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 27, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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cIaI7 "Dux.Sit,-In order to Ihow how the nolndi of to expended complete, ana it. requiring It has over a million more ous dimensions from forty feet square{ to a tneeting, bf-The,Whg.of Jackson ration: at the hds. of Cnnnton. but t'l
different peraonuometimes grimHito in the ex. twenty-senn'wreck- quarter of an acre,'.the water lng"intro- county, at the'Court HO the>record ..Thisdiplomatic.) : factionarybiaith.' -

talA presnoB of thought upon kindred subjects, will ing and coasting and fishing vessels, with duced into the wooden and,ground pans by Saturday the 8th inst. : Iana on proceedings show him to tyice.-T, drawn from Washington, and U is said that .
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,... you U pleued to insert the following 1SnCTATOK. harbor aggregate is tonnage 2.250. tons. The pumps workea by wind mills. The salt on. oj ) Porcourtesy.of,.the six rotes from this be addressed a rt letter ,
: large safe, and of easy access, by sells at. the works, at twenty cents per MAwilni, Esq.,was called :to the Chair, county star prior to his 'for A t'Hr.Veb.

,.. I -t feet different dratt.channels for ships of twenty-two bushel, and the works which can be extended a. FJUlc R. Prrrauc., requested In addition-tojie. above, as.a e1s'C r Washington correspondent of the New-Yotk .
Weep Sot for Her at pleasure, are 'now being enlarged. act dissatisfaction,Jnjge Broome is KroUsays that the letter is -
eel- The island i is four miles long, by half a The finest fish, and of. many.varieties, A a Secretary. in the West as a most rampant only and states that in November aa cAP! t .

xnd aYe I BY PROFEKSOB WILSOX.' mile to a mile in width, making the area are taken in large quantities.. "Turtling"is mot being "tta committee of a Secssionis'in the abstract and the con-, Mr."Hulsemann had remonstrated with the

Itd about two thousand acres, including a salt also a regular business," and large exportations b appointed to draft resolutions expressive cte, strictest sect of.the South Set"oD account of his communications J
her Oh
Weep not for she wu far too fair of hun Cf
pond some three hundred and : '
fifty acres. of the *" article" of the of separationists.Has be recanted and their
made. sense the
reef Too pure to dwell in this guilt-tainted earth! are Turtles meeting the following subjects being
It is composedof a formation of coral, lime are taken in nets but the TOTS, and repented his fiery crusade treated with ridicule and derision ,
The linleu glory, and the golden airOfZlon.eeinedtoclahnherfrOin ; sport is had persons were selected against in
ind m- her birth stone and sea thells, with a sandy and rocky in turning and pegging turtles. They come to by Chair th measures which now promise quiet and public journals of New York and cern i .
be A spirit wandered from its native lone surface and vjfry little available soil. The upon the sandy beach to deposit their compose said committee: John G. Roul- security to the count. upon the phI! The treatment of the
Which eoon discovering, took her for his own i highest elevation on the island is not over in the night and at such times they eggs are hac, Thomas B. Alexander, Simmons J. Baker keeping the power cndito Kossuth S's, his.speech I
. Weep not for her! twelve feet nb&ve the level of the sea. The jr. H. A. hands of agitators and enemies to the Union. the
stealthily approached and turned upon their Bright, James L. G. Baker, a Kouth Congressional banquet, had J J
Weep not for her! Her span was like the sky, unoccupied parts are covered with low stunted 1 backs before they can escape to the water. Joseph Ronlhac, Nicholas A. Judge.:Broome at one time, as we understand made it. the duty.of Mr. Ullsm to ascertain J :
Whose thousand stars shine beautiful and wood and bushes the larger trees having u Pegging turtles" is Long, 11. acknowledged himself to belong whether the Secretary '
a singular A such'snment -
orr" bright; been prostrated by the destructive gale of small instrument is used not unlike sport.and Finley Thomas W. Edwards, Wm, Hall, this class.. Can be produce indubitable t- had 1f were a those 1
Like flowers that show not what it II to die .
Like long-linked, shadeless months of ;polar 1846. The prickly pear geranium ,&c., very little longer and larger than a shoe i and John T. Myrick. den of repentence.and conversion 1 It i il of the.Government. [ the ,United States. 1 iJ ;
I.Lg light; grow luxuriantly and the wild flowers never maker's pegging awl. This is rigged harI I The committee having retired for a short a noticeable fact that,the resolutions of the The verbal explanations and assurances 2 1j
Like music floating o'er a waveless1a.ke. cease to unfold their petals-it is an ever- poon-like and thrown at the turtle and time, the Convention do not notice the "Compromise madetohirn ontheseoccujonshadbeen '
... While echo answers from the watery brake: green spot. The cocoa-irat tree,the banana, piercing his (shell, it sticks fast, so, that by a resolutions reported following preamble a measures." Tre the 3d "deprecates the followed by no change in the manner' in :1 ;

I! Weep not for her! the plantain, the .lime, the orange, lemon, turtle weighing four hundred,pounds is..simply : agitation of questions growing out of the which his transactions wit this Govern t fj l <

Weep not for her! She died in early youth fig, tamarind, date, and other tropical trees, hauled in and secured by the use of this Whereas, to insure unity and harmony of domestic of the country," and ment were treated by public press. ; :
Ere hope had lost its rich romantic hues; grow well where there is earth enough to small pegging instrument.At action it is deemed advisable that the Whigs throws out a half way hint, which proba :That, particularly some article published in i l 1
When human bosoms seem'd the homes of truth I sustain them, and are always found in the Key West, the seasons glide of this District meet in Convention to recommend bly before the end of the canvass, will be New bad recenJy been the occasion .j.4 l
.ItS And earth dews.still gleamed with beauty's radiant yards and gardens,adding greatly to the sin- ceptibly into each other, exhibiting less dif .. suitable candidates for the offices twisted into a most emphatic endoement of of the Austrian ministry suffering t

in! Her summer-prime waned not to days that freeze; gular beauty and attractiveness of the principal ference in temperature than other place of Governor Congress, Elector, and Delegates -.. the finality of the Compromise. I the principle rable unpleasantness and cne.. :f l .
Her wine of life was run not to the lees: residences.The in the United States. The any climate is to the National Convention, be it w why the timidity about der these circumstancrs he considered it his f
Weep not for her! ,production of culinary vegetables is remedial in pulmonary consumo-preeminently therefore # the use of terms? Perhaps ter Com duty to rom any farther relationswith : tY 4

Weep not for her! By fleet or slow decay unceasing-such as sweet potatoes, cabbage, tion, chr nic bronchial 'affections; &c. ; and Reve 1st, That the Whigs of this District 'mi would have suggested ears the Government, which could only b '
I It never grieved her bosom's core to mark beets, lettuce cucumbers, turnips, &c. They on some other occasion I will furnish requested to meet us in Conven Broome harsh notes and jarring continued through the medium of one
a The playmates of her childhood wane away ; grow best in winter, it being the wet season. with some useful and interesting facts you in ton on the 24th of this month, in the town lunds mingled with denunciations fierce was a promoter of Kossntb, and unfriendly 11\1 !'

Her prospects wither or her hopes grow dark; The want of mother earth," however, ren- this connection, and also other items touch Ucheeanna in the county of Walton- to the Austrian Government; and, there ),
It Translated by her God, with spirit shriven ders most central The Floridian and Journal with fore, that Mr. Austrian Consul .J .
She passed as 'twere in smiles from earth to heaven .. gardening expensive, and the production ing this "beauty spot" upon the Florida being and of says, Belmont L t
,y of vegetables is limited. Coast. L. C. T. access for all portions of the District. reference to the nominations not a discordant General at hereter. if : ,
- Weep not for her! The palm tree is the pride of tropical cli- Resove Za, That the Chairman appoint note was heard. If 1t would turn its occasion required, be the mens J

mates, and contributes more than all others, Another \VUmot Proviso Candidate. from this county to attend ear toward the West, it might hear, not the communications a the Austrian Government t '
Weep not for her! It was not hers to feel aforesaid low murmur'of but the might to make. The Chevalier
Convention. disntent. sullen l'
perhaps, to give a peculiar and imposing hv
The miseries that corrode
''Gainst amassing years: character to those The Hon. JAMES BUCHANAN is known to be Resolved, 3d That said Convention be muttering betokeninsr. Mmin.0 .. then snts President his' for : t
of a
dreams of baffled bliss the heart to steel: regions. family .. ,. ----a tank B
'I To wander sad down Age's vale of tears, palms comprises some seven hundred varieties toe choice for- President- of a very large portion requested to instruct the Delegates they may storm. nis Kindness, urbnity. &C.. &&* ad ak l
- As whirl the withered leaves from Friendship'stree : and among them the cocoa-nut tree is a of his party associates in the South appoint to the Whig National Convention, The nomination of Mr.Maxwell for Cnge the Secre.tr accept assurance of hi i 4
1 well ; to use their influence the was expected, and is generally high ,&c.
majestic as as most useful vegetable. secure adoption popu- 4
. And on earth's wintry world alone to be: and many of his most prominent friends t We The letter
f Weep not for her! In the Society Islands it grows seventy and of the finality of the Compromis measures, are glad they have put up their covers. several pages of fo1.- 11
I eighty feet high-at Key West their heightis make frequent use of Mr. FILLMORE'S Erie and failing to secure recognition, thento best man, as we desire the opposition to cap, and is written in very ill humor andquite t

,I Weep not for her! She is an Angel now, from twenty to fifty feet. The stem tapersto letter for the purpose of injuring that gentle retire from said Convention and unite have conclusive evidence that the Whig a tart and piquant ; t2 'o l
1 And treads the sapphire floors of Paradise, other Union in the ascendancy in this State. The reply by the acting Secretary of J
the without branch offset but Delegates taking such i c
, AU darkness wiped from her refulgent brow- top a or at man's political prospects at the South. We wit State and f .
Sin, sorrow, Buffering, banished from her eyes. the summit it shoots forth twenty to thirty below the as they may deem necessary for the canvas"Major Beard was found wholly"in is date"May 3d. It acknowledges 11 4
i Victorious over death,to her appear leaves from fifteen to twenty feet long, and copy record duly attested, of one preservation of the Union and salvation of vocative," and'in this Judg Bromewi the receipt the Chevalier's letter' 1 4:
The vista'd joys of Heaven's eternal year: these hang in a graceful tuft around the top. of Mr.BUCHANAN'S "antecedents"-being bis the Constitution. come in the same very briefly, and merely says such communications -' 1*

Weep not for her! When the branches spread Out, clusters of declaration adverse to a participation by the Resolved, 4th, Tt a MILLARD FILL- extravagances of these men may be allegedas as the Austrian Government 'may :i
for Her fruit like bunches of bladders" South MORE has honest and faith the seal of their condemnation. have occasion to make through Mr. 'Bel i1
Weep not her! memory is the shrine cluster in new territories acquired by the himsel
Oi pleasant thoughts soft as the scent of r thickly around the body where the branches late ful to the the discharge of In Mr. Maxwell the Democracy have put mont will be respectfully received.An I
country so as 1819. The record is forward their I
flowers join the trunk of the tree. Some trees bearan bis administrative duties in a time of great fastest ; to S
J Calm Sweet as as on the windless song of eve birds the sun's among decline the bowers. hundred, others fifty and thirty nuts, copied from Paulson's Daily Advertiser of difficulty and danger to the nation, he is predict before the race is half over, he will Opinion as .a* Opinion. :

Rich as the rainbow with its hues of light- each nut containing from half a pint to a same date, and the affidavit at present appended therefore decidedly our first choice for the regret utter hopelessness of his under.taking. The i
Pure as the moonshine of an autumn night: quart of liquor. The straight, unbranching to it for confirmation of its : Presidency.Resolved. Like the other Democraticracers following i the Louisville Jon )
Weep not for her! trunk, with the long and graceful leaves or accuracy 5th, That \ve approbate the I I who have come in competition with opinion of Mr. RRETT:

Weep not for her! There is no cause of wo; branches, and the clustering fruit, give to OPPOSITION"SLAVERY.. course pursued by our distinguished Representative too Mr.slow Cabell to afford he will be ruled .off the turf as Mr. Rhett declares that his principles wl 11 :
But rather nerve the spirit, that it walk this remarkable tree a most noticeable and LANCASTER PA., Nov. 17, 1819. in Congress, E. C. CABELL and amusement.In not permit him to fight a duel! with ,
Unshrinking o'er the thorny paths below, singularly beautiful appearance, and it furnishes At a large and enthusiastic meeting of. citizens therefore recommend him to felow.cti- regard to the nominations for Eectors. of Aaba. or with any body else. He .
r And from back earth's low defilements keep thee timber, fuel, mats, baskets, ropes, held in the Court House in the city of Zeus as worthy of their support ap .we have only space to add the says has been a member of the .. .

So, when a few fleet; severing years have flown, drinking vessels, food, beverage strainers, Lancaster, on Tuesday,the 28th instant, con- proaching election. our very hearing.intelligent Democrat the with other him day in church for twenty o thi!ye and of ; '
::he11 meet thee at Heaven's gate, and lead thee bonnets, oil and bowls. vened pursuant to public notice, calling on Resolved, 6th That we admire the patriotism was course he can't fight; employed i r
on; The original name of this island was them to take into consideration and to consult ability, and elevated moral characterof not ththe better selections could have been much of his time in trying to bring ; J.
.Weep not for her! Cayo Huesson or Bone Key, from the quantity on such measures as may best tend to GEORGE T. WARD, of Leon County made, bu i worse were possible." about a fight between his own State and the L' .

of human bones found upon it when prevent the introduction of Slavery into any I and recommend him to the voters of this General Government. That kn of til J J.J
Thomas Moore. discovered by the Spaniards. Key West is Territory or State hereafter to be formed or State as a suitable candidate for Governor.Resolved Why he Tehnntep Treaty was would impel tens of e 1 1 .
the English corruption of Cayo Huesson. admitted into the Union 7th, That we recommend to the Rejected. bloody cmbt; and is too nice to permit of ,tjT i

BY C. ]1-t. COOPER.: It is, however, not the western terminationof The Hon. Walter'Franklin was called to Whigs of Jackson a gener meeting of the A special -from Washington to a combt two indyida. This is 3 !

Weep not for him! whose span was like the sky the reef,there being several other islands the 'Chair, and William Jenkins appointed members of the party Marinna on the the New despatch states, on the author very suspicions. We a cn J i' i
Where thousand stars chine beautiful and with Tortngas, the largest, some sixty miles: Secretary.The first Monday in August, purs of ity of a YokHd distinguished gentleman tent proCion. which induces a m, op ,; _. '-. i
bright! distant. object of the meeting being fully explained nominating suitable candidates next Jeter pose causes wbi lead- t 1; :
in that the
Weep not for him! E'en flowers must fade and this Legislature and the Whigs of all the Mexico previous to rejection wars and single such religion :
island it
die, Forty years ago, was grantedby was moved and seconded that a ; precincts of the Tehuantepec it had been '1 1
And long-linked days must set in polar night. the Spanish Crown to John P. Salas; committee of three persons be appointed to of the county are hereby requestedand intimated to Mr. Letcher,treaty the American minister we have profound respect, while for that ; ;.
Weep not for him! whose memory wakes a chord I and in 1823 was purchased by Col. Simon- frame resolutions expressive of the sense of urged to send full delegations to said that the Mexican which encourages slaughter by the wholesale : -.. '
Like music Seating o'er a waveless lake ; ton, who still resides here. In 1832, it was ,the present meeting.Thereupon meeting. the of government w the and is shocked at the impiety of single i ,
Rich as the fragrance sweetest flowers afford On motion the of the willing grant right way across combats, we have a contempt :
Deep as the of birds in woodland brake. made a military station and in 1845 the barracks James Hopkins, James Buch- sense meeting was Isthmus of Tehuantepec to the New OrleansCompany profound _;
song were completed, consisting of eight anan and Wm. Jenkins were appointed a taken on the adoption of the foregoing resolutions if they would cease to the /

Weep not for him whose broken lyre is bushed s commodious. :and airy buildings, placed on committee for that -purpose- and made a report in the order in which they- were Gay grant claim-a claim! which the press Route-1U Appearance. i
Who woke the song of Erin' halcyon hours. three sides of a quadrangle,opening towards as follows : I read, and unanimously adopted. people were unanimously 1Iecn -
Weep not for him! whose joyous garland's the sea, each building having a piazza en- Whereas, The people of this State, pursuing The Chairan in accordance with the 2d on the ground not only of its expiration,but The correspondent of the Albany Evening J
crushedIn tirely around it. the maxims and animated by the benefi- rsolutio appointed the following named that it and Journal writes thus:- 9
was by bribery, conveyed -
Banquet-haU, where bloomed the fairest. obtned
flowers. I The first white female settler was Mrs. cence of the great Founder of Pennsylvania, persons as Delegates to the Ucheeanna Convention a vast quantity land-ten leagues on Rome per se, is apparently less ancientin
Weep not for him! though Memory's the shrine Mallory 1823, the mother.of the presentU. first gave effect to the gradual Abolition of : Thomas B. Alexander,John Tanner both sides of the road-for the purpose of its aspects than many cities of the Conti l
Where calm and pleasant thoughts of him S. Senator from Florida. She is an intelligent Slavery by a National Act, which has not Felix H. Long, J. J. Finley, H. A. colonization. Mr. Letcher informed the President nent-Jess so, een than York Durham,

Weep not for repose.him The Sun's energetic woman, of Irish descent, only rescued the unhappy and helpless African Bright, James McG. Hunter E. J. Merritt, of the Tehuantepec Company of this Ssbury. d.other cities in Eng t ?
A brighter,lovelier morrow will undimmed disclose.decline and still keeps an excellent boarding house within their Territory from the demoralizing Allen H. Bush, James Lanier, Wm. E. An- but received no answer from him Rome;a stands,to the M.The
for the accommodation oi visiters-there being influence of Slavery, but ameliorated ernViiam S. Pope, John G. Roulhac, intimn, on the rejection of the Te eye of a stranger, the Modem predominatesover I q

Weep not for him! who round ihe social hearth no tavern upon the island. his state and condition throughout; Europeand Jr. Neil, Frederick: R. Pittman, buantepec treaty Mr.L. addressed the Mex- the Ancient At first, you see every
With generous soul his friend or foe couldgreet' The population consists of emigrants from America. And, whereas, it would illy Geo. Bullock, John T. Myrick, Simmons J. ican Government the ultimatum of the Government body and every thing 'looking and acting ti W

Weep not for him: who most of the States and civilized nations. comport with these humane and Christian Baker, jr., Jos. B. Ronlhac, \ Hall, and of the United States,'which de- just a everything and every bOdylOOks 1 1
mirth graced scene of There are about three hundred slaves, well efforts to be silent spectators when this great A. L. Riviere. clare that the Tehuantepec treaty, recog and acts elsewhere/ 'Jndeed.Sme of its .

