The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: April 15, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I.E SOLITAfl11. fully than the pittance dealt out for so noble I>ongl ( i : -------- -
and necessary an object as the survey of our -It is well tthderstbod tbat'the'SenatoffromIllinois Interesting froW BpalnV '
* Md sfcilless as despair yon .-, : coast It is to be hoped that the appropriations is the special favorite of(he Voung 4; advices' from Madrid are'of the i3tb r Xenalpnaoneotbis4ataPar rtte a,

And know, 'Lii b1ated IIopefloata. there.*' rna&by-ihe Congress of 1852 ,will be pemocracyV.pftheSputh.whilst he of Mi- lipn of' ,- The people ot lhat'city appear, s ayaj 4 :

lAnon. more in accordance with the magnitude! cbigan has.46ecpme'the"iDbjectof'their nndisguisfed -! solntwn ; another" ferment' "relative- to. -the''tL_. :4era'

"I had a dream -* dream-bat. that ia o'er." I importance of this grtat work: aver8ipriahd; contempti And yetwe r '
Leut.J..SviftTotten; of-the army, with find upon inquiryihtojhe'opinions: of4hese' 4 h! reports 'of fartber Vsohstoflered:to -iir-v-r-lf*r*?%r, b* le*
Gep, .4'. Fairfieldjressistant, isatwork-in- two'activecbmpetitors for public tavor,:that, c ures :flag"at New 'Orleans,' excited TI the'L.ghr; of'H TeT %bleh'iV hoTtfy

Farewell to Youth'to Hope farewell: Bide; Key'La'rgoi, makiriB! a/.secondary.tri- scarcely a shadow .difierence, exists, between.them. -; o f thCre;'Farther accounts were 'to.be p laimcBtd.- atGlasgowTor. the'Pachaof!
The cherished dream of year is o'er; .. angulalion of Caws Sound, a large,,shallow Upon alUhe old partylssu'es,' Cass'ir for*but everyone seemed'unanimous wm.. rraua' l'a_ | 1le7s1c' nI4 lOttheNilcait'Lejracba1
Youth's (inking voice-Hope's funeral knell, bay ween'ih'e Key and the IndianHunting we take it for. granted that they eritertainsimilarviews' ber, feelmgtbat this state of things cannot r' wjKM' oi' fieavetl ni
Is heard, and I can hope no more. i Ground,. This partywill:finish the sea InJ respect >to; the- Wilmot to take up with. It is strange that snchite-: magnificen'Ce.itnd' she Vdestrned to.*fan*oil

son's in Apriltheiintens&beat Proviso Intervention havereacbed Madrid. No ad ovl pteaatwe boat.
early. ] the !
Compromise, &c., the
The world-the bitter selfish world insults ,
and the.trobIesrnnemnsects.forbidding their and in.. havebeen offered to-Senor Her, engines lire 1101. 3OGlorse"power'aOdofthemost'beautj1ut
exploratiobs > votes
With all its envy-malice-bate-- .Congress show plainly 'that .
May venomed shafts of sorrow burl, among the Keys in tbe hoi months. a, cpmpletec6incideuce of" bpinidh 'lipph' rvThe' | we iiave.heard of.l make and Blushr:The

And pierce the heart long doomed by-Fate. The steamer Lega're, formerly of the revenue ; every important point involved in the"'corisideration -. spirit.of ; Orden Jose, .a:ministerialjpurnatV etaies fittmgs of the interior,are gorge u&beyoi'd;
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service, has been transferred to the Coast of those subjects.' t i it may Concha has been re comparisoiW'cbhsisting papier-mache'or
Youth's fresh, bright hopes, which once were Survey, and placed under. tn command ofLieut The organs of the Young Democracy? : from Captain-Generalship; ol Ha naments and"rich brocaded wlkg, which'will
mine We not on account'of alone' *
oti'the cort
any $123'oO.-, 'The1
John, llogers U. S.'N. She arrived assign as a reason fortheir newborn hostility cejflng'orthe'eatoo&wil
To cheer, and life iU vigor give, tion ,the of the Gei'er l'iia. '
government -dividednto''a'fqhnjb
Can ne'er again life's dross refine put from ihe.North last ;monlb, and is now to Gen, Cass, that he has repudiated, : rx'6l
of loyalty .but' because'certain panels of'ricfr
the heart and live." stationed the* last Presidential ment mea' w1rftenfbavihirl; upon 'the
Or bid to hope at Key Biscayne. .Lieut. Rodger'shas since 'election, one of his bave'-hot'obtained 'centre
a large party of ,officers with him, and the cardinaldoctrines upon which he.;was werin i 'General Don' app'rob'a' the'devieVbrihe'eresehtamltle'star,
thus with me-it e'er hath been ounce Valentin'Canedo, lately encircled,*jtfc' inrt selabbrale'andrichly
i has, we, understand, .to advance' the, work, then i supported by;,the Democracy i of the -
My pleasures blossom but to die ; -as a of Madrid,is to replace hinu colored wreaths of'Kastern'flowers 'of
the world's contentious din made three separate divisions} the:steamer South. Such is the language .of,the ..Georgia 'to have : ilk.
And, mid t left Cad ir ton, the i 20th'nlt, The'bojdeTS'of. the panefc.ft.ro'10 I be"'richlr
Fate placed me but to live and sigh.. being employed 'soundiig. and other.by- Telegraph and the South-Side Democrat,' atvital General Lasnndi takes'General ornamented Rinaelesque '
drographical work outside the Keys, and, is c rat: 'This/'cardinal 'doctri e," 'the'repnidiationr !: of"a 'place in Madrid/ pottioni of the ceiling'bet Other
Ye that allured! Lieut.R's Lieut. Read -which to these ween the beams,
joyous hopes once under control. J.D., according 'high d : of the English ;correspondents in Ma- are, to ''be 'covered with 'sillof' 'a"
\e pleasures 1 once fancied mine 'whitejCropRu"
authorities General
with assistant Cass from
Midshipman Cilley, precludes': t'tL '
Guerdons which I secured I last' i ostensible reason of the and .flowers of' Vfe
( once thought ,) gwnps gold wad.
has small schooner and is .future. claim to. Southern is.the
i a making hydrographical a support, of General Concha The
To thee, Despair, now resign tion of is said,,to be panels on ibcsUes/aredf papierMnathe.
survey of the,bay of Key Biscayne. doctrine of.'the.Alabama and,Virginia platforms p strongreprejntitowhuch" he'has The ottomans'in the-, saloons :covered
Ooine, come! oh, darkness of the soul Passed Mid. Julien Myers, (of Savannah ,'that the people ;of'a: :'territory nave orary ( from Cuba ;" but'the hostiiitylsub. withclO'thof goldj formed with*'a re"warn 6f
Come, Sadness Grief! Come, Sorrow! Pain! ,) assisted ,by Mr. Davidson, U. S.. n o' right: to*legislate1! upon 'the subject :ofslavery. p States between him and'the present Atirifr. gold! andireft'of glass thread. "ThVawninebf
Ye Harpies! take your dread contiol: Navy, is stationed the Light House Now, it"so .happens, that Senator -
upon ,, (General /Armero when 'the'deck ia'to'be :
Consume the feast !-Man hopes in rain! nearer ; : ,) at i' d'tntiry'.f)
Point of Key Biscayne, and communicates Douglas occupies precisely the-.same position action ? id of the naval department'at Cuba, richly1'brocaded 'silkj the 'fringe being-'of

Oh, God! Oh, God! why were we born with the water parties. with reference this question that Gen. moves it the real cause of his fall..' gold and coding'twenty guiiieas" yard.
With mind, and eonl, and feeling heart ITo Lieut. R. has so systemized his work that, Cass does., 'lie, too, rep diat s' this cardinal h Madrid'Gazettecontains 'the trans The cost offthe silk/for/ the pet- alone

live as beings most forlorn more labor will be accomplished this season, doctrine1' Southern Democracy, and "The l of correspondence between will not be less than' $10,000.awning.'fi "
Writhing, transfixed by Sorrow's dart! should the weather permit, than has ever consequently;as as completely precluded of. our States authorities and the'Spanish .

before been performed. from receiving their support;as his Michigan whom concerning" 'pardoning'and 'THE MAOSETIC TjciEdaApH IJT/Mcfco. '
Twas wise!-God willed it!-Let it be.
Thou Mind, thy sadden'd thoughts retain: It is thought that a chart of the general rival. The following extract from a as unfit at liberty of a Spaniard named 'Lo' -A'party of'Americans' have put alms(
Thou Soul, from suffering ne'er be free: Florida Reef will be finished in three years' speech delivered 'by''Mr. 'Douglas, to the t in a fit of drunkenness bad assas- of mafnetir.tt-tftrrmnh'tmm.._up of Mei.

And thou, poor heart, endure thy pain.Tis time. To finish the inner Keys and Chan people of'Chicago! which we find in'thelast tio": a New-York!policeman. The Ga. icO tp.Naporucan, 'uiaiance fof a'bnndred and

nels, and the main Coast, will take many i issue of th* Washington Union, fully explains b ; : that her.Majesty considering fifty'lmile.yor-half down Vera-Cruz
part!-the "Dream of Life" is post! more. FLORIDA. his views on., this topic. Speaking which way :
TU gone!-that vessel on yon sea!" s eeds i proof of the desire manifested, by to it id to be extendedirhless'than
There'* rest fur thee, sod Heart, at last : of Compromise, he says : ranks of government of. the Union to three month time: The line' already,'rup'is
I come, 1 come, oh, Grave 1 to thee! KEY WEST, March 30th, 1852. .These measures are predicated pn'the v ania. bonds -friendship'Wtwee&'the doing a1 fair busTnes-s the receipts averagirijr

Tea vessels have arrived at bur port since great fundamental principle that "We and of tbe'conduct observed thirty.fivedollars and the 'expCna about
There, man can rest, released from 'ateIn t he"sailing of the Isabel for Savannah every people fifteen dollars. .
on ought to possess' the- right of forming jority of Spanish government, towards the An- TbeseTeceipts will belaiety'increasedwhei' -
tky.cweet,quiet, cool embrace the,15th instant. No: wrecks have been reported ; having been 'the-line :
and their internal appre to
1C or fev'rifh hopes, nor,mortal hate, regulating pw'fl concerns g '
'v nor have any vessels 'arrived in distress by the'fierisjble'.part'of Jhe population Vera Cruz.. Another line is in
Disturb him in hi resting place! and domestic institutions in their own way. election ; ,.contempla-
JocktonriUr, 4prtl,.1S2. notwithstanding this month has:been It I was supposed that'those, of our fellow- terly United States,"has ordered the corres- tion'from'the City'of JVIexico :to' Acapulco,

the stormiest known ..upon the coast for citizens who emigrated to the shores of.the d one." to.be'published. on the'pacificthree'bnnrj 'miI 'urthr, a'
OUR CCUSTRY. years. A wrecking sloop was struck by Pacific, and topur other Territories, were as Madrid Epoca mentions the rumor of which'will connect the Atlantic with the Pacific .
lightning l last week at Tortngas' and her capable of self-goverhment'as'Hheir sneigh- said;,to. be ready for publication, ; This will be a highly 'important connection '

BY J. PEABODT. mast shivered from track' to Kelson. The bore and kindred' whom'they left''behind ing"the conversion of debt ,due by considering-'our California'pos Jessions -
bolt passed quite through The bottom of the the United States.- on the Pacific.. '
Onr country-'tis a glorious! bind! them ; and there.was bo. reason for believi '
With vessel her 'to Jeak This i ing, Gazette contains the of ::_:___ r%* '
broad arms stretched from shore to causing badly. i ing that they have lost 'of their .intelligence appointment
shore t is very unusual ; in almost'all'casesthe effect any steamer, Norzagarajr to'the'Cap-* The Jamaica Legislative .AsseraMjr'oas'
the while
The proud Pacific chafes her strand, patrioUsmi by wayside, S t. L been occupied with, .
of the lightning being lost'on reaching of,Puerto Ricp- a ipropbsitioii to 'sertd
. She bears the dark Atlantic roar crossing the Isthmus' or the Plains. U was '
And nurtured on her ample breast,; the deck Happily, in this deviation'from'established also believed that after their arrival in 'the by several ,Battle Field'of Hew Orleans., delegates and needs to London lo repreaentThldistree..
How many a goodly prospect lies, rules, no"lives were lost. The when bad become familiar es Jamaica to lbs British government :
country, they ,
In Natnrc'* wildest grandeur drest- light on Cape Florida was blown put by the with climate; .. that the scene of i Jackson's victory Four gentlemen,'membeii'?ofrthe
Euamell'd with her loveliest dyes. its,,topography, productions) fayette. Orleans has undergone fewer Assembly, were
changes appointed on'the
violence of the wind, and the keeper of the and resources"dnd had connected'their' destiny ; mission
open ar: of battle field in the United It[ was then proposed to add Mr.
any MeViekan
iron Reef '
I'ich prairies,deck'd with flowers of gold, new lighthouse upon Carysfort, 'with it, they were fully "as competent ,
True'. The Delta thus describes'Tts t a black man, also'a member of
s the
describes the vibrations during (Assem
of the
Like snnlit roll afar structure
oceans, to judge for themselves! what kind> of laws "
Broad lakes her azure hearens behold, I the' height of the gale to have'been very a : bly to'the defegation.-, The' other'delegates
and institutions best to their
.Reflecting clear each trembling star; perceptible. One of his 'boats'was'washed were to bear. ; true''there is a great monotony in the thereupon arose severally in their seats and
And mighty river, mountain-born, and the launch A condition and interests as we.were, who never r : ofthe whole narrow, strip of land declined to'serve. If any delegation is now

Through Go sweeping forests'where onward,the dark bounding and deep fawn, away l large bark was 'seen' near narrowly Torfugas escaped.during raw the country; and ,kne\v yery little of ; ; left bank ,of:tbe Mississippi, below 'sent, it will be by private subscription; '.*
about itl: "To'questidn'their'competency to '
with the : The fields all laid off in the
Beneath their sheltering branches leap. the same gale, with both/masts! gone, and do this was to deny'tber! capacity for self are A LETTER MricHtR.
otherwise She ; terial -the ditches run the same FROM -A gentleman'
And,cradled raid her clustering hills, Havana. crippled. was heading for government.' If'they have the requisite intelligence he the lands are cultivated to the ,same in Nevr.York has received a letter front Mr.

Sweet vales ia dream-like beauty bide, and honesty be entrusted,; with his [ towards, the"swamp-the houses Meagher, dated Hobart Town,August 28f
Where lore the air with muric fill, We have not bad :so boisterous weather, the enactment of. laws .for the government bonds'' ; and the gardens ornamented in 'the 1851 Mrs: Mitchell and:,her children bad T
And calm content nor so constant and violent winds since the '
and abide '
For Plenty here her fullness peace ; hurricane of. of .white'men, I ,know 'of no reason wby tcr aid tyle. .B little! ;change 'has passed arrived there excellent beaJtb MiMiteh.
pours great 1846 We fear shall
: we
In rich profusion o'er the kind, hear of they should. not -be deemed competent, to : -'The' coantrysince.,1815.; It produced ell had taken afannnpon; .'the>proceeds X
disaster the in
And, sent to seize her generous store, Gulf. great to shipping the l legislate for'the 'negroJ If.they"are suffi- has i then as doesnow, ;,sugar was the which be In tends to support himself ind fam
Th re prowl* no'tyrant's hireling band. ciently'enligbtened to .make' !a'sfor the ily. O'Brien and bis
'A'new: line of tea iers' have commenced : p erate then as it is"nbvvl The .bul- ; companions are, 'well,
Great God we thank thee for this home- running. ,between New Oileans and this city, protection of' ,life, liberty, and.property .of b, i is visit wn tip by the'Britfsb/'onf'the''28th but feel intenselythe; ; deah-like.existence
This bounteous birthland of the free- morals and -to'determine the relations'of i. : : 181'4, was"'made 'chiefly with which they are doomed drag oat-, iriihatreceptacleof
Where wanderers from afar touching at.TampaSt. Marks, ApalachicolaV husband and' wife-"of parent and The dregs .
may come, ,full of'sugar,' .which w.ereta- and.outcastsofEngliah.vil1ainy
And breathe the air of and.Pensacola.. ./'They have contracted child I that it d .'
liberty am not aware requires'rany e ; sugar-house..ofMr.. Chalmette .. ",'i
Still her flowers nntrampl'ed to carry the U. S.'mails.Tbe'company'p'vn! '( .
may spring higher degree .civilization to regulate the d ilement : -
The the
Her harvests wave-her cities rife two fine of place'where :
; bcatsi great speed andstrength. affairs of master and servant These things m : A ,sensible sboei ofan
And till Time fought can be designated very ,
yet shall fold his wing, The first of the boats the James i'i .easily-
company's all'confided" the'Constitution each earthquake felt
to' !
Remain earth's loveliest paradise are by t y [ cbateauin'yhich Jackson ,had 'bis was at.GreenwoodjL.)
A. Pitfield arrived 'on the
L.'DayCapt.O. State to decide for itself-and k'novv of: on. the 12th nIt ,Qn the
np remains. ,The ditch, a paltry : foUowihg.day,
24th and welcomed the sa [
; warmly as pioneer -
> reason why the.'same principle should'notbe any'jgood jumper"could 'leap cracks, large enough to admit a.maw's fingers
the Savannah Newt. of the line. It is intended ;
Correspondence of to make two '
extended to the Territories.;.My votes and f ered I ," be i clearly traced The were; observable,in the ground. ,
trips per mpnthi'and.'to; connect at this'citywith acts bave been..in, accordance with he L
Surrey of the Florid*:Coast and Key. the Isabel' from S vannab. A schedule views in all cases, except)'the'' thesea n dt Packenharo is a tree, can under,be .pointed.which" LOLA MOJITJES,"the'Countess of LandsfeWt,, '
KEY WEST, March 29, 1852: of her arrival and departure bait not'been which''I-voted I youriBstruclIohs. s." : ry, one ; L ha breathed.his j last, whose fruit-' is; pfrming .attb ,BowarjTbeatr .ia
Three separate parties'of Engineers have agreed upon, but we presume she'will leave -lelebrity been red Boston, to jery:crowj} ixbpu5es'n.TJie.ti-*
been sent out this; season to make a sarvej KeyWest on'tthY 25th andilthbf; ; 'each I t "Th"stwiJfbe. seen" tkat r the ''South- ylih'his i oId'Creole"superstigod.bas.'5There 'lob"; thVgnarled old I dies did not attend nyc9nitepbkeuun'-! ; '
are L
of the Reef between Cape Florida and Ca-- month.' The passage from this city to Tampa ern'pempcracy'are'determined tp adopt SenatoFDougTaS The in the.centre of.the field,still scar. bers at,her,first appearanee, bat '
rvsfort Light Ship. The first party, under will be $8, id St.''Marks SlSi''Apalachicbla ; as Iheirfa'vonittheymust invent will I I.I : marked with tbepnints of the.can-) to.have, won oppa.theni.by.b.er.pprtment corre t.4eand'they1are'now -
$16, rencoiasodu;! >NeVif Orleans I other' thaa.the one Already > : ,-
the command of let Lieutenant James Tot- some pretext New i I and shells. And there too, in tbe crpwdngto';
ten, U. S. A., arrived from-Washington early "$25. "f. alleged for discarding ThCtruCexplanationof.their larade;; : find "an old I witness her .performances.-,VJJecentlji .ihe
you may. many
in December, and mmediately'proc ede L ( :The LightShip/'Fjprida.".stalionedpppn hosthtyto' Cans, ta'nd :ie who"can amuse by the' hour, visited 8eYerat,1h niq.scbools1intbat'city.acompanied
tp the Reef in the schooner Petrel, with Phi' Carysfort Reefthe'Jp st 23 years being ho I tbeirT&'fo'D ugIs' s to be"IouOd, ;tarn r ra reminiscences of-the battle and at j ; by/,some of. ..theschoolrmasters
longer*wanUdasbef' place, 1s'ubetter' afterllin th'e isnite'propeisit ofhu man and others..
lip Sawyer as pilot. Before beginning'the ; supplied ) ? of his drive trade SbefiratyisteJ
by the iron elfucture erect 4foui nature turn Us worship'from!the : ; story. a profitable
triangulation work, Lieut., Totten was or r to setting and oneof .the schools for.ginls, andthen.pro-]
dered to put down a series of screw' piles: miles to'the seaward.'and upon'the extreme: t ,tbenisingun, and they would do well tp all in' ; sundry"in .rustymusket Lafitte's alias.balls Domi-- ceeded to the nglisQHig&.Schppi; jn 'JBed-

upon several' dangerous points on' the Keel r vergepf' Gulf--has been brought into the emulate the candor of their national organ,' chain someipf shotywbich''rained' such- fordstreetiHere she .was honored With/an

most in the track of vessels. Each pile has harbor. :She.will be'rigped'as a foreandaftscb'ppner the DemocraticrReview7by"confessing the counts' ] into the'British ranks; i. elocutionary olio pn Uw part .of ibe, boys,

been embedded four feet in the Loon rock ?and.taen to NVwport: 1-'whjere: truth at'onceiv'5Tbetunpa'rdp'&able! sin commjtted 'He | 1 l j -.fl, T- <--". and tjie exercises,were conducted in-F/each.!
aid sand!,.and projects as many more above she syill be anchored.for the future' over Bren- by Cass consists not in.the repudia-,' Ttnio ';trIdW1Precedent: '.\ She expressed.herself, greayplcdani1:

the water. They are cylindrical, and within ton's Ree'f.'j! .CaptjGay.; MOor vith'Lieiit. tioo:of:a cardinal doctrioe of the Southern' and to :; ; many personal rencontres which have addressed the .scholars! ,,iqaibriefAmanner,

the upper cavity are placed mangrovepoles Camillus'Saunders/has been directed by,the, Democracy,''butt in his baling,beenceful'lybeaten"in -. not been ; : taken,place in.our congressional I in the .French langoagei r She then,'rntered

forty feet )hig-h. 'Upon tle top "is i I SecretarVof Treasury to lake her North the last nvas'iherebythCpernocWetbaUlke&hiflk diality ( ; ,,balls:have. beejiseverely; ,-com- the, Latin ;School, jw.jAej.'same bjiilduig,
placed a barrel; the whole is painted black They will have her ready for sea by the'lOth I their anticitiatio'nsbf erect on.by some ofthe leading journals. where also! there was aoeshibitioo; n Reclamation -

