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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: May 13, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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HOMB OP PEACE Talry-is to briar boat inasmuch thsflepabflea !( r : O.'d, ftUPQ.. "
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BY ELIZA COO :. we'eofrmu! folks begin to- hareoareye's: r1 :TiwrALT5r&cM&io4i852vI of Huatolco:and'OcbiIaprecise1y.! "smiilar ,1-. -' :i '- : 'S jrzCjj.jijz Congress; sad while we submit entirely to
and: what .. to those first _ennneat" :.. : ? -) the*DommatioorEot ,said
OpeD, learn to perceive will enure \ ," ..1r.'f'' thBiimncfio' f'RO t ; 'IW 4&pril 1. ,. Couventjonw.
We are apt to grew aweary to oar own'interest;; but,'-we :rather"prefer : ,i; t,wrote f u,J .have Tbeeingatrip n' u;' rid; i tJ.t..V'l: Of ?..' tJ3.. :i':.,' a Hon< J. BabWAJtr3fy' ? 8ir:: Yoi hereil..expresa-.o ,referezue.dor''Msjor
troubled world at timei S will observe from the Within letter addressed GEORGE.T" WARD of Leo '
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coast some 'leagues M..f'
up sixty, Ai4yat
For even golden bells can ring. the trade to the tenets of certain of the politicians ; '.0' ta;"we. .a--o-" heneztday.tothe to me by the'HoniMr. Corwin, Secretaryof nor, and Hon;E.C,CABELL, for ReJrQU..

in melancholy chimes ; .of South C .' We,. however, to Huatnlcd-ardtPochutla.c .1 started;from Rio Copalitothe'banbofiwhieh; we the ;Treasury;that be baa 1 eD pl'O'.pt lalive inConsressv; .?

And Be let wbat our or human where lot it may in life, wish good speed tofl the new boats-con- herewith: a Mexican captain-whose vessel encamped.for the night;and rode..,.into Hua-- toeasnrestOF mmjoor;suggestions and to S .Oifiou'itwu.... ._ S ., .

Dark ihadowi often rise,from which fident that Savannah, by her outside steamer, Was lying in the harbor' "ofR atucoando tulcqXthe port' ) tbevBCzt,ooraing. yetghto'clock give to:the interesta'of.the.people of'your ) txlixd, .Tbateade1atesbeppouted.torepresentthis .
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Oar heart would turn away. th ; we. reached theE&rt.4 section, in matterto-wbicb'yOn alfode county fo.% State Coaventioq.
Full often do we riga to taste willprove fallacy of the'parallel,in the I.,1. : ',-- ." ; 4BetweeAyata4an4Copalitowe all protectioa!within the .power of liis'De- And the following gtnUemeo wen ap.Pontd1 -
Some iplrit-dranght of JOT,. distance of; forty-two -leagues- but. crossed three riven considerable size'which viz .
presentmentbeforementionedbetween-the ; partment'under existing 1 w. Instruction i ; .CoL. John.WKJohason, B. s.

And Above almost iU painted envy cnfldhood toy langk outside trips' of the-Honda and:the'inside .ver a road.,the greaxeripartof.whichis. as .m 8t'n: ily'be:impassible'' the kave'been issued to the Collector of-the Cov. BattIeCaptLewis Gregory t ,Major John

break coder tu, bad a bridle-path as ever traversed the' cautious ; toms lor-the District of,8L;JohDa"wbicb if tV..COwart'J..WpotUf
When tome great hope artd ardooos trips 'of:the man! boats. .andt' greater part, 6! the' rainy seasonL, ThV ; JobnSmithjr.,,
Or loved one prove unjust "smuggler the'. daring, :buccaneer."he : : properly.-canied out, will I remedy'th :evU Boiling Baker.) f: Doctor fJ..IL,V eniiert
And roused from starry dreamt, we find therefore \he superiority the former. But first Puerto"de.:,.1uatuIco-calIe4- ."' .Santa, .Cruz, '"'", Complained of. The officers of the Customs Ssue1BStephes, and ,Dr. John :E, A.
Our tallow in the dust. to seek we cannot promise Very Jong'to 'depend on road, after thef ixleigues t follows Huainlco to;distinguish it'from' the pueblo 1 doubt not:will rigidlyperform their duties Davidsoa being eJbpmber of fSeaa-

Say The,whither healing shall balm we of turn rest, either Savannah 'Charleston inasmuch tie coast, which here's:a bold one,'forming; of the same' name ten leagues;'back!! in!the io this respect, and meet the views of' their ton and.BeprelCDtaU,:ippch ,tk*,jcooaty .
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,I And whence hall come the cheerful ray alt intervals, r:from::9h.: leaguefl, a .' but :-* ; has the State Legislature,; 'j!
if we succeed in the improvement"of rour'Bar c9untry4ii : gpodfpossessingdeptt Department.Very Oa
as
To. -iIhuDe our breast t.Oiletugosndbre&theOurWee succession of which said ,to respectfully,' ;: motion, it'S /
bays are 5
I we intend to JSoyfortze the:pair of them : open ,. :of water sufficient ((the .largest vessels 'Your'o'hedient servant Rttdvtd;: That ..the proceedings ,of this

afford little or no protection to vessels from isccdmpletely J defended.except ,* v S.R/MALLORT... meeting bepublishedia the .SeaIins1'&ndotherWbi .
In Nature's kindly ear, S Pin*. Kill Corretpondnc the' '-winds of this part1 6V the *
f i For her IOn hand will ever deignTowipethenourner'itear -. strong ; cqnti- from S.:S. E/wln'ds. : Its. form is. 'that of. the"horse'shoeiVift 1 S papera'ja the &ate.-. >
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1 ; nent; You are, therefore, conaxtIy"trave1.1mg "' .the' TJlusu.yDuUTKDT,' ) S fARTHOR J. :FORMAN, Gbtman.
VUUBK& I. .. ; perhaps, half.a.. .. .mile at .. ,.JOHM M/:!.
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She mocks not, though we*eu our grief, on the beach,exposed to die.: glaring 1 -0- March 30, l852 J Dtvn,8ecretrg. i
I With rolee all sad and faint, S Pin lli; k P., May 1,1852. opening The place)is surrounded by,very Siat:I:; have the honor to acknowledge 1 r |
And eeems the fondest while we pour EDITOR REPUBLICAN rays of the sun, or crossing one of the headlands high.hills, and!:the town plat,',which is perfectty the receipt of your letter ofthe,25th'Janu.; [CommunlcaUd, to' the Republican.' .i :
Our weak and lonelyi1ainLOh : A "LoY'-CJWe.:
j or prom rlt :forming" these costal .! : ary' enclosing one addressed yourself by II' r':
I let us take our SOrrOWSTothebosomofthehilhl. Dear-Sir-Deeming that it might not be ". level, 'cOTtarns. .;. perhapS seventy-fiTe.. ; I'
i ,, S S ndentatkms. 1 1' !' ** !' Mr.-John B.roward'of Florida,respecting the The following -i'i'C
:- And- blend our pensive murmurs ..5 displeasing to yourself and, perhaps,* your ,. a.res.. .There. .about. fittyhoas'es. . .rather. supposed abduction: of: negro "sla'ves'from < actually occurred.
f With the gurgle of the rills; readers, occasionally to hear from the good' The first_day we.travelled' fourteen leagues, jacales with"a .::popniatipnof .one'.:J hundred- hat,port by the masters..of'vessels coasting e.. of Jour Southern.cities, recently, .which

S Oh Toward! let us the turn grassy, in weariness way. people of our section, have determined;/ topping af\ the first rancbo, calledi Buena.Visa. -, 'The'surrounding. country-.is ;very between that proportion of.. aid-State; lying should b' (extensively circulated for the benefit

Where skylarks teach us bow to praise, ." Here I ;liaw an Indian. with two laigeorrows fertile,and the pla e':has 'the'reputation' of on the river St.'Johns and other ports of the of all young ladies who are prone to fall
and then
line giving
And ringdoves how to pray. now to drop you a f in his tawny,side,rand;on".asking unhealthy .'This"-" .. which'is'about! United.States.' ,Ton d.ire'to.be informed in,10Te''at a first sight:"; ,
And there the melodies of Peace, you somewhat of our views'of matters in being port, whether thing can.be done' by this'De- '
That float around the sod, lim"the cause, he informed me that they miles : any ,It appears thatvastr; hgeri.whbhadCvisifced
eighty ninety from
general," and some things in particular; or beea the partment to remedy the rievance complained -
Shall bring back hope and harmony the on business
t were'wounds received in the battle of Mo. city acquainted with
With the sweet voice of God. By the papers, we see that .very strenuous Yentosa, was made a 'port'of-entry, I learn t without further leg 81a.tion.. a pretty1, inexperienced girl and,after few S
bio del'Rey. Is it wonder that these a
not a The In .reply, L would ;remark 'that, as suggested '
soine'three or
efforts made .four years sihcey State interviews promised her
are being to oust our' present ; marriage.; !The

; DEAL GENTLY WITH THE ERRING Chief Magistrate, and scotch the tide of people> are willi'ng"ever. '. ,to-"figbt 1 Is it not. government, anxious to build i ':up a town,at and examination by .Mr.Browardj of'all*outward ai proper bound search vesels' couple ajreed to proceed,' clandestinel/, ia

I public opinion which has long been settingin almost a miracle that, they.do not alwaysrun the,only,port jt.bad, offered and still ,offers from the District;of: St.:Johns, by the the afternoon tram'of'cars: to"a neighboring

r Deal gently with the erring heart- bis'favorl In this undertaking the entire away, or, at least, try to ,do so. Hereis lands c and exemption ,from taxes>.for ten inspector of the Customs 'stationed the town time,,the to have motherof"iIie'gitL the knot tied :'In.themeaa

With him whose feet may stray; this poor devil, 'turned off like an 'Old bar of the river St. Johns'would probably gotan' inkling
A gentle tone hath manpower Democratic party is ably assisted by a por years to settlers. It ived'the colonist a lead the of what was goinjg'b'n. and went.to the cars .
To win honor's lofse, to die, simply because he has done to detection'an4'prevention'of.anyacts in the '
to way. house and hope of restraining her roil gdaugb.
tion 'of We should ordinary! ,hpnserkeeping.ar
Whigparty. certainly somj of the kind :referred to. Authority to
h'is duty; and is of no-further Of the ter.from'throwing,bers lf into the'arms of
Scorn not the heart with sadness rent- learn, S ticles, and provisions 1:for six,months;,yet, make such search examination! is givento a
Press not deep sorrow's seal:, thousands'wounded-many.of whom are entirely with all these inducements, the place does officers,of. the Customs by the 27th sec comparative stranger., --a :\.f: j
The throbbing pain that brow hath felt, others'follies The second act opens at'theraU rbaa depot ji
to bemse.
By ,
of tion of the ,act of the 18th February
helpless-not one gets a cent pension coasting ji
S and it.is
to doubtful with
Thy heart may never feeL not seem progress, very the trainaboutto'staft-, mother
ascertain''whether breachof i
Exult not in the conscious pride But it' seems that there are those who neither from his government. whether it'will"ever: :5b e''a. .thing more ,the 1793 laws, to of :.the.United States any has.been had entered the: cars, and, confronting .

That thou shalt never fall; heed the.experience of the.past, or..the The.next day we'went to the rancho of than it .is, unless the Jsthmus, be opened, committed.11 '..':. her daughter and her lover,by turns' entreated -

S That Hath pride once of been safety felt thou by all.dost feel dictates of present.circumstances* larrapateros'', in front of which is one of the when it would be a valuable adjunct to Ven- S !The act of 2d March, 1807, regulating the braided the'one the to other return for)home stealing with'away.her; ,and an';up oldwoman's

is it that.the Whig' has'.so (government) salines, now o"oed' by .the transportation coastwise of persons held as
Why :party I, tosa._ The oysters'arid fish' .here|are fine, 'daughter. The :daughtu..o Ll
: And thou, as he, when pleasures tempt, often failed in perfecting its high ? family of Ecbeveria, of Mexico, to whom ; slaves, imposes upon'the masters 'of vessels not heed her entreaties and 1ears.pThe'lOTel
purposes and the atbJ excellent.: While here
.sea g' ,
fall in sin and shame if.
S May ; ...._ certain re9uirements which, not complied
And thins as his, when it is told, Is it that its principles are not-and have Jiot Santa'Anna sold it for large sum of money I lived on'_ board Brilliante--ihe. vesselof with.subject the master and vessel to severepenalties. was'cold'and indifferent to'. bertbreats.: At
l matr
Be a degraded name. 5 We four five ranches of length .the' n. became,.highly:i'incensed
passed 'or' *' .
been correct not founded and 34
\ on, reason my companion, the captain. The third : 4 at the perfidy and haughty 'demeanor.bf the

Then be not sway'd by foolish pride,.- ) ;. patriotism ? If so, then the most noble, en cattle, but as the country is all dried up, and day' after our arrival I' hired three pearl- Should;s therefore the officer of the Cus ypnrj bDa towards,her,and plainly charged 1

And Lift deem not thy that head all mankind on high, beside', '. lightened and patriotic of our statesmen, there being very .1 little' browsing for them., divers, and we rowed out in,"the- harbor in r)a toms.find.from, on the examination:District'aforesaid,of i any vessel, departing him with being:'already! a55married mail;and .

Beneath thy feet should lie. S past and present,.have acted without reason. they looked miserthiy.'Tbe.third.day5we. canoe.. .I.w'as?very.,much.'interested-the >fj the description: : mentioned notproperly persons totally conduct.,unprincipled'To,.herA as :evinced daughter in: nTs she'present apipealed .
;
Nor emulate the Pharisee S a without patriotism, upon incorrect prin\ j rode" seven leagues to operation.. We were [tout about an hour; manifested by law, it would become bis dutyto ''that:she'might: return with her,:and

When he did go to pray-less than. he ciples. ,But this, even their bitterest politi: the -village -of Istata,, passing the'' solitary ardjucceeded.I | ux.:' ge eligfoiie tihree dozen detain the vessel and enforce the law. ;Inconsideration again make ber' home glad, which,,'without
art
For thon. perhaps. : oC these views :the Deprt.ment
,
cal will of ., .It rancho"of ''Colorado. Istata'is a small village t ; her.'Tras desolate. 'The feelings Jthe'pas-
not ,thEm can :
The ephemeron of a day opponents say pearl-oysters' from which I got seven pearls has under this.date, given instructionto

S Though man has sinned, a God is just, S not ,be said of, 'a. Harrison ra FiUrnore..a I (bat, two/leagues 'distant i on ,another. -alfof them quft&sth1IJut. pretty; This the Collector of the District of St. Johns, sengers.the'mbther re manifestly; 'but her.appeals enlistedlon'and'the s'npplt-r&Ideof

To judge and punish top ; Webster-a Clay. It cannot he.-said of; the; road, is the large'town of .Huamelnla, \ith. placer waar formerly! celebrated Iqr ito pearls which it is, hoped:may check or remedy the cations utterly! .failed ,to'draw herrdanghter

And What, it ye will harshly He judge others of you judge! ".", millions of enlightened.and patriotic;citizens, fifteen hundred soals. ,Tbis place we visited and there is no doubt but 'that they are stillabundau.bn't'thier grievance complained oL" out'of the ,'or from' the side.of,her,lover,

of our who haveheld. and;'assisted in the afternoon; and'as there was a:marriage ; Very.respectfully, to whom she fondly turned, *".
country .
beingrve"ry ,
.
deep, S Your:obedient servant.: <&rjT < S a *- 'a ayy S
Hore Steamboat to carry out the great principles the.party feast to be given; we.spen't'tb night :the cli ershave.most.lygiven: np\the f business # .THOMAS: CORWINjGadsden.Countjr ; 'True a*the needle to the. 'pole.9? .:-';

advocated; by them; Wh.at,, then.j j'the in" the town, ,assisting' : .in'; the.,:ceremonies.i ; ., 'f.r <-n 13 1 ,"-rI" .. S .: .. .', 5'S., c the moment'of SMeanwbile.'tnne

THE FLORIDA STEAM PACKET C0MrANi"- i cause 1. We fifldit&O; ,i the dissensions;of the The only'good,I'uilding 'the church;which ..rkr5e.is agreat ;t1at tural;.curiosity at,the I -, v'" ,','i.---.---1 WlUg.. t:-,Meeting.At ... ;."I. departure'swiftl apprOached.:The,mother

The Charleston Courier says: i itself. ".Un ted stand-r-divided : task:two towers, and is :quite : imposing; : ,held wasf.stiI 1beseec hiithe1adght "watln"
.Cruz
party ; we; >; foot? ;':of f jthe .west..headland-,-Santa; I .::/ a meeting parsuant toprevou the loverfrowtnirng---whetf iame"Fortune,
*'Ourxnercantile and all who fall. Thus it lath been.and .thus.iit edifice community we Huatulco., .. consists... an.i immense,ave, eontrary to her-Vsnal custoW, tf rOnci es-
take an interest'the commercial prosperityof That ,, d.., of Ihe gtntede razon, in the pla e. The" vil ? v *r j % thelCar_ : i ,.an.roHiiJ. 1J.\Yt Da'vmnsq pbnsea'tbe of in iseed'of her
most
ever will be.; our-; opponents a.re. ; into, which. the. water. .. .rushes. ,.and, flows out .,. cause one
learn that was appointedSecretary. ,-, "
will be "
to an
our city gratified 'is situated Oni.sm'al1river 3 'matron
tbmantically s the made
vided and split Into ,sects,6hould! make lage very ,. tremendous noise and goodtofficiii&iesisted; : -
up again-making a motion of CD J.Hi VEaniEa aconv ,
other steamer is!about to be built to run In V -- (V* '* "r On !
n" frantic theaiden.n :
f1t'be1'e embosomed.RS'.i wofuI1ydisappoiitCd -
the line between this port and Florida. The us united., Kfi. i p -(,-,. .RS'.i ,D '.";(-'rt iTi we i".1.and, is. .' f'-' >- forming* .i ,_al-the*. I distance..,.- f.P of*.,.fifteen*u ,t-:.or- twenty V-- mittee, consisting'>\6f.. .the:following gentle.thv.BolIingBakerEsq1 the impetuous l6verltTbe'condactorof: .the
moutainsIn it frouiIstataVypu $ J. HYerdier
Florida already on the line, has answered Withjis, there.is butoneopinionj-:: :; We ?: m: approaching feet, a '\"ater. poot of?CQnsiderableheighU ; : Dr.: train'like' >''Marpfo'aai' he"prove3'J.to be, .

fully the expectations'of those concerned in prefer,a certainty: to an nncertainty-we'pre piss,betweei, tWo perpendicular After.the captain left,'I accepted the 'invi CowartWmVL'Darid'Col.; W. ,T. Stockton; Isaac: .JL- felt\ himself" impelled bi.'ze31ri'-tiij. "'t-
her, and there' no doubt that the trade can'be mDantains'of 'great'.height, bearing the' son, Esq.. tio; i7'to: ?whether"the JyoangTlady _
increased. Those desirous of embarking fer a/lried pubic.8ervanV( : who has .proved, ; appearance tation of;'file"Prefect of:'Pacnuflatb"tisif his Harris'i CoK.:John W Johnson,}CoL'..Wm.a inquire -
greatly ' : '" had fa.fticket;' L'Sber bad nrfand as'theuIe'qurepe5sengersfaprovdethemp.
in .this enterprise can have .an opportunity himself! 1.-everyway. worthy'ofvtbe-.. of1 once haying. ] .QIjoi.neftog -T. _4/ixte .ieagesaint'_, :! jT' ,"ftCOuntryrwes 3Sjstown __.- _/: :Gibson;'soe h'Austin'Dr J:K'JZD ; -'

of eo doing, inasmuch as books position be holJSj the. duties of, which,.dur.,, ther.' !-, and""-''"to"have!, fom* dj1ieJ**'- sbutiierh'balrl flf'r' '-' .gradualiy'frqin:thfrsea v ; ,'co that at the yidsori; .B. 5BaUleTand"drafti! resolutions:Samuei1B.'Love for. the; selves. with'tickets,". sb:'was'advised.,":.gb

will be opened ou Thursday the, 28th inst., ing a most perilous period of,excitement,:he ncr,' to-* *a*large'.he1 j''"of'** &i* .tri.fe;?" .'s-i-rB-'K-i afterthi .- distance, *, olteu4" leagues from.'Huatalco,' 1 I was'appointed to, j'whereuporiaftef: retiringlfor'a to the:officif I.iidToWahi'neI:InccmsTde'raiey

at the office of Mr. J, Wf Caldwell, No,'subSs.ei5ptions 89, has so ably wisely: and patriotically dis lapsecof'centuries j bad burst its rocky should ;think we were'atf least-! a'thousani action the'meetiug short timiBi'.ihe.; ,committee re It,'she stepped: out,'.forgeU ,In 'h t'et-
for the of receiving cited Btlteol fe lin that' hadtOOefmn .
S East-Bay, purpose -
"found
boundary and ts jto the ocean.
of.'The charged.To feet abote level of ibVisceui? West4tile turredai4 reported *hi? following preambij "
to the additional stock S her Urs. ; The cene'l aTing'now
Florida Steam: Packet Company,' which secure successin our.State.,. r unity. and The left;,e4de:,cf one j of ahe mountains'iscavernous iiight.her 'and. .fOU.dr. jt\!. reeaVly!.c.obTI : and;resolution" .whichwereunanimousliadopted ; become qnite-excitingv i (! the: se geiSi:togratif

will consist of seventy shares of $500 each harmony of action? \t are>- \.j indispensable.- To ,'aoel the imaginations'of:the peo- ;;..next.dayViB:Tode,to. Pachutlai thbeceria4the ca7 : "J _.IE i; 5tji r.! .75s -::1 tow, y their'curiosity,crowded toW tie '
share-ten per cent of the amount subscribed desirable4 pleV brperhaps'[ 'of';their',in C sfor,''tbe' ,idol The Whig party-of zthe county.*! Gadsden, door,! thereby preventing,the*'lover from"folIbwing -
promote this endpermitme'tourge ; p IS partido,;\distant(six1eagnes. interest in the momeotoas S
to be at ihem of subscrip feeling a deep bis1 mistress Findibg
paid hif'egresB
atmsiJd1 f'it\-iiI %
the 1u1the.propnety'bf a'State | .o,_ Kiye..!propl. ., .,. .,y, ..... TbJ4 sii lodia3tow'of tpemapS-'two inyo1e4jthe approaching Pre- : .
tion.'. S upon 7'- -"v' \ A large .. !.Questions t,as1 strangehr1 prevented, be rushed tothe: '
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,. ,-As we jode J tnrougn :.the mountaingap S S S "4 S S desirous
ConventionsThere moist-be'3organisation 1 spirits! : ; 1 tboo.sand lI0111I'"I' t'to-say,'oltil,: torS. j,:siden't'al.elecuom,,and;being- Jc windofrholding'athree dollar bill bejweei'" ,I

