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 29, 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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f Improvement John's Bar. char with the sands washed from the bed beforethere'is sufficient force given to the under It anJh st i 'Baking'thecoast' toss- -- '- r'-------- ----.- ;
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i o erand meeting with the waters of theocean current to make it an'efficient aid in excavating .vy bfhichprf.&cbC"IS' th'uriii.sut-. of single sheep froBni.hlj. flock I ;:but, Fran &. N.O.PiesyuniApril Ist' ,

at a angle which have the effect the sands oftbis sand spit. ,'(crossing the I tendeist'who at ibat time, itel.teir.in.er more -.. ,
wi understood '
-In communication in for- now beat '
Mr. Editor: I a both to turn them from original course mouth,) so. as to make breach, through it, for vannab, and'ajrinvitationextended to Sa- bent.opo,h Buls II mer number of your paper, a suggestion was into the recurrent channel,'and the. passage of the waters of the river'; and Py.r.clU2fIwBught to him faih! RM W;wealth and t \ : '

mad* for imploring the St.'John's Bar by the their Telocity, so that the sands/held in sus when finally this' excavating process is fairly visit,.when be; induc him to pay usa '-.: rooghflnp-tn be: mpopwer.l li.gion About tbew'eW'shief' 'gfntCmzn5

} pneumatic system of driving; a pension wi be deposited upon the sides of under way, and we begin to hope.that'the acquainted' .ctuld.80n4mae himself *. maintain 'ourselves jjood and true .who bad recently! 'relumed from"Tehnntepr -
pie process the forming banks on either'side.Upon .- realization of our wishes are about to be accomplished will' exiting.t t 4of'the Catbolic placed] in our hands a Tonlme composed

t vhich has been successfully employed for the examination, all- this will 'be found to we'are doomed to see our expectationsdisappointed factafld' his'reprset ti Government ? notwithstandingyour'opinionandas.8 ?l\he icon.arji\ ,bengbut) of of. a number of J layers of parchment bound
last three or four years in Englnd under cir- exist. The inner or western bank of this channel by the tide again rising, and set- nc.Tbepj&cise : ,to.destrby.ihat Jaith ,inculcatedIn. together with brazen clasps] and presenting

cltnc similar to 1hat uit Gt tho bar of is that extensive .sand bank on the north ting across into the inlet, and diverting the mode of closing the..inlet,should be left, MA by ourfathersan4oe tolerant appearances i pf-great antiquity. .'' It waa obtained a
side of the river Fort waters of the into the same direction.- to the;selection"of pas
constituting George engineerwhose If from Indian
ri!er. This process Las not, far I 1:11 'a"competent. tors. we are deprived of bearing Divine an curate-there are tna
oa s D beach, which has been annually increasing, Thus; we have seen how these obstructions,are occupation bio!familiar Sdtvicthrnughyour will n1:such :in that part'of Mexico and' the

have been informed, e been introduced into and to such a degree a to be constantly encroaching produced during one portion of the tdt and ,vitt this kind' of business are Va a .whichiwejare we osier it as hwtory of it, as related by himself,'is this :

use iD this country, and although i is represented upon the river, forcing its bed over how inadequate for their removal are means ri modes, by.whi Eitcoad] ;: beiaccomplished '.. ., bound"t. w, reliKionslyandsmanfully -He said that be'had pl\rihuecUt from a

it upon the south bank, which is as constantly now in ,under existing circumstances. and the magnitude of the !leaving our depriva .
I being a cheap one, yet i presumed operation project tions rour conscience' and for native trader who once a rear was in the
upon which
washing away. The other, or seaward bank of But can nothing be done to obviate these not greater than has'been aclifeved, habit of '
to be attended with a considerable amouiit of by xiy-, you iwill have'one daytoanswer before visiting a ,city amonJ the mountains -
this recurrent channel, is a rim, or narrow Are we warranted proclaim' planters simply for 'ihe;paVpbu oft toward t
difculies' God- the south which !Is inhabited
in its and would be used rclii. : !
1 expense bank of sand, running across the mouth of the is no remedy if the facts ing their:waste:lands';for the '

: only in those situations where other methods river, extending around in a curved direction above related actually exist '! And if, there the inlet is,only from aneig ht y. ut"t return1. \to.ypurBill.;; ,..By anile] city exclusively.is Coaxehencingo by jAzteClJae, which name'in 'thV of lan-this
thto quarter. lately adopted in, he ;
that Talbot beach wbichconstitutes Synod Baltimore
I ar impracticable. Such was believed to be towards portion of is any doubt on this point, abundant proof of a mie. accomplishment of this we'are1 told by'the EitRevereiiI as Ruage of the tribe to which the curate belongS
the hank of the Inlet and to pr John Ti-
I the case at the mouth o oa river a the time be a mere prolongation of it. At,a point seems, how of their existence can be occasional furnished.and. Thereare irregular ject wiliotprobably have "the effe .. mon; Bishop of; the'-Kocese-of Bnflalo_ ho 'signified "the mystery of,the 1D UQ.iBins.

when the former proposition "1 made, and I ever, bearing W. 8. W. from the outer buoy of causes'operating at n mentioned;;alsoto ; Church or Cemetery is'to: be; ." within an inner'apartment of the
which have uniform effect
intervals a force eneerte
I hare full confidence that success would attend the St. John's, and a mile, or a mile awl a more water through the inland pas I except.:the property is grand temple of Coaxcheneingo are kept
hat to deepen the' Bar, and they may suggest a saetotheSt., ; John's a few miles above lathe about fifty volumes similar in
i the distant there is a depression of this sand Archbishop, Bishops. appearance to
application, means for accomplishing the pp; ethil" in
J i where at high waters the tides may pass' nnd remedy which shall be permanent. When its month, and improve the nuigatioD 0';' 'the'Doeese: *h re1sai1 properly situated I the one referred to, 'which it i i8 said by the

improvement could be obtained, and t.e itnpertance which might be termed a month of the inlet, the westerly winds have prevailed for a that channel, and also to more water And it is after the adoption 'of this rule that rrii t<;twepreserved 'front"',tbe "extensivecollection

of the project in its beneficial results did it not perform its office so imperfectly long period, the Bar has been through Nassau inlet, so that that Bar will you have thought to Bill of records known to have existed

I to the prosperity of Florida would warrant at very low waters it is nearly or quite passable deepened in some instances three and four also be deepened.' In any and every ooint be to the Legislature cause your! to in Mexico at the time of the 'conquest! and
presented -no doubt
: almost any amount of expense required for its from Fort George to Talbot beach ; but feet in a single tide. This has been explained of view, this project is deserving of our at to sanction your fearing some. which were destroyed by Cortez in the beat

taccomplislment. rim or narrow bank of sand is covered on- by the supposition that the watersof tention. .' at law.doing contestations of his intemperate zeal against the pagan-

ly by a .feet of water, and to all intents the river were driven by the wind with In conclusion, I have to tender acknowledgments It is a for ism of the Azter The volumes preservedat
But if a cheaper and 'as effectual a mode can nay be considered a continuation ot Talbot an increased velocity over the Bar. This to' for my important of this State grave to decide for. Legislature Coaxcheneingo are regarded as holy thing .

b discovered to bring about the same result, beach, and extending around across the channel -I explanation of the modus operandi! is in the information, Capt.Wiey Messrs. to .would not ; were your Bill and are only to be seen on days of great -

it of care will be a preferable cue. Since of the river, and has its terminus at the I main correct, and it has the two essential Johnson, Latimer, Lamee, Piot, Hous- trol pass and of only give immense you' the con- public rejoicing or solemnity. It was on an _

the former communication was made, and while bank south of the river. Upon this bank the elements of success, direction and force of ton, for their efficient aid in making extensive but a/so a possession an weaJt occasion of this kind that the Indian trader
srf and inside of it is the deep water without which be effected political power, s great 10I
: to inform the current, nothing can soundings, and for information of lads I could be elected to { succeeded in abstracting one of them.
endeavoring myself respecting the recurrent channel. We without
occupying are I person any JU11ctio
but there is also influencebrought This
negative volume which
: ; a upon which my views are founded.I consent. we have now before
causes in operation which produce the ohstrac now enabled to comprehend some of the causes to beat which should be taken into your i is filled with
in shall offer no estimate of the expense olaccomplishing We have had hjeroglyphical characters,
operation to create obstructions to navigation an of this
tons at the month of our river, and why the at the mouth of our river. the account in the explanation of this result. this project, for that would with the in example Buffalo and med,1ng almost all of which are, of course, perfect-

sands at the mouth of the St.John's were more We have thus far noticed the effects produced The westerly winds had driven the waters of depend upoa the plan decided upon ; and not county of elections, by BishopTimon's ly unintelligible! to us. But one circumstance -

(ispse to shift, than a the mouth of the St by the last two hours of the ebb in the the ocean off the coast, so that even the high being familiar with .such maters I could not the Pastors of the Catholic Churches ordering to cohnected with it is 'of the highest .

; there i always a good channel, river being diverted from its natural course tides, perhaps, did not attain a greater elevation give any in which I confidence preach to al ongregations against the importance and tends to confirm the theory .

of character by the flood setting into the inlet. There has than many times occurs at low water, unless should take more trouble to examine election of Lestei Brace that the Aztecs are descendants of a race !
facts were presented affording as Superin-
: 0 been little opportunity for an exit of the waters when the wind is in other quarters. At i the subject, and it is not necessary. For tendent of the Po 1 EN. which migrated to this continent from' the '

strong presumption, amounting almost, if not of the river over the outer bar into the such times but little water would enter or the facts above stated I can vouch, and can You conclude >ur ]letter "We eastern shores of Asia, about twenty centu- ,

quite, to positive proof, that this improvement ocean,.thus far. Let u follow the tides to ahange. flow out of the inlet, and of course could bring proofo'' their'existence, so that theycan have no reason tc j doubtthe by.aa'ing and, liberality riesago. It is remarkable'that on one or ,
can accomplished by a comparatively cheap c The tide has been ebb for two hours exert little or no injurious influence upon be upon; and the conclusions deduced I of the Legi ature two pages of the volume, immediately be- t

b Every one must admit that the i in the river, while it was flood in the inlet.-- the waters of the river, which were allowed from them are submitted to the public i than in regard to other in our denomination.regard, more" neath the hieroglyphics, there are inscrip
process. quantity You must not suppose, however, that the tides to take their the Bar washing ny tions in Greek characters '
own course over for their whichever forming words
approval or rejection, We sir : in
of water discharged from the St.John's is into the inlet before the w.i conf lentlj hope for that same
flowing waters of that
away the obstructions to their free passage they deserve. If they meet with the language, but written backwards\ in the
much than from the St. the than those of the inlet may justice, our rights to ,the -
and will higher
larger Mary's, ocean are in the deep waters of the ocean. approval of the citizens of Florida, who have which we property Oriental style. On.the first page these inscriptions

naturally come to the conclusion,that there are for run they in,and of course BO they have have risen into high the St.enough John's to Now, the suggestion naturally presents a great interest in this subject, there is imposed In hope, also poss, ,hat LS3. you will one day be run thus: (we give:English char.
in at the mouth of the itself, that if we can 'adopt means by acters for want of Greek-not
causes former not
any them
operation also were it not for the resistance offered to upon an important duty to perform inspired with be ter religious' feelings tome nap to- 3
produce the effects observable not their which we can give direction and force to the in in an earnest wards I. gal, which reversed reads, & logos ton pah-
t which do entrance by the mass of waters rushing bringlgthis mater us, permit( most respectfully to I '
of water passing ovei the Bar, we manner to the General Government ton literally, word of all," or "of all
exist the latter; and such unquestionably down the river, struggling for an exit. This steam at lf subscribe myself, aRight i i'
a able to it to sufficient things. It is to be from
being a powerful stream, and discharging a excavate a depth now when there'is not only a possibility Reverend Sir presumed tbis'that
is the fact, which we now propose to point out. larger amount of waters, it will require a longer for all practical purposes. And the of its being induced extend" a help Your most the book is a history of the mysterious people

If the reader, who may not be familiar with the time for their discharge than it does from proposition hitherto made, of placing a wall ing hand, but a strong probability, if properly ,'WM. ob'18cn't. among whom it was found, and,could it

localities described, will consult the map of the Inle and the force with which they move on either side of the channel, will do.this represented, Congress/would feel boundto : be thoroughly deciphered, it would, no doubt t

Florida of 184G, which is on sufficiently large will greater in the former than in the latter, most effectually; but as it is. an expensive give ,immediate attention to it, and provide completely solve"the: problems of our,aboriginal -

scale, and quite accurate in its delineations of because they will have acquired a momentum mode, can we not find some other cheaper the means for its speedy accomplishment.We Mr..Webster and .the.Compromise l archeology., ,On another page there is

by the pressure of waters behind urging on and if not'quite an effectual one, yet one have, then, a: duty : '' a picture of water, and under it the word
tp Mr. G 'A.
th facts under discussion, he will be better those before which will perforr.whicl TAV"ER, of' lexndria sesxJaht which is
require a great amount sufficiently so to answer our purpose I to leaveundone, betokens ; evidently thdassei-Gntk

enable t understand the views which I pro- resistance on the part of the waters of the think we can; and it consists in closing Ft. to our own interests ,quite inexplicable.insensibity' having addressed Mr. WEBSTER oh'the b I for the sea. A representation of'a vessel .

pose to advance. I have hitherto hesitated. to o ceai,to so completely overcome, as to be ableto George'1 inlet, so that the tide cannot flow B. ject of the Compromise,. has drawn 'fr I full of men'a'cco'mpaniea this and'conveys '
flow into the river, and this's not done until that channel. This is work "* : ( that it refers Ufa
give them to the public, because many of the through not a (4 himthefolloviiireplywhicb! ; istpublished impression voyage of
it is half flood at the mouth. On the '
contrary of achievedat From the Journal of migration from beyond the
and it
.be [ Commerce.
magnitude, can The existence
'; -
facts which
upon they are based were received ,the inlet being a small stream,the watersare in the 'Alexand ria Cld&tlc i : of-these Greek seas

from and I had had no opportunity of soon discharged, and no impediment exists a moderate expense. To the Right Reverend John Hughes, ..JD words this volume
repr I Now, let us observe the results which WASHISOTOX, April 10, 1832. is a very singular circumstance and proves
against waters of the into it .
ocean flowing NEW-YORE.
by inspection and was CATHOLIC AJCBWoP OF DEAR SIR I have the honor conclusively that it,
personal as soon a*they have risen so as to be higher.We .- will follow the accomplishment of this work.There I :- to acknow. must have been the
unwilling to advance, any thing for which I have tidein both streams but will be no tides across the 'BCFFALO, tf. Y.,-" ledge the receipt of'your'letter':of,-the";'8th work of some nation from the old continent
t ; setting
could not Touch. And after having visited the the noW foo but a short perio for !. mouth of the river into to. tarn the 31st March, A.D:1852.- 'I) ,, instant and thank you < for -.wbat;"yoQare which,held I aufficient"communicatjori'wjth,

localities described, for the purpose vf demonstrating the inlet into which the'tide has course of the ebb tide from its natural cure Right 'R everend" 'Siri My attention pleased to say..of.my fidelity to great national Greece learn the language.' That' it is
is eithei Whig principles.; I trust there is not a Asiatic is proved by the fact of the reversed
full is man
or what perhaps more probable over the Bar its sands which it holds in
the existence
of the facts themselves i few days ago'was'called ydur'"circularletter
: the mouths of both rivers in the country who donbtsmypprob'atioaOf writing,?which method is used by all Oriental
being so near together I suspension 'irl not be deposited until they
of. the 16th inst. the Ne'wYork
might still hesitate to views printedin '
give to the
my pub or in fact common; and. the water ofthelnletttltamouth have beeir out into those m asures.whichare usually' called nations. coincident fact with this one .
lie on such a subject had they not been favorably being in contact with the of the ocean, and the ebb deepwters, : Fr ez'4 Journal ;,r.and,.since'you' Compromise .measures," or my- fixed! determination is the discovery: lately made, of a Hebrew

rceie by those whose occupations have mass now rushing into the river, is drawn out ed to perform its tidell[ deepening have before been the' 8s 4 as to.se} !! me and others to uphold, them .,steadilT.'and volume found in the possession of a western '
of it and into $t. John's which will fc piblic as"irreiigosnd'wortliless firmly' tribe of Indians
made them familliar with the the cause the Bar which it will accomplish : an account of which- has
phenomena observed an ebb in the inlet'again.Now.. observe the ,the ,recurrent channel running just. beirigs, permit-me to answeryoa. insetting Nothing"but a1"deep'sense orf d ii led! meto.takethe already heEngiver.in almost all the newspapers -
at the month of our and of other ; before that same public our proper'haracIer "
own, the tide is
result: comparatively high, covering inside of the sand spit, which extends from part which' did take'i in bringing and.will doubtless,be ,remembered by
rivers upon the Southern coast, who have expressed some of the prominent sand banks between Talbot beach across the mouth of the Jiver, and -the motives" ..ofJout.ailadyersion ,abouf their/adoption, by Congress'and out readers., Ye understand that it. is the

i as their opnion! that the conclusionsto the inlet and the river, and an soon as the cur ; will.no longer have sufficient current to. towards' us.- the thai same sense of. dutyremains with,,una i intention"of the proprietor of the strange
rent is established from the inlet the of Buffalo and Rochester.
I have across to ; bated force.I 'am/'of 9pinionfhat those ,volume referred to, to submit it the .
which arrived to
are fairly deduce river, the top of these banks will be washed off, keep i open,.and will be fled,up by.the action I ani not at'all surprised, sir,-that you meaSures one -and all ', of Professor Gliddon whose inspection '
from the facts, and should be known to the brought over. and deposited in the channel of the surf, beating sand spit,over' should indignant at/the boldness of were necessary and hierogliph- "
the river. By this we account for intO making a ,continuous beach ,of ,Ft. ".ee ", expedient, and ought to be adhered by all ical attainments may enable him to make
publc process it these .pre nded (Ca.ol for, ;heir trying friends of the Constitution. and'all lovers of 8o"le interesting overies in this
the fact known and Talbot which the surf will new Jiekl
to exist here that the:bauson
The of the St.John's George upon
from the remonstrances to
curse LightHouse the north side is continually and break.; The outer Bar will be brought by resjpectful ', .destroytbe'Bi'whlch'you their country.,,/That one among them which investigation.. #
to' the outer bar, a mile and a half distant increasing have caused to be pre- appears to have/ given tbe diflSatisracfto
is forcing the bed of the river over upon the nearer the Ligh -house, and like that of the eof of this greatest : Land for the Central BaJh ad. '
is E N. R, and by casting! your eye Northward south side, which is a steadily being washed St. Marts and other rivers whose streams Assembly I mean the Fugitive Slave' Law,.J -
Slate what is to
you will observe that the inlet between away. Of this fact, I shall have further occasion pass out isolated into the ocean. There will of the; but surprises me see one far hold' to, be a 'raw entirely"constitntional, In the House Representatives, on. the

speak. We will now proceed to theconsideration dignitaricsofourChurch'so: highly, ''proper.and. absolutely.,essential 9tb, Mr. Orr from
reported the Committeeon
Fort George and Talbot Islands comes out in t be no more wash across the sand bank of himself make of such unbe ,
of the effect observable when the Ft.. beach from the inlet (forget as to use : the peace of.the country; .Such, awds] Public Lands a bill granting'lands 'and
the ,
direction '
of.E. E, and running diagonally tide turns ebb again in the river. We have an site George's its sands in the channel of the river that! coming ppel1ation''tkrds iis a are. contained demanded by the plain written,.words 3(.the the right of ,way to the State of Florida to
across the mouth of the river, and you ebb from the inlet, but it has been emptying itself 'south bank in you{Aid clrchlaf l letter; '. ConstitutIon ,arid how any",man caiwishto aid in construction of the FloridaAtlantic
crowd its bed the I '
will observe too, that from the position and into the river, instead of into the ocean, wash it ,over anu!endanger upon ,the permanenceof t The ;Bill: which youj have :Caused to be' abrogate or destroy:it,'ahd1 at"'the'('same and Gulf Central RailRoad, and. .110- for

direction by th influence exercised upon it by the,wa-. away nrescnted to the Legielatnr forits'adoption, time.eaythat he is 'of the 'Constitution ,
inlet supporter
oChi ,it must give exit to a the Light-bouse in its present locality. exempting rai'road iron from duty., Mr.
into the river, but the waters of : noother pbjecljia.yiew butjlo make
amount the waters of Nassau ter ocean rushing have now so far receded and fallen as This is'a point of this subject upon which I having in" J 'and and' wIling adhere to those.provisions HOUSTON, Chairman of .the.Committee ,of
more wealthy, giving
river and the inland to speak again and which I will you you your in it,which are .clear andpositive i ,\V.ays4and ,Means took exception to the
passage coming from StMary's. no longer to force the waters to flow into the promised Bishops tb 'exclusive,control'and