These signals were erected for scientific; of'April.' .- ." '0*.' ) .* .r 1-.A;',T clutching'lhe?spbils. '1 Hinc' illaeXh it is his : ;' '. nit the'fbllpwing* extract, in honor ;-oLher(presence.' ;Her

.purposes connected with the .survey; but .1 >.,i.... i :i MI', : n > 1arymas. -s'L.-udfn3 os ,s "1! ple. ; I W'are led 16 conclusion1 that, stay at this school; was rooreprptractedtban! ;

nerve as distinct and accurate; guides for .' ;,_ _: ) ( -disrepntablertbey are not peculiar at the others awl her satisfaction at the) fadvanced -

ve.cies! sailjng along the Reef/md can be: Ia the Senate,on b29tbltMrjWaIk; ; ..; : .. essence I timesorourown country : ; and enlightened conditionpf'.the pupils ,
.used' as' irnch with perfect safety.. They. er,"of f Wisconsin; presented .sjItit.on4frPu; I nO: "of one of pur fdaily-pav she.,expressed in a'Latinipee<;b..7ifThescbpl4ra
have been erected.upon the following* well- sof.li ,' (* L4TheUnlo*"ConentIon. r ncii A *A :ei &'eeveral-instances'of'parliament were.captivated,with tbemaniifr

known R efi,'and uponthe, outermost points, Fugitive, Ifive Law' ; lr,:Seward also,pie' ; ;>The Card ofitbe Central Committee given, :i ancient'tinies' :: anad'one Jor, andlewniog which >be Coareteas,'displayed.

or elbows' .One of mOre'afealways }n sight tfr sente4 fpuj j etuipns'of,* similar character, by us wek lljng p a Union.CpriyenfiontsMi .. mp.re modern.:dale,.a ,,ex* It f' '
a'ship's deck, arid'no dan'gei need'be, from citizens 'of NewYorkaan; I geville; uhe, 22d 'ApnU ,.of, the late,.pillujp matihe's n Con, MouszCoz.oazv.-Dry .good stores

apprehended in sailing from'on to another: other, from citizens of the ftanie State,,goiia'stepi bas attracted gerieraTattKntida.' Wbile some 'It b' V. 1r ."ti'neIafin" is gTvenJof"Cj-. oi ladicrpua ,ewiyjer.Siiv -
eatioi: .:
The'America.n Shoal),off Saddle Hills', and i: further/a'nd pfayiri .the'adoption o:f. fewSrbndemnf fcthersWpf rove' the toiivlmeiitveral' : : r : a''welt Tbeoteaypunfa4Liter'Pd
ll.'miles! ; East of Key West, : the.Washerwoman certam'trieastfres idrtiizextmciionof tlavery r, counties ihavingUJready.i selected I fo'6r ,: ISd ofP1utych'adeacniio I ttO ; ori"estabIisbrneutntoTvii

: off'Key Vaccas; Aligatbr-i'Reef, Irl'Sewafd desired "tbes petitions: ,W"be're L s t-4p between hIeaai1&PemQ 1 "" ,jiil nquJreda .a aadsomeclerk{ ,

.hear' Indiin' Key'J' Mthis"1eerConct 1' ferred'; td* the* Committee'oi' ;tbe'Judiciary* reaspn; cii&Lnot atc( rib ; the bate w 4 '--yon*- ;nymousolO7J1Llads'glOVeat" -. <.: *,.
: Reef, nearly abreast of!Key !'avanierP '-, Mr.eM sl Ufa-IieWttUlD iuk >'bljeetion -: 'take the .feWFlaVaiTlhemseles0o nc'ONlu I report of a roogh-and-tumbre' I. ?'::' J5SQ! itfftr srf -.wwirarf.;

"kle'* Reef, and French Reef,'RodWguez.; 'loc the,Seqat'j' + fere'nc i! iTbeiybte t : a < tbEiiih'b dfcon .
Key, the anchorage qfthe'wrecking"vesseI being taken oh'the proposition to lay on tb a peopJ* durihgithe? sittingJnf Jthe Conrts in I. t Pa t ; oItle

Grecian Reef and Turtle Reefthe Cary fable the petitiohs relating"*?'ttflrVogidr e %oget I Isie ; x, werjhe. oqatants! i *MV,,>* B> !
'/orti light House of ifo elands"between Slate''T4wtobd'tfiii&: .' ttheir .deleaes ::1 t .theb lqw yeib show. that,'Iuianjiatur"is. mud I. drawers vcfw r ,
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tp these two signals ) PaifieRetf; Ajar Reef;; .- : a In mibd that'the'causeithat',di1gih4i t tI ;. no'wras 4'k fwas.350'i.y.-.uIIel- '; t": ',. ; .'%ty 4w rs,miss"ejaqnlat4 the.yn .
Long Reef ;nrcEtIiat'sKey; ; l Bayard, Borland,' Bradbury Brpo vBrod- cbristitntfonal'Union p"ama'ch'fo'rce''nowasiia rt1 kTst'wit& ) tbeTday4 pPJttlinsCzsar man, glancing aowpwards ath d t8 toee

Reen.the Fon-ay Rockv near 'T.ilUmp'r", bea&' lemen C s'ClaFk Co pCDaws ,' (December-vJ85t-4 in eighteen hundred years4atereti1tii) 'iL.'everhing dws'snisa!

Cape Florid a, I' + K ; nThdge of IdiolsTh'ns FeJ4 I that tberefpre we needinfour ..deliberationsraeiu.oL :: ithat rpeiloolfcGeorge.; III. h

Lieut,Totten: ,!and: his able assistant E: G veiLGwiO, Tu erones"oflda1one! matured ..minds- ahdtncbnsmativeprihciples tweeri", 1 pr.ob.leni. If- y uoady was

F.' Masony! 8.; are at present engaged in; fnfe .ee n Matlbry7K.. L'. -men :wh ose'< atriotlimi>i id6mu wB \ lapse 'of'ropre than two thouaanr I .- !"" '

, triangulatloa connecting the: cuter i Keys euii, *,. ,, > w./is, lrf8k Sebasttafi, SpruahceUnderwood i- and*gipbdludgnreni| the1 p'eople'tway hj1ithm4'-o1 Aiocat r 'AvtiimW 'a ra
' wkB the -geaeral Florida Reef, having'commenced I. Walker-E.33.w ''*; 3;; I place 'the tTjabst impUcitlconfic l 'himself, ;i : t atilllii3 'nnere'an4-decency. dreamed until'recently of the existence dam
at the Foway Rocks'workihg their NivMes rs. Cbase;=TDa'v.is-Joagefdf; f: ofJ legate i; eJyJvito ; BaviB it1aktjltO reachjha,t arisfiocracy f rapMtitepiAVe oftsbeaei'1A

'::*** towards the Southwest *Tbe distance isc9psi61Fiab; P 6feflaje1hmlin1S ; thenterests o the: ,.wnSta; j I. :** ? './ramepf Aun-4- iBecessary,toinsure.} the market''the (oifowin brief ifoltweetf'Woldf -.

alreia/; gone'overtieed. forty'.mUesyand/ iTd. ; 3. LIq parmprly' iiiFooTierite pnalanstenesl. lady *ndi3rttl| 'wh'o
Si !A ii.ii"tii;!;!' Portion of the Reef found mostia&M Iay ,theiilt: iC JAt'VU W M* l JWWB ***! "' cbrfulljs ivmitGeotgia'd Aii ; ( isqtjickl'at ere"'standing Irt'ftoarirfBtandi&
in dhe iPresdenJia.1 enough"too'worfe'Uie prob/- rs"iw tegg'' vrfaff
F !, meEnglie b was'neit taken andagreed !tcr position : thi '
: Thur'dirY'i .: 36toO '. *'*- -- ?fe ; cmign; lJ ll tCiH : ; .f or aistt U&'ItbtJ1r! fesutj.ftuLa) jf r**

and hale apartia* utvey )} pei aS $ i orALos1: WogKoFa1izLi1 sone: ;
'th '1i 4i'JIte' 'bVt tieir retonnolsaiu & t6r 4tCc1i'* be7On biheaiittharged 5;' m fa itbicaiing'o t'in'ther: 'thont tnrougn :bjfSa atatenent published a

tbaii CaJY1O rt : : &tlefudrges tvitb bengeda & of already 14 d the L; periodicalcalledthe, No s andQue-!l .lIwby tcais '; -I'
extended i hi 8b lio"jarwer ehetj1 -r Totten 7 and pan t- lab convictions by the Act-"bnbedithewoiiLueedr Is dawn by ,Unionpartrb r& It i acopy of the i rst.*:- book.|*wrtteif* ** i uI& battbe'de- -r zrry.

ngnn xp esse&l tl'' *- fng toera hortev wbe% everybody.: knovn'ajyLajitnL
Itmng'tenn4 at sub ast oI 1- beteroeen Qn masses of.either the old Wpig! t
; / WundiguaMomationtHe / tIIIO4$ n Ji exploration'01 tbfc"Grfcit': Ca ywoi*. ?; r L '' f*"aii theyare ;
considered it a foul calumny to
his been und4LLtteatplG,4n ,
fi part trf the hich.bptbbly'e1)
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ye thatji4ges : iyjt45OfirJ" 'bertp/aJ jt.waa sQiK
bel4lat saa
: be cause of the destruction off mpre'jproper- ;
T' 'ty than: any1ikseztiDt; of *h'in' thefrorldr )n _' t -' hd all beeuJestro5eaVJIn Dts n4tWOfld1 -'
$ ;'' Cntfon Charleston Courier ot Saturday, vas iabdheasioiPatlyIlteObv.oa
Tne1 attention olcihe: oa>m W. z :e liiia :
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I, t WolJiUtoa's Beligiod ednesday lat, aot biougfctVilB| tfcirt aityjf
Jntereit'toward* tbir iranreyj and U cpee4y to IbEUO'M' en eiisiemit'of a"persbn'-named: tWciddrseeni1

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I' fir the following letter from Mr. CABEIX. \ : fq \ 8PPpr ,
.p }: f' : 1ra .JlaEw.Dear.8 n', ;,Tbe Tn iats.Wfc* from Mr. Cabell'dated. at late as the
Ir.1l the Representative in Congress from Florida. ; .. 1 otbe'.State save nsy1iamuTjr tU : General.'B? Hopkins we're RIcz Esq wfioSe' !4th P1I'.th enclosing tbe report of the Committee 18th-

jto'lJ Ii was addressed to tb'e editor of the Register April .15,"1852/ ly the'News, amazingly.:, In the'!atter State, ly captured by General 5th'ult. in this town wbileron! %vlsit here Conference upon,the Bounty Land Bifj(of

:; 1 and pu1)llsfted"w'ith the. consent',ofxx however, the 'majority in the'Convention. brought this place yesterdayr-the for the' benefit which! ;he, hoped to derive the assurance that the report would be adopt,
-Mr."CI'nu.; '. ,i' "I thr' .' having come with-themefor; tbejpurposeofplacing.jhem I & *' ;*.** *ct ed both As the'.
:rt 1O C.f "'Co. ,unceremoniously' 'crowdeil .Ubwtf th"C ss Ifm! ourrnIlif'angen3al climate,:.- by Report bad bee* L
t 1tn Ar HinrESE: Mwch 20, 18521 : : in the c.u.sto.dyof jsome, of Jhe adopted and the bPtpa8sPd'time,before
t B.U.TI1OU. April 7 6 IV3L :tninorlty, 't.nd' expressed preference for Mn-Rice was one of the most active andntelligent
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I' Mir UE'R'lIi: I have read 'with interest LATER : authorities here. I regret, however; to say I the receiptbt: Mr.? .CabeH's letter, his; aiwr.ances .
FROM EUROPE. merchants of Boston and
in the our neighbor's "finality"candidate,, ,Mr.. are made doubly sure 'We
the "The
ILl1ic:1t'headed. Presidency, *
r. that they woul (T nol'"b'e'rreceived' either>by the most upright*honorable, kind and true note his
didtnVtfietaVor'tb Bachanan. as letter at this late day only i
State Reisterofthe; 13th, which you care at as grea tr'joss to.lal.idtclares
ARAL OF TiE: AFRICA* ; the military or ,.n'\.otborrneija.i.1', fi aH.Tntends men that.ever lived, as we happen to know. that the called mid '
sfend me., evei.to.,see,tn e great merifof that ilrnthiay Mr Rice brother-in-law Foote troops serticrbyGar
VMywr was to Judge ,
ofth'e .T BrItish : 10 take them bacic tO Palatka,and Moeeler entitfed toJVarranU '
*>$hfTe tno doubt ol.tbe.correctness asli .tesmb1pAfrsaruat (1 opinion expressed ithtrtice1! that the NewYork from Liverpool, which ac
( Jen'peri' rMrB : years Burlington.-! :
r; course of the onti.FilmoreVs of New o the 27tii nltl, -phe baabroughtbGp : ,. from ;fthe'.Goveroo respecting future qnaintance'of Mr.Rice\ in Burlington was The law makes land warrants assigna '
and other4 Northern" State Is' caW fHE' b dcmind- for Cotton-In 'Speaking'agam) fGen._ :Cass, reminds i us :
York; n\-" disposal t thetmi : not large; but of:'no,man,,wherever he was ble, and authorizes 'their location on ani/
lated to disintegrate the National Whig party. the LiVetpooVmarket, ,fcftertfi',departure of the that our. :neighbor does n'tfi :'as:yet, ,favor( wounded known, could it be said with more unaffected lands,subject !O'entry. ,It makes 'a jost re.
The measures and policy of Mr FUlmore's tialiic, sl slackened, and the sates of the week tom- us with response ,to our '-respectful:in- Hopkins' :P. itb( irutb,: .; maneration,Registers and 'Receivers and

: Administration, 'unconnected;with questions pried only rr,OCJJ bales,of trhioh speculators took I quirywhetherhafter his past opinion i ofCas squaw in_the 'care of :a family,l ,here,'of, the None knew him but. to'lore him, : extends tbe provisions' of tbe former law, -
. .relating,directly or indirectly to the subject three thousand highest, respectability .the ladies of .which ; as embrace others tie
: 8 11hoUu.nd.&I1d exporters s. him; forced 'out :Non named him bat to .!! many amour them
tof slavery have received unqualified declined one-sixteenth.of Sflt-YOUldsuppOt ; if' charity State iroops called into service
: Pair 10a.1.iUubaa" s are proverbial for their humanity and by Governor
c with 'Air. Rice
: .*pprov1of the entire Vyhig.;I party of the as a candidate by the Democratic j.party) br.acpintarici commenced MoseleY.-TallahaAtt
nominal ah :; &nlfntlr
; the lover at jth
penny; grades were eighth; ; and who are" eminently':qualified tb!be with'ibe somewhat famous Railroad list..
: country, and,his' ..Administration l has, comttandedjbe ,The market' ,We, should like'ta' know.. We think it ; -
i;. (. ,; respect and. admiration of the to a.fartbhig'decline. c108ed"errfd.U. :' ,would be hard ,to ,decide [ stow'upoi.,;,the, patient! .:those delicate')i cares moot controveny'iri .Boston, between tbe/Ver- [From,the:Saraannh, Republican of Friday W.1
as iupon'Bsihe'uJ1Port' Central
Yet and the Rutland Railroads in '
' of the Democratic, party. : ich ,
peat mass and sympathies gentle woman ::only '
4k '
i:-, j lit is said lhat, if a candidate: ,for .the. .Pes.ldl'ftcl. .- In Breadstuff-better feeling 'prerafledi-btif Western; : of General Scott by.SouthernWhigs. knows how to :bestow. In-: the bands1,of 1845): 'With: no'preferences, in respect'to Meeting. of the-.Union Party
",'' he ,'onlll10P! the vote of/the, .State there tfas no chsngtlrrtKe-quotWlots.; .-*' ; routes but with a warm regard for Burling- At a meeting of_the Cbhstitutional Unldrf
while Canal, Philadelphia BaltfiitoreFfonr were'at these kind-hearted ladies. sufferer-will ton"as holding! those to be
-of. hew, York by.a large .majority : was personally : the
We allhded'tb'' Gen'C jlat-fpoledness c ,at Exchange last
.Any other Whig could easily carry the State.This 19s..6dd.' "Wheatwas at fr'mn'Ss; 9d. to 6s. Corn receive every possible comfort and aitePt 11., .attached, MRice, became an early!, of party tbe.Hon. John W. night.on motion
had declined White' : and:Yellow on the Territorial question, on a recent occasion ze.loui able and friend Anderson Dr. R. D'
beingwortVSft unwavering
and"a -
y : : is an extraordinary declaration, She is improving, and is in a fair way.to/re Arnold was called to the Chair, and P. \V,
; startling; fact if..\Ie. Whenever Mr FillS 233.% Another Circular says ''th'at'Flour1' in the Senate. 'ItJ's'tbustoucl1ed upon ( latter project, And we have no' hesitation Alexander,''Esq:,appointed Secretary
of New and Wheat 2d: to 3d.: of.'the cover. i in saying (ami1,we are"sure those:who i
{more has been before the people had declined one shilling by -tbe' Washington ccorresyondent: are The Chair
having explained the of
] York he has proved at least as strong as his Rosin had ad'r&Dced-eomm commanding 3s: Charleston Mercury r'V Some-'f 'pel'oni have; wUha; motive. best'qpaiified to' judge -xvill agree with us) tbe meeting, Mr. R. M. Goodwin'move object
p :. own party, and the only' ground of objec- 3d. to 3i 8d. Consols closed at from 9Sj to 93|. .'best known.t! '! themselves eDdeav red,tp that to his almost faultless :Judgment, tbe that a Committee of seven ,
,.., :'lion i to him, and cause of unpopularity: } nowisi ENQL ND.-In the House of Commons, Mr. In the'Senate, on Friday, Mr. Cass made create impression- that these.' Indians great influence which 'bis'most< estimable select delegates to tbe Constitutional fI.e appointed Union to

. L that be did not violate one of the articles Hume's motion for the extension of the suffrage. another explanation as to the real mean'u.gof were-taken within tbeir'own boundaries- character'exerted, his cheerful and hopeful Convention, to-assemble in Milledgeville
In the creed of the mass of, the the Nicholson letter, as apropos to a recent counsel, and bis indomitable confidence and on
:ri viffailhz has been defeated by a large majority.The tbe 22d inst., The motion carried
letter from'Jefferson Davis. This time, while tbe'-'reTe's8 is ,an established fact, was and
of lIe 'to VETO couragewas very greatly owing the
Whis New York. refused __. success
I :. Appropriation bills had .been freely,voted tbe Cbairproceeded to tbe !
nets of Congress which observant men of for by the opposition.Sir. explicitly, declares,'that the trte'interpretation even in- .the minds" ,.of those. who are. whispering of that greatenterprise. Excepting Judge gentlemen that Committee appoint:', R. M.following'Good"win
all sections admit essential to the preservation of that ,most Janus-like.productionwas Foljett' (and be\we 'doubt.n would !
were ,the contrary opinion. ,Let,,anyone deny J. De, La Motta, ,A. N.Miller. R. A-
of the of the to a the Northern one, and that the Southern the exception,)to no man IITlng-are'the'Rut-
country tifry't AdilrcM.We .
I F enntinuance of peare rood feeling between the \ wing of .his supporters'were substantially place a map of Florida before him-and follow land and Bnrlington Railroad and those who Allen Carithers., J.F.:Tucker,'J.G.Custard and John

' 1 different sections of the Union, and even to have'on hand ,a number of copies in humbugged in the interpretation.which they General Hopkins1 route as; far as Lake long labored for its success,'sV much indebted The Committee after consultation.

,t I '. the existence of the Government anJ which pamphlet form of the Address delivered by placed upon it, and which he took care not Kissimmee,'thence eastward toward the head as to Nathan Rice-tbe-earnest ge"ntler the fallowing, gentlemen as appointed
contradict. This tacit of the delegates:
were passed pursuant to the requirements Mr. Levy before Temperance Society to approval waters oi the St.:John's, near which point considerate.lbnt: firm/ inflexible and intelligent John WI AnderSon.R; R. Cnyler! John E.
correction of those settles the
interpretations Nathan In
' of the Constitution of the United States, the made and be will find that the midst of controversy Ward, F. S. Bartow; G. 'W ,
of its Micanopy, with an Appendix which has long.mooted question as to whom that let capture was sometimes and acrimonious' WyJly, and
and to into effect one express angry we .
carry Thomas E. The
FI provisions. Disguise it as you may.the ..eny been added since the appearance' the Address ter was intended to cheat. No body here- these Indians were far outside of their boundary learned to love and respect Nathan Rice IJoyd confirmed.report of tbe Committee

II4 real causes of hostility to Mr. Fillmore in the Republican. These copies are after these can reiterated be deluded and agaiu in this way, after line., Gen. Hopkins has simply' obeyedthe Now- that be- has gone to' Tbe delegate was unanimously, on motion were authorized

with his own party, are, that he did not veto for circulation thrice-expressed com orders he has received and if an unlucky That undiscovered .
intended general and theycan mentaries of Mr. Cass himself. This shows ) country from whose.bourne to fill any vacancy which may occur in consequence -
14 the Compromise bills, and that he removed) Indian in the darkness of No traveller returns," of, the inability of those
who informed. in be obtained upon application at this how due North Mr. Cass is heading at this was injured ff- > appointed
office he
a Irom men was I
r Ca8e8 unwilling to execute the office. particular time.' night, when these orders were being executed no difference of opinion or judgment 'can to-attend. 4

A 1 laws some of the were land. Now, sir, if ,the sectional These developements make the opinions it was a 'misfortune which no ,one i iI believe prevent any from.man.who knew him, we firmly Oo'motion adjourned.of Captain Tackcrr the meeting
conceding eminent
Mr. Cttbtll' Letter. *
animosities; ; of your people to the south editors' in the',South, who are going witha I could avert, under the circumstances. Gen. i tbe qualities we have ascribed (-him. R. D.. ARNOLD, Chairman.P. .

r'4. ,Are sD such be that down an able by, northern honest patriotic menmerely man We copy a letter, from the pen of Mr. rush into The 'Democratic conglomeration, Hopkins has acted with that promptitude In common with many, very,many,,others W. ALEXANDER, Ssec'y.