The Savannah KcpuWi'cdn, in ,.connection -there mns{beysystematie f:tim j ,.oar 'guide.told 'us; that the:place was I it fi 1 wh $oitf,'! i'm&3bter- '''A-I many.TbCtOWfl25 14 express freely,and candidly iheir opinigw hia fingers,which'he e J endeavored'convey' : .rYl.
with the above'announcement: informs:us haunted and:that it was the abode of devilS '" '_ ,., 10- thereon ,:Be it, tbere1or'j; ( to ber.1. Bat he/could: reach her j'to twbi1f.- '
Wears all for ine'same
that "a contract lias'teen made 'with the observed:. rtrivirig' that an,entrance to the aye, which he pointed I of,ihe brutes Wve" anj'souLj*;.t 'i 1st.:R o/wd'That they adhere faithfully increase'his i tion'j still morey sv" -

Dry Dock Company of Savannah) for, the end-the success'of;the same'principles! : out.'to'us had'been 'closed Lup ..severaltlme nryjureglllar, with :.lentrt-of j ocoa-nut to:the C&D5e'of.tbe:Union,'JheConttitutitm tall hack-driver who''was'din K.: nztaid,

and with W1I-! Without sySt mi-w&; 'fight; in'te'aa'iknd; ,: ; trees growing around it.. I'spent three'days and,all lav$* passed,-ia?accordance 'therewith laid.hls thumb byiho'sidi'bf'bi -noseandgiving

building of one new steamer, may-not'having*'<1**watch word"-on wittingly ;but that:the jnasonry.was immediately here y eypleasanttandidt but'w/mf""re1 and for tbe purpose-of:carrying into his fingers a,r." .,: trin1qai ana

link & Jones for another, intended for the : : > afterwards; prostrated and the orifice reopeneoWHe .. .,. '1 1. < TJ* effect the provisions the Utter. >?;j *' yry:.siaincaOtoon3; politely Informed

Florida trade. The former is intended to be 'fall upon bur friends"fl: informed us that; the padre of:'Huamelula t mto'this! ; place on Wedaerfayj reachingbere'the' .t 2d.T. Mc Notbng'since,' if 1''remember''arightyour : fo1low ng"Mqnayery.mnch| 'fa* known :the -.Compromise," !! 'The', Without with
ran outside,'to connect with the New York had' come tint of that) village atf the ". .. -. i" of measures an girl.
neighbors of the "Nn"atodrtAioenrCif ; < : tigued, aiad tanned almost to the color of tha as a final settlement! all the questions en fio :means to:.purchase''her ticket.Lothario
and Savannah steam ships, and with Brooks b d'ilr aprocessi9ltbearing all the, iitatbei .aitwsta: braced therein,'and tegards all attempts- .within'vociferating Steriie's.starling
/' were:Tociferons in their demand ;* i1 _'- .* ''i/ Indian/ *1u i'r'Having.giVenyOU.eketcbtOmYtliP; ;
& Barden's. Charleston steamers. : .If competition have, and/bad there performed certain renew the agitation of said'questions,'or tonullify 441'cant get but I" -and ever bneaabmg
,
i is the-life'of business,"it will be I lively! for.,::the, removal"bf".: ;: ,',;> oJ n4iansJron. ."'onState. ... exorcistjcal-cerempniesjjtpy.drive i away;the ,i ; IsnoQpg : the;ipmvi&o&of-said sieasures beartUIyat! ',his'strennbusv through' fruitless'
UnitedStates Gorernment ,. will conclude by saying that there and'subversive of constitutional that amiable' ,
enough'n the Stlohii' river next soli"AI ; Now'thalihe ;! and ithat 'afterwards. the mouth of hostile to tbeUnioa: Endeavors to'accomplish objett.W
demons *
*
: ; h "tro ::iaVe & .11'! believe that in this' enlightened
f as well as the Stated are'singstrenu- plrtJCularliere.wtof-| ; liberty.i8d. age,
the Charlestonians. prop e to build"a ou and > InastTrei' fr i, elr*' i>mo' *L.t; tbe;cave.was'walled;/u'p.-Tbis: ceremony been>t.i,, marched* =off to > -a}rerolatioa* t'1* I :;; *o/vai( ,:Tha; ;in?approaching: the"fact; 18"prettr generally, coo eded, that

second boat, (continues'the'Republican) we prompt' .t' W6 ;' f. bad beeii perfbrroedtwice'|M but3:yoa':Bee,"' suppress three elections-the Whig party will ;iot support "Time and'Tide waHeth'.fbr ho'marii :sbl.

presume our people ,will!'get np$tfll.another they# seem, ailittle'courI srfisfi.c .1 t' .:". :ir. continued oar conductor,,"that the'masonry Chiapas, which, ,broke oatthere,' -. -some" ,, any!;candidate who"will.:'not ''openly ani sOayitbi'said: with>.'equal ttrutbjthat
has flotbeen '. ; 1 "' t.-'rll 'adherence;'to,\the.tTntoii ** : eth.! 'lo"mu"
&iaceo" ,
.rnost.pleasiog 4o: weeks ibis : the taail rai for
.Jhj. freely;"avow
one in. order that. our.. Florida. ;'frienas. need, *of' their, !..quondam; -ini '. baifallen'do.wn,and-tbatahe mouth i be ,.1'_. ..,...-.M"... .... tV.1 ,... 0I0C.t.-..' "-I" S'to..W. and ibis acquiescence'in,the: finality: the a'i rwmn n( iuief.lr ,t fh l; e
some supporters
not they have not a choiceof js open.Wendfanced to.the pout ,. __... .. -' -.1 1.f 1"7.o\<' a* n 3i .'v ; :
say conveyances rffatuVeletteliI cave, ., "* *- -3 ':, '!f : Compromisers'' :uif; mamenVihe'starting e.arrrved| the'b Il
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friends apprehend.Tn' -WC .J.-A *
market. we 3Xt,$'11LRISt the NaUut Cea'YeiaUoa' .54tbrJZAo/twZ'Tbatithe: ,'Whigst'ol-ilhi: !. .,; 'I' '
to : ; H t !: i.1 ; l95CdjUPjWthstoneznhnortathe ... to11ed.tberigineefiinangrinsedthe' pn',tteVsteamyih, .
'uia"Dotii. jCertain usions'j in,. those'papers ,, S t ,. -._ -Sr'r, / entirely'oTsapprpve'of the action:of ctafO! J Sue4-.
\ had informed us--at j 5 County p
little
i j ri 'ii
We knew that with jti1i.h e-'B of1those
always ,. one
aJ spur as to this matter.$ .people> 'pltbiiStatemote ihrirecent'Congressional; Wb.CaurnatWazhin and offrTyenttbe; ; iralti, 'with;:.the" Jtineranlilover .

ring, Savannah friend's would be op with ;'particularly: of,tbeTfrontie which i-jirei't S of roourse:;inanrened_ :,i'r'greatly? genuine..f rusndi Lof Mr.:FnuipRB.whicbri- beliejresp ,:jn-rcgard to:the! Compromise; .. numbered..,.. 'am'ortg'. .hi.ssOgcr-b. '
the foremost in the matter of building b ate. Indians inns Ourgnide -thenproceede4. i.to tell! 'vs'0i.Jier'w .not only that'.Mr P.-taa. btain-the Theyi'therefore, 46 not'in any'wanner adopt r: I}r With.b 'b'18-" "m!DuCQ' 'f1Cti.n.VJPb: '
4etermibed llhat the ;
Can ** fffft 'ft "
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The presentment 'of the' JohnVCbunty' are: .' /-'rta-rv rs--*iatpgto* *" this.enchanted.place' l ,-the election but toe,nomination. It'remarks'/* the acts'bfi said Ca eas.or'reeoPiJe'Jt4; authority itVas' fth, ;l : t', "
; af ; kCltlfofth.l.Wh' lfb".aw.F'
GaLIi4: 1.11l.1. created.:n.it. s rw i n'reath.r and ".U'1Je"'",..",S- '.ffiO",':ea-nel1hai'' &, $. "... ,..'*oxiceV.' ,..,*.u '1'.1.: ". t'J ir: l : oald] moje te '' haafiUimy""*Arelatiqu "R"iswill'ficeive'1i&i"tt 1 lii:1b {r. J ;? States 10 speak' ;oraothey for ethe1 Whig concur?party in?.thee-i of:the :f the/tJeapsefefy placera:1av monlehtiwdenTn' J_betwi5edkiilfll

United
;is l ;
ing the steamboat men-and newspapers of .\4a.; ::, t'wi.h' .l J. v ''iJ,'; sheet,.wUhou ,perhapsJnteresting: yon..itul. '; tTot tof 'Maryland,5:Virgif' commendation'of.said*Caucu,'bf'botdink-: ai Sll 4 i.!"-li'J lobcuI4TCddu' tdt

oar sister e'rty. The .Georgian,* |ri'tviselysnakinf ; ; r irl" i ft'v'l,S | From lsUtawerodee leagues to the n5aNbrthCarolinalSduthCarolinaGeorria ; Louis- Whig Convention tn'iBaltimpre: .on-the.16th br'8' n:.i :l 4. 'boiYith"t
\< i
its head and,.saying; ,''I/fold) ijpa f. -..: 'C. nj- _lfni-Y. : .tI't f '; tIc 'of'A'f'iiajr: ''the"rer... f1tb' .'am. Alabama sas'sour1Tfl?' rid;; Mississippi'1essee,Keti: dayof June nest-*-*bil af-ihePsame time, di t n, t i1he
Ar'k ;
rlt ;
1.I'.i.:; r. 1'' uana f ; 'Of .tbepatriotic
eq !" to the agents,of, the.mail,:boat*, forfeited :. .The Detrc tMrliMfv. the leading"rape! nan,. .ue' JU'tweeu'"these.:places JS tuckyTCZU andCaLiTornii--fifen Slitesiallrand 1' ifiwfc cordiallyfeapprore, 'ci said '1 b"e'D&\1''wiae oie'ji: the rdi pectoSbnhed-H m
: **" Tfic w Vi *'A.eceUei.Abou t : :course ,jf.theithdfliW1flgimembere otber 1l 8 WIandafevpitie4t -
the adrertistae at their bands. A correspondent of.Micbigaii;thus ansersth)( UCStt1n,. )level and, \ t.midway .i;.,. 122"ToteF. n'i fJearingfonli26more j sti io itn."t ; T
i F.iiU i7-itn. : -.. .._. y a- F t IDK "' .' -.. ,...' 'Caucus- 1.:1 t' r !{ re ti tied'\i'c ta 'tin i t j
writeito the same-paper r,''in extenuation S IMIa: ; 'iKowng" th f J i1i&Uif" : f-"a6 KfjnA came tojuif j
:of''the', failures: of the boats; and as Presidential ndidatei.tJie.",quesUbnjebntinVnallyjecwsr i .a small. chapel. ,Here:.e pr a.kfastrd; Webster trill have some votes, possible" several Counties;'of.,tbisState: to meet/with/ ; soon' found-'tbalf'her,8peed, ,>Ten'v wen&nSeltdi4 -
; of caodidates.wiltJiave a
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) he/carry Neyr 3or.kj( ,Jtis that neiU erf Convention'of the Stalest 1< a1l aI.b.:
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paa this fltyiW a
After qinLon1arLr.abO t two )eaitisofeoigzi 'co
Btgnsjtbe disaster. ohefajr4za; as. :ithe of ,(f the whole mtb.efiirt ballot of '.forI the J"'fri 'Jjd'er '
_''0 ,.. a very trite'resort,of j&e pjpp nents ,acana'idate.lb ( ; majority ; QaiDcynrtth528th*iar f.-Jule '; : as. re1ctatI f
chief tause;:,while -he; ays, at:.the_ ; same 'overwhelm'bjmwtth'Jjthe! : asserftibn we1J ft i&1tl e"twin''- ri'n n t t t T hu '
times{ 'that, ,*< rtaia""politicians; in :the: ,first that1nbt'ciWj Ne.okJobnV.otwortipflbe ; ] jT"t1r *-. :J assumed.>fc-; different l'. s. fP f.-:1 1Webterhaye !.1I4e4l uiajurity,5they.yuupoaonecthoseietiemen and tbe'Prestdenual' e ctioni as'shall beiteeiied'ptopirp1fhth1M :tddrt5fjected 4'.D\t irs .1Qth4ogtcessesofhrr -
;
% Cbu 1I"o ratJ4 'idA.L ; } be the'eeusebf'idConventioi4ek' fi mother; fuye ii'
plic t}eJCh. rest O'>1)oatt bnconfTe1i3L f1 i9 } .
ttJP" o < secure]hw, jjomination, .,1 1 thej-Soatherft to t'. '
r- ; -a"moftl 'i-'e1" 'iTi1SC. it \v. ,oroe..oteFenoy1la.flULI, andJet1I MAiaJIOint.-.l'I[:itoticed'wme remai.ns'of;the .' Fillmore jwaroedr byjwch represent, ;!Jie.tmp} f'.t."5,,(' v, M.&.li&'i J tf.
pf : QWH
friends ;
.J 1 ._. .. S1 'y9W4! lw *:in aCanventioniof ."" -SfV7
intoEast; Fiorida .We;remember,:'on one their j ath: 1, Cass.:cannot carry-. t fokndatioa std;ancient uildingih i'evidenlly1 1 decLara4'OD as kipjflOnatio thiStateIofUios: ''men,*:'wttkdut,T41tt1 i "Jffl S
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occasion-: Meing-I -'a'certain-pap t, not'a New'York'.\HoractfGreerey.of tfae.TnbaoeV constructed fir another'race. These, 'foQri-.j he Whip in cvery1outcrniinustbe : .fi tytG beheld at'Nasliti11e- e4.esae8'iD" .: 'If 't. '. 'It; "h'OJr<1 rfni'jL..1. Ball* *"Biwm.*fe tt ..t'.' -..
J- ; <* f'f e* T iA't&twBsVe i iheTraUonal Con- .. *>: h- *** *"-** )
: tv j > iaJ' .. **' .
U. oi.,1heTimu..Se1h 1. and about twen-l the').mpbtb-Jof'July snext, 'of5.tat1wb teYeftiareian4'J ." "l' iI" .e -. .
S hundred miles from thiM office, 'IOmethingab J.JUyraondfidcnt'tbaimrBLJ,. icctangular. are ? Wtf8iof il c1'iitll treiipb j. -" blI"J't.r.f
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t :' Ir" I 5MiH'JrtAH f* i t V' 4tion1fl 1f. 1- elfcumsta
v conventiontnajrbeitlsai4'chItitationai er .
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: fthcB 1l 'r I placeaaid ... :
)inCbaItt ley\ 8 r. .. 't1..f.Obt't or thirty i feet long and from*sevenjoebtfetjrpa4 I lheVoth.efeal 'I..e .t
...'t'0'o"iiatirf; all .. : ( ,, cann9cpM; ... y--five Mrneglected? ClayfEeTeral of! h Union,ConrentJont i I 'dnbetogi. me 0.f"QQ'eYeIllD

and.,'.onanothc9occsioii,'-apifting paragcaAdbCU2if5' ; gun.shoi/o'Tttlie 'SlaiJt,. ?ol\tttv y ort?,s.'J'paVVentwdrth,4 \ t bejicsir4totiesidtW to send deIegatesto.thtHitrlsbttrgV deieaitd.k 'be beld;! fok t the'pnrcbse i of:nominating'joi'lbe aniaseraente/wcarred lately 4Llhi H4m3Hoasa .
bed i"th6'( 'o 'od' r ntftwitfic14l 4Jtbida*. .". ,-Vice'Presidfcncy met a-Chic o:i wbich'treated-no i :lit
ji :,thing it would beto Fp.rney.ndibalf ftre.itotthe } P / yj g uyM PresiJency .
jrbat ; ; ; "
77"'Mh:7. i h- Anew
Theyshoald J ttffiirj an 1 pP5 r lbi S ,and surprise. It ifelf
Ltko-f oco ioT than GrgeUy ; 'D4. cement\'Pn n.I 9ll Wborare fUdgtd \fclhert-faitcfally: amusement appears
y I
.FloridaPalinrftpdoms ei lmf iF j : JI I..1."J'JI" Sibtcltyrt
we ,. InglbtTrto Rarmqnd. : AodHawley.are;.' 'j Wb.g'paLrepeczive : t .i (nmiti1 t .'hf i Din-t"1 ifl k* ito.hapMJa'again,;*&Si'ais&L'wtf'i1 .VaioAtflie aQilIU"'theCoflo5W.: some QM"SIlt'ii'loilotEM.rKsp,
with, rnfantije'Colonial' detofj a...u 1a..tI', .1It.l': or..J : h'F'A tlue .JvI.*".uchlMsjSfol 1*the.llemojcratie t.6Ch.\Bacilt1l4lThd .tdiaU, hi. th. u "Y1 rwI, Jo .

tipn 1 in'i_ tizkt; j .. j that Iiic "" wi ''h,' '&Jon!.;.". c,J; .t 1 -' d I.f t'i.ap8_gO e.0 f' th ni 6eighth, i iive'somethrng Oi J i presse1 Soutbtq"ha ;iwpre.Yitg&jAomna9 .nft "rt.lnDU o I i i I the courtelof, DULLARD FILLMOItE4.. } eserrtit! ,' S

":" di&mjsttoof Savannah'.J tronldliave r to learn and.'npoiinate'bothCaua4Ffltmojecbere I I .ir.r.i"rea! if{,. 9 i :\ ,..ai, 'b l''ll.ttf..uetl nor-.a.... stra IS. Jnk44La rnjg tfli time'thate' W haP adnutti: 'd'thi.u tionvta attend:the : 1Gro.WiS' .
ouW.be tbf .,af 'New york[ .w.1 smaller scale. ; n..',"" "IS S d. of Fr aide ortbe UiriteJSatea,' adOeTsUn eg Rt1 W
ThneungTet7F :
to ver-ibe-river 6n'earth": ypte -j siuch 'ii the C'ii .
treat jhe ir ;' cjpis"'itb' .. d'\h li I.onfldence ._
< >.. illastratioq shows, tfel enjire,filuity qf '-- -'--- -r ., ; "e'' "&itdt" .d! ,(cdDin pra1iD "to t 1 o.
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: m&ri1ef .1 W1 "to" 14t ; j !PI P" t 1 d m W .: $
r he b rt, rwsu4bou4 1 iTiTii.r' *! 'QtUi: South?tor b.'Iaitbtaladb rentWhig .p.thiif t tioa( tIIfof
'--U\t:,;: .. ;- S ''L4- -\t ".1: na4bff4r4 hath HI,I tb.e/f U1ar..P.aod. 1JZaCt: i 8H/ l r' j'S i &JS: to ihtTazon'th&coAt1ttiti$1tnd the:1JawIj. d\01'fv""Witeaa of /' S

.r.JlJ1h't Jipjpp saj&UrecM41Ths ; taikeI0'? f lr 1 iafij.: 1ne .rf : { \ miti fl _.bb fzht#Th 6ij.. 'itif 7'thIbtthibffo.t. t t'tJ .1Tba1tteCOlD n ctto .!b" "W I_ W ya1t
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& FJoridians want .r, "rl'tjd .ft ....f'r..1! .I. '., ., '' r 1- ltiC r'ritait-1a""tatuid isS
I 6ft toe S ttf to "Itat l
m ng t f.OAt i.wt.iesuJt. fti 4ftadofl$1rOfl1lslavisbespec party
the
tOlN power .. "f! .
R'j Nndee1leaAoi '
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iSDo.ucli'-o" t hilm:1i "'- t'i" : .nudAa1 ftokwiy? Wbet1thoi8theTolu3ro ,
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am>i; sintfct 'mw&aritis" *&jfc'uoaUra. iaaeaoY P 1Jti, J' dtli11 u 'tke. '1&. u.ltlt ."..f..: "t, $ W ;.: {i; for i51P08b1banlit1 .'dtoibt ..'t1a illllea, ...1It ; S
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fu ii ,tl'.f t'j f. : ,' th.ot'COV J1hr.a n
; d li t l fbl15d1,1IM n' ,ieeE!, oar !happiness iff the;eoadort! tf _,, ,, S.- ,i"t.no. .. ,
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Address Unitedp by mortal pwer. and exultingly ment, ;shan hold its members bound, \ Sersw"Le. SO.X. A1 The WMg&iWreu.Tbis -,-& '"gf4. ,Th J..-.. -
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roclaims its to whhont regard to former to main- -
a power opinions,
).!; Statei.t higher than Shall the lies tain t land, enforce;'.this settlement in' Tbe Taue Horidia1 i.editorial me.! : address being jof ijoae Jengtb, we ,FoRT MJXWS,'MAT 4,Bfg

.. This document-, after narrating the oeeor- L link the hum1\1 a noble country tat f aitb and honesty. To this"end.wIdi, K. tlonad Sntr Mao" d havi i introduce \itatillhe; point'where the signers CbiniBirs DXEW, Esq.

