The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: May 20, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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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[From the Boston Advertiser, May 4.] contest was for f the 1meadjustcd :ought t ber as it ,were, for the,time ,being, the 'pulsating .SoutCanna outrageously. ineediauesjie.. .
be adhered to and carried into 'faithful 'Re f
of nation from' 'h
I execution >poliiical centre the '
Addreu of Southern \Vhig The State the Southern doctrine that
as a final settlement,in princlpleundsubstance which is 'to .issue, in party estimation, Convention Sonlh-Carolina lid fl slter 'To i '
th mdispdnsable in : sbothattheWbTg'dyis not in
X of the dangerous and exciting vital principle of our national welfare. adjourdzne die on the':30th: ultimo.' Its element a K .
theWhigs subjects which whole action is embodied_in the ,following He scouts with 10r declaration that I condition to go into':electlon'of t MJ
We publish to.davan address to they embrc. No city in the a better or ; the free labor with Pent
Union'pssses' of of -North expectation .
the Committee of tbf shall never be any
This report tacs
of the United States, signed by proposition was rejected b'the Chairas extensive
es, Twenty-ne
I degraded the slave he aidof the b f < ,
members of from not in order, it not in his will adopted by a v t. JabrHo the South. WhIg 'tlavehoMing
eleven Whig Congress being, opinion, attracting, a they necessarily a large which tof,136 This is question ,.. I it 'Is to recur to the
seven of the slavebolding States. This address within the province of the Legislatve'. of strangers citizens than is Committee of Twenty-One, to"wb'n 14. !. how :Stat f the last election"Wikn6wof* i;.
relates exclusively to the important cus, convened for the purpose that of the Maryland was referred an act to provide for'te an Janur .iin- -at ; nome
I question of a platform proposed by them to the time and place of the Convention, to decide I wi accommodate, in a convenient man tion of deputies.of to a Southern Con'es and January t.,15 il1"l, i; y: Hallett ::papr. of Whig party.is in a more favorable imaginitb'attha condition t

be adopted. as a basis of co-operation by upon a question of that nature. The larger number of persons than any the call a Convention, instructionso cludes his 185'.Mr.anJoceurrence: that- for rrin the election of a Whig candi-
the Whig National Convention, which is to rejection wa sustained by 46 votes against other hall in the country. We, therefore, corsider and report thereon, respectfully took place in New Jerzeybefore; I datthaii' 1848.' In that election; Gen. t'i'
assemble in Baltimore on the 16th of June 21. Five members only from Machu. while making all due acknowledgement for reportThat trate who was investigatinga a for magis f chosen by the rates' of'fifteen t I'
nest, for the nomination of President and I setts were present of whom one only was the just consideration paid our city in the they have considered the subject. slaves :, &Formerly, such runaway Tayl w of. which';-seven 1 :only were free :
occurrences Stat
Vice President of the United States. The in favor of receiving the proposition. We premises, cannot but say:that the two par- ferred to them,and have conclude to re- were wit less They were seven',slavebolding States j the .
gentlemen who have united in this address I have no means of knowing what proportion ties have done wisely in choosing Baltimoreas commend to the of : notc upon, islated.intres.. 'Now, they former giving 91 votes and the 'latter'66; (
were a pan of the Whig members of Congress of the members who were opposed to the the place for holding their National Con. the accompanying resolution and ordinance : are seen as apart fons'reat'ikiect'and' making; in all 1 63 :, C

who assembled on the 20th ult., for adoption of the proposition opposed it. on ventions. Our city, at that time, will doubt- Resolved by the people of South-Carolina, regarded intense interest:as'features in I la the ensuing 'yots,'theri will be 298 'J
the purpose of determining the time and the ground of form, and :how many were less present thronged and animated appearance in Convention assembled, That the frequent the t American slavery. votes, and the number constitute .
place of holding the National Conventionfor opposed to it in principle We presume, ,"and, in advance, we bid all a cordial violations of the Constitution of the United one worthy: of the name of.American n,nxmoneouslysavstthattan every- achoieewillbe149.'.rqui --3 J S

the object above stated, and who withdrew however, that a.largemajoity" of the members welcome., States by the Federal Government, and its .iniuion not- .Th fifteen States which in the. last eles i j

from that meeting for the reasons present would have been in favor of it encroachments upon the r sere right of' rally produces'such 'ought'hc.aban- t. .trftf .y1orazs '
which they state. had they considered it a question on'which Mr. Flllmore NorthCarolina.Not and the Compromise. In the sovereign States, of especially dmed and ABOLISHED-some how AT ANT no entitle 11 vote ''place',"of l a"' {..

It is the intention and desire! of the Whigsof a Legislative caucus had a tIght to decide. -- in relation to slavery, amply justify RATE-IMMEDIATELY. ,No problematical" evils, gave time. Of tu t1. f.
every part of the Union that every State The circumstances of the case, in our opinion only resolutions of the late Whig this State, so far as any duty or obligationto feared but not felt, can apologize the continuance votes, 97 will be given I by free Sats t.

should be fully and equally represented in would have fully justified them inmaking Convention of North Carolina, but all the her confederates involved, in dissolving of slavery a day."? 61 by slareholding States. vot ane L :
the declaration and it at once all political connection with her Co- at the last election for the; .
the Convention by delegates' elected by the proposed ; SVemight these given Whig candidate
multiply extracts but the
Wh gs in the proportions prescribed in the would have relieved the Whigs of the speeches made upon the occasion, exhibitthe States, and that she forbears. the exercise of foregoing will do for the if now all Whig, will be insufficient f
Constitution of the United States for the Southern States from the embarrassmentwhich enthusiastic devotion which is enter. that manifest right of vernment from present. for effecting the choice of 'a President by'52 f' J 1.

choice of electors of President and Vice Pre it is well known many of them feel tained for Mr. FILLMORE and for the considerations of expediency only. [From the Washington Republic,May 6.] votes. Where are these 52 votes to be obtained Z: .J

sident. The delegates thus appointed, according Their sentiments on this subject the authorsof broad which he IVfclg..loTemen..In Alabama.The if by means of misplaced courtesy : '.
I to the population of the respective the address declare in the followingterms Compromise platform upon An Ordinance to declare the right of- this to Free-soilism, in insisting to keep open the : :

; States, being designated by the Whigs of the and in these sentiments very many of has saved the Union. The speeches are State to secede from th Federal Union. proceedings of Whig meetings Ma- slavery questions for future agitation, we _

\t several States, or of the Congressional districts the people of these States undoubtedly con- reported by the Raleigh Register, and their We, the people of the State of South. con and Greene counties, Alabama-noticed renounce all communion with the Whigs of I

!I the question necessarily arises, Who cur : tone in relation to the President and the Carolna in Convention assembled, do de- in this journal last week-indicated the commencement the slaveholding States 1. i}"

\ are the WJiigs entitled to unite in making We frankly state that it was our deliberate Compromise is remarkably explicit and em ordain, and it is hereby declaredand of the work of re-organization, Anyone'who can show where theAVnigs j
1 the designation purpose to announce, athe threshold an unalterable ordained, a distinguished from the maintenance of the are to gain fifty-two votes in the free Stt ju ;
\ Hitherto, in the Conventions assembled determination ad in no scheme for an phatic. Dr. Hill, of Brunswick, in an eloquent That South-Carolina, in the exercise of Union party, in that State. A travelling beyond the number given in 1848 .. j

; for this object, there has been no difficulty election associated with allied to men whose eulogium upon President FILLMORE, her sovereign will, as an independent State, correspondent of the Mobile Advertiser, Taylor, 'may show a plausible, rewu for .i t
it was to ignore the final settlement of those
io determining this question, and it is to be policy and exciting questions which are em- said : acceded to the Federal Union, known as the writing from the "up-country," gives a pretending ah indifference to the aid'of rr .:
: hoped there will be none in the approaching braced dangerous by what is termed "the Adjustment." No had been in United States of America, and that, in the more vivid idea of the probable strength Whig Southern votes in the approaching .v..
: Convention. The ultimate decision of the With the candor of freemen, we presented, in the man ever 'placed Northern a more exercise of the same sovereign will, it is her and bearing of the movement than could be election. Even a case.the cooperation )j ,;
proposition submitted to the meeting,the position trying position. Selected from a without let hindrance molestation gleaned from the formal report previously of Whigs in the South, in '
right membership, depending on the question which shall adhere." State distrusted in by the South, and right, or te'sap :,1.
to we part relied He writes of
upon. : port whig j
whether such delegate is the representative from any whatever, to secede from meaures neTr
of a Whig constituency, or of persons We trust, notwithstanding, that neither I having arrayed aalst him the force of the Federal power Union ; and that, for the suffi. "An important political movement ha amiss. But question to the Interests \1 j
co-operating with some other party, must these gentlemen, nor the Whigs of the South Southern prejudices-wantonly assailed by iency of the causes.which may impel hero been made in the interior since my last let- of the election alone. it to us 4 I$ 3
depend upon the Convention itself. Yet it generally, will decline going into the Con. the Abolitionists was placed in a position such separation, she is responsible alone, ter was written. On Monday, the 12th instant that the Whig of the apJa. are {: :O :
seems desirable, if it were practicable, that vention on this ground; but that they will which would have tried any man : yet, under God, 'to the tribunal of public opinion the Whigs of Greene held a county not in the condition.to talk in'the style bf f' 1 1
amid all the trials which he beset
by was .
trust to the declarations which shall be made and took action non-chaance.-Boston!
designed to place
there should be some rule, known to those among the nations of the earth. meeting _- f
I he had such honest and wrtf.
pursued an indepen. i
who make choice of the which by the Convention itself, in determining the the line of the old party organiza ) ,
should define the classes of persons, in the basis of their co-operation. That such a I dent course a fitly entitles him to the name Mr. Hallett's Antecedents. tions. From the published proceedings of French pla of BI. J'j J,
of model President. To the South he is 1
declaration will be made by the Convention particularly the it that desire '
meeting, they to
several States who are entitled to a representation .appears The vote in.the Senate on the French .t
in the Convention that the we conceive, cannot admit of a doubt, because dear; and, as a citizen of the Old The Washington Republic, acknowledges rally under the old Whig banner during the ;
i Whigsof we believe that such a declaration North State, I am proud to speak of him ; he receipt of a 'pamphlet entitled A lookat approaching Presidential They declare Spoliation bilJ'lwhich awr.iDdemnit to t
all! the States know with what description canvss. a citizens, for
may would be in accordance with the sentimentsof andno true patriot, no man-be he Whig, the Boston Daily Advocate during a series in their resolutions, their belief thatit numerus felow.. :

operate..It of persons they are invited to co a great majority of the party, and because or'Democrat-having in. his breast an ho of years, from .1822'6 ; Benjamin F. is expedient.that the Whig party of Alabama commerce injuries committed prior 1801 by',,and which our to Government a- .{. &,4.i
other would nest heart, can speak of him other than as Hallett, Esq., editor." Republic quotesnumerous t I
any course be suicidal in should be in the NationalWhig
has been the practice of the Democratic the pure Chiet Magistrate of the whole extracts from this pamphlet,which represented by treaty is obligated to pay, st )
voluntarily disclaiming reliance on the Convention' recommend the
party, at each of their National Conventionsfor any ; holding follows: > i
co.operation of the Whigs of the South. country. show most conclusively that the present o! a District Convention to appoint District ( 1 4
the nomination of President and Vice .
President. we believe. to re-affirm. or amend. ; This subject deserving of the particular Referring to the Compromise, he said : Chairman of the National Democratic Committee delegates, and also the holding of a.State .Yus-Me Badger, Berrien.D fis,, 'Dawson Borland,

what they call the platform of the attention of the Whigs of Massachusetts at While Fillmore and Graham were his was in former years an unmitigatedAbolitionist. Convention at Selma on the fourth Monday Brb1.Clk DWs .isb, Cop, ; Humlin, JaO* ,tt I ?,

This platform, although it embraces-in party the this time, as they will be shortly.called uponin choice, he would heartily support the nominee The prominent and important in May, for purpose of effecting. n more Ma :ir. Pearce, Sebastian,\ Sewazd, ." 8democracy.
which Mr. Hallett holds in the De- Shields, Sumner Underwood,
their districts Sproance
estimation of the Whigs, some objectionable respective to appoint delegates of the National Convention, provided he : thorough organization, and'the section of '. "
very to the Convention. We think they was unequivocally in favor of mocratic party renders his past opinions a delegates tor the State at large Na- UfhamVade27. : .
propositions, is regarded by themas sustaining th N.usMes ( ;
presenting a test of membership of the will be satisfied, on a perusal of this ad. Compromise." mater of no ordinary interest. We wish tional Whig Convention, and ,close the series Ca Dodge Ad.Ati8., .Brhea,
dress that the Whigs of the South have still people-of Florida to understand what with a most cordial approval of the & Felch,'. Gwin,. Hunter, King,' om \J
which bound. Mr. Miller of Wake said
by they are mutually :
party .
a to continue their with manner of man this is who officiates as high Administration of Mr. Fillmore. Fourteen Walker. .
It may become necessary for the Whigs, at the Whigs of the North, provided co-operation they can "Mr. Fillmore's administration has been priest in the great temple of Democracy ; delegates "were to' represent the Mr.Rusk; &paired ofi" with 'Mr.' rf

their next Convention, to adopt a similar do so on terms which, in their opini n, are the bow of promise, spanning the arch of who sits, at the head of the Democratic Whigs of Grene'appointed'District and' State I Mr. Jones, of lowa"pared.0!with Sole. J 1
course, that it may be known to the Whigsof consistent with their interests and their ho- our political heavens. Under all the circumstances council board in Washington, and at whose Conventions? Pratt J f

the.Union by what tie they are bound to nor. But they will not aid in the supportof which had attended it-the succession slightest touch the polticl wires vibrate You will perceive, at a glance, the.important The bill,'having passed.the Senate,is now Yj
gether.The a party which reserves to itself the right, of important events which have throughout the breadth of the bearings this movement.' If respond before the House. 'One containing similar /
address of the Southern Whigs, which as consistent with their party platform, marked it to the presenttimetheTcalm'digiiitf land He has. been held up as a Northern ed to by the Whigs of the State, it.will,work provisions,'which passed both Houses'dur ?i.t
we re-publish to-day, raises a discussion of t
and 'unsullied honor democrat with S 'utb af- President Polk
the debates of prlciple4'and virtual dissolution of the Union ,
renew on questions slavery, I rr' a party log"tJe Adinirion ?i o'
one of the questions w:'iich it is necessary with which Mr. Fillmore has his whom the South a
performed the
a man reason .
which were composed by the acts of 1850. fnities.a upon a distinct organization. From cnnratiol \ allege J .{
for the Whig party of the Union to meet. We conceive it the duty of the Whigs of Executive duties, compel every one to admit I lay rely for the maintenance of herconstitutional with intelligent Whigs living :.different that the condition of the Treasury : f
We know it is the desire of many personsto to give a hearingto the elements of the statesman s happi. rights. and domestic interests counties, I am- induced to ielieye that the not warrant it. A number of the original '
keep it out of sight, and that the ques. 11asschusett reasoning of this respectful address, and, in ly blended in him-all the stern virtues of against the assaults of Northern fanaticism. movement will be generally approved in the clamant and their heir'are 'scattered ; ii? "

tions of the revival 6f the Wilmot Proviso men to represent them in the Convention the patriot so admirably united, that We will do the Democratic Chairman the interior. -, I through country, _relief 'so long i .. 'I 1
and the repeal of the Fugitive Slave: Law to make choice of those whose Nature might ltd up, justice to say that he now promises fairly; "The Greene county Whigs have not ex withheld, if now gnted'by the, action. of I
shall remain open questions in the party, sentiments have no affinity with the party And say t all the world- /man'" but> can:we place our trust in the professions; I pressly declared their preference for Mr, the House, will by President f &

and subjects for future agitation. But it which, in 1844 by its insane of If. the choice of this body is not to be of an individual who, in 1836, rivalled Gar Fillmore as the Whig candidate for the Presidency Fillmore-there, being no MeIcn "war_on. 1. lt 1
must be obvious to those who will look. at J. G. Birney, defeated the election support of the choice of the National Convention"wewi rison himsel in rancorous denunciation of ;'but they have done,what'amounts hand to"drain the resources 'of the cunt .