4 ItI: Because put fie has discharged plain' constitutional Cabell addressed to one of the proprietorsof all-important as to men-particularly when which deserves,the commendation (certainty with blood whom he was"connected by no lies of California \VbIg .n* ftemoertffte. .-

;h. l Wide: duties there can be no longer. the Albany Register which has been call they like consistency in Whigs. not the censure bf even political opponents) life-domestic, we mourn his social loss.and In every business-we relationof .en_tlOhft..

: : any sympathy of feeling, or co-operation South oi ed forth by an article in that paper, to whichwe of bis fellow-citizens at, large. His well- look upon him as A MODEL MAN. Requiescat We- learn tbaf the Whig'State' Convention -
. l action, between the parties North will be referred week before last, expressing Florida Interest. Claims., known humanity and kindness 'of heat. in pace tFrom of California, to nominate delegates to
and for this and not we, respon- -
$ sible. yon strong preferences for Mr. Fillmore for the We observed, in ,an obscure portion (if which were. fully evinced .in the ample. and the National Convention,met,at Sacramento

.4 A few Southern Whig politicians,lookin Presidency, and giving reasons, in answerto there is such a thing in, the usually lucid unceasing manner in which be provided for [ the New-York-Herald, 2.linst.} of city February.OB the 19th The and delegatas adjourned Win on.the Frank 21st

: on'y.to expediency or availability themselves, or it from maybe the Courier if Enquirer, why the chances j columns of our respected cotemporary) of the comfort his prisoners even malice itself The two Demoeratl out In favor General or Ca Committee.. Stewart, of El Dorado- sse O?Good win,

f' to benefit to accrue to of Mr. F's success in New-York are" fully I the Tallahassee Sentinel, a week or two cannot deny. It is a difficult thing to .. of Yuba; J.* H. ,Clav'Mndd,. of San Fran-
election of other Whig, are willing
j $, the to sacrifice Mr,some Fillmore for a candidate who equal to those of Mr. Webster. Mr. Ca since, an extracted paragraph, without credit please every b dy If a man is entrusted Last evening held two very important meet cisco; and.Richard ..Heth,of San Joaqnin.
ings were Tammany Hall of the Old
t I can get'more abolition votes and enough to bell, in his unqualified preference for Mr. I stating that the Supreme Court bad decided with the discharge of a duty, and he accomplishes Men's and Young Men's General,Democratic The lieved'delegates, uncommitted uninstructed;as to the,and Presidential it is be-

I. 4. etect him.-But if the Whig Convention Fillmore, has but embodied the sentimentof I aversely to its jurisdiction of the Flo- nothing, he ridiculed.. If be does Committees. In; both, Lewis Cass was endorsed candidate,' ,.- .

listen to the fatal' suggestions of these to maintain gentlemen nine-tenths of the Southern Whigs; and, rida Interest question, and that Committee of promptly what is required'and, in doing so, as the Democratic candidate for President The following resolution*;in* support of
it will be utterly impossible -
IA a Whig party in the Southern States. should nomination of the Whig party be I Congress had tak n charge of the subjectandwould unavoidably departs in the !least (r m.be the desperate of the 'efforts'of United States the ovgr notwithstanding men, and tbe Compromise wen*un imou8J"adopttd ;

.iO. -The best men of our party.and the people tendered to the present distinguished- incumbent report against the claims;, and,.also letter of his instructions, he.is blamed and the Houston men, and the, friends'..of'so"ine Resolved: That: the series of measures

't; generally, would and should indignantly repudiate of the Presidency election will test that the payment of both principal. and inte- often 'denounc d. The General only acted other candidates. passed during tbe last Congress,and knownas

';:it' : siderations.a nomination There will made not from be found such con-men the verityof Mr. Cabell's belief'that, in the resf of these claims waS improperly. based I ..with his characteristic energy; and the ben" At the Old Men's Committee- ; Augustus adjustment the Compromise of conflicting measures sectional, constitute interestsand an

. :'.4 1 of respectability to risk their reputation on South, thousands Democrats utd reward upon ,the treaty of '1819. We think this eJ resulting from his late expedit on' will Joseph Scbell presided Hilton,,acted and Jonas as Secretaries JB. Phillips! The and opinions', which ,should not under any

'L \ an electoral ticket in favor of such a eandi- his services with theii approving votes. was the substance of the paragraph, al- in due time, become apparent., following'Tesohitions, offered by 'Alderman circumstances, be disturbed;:and tbat.it is

date, in more than one Southern State which This they will do in Georgia, Alabama and though'we have not the paper containing it L. Barr, bf the Sixth Ward, were' unanimouslyadopted' tbe duty,of every.State and enryStetioDtaadhere
bonestlj -and this settlement
nominee constantly
will give large majorities for a Whig '
t:4: Mississippi, and would do in South
broad national ground. A even at hand. We have seen no similar statement of these various'vexed questions.

r ; o. nomination standing made with a view to secure the Carolina, if the people had a voice in the 'in. any other. quarter. Literary Association at Ocala. Resolved,.Thai the Democratic Republican $,.Tbat it is>especially the interest

1 support of the Free-soil party and thus to choice of electors. General Committee of the city and county of and the duty of the',people of. the State of.

I t'4; continue sectional strife, will be the signal From Key West.. OCALA, Macch 31, :1851. New-York, in view of the approaching National California to stand by these measures, and.
for a dissolution of the Wbig party. Southern jWe are indebted to Senator Mortonfor Convention, to be held at Baltimore, to deprecate.any: action which will tend to
This after the citizens of
Ft could no longer act with party several copies of tbe Forms and Regulations By the correspondence of the Charleston evening, tea, deem it proper to express their opinion on reviver r ,or ro s-ao'agitatioo now-

ir r,11: Whig thus be virtually resolve intouiI. for the Assignment of Land Warrantsand Conner, we learn that a meeting the Democratic Ocala were highly entertained by .an able the selection of a candidate to nominated 80 happily alliyed.,
Free-soil,faction. The same true of-.Monroe and instructive lecture from L.:C.' Gaine, by that Convention for the Presidency of the Resolved,oTb t these are tbe fixed nad defined ..
1 wi Locations; as prescribed under the late party county was held .
1' of tbe Democratic party, should delegatesPF' at the City Hall in Weston Esq., which was the second of a series to United States. principles the Whig aflyof California -
the .
supplementary Bounty Land act. Key even- in
.to the Baltimore Convention make nomination ( regard to, these ,questions; and as
, .. on like'unpatriotic principles.a ,; I We are'also, 'indebted ,to the members of ing of the 22d MarcbfprthVpurpose; ; appointing be delivered by a number 'of gentlemen of .Resolved' 1'bat while ve.recognieir cmg such we"exp ct ,them 'to be acknowledged.

n;l:' My acquaintance in the npn-slaveholding our Delegation,! for; the frequent receipt of delegates to represent' that countyat i this thriving town, 'who, ::have associated- th Union, 'candiJ The jiames'of tes. mentioned throughput Democrats and vindicated by.our,representatives in the.

States is limited, but I have .eetr enough of the State themselves together,for the purpose .of mutual distinguished. National Convention.
i 41 j public documents, for :which they will Convention prop sedto'be,held ,", the :'nbcmnaUoh :eitberrpf"wbpmwpuld.be
in Resolved, That tbe from California
that there is
feel assured delegates -
northern men to instruction in literature, morals and.tbe
rec lve at Madison Court House Middle
\ State large class of national men, please our acknowledgments. Florida most cheerfully'and zealously sustained ,in the National.Convention'be instructed
every who will jointhe Whigs of,the South to for'the, purpose of nominating i ,candidatesfor arts. Two weeks from this' evening, Mr. S. .hy the Democracy] 'of this'city',,wecannot'but'r to cast their vote for no candidate'.for,Presi'
;. IEii-The attention of the public is directed S. Burton of ftect' the sentiment :the Democracy
fatal a consummation as the sue- Governor, Representatives! ,to,,Congress, Principal, Ocala IndependentInstitute dent of-the United States who is not friend
:j I: ,-prevent of a s candidate of either who may to tbe advertisement- of Mr/Fi chettJof and Delegates to represent the of!this is to entertain the ..association; and .this'city, as.evinced in their tresolutions'of of Compromise measures'of the last Congress -
-s pry party -
Ii : nominated because he can the "otC new. 'stage connection' .. i in >the, i interior.. 'in'the'National'Convention the.community, in his' turn ;' and we:only Baltimore instruction 1to'theirdelegates' to and an ardent supporter of the preservation
b be held
Abolitionisswhich will not be given to From our knowledge of the ,State ., i. > ,, and'express'our' preference for 'of the Union. '
arrangementswhich in the city'of Baltimore,"Md.. regretthe probability that we may' not be the ,nomination olGe eralLewisCass.as: :
such.menas Mr. Fitcbett has been for *> The Democratic Convention, held contemporaneously -
it -Fimo. ; some time able to' be lresent.rhe organization of this the candidate'of Democratic Republican ,
tL; -v Never was a sentiment in areibet ,The meeting haying been called to 'order, -O1 the' Union i That with that of the,Whigs,and m
making;we assure travellers that party during long
association i is
f the ejection of mari to a polit- a and'magnanimous
fay f any and the Chairman and Secretaries appointed, and eventful Fife,' he'has faithfully sustainedthe the,.same city,*separated, :without: any en.
'l4+ i 'ica1 ofc as'tbathWthe': 'Southern Whigs wben.in i ,parties.'of')three or fours, they, can W.,W.'McCAli/offered.the following' pre enterprise, and promises incalculable 1 ,goodto principles, of'1 effersoD'and Jackson.., In ,dorsement, the Compromise: ..Resolutions-

, -"for Withone: accord they there de- obtain comfortable conveyance to and from amble and resolutions, which' were unanimously -. this commu ity.,. The'example should be the war of 1812, ,he upheld on the field of support' of it, an4 ia support. also of the
., ;fire'to cast the'rrVotes' f him ; 'and the points.designated even- dlber adopted : -- *' extremest intervention;doctrines, -.ndof the
'of Southern Union Democrats upon. days. emulated by"the intelligent of other, towns.1' battle tbe banner of I his country; .as Secretary Presidentiel
fare -claims iof
;r Judge-Doug Ias- were-
, ;, "''who will cbeerfnllyfvbte1Ifor' him, becus than those' J ;appointed.The'Indian. < .- :: .-.. 1f7tre as.T eliemocrats of Monroe county .-' E Florida.-'iA little organized:effort: on of War, under General Jack.soot be'wasfound introduced, :but withdrawn, ia:consequence

4 r '""ne .has'been'tried;andnln" the fearful crisis : *., .,.4, ':,: South Florida in:public, meeting assembled the part ofthose, -who have the intelligence, istration the(principal that distinguished supporter chief of the as admin Minister .of{ j violent,.dissensions" ,in ,the,Convention.Such .

.t' "'ihrouRb Vhieh he has proved .I,1. '.; ; believe,that' an;expression 'of .,their would'act I .as an)important'auxiliary,to 'our at PaI vindicated ; Is the.concurrent testimony,off.(,tbe accounts -
we.aepsse ; in he f :lhegreat light
: o himselfequal t a patriot I We learn that alarge and enthusiastic: : ofresolutions i. as to the ,that,have reached us by the, ".Cre-
- ("wholly' 'Uninfluenced by;secti nal eonsidera-: political.qualifications, of'the nominees\of, ,schools, which _are now springing .iip)in. the' freed >m of*' the seas;1',and S"Senator scent City".
: "'tibns.'and a President determined to do"justiee I meeting has been held In' Mellpnville, a' the State Convention to'be held at the ld*4. every, part of..th country., Cong'fes:$, has ,displayed his devotion: -

';' : to all parts of the country; and fearlessly wbi.cb.,strong expressions! approval! of,the mon Court House in April next, may have iLbeD'eficia1 .4: -- :,".. 'w *'", '. .LisTEusa.T : the Union!,!,his:'sympathy'with; the nnfprtnin r' cWasbingtoa,1.cbrrespondent: o, p r. 'theCharIeion
: effect .. nate victims in the ,cause of the
the ,
uponl action the ,
pf Con'vention,1and libertYl1
: : to execute the Jaw.e'.ma e 'no sectional course of the Governor,.in regard to,the. Indians ; \ Mercury writing on the 29th ulL,
: tend the Old World, and sustained the claim "ol
to harmonize and unite the '
T; -
1 issues,'we do not even. wish to vote ;vr '
were adopted.We I
ban of the -Union Democratic party,of tbi8. State. .Therefore j The, ,Coast Surrey.f the United States to her'rankamongst'then : : says :; *

; :,'for but a with one from voice our we section ask northern men 'to; also, ,.lear:1'1hat. the"" Governor. has ,expressed -' be \Resolved,;That in"the jopinion 4 ofthis -" i 0 tio'ns :'of'the"earth. That justicetblbirn: I, Mr-'I.1iIiiay.'j introduced- a 'resolution

unite with us In the'election of a northern himself to General Hopkins in warm. meeting'the; :;: measures: passed, by:the last Professor: Ba.che.in his recent lecture'in' and to'our principles''po rit to him as the na I of enquiry''relation, to indemnity for Span-

;ir l'> { not because he has shown any special commendation' of the1 I course of ,t latter i Congress of the United States and'common- Savannah,'stated t 'that' the'whole ast was tni ;'and .national standard-bearer; of/the I ish' horses'(IcasafW 1IS pPose,) IIi"Florida,
'the"1 South but because Jr kn9'w as'tbe,Comprbmise a anal'ad- Democracy in the. coming. contest., bccasipried the Cuban Fiili tsterL"" .
;! .'J partiality to eimply and that be has; also, authorized -the General 'divided' into eleven sections, of which five On motion '
; ientof the several '
<< ; just matters therein con .TbiTsame wriles
himself :
proed ; correspondent also pf
- : % 1:ba.done his -notbin 4ti1ia-m .' (again to proceed j tol. \ e, !interior, with tamed, and jbat'any mOYement whether, of were on the Atlantic' four' ,,on, the Gulf ,of i Resolved, That:the foregoing, resolutions candidates left on the tapis since the self-ira- *
'In'oncIusion, I will callLyour[ attention I an increased command of eighty ,men.. 1i Northern parties, Southern aspirants::for Mexico, and two on the Pacific-the extentof ; be published in the National Democrat, New
motation f Stockton his tariff and Fed
41 .0 t 'fset 9bich ebout! bae'efect on those 1 1r political distioctiontendingto; : open".t ewoJln4th1l.tl shore line in each section being nearly York Heraldand Journal of Commerce. by j
1be measures ConTcntloiii and Cais1sm.rheViiDemodatConventI&jbas. is no w healed I ,_or to i create dIscord :: era!.speech" _
the ; ,
'deir MCption' At Ybungf Men's Com nJttee Mr John
the ;
;;1-ir arid dissatisfaction the contented same. Seven of the first-named, sections ,: r '
$'tnnrethan r ,1 '- "' : among --- :Wheeler 'Ciss and DODGLIS,will chuckle bverhis,
a"plrcol indi' presided Chairm -
. 4I tbe-Jion as n'and Thadeus
pI "'.idua. 'Te'Senate' of 'Sttet i : : citizens, 'this :glorious'and: 'pr sperous were under surrey, and one was nearly completed B.; Glover and,John'Bi'Smith acted Set removal;'for they now are the two Inside
Ill -}enal members f\licb i been held It declared nothing'on'the Com Union':oi. Confederated States, bugbValike, :leaving'yet one section commence ries;' :The following important resolutions asr hags on' the'coors since ')Ir. BCCHANIS'S

I "twenty-four Wbigs; I promise'" question, and reiterated the'supple: .to,"be discountenanced faithful and if possible.wholly i The limit ottheappropriations made by Con ,ertf opted' unanimously; M''\vith4greav friends'mmmanaged bun out'of"'cornpetition.

lt *__' tber. States and'ittt 'te/iincluding1: Mr.I .-'! rewlutibns:of .?98.'';'It':adopted: tbe' old'Democratic supjpressed.by members.of thegreatDemocraticpth1yof g 1'ramouhVof work :done ,enthusiasm : > i i, d? c; Theitar of'.CASS/seems 'i in 'th.'U see 1d Dt'
lrm' the North, andNorwelL.i ; : ;, ::8..5t.ate.ti' : 15 ;*ffit -, .r ,. *. ,\c. -? thus'far., ,Caalit be possible 'the'SOuth even
I (
Sbonldi'tbe Whig I Convention", ,platform' adding;to i it( .Resolved, "That .In' c :the each/year, accdth:! effort jvasade:!toYkee'p'pace ?'esolved' 11 atAq,, LewIs.Cass: ;Deiu.cratic .' could, 'jnd e d to svrallow'him(agaiit1 'un-'

: nttectionaJaing the party 1>y attempting'-to opposition to granting lands,to lail roads,in high)respect.tbat the' DemocratsoIMqaroe: ; ,in't i the':pubUcation.of::results with.tb6 'Republican, .you ng men of jbe,city! .nd. d fanytxjrcumsancei( ? Politicians!rely

1'-S eufrrfavof with FreesoHers.i and,/refuse to: the manner which'Is,now o1 strongly advocated County entertain lorH, ;.Snellr.E i.ofHilUborbnghCounjy.jSouth field ort'Of eye r-the maps and charts coonty' .Newr Ybrk re ognizathdistIn- ( i o"jif ;rod. 8 1 ,.ar8 '"even'Tgnorantenough

' ."Ibninate' Mr. Fnm6rt; or'soiii .oiIe.'",else ,:'and i! 'latelyVuccessfully'carrSed: 'through Fjorida. Jiothasi |eingfjrst| i pjeented i In i :th'Iou&'oi; Vrelimi i: Kuished. citizen,}the fearless soldier tbe profound ':of:South;,CaroliDi 'IU f,',her':sentiments -
the eminent
*: -# known by his the san.- I a COD81stel'I.Democrat" an 4a gentlemarfof jurist statesman andtlhe as declare that even be'woutd1go
; -tipnal constitutional, occupy position; the Wbi 1 the Senate. ,,by'an .immense grant,to',Iowa.' acknowledged' J. ability, da herebyearnestly nary,sketches, Ma then.ot'finishei'maps.; unimpeachable Democrat ,jf for,the author. of'the'Nrcbolwn itt if theDemocratic

p '.'pirtyas[ a'partyj'thus perverted, W olld We'do tot perceive how.the,2fevi willceeementitsf ., and respectfully splicjt and.empower,binto'iepresept *Professor',Bach e illustrated: progress of f. ; ,IZfSo/t?<
jiI': '''should cease-to exist' in the' Southern States. saw' his plank'inasniuch; as Yit aUf ita !,|hai ),Democratic, party i of"thatCbnnty.by'Toting'jjr bfsa.ri |rfthe'differentsectionjr1by: ;refer-' of the Democratic' Republican M > ; '_ ,', ._ "
: ontheiWbgs} l ld :not abandon. the 'ib ';ce 1R il/fno d' m otherwise in the'StateConveulion.tojbe young men bf this city,,we proclaim him;asthei .
; Ui obrections i i've encq to the diagramsj:;showing'll e'seop :of ,1t1i NApriU-.Tha iSonlbern, Rqtbu
have ded1I1 : : f ; ; 'belcl"at.Madi80D Court ; .cboice for the,Presidency i of tbe United .
out ptricIp1e.s' -nuldiorm fcr,?: whichihey'Jiauoiia.1 -s.sociations'cnt !in ;j : di ito_ f'h.i'-.l, ,'; _,'o .td" I soch.giants, to f.;, Hojse,' .Middle'J'loridai.lpr the' , .. ? at Democratic 3 o'clock-yesterday Convention according,met i*Alille4geville tp adjoummenti -

. ;4; ?plaof1bosewbcb l t such :'sectional', party-land: toourow&State, and has ioner .ex- : i : Governbr.'and, thetriangnlationi the astronomical Work,the : :{ That we 'and they-wiirregan and.receired,tbeTeport'o t.the i!jCom-

action necessarily sovcs'and! I venture pressed any.dissent from our receiving alter Representative to,Con'jressV"and{ delegates' to topography ''and. ..hydrography]. 'Hebetated any (Ieegatetrornifiiscity; to the,Baltimore mittee of thirtytbree. :The'twolutions.reaffirmed ,