*:} 11: fences of the Whig caucuses at Wuhing.w ether, yield to; a"' ; fore "of Nfcmagbguisni sir tbe-declaration. t"thl-eet; to come lected!ii a delegate [ at large,to the catImorCon'rentlin apon the! proceedings the Whig Dear Sir: I'take the_liberty of sending.
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;. ton, proceeds: wears..the mak ,'of liberty only.to rom' the .di iemen who'assembled : B from tht a Madison,ha caucnj.s. ; Tb&mnt.. Went porUon.is, merely. for publication, a copy of a.letter received
be'did not desire the
g It not been stated that "
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perpetrate that with in the that ap. -- o-
comparative Capitol, hope
; may -
enmj O i event-Tin from General Blake
, a narrative of the two ucuses, which will
., The foregoing statement exhibits the impuniy. excite passion, to reward he country would enthusiastically respond pointment, .believing that members of Cnlrought correct the
, :1 character and order of the proceedings which u deir for self-aggrandizement 1 o it.: We have been disappointed in the not.to b sent t conventions charged wthte which we' have already given our readers ilful misrepresentation! extracted from the

!P1 4 compelled the undersigned to leave the aMet.i' ,'Will.ib Jhigpf.; tinder (existing ,cir tr rio of oar.wish, and beaus of the business choosing candidates for President somewhat fully* ,We have'given, also'the Savannah Ctorgtarbjf-'fa Jacksonville?

ing of the 20th inst. ? c convictions pf r been arraigned by anonymous and. VIc President" vote on Mr..MARSHALL'S amendment which Neva ofthei:24th: ofApril,! l,, .t
reference to the list of wboI public duty in silence, that cur 'candidate ee mployees'of the and bur motives im- City sayu
.ta'
Bra persons press 'T:n atqUtiltema i is, however; classified in the.Address, but because the editor was.perfectly weliawara
participated in these proceedings, it.will be for the proudest.-honor of.earth may,nave p nened by leaders..athwart whose w place i
: perceived there was a great disparity in the his opinions interpreted variously, to.suit p lolicy lies'pliticl our8e and, as we sol- and one his I a old t the analysis of which follows, and .which o.the. existence of the squaw when_he made

'repres itAtioi(from the free States and the the cbaeging prejudices or prepossessions offl emnribei ve )tri.dirctio for the pubi t wb., U.party o m ooDage. hl t a we give in the words of the document. _The the extract. (The squaw is"nowon her way

I I ,lavebolding Sta'cs. We'are.authonzedtto particular Whigs 1 .,% ,., .eflect of.a mIsapprehension of facts)and after some rhetorical temperate tone of.the'paper will.DOt-fail to t o- ,Tampa perfectly recovered.) He aba
state that several gentlemen, from the slaveholding a policy wiirnot should, not succeed. It r elusal to endorse the position we have as emolliency,in reaching,the. of correction its knew.from that
strike, the .reader and .while ,
signers .report
,
,0neJ
pit ; :warrior
; States, belonging to the Whig party, i is unworhy'of agr 'party 'whose sent-! iumed What will be the result of a fail- and
. ...' declined to participate all in a meeting pf mentar and whose aim is r to the principle we have:as- says that the declaration in Savannah.f of clearly set forth their,views and.motives two boys, sixteen years_old! .(also warriors,)
;,li: which the result was palpable,'nnder the intimations t prosperity.and happiness of the people. s erted Neither more,nor less than the'in-' .Mr.Malloiy; t a'"gentleman walt reference to their,action, they.abstain, from were taken among the women> and children
the effect that Mr.M. will be oneofthe'delegates
her( ) ,
4 'of purpose advanced by tbe Chairman Ittendency.to reduce the Whir party to a glorious and deserved defeat of the Whig. 'the: recommending ,any: course,which at large' to Convention
inmy
r a.tthe mere heterogeneous of discordant andidate for the. because thedatform'of Daltior
first meeting- compound Presidency -
/
." We the idei"properry that Mr"Mallory construed into the semblance, of;dictation to official despat b..
';.The me tin 'was 'c ml osed' 'of fortysixgentlemen sectional lactions;, the ballot hot to are* p the' party too narrow for suppose I .
from the free States'and twenty- ceptacle ,for-votes.obtained by fraud upon he patriotism of the people.' ''They'will demand tcovZd thenthe remari being mae just theiHrienda at'home.' ..wbUe the latter appreciate I here state that the"army officers at Ft.

4 one from the slaveholding States. The vote one or other of: the sections of'the United one a broad as the interest of, .the boor the assembling the late .Madison deputies the; spirit,of their representatives Augustine did not refuse !o'.tak'ej the Indians

is'divided-forty-six; to twenty-one -seven Statsl. and .the Presidential. election i to: a ,,hole.Union. '1 r ': ) have assented(o.serve/in h capacity named (for such,we:think; they are, literally, of.a into their custody'on the ground -
from each'class of States voting with the chicanery and dissimulation amongpolitical Should both of the great political, parties -of course not that he would,whether.OflDO;boa b oontjteing
last will
vast majority) from first to they at war with BillyBBowTlegs..
opposing section. mountebank We' do not seek to Cal to shape future party organization upon texcep"he,went in! individual. i. !
4 .' The entire meeting was a meagre majority mak an injurious ascription of motive to enlarged and'fair principle to xvhich'we celeg "confederat f h, in' the game' -ma' also, ,governed* in. their future course bya I shall I leave vhere at 9 o' I,ck, A. M, tomorrow

of the representation classed as Whig the 'or association of men ; but wt repudiate i nvited the Whig meeting at the- Capitol on ner 'as'-the'" supplemental1 'eonventionlsts'. 'of ,.wise i ,regard, to.tbe'eve, which. have .for, Late Winder'on my way to

.Congress:of',the United States.- The quota! and refuse,'for ,our put,'now and the 20ih inltant there remains'> but one other Georgia have sent delegates.' For such 'purp.se transpired.._ Ina, greater crisis-when the the head'of the St.,John's and Tndiaa river.

from the 'slaveholding States 'remaining in hereafter, to lend our support to any'can!i resort.: '. will .demand such..anrganitation 1e.wis.heartily M. Mallory.would-.go-as we States held in their,bosoms avowed seceden Yours
: the meeting after-our! withdrawal '\vas"ost date whose principles are not plainly defined, o ,at the expenra of existing paries -' do notx believe that7he would see.'his principles I truly-,
1 'one-fourth of the-Whig representation from 1 or to join In, any,crusade against popular t and it will triumph over both ; or, mis- and his party soW in,the. zeal for harmony which 'who'. ,bad\ no. .such.- high. purpose .or temperate B. HOPJONS.FOXT .
the slaveholdinfc'S&tes. determination rights, the honesty of.poltics% or the pal pa- ; l ed by political leaders, whose personal ambition the haws have provke .'Theiiare'some know: spirit to.)impel them-the.people .decreed '

of the time and place for holding the Whig ble interest of the the purpose rises above their love of count the ing ones inth1Statwho'iri endeavoring mkeMr. and executed v their own will to their MrsRS, Ap.n.20, 832.

I is. National Convention may therefore be justly of f achieving a temporary, political triumph. : pc peol,1ei', become involved in canvas .Mallory too;Virtuous I At they formerly t did; best behoof- ; :and they,will not. be hemmed Dear General: Yours of the 24th March
made the Congressional-re- But to return.' What was the ingredient by1' whose1' i has been
considered as by ndidatf' parasites twill oo Southern. appears'to that Key I received.. I am satisfied that what
i in 'amendment that the sectional t u Wes round by perplexity at the inharmonious
presentatiOfl from the free States. > Gentry's pander to prejudices action -
induce reveal .to the elements not so have done is for the
Democracy
i some yon good of emigration
Of the members of Congress from to rule it out of order e d political ,preferment by arqusing seCT : of a'merepartycaucus. The South ,
: : free Stated present' ,and acting in this then ull of amendment was to exclude a t passions. The next Congress, in that plastic]l! as they might be., Wonderf.if..ready continues to speak her wishes. North and believe it.will;have':a good effect. I

,i ing, a large majority were committed, by legislative conclusion* It was framed distinctly with a c ase, will be composed of men or all parties, a ssentwouldio&b, islel"- given. t the practical. lces olina falls also into the CarL ope you have forwarded the Indians.you
1 action, against the Compromise view to absolve the Whig members present hedged to renew the agitation of questions sion of the little, FILLMORE line, and have taken, with'the'little child, on to Tampa .
: their have refused from'an to the nominees which the 31st Congress closed with unequivocally commends his spirit..of self-
measures at passage or implied pledge support .s Not at all-By no Mea from which place I shall
! : to express an intention to maintain and execute of 'the National Convention unless' much difficulty. The result,of such a strug- abnegation and patriotic devotion. Tbe fact send them,

il I;, them since their passage. Among those nominees shal be publicly,and unequivocally gl le human loresight cannot compass. We There i no sort of objection t the editor of ,more forcibly suggests the impropriety of with some others to Arkansas. Col. Bow

. those who took part in these proceedingswere regard the series of have believed that intelligent statesmanship, the Newt volunteering h generous assistance to Mr. MANGUM'S man has gone up to Tampa to receive them.
j FO!\C of the most conspicuous opponents measures known .as the Compromise measures b y timely action and patriotic effort, could ward healing any imagined breach among the and Mr STANLY'S course. Billy has not yet come in. Our men have
of the Adjustment and most active agitators as a final' settlement of the dangerous avoid the trial and tbe catastrophe. We Whg.the existence of which ou application of Avowing their preference for Gen. SCOTT, been out at his in council.
: of the North. Of the thirty-one representatives questions they embraced. and to maintain made an honest effort to point way. We tr c Union Whig to them may induce they both, at the same time, declare their place, He is
it.: from the free States, who voted them inviolate.1* What inference can be lave now explained our motive and our hm'to fancy. We are exceedingly grateful, knowledge of the predilection of their quite friendly, and is expected here soon after

., : affirmatively on the proposition that drawn from the refusal to grant this exemption conduct and we confiddently submit them indeed instead'of deeming it .piece of State for strong another talk, which is to be held in a few
:;1t.; the appeal do lie on the table, only three but that the determination existed to for your judgment. ful presumption, at the liberal proffer. ugae- Mr.FILLMORE ; and the first-named days. The Indians have said nothing about

*.U.' had recorted! their votes in favor of the passage commit all who participated in the meeting The events of the Congressional meeting in our life, however, seen instances which hve old gentleman, in protesting his determination those found without their limits
e'1'1' of Hillyei's resolution at this session, t the support of the nominee of t .e National o f the 20th April are of significant import. women have quit the precincts of their i own domestic to accept no public trust at the hands of an you nor are

r t" '.' expressing as the sense of the country that Convention, whether he shall be I does not become the undersigned to suggest fireside, to go trdoctering neighbors administration, declares it his intention to the women you have taken in any way.connected
should be maintained to the not ? in view of them. Our ob. among with All looks
:hj the Compromise measures suppor Compromise or your course Bowlegs. well, so
pledg when there were a vast number of old stockings retire shortly from public life. His State
", i. as a final settlement of the questions undersigned are bound by our j ect is accomplished by inviting to them i shirt-riebands and far. I shall continue to send them off as I
f'', they embraced, and should be fairly and solemn public declaration, made in 1850, your' immediate consideration, satisfied, baby-fixings remaining now, by the late action of the Whig Con-
a them in with their .
,'r'i :"t. honestly executed. Nineteen had voted that we will support no man for office unlesshe we are, that they wi awaken your serious unrepaired at home. Their eyes have sparkledwith vention, confirms the statements made as to can get con .nt in any
i' absent. is known and and 'such action a consciousness of their own philanthropy, number from five npward. As soon as I
'Ii. against that resolution. Nine were unequivocally beyond refection, you to a i its preferences. This all
;i..4I t These, united to the vole of the Senators, controversy, to be determined to maintain, may by the duties to the present and at-the same time they were blinded in their being along so have my interview with Bowlegs, I Trill
4 l .' ; would have been sufficient to overpower the support and execute the laws known as the and the hopes of the future. simplicity to the ridiculous opinion which the palpable, could not her great son, on the eve write you.

4j whole representation present from the slave- measures-Fugitive Slave law W. BaoEE Mississippi. world entertained for them for their pains. of retiring from public life, at least have re-

; holding States, had that representation been and all. We shall religiously redeem our JACEbN MORTN, Florida. The egregious blunder in the present instanceis frainetl from an expression and course, in Very respectfully

r ,: united. We will not dwell upon the consid. word. We felt, after the defeat of Gentry's; JOHN MOORE. Louisiana. the supposition that our designation impliesthe the t eth of the sentiment of his Your obd't Ien'tLUTHER
,
; ,: erations these facts suggest, or express the amendment that silence or acquiescence un HDMPHERT MnSHAt Kentucky. existence of fit-union Whigs. We do not people, BLAKE.
;, reflections they naturally awaken. It is apparent would commit,us to I M. P. G NR v, Tennese. pretend to say there are no such in all the South, Vhidcan have no other effect than to embarrass .

1.1. however, that the time and place an inconsistency, and justly awaken suspicion C. H. WILLIAMS, Tennessee. but in Florida they are too few, if they exist ataU the attainment of her wishes! Extract letter
-t::, nave been determined, not only by a minority of our sincerity. Regarding the vote E. C. CABELL, Florida. for us'to have contemplated a distinction of The action of Southern Whigs too, speaks from a private dated to Jacksonville,

Ip '. # of the Whig representation, but by a on Gentry's amendment as tbe emphatic declaration DAVID OUTLAW, North Carolina hem when we penned our call loudly to tbe calm sense of the in ,
preponderance of that element of the representation by the meeting either that the persons i J. ARISTIDE LANDRY, Louisiana. Our cotemporary perhaps borrows the idea from majority TAXPA, Arerr.27tH, 1852.
which either the remained uncommitted JAMES F. SmOTHER the Baltimore Whig Convention. Tbe Whigsof Col. Bowman has brought seven Indians
.: opposed adjustment present a to Virginia. his own party,where ,he need not wrest an editorial
:.Tt.: or disavows the "finality" of the set their own suppor of the Adjustment mea, I concur fully in the statement of fct a newspaper paragraph to found it, but may: the South are not yet disposed to remain from Carloosahatchee on their way west-

J1dii. tlement. sures, or they refused to establish anysuch well as the general positions of thi find it broadly defined in all reports of electionsseveral I i immobile on the question of the Presidential two men,'two women, and three children,
tLt.!,., The undersigned now invite a review of test of the qualification of the nominee dress. .
i in of the Southern States for some l nomination ; and we hope they will send; besides two of the delegation. These with
' i": their own course as connected with this con of the National Convention, no course remained T. L. CLING UN, North .
", Ji:" gressional consultation. We shall pass I consistent with our conviction of Carolna ime past. If we mistake not, the breach was I their delegates to Baltimore, asking nothing those taken outside their boundaries by

..J't';; over wit bout.comment the evident predetermination I duty and sense of self-respect but to withdraw ally surveyed at the late grand council of high but an affirmance of the Constitution, which Gen. Hopkins and delivered to Col. Bow

): of the Chairman to guide the meeting i formally from the meeting and to retain FLOBIDAJACKSONVILLE REPUBLICAI. priests at Madison-and a division of honor made has been, in some of its features, for a longtime man by Gen. Hopkins's son, are now on
).1, ., to a fixed result, by confining it to the i the-position we designed to retain.It trith special reference to,it. Messrs. Foote, Cobb
and evaded. and the
latest
: glossed over But the address Eggmont Key, from the
Co. all sides classed "Union Democrats"with news
:it consideration oi such subjects as suited his has been charged that it is our are on as
. ;i. :. own inclinations and purposes. We presume rate purpose to distract the counsels delbe-: : how much favor as to person or po.licr says, we ask no retraction of opinion. nation seems to promise success to Gen.

::-; this will be manifest to every one from Whigs and to create au onnecesr schism Thursday, May 13th, 18552.JCJCOUWTY the past numbers of the News can testify as to slavery-no endorsement of the Com Bake's! efforts. Cot Bowman says that

.t t..4. the determination he announced in advance.to body of the party. It has -_ And the Georgian, and papers of like stripe are promise in detail-but that as a whole, now Billy Bowlegs will go in less than two

.!: rule Mr. Marshall's resolution out of 'or- been charged that ouc object is to open I ( contumacious enough to hint that even Gen. embodied into a paramount' Jaw, the people i months, and that then the others can with-
.+ tier, even as an original substantive proposi afresh the agitation upon the slavery question JETO. Case himself has been inveigled .into the obnoxious -
.'! what law and sectional At the of shall abide by it. out much difficulty be persuaded to go by
tion. By parliamentary or com strife, in order suggestion numerous members of the category. Then to come nearer bometbere '
: mon usage does the chairman' of a meetin to prevent a concentration of Whig..strengthat Party, we announce that a meeting of the Union I is the little Spartan band of Union Democrat We do not think the Whigs of the South fall, except Sam Jones,who never will go.

; limit the business.thereof to a single ques- the approaching Presidential election. It Wsnos of Daval county will held at the CourtHouse at Key West headed by brother McCaQ, or would have been content to offer a Ruth- He says that Billy has always been anxious

: lion when no limitation.is expressed in the ha been charged that we present insulting b father Mallory we are not certain which.. 'They like fidelity' to the majority in the Convention -.' to go, and that the only objections he now'
: 'f notice under which.it assembled 1 Does terms to the Isorth by requiring the reitera: in'Jacksonville, on Saturday, the 15th
have
1: 'the objection lie in the fact that the members tion of pledges to maintain and to'enforce ttant, at .early candle-ligbt, to consult and in adopted more than resolutions ink and which must mean something evenbad the split in the caucus I has to going are that'in, 1804 Some of his

I':::L prfsent,were to be called upon, to express laws waich exist on the statute book;'and action u the interests and wishes of the party tech their rigid ,determination paper-tor.to-support they declare no never taken place, ;j' they could not have father's cattle .were' taken .or purchased for

#. their sentiments as to the propriety of maintaining which no member of Congress or:'political' niaysuggest. .' man for office who is. not a ? Union Democrat,'' said unto them "Whither thou goest I wil]I some purpose, and by some.. person,whom I
,
-' arid' enforcing the Compromise aspirant has manifested an intention to dis and a supporter of the Compromise. 'So much go-thy god shall be my god. Therefore,' do not now remember, in value about $1500
4 .sures?, We leave you to judge. turb., These fellow Whigs, are Wig of the different precincts of the
I ::1; -. What reason can be rendered of the decision !:- unjust and statementS schism shall oc O are requested to' emphasis upon Union Democracy," implies i I it is as well that their servants have delivered which has never been paidand that during

. ,. 4' : that resolution was out of order It: cur in the Whig party, it'will result from the county b present. oonnter-leaven somewhere; but as the parties con; their message-nof of faction or'of r the war some one owed -him $i5, all off

r'. differed from Mr..Stanly's in one particular attempts'of menwbose'prent distinction in 03-A: portion of original matter will be found earned display U, and will the more expose it in passion, but of 'our' devotion t( the Whig which be must'have before he.will' go; and
I.t only. In addition.. the determination ol alone to the success with wbichthey articles which" the efforts they have still to make to ,neutralize
-
upn'ou ht'pagemosty hale party-our' desire to amalgamate all its I Cot B. says that he shall have it.
'w''f" the time and place for holding the NationalConvention l have heretofore"fed',the;, flamesol sectional ;. crowded out on previous ; the ingredients of, the party batch, there .
::4k. Marshall's resolution suggested I fanaticism, and whose;future' hope We shall be compelled occasionally!'to place week- is no parti ular occasion,for Whigs to,put their parts, yet with som 'assur nce that that; II
I Ihe Congressional Caucus resolution of De rests mainly uponthecreationof sectionaldivisions. 1 gin articles this position, enable find hands> in the.dough during the kneading process. which is a minority may not::be"understood THE GASTOS os' SHORE.-We failed in

: : ,cember, 1851, as a condition precedent to .'' Our effort ba been to induce the rom,promptly for important t matter u t frequently Slave' Abduction. to sanctionby; silence, course: which may receiving our mail on Wednesday. the;-5th,,

ta k. the union of the Whig members of Congress Whigs toiuiune'a national' ground-a conservative will reach us by the Northern mail, but '" ,_., render it a nonentity. owrngoThe_ steamer,.Gorton'being aground

y .j in the approaching canvass. It did not at- ;and;patriOtic! position-the only? may not come to_hand until the Sunday preceding A letter upon our first pago, addressed by th at St.,Catharine's-island.: It appears to have,
t.i.e1' tempt to prescribe a platform for the Na. position'upon'wblch' 'stalesman'and the The Whig' of Worth
Carolina
issue the
-I our -consequently forcing either, present Secretary Treasury to Mr.Mallory, been occasioned .
: .tio nal Convention; 01 to dictate to the delegates patriot can maintain the harmony of 'th'es u t provide by the'tremendous gale oc
for it in the reference to a communication to the latter from
l',i $1" 'from the. primary assemblies .ofthe Stales oV preserve. the existenc of this Government : or original matter manner from stated week, or to t week.postpone ii L Col. John Broward of this county.'on the impor- We, learn. from Raleigh that the Whig c 'ring'ab the,time i overflowing the'lands'

11 ; :r people... ,It i avowed the determination of its : 1...Mt. To-day ou ,we-hare, on our outside original letter taut subject of slave'abduction from our river by State Convention .of North.Carolina, which adjacent to the channel, consequently obstructing -