the considerations presented in this address, Henry Clay, and insuied that of James K. yield bur preference, and give a coral slaveholders ; who, in 1843, to it in substance, and I am 'fully satisfied or contribute to' the' -glorification- :sha '. ::
or at facts which are notorious to every per. to the nominees, if are advocated the election pf Gen.Cass upon ., !
Polk, with all its calamitous consequences. thy that he is not only their choice, but the i__
son acquainted with the history of the last We intended to have called attention vpon the Compromis But .owe it toourselves the ground that his doctrine in regard to the choice of the entire Whig party of Alabama. f } lJIf .j
three years, that it is idle to think of maintaining no man can of the territories over the subject of H. .Fnmor. :
connection with these remarks, to the prove power On this, point I believe I speak avisedly. 1 I ; ; 'u
the bond.of cordial co-operation be. blnd.ness acceptable who is not favor slavery was a better free soil doctrine than -
of going into this election without unequivocally.n' have taken some pains' to .10.," Washington correspondent of
tween the Whigs of the North and of the cn of those measures the Wilmot Proviso itself 'and'who, as late in the interior ;
sidering how is the setlement ; rent of Whig feeling, especially -
South on these conditions. This cooperation indispensable cooperation of the vexed question of slavery. 1849, declared himself "in favor of freedom the Baltimore San, says: .
is and universal
of Southern Whigs, if those of the a counties, I deep, strong, : r? 't
implies an identity of feeling and sentiment North propose to act .to any useful These are specimens of the spirit which and free soil wherever men lives throughout in favor Mr. Fillmore. I have yet "The friends Mr.Fillmore and.of the :
in the selection of rulers, and' in the Hallett be sin ,as a' finality are in excellent
God's heritage. Mr of the first Compromise t4t
in this election. It would be as wiseto animated 'the Whig Convention of North I or bear Whig unwillingto 1.
support of measures of national policy; and the choice of President cere in his present professions of attachment support him. Indeed, he is the first'choiceof.nerlyaJ spirits-never b ving been s'confdent'a ,
such a union has hitherto subsisted between without expect of votes a Whig Carolina. In preferring Gem Scott, and declining to the rights of the South, his. conversion and the second on the list of they now are of R j ,.'
them, to their mutual advantage and-that of a of majority Whig votes without, as to the expect aid of a t insist upon the Compromise, Mr. from the abolition and free soil1 faith is the Webster Whigs If nominated more. They will 'got: into :theCouventionwith ; 1

the country. But it is obvious that such a the majority Whigs of the slavebblding States. .- Mangum stands alone in his gallant Whig most sudden remarkble one on rc'or; Scot by National Whig Convention, he one'hundred and ffty-sIx jotes-for .-t &
union can no longer subsist after what has and for of: them being from ;
we may wel will receive the votes of all the Whigs and no-slayeh'oJdinr
'the of North Carolina is '
State. 1
taken place, unless there shall be an explicit I vote Mr. and i including'the 7I4L
Baltimore Convention its permanency. But can we give of not a few of the Democrats of 'Alabama.. States
understanding ,that the party shall no worth having in the coming :contest, the credit for sincerity and'fair dealing Mark the prophecy, and if it be fulfilled, This majority; of one:hundred "4 Jj '

longer be divided by the continued agitation The Baltimore Sun, gives the following flag of ,the Corpromis must be flung out, il Halet matter !' In a late letter to Mr. write ,down ,your correspondent no as'a mot and ffty-stx'delegtes will 'proceed at once i .s.J .
among its members of what are called "the representative, in Congress to and their final- ) .' i
enumeration and description of the Conven. broad and clear and bright. Thompson unskilful reader of.the signs in the 1

Compromise That the questions.agitation of these questions tions soon to be held in that city : The .Raleigh! Register, referring to the Abolition in Virginia oration-he who when delivered a resident the of famous Ohio. firmament." poJtcl .cdidate itya teirplatfon: 'cmes and not declare'thatno up,. and; .j { J

should be put an end to, and further discus Within the coming month, and the one proceedings bf the Convention, says : some years since-Mr; Hallett says :. The Whig of lie squarely, to these principles,'s.hl'fry .j ,; ,

sion of them between members tbe'Wtug immediately succeeding it, a variety of Conventions "We have t m this.week only for a "No man in New 'England has written So.tl nte.' Theywi have DotbDg'lur r!t : "

party repudiated, is, in our opinion, important both religious, and political, 'are to word or two on resolutions adopted by and spoken more distinctly uniformly in We find the following pertinent answerto tha agree upon ,f' :t
well to the of the in meet in this city. This will ard Buffalc Compromise men-as ''their'Candidates'and 7
as harmony party necessarily the Convention. There was but one opin- defence of the rights of the South (&c.) than a most queston; t i
the Northern States) as it is to that of the constitute Baltimore a point of 'peculiar:interest ion amongst the delegates as to the choiceof I have'had' on Commercial-'Advertiser. It is answer of nominate them. The. 'Sew' faction-can =
Whig party of the Uwon at large.. It is an for the time being; and that. interest the Whigs of the State for the Presidency this[ have. 'bu one. opinion which the truth cannot denied/'or ques then secede; taking upon the responsibility l;""

agitation persevered in for no possible use. will not be merely local or 'confined to bur and Vice Presidency. Fillmore and Grha1 s'juf' toned, and the factwhich it establishes can- i! of.divdng! the party and breaking : J f!
ful purpose, as the Northern States have own State, tut will extend throughout the were .first in. the hearts .of all. the way.of.commentary on these decar. ; lost sight'of 'by those Whigs who it up." "

nothing to gain by it, and the Southern can. country.In Convention, in, good faith, declare'that a tions, we beg leave to cite the !oHo ; looking forward to the' approachingelection .iJ .

not be expected to be benefilted by it against the first place, on the 9th day of May, most cordial support will be given the nominees ragraphs'from' his newspaper, the I Advo., with any-hope of, .an efclentvolce Te Vice. Presidency' )1.
their will, or to submit to''it but with the the Catholic National Council assembled at of ,the National Convention, provided cate." We copy from the Republic in. it: ; The of, -:-: gentlemen; have ; ,

utmost repugnance. the Cathedral in Baltimore. It was 'composed they ae. for. maintaining the October II"1834. George Thompson, the 'CAN WE. DO WITHOUT"THE SOUTH 1- been connected names nrou! { I
: But, a far more decisive consideration is, of thirty-two Bishops, (six :of them unegvocy.: none will deny English. itidis.Lu An adjourned meet.ing Short-sighted and provicia politicians, men for.this"important* p teWhig"'nOmintion f
that to in asserting the Archbishops) and each attended this is the the of, the 'Anti-Slavery So- : : i
persist right to continue Bishop bya that true principle- ptincipleuponwhici Nt.Edglan whose vision'is county or a district events.which have"occurred. ]during two.ad
this agitation, with view disturbing Clergyman the bound in honor held P. M. Notwithstanding ; J
a to a Theologian-making we are ,. to act ciety was ,and have no''more'comprehensive'notions ministrations .rn us;to exercise'great care
any of the settlements of the Compromise Council to consist of fifty-two members. we'. go into Convention .with the unpleasant weather, ,th'erain of'party combinations than :are-to:'be and jndgment'in'the selection"a 'nom ;"j
through the co-operation of membersof Several hundred 'ecclesiastics were'also in wher. from other sections, .to. select candi falling in torrents'atthe time, the auditory acquired in the management of a ward meting inee' for the 'Vice: Presidency .''No'man 1
the Whig party, would be, in fact, to persist attendance. The Most Rev. Archbishop dates. .. We trust Fillmore will be the nomi was'quite respe table-numbers,'and have deluded expectation should 'be"; 'thought! of who',is -

in a measure which would of necessity Kendrick presided. hee-th be will not begiyen: up manifested a lively! interest in the proceed 'that the.bemslvento"tl; i can to 'the '.CO ( the Compr is n'ot'soun.,
destroy the national character of the Whig : The Protestant Episcopal Convention, last m ment -tht bis ;nomination' will be ings.\.The meeting was addressed in a feel. elect a President by'their "unaided ef is! taken upon"'frointhe Northi;' I

party, and make it a Free Soil party. It composed of clerical and lay delegates representing urged as n'act justice to him and to the ing and forcible manne'by' George,Tomp forts. 'A moment's reflection 'will satisfy Prsident Pesident should 'be"a Southern man,Vc onj i

. would be equivalent to a declaration that,in the various parishes and churchesof country large, but, after his friends have son, Esq:. a ditinguied any one of the fallacy of all f such hop who bears the Constitution and the Cmpr eJ
the opinion of those who should adopt this Maryland, wi also meet here on the'l9th done ,their duty,-:,should another, who; is Englandt : presence gave lively aspec Whig p.artyof the free States mise and upon his .
course,the further co-operation of the Whigs of May inst, standing rule, at St. Paul's sound onthe, Compromise,'receive the norni Ho the.occasion.JJ.: Tie. ,' and zealously,supporting Presidential -;/iLhi he tRiobinSRiu1. ; '

of the slaveholding States is not worth having Church. nation, we should: sustain ,him with all our As the editor .of the N..Y.Courier:and candidate,could not in' any conceivable :: And : all -' : :, -
o at the sacrifice of a mere matter of feeling Then we are to have four political C'on. humble'.bity,' an'we trust;this .is spi Enquirer has manifested an anxiety lear 1 him 'a hundred electoral s we. s' ; .

the indulgence of which can be produc. ventions. Such is the character of these, : es every.Whig-in the State; in' manner;'Mr.. Thompson':made: his r contingency'gv ruttning'.a: ._ "t i.:4, :
tive of no possible benefit. especially the two principal ones-the Democratic and that no nominee the .Convention can what! Boston h'e is' informedjthattth ; man on" ..a ,sectional.platform: and thus precluding ,The.New York 'CouT. $r 'Enire of "

It is important that the Whigs of the free and"Whig 'Nationar Conventions get the ,19t of the' Whig, party.of NorthCarolla far, nothing but Christian' ndnes"anJgen: ; "the co-operation', of. theNationalWhigs the'.4th insU h 1e ; .u
States should consider whether it is expedient to nominate candidates .for.the. Presidency without putting Jt, down in black tlemanly' treatment has- marke. could'not carry a single State in the I T1i.Hon.pANII.; WiBiTra amved! | n 4

to go into'a convention for the nomination and Vice Presidency-that -all eyes, JNortbj and white'in.language'_tatwi not admit of our citzens.towards ,\ that.Bostonians Union.' lThis.prpslioo will.'no be gain- i ;; k"login'gi at' the
: of' national candidates .in :'a' manner South,,Et.and %West, .wi1I be, anxiously of 'cavil-that .,he;js "Cmpromis it 'insult'i l that an editor payed, it benighted individual toW House, an; evening
which disclaims the design of doing what In turned s direction,.watching their action meaures feel as ever abroad should express himself J in"a'manner who supposes California-tovbe: a ,boat for Boston; dep' rte4l! / }

necessary to insure the effective: c t>era. and looking eagerly,to. bail i the fnal : : .friends'at, the implying thaftheywcpable! of receiving slav State. .The idea of rejectingthe aid "We take thiaf occasioty to to bur d

\ion.bI the slaveholding States. This is result '. ,7.- .' Ncr .nitingLtor ;this:;,NQ.11 a gentlemen stranger in any other way" Sbuth/therefdrej'and Itdlboplg tot generally, and ,.specially say to those reers
substantially,the-.question, although stated 'first of.the politicaLbodies: to meet 1&Iry North Carolina '11 does 'not.W1 {835, January:!. Symptomi on iktfretulency. uir'ph at the'' elecrion. next fall, is unspeak !ea hayej Addressed'.inqa tries I
,la diilerentterrns, which is presented to them among o a: is.".the' Whig,,State.,.Convention, (jut l't voYIt the' ',":.. .-We intimated,sometime ago,;thai cannot 'make- a( stand to us'on the'subject: that '\!}have. little ,
m! 1he Ttry temperate address which we pub- .ihichsernbles: on "the)\2M.h) of!'May, to j- in' Qmpr0 i >the the Atlas' had nominated "Mr
lish to-day bearing.the signatures of promi- electt l ;.delegates to* their; National Convention -"The. Register' 'also, :'Mr. Fillmore's attack the residencyi'Wa'measure'prelioiinarjrtOthe i and the South'cordially,unite;upon a.'candi- Whig, National 1".Coavvntion;, Politkia'ni,
sent Whig members Congress from seven and perhaps aJI..tOIIDtel! ; Presidential of:Mr. Manguta upon design f6r which:thatp pewa''origin date; fHoWs: it,in11848 T.&Tie'le ir are-yielding totferwat X'the people.'vtith,
,'pf..those States. .They are desirous thai Electors, to TotelO.iD.teen"ng : : administration,'says"Mr1. Mangunhisi aU .to the support ,' Totes te sections. stood'thns: : 'whonh'i.s we -have1 aaystoteAddi,
their constituents jsh. nkT hm t ntt' Then, ; perfect right-to-entertain" ,express'his' establsbe, .time, for,the Presidency.. .dI' J \\" j 'Talori 4' Ca. Webster' ;is"*mote'pppufar! ..tba: anJ other.man1
pr' Scott
the Convention,)p ,cn on follow' National Conventions of thegrtt preference for Gen forwhich'he; ; but'he'jervertthebcial is indebted ". Out f seven Pruit all,but*wc f Aaw 'ree States ', ; ,497J .'7: It'suited thepdrpoae of Certain, diqua.tOcontcht *

terms which they: retei1 with thai political partiesroMhe"country-the position" of North'Carolina,'wbenhe! been Southern M6Mw.>bd '&5lnStt '.. .1 ?. .., ... .\ ,.- .. : ; 'MWestcz'Js"tto&pular; -
rights and the'honor of lheirrespectiveStates' Demortc' Cn"entioo'tomet: on'tne; first totheWbigs : slurs the States hold a'; 'of the votes, ( .- i '-' people j.but .this'hsult'Cd( 'bei "
: To'go' in to'a1 conventloo of this an 'w'mef': n1teletb" Itepl'olt'of.tewalt.: ; have upon act the fee of lhoserStateawiIhbegin; a..JO" i". -_ L" i:" 183" i 12S.: ( : '*Vy******i% t'.'aadIALI;:

character carries with jt'ari:"bblig&tioBjoJbebonnd of .June ':Sillte ;1 confidence,and which tbiynrCno'expressedgreat desirous why te loll theffudvfl,te e .It f will' .not,,..,b&.pretended tb t J& ;$'qrtb f eDg'nc"theopt.. quaI1)fo"r
ih decJsioOT-of'it in : it'any thaiGeui'Scott
y proTidi wt Demoratc,'fationatCr.Ynbon'.t : h / ,; can'do'much betttrtbisyeabth suppose cannot "a4
of reuaioeartbly _
proceedings' nduc la fat ur ek.ta; ground forsuch-cbargesas perpetaatingiv be has man b be"fo'Wd't Hake a' President, rCf the',Whigs,were tojcarry Ohio.and Indiana; 1ht:.'J '.1oilwi.not./usta.hVTMr I ,''. .
These Convention preferr.Thrl'lad ** .f '
to commit' ; thy same together wh .s in. addioar beiricandidatwou1d: still fall fsM.C ptab1 Icf ali
selves or"their: constituents'to responsibility for' thepurpose., br nominating.'!?realden&arElectorvto tUJ i ,,-.TV'em._" f," _J I&vetstsJ'I'" :J:, I ho1rtenples.? f Th Soth.gav :' sections1.: cfe'intjy-rOdereJti'n_ .. i*
for the acts of"an"assembly composed "'stand\Inl array Against .3 f *- -' i!: .tiTot1U his ro d.'f.b.!hUs beleepiji majority:bt eleven"e'tectoraf ybtes"for.Tayrforindf uI.tidn'fa our JQameDi : $1jt.ielectM !- &
.of jnembersv some'bf,whomjnwr'on reserving the Whig:nominees.JVTtw: tb'eh.-'is.Bal TO ,'p'ii: .. : ifiomindtedimeiltbeelectc4 '.. iIey
S 1Wi trbl YUVi. Fillmore?and a'decided opu1artnjoty.foreib&ss&m'1ticks.1'hls'Sdathem
moresoonagaln to'be asli T ; ( : ; earnest '.Ac 1)eD.. '.r" : he '
gbt. party me' to jCnwJb. : The>cene,. Ila t&teaull' sk lt tl 1s.tha: oWthom: c11cTeit' ...
contcsLp; Wcref attempttd.to 'oL; Inttowog abottheere ti1ipa4 JI"e.toQ 4Tbi peplefi} h&f ce $ : el. 1. .
They 'etrDfo j tI'"j
: r f .
bee bJI'io
;85. -a and D' Vp pg ., OQt.UC -c '
o declaration, by the Whig 4t Importance Jo -.; "SViahington ui that city eaJ good .ubati&LJ t atc.wl.biincnle :
and MXMMM T. rA ftKAA a Uit against a'rt11erpmGeMcDffie.ofSOIth. CesI. ,. moW'ofu4eUj. ?" -- t .'!I ; -',:'i t .
Christian Pocnidr&reaL.n4exciog'cnumotl J"' w 'Dbf1 .pt who t wishw well t. cause .H t ( .) .u M
4t1 w '
$ jd:be1.1fof b bolioht3cal'idteretkbfthi !lqS'" otAoi Ct :
will do DV& S/enttor Connecticut
O j : I Countryn'6&e.jjrU.|." 'r", ""!'. "I".- 9 ,. f' 1 ) UD,h. =trwtb..gqi..t. -ib,.:_ J.j ayror -ttt" T'.1.r.it..- .'"-. !""'':, !- "- ,, "..," 0


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D1J11AL COUKTT WHIG UEBTIAG. In reference to the selection of candidatesto already achieved a signal triumph-a succession Vebaye no doubt the heathen. deities were nt.f', "pMh.--r r C' iifjiDii'T ., "- -.- (

represent the same at the next session of of which under the glorious all Democrats 'bat ft's rather" i 'latooiiUtempt .. -< \) ,
,, same_ ? : Mttioimiiiy MAT 11,1852.Mr In ac. wltti J. H. H. !
; :'s Pursuant to notice the Whigs of the Bonn
he General Assembly, andjn regard to any -.4' .' to i into the service OLthCsentgeneratiOn. fi
thenC them
'" ". County of Daral assembled At ,the Court future contingency pertainlng-to .the policy flag. lie was. confident:, waited- r muster ( ;* Editors-Supposing'that any thing T..az.er..
i 3tr4'D.&vemarks were listened to'with The cut however, looks ;in relation? to our little band-of volunteers
:l House in Jacksonville on the evening of the of the party; an' Execntive'and Correspond '" ; 1850. == e
< Committee be ;for the maVkedaUeiition| and elicited i frequent very branch like an angry lLocofoco, just In all NOT 2 Pd F. 3. ".
; 15th inst., and organized by the appointment ing .hereby,appointed ,app I forty men: -under Major/ General Hopkins LMngrton. McConDl k l ; (
S of Gen. EDWARD HOPKINS of St. bounty, whose'dut.1.it snail be to call meet" lause'(; \. v' : .. ousted from? office, and bent on 'breaking ,would be interesting, Fara, idduced'to dance and E.aa mUch pres't, for and 3 eo.dayiatunl Add I.
sch.times IDterests'of the eom'rs
I lOgs at as Dr. HOLLAND observed"th tie) discoveredin things. Yet, of course, we mast suppose'that inform that F. Livingston for its 00
they all left here Wednesday ree'g & .
". John's.Bar precinct, as Chairman, and FRED- COunty, involved in the action of the party, you on .. .. f. N.MCCormlcttor i 0 2I 00 .rigbtWJ3rdOfl.
the audience old and faithful soldier in tbe'classic idea prevailed in the installation da at. "
the 5th
an after the of
.01 CRICK BARRETT! of Jacksonville Secre may demand ; and also to confer with each instant arrival: tendance as Dep. Sheriff on B.
\ : other and correspond with our: brother the great Whig army,'!long a 'residen!ofa 'of this "sOn of thunder." the steamer Spalding with Col. Hart and 'I of county: eootmtaiooers 8o' 11eu]