' *4 iriy l life b'er"\U' not bc.I one ''inaj'acting! 'iate'ections i 'for the" aforesaid"road, 'coniexni1ae4 i !iI represent the'iatoB the, peinocra.Democratic e'party of this:State, that the'i atisti s'collect"of the advance i ini.t.r. Convention,awhq r" ,'h falters.aninitanjathexercise.fev nor M: '. the platform.the.BaUimore.\Conventiona -
with : : $: : n .tonT ntlOn.to meanstp secu rethe
.I tblL norber sctional'partrJlhng i toexLrd i of 844 and 1848,and,recommended -
a4istance pib' hunfted< beJl 1d alJ3altimpre Md.; : each.se lioinade a Lea'Cass :false-
in. npmjnatfon
tiief! ;W.bigjwho6e ,withm four \ l1 ,} Jane P ext, f for' = icaicuiajupttspi.Jtne projidrtionate as ,to the of
miles- good slices lot. Florida ; D4, ,the purpose ofLnominatinga(. of the ..l instruction of;:bis'' constituents"and.aunworthy appointment( tony Delegates
I:4. g.ye&rretsrne4n ibe.Senate;:from:a,; a pretty ; J mocratlc. rate progress easy,and showec d' the Baltimore,Convention. This was '
I rt *a.State.'. Van .cannot ide '
,.enatewjthoutthe-aid: ,'osotheravot. sjAtb ,1 strictures bf oupneigbbbr agaThst 1'wittuldpensata cfof, }hii VnitedStates.: ?tAndv, ]urtherrreapectfully *- i QWv /, Jttsdlf ,'iThat':'wbilewej explictyex- '
' r' -, ,. -..'. nstract.the:: abovenamedgentlemajdn.ihe \. tiai'nd press the decld44 preference: the Democratic i : CoogreonDiazrt.om
9foraUexperience: bas shown. : fi'7v < i : i-3j .-tM[ ] ,'specially I ,.ftkillf 1ha".oheru'" ;! ,, ,.g ovjfrnment.reMnr.iTne ''' :':' if ., t form"of,'a: request :not,'to ,tfiat the h.pkcoastbcM' bouthrc.eigb1is ,Rep'nblican young men'o'(.ibis'city r or'the' inated,by ,tbe'D legates/romtt,the nomioatedby o c"and.eigtit'from'thetate

t ; bDo of Fresller and Abolition : ,same Convention owing to',tbe.pyerreacbinfzealofHeni7A'WiseJbisaccor h 1 yptertm( bs] capacityrof'proxy for the De'mb: doneV-hlh ,the Ji eantime,: ,the 'preliminary elevaionbf| ] .tbelSenatof fromJMicbigan.to at .Urge,
Tote the vehtfon
< The' Con
vti LTbi114 CDsidertioD deserving,'tbe I (;. crats1oi thi County, for;iwyvaCaniidate:; to charts were furnished, navigators/and the th ',highest office in the gift of the epublcasunequ'iv9callypiedgftthei ,' .fConventionf7; v ;expressed
be'- naminaiect''bj! 14jCo 'ot n tUI ; f ii "-t -: '' we, ,; nnitei d .norefejcfoianyicuaaThdidat
{ ;
of she'ebal1e *
tr l 'Uulitw' : '
it par en may'Jntu: ne Jng.to,repor ti.stidai3v thing buta fi cIerlysu3ficd f"iaheja' ""UniOn thus-made immediately useful: support Id. theandrdateseected.; ter. oughu was.uhderstood;that a large
sn&it .J by1thea.
their i.4ion ; Vte. 4J. *i ttisr 1lM lyjJ Ut'-f' JtviJ '"If '
a- Vorof
nobler'te flsotalotimana: natiality. yorabiefeeing II 1's contest'i:to:I Mr. !?BpchananfnTherewas --. ; *J- ,tI.I t'tLd" 1 iffi t4fJ .u.j :-J..f 'f1l'f.'"'I;0't,'t. t ,'tr, l 'i1.i'" B..enoa'.a.'...iiiq'i;. ,Jt sembled representatires" .. Qfr.theJDenibcracy.. ''d.' b fl" .B majority.JUN .ast the,Convention. 'was e. In"* **":,
''eD( > : rfb (w n Tdol q IJ1 1f..e '",,"Jf..f. .I-"", tbepatton. :' ., C '
.1U he' uti Ii '' 2 b e'l t t'X' ?' < "., .
fQ'fJob ; -' I ; pOrt ing e a 1
-- I Pj ."TJ,.0" tt efuJ 3 A1l -CABELL .I-, 'i. og.1.tAm" ";',a'dr',...', .D,g .If',. ,iO.,;,' r" I:!In. Secretary, MrrMcCALL moved their; ; .f .sU,:tl..e lr i eitill.( '&m aictaior' of. t"Tbeseresplttdpns i ,'eomlng front)tbejbun'. : ,';sSe,&hjentionTbathe. '4th[Jta/L,
B' 1. .Hht
;l JWZ17E5Q.! .. ;.: g .i". "; I: ahrh)theyoungststare aaidttobaye,cme tion.,andaaisupporvdelirtred an' !adoptic 'pi1 ..,: _'Air vre., OItIL..tt'. .f.t'.'a.'' oflA..nlPJo"'' .tig.. % '''ate'''3cGunj 'act. .: tneh'arejtbe wbre'strongj-beca'ase, this'CommTttee'JwastWpposedf ;' th Vbi&i.t ConneeUeaiadop( ;tb :- 11b-

'n out( best.i" li l ghJti* .sai; M iCt s'l ,which bItg that, b.'.D moerati'iParti.', (beea" ol"! ..JIj.i J1 'l ; :to:be.1dentifiear'\vitl: joined. ., hition'in_.regard ;to \bjComprooo.
i ., t) !, q eaj. tfi :, t.t1J : '-" *
J; IJTe b I .Jwaysbeean& 'werEnowAthtrU i iI At [ '*$ 't"
"i 1i !
.l nTIO'J ; 1iandi with' t6j'V r 'ni' .runtirriAe }4' : Young et indIotfgla but it .
u seems
t ,
P.' r ... to,maintain ascendaisejr thrpugaf a long <; *vt.f' pt.*** iifc 'f'.i.I 'X'gsegrf-%\
1; F l- .0 {" ("' n m r. JJti Loary.? n Ab tf.'rf1.J.t.. s : there C a
tw. 1 inot DotfgWman''tjpon1
; : the fehtire cetJ Jhe
R That
h"J '
; &wu _t JtJ.L' r.' 1. "'-0 5I ..''nt'iie".... f tJ* 'ea". ,'1 .,J6 ;.rh1.I: !iiteceflflta '?.," a .''f-'l.llal'"b e eon. -J.;"A-f'd't.tt\-,, .i." "M'r.: series of.years' :'m-.f He' was Vrtfr overthrown- 'by:the' Committee., Whenadjcuminir-hirie'bearty; Congress ., :i850, for:the ir>ea3ure.tti aient j-passedby of bighly.excitin -

I no i I r rP thtOne/.hY aul1 t R -4" "I t fj r.tf" 'Fk.1 "e'' '"" 1 t.1j '" .f..ll'1J forcerf or Brazff combine rwithihose\of.tli .S&55S were rK rwfo?L wi dass.fww 14 g sectional C ertiooawerfl:adopt :
I e ,was. &,uem n "4c' fci ti keigfibjoring ,/ "., :;; ; -
be : \ ?j-ivtu: beisceftf :that.OJd.1 dY! angD:' .6f opfI"nttr !. t I iVtv- Saath.Aioenca:tLe< eY4' -'t; i & iA11"Ir. :'' i\'f .r y'; Yfn..VI ..,1 "

p ;;abot1yjbe-iuved'deCUg! ttoeiininediate reUeaseof -. m, t 1irN_. ofk ,.1f.t o"'<,cio rw 1e bi; ; { p oincesoveRtiEa1aiolongbeeitI it.1J. ;.hitQ'1 J.t: ":1 oa''H ":AND f!) r"4:1''i.THE" dWT!.oal. and eduph&pincipleof,1utuaIconcesiO; compmisethayol4thet&: >
; g ; 'ira.xle: eabjectlA, the.i.conJ4 1f-1J,' itUI.r ; t1t r J t "pi''' f.!: M;AYaItt? eTlpl SBiw'iJ, notzr'P.r i: fled WJ 5.ameetiz. Or fote..to ijimamtaifted jan tJQIa1et arja-.".&**-
rk litio 4h & Jo oy.part O iIt tsci : ttHi : i1 r ltlef9 : f'1il;' "( (wed to'aBritlsKshlpi'Wth ldgbrM4. ; *: H Q' .c maiittf :l Newe\YoTkftit1" out ia ,all : .*L t1ii -
: i.t& Bii : Jt afih.vlititcij f' good'feithvby o ,
c1r.WbtuidenowmemberoL i ..'. rp L- !*l ''''' jf2 t bit..
kof ibillrkisblaJaadL .4wWisjAttl ,. \" ,: ,., : .....S I.'L 1j. o u '1"1ii ". tr.-i e rl as. a oyel1.'wom 0 'W h u a" "2din't.> t .
,tte Jetby*dminwlfiUoifl,)bui appoint delegates" *ota Districti Conve > : lCuuu#' .. \....".' "A 'M..ocra. !.J1' 'iJ'J.-! ; Jur i 1 tfza ti fi, tStJ 1t.t' thstonid rablew That&* 5M. t i accowL totUoa
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we gratefully
for pale of .-.. !. ,, 'f..w"; ; gug'it j Jnld,: :amoogthefrithWaf: j $
bee active intercessor ,tbeiz1rberly"Intercession b.e ,tf1. .V"IOJJJ' ---T-"X **r'f"'i" "V* v-
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1 a lion has also declared;Cus.'J .Tbe ilaswcbuscttsdelegation 'l : nature interposing bet\veenthe: asperitieiiOberifatber"ana'tbedesires'andnecessitieao! Vebster." ttTandPIlIm re1tiiHj'.presplutlbtviQ -tJ I President and,his distinwsM.u.'

was made some months since : (including! ''Messrs. B. 'Twenty Clerks have been removed from favor.of'the' latter wasrcarried iet,1he:,raiIe-ofCCDflQc.ti I i f$ '

$ -o the release these exiles, by the Amer Hallett and Robt.l Rantoul are also the' by-a majority ejf two.j'The'relOlutiona. II tration upon truly national* principleswittthigh '
F. ) Pension'i Bureau u i his
J dmini ton. "go. in W hwgttm% subjects. Rosas bait armed England to come before- the General Committee' abifity- integrity,_and'wisdom.

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LIST it Jackecnv1I1e f F1,.)1i.rch Slat .,. [; -i cb>rvmei'fm y. >%-*Institute.j* >-> sp -J\&Mtffn1f"- -
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The correspondent of the Charleston 152. A' ,: r rtin,11 i"t ,'> Tunis. ***" r teen -jt on.iY l iRB
Courier writing from Washington on the N5TAU'TIONibsying in ,suoeesjffaroperaUoa ..
the information Adams. William S. ')fi1lerV 8 ryv.. -i-' Classical and Easlfah Isstttnte, JI for more than two years ] IN PEARlr1rlJlEETDIeiad'n #'

6th, gives following : Allen Nathaniel Moe Cbeatflgln JACKSOSVI1JLK, FLOBTD*., Inn hereafterlw.wider the;joint control of \ .Nqw Ysrkj.e,,.tMtr

"The Saturday Whigs at of the the Capitol Senate} on had the a sabjectof caucus6n Band.John MobrC1i&r1eaC MinorJN : N'F.. n, 'fN',; .rlii' t j lOCO Mss-P.swAa ;AND, 'MRS.; M.'i.AR.OW. .teDt.a deawoytib _Jseds b.es. .!
Mrs.'M&Uo" SAVES
the time and place for the meetingof BeD Jb1.n' JolcLaiif James S : ', ,. : ) later/been eoaiMcted Wiih' .nIc11S '0.\.11
fixing rIIHE SUBSCRIBER Cue of the most ]3LEVBA'SAFES of'
Becka Ba&n "hadfa. popular Academia* af Greenville maksrr
the Whig National Convention.Mr.. BUr11eI Marcy..NickoI,.hmei III. :, : J..:experience in teaching, has concln&d 16 ettablieh S. C.;, and Brings with'hei-thV highest testimnials > 'rub their contents Thojgaft .." .JUeklr-J,

Mangnm was called to the Chair and Gor. Baah.laao ,0 ., his School in this place,and resp-ctfaUy of her character and Mteecsw es a Taaeber. C defied the flames and brought n itt,.uMl
invites the public to call and its :a..refen_** CoU B.M I iiUaout i Dirt ot Sr. tiett .- .
Jones was appointed Secretary.- The attendance C Oglesb7, Le.iJ test merits; .?P AMoa and Mr. ,pOri f
and disposition CaldweUKA p.- It will be hi* constant effort'to cultivate1 tie W*. D. BrxsHAX, of this place. .JHHV, p1LnEnLtTi1jit : 1
was very'general, a Clemens It G.llhata Patrick,'Thomas W friendship and esteem of-his popfla; slnd to instil I Miss SWART tenders her thanks to her Mends ,
was manifested towards harmony. After ColliDs TIt. .Porter. John S Calvin Oak, those principles which tend to develop the human aDd the public generally for tit*(ibera patranan rutr lit J1.dJ. .;U- m.- 'r

some consultations as to thJf time of the Fran. intellect and to refine the heart. :- already received, and respectfully informer'.tbew
Christopher C Palmer.1liramC.2 tinnunitli .
it was agreed that it should be Cameron. Jacob Philips navid and Machinest Without being in the least sectarian,'thp JnstiUtewjU hatby .the recently formed association,.with "-. .Ntw Yo*t,Dee 185;.!, .

meeting, Convention D Prentt HAS permanently located himself atJaekson- be conducted on religions principles. .Marlowfwhkh roes, into,operation oath .. )- STTAUW and Maims, raeeetMr to CU
after the Baltimore Democratic Davis 1h Parker ,Frances Thotnal) .E.Fa'. ibis prepared to do all work By a most thorough system of reviews and"ex- 1st of March,aa additional nuabcr el fnpihf cane "RICH ft Co..J\o.146 Water Street,Aew f rt.-'

and the first of Jnly was generally preferred. Wm'M Prenti., James W.M'Doulherty i3 the Gunsmith line, both in Repairing and -aminMiOuawblch experience has suggested the > received into the institution to whom. .(faith :SIb when their was consuming lily pla* T

As to the place,there were feetiral opinions. Dukes Thomas Manaraeturin :_ He has a new process of Rl- Principal flatters himself that.Kn w fed; :We. ful and conscientious discharge duty will W .Bttttaw*;No.T218-p* rl street 1 was .w.a to :

Some were for Philadelphia and others' forBaltimore Dingo, henry PreDticet'R Augustus- FLEING, which far surpasses the usual method. aoqnfred,1 cannot be lost. cheerfully ii'h by both the teacher: '* Rtasalaer CowUy, testing a MW cleaning -
A committee Dorman. PaUl Those wishing,can have them made to order.- Great inducements are'otrer.the .tior ,Mrs.' Marrow will deTv&e particular attention rata io connection with say Exeelior Thrasher,. .
or Annapolis. was DaIton,1Ier .Randall Thomas 2 All_ Machinery.and Gnnsmithine entrusted to h n.and beaut.or.aituat1on-t parents wisli';. .totheFreneh Oepartinent, as weU M to_the'usual and did 110&read tJ.e account until 1 ..fearful ir 1.
appointed to confer with any committee to RindallSTB liis,care will receive prompt ..attention.He. nfc K teat their children from home.aa no palritf : English BCudfes.ttnlf'par. f00'1..&e save my books-thick werapheced .

be appointed by the Whigs of the House on Ecker Mn W B Rmuaell.lohn hopes by close application to business to merit* will be spared'in providing lor their comfort and yvarterofilevenwttkt.OrttJography,4 In on* tIC JMT eafM, pwrcmmd taw Jtfr Ma,jai
Robertson Hubert share of .- eye if fI M fear
The joint committee will in public patronage.Jacksonvine en1menL -, ,- were nM sJlaredwke
that subject. II' -
Rollina Robbert Nov. 13.185k; tf.. '.fIiedI1ipllne will be Inflexible,:though 'mOdandpersnastve. 1' dinwUnzjaDd I found it tiee'eseary ipon 'f'r t to apply ,. .
their report recommend a certain day and Fisher, Dr N Ra.ntin. John D arUbmetie, $100 Croton Water to booVr befor, 1 was nalili4:.

placet and this notice will be published and .. Fanel1. Jime' 'Rantin--J M The courser of instruction'inclndesall the:branches Grammar;gmgr1i|>hy and nistory 500 eommene operaUbn after which 1ireubII.$
FlintoD,Tbomu Robarta EedgarG .Pekin Tea Company Warehouses, of. The higher orancttes of the F"g1&h boors of labor and applicJtUoji to raiuander '
conformed to by the Whig delegates.' Nothing thorough finished English.E4uand ,* .*)i. &Ia.-
edueatioDII _.
Rice, Henry wGruinley Fnltfin > goo from its bei-T '
76 and 77 ai. Hew York* a fall preparation for aiby .may
any College claaa 6t.f
raid in this conference the subject ,
was on Wm R.2 11.&msdeU1,II VIGrantland. : Extra charges lir.iI1ItruetIoa:1a/the French anxiety during this delay'laft nTy ICIftkLls '
I of the Whig nominee; though it is Seaton Russell, r 4- ;"THE PEKIN TEA COMPANy has ENGLISH 'STUDIES.Orthograpby Ivngnage and drawing.-_ .< upon opening-the tafeU tW"t stoe oVa Mprwe
Green Samuel 8 ) been established many years-and has Readirig 'Fenmansh ,,, 'The musical department tff thi;-Institution I number *;
known that the Senators of the Whig pafty maintained ; ; ; tlg- of., .. Had -y husks airf ,
'StoYer always a high'reputationfor rapbGrammar Ancient under the charge of Mrs But !
'homu Abner B Geography
Graham ; ; and Mod. aa aeeomplUh- pens "td..Dd legible as theytrwepi
are much divided as to that point.1'The Teas of the most delicious character History Rhetoric ed performer on the Harp, Piano t.
GordonJohn_ tan1eY.uC A em ; ; Bock-Keeping; composition Forte and Gni- the Ire The intense heat to whfch UM Safe
Uerard,Menge ville no Smith, JohnH and fragrantiy, add at prices which. have in every and Declamation; Botany; the Bible; ,Vocal tar. Pupils from the country,Can;, accommo subjected,can be eojtfeeturedTr'tl>e eoadtUoa was .
Cape of Good Hope -Termination of Swearinger Miry instance given .satisfaction. The Teas are warranted Music,Drawing. dated with board respectable 'families from of another safe, [not a Salamander of
; the Kaffir 'V... HiD Thomas B Shoemaker, James S i>nre, and may be returned if they do not SCIENTIFIC COtfRSE' $12 to $15 month. iron skeleton frame ) which an
.... only remained and aol
to be The Teas Feb.26.tF a restig -
prove as they are represented.,
The steamship arrived at Pena Humphries, Alexr Sidbery, John .... ._ *of a heeL. They wer
Bosphorus Intellectual Moral "and Natural eoMtpaniona.Is tW
sold by this Company are done up in 1-4 lb.:,1-2 ._ ,. ; Philosophy; - '
Harrison, W H gidbery, James -- same office,on th*second
zance on the 12th ult. The despatches .. lb., and 1 lb. packages; making it convenientfor Astronomy, unemisiry;ix>gic; ueoiogy. Charleston and Florida JLdne."Tfcf fell floor froawhic*, they
Hall crates of
Joel Sanehes Grace : upon rarthera
in the dar
war ,
i from Sir Smith have been sent to the country merchants to have a great variety MATHEMATICAL ,Ut*
Harry Harson, Matilda Snmmerlin John C COURSE., ruined safe upon UM falamaadcr. If their').
War Office. Horrell, Elm A Sanford H H with a'small outlay of capital. Hotel keepers table Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry _Splendid New Packet-cieiuaer. tion had been reversed not vra t iktfetoo
be certain of their -
f She brings the account of the terminationof Hewing, Cupid Snares, Swanna may uniform always character of Tea having which on Teas of which a ; Surveying Mensuration; Analytical Geometry FLORIDA would have remained. Jtfy Ice over the ins f>-
John P Smith Church ; ; Differential and Integral Calculus. ance is $1,900,yettb.salvatiea. ;
I Hopkins, my books ia
the and the unconditional surrenderof
war, there is a large vdriety, ard done up in threewrappers. JL.'M. COXETTER COMMANDER > .
:your "rwitk the
the Kaffirs. Henrick, Samuel Starr, Daniel. 4 The insidd is of lead. the second water CLASSICAL, COURSE. jalainander. representative*; 9f'
Hartridge, T Smith,0 L 2 Chinese Latin Greek German 'FreJlcl1. .. now running regularly oa the I f 100,000 and important document'which eoUd*
proof paper,and the outside rice ; ; ; 18[
p&peFor not be duplicated has folly.
t Hamilton, JL T Line between. Charleston, Savannah compensated _.
Hon. Henry Clay first took his seat in the A course of Lectures will be delivered during It will afford to
Hawkins E R Tison. John the and the & John's river. great pleasure -exhibit to*
at New cash
sale by
[ YorkpriceStor the year upOn Philosophy and Chemistry. The The following &hedule his been which new safe purchased of and
Senate in December nearly forty-six Hoke & Abernethy Turner James the JOHN A. MAYER adopted, you explain its merit.,
; School will be furnished
I There then but seventeen Hendrick &Nesbit Thomas. Robert H 2 G with new set'of apparatus shows the hoar bf rr TaI and departure at the aLlay firesent office.No.251 Pearhtree,whey I
were 151 rt. Savannah .
years ago. I 2 Broughton and afford ample opportunities for becoming various ports: shall reidiln until the new building No.2M
States in the Union and of the then thirty- Taylor, Ephraim Feb. 26-tt acquainted with Science and the practical t .. Your Is .
Johnson Zacheua Leave respectfully.
Telfor of its law. Charleston every Tuesday at 12 o'clock x.
r four Senators it is believed that Mr. Clay operation -.
> JoMinG.UiLanT.TIi
Johnson L William W Leave .
Tuverin SavannaH ..
every.Wednesday at 4 r.
l For Sale The Academie.1ftr will be divided into '
alone survives. Jones, Nancy L 2 Tiller David (=1v quarters of eleven weeks each. Students four Leave Jacksonville every Thursday 10 A. .. troelenigned-invite country aierchant"
L John H AT R. BOULTER & CO.'S STORE may enter Leate PieolaU others interested the 4
Tyer, after the commencement of every Thursday at 2 T. .. preaervattoa of their book
f DISTRESSING AND FATAL ACCIDENT.-We LOWQS W Tync, J ohn by the Subscriber and now landing be charged only from the time of any their quarter admission., and arrmt..IJlG; ,, from fib.(ba\ particularly those,hai1ng JUcl,'.