The peculiar dtbolM of these two river, and the change from flood to ebb takes .now discuss. There are other result which istration of"Cb'arcb'lprP/ ilinis, injunctions and restraints; 3' .,passes l- }*.mypowerofom'prehensidn'v u c"". latter provision of'the bill, as ..transcending
place more rapidly than from ebb to flood, owing 'might be enumerated, but'want for- whom ra havepaid the. .d.utes.} of the Committee on Public Lands,
the that,property belOngs, we '
struts gives appearance of their having to the pressure of water from above; so I bid.. There has been going on for years for .it, .have alright remonstrate My belief-, that when.I:the"passions of whiCh' bad no right under the rules to propose

a common mouth; which to a considerable extent that we now have an ebb tide, and again there .and perhaps for, a progression. i Iai 'Iikelto take it' fromus men subside, and reason and true patriotism an alteration in the revenue laws. The
: .
is the fact,and which mouth is the outer is a concurrence. And D the ebb tide is most bed of the river ages.south. The land has .against for an't !is, : of, away are allowed .to h .their. proper .svray'ifie Speaker.sustained the point of order made

bar (us it Is called) of the river. A I instrumental in opening burs and deepening ::been foring'on the north side'nd washingaway ; this of'not dollars a question 4rid'cents,religionbutmereljrone which public. mind, North and South will came tow by Mr.HOUSTON;and his decision.was COQ'firm

channels, we :will watch its effects especially, on the south. To s h'aii'extent has you ,proper state, nponlthese :questions jilvdo d by the House., Toe great number of
We should expect, under such circumstances have the of the inlet want.to t to the-,.exclusion:of,their hot believe! ,that further caajinake '
as we now assistance to this been one within the memory oT, many passeS. ; : agitation railroads! now)in,.progress';of construction
to find. larger accumulations of sand at accomplish the object of our hopes-the wash of our citizens, that one of'themost'promneat ,owners.' : any,'considerable progress at the North.jThe renders.i it very desirable that the ;-duties- on

this point, than would exist if a single stream. ing out the outer bar of sand, which Is the obstruction landmarks on the southern" coast, You say5that'1'the Catholic Bishop'now ofN great.mass, of,;the:;people,-1 :any sure, nre railroad iron should be remitted. ,A suspension

against which we have to contend. w-YorlpAlbali"and' Bll1toJ: are sound, and have ,no.wish Io.interfere..witb of the for three is
only) had its exit here; but we might suppose known as'the, Mound, that duty years so strong
One might suppose that circumstances 'Gener \ r such,f.things.5 as ,are,;.byubeConstitutioo.: ly talkeilof, that a Committee.oflr9rs
also that stood'n' the (and
after the retained
junction, and commingling now favorable and so they are, t a limitedex m'ost., charts has j'sJi.. and charitable property existing:.within their placed,under ;the, exclusire. control :of,the have'Visited Washington remonstrate-
of the waters of both streams channel tent is the which is in on ,) yearswashed but :
a com ", only and the bed'of'the river now respective ecclcsiatic jurisdictions* ; separate. .States.; J.ba!eno\icedt indeed not against it.WHIRE. >
mon to both would be formed out into the stmmental in deepening the bar we 'oust )' sir, you do say all ,this'came' into without regret, certain 'proceedings which

ocean, of depth sufficient for a l make the most of it. The tides are concur nt occupies the site where it once stood.' .We their handsT Your pirituatt' power sj Jmamense you,have alluded, and }regard to these,' I ..PADDrINTEJfDEj,-TO, UT:.>

\ practical both streamarunning out over the bar into the 'have 'leeD the causes in operatitki ,which ,and, if I must judge{Cby all the misery have to that gentlemen not..think LAND \ViKRiRTs.-In one of the cities of

lSt And such,most probably, would b the ocean, but the*waters are high, covering the produce the southern progression' ; ;1 to wit, Ju,have inflicted upon.us,to force,us to it necessary say or propertbat-they may(should be the upper Mississippi, a worthy Minister of

result I tic tides in both were concurrent or tporhe.ank and have as yet acquired lit .tne' 'accd IulaUon'ofsandson thenorth bank annul our Act, of IncorDoraliony I ustbeteintat' ; called upon'rto in the direction fore; ,to their current; consequently of tbe'river, andilie precipitation..61: ,J'them.Into'the of holiness and hale/ulness
running same same directon ; I least pne-half.ofthat! : property which is already .thie-existing, Jaw of.ihe of siBtoofc
can effected by tb'em in the *channel by the .wash.of: the crpes came*intOyo. throiigh'the mpu IaridThat any positive'; movement; .to are-.1. occasion ,impress ,upon. this hearers ,the
time.But this accomplishment of our.object. We" will wait currents fror the, inlet These depoStlonsd.ar sion which exerdsed.1! "ID Frnce; ,brali ',the. danger[occupying the neutral;Igrou dtrusting.tg
concurrence of tides unfortunatelyonly until the whoe bas. : 'yol.&ve peilot:alter-ahy rComprbmVsenensn.reswpnld ]
body of water acquired a of n carriedaway/again i ;;; ; IadmiU -
) part ? a .merely moral >walk without
sir all Church propertyJbelongsto pee meet with i l ;
exists to a very limited extent, for,it is momentum and velocity. 'It must be remembered : of theTebh tideh Isut they _. ,, any general rencoragment.orupp9rt
bjr.the action 5 J. lr* faith.tfr works-as being sufficient to ensure
fat well known to theBaitFiiots and to others here:that-ftfter'the ekange'oftlde the Ie, 'Dd.the .bavei temp.rala0iJ- l:4nOtft.t: ..a1ihee. .e,
are more/than/ r suppliedsby; ; 6ubsequen.twat ti 'tbey"are hOt' Catholic But"however them.A rich.reward 'in the "good time comuig -
npp,stratum of water is,supposed?to be.putin n f ye that may,be, iny own.sentimenmehiaih .
resident,ita that vicinity( that flood tide motion ben re the lower ones are, and that across the banks'; 61 Ft"-;:G org 's for holding) f tBtJ-oe iiiv..w
make,into the inlet' for fall before it takes some time before,the under current is :,::'Te" river-bas' already.a"pproact\ed : *tbeSt.'LouisChnrch'of'Buf- quite unchahged.'u-I am iV favor of n hold! upon this portion of his sermon,.a sturdy*

it-do IDt the St..John's, and while the ebb. is, strong enough t exert 'maeh Influence uponthe within et of'theLight-bouseand: jusi falo,(were.born inj France,rafeo'f/French> : ngjhe. Goo5titu! .ion,1!in the'general and' alt weather-beaten son of the Emerald Isle :Entered
sands on At present alth ough above Jibe House there is.a! ,,;pac ;rwherethere ,and the room, and ,with that politeness peculiar
going out of river itha.strg curr bttm descent I *re, therefpreRsedts era3porarauminiitfiiipnj its jpajUcular*,vl..in f vpr of respecting
Now th Dt the upper may have force, is only a &ndban1Cof(( twentyv'e orthirty'feet c-f Church.prpierty asit its aiihoth.y.al.1 obeying its. injunctions, to the,Irishman, quietly helped a himself -;
what,result might be expected, from the!. and confined banks is l i which/prevents: the') ftoin '. : ; and lent
not being sufficiently by t exists 'ihthat 'untry.JAll thisti'tWpectfulIyrepresc and"'to .tfie"en'a bofJitsbaI'J I ) o''all'in 'ra' >to a seat an attentive 4 earito

action of thee alternate or opposite tides?. I allowed to spread ,off.laterally, and the' lowerstratum'has breaking. throughinto, a, s'mij i .or, lagOon : t 'tcyoubut; H "'a of power t Jttllfilhon stl!*nd'Jjupon faithfally'r saIl the,speaker. ffhe clergyman portrayed, in. *

will be remembered that the course' of the in.letdionslIy no'lorce a"e imparted, to it, so which'extends' south' 'and west ofjthe Light- oavail"YOUZ'mind4being 1 j made : its; I'tieions. lt look the.ComproIOIC -' an able and very striking manner, the beanrtifuland

'across the mouth, of the river, that there'are the entlalsnece8arito ho sentowhicb, ; the deebba'nd' v, ;' flows crush,us. down:,ratherthan;; ] o.a an UlLt, rnisemeasurca ua proper'f ir,and, final ad.justmeiir' ; attractive scenery which everywhere -
deepen the bar, absent: frombelow.:' Should this breach be.madej ,9J : meets the enraptured vision tbroogbQiU -.
and the waters of the 'now sweepingacross pbsses dnwhTch you''cbyeted.' : of'thequestos to which they ,re-
"en'are' current Soon, however, three are furnished :would! arpiigd he : fr j the ..boundless delightful
pass f 'Iains'.and
te'riv'er 'Liglih9us < We iattheearI838jder oi t ,
into it and were incorporated 1I.faiid; r** of thos&4uestionno :
meet the strong ebb tide degree to commence the.work oteC&tlfon'whlch.f / base, and :thew, the' lat andydrthy'BfehbfrJobn'Dunotbeing'oi' : 'pMhem,0rio'eSprt fc to 1l'f.ate'clia groves of this;. neutral, ground, leadin the.
c&ipgpL! therivtr.., The direction, ,of. txtyh ; : Successfully' 'going on'- tion .wouldbe5hOrtandIDplet.' '"*' ":; ;" new opening senses'captive bytheirexceeding loveliness
Sl,, i. a'iFtcoctimani bybirtbibO'.dinoi r,'t fa .ith.tbOmiil7ever .t e
vw rV
ocean commence '"a *- -. .-f ,
currents would b dlnre' from theiroriginal watr. ghrto ,In.view then.of ,the proepctivecontingencof : bois ; b. t'reI9 theiieasl: and.filljpg:the gcmljwith sweet;contentment.
'" and as ,inlet,h s,by ihistim, $ ? .afd\it! .from.art; course;and ,conjoined, sVeep aroundin rie ",there, no xiItotlf, waters Government being'obliged son 2PP.s,J ) !bsa.) tiy&&se-. apprdvalf at any tiinbrunder The-picture seemed to have a magical effect

a curve into thelleta4'z. i' !'knowo' of the ocean' 1 impediment. first,"they ,to replace:.the structure; by a new. I upon p e Ma'tQ ns" fo you succeeied aim,and flyciCUb3st&fldC8tq n -J 4 .. m 'upon the,Irishman* Iiketbesndden, and un-

t be the fact In ttr c. move sluggishly across the mouth of the river, another siteif ,the:;.causes. endangeriogrits tth6nTtrhW1ery ; !,.fjjtn ,'sd JMI with!Iregard,m )& .o1'iJ expect realization!i 'of some fondly cherish4o"orwithOul *

Thii rl of issuing then more rapidly, and finally Wit a rash into -> safety are permitted; i'e.not out jbecamejBurslot! )- Oun,eSistan&O '1.\1 ma 1Ca: e 'IG 4X itobEservai1it: t > wasrng'ior an application .
direetton/or L .; '-_ the inlet, putting an end .alfarthel.tca, duty'to'call the t.operate tothe! yourwi,hesf?onferflng0.| f',AcfeP/ff9?rt tfl,: ;aMi d hrirL l DANpIL WJEBSTER/ J i pfiJbefigure-Tof which.he.w'aa. .nol,
out.of.the river would'form a,tendency tocreate ( -he all at, once ,rose', to his ,feet*
rations at for the' subject immediately, belore it iadQodat.tTe IA., ,!k. ,M IVMA \f r withnfftW* G. A. TAVEMJJER, Esq. "ir/isfc Breaming;

a rtcurreni, t channel lrml main,f ban, now witnessed'a "complete revolution.of f the : causeswIilcLendanger.the safety andpermanenc p,9 inZ'the, Cferv" from! oui.i \- ( ben' ; 'l r ;f Ut.__ 1" .,..: '-3 .& ani-exchuroed' ,, iii ,all Abe: richnew of the

tel extending around the.inlet; and tides in' both! Itr mi',and havVdiscovered 09 : of the present.edifice ar Identi- ; d si1 .wi w'i f ; -.'htM iJ..1. ,. '"8.-! I4ltae4Jt.JJat:.: brpguer '-1.1b ok,rour.honor for .die, same>

this channel. is found to .. cause adequate to ihe accomplishment oYthetukofezesyatljg tbos wbich-furnish obstruc deprived: of I. *llto1.ider"ec l _..If Q4r'k. '.h !"DQl' ne'Y ,10t.t;ita.me%eJtthat.as.twoJ..of'the; #
,ho bar to b sufficient depth;. t0 kept with 1 .- eaUw ra'oijt beaatiutlapwarantatbatatnan |BIU
the pace
tions'to pavigatibn at of the Driver, ( Ifoq ml-f'1' 4' ; t e.ppup-p
moth .
The last of the ebb tide In all streimslimbre During the last of tbe ebb, (the most important on IROt.f.Jigi : fpngtu"f in lexico i and its a notion bava,
. l the : raedjkfor1th$ t hi fpirM! W rAbp.1**t h:" yean' ,.
and remedy
imt&in moving'the'i&zzdio the "t"t patUbe'tieJth.aten'of 'the"'river'are' d ; r.ipei..an y. "'Jti JI iF \ g ; ago Arkansa y ajjk" ut.j tJTI'tt9ry.! apijii% tp,locate them, inJhe,saute"beJati1I1 country.
than the'earlier ;: inlet. ;creating InthefrttansI&syecux'iuzt !piljer} : I V) from f\vlue&.yoa- have been spakeing.\Thfi
portlonlof"thejide, be.ciietlie'mo1ng j small indeed i'o.coropansonwHa 3tne bjccatthineaud !); f\1t jbiD( eparteft' pppftlo ltate! tlmfot.i f an.eady ,

rrent -wafer,lila. ''toojre, ;; of whltb/UaWM'ipit obznnet trending;i one of iheUnkj m !i Aol.much, .fJL ny,,gear than Ch1. vNmebI ; ; t::4iqoiqtm? ( Sf Wfi M.9%$!J pefiWati.on.of. effect was electticaL:.Tbe-.congregation

Immediate,contact-with them *n[Aevsl. !t Talbot,beach.ianreurreddirectionUcroMthemonth I jih'e"co s |$ Qlb..g 100,000.' Toe increase .in ten yea I bouldllot restrain their fisihles-rand the set;*
'out'et.qu.eI PtI.H .aa.cWIU e lJet' moreJhan lOOJDOOlanElrate4lhi 'ralia is.1n, : rices were brought to&sudde1e'fliD3tiOn'Iythe'6tdgiDg
, U greater from, ;.acquired a ; ? of,the 'ziv r, and >ving: its southern Wi .v'ye;f J ( .,r 'Y"J. qffrr lbe_ 1-Itif.I1' ?
.JQI UJ of bymn4PopjPatJwaa''timts
, from a .
J DLs .. creaslO
terminus on.the banks"south'of.the river.; 'So :A f to 0 U. ( language. J
IUO'eUtDC o the9tre$2n'haIiVg pern mo.il thexeffect: &close upthe mouth of tbi'ilvir ; .a' .' (e wner b I'.n.mat eDi .. t"'c sa-wua: w-- '. j-1 ,v. "C1.ll1; ''Jtjn iri'fJlft 'CJn p 1U 7tbbu fld iWry 7ofbJt'tifc'aen4istook >
for'j.jd'nWed m : .... AtculSUOr' OUr"Un.u J for*: >
b .somtudiMction,for a considerable, rather than D the lt. J \. : 1 : .trUderneas with;the il"J..s dt..b'lI *-'the congregafiofrf *
: 'UJ .. .te.Cbl
\ !time,a' ,alUne wateri btinjjf In'ni 9t tont1t. '(low into the t opnU.lWh .' tdewDt, ; wedjate appgipUngnjin pu < f -.1 arle.nt. nerona..j 1 Fu eri.YYU! .sf e melion fa P !&M.f i'IfP p',WIJ-' :bIalkgtit4po1iticaP ate iigiintireI-ui4:;
; gf'cr u J9&JEI ihd ibal UiifOniodld1ntmd!u w him IoknbE.wor
e ,the watit oat-of th4'inlet and ila'J
T. bYjrateri effect W draw tw
to any
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a lmmatOI rr ( l(; ft lt'L *
) ( g \ J bkg3HOn.Or hV.
taa1S4'fl1&"ltfeew '
thO1.baD3 }. 'creats.. $n.4tnPk1.swccplngoy.r.thea14bszuirshei f r'b! aiiii; ; l I 1hfi
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&.tiiUni or"$fltX.1t -t utb-pf; ame il 9 J { bi'btd i a 'rnfiSTow m nrunintentiIhcotfrte. plareti the dCqe iithbf,
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the .f. ,
ocsa ti "t Wc'teai teiM ti&mm w&Bgy* & .b'nf&OMIO'Qr ,, ,1J '' 1" J. *'
t.l ,. urJt Df'thrfteTn&ar' $ asrchou)3) b .tbial&a\1. .aJoDe,',i dfc\1i4'Ubbt-r: sr t f :*' k\" -
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of te rivtr *$ &w&&*$ m \ "
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$./ : -- __ fall them who would remain in it no'c4ei .scheme- so'long ro ;; CnPd.. AP. n.nl EzptfltI- t. Japan..
?;; Virginia Whig State ConTenUon.I time on the bridge,6n seeing hi ,prm upon aldi a' .; b. ti t -

ly plunged inter the .. condition.but: thatofoutlawry,. way traded a. prospect of<.h'i 'aihy 'JtfJT, MAO.. \/* UQU9- .*CiW 01 *9W\| 'the whole > In the Senate, a message haj been received .