; f-.{... friends theiziain i from uncommitted,and initiator<:to abstain slavery Solar: queztaorrouravowed frorniope'mng"agitation'object upon. is,1 and the] fromeh. uitepeo-a,region becoming a daily. the masters Northern coasters;is not unwortb; met in- that city"on the 26th nit., nominated ,the latter, and.deceiving the pilot.
taking <
" [k ; toa National altogether Whig, Convention steps. unless the]V. the'effect of!the: proposition assert:most of,.i rl tO.13frOmltSbeing.;the.,route. of a the particular attention ot the reader We refe John Kerr, of jCaswell county' for.Governor F The st steamer was"carried ashore,'and could

.:. J; ndition was satisfactorily!' ,met; Itwar'not be, to terminate agitation by assuming as ;a projected- road fa the aired line of.travel between to it as an evidence of t ready disposition ota of.thftj State, and,passed eSOllltlonsrecom not be again i hauled:off. Trie. effort has been
,. ,. resolution bu starting point for the. that tbe our own State and*the Pacific.:;;The grant member,of Mr. Fillmore's Cabinet to.meet the -t
: : inconsistent with Stanly' canvass, entire I. upon mending [MUIard, Jill more.and.William A continued, .but with what success we. are.
' .j"'. :cnmulative.theret l to,'by the. impositioa a party, Northland South, faithfully abides which the charter for the Tehnantepeo'road wag' wlaheaofoin', citizens whose* property 1s.thusloi!! Graham for,the,offices of,President and Vice .not-.;.informed.-t-i -" u- ,.-' .. I.
by the law asitexists and maintains founded having by the Mexican totbein by ihe evQ spoken of- albeit that member : __.
,i3 '::1 condition afiecting'r.onjyjhe! Actors in thisCongressional the ben and -it t I '1 :1Gen.ralsie
.1 meetlngandjmpliedlyrelicvring Compromise measures, settlement Go'veet.-and- :-the- ertor temporarily; ifcertaIdoentianabostile'peea in the President> of. the United",- States.. 'The following : "" .
them from. a"committal, sustain,tbei ( of the exciting questions ana embrce. How, suspended,we a happy tieeatatenients i our South are to be believed,' wouldrather'r send'al U are the ResoluUons/.relatipg to natiana 1aflirs.wbich ,, I 'tt.:
.
jipminee! i ? of a;C .nyentionwich might faito !ii is it,possibler that,this position can afford a exchanges that our' ent"1. g'&Baking oat ilaVes.adrift.to: mock 'anil defy us, or freelyencourage ; metthe, enthusiastic_ approval I fbp New- "York> rJiftrrpr!- -i which 1' i-. .:has, for !its_ :

require.! t the earne conditioniof candidates. basis for renewed agitation,,unless there it 'adetermination. such as'wifl 'secnfe the of way to' L ,their illicit deportation, than lend the of the Convention ,: "President ,
.'. \\lCflidjSbt'dictate;.ojek.to,dictate .* to Pbid.bJ.that tettlement 1 & itp 'conserjuently i the'advantages" u wpight ofhiuhityto secure them,and jhereb'y .: f c.., : (1' ticketFor' A L .-' ,, 'The" .t Best* i 'Uaioa.* -

the programme of 'the"National Con ventionJml -rinciplcbfeiU5r: i maybe avowed 5 will accrue therefrom t our common country 1 :ttc r ore'rigidly'to_' u.torc'o'tbe1aws; beariii..gontha:1" fi'rm'and. ,Firat.t.That.MiUat'd. ,,i1lmoret for the able 5 Man,,.of :!the.Natfori:, ; ,For_, Vic e. Presideotj
merely,asserted| an"affirmative endorsejgifnt'of of the Com : 1 'l -" 11'1". patriOticmsnperinhicihe i ? : h&S Crittenden, of Keiflucky"hastlie.foowing .
opponents I J9bp4.,
1utlyy 'fD H administered 'the ,, ,
.
; the. fiiiajity f .jbe'Cbmpromise!' ,1 as.by. whose' atr.Col.leatolh.I' *it wHI'be observed' ,- : Govnment; de'serves "thi -t- > r
f :\ ; exertions that Mr.1 Corwin has' given. .: : elicited by late
'as a b:5iLof: ',union, among the,presentWni; gmeoiber enute tbeQ'..W hen J(partners have w. we; ;icr p :ci r f : renewed instructions to the Collector of this port do confidence'of'the not hesitate to declare whofe'cburitryv'and svn ., '' t. rMr.JIaogums; .
; tha.t.he In
: is the first speech theSeate1: .
,I Congress Was this improperCaci ri arising in vtheir. former .
: 'b SaT the
lflgenCe' atm er on subject, which (in the Secretary'words) choice.of the.Whigs of ,North S. : =- : -
Carolina
'ihe' Whig members' of .this' Congress, dealing, and a decree has been rendered as last; ot ihedeatb ot CoLJouN i H.; I FrdT iqs; hoped. may checker .remodythe., grievance I e''office of''4esiderit; fort ". That .General ,Scott is a. 'good :Union
;Jwhb .a1-rp't vto .be national l' in. their. feelings seroJ the'true state of their account,'woald,h county 'which; Savannah? on complained of." ., T"n SeCondTbatWjlUarn tJ9f the A.United Graham States, nan,' we ,haY9.IQt.the: shadow of a doubt..
nnile'iip'bn ba unfair oCd te > .: :' "_'0 by '
iff 4 ij.'candidate on any other. ;is.J b'cnsdere insulting.: tbtin Tuesday His demise -" a .o 1t'1.1: his He is cltn erva ve "by nature,. by educationand '
I not :i ability''aritegrity
:
WM
precdng. patriotic"'devotloito.theoountryi
Ought:national( WbTgs.inywber: North.prS ,-one.;should, of); constitution ax' !diq 1"Lat4 Pub1itiagt t uUJiJ: 'z;f'JI ; :t by vocation., We do not know that heindulgesinous'dangerousism >
ulb 'to.'agree' for.a} forego a the other.that the decree be accepted k peeled; hl ,..thonfjh. naturally '.... has':endeared himself tbuh 0 i unless be:
.point',, 0,Jvitaltotbe: p omen.t..iJ. ,of,:thepeace ; basis on which they renew, business 1 gorous, had been.for.lomV yean gal1ield- 'fi iJJfm grat1fioatIn acknowledge people of jjthia. State j.and, .believing jhis u fate d,lOll grot-ism. Why, then, it IS .per-:
: of.'etyJ;.We did ardently desire Would this answer" be {Considered aatisfac. lag t t insidious advances Of a holo'd'etlo the receipt for the first 1im,of DeDoie'i.R iet : faithful and' capable, we .earnestly recommend tinently asked, is be the favorite candidateof

the Whtgs in:pnrea.t.:'adopt,the tory-ftYou! have.your decree ;< enforce it of the liver" which' finally. ""terminated*" "I dopcal published in New Orleans.-The'number; before office of him to' 'the Whigs of the! Union' .for. the, the Abolitiori' Whigs- of;"'such/fanatics_
luti'on U a !( : their own,:prop I if.you,W bat'do not require. an acknowledgment effusion.. us, !is,that for_the present month-its receipt being Vice President.4 and ultraisb' as:Horace" 'teley.aaid ,Tharlow.Yeed ..
publish i it to the'country as.one'of the bonds its justice, by compelling me I t; The"'ounc:in--its "ann m icnt r to:bui! at,an early day of{ t !,pe riod,of iU, ;-issnet ,Thework Third.: 'That -whilst; thus declaring oar -journalists 'who denounce,the'
I of tb association.;.. It choice i .for, the. Presidency and Vice,Presb
: political required nosacrifice un that.Iwitl. abide : 0 emmuty hrceyed'witibuto teUI as',expressed in its ,tide, appertains r Constitution i ,our Government as an'atrobrgitin .
r.4rj 'ol. principleno''recanjaiibnol: :], f neighbors' disagreed, and",referred.thek.: re- tbatofdeep regret.,; McIsiosH w.etm- particularly to'the Southern'iind Western'statesbeing7 dency the, we, will., nevertheless' cordially sap cious' ,' ,an *!ill-considered compact I1
"fv; ; opinion-norenunciation' .errors-only specie claim t arb.trtors does tbe loser ed for bis generulpu.and acts .a citiien, a;'monthly: !Industrial"tad;Lilerary port nominees of The.WhiNati na I The r asoni is :obvious, althongh' have
H; *!i. determination,. consistent! .with .!be the sndbeald.spoaaeaaln Convention, .if they unequivocally in favor 1
nobles forfeit dignity acknowledging award J,! g aaturaiquaiit1u to tn- journal, devoted to Commerce"Agriculture; ,Manufactures of not yet seen the answer in print. It ainx. .
s. impulses' patriotism, to abde'lor'iJI-i and rfnewing business upon the basis then dear bimto his[fellow jnen,..led.i familiarassociation' Internal ilmptovementi'i Statistics- sustaining the Compromise measures, ply this:;. Wm."H. Seward is an ,ultimate.
lure..by settlement desr of !' jFhese homely:Illustrations. I sod with his which we insist.should adhered and TTk__?i_ the
ed'l"'r point t intimacy. former.fellowcltixeni -_ Home and Foreign;,tcf iThe. leadingriaraeles carried candidate for the.. ,; In.. pre-
1113.re 3 : peace,W a}distracted country,: d.t, .ry thevimw.wetake: .or,the present, datie pf ,of.lower Georgia,where he,had.passecthe are ,The Straits Settlements and. ; the ii\to faithfuLexecutioii lt as a final s.ent position of affafrl;be has no r chance of
t Ip settlement
.t into execution the of all in this Government.;, ,Archipelago .in. principle and substance; o if '
'honestly Cmpact ,, pa'riot origi- days of Ms,.boyhood and.the early years- o'mature ; by W. A.: a-nomination in 1852 ;'bat as hope springs
: Constitution; W frankly. nal of.the .Gliddon I Southern.Wines "dangerous and.: exciting,subjects..
i itl'uour compacts Constitution established liferrprcserviog them ey.; eternal: in the:,human Abreast,'>,he does not
J deliberalV l .p| urk>se to announce:".at tbete/ms of this and constitute h itrou' and Vineyards,1;by Sydney Waller;of Ior6i Carolinaj embrace. Andwe are.it as .the opinioof1this it '
confederacy since his a.bodeln of 1856. .If, Fillmore should be
despair .
tbe up the day x>f his ;
Flori t j Pennsylranlai Railroad' Convention that
: art'unalterable de Prospects rand ; candidate
} ? 'thresbbpid det rminatioc'L the rganic Jaw' ofGovernment.After..a -, tot elected, of,,courSe, Seward'a .chances would
; 4.;. aidln 'boscheme fof.anelecti, series'pf eecticnal disputes and ,oc' Progress; Negro-Mania.F ; 'J;' ,I u. & the Pr iden: ifor'Vice Presidency:can oh : )
years arose, addition be for ever rained would be.the deathblow -
;'r with.br; allied "to men wh6se"policy 'a .Missouri Compromise made quietcontfoversyrelating r I. t'to'j.ne esteem awarded t I .24 ,AorAJBri ? MW.--We-bave; been lain the'vote th 'the'Whlg'partyof: ti to Free-Soilism and New York would

: ignore theJinal settlement of, tb'os ; -', certain, goy t .deceased"as: : a had the option during in possession for a fortnight of th. number of this Carolin'aunley"b ;:Is beyond doubt in favor I not be entitled to another; Presideat. for the

ous and exciting':questions'which, are embraced powr and constitutional rlJet. _. life of occflpyiiig a prominent position; in $1politicilrsnkiofouryoung e quarterly'February" T.bedinpjfili eon- of maintaining the'eatire i series" 'of..Comoro? next quarter of ,acentury3Butif: Scott
what termed*"the queun. ''State :In;:1843 he tents' reJ''tF i: raise'measures. :
by is Adjustment i Itwas faithfully ,:United follows W9rkiv"'of'.JOb'Mi1& should be elected who is not New-Yorker, .
iItt-; With thecandor1: 'freemen States .one of Presidential, Electors on the Tay N liw'Zea&a 'Fourth.Thatweare'opposed: '1o the doctrine ,
we..presentedin aD ..ubltl to by.the people the nj d; the IdfSrof J bij'St4rThj } ,. :' the 'Adminiatrationcould le easily organized
+ the'proposition1submitted to ;the.'meeting. eav'boJig. ,rAfter-; another) serieso lor tleket,"and on'more than one occua]he wa the Geology of the Surface'and' rioult r ; jth'e, bf.intervention, and we!:declare that;;it irr* a to give 'Mr. Seward the sacees-;

tiI ; the ptioD'td\ hich'weshalladbefe.Ve. : ; ,acquisitions ,.territory,were compelled,to'.decllne 'i'nden- 111fbi Literature the New Testament Arctic Searcby farthe dirty of 'the1GeneiaI Gbverriment't< iion; way',This erp1anatio 'affords a key to the:

rest upon the Cict'that it was mac* -new disputes :. 0 o touching ;it Issamp influential friends' IPd for' th! ing.Expeditions; ,Memoir/;of.Bhop| .Coplestonj adhere. tiictli' to. the f re.igit'' policy,. of 'Y hngtor. game.s Do ou Southern friend*.understand
assumed fromir sojemh""tense"' of duty to 'and, GoeofthStt. "
ihe.siameiquestiohs.tAvnew.Compromise Wesley and Methodism
i powers j Progress s of Popular ., _
:- ourseUes'ahd tor'bar 'country; and'we rely wasmade; wherebyth. 7We pen thiipoor tribute wiOxUie'eommon'IC etlmICtoorrowwbIc EdacaUonBlauJcicood'!Gre t'Bltt f"DCe fJ ...;., '}_tnn-Tnafwe disapprove', tne'legislatio it .
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t !, for!;*justification pf our e>in.these: pro* balance,of i lowerwa: yielded by the slave-: i :,pervades. our. .conwnunltj. ,. .'l fIU'U'"11It'tf'' .-'% ,>, I '. 1!<"'1' ,.,.. ,'J' 7,. o ongrese bi which the:PubliLands; thecbmnibnrojertjrbl 5i\Ve t, willjOnty i ,addi,thatln ,case.General.
cec&ngs'Dpoa the honest impulses of, holding on tht ; w"" : t all'the'' States are'so cb'tt'obtain nomination present -
the reins of : ;
b St1 empire were ,. O' f : for April Walso bee 3
J reoeive d. n he shoald
I ,of .all. who ; often appropriated for the a le pearahteslndicate' mayand
people4hepauiotiirn. Jove. delivered the.free States by the admission U thus:made up J.; 1'h Earl otjorb.ILMJo N aild'uclnsiv
:
r '" .M-7wish_ .to'-pernetoate its'bi' ., of:. CahLojiiisintothe AJniofl.Tl tosIairadwusupprased r: 4xP 1: -Thfl oommemor Uon o'te1a .e"or Varieties in English JAfe'part xX Arne I-' benefititf'thevevStateJand:" ; } We'lnsistJ' I ten..caas. be the-nominee of the Opposition i.
: -: >inthe Plain vent ?fM&ywulkoI: omlttcbi the Javeniljpor- loan MiUtaryReooDllOll&n08luadn40n Com thatch the, isposifibh pf eal.J J Ja.nds'for pur-1: party, as he is almostsure4o; be, thet Union
1 ? Wont;of bur 4onTAin- nufioner;Ihe.Commercial pisasterfj f.: : amongthe Whigs.will i te, thrown Jotot
t rijhconveri&f'our of.(polumbiAj territorial "l > iffil the. poseaofEducattoii"and.Internal" Iinprovethe' men .
verdmeots
,1To ass propositionrrltf 'go Mothe -
:
? 'the
'Legacy btt LUnbom
$.wer' pIe rr ntenlenUwere madej' t CMMrenz Stat awkward "position.. The candi4ate.0L4:
creedjbvetj | by menta of North '
jwhole Carolina'should
.
uogre to disagree1 :on questions con- pubJJ' b''lor Appeal to the: Country.rMa ?S t Q,of.lae1. aa ictwa3;: .passed .. deliveryiii otWe' iV": pftT doe t\6nif>n Fi % shall take pa pleasure In;receiving ,oJ" .reteie ber"eqa led j jiist'ih re 01 the"same. their'owri party is CTU7n"ohthe' Compromise',;
Dtawu.sh.8Stta 'altother
; on ua fogttjvearota,labor I,,This:secernent beidg V" 'tMtebeinr'dliP ei fcUQAcidemyM ders: for ubscript5a the two 1 tUr'JWX1ecJ pQb; Sxtk.rhativ.e1tberlahai i cordialan4: im* i-a'qnestiooiwhich'\ they place.above
F .D f .Slave
,;rowiwto open.willingly;the &"Cm IUP Ruing'.te $ ; n W priilefe Uv ; 14 No1 It PAziO 'obligtdM4 ldpr1tb Uniont.pf thei Statesl7aria ifi| our defcrmiriaWriJoresfst i t-: tlii country.;..On the,o.the! JiaodGenCast3'
i lareo 3 &. ppoaitepiqture.t i i 1 e'SloPi' m ov i t i p & : t t.JBvery'attempt tb:alienateCbneportionbfooi it"well known"'advocate of this measu e0
1tl.t -Bfitatiooaud; & Rplyt WrI. '" tw : 1'UlDal,prell, it tJ :o' UPIM SUWbigs'.''are to'be'ca.sl j:
,. the your own the. of. thanks couOtryfrod'thiest i .ncl'toenfeeble
sof
I m *s ajUng &W hamohy .jbaro ] 1cI'rl 4..t. for pacJugei of veryjute Northern papa, between.the two horns of this dilemma;via
I : : the:,Union.i ; deMery beeueztute4 11 reached'over .two,h : .'Ted'41rec' 'ooeQ thelacreJ.tie$ which'.Dd'._ ether. 3t
-' wJbhie incolrated. ask merely nteaeuI f, d .t.'P. f:; : J : fePffn... (JfW. its Tariooff-parts': M# *- ''r !" -- '" hey not.exclaim, in the lpalhetJabngMg;
fast Wh1 ote&ziothoieyercompeaeth. andbronght thenoeio .
IItherui'tIine'juit ?
tatJ pa1.bal. th r- ; thb'-wao. "steamer .. r1V wx. go
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: $1..i- SSAJU.
i 0.ni 't oft s8r'"f.\yHU
I i1 .o.morsILahutheprpeMu4: peace(!of Ot9.bCtfldJ. .' ; T4Yt" the tukae JttftnA/r' *'TiT
L tbt futxn te: amJ1 ue renewed c tor.a.ntna itset.by.taking.sfiriu a4Ilpo.liJ"p."t khrwe.lot Mvewi 6u4I& or bt l ;. rt or the b.tief'bOlt\Jio'- DlU1 I \.a.T !. c.tlc.w', t.to. ..l;:,.f IlO, Is 'uPTtiktajilieheatt'e t.a..t..d 1.wf,11_ j,
of,fanaticism, ,[ ; .c tv-n; ?:; la l fioaUIyofiis..eW e.iy ;! f t&YOri'&r-riCtif 4..f lh' 1" ; s.'
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Meeting. .. t. ."jeet .f XxmvroTtn ; St.a I :ilk."BaOaftoa:Howae. At b b i-- k .;.;{,1. ',' "f ;' 1..1-.fi1 : .
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eu&nce ,of notice at Mr.; BROWM'S School I -'Ma,''& ,- 1f" .: MOj9.' *J. -- : :; Classical- -... mid. KlU Utat.o'; i wW'Ji 4 eAfai. )underAAND tot'- -* two year*. .rs 1R t,New vithffTrJ YerL: n. l') cr .
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Geo. .- D. Hntchenson. Ga. .. '
Room, Ja&KinYiUe, on Wednesday,eveninglast. i J : t .I$! MRLt.MALO. couteati destroy-sd. DeellIItton..ttr.
SLAuguatine Cut 11 HeIlo.d" F. 'BROJVINrlD .
aDd lpa..tt .
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.::.MaV6.I8on.?., p. ;G. : ..lrL Mow JaM le1 Leea qeaneet with i. ", j. 1Aw-E1XtiWLr. ,> ; .
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S C. MCOOPERwii cafld'th i M. Breadalbane. ,; I' John ncxIN.. Y. I mItE. StTBScRIBERh&ThijW-.n"in eDe or the ACademi.at GreaTm- ELEVENSAFES.t itzrent-: seals 1.z. ,,n.-w a f. .
Major
J& 1: So C.ndbrings ocwg '
iouil1e. With her '
Capt.A. McFarland, experience in teaching,hat eoaeladt4 M ci- the highest tetUmomala with their eonUntsf: .The Safe .
Chair and Mr. C. Daiw:appointed Secrettry. ,. J.'Underwood, N. Y. tablish hit School in.thi* place,and respeetlull.1 et,Mr ebaractes-alid sooeei ci a Tea Co.defied the flames and rsad.by mq. .; -
brocght out its
JuporF1i,. : Invites the She aim refer to CoL B. AtPuuos eostfotTwithovt : '
publie to'call and test it*merit c4 IW
':.Llla 10. a mark of fire s oathess ,*$, :.t ,
Col. George WVCalLTallahassee. -. It will behi constant effort to cultivate the i'o( .ie .. ', -c :.
The Chairman stated the object of theme .' .. E. A. Powell. ,Ga. Hendstup and esteem of his pupils. and to instil : SwAartenden thank I'w'tit' 'Mn. 'OIOJERTSTHT :LIkL'i. '

of improving Miss C-ii. do. S.. B.Thompson. :Calvin Oak ho* principle*which tend to develop the human and the public generally for the liberal patronage c. .- u... ,

tiDl to be to consider the subject W,A Forward dO'li Black Creek! GunsinitliandAIaclilnest intellect and to refine the hearts _- .4. already reeeivedraad respectfully informs.them jniz n.ruETCHxx jiuo f IAM.Ta.. T.Ntw ..
the St.'John'' Bar.. Chas.. Selden, :N.,ysi&. A. Williams ) 'Wtth Kt being in the least sectarianIhe'InstU I that'.by thetToeently.. formed-association with .
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May 7. .. -.. Palatka. HAS permaoently located himself.Jaekson-- tote will be conducted on religions principles. I Mr*.Marlow.'which goe into'opera\oD on the ; ,You,Dee.20, 1351.
Dr.A..S. BILDWIH, being, called upon, Dr.H.Bacon and 50J.- .A. Peden" Jac'ville.JN. ...' He is prepared to do all work By a most thorough system of review aDd examinations 1st of March aa additional number of pupil can .M.Sn..us and M4aY1ll, n eor c.'f

made some remarks explanitory. the method St.Marys Ga. Reeves,: "Fla ia the Gunsmith line, both in Repairing: and which experience has suggested the be received into the institution to whom,a faith- Ricis ..No-I"Wa&er& 1Y.i, ."-
.McRobertr, W Haddock .do. -tannfacturirg-: He has a new process of RI- Principal Caters himself that Knowledge ful and conscientious discharge of duty will bo arms,when the firs was
proposed by'him to effect the object(desired Dr. P.;M.;'Robert. *, LEING, which far surpasses the usual method. acquired,cannot be lost.:," ", ': : ;"once. .- cheerfully given by both the teacher*. "? :": Buiaeas No. 218.Pari consuming Street, I .mv absentia pIaoe.of:.