)learn from the Pensacola Gazette that Airs. Leptin, Alexander \V from the Schooner Mary Isabella, from Bait TERMS Leave Palatka every Friday, at 7 A; .. *safe U nse] ttf call at the depot 146 Water rtreet
Lloyd, James Wheeler Delia H more" New York to see the interior of.Mr. 'Gilbert'
Leave Pioolata
Sbirlervife of J. W. Shippey, Esq., residing Board tad TmtidiJ{ including lights every Friday f at 10 AIL safe With the book
Lenzie*AlexanderVashburn,Joseph 2,8o bushels of Baltimore White Corn, fuel, and leave Jacksonville .* undisturbed- which :fa ..ha
in the village of Warrington, near Lang,James Willie, William 1,700 bushels"White Oats washingper Session of'five- months- $120 00 Leave Savannah every Friday at 9"3 P. x.. kindly permitted to.reiai iD for the satisfaeUon I

the navy yard, while riding out on horse Lane, Jesse W Walker Sciplo 50 bales of Hay German or French extra 6 00 every SaturdAyj at A.I and gratification of the pubfie. ,
back week two since thrown M '.VilliamsHJS 30 bbls Howard st.Flour. Music (including use of Piano) 15 00 The Florida has been built sunder tbepe ft:>Orders for Burglar Proof Vault,and Vaatt

a or was Manning, Daniel A Williams, M A 20 kegs superior Butter, Fancy Drawing ,. 5 00 superintendence of Capt. Coxetter and. her speed Doors,promptly and faithfully executed. :
off and her head struck against the wheel Manning Daniel Woodhull Mareey 15 ," No.'1 Lard, Painting in Water Colors 9 00 and accommodations for'pu eagen are ttnsltrmssed STEARNS 4 1IAj 1N. 1

; of a cart, killing her almost immediately. Mellichamp, E H Wixley, i K B 5 bbls Apples, Oil 12 00 by any boat ever placed M the St.'John's. Successor to Rich Ik Co.

Marry, Raphela 20 boxes assorted Crackers, Including Instructions in Perspective from Na- freight and passage as low as by any other line. U6 Water street, and corner Avenue A and St. r

DEATH OF SIR JOHN HARVEy.-A telegraphic Murphy, Joshua Initials. 4 bbls Pilot Bread, ture. Any farther information can .te obtained by ap- Marks Place, New York;

despatch from Halifax, announces McDowell, J 10 4< Mercer Potatoes, (Payable quarterly, id Advance.) plying to either. of the undersigned sntt.J. i, Owner.0ftne exclaSIT..rirht of KVt P tet* I

McDonald James Miss L M 5 kegs Butter Crackers, FOB DAY 8TCDENTS.: W. CALDWELL, Charkatdh- of the United State*,and the .oUlr"
the death, at 11 o'clock, on the morning of Persons applying for Letters in the above list 10 boxes Raisins, English Studies and Mathematics a $10 00 E. W.BUKER, Sannnab.BELLECHASSE maker of Salamander safe eombbur bath -oat1ente

; March 22J, of Sir John Harvey, Lieutenant will say they are advertised or they may not get 2 barrels Onions, Including the Scientific Course," 12 00 & FINNEGAN, eomtoonly called Rltii' ..1tf WltD&a

: Governor of the British Province of Nova them. MARK BUTTS 70 lbs Candies Latin and Greek, 15 00 R. Jacksonville. Salamander Sfei i with RS9 ', m romaeat.',
1a1at1a.Maieli .
Scotia. Jacksonville, April 1,1852.-3t. Postmaster. 1 case Clocks assorted, (Payable quarterly,in dvl l1te.) 313mDISSOLUTION R. REID, Feb..5-, 18" m. .
60 bags of Wheat Bran A liberal deduction will be made for pupils in -- ''

1'ENKSTI.VANIA LEGISLATURE-FuGITIVE ICE ICE ICE 1 case Pickles, assorted, the Primary studies. Address. OF COPARTNERSHIP. Groceries Groceries! t 11 l'
SLAVE REMANDED.-The Pennsylvania Lepislature 2 dozen jars Preserves N.F.BROWN. : i
4 co Lemon .KO'TIOE.copartnership'! (
have repealed the act prohibiting -g O if TONS superior quality,just received ; wholesale and retail.A .SyrupAt References.Hon. mHE JUST RECEIVED New per SehV Melrow.direoi :
JLOd heretofore existing under York, a full and well selected
from Boston,and for sale FOR CASH WnxABD Ref. S. R. Wrusoor assortment
the of the Jails of that for the HALL ,
use State .L ,
the. of
ONLY. share of public patronage is respectfully soli Rev. CORKY 11. B. name and style of M. Scarborough It GROCERIES adapted expressly for
confinement of fugitive slaves. For the convenience of families and others wish cited. JAMES HANHAM. WilmingtonDel.CHAMBERS: Dr. MILLEa Capt.BrandyWine Village Co". is this day dissolved by mutual consent. family use. consisting in part of I New YUtk Cit'

A fugitive slave, William Resc of Baltimore ing to supply themselves regularly, tickets will JACKSONVILLE,:March 13, 1851. 18tf1 Del;Rev. T. BKADFOXD Rev. AU 'demands against said firm, as well as all cured Hams Shoulders and Baet 4eS,3t n
iivuiDeL1. dues to it will be settled Arthur J. T. Pork..'Fulton Mal'll" BeeAPlSIL
has been remanded by the Commissioners be provided which may be obtained of the sub- J.E. Rockwell, Brooklyn, N. OLI- .ramesW., by Wrightand Beef Smoked
BBLS. CAMPHISE & Cathey,who will continue to carryon Tongue, moked Selmoq and BeefJ3.lous
of New York, after three days trial. scriber.Orders. r pHANTi Dr. A. E. Bcso, Medford, N. J. Tearh- the business of said Malerel %
from the d 25 Bbls. 95 per ct. ALCOHOL, THZO. HYATT Rev. concern under the name Sausages, CodBh Irish Potatoes, **
I- -- attended to.CrIlonrs. country carefully and promptly]; Just received and for sale by A.err MANSFIELD Wilminoton, THOS.Del.CAnt L. U&B.1tows'An ; Rev. Z. style and firm of Wright &Ca'they.L gar, Lemon, Boston SWIg and -AberMtlfr DUsnittj .
A. MAYER Savannah. ; M. SCARBOROUGH Smoked Herrings Leaf
DIED. for town delivery from 7 to 8. A. M. Mass. 27 Godien.Batter,; .
: $ ver. nov 51-ly T. bard
ARTHUR-J. WRIGHT Catsups Preserve
and Dried
March IS --and
la Jacksonville The Ice Howe trill be
on Sunday afternoon, the nth daily. not opened at any Green
JAMES W. CATHEY. Apples Dried Peaehe S choice
*, selection.and
,I Instant EDWARD DAVIS DEEVV infant other time. J. H. H. BOURS, AgentlJacksonville. LBS. Acidulated Fruit -Banana GEORGE H. SMITH & CO. Fla. <
son of Co- : Drops Alligator, ,Macb. 13, 1852. 23-tt assortment of StiUlrtV-Refined Candies&e.
300 .
LCMBUS aid MARIETTA II. DEEW, aged months April 81852. Pine Apple, Raspberry, Mul- AUCTIONEERING AND COMMISSION The undersigned would aim respectfully inform- .

and 22 Agency for Scott & Co's jerry, Blackberry, Orange. Lemon, &0., &c. MERCHANTS Astonishing Intelligence! his old enstomera and the public u.general thai .r
days. ,
REVIEWS. These Drops perfectly similate the flavor of the : he has on hand !n addition to the"..e,
Fruit. For sale System Adopted
As the sweet flower that scents the morn, mIlE undersigned has been duly authorized by by A FULL (AND BY HIMSELF"iiAtiErittLf
lint withers in the rising day JL LEONARD bcorr, Esq., to receive orders and SUBSCRIBERS havE entered into eo- '. of SELECTED) STOCK OF DaY GOODS
Thug lovely was this infant's dawn March IS Savannah. THE STORE, of the Subscriber, in the city ,
for the British Reviews
receipt subscriptions to for the of carrying on of almost '
Thus swiftly fled its life pnepose every quality and ;suited for life

'---. --.- ---. -.-away.- consisting of Lrage sale of Public Lands in Flo the above business and are'prepared to make HAVING just received and opened nry large SOUTHERN M11tft.His .- .
-- Tlte London Quarterly Review, sales either oa consignment or at auction (one of Stock of Goods, selected with .
MARINE NEWS. The Edinburg Review rida. the firm being an auctioneer.) Both of the firm express reference to the demands of this Market. stock consists of a well seleeted assortmenk,

The North British Review, la hereby given, that the under are well acqnanted with the merchants and citi- 1 take pleasure in informing the citizens of this of Staple,Dry andjsricyCoOdsE.dy KacW
TORT OF JACKSONVILLE.Arrived Notice Will in pursuance of law, offer at zeus of the interior,which gives them the advantage place and surrounding country that they are now Clothing Ciatler,ttlrdware &o &ber with Croez

The Westminster Review, public auction before the Court House door, in of making ready sales of any goode or merchandize ready for sale, at remarkably iow rates for CAbH ke .",Glassware in ,Boob and Shoes Hats and Caps,

AND the; several counties, as hereinafter stated, the following which may be sent to them on consign only! An enumeration of the multitudinous articles Saddlery; ibort every variety of Goods niuaUV
'aITh 31 Sch Gen Worth, P1ie1p Pht1. Bladcwooct's' Edinburg Maga ine. valuable lands, located by State authority ment. with which my Store is supplied is :deemed kept in a Dry Goods Store,

April. 2 Sdi Alexander 1\1, Perry New York. TERMS : as part of the grant of Congress to said State, They will give their attention to making good unnecessary : suffice it to say that I have everything AH kind of eolmtry prodoet tale id eXchanrt

3 Brig.. :USa.tl L dwig. I1&ting, lloilton. For any one of the four Reviews, $3 00 per ann. for purposes of internal improvement. These and immediate sales. They would respectfully solicit (save dry goods) desired In the way of for Goods at the highest market prices.

.4 5 Lafayette, Clifford, Boston. For any two, do. 5 00 ands were, in good part, selected immediately patronage from merchants and tradesmen of Family supplier H.T. TITUS. AD the Goods wfll be sold upon very reasonabJ
6 Louis Walsh, Leland New York. For any three, do. 7 00 after the completion ot the U. S. surveys, and are other cities, who wish to sell goeds in our market. Jacksonville. Fla., Feb.19,182.tf.E.L.HiE.EISOK&CO.. &. Customers would do well to taD and'examine
.4 7 Sch Denmark, MeCobb, New York. For all four ofthe Reviews, 8 00 believed to embrace some of the best in the State Any business in their line will be promptly: At for themselves beforpureharing elsewhere

."' 7 B A Lnfts Kinner. New York. For Blackwood'a Magazine 3 00 for the production of corn, cotton sugar, tobacco tended. he being rally assured that none will go away..-
7"1 Advent. Gomes, Key West. For Blarkwood and three Reviews 9 00 ,and tropical fruits-and others finely adapted GEORGE H. SMITH, stated a*regards the goods and the price* askd
8 M Geo M Robertson, Claggett Bait. For Blackwood and four Reviews 10 00 to the Turpentine and Lumber business. 'The JOHN W. PRICE. ON BAY STREET, FRONTING LED-. for them.. MORRIS KEIL.

"co 8 Steamer Florida Coxetter Charleston. PATMB5TS TO BE MADE 15 ALL OASES IN ADVA3CE.CLrEBIXG. land will be offered in half-eighths: i i nncES.-A M Reed. Fernandez, Bisbee WITH'S BRICK BUILDING, CoynerOean&&i3j.JachsontiiINov.131851 .-' ,
10 Sch Waterloo Lewis, Wiscasset. Afres.r & Co.,R Boulter & Co., Samuel Willamsy Alsop JACKSONVILLE PWUIDIi I tt.; '
: 12th & Jacksonville Boston & J A La- --,- '-CQ-'
Cleared Fur of all of the JeftrtoH couiUy, on Monday, Bours ; Gnnby, ,
copies or
March 31 Brig Huntress Wellar, Havana. any above works April 1852 about 26,640 roche E M Moore &\., Seaborn Goodall Savannah. rimE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully1. '.inform State, of Florida, Southern Clrcvlt., K.x
will be
sent to
April 2 Sch Arcade Milliken New York. ular subscription one for three-the on payment fourth of the reg Maditan, Monday, 19th, 65,560 .. -' Jan 151852. tf. *. 5 Brig J oann, Tyler' Martinique. COPT being Hamilton, Monday,26th, 2,440 I have established themselves:in the mercantilE Edwin ddd; .-
.4 7 Soh E H Nash White New York. gratis. Florida DREW Columbia, Monday 3d May 3,120 New Goods !I New Goods !! .business in this place and are now reoeiT 1II'and I: 'TI'. ;: .r y

8 Brig Georgian Gilchrist, Belfast. tf Republican Office Alackua Wednesday 5th May, 9,520 i opening at the stand above namEd, a full assort- Ann E. G.yruz, J -- ,
AprilS- Jacksonville. v j; <
10th 20.480 eAt Wholesale and Retail.- tteiit consisting of Dry Goods; Fancy Articles
8 Sch Mayflower. Allen, Matanzas. Levy Monday BILL 15 CHAXCXKY F'OK Divoici,_ (j in.fjCf
10 Seh Mary Isabella Martin Baltimore. Paper Hanging Depot, Mono, Monday, 17th Slay, 68.SIO RECEIVED;direct't from New York: a :Groceries/Hardware,Boots; Shoes Hate Cape CHAMBERS. .",
12 II Chase \" ..44 Hertiando (Benton,) Monday, JUST Bonnets, &e. &c.. with every-vazietofgoodausually '
Brig LuCy ,Byard Navy Bay Courtlandlastrtet,1\ew-YQrk opposite Assortment Fashionable Spring Which appearing to the satisfaction u. Conrti
kept in a Dry Goods Store. .. r
-- Ihe Merchant Hotel. 24th May, ,- Dress Goods, of French.' British, and American i sale be that the said bill ba been fifed and by des
fC offer for as cheap, as they can
Iimbaro\Saturday,29th May, 4,$00TERMS. in they that the said Ann E. .sntof
auengen. Croton Manufacture comprising part- proof Guyna resides
Manufacturing Company ( at establishment in iBe Stfatbern
Per steamer Florida, from Charleston via Savannah TIlE under the General Manufacturing organ Law .-Cne-fourth cash; the other three- French oil col d Ginghams Anierie&n do. their any entire stock having beenselected this State,to wit i at Spanish Wells ODe -of thRaiha

-Mira Whitney, Miss Pinkham, P. Ar- ofthe State of New-York) offers at wholesale, in fourths payable in three equal annual instalments French EnglL-b, and American Prints; country by one of; the firm,with much care and attention 'it Islands;it is ordered'that the said Ann

ban Lady and servant Captain Taylor Lady, quantities to suit purchasers,at M.wp'CTUJtEU' with interest in advance. Or,if any purchaser Furniture Chintz, Fig'd and Plain Lawns' and with a particularly to this market they E.Gnynn appear,and pleads Answer, -or defend
child and servant James hineaid J. T. Meln- LOWEST PRICES, for cash or approved credit prefer it, five per cent. will be deducted and Muslins,' r" i. fatter themselvesthat they wiU be enabled to against said biD on er.Wore tk 4lnt Moadayin*

tosh, Dr. Porter W. H. Campbell, W. B. Joor, Paper Hangings, of every variety of styleand>* from the credit instalments upon the payment ol h"* Do. Jackonets, Plain and Fig'd. SwisaMnaCanibi"and give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them November next. In default of whiah said aj ear-
the time sale
C.?l. Funnan, T. Stark,James Key, J. J. Key, price. the whole purchase. money at with tfieir patronage, both as to the prices and anee,the said bin wOl be taken praam ssoagaiut
C. Sears T. H. Mason N. M. Porter. W. P. Borders to matcfl. DAVID S. WAITER,, ckoneU plain and cheeked, .1.qrftfHty of Self goods. <': ., ; i her,Jll'tided that a copy of this order be pub-'
O'Hara J.A. Scott Register of Public Lands for the State of Fla. Silk Tissues, rich pattern Iwhed in some public of this State.lor"
W.G. very
McKay..1.J.Knight, Fire Board Prints in great variety, 'Fig'd: Berages I The 'Subscriber will beT constantly celvI newspaper
It. Sabate D. Johnston W. Tallahassee, December 16,1851.Notice -- *; I the of six months before the said first Mon-
Murray, and L. H. Transparent Window Shades.Oil big sitth ftdditiong their Stock as the state.'of space
&nl-3m : _, _. mde'laek Silk Maraeline 's November of'safe
Bedford. Painted Window Shades. $ ; ,Tery cheap; ; the market nay:require add hdvins made ar- day IB JrOidecUha& a .eqpy
Consignees.Per and Florence Silks of every color, bill smft bT thU frder;shall-be' personally
Wide Window Curtain Papers, and / tan n1enta in New York, otders can m atipplied
steamer Florida from Charleston via Sa. Window Shade Fixtures CLASSICAL- AND ENGLISH* 1NSTIJL Crape Shawls plain and embroidered ,.. at the ehottest possible noU e. .- served upon or fleHtered to her then she is hereby
vannah-Belleehasse ft Finegan S. mIlE, Pans Kid Gloves,Black and col'd Lace. UI ordere4 to appear. send plead,answer, or defend1against
Bnffiington, Oftbe latest styles and superior finish aH of their inst. Hides;TaOow Beeswax,-and Buck.1ti11
TUTE will 19th in ;
: on Monday, .
11. P. ft J. open Do Silk and Lisle1 Gloves said bill Ant rule
1. the after.three
Daniel J. E. Townsend 1'. G. own manufacture and importation. As their stockis : be received in exchange for -: ,on day:
the Col. I. D. gdoVW. -
erected by :*"
new Building recently
Myers J. H. and Lind PoKa Gaiters," months after tile said sErvice delivery fa default
McHory, KeHoy Capron. large and entirely new, they invite Merchants Jenny Friends and customers are reapEctfuhfyidlfcltejto or
Hart, Jacksonville Fla. The Subscriber has also 9* ; Gatterr- .
Bronie-tippCd Bootees Opera ,- wbereof WI AId biB will 1M takea pr.caoftsso -
Booksellers and dealers in these articles, to call procured the service of Madam Des Rochet, ,e< and examine. this stock before'poiefiaslng '
I. Ties Buakiu & ,.. cgaim her at last mentioned rule
Slippers, e. dy
Single -
.Arrival BuJXihgton and examine their and whenever E. L. HARRISON -
at Ut styles
IIou prices elsewhere; .
c. they in the Female Department,.and feels great coda 'The mist approved style Of Spring Bonnets I. JOS.B. LANCASTER ..
visit the city.Country --I.P.SAN DERSiN.
in various branches .
dence that her instructions the '
Hats Silk Bonnets Sontbem
Io.Vhildrcn richlytrimmed Judge. 'r
B. BCFJIKGTON, PJIOPBIETO Merchants can examine this stock from of education, including Music will exeroue a :. and of the latest fashion; .September 1,1851. .< tf. i' State'of Florida.,' .ti

6 o'clock in the morning till 10 o'clock in the highly satisfactory influence upon the pupils,.on- '" 'French Flowew.rfcji. Bonnet.Ribbon y.- ,. i ,Key: West,April 3,1851. 'i
evening. SELLING OFF
W. ,
April 7. W.Holt Aurusta. derhercharge.
N. Mtehefl, Batt. E.D. Tracy l4aaoaa. New-York, March t, 1852. April Jacksonville... 22, .-.. PrincipaL .''. Wear : Winter'Stock' at'Reduced Prices '1 CERTIFY the above to be st tffle copy:.
.Boots Gaiters, and Shoes ... the Original DOW OD l1e ID CJf'icf. -
G.H.Clark N. Y Mr.Willia.rnI >-'-'
J. Parsellg do. E. R. Jns S.C. Notice dil. Tallow Grease, and Ohio Ready made. Clothing,a splendid assortment, FOR. CASH.. ONLY. J.31;1L\Cr w L46.. .,
Florid& WEEKS hereof shall .
after date apply to '
T. So SIX come ierjne. /._ .,,-!! .. -- Clerk ] C.c..
Ayes do. April 9. Hon. the Judge of Probate of Columbia Mineral Paint Country merchants supplied for wish, ems KeyWestApil3,1S31.jdy ni.
T. Vanee St.M&r'J". T.H. Redfield N. Y. 75 -. '. W'Barten, -
county for Letters of Administration oa the estate 300'Barrels Machinery Oil, price" centspergilldfl. equal to New York pried.ne'country puUifi
CltZi'etto of
.Apnl 8. 4_ 11. of William Colman deceased. .. : respectfully inform "
can examine Gddand WOULD
solicited to and prices,
are .
w. U. Jeor. Chac1el'D S. Pate Ga. .and the vicinity that he is ColnmMaOoimtyTazOoUectbzBSalaBY. /
Mason JOHN E. COLMAN/ 2/600 gallons same; 75 cent in"casks of various the Dric1f Cash Stolt. .. -
W. H. Canipbefl de Mr. Johnston now selling off hia present stock of EaH and Winter .
Alligator, MarcJ.3L Api. -ft. siws. u -. I'B. nlER.M.AN; ,rhe of authority rested fat ne ky law.
L B. Gibbs Lady and '. _. Dry Goods at exceedingly low price to tfakeroom'fora'fresh'rtptfryorSpring ,
.Apnl12. 200 barrels boiled Faint Oil 55 eta per gal. - elpcfte for sate in ,front of the CourtHouse
two ebildreD F. C.llumphreya Tax Collector's Sale 16px gallons do dodo, 'do and Summer attor of Columbia County,On the ant Monday -
: J NJtt : ,
Mm. virtue of the vested in Law f : Goods his present btoel Consists In part of
Mayport me
St. Aapitine. BY power fcy in casks of-vanons siies. of June, 1852 the following described'trafet
1. S. Carter, Ne1l'Dania.IL:M. Madison do. shall expose for sale before the Court House 350 barrel Tanners' Oil various kinds: and milE Sab n.beg::lekve to inform their v -English and French Merrano< CaAurieres; D- or parcel oT land ttrfar I in lAid maty;en- the

1iDe. Mr. Bigslow.Lady and door, in the town of Jacksonville, county of Du- .qualities from 35 to 60 cents per gaL JL fri 1rdlud tile public generalry;that baring Lames. Abaeeas;White ft Col'dFLtnriefe,Cotton Snwannee river near Livingston Ferry OAoaid1

s.W. BurDett, do. Son Burlington, Vt. val, on the first Monday in June, 1852 between I,5(()gallons in'.casks of various axes,various Storehouse and Wharf ef their ownthy are. now ,. .Flannels Furniture.Calicoes,Col'd Cambrics. ,river,containing 400 acres, owned by Amos Bih-r
J. T. Preut do. H.IAaTeDworth" Vt. the legal hours of sale, the following described kinds and qualities,from 35 to COi prepared to receive and forward all goods intres Super FfencK jukClcth. 1'C" ;- .ney or heirs,for Uxe dtU tht State and eoonV

property, or so much thereof as will pay the State cents per gallon -.- .- ted W their care;Ire of charges.' Merchants and Sattinetts Kentucky Je mt. : for thE f year ISJli Stale and eomnly tax tit!'