Where song, and wine,.and friends and Moore cared for, civil and joyous. Nearly one-half cause of humanity is about to be agitated in ,The following resolution was then offered ning the validity'o the Garay grant, must Antiqutie lack the featur usually *
would meet. ,- of all the residents are natives of the Baha' Congress by fixing the destiny of the new and unanimously adopted : progress of time. -St. Pets 4

Weep Like not Autumn for him"!leaves though, which be has have passed their away I ma islands. '"They' are called Conch-men or domains of the United States. Therefore, Resolved, That a committee, composed of other arrangement would Gvmment.No though erected before.America w d erJi
to fall ;" time Conchs, by reason of their skill in diving. Resolved, That the Representatives in three members be appointed by the Chair, be listened to. Under vered, looks brighter than St.Paul's
r Weep not for him! Too glorious for decay They are generally uneducated and i ignorantof Congress from this District be and they,ar& to correspond with the Whigs in the several Arista th crumstances.Predent dirctly in Broadway. In the first view of Rome, r !

Is the bright soul who breathed of Tara's the world, but a hardy, industrious and hereby most earnestly requested to use their !I counties of this District, and invite. a concurrence Preident Flmore. of which the correspondent therefore there is disappointment ice '
JfiOL" honest race, getting their living by wreck- utmost endeavors, as members of the National I in the recommendation to bold a says I who experienced it, says,after his J..J '

ing, fishing, sponging, turtling, diving, &c. Legislature to prevent the existence: Whig Convention in Ucheeanna on the 24th "He acknowledges the weakness of Mexico of the city that "it w not the Rome ha $
not for him Death's1
Weep tone though 10waiIT'el'7 They are employed in diving into the holds of slavery in any of the Territories or new instant. I and the greatness of the United States, expected to find-degraded and fallen a 7'e

Is on the air,and thrills the inmost soul. of sunken vessels, to make fast to goods: States which: may be erected by Congress. The following persons were named by the and makes a touching appeal to the magnanimity lying asleep in the sun among a heap Z
Weep not for him! Though Sage and Patriot's to dive under and examine the bottoms of Resolved As to the opinion of this meeting Chair to compose said committee of correspondence of a great nation not to force a wrong ruins; and I cnes to have gone to bed
gone, vessels that have been injured upon the that, as the Legislature of this State will : J.; J. Finley John T. Myrick, upon a weak people. He declares there i that night avery consderbly quenched 1
Strike not toll the! knell! Chime sot his funeral reefs-forty or fifty feet water being regarded shortly be in session, it will be highly deserving and. Frederick R. Pittman. must be some. mysterious influence whichinduces i enthusiasm." i,* I
I I their wisdom and patriotism to take On motion, unanimously 'the to endeavor to But these first only. They
Weep not for him! until a deep response as good working depth. They ate, Unite a impressions
Is echoed back from Freedom's every shore; indeed an amphibious race, having been into their early and most serious consideration Resolved,'Thzt the :proceedings of this force Mexico t.rtfy I treaty reviving a soon fade away; an that was a
And Erin then become what she was once, knqwn to dive in ninety feet water and the propriety of instructing our Representatives meeting be published te papers defunct grant says ,that the government soon comes up in greatness and'grandeur
And writes Moore.Correspondence of. Emmett while she sings of make fast to anchors, &c. in the National Legislature; to use throughout the State. .and people of Mexicobare, every desire to fil and impress both eye and mind.' You
The the most zealous and strenuous exertions to The meeting then ajoure. to throw open the c only t ascend the Pineian, the Cajn-
derived principal from business' Key West is inhibit the existence of slavery in any of the WHITE and'-instances the tact that cmmu.nication the day toline or Quirinal Hills,and look off up 2
( of New-York Tribune.] of thesalvages, commissions and Territories'or States which may hereafter be previous to his writing a bill had been in- o the Coliseum, the: Palace oftbe Caesars,'
PLORIDA.S perquisites. wrecking. It is not, however; created by Congress; and that the membersof FREDERICK R. PJrl troduced into the Mexican Congress authorizing the Castle of St.AngeIotbc.Ba1b3Ofara'
as many. suppose a sort of piratical employment Assembly from this county be requested Secretary.The the Government to offer the right of calla,'the Pantheon,the Forum;tc.,to catch .
WHAT I BAW AT XET WEST. but is as legitimate as any.other of the of in' her / .
.and conducted to embrace the earliest opportunity of bringing way across the Isthmus to any company something spirit ;Roe days
Florida established according to well the; subject before both, Houses of the Madison Conreatlon Hamlnatloa. which would buid a'road: but a for the of triumph and glory. ,.. ,
as regards population is ,the and legally recognized rules,for '
smallest of the Legislature., Opinion In t Wed Garay grant, < not be recognized,
States-her white the mutual benefit of the
thirty-one wreckers
the : *frC
Resolved That in .the opinion.of this if.the United States forced Mexico Monke7flOl j
even upon e'
population and
being 47,120 her slave wrecked and the underwriters. Those Jackson
only en- The.Marianna ,( -
; the members of who'at / countyWig the full extent of the threat contained in
meeting, Congress
39,341. A Spanish settlement was made gaged in it are mostly men.of wealth, cha- the mina We notice ,the .appearance.in Charleston:
; last session',sustained the'cause of justice after announcing the ultimatum-war.
within the limits of the State tacter of .
nearly fifty : generous'sentiments and humane -
yean previous to the settlement at James- impulses. The rule* wreckers is humanity and patriotism in opposing the introduction the late congregation { directors at Madison "It is impossible to believe that Mr. Let of a testis natura,)'n the shapeof:a, nt
Fort among of slavery into,the State then endeavored of their cher has- not exceeded, instructions in boy who is shortly to be exhibited I
town, Virginia. Marion, in the city of that he who first boards the wreck has con- thus represents the manner reception h te
St. Augustine, is certainly one of.the oldestin trol of her until delivered into the bands of to be formed out of the Missouri in West Florida: pressing Mexico too the wall, and pub1. The Standard gives.the following

the United States having been finished the Court. He determines who,if any,shall Territory are entitled to the warmesttbanksof there is little doubt but' that the appeal of description.of this,latest wonder: J

\ in 1756, in the reign of Ferdinand the.Vlth; aid him and in what order, and rate they every friend That of the humanity. /ube'The Democracy, herbout. as 'with may Arista will bring'0 about a peaceable. settlement as It is termed, re. i
.Resolved proceedings of this w imagined, were. ::1'ArcalYoner
and St. Augustine is the most venerable shall share the 'benefits.: He alsO decides ;
< be in astonishment whentheabore was first announced ". Mexican minister who is said peculiar a :
meeting published the of The new 8
in the newspapers '
city Union been settled unless.the selects .
having forty- captain to whom the
between the human
much at affinity. species
I this ;and not so any single to have,;just arrived in Washington a te'mokey.
three years before Jamestown Va., by the wrecked vessel shall be.consigned. Then city. the result in ,tribe as- without i:
I HOPKINS step in the as;.to special reference'to this and other matters, any preioa'
British. the whole matter is 'left for"legal adjudication -! ,JAMS preing' single exception of thislEtter'of'Gen. Arista knowledge of its, to puzzle a natu. :
brought .
Key West is an island at the southern : the amount1 of salvage1 is'determi ed WM.JENKNS.. ., i I[th aregt of te. Maxwell ,for Cnke. with possibly hanl and has ere' thisdeiveredittothe ralist in the effort hitr. Its neck:
point of the peninsula of Florida the Court and each BUCHA
and be. by party shares thereinas Barring the latter nominee;we President". cbinnouthandnosearetbOOf&h.;
longs to the archipelago which beautifies promised by the wrecker,who first board. The ,/ongoing 'Resolutions-being read,- fifty in West doob b in.;while 'the':.comparatively ''small con-: a

the Florida:! coast and the entrance into the ed the wreck.. were unanimously'adopted: after.which the. who b..upo'n Deorat', other prominent Florid 'R. Governor Brown. for of tbe nead, 'wiUCi rr'
Gulf of Mexico: It is the southernmost settlement The award avemges.about.one-tenth meeting that ,"depressed temporal, pointed
of : T nominations even negative frol
in- the' United States, and, by position the:value of the' 'property.saved, and ;the 1eR KiN, Chairman.. relies which wit to toleration.; ide.. :It is a source.of pride to the WhipofFJoidathatthc.CbIef occiput;and per.rphysiogaorncal.characteristics
lathe keif of*the United States to the commissions; expenses,. &C., swell this"to Attest:' WK.< The disaffection t regard to'the'nomJnai Magistrate of .the ;tej prs t.;. ,close affinity t die'monkey .
Florida Passand the Gulf of Mexico. This ', i ', andfeeble State has been'able infcheiin
about one-sixth. There is annually brought>> lion,ofj Judge Broome,< for ''Gy rr.i; young in .tib abut thity-tlr
island: has so long:: been connected,.with into Key. West about f 1,250,000 of wrecked "ClTT: 0YYIULLDxLPIUA, a. 1 rAs we -: spire such'respect for his character and talents when, goes;
tenea of maritime disaster, and vrecliiiF, propertywbich leaves behind some$200,000to ,State* Pennsylvania, !,? ''. mat'and.genr, ; tion from this'county .as to have been-suggested: in'many on all fours.;-The paly peculiarity denoted
thai its repdiilKw abroad has been associated be divided among captains, crews, wreckers T 'to certify;.Tat the above is a I wek tedel push theclaims of Gen. quarters a aczndidat'for the second office by the organization, of the,limbs is>

,Tery generally and! onjostly,' with barbarous wharf owners, lawyers, auctioneers;;' te; ,' exact'and :copy of the! wa wtruc office.. ILls one; the"honor within the_gift of the people of the United tet'gef lg-t'fingers and hands,
violence'and quasi piracy.- It i is, ship wrigbts&CT II: is'the' pr.Deipal'tell- of ararticle-published in" 'Poulson's of-which the West shared. ;In Stats: We AyJt.prhps"who' :and'toes of ..the'nfenoruextremitis

.however,one of the most attractive "beauty ance of the-buaineu men of,the island American'Daily,Advertiser,'Volume'xlviii, own,ranks thia\'b;;'Deye result of no; to say it corresponding'also.with'

Bpbu"! resting upon the surface of the ocean ,_. Thereefsaboundjn, sponge .and.many No.'13,419, published Philadelphia, of f fthe5 OUf.unwillingness on the,part pfany t promi--, I Union of broader or sounder views,,of purer the'npper superior. ; peculiatdeveIop.neft -,
.:-with a;climate healthful : i date' of 'Mo day'inorningNovember. a of bet of ;hUt bone is'also'perceptible.
more salubrious, personsare .incollecting: ,them. It neat Whig accept the aominfn. -WithtbeDemocraC1flth .patriotism, rmore sterling sense-or o ; 'the astragalus
and remedial than' aay other: ,ot upon this IS quite'a lucrative business,"paying'about 29thl819afldvhich'dopV: 'has been tom; t : $ 'inso "t.tar antecedents than Governor Brorn.;,"and : ..:'The actions'of i Strange being -

continent, and.with* population/characterized forty ta dollars per month to each:l and. pared j carefully-and-faithfully mefjpm wasdiffereut-Gefl.Milt0fl: aiwUhing.to with no.nDdue'deslr that conserto of partake,i i every respect, tO of the
hl,u .much the bound volume.of the .nomination., In I expediency shbuld b6 to it;so closely. highest -
; : .intehgenceJOenpliha About fifty-thousand..dollars':' worth is annually a.uJQ'.An accept.'*nd deserved ela wh
meets, honesty industry 'and 'morality; as 11 j shipped. The sponges are.: .cleansed; can Daily:Advertiser, : l times past be did distinguished""ic to th.by.largecOfltributiOas0E I lection of':a candidate'r from7 sj State:. .7 n v&D an* ih: upoa.toewhole
hat'of uy.t6er portion of the Union. driedjjpacied. aadi : belonging tDthLThZaZ. *cpipaf1tl1adelphii. bartyi ( timendvbat can command betthreesec1OraIYCthtisspontaneoUs ) ; tho wnalfr; -of;
pressedandshipped; to *
KeylVest is. the) odpopil6uton1niht : 1 I i New- ork.and thence mostly! sold.to.tbe .. :' '. *, -; f.: ,Ai .' '-* 4' is'still more yaluabl :State of Florida: : S '* ** f '' *4 material d.n:jAn Eleditor Chief. .i eolation or credality;and continues the
eoniainkjr about three French to make Jelt for hats.i:<"ir : : Initneu wherew,I have hte.t'intbsefMybaitd -, i "
thwaand inhabitants.. 'has.:six,.hundred ;Some"thirty thousand bushels'of excellent I. and affixed' -o p. acknowledged t be.one :cause, in his c :considerations He of being by,a'gtadationtasgut; but. flatterintooutsp1s.vJ ';. >

rr atd,fifty bouses;Jwenty-six stores,ten ware salt*annually maJe-onthe island There Ir4IN, &atbi9thdajqf& of ith most ffcieDtdebater5Ontbe Democratic ;expediency bT bD-d h .,__; ,._ : ...
r .'four'ebnrthe*, (EpiscopalCatholic: ; i is a salt pond,"covering about three hurtdred ., ; D r pr i Bjdel,4ln JaterJtimwbe was>ee i heed u .= aera Cnoec.e,1t ":o a-: : S : -i- '
Methodist and the.influx from be '- ."" 'R' "? tq the'Legislaturefrom'itothe-sUongwl tf'Piofl ;a'UD le ")dDu; nirt l. e.
acoud'.houa.jai!, and;fifty acres, *a'being :_.n ..1 I % 5- 5 '
eastern hduft caarim bosfhaJ eomoboui regujatediby; r aoal::..There M* ** ,. "f i- '" 'N Wbg m'tb State. Thes*services t ti: lt .'Sr. ul h 'I\Qi- '. -5 :
I I t't hbl. r ct ., !. : .
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*4 WroflWanitngtotb.Democrae7. &*. of five be appointed by the Chair whose t cTthe harhor at the mouth of .SIferlBe'nfppirtifncefolvrKicfi !:. b, '8J Offcourse,.the mode 'f*interprenVtiorf? oftheKeif I" ('z4hvzngdiscoyere4 tm: nest inour4zppe1lation with the extreme probability of its necessity
'; :. : ," the being> demonstrated and its
in the Union organization
: duty it shaflboicertaiu accurately : strikes me.as '! ; )Vert resolutions?referred:to I ; ot: Whigs, fected before the Presidential ner-
# Ia the Senate on the 14th inst:; ;':that body l arti-: ;'hoviever.tthey Vtuf seems 'nOW bent. on':convincing its election comes
/i possible the probable amount ofeiport: i t does'you.An examination was made i in letter, i a matter of tte.; hl r t. ff circdmstances us to the opinion