_\ tary. Whigs in other sections of the Eastern !(District neighboring county in our State,'from,whom Mr. POWERS, who superintends the mechanical others. "20 U Pd Jsaao A. C.Bush GUIett's, bill for :jij* is J
The of the meeting having been coroner, for 1&014.lug .. 1.r
I. object and other parts of the State, and to would be of. the News is skilful 3luqaeatl -
he was assured the meeting pleased department On the 4th instant sent 1
a was
messenger : 18 .
briefly state!-on motion of Mr. BARRETT make public such suggestions as may at any "PdJ.L.flogafur store 00 li1rn
hear. out Col. GEORGE B. in his business, and fully ,competent-as Col. Hart Jte.- J
draft and resolutions time, in their opinion be proper. to Thisbrought from the Enterprise side, by Mr. for court house '
a committee to report 13'U
f of the following 14th. Resolved, That we recommend the PAYNE: who stated that he waS now as ever evinced in bis present display of taste-to' John Houston, that he bad, the day before, ",2l-[ >Ion-.aJdaoD for work 011" 00tbe. '

was appointeJ, consisting ." course suggested in, the above resolutions ready and willing to lend a hand in a good get up a good-looking sheet. seen (some distance above Lake Harney 224)i1'. } Grothe'i.bill for blankets G% t>> rittOUCtsrk ; ,

named gentlemen : .. in reference to a State Convention and the cause-but, owing' to his recent advent in With this change of dress, if, by any fire, which'be was sure denoted,the vicinity I.for jail !
Hon. F. BETHUKE, appointment of Delegates to the National I 26 &Bush, for hold'- 3 (
COLUMBUS DREW, Convention, to the adoption of the other por- our midst as well as the lateness of the hour, means, we could induce our editorial neighbor'to ; of Indians, as no white man lives near that I, .Iques_ on bo CorDe.ofino Bthue' 6 CarTe'CoxJoh

Dr. H. D. HOLLAND, tions of the State. he felt measurably deprived of the pleasureit get a new set of f political principles, point. He accordingly left, by land .for 2 stationery_ for, Probate&C.bi o .,.

40. Dr. A. S. BALDWIN On motion of Col. JI. T. Trrcs, the following would afford him to speak elaborately of we should not hesitate a moment to commend the south' end of Lake Barney ,where he Dee 31 I 3. II. McRor'. bill for same 8 1 Clark.Cahill J

additional resolution was adopted the patriotism and noble qualities of the illustrious the News to the patronage of the will cross his horses to the east side, and go I 17 .dance Jno.Pr two days atten 11
CHARLES E. DUNN. commissioner
The committee after short absence returned unanimously: Chief Magistrate of the Nation; lublic.JQ _ _ in pursuit of the supposed outlaws. If he 1851. I county 4 o Dmick-,
a ,
13 I F. bill
who was so deservedly a favorite with the )'- The Ancient City does not evince fails to discover Indians, be will retrace his Ja and Lrgon' writing Durham,
and reported the following preambleand Resolved, That Col. JAMES W. BRYANTbe 9 ,
resolutions, which, after being read by and is hereby, appointed, on the part of Whigs of Florida. half as much satisfaction. our timely discovery steps, cross Lake Harney, and proceed to ""17." Jno R.Wr.Biggs'Price for for rp'gJ&1 doors 10 O Banner Dixon, jDamish

the Whigs of Duval county, to co-operate The Chairman, in accordance with the : of the "screw loose" in the versionat Lake Winder, where he will meet his supplies ance commissioner" days attend ,
the Secretary, were unanimously adopted: with the Delegates named in the 8th of the | of the Committee Resolutions 27 A. I.Gillett county 4 0 Demere.
recommendation on St. Augustine and Tallahassee of Mr. sent up by lighter take two boats, for advertising Pukes.,
Whereas, we hare assembled! as members above resolutions, at the Whig National to Feb 5 J. McCormick for two days at O
named the following gentlemen MALLORY'S views in to his appointment and his force
regard the side of
convey over east
of Florida to consult Convention with the and tendaDe county 4 Jmll
of the Whig party same rights privileges a commia
the County Central Committee : at l to the Madison Lake Poinsett Mar 10 F. Livingston, E. .. o Des
delegate large the
and take such action as our deliberate judgment as may be extended to them. compose as a leaving horses on the J. McCormick for Bltb. a

may suggest; and also to respond to Col. called Dr. HENRY D. HOLLAND, Convention, as we have shown in respect to west side, at the depot. He will then proceed tendance each as com'rs at Eabanl
and co-operate with our brethren in other being upou, Col. J. P. SANDERSON, its co-delegate's discovery of the element of to scour the country east of the Lakes I E. Butch for days attend 1 0 Floyd,1Fyd.
portions of East Florida who have precededus addressed the meeting somewhat at length COLUMBUS DREW, ance as co. com'r former term 4 00 .
in efforts to establish the principles we in in support of the resolutions reported by the T. E. BUCK fAN, disunion Whigism in our appellation of and west of Indian River, on foot, which I I F. LiTingston's bill for ror-

common have in view: And whereas, Committee. He desired above all others the Hon.OzIAS BUDINGTON. II Union Whigs." We are most compas. may occupy five days or .less. His route, I I Inc T.and N.McCormick other writing for, four& days 6 0 Frost, :J

while it devolves upon us to adopt practical nomination by the Whig National Conven- On motion of Col. BRYANT, it was sionately chided by the "antiquated gen-: he thinks, afterwards, ,will be principally attendance a Dept. Sheriff on OrotheGiIliZGreen.GoinelGunter,
measures towards effecting that organization of the leman" in reminded of south and east Board of countycommissioners 8 *
the juvenili around
Resolved, That Whig papers being our the south branchesor 0
.. essential to the attainment of our object we tion of our present able and patriotic Chief Apt 7 F. Livingston, E. BUtch, Jno ,
State be requested to publish the proceedings ty: ;" but, before we take to the corner," the St. John's, extending from his depotat Pc and J McCormick, for one ,
can have no difficulty in declaring, but are Magistrate, as a meed justice to one who, of this meeting. attendance as'eo. com'rs
proudly confident in professing, the truly amidst the most trying and embarrassing After few remarks from the Chairman, we say, reverentially, we Lad no idea of Lake Winder up to Lake Okechobee. I U 8 F. LiTingston's bi for issuing .80 Gardei
which recognize a boasting of our juvenility of have this certificates, &e. .
American principles we comparative gleaned information from the 5
the basis of our action : Therefore be it- circumstances, bad safely guided the ship of which were enthusiastically received, years," or in the least degree reflecting upon General! at different times. 10 I Geo. F. Skiff for one days attendance 0 HickmHollid:
State and steered her clear of Northern fanaticism the a Dpt. Sheriff on
On motion of Dr. BALDWIN meeting
Resolved That regard the acts of he of the honorable ancient. We The interest Board of
1st. we on the one extreme and Southern dis- seniority and anxiety felt in this section county comisioner 2 O }Iylan'
0 Congress, commonly known as the Compromise adourned! tine die. only meant a play the name of the for the of HU J
upon safety so small a number of
Acts, as a final l settlement and adJust. unionism on the other. Col. S. declared E. HOPKINS, Ch'n.F. Cared forward $233 00 HarreHolm

men of the questions involved in them, andwe that rather than see MILLARD FILLMOREand C. BARRETT, Secretary. paper. _ _ our fellow-citizens, branching forth into a Apl" 23 10 I" A.Wm M.Reed's bi for stationery 211 Harris

will consider any attempt to disturb the Adjustment measures thrown over- Alabama and Mississippi country more or less inhabited by treacherous for clerk's office 10 Had,

them as a blow aimed at the peace of the board by the Whig National Convention, he We on our first an' article and crafty savages, can more easily be I I J.F.McCormick Livingston, John for three Price, and 4 Her.
country and the integrity of the Union. 'flOflIllA 0 A llEPllllICH.JACKSONVILLE P n B copy page felt than days la
2d. Resolved, That we approve of the would most cheerfully and cordially unite evincing the spirit of the Whigs of Alabama expressed-particularly when the attendance each as co. com'rs 180
I I T. N. McCormick for three Jenkii
administration of President FILLMORE, with the Union-loving men of the State and in their efforts to organize for the con- lives of our women and children depend, days attendance Dept. Johns'

believing that by his wisdom, evinced in the nation in supporting candidates for the Pre- : test. They are led by HILLURD, whose perhaps, upon their success.If on Board of county a Sher 60
,. conduct of our difficulties National!' -his affairs loyalty amidst to embarrassing the sidency and Vice Presidency, occupying the Thursday, May 2Oth, 1852. name alone is a tower of strength. acceptable, I will, from time to time, I F.,Irgton's bi for recording 5 5 Knigl KerfflKiost

if nominated such give you such information as I can glean. Mayl7 J. C. Temple's bill for glazing 1 ,
Constitution-his firmness in the maintenance Compromise platform, as ,, The Mississippi State Whig Convention, .23 I F. Livingston, J. McCormick, 2 KingiLed"

of the laws" and his just regard for irrespective of their former party predilec The Whig Meeting. to; nominate delegates to Baltimore, &c., was Yours, respectfully, E. Blitch, and John Price, for

the rights of the Slates-and he has eminently entitled tions. Then an opportunity would be afforded We entertain a high degree of satisfactionat to have met on the 3d inst. Meetings have ARTHUR GINN. I I one F. LiTingston's day's attendance bill as for co.recording com.- 8 0 Lyeu

1 fulfilled our expectations, justly he trusted, to render Mr. Fillmore held in [We need hardly say Mr. Ginn's obliging &c. Low.
himself to continued confidence and the result of the Whig meeting been held in various parts of the State, and 2 5
our sup- ample and full justice for bis patrioticcourse It proffer will be cheerfully received and gratefully I I T.: N.McCormick for one day's .LloyPe
port. this place on Saturday evening was, he Vicksburg Whig comes to us with spirited attendance Dept. Sheriff on

.. 3d. Resolved, That we prefer MILLARD :which avowal was received with ir every respect, all that the most zealous accounts of meetings in that city and appreciated.-ED. REP.] Board of county a commissioners 2 0
FILLMORE as a candidate for the Presidency the The action ot Sep 8 I F. Livingston, J ol Prce. and wI
applause by meeting. friends of the cause could have,desired. Although in Natchez.The. J.:McCormick, eachas themJa
all other who have been OKAO-IE' Morar, above Lake .
over Harney,>
persons those Southern Whig Senators and Representatives at the organization of the meeting, county commissioner 6 =
proposed for that high station ; and if be Steamer James L. Day. May 10th 1852. $ I I F. Livingston, for recording 0
1& shall be nominated by the Whig National who felt impelled by their sense the number present was limited it, in ;a Dear Sir General Hopkins has scoured Minutes,&c. 1 0 OQ

.. Convention, the Whigs of Duval county I of justice and propriety to withdraw from short time, swelled to a goodly; assemblage The editor of the Tallahassee Sentinel the country on the east side of the St. Johns I I T.N.McCormick for one day's a'igf

will give him their cordial support. the recent Congressional Whig caucus, in has been shown a letter which stated that a down attendance a Dpt. Sberf on
of the sterling Whigs of the county ; and to the waters of Indian River, and the Bard of eou 2 0 EDI!
of Duval ,
)I. q county 4th. Resolved will give, That a like the cordial Whigs support to consequence of its failure to endorse the position the business once taken in hand, all wenton memorial to Congress was in circulation for found the country had been burned off; and Nor" 16 1 "" A-.. Livingston. ., E. Butch, F. 2 7 T

a. any other true Whig who may become the of the Whig National Administrationon harmoniously and enthusiastically to the an increase of compensation for mail serviceto as there are no whites travelling through Bethune, and John Price, each The

nominee of that Convention, who has stood the Compromise measures, met his cor- adjournment, at a late hour. We ventureto the Day, and that there was danger of that section, and none at all living in it, we I '*for F.one Livingston's day as co.bill commissioners for record 8 0 Kra

by and does stand by the Compromise out dial and hearty approval; and should the say that a larger preliminary party meeting her discontinuance, unless it could be ob could not but reasonably conclude that it ing, &e. & 1 3 and
and out, and regards it, and stands by it, I 25 I J ohn John Houston,and mos:
National Convention assume a similar position tained. Nearly the whole State is immedi- must have been
with an unalterable determination, as a final has never been before held at the Court done by Indians. We did F. Bethune.for two days

settlement and adjustment of the measures to that of the caucus, it would as a necessary House, or one in which members surrendered ately interested in sustaining this line. A not find any, however, and have since re- ance each as county atn- 120 acm

in it.5th. consequence, be the bounden dutyof all other considerations for the sake of greater public convenience has never been crossed the St. John's to the left bank, and "I ".' E.E. mitch BUtch for and one day do.Houston do. 0 dis( ,
Resolved, That the wise maxims of all national Delegates therein to decline establishing good principles and co-operating extended to Florida by the General Govern scoured the country up the river to this for coming and goig 4 0 tr
I Washington, respecting the foreign policyof affiliating'with men who should be instru- ment and we trust ( the Sentinel ) that I 23 I E. L. bi 3 0 ten
the which have been practically" in a common cause. But, why should there says point. Here we arrived last evening, and I J. L. Hogarth's 2 or E

illustrated country in the Administration of President mental in bringing about such a result. be division, when the Whigs of the State the application will be urgently backed by met the lighter, which had been previouslysent Dec. 8 I F. LiTingston's Court order for his fee 5 T

Fillmore! ought ever to guide the Federal Col. J. W. BRYANT, after expressing to have within view a retrospect of a course our whole people, and pressed with ear up by the General, under the commandof for defending Hou suit 200-0 be

b Government in its intercourse with foreign the meeting his thanks for the high compliment perfectly consistent and in keeping with nestness and zeal by the united delegationin Dr. Speer, with provisions. We will Carried forward 562 3 con lea

.nations.6th. Resolved. That whilst we are opposed which had been paid him by selectinghim their present position ?i Upon the great Congress. The letter states that the compensation leave in a few minutes-the General takinga Deo I 9 8.",F.J Livingston. for'. 2 days as President 6 S cat hi!

.. as to a tariff; to excessive duties- as one of the delegates to the Whig questions agitated, they were nearly a unit paid the Day amounts to $6,500, party up the river in boats, to scour the I. F. of county cmmionen minutes 4 0 apI

and as to improvements, to lavish" appropriations National Convention, stated that he hoped to in the effort to put them to rest by the adoption which, although she is doing a better gene- swamps and creeks along its banks to Fort Livingston, &c. &0 rcordg 3 8
content by a judicious arrangement be in attendance Baltimore that ral business than was is found "10" McQnueenMclntosh's order for ea
-we are at on occa- of the Adjustment measures; and,it was anticipated, Taylor on Lake Winder, while he despatchesa CourtHouse uithea
0 of duties necessary for an economical sion when it would afford insufficient to snstain her. We Ce for defending
administration of Government and pleasure to their fortune to see their work crowned with earnestly command to explore the country on the suit 20000

P to encourage our domestic industry-and, to carry out the wishes of his constituents, as success, and the machinations of those who hope such reasonable increase may be left bank of the St. John's to Fort Taylorthe "Court 11 .Sheriff for sundries furnishedfor 6 50

". provide in time of peace such improvements well as his own individual preferences, by opposed it thwarted. It remains for the latter granted as will continue her services. From next point of concentration. The utmost 1852 Hou 7idc:,

in our harbors and principal livers as may using every exertion, either by voice or to shift their position-to deny their pestiferous the peculiar topography of the State, and cheerfulness prevails, notwithstandingthe Jan 1 I J. W. Bryant's order for h

be necessary to assure our strength within, vote, to secure the nomination of MILLARD find have the want of good roads and public convey- hard fee for defendinR Ct. House 1t 200 0 y
and secure our safe'y without. doctrines-as they they service the command has to under' 12 I L V. Garnie, Clerk, this .