NEW HACK LINE and County.Taxes due thereon for the yeaf 1851, 50 tons tallow grease',.for heavy bearing's,' planters will find it;to:their;advantage to.ship ; "Silk Bonne"Rlb1ioU"Blk.SIlk', ," .' La--i .. .J.T.WRlGllT.-:
towiti this channel ai we are determined to try ees&a. : ; Sheriff
in barrel through i Ex officio Tax CTtoTj
and.coarse or
From Alligator to Ocala Florida Five hundred and twenty-eight acres of Land, casks of .consistency required. and inve;'satisfaction' to.'alL .iThose'shippnig Shawls and Scarf-White Onnterpaines-;dd. AWif.b'r, Dec.13,1831. 'u decl84d.
situate any Savannah &. will please give Embroidered Curtain Muslins Worsted Hosiery, )
lying and being in the swamp of Big Price 6 cents pound. through from '. :
'fSfeafcLfr The subscriber late this metiod Pottebnrg Creek" and It numbered as' Section.. ,150 tons Ohio Mineral per Paint,In-barrel* at orders to have their goods landed on>our wharf; Silk- .ManW1a.i' '; ;: Notice '"tiS
XSZu e2t of informing the public that b*ha Fifty-one open the Plat of Townsh!p Three South the lowest market prim. :. his will ingot their being pot to no:expense at. ALSO
sww.MicoBuful operation vpoa this romte,eont- rangv Twenty-seven East in the omot of the enrOi warranted not to chill- ; .. -the A.liL :Boots ft Sbdei-'India RubbfSh6da,Merino NOTICE Is hereby P'e dor's.ttW
: fortable and cafe two-bon HACKS which ran Surveyor General of Florid' Said Land being L weather ,and f1 TniJBarge Same Lodoik iCsi t; Gray, sikte ft drawers-Cotton-d fio, UmbrtDas- Car- for Stoek tt the i'IOP14ilAt1an$

ia eonoectio with UM Emjtera and Western owned by the. heirs Francis Goodwin,or owner oi, ). considered by thoseueingjt"DOlld ] will eo'IItiD..w na-!..betwewi.PJatkaarid pet Bags Blk silk ft Fur HaY, together, ,witit a. and Golf Central ,R .will,.,opaiwd itf
Stages from Alligator to ewnaamued to i unknown. URIAH BOWDENj sperm Paint Od ,..Tt- ,Lm.e.l Oil-'. Other. j- : Saver Springs. :Forfreihtapp7.tb i large anortment of Faa tfoods. ; Jacksonville at the'ctp*?of J. W. Bnraot,,Es/:

Ocala Mfeanopy.. twi e a week; leaving Alii Tax Ass'r ft CoI'r D. Co. than for.white,. ,.'.. .' ,\ the1 Captain on board or to-Rnsignol: ,GrFj, -- aebnnillej Fe ..6 l83." :.'m" < on.the 2Cth. ,. iut. JOHN S.SAMM1S, _
'gator on Mondays and Thursday, upon the arrival Jacksonville Fla.,No,. 6, 1851. 15-td '_I am constantly- friDg large supplies of ttiel, .: ;AU letters on bnfateas' most be post.ywid. .. :A. MJtEE1U

of the Eastern Stages and run through to ; above named articles and motto -'Small ,RoSS1GrOL&G1tkYzj'aletkajNov4 a 1 -N'bUca .. ., :ConfiniBBflnm'.

Ocala so as to connect the Stage from Palatka to i J. ncRobert Baker profit and quick return.? my. .J. is, > 186IJJ. .: .. .i' ,20-2m. j ;tfctfttaf after date 1 will'prttent .myi* -. .Jaeu0atdM/Fev.- | ] .. '_ '.:.. .
Tampa Bay on Tuesday and Friday nights F. PON1), count alAonilnirtrator of the Estate of W i m. : ;
La. ,
He would further assure passengers who may A TTORffEr_Co"UNSELLOR'.A7'LAW. 56- Water st..(-under UM Pearl at.House,") -: ThOteatherTHORN will JobnQndeeea, to.tbe Uo,Judg of Probate 4. ?ioTti. %-

take his line at Alligator or Ocala that, if the'desire 'JiCtSOSTILLEi E;'FlA.Abo j..t852.: ,New York. ./1-;JLeaTft: aekMnvniftv 'e ery, for Colombia county and ask.;,a final,ae ttlement fT\HE Subscriber win tok if' r sItar*
to proceed to Black 1
on shall ssndandOfflh7dia1AamnIstratoi
they DeWi', at'8'L'"m: foY'-EnUrtrisd, and aHowane of the BoarderHis KoWoiioallbe eomfortabl
of 'tie orahjg
be for following Saturaay
accommodated with comfortable JIaId Eat&t
: at reasonable rate of far,as if the line conveyance continue States of the Uninnt. ," Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. tofaetiag at Fic lata at4 past 12 p.m tod leave "ehar"e" .o.iGREEN.'OH'SON.fro l tho admint.t.rulon.r ..: ; Ilia TaMe ball be infefiw to 8 for the.tnaxand.r >

through to that Maine be1 VIRTUE in'me Filatka Monday,at 8 a. m4 arrive at Enterpriseat : ;. ery atteatioB "paid, to the eomfcjt anti
point. wue. Georgia, authority bylaw rest Y' -- 1L SMITH
Every attention within Vermont .. BY --I will -forsale', or before Tuesday, 10 p.DU; J..ea..amo day .fHo_ L: i : bealL&ofhiipstrco& G
his power, as to the .Maryland, Alabama, expose in front tf tit then Wednesday _' ; .It. J'L !6m.SIX Ja.cbonvmeNoYa tSS SL tt.
. 'comfort of l>asengers and the safety of bag Massachusetts, .Virginia, Mississippi < Court House door of Nassau county on the first at I-p.-molor Pilatka, arriving -. .
,at 2
fFicolata ,
gag*. wiD be rendered and he most respectfully New York, ,North Carolina Texas.. Monday of Jane;,1852' the fallowing described .mominKagaia touching p.m.andarrsre.a : i. ;1 ot1 e.

obciUashanoftlMpubliepatonage.T Pennsylvania, ;South Carolina. tracts. or parcels of land situated In aid county $Jacksonville ame the day.Wapaa river.T : MONTHS afterdate I shell present C my *.- : ) ',(Machine aid Ac) ..::,
ChARLES FITCHETT.. merSI-TSZ-tf" ; One tract containing 250 April 7,1852., 15 4 of Mr. John Higginbothanl IFor ofreigappboukesr&c G. OF'auperi ,. .lliliMim-iii
John the
r m. I onajrwamp .P. :- &daya that theiTHOployed ."cit'' the Estate.of, .deceased, late of vAUxg :
NEW SUPPLES called Little Mills another. tract lying ori Funk a Jacksonville -willslje.iippropiated;fortowinCTesseb Monroe county tothe Hon.Judge of Probate of o&.1 andregnhmtyettheniyliea/wiitWkeT*
To Druggist, : Swamp, containing 230 acre-; :These lands are iriveiorvror. Monr0e 0aatr,and shall at sam tims applytto liafly onL ready M be fkraUbeofftf order.
: ApolJiecarut" ;:JDSf.BECEIJED. ct d.by'*urvey r.M belonging Sanch'e IIt) to sesuor j Aid Court for a discharge front said Adminltratiop and will b*sold lower.tbaa ft can to netted by

Perfumers Confectioners, ,Patent the.schooner Blooming Youth, and are. sold for taxes. due from &o.< Taxes. 3ae ,"winf. "-1'.I"cr'1".hJS-'l-"M. ,.1'eu.19, J85S.8atJ'. of sild4il '' n.:' :: hand.'-The subscriber wfll gite the strictest at-

Medicine Factors, and Dealers in .By the subscribers have just received the BUtet. -"'" ,ft """''' ..1,l',.. _.' _. "._ii.'" "O. ,; pe-eons interested. an desired,io-take J1Oa"Uee.f caUofl Oiat. t&tfjrork wfjf bV'dooe-.," "
" Toilet an fancy Articles.; direct from Baltimore, :'1tA.I1IJOClf' .:- .. :_N1OIIOi&S.5MID11A4ifly, m "t1riM Cctr''
t- '. rIw 'PR.tCTIcAI.tDV1flu; ," .r.'C m. 1 Corn, Flour; -I"aodCl- -,. 'TuCottkt... i ExadCakePIe B k ., Tr..w. C,".NaY..1.18$1;_c:''" ,-'-'.": 6m.NotieI. .. 1(0).:" '_ -JU T cMULa a

.L' pcndiom ef*ver On Hundred.Recipes for Lard,ia small firkinf and.pails. ,.forfam-' -' .;flOY27M$, _i. r-- r aISI,M bifotti the Pnbli*that we han made j 'p 'tI.. .: 'i1 Boutt St.Bowff*' ;Batze A _.,''*'r.t" .

i t" 8M .f JJrurrijte :Apothecaries,Perfumers, flyueBapeosilt ;' -- ,;-. ,," -..' ifh1preo s too; th6 teWti. and I the W1tt.E.'H7.ai_ m'W'.ha__. '. .: 't'

. CeafeetloneysIrstent' Medicinefactors,:,and l Hams Shoulder.', .*; : rfl'l1 Tax Collector'*.Sale.a FJti other":urchasers with '''.d :READ,; MONTHS of Afterdate the-Estate, of undersigned Thomas"Jone s4ntmistrator *,> Ju); !- "2I..,1._r -. .'_1, ,-. 'Ie__ .,'
; .
r DeaIert.T.art and Faay.&rtIcIe*; Edited by &, andlej.'_ -- VIRTUE thVpaweVfested'S. Uy\ rlE.a. sJr fif 1 1'W .
"". : JriIb Potatoes It ,, BY JD = < dee late of'Ala nffa countt; SUte.of Florf. 4 Notice. : -
Evinm Graduate and Member of the I shall.expose for sale before the Court { da1riD exhibit his oect'jtai vouchers.before -
Coller. ofPba BeetTongMt T- E- ."Ie' o t'I. fXM' jfRs &r"t.'I? ;
Beytn u.-eity' t New-York J House-dobf'the towa of Palatka wroBtyror .Zt.-4h5-Uttef" iirpnt rnr
And have ': : HwWraMe Judge of ProbiCte for said .county, !
.Also-The elebrated RetI ip* of Professor Wfl- on hand for sale every des rlpUoi of Putnam;on the first Monday in September,',_ qaa un.gel end pirayfor*final sctttannt ajad lkom :account.ao
Isrd for aak1nggu4 6oap at one sent er&hq pound, Famfly Groeerto*,and ammo other article inconstant between. the !egU hour*of OdlM, foll iu4'd. rr.'t.i JeCeired.u4 :. the aid estate.4'*'"*'**_a ** <.oM-O dlaehartflf* -. tt* i'rokk'V HattJKon co.aty.1utd atsTM -
-;, wLU wul bettor Ad.pi er1ritJiout labor demand to whkh 'they. 1vILtb. attention wibed propertyor 10 atach thereof "'-w pay' : .OGIlUDaan ot.be ue.;feel' war, tNl_.11..1'.-_w a." '..fie Z-AR D',11 AGIDI'. J. charged& n Sb.adsunistnato" ***** -
rbaclt weoff '
,.:t.haa 5fly either 8oap:eve JDaI1vaeta This of jmrchajers.: : the State and cotmtt'Taxes du*.thereon, for Ute. rld 1&'eWth.ing:r* 'b.!J1iUcI :' .. 'lt1. j.c. tUTELY9h1a"U1.0eL Susanaaa Lowe,lato.ft KarnitMn.OSdeIe $
.U times the pri efhebeokto D.1tcCUEN :* : t185ltCo1Ki"H.O acre' 8or.' ._I tLalla. 'qU1iti'" bi..nt.he eaeiWata..1dch. -10118h.1"&It.- ed.o. .; ct.i- J ,.
: any faa wortllFt. .,wholesale- lltclorthe lathe. -." 8tOreaezttoJ'.rusades u Bisbec, JcC.VB lit hyIng&D4 bei .r Section-.Of so make(hoUife a P l4zd,bolo f_ ._ _-1.s 'h--'-. ,-' .-' --. 4' .r.1.w 1 "
/ & 4., / ,March $ &KAdjalniftrator's :,". .bI1'OODUiu touaI the sfou ; ''fJ$1 ".Wnkr.
II1&eI&ate&.n.ft"" : y : Tonahff 1 8.tRn5 E.J_Section 87oCT.aahipih8i j tome : ,-.vnm 45'NOTJCE! / f' "
l" W.-LANDOD : -. 1 and Range 'an4' ection; which In the bands of. :perIan4B4erijssta > -t frr-f. jW18MITH ,

,"PrfIM 'IQO Nas n-rtwet; NJTi, .: .. N t1cet "t' *fToiftaiIV-2O) ,8..''pal..E.,;aa.j' tet.w 4. ..<'lnlm'Omiaio.": ou. ',J' IIIP. : .J1 'fr '; jABaZsh1p:. ersJguod.'as'Attorneys;extftiiig at;law between;baa been,th..Ldd <. "-"?,,,,'' iht.AUP.Ii1.ti .

It' ""t&' :Po'Dmoe.8t&aJll-eeclo WEIWraft Wi&mOtJib 1bt1''Hoa. \ BecOeo 88 IT:wnsb%>l k8 jmdRsmg* 21asid \.!'eeunariwo OJ.Q oM"t.f'i P'u.iDm.ft'.JWI'q.1.p..3t: 111,11._. dissolved by.mutual 4'OftMQ'M...Whit Smith tJ '_,J. ,'J.il.IU1'1C-&a, -" .. :..tf :.
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fc.1! will W.K elM CI wldek wiJ1' t1ii :".r""Ct..Prob: ( CousiiisoounTor Lau.bei.DJn\IIrB tb.pepeny -aflic. win attend to aUufiaished business. .- j :JeB G -- 'l1".
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tonupphIe1 : 5rficti
free of Ac1Jft i betU4cHardT.N.o. B.-F the .. -F- _.__ .. __ 1 .
part tbe u &atel. Letters 01 tb,,stati -*l> ** ** M.'WHIT SMITH, ." LA .q 4 1i'!':
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THE,Pi4iRWREPt im List of Offlce'rs of theState ofFlofida4 of Z< tterPoitt ga : mi yoar .
O. t" all those who be simllariraffiicted,
ntERS and to mndffrom .6fns'ei
," .. the United State, may
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.. nrivUS J'U1IUS TMT THt tSDAY.ATf .-. :"1\11 ( T.J OU!T Canada, from ".and alter,the. 30tb'Jane, i ;Yoursi fcfcv I BkJA3WDAVj* '
JaduonYll1e"IhiTal County;E.V.,b7jr : 181511. r'For ; ,. ; ; : .
at .
Attorney LawrWfllhereafterattend .
".CDLUMBUS DREW: ." q.. BROWN every tingle letter t.minnscript;,or' paper IE: !D .J .dIL :JACXSOWVTLIX Juni ri,18GL1
: ; f tbCicnitCitiIn nil t I' Secretary State CHARLES W. DOWNING, "of any kind upon which i information shall be Pear Sir* .e.UteIr.U..d of;1Ia1 _

.1'u1tS.-Three iDollan annum 'payable In the Southern Circuit. *, Attorney General; DAVID P.HOGUE. I uked or communicated in'writing, or-by,mark cJaint. thanki to you foronr'PINDIth(Loxy.
per. > cUe 'Court and theUiiltecl.' District Comptroller 'JOHN BEARD. or signs sent by mail,'the rates mentioned in the tJUSTAlt U the best I nave "aref DIed rot.'t '
::1s upon ordering the Paper. prme ,. : .sits. Treasurer; *WILLIAM HAYWARD. table shall be charged ; and for every,additional Q rnrnID H:iisease,& cI!f.e1 bapy SII,recommending It topnblic. the'

Subscriptions, if hot paid beforrtBe expiration Court for the Nort.hern'Diitrict Flonda Register State 'Lands;DAVID. WALKER..' half ounce;or frac&ionof' an ounce ,above the aI.J'1. ._ ;)

f of the,-car,are charged $4" IK time it devoief'exdtuiyely. to th Legal profusion Clerk Supreme' Court ROBT. S.:HAYWARD.' weight named in,this table an.additional-' tingle -- I EORO COULTER.:

Aaverttsementi will be'insetttd'at;'the following" ,. : .'JUDICIARY,. rate late be charged.2; "t TO THE'PUBJJKJ.Having '. po1nsuM.. -
: .

'tatest- : One Dollarpcr square (twelve lines) for Office (uu/iZ further notice) .in .'oekonve. ,* ,Supreme Court, Judges.- .. '.''Resilience. <,: ':"o'. .. i. tor several years-.,devoted' ,ranch BATOS:ISLAY.D'St.; ,August7 John's, Baaei 85l. '> .

the Ant;and Seventy-Fire Cents for every subsequent East Florida..marl2lt: i* . liberal .A. G. Bemmea -1 Associate-- I palach'a. .ill berbs ill
Adrertisers a and children
: insertion. Toyearly .. .. 0 ; roots ; peculiar my wer.dangeroualy with the P.7ftn-
: Hon. L:Ai Thompson -I' *, JTal'hna'e, ; '. 6f tery or Diarrhoea for.about sir weeks.( I
discount will be made. All transient Advertisements 'JAs'm. 'BAR, .: a'S J'iI to peninsularFlorida'the[ :proprietor ; \ triecl

r (except by perSons having a running account ; : :"V, 'Circuit'JtwfffM?: *-. -, 8 :.0. this medicine has acquired a knowledge in this lmott'ererything that generallyroaneff ihrdol1l
: I disease; but aUto no A friend
Westermi,. j Hon. Geo.S.Hawkini Apalach 't efreoL. ,111_.'
I with the office)most be paid for previous publication Alligator Columbia Co.East; :, Middle I I Wayles Baker TeVbasV -. ,. a5 .o. 5 branch which is rarely obtained .by those commended me to try your Medicine 'an.d. '
Ford I t. 0 whose object alone i is botanical discoveryand. DIAN 'LOXECUST.1* I 1
rr : 1.--- -.i I r Eastern Thomas Douglas Jacks'rlle :' -- llde"'lZI
I Jos. B..Lancaster K.'West V CJ classification. : happy to say that 1 J Bottles of it cured all
I i;.Pe2 sons at" o distance con govern their remit M WHIT SMIT.H Southern ,Z .0 E-4 ::0 : thre
James Ml Landrum Sol'r W. Cir; Ucheanna of mr children-hoping your valuable 'Medicinl
Until the'presentyea:} ; he has bad. ,no:
Px .
tances'for i'ertiiiigby the following rates WHEN Cts. Cts.Cts. Cts. become generally known
ATTORNEYS AT"LAW, Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir,. Quincy : PAm. botanical may ,so that all that mm"
L One square (twelve lines) published yx months ,Co. East Florida.OSSIAN .. John P. Sandereop, Sol'r E. Cir., 'Jacks'viHe. Weighing 1 01..or undrr being t ,' thought compounding a remedy be afflictedwith thi disease mar"..".,a certa
.izugatColumbia .. .. S 6 ',10' '15' bimself 'his.labors hiving n"'directed't 'W andAf'ere.med1; Yours _
fer' .- .. ,- .51000 Ossian BHurtSol'r. S. Cir., ,K. West single rates. : ... truly, ,
Over} os. and not over 1 01. v12 ,20 '30 the filling.or brders from abroad., 'JAMES LATUmR-.
: : Two squares for six months 15 00 ;B. HART Over I and not 9 18 80 45 To : -
COUNTY OFFICERS., oz. over 1J 01; The mahneMn which he'has been led,, to
'Illegal and other Business Cards,'per an. 10 00IoticestodebtoreandcredItors ATTORNFA.T Over 1|01:and not orer 2 o*.'12, 24 40 60 'PoIDJeUtACXSOmu.z.
700 LAW, [First name Judge of Probate; second name Clerkof Over 2 Os. md not .over 21 l,15., SOT' 'BO, 75 place himself, in his present position :s_as ,July 80851.
KEY.1VEST,:PI/A., Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name WHEN UCTAID.- ."* follows:.A.,personal friend .afflicted with Dear Sir, I hare tried yonrVerr ralnabla Me*

.. ; Application for letters administration,. 5 00 Practices in the United States and State Courts (whenever it occurs,'as in Gadsden. &o.) Tax Single ratijas; above f. ..-.r..5i; .10 i 'I015 Dysentery:having failed of obtaining';reflel uine for Diarrhoea and find it by far;the"best and

,.. Notice oF'Appllcattonf&r dissala5'Admiilisftator Assessor and. Collector. Over i and 1 1ft ,20, ,20 30 safest cure for this dangerous disease that I hava
; of the Southern District of F orida.J oz. :not over oz. from the regular faculty one day addressed
.. 'Circuit. Over 1 and lo ..15, SO 80 45 ever known or heard of. My little daughter,aged
$10 00 10tfJOHN Western 01 not over : "
-; him thus-?It is said. that every .soil..and about two years;had suffered and'
20 40, 40 60 long was
Post Over li os and not over 2 oz. : re
lri For announcement of candidates office 5 00 County. Charles'Officers.Escarabia N.Jordan 'Pensacoli Office. Over 2 ox. and not over 2& 01.!25 .50 50 75,; clime prod celt an antidote for diseases: pe duced to almost a skeleton;and r tried ''wirt bf
No annoaneemcnt will be made unless the same O.HATELY. if a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST"
ci; F. E. DeLarua .'- ct culiar to the locality; so, yon, with your and
the 30thJun 1851 the
Torz'-From and after ; it baa acted h'keebarm
be' the amount charged. ATTORNEY AT L.AW. a' the field and wood ; the'child'Ii now'improving
compan'cith F. DeLarua knowledge 'of mat
. mode of computing the rates upon .inland lettersi. and may be seen by thorn who do not be*
'i Editorial: notices for private benefit wilt be OFFICE NEWNANSVILLE- Santa Rosa John Chain MiltonUcheanna .letters from one office within the United knoof. :somelhing! .to relieve me.'! ? liere.. Respectfully .