.;:.: laving under consideration resolution' calling des that will.b'e raised ar manufactured: 1849jitthe instance of! the Hon.,, Mr.. .: have a retrospective 'a wela! readers that it, contains. tggt.. Take tbefo1owrng bat Union men abolld fore

r 1 upon,the Secretary of the Navy for the and ill the the limits amount of of Marion business: iransacted th&present with-; Yijisii'by; of the hy l: ppbi lofficers' present bearing; and* we opine that the as an ecamplei of. its deeply-af- to nationalize their tia1t paries e'or by

of Lt. occurrences county will be willing to fecting "conviction :" sending delegates to, their respective .
report Temple, detailing that Key West Democracy not Conentions.
., .t; year. The meeting adjourned to meet again of the Coast Survey ; but it w plain a The of
ct Vera Cruz during the Mexican war-Mr. on the 18th instant.n11111uk complete survey and close.examination< .
represented whether
';1 Hale thus took occasion. give! ,his opinion of the subject of tides! and currents, and of by previous consistent' actions. Moreover, does Whigs not, what imply under the heaven existence does of it fis-union mean 1" force their 3 party to adopt the Cmprs to

., u to* Ae.stability .oil fthe; "fi lity" platform, :, nnmm! & the mode of deposit on the bar,'is, necessary the FloriJian' can hardly lay claim to be a We have seen lusus naturuproduced after time wi disclose. The Whig
show their
the?so-called Democracy attempt to mount faithful interpreter of Key West sentiment, meetings determinationo
I facts which engineers may
t to furnish upon the process of incubation, and we think, urge of the _
at. of when it was so wide of the mark in reportng adoption Cmpris asa '
upon JACKSONVILLE: pound any plans for Jhe improvement if our neighbor keeps on" a little longer, finality. Florida _
:; .:Mr.Trttt statement, at the con- Mr. MALLORY'S idea of propriety in the
maJej'a funds at ,disposal Whigs are'ConstitutionalUnion
the harbor. There. are no. my he will hatch a marvellons chid, if he does doctrines
--elusion.. as to' .Mr *Fillroore'- ... early determination -. Thursday, May 27tlt, '1852. from.the appropriation for the Coast matter'of,,the State defegateship to the Bal- not one of the equine species. As we think Mr. Fillmore, the man of our choice, to be r
;'I respecting the Compromise measures: of this for this The imore Convention. However, we shall not upon his platform and our platform,
Periodicals.Graham's Surrey year, purpose. the editor was merely practicing in the art must have our in the
%> !r Mr. Hale (Free- oil) of New Hampshire, of contentious upon this point, a" the delegate support Convention
estimates next year may possibly'furnishmeans b Mr. Cabell and Mr.
,. of for June comes to us of sticking to it, to attending Morton, oar Whig delegation
b said that as the glitter military glory was Maffiiine himself, Col. SNELL, also understandsthe preparator
this the of sterling value in addi- to begin the survey-in which caseI be Baltimore Convention shall let him -gentlemen standing upon our
connected with subject, grist was thus early, with matter the we ground
of Floridian.The
resolutions iVthe and
. ,' intended to. be brought into. the hopper of ion to its ordinary lighter attractions. The pro- should be much gratified to apply to the 'way" have his own conclusions. He may have not be demanding terms To at our instance-should

'. the Presidential election. The Hon. Sena- sent number contains a description of R Hoe & Treasury Department to direct it to be made.A fact of record which we wish to oppose to support CASS, and it would be well for. desrte. send delegates to that
to demand the
tor from California the other day said that Press Manufacturingworks in the premises is chiefly to the follow ter
Co.'s celebrated Printing personal conference with yon is,"I think, him to become as incorrigibly stubborn those gentlemen with the other
the Democratic convention would nominate in New York illustrated by engravings of the relative claims of ing remark in the above letter : a have retiring
desirable, to adjust Whigs asked seems the only practical
no man who is not for the Compromise as a establishment of the various lossible.
the exterior of the and
his work and that of St. Mark's already "There is no person spoken of who is method of sustaining their position before
._ .,' finality. Now he wished to give his opin- inner departments, giving the reader a very Convention By his own logic, he admits, what has he To
1 be the for country. vote for Mr. Fillmore
'. ion that if the candidate should be placed, undertaken and I add, of the coast to likely to before any
of their extent and the modes of may often been that is
with defeat good idea large office, who does not acquiesce in the Compromise. charged there a leaven of : seems to be the duty oi Southern men of
; *: on that platform, he woUld meet a learn that the citizens -
therein. The frontal embellishmentsof he westward of it-as
the Whig candidate operation ." monarcliy in the Democratic party. The every party-the duty of Constitutional
as complete as number are a beautiful ideal female portrait of Apalachicola, &c., desire the same Union, men where."
of 1848. If, he repeatedconsidering ther of the Dr. CHARLES BYRNE was before the late Madison Committee on Resolutions, every .
turbulent condition of their friends in the Itadorc and a full length etching advantage to be extended to them. It is through their Chairman Dr. BALTZELL introduced
The Convention for an office"-being elected Correspondence of the Republican.
Moore. remaining
deceased pagesof a
should tack the of that .
Free Statethey approval much to be regretted my applicationsfor "
their thus The DEMO
the Baltimore Convention. report :
well filled. to
are a Delegate
: those measures: including the Fugitive Slave increased for Florida lELV May 20th, 1862.
appropriation .
Law, to the Baltimore platform, the scat The Westminster Review for April has also been an acted Con his name appeared as publisher of the CRATIC Republicans of Florida," &c., &c. Gen. IfopKiNs, to lighten his supplies,
of the Buffalo will be received. Contents: Tho Government of India; have not been favorably upon by There There Monarchical Republicans
lered planks) platform Jacksonville News on and preceding June, now. are has detailed for other duty, at other points
Condition and ,
.. rebuilt, and a scene of great confusion generally Physical Puritanism; Europe-its gress. 1851. We shall not so far do violence to somewhere in the ranks, and the all but
.- .' will prevail, provided they can coax Prospects; A Theory of Population ; Shelly and Yours respectfully, twenty-five men, which he leads in
: Gen. Scott on the same pl tform. A vast the Letters of Poets; the Commerce of Litera- A. D. BACHE, Sup't. Dr. BYRNE'S scholastic pretensions as to deny Committee on Resolutions are just throwing person> for a scout of ten days from Lake

,- -: deal of credit is taken by gentlemen for saving tore j Lord Palmerston and his Policy;The Early Hon. E. CARRINGTON CABELL, to him any participation in the joint them out of the pale. That there are Democrats Winder. This special command is' fully

the Union-though some gentlemen Quakers of England; and articles on the Contemporary House'of Representatives. editorship of that paper at the time ; at leastit who favor an alliance with the Bri- equal to any which is"likely'to
think there are doubts about this, which is Literature of England America Germany is that the editorials ish, we might summon a defeated candidateof emergency
presumable appearing arise his line
of march
on and I think
S to be attributed to the Buffalo platform- and France. HOUSE OF RKPRESENTATrVES this i
[laughter,]--and to the manifestation of that The London Quarterly for the same month has May 13, 1852. J3y I therein were sanctioned by him; and in the county to prove. an opportunity offers, will give a good ac-

rebellious spirit which the Northern Demo also come to hand. Its table is as follows: Sir Dear Sir :-Your letter on the sub. I News of the date mentioned appeared an article Lands to Florida. count of themselves. The command will

: crats have to submitting to new tests. This Roger de Coverly; Walpole's Garland-1761; ject of the improvement of the mouth of the headed ACQUIESCENCE," which is thus probably fall in upon Fort Gatlin next week,
those who wielded and In the Senate the 10th the bill
demonstrated to Gordon Recent granting -
Gen. Patrick
of Diary of ; Epics ; St. John's river was received after the Gene- introduced : to recruit their supplies and rest. I am
I who would wield, the force and energy Progress of Comparative Anatomy;,Bohemian lands in aid of the Florida, Atlantic, and disposed
., the government in this direction, that it is Embassy to England, Spain &o., in 1466; The ral Appropriation BIll had been reported.It The doctrine of acquiescence in the measures Gulf Central Railroad, was passed. It has to think the ten days scout \"i be di.

.. not safe to go that way any further, and Cannon tho Musket and tho Rifle ; California was, therefore, too"late to increase the of the misnamed 'adjustment so vehemently rected towards Lake Okechobee, and the

i they should by this demonstration feel that, versus Free Trade; First Ten Years of the Reignof appropriation for the Coast Survey ; but I urged by the submissionists of the ret to go to the House. line of the Kissimmee and tributaro lakes
though themselves but a small minority, present day, is THE MOST EXTRAORDINARY The bill granting land to Florida and Alabama -
4 \ George III; Lamartinc on the Hundred Days; feel confident that when the Bill comes to be which lie in that valley.
: they took their .neighbors with them. If AND HERETICAL DOCTRINE EVER PROMUL- > to aid in the construction of a rail-
this is history, we should improve by it. The Old and New Ministries. acted on by the House, the' amount will be GATED IN NORTH AMERICA SINCE ITS FIRST road from Pensacola to Montgomery and Yours, very respectfully,

.: The only way"in which we the Democrats) Public Meeting. increased so as to enable the Superintendent ORGANIZATION !1" "A. G."
... can recover our lost power, is to give up BACHE for a road from Pensacola to Mobile Bay,
of the Coast to
Survey-Mr. this
: The author of will not be
'. iJle pretences of swearinz to ,support the A public meeting: was held in this town, .- surely with a branch to the Chattahoochie aud FonT WMDSX,
: : '. 7. finality' o'rthe Compromis ;and the endorse- on Tuesday evening last, in pursuance of a make a thorough scientific examination and said to have acquiesced in the Compro- flint rivers, in Georgia, were ordered to be T.TLI J-J May 15th, 1852.

. ,': *''%z i- ment of the Fugitive Slave law, (laughter! ,) notice published in the News of the preced- survey of the mouth of the river, &c.I mise." The conclusion of the same article engrossed. DEAR Sra : After almost unparalleled

,* : .. as a part of our creed. The only way is to addressed a letter to Mr. BACHE recently runs thus : I
:* lug Saturday-the object, as expressed, being hard service by land and by water, the two
1 .let be If endeavor
by-gones by-gones.
jji the of this ol "Whig Movement In Georgia.
urging early survey part "TAKEN IN EVERY POINT OF VIEW,
V. .',., to regain' power and place, we might as well "to defeat the nefarious efforts of per doctrine of is a monstrousone detachments of Major General Hopkins's
. .. ." understand at once that the Compromise, as sons attempting the enticing and assisting our coast, and pointing out the importanceof and when acquiescence applied to the measures of A communication in the Savannah Re command that were to concentrate at this

'%'.'. political measure, is just as dead as the he slave population to abscond." We pre. the improvement of the navigation oi the the Adjustment; is must hideous in its defor- !I publican of the 10th, proposes that "each point, were last night reunited. The Gen-
Buffalo Convention both must be content St. John's river. With letter I enclosedthe
,, '*, to lie together, ad ;their friends can go and sume the call has been suggested by a lately my mitt/!" Congressional District shall appoint Delegates eral! ascended the river, scouring the swamps
t\ number of the News"
"., j/* weep together over them. (Laughter.!; )'You detected tempt of three slaves, belongingto containing an What would the reader think of such an to Baltimore on the 16th of June." and creeks along its banks to this place,

.. .:.: ? *cannot elect a man without the support of Messrs. BELLCHASSE & FIXEGAN, to secrete interesting communication, written, I pre- opinion from one who was before the Con- The Republican says its position is that and found undoubted evidences that the Indiana -
; the Buffalo Democrats, and they screwed sume, by you. I enclose Mr. BACHE'S re of the Union Convention of the State butit
4 themselves) for the purpose of escape, vention for an office !I"-a praise-bespattered ; Lad but recently left this region of
w *. their conscience to the last extreme when In interview with him, "
:.. : 1 ''! they agreed to stand on the Baltimore plat- in the hold of a schooner departing from ply. my personal he evinced much interest in champion of acquiescence in the now accepted suggests to those favorable to the Whig country. He discovered among other things

: form. They do not feel comfortable there, this port-in which transaction it is strongly subsequently, Compromise! movement, as a more feasible and certain a field which had been planted by them the

r.' but they will remain there for the purpose suspected two of the crew of the vessel were the subject, and offered to recommend an increase The views of "acquiescence" in the Ad- plan, a general meeting of Whigs at Maconor last year between this place and Lake Har-

.;.: ; of getting power and plunder.! However, if concerned. Not having been present at the of the appropriation necessary to en- justment here quoted have not even the some other point.A ney ; also the bones of cattle which appearto
undertake to tie a fugitive slave to one able him to do the work thoroughly.I .
'., I of you its uprights, and the endorsement of one meeting, we are not yet informed what action am glad to see that a meeting of the merit-if merit it might be accounted in any call, signed by 28 of the leading Whig have been driven into the hammocks and

:: of the Compromise measures as a qualifica. was taken ; nor has the Secretary had sense-of being uttered before the passage of Baldwin county, headed by Seaton slaughtered in large numbers. Th command
of Jacksonville is to
,. 'i tion of Democracy, you will drive them off time, as yet, to prepare detail of the pro- people proposed consider of those measures : they became laws in and, appears in the Milledgeville Recorder, which the General sent by land

'...7. every one of them. As to Gen. Scott, Mr. ceedings. It will be seen the meeting au- this subject. You may rely on the September, 1850-and their condemnationis for a meeting, to have been held on Saturday thoroughly scoured the from the
Hale that nominated of the Florida eount
thought if he should be united efforts delegation to
as he stands, he would make a pretty fair journed over to Saturday evening next. A secure the accomplishment of au object so thus uttered in June, 1851-nine months last, to appoint Delegates to the Baltimore Orange Mount above Lk Harney to this

race of it; and as Gen. Scott is better at committee was appointed to prepare resolu- after. The context of the article from whichwe Convention. The call expresses the place, and found sufficient to a
desired the improvement
much to be -
fighting than letter-writing, he hoped his tions, to report at that time. as permanent take the extracts, we regard as an argu-I determination that Mr. Fillmore shall not sure the General that the outsiders were still
friends would impress this on him. If, bow- of the St. John's bar and river. I the failure of Southern
ment for resistance; as, indeed, might well be slaughtered" by ravelling over this county. They discov-
John's Bar.
ever, Gen. Scott should himself on that St. Present indications are, that our efforts will
r put
be inferred from our citations. Whigs to attend and see his rights secured. ered also that the point where the
his defeat will overwhelming
be bog
platform more -
| be crowned with happy success.
Below we copy two letters, for the use of in The New Orleans Bulletin makes a found about
.. than that of any Mexican General with Therefore, we may suppose the writer pow by Capt. Jernigan ( 8
.. '. ", whom he ever came in contact; his chance, which are indebted to the courtesy of Yours, very truly,E. C. CABELL.Dr. the Georgian is grossly in error as to the erful appeal to the Whigs of Georgia to much noise has been made) is but scarcely

t at best, is not more than middling. Mr. H. Dr. Baldwin, on the subject of the improve. A. S. BALDWIN, opinion of one of the gentlemen before the unite with the National Whig party. three miles due east from'Fort Taylor, and

observed that as the meeting of tbe Convention ment of St. John's Bar-the partial result of We took miles from Fort Gatlin in direct
Convention for an office. occa- not thirty a
Jacksonville E. F.
was at hand, he thought it to be his MUtUtlppI Whig Convention.
duty to make these remarks. the active interest felt and taken in reference sion, at the time the article in the News appeared line. This is rather closer proximity than

Mr. Pratt, (Whig) of Maryland, on rising, hereto by our citizens, and particularlyby Democratic-Positions. to make some comments upon' its This body, which assembled at Jackson was conducive to the safety, security, or

m said that did not intend to enter into the debate the one to whom Mr. Cabell's letteris A correspondent of the Savannah Geor- inconsistent and reprehensible views ; and I on the 3d inst., adopted resolutions to the peace> either of the citizens of the region of

.. but to contradict a report which had addressed. These letters may be regardedas gian wrote thus from Madison, Fla., during after a time were rejoined in language fully following effect. -country around Fort Gatlin, or the securityof
;,. been circulated widely, viz: that while Millard !-
.. Fillmore was the presiding officer off very encouraging to the important objectin the sitting of the late, Democratic Repub- comporting with the positions first taken. The 1st expresses an adherence to and their property. Hefe tie marauder presumed -

this body, under the expectation that a cast- question and much greater certainty of ican" Convention at that place: So that, i we are mistaken in attributingthe reaffirmance of the principles of the Union to take up his abode, in violation of