them by'outline T. N. Jacboan11e.I s.". Those wishing;can have them made to order.- Great inducements are'- lI'end-iD the' way" of Mrs. MixiowwiUdevuU particular attention ReDll1aer County.tel&iar-a-MW f.1f
accompanying 'May lli- All Machinery and Gunsmithing entrusted tolis'care' health and beauty of situation-to parents wish to the French Pepartment,a* well. a*to the usual eUttV IB V"inMii'WTiijru with HT Exeskic.TEraje.. )

draughts of the St. John's and contiguous G. "W. Jones,* S,C. I A.A.,Ctiiova, will receive prompt attention .He ing to send their children from home, a*BO pain* English studie: .' and did not read the account until 1 wiI.fnl Ii. :

and illustrations of the Col......Tracy. Flo. Jacksonville. hope by close application business. to"'merit a will be spared in providing for, their comfort and Tkrat*fo j artrofefr r* lerefct.Orthographyadmff was too late to save my books which weN pXac.
water courses of -
share
'public patronage. enjoyment ;-**" *f ** ia one of your safes, purchased from Jfr. Jbrvar .

causes and effects resulting in the obstruction 09-Kar: DlseMec....Deafhesa,.Radically.Curc J&cksonvilleNoy.. l. ..1851.- tf.. ,. The discipline' ,wffl" :be. 'inflexible,though mild arlinmeti_y,\> .HT-t;,1'wt1ngnd J-T-S.. ., ft 00 ome yean a > Jify fears were actallsjd when- "
Bar. The & Dr. LE'BRUNN and pel'l1Win. 'ni t 2 *-* Grammar,geography, and history 5 00 1 found it necessary,.pon my,return to apply tao..
of the explanations were received offers to those suffering < '
1 ,To-Druggists,, ,The course of instruction laeladei U the branches -* The higher branches of the English Croton Water 40 hours before w. enabled to
from Deafness hit .
AURAL
by the meeting with much interest EDIES which have, been infallible successful'in'REM Apothecaries- Perfumers- Confectioners'Patent of a thorough finished English{Education. ; education :' .*'*: i; ., -':. 6 00 commence operations;-after which H required*l
nearly and full for das .. hours of labor aDclappliOllt.ioa
a preparation College to
any Extra nbee&JaJD&Ddar
for
charge : .>
their close Dr. CHARLES of and instruction in: the.f reach .
and attention. At THREE THOUSAND CASES conrmedDeafnesa. Medicine Factors, Dealers in
from its ted. You
ashy
,
ENGLISH" STUDIES: Ivnguage and orawing. .. auyjudn of
? atr
These remedies have ; .j
been pronounced d $ "
offered the resolutions by.Dr, Toilet and:Fancy Articles.. The musical tth ti'1a'under anxiety daring this delay and m.1..1ree&bJe
following department surprise
BTSXE Kramer of Berlin Itard Delean f 4 lgt'
and of '
Paris Orthography Penmanship *
PRACTICAL ; ; Phonography the charge MrsJBaiAicsan upon opening the safe in the' p.'t sT
which were unanimously adopted : and Curtis, Pilcher,'Yearsby, of London,'as the THE ADVISER or, Com !Grammar; Geography; Ancientand Modern ed the Piano acoomplish- number gentlemen to find y-books and'
Forte
most wonderful and effectual of over One Hundred Recipes, forth performer-en Harp, and Gui ,
for
Resolved That the deepening of the St.John's of the internal. ever applied diseases use of Druggists, Apothecaries Perfumers, History; Rhetoric; Book-Keeping. ; Composition tar. Pupils from the country can iw'accommo pen saved, sad as legible u they werepnvieoito
andmidd1ee&r.They and Declamation Botany the Bible VocalMusic the fire. The
Confectioners Patent Medicine Factors ;. ; ; dated with.Aboard: U respectable ftaOie from. intense heat which the Safe was
and ,
-
Bar to admit into our river a comprise three different for .'
EO as I courses. the various ,Drawing. $12 to $15 month subjected,can be conjectured from the eondiUoa1of
Dealers in Toilet and Articles. Edited per
larger class of merchant vessels and ocean diseases that effect the external middle and Internal HOKACK EvB.as.rr, Graduate Fancy and Member of the by SCIENTIFic.couksE, Feb.26 ." ,- .. 'If another safe, [not a Salamander which n
ear. If the disease is confined to the iron skeleton
steamers than can now the obstructionsat external College of Pharmacy in the of New.York : frame only reMJhjw aadnot a rem.r .
pass ear, their affects are apparent on"the fifthor cUT Intellectual Moral and Natural Philosophy; ""Charleston' FiOri tile of a book. They were:companion in;the
its mouth, is an object of great importance sixth LE B. Also-The celebratedRecipe Professor Wil- Logic 'L1n .
day.Dr. vorraats a aue.in.- Astronomy, Chemistry; ;. Geology. same office orf the second floor;from which they
not only to East Florida but to the ry case, where the year is perfect in itA formation. lard,for making good Soap at one cent per pound, MATHEMATICAL COURSE. fell upon crates of earthen ware u the cellar the'
will wash better
whole State; as not only' the prosperity of I He has eighteen certificates from thOJlC who had that other and quickerwithout.laoor.th This, '.' ; The.Splendid. JTew'Packct-cteanicr ruined safe upon the Salamander.. U their posi II
Florid would be thereby been deaf from infancy, whose hearing is now any Soap ever manf'atur. Arithm.ti'Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry .FLORIDA' tion had been reversed not even the skeleton
East greatly worth the
to
pro. completely rutortd, and who are pow enabled to aone i pric bk ; Surveying; Mensuration; Analytical Geom would have remained.Jly leesovtr the
moted, but the St. John's could be made a learn the language. Over tvxnty-uven hundred any Exclusive wholesale agent the etry; Differential Integral Calculus. L..M; COXETTER, COMMANDER, is $ ., yet the salvation of my, book insurance In !!
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suitable and convenient terminus for any rail cases of Deafness have been successfully healed by United States and Canada H., W. LANDOD CLASSICAL COURSE.. -' r'rnnntg'regtilarlyon' the your '$amander,.withthe. .repreient&tl'res'or

road that may be constructed to connect the' him. Certificates to that effect may be. seen on 100 Nassan-street, N.,Y. Latin; Greek;German; French.A ..IS'n between Charleston, Savannah $100,000 be and important document which ooddT.
and thus application.Patients. .aad. St John's river. not doplicated baa fully compensated me. : _
Gulf and the Atlantic, harmonizeour Price, 60 cents. Post Office Stamps enclosed the
of Lectures will be
by few of their course delivered during It will afford me ,
sending a particulars The following Schedule has been which great pleasure to exhibit the
sectional interests. to that will for which adopted
amount
conflicting ease, can have remedies sent to any port. Terms pay one copy, w j the year upon Philosophy and Chemistry.The shows the hours of arrival at the new safe purchased you,and explain its merit,.
Resolved, That the plan proposed by Dr. Five dollars consultation fee; ten dollars when be sent free to any part of the United Stt. I IStationers School will be furnished.with a new set of apparatus vanonsportss,, .:> anddep&rture at my present office,No.251 Pearl street, where I

A. S. Baldwin to deepen the Bar of the St.John' the hearing is restored to its original acvteneu. cash Booksellers remittance, Newspaper will the,workat and will afford ample opportunities for becoming Leave Charleston af12 oiei ct shall remain until the new building No:21$ i*
N.B.-Dr.LE BRUNN'S"Treatise on the Ear enclosing a ri.e acquainted with bcience and the practical every Tuesday K. erected.Yours; respectfully, '
by stopping up Fort George inlet, and it t Diseases, and Treatment of the Dtf/j and a large discount off. april 15 operation of its laws. .. Leave Savannah every Wednesday at 4p.. M. JOSKFH.GILBEXT..
being based on established facts and sup Dtunb,"-translated from the French-Price one The Academic year will be,divided into four Leave Jacksonville every Thursday at 10"'A. at. 'The- undersigned 'invite ;c antii
Paper Hanging Leave Picolata every Thursday at 2 ".r. H.XETinucrxe merchants and,
ported by philosophical principles-and its dollar. Depot quarters eleven weeks each. Students may enter othen interested in the preservation of their boob

adaptation to the proposed end having been Address Dr. LE BRUNN, Union Square, New No. 44 Cortandl.tree oite after the commencement of any quarter, and from fire,[but partlt mrly'thQM having Rich'* .
clearly demonstrated feel it incumbenton York. apl22lmFOUNDBuried Hotel. be charged only from the time of their admission. Leave Palatka every Friday at 7 A. M. safes in use] to call at the depot 146 Water street-1--

to adopt such action in the premisesas th Mercan' Company ( TERMS Leave Picolata every Friday, at 10 ".A. x. New York. to see the interior of Mr. Gilbert's.safe .
us in a hill on the place of the THE under the General Manufacturing organ Law Board and Tuition, including lights,[fuel, and l Leave Jacksonville every Friday,at 3 U P.x.I with the books undisturbed'which he ha
will lead to the accomplishment of the miles from town, an endless ofthe State of New-York) offers at wholesale, washing,per Session of five months, $120 00 I Leave Savannah every Saturday, as 9 A. X.I kindly permitted to remain for the satisfactionand

desired object. Chain, which evidently belongs to a large mill. to suit at i German or French extra 600]I: The Florida : gratification of the public. ,_. "
Resolved That the rapid encroachment of The owner, by proving property and paying all LOWEST quantities PRICES, purchasers or, ACUu, Music (including use of Piano) 15 00: superintendence has of been built under the her special ft>Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults and Vault
expenses, can recover the same, as there is .no approve Fancy Drawing 6 00 Capt. Coxetter.snd speed Doors promptly and faithfully executed. ,
the tides the the of and
on ground occupied by Paper Hangings, every stylo and accommodations for;
pre- passengers are unsurpassed -
doubt it has been stolen and conveyed there. Painting Water Colon 9 00 STEARNS. ft MARVIN
house and the certain price.Borders. : by boat ever placed on the St.John's. .
sent light destructionof Apply to HENRY D. HOLLAND. Oil 1200 any Successors to Rich at Co.
that structure within a short period, by xny3-2t Jacksonville. to match. Including Instructions. in Perspective from Na Freight and passage a* low as by any other line. 146 Water abut and corner Avenue A and St.
Fire Board Prints in great variety Any farther information can be obtained by
applYlDl Mark Place New York .
ture.I
the undermining process now in progress, Transparent Window Shades.Oil to either of the undersigned agents.J. .-. ;
Owners of the
NOTICE. (Payable quarterly, in advance.) exclusive right of Rich'.Patent
the of the
makes it duty proper Departmentof Painted Window Shades. .W.CALDWELL, Charleston.E. for Ute whole of the United
TTTJSTICES COURTS, In and for JaelcJ FOR DAT STUDENTS. .W. States, and the only
the Government to send out competent Wide Window Cur Papers, and BUKER Sa1'&nnah.BELLECHASSE makers ef Salamander safe combining both
eonvllle District will in future be patent '
officers to make a survey of the mouth of on the third Monday of each and month.held Window latest Shade us, their English Studies and Mathematics .- $10 OC) & FINNEGAN., *,.commonly called Rica's safes,or WnDEB/a,
all of
every and Jacksonville.Astonishing .
styles superior Including the Scientific Course 12 OC) Safes
Ot.he Salamander
!I the river. and.L"ascertain L. the_ _practicability, .. of Those interested are desired to take notice.OLIVER manufacture and fh their stock Latin and Greek 15 OC) t ;RR..'REID; &. .. .Feb.5, 18-,with' Rich's.- Improvement.. .
preserving me jigni uous ana, at me same WOOD. is large and entirely new, they invite Merchants, (Payable quarterly,in advance.) March 31-3m
JNO. W. PRICE, Booksellers and dealers in these articles to call
time permanently deepening the Bar. ,
A liberal deduction will be made for pupils in
Resolved That a committee of three be Jacksonville, May llth,Justices 1852. ofthe Peace. and visit examine the city.Country .their styles and prices whenever they the Primary studies. Address Intelligence! Groceries! Groceries !111 J

appointed by the Chairman of this meeting, may3NeW's copy 2t] Merchants can examine this stock from fc.F.BROWN. The Gash System Adopted! JUST RECEIVED per SchT Melrose/dTreet

whose it shall be to address 6 the till o'clock in the References.Hon. New York
: duty a communication o'clock in morning 10 the new GROCERY 'and' PROVISION a fan aad Well selected assortment

i to our delegation in Congress, explaining NEW ARRIVAL evening.NewYork. WILLAED HALL, Rer. S.. R. Wrts.oor, AT STORE, of the Subscriber, in the city of GROCERIES,adapted expressly for
L fully the important object which BUSHELS WHITE CORN. March 1, 1852. April 8 Rev..COREY CHAMBERS. Capt. H. B. Noras- Jacksonville! family use,consisting in part of r New York City
1rtf\rt 10) bbls. Extra Sup. FLOUR. Wilmington.DeL' Dr. MiLLEE.Brandywine Village r cured Hams Shoulders and Bacon, Sides,Mess
received and
J now so deeply interests our community, and 6 hhds. BACON SIDES. !' Oil, Tallow, Grease, and Ohio ,Del.;Rev. T.BRADFORD borer, Del.; Rev. HAVING just Stock of Goods opened selected my with large Pork, Fulton Market Beef.Pickled and Smoked,

t requesting them to use their influence in the 12 kegs LEAF LARD. J.E. Rockwell, Brooklyn if. Y.; Hon.J. reference to the demands of this Market. Beef Tongue Smoked Selmon and Beef Bologna ,
express -
proper quarter to procure a scientific survey 10 bags RIO COFFEE. I llneral.Paint 75 cents I-HART,Dr. A. E. BUPD, Medford, N. J. Teach- 1 take pleasure in informing the citizens of this Saasages, MakereL Codfish Irish Potatoes, So-
I of the mouth of the St. John's, with the 10 bbls. WHISKEY. I'' 300 per Machr.r prce en-THEO. HYATT,'Rev. THOS. CARX, Rev. Z. place and surrounding country that they are now pro Lemon Boston Soda'and.Abernethy Biscuits -

least possible delay. 5 boxes TOBACCO. I gallons gaon., 73 cents, casks of va A. MANSFIELD, WilminotonDeL; L. BARROWS ready for sale,at remarkably low rates for CASH Smoked Herrings,. Goshen Butter,.Leaf,
; Just received per-schr. Joseph Henry and for 2 sizes.se i Andover,Mass. JlO"l 7,'51..1I only! An enumeration of the multitudinous articles Lard Catanps Preserves and Pickles Dried and
On motion of Mr. C. Darvr the follow sale low for rou Green Apples Dried Peaches, a choice selection 3
cash by
: bal boiled Paint Oi. 55 eta per I with which my Store is supplied is deemed
2 gl. and assortment of Stuart's Refined
; ing additional resolution was unanimously May 6 ALSOP & BOURS. l.o do do Fekin Tea Company Warehouses, unnecessary : suffice it to.say, that I have everything The undersigned would also respectfully Candies inform fce."
I in casks of various sizes. i (save dry goods) desired in the way of
Just Received 76 and 77 Fulton *t., New York. his old customers and the public in general that r
; adopted : and for Sale S barrels Tanen' Oil,various knds and Family-supplies. L.T.TITUS.Jacksonvffle. he has en hand La addition to the above -. ".
: Resolved That the authorities BTH. qualities,from'to 60 cents per ga .5. ,THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY has ;Fla., Feb. 19,18f2.tf.E.L.HAEEISOK&CO.- ,
; corporate 1.5 gallons, in casks of various sls, been established many years, and has ATULL (AND BY HIMSELF CAREFULLY1
of Jacksonville be requested to cooperatein : T. TITUS none kinds and qualities, 3 5 always maintained a high reputationfor SELECTED) STOCK OF DRY GOODS,* '

the effort made by the meeting of citizens, THE FOLLOWING SUPPLIES: cents per gallon. Teas of the most delicious character of almost every quality and name, sotted for the'

: by communication with the Treasury Department 5 tons tow grease, for heavy beag andfragrancy, and at prices which have in every ON BAY STREET FRONTING LED- SOUTHERN MARKET. .. .
25 barrels PORK. The Teas BRIdK '
and machinery, in instance given satisfaction. are warranted WITH'S BUILDING.
at Washington, requesting it to authorize ': :-( 2,000 pounds,SHOULDERS. casks can, any eOJt1SO required. pure, and may be returned if they do not JACKSOXVILLK,PLOUIDLIIco His stock consist of a well selected assortment

Professor cache, Superintendent of 6,000 do. BACON. .Price 6 cents per : prove to be as they are represented. The Teas : .- of Staple Dry and Fancy Goods-Ready Made.
the U. S. Coast Survey, or such of his corpsas 3,000 do. PIG HAMS. 150> tons Ohio pund.,in barrels, at sold by this Company are done up in l-Ub.,.12Ib. fTXHE. SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform Clothing Cutlerf Hardware,together with Crockery -

it might be expedient to assign for thatpurpose -AIJSO the lowest market price. ., and 1 lb. packages,.making it convenientfor JL their friends and,acquaintance* that they ,Glassware,Boots and Shoes Hats and Cap.
to visit and make an examination A large assortment of Jellies, Preserves, and MaM warranted not to chill in the country merchants to have a greaT variety have established themselves in, the, mere&DWebusineu Saddlery;ia short every variety Goods usually
of the of the Pickles; Catsups, assorted; French Mustard wether. and considered by those using it with a small outlay of capital. Hotel keepers in this place and are now receiving and kept in a Dry Good Store. *.:1f;
locality proposed improvement. be certain of having on their table a at the stand above named full assort
prepared. Which will be sold low for Cash, at equal sperm oi may always opening a
G. R. FAIRBANKS: Esq., being present the New Store now occupied Boiled Paint Oi equal to Linseed Op,. other uniform character of Tea; which Teas, of which. ment consisting of Dry Goods; Fancy Articles AD kind of C01IJltiy'Produee taken in.exchangefor .
byH.T.TITZIi than for white. there is a large voriety; are done up in three Groceries, Hardware Boots, Shoes',.Hats Cape Goods,at the highest! market price

was called upon, and accordingly addressed May 6-3t Ba,. ., iacksonvihe.Tin I a constantly receiving large supplies of the wrappers. The inside is of lead. the second water Bonnets &e. &c., with every variety of goods AH the Goods will be told upon very reasonable'texmgj

the meeting for a short time, in very appropriate e named articles, and my motto. i Smallprofits proof paper,and the outside Chinese rice pa. usually kept in a Dry Goods Store. Which .,Customers would do.w til to call and'a.'<
Copper and Sheet Iron and quick ,_ .', they .offer for sale as cheap u they can be amine for themselves before
returns"B. purchasing elsewhere/
terms-setting forth the advantageswhich F.PON per.For sale at the New York prices, for cash,.by purchased at any establishment in the Southern he being fully assured that none will go away aa-.

would accrue to the State from the WORKER.The 56 Water st.,.(under the Pearl ,) the Agent, JOHN.A. MAYER,. country; their entire stock having been,selected suited as regards the. goods. and the prices'asked-
undersigned is prepared to performall Jan. I 1852. New York. 151.Broughton. St., Savannah,Ga.. J by one of the firm, with much care and attention for .: MORRIS.KETLV".''.