I\ The Whig State Convention of Virginia. cue ; but tbe tide beingtoo" strong 'for him by them from the first, and, iDixi reasonable time. But5f his'I i ctema fail; number (: Representatives' in, the House is from tbe President of the United States
jI.4i unanimously adopted the following Resolutions to stem it succ/sjfnlly, with.tbe weightof t'fi *- **- r't J fst ,
:.:,. i amidst great enthusiasm on the 16th the brother who was clinging J to, _him, they cuted_after a lapse of '(nineteen,'years '.wbri oryotbelieve his prospects, hopeless! steps fixed at 233witbv1a prokiifo! an extra covering a report from the Secretary of State,

'flt inst sank togetherV'on risingagiun to,"tbe surface it terms: rquired'.it. fulfillment"in"tiireej, mustj taken lor their' removal .by fof Representative to the State jtkving the largest made in compliance with a resolution of the

';i 1st. Resolved, That we regard the Acts of finding it impossible for both to reach And, what is the treaty but Implied pledge and if the General Government wi notinak fractional population below the ratio. Senate of the 4th ultimo calling for eopie

" 1 Congress commonly known as the Compromise the shore. be called to the other to loose his "to the people of !Florida,' 'vfho, in their thepurpoie }necesjary apprppriations! at A difficulty is,caused -by the, Complete* 'of all eommnnicationsTelatireto theEnnfr*
; -tlSoaa Jnal setllcmenUand adJust. bold, ,or- they .would, both drown-when, and the officers' of the U. S.-
t territorial 'condition;
l and repeatedly'since, army turns from California not being in to of Jaai ibnmaybeoi
and IJ eh1th5
ment of the questions involved in them, wonderful to pay;the noble, self-sacrificing : a
. we 'fiU.codsUer any.attempt'to disturb them lad, as if seeing the propriety of th'e requestin have been- urging their appeals upon Government "i not heartily co-operate" ybuTybti' whether! 'that} Suite or.South Carolina has the.I Executive Departments, particularly, the.instructions .

,a Mow aimed at the peace of the country as the hopelessness of his own case, obeyed, for the removal Even'the',: must take steps for their removal on-the larger fraction. By the present returns under which Commodore BIDDLC.

end the intesrity of the Union. and submitted to his fate alone, rather than agen nttheindiane otr.l842ipejrmttinff! } : >vporUpn.of part of;the_ ,Slate.T. The, speople! '.are- determined South Carolina has the largest. But the 1 visited Japan in '1846,:& \fhieb vis'or;

2d t Resolved, Th.n.t"e. approve of the involve his brother in the hazard of share- J longer. remain-madeif.nothy"iErrr | ,. ,upon .their! removalwithoutany further law deredJoj 4-JQrJ4J
of President Fillmore. be hey- ing it with him. _The notwithstandingconstant !o. ( admitting California-rintoahe Union.allowed Rt P acot U1e. ; .

y "Injflnat administration T>y hs"wiRd6mTevinced! in-the"cb'h\- 'search, is not boy y found.-St. Augustine ponibity" of the. officer who! !:delay, and i it i is my:..duty, ,to.. carr out hertwo, .Representatives.upon an ass'umed The deuients. are t J i ? S qing

: (!ncl of our'National affairs amidst enibarrass'ing :ncnt.City: _ concluded; ''i it, at. least by the responsibility" their' wishes, Yi are'.O\\ :ia the and ;.estimate'of. ; population,'although' from-.4--t"Se&28t6 ot kQeJ I* J832, to 6e-1 th'

4 difficulties-his loyalty to the Constitution of tb'e actingPresident, in the face of the you may expect to'rem i in it until.all: theIndians rigfd/adherence'tpjthe Censns law migh rt3 pf.Xay851., The Reporter..lIi1. .
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f.uLthe.laws-his and firmness his just' 'in regaruiforthe the maintenance rights HIHIi F II I HEr U II B.L I &'A LA.: the treatywas military provided violated for by the the withdrawal defence of the rot" 'will not are l look'removed,back'until: frOm this the important' Stai .--mea We: duce the number,.lo on".A. *.; appiemetrj tract the of. the, ,letUjr-ofPresident, (; fillmor&. ,r

fulfilled act before Congress has her : peror'of'Japant.biebi'Yei
4 of,ItLe,States-he lias eminently our : Florida .been'a ;append.:
,;ir expectation, and justly, entitled himself lo JACKSONVILLE; frontier, and transferring them to. service in sure.for is accomplished. amended, in, the Senate. 'as,'to 'increase'the. It possesses a'ch3lteDess terseness and pro;

! \01 our'continued confidence and support. Mexicoand this fact fully verifies the : I yon have cause to believe that Ihe body whole numberlo"234, for,ihe u" 'oral-" ) priety r the occasion which the read r cannot .
.31 Resoheil, That we prefer, l\lillard Fillmore Thursday, April 29, 1852.St. of the Indians inclined to hostilities, parpos
:,.. overt fourth-alegtion. are lowing California her two. South Carolina fail to mark. It ccu.ra uvin i view'of.

I t .all.other a?a person's candidate who for have,the Presidency been !proposed John'. Bar-The Light Home. That Captain 'CASEY has' ho desire to be you will organize: a force, not only sufficient. !' will therefore still claim'her additional number tbe style
;!;;; L .' for.that Lijsli T. :sl\tioni.an if he shall be On. the first of- will be classed among.officers who loll about the for the protection of the frontier, but to capture for the largest:fraction.:'-, kmotionwasmade ; I. ;nero 5planidCvised. to"get Bowlegs&out co:>

;: i I. 'nominated by .the Whig "atlo.nal Conven- page to-day's' paper pleasant.post of Tampa we can well imagine or defeat them whenever .they appear, to increase the whole! ,number-.to 1235; i of Florida, rnfson 'of Billy tiirstIt ,
: t.ji tibii, the Whigs of Virginia will give him found an article describing a newly-suggest and on no account, if possible, suffer a sup- I r
but if the he has for sOs Luisana father in Whikoiiho'li
; reputation acquired as to give' another,memberjo'r great Rij'
,. their cordial sup'port., ed mode of effecting an object which must '
'risk In
. defeat. all '
r '7 4th.; .Re. ol. cL That'theVhigsof Virginia be. greatly desired by our .community' -thedeepening superior.skill and influence in managing[ the': prise, or a party to treated a large fraction which she has, and which I.| talk" might, '.hot be'withotit! Jts:ekect.. t 'The.
.. will h'e-.a'ljk.e' cordial support to any of the at the mouth of our Indians be eclipsed! .by a successful negotiation ,cases, cause your ptives.to be with also may exceed that of California.' ''This.j f following i is'the extract from I _the President's', '
4. "other, true Whig who may become the nom'inee br of humanity and kindness, particularly tbe women i 1', "*"*
it on the part of Gen. BLAKE, the loss. i was decided in the negative.. I letter ihe'Emperor, : _
Mood of communicationhas
of that Convention, \\'ho has by, river. The the and' children and suffer '
'f.1B.- _:ianddoes stand by, the Compromise( out and recently made an examination of the individual prestige'would be but little taken I ; never yourmentinfeelinlv The following table,supposing the House i ,,""se'nd you by this letter an envoy of my,

; out:and regards it and'stands by it with an mouth of the river'and adjacent coast- into account. by the''people of ,Florida," in : or'carelessly. to inflict. Injuries of Representatives should concur in'the late i own'appointment: : an,officer'of- high rank' in
'unalterable JeSejminatibri as a final settlement of the on,the women and children and the this country, w h is no missionary'or yeti.'
1- .: view great result! accomplished. action of the
< antI adjustment,of ;itlie. measures In it. which has resulted in the conclusion that helpless. I regret exceedingly the wound. Senate, exbibitiheA vote gion. He goes by my command to bear to'

r : 5th. Resaced, That ihe wise maxims of tbe damming up of Fort George i'l would Th ." .. ing of the squaw, although I have no doubt in the Electoral Colleges for the next.Presi you my greetings and:'good wishes 'and ,to

Washington resprctin; the foreign policy produce the result desired, by the natural Finality"- Democracy. ., dent, and of course the number of voting promote friendship, and commerce between; I
: '
: it could'not have been avoided, and I am .
of the country, which have been practically mode The Floridian, of the 24th, comei'lo uswith delegates to be admitted i into the party tia- tire two countrles.U ? 1 '
of causes ensuing-the requiring
! operation know that the United
, illustrated in the Administration of President highly pleased that you caused her to be States'ofAmerica
;& Fillmore, ought ever to guide the Federal less labor and being much less expensive tbe proceedings of tbe anti-Compromise treated with kindness and attention.: Whilstwe tional conventions: nOwI extend from sea to sea;' thatt

Government in intercourse with! foieignNations. than that formerly suggested of applying ""Finality" party, in Convention at Madisonon Votes. Vot s. the great countries of Oregon and California2 I
)S. are compelled to enforce their removal, States. 1852. '48. 8taus. 1852. 48.
inst. of the United States and-tbatfromt
the 19th After organization, JAS. are parts ;
the of the
pneumatic piles to Maine
system 8 9 Indiana 13 12
':1' we are bound to cominiss rate their unfortunate these countries which rich in"gold and
q 't 6th. Resolved, That tlu public lands are bar of the St. John's.So E. BROOME was nominated for Governor, New Hampshire 6 6 Illinois 11 9 are
the of all the Slates-and situations.You Vermont 5 6 Iowa 4" silver and precious stones our steamers can
common pp.'peity
Miould be made of far as the object appeals to the Government AUGUSTUS E. MAXWELL for Congress ; for Massachusetts 13 12 Wisconsin 5 4 reachthesiores. of your happy land in less
such disposition will deliver
a to
that no captives Bowlegsor
: the benefit of it merits national aid, the Presidential Electors, for Western District. Rhode IslAnd 4I Michigan 6,5 than twenty days. -
them a* will eiisuic equally upon
I of the chiefso. Yon send them to Connecticut 6 6 Kentucky 12 12 -
JESSE COE for the Middle J. CARAWAYS any may "Many of our ships will now pasviri
f t' all-and that an equitable portion of them ground mentioned by the projector alone ; New York 35 36 MiSllouri 9 7 "
... in kind, or a distribution of the proceeds -that of saving: the light house-without IT ; for the East, McQuEEN MciNTosh.Delegates St. Augustine, or any other U. S. port, but New Jersey 7 7 Alabama 9 9 every year, and some perhaps every weelry
. of their sales among all the Slates, is not in delivering them to any U. S. officer or Pennsylvania 27 26 Louisiana ,6 6 between California and China; these ships
: Constitutional reference to the obligations resting on the to the National Conventon.-For DelAware 3 3 Tennessee 12. 12 must pass along the coasts of yourEmpire;,
j f. only clearly within the power the State David L. agent you wi take a receipt or certificate, Maryland 8 8 Mississippi 7 ..6
;*I'. of Congress but is dIe wisest and most Federal authority to open up great thoroughfares at large-Hon. Yulee for the the and Virginia 15 17 Arkansas 4.3 storms and windsmay' cause them to, bt.,
". rightful disposition that can be made of the of trade between States. From inform. Dr. Samuel W. Spencer. For the Western describing age; sex North Carolina 10 11 Tens ,4 4 wrecked .on' your shores, and we.,ask and
:f : ; fund. District-C. condition. Wishing you health and every South Carolina 8 9 California 4 0 expect, from your friendship and your great.
:' common C. Yonge, Jesse Coe, and John .
.4j. that
: ation we gather, it a more
appears 10 10 kindness for our men and
I 7th. Resolved That whilst w e are opposed success, I am yours, very truly Georgia ness, protectionfor
:t Julian. For the Middle 3''3 Whole No. 296
ordinary fatality has attended light houseson District-Job Florida our property.Ve wish that oar people'may
to tariff to excessive duties,- as THOS. BROWN.
,as a Ohio 23 23 For choice U9
Lr.i; to Internal Improvements, to lavish approprialions. the Florida coast. A writer in the New Branch, A. K. Allison, and John Westcott. be*permitted to trade with your people
r.I' For the Eastern District Charles Maj.Gen. B. HOPKINS. Temperance at a: Discount. but we shall not authorize them to,. break
content judicious
I .-we are by a York Journal of Commerce says, he can recall law *
t. 'arrangement of duties necessary for an economical Gad Humphreys J. G. Dell. For the any your Empire.
,. and to mind six light houses which have The Indian In the' State election of Connecticut the Our object is friendly commercial inter

!l jff i: ... : to encourage administration our domestic of industry Government and lo tumbled, or been blown down on this coast, Southern District:Thomas F. King,W. W. There will be seen a marked discrepancy Whigs, who defended the Maine intemperate course, and nothing more. You may have

within few and the writer McCall, and M. C. Brown. productions which we would be glad to bay,
it 'A provide in time of peace, such improvements a years ; same between the statements of the following let temperance law-that being made an i issue -
harbors and rivers as the destruction of American The Convention re-affirmed the "do-to- and we have productions which-might suit;
principal may contrasts coast .
;i&c; in our ters-both being dated at the same time, and -lost their! Governor and are. in,a minorityin your. people.
be'necessary to assure our strength within, with that in Britain and live-and-die-by" resolutions of '98,and thoseof
ttl 'Z and safely without. beacons occurring both mentioning the arrival of the James L. the Legislature. The result is the election "Your.Empire contains a great abundance.

,;. \r"l;. 8tb.secure Resolved our That we hold the Union of the says he can recall to mind no such disasterson the Baltimore platform af 1844 and 1848. Day at Key West. .one. states that of a U. S. Senator by the opposite party.In of coal ; this is, an article which our steamers .
; the coast of the latter, that of the The finality" of the Compromise measures Yet- in going from California to ChTna, must
Ftr.A: States to be a primary ohjrct of patriotic desire except Gen. BLAKE had seen Bo\vlegs.and others, Portland, Maine, where "temperance1seems
-and the Federal Government to be indispensable famous Eddystone light, which was razedone was remarkably prominent-they not being have also,its use. They would be glad that a' harbor in
: obtained their and to possessed Whiggery
t ab and promise to emigrate
; Empire shonld be appointed, to which)
i its and named. Thi Floridian your
U -J : to efficacy permanency; hundred once compliments
: ;. this only from a compromise and years ago. the other, that he expected to see them on champion for the Mayoralty of that city, coal might be brought, and where. they
: as the of
f.ti" mutual(sprung concession between diverse interests, But there is more than private or news- platform"a one "exceeding compre. his return trip. There is however, we are Neal Dow, was defeated by Albion K. Par- might always be able to purchase j ,.

;i1:. "I'' so we believe it can only be successfully paper authority to show that, in our light hensiveness. Fortunately, for Mr. CASS. happy to later intelligence direct from fis, formerly a Federal officer at Washington In many other' respectscommerce.be,
} said that of 1848 was only large enough to say tween and. our would!
empire country
in the spirit house behind other your
administered conciliatory
same we are na-
; management,
; i t. the scene of negotiation, going to show that under Van Buren. So that for their detestation Let
be useful to both. consider well
. which it birth and we consider that hold the Cassites and to exclude the Whigs. as
.\ gave ; when should be the first
: ; ,f respect for its just authority and acquiescence tons we among the Indians are, in reality, about ,to 'quit the of liquor, a good licking has be what new interests may arise from these recent

t. $ in its constitutional.measures are ''du ours the second commercial nation on 'Despatch from the.Gorernor. State. fallen the Whigs. 'events,,which*.have: brought.our.two'

i1 I. ties required by the plainest considerations the globe. There is in existence a Light In the New-York Assembly, a vote on a countries_ so near. together, and what pur-

! : of the national' Mate and individual welfare. House Board-holding its appointment under -I We have, tfirough the politeness of Gen. [Correspondence of the Savannah Georgian.] bill similarto, the Maine liquor law," has poses of friendly amity and intercourse.this,
f.. to in tbe.h rtso'thdsehogovern
: Hopkins been placed in of the ought inspire
: ,
" .'. The WhIg Canejia Washington.' authority of Government-composed of possession KEY WEST, (FtA.) April 15,1852. been defeated by a fair majority. In the both ch l 1tries.h. *"' .*'' ':i.
and Professor following of a despatch from the Governor -. 7 (' .
''i army navy 0B including copy Editors Georgian:-The steamer JamesL. Lower House of Pennsylvania, a similar '
::V The Baltimore Sun of the 21st has a full BACHE. of the This Board, t that officer, which exhibits the Day, arrived here from New Orleans, on bill which had Senate met with The District.delegates,?to the i Baltimore.
passed the
to.. .tclegraphical account of the Caucus pro- in their report on the subject, officially exhibit prompt, energetic, and humane purposes of the 12th inst., making the inu'in a little less Convention, oftlhe State of New Yoik;who-
ceedings. A exciting discussion took defeat by a vote of .50 to 46; -
very :
than hervarious
place on the resolutions declaring the finality that, our light houses in character andsfety the Executive in ,regard to tbe Indians: seven days including stop. met choose two delegates for the-SCate-atlargejhaveselected
& and detention by getting ajround'at One branch of the Massachusetts Legislature -.
of the Compromise The caucus adjourn. ,most disadvantageously'compare wit E FLORIDA. ) Tampa pajes Bay. Gen; Blake the contractor for :has the'Mafpe'lill ;J""* those possessed of'Free*
CUlV'EP4JnTf passed
i"! ed-at eleven o'clock at night. It was'deter- those of the first European nations; and yet 3, 1852.t J. the removal-of the Florida Indians, came as the soil propensities, in opposition' to' a pair of'

jt-: mined to hold tlfe Whi National Convention theirsuggestions areiiot. properly acted DEAR SIR : Your communications of the passenger-he'has lately returned from a Greely is decidedly lachrymose:over- Old' Hunker'rivals. The elect, itit*said;
at Baltimore on the 17th of June. The up. untoward fate of the '4pri 1cipJ elsewhere! '
I j either the at 25th and 27th till., were received by the .visit to the.India Nation whitherbe1 has ,I! will sustain Governor Ma.t cnpon wJi \tb'
on, by Department
I' following were the proceedings previous toM Washington tbe'result '
Ii> } held conferences with Halotta Mikko'Chec We hope won't encourage.peopledown : *. .
mail of this r -
tbe Convention : the morning, and am necessarily Buffalo robe bas fallen -
the vote on : or appropriate Committee in Congress. I jBowlegs,) Appaiaka (Sam Jones,) and ma- this way to drinks ," .
-' '
!! Tjf- Mr. Marshall, of Kentucky, offered the Now, when a case strongly in point is' compelled reply to you very hastily, and ny other of the principal 1 Chiefs;j'lhejr1 have iThe.raa Missouri,State Democratic J ,,Convey

Hf! ".t 'resolutions introduced by him at the first presented-when the imminent danger of without an opportunity for much refection.'Your at last consented to emigrate and it is ex A correspondent of .the New;Yorki-Kr- ; j

SjiHL. meeting of the Whig Caucos. another Florida, light house out movements show much decision,energy pected that a large boy will l leave, 'very press has written a letter declaring that the \tion,have affirmed-the- finality of,Hhe Com-j
{Jjl r ;$ '.- Mr. Stanley contendeJ that they were out is soon in the eleamer' L.Day. Gen. promise i ,nominated. ,au.tianti-Bentonite-.for) ;
'of order and tbe chairman sustained his ob. and the means suggested which and expedition; and meet fully my approbation : Southern Whigs are nearly unanimous :in
Ii1r j: : may aver Blake feels confident that by the month of Governor, and instructed, their*delegates to;
1FrJ1* 'jection., : r it-while, at the same time, an important and commendation. But I think October next there will not be left a single opposition to Scott, in his present attitude lhe National Convention L to,SIlpport'Casst

| 5trJ"" After a discussion, principally ..betweenMessrs. incidental benefit can be bestowed upon the you hazarded too much ingoing s far into Indian Capt. Casey, U S. A., i the hostility even existing with such'Pen riB and;Butler.' .. : w'*

Marshall and Stanley, the decision commercial, interests of our young State- the wilderness, with so small a force. A former: Indian Agent, was met by the steam- l.Mangum, "Stanly, Sic., .,Mr. Stanly.addressed .