7th. Resolved, That we hold the Union of FILLMORE for President. Col. B.also stated to do to merit a modicum of public favor. ances, the different sections are shut off from go. Indians signs have been seen, and we 13 "appropriated p.Livingston, E. BUtch,John 17 2

the States to be a primary object of patriotic that under no consideration would be consent But no such difficulties environ us. The: all convenient intercommunication, except are sanguine that we shall be able to push Pc and John Houston, each,

desire-and the Federal government to to remain in that Convention unless a same star which guided us through the I by this steamer, and the loss of her service the marauders back to' their limits, if we .fO_I. days f. attendance a co. i-

S be indispensable this to its efficacy from and perma- platform was laid down b,oad and comprehensive storm, now the more cheers our pathwaywith would be deeply felt.Flllmore. shall not succeed in capturing them. I.vu..v.E. BUtch.and.John Houston for 'n btAI
nency ; as sprung only a compromise -
and mutual concession between diverse enough to embrace the entire Na- its light. The same faint glimmeringsof Expression Since writing the above, the General has t n coming F. LiTingston and going for recording and 4 0 AIC.C.A

interests. so we believe it can only be successfully tional Whig party.Dr. promise which greeted us, have now expanded determined to send a small detachment to .other writing 1100 K
administered in the same concilia- A. S. BALDWIN also made few Preparations have been making, by a series ** 91 F. Bethnne for two days a co.
a remarks into the bright beauteous and blessed Fort Gatlin to guard the families in that 4 h:

tory spirit which gave it birth; and we con- in support of the Resolutions approving bow of peace.. The same anchor which, of meetings in New York city, within quarter-information just received having F.b 14 .E L Harrison one &Co. for lok 2 0 0 01ar
sider that for its just authority and the three weeks for ** "
respect preceding a strong 17 H.T.Titus for 3 arT
and affirming the finality of the Compro- amid the elements let down- I assured him that Indian
acquiescence in its constitutional measures raging we I signs have been .3t> C. Oak's bfll repairs O seal
FILLMORE demonstration the friends of
are duties required by the plainest considerations mise measures, and the patriotic administration trusting yet doubting-has held safely and by discovered within twenty-five miles if that pressforclerk'soffice 6 25 &1 11i,

of the National, State, and individual of ,President Fillmore. The course of securely the ship of State, with all the man- that gentleman. The time fixed was Monday place. Yours, &c., 0. H. Mar 6 I A. M. Reed's&c. bill for pter.tambler. 2 31 t1

.. welfare.8th. ) our Senator and Representative in Congressalso ly crew who clung to her in their devoted the 10th instant. We have accounts Apl 7 .LiTingston. E. BUtch, Jno :
Resolved, That we deem it our duty his full that; it was a very enthusiastic demonstra- [COMMUNICATED.: ] Houston, and F. UuDe. for 10
to contribute our utmost efforts towards the met approval-no other course confidence;,and we find those who would 3 days attendance as 'n 00
tion. Daniel Lord presided, with two bun- The gemman what indites the editorials: .E. Butch and John Houston 2 n
could be them ,
consistently pursued
.r perpetuation of the Whig party of the by tinder have given her to the breakers and the billows -
dred and fifty Vice Presidents and fifty Sec- and communications semi-colons and for coming and going 4 00
., 4 Union as a national party; and that with the circumstances. -after themselves buffetting about upon ( all) F. laTingston fo making jury

\ this object, we cordially second the proposalto He was followed by Dr. H. D. HOLLAND, fragments of principle which they seizedin retaries. An address and resolutions in favor of the St. Augustine Ancient Citi-free M'dwingMTtemen'wU e g

1' send delegates called to to convene the National at Baltimore Whig Convention on- who also spoke earnestly in behalf of the a. moment of desperation-come now backto of Mr. FILLMORE were adopted. Letters gratis for nothing at, all, and solely from \ I "Sberifocthreedaysattend-ammHi && & 17 0 I

I were read from Senators Clayton Ber- his unbounded zeal to do faithful Board of comm'rs 6 r
the National Administration serviceto ance on co.
course pursued by
the 16th of June next; and that as Delegates take refuge upon her sturdy planks. '." a 8 for 0
rien, Brooke, and Morehead. Addresseswere the cauSe"-appears to be i in "Republican" advertising
to represent the Eastern District, we in its conduct of our domestic as well as They may take their position; but they who a considerable ro 9
b 7
endorse the names already proposed by the foreign affairs, as also of the positiom as- have saved the must in future delivered by Messrs. Marshall, Lord, pucker about the proceedings of the 'I 10" pp do. do. do. 97 1
ship see that 1
I' 13 W. S. Donaldson for
_J- tR4! meeting of the Whigs of M. John's county, sumed those- Senators- and Brooke, and Gentry. A large crowd also Madison Locofoco Convention-complain burying 1
by Representatives only the pilot takes command. two paupers
trusty 130
4t' VIZ : who recently withdrew from assembled on the outside of the hall, who ing in substance, "that in the setting forthof I Alsop & Bonn for stationery 1
Gen. JOBS SCOTT, of Marion county ; a caucus I The Whigs of Duval have promulged addressed from the for Clerk's and Probate's offices 4 7
1 I Gen.J. M. HERNANDEZ of St. John's; which seemed to be under the control of principles upon which they will be willingto were street. the record, as there exhibited," the names Hay 1O Treasurer's emmmO on .

t JAMES M. BAKER, E&q'loC Columbia; sectional influence.Col. stand-principles that were commendedby The following is Senator Berrien's letter of the delegates appointed to the Baltimore, $1,1 52, at 4 per cnt 45 50
- i ,. And we also name, an our choice for Delegates J. MCROBERT BAKBR being next WASHINGTON, and are still maintained by to meeting : Convention "are not,all placed in the orderin $ -
WASHISOTOJC' MAy 6, 1852. 1.18
.. for the State at large called with which they stood on the list," and particularly CR.
spoke eloquently regard Gentlemen I
upon the best men of the Republic., Independentof :- have received your letter,
1 Hon. E. C. CABELL and to the position of the, Whig party on the their vital declaration upon the "great inviting me to be present, and to address' a that the senior nominee" does not 18 1 Bal. Treas.
Hon. JACKSON MORTON. meeting which it is to hold in as titled 01 I a per
) contemplated appear a gentleman. rendered
that $14
Compromise question-declaring they question," they look, as true Democrats, to : lat a. 2
city on the 10th inst. "of thefriendsof I 2 from U. Bowdenon
":; '. ---- 9th. Resolved, That in thus providing for were Whig measures, and their passage only the interests of the American workingmenand your Millard Fillmore, for the, purpose of nominating We cap account for this gross emission ac. co. taxes 1850 65 42
& an expression oldie Whig sentiment of only fro 'the fact that the has II 1 4 Do. 9OCO
secured through the instrumentality of President in due that eminent statesman for the gentleman do. do.
favoring a regard to I
masses, "'
Florida in the of national counsel ink do. do. 130
l. arena Fillmore and such illustrious Whig Presidency and have to sin- gone oui of good and got into bad 2 D. 0
- ) :ir compliance with'our duty as members of the their security against the competition of foreign express my company 1851
> Webster and others with cere regret that I am'unable to accept the and thai possibly the sin was ,committed J 10 Do. do do. 40 OOApl
':4J.".. Whig party of the country, we take the occasion statesmen as Clay, pauper ,labor. So, also as to internal invitation with which have honored a Do. do. 252-
'-trt if' to express our approval of the patri whom be consulted and advised. Col. B. improvements. It is Whig doctrine. Democracy The pressure of domestic you affliction rests me too with malice prepense.We July 81 D. do do. do.

r1t c ptic and Senator conservative MORTON purposes and Hon.which E. C.actuated CA- also highly approved the position taken by ,has been against it in theory; but, heavy upon me at this moment to permit me are told that the gentlemen of the Nov 2 From U. avr, 18 81 -

Senator Morton and Hon. Mr. abell in to with wishes. British army would never recognize Benedict OO.
% .1?: BELL in common with other So thern as in other of their cardinal maxims, they comply your utterly un- ac.co. taxes 181' 155
fits me for the task which for Arnold officer of address I Do. do. 18400 ,
withdrawing from the recent at the you propose as an him by 2 "
t Whigs, in demanding, as a condition of their caucus' have often dwarfed themselves by compulsorily Dec Do. do. do. 8 0
- ". '. co-operation in the preliminary meetings, 'at I National Capitol-it being in his opinionthe voting in favor of the principle me.But, if the declaration of the title of General}, after his treason, although Cash from J G. Smith, -
.? Washington, an endorsement of the princi- my opinion that he late sheriff, for.licences ,
I commissioned 10 7
only course that could be was a Brigadier by
consistently the continuance of this .
Here, too, while the capital of the country patriotic citizen in 1852
1. which in this State
i. .. :' pies stand upon u'a unit, and our which party are vital to the pursued ; and the same position should be is employed and made'profitable, the masses!I the official station which he"'now holds, and King George the Third himself.. Janyl Cash from U.Bwden. 561 25 ',: .,::

'I : peace and stability of the Union. assumed, he urged, by our own as well as are furnished with remunerative labor-a the duties: of which he has discharged! with SYKE. ". on. &county" do te : 21 0

.;. ,. 10th. Resolved. That our delegates are by all true National Whig delegates at the result achieved both by Whig such eminent ability, fidelity, and impartiality I 1 D .Judge LiT
profession would be conducive to the public welfare Florida Politics. ingston sale ono i
desired and instructed their Co a
ii. '. hereby to cast Baltimore Convention case of its failureto and practice. But, it is needless to elabo. and the appropriate meed awarded by stray steer o 6 75 "
!f .;: vote President lay down a platform declaring it to be,the rate. We are amply satisfied with the an enlightened} and generous. people, for his A friend writes us from East Florida:- 1,47678
'd; as the first-choice of the Whigs of principles if'the ".We'had a fine time of' it'in the (Democratic -
- !1 ,. : ,Florida; and should be not be selected, then determination of the Whig party to Adhereto we have advanced, and the promisewe I patriotic conviction- assurance' of my ) Convention., Thentmostharmony May 10 BaL rem'g, i co. tr'y 9293 1
i to vote for no man who does not onform and abide by the undoubling that, as the nominee Of this& appropriated
Compromise measures have,of their success. of 'the,National and enthusiasm prevailed. The party is .o ,
>Convention for the Presi .. support paupers and various -
in his tie *> '
i : opinions, upon Compromise! .mea- in each and every part. dency, he'would 'comma d the"',undivided enurely united,' unr prospects are netter I '140
,puss 2WTlg'
with the in the New Dress. '.
tures, requirements epecmea ;
than they have been since 1845. The
COLUMBUS DREW Esq. next favored the vote of :political friendS and'of' ;
4th resolution.. .' I -' your : ,, a respectable -' balance in '
andI Tallahassee'have
,. assemblage'with few and I ,We are, happy:to door number your Democratic breth;; Ipeople'in helda tU unappro.5
p : 11 th. Resolved, That our Delegates be go- ,elegant patriotic greet our: next \ '" caucus-and ,have determined to :prtd
I 'rerned by,similar'considerations in casting remarks eulogistic of the policv and purposes neighbor, :" The Florida News," in...a,'new ren intheState of i ia which desire I Jive"'Uth, expreSsion Gen. Scott, Mr.:'Cabell is to go'overboard support, -

i their votes for the' nominee for the,,Vice-Presidency J -. of the present National Administration- dress !and.with'the',improvement, of, its: .title i not, ,merelyas an earnest a, Southern, felt,,man and; ,cherished .but- and give place to G.- W: C; ,This I understand '.The:above is a true account of the receipts anddIabnrsementaof1th.CountyTh1SurT

: ;' n' guided'and 'directed by":;its illustrious Chief i indicated.by,the prefix. The', for the as American ; is'a"settled fact. We' shall have' a ". the
'12th. Resolved, That we ,deem. i it expedient ." '.-'" : type .citizen- looking! to of fiscal year beginning '1stfloTember.. 185O.'and
;. :;. to bold, a. Wing Stale Convention at who had) ) 1anfQUy withstood the assaults reading matter of,the' News is afresh; font, great .Republic, in all isyaedinter plentiful Fall.crop" & .nuts, ,to. crack.' this, Summerand endinZ10tbMay,1852; &uetagbrt. bytta

Tallahassee the'llt of July next to nominate of'. ultraists in both sections. of the Union, of l large,'readablefan anxious'wish. he. may i i qeorg t n' $i', t. Board County Commissioners. 'of--DaTal-- county' ,

,. : & candidate. for the office of R epre en- and'maintained:)his position as President' to the"'eye.. The size of the paper has I Ii nominated and, ,elected I .toJ that high officeifthesesentimepts.may ;iThe above, solar as weave able to inter* afldhiishebytheIroder.rELI1LIVING8TON' l
tithe the State i in and : : :- : be 10."any degree pret it, is'aU a fabrication-without. ;;
Jhe'Dext,Congress, ; : pure the .. fP\w.
for; Governor; also to:choose :Presidential the wW, people with a firmness and honesty i been. .;.also, enlarged to the same dimensions J a ceptable.t tjiemeeting,4offerthemto slightest'foundation:in any fact,within the 'and ex. off. Pre'id -Iae', _

j 'p.. 'electorS,' and to. receive 'the report of the. ,of purpose scarcely without a parallel. ,as ,oar!'own,:sheet, and' :some''' other you as franlyasIenterainthem. sincerely range of,our:.knowledge.l -.Tallakaitec;Sen* .** J ", "aJn.. -,.-D. c : .,

'State 1>elepte..t the National Convention'; Mr._DREW desired in common with.all present changes have been:made-among', 'Jheitof! its -and :bidding you,." God speed Ill yourpatrioticpurposcs T'' '0', ': 1f '. : '. t .' =

4' fudwe bereby.ap.oiDt'. the,:following'per* and the i t r.Vug' of Florida announcement as1 ". A Family : ,:I.subscribe myself! : Arrival, at, the, 1 !
iJy .,andPc4itIcal\ "- GEL' ; I .
) fellowcitizenJ. SCOTT ".
i '!Onl u Delegates to represent the county of .; th1yjour, ; ,AND"THKT.IESIDINCT.:: -Th'e .. -. '
4 Duval in' said Convention/viz :.. VVUDamAlsop. thai' President Fillmore'Should be continued- Pap r." The": idea: is a good,.one, thoughMr. .. c'IBUWlf:$.i New:.';York'Express,;a'leading J 'Whiz paper, :r'-_s.' pr" ,oTOir" t 'JOlIEL.i

t Royal Boulter. Colombud 'Drew F. ia the, position l. to which he .bad been called I .. Lxvr is,the father, of it-as that gentle predicts that. if Genv Scott i is ,run for the <* > .

,CBarreLtH.. E.Sadlerjr.J.I.Hogarth; ., bytbe d ct" e'ofl'lOridence', !" .. ;aj"a'period i. so. man-was': :wont: .-'electioneer with' toys for ket. :LAND.is verstockediwitu,WI1U T.'Thmw! ; ;';Lana York mar- Presidency,:without a distinct ,declaration ;1'Jr;lo.-( ?C.:".Rw.W- E;:Hainnton. & ,
:, J.' C. Hem :lamei Winter,G. Cooper and ; Warrants. m favor of the"CbmprOthis ,/V nnont:wilj ., ..
Dr:, trying vizitfulin our country* history. the babies and'poUtiis l r"th otd women. which" have;poured 'the be'the-- fD"G : -'.t 'J. J.,
I; .t Gibbs Miles ,Price ;.CO S. B. Thompson, intrepidly"within: only,electoral jote. be-'tillobta1n; Ao Gen.B. and 2
: vIS.
j ; iMay1L.2. ;
That thlh Wbig party.of the' State were a"Unlon.and The ,wlf: *'altogether-,- a handsome last lew days. Ther-are The < .
:Alfred Taylor 'Benjamin,'Wilson, JamesPlnmmer. nowquotedu Express adds; however' ,lbat.it will.sup A.J.Vanxbt, & aersats op.fl$ "
:. Compromise"party/Mrl'D.:'considered 1heet..:barring lstelegrapbic l Jupiter,'who follows: $120'-'for the" 160 mere'warrants port him, if nominated as 1t. believes him to WVFatrhurrt,. ..a;' 'M 15.. <" .

the action t an'' ltabllIJ &"fict--fo: ', ; ,that .l1?enthroned' n:the...world} $65 faiths 80 acre' arrants;$32 SO for the be wind 03 the Compr otnidQUtfesrs: j| HQsborn'do; CIA.. MrbIn4'.4.Mov ,
13th.: JKiSSS, TfiaffnVieVof vyitb ,,,. ...J"P ,. ,' ,. .., darting,but& 80; ; } .. i t : .: :MiLneJZLLCltnc
p' .J' ( acre'warradttffct; 50 foPlhi 4Oa riiwarrant. .
rdevoYiI.outh! : Wbigs:'.oJDUT.'county, motto inicribedj'1 : .their ;Bannertbiy;,i jhiid electric boJtSj witboutthi, use- at wUl"be',impo. .aiblA.to }n.: ::1t D@M\Je...b *\ : ; 4 "! .." '.. .
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A Loften Rebecca CLATC or Attorney tLaw DSDEt tT') r__ IDIcTIoNAi': ; .. .: 1.::1'. Ah"1. ."1'"I'. 1141J'U..t..1.' : ; : : : '.h,.-.;'\,". .".i'""''" .' PILie'-1. ,,. '' .,.. SIX: MONTHS:' .;N&ftw.cIa&e t .i .wID'piesint-t .' a4-87: ,b I. -

Dder,AUen Leland Thos H .THE ENTffiE WORK.: N th.ZOVL.cror ;Claarical Ipl.41e'Pu. sad.ueb.n to u.-u.Court sf '
Ak Samuel JM.MetcalfiMA. las located Jacksonvi and wffl attend the 1" ,." ...' Probate of.HamiltonTeo *' slid edcVfcTdlP f PI I
,1IcJrtw, Circuit : in all the *Quart.,..1&1, 'J.CI 1' :- I.L D A" charted from the admiaistratioa of the .
,G A 2 c unties In the Eastern P .1n. f
ddilOn Woo4mU bCaataiuia THK K TIMES UM mattv 'B R 'r COMMANDER Sosannah Love,late of Hamilton couiUyVdioeasJOHN I ': .
O.WN' ,
.Ltkfl' B McCaddenJohn Mellichany, E H W 6 and Middle Judicial Circex\ the Supreme Court otk r Eofuih Dicusanj cotopiM i thiICutry.puIusnD .. N'.F -ljipal. )CXETE: ., e&5 5 : ->

Jlript,VI A Mcintosh, John T of the State;and the Unit] d States District.Court I. THE -- sereralyears DWliCnnl: OU '''. : .;.' ., I
j3&idon Wm A } Eli 2 for the Northern District t Florida. 0..& establison&hooI vacuahand.tM, CJ. s AdaInhtrtQ,; t 4 1
tl1 John C 2 MeRae& Ashley 2Brlndofl Hit time is devoted exd3nvdy to C SJ h eouded respectfully& The aolrhu h b adopted. e. BL.WB1T,8.M.lTH. \
efeui4v4. Legal asia pl wh
T 3 pro- invites the ae Hi Attornev
$ Fielding Joseph I public to call &e" .j I
11port John McAllister William J t It will be'to* constant to'met.. the a "te &lligstorFeb2S185tmar124m; -

BrodnU,William McLaren, Colen OU-Office: in the basement under the "Republi- TE8TXJtIOSIAX.B. friendship and esteem of ht efo and to instil Lesye;Cs; every Tseasy at Uo'elook. Notice' n" ","S' r .