accomplishment of the desired object and .. kinds of Tin, Copper aDd Sheet IronWork Feb.264f and with a view particularly this market they _.-,.t, .,Corner Ocean It

mentioning that the Government had, in past II such as the manufacture of IihLICulinary Notice. flatter entire themselves satisfaction that to they all*who will be enabled favor to _*.Jacksonville, Nov, ,13,185L J" ,; :. t'11,. 4.. .
a'New give may theni '
Utensils, making and repairingin ALL PERSONS having any demdsaglu New Goods with their both to the and ,. .' ,, ... .. .....1J
years, sought a point upon the Eastern side Gutters and Spouting for Houses Tin Roofing of Roland patronage, -as'" .price. -: ) '; '

of the Peninsula for the location of a naval ,Tin and Zinc Coffins and all kinds of work tumble ea, dead Rbr herb requested t &-At Wholesale and RetaU.UST .- a quality The .of Snbscriben their goods.a'win .be- eonstantt.1'reeeiy.: CoImnbiaCountyTaiCollectonSale.BY .>
to his line business, which will be RECEIVED direct from New York ; '
appertaining them duly authenticated withinthe a sorltJ'ftst
depot, but that the inaccessibility of the rivers present J ,. ing such additions to their Stock as the state of virtue of in me by lawL
executed with promptness and desjatch.t prescribed by law, or they will be barred, and all Large Assortment;of Fashionable Spring the market require, and having made arrangements expose for Mia in ;frontier the:.c.u&:

precluded the undertaking. 'The Government 0$. Orders for articles, or services for the. peru indebted to said es are requested to Dress Goods, of French British;and American mal in New York;orders can be suppliedat House door! Columbia County,on the first Mon-;

country.wffl be promptly attended to. payment t undersigned. Manufacture,comprising in part- .' the shortest possible notice-, -, .. day of June,.1852 the following described,tract
bad, at one time in view cutting T. WRIGHT oil col d Ginghams American:
a French
J. HOGARTH, Hides, Tallow Beeswax and Buck Horns, win or parcel of land situated In"'said county on 'ihoSawannee
channel across the North beach of Anasta- May 6-tf Bay-st., Jacksonville. Sheriff ex. off. administrator.. French English, and American Prints, ,. be received in exchange for goods.'*. river near,Liragstoui Ferry'on said,

Furniture Chintz Fig'd* -.-and. Plain Lawn Friends and customers are respectfully solicited river,containing 400 acre*,owned by Aaio*.Bin-
eta inlet to connect with the harbor of St. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. State of Forid County. Dvral.' and Muslins, : T to call and examine this stock before purchasing nay or heirs for taxes due the State and county

Augustine with reference to ,locating the Sarah A. YaJaa, Do. Jackonets'.. ,..Plaiu1ud*' .Fig'd Swiss Muslins elsewhere. E. L. HARRISON, for- the year 185L State and county tax t9 90'; **
heretofore existing be- :: *A.JKT.'.WJUGHlValAmgatorrDeo.'ja.iaSL
Co-partnership iCambrics :! j. P.SANDERSON. .a
depot at the latter place and THE R. Boulter P. Moody and U. E. W. 'f. and Jeekonets.plaln and checked, ..
; an appropriation FaIsna./ $* 't. September JM51. 0. tf.'' ..: : | SheriLExocioTix-C'tor _.
of million of Clarke,under the style of R. BOdL1IL& CO., Joseph Fig'd Borages, Silk Tissues very rich pat _.. fideel84d..
dollars
one bad been ( o
proposed is this day dissolved by 1n1itn&1'COlleut., by the BILL.FOR.DIVORCE. t.erDI. !' _
.
OFF -
for the object. Mr..Fairbanks also withdrawal of H. E. W. Clarke., appearing to the Court,by amdavi 'that Wide Black Silk, very cheap ManeBnes.R"and 'c} .. SELLING' _, > -' .., -/ -;-' t L 'ifotice.J > iv >i,
The'business will hereafter conducted'by IT to -**"-' Florence Silks;of every'eoloV Winter Stock at RednceaPrices

expressed his confidence that other sections Messrs. Boulter and Moody,under the name and l Bill Joseph, Fa defendt of this C std Crape Shawls,.plain,and embroidered, FOR CASH; ONLY : < ',. SIX MONTHS after,date i wffl.present my

of East Tl rida would second the effort now style of R. BOULTER i CO.--- and outof the State jarctio.od; Paris Kid Gloves Black and col'd Lace J Mite' t '. --a- ,_., -C. _..oIMJs 0..He.iVourt or
: .R.'BOTTLTER. 'Do.SiJk&lldL1sleGJovel'' Probate of Hamilton and ask to.Jbo dim-.
county ,
made by eome public manifestation.-.,. P. MOODY. Unit ttIT is ODEa once week publication for the Jenny Lin*Polka Gaiter *., J. G.:W.; Barton, r."j f JWOULD : charged from administration of the estate of.-*

J. McR. BAKXR Esq. being r' also called .11.. E. CLARKE. main Ime a nwspr. .'liclerendt ";.]fronze-tipped Bootees (peniG..JtMi.;.f '.., respectfully inform the'Citizens of Susannah Low'late of Hamilton county,deoeat *--'
Single Tfesi.Buskins, Slippers;fccwT : : .* the vicinity that-b.ls .. ,
toor .1' upf
to ."
,plead answer "
addressed the PersQns having claims against the Above firm appear 8d o C. styles of Springllonnets I now selling off hUpresent stock'of Fan and Winter -* edt: r' "OUN 1
upon; meeting at some length I t plaint, the second day of The most approved ., w.. W'\VE ,.._
are requested to present them for settlement and o.od.1. :Do.Children's Hats Silk Bonnets, richly Dry Goods a,exceedingly low trices to make e. Ad'miDiatrator '=
with much suing the ,or the said Bill will be taken .. _
earnestness, urging the conside. those threW notified to make settle of .. ..'- ., .j1' .
indebted are- pro:.confesto against him, and such further "> trimmed and of the latest fashion room for a Jreah supply ,Spring'aad-Summer { ..- .J 1I".wmr' C11L1 .

rations'which bind us to unanimity and harmony ment.. f t order given in the premises the Court may .French. Flowers/rich. .Bonnet. RiWxKJf;''.r l'h.Gentlensen ... Goods; his present stock consists ia part( 1'9. :. -.n. .. ,;r :r. on' ;HkAUorney: iclIgator
May J 185" ; 1m 'may 6OLDJBTOOK ; &t ', .. -' .. : English and French Merinnos, Cashmere; De- .h .
,
mc "f gWear- ll.O '
the in '1 seem '!' ? "- 1 T'It'tfl : J &M
subject above all L'T 6M .
opon question 'DOUGLAS : t. Lames,Alpaccas, White fc Col'd"Flannels Cotton a
BootsGsiterssnd.SboeaITh
others, (and, also 'referring to ,the mooted SET.T.TNG >OFF.4 : ,::]: ;.j -. H.. J edge, .0., .. Ready, made Clothing,a splendid Assortment' ,{, Flannels,Furniture C Calicoes Cord. Cambrics.; .1: '.' 1rcotieec 'ut uL& 'i

> : .Super French':Blkc Cloth;!Fancy Cassimerec. .;. WEEKS after daM beteof.1 haH applvHo
of, > fine .
of fTIHE Subscribers invite the.attention STAT FUIDJ some very f m i' "tf'tCountry = '-
State t Jeana/ >
questions .4-t
improvement which the Sattinetts, Kentucky .
GrO.CERIES. 'tr cash terms I. k9 Hon. of Probate .Cokuaiiaii
1 .1:-chasers to their remaining plI of .t> ,iS; merchant supplied on Bonnet Ribbons Blk' Silkr'La the the Judge of
openingjof the St John's would New..York prices. The country public. .Silk Cravats county for Letters.of..Administration oa iha os-i'
put to TeAt PROVJSIONS, CHOUSE ARTICLES&c. I, V. GAKNIE, Clerk of the Circuit equal to ees&c.. .. f = .-
which are selling. off at greal li Cireait ef Florida for Dnval L ,solicited to'call and examine Goods.and prices, > Ute of William :deceased, _
the coneins:6n: of Mr. B's they Eater -Shawls and Scarfs White:-Connterpaines do., .. r'
r mairks the te ._ -
'jr EGOLMAN.4'iAlligator
.
,
Cash
Store. :
*." .. bargains. BOIJLTEIV & CO., county, y that the above Order it ftJ-At the Brick >-t Vr '.'; Embroidered Curtain Muslins,Wonted Hosiery .
Chair named the .following gentlemen to Ma1S-1m' :; ... T 'Bsy-rt.;,'Jacksonville." a true and correct copy of.the original now on file ? ". :& ', tfr'. ,:,L.B.AMERMANI. .. Silk. Mantillaa.: .. ..' ., h ,Mar .3L. :"Apks-a. J

compose, the' committee of. three in pursue O.Di OAK, ,, in In my WITNESS office.- WHEKEOF,*I bar hereunto set mj, .- -Thet: steamer THORN will ,.1 Boot..: ,: .&,-Shoe- ",:*India'ALSO Rubber, .Shoes, '-, Merino 'Tax" :Collector's.'S l ; :- .<.tBy

ance of the resolution : Dr. A. S. Baldwin .. e hand and affixed the Seal of said Court,this 19t I -'TrirrJackponrille.'on' 'ererj shirt t drawers Cotton do do, Umbrellas-Car virtue pf the power vested In me by Law,

CoL I. D. Hart and Dr. Charles Watchmaker'and Jeweller ,.1 day of April. A.D.,1852.. ; :j :app' 'at. '8 a.'m''f01. pet Bags Blk silk & Fur Hats/together with a shall expose for sale before th J Court House '
Byrne.On morning Enterprise
Saturday
in the town of-Jacksonville of Do-
door
"FLA. county
JACKSONVILLE, ,.' large assortment of Fancy goods. >
motion the meeting then .- : ; .. ': touching at Pioolata. at i past 12 p. m.j and leave Jacksonville Feb. 5 1&52 8m. valon the first Monday ia June, ZL between -
adjourned. ; .
AW ol 'respectfully inform the pnblie that $20BEWAHD Pflatka Monday at 8 a. m., arrive.t Enterprise ,. .- .< f no legal .noun 01 sue,ins iouowingI dIIIer1MCI..
C. M. COOPER, Chairman. G1i' be has taken the shop, on Bay street formerly from me'on the .it.'i tarit-mybo,P at or before Tuesday, 10 p.m.; .JLeave same cia, - ,Notice. property, or so much thereof a*will pay the StaU.

COLUMBUS DKBW, Sec1/ occupied by William Grothe where he II RanaWilY, SO years old. stout thick and I at 1 p. m.for Pflatka, arriving there Wednesday months after date INvffl, present 'ml_'so- and County Taxes. due thereon for the year 1851, I

.. prepared to execute all work entrusted to his can, dark complected,.about,feet and 2 or inehei I momingyigain touching at Plcolata 'atZp.m., SK u Administrator of the Estate of Wm. to wit '. n -. >
with despatch sad la workmanlike manner. when hasiwiie &mt&rnVe at Jacksonville same clay vvav, passengers Five hundred twenty-eight *, of Land
I quick spoken acre ,
high speaks very Probate
; of
Ho ,
the
to Judge
Johnson deceased
the riven" ,
tlCottOn landed at an/point on : :, \ situate ia the wanraof
OflITtY.DIATuOr apl near jacKavuTiiie oai> luppwaca va uv *ur.- P Columbia and ask'for,final settlement ; lying and being "Big,.
board. _.. ,for county;
For or freight apply on **
Creek is numbered i* SectionFiftyone
lug in that.vicinity.Also,on the 10th FRANK ? allowance of the and of my'disAdministrator. Pottsbnrg and
P.-5nedaysthatthe .isunemployed aad same
and WooUenHachinery and I Joseph F'uaeganFraDk: is THORN I tao Plat Township Three Soath.
Ma.JOES Faicz< bar,county ha formerly belonging will appropiated for charge from the&dm1nIstnUOD or aid Eatat.OREEN span .
: about 6 feet 8 or 10 Inches high about SO yean Jacksonville i .' -. JOHNSON- range Twenty-eevea Ea in" the office of\be.:
sustained the loss of another valued citizen lathe Steam Saw.1II11Jancl.Rnl: ). old.yellow complected; doe not peak very goodEnglish. towing vessels to sea or In1 the H river' .or;:.for ,Surveyor General of Florida. Said Land being

. death.f Mr.Jox Pucz.'Wble1a"4.a&his fTHEJL ESSEX COMPANY,LAWUNCZ;MASaAcausnTa .,, -. r'- _- towing rafts should- .. any. oll'er." : .. .. :I. ...' 6m.. cI owned by the. heir Francis Goodwin or owner, '.
anD about eight miles from'this town San- ,will promptly execute all or- f The.above reward will be paid for the delivery >' : ,Feb1918524m I A11fP&or.lu8'lm r. 'unknown. URIAH BOWDEN,. '
,oa
2d. iastl' den for Cotton and Woollen Machinery an of them in'any jail or$10 for. either of.them.so I -. c "TaxAMYItColTD.Co.Jaeksoavffle .'

, day the He was native of Scrivea kinds and will contract for whole. Mills from the thtt han.. get.them.., ->, ": He Notice. F1a.1Nv4 6.1S51.( jlS4c'
county,Ga.,whence be removed with hit family water wheel or steam engine to the finishing ma ,1:A. SUMMERLIN.- Bread,.Oaiefic Bakery.; : SIXMONTHS&fterdatelsh&1I present my ac

-.. to Florida many yean since. Ue died at the age chine.. ,Machinists'Steam Saw Tool Mills of for gangs or singlesaws. ap22-tf. nulls l is inform the Public that we have made the Estate of John G.Ziriax, deceased late& of of \'hx.Colteetor'Sale" iB' 3II
'
cf 68 year Locomotive and Freight Cars.every. Machinery description.of all .JL fan preparations to- opplythe *BREAD>**'" and Monroe county to the Hon.Judge Probate of VIRTUE of the:power' Tasted in art&by U

'-' kind on hand,"either finished or' ia so NEW HACKFrom ,LINE other purchase's with'very'excellent Monroe county,and shall at same time apply to .Law I shall expose for sale before the Court

DUD,la St.'Augustine on the 21st of. that orders eaa be filled ia short notice.progress. '. &UIgatOi'tOOci1a,:':'Florida.Tb .: PIES-aCAKES.wh1cb at the house customers we are.now'a;JU delivering said Court for a discharge from said Adnumstrai. Putnam House door In' the town.of Palatka county"iSSS
April. low. .regularly *; tion of aid estate. _... ,... .' 1'v ,on the first Monday September i
Mrs. CAU.OTA K. PXKFAU,aged 25 yean wife Persons OJ-Tel'll1l contracting are very for Mills will-be furnished' '; b.onithi 'method ':W.. 1 take this opportunity, of.expressing I Allpenonintereste4 are desired,to take'J1'' between the legal hours of sale, the following, described
of Venande thank for the liberal evidence of encouragementwhich tiee. NICHOLAS SM1TaAd. .. .. property' or to much thereof a* will pay .
Saaches the
Esq. I with drawing- ., for., arranging" the* .MO. !*"*withoutcharee. u successful informing, public this that be ha we have already received and while respect- eyMTeitNoytl1s51.; : :: ..fen.or .:' the State and county Taxe* Her I nuw IB operation, upon route comfortable .
death .
wee a* would be expected by those .. cafe two-hone HACKS which folly asking continuance of the same feel warranted year 1851,to wit 16,000.acres more or lee ofLandsitnatelyingandbei
t and
who knew wen bar virtue*-.the death of a tree ;Ii GORDON. MeKAY. ,,-Agent.apl *, in connection 'with,.the Eastern, and, Western ran In claiming:for the:Bread which we der'qualities ,. *j :Notice. .f iaSeetioatt,. of
29-1 y ._: in an the essentials which go S. EiSeetionS7,.f%
of
unsurpassed Ranged
Christian a most edifying MONTHS afterdate the unerIgDe4's4strator Township
and deati Stage from Alligator Newnansville. and to
. happy -con- : to make the staff of life palatable-pure,and whoTesome. SIX the Estate of Jones Township 1S..,and Range 36 E..*nd Section >
of Thoma ,
lOW aad Agency for Scott & Co'iREVIEWS. Ocala by M icanopy twice a week t leaving Alligator
atieagtheaed,by the aaeramenU which ; We shall continue to use the best JBonr Alaehoa county &ate of Florida 83! TewBsbifrlD &.and Kaagt-W,i E. aad J

make the Christian live and die happy., Perfectly i" val or the n Monday Eastern and Stages TJulJ'lclJyapon.&tiit,and run through and-to which'in the hands of aa experienced Bake auu.- c1eceUe4.late,will exhibit tile account and voucher*;before Section,88,of Township It,S ,and Range ..;. ,

resigned te. the iojy will of Cod,..saw Deat.happoMe"I"Ce mIlE undersigned ha beeadnjy.authorised by Ocala so as to connect the Stages from Palatka to fie*',n.*. In.promising.- oar. customers- -.good Bread, the Honorable Judge Probate for said county, said Land being returned G.R.Fairbanks a*the property of Eo.bertMoHardyTby ."

aad remained serene aad eabL-'Her, JL LrosAK bcoTT,Esq., to receive orden and Tampa'Bay, Tuesday and Friday night :?, r&&.'ick i.e. IM-dla u.1.rh'e .rith andl>ray fora final_settlement and. discharge from !R. ,.Agent.BQYD.. .

disconsolate onsband,her brother and sister bitterlyweepiof -' receipt for subscriptions to- the.British.Reviews". ", lie would,farther;assure passenger*who may In. the limits ofthe town supplied at aa.earLy hur ,the said- estate,;) ."Wni." H.t ,WARD. ;,4 Admr.,' >-- *** .Tar AnV' ft CoUV Putnam eouatr? t'
take his Un at' if
,. .consulting Alligator or Ocala that they : Aok. '
loaf. Feb.19 I85tda.J-
. .I areund her-relatives,iriends, 'aa4 The'London1'QuarterlyTktJtcartk : }nii desire to proceed 'On 'to'Black Creek,they shall. every dJ"L.ole Prieoeta., MYER8aCOO I.- per ig. t. J ;' f *' .n".u .. -.. ., Palatka.' ,., _. : !:. '
.-. servant*,an bathed la te&ri-will long time remember be accommodated with comfortable- I T '.' .....'- J dot.80.1851. .I _, J- au -
m, .; the fervent the I .Th&EZinburReview,, .; at reaaonsblentesoff&re,salt the line 00Jit.1a1l81thJ'01ll1l ,,11 oTZf.U' "J :j L"l' !! O J & .I8 ti -,.
i pr7eZI vivid expressions I :British:'&li.' ;. to that point.yUT/ l >'d J{ Co 'N. INEWSUPPLIES: ir 1
f".ai.7tb4 _
. 'i:; of faith,of hope of Ion and'ef gratitude1.to ; TMf attention .to the h. -iVYI&TUE. tbodty-l '
IiftStlf, 'Review, : .... Every w1tbnIpower' as QOOO.jt'j,1OItI.U.H.,.. -+ .f", ,; 11 c'I"i''f' .d I, edU wiU expose for aaht,!in front of1b. :::
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;:: which A* gave fan utterance daring 'tI. last _jtnt- ,'L'; .. ... comfort.of.,paas"igers ;a the safetyofgare :bag '. lQq" .J1ECEIVED.. atC, Court Hen** door of..county OB Ue Ira"
-For sale.Uf 014 .J
.: :< : edifying *:of her W Slactvooft" '. ,wiQ be rendered, and ie most respectfully lllmco"ntorer.. Jun. 18E the c1t'JIINII 'f .
life. believe those EdznbttrgJIagazzM.3 .. J. Y' schUer-Blaming Y Monday of ,; foBowing
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:{:i her will T io1ieita e share ofUl publie pat-onage. v. 1,1 i sutrJ'U.uJffi : -B ;: tracts .flaadsttaatedta said eovBtytOae : ..,
JSSit forget how,.. how l ,TUX:' ,M m' .4 ._' S' J.TCHE1"r'J ,aPt the subscribers have Jns parcels
.. -::'.:r' beseechingly.e.tho to lead a t."DnA-: For any one of.the four Reviews,';$3 00'per'ana. : '.i. .Ba1ti ". ; tract containing 2MaeTes,.aoar. tte rea*3idencerof .'.
:',:. Jan lift,'aad particularly to participate nf the SaeramenU -. For any two, .d*<;. ,SCOf .. ". eAP.i1 1' '5;; .15r3w.r I -" "'''-_'l.of'.h&. or.!: ,., ter_" ;_:..' T".. ,., _....1.".<..1. MrJoba HigrinhoUianL,on a swamp. .
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and for whiehebs talk to ,. i iB 00'1. b '' A"r-'V 7. AJrtES :U t na1uig :
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. :; bout before Jaw dMtb-grset.44 .Jaer the! For Blaekwood and three Reviewp.SOO4!.* 1 .fl' 4m RQr14zELLoa4TLAW- -. J .. i", 'I"o ""t.fItfl' -.I__.. '<..'. ,-. i t .. ; n4&raso1d fasdaskom-T1ZU' ._
".:i:.f" ineg 1dri1en or noe1ri&t, Ia &rht'dos4 For Blaekwood aad
,:. vt.her'D riae &rioar, U.tobai rATimrr, n**IUDV"'nr Ait CASE J.AUTAJICE.Frar Jao'1 JCo .JjrionerW'1O4iiorjthsjot1ni1og J. $ o't 8cve : o P.'Beer.ToD- < .''. 1 t
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: Tlf" FL9tID4 RF4BLIPAN .J r. i !i!! J\Z- Listpf. moftett Oorda.1l .V ,the'*r.etterPotttag United States and to and,,Crom i' to all those who may U similarly 1IIieted..
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.I t. 4 .lS1'nt.tIBDZYK1tT1'JUrUD4Y.A.T. (LATE_or ariKCT t.oipsDEir. l'n't} fJ' u ; iouoPI EaS. June. : V '! EPotaastt, EIq.' : 1 .
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! r.11\ $JaclccanrUl" Dural 'County* E.F.,?;. : Attorney Law,* /- Governor.'THOM, STA AS'BROWNESecretarV -':::_ J 1831. :: v f .? .(
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For tingle ffln manuscript, paper JI ."* .lJtL1 fitt.r.Ki1IU1el27'l851. S
COLUMBU8D1E3V. every [ t ; ,
.1 ; jt I -. Win hereafter:attend the Clroult Courtiln all the State, CHARLES'W.DdWNING. or any kind upon which-Information shall beasked uear.oir t J am'entirely nl1eftl.of
my
; !- ; ii counties In'the Eastern and Southern CirculU/.the Attorney General DAVID P. HOGUE.- or communicated in writing, or by marks DlalDt..tharW to lou for your "INDIAN Lox f.