'ff, 'ofthe-18.;.. chair was. sustained-yeas 46, nays bow urgently does it call upon Governmentto disaster; under the circumstances, would have i i has er, on been his oh,way Indian from duty Fort; hev'oc Jrer'whlther he' i a replyto theWashington.Rfpublicj denying J'The New York Whig ..egsltIveCati.t ;

Mr. 'arshall1J as the chair had decid. extend its aid. The' first request is, been irreparable; and your g ting' back Tampa Bay, the present headquarters of I authority for the ,statement: He cus"have adOpted r so1uiJons r%far r.of, ,
*",|f ed the, Coinpiomise! principles of,the, Whig a. more thorough examination of the St. safely with your prislerL I conceive to be General Childs; he report every thing quiet says he has: .y confidence. i in ,Gel' 'Sco, 'apiroval General! SCOTT,foithePresdencyby. a.vqte..

administration out of order, the caucus was 'amon."lhe has of and Mr. of 50 to,.1. stated, ,.however, that
; : John's. and contiguous outlets, by the Coast very fortunate circumstance. It is unquestionably .,be .Compromise, quotes : f iIt.is.
i place for a Whig to lemain, and then i written a letter to Captain Jeinagatiinstructing : -
lip and I will always Shell's assertion that he used his influence thirty members .wereabsent, mostly Na<
hope -
# :wiihdrew.F Survey ; and, if the feasibility of the pro proper you I him to deliver over to his charge the : <
t bear ,mindi; to"guard against i incurring in favor t1fcl.se""measures:'whilejaCting'Se: i fional: men..who, entertain. preferences for
The negative vote against the decision of posed plan be'endorsed, that;(the necessary I i Indians recently captured by him-while on J -v -** e -u '* "* '*

w> ji .t chair ivrere Southern 'men, except Stan- appropriation be, 'made. by. .Cqngreissaj.r anytjnnecessary\ : expense e; yet it isofnoreimpojtnceto his last scout ; he apprehends that no' seri- cretary of War after the .death.of,General FUXMORE.: .<;> -' :.
i y '" Jey.Moreheail, lcClilloughand: two Ken- i our wjll! arise from the killing of tbesquawjas Gen. .. .< .
/ against snrprUe. result Taylor. He saysu Mr. Clay, H rri- 1;
$1 0,000)) to undertake the.worjc. ; guard
,. ; "The
-iuckians. rf it State l s1 l.tas
: accid <
: was electiijn
t ; 'and defeatt. Tbese,, 'Seminble' Indians purely ntlt Gen. Mr :TUlmore I b- j -4.I
To show the I ccirrenceof'd5. Taylor\ : t Mr.JW :
: the affirmatives Fowler Wade frequent utis.1 sop 'defeat'of
;iAmong were ; : resulted the
f.tThe ,sjquaw'referrod is not dead the.Whig can,;
known tobeireac&erous1 'and i
; .Campbell Sackttt, Schoolcraft. and other?.' aster to !light i houses, on', both1''extreme'ofpur kre i '- )n ; LOVa *rjj ;i ./ ,?;fc there' tha'ybe : : : ster, and Gen.Seott have all been denouncedas didate'! for.Governor, though 1 theyhajeelect't
.. t.The attendance ; more ol hem ovet th ir boundary ,than dQlg '" .
) was'ratheiJthinrR' nuni- information ; ( ; Abolitionists when'their names have been
,; coast, we append an !
tenio, ,, ed tieirLieutenant i Governor anda -
.I majority j
-- It' ,
her of Southern .members'and some bf Mr.Webster's is supposed. There maybe -- forward for"the :
from the Detroit Advertiser, ,. generaly Correspondence of the,SayannaSlRepublicau,] brought! "Presidencyc7.'Sb: of the
gt:1 friends being'absent. Alegn Legislature-thus securing a.Whig
an ''understnding' between Bowlegs and will it* be, no matter:who is nominated.'? :
i Another that Michigan, March 20, 1852: .- '. .- KEY WEST, April 15, 1852. Senato .
U -
desjatch Senator DawsOn '
: 3
say ?-3c
house'at' 'the mouth 'of' ourKalamazoo some o'those who are cled. outlaws, and ", : Undoubtedly it will, so'' long as their -
recommends The light Gen..Blake, who is attempting to remove opponents
Whigs at the South and all others ; .-
.-.? rzTT 'I : r: } : ">
; .i )
that far
from the j :
settlements '
: who demand a pledge! of adherence to unwilling to serve any longeras you;are the,Indians'from Florida, was a passenger are compelled l! to,present-as their. own Kointh and the.Order. of the lron..Star*
the measures of the Com promise,'to stand a decoy to 'unimproved harbor'afterhaving ; with a.small force, they might rally a on, the'JameiL. Day 'on''her I late arrival candidates men with damaged political repu <
kloof, long witnessed : ; : He imended td have landed We are informed,' ( the NJO. 'Deltdot
,4 from both party organizations until .' the'alstreSldanger party sufficiently str'rg to surprise and defeat fromTampalJ tation such Gen. Cass.:. -? says
$, and death' of many' :: at Charlotte's'Harbor on the tripdownvardotti'e the ) that committee of the Gene
,, the
t National Conventions take l1stJnst.;
... ... theirpostin.respective, 'He also"expresses: the"'opinion want.of; that which"''it is sacrilege on 'the you., or to force. you to retire-either of boii.but was prevented on' account. ,The Express jyirrterjjo5ns]! ] j } jwitli!! mach force ral I'Assembly of the Order.of tbe,Lone.Star
: ,f hit ihefriends of'ibe'' Union'' rganiza- part of Conge &to.withhold, ba prostratedherself' which j:events ,would,have a verybad .efleet, of. her arriving'there in 'the night. 'He returned in support of.bis reasons for the alleged o'p* waited. upon Gov. Kossnth ,ai evening' !. A.bug .

lIon fit YVa.shrngton '*i!jrn(dorse' the tecom ; ''sands and wave's Where upon, their; removal. Consequently every I 'in ihV'Dai :'ihtending'oii arriving'11 at position,:and @VS'Gen'.,Scott only Viipptotte'datthe'jjQ J"depj'interestingace,1vhch.beingseret.! 'Ir'te"iew t toot'
Govern: .
) iriendatroiisvbfch' liar'ej:been made of :a sleep'the spiritsof those icims'of precaution!should:be taken lo Cbarl ue's Hrbor to take "small boat and ". refe'rredMto1.1.ihejfbnr'original; 1V-1 ad and'confidential,*
mentpidit1' and perfidy ;( ; she atdotinst'' : ; : : *-''JIWethink'this'fa \"
i- --- KationarCdnvenlloii' ofIbe party 'm1 that tthee failure in'onir movements' proceed to oshcbie'ri where the.esults have not trinspiredSTJTCW
[ ; lies jn her ruin-fit monument u1n- any justment measures the Territories
w .. he, the 1had .
.- city. al ? I't "* ';r > L- expects Mee ltdi n : ] abve:all'cib >s,1jot
bus to us?on> ; and'1 these I: sent ommLuiqnfor '
tea'ahorea you broughtfro Js n.tt&tbe'indian but that his views are unknown is 'tothejFugitive'Slave'law
baviWteJ ( West i '
,. titi salt the >osit'fbnrwbrebtthe sense'orthe7
Prii f dfhg of th 'Vlllo' Cbiirenitbu.Jli waters) an oWenesayltb 'Von I ;
---'..- ,-r :- '* 'I, iaerse'. polcy:8hefel ny.% asked .only,;fora territory, and als'O"; bant.Bs.ty Bowlegs and_'thVpistrict\ .Slavery. nalioa'has-evinced'tdtrards'theichemesTof
lt commission for a o Lieut. ,for the purpose Geneal ;
t. r "- MAc, April 22.7TbeUmon i Captin'M for bill ; l ; ", i; (. r ,-
Co eniion'met"flt: Milledgeville Letter from (paptalu.CaSey. you think' the 'commission 'for2d.,tientunnecessaryyou seemed quite sanguine that' he would be .' KOSSCTB'. secrelf'ebriferehces' ;trilh'
able loremove; 'the 1ndiansira short t Letter: writers highly compliment MrMallory's ; certain n4j""Orders" very'- ;much: Hnbafr ali he
; t -day. Fiftycounties vere represent it But re. ; ;
The Nalionai Intelligencer ; can, return .. think, Bowlegs is'willing! to he' : rT-'feloquent
fr: ed byone hundred and eleven delegates. ; publibhes ,a under go SYand proposal for discipline !in the ,Navy defences ,.he has made of .his.:mo-
circumstances full Sam Jones :
letter from this officer dated the a company is'wiing'also. re i .Z jjiyrn:<3 v." -"-*
b !i. Hon.'A. II. CuappeU. of Bibb, was chosen at:Tampa, & i t&vesand and forman
that incident
after i
small force' I of the remove has long br.half.pay, forjife .. a.:.certainperiod ,.. ,purposes, en-,
a. second ,
President of' the Convention and Hon. 18th Marcb in the letter of Mr. a you ought to make' a : ,t ,! Thomas and (Hon. Sam'i.; : reply, t expeditzdnwit1f because there be been known to.be the chief cause that' the I .of.regular bervice-..and, good; beha titling,him'to. as heariy a'!*Gpd speftdy. \Qi
James Farris
t may. pre.parations '
CABELL in the some
published sam'epiper jrn -.," '- : ..: : remnant of Indians in'Florida have not viour & '' shores ; iis welcome.'Ma them.
? Vice' Presidents P. W. Alexander Arthur + gone rewards ',' and :forfeiture ''pay oar as. ._ was.. .
; to eurpriseyou. ,, J t / -t 1 L.*- -1 *
weeks ago, and'which(,we'copied; ,. Inreference West! What argument Gen. Blake mayorbus -
t .: Hood Secretaries.and W.W._Paine, Esqs were appointed i to aspersions, -loosely cast j.upon" ,,our .1 wrote you, a .b'Qt time,;ago, fully....Jny brought to bear on this octigeharian: to for .misconduct: This i1Je'oi,is somewhat..beUer' i 'YlBGISU'THEOLOGicit.. .1 Snu ,uT.XTbJr' : : ';
i iI yiew 1 which him to' at this >from than,a restoration of method whip* this'InifftS31tiorfat
: Hon Charles J. Jenkins moved the State connection recent' I< perceive you have not received:1 'aduc remove lat"day : are tfitrty wb stdden at,

: i! ,of'. a Committee of. three from appointment of threatened Indian withJte, and}theob repor. *!My* letter,>ras' 'directed tl Enterprise nativ eoiIs'e do not : "No.gnment'or l ping, which'Mr;MalloryH me time' ago' dei Ihe presVnt'tlmel 1wt ty' Defong 'Jtb;

,i; each for Congressional l-thp"Conveniion.District to Motion report carried business ligations of t (Government'I teS-p: ( % ie_removal ; '?'r Fort'Galling.and. J think('to the'care been able'ind to influence5 c beret hio, bail forenad he' 'always; 'has fendeJ .j inThecauii, 1 g1'b ;pe n J: ;: .; ,, ''the! 'Diocese'of' ,Virginia*, sir to"' 'New'Yo11Cf' ofl :' f. i .4

of Mr. Gijnn. When return ..yottrwili obstinately ref Used to ( s of hhe"Locb eObef"ti teeIcPennsy1van1a'a'n''one- to Massa-
.' of ihe Indians. CABCT_ t ; ; tbeEvrglades.Such ,
condenses -
and till M. ,
hen 3 PJ Tbe Convention .
Captain C '0 "'' J -"J":l Uttu.'U -- > : t
l"J i
enquire for it ; it.will give my"viewsmore is'his'tthority over the Indians that chusetta.: .jnthe'l.ini i'ci s e'f f tjeft.
is harmonious.- the following in substance the alle you Maryland Legtsla\ure haye .expressed a pre hooa.8.Ja ,r
'j' .* -" :
I a be h under 'bis'control l *: .jt-t I :: A" : r
The'Committee to'report matter for action gations'of Mr. CABCLLV SLId "continues'his fully than IfsbaU'b' able to'giv'e'yoiiat.this : ] ference for Gen'C.u.lor.the Pre icl DCT.'!' Ii students! in the, Middle.,,eight .anJ in. .s
and '
his'word- law'tbthem. \
; ; l itGeB.ucCeCd '; j J"-: ) J
I r4; are kin.:;1st,2J,district Sturgis---Cnvler Bivins, Binovrand and 'Davis Hop-J 3d, letter''for;.the'purposehe, '.writes, of. 'i how- ,time i -, .bne'lbmg'" t' .*' '- n'ustbear1!: /m -.he twilj!accomplish Hvhat'the' Gbyierrimeiit *t-t 'I'r_ ,4' Jut..', ( eor.oI1qe9. '. ,.; t" i tl "
The'lmich'f eared ?Carolina :
mindtbat South i Conven-
the cha acierofth yoa.wer.prderedto: thej frontier, omc r .otte! arniyfand'.ciTilianshave .. .. : ...
Poe Trippe Cartinsrf4th, 'Diamond,''Ken ing charges' r i 4 fl tionr ( r---1 --I 't.-: : t1 -" :; : )
dall arid Slaughters 5th, Lumpkin,,Lawton the, Paine's LandUigi-and 1" because of;the confidence reposed iia; your been trying for-in'vain, since'the close -composed of .i majority,Secessionsis' UNDE.GaOtTNDihILR'OADO1JT OJ'. OJLu.. ,3f9Ii9Ving
; .1By Trealy.of 'LJ- 4 -:- -n : i l '
aAd Milner;.6th, Reese Cone ard, Kenan } all treaties T mf with te'Florida1) Indians,' judmenrprudenee1and: tapacitl'whichwduldCite ? i of be the Indian War.T We bop'beJmaycnot' elected 6y about'ohe-fpnfth "bf-'the'Tb i ', T/' f : f !.aneztractffQp a."iettcraadr.sse

8ih,'Jenkins. Corwin- 'and Thomas.' 'A.' Snc.tbat.: ,, the'" .of vibe Govern _, ,'!.---.yotfloVet! jri'.,i'any'emergenc1 ly disppointe.eneftedvben; ;South this co--tinual.'cans.e> of t'ers< p fCoiigress thi tate,'J tbltate, ,1 jjptcP,cons 4 fi9n. ; by aBoo
l(3' MiLiiJXJEVitii' (vu MAco ) 'V been plededtothepeopIe' of 4" Y9: J J.p ; alar : dis: .removed from and act_upon.the measurn..ofrtbe, <&uthtTJt one of their vesselno!. i; p0s
fc Florida that .y
) the :
: :; 'Anri1231P.M. shoold-be removed.
The \io:Coh.vefllioh'Coinmittee; report J 2. The plighted India.faith of the Governmentto ing forinstruction or: advice, which might her frontier,'and emigrants know; thtt\lhey ?.was.:to'*hare:inetandpp4aps. ; :.i!See J that.yoa do mot*bring' c_jT"-',aflyp1aegroeaslaveway

: ed this momilj. !The''report -reaffirms 'the the-Stl and ; '.of .Florid ba been cause/a/: '.delay, that) might''prove \fatal.u. 1 1 will be secure.; ii intsetUingJ-'andiJ a !k' a4au; making> urnprovtiaents. ,'- ,dJ y.t. .'nat.,'or*"I''Ue"26tb.11nsfant, <>' < ,i -. tti1n J.' tl' '.),. UY9 D"matter'any itla 'B ecretN isi itt!
e'L i. prinbiplesAffthe 'Uhfon'1partyy-take5; .no ,- : : ;y. .1 .: shall, ;expe'ci to receive"communicationi i ; from ..-, tl' .:,... ., : afret"y-W "( Yetftrfi bfp Snd?e '
e.i -tHvJ i .u I. i. .- 'Ji'j i ( ,9 f"rrI' tlRse of iRenresentatlve' nth Bay f- IWi5lOfl (
%a acton Bpon"Ihe Presidency" ,at'pr (,and 3. Crin-ofcr'of wheievervoucanmak, '. ,.- iv-v- -1 ,. 'I
bntyourposition.must .. L tlil
& the"rglar army youtf ,.them; 'J. ; 'slaves to'theiriowervor 0
; : : ( 6i wa.fat liter -Mca'
; any
calls a' Ulon Convention:'bf Gtorjia" have, Yariod1ime.t t I' 'f Gnerl mae.'l ,: -1 .9th jnstant af-t t
be such 'asto ; t. ) ,1g CH: ,. 'U, authoritiesWe- ;woltiispare Jnel J
idansby aecesilYj HI"t- !: o J 111.ltrctlrrr ; proper
meet NatiotiaVCoflve'ntiois hyFt biitgof grement1 witb1tbe'Ii a .the Wakulla fying the.legal reDtesentaUvesol'J.UIEa CWATsoofOeoga' tole I i est9ipg ,.to ;re'
which render. impossible often:to con- leterdl '. tber ezpePc.fr : :
r made their1' report-- i yon !
Ft :; Is ',thoa hf ti.:few member was crtaio conditions,'to occupy we a;'portioii"of,the) snlt me'inregard! tb'youV' \ movemeh'fs: cbnseKiy" .. 7"'a Tasipa". April ':'': 1 i1. : .'foi, .ln9 nysp&td'fr jh! A f.e J el n Irthata rtJtit :

wtre1f( lo'Baltimore. theJr in- territory tb "Stt-Florida': *:u;: ''t V: *-';n : >" IJiT .I':: tH wu* v M ,' jp trorW G i'BTe'r 1OItblsabont r 5faYepur'h3ed.of.tb8 ree J : .f1i' ':. :ri'h. ."ii: 0 -. fli.!. ol
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: ) NR.ILoTs.Judge
di"dual [ v -j iled thC1emva'jOf'tid' l diahs' IxoRTLNT19
tdpI16 II.lt ,, 1 :, ttl: GfrluDotba Eif'tIY sources jo TOeetrcircumftahces; with';I;fiII'aUIC he i is sanguine! that'most, if not alt of'them,1willfeb.3' ; ; 1g ppr2pri f ll1 fr: 11'j ui \ AA E- O. PhiadlpbinhaS: leciJe4
..PLTJ1 BIT D&ow>:iKo-On.ihi: : afternoon lhatrrtctlon!* < t" !.t r ,fcyvtvWijrthat4be thaVyour att '.will;;be.:approved He !th yt, shaW-go and'' he dollars for t the further extensfoa bl,the
o,,. 8thGeorge ,I*, an, ,., fI rOtl'IW l t r t; < Jk : will!'nor give!them in'rich 'to"''jriake v uri Capitol.1 i The>orVmen, !noV having'Jiaaff '! irtjories done-b y her cpHraio'nr-whfcahoti''
; sof1Jqbtp Lt.t f hilip' Esq.t thiscity '' f l. ,.J. <*# irtf\e&Yo'-0''ee:1j i: 1 ') owl! gi h tit 'for1 th,fdeliKtibnand .T r? /! T"'" I.-* -\l! er vessel if:she has a:pilot :ioa board p but!
tirOeYuy ,
(.. j !!fp .II,).wbUesh1ng.-..from.tf&pjftnof ." .' a4a.c.teauou;. : i'be.pl;in& ,hare. .in 'j' ... ,-J. :joujr.! their'minda' : '\p'1t fclplace,' fqr, ,some worctq, ;) op'lhave that.the.i> is-responibI'1ov.n11 sagl1do

7 Oft ot t. ) < t. Sebastian Bridge, l a ; :) irl- fat "trtut t : J1J thf ; '.d- .r I, 4 'd' Talk ntrl Hrtlnbe! thrown up theifhatlt". ) ': I i-ill. .e'Ao r; e I ,k1 Jj. plh,! t
F "iftiidffajljp i intothe deep, part-: iyI thk.i1L'.P. ,..r ;i I J 6 I : "l :O neraiBrafceW' fortunate,' he'too. Is1' bti oledi'BwC4Tsr .4t fA -8<1'r; fromQtjo(4bjedsthe&16thontiitbit r i & Jt! b'ut on b acI.--
tb ,r wAi.d.fp wneJ, there,being p boat ,' 'dt 1l hrcb'tc "* i't Wi!.> t> .f--TT-s.>,JM DtCt\'wih'' he tks'tothemighaitd .tbwrf iow ,deipatch t "of the 'o'ne! ,f
orter jan4Mj&WbiCh.tbImrlt 1 R.'i'Ll .YP,9, ,.P.P l !i'.rd m ,! !$I.t b giDID A f M i.A ,-' ';Utefrem'thedslegatsstoi tf11'b.wtS o 2 els''''th litO'aUm.'I\ ;
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t His older brother,, Ih"h.o wa t.6e.,( plated the riddance the o1LlliOf 'ci .iUjMT.m.n.i: J f.i t enho'Qrd f .! tktWbIg NatsouLGoetfliJcm, iscdctcrWnt ol akill.