.. ing vote on the Compromise measures might success may be anticipated from the effect of I see that you notice the Key West reso- anti-acquiescent sentiments then advancedto party> of Mississippi. 2d-that all combi- repeated treaty stipulations remove, and

be thrown upon him, he bad determined to the ,communication of the committee appointed lutions. You speak of them correctly. the editorial delegate to Baltimore, they nations by the citizens of one State against and at pleasure prey upon the property of'
vote them. The further descended the
against to particulars, and rumor it was said that- by the meeting of citizens of this They from Monroe do not mean to vote.to for instruct no candidates delegate who were at.least thus successively promulgedwith he institutions of other States should cease; its peaceful citizens; and were the people of

he had prepared a paper, in advance, giving place, which was mailed on the 10th inst, were not originally in favor of the Compro- the sanction of his name. and that all attempts by any portion of either the frontier less vigilant and watchul there

reasons for the anticipated vote. He (Mr. and could not of
Pratt) thinking this rumor very surprising, at the date of Mr. Cabell's letter. Mr. C. for none but those who deprecate all resist- Whig, copied on our first page, it will. be the abolitionists, are in contempt of the time depredation would be felt in
went to the President and conversed with other words who in the savage
ance-in acquiesce
bas exhibited becoming in communicating counsels of the Father of his The
him about it, and the President had author promptness Compromise. This is my understanding of seen what are the views entertained in West Country. quarters where now our citizens rest in se-

ized him to say that the report is utterly un- with Prof. Bache, when first ad- them, and the delegate himself, Cot. Snell, Florida of a candidate selected by the Con 3d, 4th, and 5th, are in substance the Virginia e curity. This point is over one hundred and

:i founded in fact; that he was in favor of dressed on the subject, as he was privately also understands them in this way, as he so vention for a .more prominent office-Judge Whig Convention resolutions respecting I fifty miles from the Indian boundary, and

those measures during the whole time they when attention was early awakened to it at informed me the day ,before I left home. BROOME.: We well remember the reported the Compromise acts and Millard Fill- could security be given to the emigrant, the

.rf were being discussed ; and that there was the period. It will be seen from Mr. Understood in this manner, they amount to The 6th nominates John J. Critten- .
present accounts of his stump championship of more. country would in a short time be settled and
his be would
no period when, if left to vote, nothing; because there is no person spoken
4 have voted: against them. Cabell's letter that the personal interview of, as likely. to be before the Convention tor what we regarded as radical disunion doc den, of Kentucky, for the Vice Presidency. its prosperity very greatly advance d. This

t' 'desired by Mr. Bacbe was had; and as there any office, who does not acquiesce in the trines, in 1849, in other portions of Florida. 7th-declares in favor of a wise and economical will, :I doubt not, be-tbe effect of the present

] (From the Sentinel: appears to be little difficulty apprehended in Compromise. Acquiescence in these mea- The Judge has, doubtless, practically acquiesced administration of the Government, "to operations of Gen. Gopkins,who spares not
of the entire Democratic
III s The O.lf Steamer.I.I regard to inserting an additional clause in sures nartv of a the principle State with rare individual exceptions. in the adjustment measures.since their promote home instead of foreign interests." day or night to forward a consummation so

_ : The following form-of a memorial is sug the appropriation bill, for the workve may I say this in advance of the meet- passage, and may have even been wise 8th-adopts the non-intervention resolutionof devoutly to be wished. He has to-day'de-

I9vjs gestedand will be sent to the citizens of expect the order of the Department for its ing of the Convention, and not knowing enough-in distant anticipation of the honor Virginia. The 9th readopts the Virginia tailed a small number of men under an officer -

the various counties in Florida,Georgia and {performance to follow. To give some Idea whether that body will take any notice of conferred upon him-to have refrained from resolution also a to a Tariff and Internal to scour the country about the Wekiwa,
Alabama, interested; in sustaining the steamer of the relative claims of this work and the Compromise or not. I know tbat.the and River
f I has been charged! with 'disunion but incendiary speech or writing. Therefore, he and Harbor Improvements. and if possible break up a small settlement
line established between the }party :
I ports of recently New Orleans, Pensacola, Apalachicola that of St. Marks," we mention that in the the charge is utterly false and libelfous.When may &ke p"" with the correspondent's affirm Twenty-one delegates were appointed to of Indians who, he has learned, have taken

month of April the shipping of this port these healing measures" became ation. attend the Baltimore.Whig Convention and
q St. Marks, Tampa, and Key West. : up their abode in that quarter. The Gene
Ve hope they will all take an interest in amounted to 18 arrivals, 15 clearances; while laws, bur opposition, as a party, ceased, as MCQUEEN McINTosh,Esq,another gentleman also a State Executive Committee.The ral will move. on to-morrow morning with
circulating it, and forwarding it as soon as in the has been shown through our presses, by ou'r
that of St. Mark's as given Sentinel
C befoie the Convention for an office"being following were named as Presidential the balance of his command to the head
in speakers, and in our preliminary meetings.The
to their various
-_._. I Congress; In no region of Representatives the United States was only 7 arrivals, 7 clearances. But taking Whigs, however, choose not to see successfully chosen for an Elector Electors: For the State at largeAlex.K. waters of the St. John's river, which he

;I't, .:';, ia such a medium of intercommunication into view the region of country penetrated this,'but to continue to. misrepresent us in stands also in the category of latter-day McClung, James L. Alcorn, Samuel S. to cross about fifty miles above

_ :'! .. more indispensable, and in none could it be by the great artery of the St. John, there the most unblushing manner on this subject. acquiescents. I is well known that he did Boyd. For the Congressional DistrictS this expect place, and scour the right bank to its
I will
i! t.i 'f, : backed by a stronger appeal to the fostering can scarcely be a comparison of the amountof When the Convention adjourns, not approve the Compromise, but, on the Samuel Benton, Joseph B. but
I ..;. aid of the General Government. The Re- send you the result of its labors. source. are twenty-five strong,
t t4 which roust find an outlet at the exerted himself in Miles E. F. Simrall.
product D. contrary, opposition ,
: Yours
1 presentatives of all the States bordering on equal to ten times that number of less efficient -
't4 the Gulf will be false to the interests of their mouths of the respective rivers.' Indeed, We clipped the above from the Savannah that series of measures immediately before After the completion of the business of men., It is not'the number that constitutes .

constituents if fail make it sine with the improvement of the St. John's, the their his to the Convention resolution
.:,.!.I' they to a Georgian a week or two since and are reminded passage, by .urging objections epr.es5ng'the the best troops, any more than the
t! ..:, qua non that this line shall\ receive such vast amount of the produce of Middle Flo them in attachment of the of
by it.of a'rather inopportune denial as a weapon our county canvassas deep Whigs Mississippi b ulk"makes the1 man. It is the life, the,spirit
\ aid will enable it
moderate safely to
!. :. as pass rida'which would be diverted from its present i in the particularly evinced in declamation to Henry Clay, was unanimously adopt '
) .1 the incipient stages; and this is all that will made! by the Floridian k* Journal the determination, the energy. We.are
f\ be necessary: channels to course, through that river, comments by that paper upon the f ''proceed against the C Gravelly Hill resolutions," ed. The reporter of 'the proceedings says able to endure any thing, and feel that, ,we

'13* ; To the Ron. Senate and House of Representatives .- would itself decide all question as to the relative ings of the late Madison Convention, of and also by his public avowal I Here's another the approval by' the Convention of this resolution are equal to a much greater number oi other

'{";. ? of the United Stales in Congress claims of the two outlets. charges formerly made against' the Democratic !"in'response to the famed ".I DO !" of was "strikingly and touchingly men. :

... assembled While referring again to the subject,it the Democratic candidate for in evinced." *
may patty of disunion tendencies. The : Congress I: 'must beg you to pardon this hasty

;S The undersignrd; beg )leave respectfully be made to not be out of place.to. advert to the demand correspondent of the Georgian, by the way, 1850, before a political meeting" ,in. his scrawl.. I ,have had' but a few. minutes t

:I i" to urge establish that a regular suitable: mail appropriation communi ation, at which the question' and the improvements it will be perceived, uses an initial answer place, when that candidate was asked Do Marion-County.. write yon this, by ue'of the .letnrning

_I ti ;b frequent intervals of time, on the 'Gulf: connected with i it, will have upon the attention ing to.that of the,'name. of. the editor of the you'prefer a dissolution of Vie Union to the The following are the practical conclusions b ats When I have more time and good

; 'I ., coast, between such points as are not now of those who are to represent this section Floridian-and a denial appearing. in, the passage of the Comprmtse measures Ty of the Conservator, of Ocala-which 1 write you better and more
f 0 aterals wi .
provided. of East Florida in our 'next General the the If all who pracfj'ca%.endorsed that declaration has been high consistency" -, '
1' .. memorialists that the : letter quoted similar to above sup paper governed ,by a full account of our scout through this unknown -
I': i, mode Your'of cOII'municaUon'betwun'the represent places Assembly. :it will' ,be'e n that parties are position in altogether un\Tarmnted'tbat by voting for ,.the 'candidate so plainspoken and patriotism)in its',devoted .efforts region.

I',t\\ !' jo" the States of,Georgia, Alabama, and organizing ,uudertake; the work: of the both disclaimers prpceed from.the same pen'. in his '"feenii were to be brough hitherto in forming} a separate organization, Yours, sincerely, O. H.

:'"; Florida, lying cm'.or near' the Gulf coast of i once abandoned Brunswick and Pensacola As this' evidences a strong.desire.to become to,the ,: ccgut wence'!' admitted,by in disregard of old names or issues', and with

: the Slate of' Florida, is .ltremelYllow a'ni Road.: If thiss'reality, and such a work oblivious to circumstances, causes and re- the Georgian 'corespond nt,. ilear''not reference fundamentally to maintaining the tcMvrflcauD.l, ,'

L J,''.i.,, ", uncertain transmission'pf! and that; eFpecally mail! 'matter quick from and 'certain thi- should be completed, ]it ,will 'divert a vast cord&i" which placed, .self-styled( DemocracyinFlorida only the persons!*,' before tile Conve&tiofffor' integrity of the Constituti,",and the Union }lr. Editor* Among the great(J improve' ') .

J:. 4 seaport of ,:Apalachicola! ,- 'the' exports of : portion of ihetrade' of Middle Florida: ;am in the position 'of'.utter and well- office," but the.Cdayention j itsel/'wouU/ <
tC'\ ; which place! are"the products.of Georgia i the northern' u n.t1esof; ,the'.East, from! 'the merited discomfiture,.we ,take 'the occasionto ruled out by the scope of the :Key West Democrcy to the.. formulaof party mention, through the medinrn of your pape r,

'.. I: "'! Alabama, and Florida, to the port of New now'growing port.of Jacksonvillel.wbere i it Union resolutions, as'&"acquiescing"! more State ia the science ofteaching '<
\ and resuscitate, for the refreshment of ,unte- : has left the Whigs of'the. -who exhibited the rapid advance made ,.,
Orleans, has not yet.been'attained, can will naturally,sentre,if:;we are. prompt and memories { incidents under .the influence. of"chances. than. princiUi i. "in, 'The' new method c4
r't only be by'means of steam vessels.! ; nacipus a few' ;: by no -- their willingness',though a majority, : # ,
'i'r,: It). 'also: manifestly desirous that Key faithful our interests, to: the foreign markets'or' means calculated'strengthen the'disclaim-l Ples.. -', ",/ ..'; .. ; ., I to,jJbliterafe former'distinctions, _'in' the. ,effort. Messrs DAT"fc BEAM, .called the Single.

t ,. West,'Tampa, St. .)fark'*; and Pensa ola : Georgia j{and:ias .the maxim which ersthus: advanced.. 'Wshouhtiaj; l ,'however l' i t ",_ ?, .'_ .t amalgamate a'Union" {[party-but one. Line,. Sight-Singing, 'system, appear to
.. should' &put in"'speedy and regular com- sometimes:governs in.:political. ,exigencies, Delegate. from,South Florida.. > r. -"and ." ,
i '
,taught ,
that we have no desire Jot'political -' tional course : :that of coalescing With their bei.! far to any now .
t ) tl mubication 'with each o b.er.&Dd with New "_Sau!',qui peut,". I is oftentimes applicable: 'We.'t learn oy.letter' ro'tii 'that perr' correct rules;, ,
'r: ,.j Orleans by mail iteamers. effect in the? present campaign, to revive the ,Key West old'party associates, providedthe'new.priaciplewhichTiowforms'BOTitai -, ; owing to 'its.easy, simpieand:

it' ;.. hAil of wIch13:! ,l r pe tfullYr.ul)1nit!; to commercial rivals, so it behooves us amoaf ghost("of/'Disunion," when'the bodyjortml the' Whigs of. ,thafxityhave: appointed Dr.D : an,,element must necessarily. Buprsdal.e'cp1uand

'j representatives to look to,our.own State monster,)has,f by,the. verditof''the.'peoples }flt'WHITIHVRST. as, a Delegate torepre.eeflt"the ill the'political l system i .be.recognized' :, ,imperec'lySe i
_ f t i. ;} ; .3 *' \jn't crests,:and see( that ooraid'1s, } not giver been,soeffectuallyiaid:,arnicas there-! :a i ;in, the Baltimore' ..ConventionOtber ; I, "AVTo go back into the old organizationsr forming'chbirs church 'I am fally

k\1" i The Ocala Conservator. iie; an account to foreign .improvement!.to;the detriment:. ofprojectsdenrnndingas's growing i disrelish l on.the part'of, ,certain;pollticianiio.be i appointraents;would :have been made without .requiring the,recognition,'o(/the aware'of the, ,excusable iDc qu u y:and;re- :

\t i t. of a meeting>yeceiiUybeld in that place to. first duty the united : "styled,;' .., we ,hart. I for'.South Florida, bad there 'been,time t Compromise,:would not only bejpuerilo'an ; take into eo idera oD.th.! p prietrorbaf'i''I' ving efforts'oTtrar citizens' and'tbr i publieeer: .. d&un&on ridiculous, but hardly honest. To go at all; attributed
i : be
; 'i A- Bank -AgencY' established ere.-: "" "" '_ no".wisifja j i disiurbany i. pheyequahimtyby: j| ,communicatesviththeotherporionio1! tkeDistrkt might seermlike acknowledgment of, the fangled systems;' \This Ja \ ,

;' Tbe nece wtof web: ,>n agency emed tQ "'ants:' ;!,. ._ ., '. J giving'.the term a special individual applica- ,_jpkWiOTraDRST; iook his I depw inutility of ,the,organization atflnaIde j the frequent hurn'b attempted'[ *bjw B 1B*>. '

1: be granted by all preunt.but the, propriety ". -'. '. .--,- .. .. (OFFJCZ,-( tioa;-more especially Ihe''charge}can J be "qremyhe.last stearner1romKeyeir! ; r sertion of the tprjec .. Blt"wlth'a; devotion i ecf offal)hupe ; but I can.confident
', .", "IC .U'f ftrJtvu > '
t t of cautious calculations..formedUhe basis of ) > r i'What > .tending make .brief'" ) former .to the Constitution and the .whiclknowjf. KUiaUhe' '"'Mesais.DLT.&(
'addressed ; :; F-W, alDgtd'M1.; 189; J !atwaystpet! yfP08"? 'ya'dimnwn'principieslafe call ,q ,a yisitHto-his r I eysteoi>f
who &
: f.', the argument the meeting of several On gentlemen motion! of Mr> v.t! ; I Sir.-+4bave!iKe\bonor;.fQ.>acknowledgethe ; .. ; i ::;those'best ftu-.J.. 'calcaiatei' -. 4; :'abode St. AttgVaU'ne'/previW' 'to,hb ate -. ". no;,* btemeltit.th8'rI1ce :an>aiUnbft:, ,prganiz&tion Bxkuvrnow most, )luccwa1fitgh' !, ia

i W;: ')1.S S. Harris, it WM re olved: ,tb t,,*.committee receipt of yours of May"3d, in relation to prm"ib; Union. H dance at Baltimore I ; knowing party or section, and our city by Prof. L. UM con1. -

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., .A/. .i '. ;"- : .. .', ";. -- ..hCbrIest,"-..". r.J' '. : ,'.' ..":" ....,'"...'--_-" "- _'.- --f--.- -."<-< "W.c .._ 0 I) i