.t 1 : :'!:1 TE-7ireDoflxIir annum* *, payable- ndth1f District C JOItNBEARD.* .. or signs sent by mail, the rates 'mentioned In tb.table OUST" it Is the best I Ear eTer 11IecI

I t Bpon ordering the Paper. . ., ._. .. .. Supreme Court< ; .States.\ ,Trealswer,WILLIAM R'HAYWARD. shall be charged ; and for every,additional { j m UI diseaseandIfee1, baJ'P7.oommlDdbl.Jtto.tl1...
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. e .Snlscriptlotairn9tpaii Before the xplraU not Court;forth. NotheriiDistt4; of,Florida.; Stato Lands,DAVID S. WALKER.QeS ; half ouoo'or'rraetion ofan,ounce. above the p'ubli& ours trul NIt
; 1'-\ L' JO. Supreme Court ROBT, fV ARl. .
, .. tie are charged J': I -Mittimt ft tinoitd. .single 1 'Ir r. :TE.' ast.EoRufr COULTElt
year .
rate k. be t.
; 1' ; flIDICIAItY.V charged. J A ."'il' .
following *:- -
U ; TO CHE PUBLI .
.' > : Advertisements will b Inserted V Court .. ?. BATCH ISLATO, St.John '
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1:1 Judges. ,
t : I; .: rate One Dollar per s war* (twelve toes for V ,Office.(uvtU, "filter' ,rjjii., Jaeksonvnie, '1 f. Supreme, : ,.Rm4ttJte.;: I V l Haying for_Mveral ;'yeari,:devoted roach '. t V .V Augnst7,85.5 Beach.

\ -; t1e'trsCand Seventy-Fiv"Cents for every subsequent East Florida.: ; :; V iJnarJ2-lt t> ; 1 w. ;."' H o.Walker AIItten.a .Justice I Pensacola I tlp. ) 'fttl i time to the'examination and collection of tbe ',Dear Siri',Thla will.fafornt yoa' that M W/ -

: ,:;, :Insertion. .T* yearly Advertisers'a liberal V Hea. A. G. Sennet. tel I .I Apataoh'a ,, V V ." ,.,, .t 1' .v. 8 .v varibns medicmal plants, roots and herbs peTs. my children were dangerously with the nLottery .

r-': : discount will be made All trawiett Advertisements 'lAmESm, ., 'BAKER- ,, V H n-L.A.Thnp>. tt, f f* ': [ Tal'bas'ev V ; V I ',j f siT 11 cnliar to peninsylar Florida J ,the proprietor of almost or Diarrlwea, for about six weeb. ''J tried* "

;. tt bypersoni naving anmninsaeconnt ATTORNET AT "W; : ; t Cir 1rit Judges; *. ''- V .. 'V &t this medicine has acquired knowledge in this diseasebut'alltonoeffectTcommended era11r billed for
(except
; tferttTB' I Hon. Geo. Hawkins: t AMend
Apalach. .1 I or
i t : ':r: with the office) must be pal J for preview tepirbtt'cation. A1ir,"'COI 1n&. CoEl. .. .Eu4VThr1., .; Middle IJ. Wayles BakerV Tal-has'e' ;. ,.., '".i,', jrahch which is rarely 1 obtained by .those me to try Your Meeijcj, caDe4 iN''
is botanical i and IAN LOXECU .
Eastern' I Thomas Douglasf V JacksVUe ., 'V t t whose object alone discovery 'J PI'O f&-ancl'
I *' 8HITH Souther .. Jos.B. Lancaster: K.West 0' VVO c lassification.V .* \ ,, haPPY to .r.t.hat Ii BotU or It u.
i i ?. -Persons; at a dlstano can govern tbetr remittanc 'W.JIT' V V A .1. fc: Et.0 of thildren-IIO eareaI all
;:
I 1. ames M. I..a drum Sol'r W. Cfr., Ucheanna. Untilithe.present year.be; ..huaJ' no mr your Tamable MecUeiai
..: :'\ i for dTerllsing! ,111 the followfcg rates ATTOKKIT AT LAW,,V Samuel B. Stepheas, Sol'r M.Cir, Qnincy WJWf .tJ1)., ", CtS. CtS. CtS. CU.. bought of compounding botanicalremedy! be mar beoome Jnen.1Jr 001l'D,1O thaj &b&ilia
l' :One' twelve lines) published*'x month Co. East Florida. John P.' niSol't E. Cir.," Jscks'ville Weighing 1 01. or undor,being amIcted with W. disease may. bare
fl ; :,." square. (. ., slo 00 Alligator, Columbia Ossian B.'Hart, Sol r S. cit., K. West V single rates.:.";'. .. ., 3 ,6 ,10 .15'' himself,:his labors baring1 been directed' ,"to anel safe remedy; Yours trnj'r '- -. eert

:. tor I. '- Over| M. and net over 1 01.:, ,,6' .12- .20: 80 tbe-'filUngof-oidera from abroad. J ,, JA blES'LATmc
. ': ::It-lol: Two squares for six months WOO. OSSIAN.B HART, 'CouNTY-OFFICERS: Over 1 os. and not over 11 os. 9 18 80 45 :The manner in which he has been'led to To E.:Poinsett, Esq.

. ;, :i.?; :Legal and other Business Card,per an. 1000 ATTORNEY .AT 'LAW, [First name'Judge'Probate; second name Clerk Over Over 2 1}os.os.and and not not over vcr 21 2 os.os. 15 12 t'U SO. _40 60 75 ro' place'.bmself! ,In his present; position is :as o. Jc so.;JBiy oi,185L.

" I ; .,. ,Notices to debtors and creditors, 7 00 KEY WEST, FLA., of Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name :.W u Ul'fP.am. V follows:-A personal friend afflicted :with &' I lIan tried rou Med

: r. .' .Application for letten administration 500, Practices in; the United States and State Courtsof (whenever It occurs, u in Gadsden. Jw.) Tax ingle rate,as above ., ,5 .10'' 10 ,,15 Dysentery, hating failed of obtaining-.relief Disrrhcea and bd It&&e8r. .1I4 .
for
.:.. Notice of Application for dismissal a* Administrator the Southern District of Florida. Assessor and Collector.] Over 1 01. and not over 1 01. 10 ;20; 20 80 from the regular faculty'one; day.,addressed known cure t.hia Wl'roua disease that J harp
i : : Western Circuit.., Over I os. and not 1 15 SO 80 eTer or beard o. 1'4r little
-woo over | os. 4511 daughter
him thus "It is said that
'r' JulrlOtr.JOBNO.BATEIiY.. V V ;soil and about two aced
I : bad
; .y 'Otll&l Officer ,PotlCffiet.Pensacol Over 1} os.snd not over 2 oi. 20 40 40 60 every years ad'erecl lOOK &IId."u
t 'i' announcement of candidates for office, 5 00 O clime produces an antidote for diseases dueed to almost a skeleton -
t. : : For : Escambia Charles N. Jordan 'rer2os.andnotover2kol. 25 50 50 75 peculiar ,and T tried r
:. 4, :?' No announcement will be made unless the same 41. F. E. DeLarua 4<. ; to the locality; V if so, you, with your a BoUle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST"
Non.-From and after the 80th June 1851; the it baa &at
aced like
: LAW. ct' a charm the;
ATTORNEY AT II of the field'and child b
"' be accompanied with the amount charged. F. DeLarua mode of computing the rates upon Inland letters knowledge wood, mast < ana mal be seen now 1mproTin

: : I Editorial notices for private benefit will be OFFICE. NEWNANSVILLE Santa Rosa John Chain Milton'I .. .i.letters from one office within l f the United know, of.something to relieve me." br those who 40 DOC hUe"e.

.. ,. E. S.Amos States Territories to another and also The ..Re.pecthUl''To
double Iterate of advertising.Religions EAST FLORIDA. or upon reply was, that be was acquainted
.:'i .: harged 'I Isaiah Cobb, Jr.* ct letters between the United States and the British E. PolDIe'U : COLVIN.
4 with the of
notices will L properties some plants and roots. EIq.
. and Marriage ,
,Obituary, : tf.
Daniel Mcteod orth American provinces to be as follows ta
; .lp l. WaltonHolmes '
,. '.,',. published gratis.Communications. 'I V Angus D. McKl noD LTcheannsw it< Single rate;if not exceeding half an ounce which! be believed.would. V bare tb, desired. NiCBOLtt, Fla.,Jojy.3jf lag].
: "
: '. must be post paid. B. M. PEARSON, 'I Wm. W. McCollum double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, but .not effect;and animated with friendship;he' eel Dear Sir This Is k certify thai two'Bottleaof

ti; LAW. .Abner Baker Cerro Gordo exceeding an ounce; treble rate;if exceeding an about the preparation of a medicine immedi rour Medicine caUed .INDIAN LOXECUST"

I,:, t .,: J. F. Sandorson, .TTORNEY..T removed and I' Martin W. Brett ounce, but not. exceeding an ounce and a. half; ately.. The material was gathered by his baa ere Permanently Diarybma. .eared two otour Negroes,eta.
, Jaeknvlle 1
'. lAS For II and so on charging an additional rate.for every vy tat. p1euare
r:r:. .f. ATTORNEY AN1J COUNSELLOR AT LAW wi practice in.the Eastern and Circuits -Robt. R..Golden Orange Hill additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce. own hands, and then carefully compounded.;V our valuable Medicine_.. Mine inrecollUDendi1lr WiUlod ''clo
. office from Columbia Washington The mode of 'rates letters to It was cornpletely successful-the'care was on&of the bed and safest
'h ',. removed his the Supreme Court of the State, and i Norman A.Campbell U computing upon remedi88 U dlaeue
''j1 i' HAVING to Jacksonville, Duval County, the U. S. District Court for the Northern District 4. John A.Tabor* h Great Britain and to all other foreign countries effected. The fame of.this cure spreading thai I ban heard of or seen. 'Yours truly

his friends that he will continue the British North American,,provinces excepted, circle of friends induced Mc1NTyfuJicZsozcTILr.z
informs Marianna among frequent _
respectfully Feb. Jackson Fred'k R. Pittman To E. 1
t :'. i '", of Florida. 19,12.t. will remain as at present,under the act of 3d ?Ol.lLMltt 1.
l i the practice of his profession as formerly. to S.C. BelJamy 4' March,1849, and agreeably to instructions application for the medicine, until, to avoid

t t" t! 11. will attend at'each and o\"ory'1'or111 ofthe HOPKINS & BRAHAM, 1Cf James Griffin $1 4' ded to the table of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. .-. appent trouble of making a preparation each' Dear Sir. I have ,Juno 9th, 1851.

::: 'r...' Circuit Court in the sercral Counties o ltor 7'. 'at Law,. Calvin Stephens time,'a quantity wasmade up and kept on m my famil1, and haTe used.your found it Indian Loxeeust
Blountstownit a
JalhounYanklin R. B. Evans valuable
:. .. '.. the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of OFFICE at PALATKA, E. Pie., 'I Benj. F. Parker 1st. Every letter or parcel, not exceeding half hand to give: away, without a thought of remedr for Liarrhcea. '1 take great very pleasun iA

j'' .., Hamilton' in the Middle Circuit the Supreme WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business Thos. J. Land '$4 an ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single letter accepting a remuneration. More than one recommending It to the pnblie.

r I 7i.'t J Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. entrusted to their care will be promptly attendedto. Arch'd T.Bennett Apalachicola o rate.2d. All drop-letters.or' letters placed: in. any hundred cures were effected. At length, by Egber.Respectully Poinsett, EJq., J.E.TOWNSEND
the advice of friends and tired of
'I the inroadsmade
it'1 Augustine. All business entrusted to his care February 19, lS52.-tf: Saml W. Spencer post office, not for transmission, but for delivery JACISOIIVILLX E.Fla.
0 II ,
will receive prompt attention. Q3-Savannah Republican please publish tf., and -- only, shall be charged with postage at the rate of, upon his time and purse,he determinedto Dear Sin This May 17,1851.

\ ;. J. P. SANDERSON, JacJaonviOe, send their bill t this office. V Middle Circuit. o necenteach. V manufacture the medicine for sale, con* negro girl may certify to yon that 1 had a
Address- suffering under
1 .:. Edward C. Love 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensaion scions that what had proved a blessing to'a arrhoea a severe attack of Di
adsden Quincy and that the
I...1 Honda.Jacksonville. > use of one bottle
Count
Duval t for the last of
fiscal
. '. 4t. Robt D Lester preceding year(ending the could lose your
Joseph S. Baker BI. D. few, not its virtues. from being preparation called Indian Loxecust"
.. tf 30th June did
.Jan. 17. uu ) not exceed$200,may send throughthe effectual1r
. : Samuel B. Love cured her
and I
'.., PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE, MID O. McLean mail all letters written by himself'and receive offered to the many, or from having its mer- would take this method of recommending

'i HcQueen mcIntosh WIFERY AND SURGERY. Hugh through the mail all written communications antile price, instead of being gratuitous.This Yours it as a very valuable Medicine '
,
? W. truly, JOHN
r ; LiconWakulla David Gwynn .Tallahassee addressed to himself,on his private burinui :which is BRANTLEY.
then the of-
,i... ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office on th corner of Market and Forgt\ I' Oscar A. MyersV ii shall not exceed in weight one half onnie;free ofpostage. ,POINSETT'S, INDIAN origin LOXECUST. Mr. Egbert l'oinsett.JACDONVILLE'.

.' :', .: WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern opposite Court House. u Haley Blocker u This does not authorize them to frank July 26, 1831.t .
:
U
.:' Str.et th 4' John II. Rhodes He does not eftter the fielJ as a competitor '
letters unless written Dear Sir
themselves
by and
Circuit the United States District Court at St. any on : ?metimo since I was attacked with
..: ; JACKSONVILLE FLA. J. Council for favor in the ranks of <
Court aCTallahassee Wm. NewportMtmticello their private business only; nor does it authorize public Quackery. severe Dirrna-ssoyere that I could
' Augustine; the Supreme ; Cct. 16, tf. Wm. W. Mound them to receive free of to not attend
; : ., postage any thing but He has no dreams of building up applendid mr business. I was recommended
.. and Claims for citfrens in any part ciA U Abijah Hall written communications addressed to themselves 'INDIAN try
;. : prosecute .. fortune from pills and potions. Yet he doe lOur LOXECUST." I procured one
1 : I', Alfonso R. Combs and their business. Bottle
Florida against the Government Washington, BOSTON GUNBY on private of it.; At th same time two members ot
not profess to be so disinterested a philanthropist -
". ... either before Congress or at the Departments. COTTON FACTORS Jefferson. Thomas J. Chace my family were afflicted with the same disease:
.
r J' Florida. V one ;
. .. err ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East AND. UU tlu office of publication to actual and bona V and I
: h Daniel T. Lenizo 'fide l good alone. He wishes and hopes to realize am now happy to inform yon that it cured

.L : May 2. Iso tf GENERAL. COMMISSION lIER JATS. John Woolen tubttnbert: V a fair return for his labor' and the expense us aQ entirely. We are now"all well and hearty

\ Si Corner Bay and Jefferson Streets Madison Alex'r McDonald Court-house. From after the,30th of June, 1851, for each to which he has been subjected. He from the use. of only one Bottle of your Valuable
\, James W. Bryant not three Medicine Yours .
r. : : : i< Saml. It. Sessions newspaper exceeding ounces in weight, offers universal for "the ills that truly
no remedy
SAVANNAH, GA. John H. Patterson II the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly TIMOTHY HARRIS.
:, ; ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOU-AT-LAXT, ,< Robert McKinney U in advance. These rates only apply where flesh is heir to," but simply claims to have; T0E.PoinsettEsq.
JOHN BOSTON. JOHN U.
( r .;' Will attend to Professional business in the Courts I GUXBT. Hamilton J. Stewart, Jasper the paper is sent from the office of publication to discovered a remedy in the vegetable king. Mandarin, Fla.,Oct. 1,1851.

; ':'.: '; eCthe Eafttm Circuit of Florida, and in the Fed. October 30, 1331. tf. .4 Henry William Day actual and bona fide subscribers. dom for a certain kind of'disease; firmly: Dear Sir-Some time since I was on a visit near

;I : eral. Court for the Northern District of Florida. E. M. MOORE CO. (C '.Vin.J.J.Duncan believing that when be says it will care, he your Your place, and was suddenly taken very sick.
.;., & II Jeremiah B. Smith U Indian Loxeeust wa recommended. Th*
-II
ALSO AGENT but speaks what the Iiame of that medicine
:'p ; "; GENERAL :a friend that I was visiting happened to have boU
Oo : a
I.. :: for general Business in the State, respecting Eastern Circuit. 1 b purports in the Seminole dialect-THE TRUTH V tie of it in the house, and I usedit, and

II 2 grants and donations of lands,and the location COHKHSSION mRCHS A Columbia Geo. S. Herbert Alligator .;, o-t..d, sure in informing you that it cured tatefle.
.;;:! ; tt S. Scarborough "4I' I'Oo 4 1'1 '' averse to having my name in printout stiff,for
1,4' or selling thereof. .FACTORS, A. .1. T. CI a 0 the benefit of those that be afflicted
Wright "llISE1TS IflDIAI IUdllS1 ll : may you can
:. ALSO AGENT ( new Warehou) K Lawrence K. Mickler Q E 18 r1J s"Cta.Cta.CtsCts.Cts.Cts. publish this if yon think it necessary.

,y.,1 :. for the collection of Claims upon' the United I 219 Ba-Stree Savannah, Ga. Alachua V A. M- Caston Newnansville V THE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE Yours with respect' .- .
II* Sam'l Russell U Not over 00 inn s 25 15 10 5. 2i 14 V SUSANNAH HARTLEY.. .
: Utes for Military or other services pensions, E. M. MOOR N.-M.HAHEIS.' V
.. .'. npplies furnished volunteers, and for horses ort Oct. 23 i$5i. : 300 miles 60 30 20 10 5 2J Hm Ok
1
; V tf.. V DuvalHassan Felix Livingston Jacksonville I Gravelly 20, 1851.
'", t ether property lost, for which the United States I I V '4 V Isidore V. Garnie K Over 300, not over 1000 OHRONIODIARRHAi Dear fair: Your Indian Loxecust is agoodmedS"1 -'
; 'miles..i 75 45 30, 15 7J 3J Some time since I
liable. &, CO., II Geo. H. Smith II AND purchased a bottle from
t. LOU Over
: 1000,not over2000 AM. Reed,Esq., and It
4' Uriah Bowden Mandarin L V your agent, gave to one
... .01 ..' ..Address Jacksonville. East Florida. Factor an Merchant., miles 100604030105 DYSENTERYWhich of my negroes that had suffered very much from
--
E V
.. :II., V SA V ANl'U.I GEORGIA, V 'u. V. C. C. Bessent Woodstock Mills Over 2000,not.over 4000 ; a severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon

OSCAR HART No.118, V Bay. .Street. u V V A.J. Braddock V miles .123 ,>75 50 25 121 61 has ever been presented to the public.It afterwards I had another negro attacked with the

r'.r. -S.. : Over 4000 miles, ;F'150 90 60 30 15 7JDIRECTIONS. stands npon.its 'own me'rits, and needs no I same disease. I purchased another bottle, and it

,. ;.**: :;.. A.7TOR1'EY.AT LA Wt Strict attention will be given to the sale of Cot St.John's. Gad HumphreysPeter. St.AngusUne. V V V puffing, ,J6@"lTf BASOT'7AILR TO CURE V I cured him also.
.U. .B. Dumas I do not
Second floor at the Court-house .P hesitate a moment in
Office the and liberal recommending
ton other advances made '
upon or produce,
L :; For syth street. II Raphael B.Canova 1C. 1st. Weekly papers only, when sent as above I I NA SINGLE. CEa your Indian Loxecust to the public,' as being the

V ,; ',' when desid. V Putnam H.R. Blanchard FalatkaEnterprise stated,are to be delivered free in the county wherllthey I Valuable Is I most certain remedy for Dysentery.that I ,havr
WILL In the several counties of the preparation compounded
d ;.. practice. .10IWC. LOUD.. P. H.LOUD. Stanislaus Glinskl are published ; and this although conveyed THIS overused; or heard of. see
r I Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the JanZ2 1 .4 V V Robert T. Boyd u, in the mail over 50 miles.., .. 'VV. several medicinal roots growing in the publish this. ." lyon proper.youean*
2 Jy., 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 Wilds of.Florida, .It is PURELY and WHOLLY 'Yo.w1t-c'
of claims the United States for square .
collection against
r. : ,t V Orange William Campbell nches, are to be charged one quarter the above Vegetable, and"deslgned'ESPECULLY for the cure DrE Poinset4iackniflle.Jacksonville
t" Military services, aed for Horses lost, .or'other DOLLNERV&POTTER. ,4' ; Henry A. Crane "Mellonvilleii rates. ,. ; of the above disease.. The Inventor and Proprietor .