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"A' FB.ACJWKHT.'TO -' WEBSTE1LDIUP1Oi'A1tIy 11'.r.&: {.'.bt_14. .'. "" ..ot ,.. :. '.' .;If' :I-I t l 1 :f:'; J; I i ; 'J' $ f;Inst1tu. 1 teI lo. '@ 8L:ltt\'n l jC

Bring offerings to the Lord. nIX TXTVTlv ,. : y..Lb.
having been >
THE ENTZRB.W9RZ'ABRIDGEr 5 ; uoeeasfU .Ii "
gut let the heart be moved w'thholy dread; '. ..-'. ClaMical end' j : operation,Tor more 1hiA.two year. PIKE IN PEARL 8TREETV aad'Fletcher .
lore Ia !VoI Crowm%u..rt..r8* ; win beresfter'b. under the control ;New York.'.jbre .
Won by a Saviour's ; armed with His faith, Page* i JATCKSONVILLEjPLO joint of Ste1,.&aiel &heir

And openld by the genial rays of grace fcjConuintaf THREE TIMES doe IDWer fOUnd is. ;'B.i' MISS P. SWMLTAND $;'MLMARLOW. ;:content*destroyed. s,Je d*_fefert.word*! t.uT
.th.rZaglaili Dkrinu7 ,," N. .BROWN 'e p l.
IOI 1. tbi.I cosatry. MIL'.MAMJOwW been- RICH'S SAPB.
To bring forth'gritefu1 fruits of charity _. \i__ ,"..... ar a : :00'rEUBSCRIERbavlag- one of theme* fropular lately Academic connected with 4GA.1LIUK. : .

Ere it draws-nigh unto His holy shrine. 0. & &ClMeiriam. 'Springfield, ir B, hlJt' a. CX, and'brings with her the.highest.tGrwavflto testimo, ELEVEN SAFESof different lerii. :
with their contents! .
; &h nial of her character and Tbe8&fe-aiad.briaIch&
Shall hearts upon whose tablet there are -tIIUVmR..kNlIa.& \i b 8 b acoj place;Led rWD". races as a Teacher.. Ca.defied the flame and brought out it*co&twte _

I 1rik and testit merit BKft. JSSSSSftJ-- Mr' without a mark of fire.upon. them { ::
traced hit constant effort to cultivate the "'e.flhll. -

jUcord of enmity with fellow men II TESTIJUOHIAX.S.Etymological calvin Oak fe w and esteem of bis pupil*;'and to Instil and Miss the SWART public generally,tenders her for thanks the liberal to her.friends .. GILBERT'SrLETrElll J. .
part surpasses May. Oaf which patronage
any tend
Presume' to bring their gifts while yet the breach lot let Jontfor On EnglM Langwy." Gunsmith and pes.refine the t cTlo_ the h: o adyrewiTed, andjwpwtfBllyJnlbnni them THl'mi- .IS nJCTCHER'AXD MUKt m'J&TFJUWi
Lhbren is unhealed and be approved 1 Machinet Without Defer in the least the' i' that by the-recently fanned.association with l'a' dt
of Cain. pennoAntly be 1. 1n Mrs. Marlow, which goes into operation the .l\ '
Ask the unhallowed sacrifice HA8 aJackn. tnte will conducted on on '.' :; !l :
lit '
,E.F.: He II prepared to of March,an additional number of pupil _MIn., isi N
most con
Or vows of Godly love from seeming lips ID.the Gunsmith line, both .Repairing and By a thorough ch' system of reviews and* ex II. be received into the institution,to whom,a faithful Rlt'Jr It C .l"Wat rStre. W.v Y01t-'w
exDerienee bu Jf ,
fir reach the throne on high, if from the heart /4tCt Maul ;He has a new process of El- &aD'w -himself that. nawettpA' the and conscientious discharge of duty.will.be Sins, when iHSv consuming: pla.it*

jf o contrite murmur breaks "Lord is it 1 1" wlcb Jar surpasses the 1 method. acquired, enot Aen be lost. Knowledge-x ."once. cheerfully given by both the teacher r-7 .t-o 215Pe&. kee'-J wu my*be.a&.J*
hare them order- Mra. )"">*wBl devote' attention' RCDlllaer
TOM Wh e mae Great inducements iTed41tb particular Countt.ssj.ga IIflJ leu .apP-
cursed traitor osk'd, and on the earth a of
way to
The and. ; entrusted t health and of situation-to the French Department., as well as to the usual ruins ID COUDeeUoD With 1'111 Exee War-& bet.A
t Who, save the Lord, could say his tool spoke not his care will receive 'prompt attention. lug to send children from pnt wish English studies._ and did net read the accent will I wo ftaHW it :

? Until the loathesome kiss called from on high chare hopes of by public close application.'t business to met -a will be s i providing for their comfort pains and Terms per 'quarter of eleven'uxtkt.Orthography was too late to save my books which were place&
patronage.Jacksonville. in one of jour safes, purchased from 3/r.A/arrm ;

The mingled wrath the heaven's countless unnerved hOlt.l.t frame. "Every uholaar knows its TalU.f .** .NOT.. 13.1851. tf. enl pl win b fib.ie,though mild ,,'reading- ':-,' wrltinr'and"arithmeti ; :" -. .. ** 00 some years oco. .Jk/r fears e not alloyed when .
t Lay not upon .. Grammar, geography, and hwtory, 500 I found U necessary upon rtt7'reCattl .to apply the .
The heavy mail of manhood, lest it crush To' Dr ggis t.A.ptlcu The course of instruction includes branches The higher branches of the English-. Croton Water 40 hour before 1 wo* enabled-U

His untried strength, and banish from his arm Perfumer*, Confectioner, Pa. of a thorough fie EDIU Euo tb education, -. -' -, ,-600 commence operations; after which it required.,64
hours of labor and .
I full Extra fot1nsi.rijet1o application to raise the Solo
The power to wield unerringly his sling. Factors,'and Dealers it and a ENGLISH fOl STUDIES.aY Cle c. Iragnoge charge and drawing.' 'yin.:.the:". French: monder from it*ashy'.: .You may judge"of my ,

the foes of Christ the .4 Toilet and Fancy Articles. The anxiety daring this delay, and '
Nor place upon badge A very valuablework- a Kzczurrr toXVEET musical department of this Institntj0iTa; -agreeable sur*
Of fellowship with him before they know EDUCATED HAW." PRACTICAL.ADVISER, or.Com- Orthogphy Reading; Penmanship; PhonoComposi. under the charge of Mrs:BRTAx;an.accomplish: price upon opening the safe in the presence oX a
THE Geography; and Med. ed performer the Piano number gentlemen to find Ill__book and
of over One Hundred for raph. en Harp Forte 04 Gni- pa.pen -
the of thorns
The pangs imparted by crown the TOO of Druggists, 'Apothecaries.Recpl Hsor Rhetoric; Book.Keepio ; tor.-,Pupils from the country,con I* accommodated -- saved, and as legible as they were pre'vtousio

And the burden also of the heavy cross LIJh Confectioners, Patent Medicine Prfumer,, lion : Botany. the' Bible; .Vocal with:board, in 'respectable. families, from he fire. The Intense heat to wbi b the-Safe w s' *
Music, : $12to15p rmonth.Feb.26tf ., .;' subjected can e conj eare4 frees the eooditlo* j
Which must beborne, before the fadeless wreath Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Articles Edited by Dwing. ; of

4 I Can be attained, to prove them of His flock. HORACE EvE Graduate in and Member of the SCIENTIFIC COURSE. __ (. .-. 1 iron another skeleton safe frame,tact only a Salamander.remained,)and of not which a Vet-.an.-. ;
the of New-York.
Who will wageTar 'gainst sin belore he u The most ACCURATE and 'II.lI'Tt.1IT.t Diction- Also College-The Pharmacy celebrated Recipe city of Professor Intellectual, Moral,.and Natural Philosophy; Charleston and Florida Line. tige of ft-book.' They were companion' ia-. the '

!I knows try of the Language." ,for making good Soap at one cent per Wild Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic; Geolog.MATHEMATICAL ,- ell same upon office crate, on the of eorthera second floor wore, from in the which cellarlb they 3

I The strength which he can lead 1 or warring fall will wash better and quicker, without labor, The Splendid Kew' Paeketteajuer' ruined safe upon the alainauier.. ,If their posi-

To be the mock of foes for boasting strength than any other Soap ever manufactured. This Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry FLORIDA ton had been reversed 'M> -efft the skeleton
I' alone is worth the price of the book to '
Mensuration would have
Which was not his 1 Who shall ascend God's hill! r any Exclusive wholesale agent for the ; Surveying; ; Analytical Geom- L. M. COXETTER COMMANDER remained- JTv less over' the insur- .
faiy. etry; Differential and Integral Calculus. onceu.90Vyelthe! salvation or my bo kf In
He whose hands washed from the stains of and Canada,
i your halamauder, with the .
CLASSICAL COURSE. now running regularly on the
f Is
earth, AOM before 100,000, and UDIortan
WILL ELAPSE any other Di Jiiitt Line between Charleston, Savannah -
100 Nassau-street N. Y.
Latin Greek German French.A i Le
i Whose heart made pure by the Redeemer's blood tionary of the Language will be required." Price, Post Office enclosed ; ; ; and the St. John's river. not duplicated has fully compensated .- .
5 ent. Stp course of Lectures will be delivered daring The following &hedule has been adopted. which It will afford me great pleasure-to exhibit the1ew .
thither to that for will
willing footsteps seeking rest. 0lt wl pay one the year upon Philosophy and Chemistry. The lows the hours of arrival and departure at the sofa )>nrchftt be sent free to of the United States.Stationers .
I Although the thunder of the Mount have Booksellers any port School wi be furnished with a new set of apparatus -: various ports: -. at my present office,No.251 I'earllitree&.where I
Newspaper Agents, &o., will afford i hall remain until the new, building,.1'\0.216 ,
; ceased, ample opportunities for becoming Leave Charleston ia
enclosing a cash remittance will receive the workat every Tuesday at 12 o'clock at. "" "*
erected. r
And, in their stead, the Savior's pleading tones LL. D., of Scotland, author of a large discount off. april 15 acquainted with bcience and the practical Leave Savannah every Wednesday at" "'P..i respectfully JOGEPH G.GU.IlUT.f"jjit,
of its laws.
Ch. operation Leave
Jacksonville II
Philosopher Thursday at 10 ,
Fall in sweet strains upon the ear of faith The Academic year will b divided into four Lean Pieolata every A.x. The undersigned invite country merchant and i*
That listens at his altar, yet the same God M Its reputation ii widely extended. 1 doubt.not Paper Hanging Depot, quarters of eleven weeks Students may enter i every Thursday P.3I. :." tber iutereted the pruerntion or their book.';

Speaks there, and doubly sinful they who hear this edition has received essential improvements No. 44 Cortlandt.stre, New-York, opposite after the coyunencement of any quarter, and ,. JtETmt.'UlfG, (rum fire,(bnt particularly thoM having Kich' .
from the able hands it has passed Hole be charged only from the time of their admission. Leave Palatka every Friday, at 7 A. at. safes in use] to call at the depot 146 Water street.
The pleading invitation and come not. through." nHE tl lJercans' Leave Picolata every Friday, at 10 ** A.x. New York, to ee the interior:of"Mr. Gilbert'*W

Bat draw not near until the dust of sin JL under the Manufacturing Company (organized Law- Board and Tuition,TEJI including lights, fuel, and I Leave Jacksonville every Friday, at 3 p. M. safe with tbe: book*:undisturbed, wbieh he has

Is shaken from thy feet, and the pnre folds ofthe State of Gener at wholesale, in wag, per Session of five months, $120 0 Leave Savannah every Saturday, at 9" ... M. .indhr permitted to remain for "the.,satufoctiea\

Of prayer have wrap'd thy heart in garment fit quantities to suit purchasers,at MANCFACTCBEBS'LOWEST French extra, 6 0 The Florida:has been built ..nnder the special and:>gratification-Orders for Burglar of the puLCo.ft Proof.Vaults Vault_ '
cash Music (including use of Piano) 15 and.
PRICES, for or approved superintendence of Capt. Coxetter and her
To be worn by his guests, lest like the tree credt 5 0 speed Doors, iromptly and. faithfully executed.
Paper Hangings, of every variety and Fancy Drawing 0 and accommodations for passengers are unsurpassed -

Whose ungrateful branches held no fruit, w BESTLanguage.Dxnixo DICTIOXAET in tLe English price.Borders. Panting i Water Colors" _- _- 90 by any boat ever placed on the St.J ohD'*. STEARNS Saectseors t-JIARVIN lo Rich&Co.

Thy heart should wither 'ncath a blighting curse. ." to match. Oil 0 Freight and passage as low as by any other line. 146 Water street,-and Avenue
Fire Board Prints in great variety. Including Instructions in Perspective from Any farther information can be obtained by corner. A and S&Marks
As the plant can yield no fragrance till the ap"plying Place, New York; -" -* **
Window Shades.Oil ture. to either ofthe .
Transparent undersigned agents.J. Owner of the
exeloatverigLt of Rich Patenttor >
sun &r- Painted Window Shades. (Payable quarterly, in advance.) W. CALDWELL, Charleston.E. the whole of the United.
By genial ray expands the blossom's leaves, Wide Window Curtain Papers, and FOE DAY STUDENTS. .W. BUKER, Sat'&nnah.BELLECHAS5E makers Salomon. .Icr safes combining,and.both-the only A

And the soft dew.dietila within its breast, .. Acct'BATB and BXUABLE" in giving a just Window shade Fitus, English Studies and Mahema.tc. $10 0 & FINNEGAN ,'commonly caned RICH'S safes, or Wru>E paints *s5 *
exhibition of the Lu Ofthe latest styles finish, all of their Jacksonville.
superior Including the 12 Salamander Safes with Rich's IThpromenL1
E'en so the heart can no pure offering give own manufacture and importation. As their stock Latin and Cn- 0 R. R. REIDPalatka. Feb.5, 1352.-3m. -
Till of love doth reach its is and 1 March 31-3m t : .1Ji.
gentle rays depths. large entirely new, they Aerha.nt (Payable advance.) .
quarterly i -
Then its incense rise like the sweet breath Booksellers and dealers in these ,
may cal
and examine their styles and prices whenever A liberal deduction will be made for pupils i Astonishing 1 ntelligence!. Groceries Groceries I !M- -:''
Of flowers to the sky. visit the city.Cltr the Primary studies. Address,

FRANK. Merchants can examine this stock from N. F.BROWN. The Cash System Adopted!11AT JUST RECEIVED 'per:Seh'r/Metrose.direct" -

JACKSONVILLE,April 26, 1832. 6 i the morning till 10 o'clock i the ne erenee.. the new GROCERY and PROVISION Ne r York; a full and wen selected assortment .