: charped'donblc the rate of advertising. .' EAST FLORIDA.. E. S.Amos K States or Territories to.another and .also'upon The reply was, that he was acquaintedwith *. -* <***
Isaiah Cobb Jr.. letters between the United States and the'British Eo'PoinBet : ;
! Obituary.ttnd"Marriase notices willis the properties of some plants and roots o E51 .
Itclijrrons, '
; tf;
.cptJl be follows
ia to to
I North
.American provinces as
Walton Daniel McLeod which he believed would have' ST. NicHotA" Fla. 31
b'e putliihcd gratis.Communications. co Angus D. McKinnon wit Single rate, if not exceeding half an onnce ; the desired July ,1851.:7

must be post paid. n M. PEARSON, Wm. WMcCollum* double rate, if exceeding half an,ounce,' but not effectand; animated with friendship, he'set Dear Sir: This is tc certify that two Bottles! 'oV

1 Abner Baker Cerro Gordo exceeding an ounce ; treble rate,'exceeding. an about the preparation of a medicine immedi your Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECUST"
.TTORNEl.T LAw, Holmes ounce, but not exceeding an ounce and a.,half; The material baa permanently cured two of our Negroes of a se-
: HAS a' Martin W. Brett ately. was gathered by his
3.P.Sanderson1I removed to Jacksonville, '; and and so on charging an, additional rate ,for..every rare Diarrhoea. I take pleasure in recommendingrour

AND COUNSELLOR AT f.AWrHAYIXG "i practice In,the Eastern and Southern:Cir- Robt. R. Goldenca.. Hill additional hal ounce or fraction half ounce.'" own hands.and, then carefully compounded.It valuable Medicine being without doubt
I the Supreme Court,of the State and' in Washington'a -Norman-A.Campbell'John The mode of computing rates upon letters to was completely successful-the, cure was OUt of the best and safest remedies. for this diseasethat
removed his office'from Columbia cuit Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, effected The fame'of'this'.cure,, spreading I hare heard of or ae. n. Tow truly;'
Taborh .0 '
'a '
4i to Jacksonville, "Duval County I S. District Court fe tho Northern Djtric.of A. the British North American provinces excepted, among acircieoffiends!' induced frequent W. 0. MclNTYit'

. respectfully informs his friends that he will continue Florida. Feb. 19, I852.Hf.: Jackson'Calhoun Fred'k R. Pittman Marianna will remain as at present, under the act of3d To E: Poinsett. ,Esq

the practice of his profession, as formerly. 1 I' S. C. Bellamy' .""' March,1849, and agreeably to instructions appended applications for the medicine, until, to avoid JACKSOTVOLB, June'9th, 1851.'DcarSir'Ihave'uzedyonr .
I 'a James Griffin the trouble of making a preparation'eacb '
HOPKINS & BRAIIAM to the table of foreign postages. ; .
*' Indian Loxwust
l1a will attend at each' and Term ofthe U
I every Calvin Stephens- '
, I
at Law DIRECTIONS: time, a quantity was made op and rkeptonhand in my family and have found it very valuable
Attorney's ,
1' Circuit Court in the several Counties o i -OFFICE at PALATKA, E. Fla., 1C R. B.F.Evans Parker Blonntstown" 1st. Every letter or parcel, not.exceeding halfan to give ,away, without a thought of remedy for Diarrhoea. I take great pleasure io

the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of I Benj. '4'Franklin. ounce in weight;shall be deemed a single letteror accepting remuneration. More than one recommending;it to the. public. .
WILL practice in the Eastern Business Thos. J. Land ,
Cieut. Respectfully, J. E.T WNSEND..
: Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme I rate hundred effected. At .
cures were lengthbythe
., entrusted'to their care will be promptly attended Arch'd Bennett Apalachicola Egber Poinsett Esq.JACKSOHTILLE .
i 2d. AIrdrop-letters, or letters placed in .
Court at'Talla.htllsee. and the U. S. Court at St. any adVIce of friends and tired of the inroads .
to. February 19, 182.t it Sam'l W. Spencer_ post Office, not for transmission but for delivery Ei Fla.., May 17, $.
Alt business entrusted to his I __ I. .
care u. made his and he
Augustine. i time determinedto
shall be with the of upon purse, '
only, charged postage at rate
-Sarannah Republican please publish tf., and Dear Sin This may certify to you that I had
,' will receive prompt attention. i send their bill to this office. Middle Circuit.GMgdeim one cent each. ., manufacture"'the. medicine for sale, conscious negro girl suffering under a severe 'attack,of Di-a

. : Address-J. P. SANDEESO: Jacksonville, I Edward C. Lovo- Quincy 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation that what bad proved a blessing to a Brrhcea, and that the use of one bottle of your

i Dttval Count v, "Florida. j Joseph S. Baker II. D.PRACTITIONER 'a Robt C Lester 'Ia' 30th for June the last preceding fiscal year (ending the few, could not lose its virtues..from being preparation called Indian Loxecast" effectually
) did not exceed$200, send throughthe
may *
her .1 take
cured and would this
Samuel B. Love 'method of
tf offered to the many from recommending
Jan. ts
Jacksonville. 17.1830. mail all letters written by hImself and receive or having mercantile -
: I OF MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY tt- Hugh O. McLean'DavidW. Ce'Leon it as a very valuable Medicine. -
i ., through the mail all written communications price, instead of beiug gratuitous.This Yours f JOHN
. McQueen mcintosh, I Gwynn TallahasseeNewport. addressed to himself on his private busineii,which then,is the origin of- Mr. Egbert Foinsett.JACISOVILLE.
Office on the corner of Market and Forsyth ftft Oscar A. Myers shall not exceed in weight one half ounie, free of '
I I Blocker July 26 1331.
i Haley T. postage. This does not authorize them to frank .
. /' WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern 1 Streets,.opposite the Court House. John II. Rhodes f< any letters unless written by themselves, and on He does not enter the fie!J as a competitorfor Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with

. : Circuit; the United States District Court at St. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ttWakulla Wm. J. Council their private business only; nor does it authorize public favor in the ranks of. Quackery.He a severe Diarrhoea-so severe that I eouLl not attend

. .- Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; Cct. 16, tf. ft Wm. W. Mound'a' ft them to receive free of postage any thing but has no dreams of, building up a splendid to my business. I was recommended to try
Abijah Hall 'a. written communications addressed to themselves, your "INDIAN LOXECUST." I procured one
fortune from pills and potions. Yet be doe=
in of
Claims for citizens
j and prosecute any part BOSTON & 4' Alfonso R. Comb's and on their private business Bottle of it. At the same time 'wo.memben otm's'
.1'; Florida against the Government at Washington, JeffersonMadison Thomas J. Chace MonticclloCourtK not profess to be so disinterested, a philanthropist family were afflicted with the. same disease.

1 either before Congress or at the Departments. COTTON FACTORS a' Craven G. Fife Xeietpapcr Rates,per yuarternhen sent from as to offer his medicine for the.public We all used the medicine from the one Bottle.

k Jry- ADDRESS, Jacksonville East honda.r ANDGEXER.L a' Daniel T. Lenizo' ., the office of publication, to actual and bona fide. good alone. ,He wishes and bOdes to realize and I am now happy to inform you that. it curedus
u John Wooten a' tubtf.ribert: a fair return for his labor, expense all entirely. We are now all well and 'hearty
2. 1830 MERCHANTS. '
Mar Alex'r McDonald From after the 30th of June 1851, for each to which he has been from the use of only one Bottle of your Valuable
Corner Bay and Jefferson Streets .juso not three in subjected.He Medicine. 1 ours truly, ,
Saint R. Sessions newspaper exceeding ounces weight,
offers for "the ills that
James W. Bryant nonniversalremedy TIMOTHY HARRIS.
SAVANNAH GA. ftHamilton H. Patterson 'U the annexed rater per quarter are to be paid quarterly -
John "
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Robert McKinney a' in advance. These rates only'apply where flesh. is heir to," but simply claims to,,have To E.Poinsett,Esq. ,
1 1 JOHN BOSTON. JOHN H. 60NBY. the paper is sent from the office of publication to discovered a remedy in the vegetableking Mandarin Fla., Oct.' ,1851..

1 ;i Will attend to Professional business in the Courtsof October 30, 1831. tf. a' Henry J. Stewart Jasper.. actual and bona fide subscribers.'' dom for'a certain kind, 'of disease J. firmly Dear Sir-Some time since. I was on'a visit near

i.j* tho Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Fed- William Day U your place, and was'suddenly taken very sick.
: tttt Wm. J. J. Duncan believing that when he says it will care, he

: 1 oral Court for.the. Northern District of Florida. E. 31. MOORE, &CO. Jeremiah B. Smith ttAlligal. J.a. but speaks what the name of thaf1..medicioe Your friend Indian that I was Loxeeust visiting recommended.happened to have. a bottle 'Un

': fli:; ALSO AGENT GENERALCOIIT1TTSSION Eastern CiTcuit. i4" t1 tI .. purports in the nole-dialect-THE TRUTH of it in the house and I used it, and &akeflca-

: < for general Business in the State, respecting ? HERCHANTS AND ColumbiaAlachna 'Ceo.. Herbert torNewnansville -i4. I .g* sure in informing you that it cured
a.' ; i averse to having my name in print,but still,for
and location
I grants donations of lands and the FACTORS 'a S. Scarborough = ..s ? aS the benefit of those that be
I. may afflicted you caa
a' A.J.T. Wright I 'FOISEff' 'IIDIAN L LOEC ll T:
: selling
. 11-: or : (Smelts' Warehouse,) 'a Lawrence K. Mickler publish this. if yon think it necessary.
:ALSO AGENT Jew Yours with respect,
; Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Not .
i.' 219 Say-Street, Savannah Ga. A. M. CastonSaml THE ,MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE SUSANNAH HARTLEY.
over 50 miles 25 15 10 5 2J
J: .for the collection of Claims the United Russell tt 14 '
upon a'
Over 50 and not over REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF Dr E Poinsett, Jacksonville.Fla.

, : States for. Military or other services, pension, E. M.looRE. N. M.HARRIS. 'a ChasL.Wilson' 300 miles 5030105. 24 Grarelly Hill Oct.20, 1831.

4 applies furnished volunteers, and for horses or 2 185. tf. Duval Felix Livingston JacksonvilleMandarin.. Over 300, not over 1000 CHRONIC DIARRHOEA"AND Dear Sir:Your Indian Loxecnst a good med-
'a Isidore V. Garnie miles 754530 icine. Some time since I purchased bottle fromA
other property lost, for which the United States 15734
.. liable. LOUD &, GO, 'a Geo. H. Smith Over 1000,not over2000 M.Reed,Esq.,your agent,and gave it to one

. i Factors and Commission Merchant, 'a Uriah Bowden miles 100 60 ,40 20 10, 5 DYSENTERYWbich. of my negroes that had suffered very much ;from
A 'dress Jacksonville. East Florida. Nassau --- Over 2000,not over 4000 'a severe attack Dysentery. It cured him. Soon

' i, .SAVANNAH, GEORGIA, co C. C. Bessent Woodstock"Mills "miles 125 75 60 25 12i 61 .has ever been presented to the public. ''I afterwards I had another negro attacked with the
No. 118, Bay Street. 'a A. J. Braddock Over 4000 miles 150 90 same disease. I another bottle -
"'. ; : OSCAR HART, 60 30 15 7 i It stands upon its own merits, and needs no purchased. ', and it .
cured him also. ,, .
H ATTORNEY AT LAW."Office Strict attention will be given to the sale of Cot St. John's.'a Peter Gad Humphreys B. Dumas St.Angnstinett DIRECTIONS.1st. puffing... "lT HAS NOT FAILED TO CURE I do not'hesitate moment in recommending

.. upon.the Second floor at the Court-house, ton, or other produce,and liberal advances made a' 'RaphaelB.Canova K Weekly papers only, when sent as above IN'A SINGLE INTANCE.rI'UI1S 'your Indian Loxecnst to the public.as being the

'.. Forsyth street. when desired. stated are to be delivered free in the county where most certain remedy.for'Dysentery'' that I. have
JL R. Blanchard Palatka Valuable Is
Putnam preparation cOmpounded.L
S WILL practice in the several counties of the JOHN'4V.o: LOUD. :.r. H.LOUD., a' Stanislaus Glinskl .. they the published'mail over 50;miles.and this although, conveyedin from several medicinal roots growing in the ever use this d. or heard ofL: .If Your jou see truly proper, ,you can'publish

; 'Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the Jan. 22, 1852. ly. cc Robert T. Boyd 2d. New8pa containing not over 300 square wads of Florida. It-'ls 'PURELY and WHOLLY PRICE-

collection claims against the United States for Orange William Campbell EnterpriseMellonville inches, are to be charged one quarter the above Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonrffle-*
Henry A. Crane rates. of the, above disease. The Inventor and Proprietor '
. x. Military services, and for Horses lost, or other .OLLNER & POTTER itft :Elijah Watson 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to exchange is;fully convinced that' it-is an invaluable J Jacksonrffle e Flaii'Sepf.' 25,1851;

; .r t .property lost or destroyed by troops in said service. General merchants MarionJohn M. M Intosh itOcala free of postage,one copy of each number Medicine. In fact the test' that he has given it DrEPoinsett Sirr.This-is' to certify that r
tt and this in the town in which he resides,and:the aston have been permanently eared of a severe Diarrhoea.
for only
: "Abo,claims pensions disabled soldiers 'a Robert Bullock ; privilege extends.to newspapers
154 Front Street Corner Maiden Lane published in Canada. UlUng success with which it has met, warrants by.the use of your most valuable medicine called.
. he widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. StIr.New York, tt S. E> Helvenston Willis FlemmingtonOcala 4th. The weight of newspapers must be takenor him in raying that it-is a POSITIVE CURE. Indian Loxeenst after suffering for more'than 12'
Jesse M.
.. Also, claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers WILL attend promptly to all business entrustedto determined when they are in a dry state. lIe has 'hererore'come to the determination to months with that distressing disease. I take plea-

. and the widows and orphans deceased officers their care. Particular attention given to these Southern Circuit.ilhisboro' 5th. Postmasters are not entitled ,to receive place it within the reach'of all, knowing how many sure.in recommending your-mast valuable'' .medicine
suffer with this and often'dangerous to all similarly afflicted. .
free of under their very .
newspapers postage franking .
and' soldiers. of Cotton Lumber -
Timber and Simon Turman Tampa 1 '
Turpentine; privilege Disease, particularly,in the Southern and remain yours truly,
..Also,wilt| give: his attention to conveyancing, alsb to the purchase of goods. Martin Cunningham !'. 6th. Payment.in advance does not entitle the Western States. '- ;ArJ.JOHNSONS .
to examiug titles and records, and ascertaining ftJ-Liberal advancements made on consignments 'a Benj. J. Hagler party paying to any deduction from the above '-In purchasing' my 6C Indian-'Tjoitcnst" be Formerly of.Jacksonville,N-

Hernando Elias G.: Knight Spring Hill rates ** particular and look.for.m,.'written signature on .
F claims tolands. February 19. 1852.ly. .t Malcomb Peterson ,t i the label. '- .Curios FLA., Oe 6, 1851.

4 ,a .',';,AUWshies... entrusted to hini will. meet with 'ttt Nathan M. Moody Rate of Pottage to charged all ii1 tentNewspapers ... I refer the public below to a few certificates' Dear Sir One Bottle of yonr Loxecnst ha coma-
l I prompt attention; and all instruments of writingwill' K. 8. Ezekiel L. Selph and upon tooted from among-many received from respectable pletely cured one of mv. men of *long standing
other description -
DAGA every of.-Pri citizens of JaoksonrilleEGBERT.. obstinate Diarrh a.--From its complete and certain -
executed by Lim:with neatness and de- .. Monroe. Benjamin Sawyer Key West ted Matter except Newspapers and Periodicals, & .POINSETT., efficacy where all other.medicines had failed'i
4a James M. Bracewoll .
: .Vjiatch. published at interval not exceeding three month I:take recommending it' .aa' a.mOlL
s ', ( SOUTH ,) Robt. Clarke0' and the shoUld not ba without this Valuable '
. t .Jacbonille.lau.23. tf OF CLtrA. CAnOLU .. tent from office piMictition to actual I 'P. S/Planters raluable medicine. _Yours &o
INFORMS hu friends ad aepnaintanees of John Boylo and txma fide tubtcnbert. f' Medicine. Every family. ought ,to keep'.it : ,T. E.. BIJCXMAN..
. ;:' he will a visit on hand. V -I; ,ToDi. E.1'o 1 setL.
:'H: AQEHCT' to the State about, "rofeona *And officio Tax Assessor and C 1 ectar. kI.No.F '
-3p the 25th of will ex f' A. M. ,REED principal .ttgeu'fortJacsozt-. .
aUry i
; remain ,one'month" Will visit each 0 'i :s-;, rille. 4 i JacksonTffle'"NbT'l2,,JS51. ..
k ; WASHINGTON .aclnvi additional ounce, or 1! : '
'.; "' -i_._ -__ desire Ocala,his and services the adjoining counties., IS IY ,For the.Afflicted.OtJcI fractionofonounoe'f- 4, 1 i "I.'. '' Mr. E. Poinsett Dear Sir take pleasure fa
can obtain them :
i:4: ;.",.). William Kennaiigh, him by letter,t Ocala,or meet him by at that notifying point, : .SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes beyond the ten ounces' : 2: : i i.t : .i 'a 'TESTIMONIALS., expressing Loxictut aa to. you familymedicine.approbation, of I baveused your Indian it
.in this ___ ._ a
for th Ashthmatio table, an : il i. ./ ;I
or other designated of e and Consumptio: HepaU adr g ; : ':
wrh WJtLAKK'S HOTEL,"PENNSYLVANIA AVlt."WE..Contwucs'to'give ,. any practlble access. 1 1 with good success.., ;Yours respectfully
: ditional
will. :
Jan.152.lS5l-it. io Pills, derangements.of'he.Llvei.Spleen; rate e '.' o:3; SEVEN. ,CASES.CURED. !!, SW
id his prompt attention to the arvaBgemcat &o. Tonic Pilla charged, ; "' '
; ; and, Bitters for the, \ ; '? ; ;'l.tJ l ... r :
ii and prosecution of claims before Con AMERICAN AND'FO Antalgie Fills Ointments and Tinctures for the ---a.- <"l j'; .. JI': .t ...I':81X.MuECUriFr.4.. ; De.9ISbL Jacksonville, Nor,17,1851.

e"o;< .'Apr of the Executive Departments.- REIGN relief if Nephutic,Utarine,Rheumatiq and gouty .c .'- 0..15. '_ 0 ,0 1rIr"P i llett- ." .- Mr Poinsett This:'wiU' inform' yon that for
; AGENCY pains .P lUtetme Pills, and Mixtures;for arresting ,,c- several I have-suffered much at different
Florida t k'Cta..Cts.1 cte.-: -ctL-Cts. SIR:,For the benefit of the s1ietq4'nu;cap years
Claims from the Revolutionary ,,
s. ariqtag
CITY OF ,V speedily, (cito,,Into et Jecunder.neueous and One ot.;or under' .1; 23 '4,6 publish the following F bare had sevou'cases..ofDiarrhea times from Chronio Diarrhoea i hare tried your