,' .;;! property lost or destroyed by troops m said' service; i if.r General Commission' Elijah Watson 3d. Publisher's'of'neIspers'are allowed to exchange is fully convinced that it lean invaluable Fla., Sep't; ,25,1851..

l..I Also claims for pensions of ci disabled soldiers; Merchat Marion John M. Mclntosh OcalaFlemmington free of postage,one copy of each number Medicine. In fact the test'that he has given'it Dr E Poinse-Slrc This fa td certify that t'
l54JFront Corner ce in the town'in which he resides and :tha ,astOnIshing have been
'r :: Stret Robert Bullock only; and this privilege extends to newspaperspublished I permanently cured of a severe Diarrhoea
k" ., he.widows and orphans deceased soldiers., lp .tar., New York, .S. E. Helrenston I in.Canada' *"::; success with which it has met, warrants I by the use of your most valuable medicine called
V V
;::1 Also,claims for bounty land to'omeersTand'sol attend promptly all business entrusted J.J esse M. WOlis? I f Ocala ;4th.The weight newspapers .must be taken him In saying that it is a POSITIVE CURE. Indian Loxecust,after suffering for more than 12

V diers and the widows and orphans of jiece.asedofficers WL t or determined when they are in a dry state!' f He'has therefore come 'to the determination to months with that distressing disease. I take pleasure
.
\ ,
Particular attention
: given the Southern Circuit it within the reach of how
: '' cre. t 6th. Postmasters are not entitled' to'reeeiTe place all knowing maDr in recommending your most valuable medicine
.'. : and soldiers. v \ sale ot Cotton, Lumber, Timber and :; Hillsboro Simon Tnrman' Tampa newspapers freeof postage. under. their franking suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous to all similarly afflicted.V
T'rntinej .
,Also, will give his.attention to 'conveyancing,' the purchase of goods.; Martin.Cunningham privilege Disease,'particularly in the Southern V and t V 1 remain yocrs
t V
to examing titles and reeords and ascertaining a 4t< Benj.J.Hagler* II 6th.Payment in advance does not.entitle' the Western States ,. ',. V -. AIJOHNSON.
i. : > 09-Liberal advancements made on .
consignments In purchasing- '*Indian Iioxeeurt'! be
t
deduction from the above,
party paying to-any Formerly of Jacksonville N. C.
.' claims to lands. [lernandoMonroe Elias G.Knight Spring Hill '
I : : : February 19. 1852.-Jy. 1 rates V particular and look for my written signature on
'. ,' All business:entrusted to.b.im'will meet with 1 oil. V Malcomb C.Peterson "'' I -. the V '. Curroa, FLA., Oct. 6.1S51.'

all instruments of writing VV 4. Nathan M.Moody I Rates to be all .1 refer the public below to a few certificates Ie- Dear Sir One
prompt attention; and ,K.S.DARGAN Ezekiel L. Selph 11\' of Postage charged upon tramiml :; Bottle of your Loxecust has completely
r... "' win be executed: !by'Wm with neatness and..de.pat.ch" NewpapmtiiMl every r'dUcript of PriisV lected from among{many received"' from respectable *.. -* cured one of my men of-along standing,
-a, DENTIST, Benjamin Sawyer Key West ted matter, except Jveictpaper arid renoaifol,, citizens V Jacksonville. obstinate DiaiTh .-From its complete and cer
,t\ ; :, > ... V oil James M. Bracewell pitbliihed at interval* not exceeding thru mona EGBERT POINSETTrP. lain efficacy where all other medicines had failed
.
; (
: OF .
COLOMBIA SOUTH
I.;, : JacklonmeJan.25.1851., tfCEABISAT. .his CAROLINA,) ","u' V Robt. Clarke *"' and tent from the office ofpMicatian,to actvat S'Plant should not be without this valuable .I I take leasu recommending V it as a most

; .:. --i. INFORMS that friend an-alintc o!f I John Boyle and bona fde tvbtcnben. .': ,i, VV V Medicine Every family ,ought.to keep,it valuable medicine. "' .
"- -- .
,: A. GEliOY- to the about the 25th of January, and rt *And offioio.Tax Assessor and'Collector. . V- on hand. T.E.BUCKMAN V ,
Stt ex V To Dr. E.:Poinsett. ,
i. : 'FOR .WASHINGTON remain month. .Will visit 1 aboDie wi NOTE.fo'1-For, each :: (v. 'IVJ : V',' it,1!, A.. M.,.REED' principal' 'Agent for..Jacksonville. f
'
p Ocala and the adjoining 0'.' .. 'Jacksonville NOT 12 &
; cuntlel .\ .For the 'AmlcteLV additlonal'PUDOf.or" if V .'' .. .r ,
.I .i'' .' 'iii : "William V desire his services, ean o by notifying fraction of an ounce, 'i:2 j 'jd, i,.> Ofr ,5 n .;Mr.E. Poinsett Dear Sir 11 take pleasure in
E. Kennaugh him fey letter,to Ocala,or meet him at that SYRUPS and Medic i c Cliarettel R TESTIMONIALS.
''i. \1 3. point, COUGH be10QdthetenODDces Z5:' 'i{ 1 .Ii ''a' expressing to yea my approbation of your Indian
.. or any other designated, of practlble access. Ashthmatio and Consumptio; Hepatic fa this table .. "
,an ad
as a family medicine. I have
Lpzieust used$
ntfjik AVMIT. l( RS
!: ;I-i::' PILt4tDIe HOW., nmSYLVAMIA. .Jan.. I5I8.52..4t.' .' Pills, derangements .of the Liver,..Spleen, rate;wiUJte ;.S, : a, l1I8t"I'ditlonal SEVEN :CA SES CURED .' with good success.Yours "
V V / / respectfully
Continues to give his prompt attention to the ar -V to. Tonic Pills and Bitters, for the Dyspeptic I; .
H I'll. ; charged r pO 7. 8" .- :> '. *? -, .. ..J.SWA.H.T.JacksonTille. .
I rangernentand: prosecution of claims before Congress AMERICAN AND FOREIGN Antalgio-Pills Ointments and.,Tinctures, for the< I + "' fi 2D!; : .Six..Hit*Caxjoc,FiX,Dec,9, &I'j V
: NOT. 17.1851.
Utarine Rheumatic and ,
of
relief Nephntic gouty ,
; ,
'
oV of .the Executive Departments. AGENCY 6' V 'V Z ',0 0' ; 0 Mr,POUllett .. -_. '
.any. pains; Poenftetme Pills, and Mixtures,for arrest V Q. Mr.Toinsett-This will inform.you .that for
Claims arising from the Revolutionary, Florida, "C01WAIHGTl; log speedily, (alto, tuto etjecuode).nellCOUi and /" Cts. Cts.. Cts 'Cts. CLi'One'os"orunder' SIlt: For the benefit of the afflicted you taD' several 'years>1 have suffered much different

or Mszloiay&ri; Invalid Revolutionary, Hal ; TTNDI the dIrIt1on of AARON HAIGHT Other discharges from the rlllarr orgaas 'Sty -. 1'" 2 3' t". :, '5 publish Diarrhoea the following have had s4ven cases..o if times from Chronic Diarrhoea;_ I have tried your:
tic foruterine and other mol"hages 'ADtihy. Overlosnotover2os. 2 ,4 6 8 10 on.my plantation this season; V all o f Indian 'Loxecust
and
; received
:'1 pay .m :Widow's! *'Tensions r..'Naval br Army; ; L) '.PALMER-of York/ and WORTHINGTON drppical Ointments, Powders and Potions, for reducing ** z..T" C4_'2 *' ;A3 "A 9 14, TK which have been cured by the ie{ ';lout.mostTalu.ble : and have no reason, to doubt its being an entire permanent.relief;,

Boint7IAud or Scrip,j under law of Feb. 11, GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New .dropsical1; swellings; Cardlacal Pills,'ror ""8" 'c.14u. 4 r8 12 1620, medicine called Indian" L xecust.. '_ Believing it to be a duty which I owe tothe af
Orleans Attorneys and 001_of the;Supreme of the heart the blood 4 5" 5 10 ,15 :120 "JI;Yurirespeetfulry,: JOHN PRICE.Jr.
: 1847.or,August 10, 1543 j Arrearages of Pay andMfleage c3ourt of the diseases and purification ; II < .25' mcted present you this certificate which you
ft '
..- .due returning Volunteers i Claims.'forlionet establishment formed for the following Alterative Pills,for,the renovation of the'constitation : u 6 6." ," ."" .1 6"a 6 12 18 '2t' gj STILLk.4NOTHER. -T can?use aa:you!think'proper.. 1 >lrit'also say,
T. 1 ; Aatidysenterie Pills;!for'dysentery and 1' 1-1 21 28 ss that in conversing with who.have used
.: lost*and:'other.,Prope4destroyed; xpa.,4dbyVoluMeeribsfobeing -, I.- For practicing law In Court diarrhoea; Magic tinctures and Embrocations, for ". ,'.'*.=". "."V 8 M.. :"8' .16 2482! 40'. a. Black Creek,Fla.rFeb.: lst,- 852., medicine r have not found many one who. did. not.your r-,
Supreme of > '
th 8f *9 ) .0'U
the of affections ; 9 1S .27 'V45n DearIf&me'u -
especially / &
mustered the United ,. s .relief rarvous ; S8 V i since a member of my eeivereliefV: ;ii':
and received Into service ;.Waggoa-ma -, business 't. ad conducting peon those of females; Disinfectant and Propnylectio 9" .e 10ct':10 .20 '80 '40' 501 V famOy.was very.ill. indeed with a..Diarrhoea. 10HN C.LEt

Washes;(the former secure against infection, and resorted to several things usually'given for the Pastor Methodist Church, JaebonY1llt.I .
For the and .DIRECTIONS.V I
of
and Teamsters',claims; Marines',aaflors'j, 2 prosecution recovery all c1&hn .- e- -. ,
,
the latter neutralize by&, hemioallprocess,any V but none of them would tford I -
2iri- 1 b., Jte. ..'' 1"J l. 4 -. in 11 or equity, aga.t. te.Unit Sttes.b contagious yicus with which one may chance to iL On'every transient n'ewspaperVanseaied'! -V lief.Disease.-5 Yqur) Indian Loxeoust.wsEr000mmende nay re- ., -* Jacksonville,]Dee. 4Uvl35l.Dr. _

Hjtviag: aHth;; (neoesgaryfor-aproper, Cong.or V .before Boards.; of come in"contact' ;)Colio Syrups,for children; DiV.:' enldrvftandbill, engraving;pamphlet,-periodical I, by several persons I made up my mind to try U. 'Poinsett Dear Sir t Three parts 'of'a
> GTrent cutients, for swellings; pimples,V freckles,'&o;,* magazine e, book,and every other description o* and Bottle
of'claims Commissioners. .. am very glad I did so, as one Bottle effected of your most valuable medicine called Indian
.with
,
; presentation .together .the.rul V itch 'scaldhead. printed matter the abov* rate must In all ,
Salvefor
sores'Unguents
: ; case a onre.T.You will' : Loxecusthu
3. For the settlement of accounts : i please publish ithisaa inch, entirely relieved m* eta sever
4 .i-. regulations' .governing'" "the ,'different. Depart, State Treasury,. War, Post-Office with,'and the burns;&'.;Collyris,for sore eyes; Dentiefices' an i iCollutorlesfor be prepaid; according ltd the'weight : _. a.valuable>Medicine,ought:t to ,be .knownl a attack:' f'jDiarrhoea. ,I',cheerfully recommend

: vents,he is,prepared. to undertake. .claims, of Interior Departments, Nav the the teeth''and gums;.and various L 2\vhenever! any printed matter oflwh1ch'tb.. the public.; Spread it far and'near in order that your medicine to those similarly afflicted--
rmi other remedies sre-.manufactured,to ordet,', on postage is required to be:prepaid shall'through'the the afflicted find relief fjYours,"&c '. > L With respect
kind'
t. rhai ,soever,that mayrequirothei riicesI lion of 6epmatie and,forfeitures, for IU chemical Inattention Postmasters or otherwise may ; .. "oun.b.W' ..-.
uniTen
be .
and -
pathological princlpl i I 1ELIJAH 'CRI V -- -.THAD.C-* ,
,, .laD Agency at this place. violat ,_ ._ en post office,'or, sent without prepaymentthe; shall _
_, re, ;, otle recognized'by the profession, and generally'kept.OU sam be charge 4 To Dr E Poinsett. .* I ., .
: jaws.if -t -, with double the above rater '' '- -- < "- VV
:
"I PartIculuattentIox_ given:.to,the.proper settler : '4.;:For securing, : tore inventions hand at,the BrIOkVOfflC 'lot'' 014.' 1 -BAKER, 'V : ; 'Sea'lsland Cotton Gins.
s1 .4: mint of Quartermasters* from the United Jettr.patnt opposite the CourtHouse. V': : :1 : Bound. books apd'parcels of printed''fmafter: -r:uQiiVIWE Fj.["August i5thl5L. '
accounts. f
ments, and procuring.Statel land D foreig\Goyr" 1 PRICE per bottle phial, box. ,&e.. ,with,dlreotibns > not ;weighing over;V 82 .ounces.,' shall. be:deemed' Dear Sir 'T1,m rnr rniio L'tf1 t ie.b tle r TSUB8CitIBERV'tM'opportunity
rr Charge moderate arid the .pensions V' V mailable matter. ; regulated by amount under the various for their use, fl.00 : i> C I' s of your medicine,'called..INDIAN'LoxJCtJSThas ; Staple'Cottons .

c, claimed;p.ndIb extent of"r"'cei.re ,, .,. Statee.V_ \ ; :r pension" Jaws of the,vl United, PRESCRIPTIONS, f In.extonso, with .med I- ;-Periodicals publisbedat"intervals'not 'exceed permanently cured two of:my negroes of.a sever that he still continues the manufacture.f to*.

p r AQ communications( to.',Insure'.'insertion, must 5. For? 'collections V .generally debts cines,$ ,OO in hand and from $5 to f 100,'according ing three months,and sent from the office of pulK attack of Dysentery.>I. consider it an excellentmedicine latest Improved ROLLER.HORSE GINS,. .

be post paid-" -- deo4-tfi.i legacies'and ;In. embracing to contract and the nature of ther case, when Mention to'actual and bOna fida;?subscribers;are, fqrthiaomplaiatandake grestple I ble and 1g1 .' his usual rate and U ready to,

I' V and foreign countries.inheritances, tho'Jte States the cure is completed; or,in incurable cases,when to be charged with one half the rates 'mentioned'in 'sure in recommending it bIb, pubU.ll 1 V., fill all order at th.shortedtIo.A **. -v-

.ci ,- I': V V 'L' V 6. For the purchase and j sale'of lands the relief promised J.nff'orded"t'Special contracts the above table,and prepayment of a; rter'eVpoetas ''' V- :&espectfnlly yourf-\ .,. .T For>h* .,of ta*Gins pply to IheMloIngAgensort. -'

S'jJ,L' .(.VTr&, (f '.'. the States Territories of the Union,""and any o made In'chronld coses; when desired.' -- thereon must in all oases be required.( ) V' ,:, .. .'":..'.!. ..:. S.D. FERNANDEZ.Dear ..' .thosewbavs. them in.uses"iGENTS.
: --- -- - & Orders from a distance with enclosed: Periodicals published at. intervals of morrthan tdr.1 n .-- -" .
;
money 0 OJ. I. : .
; '
1
i: BEIEll1MM1SSID1MEllil1S t ing1 therein.V"1.mone7i1iIn0rtgagiotrea1/-"Tr "estate,. "/lying, will meet,with prompt attention. I?V .; r:.' J: must three be months are'charged V'JJUll with the full rate;which :r"'THEJE1S 1'41t\1)' ;( 'ViHalonga-. &' Aeosta. Ceatervillage Ga. .: ...
1 !'T. Foytentt of ,United- '' '" "Jacksonville, DOOL.l2,J851.; j tf, 1".0.V prepa4..t..I 'U 1./. lq (IT$ ,i B. R. ,
States Capt. wood Beaufort
JN ; S.C.
,
tmd. .1 QTE. la case f her*is on or in -
.Pt newsnanar '
; r- : nTe: ynig .M e'urng of deeds and State thereon stocks and and oleclon of the divi n'' :" "L Ill j BUPPINGTON" HOtJSEr', periodical,pampor otherprint.'lnatty any 'o; St..1 hD's'Beachl. Ft.' :l,.Feb, ;"5th, lm. V f Scott& DeVeaax; Charlesten' S; C.'
generally / connected .Tiaon kHarris.,! E;Florida
paper therewith .Sir-Having' used most'Taluable
EVERY 'DESCRIPTION OFlAGRICUp. of all buse..pertaining. to A", ;Jo rrt.';a J JACKSoyyittE;:'EAST'FLORIDA.. any kindywhteb'informUonsl.any manuscript be asked for Medicine called Indian 1 Lexecnst your,!with, oomplet4 Fernandez, Bisbee & .:J a.cboDTIl1er E.FIa.4K.R.

?f "i'1'U' At AI,: IMPLEMENTS :AND aiCY;.. :- "' '::,.'L.:/. nnHE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs It1i or communicated' la wrjtin;or by.marks or si nsr, success in my family, 1 feel it a'duy I bwe; to.yoa I Dukes, PaJattar...F. _
All .
;: V V 'C.aINERY.;: ,,pstplcr. ,t .JL" publio in general,'that this House.will be ,the said nowspaMr. erlodical"pamphl '. ,I Messrs; Palmer& Snethen Ameri an4.Eor completed and prepared the reception of Boarders printed matter b becomes subject to:,letter nostaffe-5. 'children nate been"cured bra severe Diarrhoea &L*fl hlack:&AUlgttorBJ:F. ":.
1* f AL$0V by*,the 'first:day,'of j October.next-baTiQ the. with it hea &ar.libethtoirnLownd )
-1 'elp-AgeDc1cUr-ot''Nb1ngn w ) c11.lf. ;c1utY,9r';thd f 9>tmaster' to.remoi 4'thewrappers nothing elsewould givo-urdief. LasilT;
and French Burr MD1 Stones "
r TJeorgia {tE; 1 ; : about hundred '
v five front.with
usopu V front
? in and
V f I V CtflagenCnflin aodJJoltiag Cloths;_ ''Alw' Tery "promp ? "FALMER k. >% and rear,making it comfortable piazzas House let:and wrelopes. from anprnted, } nuiih blishh.J. g1 Plf Yeurs, ttuUr. .., tilb1'.. I;' :J "" !tiP.
as any pamphlets cliai-ieli'.JUth le .lfB.OWN. u .
r tVV V I kind prodwe North and South mud tiUHj ald] 'oe No.s ]? StgTHE1 : ', In the South .'t.ndwUt'be'a1 1. to,' for .iwsUga, Poinsett.1 IIC 'B"4J'/r." H+'fttiiS'* .t..ZJl\
h.
; J. V 'Cal' ., ) &C\lomp.odatt, urpose r acoertalning'whe&h", tbpre ta V To Dr E .a ',etf Emu BOA ea a ,had of ,,,
L ; for WooV Hidesl-Derr' Skint,and.Shipping 'fun. I LJ .8oA' ,.,. "'. '-, "'Itwtlo.,1 ... .1 ,over,6n 1.hundred:and fifty-persons.:; "He'would ppI tlr conpecto4,lth.any suc1 prutei.I1Atter 1 '. ".; ,. .._ of :""'; ', sukscribar rates.t'Ptrsont wanting *

1t.I Tt4: J1-I rf (J ,J -', say more particularly to those visiting the South 1Ir In IIcll' pa.oJ ago,M1'mattr tMijg) : ?. Jjil SOl'IYXLU.jUa1 'tf-nrIi GinioMUepsIrod,Jtoas. .irecJ1&O'ABtD .
-
1Vrt1 V .' : -T.IW 4 :-i;i'A'; J- ..', B2untv.'Land,." i41Gneka1. Age cj YJ for health and the benefit efour delightful climate would utliorlze'bt rqutre t4'chnrg ber This,is. to eertifr iti if with much pleasure that I erio. "S..L VRNSsa, ; '

qP.i'1' 1, lieferencet:. "Valh.npon D. Ojv .)i 0 hebashad; an,eye.to thelr, espeolalcomfort,;and .t..of .st i'. sr th......o 'tl't'N' ltth Announce to the Public that I have beta effect 1 -,, U'' .'6&: ".r.-.f..f-
01 oU 1\ .
.
; ; ha"'mt4'his arrangements make all who 'h ,.
may t' ally cured of the
t- MuLVI&DEIp.os&poFU.&LaxV&BRAwVT. .' er G eDe f distressing 1p1a1nteaUed' P.ytheZbigb1y P.- V JuuS;issi.,' V _
oir' ,! '. :
I try MY, WCBST& PAUlal S JVOT,DlKSLOW.K tJCstsfcul'efflcienf OTWALKEIIirW give iwom p1 give him A call. comfortable and weU'retfor.' ..0';;jJ.ct, :A* .!l .J.a.. Jt s.a t "try, 't'ecomtne d medy of 'f, ., '' I .
;q Co., avaniab-K ;' 'Wxll-'MIt.LE1i & Co.", LAND CLAIMS attention ,&the'BOUNTX: :h'r&Uaheo'SUge*Ageney ts;,sttb + Mr. E. l'oinsett. 'l.had'r dtomanytbJug;i, C ,Q tl Ce.l" ,, '-ir' L
of
honac V, "
V toft NewtYcn\.Ji.rJN!"{&J;.1p/B. boJtfl'N l1.-:1fif2"1' """Ca.f.ot In th.-Fwen-Wz. olor b soldiers urig d f.-p1' '- A ;TTE' Bt1FF. ; Gr : VV MASONRY'BRiCKLAYINO; ; ,'? PliASTEa.. hut palatable of no avail and pleasant i.l\inau Medicine ec1 tcJ..trT ve ry 'ro T.rll:OF J-lrBRSI ND "OtDIER31R.PeVIE7VEvi.R4L f*
eJthqJf.t7n Ny'ri..1" and to
i myfereo
WARS in ; 'sifi cj IK *V jBiM-i j : i *
EWj J"1 Lo'ndoiDCWJ.41.1.cCoJQII 11t.u be IAi l":181t 116" : aO I 'ING &(} \ satisfaction..was completely cured 'within t WAR.81&C1'
.1IVr or the War at ,m.'lfUIG. !' a few ,
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