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vince any one who will gin U his attention f 1ST OF 'X.KTTKRB, remaining fa'.the b j

and who has the heavenly gift of music JLrf 1832. Port. Office/:at, Jacksonville_' ,"-Fla.,May,-Mth... WEBSm'OICTIONARI__ .. Ift: ] ::1I "Il:! E M'AilClassical ': :;_ $ .flflndPIojda'c.' .Hue.TJ I LNcUefS: -- ,. 'Jr'-' J1jfj

in his soul" that it deserves much, more A' Loflen.Hebeeca; V i J; .' _, .. I S"tteoants and pt7 -
< I raeasn the
commendation than be elicited Alexander, ADen, Le1ana.no.H -t'TRE'ENTmE-.WOnx. . UNABEIDQED.aOa axEngi1zh .1.Pk.te. Probate.of t o
can through Andrew, Samuel M.Mellichany .-, Itut. A'- : Jb.iI: ask&.. .
Addison,G A Metea1fMA *Vol.Cr wa Quarto,of 159: Pea.fcr charged = lU
the means of a short communication. To 2 L. M. .o
Atkinson Woodman E H ConUfeinf TRUE TIKES the mattes found U aa N.P.BROWN Principal. COXETTER,COMMANDER, S-nn.1 Low. ,le of e ,. J V1 .
confirm this fact itis only' necessary for the B MeCadden John W I 6 other Eajluh DKUOOAI}compiled in Uu country.pvLl nOW.rinnlagreualsrtv 0* the d* w : .
of music when Bright,W A Mclutolh,10hn T 'fllD mr' had several :Line between Charleston, to.JAcab' a
lovers to investigate it fairly, Wm A rpHE SUBSCRJBERhavLTg years I'J.I I s :
Bardon ,and the
Morris Eli SC John1
J 2 0. & C.Merriam Springfield Van concluded to 3
I am sure, their prejudice against things Blaisdell John C [2 MeRae & Ashley 2 tbh h School in and respectfully es Schedule has been W f.1 H R1pMITHi. ,
dis I' Brandon, Fielding T S Machett Joseph .IalMU Ir iii BNkNUIS.. public to thl pl its .of,a and 4ea the A '
new under the sun" will be speedily I3 ft8port,John McAllisterTiam J It win his,constant effort to merit the YriOflSiIOrtS: _AIIig tor.Feb.281 18g. mar t
0 "
sipated. Brodnax, William McLaren, Cclen VEBTXJIIOirXAX.8. fnecad esteem of his pupils; and to instil Leave Leave Charleston every Tuesday at 12 o'clock .. Notic : "
B&ewi,Jim Morgan,S D which Savannah 'Wednesday at 4 P... '
tend to
Mr. FOLSOM has already taught twenty- M Its is extended- I doubt develop the human Leave Jacksonville S&wEESafturdalaha1g&llc:1to-
reputation "
Braoaia Charles McBrady, Wm widely intellect and to refine the heart. every Thursday at 10 :A.x.
four lessons in this place, to a large Class, Banon, Robert Morlock. Wm not this edition has received essential improvements Without.being in the Institute Leave Pcl every Thursday at 2 .P.X.KrrnXXntO f4 fel****"*' o 'M th ; in .J
Booths, Wm JBritton. Miller, W L from the able hands it has passed : will be the1a seta bor. Aat, ., ..
and designs I understand, to continue his Wm L through." principles. Leave Palatka every Friday,at 7 i
Mackay,John By a.mos'thorough syrtem of reviews and enaminMiona2 A.x. JOHN E._ COLAIAN.Votice. :
instructions to such as have a taste for that C Mitchell. J K which experience has the Leave Pkolats every Friday, at 10 A.x. _Ai *.-,"u:,ul a.
Clark, George Morris,George0'XefflMrsSA Principal ntter hUD8 thai Kn lfedge Leave Jackn11 Friday,at S" p.x. Ap B. t rJ o
once -ii
exalted and exalting .employment the practice Carver, UartweU N. acquired, cannot Leave every Saturday, at 9 A. x. .< 'I
of sacred music. Cox, John Great inducements are the way of The Florida has been built knnder the special SI 80th ar data 1 win present m;. ae-: .
Clark William 0 and beauty of offer superintendence of Cant.Cozetter,and her speed Acl1tntoTI'he Estate ef Wm.
healt wish-
OKCAN.Pcnsacola Clark, Geo li Oliver, Sopb1 send their children from home,as and accommoo for passengers a unsnrP8 Johnson, Ho ,of Probate i
; no pains
Cahill Johnson 2 1'. BEST DEFBHXO DICTIOKABY in the P.ngJ.i.sh will be spared in providing for their comfort a1 ever placed on the .John's.ni Columbia county aud for a final l.
and Brunswick taU Road. t reigbt and ent and allowance of
D Pollard. T Language. enjoyment. passage as low as by any the same,and of 81'
Dimick. Joseph Palmer Hiram C The discipline will be inflexible, though Any farther information ea be obtained by ap- I charge f the administration of said Estate. -
The New Orleans Bulletin in speaking erring Julia Parker, Moses Jtoact and persuasive.The mid plying to either J. W.of the undersigned aCDt .: ** GREEN JOHNSON.. .. 11

Durham, Wm F Plainer, SedgwickL 3 course of instruction includes all the bran CALDWELL; 4 7. Administrator. t
of this enterprise, says : F:.W.BUKER AIHgator.Jan.S, 1852. -
B .John B ches of a 6m. .
anner Perpall, Abraham and in thorough finished English Education, STnah !
ACCTBATB RELIABLE giving a just :
It is the intention of the Company to Dixon, Elisabeth Pitchell,John B exhibition of the Language." and a full preparation for any College class. ", Notice. -. .

complete the road within five years and amish J C Ponchcr,John ENGLISH STUDIES. R.March .R. REID. Jacksonville. ALL j t
from our knowledge of the character and D emere, Paul Perry, Francis 31-3m patk t estate of Roland n1demnd.api .
Dukes,Wm G Orthography; Reading; Penmanship Phonog lumbia C .
Peckham James 2 county, are hereby : 2
resources of some of the members composing j DamilU E J R. raphy;Grammar; Ggphyj Ancient and Modern The steamer THORN will present them de within the t M' .

the association, we ha\e not a shadow of Dukes, Thomas Robinson Joseph 0 History; ; Compsi. Leave Jacksonville prescribed by law, or they will t 4
doubt that their expectations will be real 'I E Richardson, Philip tion and DclamAtionj Botany; the Voca Saturday morning at 8 for on every persons indebted t said b bad ad a A a
Music, a. m. t
ized.: Messrs. Robert J. Walker, of Eubanks, Maria Roux George S Dwg. touching at PicoUta at i past 12 p. m.Entrr, mAt p1 the undersigned. U.
Wah-I F Rylander M. E. SCIENTIFIC COURSE. Pilatka Monday at 8 leav J. WKIGHT, 1 J ;
at 4
S. R.Brooks Amos Davis nu, Enterprise
ington ,
Davis ave
Floyd, Robertson, S J at or before ex administrator.
of New York with some half 44 THE MOST COMPLETE ACCURATE Intellectual, Moral, and Natural Philosophy; Tuesday, 10 p. .; same day oS' t
Chauncey, Floyd,
Rogers, GStringfellow at 1 m.for Pilatka tTax .
p. ,
Astronomy Chemistry Wednesday Sale.B
dozen strong, substantial men in Georgia, Fitzpatrick, Meachel S AND RELIABLE DICTIONARY OF THE ;Logic; Geology.MATHEMATICAL morninagam arr.there i Y virtue of Colecor' '4
at2p.m., in
have the ability and will to commence the j 1'Frost, J W R H LANGUAGE." COURSE. andamve at Jacksonville le Picolt. Way passengers shall eipose formic Tstd the me Court by House Law, : i :

work and give it a lively impetus; while ,Grothe Wm G Smith, O. L. I 5 Arithmetic Algebra; Geometry landed at any point on the rivers door,in the town of Jacksonville, county of DB- 'o!
William For
Robert Collins and Elam Alexander, Esqs., i Gilligan, Edward Stephens Sillient George 9 try; Surveying; Mensuration; Trifonome P.S.passage:-The or freight, apply ou board. nJoo the first ,Monday in June, 1SS, between .. >
days that the THORN is legal hours the
unem- ,
will embark in the enterprise, and give it Green J ames A Smith, John etry; Differential and Integral Calculus. ployed aUackonvie. will be appropiated for property, or so much sle tberof rolowie pay deb C i1.

their personal superintendence. The latter Gomez, Emanuel StandjandJohnGunter aJ CLASSICAL COURSE. towing or in the river, or for and County Taxes due thereon for the year BEL i C
James W Sargent, James A towing rafts, should to wttt :
gentleman is well known through the Southas any ,
of Garden, Sam Spears, Hugh A Latin; Greek; German; French. offer.Feb.. 19,lS52-3m.. Five hundred and twenty-eight acres of Land, : M
a practical man great sagacity and H Storer, AbmDHickman A course of Lectures will b delivered during situate, lying and being in the of '
energy of character, and to this communityas Joseph W Stevens. Samuel the year upon Philosophy Chemistry. The NEW HACK LINE Pottbn Creek," and is numbered swamp Section Big .' t1 3 ,

the efficient President of the Washingtonand Holliday, Georgianna Silcox, Isaac C School wl be furnished with a new set of From Alligator to Ocala Florida. 1-De upon the Plat of Township Three a t .
Hyland, Hugh Sander, Mrs. Moulata will afford apprtus. : 01t.
New Orleans Telegraph Company the ad ample opportunities range Twenty-seven East, in the office ,
; Hart, Konbin Saunders,Joe coming acquainted with ience and the practicalperation L 3fe3te* The subscriber takes this method Surveyor General of Florida. Said Land being '
former gentleman, Dr. Collins, is a man of Harvey John T. And thirty other members of the United States o of its laws. _3gnrtgTlCof_ informing the public that he owed by the heirs Francis or owner :
a thousand-one of those rare master spirits Holmes, A C Tyler, Jacob H Senate. The Academic year will b divided into four now in successful operation, upon this route, b unknown. URIAH UOWDEN .. >:
which give tone character and prosperity I Harris, S L Taner, Joshnwey quarters of eleven weeks Students may enter fortable and safe two-horse HACKS, which ran TaxAss'r&Col'rD. \

to. a country. For many years he has Hand, Joel W Trundv, Geo W after the COAmencement of any quarter, and I in connection with the 'Eastern and Western Jacksonville, Fla.,Nov.6, 1851. 13-ta .
Hedrick, E C Till,David be charged only from the time of their admission Stages from Alligator to NewnansviUe, and to
devoted his exclusive time, and all the energies Hall,Joel Tewell S D TERMS Ocala by M Micanopy twice a week: leaving Alligator Tax Collector's Sale. .'
of his strong astute mind to works of :I Thomas A on Mondays and Thursdays, the arrival By VIRTUE of the power vested in me by :
President of the United States. upon
internal improvement; and there is scarcely Jenkins, Rfthard 0 V. Board and Tuition, including lights,[fuel, and I of the Eastern Stges. and run through to I shall expose for sale before the Court : .
road in Central Georgia in the Johnson,Mrs S M Vanght, Mrs'Sarah J "Etymological part turpatia any thing that wag, per Session of five months, $120 0) Ocala so as to connet Stages from Palatka to louse door in the town of Pa&t. county of s
a construction K W. ha been done for the English Language" trench extra, 6 0 Tampa Bay, on Tuesday and Friday nights. Putnam on the fir Monday i t 5
of which he has not participated, and i,Knight, Mathew Woodhull, Marus LKermicbael bluc (including use of Piano) 15 0) He would, further,assure passengers who may between the hour of &pkbr,1 d 1.
been the main instrument of its progress or J D Wickson, J Drawing 5 0 take his line at / igator or Oc.that., if they abed property or so much thereof .will .J\'
completion. Men of such stamp deserve I Kiost, John Gottlob Wheeler, Henry Painting in Water Colors 9 0 desire to proceed In to they shall .he State and county Ta .due thereon for the 1 4 :.
I Kingman, Francis 2 Woodruff, Elias ,i. Oil ( be accommodated Vith comfortable ear1S5Ito wit: 16,000 more or less of ,
and i -120 conveyance ae.
success, they are very sure, in time, to L Wess Edwin { Including Instructions in Perspective Na at reasonable rates of fare,as the lint Ld situate,lying and being in Section 38..of i .
attain it; a few such amo: g us would, in a Ledwith, Michael Wright, John 97&L4tC ture through to that point. i continue Township 10. S.,of Range 25, E.; Section 37,ofpwnshipll : .. .

few years, make Louisiana what Georgia Lycurgus, GeorgeValtace,Joseph (Payable quarterly, in advance.) Ever attention within his power, a to the [ S.,and Range 23,E., and Section : :
now Is-the Empire State of the South. Low Washington White James M FOE DAT SE. of passengers and the safety of baggage 3 of Towhi 10, S., and Range 2ft; E., &- ., I ..
Lloyd, Win Ii Studies IO will be rendered, and he most respectfully 11, S ,and Range 26 1.; ; C 54 i
Mathematics (
English | ;
0 "sid Land being returned the of .
solicits share of the public as 4.
Later from Brazil. Persons applying for Letters in the above Ii, Deluding the Scientific Course, 12 ( a pat-onage. bert MeUardy, G.R.Fairbanks property ". .
0 CHARLES F. F1TCHETT.Newnansvffle by Agent. '
will say they are advertised, or they may not get "Every icholar knows its value.. Latin and Greek, 15 0( ,? ft.- -. BUYD "-'|kn' a .
A Rio letter in the Boston Journal, dated them. MARK BUTTS, (Payable uarrlyin advance.) Apr'I8% 15-3 m.E.L.HRISON Tax Ass'r 4 CohI'r Putnam I 1 .
Jacksonville May 14, 1852..3t. Postmaster. A liberal for in county .'
pupils Feb.19,
April 12th, says: -i: / the Primary studies. Address [ & 00. 1d. ." .g :

"The weather is very hot and dry, and Arrival at the Uutlington House. / / .N.F.BROWN. Columbia Co. Tax Collector's Sale.-4 i { .:

the yellow fever is making fearful havoc I L-rZ References. G LED virtue t
WITH'S BRICK BUILDING. BY of authority vested in me by law,1 4 :
particularly on board the shipping. No S. BUFFIXGTOX, PROPRIETOR. A very valuable work-a jrzcEssrrr ro Hou. WILLAED HAL Rev. S. R. 'Vvniooi'Rev. expose for sale in front of the Court .t ;

vessel can remain in this bay, while the ." COBEY CHAMBEES Capt. H. B. NOTES- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. louse door of Columbia Connty,on the first Monday j % :
May 18. M. Williams Fla. wine Village of June, 1852, the
of ; D.MILi Brandy -0- following described tractor ) ,
present state things exists, more than five W.H.G.Saunders,Fla. May 23. Z4h Del.Rev. T. ,Dover, Del.;Rev THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform parcel of land situated in said county the ;
Jays without getting the fever on board- May 19. M.Owens &serv't, Ga. J. E. Rockwell, N. Y.; Hon.J.OLIPHAJJT JL their friene and acquaintances that they Snwannee river,near'Livingston Ferry'on o said ; jaB- I

consequently, there are not, and, in fact, H. Timanns S. C. M. McG. Brea<]albane, ,Dr. A. E.Brook1J N. J. Teach- have mercantile river,containing acres, owned by Amos Bin- I
there have not been for weeks, of our J. Houston do. Fla. erS-THEO.HYATT, Rev. THOS. CANX, Rev. Z.A. business in thi place, and are now receiving and ney or heirs,for taxes due the State county ,
iu this any 'J. S. Bowers, do. W. J. Price N. C. "The most and Dictionary MANSFIE.\Vilminoton,Del.; L Bnaows opening at stand above named, a full assort for the year 1851. State and county al*9 .. ,
ships (
port. They are mostlyat MiS R. Hopkins Fla. L. A. Hardee, Ga. ,Ma. ment, consisting of D Go, Fancy Articles, A.J.T.WRIGHT.SherifftzoffidoTmxC'tor.. ;
of the
Montevideo. Language. Groceries Caps, ,
May 20. W.B. Hardee do. oot Sho Hat .
"Some of the American ships have suf- J.G. Clark, Ga. T. Cause. N. C. Jacksonville Female Institute. Bonnets, &c. &e., with ee1'1 variety _goods Alligator Dec.13, 1851.
fered severely, and I have known of several C. P. Bnist, Fla. J. H. Mcintosh, Ky. usually kept in a Dr Goods Store. Which decJt
R. H. "reese,lady,child W. Rirkins, S. C. f iil7r- THIS IXSTITON, having been in sue they offer for a cheap a they can be .- 1m'
that could not muster hands 4
to get and servant, N Y May 24. operation more than two years, purchased at any establishment in the Southerncount1'1 NasauOoutyTaOolecr'ISae
out of the harbor. The American ship Victor G. Mooney and lady, I J J. Hodges and lady will hereafter b under the joint control of ; their entire stock having been selected BY VT .utorit Y. f
sailed for New Orleans about fortnight Jacksonville. Palatka. by one of the firm, with much care and attention e wi expose sale, infront .
any MR8 and with a view particularly to this market, Court of Nassau county, on the first t-
Dr. J. W. Hubbett andlady J. H. M. Madison Fla. they do
since with two able do ." Mrs. MAE.LOW has connected with]
only to
men tionary of the language will be required of
N. Y. John N. Reeves, do. flatter themselves that they will be enabled to Monday the following describedtracts '
duty. Many others have been here as it one of the most popular Academic at Greenville, give entire satisfaction to who may favor themwth or parcels of land situated in said cnntp "

were, entirely deserted. The Swedish brig MARINE NEWS. S. C.of, and her brings character with and her success the highest as a Teacher.testimonials their patronage, a a to the prices and One tr containing 250 acres,lying near te res ,1