JaCU ,Jim Morgan,SDMcBrady ean printing office. ly maO .Its reputation i widely extended I doubt those principles which P cop the h1 Lv every Wednesday&t". .'p..SIX WEEKS after date bereof 1 s. 0 .., .
Wm intellect and to refine the J Thursday at 10" .. Coiumbt J
rnIm\.Ch&rlu not this edition anTe every .'. A. Hon. the Judge of Probate, 4<
h -
Ipye Leave -
Ban*", obertg Morlock. Wm $20 REWARD. menU from rve eD Without being in the lea It the every TuaX a 2 r.H. county for Letters of Adminiatration Via'&he U-."
h i IDtte :
oolohe, WillS Miller, W L te ae P will be conducted !. i &I3 .1 tato.. of ?.TmIaacchaaa:deceased. t
Jlritton, Wm L.Mackay John BvSrm3C from me on the I**instant'my boy tughO a most thorough system of prcipe ; Lye Palatka every Friday,a t .1 a.x. }OliN E. COLMAN. j"

C Mitchell. J K 30 years old.stout thick; ad sminatlons, whc-experience h 5ugested the Picolata every Friday, at ,10 ". A,._4hhi.Marala 11. ApL 8-6i.

& ,George Morris,George I dark complected, about 5 feet and 2 or 4 inches Pcp hb tt "wee Lav J&n1 every Friday,at 8," r... ',., 44Notice. t
er, HartweJ1 N. high; speaks very quick when spoken to; has a cot Kowledl every Saturday,at 9'* A.K. .' -
O'NeUlMriSA wife near Jacksonville and is supposed to be larking Great inducements are offered. in the war'of The Florida has been built under the specialsuperintendence SIX moniba after date 1 win'pec.entae.

ffikfeun! 0 in that TiciDity. Also,on the 10th,FRANK health and beauty of situation-to parents wish of Capt. Coxetter.and her speed -dmIoistrttorofIhe&of w m. '.
lark,Geo R Oliver, Sophy formerly belonging to Joseph Finegan. Frank il M BEST DETunso DICTIONARY ia the English ing to send their children from home as no pains .and accommodations for passengers are unsurpassed Johnson,deceased,to the HOB Judge of Probate $ r

Cahill, Johnson 2 P. about 6 feet 8 or 10 inches high, about 30 year Language.. will be spared in providing for their comror and by any boat ever placed on the St.John's, forCoInmbise.untya-u ask for sb.1JetU.meat .-" ?
D Pollard. T old yellow complected; does not speak very good Freight and passage as low as by any other line. and allowance of the same,and of my discharge i "I
pimick.Joseph Palmer, Hiram C Jn lish. The discipline will be inflexible, !,Any farther information can be,obtained br applying from the administration of said Estate.' .
Moses The above reward /tat /a and ttugh'md to either of the .
flerriD.Julia Parker, will be paid for the delivery undersigned agents. GREEN JOHNSON. -
Durham, Wm F Plnmer, Scdgwick L 3 of them in any iail, or f 10 for either of them so The course of instruction includes all the branches J.W.CALDWELL,Charleston.. .Administrator* t !
John B Perpa.ll, Abraham that I can get them. 4' ACCTRATH and RELIABLE %"giving a just of a thorough finished English Education, E.W.BUKER, Savannah. Afligtorjan.8;1852._6m.ALL'PERSONS .

1)&nner DiXon,:tjgabeth PitcheD,John Bpmish J. A. SUMilERLIN.ap22tf exhibition of the Language." and a full preparation for any College class. BELLECHASSE. fc FINNEGAN, :Notiee. r.
J C Poucher, John ENGLISH .&ekJonTille. f \
B... REID,Pal&tb. haYing any demandsagiinst 4 "
FrancisPeckham .
Paul Perry,
pmere,WmG James 2 FOUND-Buried in a hill on the place or the Orthorapby;Reading; Penmanship; Phonog'pkz March lumbia Roberts late of Co. > 1:1 .:
pukes 313mTbe county deceased are hereby t"t".b
IJrammar requested to
Geography Ancient i .
pjflEJ R. ,five miles from town, an endless ; ; ; and Modern them '
steamer THORN will present duly authenticated within the time
pukes Thomas Robinson, Joseph ORichardson Chain, which evidently belongs to a large mill. tion History and Declamation; Rhetoric; Book-Keepinu the ,; CoDpsi. .! Leave Jacksonville prescribed bylaw, or they wU! be barred, and all ; i
The owner, by proving ; Botany; on every t" '
E and
Philip property, paying all ocal. persons indebted,to said estate jj
can the Muc,Drawg. Saturday morning 8 a. m.,' for Enterprise; i are requested toimake ,
Euhanks Maria Roux,George S expenses recover same, as there is no immediate to the 1
F Rylander, M. E. doubt it has been stolen and conveyed there. SCIENTIFIC COURSE. touching Pilatka/ Picolata at i past 12 p. m., and leave r .A. J. r. undenifncd-WRIGHT I.1 ., !

Floyd"__.,Davis 1i.. .._._ Robertson_Rn._ .._ J.m..JI, S J G Apply tomylS2t HENRY D. HOLLAND Jacksonville. .THE- MOST COML ACCURATE, Intellectual, Moral, and Natural Philosophy; at before Montlay'Tuesday 8 a.10 m.p.,m.arrive; Leave at Enterprise same day Shez" ..administrator.a > .. F. 'f
IUJ.v. :Meachel -on ---S- --- AND RLL T Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic; Geology.MATHEM at 1 p. m. for Pilatka, arriving there Wednesday T'C Uect r'li Sale .. I.

Frost Fiupatrick?J W Stringfellow, R H NOTICE. COURSE. mOrniDJagain touching at Pieolata at 2 p. m., II Tvta.? of the power vested in me y-ti; .'i :
and arrive at Jacksonville shall 'i
G Smith, O. L. 5 COURTS In and same day.Way pas etpose for sale before th>Court House i '
for Jack- .
JUSTICES diM ; Agebra; Gcmetr Trigonometry sengers landed at an,point on the river. doorlnthetownofJsoniecconof. t .
Grothe, Wm Stephens,William District will in future be heldon ; Surveying Geometry For passage or freight apply ou board. val, on the first Monday in June between .. I
Gilligan, Edward Sillient George the third Monday of each and every month. 9 ; Differential and Intega Calculus. P. S.-The days that the THORN is unem- the legal hours of sale,the following described ; :
Green,James A Smith,John Those interested are desired to take notice. ployed Jacksonville 4 J
COURSE. will be appropiated for property, or so much thereof as will the State
pay -
Emanuel John 0.
Standland ..
Gomel I OLIVER WOOD, 4 towing vessels to sea or in the river for and County Taxes 't
due thereon
or for the 1851,
Gunter,James W Sargent, J ames A JNO. W. PRICE Latin; Greek; German; French.A towing rafts,should any to wit: year, t1'1 .

Garden, Sam Spears, Hugh A Justices ofthe Peace. course of Lets will be delivered during offer.Feb.. 19, 185-3m.. Five hundred sad twenty-eight acres of Land: ?1 i,,1.4 it
II Storer, Abm D Jacksonville 11th _j i
May the year anon and The situate, lying and being in the of "
Hickman,Joseph W Stevens. Samuel 13-3t [News copy 2t] School will be with Chmist. Steamboat Connection Pottaburg Creek," and Is numbered swamp Big 'i.n.e t
Holliday, Georgianna Silcox, lute C ratus and will furhe opportunities a st app I BETWEEN BLACK CREEK, CHARLESTON Fifty-one the Plat as Section l l "
ample upon Three
Township Scnth
Hyland, Hugh Sander, Mrs. Moulata Dissolution of Co-Partnership. '
L coming acquainted with Science and the practicaloperation AND SAVANNAH. range Tweuty-eeven East in the office of the

Hart, Roubin John Saunders,Joe T. THE Co-partnership heretofore existing be- And other members of the United States of its laws. mHE steamer THORN leave Surveyor General of Florida. Said Land being ''. W. .

Harvey, A C Jacob H R. Boulber, P. Moody, and H. E. W. t The Acaemc year will be dived into four Jacksonville every Thursday, owned by the heirs Francis Goodwin, or owner, ,,.,.
Holmes Clarke under the style of R. BOULTER&CO., quarters weeks each. may en- I immediately jn the arrival of the unknown. URIAH HOWDEN. \
Harris. S L Taner,Joshuw.yHand is this day dissolved by mutual ter after the commencement of and I Florida, for Black Tax f r
W W consent, by the any quarter, Creek, taking the passengers Au'r& Col'r D. l.
Joel E C TiUis Trundy,David, Geo withdrawal of H. E. W. Clarke. tth6Z be charged only from the time of their admission. and freight destined for the latter place; and will Jacksonville Fla.,Nov.6, 1851. 13-td ,. Ii 1' 1
Hedrick The business will hereafter be conducted by TERMS arrive at_Jacksonville on Friday, in time to pu*. Tax !
Joel Tewell S D Collector's
Hall, I Thomas,, A Messrl.style of Boulter R. BOULTER and Moody&,CO.under the name and !. President of the United Stte Board and Tuition, including lights,{fuel, and the Florida return, for passengers Charleston.and freight this on board the Y VIRTUE of,the power vested Sale..in me by : t.i )
Session of five By arrangement P
Jenkins Richard V. that wahg. per monts. $120 0 M9 Law I shall for sale before the Court ,
R. BOULTER. turjxuta the Creek expose
tn price freight and from Black
French 6 t.
extra, passage
Mrs S M Mrs Sarah J Etoogc Geran House door in.the
Johnson. 0 town of Palatka of
P. Englith Language. county
MOODY.H. to Savannah and Charleston will be the h
K W. A Music (including use of Piano) 15 same u Putnam .kt
,on the first 1
E. W. CLARKE by the other boats.BELLECHASSE Monday in September,1852 .
Knight,Mathew Woodhull, Marus L Fancy Drawing 5 00Painting between the legal hours of sale, the following described t '
Kermich&el J D Wickson J Persons having claims against the above firm, in Water Colors" 9 0 March 31 & FINNEGAN, property or so much thereof as will pay .Ji .1,.

Kiost, John Gottlob Wheeler, Henry are requested to present them for settlement, and I Oil 12 0 Ageuts.NE'V the State and county Taxes due thereon for the ..

Kujgman, Francis 2 Woodruff, Elias those indebted threto are notified to make settle Including Instructions in Perspective. from & HACK LINE year 1851,0 wit: 16,000 acres more or less of : !

L Wess,Edwin ment. ture. Land situate,lying,and being in Section 38, of .' 'Hi !
Ledwith,Michael Wright, John May 3, 1852. 1m may 6 .1C (Payable quarterly,in advance.) From Alligator to Ocala, Florida.The Township 10. S.,of Range 2a, E.: Section 57,of \:

Lycnrpus,George Wallace,Joseph FOR;DAY STCDEJITS. Township 11, S.,and Range 25,E., and Section : J:1 .
Low,Washington White James M 0. D. OAK, English Studies and Mathematics, $10 -t subscriber takes this method 38 of Township 10, S., and Range 28, E., ad. to
0 informing the public that he has 1 2
Lloyd Wm H Including the Scientific Course, 12 38, of Township, S and Range 26 E.; -
Watchmaker 0 now in sucuttsafnl operation this route,comfortable -
and Jeweller upon amid Land being returned the of Ro. \
Persons applying for Letters in the above list I LatinaudGieck, 15 property
0 and safe two-horse HACKS, which run bert ;
Trill say they are advertised or they may not get JACKSONVILLE, FLA., U Every scholar (Payable quarterly,i advance.) in connection with the Eastern and Western MeHardy by G. R.Fairbanks AgeD& ;

them. MARK BUTTS, E; Would respectfully inform the public that A liberal deduction will be me for pupils in Stages from Alligator to Newnansville, and to Tax Ass'r fc, CoH'r S JLT.BOYD, -l I.

Jacksonville May 14,1852.-Zt. Postmaster. he has taken the shop on Bay street formerly the Primary studies. .. Ocala by Micanopy twice a week: leaving Alligator Palatka Feb.19.18S2.-tda., Putnam county t

occupied by William Grothe, where he is N.F.BROWN. on Mondays and Thursdays upon the arrival .

:Ear Diseases.-.Deafness RadJea1ly; prepared to execute all work entrusted to his care Reference of the Eastern Stages,and run through to Columbia Co. Tax Collector's Sale. 1

Cnred. -Dr. LE BRUNN offers to those suffering i with apl despatch 29-tf and in workmanlike manner. .A very ;' E _Hon. WILLARD HALL,Rev. S. R.WYSKOOP, .Ocala__._.sons n__to connect. .the Stages. "from Palatka. L. toinesoayana virtue of authority I vested in me by law,! .t ..
.L on 0
from Deafness infallible AURAL REM- UORRY UHAMBERS, O. IXO.VESWilmington.Del. ampa Da.y rnaaymgnis.He
his 1ev. lapt. 1. for sale
XYXXT Et U Vil would further, assure passengers who may expose in front of the Court 1 .tm1t
EDIES which have been successful in Tin Copper and Sheet iron ; Dr.MtLLEE-Brandywine House door of Columbia County,on the first Mon '
nearly Del.;Rev.-T. BRADFORD,Dover, Del.:: Rev. take his line at Alligator or Ocala, that, if they 1
gEE THOUSAND CASES of confirmed Deafness. WORKER.The lge.. N. Y.; Hon.J.OLI- desire to proceed on to Black Creek, they shall day of June, 1852 the following.described tractor 4 'lt

These remedies have been by Dr. & pam Rockell.Brooklyn, N. J. Teach- be accommodated with comfortable conveyance, parcel of land situated in said county on the 'J
pronounced undersigned is to A Medord Suwannee river, near Livingston Ferry on said r- ,
prepared performall
m-THEo Rev. CANs, Rev.Z. at reasonable rates of fare,as if the linn continued 4
Kramer, of Berlin, Itard and Delean, of Paris' eja kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet IronWork L A. HYAT DeL L. BARROWS- through to that point. river containing 400 acres owned by Amos Bin- '

and Curtis, Pilcher Year by, of London, as the II n, such as the manufacture of light RELIABLE Diction MANSFE, nov; 27,'51-ly Every attention within his power, as to the ney or heirs, for taxes due the State and county : .1 R 1
_? Culinary Utensils, making and repairing Adover M. comfort of passengers and the safety of baggage for the year 1851. State and county tax *9 90. 1
most wonderful and effectual ever applied for diseases -
_in Gutters and Spouting for Houses Tin Roofing Female Institute. ,will be rendered, and he most respectfully A. J.T., WRIGHTV : f
r of the internal and middle ear. They ,Tin and Zinc Coffins, and all kinds of work Jackonve solicits a share of the public pat-onage. Sheriff Ex officio Tax C'tor. f. ;

comprise three different courses for the various appertaining to his line business,which will be THIS TJUTI0l having been in suc CHARLES F. FITCHETT. Alligator, Deo.13, 1851. decl8-td- .' t
t executed with promptness and despatch. operation more than two years, Newnansville,April,1852. 15-3 m.
that effect the In-
diseases external middle and (J9: > Orders for articles, or services for the will hereafter be under the joint control of Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale. i
ternal ear. If the disease is confined to the external -
ear,their affects are apparent on the fifth country will be promptly J. L.attended HOGARTH to. MISS P. SWART AND MRS M. MARLOW.Mrs. E.L.MRKISON&CO.ON BY VIRTUE authority in me by law'vest d ,yI

or sixth day. Dr. LE B. warrant a cure in every -. May 6-tf Jacksonville, .AGES TOLL ELAPSE before any other Dictionary MARLOW has connected with I. ,'I will expose for sale, in front of the )
case, where the year is perfect in its formation. Eay-st. of the Languagewill b required one of the most popular Academic at Greenville, BAY STREET, FRONTING LED-- Court House door of Nassau county on the first i"
He from those who bad S. C., and with her the of June 1852 .1 m
I has eighteen certificates Astonishing Intelligence! brings highes tetio WITH'S BRICK BUILDING. Monday the following described '
been deaf from infancy, whose hearing is now nials of her character and succes a tracts or parcels of land situated in said county: ,.
eomjUtltly restored, and who are now enabled to The Cash System Adopted She also refers to Col. B. M. PEN and Mr. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. One tract containing 250 acres,lying near thtf ree"t '

learn the language. Over twcnty-teven hundred at the GROCERY&PROVISION STOREof W D. BuJB.of this place. -oo- idence of Mr.John Higginbotham on a swamp IJU I'
cases of Deafness have been successfully healed by the Subscriber, in the of LL. D..of Std author o Miss AIT tenders her thanks to her friend mIlE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully Inform called Little Mills;another lying on Funks S
him. Certificates to that effect may be seen on Jacksonville !!! I C ." e and the public generally for the liberal i their friends and acquaintances that they Swamp,'containing;250 acres. These lands an;:. jJW t
them have established themselves in the mercantile
application.Patients. and respectfully informs described-by"surveyors as belonging to Sanchez .
by sending a few particulars of their HAVING just received and opened my large Books '/it for Six Millions of Readers a receivd formed association with business in this place, and are now receiving and and are sold for taxes due from 1845V Taxes dues r' 1.1

ease, can have remedies sent to any port. Terms: .Stock of Goods, selected with the United States! Mrs.Ma10w..which goes into operation on the opening at the stand above named, a full assortment the State$15. : .'i.
Fire dollars consultation fee; ten dollars when express reference to the demands of this Market. let of March,an additional number of pupils can consisting of Dry Goods Fancy Articles, A. J. BRADDOCK f..
the hearing is restored to its original IlC1 mtu. 1 take pleasure in informing the citizens of this be received into the institution,to whom a faithful Groceries, Hardware,Boots; Shoes, Hats Caps, Shpift"and ex off. Tax Collector. !, po)
place and surrounding that Semi- LibraryfffTHE conscientious of will be Bonnets &e. &e., with variety of roods
N.ll.-Dr.LE BR UNN'S"Treatite the Ear country they are now Pta' monty and discharge duty every nov 27-tds '. i. r'
cm ready for sale, at remarkably low rates for CASH cheerfully! given by both the teachers. usually kept in a Dry Goods Store. Which -
and itiDiteattt" and Treatment ofthe Deaf and only! An enumeration of the multitudinous articles STANDARD AND ATTJ1ACTIVE WORKS Mrs. MARLOW will devote particular attentionto they offer for sale as cheap as they can be State or Florida, County Doval.. ': :: :;
., -translated from the French-Price onedollar. with which my Store is supplied is deemed F Trvdl ana tM Fireside. the French a well as to the uu purchased at any establishment in the. Southern Sarah A.FaJana? 'I 1JosephTF&1ana.

unnecessary: suffice it to say, that I have everything English Dpment. country; their entire stock having been selectedby > m
Address Dr. LE BRUNN, Union Square New in the distinctive characteristics of Series of the firm with much and attention '
(save dry goods) desired way of t.hs Term eleven one care S ; m
York. apl 22-1 m Familysupfles. H. T. TITUS. JL are1 L-A regular periodical maila- per quarter utc and with view particularly to this market,they BILL FOR DIVORCE. .