.. or Mexican wars; Invalid, Revolutionary Half- fTNDERthe ASllNGTOl"AARON other discharges from the urinary organs;r Sly p- Oval ,notover2os. '2 ,: "4' 6' .8f! :W ton my plantation'.this'season.t 'all ofwljich indian[ Loxeonst, and-receired an entire relief

sri; e7"irfr WidoJJ! ,PeusioDJ; Naval or Army;; J. PALMER direcin. York/ HAIOHT tic, for uterine and other Haemorrhages; Antihydropical tt.2" .44. -SVtS 6"0.9 ,:12"13 have been curei the use of your:m6st. and have no reoson" doubt its being permanent.
: Land or Scrip law of Feb. 11 INGTON and 1 WORTH Ointments Powders and Potions, for reducing :ft 3 "; 3t. ...4c"i'1:8 .(H" MW! '20 aluable medicine called Indian Loxecust. .,' J Believing it to ba[a duty which I ow.to. the af--

..rt Bounty Under ,. Orleans GAllRETTSON and SNETlEN'ofNe" dropsical swellings;,Cardiacal'Pills for 'ce .4 ce, .. 6.' ; 5' ,0 'I5 20'23 Yours respectfully.. /JOHN PRICE Jr. ieted,.;present you this certificate.which yon
y 1sp'prbu 10, iSIS; Arrearages of Pay and Attorneys diseases of the heart and purification of the blood' ; trc.,, a4s' .. I 'will .also
) of the United 5 't96"V! 6 tl2T" 18 ilU :3a( 7' can ruse as y.thmnproper.: say
- Mileagtt .due returning.. Volunteers; Claims for preme This lourt establishment formed States Alterative Pills,for renovation of.the constitution aa 6" c.f.\," ,7 J' 4 57.U If 21 23' 35 *;: 'fli'' STILL. ;, ANOTHER.' ($ that; in con versing with many who Kayo used your

'Horses lost 'and other Property destroyed : Ex- objects- for the tolowlng' ;,Antidy enteri -Pills f'or'dysenterr.'Ad. :{t'?c. ;;7 ; ; '.. ?V8 ? ,8. 16 24<182" 40 :'' ;' 5" (BiacltCreek"Fl,Feb.lsVi832L vv medicine, I:hive iot'fonndiiffioiwho, didnotira-
diarrhoea; Magic tlnctnrej and EmbrocatlonsV for ?. 44' IC 9 IC.. :eive relief.. .
9 9.a8 .27iS8f445
ti&' *Incurred'bj;?yolunteertrbe'fbri ieing-'jius. 1_ For the Court ; : Sir--Some time .inc:a 'pral tg''Jn Supreme of the speedy relief of'nerraus:.affection, especially IC, 11'T tar 1 '. .AJOHN-C.LEY?.
the 1t'! 9ml ." IV. '" fItf..20 ::3o4q' fiO ; wail "ery IU,1ndeil,with a Diarrhcea.reeortcd 1 k' / -
tltred;and received into service ; Waggonmas.and conducting those of females;,Disinfectant and 'Propll71lCtioWashe. Pastor AtsUjodist ChurchJacksonville.
business before several things nsua 7g1veiz..f the'
Congress. to :
: ?- Teamsters claims; Marines'sailors' 2. For the ., 'the former secure against infection and E 'DIRECTIONS. {<.*" Of them 'fe- so Tfue-Deo.:4th 1851.
,44 II prosecution and recovery of all claims the latter neutralizes by a-chemical'process,any tMaease bt none woujd Afford uny ., J'
: .c.. &0. in law or equity.against:the ,Unit be contagions cUl with which one chance to 'I 1. On every transient newspaper-!unsealed cir ,lief.i Your t ulAan-'Lozectist;was .recommended : Dr.E. Poinsett-rDeairSn-rrTlireopwts' a

.Having all the forms necessary for 'a, prOper lore Cngru.or the ; Depament tat or come.contact;)Colic Syrup,for may children;'Discutients Bular,.bandbifl'engrvIngpamphIeb' periodical,'" by aeyematpejtons : linade'Cp my mind try I',- Bottle of jour.towt rahiable-medicine called ln-.

of ,Governments.bort B.oa?of ;;:for.'-"'ellings pimples freckles, &o.; magazine; book and every ther1descriptiou. of :and am..veryBiijeure. ;lad I did so, M ond Bottlafefffected.: allan Lo has entirely relieved 180 eta sever*
J'I1sent.&tion J : claims together with the rules commissioners,. ., .t. .. .. t. Salvo tot sores;Unguents, for.itch,...cal ana / atioriif,' the ,S., Foritha.settlement of be- prepaid;according to thtf weight.? ,* : Iedicin, ,:ito'the.publiG. att ? .1rcheerfuIIT
I : governing different DepartBents y accounts wit: the bums to.;Collyria for sore eyes; Dentiefioea and. : yaluablej.; Ought, .to bel $n' medicine,to thosd similarly afflicted ,
1 ,La ia prepared to undertake all clatnuj'of'h&kinllsoever State; Treasuiy; War,.Navy, Pos .and Collntories, for.the teeth and (oou;>'and various 2.'" henever is 'aayprinted tcf ba'; matter on whlcb"tbepostage .! pnac\it ta, _.Dd.oeM i prderat, ., four- ... With respect yours&K.. -
Interior Departments,.and 'ob tho.remission required Jll"CpaiaJhaJl through ,, -
g. other remedies manufactured:to-/order!eo otodayfln4 re\iet." &y V ; ANDREWS.
; that may require the services of fines,penalties, and forfeitures for allegedviolations chemical and pathological;'pr1nciplo& universally the; inattebtloni of- stmastel'll,'otherwise be ; T ,ELUAH BI4vTo 'if y-y* s.l A 1 i r, ,'. ,

'4..'? .finjitney at this"place'.' s ,.of,th..revenue, of;..or'other: recognized by the!profession, generally kept lent without prepayment,the aamehsll" be charged ', DrE Plolnsett,. -u.t rlrtjft. :, ( -
p.t. :irlth double the above ratesf. -> f. 7 fii S 'lslaiia CottoriOius; .:'
Particutar attention'givcn to lwa- I ,. ., f hind at the Brick,:Ofaoe. jDlVBAJKEn, '
.l ,
i ;
the settle on .
; proper 4. For cUir iin''patent forVinrentlonsfrom opporite the Court House., ,. j.. ,. 3."Bound books afl&1areehibtpriited,matter,' g. 1;WAyo iiE'/E! :F.i AngustlSth; 1851; riIE'SUB1BE1 takes"tMs_opportanify

'f .e entofQuartermasteauuts. the from foreign Governments j i PRICE per bottUvphial box,&0..with,. directions wt- raighingjrw'82'ouncea'. ," shall' be- deemed ::'i't.Dt arSiri.This: i : win'infofni you 'that one' bottle' 'JLt to iaform th,.riyters ef.LoTpg:SUp.CoV.
it .u.c horges mederate. ,and regulated byjthe amount ,and procuring land "&ant.-d pensions for their use $l,00'PRESCRIPTthNS /' mailable.r matter.1 : .warit medicine, called tli D Aft.,LOixcr$T, has tons thai he Stffl i eon$nes the n mArt rntthe
:,eaimed! and tho extent of service required?'* under the 'various pnol"of"t United ;;. .? ia! extenso,, irithtmedf- published at'interrals'/iioi"1; ekceed- ,permanently cured ttro o( my negroes j 9t.a severe, lateR imprond:1t LL ORSE'GmS; u.

*f JAW commurilcations. to 'insure' InsertIon, 1must States .. ,-,, ; -j ,,_. cines,|5, in hand,,and from $5 to$.00 according lug: three to montblland sent from Limb office'ofpnblicatlon -' ittack ptiJysentery.-,:I-consider;it:excellent blean4slngleatbieflsu4 taotU tn .bl, tOh
, ., .. ;4-tf 5. For collections generally, embracing debts,. : to contract and the nature of the- to
L Iwjportpaid- 'deo';'. ', legacies, a.jnhe t.1 Ult.States the cure Is completed; or,Ju inouraUe cases,when in the ba charged last above with'on?'half the; %\montiSnea lura recommending: it-to the publioSt. :iFor tho teputatio*.of 4i5(Jins,.i>Wowing 'i J i"'i'Krroi

And forig : --iv; the relief promised is Afforded i .Special contracts table.and prepayment of a quar- ,,f:._,it i.Eespectfufly 1 Agents,.ot to those who.J. r*C ." ...
," 4 A.M"'L IlOYT & C: oDESCRIPTION 6. arhu tale of lan'ds any of made In chronio cases, when desired.i'. .f1: ter'spostAge'tb.reonrnmtl; all abe required. :: 1'S': ,. FEkNI14DZ. ; '.1
; the States or.Territories if theUnion, Orders from a distanoeit[with money enclosed, Periodicals pnbliahed*interrali *lor'mOT'than .-:: M.40 r.J- PQlAeeJ .f"<.. ; 4 AGE.'iTS '
: : lug moneys';'-on ''mortgage real adjlaD., will meet wlthpromnptattentton.- *- i" three znontms are ?.hared-'with the run rat which : ;""_.Ii .' tVui !l i1 ''P .

;t; -GEIEHAL LoMM1ssIo'MEIICII1S: .therein.' Forlnre'stmentr' "-'/,". "" ,' '-", '' ,;'..a.ok8. .liwTllo'. pi2J5I..1r .a Ett.., ... ". mustue'NOTB..l.1n prepaid.' therig On oi .Yt 74', lEJ ,..1fJvFALJ/.IX"I, T.Capt. B. R.:By thQwood, Beaufort,S..CBcott ... .
of fundi"In case fD
UJted':8t any naper, John's Beach! !ia. Feb. Bth,1852. : & DeVea-nx CharIeaten"S. C. i '
and State.stocks and loans, t' 11" priodieaI'pamphlet or other &Harr OealaJS '
printed matter a ,Florida. _
1. T ; .ui Jtulgpr: or ? .. fTison ,
r :
: nIJ.\GTON2
t .E\1a ;, denMthereon.'a.nd,'generally for the transaction -( .. paper ponnected'ItherewJthr-any'TnannscrJnV,Of Dear HavinguseCyourl.jno8t-yaluabIe ..Fernandei Bisbee & Co., JaosoioJ'ia..
;i'i Y., ;OF'AGiUCUL-! of all ;business'pertaining, *to'a'''law, loan,"and '> .rAcirjiQorviLi.E:EAST FLORIDA.' any kind liT Jrhich information shall be.'Gcffot .Medicine called IhdlatfLexecust with complete lC R. Dukes, PalatiaVEF.,: .

"..,5JjTUnALi: IMPLEMENTS 'AND'* bartcing agency.All' .-- *. rinHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the orcommWlJca in writing;or by marks or si g'AI. success in Inmrfamlly.TfeeJ; it duly I owe to yp a' r-S.iH6rt & Co:, Savaon hG..". '. ': ;
. 1 f A ll I MP V communications; postpaid, to- -JL,;'public in general that this House will be allcompleted .iha said newspaper. periodic ".mphM.pr oUt' .'and the pubUo to ini'brnt'1C1u that, myself and two. !. Sr L. Nib1ack k t.:
; ) f.: Ad.8 1 CO"i
m Messrs. Palmer& 'Amerc'and''ot.- and prepared for the reception of Boarders .. .printed matter.toomeasubleot to .lett; posti ge;. [children hare beencnred'of. severe 1Diarrhbi. 'timer&'Bar, : iS\oiro"F,L 1fJuIN
L -.L-_ _-.,j.13O, eign Agency; city'of. receive' by 'the' first;'4a3 of 'October,next,-having and n Is the..dqt1. tthe;. stlllutertr lll'" : with I&h o nothing else wuId glee u sh1ef.- t..untr ;,, !'f:1: : ,:., ''...
' G.e cia and French.Poo-ilill Stones: rusopus, prompt and faithful & WIngn. wi. sot five hundred feet front with piaizat front ,be; wrappers'and jsnyelopea from all printeAmater.and i Publish this 1f 10\1. .pre 't:1: ours. tJunt A' .Ca'- ".. ... "
: .Co1age'cmii1.mwll6tidg; ClothAlso, fC .r 'ALMEa&&EHEN'p and rear,'making i$comfortable at .House' ; pamphlets not charged with letter :. .1 'ii.- ''CIlA ; t3ii timid ; .* -

t11fl e tJ ot.pe North and So th,and edi ever *. omc .:6 C U P,1a.bt"CAPitol r l in the South jan4 will:be able'to): accommodate any for; the purpose of ascertaining'j whether.'postage rt,isipbROr '.. 'To Dr E Poinsett.; -_'::?"-' 2t t suscribett.'l .:Bq at AD B&t7SmItS e&it of Lb.
moderate OU
! : r Jny3. e ,.rO1 > 'Ii" .4 over one hundred ;rate* .wantini
'la1ftf. and flfty> -Ho .would onfteotednithlany
. Sn.andShiIPg'F. persona ;eucliiprinted
.. ; .. ,matter : 'es&vzLLiMay6th. 1831.Thi'ii'to Gins Gins .
x- ; MM. '. ,,7n --T-ir ; r r9uty' tayntora pardoalarly $ those the..South jr.in such ;.matter; a ,or repaired,plea < tOABTJIurts,. ..
: f b. : : : : o visiting acnag ,toy ;thinijfhich it .
; to .
J.tOI B for health would % certify t is.with mufihpleasure thatil or ..rtO .
jf' !1 9-I/ Lafld ,and the benefit of our delightful climate authonMorrequIjth8ohar f higher t' a ,
t" .. ,_ 4dGefleraI Agepcy tothe Publio that-I hare been : SLl4 'I .
1:4 announce effectqflycuredofLbe orgi.
: ha has had an eye to their especial.comfort,.,rate.of..jws.'' tbereon.. ,?f.. "NN., HALI .. -.' 4uan.5I85 /3 t1.A > .
J .J. ",' : Wasktutonm i 03LAND ,, ti' has made nu arrangementt &J 't"I- -" Postmaster.General distressing complalntcalledDyi.ni -T' .. ; ,.JaW6m1. .
r. ; to make all who .
A K mar '
OKftwMi FRAJoihi.& .
jvi.i .
lV7i ,po .
( 'L.
f tbeaMghly"recommended OfMr ,: .,. I :
t t
>> 1 TOSEJI ';',vA.L'" n'land give him *call comfortable and well cared for. ,- ,FOBT p"JCE.J1EP4JtTJIIQT. Jnne II,1851" > remedy; -l "
it :
; : PALMKSwrirr DkusLbw! 1o
.4l,1I. mMff \JD"I i; I ;b.-1 olnzett..jAJia4JQrted: to many t J p. -'v-Vu N t1ce."'
CO ThoT Ua4ia ;
% : NW ee at this j
'f 'f lIT cient's.tteuttoDoA SUgAgencyia .
Mii.Ltg&'C the -
'14' --r- -I
av '------ avail I
} ant of was induced his
a X.1 Hpusi'v1**'* v* ** : no : .tftutry rerypalatable OFFiC'.E
; ,lq t.fjl tuo'!". o,8oi. CLAIMS of officers tad toStuk& aged MAiSONRV.;:BRICkLAYINGptAspE.; and peat MdicbLe'int to my rnof TlIE J.ANIrSOtDIUS
ynal 11 .
y lBGI the W :SAMUELUFFINGTONrsetrj8 .
1., ; "".,.( ew r"DdoDCL fe PW* a?J? either of the VWf; ,44 'ING' .C; '- latkfaction'.was completely'nre4 within a.fe. t: FHESE7E'AL'WARF'8INCE

: I: ; lL.. McBa'EA WipgtPL :%-4U ,Jo whcbtbeV4itei wIth bare.beeD:.IaC'd; ;; it 51-;im.;;: 1'o'itzo&. -UNDBRSIGNEDOakel* tQJ'meth C of lays, and harp not\at troabUd slice with th t iOt5t44 1J M.Yllfllr{ ;
prth4WarY "GreurlBri'-. .4' l"M'L i.
tJ !Y.la. onU3b, : fj'.l5l2M'to'c ,-', .. lnfonnJbgtha pubUo that b.e.l'1 t doidU 10 much dreaded disease fut. .m_ e$ -%
ready Ac\
..n" of
: $ on'..11, tstei for i {JI.JT"'BY'IIJIVlOU. ; 'j i f Cqngreat;aOoert aid olr
\ am happy to aaTotber.immedJatgeurebaIe
- ;: ...JU. = riDetuoooW
IITfPLU$ 'pUSIONt'.t.ol"t znon1"i' : I "I'j kf (whoh&yera.iyadsttflZetto8QUNTLMD1ior
4 .
JOHWfA.iHASER Jant ,and,to :' ..r lb. &o. e "1l fUrnis I..ud.,: * sni4escrlpt1oqotbuIncss of O
: '1 DRUGITj requiring! 4lleD&01', wiCn,dedre4by fOXbO be .lays.,14 cbe ffullydd.my emits'A tor.tbej already
; penogl J.a widow
'THE' ged'fk tip
Attome1a.t Washington. For' proCUd ;SUBSCRIBER or j *,and minor ekildrenof UJOM.eoeaied
i04f; 'flrsughIon. 1'. '& Warrants, hU charge "m'jU. .!Iz ether i4 1-b Y1Drr.bentl1. peDea =r'tb. *ze ute 9r1o,wlthoqt ztra. b&rge.'fIUO U. i treat amount;of tesUmonyjWith regard' .! ,ara sl cs nUUed-4Tb Subscriber will
cases -Yblc.Modltue. dk&m
t'i, forri&I 'rtich.il1sp .A the.ebarg.wilt be prpOpiODta.t the nstiij,4 ,j ,f' ubOHouae;' Wotldns 1.et1pqwnLntmilitisens; .p1 J soksoavjIIdupbwpetent ; I' ,xccfuflyo. : ndfti aVe.'ISt4$;;awderata>> aomponsaUoq.
I4OI'FE1LS a.chanie. JlE .
: 1 wok-b.his ertpruted ; Wm
ot those .Harisnclj
: iIi1ftel11tl orl.keonseq "u ;--'t'- :':f..lIoft the P..tto l ot p ::IHe" l EPqinsqtEq lOf tntewt,d.i b.seapl.y'
.ttHV 1 obUroe"l.i ( ''Hi wWaloft4t1npnnecU" >'I'UhtAiiDt. or are il this time some five to tux rooms nno ou'ntod i, id1.to.oIUIIQf 9f the &.he "fOf Q.as inadditiormal t 1. : e4 laipublie.oe fot..Terall..la1a ezpersnoe

,.4 0. !Lan lfeth'i,Warranted Fresh Campb Garden, Attorneyin Florida, 'l'ho,maio.bt: mploled In sereral-of tha same,with fire'places.1j 1nil! Uoua l '1' fbct of kf4 q U "fj : 1.V 'twi4''J1ci i j.j,5"21, t.i :' matUrt.wUi anablftjhim to. afford jrreal
-cute dMou1dsj9rprnamsnLaf 'i fl. '.
,_ .w*<"'" Seeds Bounty,Land and Bother., claims, on terms which1 withI.cne hundred andftyrsi4 br.th.'POR'l also ulsst.g .1"I 't.f "',\tv 'f i1itlOi0 elalinaoUtf.arJLANK.ANDJH.Nfl.QNS -
OAikik'tft<*' .turnWzd.t94TZItS' 'a-Dea-Sirrlens1der1t" to-besmatter--qf.iju&i ,Miol UTe them deal of trouble
be wh
..P'. i may agreed upon; Letters (wbloh';thonld ba d rn.1 :Tho unders1gned-kAent : great
w t*aidf.inrec<.lTeliainealata'attonUonr., fel ; for Gen;'Scott'a torn horaa Coach'a dtw horse 111 N.B,oof.4o la knb"V1uaraay-h& bJ'4eh to> W'QtJII'QQ1baC I tha4 bft4 rla'baththunderqviolen ; ) d'i WhereIhe.obta1u nothing. >4
fill } : .t1 & ., ,."''' exldeno.Id a f 1f tbskill owp iJ.1P4t.t.t .
: OJ ., .,. 'awt 11_Ma.U.l1o.bothle.,1'00aIf scml.eek.- Pl1utog P tki1."l cl'' 'w.'ir '' '!/* **ff1T w/T r ,.twfl tdst.awiaz.Lt.prompt
y. B.MtLntMzieJAd ifwars fre.h .' I < r.rf.1' rt.flI .b. w woPhysicUns,anixeideredtma uB.bUiO
I7FoYbrprtIdularsapp' ht Oce ot workin; hat Un.. MafidaatUiit t. can rive' > r--i> & en\io-'e D8CWIor7Jen&1.-4
v4- and SAlaarloirjruieatt.tJatpurchased inthaA. .t R"PRn'l'TJ'NtGr11; .u.t' ,r th.3s41ontW.ILepulicn: and .jr.jf ,. t the imp4 laCt1cLt brgu modtra't.; 't. II do any work,i;t4 --* -'. i ;rl1eu 1iOqt. nitrujgni, ienI 1. b.iP" "l'tI'l'f'J6f.

8 e;& tor cash, appov"d dltrNer.2N1 :uKXATh'tZLCVTZD f'tr :.. :Y':2AMEs B.A8KW'ralstuJnuary :.: J:.J" ln ". ,n' ,._ J r i' tl'.up an'ho ot'retofy ob itUe't.liliwa. .A,p ENNaT.A 't

; : .' M., it THIS ornct.it :" 8.1' ... *Jick&dLMi Y 29.r Sf 11"" 1. 1 ar'INDQUCU51" and tn&ot'A .. I 'Ii""'" .h'tt'6, i.w.t''U
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