Dolphin has lost three consecutive captains She also refers to Col. B. M. PEAESOS and Mr. quality of their goods. Mr.John Higginbotham, on a swamp
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.Arrived. Subscribers will be constantly receiving called Little Mills;another tract lying on Fank/i !
f within the past two months, and the berth LL. D., of Scotland, author of WM. D. BrEXHAM,of this place. such additions to their Stock the state of Swamp containing 250 acres. lands
t is now vacant. II Ch. Philosopher," etc. Miss SWART tenders her thanks to her the market a described by Te Sanchez a, 1.
May 21. Schr. General Worth, Philips. Philad. feds may require and having made arrangements surveyors as .
t "I notice,.in-bound, a fine ship, the Catalpa "' 24. Schr. Convert Brown. New-York. and the public generally and respectfully for the liberal informs them in New York, orders can b suppliedat and are sold for taxes due from 1&5. Taxes due Z .
U JOHN EIISK1NE already reve the shortest possible notice. the State $15.
l 120 days from the Sandwich Islands! Schr. Hornet Small, do. that, formed association with]
t for New Bedford with a cargo of oil. She ,! U.4 i "" Schr. Pacific.Yates, Waldoboro'. (LATE OF QC1SCT GADSDEN COUSTT,) Mrs.MarIon,which goes into operation on the be Hides received,Tallow in Bsa and goods.Thick.Barns, will A. J. BRDDCK .I: o r#, 1
Schr. Bartlet New-York.
Palos She :
sails to-day for home. We have also in, Cleared, Attorney at Law, let of March, an additional number of pupils ca Friends and customers are respectfully solicited nov 27-tds e -- -
received into the institution whom faith- ,
from New York, in a paesage of 39 days, May 22. Brig Emma Francis, Barlett, N. York. Has located in Jacksonville and will attend the b. and conscientious discharge, of duty a will be to call and examine this stock before purchasing State .. i .
the ship Racehound bound for San Francisco 20. Schr. Gulnair, Rosebrook do. elsewhere. E. L. HARRISON. 01 Forda County 01 Daya. -
Circuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern cheerfully by both the teachers. J. P.SAN DERSON. Sarah A. .,? tl
with 275 of the most rowdies 24. Schr. BrookvilleLinebnrnerBathMe. Mrs. MAELOW will devote attention
filthy thatit S- _
and Middle Judicial Circuits the Supreme Courtof particular September I, 1851. tf. vs.
19. Schr. N.H. Hall, Cummings, N. York. .
to the French the
was ever fortune to behold. I as Falana. > '
my hope 22. Schr. Frederick Reed Rose Dpament. a uu Joseph .
do. the State,and the United States District Court .
; that they will get away before they contract Dissolution of CoPartnership.T BILL FOR DIVORCE. J 4
i this fever, for it would make terrible woik HEAD QCAKTERS,4xa BRIGADE ) for the Northern District of Florida. Terms per quarter of eleven lek.Ohogphy. HE Co-partnership heretofore existing be TT appearing to the Court,by affidrt that .

them. For the I. FLOEIDA MILITIA. JMavpart his time is devoted exclusively the legal pro- reading,writing, and tween R. Bulter. P. Moody, and H. E. W.Clarkeunder M. Joseph Fa.defendant to '
among past day or two, we Mttt,May 48,1S52. feuion. -$400 of R. BOULTER&CO., Bill,resJde bond the jurisdiction of this Cu. k
have had fine
I very showers, which"e hope ORDER So. 3. 5 is this dissolved mutual and out of of Florida,but
Grammar,geography, and history day by consent, by the
will occur with sufficient frequency to break 1st. FREDERICK C. BARRETT, of the -Oce in the basement under the "Republi The[ higher branches of the English 0 withdrawal ofH. E. W. Clarke. United Stt I I OEDEEXD, that publicationbe .l i

l t up this pestilence entirely." town of Jacksonville, county of Dnral, and State can"printing office. ly may 20 education, ---------6 0 The business will hereafter be conducted by me Three Ime Dwspr.once week for the .
aforesaid, is hereby appointed Adjutant General Extra ch Messrs. Boulter and ,under the name and space said defendantto ;
t Mr. Milliard. of this Brigade with the rank and title of Major.He -Ear Diseases. Deafness RadJcaUyCareeLDr. vnguage and rge drawing. style of R. BOULTER & CO. appear plead to,o answer said Bill of Complaint .r
will be obeyed and respected accordingly. LE BRUNN offers to those suffering The musical department of this Institution, i la R. BOTTLTER. on Monday,the second day of August ensuing t
Mr. Ililliard, of Alabama, formerly in 2d. All official correspondence intended for infallible under the charge an accomplished L- P. MOODY.H. the date hereof or the said Bill will be taken lo4
from Deafness his AURAL REMEDIES !
Congress for six and minister at Brussels these Head Quarters will be directed to the Adjutant performer on the Piano Forte and Gni- E. W. CLARKE pro cfeJ against him,and such farther ;
years H order given in the to the Court t
General who is fully authorised to receive which have been successful in nea.rJ1THItEE Pupils from .can premises a _may
; writes as follows to the Union Whigs examine and report the same to me. THOUSAND CASES of confirmed Deafness dated ta. with ,in respectable b amm Persons having claims against the .Above firm, seem meet. .-,'- 1 ".
bard are to present them for settlement, and THOMAS
of his State EDWARD HOPKINS* These remedies have been by Dr. $12 to f 15 DUGL. t
[ : pronounced those indebted threto are notified t make settle .. iJut -
Brig.Gen. Com'g4th ; Feb.26-tf &ol
I Such men as Mr. Webster and Mr. Fillmore Brigade, F. M. Kramer of Berlin, Itard and Deleau,of Paris ment. STATE or FLOWDA,> j

who forth their in behalf and Curtis, Pilcher, Yearsby of London, as the For Sale-PriTate or Public. May3,1852. 1m_ may 6 County of Duva> .
put strength ..Notice.nnHE --- 1,ISADOKE Clerk of the Circuit t
J :
I of the Compromise measures in the great LADIES of the Episcopal Church will most wonderful and effectual ever applied for di- Jgtf The having entered into aJj..positiverengagement Paper Hanging Depot Court of the EasternClrcuilofFlorlda fo Da f.,

struggle-confronting as they.did the angry JL furnish a SUPPER. This (Thunday) Evening seases of the internal and middle ear. They to locate in another:No 44 Courtlandt-street, county do hereby certify that the abv O.l 3 !
surges of Northern power, and throwing\ ,May 27th, at Mr. Jons HOLMES'new storeroom comprise three different courses for the various State, offers'for sale, at reduced prices, Merchants'NnYork ot a true and correct copy of the. Ae
back the tide at its flood-these ,on Bay-street--the proceeds of which are diseases that effect the external middle and In- Acres of L.in this vicinity, lying on Mc th i nmyoffiee. 'J
f gentlemenare to be appropriated for the benefit of said Church. ternal ear. If the disease is confined to the external Coy's reek extending on both sides of the llIE Manufacturing Company(organJL Is Wrnrsss WHEBKOP, I have hereunto set my' e
to be abandoned by us, at the very moment -Admitttance 12| cts.-children half price. ear, their affects are apparent on the fifth ra one mile, and two miles on the bed under the Gene Manufacturing Law hand and affixed the Seal 0 said Court,this 19ta .
when they stand moSt in need of our 03-Doors open at 8 o'clock P. M. may 27 or sixth day. Dr. LE B. warrants a cure in every King's ra eastern bound being within ofthe State of at wholesale in day of April, A.D. 1852.. 'apL22Poinsett's 1
Notice. cote, where the year is perfect in its formation half a the market buildingson quantities to suit purchasers,at MAJVIACCla'
I aid.We ; it are new, but mostly in an unfinished LOWEST PRICES, lor approved credit Indian iLoxecust. : s
lie baa certificates from those stat
profess to be Union men and of the citizens of Dnval t eighteen had c '
yet we adjourned meeting
There also of
AN been deaf from infancy, whose hearing is now and cost about $1,0. are on a Paper Hangings, every variety style and -
t refuse to act with a National party. Wet interested in the protectionof, Southern completely restored, and who are now enabled to variety of young tres. viz.plumbs,peaches, price. Testimonial from-a. Regular Phjralclaa. j ftThe
will be held at the Court House in
propose that some few Southern States shall property learn the language. Over ticenty-tven hundred apples white walnutsquinces (choice vaetes Borders to match following certificate of the efficacious qualities .'
: meet in Convention and nominate candidates Jacksonville o'clock.' on H.Saturday D. HOLLAND Evening Chairman next, at 8 eases of Deafness have been tucceufully healed by Sgs pmegtessuppernong grapes, A Fire Board Window great vaet1.Trnt. i of this Medicine is-from a regular. physician- : 1

t suitable to us. Nothing will more surely -F. C. BAERETT, Sec'y. may 27 at him.>oli cation.Certificates t that effect may be seen o two He will also dispose of his growing crop consisting Oil Pant Window Shaes.. in Columbia county PTSB: GROVE Columbia
-- ,) .
bring about an overthrow the Republic j BUFFINGTON HOUSE. -Patenu. by sending a few particulars of theirea in .part ot fifteen acres of corn of Curtain Papers and E.E,February 29th 185%J 1
: than this acting by sections upon great national remedies sent to any port. Ter oats three of sweet potatoes, fifteen. hundred Window Shade Fixtures, DEn Sin: I take the first opportunity that has
questions: the North is to meet and SUMMER ACCOMMODATION. Five dollars consultation fee; tea when mellon hills, (Iouishing and well stocked with Ofthe latest styles and .uperiorfh all their of stock their presented since I saw-yon,to write you as I promised '

deliberate and the South is to do likewise; PERMANENT or transient sojourners in the hearing i restored to its original acuttneu. young kins and lemons mammoth, and hills one of pup is own large manufacture and entirely and new, they invite Merht to do, in reference to your Indian. Loxeeust.-

they cannot take counsel together. Who find accommodation suited N.B.-Dr.LE BRUNN'S'Tnatite on the Ear eahe. one Booksellers and dealers in these Below 1 send yoa my certificate t
to the season, for single persons or families at the and itsDiteates, and Treatment ofthe Deaf andDumbtranzlated garden vegetables; aon thoudcabbae their and aicl PnE GKOVX, --l
does not see. to what this will grow The plants, (some of them heading finely,) and examine styles prices they E.F.,FebruaryZth
great leeling of country-a feeling which BUFFINGTON HOUSF. from the French-Price one peas, bs, beets carrots, lettuce, celery visit the city. Mr Egbert Poinsett: ,
This commodious establishment dol.Ad ye1t eschalots, Country Merchants can examine this stock from
was completedand Dear Sir: baveuscdthreebottleiofyourIndim *
reaches a Southerner when surveying with prepared for the reception of Boarders on Dr. LE BRUNN, Union Square, New &cuubrs.. tup 6 o'clock in the morning till 10 o'ck i the, Loxeenst-all succeeding admirably. One- "

proud satisfaction the advancing prosperityof the first day of October last,-the building having apt 22--lm a Brick Yard,with one of Hall's patent evening. of the bottles was used in a case of Chronic Dy- f-
the Northern States.' and which fills the received an addition of about five hundred I moulding mahC two iron mud-mills, chain New-York March 1, % April 8 syntery which had produced prolapsus ani,or protrusion

bosom of a Northern man with a flow of feet front,with piaAas running the entire length, -Buried in a hill on the place of the pump,tin., fifteen thousand to twenty Tallow. Grease and Ohio of the rectum,which had baffled aH other .
patriotic ardor when he turns his glance onthe Front and rear, suiting it as comfortable as any FOUND ,five miles from town,an erfdless !. thousand bricks,recently burnt. Also plantationtools On ,Mineral Paint., remedies that had been tried, (and these were.
House in the Soutl; and affording accommodaefitof which evidently belongs to a large mill &atnis a few kitchen and household not a few.) The result was a final cure with on
plains of the South,stretching from Virginia tions for over one Ifindred and Jin1 persona. I Chi by proving property,and paying ltk. &&e. 300'bal Machinery Oil, price 1 cat bottle. Your Indian Loxeenst'U.the most positive .. t'
to the Gulf of Mexico-will degenerate The subscriber uld laY more particularly to expenses can recover the same, as there is,a On 12th of July next wha remains .per .' and certain cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea .
into a narrow regard for a section. those visitin the youth for healtJ1.and the beD- doubt it Las been stolen and conveyed there. unsold of the above wi offered .2 lonsle. 75 cents, in casks of va ofsnyremedythtlbavesayetIernedthsnaeyours .

Whether we be of the North of the South our delightful climate,he has had an eye to Apply to HENRY D. HOLLAND.myl3.2t at PUBLIC SALE,without of. .1uPectfQnYj, &c.; I
let or their especial comfort, and has made his arrangements ,Jacksonville. The l will be divided into lots to suit parchasers 200 barrels boiled Paint Oi 5 eta per gaL W.CATO, M.D.
us be AMERICANS. to make all who may give him a call,comfortable ,: .ite tonqnestionable,and terms accom- '5,0 gallons do do do p N.B. Send. me another supply,immediately
The reply to these positions is, that if we and well eared for. tnod&tins. in casks of various sixes. mar II' P. W. C. ,
enter the Whig Convention we shall.be {&: -The Tallahassee Stage Agency at this "rUSTICKS- NOTICE for In the absence of the subscriber, E.J.JAU- &bal Tanners' Oil,various kinds.D -I

bound by its action. Let as insist the House. ep aoATlU District, Jaek DON, Esq,win, be authorised to &for him ,from S to 60 cents per ':rO Druggists, -
upon SARUJEL BUFFINGTON.March w Cut.ur JOS. : gallons, in of various sixes,various Confectioners Patent
nomination of sound who will on the third Monday of month. BAR 1,5 Apothecaries, Perfumer,
stand the Jet ; J8, 1841.-6m. PROPRIETOR. Those interested are desired to take every notice. JACKSOSVIXXK, FLA., May 20,1852. kind and qualities,from 35&0 Medicine Factors, and Dealers in -
by Compromise measures; as OLIVER WOOD, 09-Jacksonville growing'rapidly in population cent per gon. Toilet and Articles.
E8JUVED i 60 heavy _
announce that shall to Co beag FancL
we join our support JNO.-W. PRICE, and tO ; .
trade in Corn-
none other than these-and if we are not Fresh Clams! Lobsters; & Salmon. Justices ofthe Peace. The"RebUen'and U Goga" SaTn coar of mchir bal THE of over One Hundred Recipes or. ,for
mIlE subscribehas OB hand just received from Jacksonville May llth,1852. nah Ga. C., are cades an-CS&n01' requird.Pc
met in this spirit it will be proper for themto a Curie 6 the ne of Druggists,;Apothecaries, Perfumers
per ud.
look elsewhere for counsel but I JL Boston a supply of the above-named luxuries may 13-8t News copy 2t] requested abov three insertions, and 150 eent in at Confectioners,' Patent,Medicine Factors and, -
; earnestly in Cans,put tip forkeeping. They.are per forward thei'ant on or before the day .of the lowest Mir Pa bal. Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Articles. ,Edited by
tope that we shall not find it necessary fectly fresh and ifll continue for a long time ina New God! New God I sale,.t payment. Machinery Oil, warranted not to chill.in the HORACE EVTKEXT,Graduate and Member of the '.