Jacksonville Fla., Feb. 19, 1&2..tf. .like the Magaes. 11.-Good paper good Orthography, reading,writing,andarithmetic flatter themselves that they will be enabled to appearing to,the Court,by affidavit that .1. j_ .
and both for the travel- -$400 I
For Sale-Private print, portable give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them Joseph Falana defendant to the above-stated "B
or Public.The 'it '
Groceries Groceries ler's pocket, for the Library. III.- Grammar,geography, and history, 50 with their patronage both as to the prices- and Bill resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, :1 ;.
The subscriber having entered into a J Bk that are worth reading and worth prese"iJ. The higher branches of the English quality of their goods. and out of the State of Florida,but within the .1.
RECEIVED per Sch'r Melrose, direct .-A large amount reading (tor a small education -600 will be receiving
The Subscribers
.,.positiYe engagement to locate in another: JUST constantly United States, IT is ORDERED, that publication .
state New York, a full and well selected as- pnce.The. Extra charges for instruction in the Frenchlngage such additions to their Stock as the state of ii'
offers for sale, at reduced prices, about 400 be made in some newspaper,once a week for the ,4 .'
Acres of LAND, in this vicinity, lying on Mc- sortment of GROCERIES,adapted expressly for publisher proposes,In this seres. to try the and drawing. the market may require, and having made t arrangements space Three Months requiring said defendant '
Coy's Creek, and extending on both sides of the family use, consisting in part of: New York City experiment of giving goBo 'low price department of this Institution, is in New York,orders can be supplied to appear plead to,or answer said Bill of Con- : f.

Alligator road one mile, and two miles on the cured Hams, Shoulders and Bacon, Sides, Mess -so low a price, indeed very large sale under the charge BIYA an accomplished at the shortest possible notice. plaint on Monday the second day of August ensuing '; &14.f r-
King's road; its eastern boundary being within Pork, Fulton Market Beef Pickled and Smoked only c make it performer on the Ha Piano Forte, and Gui Hides Tallow, Beeswax,and Buck Barns win the date hereof or the said Bill will be taken
half a mile of the market house. The buildingson Beef Tongue, Smoked Selmon and Beef,Bologne form,the size ofthe type,the quality the tar. Pupils from ,can b accommodated be received in exchange for goods. pro cmfesto'against him, and such further ,ft'l

it are new,bnt mostly in an unfinished state, Sausages, Makerel, Codfish, Irish Potatoes, Sugar pp and the character of the works themselves, .with board,in respectable fel. from .Friends and customers are respectfnUysolicited order given in the premises as to the Court may .f 4, .
and cost about $1,000. There are also on it a Lemon Boston, Soda. and Abernetby Bis. as are calculated to be acceptable to those $12 $15 permonth.Feb to call and examine this stock before purchasing seemuscet.. I !' !.p f.
variety of young fruit trees, viz.plumbs peaches, cuits Smoked Herrings, Goshen Butter, Leaf who, in search of entertainment,either at homeor :26-tf elsewhere. E. L. HARRISON, THOMAS DOUGLAS.- .' t

apples,white walnuts, quinces (choice varieties,) Lard, Catsups, Preserves and Pickles, Dried and abroad prefer a readable and legibly printed J.P.SANDERSON. Judge, &e..&e. .'. I 2g..i
Cgs pomegranites,scnppcrnong grapes &c. Also Green Apples, Dried Peaches, a choice selection book, to a saty double-column, To Persons out Employment. _September 1, &. .tf., STATE'OF FLORIDA,> : .
and assortment of Stuart'. Refined Candies, &e. .
two valaable mineral temporary pamphlet.In CountyofDuval. f llZ't.
will also dispose of his growing crop, consisting The undersigned would also respectfully inform the selection of Books for the series,it is Intended American Gift'Book :1852. Paper',Hanging'Depot, 1,ISADORK V. GAKTTC, Clerk of the -Circuit -t;'

in part ot fifteen acres of corn, four of his old customers and the public in general, that to combine amusement with utility:- To Clergymen, Postmasters, Teachers of Sdb- No. 44 Courtlandt-street, New-York,'op,site Court or the Eastern Circuit of Florida for Dnval ', 1 3 f.j l
oats, three of sweet potatoes, fifteen hundred he has on hand in addition to the above, Standard and OKn of TRAVELS,HISTORY bath School, Book Agents, the Merchant*Hotel.rulE county.do hereby certify that the above Order is oftrue
mellon hills (flourishing and well stocked with A FULL (AND BY HIMSELF CAREFULLY ECONOMY, and SOCIAL and Head Stue a and correct copy of the original now on file 11 j fi.-
young lemons) three hundred hills of pump- SELECTED)STOCK OF DRY GOODS, PHILOSOPHY, chosen with reference to an of Famiiu. Croton Manufacturing Company (organ- in my office. S I rP' .
)kins and mammoth squashes and one acre in of almost every quality anil name, suited for the attractivejrithyand entertaining ttyle of writing, ,EMPLOYMENT.SEARS' JL. land under the General Manufacturing Law "lit WITNESS- WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my j 'I
garden vegetables; among them one thousand SOUTHERN MARKET. \ as well as for their alitf and auti.enticity-these AMERICAN PICTORIAL BOOK ofthe State of New-York) offers at wholesale,in hand and affixed the Seal of said Court this 19th. '. i1 r'i

cabbage plants (some of them heading finely,) His stock consists of a well selected assortmentof will be wit lzgh and hlO ,removed to 181 Will quantities to suit purchasers,at MARcrACTcrxzKs' day of April,A.D. 1852. S apL23 ; i; tfPoIis
and Goods work*, such as those HOD, TtacES,for cash or Approved credit r "J
peas, beans, beets, carrots, parsley, lettuce, celery Staple, Dry Fancy Ready Made LOWEST
,cucumbers turnips onions, leeks eschalots Clothing,Cutlery Hardware together with Crockery whose cheerful philosophy and true humanity are street, (near Spruce,) New York Paper Hangings,of. every variety of style and tt' .Indian :Xoxecwt.-. .: '. i '

lie. &c.Also ,Glassware,Boots and Shoes,Hats and Caps, as remarkable as h genuine and mirthmovingwit. BOOK GEN WA. price. __ "v > of
a Brick Yard,with one of Hall's patent Saddlery; in short every variety of Goods usually The subscriber publishes a large number-of Borders to match. ., Testimonial front,a XUgiIar Physician.- :t
moulding machines, two iron mud-mills, chain kept in a Dry Goods Store. Pric 25: Cents per Volume, or $5 per .1- luost valuable books,very and of such a Fire Board Prints in great variety?* The following certificate ofthe efficacious qualities '. .

pump,&e,and from fifteen thousand to twenty All kind of country produce taken in exchangefor num, if paid in moral and religions pop while good Transparent Window Shades. of this Medicine is from a regular physician. .n

thousand bricks,recently burnt. Also plantationtools Goods at the highest market prices. Thus[ giving TWEHTY-FOUR V avnc. $5-the men may safely engae in their circulation, they Oil Painted Window Shades. Columbia. county: Sy ;J
and utensils, a few kitchen and household All the Goods will be sold upon very reasonable usual price of which would be about$15. will confer a bnfit.and receive a'fair Wide Window Curtain Papers,.and. POTE-GROVE Columbia co.,>. .,.

articles stock,tie., &c. terms. Customers would do well to call and examine Postage under 500 miles, I cents; over 500 for Window Shade Fixtures, E.E.,Februiryth-1S52. < ;
On Monday,the 12th of July next,what remains for themselves before purchasing elsewhere and*under 1500, 1 cents; 1500 and under compton.ounJ of enterprise and tact,this business Ofthe latest styles and superior finish all of their DEAR Sn:.1 take the first opportunity that has i --

unsold of the above property, will be offered he being fully assured that none wi go away un- 2500, 15. an opportunity for profitable employment own manufacture. andimport&tion..Aa their stock presented since I saw yon to write yon as I
at PUBLIC SALE,mthmtt resent. saited as regards the goods and prices asked Volume now Ready.,. seldom to be met with. There is.not a is large and entirely new', theybaTite Merchants, to do, in reference to your Indian Loxecust.promiaed J -
The lands will be divided into Iota to suit pur for them. MORRIS KEIL. HOME SOCIAL From the tow the Union where a right hone and well Booksellers and'dealers intheseartidesto call Below 1 send you my certificate:',- .- -
chasers. Titles Corner Ocean & St. .1 PISP. fail selling 100 volumes and examine their styles and prices whenever they S : ,
unquestionable,and term aecommodatittg. Bay Inimitable Hohol Word. Edited by disposed person can t T '.Pil'fJGltoVE.CollUllbi eo.,> -
Jacksonville, Nov. 13, 1851. t Charles cent ,according t the populotion.. visit the cityvCountry Merchants examine this stock from tE.FFebruary29th,1852.5 '.. :t -
In the absence of the subscriber, E. J.AU- following will,be among Numbers: I Published an important can Mr. Egbert Potnsett : : .'
tl ei Jut Natina 6 o'clock in the morning till 10_o'clock sin:the Af
DON, Esq., will be authorized to act for him. New Goods I New Goods I IJBAt COPT'RIGHT woaJ. I Work! evening.,*, ., Dear Sir cl have used three bottles of your Indian ',' .. .
IDA PJEIFTER'S JOURNEY TO TrI York March 11852.. April Loxeenst-all succeeding Admirably One "X
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,May 20, 1852. Wholesale and RetaII.3TUST lated ,for this series by.Mlss Cooper. A new and revised edition of our picir'De- New- of the bottles'was used in a ease of Chronic Dy-. -; .jo 1t'

-1&eUonyIDe is growing rapidly in population RECEIVE. direct from New York, a expressly AriD AN AMER CAl F AIJB scription of the United States, for Tallow Grease, OhioMineral syntery which had produced prolapsus sal,or pro ,'
and trade. a, of Fashionable Spring IK W. By TAu. .Olmeted. With Wood- and improved,corrected by the last census, with Oil* and* 5 trusion of he rectum,which had baffled all other _' < ;
The Republican" and "Georgian Savannah Dress Goods,of French British and American EKCL.- Cottages,fee. A Narrativeof full descriptions and illustrations of the Gold Regions :Paint. remedies that had been tried, (and these were"not ,t

,Ga.,and** Courier,"Charleston, S. C., are Mautr eom i part- an actual foot in by an Ame- to. &o.;.700 pages large octavo. 300'barre1s Machinery Oil;price 79 cents a few.) The result was a final cure with one .ti -
requested to give the above three insertions, and cord Gingh American do. rican To. England Pictorial Description of China and India, 6 .' : botUe. Your Indian Loxeenst is the most positive

forward their accounts,on or before the day of French, English, Print THE WORLD HERE AND THERE; or.Traveller's pages; and Thrilling Incidents of the Wars of '2,500 gallons same,'73 cents in casks of various and certain cure for Dysentery and Diarrnceaof :
sale Furniture : United pages-retail price $2 per sizes. S remedy that 1 have as learned the .
,to the advertiser for payment. Chtz. Fig'd a Pl LaW 'Cotes.' From "Household Words. Edited by Sta 6 5 any. yet KM .
and Mal s Charles Dickens. volume. 200 barrels boiled Paint Oil,55 eta per gal. of. Ii Respectfully years,'&., < ." :
Do.JaekoneU, and Fig'd Swiss Muslins. The Adventures of Celebrated "do- do do do P.W.CATO.M.IJ.N. .
Brought to Ja.Ll9 P 'Hoiint Nuunf er, Stories from Household Rcmartle 0,000 gallons r. "
Words. Edited by Charles Dickens. Pens illustrated with engravings. 'in casks of various sixes.' B. Send,me. another. supply immediately.
O N WASHINGTON.the tenth of May, a .Negro he man named Cbr and Jackonets,plain and checked, 'uL-T.cit BOOKS,MEN,ASD MAUSERS. !olue, 4 pge royal octavo. ,Cloth.gat.. 350 barrels Tanners' Oil various kinds andqualttiesfromSto60eentepetgl. mar 11- rw.c.T6 11
Says belongs to : -
Silk ,very rich pat Retail price $ 1. .
BENJAMIN SINGLETON, Lowndes. county Brge_ Tel. HUMOROUS eDE.7l' Our publications are too numerous to be described in casks of various-sites,"va- -:. Druggists: -
tr" Ittuttm- gallons
Ga.-abont twenty yean of age, dark complexion Wide Silk,very cheap, Male Wok t numerous in a advertisement. "" rious kinds and qualities,from 85 to 50 ApotlieeariePeifumers Confectioners.. Patent j
: five feet four inches high. Says he has Florence Silks of : to embark the enterprise -- '
and wishing
every WHIMSICALITIES. One volume. Any person i cents per gallon.. .Medicine Factors and Dealers m
been *
runaway two weeks.M.. FREEZE, Crape Shwl plain and embroidered, Mils HOOD'S Own. A further selection,with Comic will risk little by sending t the,publisher$23,for "I 60 tons tallow grease, for heavy bearings.and' Toilet and.Fancy .Ar ida.c U
Paris ,Black and col'd Lace which he will receive copies S -
sample ToU coarse machinery or -
Jailor, Columbia county East Fla. Dlnstrations. One volne. carefully PBACnCAI. ADVISER, .Com. j
Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, works,at wholesale prices, j'casks,1 of auyconsist.ncyrequired.Price : THE l '
May204f Lind Polka Gaiters Wall AKD ODDITIES. One volume. affording a very liberal per : of over.One Hundred Recipes,for ". I
sured and 6 cents
pound. '
Jenny ditd per ,
Thomas -
RHINE. Hood. tbv I
By ue
THE Druggists, Apothecaiec.Perfamers, -
Bootees. Opera Wit eentaee to for With tlee Mineral Paint in barrels at j
S Bronze-tipped Gter One Agnt h tuble. r 150 tons Ohio Confectioners.- Patent .
Medicine Factors
Notice. Single Ties, Buskins, Slippers, com iutO Tolune. be will soon be to te 1031 u the lowest market price : and -
ar '' Dealers in Toilet
WILL be sold at Public Auction, on St. The most approved styles of Spring Bnebt apl2' S able,and rder* .. .-, ... ,.- ,JlfediM ryOi4warrantednot to'ehilLIn the'I and FzseyArtielea. Edited by:. T .