__'. _w.r.. ..., ..-.n evening. Hou. WILLABD HALL, Rev. S. R. WrtEOOP, STORE, of the Subscriber, in the city of of GROCERIES adapted expressr/for
"THE MOST COMPLETE, ACCURATE New-York, March 1, 1852. April ReT. COERY CHAMBERS, Capt. H. B, NoNEsWilmintonDel. Jacksonville!! family! use, consisting in part of:New York City/

JzJ-FIRE% FIRE:-An adjourned meetingof AND RELIABLE DICTIONARY OF THE Dr. MILLER.Brondywine VU- MTAVING just recei d and opened my large cured Hams, Shoulders and Bacon, SideaMess.
the citizen. of Jacksonville interested in the LANGUAGE:' On Tallow, Greas and Ohio lage, Del;Rev. T. BRADFORD,Dover, Del.; Rev. and elegant Stock f Goods, selected with Pork, Fnlton Market Beef Pickled and 'Smoked1*

organization of a Fire Engine Company will be J. E. Rockwell, Brooklyn, N. J. OLI- express reference to the < emands of this Market. Beef Tongue, Smoked JSelmon andBeef Bolo D.'c

held at the Court House on Friday evening, April Oil, price 75 BANT, Dr. A. E. Bopo YtHon. Tearh- J take pleasure in informing Uii citizens of this Sausages Makers Codfish, Irish Potatoes Sugar -
dIM bal Machiner cent
20th, at o'clock.. 9 300 per ers-THEO. HYATT, Rev. THOS.: CANX, Rev. Z. place and surrounding co try, that they are now cuiU, Lemon Soda, and "Abernethy Bis- !
Smoked Goshen
A full attendance is earnestly desired. 2,500 gallons same, 75 cents, i casks of va A. MANSFIELD, Wilminoton.Del.; L. BARROWS ready for sale,at remark bly low rates for CASH Lard; Herrings, Batter"'ar
By order: F. C. BARRETT riODlliZI. Andover, Moss.: nov 27,'51-ly only!An enumeration oi the multitudinous Catsups, Preserves and Pickle*,Pried anA-fc
Green Dried Peaches
Secretary. 200 boiled Paint eta per gal. des with which my Sto$ is supplied is deemed Apples, a choice selection
barrel O 5 and assortment of Stuart' Refined Candies
gallons do do do unnecessary :.suffice it tasay, that I have every ,
6,0 Fekin Tea Company Warehouses The also
Arrivals at the Buffington House. casks of various thing (save dry.goods).desired in the war of undersigned would respectfully inform
1 sies. his old customers
barrels Tanners' kinds and 76 and 77 Fulton at, New Tork. Family supplies, I II. T. TITUS. and the public in :general thoV:
3 Oil he has on hand in addition to the above, .
from rents Jacksonville Fla., } 19,182.tf.E.L.HAE.EISON.&CO. ,?
S. BCFFIKCTOK, PROPRIETOR. h qualities, 3 per ga .-c-THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY has t
., J,5 gallons, in of various szes, va been established many years, and has A FULL (AND BY HIMSELF.CAREFULLY;,

Jfpril 20. J. M. Hall. N. C. -' rious kinds and qualities, 3 to 5 ia maintained high reputation .SELECTED) STCICK9F DRY ?9. .:tJ

Paul Demere, Fla. J. C. Lampkin, Ga.do.. And thirty other members of the United States cents per gaon. for1'aa of the most delicious character STItEETFROIcdNG or almost every qnalitv and nainTe, suited for' th* .
I tons for heavy bearings, which have in ON BAY LEDWITH'S -f '#
and at
T.J. Kinchley, Go. L. B Bureh Senate. 5 and fragrancy, prices every LDINCU SOUTHERN MARKET.
M. C. Moreland, do. Wm. Bnrch, do. and car mhiner in barrels or instance given satisfaction. The Teas are warranted BRICK BUI ,. it T '-".jAHis
casks, required. and be returned if they do not JACKSOSVILI. E, FLORIDA.i stock consists of a well selected assortment
B. E. Carr, St. Aug. J. D. Vaugh, Fla. contency pure, may "
J. Hedges & lady, Fla. I C. C. Young, lady, two %2taL4 at ) Price 6 cent per pound. prove to be as they are represented. The Teas ; ;; ::0-i- of Staple, Dry and Fancy ..Goods,Jieady Made
ApnL 21.1 children and two servants 150 tons Paint,i bal at old by this Company done up in 1-4 lb., '1-2 rflHE SUBSCRIBE. respectfuflyiimonntheir Clothing Cutlery Hordwora/Ugtther with Croe

J. Mickler, do. W. Fla. States. the lowest market price. Ib and 1 lb. packages, making it convenient JL friends acquaintances hath y kerv,Glassware,Boo s and fadioespHatratM COM,
April22. I' Aprdtt. President of.the Man Oil, warranted not to chill in the fo'country merchants to have a great variety have established themselves in1Ie'mercantile Saddlery; in short every variety of Goods. .1lIIlaIIJO

J.C. Norton, Ct. George R. Fairbanks, To Persons out Employment and considered by those using it with a small outlay of capitaL Hotel keepenmaTalwasbe business in this place, and are now receiving and kept in a Dry Goods Store,, ; 'jAH '
equal to oil. certain of bavin* on their table a opening at the stand above named, a full assort-
E. Norton N. Y. St.
Aug.L. Boiled'r Oil to other which which meat, consisting of Dry Goods Fancy .Articles, kind country produce taken i*.exeaang*
equal of Tea Teas of
\\..H.A. Crenshaw S. Sounders, Ha.Va. Wm. Barr April, 27. N. Y. American n Gift Books for 1852. than for white. Ld.Oi there uniform is character a large'voriety,;.are done up in three Groceries, Hardware,Boots,.Shoes, flats, Caps. 'or_Goods at the* highest market* prices" {n" .**.' ,

G. S. Larkin, ,R I. H. M. Groves, Fla. To Clergymen, Postmasters, Teachers of Sab I constantly receiving large supplies of the wrappers. The inside is of lead. the second water Bonnets, &c. &c., with every variety 'of-'goods AU the Goods will b sold upon very reasonable.,

J. Reeves, Fla. J. N. Reeves, do. bath Schools Book Agents, Students, above named articles, and" my 1 'Small proof paper,and the outside Chinese rice.pa- usually kept in. a Dry, Goods. StoreWhich terms. Customers would do.well to call and examine -,.
offer for sole be
profits and quick they as cheap a* they can
for themselves before
23. T. M. retur. pel' purchasing etsewherv.
April Baugh, and Reads Families. [
J. t.PayneJa.ck'ville. J. L. WilLoms do. of B. F. POND, For sale at the New York prices, for cash by purchasEd at any establishment inline. Southern he being fully assured that none will go away uo 11
April 25. S. L. Harris, do. EMPLOYMENT. 5 War*t, (under the Pearl st. HOW the Agent, JOHN A-MAYER. jonntry t their entire.stock having'been,:'aelected suited as regards the goods and tbe'priees.ake4for
oy one of the firm, wun mucn are ana attention
Savannah Go.
Broughton at.. them. MORIUS
H. n.'V'ootl, Vt. A. Gaudy, do. AMERICAN PICTORIAL.BOOK 18 and with a view particularly to this market. they KEH-,, .i
B. Baugh& lady, Ala. H. Wheeler, do, SEARS' ,removed to 181 William Feb. 26-If flatter themselves that they will be.enabled ,to Iacbo11Yille'Noi:13 Corner Ocean & Bay St i-A

i .' J.W.E.Graj, do.MARINE. street, (near Spruce,) New York. Notice give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them .- ,'1851.1Itt.. ., --
J' -
PERSONS hovingony demands against New Goods I New Goods -.if
BOOK AOENTS WAKTED. ALL with their patronage, both as to the price:land

NEWS. The subscriber large number of estate of Roland Roberts, late of Columbia RetaU.@SJUST quality of_their good. c'< ColumlDlaComityTaiCollectorsSale5BY.virtue
publishes a Wholesale and
county, deceased, are hereby requested to *& At The Subscribers will be constantly receiving -' 'r- ,. J .5.
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.Arrived. most valuable books, ery influence popular that, and while of such amoral present them duly authenticated within the time RECEIVED, direct from New York, a such additions to their Stock 'as the state .of. of authority vested- in me by- lay:i ,

I and religions good Described by law, or they will be bad and a Assortment of Fashionable Spring the market may require,and"having:made: arrangements for tale in front 'ef'the'Coni;-
in their circulation the
men may safely engage persons indebted to said estate are requested Dress Goods, of French, British and American in New York orders can be supplied House door of Columbia County,on the first 31endayofiune1852tbefollowiudemribed.traet-9
will confer a public benefit, and receive a fair .
the -
make immediate to
payment undersigned.A.
Manufacture,comprising in part- at the shortest possible notice.
April 22 Sch Hollowell. Walker. Stangentine.u fur their labor.
23.Brig Francis, Hopkins, New I ork. compensation To men of enterprise and tact, this business '. J. T. WRIGHT, French oil col d Ginghams, American do. HdesTollow! Beeswax,and Buck /Terns, will or parcel of land situated aidcounty-on.tha
4' 24 Brig Phepe A Paige, Linekin'N' Y. offers young for Sheriff-of.atrator.Btt. French, Eneluh, and American Prints, be received in exchange for good.:: Snwonnee river, near Livingston Ferry on sad
an profitable employment
opportunity '
be with. There is Furniture Chintz, Fig'd and Plain Lawns Friends and customers are respectfully solicited river,containing 400 acres'owned by ftmos Bin*
seldom not
Cleared, met a at Florida, County of Duval. and Muslins -_ t ., to call and examine this stock before pm chasing ney or heirs, for taxes due the State and county/
April 24 Sch Florida, Dickenson,New York. town in the Union where a right honest and well Sarah Do. Jackonets, Plain 'and Fig'd Swiss Muslins elsewhere: E.;L. HARRISON, for the year 1851. State or d county tax9 90,iA.

).tem.randum. disposed person can fail selling from. 60 to 100 vo- ,A.a .- .? ', P.SANDERSON:. .:.T. WRIGHT.
umes,according to the population.Just Cambrics and JackoneU.plain and checked SepteuibcrtISSS. .. tf. 'Sheriff Ex oEcioTax Ctor.--

CHARLESTON, S. C., April 21, 1852. PuUisIied-an important National J oph.a ) Fig'd Borages, Silk Tissues,-very rich patFide -. -1 Alligator, Dec.13 1851.adee184d. .

ME. R.W BRowN-Dear Sir: inform yon, Work.: .,., BL DIVORCE. ...,tetna. -., .. -.;tV; ; 'SELLING, OFF, c .. ( ,'- ? ," : 1', .'.V.i-' -r\
by this that on: my passage _out, I lost my jib TT appearing to the Court, by affidavit thai Black Silt,very cheap, Marselinesand
and foresail, and, after drifting about and trying A new and revised edition of-onr Pictorial Description M. Joseph defendant to the Florence SUkt of every color Winter. Stock:at Reduced Prices.. Notic

to get down to the St. Johns had to put into of the United States.for 1852 enlargedand Fa the jurisdiction aboTttdBi Crape Shawls plain and embroidered, I. FOR, CASH ONLY.. -'" 7 MOXTHS.aftelldalt fcTr3Jreient my

this place for new sails, which I am now getting improved,corrected by.the lost census, with re.the of Florida, but t Curt Paris Kid Gloves,Black and col'd Lace Hits, I ., -_. .., ,' SIX and vouchers to the Hon. Court of .
made. I will be able to sail about Saturday or full descriptions and illustrations of.the Gold Regions United publication Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, 18 *G.W. Bartonl Probate of Hamfltott cdaotypMd'oik to.rtxr faff
S' tha
Monday next, and will be down as soon as possi &c. &04 700 pages large octavo. be newspaper, once Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters :- charged from the admioiatration of-U._S.& Wlt: J
ble. Yours, L. D. MoETOt, Pictorial Description of China and India, 600 mde of sme requiring said defendantto Bootee Opera Goiters' WOULD respectfully- inform the CttJienrof.i Susannah.Lowe,late-Hamilton county,decea- tt
space Bronte-tipped
Master cchr. Joseph Henry, pages; and Thrilling Incidents of the Wars of the appear, .ont, answer said Bill of Com Single Ties, Buskins Slippers tie. :'. i and the vicinity that t be is . off hu stock of Fall and Winter .,
selling -
from Baltimor e United States, 600 -retail price $2 60 per now present .JOItS.W:1LOWE.1 .
pages the of Bonnets -
plaint, on Monday, second day of August ensuing The most approved styles Spring Goods low to make
volume. the date hereof,or the said Bill be ta- Do.Children a Hate, Silk Bonnets,richly. .,I Dry for fresh exceedingly of prices Summer ,. : hilAdJniftlatrator..f'
wi and
6J-Ear Dlarase*_Deafheee Radically The Remarkable Adventures of Celebrated. ken pro confeuo against him, and Ih farther trimmed and of the latest fashion, ,::.. room Goods his a ent supply block consists spring in part'of! '"" ,5. .".- .P.l .. ,, ... .,
Cared. Dr. LE BRUNN offers to those Persons, beautifully illustrated with engravings.One rich Bonnet Ribbons.Gentlemen' j .His'Attorney.
suffering order given the premises to the Court .may French Flowers Engkshand French DeLainosAlpaccas .
from Deafness, his infallible AURAL REMEDIES volume 400 pages royal.octavo. Cloth gut. seem meet. f .Wear ,I' ; Merinnos Cashmeres; Alligator. ; Feb: ,;.' :rJz.6m'' '
White & Col'd Flannels,Cot-
which have been successful in nearly Retail THOMAS DOUGLAS; .: ; ,14 -Mrl-1 .' _-. .J L. .. : .4
Gaiters and Shoes, Cambric.
Oblic&tiolU too numerous to be described Boot*, ton Flannels,Furniture Calicoes CoI'd
THEECTHortASD CASES of confirmed Deafness. Our are n Judge &0., &o. Ready made Clothing,a splendid assortment Super French JJlk.: Cloth:Foney. These remedies hove been Dr. in an advertisement. or. FLORIDA > )'1 1iXWEEIaAerdat. hereo1iiaflappltothe
pronounced by fine. .Jeons .
SAT some Kentucky
very Sottinetts. j .Jlt sf
Kramer, of Beilm, bard and"Deleaa, of Paris, Any person'wishing to embark in the enterprise Cunty of Dnval. 5 Country merchants supplied for cash'on terms 'Silk Cravats Bonnet Ribbons< i, BIk Silk.Laces Hon. the iddgeot Probate of Columbia.

aad Curt, Pilcher, Yeorsby,of London. M the will risk little by sending to the publisher of the $25 various,for 1'IsADOKE V.; GARfiE, Clerk of the Circuit- equal to New York pricesThe country publicare & ,rari"tr11. -, ;- .L. ?"..i _J county for Letters Administration*on the eJt.f'
most wonderful and effectual ever applied for diseases. which be will receive cample copies Court of the Eastern Circuit of Florida for Duval solicited to call and examine Goods and prices Shawls and S rtJ-White,.Connterpaines,. do tiLe of William Colman*deceased. :"Tlh:: ..

of ,the internal and middle ear. They works,at wholesale prices, carefully boxed, insured do certify that the above Order At the BnckCalh Store.' f. ._J ..,.. Embroidered Curtain Maslina,Worsted Hosiery, A -> JOHN J ..CQLm ,_" "..
hereby --
liberal county i .
comprise three different courses for the various and /directed affording a very percentage a true and correct copy of.the original now on 14. -AMERMAN.{ Silklilanti11&a., ,- mg r1Jlareh3J.; .: !."A YL:

diseases that effect the external, middle, and Internal to the Agent for hit trouble. With these office. fein l' '_ ALSO,..- .T .
ear. If the'disease is confined to the external he will soon be able to ,ascertain the most.saleable In my WITNESS wHEEEor. I have hereunto set my The.-steamerTIIOm\vm .Boots & Shoes, India Rubber Shoes, Merino Tax Collector's Sal ..e*

ear; their affect are apparent on the fifth Vie and order accordingly. hand and affixed the Seal of said Court this 19th shirts &drawers Cotton dodo, U mbre1las,-Car D Y virtpe of'the vested'in'nie'1 by Low,
or sixth day. Dr. LE B. wwrmnrt a cure in every solicit order from the trade, teachers furnish, and day of April, A.D.. 1852.; apt..22 iA' Leave ,Jacksonville on every pet Bags, Blk silk & Fur Hate, together with. a .0 J shall expose for sole bef.ore the Court Hone q
case, where the year is perfect in its formation. school committees for books to whom we Saturday morning at 8 a. m., for Enterprise, large assortment of Fancy goods.\ doo-, in the town of Jacksonville, countyof Ua-..
He has eighteen certificates from those who had our own publications, and those of all the publishers touching Picolata at J past 12 p. m..and leave Jacksonville, Feb..5, 1852Vi 3m.., val,"on the first Monctay-in June'1S52,'.betweenthe
been deaf from infancy, whose hearing is now of the country on the most liberal term $20 REWARD, PUotko Monday at 8 a.nu, arrive Enterprise legal honrs-of sale,the foVSwing.deaeribedr

completely restored, and who are now enabled to Country merchants can procure"subscribers to mawajr from me on the lit instant my boy at or before Tuesday, 10 p. m. ; Leave same day -Notice.SIX"month ., property, or so much thereof will pay the State.

learn the language. Over twenty-tent hundred and sell'Scars' Pictorial Works, make a hand- R BOB, about 30 years stout thick, and p. m.for PUolko, arriving there Wednesday after date 1.wffl present my'&eo and County Taxec'due thereon ftr the year.JSS'! j

cases of Deafness have been tucctufully heateit by come profit and sustain no loss. dork complected, about 5 old 2 or inches moming gain toRching at,Pieolata;at 2 p. m.. Administrator Estate of Wm.' Sf Wit: ."' -
him. Certificates to that effect maybe;teen on Persons wishing to engage in their sale will receive high when spoken <; has a andarrive at Jacksonville same day.! ..Way,: passengers Johnson deceased to the Hon.Judge of Probate Five hundred and tw D1y-eighlalfU of'Lititf
fallparticular ,
Circular 8aknery quick
application. promptly by"moil a containing wife & is supposed to be lurking landed at any point on the river for Colambia county, and'ask for 'a final settlement Bitnate, lying and being ia Sh .-amp of '.'Big*
Patients by lending a few'particulars of their *, with Directions to Person disposed in that vicinity. 'Al on the 10th,FRANK, For passage or freight apply on Ward- and allowance of the BOBM"and of my discharge I'ottvburg Creek ant is numbered a*,Section
ease,can have remedies sent to any port.'TerIDlJ to act a*Agenttogether -with the tern on formerly belonging Joseph is P. -Tne doy that the 'THORN ,II unemployed from the administntion of raid Estate. Fifty-one upon the Plot Township Three Sooth,..
Five dollars consultation 1.e; tea dollars:when Which they,will,be famished by addressing" the feet 8 or 10 t Fegan.1'Fr. atJaekaea1"ilJe'will be appropioted for GREEN JOHNSON,* range Twenty-seven East,"tn'1hl-OfCC'or the

the hearinc U restored Its oriental acutentu. subscriber poet PAld.- -- old, yellow I complected; doe. not speak good towing',vessels ,to .a or ia,the.river,:or ,for. .. "- ,Administrator. Surveyor General of Florida! Said;Load being
'N.11.-Dr.LE BR UN .'S"Tn4r lt""rA, Ear ROBERT SEARS, Publisher k.nrbsh. ., Tef rafta1 should any : _.L .-:- t : owned by the heirs of Francis Goodwin/owner**
towing 1852. 6m.
and itsDiKitet and Treatment off A, Deaf andDsmbtrznslated apl 22-tf ... 181.Willianu'. 14. Y.-. The above reward will- be r paid for the'deliveryof : ; )t. off&eb.. 1852-8m. Alligaior-Jan.8 -1": (. unknown.. URIAH BQWDENTax ,- _.

from. .the French.-Price one '& Co's them i any jail, or$10 for either of,them J .", :' .\ 'Notice : .7T" -' A fe&C lk*.D. Co.Jacksonville .

dollar. Agency for Scott that 1, get them.J.A.SUMMERLIN : I bake & .Fie B Bakery.:' MONTHS after date I shall present rty ae- FIa'i NoviDVfcl31.( 1 td
Address Dr. LE BRUNN Union New Bread
REVIEWS. ,._ SIX of -
and vouchers as the Administrator
York.- _ap22-lm' i mIlE undersigned ha* been duly authorised,by apl2t' -"- Thus is to inform the Public that we bai mode the Estate of John G.Ziriax, deceased late of !;; ;:;I !X C II .Jj JeJ Ra

I JL ,LEOAKD &COTT,Esq., to receive orders and .' -< JL foll'preporationrf the to'W'II and Monroe county,'to the Hon.Judge.'of Probate of BY'V1RTUE"1it p wer Ye$1 LIiime 'ty
JOSEPH,:GRICE, receipt for subscriptions to the Britioh Reviews, :NEWUACK: LI other rnrchasers ,.with ,eryexcellent33ltkAD, Monroe cOunty, and shall at'same time'apply.to e for sale before therCoart

General Pommi .Merchant of .' PIES, &,CAKES,which we-are-tnow delivering. said Court for a'dischargefrom said.:Administration .. House door ia the 1
consisting '"
From Alligator to f Ocala,. Florida. regularly at the houses customers., :j") t. *f-said estates ', .,' Putnam,on the &o1l'no.r.:101Dl ,
36'WATER.'ST."NEWYORK. Tbt.London?Quarterly.,Review, ,, .. :Ve, take thia opportunity !ofv expressing oar desired to take no-v between the legal hours of 1.f,1$ e following de-
'The takes
STMCT and TTit- .Review this method thanks for the liberal evidences of eneoungemen AiipersoNICHOLA3. SMITH;Aduir.' sdribed thereof will
prompt attention'i Ten to the sale fan Edtnburtf the that he I.I. property f(jo naoohj pay
articles of produce entrusted to his care The.North.British'Review, .'I I4MMSddiUl public this which we bore already received,and.while respectfully KeyWest/Nov13,1851., .. ,. :," : : 9**+. the Mate and county Taxes. due thereon for the
**" and orders DuW a operation, upon route, com asking continuance of ihe same,feel warranted LL -- T iiirTU'I -*-- W3Uto )
promptly compiled with. h '' year wit, 16 XJO more.or, ...r
/, HACKd '
The Westminster Review fortobl and afe two-horse which 1; o
ap29-tf { "- '. T in claiming:for the Bread which w.>olf.rqualit '- NotlCe. Land'it teIyingandjlngiujeetio .. oC.,
.: : ND' in connection with 'the Eastern and in all the essentials which KSIX
unsurpassed the Sot
\ el p MONTHS afterdate, undersigned ad nrI1sbip'lQ. Rengels; tJ OI1i7'.ol.i;
.' 0 0 L D 'OAK. -BlacJcwood't' Edinburg'fagazne.TRMa .. Stage from AUigtr' to' Newesnavilkand to to make the staff oi palatable,pure,and whole .of the"Estate of Thomas Jones, 'roW'DiabiplltS'.Jid ktange26Jan4 ioa t
':. .. I : Ocala by a week} !leaving,Alii; some. ;:,V' shall continue to,we the besUflonr, cleceued.la&e Alochoo county.State of Florida sa'Or'owns.' ;au4 Rang 25eetioa3SofTowusbip1iSandR.aae K" .011

'lYatcbmaker. and Jeweller.. roroeoftofonra.viewI'$3 00 per ann. gator on Jond a Thursday' upon the'a. whlchlnthe hand of an experienced Baknlt... ;win exhibit his account,and vonchen,before $ 6 E.-;,

JACKSONVILLE. FLA., "or any two,, da.. 'I t 5?' "i'- val Oeola of t.h'E the and from run,Palatka t lIfR in .promising" .par,customers .,. the Honorable Jadge Probate for sold county'. lAid Land being returned orlhe property of Re.bertMcLerdy .