to withdraw from a body representing state of preservation;being hermetically sealed. coldest weather, and considered by those using it College of Pharmacy the city of New-York.
the Whigs of the United States. They an an exclent article for family use,being .At alanc & Tin Copper and Sheet IronWORKER equal to sperm oil.. -' Also.-The celebrated Recipe of Professor Wfl-.
H. W. HILLIARD. a fine relish fora regular meal or for luncheon. New York a ', : TJofltd Paint Oil, equal to Ud.Oil,other lard,for making good Soap at one cent per pound
They are unseasoned so that seasoning can be *9 Large Assortment of Fashionable Spring than for white., :, that will wash better,and quicker,without labor,' .
applied according to taste. For sale, at 60 cents Dress Goods,of French, to ?? ,.
Brit. and r America :The undersigned I prepared perform I eonstantlyreceiving.Iarge of the than any ether Soap ever-... 'This
Something LIb* m Ctuuie per can, by $i. S. S.TYLER,, Mut comprising : kinds of'.Tin,C Sheet Iron above am named and my nppe Small aIone1swortbfftyIimUthePr10ftbeb0ktGany
Monroe,between Pine and Laura sts. col d GlnghamsArnertean do. ,such as of light Ancles !' ., family Exclusive wholcsaloagentforth ;
The New York Exorest mentions that Mr.P may 27-3t. Jacksonville. French, EnrlL-b,and American Prints, linary Utensils,making and repairing profits a, quick, "tur._ B. F; United 8UI*: _and Canada. T '

T. Bantam, with that ever restless spiritof Furniture Chintz,Fig'd.a P Lw }rs and Spouting for Houses-Tin Roo 56 Water t., (under the Pearl PON,) LANDOIJ.
enterprise which is his great feature, has NEW ,BAWPRT. and Muslins,' Zine Cf and all kinds of work Jan. I, 1852. -- New York. \100 Nassau-street,N.Y. .
Bread and Fig'd Swiss MumCssnb'and to his business,which be ,
. ifiet. and .Cakes. Dlackoau P .1 ,1IO.ta. PoctOeeStarnpsenelo.sdtto ,
bought one-hall of
about of the
:. np city nnHE -psztnrehip heretofore existing be- promptness and despatch., Pekln Tea Company Warehouses, that amount will pay for one copy,which wCl -:',
Bridgeport, Conn, and,. baring ,charmingly -L-,twenMyersfandCoopman, in the conduct ackonets,plain and ebece : for articles, or t'Cor'the! 76 and 77 Fmltoa at ,. laid it cat, advertises to cell, at first cost ef,the Baking business having been dissolved .Fig'd Bsrages,*"Silk Tissues,very,re untry.irm tprmpt Stationers Booksellers, Newspaper Agents,&..; .\ -.
{. every alternate lot the to the suhsciber desires to make known to the pablio temf, _, J.LHOARm. THE PEK'TA'CMPA: has enclosing a cash remittance will.receive the work '."
*' all making payments that he win hereafter carry on said business singly. -wide- Black Sflk''very cheap,Man ,May 6' B1 t.akODve been yea has at a large discount 01''._ april W' -
j't uma. The remaining,lots, He has mad. full preparations to supply the town and Florence Silks, of .always maintained a Jh reputation
wanted in ralae by the adjacent improre- and other purchasers with very excellent BREAD, ,'Cp Shawls,plain and embride ., Brought Jail} for Teas of the most c Cotton and Woollea MacMawy aad

& nta will famish him with his share of PIES and CAKES which be is now delivering Ke G1vl Black 01' L Nthetenth' -of M7.NgrOJflan'M1ad: and fl and. a prices which have i enF :SteamSawm1andEaz1e&: : .
th profits regularly at the houses of eutomers.He .- D. Gloves,. f- be belongs The Teas a w .::-r
? The spot is a lovely and ealuwxxwone takes this /pportanity,cf expressing,his 'Lied Polka Gaiters," WANGTN. S oC s ranted pure;and ao.may b if they doD' mIlE ESSEX COMPANY,;WwiZxS.) .. _". ,. 0 -

and the New Haven railroad1Jw ; thank for the liberal evidences of encouragementwhich .bronse-tipped Bootees. Open Gt .Lwnde.cun-- prove to b a they represented.- T.1e ,JL, *tCmu35mWffl. Ueede'rJJ 01'.1.; 'f
directly through,"U. Mr. B.;they ay, he has alreaxly received,and,while respectfully ,Single Ta Buskins,'Slippers _, ty.Ga., &oiu..ent years Says c1exoD I sold by ih Company are done np in 141. den: forCotton and Woollen Ia hinenr of air ._.
ne styles of Bonnets icbe h it kinds and will whole MUll from Uk.
ui even advance of the fan asking ft eonUnaanee of the same, feel warranted rve Spring Ib" ; Ib.psckigei--iiiakiiag eTa& contract for :
some on in claiming for the bread which U often D.Children's H&1i BnDet richly. "&.. .o week&j country m mt to have' I net water wheel.or steam engins to&Ini'X n*<. ::
? jr
terms :
to enable '
r .OI : purchasere to build ba all the ealeDtiala which trimmed 1 Con Colombia Emit' with a-small, eapital., Hotel ke chins. ,Steams Saw Alills lot gangs or single '
"e*to occuny, or rent out,'on the lots in qulitiel81111U'PU1td. the itdr of liCe palatable.,aft, -A4 COto"JD&t. I :French Flowers&,r 1: '. Jailor- ,- county, f may always certain of having on their saws. Machinists', ,Tools'oTsvery description. ; -

t OIl., This is the w.j. to.make money wholesome. He wfll continue to use the best floor, Qtntlemen'i. 'fTiar ? r y2Gtf: .. uniform ct of Tea; which Teas,;ot whfch Locomotive and Freight Cars*Machinery.Gta.l1 *
.11, by patting money into circulation whUb,with personal experience in the art of Baking BooteGgtLerssndSboes, .... ., jgT.T.TNaOT" 'OLD ''STOCK* there is ".a cO., np &'threewrappers. kinds on hand, either finished oem In&-.IG.:-','f-- '-"' _
bis.ewtoaer mads assortment, .. .The Inside second .that orders can be filed in, short notice..Pirsons .: _. ",'/r",
: Ready
' vanetBg the'general good as well a. ,Justifies him(in promising .. Ctc_.c ittention fpnf.' tar proof ;and the f papeor I- .Termz s.r very low..-'-> : ,-''. "
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OWn interests rood a4fiunaieiiujy- / witkinthelimitjofaittowninppliedataaeariyhoiir-- -i 'r Country 0 merchants supplied for cash, ca.'terms !I\h't'heir bVti. pplycf GK0CLES -pp eoetraetlng for Mais wfll U'furn sd
Ticket* wierjr .
; = equal&New.York prices ;The country.public :; .'ATI \ p .at lb..: Y or1 to.eh. b., with drawings for'arranging_ the Millswitkoai"ehaics. - .
JOB caO and examine prices, &cwb1el they selllnj cU UwAjent,, JOH 4.NYER : :
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,I oenJ m.y c PKN1 11U&t GI. bamins.BOULTER& CO'''" ,: : V.; '.- Bh I. > i -. GORDON MeKAT, AgiaL

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THE,FLOKID2:REPUBLICAN L ..- : ;.State*, a.c..D.Uf : to-.a thos wh.U similarly afflietedTT
"V; V..ISftmtKHlDEVXlTTHDRSPAY.AT AUCIONEERNG'. AND ; .STATE_ HOUSE6FFICERS.Governor .J t . 1831 Caad.., from- .dar i!3 1 I Po.neit's BENJAMIN. .' .DAV'
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ti.: .Jacksonville.. Dmral County E.F.fcjr JACKSONVILLE f < ,{'FLA.nnHE ;THOMAS BROWN J rayerynwimthteri manuscript- ; or. papWof ..: :: JACRSONVXLLt1 Joe

. ::. COLUMBUS, 'DREW. Secretary State; CHARLES W.'DWNIG. &kind .upon'which'information abl be Dear Sis I a entirely relieved of 2,1
have into co-
SUSCRIBES entcf Attorney4enertkDAVID P. communicated In or vlaint> for e
HOUE writing
or 0 you your"ID4
TMua..Three Dolbri par annum, payable JL. ,on Comptroller/JOHN BEARD. or signs seat by mail,the rates mentioned mar OUST,ths tie have' L
ever use,
.pon ordering the Pap the above business, and are_prepared makb Treasurer, WILLIAM R HAYWARD. table shall be charged j and for every additionalhalf to it bU fo
sales either OB consignment or at auction, ( of dud Hee hl
v rtl'
Ol Register5tte fraction 'ofan bove"the &
ounce u
if not paid,e-efote tbe expiration Land..VD ounce or publ. .
Subscriptions, the firm being an auctioneer.) Both of rtn Clerk Supreme S.: hAYWARD., weight named 1n'thIs 'additional single .. GfOR
: ; of the year are charged$.. a well acquanted with the merchants and citizens JUDICIARY. rateistobechMge.tabre a "", rlr To E. ,Ee. : CTEl

Advertisements win" "Inserted at the following of the interior which gives them the av. Court ., 'PULC. o&

:& rates One Dollar piriquaie.(oftwclve Knes)for tage ef making ready sales of any them goode-consign. Supre. ., Jug -Residence. : years dnotd mach BATO ISLAND, St.John'Beach,>
chandize be sent t* oa .
Day Pensacola till. 1351. I
we Walker I Ck. |
subsequent time and the Ag\
f elrat.,and Seventy-Five Cents for every ment. : Ace colectio Sir
; ; Hon. A.G. [Associate 'I Apalach'aToThas'o Dear I win info
you three
i will their attention to makingjroodand various medicinal Ti. of
give plants
To Advertisers a.liberal' They peculiar
Insertion. yearly Hon. L.A. Thompson | rots ad my children dangerously with
:4 would respectfully solicit i the
discount win be made. AU transient Advertisements imeiat sale They ts and tradesmen of Circuit Judees. i i to p ninsularFiorida,the proprietor of tory or Diarrtwea,for abut p.

account wish to HU in our market. I Geo Hawkins Apaloch. 8 & 8 this medicine ha acquired a knowledge in this almost everything weea forth
(except by persons having a running 9thcr cities, who goods \ Ho. & *
1' attended eer I Baker I TaniseJacksMIe branch which is obtained those disease,but all to no effect. A friend ,
with the office) must be paid for previous to pub Any business i their line will be promptly I Wayles !: 8 o rarely by commended o miner*
me to try TOUT Medicine
. to. Eastern j Thomas Douglas I I r. whose object alone is botanical discovery and
: cation. GEORGE H. SMITH, Southern \Jos.B. Lancaster I K. Wea t .1' oR DAN LOXECUSI pOd iSSdS

Persons at a a-distant can govern their remittances PRICE. James M. Landrom,Sol'r W. Cir., UcheannaQnincy I 0 clasifction. to say that U & e aO thy,.
; rates REFERENCES.-A M Reed. Pernandcs, Bisbee Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir., WREN PREPAID. Cts.Cts. Cts. CIS. present year he has had no of my chen-hvinllour-
f for advertising by following Co.,R Boulter& Co., Samuel Willams, Alsop John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E.Cir., Jacks'vne Weighing i os. or under.,being thought of compounding a botanical may becme UOW.I that all Medc
; One square-(twelve lines) published six months I Jacksonville; Boston & Gunby,J AL I Ossian B. Hart,Sol'r S. Cir., single rates. . . 3 6 10 15 his labors having been remeyhimsel be afflicted with this disease may fcav. ,a 11
-fl'i.) or- #1 0 &rohe Burs., ?Moore &Co., Seaborn .S Over* oz. and not over 1 ox. 6 12 2 3 of orders from abroad. and safe remedy, Yours tryJAMS: -er
: -, 15 00 Jan. 15, 1852. OFFICERS.First Over 1 oz. and not over 11 oz. 9 18 'uml
Ji Two for six months vannah t. COUNTY 3 4
: )
squares Over 1|oz. and not over2os.l2 The manner in which he has been t To E.Poinsett, Esq.
I other Business Cards an. 10 00 AGENCY name Judge of Probate; second name Clerk 2 4 6 e
Legal and per [ Over 2 oz. and not over 15 place himself in his position
- Sheriff fourth name 21O. S t present a
CLAIMS of Court ,
T 00 FOR ; ,
creditors WHEN UNPAID.
Notices to debtors and Gadsden. &0.) lax follows:-A personal friend afflicted with u 18
; .Application for letters of administration 5 00 William E. (whenever it Collector.occurs as]in Single rate,a above. . 5' 10 1015 having failed of obtaining relief Dear Sir: Ihave tried your very Mec
M Assessor and Over J oz. and not over 1 10 Dysentery, clue for Diarrhoea and find it by far the
Notice of Application for dismissal as Administrator NEAR WILLARD'S HOTEL PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Western Circuit. Over 1 oz. and not over o 15 2 2 3 I from the regular faculty one day addressedhim safest cure for this dangerous disease that I bar

$10 00 Continues to give his prompt of attention claims before to the Congress arrangement I. Counts'. P-ffiSP'i a Post Office. Over 1J oz. and not I o oa. 2 3 4 3 4 6 thus-"It is said that 'every soil and ever k01 or hea of. My little daughter,aged

1 For announeementofca.ndida.tesfor office, 5 OC or any and of prosecution the Executive Departments. Escambia 44 Charles F. E. DeLarua N. Penola Over 2 oz. and not over 2J oz. 2 r. 5 clime produces an antidote for diseases peculiar abut year skeleton suffered,and long I tried and was f

::"Iof No announcement will be made unless the same Claims arising from the Revolutionary Florida, u F. DeLarua* U NOTE.-From and after the 30th June the to the locality; if so, you with your aos. Dart o

. .! to accompanied with the amount charged. I or Mexican wars; Invalid, Revolutionary Half- Santa Rosa John Chain Milton mode of computing the rates upon 181. knowledge of the field and woo must ducetto ou a INDI, LOXECUST a

.: : Editorial notices for private benefit will be pay or Widows' Pensions ; Naval or Army; I E. S.Amos C UI ( -i.e. letters from one office WIth the United know of something to relieve m. may be seen by those who do not.
Bounty Land or Scrip, under law of Feb. 11, Isaiah Cobb,Jr. Territories lieve. b
States or to also Respectfully,
The that he
ohdvertill aother. ad upon reply was was acquainted
. double the rate ns. ,
'>.: barged 1847,or August 10, 1S18; Arearge. of Pay and Walton Daniel McLeod Ucheanna letters between the United States and the British A.V. COLVIN.
-V1JH Religions,Obituary and Marriage notices,will Mileage due returning Volunteers; Claims for U Angus D. McKinnon North American provinces to be follows, to with the properties of some plants and roots To E.-Poit.Esq.
Horses lost and other Property destroyed Exp u Wm. W. ". a which he would have the
be published gratis.Communications. ; McColu- wit: Single rate, if not exceeding an onnce ; deire
i .incurred Volunteers before being mustered Abner Gordo ST.NICHOLAS, Fla.,July 31,1851. ,
must be post paid. *< by Holes Cero double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, but notexceeding effect; and animated with friendship,
and received into service ; Waggon-ma Martin\V. Bret treble Sir t This IB tc certify that two Bottles of
: : an ounce; exceeding an about the of a medicine immedi Dar
i preparation
. ter Teamsters' claims Marines' sailors', Robt. R. '
.e' and ; called "INDIAN
ounce but not exceeding an and a half your
." 10. ; ately. The material was gathered by his LOXECUS"h
&c. &c.Having. -- Hill
permanently cured
0 Orange two
Washington and so on charging an additional rate for ofoU
"l:. J. P. Sanderson ; all the forms necessary for a proper Norman A.Campbel additional half ounce or fraction of ounce.every own hands, and then carefully compounded.It nr Diarrhoea. 1 take Neg ora.

, J ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, j presentation of claims together with the rules John A. t The mode of computing rates hal letters to was completely successful-the cure was your valuable Medice being without doubt

..'.l HAVING removed his office from Columbia and regulations governing tho different Depart Jackson Fred'k R. Pittman Maana Great Britain, and to all other countries,, The fame of this cure, spreading one of the sres rmedes for this d
. ;;- to Jacksonville, Duval County, ments he is prepared to undertake all 4' S.C. Bellamy the British North American foreig excepted, efected. circle of friends induced that I have heard of len. oun
., respectfully informs his friends that be will continue what kind soever, that may require the services 41 James Griffin will remain as at present under the act of 3d among frequent VV.O.MclNTYRK.
I- the practice of his profession, as formerly. of an Agency at this place. I' Calvin Stephen K March and agreeably to instructions appended applications for the medicine until, to avoid To E.Poinsett, Esq.