',Beach on SATURDAY,22d instant Do.Children Hats, Silk Bonnet,rch ,Agency..for Scott & ,Co9*. .w e solicit orders from the trade, f&he ,-andschool coldest weather-and considered by those using it HORACE College of EVERETT Pharmacy;Graduate in the and Member of the' .$- _
anO'o'clock.A. M.ror the benefit of'all concerned trimmed and of the latest ., committees for books,to" 1 furnish equal to sperm oiLBoiled -: - : city'of'New.rork. ;
,the HULL OF THE BRIG nE VIE WS. those of all the-pnb- Also-The celebrated Recipe.Gt.Prot'eaorwn-; 1
LEONORA French FlowersrichBoniiet and / Paint Oil qua.o'; Linseed. .OH,other I .
stranded at the month of St.John's river.toge : lb. S been duly a.uthorlse&by' ou ownlublicons., on the most liberal term.Cutme than for,white- '.1' lard,formaking good Soap af one cent per pound :.:- .fe.w _
Gentlemen'1 Wear- rfllHE
ther with her/Tackle,. Apparel,Fornitmrt and '_ underpd! to receive orders and 1r can:proeure subscribers _I am constantly receiving large supplies the that will wash better and quicker,without labor ,": ; 1
BootsGnitersandShoe ; .. '
A Lo Works "make baad'somepr0fitWdU1ta3flnO1oU. than any other Soap..eV8l"maawtac&nred..nta. ..- -.
: and motto Is Smallprofit ,
the British an ; above named articles, my ,
r to "
rI&m 'ttme' Ready ,a assortment, subscriptions, alone is worth times the of the book to'
Rm. '
and place;sundiy articles me Ct.hg sld receipt of r ,andqufckr.tun*." :'. fifty price, _
telon&nTto consisting, family. .Exclusive wholesale j ent forth*
of SHIP STORES their ttfc .. any
a.i Bd e fffl B-.FJ.PON1)
Country merchants supplied'fo-cash, on terms Review; 'lerns1 t pe i r : ; United SiaUs Canada, =. "
Terns Cash Thei4ondonQtiarferly. .f containing 56 Water st<, (under the Pearl st.House) : and l' _
to New YorkprioesThe country publicare "" m. -f p .
May 17 Auctioneer.SELLUfO equal 'The Review ; Persons disposedtoact "
; solicited to call and examine G Ediriburic > F-. ,, uartienlan,with "DctiU the terms onwhich 1 lSm.-f': :"ewYrk. ; 400 Nassau-street N.Y.1 V

,. : .. tbeBrickCuhSrQn p. .'' The No'Bri'Review.The __ as Agents Willie.tlet.ber.wt.h'addressing* .PriM 0'Mats..,Peat Office Stamps;enclosed .h-.
-OLD.: ,STOCK. ,
'_' L B AII1U" .. ,. ,. they 1 Pekin Tea Company.Warehouses, to that i.miuniwm pay for .copy,which win. -' .
Sabseriben Invite the attention'of .. 'AHDBlackwood'i : < be sent free to: part. of the United'States. -' -i-- *&-
pur- '
THE < '_ I IUS.t' snd _
HAT,for sale at Boulter t Co :: 76 71'P1I1teaRo 1IewR'III'k.<
to their of GROCEttlES Bu 'Edinb : .R&E SAR1be t. ., Stationers Booksellers. Agents,.. -
remaining supply '- Y: .r':
,. PROVISIONS, HOUSE 'ARTI 'I I .. rg.MiF *p .7. THEJ PEKIN ,TEA COMPANT liss enclosing a cash remittance will receive the work..,,
nsFos : '
JAMES HANHAM. ,. : iff
_been established and hast '
CLES many years
; atalsrgeduntoLZ.i.
kc. 1spri115
which they an telline off at greatff&t. :
of the four ann. ; -
apt one
'B/BOULTEft' 21 any w always'maint&lned.aOD..
Pr' JOtS
It CO. ,
OATS" For My two; tx .1I'lrmGTl .5ft' for the character :: : i
-Maye-lm Bay-rt.,Jacksonville.Just I HeaY Whit three' .o '*- : EJ0ForaflfourjthlReIi0W21 4' Teas ef most delicious UoawOOiIIachbeiie.i'i
,J 2 'JACoq'8 andfragrancy,and at which have la every '
prices .
sale feCo's -
Reoelred 10 St -, .8 0. ,C y* ? .1' instance given.-satisfaction..,Th.-Teas are warranted : ..Steam:Saw Bills aad Eagtae
'and for Sal Si rffl 1
IngSaeraVthat( Honse .
.T' 1 E.AS1NI'Ap .. For Bko'd.gl ILI.WIO- a *C''' .public b a pare:aDd may be re turned if.they jlo not .ESSEX COMPAYLiw ntMCs. 1" '

.' 'I Bushels For a t 0 .*.' eup ftherD'ofB prove to be' they are rep seated;'TLe Teq -JL'SACHCSETrs willprom,. UICIIIW all'or.- ': _
H, ;T. T'ijlttJSTEX I .ga. Forcals Boulter For Blackwood 0 era y sold this- ia'1-4 12lb4'and1ibJ era for Cotto and .'
I ;0 I &Co-'. a.. al Br".11 with pleases in front by Company are done-up lb-r WooUea 3-fCIIn.TJdI114
rozxownto'ftrmjncs i .'. .. .. & rjiYXXxn. 'so ID" A nUJY'c.JtnnrQ about ire J d fot e& ..*$uy4loueIn paciiagesll'>making'it convenient kinds and will contract for whole Mffls fron,'t -
: : & as
.J.EB. : memante ft..1 water wheel iteaa.earfa,1 the
for,country .to rreat Variety or to ttwtaJd".l -
29 barrel*PORK ,I Awfl 28-4; ,. f Four'eopies'of'.any, a orh,"above works the Soathj *S4irill.beable.'o mot with'a..small'outlay of capitaLi Hotel keepers chine.-Steam Saw .Mfllf:for gangs-or; ajle- -

: 2,000 pounds SHOULDERS. I BosheU Wiuu '.U" will be sent t one address e of the li1aauuptDQ over one hundred and fifty !> "" the;South may always certain.having on their. table a 1a1fk4.T001l. of every dtseripUoo: '''-' _
JaIIiI ,000 do. ,BACON' cofur._ ,f th fouh 1 particularly to those visiting uniform character Tea:.whkb Teas, of welt Locomotive and Freight Cars& fatltiiiecy of all: : f

J.ooo Ao.' JIGHAMS.. ;., ; & '. -, : PBW" SouthforheaJth.indthebinefitofcmrdeligEtfulcliniaU there ise.> large yeriety, *re.done*upin' ttreewrappers. kinds en handV''fiol&ed er in-progress eex ,. t.. -
-- 1. JA H U gt". .Florida Oo yetotheir.e pecialveomfortandha ..;The Inside is of lead the second.wariet that. orders can be SUed to short noticef:-. -
:c'1 -tf, 4 r. 'g" ._1.' made his arrangements to make &"h.m' ; | 5 I OJoTet'I''are-very low r4.' #_ :
'A J. _
4. PriIryUNev& j a > A-1. .. -" ;aku' glv. .ca-U.(comfortable well ;rsona sentZeUagOe3I1UI wWic '
Pa r h .
; ,O S' f"ren h Muta.r4 ; ; .,. -. k- .. Stage, geneyliSeptJJ8 .a't' r-fot\1&1e 'ewYorkvrIees tQ'. Ib1'ths'AMJOWAMATEHj with- Mills
.4 ellJ1i \ ",1. .J ", & $the drawings:for.:arranglBg thf without
WJriC Will .'-14'1 tor" .' .: aOLi'! .'",t. .. .. ; JOD._ _PBIXTIXG- Ito ,-, ,_:, _c:_*>, .!.. : f. eharce. 9spl.I7 .
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:: ] of Officers'of theS tale ofFlorldait nates of L.t'IP.Ug*ltw. ee"IR : ::ikimiop1i-C're I' '
. r jtHL :; i x>qm B i sett s
,. ,. j;..; :: % fe ;( :1'I' : T ;: ; Canada, from..sn4&ft&th.}. June, Yo. &o., mI
?*. STATEHOUSE OFFlfJEttS. / : V. ,, .. Te : DAV'
: t\\ ': '18511 /# .;;' : J oW"E
". 1,GoTernor,,THOMAS BROWN.. >. "For every'nneltUiiir In; manuscript &per .:,, X, ,, : A
.. 'Secretary State,CHARLES",W.DOWNING. ': > :. Sir i 1 l.JQ.'ti
; fn1oatlon'shl b Dar a
; :.tI.'' Attorney General DAVID P. 'HOGUE. ,. -'' o.any'kd'lpnwhih: mrt lal"h&you .
t\. I Comptroller'JOHN BEARD. sent by mail,the.rates mentioned but I nave "IDI Ln
s or signs i
; :! : Treasurer,WILL .'HAY WARD. V table shall be charged; and fo every additional :lUiT 1 fl bapy i ) 'D I,

j <*? Register Stt. S. W-LKEn. half.ounce or frsction'of ,an ounce -above>the Q publo., trulyGoacJkCOULTEa.' &u
Sifx': : Clerk-Supreme.- Court. ROBT.' S.: weight named in this table,a'addtiona Single :{2rru, .
t rate is to be charge f tU E.
.r Court ..Ttdges.V ., .
Supreme -
a : 1f. St.John's BMW
/ Residence. V. V :" r. ..- :"'' V *
:.*:' Hon.Walker Anderson I Ch. Justice I Pensacola < .'. :1=G time to the 'of the Dear This, will. August.7,i. }
V '
Hon.A. G. Semmes 1 Aoiat' AJIh'" -V V r various medicinal plants, roots and herbs peculiar Sir Inform you that &.t
< my dangerously fll with
Hon. | | (8 : chidn the
..: L.A.TomJD" ,Judges. "- ], to peninsular Florida,theproprietor: of try ,for about six I tsi
:' Hon.Geo S.Hawkins Apalach.TaThas'e. 8 8 this medicine has knowledge in this everything.that generally w.b .1

.- .?'< Middle Western I I I Wayles Baker I :. Jt branch which is acquire obtined, by those disease commended,but all me to to no effect Afriendof fo.,.!-

.*.;! f Eastern Southern I Tomas. Lancaster Douglas I Jacks'vlle K. West '.0V t. .G O 2' whose object alone is botnicl discovery and DIAN LOXECUST.try'10u prc Medicine ealua W" *

'f Z. 0 tlnfication.- happy to say that jj Bottles of it eureTan\
-O.-E-4 --- '-
James M. Landrum W. Cir. UcheannaQuincy
Samuel B. Stephens,Slr'M. WHEN PREPAID. Cts.Cts. Cts. Ota. Until the present year, he has had :no of mr children-hoping your valuable
| become Mt
v John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E. Ci.., Jacks'ville Weighing i os. or under,being thought of compounding a botanical remedyhimsel be may pnerauy bow 1 thai all ,
Osaian B.Hart, Sol'r S. Cir., K. West single rates . . 3 6. 10 15 his labors having bee directed to afflicted safe with this disease. may bye a t
[.' Over! 01. and not over 1 oz. 6 12 2 ,30 orders from abroad. and remedy, Yours tnl"'

'.:> COUNTY OFFICERS.First Overloz. and not over over2oz.loz. 12 9 18 S 45Over1oz.andnot The manner in which he has been led to To E.Polnsett, Esq.JAcxsoxvru.z. JAMS LTI

( name Jude of Probate; second name Clerkof Over2oz. andnot over2ioz. 15 ,2 .4 r place himself in his present position is as
fourth S 0. ,
Sheriff name 80
: Ct. ; name ; Ja ,185L
friend afflicted with
\ WHEN UNPAID. follows -A personal
: (whenever it occurs, as in Gadsden. &c.) Tax . 5 10 10 15 : DarSir: have tried you !
VT. Single rate,as above. Dysentery having failed of relief Y&ab.Me
Assessor and ] obtaining and far
: Coleetor. Over i oz. and not over 1 oz. 10 2 2 S by &d
Circuit. from the regular faculty one day safest cure for this
Over 1 oz. and not over 1| oz. 15 dae I V ,
.' County. Officers. Post Office. Over li oz.'and not over 2 oz.'2 S S 4 0 him thus-"I is said that soil and ever bow heard of. My dught an?

: Esmbi Charles N.Jordan Pensacola" Over 2 oz. and not over 2& oz. 2 6 5 an antidote ever peculiar abut two years, had suffered ad .r
F. E. to almost a skeleton,and f tried part
.. u F. DLr !NOTE.-From and after the30th June 1851, the to the locality; if so, you with your a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST"' *rf
... Santa Rosa John Chain Milton mode of computing the rates upon inland lettersi. knowledge of the field and wood must it baa acted like a cha the child is now i fan.
.. ; E.S.Amos know of to relieve roving and seen by those who
.e.letters from one office within the United something me. may do not
"* Isaiah Cobb,Jr.* States or Territories to another, and also upon The reply was, that he was acquaintedwith len. Respectfully, k
Walton Daniel McLeod Ucheanna letters between the United States and the British A.V.COLm.
the of some plants and roots
Angus D. McKinnon is be follows to properties To E. Poinsett, Eq.
North American provinces- to a ,
which he would have the desired
u Wm. W.
.? McColluHoles wit: Single rate, if not exceeding half an ounce ; ST.
.' Abner Cero Gordo double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, but not effect; and animated with friendship, he set NICOrt.F Ja131,1
Martin W.Brett exceeding an ounce; treble rate,i exceeding an about the preparation of a medicine immediately. Dear Sir: This is it *.f
i U Robt. It. Golden ounce, not exceeding an and a half; .. The material was gathered by his your Medicine called"INDIAN LOXECUST"has
'' : Washington r Orn.ng Hill and so on charging an additional rate for every permanently cured two of our Negroes,of a sa-
; Norman A.Campbel additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce. own hands, and then carefully compounded.It vere Diarrhoea. I take plear in recommendinf
:. John A. .. The mode of computing rates upon letters to was completely successful-the cure was your valuable Medicine-as beiugwithoat doiU
.- Jackson Frcd'k R. Pittman Marianna Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, effected. The fame of this cure, spreading one of the best and wes remedies for this disease
,- u S.C. Bellamy U that I have heard of Yours truly
the British North American provinces excepted, among a circle of friends induced frequent ouee.

"" James Calvin Griffin Stephens March will remain, and as at agreeably present,to under instructions the act appended of 3d- applications for the medicine, until, to avoid To E. Poinsett,Esq.V w. 0. Ic1TYRK

: Calhoun R. B. Evans 18 the trouble of making a each -
Bounttow to of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. preparation JAcuomu.z,June 9th,1851.
u Benj. F. Parker time a quantity was made and kept on
I up
U Sin I have used Indian
Thos. J. Land your Loxaeajt
Arch'd T.Bennett Apalachicola 1st. Every letter or parcel,not exceeding half hand to give away, without a thought of in Dar Camy.and hv found it a very vahobte
; .' ;, Frank Sam'l W. Spencer an ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single accepting a remuneration. More thai one remedy take great plea j iarecommending

.: 1C __; _* I or rate. hundred cures were effected. At length by it to the public.
Middle Circuit.Gadeden 2J. All dropleter or letters placed.in any Respectfully, J.E.TOWNSEND.
post office, but for delivery the advice of friends, and tired of the inroads Egber Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE.
... Edward C. Love Quincy only, shall be charged with postage at the rate of made upon his time and purse,he determinedto .
.. U U Robt C Lester ono cent each. manufacture the medicine for sale, con ,E. Fla., May 17,185L,

U Hugh Samuel O.B.McLean Love 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation scious that what had proved a blessing to a Dear Sin This may ceri to you that J h
: for the last preceding fiscal year(ending tho negro girl suffering attack
virtues from seve -
Tallahassee lose its
W. few could
Lon David Gw 30th June) did not exceed$2 may send throughthe not being arrhoea, and that the use one bottle of yon
.. .S U Oscar A. mail all letters himself, and receive offered to the many, or from having its mercantile preparation called Indian Loxecust"effectually
U John Haley T.Rhodes Blocker UWaklla through the mail all written communications price, instead of beiug gratuitous. cured her,and I would take th method of r.
I. addressed to himself,on hiaprivate business,which This, then, is the origin of- commending it as a very Medcie.
Wm. Council
% I NewportMonticello shall not exceed in weight one half ounie, free of Yours truly, JOHN .
Wm. Mound
'" postage. This -does not authorize them to frank Mr. Egbert Poinsett.
Abijah Hall UU any letters unless written by themselves,and on He does not enter the field as a competitorfor
... Alfonso R. Combs U their private business only; nor does it authorize public favor in the ranks of Quackery.He JACKSONVILLE;July 28, IS.

.' Jefferson U Thomas J. Chaoe U them to receive free of postage any thing but has no dreams of building up a pplendid Dear Sir: Sometime since I was wU
Craven G. Fife
written communications addressed to themselves. a severe Diarrhoea-so severe that I could
UU from and Yet he doe
fortune *
II Daniel T. Lenizo pills potions. "
their business. tend business. I
and on private t my was recommended to try
John Wooten U not profess to be 8 disinterested a philanthropist LOXECUST." I
I :: MadisonC Alex'r McDonald CouthouseU JYfspc Rates,jw quarterichen tent frM as to offer his medicine for the public Btte the same time two memb.ou

.... U SamI-R.. Patterson Sessions U pb.ato to actual and bona fide I good alone. He wishes and hopes t realize -' were afflicted with the se I
tubsr.ribers we all used the medicine from one Bottle
UHamion fair return for his labor and ,
Robert McKinney From after the 30th of June, 1851, for each a ex andIainnowhaemytoinformvoutha
.. .- Henry J. Stewart, Jasper newspaper not exceeding three ounces in weight, pens to which he has been subjected. He us all entirely. We are now all well and i hearty cored

.. ii William Day iiii the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly offers' no universl remedy for "the ills that from the u of only o BUe of ou V&u
t. U Wm. J.J. DuncanJeremiah ii in advance. These'rates only apply where flesh is heir to, but simply claims to have. Medicine. Y ;'
V B. Smith the i is sent from the office of publication to TIMOTHY HARRI3.
; Easter Circuit.Columbia apr bona fide subscribers. discovered a remedY in the vegetable king- To E. Poinsett,Esq. *,
Geo. S.Herbert Algatr dom for a of diseal; firmly
:: ; i ii S. Scarborough believing that when he says it will cure, he Mandr F Oct.1,18
: itii A. J. T. ht U I 1' but what the of that medicine Dear Sir Some on a r
\Vr name
; Lawrence Mickler UAIhu E : speaks you place, and was suddenly taken Yry sick.
A. M. Caston Newnansville .. A 0'1 purports in the Seminole dialect-THE TRUTH You Indian Loxecnst was romee T.