U'Ltf Err any three, t d*.' I-: 700 'V- Stages ** -. Tespectf uQy inform the pubUe that Bay Tuesday and Fridaynlgbt.. a&nihh where '
W tar all four of the Rerie.(8 00 ,'' Tamp and families any mid A-"e. _'A"1.- ; r1 TBJYDM'Pn,0"'U"
he has taken the shop on Bayitreei for. For Blockwood'*Magasiae, ''< 3 00' '" rbe assure passenger who my fa the limits of the town applied at an eorfy boor klr ,-: 't t' ""-"y .:tn'j't' .1t :; ','k ColPt1Patoamooenty.'rsJka'eb19

merly occupied by William Crothe, where he II For Blarkwood and three Review*, 9 00 :',. take hi*line a or Ocolo, that, if they; ''Fef7:cla"fP cu r Io&f.r t., -i}_ .1'T' By ByIJC.HATELYl. ; P 12..tdi; "-* !W .,"

prepared to execute all work'entrusted to JUt care For Blackwood and four Review, 10 00. ,''j< I'I detpe'oa't BlackCreek--thoysball -"MYERSkCOOrMAN.:; Oc&s IS5J.' -if ,.t46 > -. ,cr't -.n ''s'pTl .' .. .,
with despatch and in workmanlike manner. CQnreyanoe; 4 .-,' ,. .. _,_ tIr .
nov4 "': f' t
cmt. .1i.A2000usheIs' ? '
..ap9f r fAVXEltTS.TO.mB- KADE' IN ALL clanS, U AOVAJCE.CLCBBIHO. .' at reasonable rates of t.i line continue! .,} h.L :. _, : It :t ,. i ;.-.. C..-ns4yTaz. ,. -L .Slr:
'- -
r lNE W
to that
through point : 2 1
Wh1tsl7lfld ofoBthorf iamV by low* et-
Cotton and WooHenBEacldsery and .Ftci'eopies of any or:aQ'of the :above work Every attention within hi* power, M:to 't : i'IT !JUST'11ECElVED'1.1irb; i' 'BYtfiRTUE .for aaleJafront.oftboCoutTou.idqqt

..EtCaxaSawNill: will be tent to one address on payment of the regular .- comfort'of:'passengers',.and the. (.tyorp : .Fvr Ale,' '.a & oJ'eJ b 1 f4.j"t. 2 4"JW. 'r' npoM of Nosooa"&Y.&M"

and Eag1aei.\ rebecriptioa" '. .for' three-the fourth eopyetD.pt1t. .- 1 r.nderedand. he"most repeotfo $1""u."; 7J.AJ1E8 ILUlHAM' >Yth echoonerBlooming1r 'Y .W. MoydinnU2th.foUowing'de.eribedtrut

fTUlE ESSEX COMPANY,'.4Anp.MA*. COLTJMBUS DREW, ... S? ofth mbl1epat-ons ., apl'J '' ..aJrjJ"bu1. -t*. the sabscriben have just. received v parcels ofland sItUt.t.1na4 eonpti
A.a.icJresnrs will Promptly execute all or April4&.R.. Officer : cnFnrcuET3ewnivIfleApril7,1ti53m,- f' dfredfrom Baltimore._ .!- .,. On ttact eontolnlug 260 acres lying near the r"idenee -
den1o Cotton aad Woollen Machinerr,of all 'jMkBMrrUW.' >r .,' .13 4tei !T'foraleatBouUcrfcjDonit ; :,n Y Cora,'Fknrj'i -"*".t -*-* **>".<3>-*, ,of'Mr.. J.WnbstM,4jwsap.
kin4s.and wffl ; .. AJDPBI.B.-It. 30 Lard in small firkin and pc& fbrfaavT called"Uttle MilljjanoSerikartlytor ]
contract for whole Mm from the .. 7.zcbbIItBaketRNEV4cYQjTh'ULLOR4JJW. ,*. ,.,bY. t---'r iuaAk :n
water wheel. or.ateam engine to the Bniihlnr mo- 5, 25 Bbls. 85 per et.ALCOHOL 1. ***"" 'tem Sow Multor & : P 'M" "l'1"Jact.oD. ': Ba"*..l Shoulder '% t1U :1 3, beloejid Sanchez.
pDCfor bc1t Jncei'e4AD4foUW. 1' .pt. W1'. Atv./ 5jiprlf '' t i .i..i. f urvejorO'iai
tws'.1taddDiIta'" TO t.lot v.ry: d.scrfa; I 'JOHN Ai MAYER.nDII > -ijACWWtittiCE/FA.,' ,.1"J. ii.M'P Boop Candle t p'4b_ : A1j1riskPotatoes and are sold for taxis. _due. Iron se..1-'u. iu.
&*& OA": ii ,
Loeout .and Freight Can.;-chbaer7 ot&U ; A-f. 7 t < kinas Gt!Ma,'either .atahe4':t bt rogriu; ( -. l8 J.o Deeds to.W n- .1': f'or asia atBoulter&CO'C St .14TODCDUp'W' rtt ?xa-n. _1.t'anA ; L74AA1lC, .
r tla o.dei1I..mJe4 ba on.noU,. .4 'aJiW..F "Drop-B- -.' J l&tb : :- : ; 'f.1t 'r'A.wJ SJlAS1IAK/. 1, And hove on'iamd for ale every c1aarIpii6lior f. r7TJ'U d'.TaJt"_ 11 '-. _
f tTThwi nro lMrJ' L ". n ; _.J"joo JIol. 4AawA.ra4 _.ofo >, .-r.A.J tJ.t1fJ'lI ._d --; .ViaUy.Geeecles-snd niiiiiinniii uthirT1 r 'e9TP .. t&-o' '. .r.1' 111 .f'f ff' ,t" et1fla.

.1 ra GODtraetiDI'tat Mffli wffl be ftff&fcfd r J'.t.i4 'e .. i Coulter' zt5t ." whtAk J ,.JIuIr &t&eq-. .. ) ","
ot '. iWo-
; '
bea7.1.= sat '
wiLla For
dra.blp for APPUo.. .. 1.J 1
nWl. i
.. -_ gwtcuiapi .SVrtt tt .. 0. T
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: \r Tr'4&itieesl3ae" J t ..",t ''W'.141 f 1- ; :: = :1:: o i ; .1'co..8tort.Y.i'.... ; HANH."1 .fEATLY BZCCVTED AT
'. 'GORDON. leUT : .; ;: J\'j JAMES the sew Store Jam to Feraaude Babee. .
p .
Joekwavffle. .
__.' _1.' i i'C April 22-tf.; Co. Boy.ft. March 8it>6t

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,- -' MCrtlt rHci the United and to' ..4 from troinseWsa1 to, aU those who-may:bCilmDadr ete4L
Stt. 3a cme, .DiNJAMIN DAI1X
; foiUSTTjTT t I 'C.naat 'ad .nn ToE PWnSt'CEM "X
,1 t1 .
1 T UHOs OfJCES t 151. -y :w"T"r' ( &r.rA \ : :
: .
: _
i1 : :: 1 GonrrT .. For every tingle tetter- to mamacrlpt or paper -.J -r. ..... J. I i .v4c.c..r.jAcx50nTU.Lzisn 27,1851.
,. '
,. ., I .In all the AR .DwNI\ of any kind upon whih'toraton shall b j Dew/Sirjl/ ata entirely relieved of mtec.'
General ; by plalnVthankst*yo*for your"INDIANLOXE/
i.;'J' I | ts,the Attorney Comptroller JOh1NBEAltD.-'." or asked or by nail, U.e'ratejnenttoped-ak r'I zUSZ" it I.the bee lfi*t....'. ue, f ,, Q.
J. IpsHnt i'rtD' fm m
; 1 I *..District Trensr rILL1AM gf-HAYWAR charged ; and for 0veryiddltional. 4iseueandlf.tl. -hap IR neommf1l4inCi1 toublic. ..._
the .
DAVlDS. : ;
Florida! Regbter State Land half ounce jor fraction of* .
r': I | the'Legal pro.. Clerk_SpremO Court. Tis= ,;I1AYWA.RD- J weight named ll.thin tab! an..additiona single 'I ......r _. 'c---.- _, --.-r"_," 'j ._..Ql. 1 ..GA.a : 'GEOROi COt TEL
I .. -- j--- 1Q 4 5' '\ To E. Poinsett,Eaq
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va .
LtLi h- ,2 4 b ehar '" TO.THJBIEUBIJC.;
: : era :!B 1 Is.AND, Bt.Tohn': "
- Court >
: ) Jacksonville; SU'Tel' JtJgei.RuAdentf. for several rs' devoted ranch f
Having .
: \ August 7 1st.
: I J2.U' '. ",.' [Ion.Walker(:t Anderson; I CbuuiticeRon..AGemmU })enl. ,:9 ik4 t5ri time to the examination and'collection of the Dear Sir This will inform you.that- tan- *' (r

; : : ',' ,. I Aociti, Aph'. ,; various medicinal plants roots and herbs p'i- say children wee dangerously iu with the Dmsm

: ; .. -; ;Hon. L. A. ;.Tomp'| > e : ,(: ; J! tgri'D culiar peninsular Florida,proprietor of levy or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks. I trUd
'j; : .'-; l ". -'Judge*. / : ; this medicine has knowledge in this almost 'everything that genenllyroeaeff IhrdoM
J.8. a ,
I.I' ". Hoii;'Geo' Si:Hawkins Apalach. : ., j #W disease, but all to no effect. A Mead Bbs* ;.4 '
Western' 1 ) : branch'which is rarely obtained by 'those
; iS commended me to try your Meditb1.-11t,
:: 'Florida. Middle :, .1 I J..Wayles Baker ; I Tal'bas'e f" : alone is botanical ind .1.0XECUST.1 I it-andT' -
! : whose'object discovery DIAN procured j
; iJacks'TjleIK.'West lSi!'
Eastern I Thoma Doula I Vl to that 1J)Bottles of it '
,. I "I classificationO Ji -A _, happy say enredanttm
., ,- Sut.hemJ08.I B. Lancater. -I. .; M'.1.fo sj j \ -v j of caildrw-hoping valuable' Medidil
my yow
: ; ., Ucheanna \ Until tbe'prescnt he .| h ktl\tio
Ji ,\ Samuel B.tdum&lr. Cir,' Quincy PREPAID.. ..... ,. Cts,Cts..Cts.?! :Cts. year botanical remedy may become generally known,so that all that '
,I' L; Weighing i be .. -V thought compounding a be afflicted with this disease may. have a eertaiL
O .
Sol'r E. Cir. Jks'vmeOsxl3. dr pder g / ,
John I' j. .
rJk i Florida. Sander nt himself, his labors having been directed to and safe,remedy;. Yours truly, -
: K. West to ,15 ..
. Sol'i S Cir. .
..... .;, 'lngerats" Xi JAMES ,
from abroad. LATIMELTo
t f : -' not over I 0'. .J;6'1; .2 :.30'_! the filling 6f orders \ ->
01" ,, Over 1 01. and not over l 01. i ,..45Over1oz.andnoto'cr2.IZ The manner in which he has been led to Ea PolueU, Esq. '
: T LAW' I COUNTY Clerkof "- 2C4:6. place himself In his tpr ; nt' positIon io as JACXSOTVTLLB,July SO,\3SL
Probate second
[ name Judge ; Over2 and
oz. not.
Jt '., Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name WHEW '.ovr,2iol.16.. r follows:-A personal .friend"afflicted with Dear Sir I have tried your very valuable HeoV

State Courts (whenever it occurs, .i Gadsden. &c.) Tax ,rat as 'above i'. ;:'. 51101 l. 10'. '15!> Dysentery, bavmg'falled of'obtaining':relleffrom. eine safest for.Diarrhoia cure for this and find it by disease far the best and
dangerous that
: Assessor and Collector.] tinge 10. 20( : addiess d. I Lava
Florida.. not over I 01:" s 2,8 1be regular.jacultyvone day- ever known or heard of. My little daughter, '
Western Cir it Over I 01. and not over 14 os. '15:-180- 3 4 him thi1s-"It ia" kl, that ve1-1soil ,and about two years, had suffered-long. and was aged re:

County. ; Officer Post Office Over 1J oz. and not over 2 os. 20 40 cl me'pr d ce an a'htidote fordiseases;: -peculiar duced to almost skeleton,and I tried Mrt ar 8
Charles N.Jordan Over 2 and not over 2J lJ :Bg lCO75J j I
os 2 Bottle of 1NDIA LOXECUST"
Esmbi. Pelol to the locality; if so, yon, with your a your 4'it
t: ;i F. E, DeLarua NOTE.-From and after the30th"June 1351, tie of the field and has acted like charm the ;child Is now. I
LAW. knowledge .must
F. DLruaU mode of computing the rates upon inland Jett proving and may be seen by those who do lot blieve. *-
E, Santa Rosa Mion -i.e.'letters from one office wih'the lited know something to relieve me.w< \ .. Respectfidlv .

;* I E. S.Amos States or Territories to a.upon .The reply was, that he wa$ Acquainteiwith A.V. COLVIN, .
4. u Isaiah Cobb; Jr. ,I letters between the United States and the properties of some plants and roots ToE.PolnsettEsq.. '-

L t!. WaltonHolmes Daniel McLeod tchea North American provinces-ia to be .follows, to. which he believed would have4' tbe'd: sired 8?. NICHOLAS Fla.,July 31,1351.'v

4' Angus D. McKinnon i wit Single rate,if not exceeding half half an hat ounce Dot; effect; and animated-with friendship, he,set Dear Sir: This is tc certify that two Bottles of
if ,
U double rate, exceeding ounce I :
Wm.rW. a
McCoUu'u Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECUST"
treble,rate, exceeding about Jhe preparation medicine immedi- your
LAW. Abner Baker, .Gordo exceeding an ounce; has permanently cured two of our Negroes,of "
Cero but not exceeding an ounce:and a half; The material
ounce, ately. was gathered by.his
uc .
Diarrhcea. 1 take
in' Florida, and I Martin W. Brett .- vere pleasure in recommending.
and so on a additional rate every own hands and then'carefully coipou !edIt valuable Medicine
Southern Cir Rob It. Glden- additional cha.rgng or fraction of half ounce. ,your -as being without doubt.one .
Orange Hill letters' to was completely auccessful-the care was of the best and safest remedies this disease'
.(: State, and in Washington Norman A.Campbell IU The mode of computing rates upon that I have heard of or seen. Yours truly,
I Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, effected. The fame of thiS'Cnre, spreading .
J 1A! District JohnA.Taborh the British North American porince. excepted among a circle of friends, induced frequent To'E. Poinsett- ,'Esq.JACXSOTVILLE- .

,;{ 19, 1852..tr. Jackson Fred'k Pittman Mria will remain as at present, act of 3d applications for the medicine, until, to.avoid
S.C. Bellamy to instructions June 9th,1851.
I March,1849'and agreeably appended -
U James Griffin U the trouble! of making a preparation each Dear Sir. I have Indian
HAl\I, t the table of foreign postages. used your Loxecuit
1 Calvin Stephens Ui < time, a quantity Was made up an' kept on in my family, and have found it a very valuable

4 i Calhoun R. B. Evans Blonntstownc i DRECTIONS. exceeding hand togive away without thought* of remedy for Diarrh a. I take great pleasure ia _

J, [ E. Fla., Ben.F. Parker Business l .Re J. E.TOWNSEND.
I J. Land c pectruUT\
1. orrate. f hundred cures were effected. At length by : Poinsett;Esq.JACKSONVILLE .
attended Franklin Arch'd T.Bennett Apnlachicol 2d. All letters any' the advice of friends and tired of the inroads
f pled.n ,
I4 dopletter I :
E. Fix
)9, 18.J2..tf u Saml W. Spencer post office I May 17, 1851.
madt his time and determinedto '
I111t. { publish tf., and u __C .c only, shall be charged with postage at the rate,of upon purseYhe Dear Sir: This may certify to you that J bdj
? manufacture the medicine for con'scious '
1i1 i Middle Circuit. one cent each. sale negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Diarrhoea
,.w 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose that what had proved a blessing to a and that the use of one bottle of 1GIlt';
fi I Gadsden Edward C. Love Quincy tion for the last fiscal (compnsa called Indian Loxeeust"
preceding year few, could not lose its virtues from being I preparation effectually
: EL D. Robt C Lester 30th June) did not exceed may send though cured her, and I would take this method of recommending
from ats
lt'4. $ offered to the or having mercantile -
Samuel B. Love many,
the all letters himself it as a very valuable Medicine.
MID- 4' Hugh O. McLean h mai through the mail all written communications price, instead. of beiug gratuitous.This Yours truly, JOHN BRANTLEY

t'i:. :: Lon David W. Gwynn Talahasse addressed to himslt,on his private busineti,which then, is the origin of- Mr. Egbert Foinaett.

t, and Forsyth Oscar A. Myers shall not exceed in weight one half ounie, free of POINSETT'S INDIAN LOXECUST.He JACKSONVILLE, July 26, 1851.

: House. 1-faleyT. Blocker U postage. This does not authorize them to frank does not'enter the fielJ as a competitorfor Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with
1 John H. Rhodes letters unless written by themselves, and. on
t. i:.) I Wakulla Wm. J. Council Newport any their private business only; nor does it authorize public favor in the ranks of, Quackery.He .severe Diarrhoea severe that I could not attend

. .j.:4 t 1 tf. Wm. W. Mound them to receive free of postage any thing but has dreams of building-up a splendid to my business.LOXECUST.I was recommended" I to try

cccc Hall CC written communications addressed to themselves, fortune from pills and potions. Yet be doe* your "INDIAN procured one.
I Abijah Bottle of it. At the same time two members el
'. ': ccMonticello and on their private business.
.!.< Alfonso R. Combs not profess to be so disinterested a philan- my family were afflicted with the same disease.