.. .1 Saml Russell U .: fried that I was visiting bn a
ii Chas L. Vilson'Duval U I a | a of i in the house;and I u i. a&kfJ
J ;, -I Felix Livingston Jacksonville QtUJ ? $ ACts.Cu.Cts.Cts.Ct.Ct. UP LllIil [ nST: sure i informing you that .
.. ii Isidore V. U LOX having my name i print,but still,fa
Geo. H. eu
Not over SO miles CERTAIN b aced YOI
% if
II Uriah Bowden Mandarin Over 50 and not over FOR THE' SAE publish this Yours you think with i nec.
Nuu --- miles 10 5 .21 CUR .
3 5 3 2
t C. C.: Beasent Woodstock Mills not over 1000 SUSNAH HATL.D
ii A. J. BraddokU 3 75 15 7J 3J V CHRONIC Poinsett,.Jaknre.
St.John's Gad Humphreys, St.Angustine Over 1000,not over 2000 4 3 DIARRHCA Gravelly HOI, Oct.20,185L
itii Peter B. miles 100604020105 Dear Sir: You Lxeti agoodmed-
: Raphael B.CanovaPutnam Over 2000,not over 4000 DYSENTERY icine. Some time since I bottle from
'. H. R. Blanchard Palatka V 125 75 5 2 12|' 61 A Is!.Reed Eq.lou agent,and gave it to one
iiii Stanislaus Glinski 4 150 9 r 3 15 7| Which has ever been presented to the public.It of my tt suffered very much from
Robert T. Boyd cOnge a severe attack cured
its and needs Dntr. I h.&
DIRECTIONS.1st. upon own no I
William Campbell Enterprise stand mert afterwards had
r itK Henry A. Crane MellonvUle Weekly papers only,when sent as above SSflT HAS FAL TO CURE same da. I purchased another bottle,adD t
Elijah Watson* stated,are to be delivered free in the county where IN A SINGLE INSTANCE.- cured h .
Marion John M. McIntosh Ocala they a published; and thi although conveyedin I do hesitate a moment in recommending
'I Robert Bullock the mail over 50 miles.2d. nnHIS Valuable preJation' Is compounded your Indian Loxecust to the public, as being.
i'.i, .c S. E. Helvenston Flemmington Newspapers containing not over 300 square JL from several growing in the most certain remedy for Dysentery .that I &
ii Jesse M. Willis Ocala inches, a to b charged one quarter the above Wilds of Florida It is 'PURELY and WHOLLY overused,or : If yon
Southern Circuit. rates. Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cue publish this. Yours spropfOIC
". Simon Turman Tampa,,3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to exchange I. of the above disease. The Inventor and Proprietor MDLESPRICE.
Hbro' Martin Cunningham free of postage,one copy of each number is fully convinced that it is a invaluable Dr E Poinaett,Jacksonville.
iiii Benj.J. Haler* Ulelando only; and this privilege extends to noVfpapers Medicine. I fact the test that he has given it
V Elias G. Spring Hill published in the town which he resides,and the astonIshing Jacksonville,P1*., Spt.2.1
.. Malcomb Knight Peterson 4th. i Cana.newspapers must be takenor success with which it has met, warrant Dr E Poinsett-Sir: This is crt t I
him in that it POSITIVE CURE. have been permanently cured eta
saying a
c Nathan'l M.Moody determined when they are in a dry state. i
'. 'i Ezekiel L. Selph 5th.Postmasters are not entitled to receive He has therefore to the determination t by the use of your most valuable medicine called
MODO Benjamin Sawyer Key West newspapers free.of postage under their franking place it within the reach of all, knowing how m Indian Lxecut after suffering for more t 1
James M. privilege.6th. ny suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous mont that distressing d I pe
.1ii Robt.Clrke Bracwel in advance does not entitle the Da particularly i the Southern and recommending your mO' nb
it .J party paying to any deduction from the above .. cine to&similarly afflicted.
oh rates In purchasing my 'Indian IiOieca t" be 1 remain yours truly,
And officio Assessor and Collector. particular and look for my written on A.J.J mINSON.
< -e Ta_ Rates of Postage to be charged upon aU trawntNfpp. the. label. sgue Formerly of Jacksonville,N.C.

_ j and every other description of Prin I refer the public below to .few certificates selected CurrbN,FLA.,Oct.6,JS5L
except Newspapers and from among many received from
$100,000 SAVED !! published Matle.at :Peri ble citizens of Jacksonville. rest Dear Sir: One Bottle of your Loxecust has completely -

I STREET and Fletcher and sent inten fol publication exceeding 'to mot EGBERT POINSETT.P. cured one of my men of a long standing,
FIRE1NPEA.RL obstinate Diarrhoea.-From its complete and certain
o Three Stores and their an bona fide subscribers.DIRECTIONS.. S. Planters should not be without this valuable : efficacy where all other medicines had failed

contents destroyed. Deeds before words V Medicine Every family ought to keep it I take pleasure in recommending it as a mod
V KICII8, J I on hand.A. valuable medicine. Yours &e.V .,
ELEVEN 8AIES.AGAINUIU No.-For each t t M. REED, principal Agent for Jackson T. E.B C1WAN:

'. with their contents! Te Safe made by Rich& fraction of ounce, or a ._ ville. To Dr.E.Poinsett.
an ounce,
Co.defied the flames ad brought out its contentswithout S A o .
a mark of. re upon tlem t beyond the ten ounce! a Jacksonville,Nov.12,189.

: MB. GILBERT'S LETTER. dtonal in this tablean rate will ad-be :k s: : .8= 8 TEsr1ONUS. Mr.E:Poinsett-V V-Dear Sir s'I take pleasure ii
; to of Indiaa
t. THE TIRE FLETCHER AND PEARL STS., N.T. S t 8 SEVEN CASES CURED expressing you my approbation your
I :
medicine. I have it
; '. i S Lpxicnst as'a family. used
NEW YORK, Dee.20, 1851 .__ I .
1 i4 Messrs. STEARNS and JARVIX,successors to C. : z.o: '1 cCte. Six MIIE CREEK,FLA,Dec.9,1851. with good, success., Yours respectfully L WAILT.Jacksonville .

; i RICH & Co., No.146 Water Street,New York.- Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. Mr'Poinset
SIRS, when the fire was consuming my place of One oz. or under 1 2 3 4 5 SIl benefit of the afflicted you can Nov.17.1S5LMr.
Business, No.216, Pearl Street,1 was absent in Over I oanotover2 01. 2 4 6 8 10 publish the following have had seven.eases of .Poinsett This will inform yon that for
:. Rensslaer County, tstng cleaning apparatus '4. 2" U u 3" 3 6 9 12 15U Diarrhoea on my plantation this season; all of several years 1 have suffered much at different
,, 1..., in connection my Excelsior Thrasher; 3" c U 4"4. 8' 12 16 2 which have been cured by the use of your most times from Chronic Diarrh a. I have tried your
; of and did not read the account until I was fearful it U 4" U u' 5". I 10 15 valuable medicine called Indian Indian .Loxecnst and received an entire relief
2 2 Lxeu.Yourstuly
was too lat to save my books which were placedin I. 6" 12 18 '3 JOH ,Jr. and have no reason to doubt its being permanent.
one your safes, purchased from Mr. .Mari u' 1" 1 1 21 Believing it to be a duty which 1 owe to the afflicted
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some 1ear ago. My fears were not 7" 41 H.8 u. 8 STILL .ANOTHER.Black I present you this certificate, which yom
I found necessary upon my return to apply the I 8" '.' 9" 9. 18 2 2 3 4 4 Creek, Feb. 1st, 1852. can use as'you thick proper. 1 will also say,
Croton Water 40 hours before 1 &enabled to I -4' 9" U .10" 10 3 F that in conversing with many who have used your
2 S 1 Dear Sir-Some time since a member of
commence operations; after which it required 54 V my medicine I.have not found one who did not re J
C hours of labor and raise the family was very ill, indeed,with a Diarrhoea I
ceive relief.
; application t 8aa
v several '
t mander from its may judge 1. On every transient newspaper,uns..led circular to things usually given for'the 'V-V V. .JOHN C.LEY
Disease but of them
; m anxiety during this delay, and my agreeable surprise handbill, engraving,pamphlet; perodica lief. Indian none iLoxeenst'would afford. any re- Pastor Methodist Church Jacksonill..
-upon opening the safe in the presence of magazine, book,and every other You was recommended
j number gentlemen to find my books and papers printed matter the above rates must in all eases by.evera persons f Imadeupmymindtotryit, Jacksonville,Dec.4th 1251.Dr.
n svedJand as legible a they were previous to be prepaid,according to the weight. very You glad will -did so, a one Bottle effected .E.P inset -Dear Sir: Three parts of a
t the intense to which the Safe wassubjected 2. l heneer any printed matter on'which'thepostage .valuable cur. pleasepublish this-as sucha Bottle of your most valuable medicine called-Indian -
be from the conditionof is; to be 'shall Medicine oughtto' b.known to sever
t can conjectured required prepaid, -through Loxecust has entirely relieved me of a
!;4 : ; another safe, [not a Salamander] of which an the inattention of Postmasters-otherise' besent the the public. Spread it far and. order that attack of .Diarrb a. I.cheerfully recommend-
: : iron skeleton frame only remained,and not a vestige without prepayment.lhe same sha charged alflictedmayflndreliet.V Yours;&c., your medicine to those similarly afflicted.

%, of .book. They were companions in the with. double the above rates. : ". To Dr E EUJAH'BLTC. With respect yours&.,
.t, same office, on the second floor,'from whch'they 3.:Bound books and parcels of printed matter Poit. _., '_THAD. C. ANDREWS,
fell upon crates of earthern ware in celr, the not 4 ruined safe upon the Salamander. If position mailable matter.Periodicals Dear AeSONv that one bottle For the Afflicted.
had been rversed,- not eve the skeleton published intervals;not V exceed of medicine t called infor yon LOXECUST I"i OUGH SYRUPS Medicated ClgardtdV
k would have remained Mj loss'lover the insurance ing three months and sent from the office of pub permanently your cured, two of IDIAN negroes of a b for th e Ashthmatic and Consumptic Hep-

4Ap & i 81.9 yet the salvation of my books;in lication and bona fde'subscribers, ae attack of Dysentery.- consider it excellent ia Pills,for derangements of the Liver, Spu**,

;; ., your Samander. with the representatives of to in the be charged last with one'ha mentioned medicine for this complaint, and take great .pleasure &e.;Tonie Pills and Bitters,for the .Dyspepw
.which above table, of tk*
tlOO dooument cou prepayment a quar.tee's recommending it to the public. Antalgie Pills Ointments,and Tinctures for
t b duplcated.has rul me.It postage thereon must in all cases be reqwed. i, Respectfully relief of Nephutks Utarine;Rheumatic and goitj
: pleasure to ;exhibit the Periodicals published at intervals of more than V. pains;PoanUetme Pills and Mixtures,for am-
t new safe purchased of you,and explain its merits; three months are.charged with the rate,which 'To'Mr.E. 'S.D.FERADEZ. lug speedily, (alto;tote jeeunde,)'neucons ana
I h : at my present office,No.251 Pearl street;where I must be prepaid. V PouU..' other'discharges from the urinary organs,Strp-
h ti shall rem ut the new building,: No.-216 i NOTE.-In case there is on cnn any newspaper" "THERE ISNO, FAlLl'St. IN1ThJoji tie,for uterine and other Haemorrhages; :
: Yours respectfully, periodical,pamphlet, or other printed matter 'or dropical Ointments,Powders and Potions,for reducing .
'i; : V V V JOSEPH G.GILBERT. paper connected-therewith, any'manuscript of ';Bah FF: _,_,.._, i2 dropsical swellings;'Cardiacal-Pills. Cot
: ; the The undersigned'invite country merchants and any kind by which information shall be asked for, .DearSir- ou ;Table diseases of the heart and purification of the blow
IV i : : other interested the preservation of their books or communicated in writing, or by marks or signs i Medioina oed Indian .xeou with.coplet Alterative Pills,for the renovation. of the eonw;
to ,(but particularly those having Rich's the said newspaPr,'rodiC'phet or other success in tl ret U. 1 yon tution;'An dJaenterie Pills,1 for dysentery sad
in use]t call at the 146 Water street, printed postage; and the.public you .,myself and two diarrhoea;Magic tinctures and Embrocation,tot
.' I s&c NeW :see the dept of Mr., Gilbert's and it is the duty of the Postmaster', to remove childrenliave been cud of.& severe ,Diarrhoeawith the speedy relief of nervous affections,'especiajlf
; r .'It the:book undisturbed,'which'.he has the wrappers and envlop from'all 1nntd mat it,when nothing else would give;Jus reliefPublish those of females;'Disinfectant and Propnylace*.
r :: ; : t rman'fort the satisfactionand tee and pamphlets with this if you pleaae.. ".Yours,respectfully. Washes (the former secure against infection,aw
t1! : ; : gratification '.' ; --- '.: for the purpose of ascertaining'whether3 there 1 r'V dHA.Ow1.. ,. the latter neutralizes by a''chemical process**?
c L 09*Orders for Burglar Proof Vaul'adYa tDrsprmpt1 upon or connected with any such printed mater j To.D.Pow'ett. '- ; contagious ricus with'.which one may ehaaesw
4; : : ad faithfully : or in such package, any matter;_.thing comen contact)Cello Syrups,for children;Ofeutientsfot
would authorize or require the.charge'of i vJASxsomLt ;May$tBy 1851.: "
: ; ; & : : &higher ; swellings pimples, freckleS,' ;
: : J ,. ,.. ,. uccelrs .Co... r: rate of postage' theron.:', ,.N..HLt ;This fo' tl1u1'ti Salve r fouore,;VDPUtI..for Itc ,.acaldYad.
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V 148.Water street, ad comer Avenuo A and St. .- announce to teKbUo burns 1tG.;CoU &;l'sow eyes; DeatiefioefiCoUutories
t., .;t... r Mark.;New ; f;;:,. ', -,.';.; .POST.OFFICE DuTT. Juno 14,1851. aUy'.euredof complaint called Dy- ,for the teeth and gums and .
I ; : the-exclusive right of .Ueh''Patenttor ntfrw.ibythe f.b4ghlyAre.eoimnendfld'Wmedy'of other' remedies are pianufactai,: .Ordet. 15
4t., ; the.whole of.the United ,and the only \ .. ,*?- .-; .Noticed "-,'. .:, *- Mr. Poinaett., .I had resorted to ehemleal and pathological prineiplM vniv '
1 : m&ko of Saadeuael combining both pat TO THE nonvaUrlwM'taduced :to m1P rtoognlzedbytheprofession! ,tad r fl k.
: : 'f.+ en ; safes,or,WILDER'S : OFFICERS.ND'SOLIERS palatable and pleasant Medicine, and t my/treatsatisfaction on hand at the Brick,om ;vof D&'1
{ : ; th Salamander Safes,wit Rleh'.lmprvment.- 8EYEI'W.RS 'wafv completely cured a few oppoiita the Court House.. -.' -
: .eb.fi,853.-in : TItKaQIsjk.- fc_ ', : .. days,and bavenot been, nu1l 1t." that JRICE p i bottle;phial,box,h 'riUi'd1111r
I : i/JIE.'VQJU,10W ,' so much dreaded 4lsease..1 ., 'mo ', 1 ,.\.
:r. ; J ,' : V By and loI; f tlof1lf'orU e !7 y .
: .der(who haye' iotreee1ted).'are'> entitled a happy%Osayother Let onrea[han ,.P&ESCR1P'l'lONS.1n extenso, wtta
r.o : : i .; : .. .; .: to ;LAND,for service*of one month' como 'De xny own: :.'few cine,$5,00 In hand,and from$5.$ _aeeorj
t j ; : THE'SUBSCRIBERnaringi'reeentlyj" .or more: th widows,and.minor children of thaedoceaseLa. -days- add.:mr nlte'to 1. already lug to contract and tie asturO-of the. =
Ii ; ; lso entitled. ,The Subscriber-will great _of : & the is r;>1Q1Irablnaes
? ; amout *"*"*fV *J >* a iWDeaJrSirilco'nslder'ltto.beamaUerbf'duty cure completed:
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t \ : : : : ,"_ opened f ndore.at a moderate-compensation.' the Vabte la1ne; tLQPottEs i the relief i>romSed.U tforded. &tcial co ,'
it it.1.: ; .', the Ibn'H e;would -' lafcreated.,, Haying been employ: l made ehronifl eases.Hnea: de :.
of the
': are'at: this Ii' IUMJarnge six 'Ptb'cier ed in public office for iveilyearsh1s experience qT .. : 'r V Orders fromdistanee,;with JD OM..| n cI ,
in tj' .t .
such.matters enable;hlm;to.afford-Kreat. ; wlllnieetwithproiaptattentIOn. of;
f.several of the tame with fire ; faculties;eUfafaU.jfor.-LAND: ;TAND$3N- v- ',-J.n" M:..18 :JacbonY11Iopeeiu. 89< Sf _
; : ; i within one hundred and ATdf of the Post ON3-Jm-l,IY them*:gest-deal of trouble"and'expense V .:. *
lrllJ ( -e&e"h.::The 'nderspecU.' AgnV' ; "Wr.1ttobt nothing-no to inform yon that I:bad been lahorinr rader1a.verjTiolent QfWt LB 3-vAeI4uJ W Fnit.JWJ pwrr
: ; : : : for i hon hors, charge f made. celT. TJIvrhoea.'Hhiohliaffledskill th O Vvr', PUe A .RM Jrft->*
j r : 'o Hack' .Unesb9tb : for Ocala'seml-wetk" prompt attenton:A&the'necessary"fbrmi and of two atto.ani'Mndertdlia; *.nnsbl4 It 'D .i;_. Oru'N=Leia.' "' 01"Fru1 "
1 ly/:< apply at thi offices t>f. 5tVL -> Ml 'Jte *.Ja
: '" & }7 :; q to do snywosk.'Bn$fortunately,:when about:
: the JackjonviUe.JKpublloan and Newt. ;
: "d'
r W( V _IAJt'rf : > i '.P' "AN give.up all hopa-ot over obt&Inth.reflit1b .t.r 'DltNLWm.tt;
Ii 1 :
1 '< '> I W".hC ti. t. of your .
h,"t T I ,V lk Pt'laU8: October 18 '.I .of fir* Bottles has entil1 LXECtST..Q&o'tt.- MireilSs- Sv '

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