; Jeffersoncc Thomas J. Chace Soetpaper Rates, qvarterwhen tent from thropist as to offer his medicine. for the public We all used the medicine from the one Bottle,
It' :f. Craven G. Fife U the office of to actual and bona fide good alone. He wished and hopes toie- and I am now happy to inform you that St cured'
:}i!.:..' Daniel T. Lenizo cc tubv-riberi puaio '. us all entirely. We are now all well and hearty
alize'a fair return for his Jabor, and\the expense'
John WooLen Valuable
from the use of only one Bottle of your
'l..r.' Alex'r McDonald From after the 30th of June, 1851, for each to which he has been subjected. He Medicine Yours truly,

'} Streets M&ison Saml. R. Sessions Courhoue newspaper not exceeding three ounces l weight, offers no universal remedy.for"the ills that TIMOTHY.lIARRIS.

' t. ,John H. Patterson tcc the annexed in rates per These quarter rates are to be pad here- flesh is heir to," but simply claims to have To E. Poinsett,Esq.
: terly advance. only
\ h H. GUNBY. CC Robert McKinneyHamilton u the paper is sent from the office of publication to discovered a remedy,in the vegetable: king- Mandarin, Fla., Oct. 1, 1851.

; r.c tf. Henry J. Stewart, Japr actual and bma'Jide subscribers..' '; dom for certain kind of disease firmly :Dear Sir-Some time since I was on a visit near
u William Day, : your place, and 'was suddenly taken very sick.
i that when he it will he
believing cure;
rt U Wm. J. J. c -.,: says Your Indian Loxeeust was recommended. The
;.t.j;j. : & CO. Jeremiah Dnca'. cc \ but speaks,what the name of that medicine friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle

. t I'if:\ Eastern Circuit. ; .13"1b .(. purports in the Seminole dialect-rTHB TRUTH of it in the house,and I used it,and takerle.
4 I aI I sure in informing you >that it cured
; t. AND ColumbiaAlachua Geo. S.Herbert AlgatorU .' ': averse to'having my name in print,but M,for

,:.itt S. Scarborough I .j I'iuiirt's the benefit of those that may be afflicted,you can
I U A. .). WrightLawrence Cl A- ,- e 'W, IIDIAI. ,LOntllST:: publishv&his; if yon think it necessary
..:.., ,) I K. Mickler E r ? : Yours with respect, ,
1 Savannafi Ga. A. M. Caston
;f <* Saml Russell 50 and miles not 2 1' REMEDYiFOR THE CURE OF E Poinsett, Jacksonville. .
.; 1- N. M.HAREIS. cc Chas L. nDval 50 Gravelly.Ilia, Oct.20, 185L
Win miles 105 2|
!.i j tf. Felix Livingston Jacksonville. 0 3 not over 1000 3.2 CHRONICAND R Dear Sir: Your Indian Loxecnst is a good med-
; Isidore V. ( -aruie c .75 15 71 icine. Some Lime since I purchased a bottle fromA
p'I .It 31
l', ,'..I. ., ccIt Geo. H. Smith Over not. over2000 4 3 M. Reed,Esq.,your agent,and gave it to one .
.. If:, Uriah Bowden Mandarin 10 10 5 of my negroes that had suffered very much from
k u':,oft Merchant. Nau -- Over 2000,not over 4000 10'6 4'2 DYSENTERY,, a severe attack of Dysentery.-cured him. Soon
;i C. C. Bessent Woodstock Mill I miles 125 50 121 6l Which has ever e presented to the p Mic.i afterwards I bad another negro attacked with the

r ; Bay Street. ccV. ..A. J. BrdoU Over 4000 miles 150 7 9'' 6 2 3 1 1\\ It stands'upon Its own 'meritsrand:'rieeds-W same cured disease.him also.I purchased.u, another bottle and_. it

I":/ i'S to'the sale of Cot- St. John's Gad Humphreys StAngnstine. DIRECTIONS *fk pffingIr HAS TfOT*rA!LED''TO CURE I do not.hestate a moment in recommending
,r. I Peter B. Dumas U 8ISQLEJNSTANCSa, Indian Loxeeust to the the
1st. Weekly IN A. rQv& A' your public as being
4" advances made _
cc ,. .
4'. Raphael B.Canova ,are to pp.O'when'sntu'aboT, ;/ i ;*i!i. Ci iu *j J UA most certain remedy for Dysentery that I. nave

..r Putnam H. R. Blanchard .FalatkaEnterprise st.ed published.and this although' conveyed 'nnHIS.Valuable.preparation .is compounded ever usr d, or heard of. If you see proper,yon can
w ik
from several medicinal roots growing in 'he
P.-IL LOUD. I Stanislaus UI inthemaiover50mfles. '*H U publish this. Yours truly,
Glk Wilds of Florida., It, is PURELY and -WHOLLY
Robert T 'S
2d. Newspapers containing not over 300'square,
ESPECL\L for the
Vegetable, designed cure
Dr E Poinsett Jacksonville.
Orange William Campbell inches;are he charged one quarter the above ,
E r. t of the above disease. The Inventor and Propri-
.; C4CC Henry A. Crane Mellonville rates. etor is fully convinced that it' is an invaluable Jackson-vine-., Sept.25,1851.
: Elijah Watson" 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to ex Medicine. In fad the test {that,he has given it Dr E Poinsett Sir:.This is to certify that I
Merchants. John M. McIntosh Ocala change free of postage,one copy of each,number in the town in which'he resides; and the,.tonUbing hare been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhea
& Maiden Lane, lrion Robert Bullock tc only; and this privilege extends tonewspapers uceesa.'with which it has met, warrant by'the use of your most valuable medicine called

; York, cc S. E. Hel\enston published in Canada. him in saying that if is a POSITIVE CURE.He Indian Loxeeust, after suffering for more than 12
: ; Jesse M. Willis Flemmingn 4th. The weight of.newspapers must be takenor has therefore come .to'the determination to months with that distressing disease. I take pleasure

entrusted determined. Postmasters when they.,in a dry state. ,,j r6th. place it within the.reach of all,knowing how many in recommending your most valuable medicine .

I...; given to the So. ha Crcuit. newspapers free of postage are < under entitled their to. reiy suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous to all similarly afflicted.
and Turpentine.; HQlsboro an Disease,:particularly in the Southern and 1 remain yours truly
.. 4.;; Martin Cunningham privilege in advance .does not' entitle-J' .the?*.. 'Western StatesV:1 '.. ,. A. J.JOHNSON.
6t. : In of Jacksonville N. C.'
f' Haglei3Hernando purchasing! Cf Indian Iioxeeust", be. Formerly -
Ben..J. to deduction.from,
; on consignme paying any the
abv particular and look for written signature
t ..' .Knight Spring Hill my on '
I rates .
4e / 'J the label.- ,Cunoir, FLA., Oct. 6,1851.
Maloomb Peterson -
k :, I II M. I refer the public below to a few certificates selected Dear Sir: One Bottle of yonr Loxecust has completely "
i Moody
NathanTM. Rates Pottage to be
\' .' of charged upon tamimtNtppa from ; received'from cured of.my of standing,
( U ,- Etekiel L. Selph a among many respectable one men a long
p ;. ", ; every Ipti f P citizens Jacksonville.. ,' obstinate Diarrh .-From its complete and certain -
Monroe. Benjamin Sawyer Key West cet aJ Pui EGBERT POINSETTV efficacy where all other medicines had failed
r .: r James M. Brwel published at ift n exceeding j I take treasure in'recommending it as' a most
: .; ,) oC Robt. Clrke c and tent publication to.actual P. S.Planters, should not be without this Tain- valuable medicine., Yours, .o...

!,;:; ." acpnaintances of !4 J oh '4AnA an bode lim. __ able Medicine .E e'1 family ought to keep, it r-n T.E. BuCKMAN.i .
onhand., > '
rt-.t. professional visit TO>.E: Poinsett,
.' January and will ex officio Tax Assessor and Collector.Tampa. i I. ; t A. M. REED; principal'Agent for Jacksonville. i
I .Tacfsonyjfl. Norx.-F or each -' Jacksonville, Nor.12,1851.
))4 : 0 0 .0. l' .
l' ,,( Sub as may -.v 'for,the Afflicted. addtonal ounce, or _' .0. .r' 'Mr. E.,Poinsett-Dear Sir i I take pleasure la
0 0
au ounce .
}I. '. 'j;,; him at notfing, COUGH SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes beyond the ten Ounces S n i -. '1 TESTIMONIALS. ''-'' ..... .' expressing Loxicust asa to you family my approbation medicine. of 1 hAve your used Indian tt .
:; J' access. e Ashtbmatie and Consnmptic; Hepatic in this table, an ad'o,. : I'.8. : 8 ,1'- .n with good success.Yours respectfully
the dltlonal rate will u B a SEVEN'.CASF..S UREDIi ,
; Pills, for derangements of Spleen, .be W5 tQcharged L SWART. .
I i: &o. Tonic Pills and Bitters;for the Dyspeptic; "--I. '.Gr-i.' .' .glti .
"... 'I": ;I Antalgio-Pills; ,Omtmentsand Tinctures, for the \L ',- -. $ S.Q I 2t S.' ;:: '''SJXMuECuu" ;'Fi" .*., De.. 9.1S, "I., ;'.} -t ,.T ackaonYiUe, Nov. 17.1851.

I t' :I FOREIGN' I relief of Nephntlo;Utarine,Rheumatio and gouty Mr Poinsett,, "J-//- j. *- Mr. Poinsett-This -win inform yon that for

i i, ', pains: Poenitetme Pills, and Mixtures,for arest Cts. Cts.' Cta. ,Cts. Cta SIR: For the benefit of the afflicted you can S4)nralre&tt.l have suffered much at different

I Ie". ," lug .pedYi'elo, Lute jecunde,) One os.or under. 1 2 3 4 5Overlosuotover2os. publish the following have had seven eases of times from Chronic Diarrhoea. I have tried your
the urnar'organs; Sty .. 2 4 6 8, dO Diarrhoea on my plantation this:season} all-of Indian Loxecust;and'received an. entire relief
HAIGHT tie, for uterine and other Haemorrhages; I' 2. II 8".8 6, 9 which have been cured by the.ose;o* your most and have no reason to doubt its being permanent.Believingittob.adutywhichloweto .
and WORTH- dropical Ointments, Powders and .for reducing -. If 3.4.4 U, 12 15 valuable medicine called Indian Loxeeust.-, the &

of the orNe"Su- dopaicl swelg Cardiaoal of li for 4."':'., ce, 4".4 5" 6 10 8 12 15 2 16 2If 23 ,Yours respectfully,r JOI1N.FRlCE.lr.. fliotedr present yon this certificate; which y diseases ; fc I thinkproper..I-wifl also ,
If / you say
.6" 61f. 6
.. for the renovation of.the constitution 12 18 .24 80II STILL. :ANOTHER._ ,
I, Alterative Pills, 6 If. 7" 7 ,121 35 that in conversing with many.who have used your
'for the.roUowg ; Antidysenterie i l for.dysentery and ,4 7" ". cc 8" ., 8 1624 ::28.82 40 Black Creek,FLu;Feb. lit,11832, medicine I>,have not.found one who did not reaceive
Embrocations for .
ll'vSSL I diarrhoea; Magic !C 8' ic 9" 9 18: 27 ,36 ,4i' :Dear Sir- Some time since a' member'of my relief." ,
Court of '
Supreme the speedy relief of nervous affections, especially 9"' 4 ill indeed with Diarrhoea.' ..TOHNC.LEYr
k ___ wI0IfIO, ,20'. 30.40 ,50DIRECTIONS. ; family was Very a "I ? .
; .- professional. those of females; Disinfectant and- resorted to several thingsusually givenfor 'the .Pwr.MethOdid Church Jacksonville.,
Washes;(the former secure against infection, and 'l
: Disease but of them afford '
would -
of none uny vre- *t.i "r' De .4th.1S51.
all claims Jacksonville
the latter neutralizes by a chemical process,any 1. On unseated circular lief. Yourl IndianS Loxecust was recommendedby ., -
every transient-newspaper,
States be contagious Y1Iwith, which hone mar chance t ,handbill, several I made mind to it Dr.E.PoinieU-DeaiSUJ Three parts ef a,
engraving;pamphlet; .peri dioal persons up ray try ;
Departments, or of come in ctat Colo Sy for. freckles children; D magazine, book,and every other description, of and am very glad 1 did so"as one Bottle'effected Bottle,of JOur most valuable medicine called Indian
-, 'Ba.rd cutients, .welnge' printed matter the above rates' must in'all cases a'cure'" Yon will 'please publish this- as such Loxecut-: entirely relieved me of a severe
with' the' Salve, for sre.;.ungent. for itch, scald head, be prepaid, according.to the weight a'valuable ,Medicine''ought to-be known "to attack; of. Diarrhoea. I.cheerfully recommend "
burns,&o.; eyes;Dentiefioes and 2. henever the it far in I your medicine to those similarly afflicted..
"Post Office, and. Colya teeth and .Indvurlous any printed matter. which'the public. Spread and. near order that. .
; gums % With &o.,
be "
postage _is. required to prepaid, shalL through- the afflicted may find relief. Yoursr&o.Vr" w '
the"remis to order THADTC..
manufactured. on ,
other remedies are 's-us -.. ," I ANDRE S
the inattention 'of Postmasters ELIJAH BUTCH.- .
or .otherwise )0; .
for -
alleged chemical and universallyrecognized __ -
: principles sent without prepaymentthe same shall To.Dr E Poinsett. \ ,
'J 'office; or, athologc kept charged . t: "
by -'
other gee with double the above rates. -,., :. ..' l.t-,\ l' < 10 V Sea;; Island Cotton Gins.,
onbdatboBrick.Oe.o.D1 EB 3:Bound books of 'matter : '.JACl.Sol'C E.F.August15t.185L -
t and'parce1 printed ,
n' ra'inventions nrotE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity
: f" *- :Dear Sin This will inform
not 32 that bottleof
weighing over ounces; :be;"deemed you
; PRICE bottle, box,&o., with.' ;" ;to inform the planters of;:Long Staple Cottons
.3 i. forigGotr- per
Lions for their'use $1 ph 4; ; :'T do mailable.matter't: : : : ., -, your medicine;caUM;INDIAN L>Uct7ST, has that hestill continues the manufacture ofth.,
4 of.:;the.United PLtESCRIPTION& in extenso,.with.redi- Periodicals published at 'Intervals,not exceed permanently cured two of my negroes of a severe latest Jmtroved ROLLER HORSE'GINS dou>
.4 n i? : ing three months, and sent from the office1 of pub attack of Dysentery, consider. it an excellentmedicine
hand and from $100,accord hie and at his usual ratesandla ready ttil
cines in single
,5,00 ;
lication to actual and bona for this and take
$ 'fide subscribers, are' complaint, great pleasure --
debts -,
all at the shortest notice.For
embracing ing to contract and the nature i ca;" it "'' orders *
in the "
with to
the Unt'States the cure Is completed; or,in incurable cases,when charged one.halt.the.ratea.lI1entio'ned'in recommending' public. -* the reputation' of the Gins,apply to Ike following ,
a i: contracts the last above table, and prepayment of aquas. Respectfully yourst to those who have them in use
the relief is afforded.. s.ntFEkNANDEZ.To Agents;or ,
of lands in of promised fpci ter's postage thereon must hi all cases be required f. : : : .
i4 any made in cases,.when -.' Periodicals Mr.E. Poinsett. ;: AGENTS.
loan-. published at intervals of more than ] Twa
and : enclosed, .111'_"j
Unio Ordersfrom'a 4istaunewithnioney {
: three months are charged with the full rate. which Villaionga & Aeosta, Centervillage, Ga. I
re lying'. will meet wthpromptttenton. 'J'' i" must, be prepaid. "" 'f.i 4TliERE. IS:, NO,F4JL.INIT.! !!1 Capt.Bv Ri Bythewood,Beaufort,S.C.
& j'i(United- _States- Jack. ,.ec.l2 181. Jri I.' NOTE..- rn case mere is on odD any newspaper, I hC .1"si .t oh'.Beac14; FI- b lit1l' si2.-11 Scott & DeYeatutvCharlesten: S C.
periodical, pamphlet, or other Tison &Harris Ocala E.Florida.F.JnvrnETh..,
printed' '
matter \
of the divi : YJACKSONVIILTS or : i&lllk .'
for the transaction BUi1NGTON :HOUSE;; paper .oonn8Cted ytherewUh .fU11-manUICri -'of S:1aviiI used your most, . .
a ,law,loan and ,'EAST PLOHIDA.HHHE any kind by which information: shall be'8k 'd for, Medicine called Indian Lexecust witb. complete K.R. Dukes.Palatka E.F.
I ,; ., SUBSCRIBER'respectfully informs the or;ommunicated in writing, or by marks or sigus success in my family,'!feel,it a duty lowe: to you -S. HOI& Co.,Savannah Ga. ? -;

postpaid. to M. 'public In general;that this House will be aU the said newspaper,periodical, pampMet or other- and the public to inform:you,that myself.' and two S. Niblack &Co.,Alligator;E.F. .
children have been cured of a\seYe .Diarrhma
# and completed and prepared for the reeept.ion'ofBoard.el11 printed matter becomes subject to, fetterpoilageTand i Lartinger Harris,,.Eliiabethtown. Lowndes
For with it when else would relief. "
nothing gie-us *' "- -
next ..having it is tha"duty of the Postmaster. to County,Ga. .
will the i first'day ',of October mave .
Pt % Publish this if Yours
reoeiv five hundred feet ; piazxas in front the wrapper and envelopes from all printed matter. -, you' pleas .refRcuulf' \ __ ALSO, .
abut Cront1th .' :ClL\ -
'B ,' ,making i.J as any,House. 'and pampUets not pharged with letter postage; ToDEnit.r ,., ". Emu BoxES siD BETTSHIS can t had of the
,. ., Capftoljljfl. ( in the,South f and wi be able'to.:accommodate for the purposo oJ'ascertaining,whether:there is ,_'.. I subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons wantingGinsvorXjint
t la.wU., '. over one hundred- fifty'persons.:' .He''would uponbrooniectett,with iany suob printed matter .aiat ,.t < 1' Jicxq TJLJ..B..1J.6 b.15 _' I repaired please direct to"Asorttf D.
$-if say more particularly to those visiting the South orin such package, any matte-rthIng!which This, to certi/V U is with much pleasure that I I s.L.BURN at ,
;, for heanbt&tbebenefltcfourdeIgntM cmat would authorize or.require the charge,of a higher, 'announce to the Public that I have beeuefectu.ally t St.?4ary'IG.orIJM.-;

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of the LXDJAN SAMUEL BUFFINGTQNj i TTW/"I.1JIi'ifcO i,satisfaction was completely,cured within a few OF_ THE ---

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Gilbnd' to ereeute'work; Withoofixtra chargeilia is trea&W.Qun of ket.moD1 with regardtoijORraluable leceasedr.we also,elJt t.1edoi. The 5ubtcriber.wi1l;
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