..t Ha will attend at each and every Term of Particular attention given to the proper settle Calhoun R. B. BlountstownQnincy to 18. of foreign stages.DRECTINS. the trouble of making a preparation each JACXJOTVTLLK,June 185L
the Circuit Court in tho several Counties ment of accounts. Benj. F. Parker 9h
S. o time, a quantity was made up and kept on
Quartermotrs' the c Thos.J. Land c Sir: I have used your .
of amount
the Eastern Judicial Circuit., the County regulated Dar
Arch'd T.Bennett ]st. Every exceeding hand to give away without a thought of in and hare found it a
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme and the extent of services required. Franklin Apalachicola hal famy. very valuable
clmed. Sam'l W. an ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single accepting a remuneration. More than one remedy I take
must Spencer great frecommending
; Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. to insure insertion a ple
.!..t Augustine. AU businl'M.entrusted to his care post paid dee 4-tf c ___ e4 or rate. hundred cures were efected. At length, by it to public.
b 2d. All or letters in
J. E.
't'' will receive promptattelrtIO&1.'f' Middle Circuit. post office,doplete placed for delivery any the advice of friends, of the inroads Egber Respectfully Poinsett TOWS
Address-J. P. &INDERSO.X, Jacksonville AmERICAN AND FOREIGN Edward C. Love made his time and he
shall be
Gadse only, charged with postage at the rate of upon purse, determine
Dutxd Coitntv, Florida.Jacksonville. C Lester I E. Fla.
AGENCY Rob one cent each. to manufacture the medicine May 17,1831.
.Jan. 17.1850. tf B. c cn.
; CITY OF IVASIIIXGTOtf, U Hugh O. McLean h 3d. Each deputy pstmaer. whose compens scions that what had proved a blessing to a Dar Sir This may certify you that 1 had a
:: ; McQueen mcIntosh Leon David W. Tallahasseecc ton for the last year(ending the could lose its virtues from girl suffering under a severe attack Di-
UNDER the direction of AARON IIAIGHT Gwynn June) did not may send through I few, not ,being arrhes.and that the use of one o
.f. t ATTORNEY AT LAIV, of New York, and WORTHINGTON Oscar A. Myers II the mail all letters exeeed$2.' himself, and receive I I offered to the many or from having its mer- preparation called "Indian boUe your
.". WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern I GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New Haley Blocker c her I
through the mail all written communications cantile price, instead of being cured ,and would take this or
gratuitous. UlVbUOU
. Circuit; the United States District Court at St. Orleans, Attorneys and Counsellors of tho Supreme I John H. Rhodes I addressed to himself,on his private businesswhich commending it as a valuable Medicine. r
, Augustine tbe Court at Tallahassee .1 Court of the United States. Wakulla Wm. J. Council This then, is the origin of- very
y ; Supreme ; Newort.Vm. shall not exceed in weight one half ounie, free of Yours truly, JOHN BRANTLEY.
.'.; J and prosecute! Claims for citizens in any part of This establishment is formed for the following a' \ W. Mound postage. This does not authorize them to frank INDIAN LOXECUST. M. Egbert Poinsett.JACKSOSVILLK.

..... Flonda against the Government at Washington objects: I Abijah Hal I any letters unless written by themselves, and on He does not enter the fiel as a competitorfor
I' : either before Congress or at the Departments.lry 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of a' Alfonso Comb I their private business only; nor does it authorize public favor in the ranks of Quackery.He ,July 2fl, 1851.
:: Ct ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East Florida. the United States and conducting professional Jefferson Thomas J. Chce Monticelo them to receive free of postage any thing but has no dreams of building a Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with
Craven G. up splendid
:) May 2.1850 tf business before Congess. written communications addressed to themselves, a severe Diarrhoea-so severe that I could not attend
.1 2. For the and recovery of all claimsin I Daniel T. Lenizo IIII and on their private business. fortune from pills and potions. Yet he doe* to my I was to
,: James W. Bryant, law or equity against the United States be- I John Woolen not profess to be s disinterested a philan- your bue. remende. k

,I. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, I fore Congress or the executive Department or MadisonHamilton Alex'r McDonald Courthou Xnmpapcr Rates,per qwjrterwhen tent from thropist as to offer his medicine for the pub- Bottle of it. At the same time two procured members ot

: t Will attend to Professional business in the Courts against foreign Governments Board of I Saml.John H.R.PattersonRobert Sessions I the office of pbrcaw actual and bona fide lic good alone. He wishes and hopes to realize my family were afflicted with the same disease.
'fc; ? of tbe Eastern Circuit Florida, and in the Fed-I Commissioners. 'a I .ub.rrb.: fair return for his labor and the We all used the medicine from the one Bottle;
Oral Court for the Northern District of Florida. I 3 For the settlement of accounts with the McKinney the 30th of June, 1851, for each a expense and I am now happy to that curedus
: .: ALSO AGENT State Treasury, War, Nav. Post Ofce. and Henry J. Stwa Jasper newspaper afer exceeding three ounces in weight, to which be has been subjected. He all entirely. We are ior.10' and I hearty

:;, for Business in the State respecting Interior Departments, 'a William iiii. the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly offers no universal remedy for "the ills that from th,u of only o Bottle of your Valuable
S general sion of fines,pnales. and forfeitures,for alleged iiit 'Vm.J.J. Duncan in These rates only apply where flesh is heir to but simply claims to have Medcie. 'x ours truly,
J'I:".,: grants and donations of lands and the location violations of post office, or other Jeremiah R. Smith the japer avance.from the office of publication to TIMOTHY HARRIS.
J or selling thereof.ALSO laws. Eastern Circuit.Columbia actual and bona fide subscribers. discovered a remedy in the vegetable king- To E.Poinsett,Esq.
., AGENT 4. For securing letters patent for inventions Geo. S. Herbert Algatr dom for a certain kind of ase; firmly

:. for the collection of Claims upon the United from the United States or from foreign Govern I S. Scarborough iiii believing that when he it will cure, he Mandar F. OcL I, 1& .
: ; States for Military or other services pensions, ments, and procuring land warrants and pensions iiii A. J. T. Wright but what the says of that medicine Dar Sir-Some on a visit near
: npplies furnished volunteers, and for horses or I under the various pension laws of the United Lawrence K. Mickler UAlhua >73 : : speaks name and was suddenly taken very .&
other property lost, for which the United States States. A. M. Caston Newa.nsve r. purports in the Seminole dialect-THE TRUTU"OISEff'S Your Indian Loxecust was romIde The

: is liable. 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, Sam'l Russell iiii .ii= -1 : friend that I was visiting t hT alt
A Mrcrt Jacksonville.East Florida. legacies, and inheritances, in the United States I Chas L. Wilson* tie of it in the house, and I used it, ad terla
and foreign countries. Duval Felix Livingston Jacksonve IIJI t : sure in informing you that it cured a
t OSCAR HART 6. For the purchase and sale of land in any of i< Isidore V. Garnie iiii Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Not XtlSTt averse to having my name in print,but sti f
.. I ', A 7 TOR NE Y AT LAW. I the States or Territories of the and loan iiii Geo. H. Smith over 50 miles 15 10 5 14 the benefit of those that may be afflicted,ysi c
. .. Oilce upon the Second floor at the Court-house, ing moneys on mortgage of real estate lying Uriah Bowden Mandari Over 50 and not over 2 2 THE MOST CERTAIN publish this if you think it necessary.
.'. therein. -- REMEDY FOR THE Yours with respect,
. Forsyth street. Naau 300 miles 20 10 5 2i
, WILL practice in the several counties of the 7. For investment of funds in United States C. C. Bessent Woodstock Mi Over not over 1000 5 3 SUSANNAH HATL.
; Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the and State stocks and loans,collection of the divi- II A. J. Bradtock 3 45 15 7J 34 CHRONIC Dr E Poinsett, Jacksonville.F

. collection of claims against the United States for dends thereon and generally for the transaction St.John's Gad Humphreys St.Augustine Over 1000,not over 2000 7 3 DIARRHCA Gravelly HiH, Oct.20, 18.
p Military services, and for Horses lost or other of all business pertaining to a law, loan, and I Peter B. miles 100 60 10 5 Da Sir: You Indian Loxeenst is a
. property lost destroyed by troops in said service. I banking agency. ii Raphael B.CanovaPutnam ccPalatka Over not over 4000 4 2 Some time since I purchased a bUl go me mI
'. jfrAlso, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or I All communications addressed, postpaid toMessrs. H.R. Bloncbard 2 125 75 12J 61 DYSENTERYWhich A M. Reed,Esq.,your agent,and on*

.. IIP widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. I I Palmer & Snethcn. American and For- iiii Stanislaus Glnk I Over 4000 miles 5 2 15 7J has ever been presented to the public.It of my negroes tht had ser very much from
4 Also claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers I eign Agency city of Wash ngton, will receive Robert T. cc 15 9 f 3 and needs a severe attack ) cured h.Soon
t ,and the widows and orphans of deceased officers prompt and faithful attention. Orange William Campbl EnterpriseMellonville DIRECTIONS. stand upon its own Dlert n arard had another negro the

.. ,. and oldiers. PALMER & StfETHEN I Henry A. Cre 1st. Weekly only,when sent a above fiST T HAS nlL TO se da. I purchased another bottle, and it
.S Also,will give his attention to conveyancing Office No.5 Carroll. Plat. Capitol H a' Eljlh'Vatson- cc stated,are to ppT free in the county where IN A SINGLE INSTANCE.*! *. cured h .
.' to examing titles and records, and ascertaining July 3. lawtt. Marion Mcnth Oca they are published; and this although conveyed I do hesitate a moment in recommendingyour
; claims to lands. I Robert in the mail over 50 miles. mIS Valuable preparation is compounded Ida to the public, as being the
r. .. ,. All business entrusted to him will meet with Bounty Land and General Agency, cccc S. E. Helvenston Flemmington 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 square several medicinal root growing in the most remedy for Dysentery that I have

.0 rompt attention; and all instruments of writing Washington, D. C. Jesse M. Willis Ocala inches, are to be charged one quarter the above Wilds of Ford. I ia and WHOLLY ever used, or heard of. If jou sepropyoUC
for tbe
will be executed-by him with neatness and despatch. Southern Circuit. rates. Vegetable, ESPECIALLY cure publish this. lours
.. JOSEPH T. WALKER will give prompt Simon Tnrman Tampa 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to ex of the above disease. The Inventor and Propri- MILES PRICE.
Jacksonville.Jan. 25.1851. tr attention to the BOUNTY lIboro' Martin Cunningham free of postage one copy of each number etor is folly convinced that it is an invaluable Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.
. : I LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engagedin iCtc J. IiacleiIlernando change and this privilege extends Medicine. In fact the test that he has given it
Benj. only newspapers
.. : Joseph S. Baker Id. D. the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the INDIAN Elias G. Hill ; in Canada. t in the town in which he resides, and.the astonishing Jacksonville, Fla., Sept.25,1851.
Knight Spring published
WARS in whi h the U. States Dr E Poinsett-Sir: This is to certify that I
PRACTITIONER MEDICINE,MIDWIFERY have been engaged, 'a Malcomb C.Peterson .c 4th. The weight of newspapers must be takenor access with which it has met, warrants
_.... AND SURGERY. or the War with Great Britain of 1812-to h Nathan'M.Moody determined when they are in a dry state. him in saying that it is a POSITIVE CURE. have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhea
claims on the U.States for MILITARY SERVICES, 5th. Postmasters are not entitled to receive He ha therefore come to the determination to by the u of your most valuable medicine eat
the Market and Ezekiel L. Selph I
.. Office on corner of Forsytk i SUPPLIES, PENSIONS, LOST PROPERTY &0., and to West free of postage under their franking place within the reach of all,knowing how m Indian Lxeut after suffering for more
' Benjamin Key
Sawyer newspapers
Streets opposite the Court House. I I any description of business requiring an Agent or Monro. James M. I ny suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous months distressing da. I take pleasure
:r JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land I Robt. Braewel pnviege. in advance does not entitle the Da particularly i the Southern and in recommending your med
his will be In other cc1C 6t. cine to all similarly afflicted.
1 CcUig. tf. charge $5. cases cc John party paying any deduction from the above
the charge will be proportioned to tho nature and Boyle rates t In purchasing my "Indian I>oxeeu t" be 1 rem a you truly, 0
'. J. HcRobert Baker, I II difficulty of the case. Collector.c particular and look for my written signature on .J-iOIIXStV&
And officio Tax Assessor and -
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT7 1 IF He will also act in connection with Azents or _n. ex Rattt of Pottage to be charged upon all transient the label. Formerly 01 Jacksonville,N.:CCLUTOX

I;? JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. Attorneys in Florida, who may be employed in Ntppaf every other description of Prin I refer the public below to a few certificates selected FLA. Oct.6,lS5t.
.. J Bounty Land and other claims, on terms which Netctpapert and from among many received from .
" A to Commissioner of Deeds for the following SAVED !! tedlatte.tzt Peri rsect Dear Sir One Bottle of Loxecust has
... : may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be $100,000 publislied at ble citizens of Jacksonville. : your completely -
of the Union exceeding
States nt
I post paid] will receive immediate attention. .and tent irea publication to actual y EGBERT POINSETT. cured one of my men of a long standing,
.. Maine Delaware. Georgia STREET
obstinate Dinrrhcea.-rom
: June 5. lawtf. iU complete and certain -
;. Vermont Maryland Alabama, FIKE1NPEAKL Three Stores and their and bona fide tubtcnbert. P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable efficacy where all other medicines

.; Massachusetts Virginia Mitji&ipp DOLLNER contents destroyed Deeds before words Medicine Every family ought to keep it I take pleasure in recommending it ha fad
5,.' New York, North Carolina Texas. &POTTER APES AGAINIIELEVENSAFES I. 1 1 on hand. medicine. Yours, Le.T. mo
s: Pennsylvania. South Carolina. Genera mercht makers consumed No.-For each : A. M. REED principal Agent for Jackson .E.BIJCKMAN.
; .. mar al. rD. Street, Corner with their contents t The Safe made by Rich& ounce, or ,, ,, ville. To Dr.E.Poinsett.
. lip Stain, New York, Co.defied the flames and brought out its contents fraction or u ounce, o g g .0
;. : \. PEARSON, WILL attend promptly to all business entrustedto without a mark of fire upon them! beyond the tn ounces. s R ..i A= a TESTIMONIALS. Jacksonville,Nov.12,1851.Mr. .
ATTORNEY AT LAW. their care. Particular attention given to the GILBERT'S la this an additional : 8: 8 E. Sir i I take pleasure ia
to Jacksonville Florida and sale of Timber MB. LETER rat wi.be s a.ncharged. Poinset-Da
.r.i. HAS removed Cottn. Lumber and Turpentine; 0 .2 expressing approbation of your Indian
will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits also to purchase of goods. THE JIBE IN FLETCHER AND PERL 8S' .s SEVEN CASES CUED!!/ Loxicust as ;family medicine. 1 have used it
tbe Supreme Court of the State, and in CO-Liberal advancements made on consignments. ,; NEW :, D.20,1851. .. C C C with good Yours respectfullyJacksonville
iij the 15. 8. District Court for tbe Northern District February 19.1852-ly. Messrs. STEARNS and .RV. to C. 0 0 0 Six MUE CREEK,FLA.,Deo.9,18bl. scs. I.
of Florida. Feo. 19. l&l .-tf: RIC& Co., No.146 ,New York. Ct. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cta. Mr Poinsett, SW.!
,, JOSEPH GRICE, ", when the fire w consuming my place of One 01. or under 1 2 3 4 5 SIR: For the benefit of the afflicted you can ,Nov.17.1S.
;: HOPKINS. & BUAHAM, Merchant Business, No. 216, Pear8treet.l was absent OTrI oznotover2 01. 2 4 6 8 10 publish the have had seven cases of Mr.Poinsett-This w inform you that
". at Law General C omnlision Rensslaer County cleaning 3" followgJ several 1 have different
Attorney' YORK. I testng appa I 2. 3 6 9 12 15 Diarrhoea this season; all of years ser much at
OFFICE: at PAL.ATKA E. Fla., SO sale,of ratus in connection my Excelsior 3" 4" 4 8 J2 16 which have been cured by the of your most tie from Chronic a I have tried your
WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business STRICT and prompt attention given to his the and did not read the account until I was fearful it 4" .. 6"; 5 10 15 2 1. valuable medicine called Indian u Loxeenst. Lxet. and received an entire relief

entrusted to their care will be promptly attendedto. all articles all orders of produce promptly entrusted complied to with.core, was t lat to save my books which were_placed u 5" U 6" 6 12 18 2 2 2 3 I YourstuYt JOHN PRICE, Jr.. and rean to doubt its being pn'
February J9. 18.)2..tfl and in your sel. purchased from Mr. Man a' 6u. a4 7".1 I 21 2 3 Believing i to be a duty which I
09-Ssvannah Republican please publish tf.,.and a1)1tfSAM'LIIOYTkC; some years ago. fears were not u 7" a' I 8" 8 2 3 4 'S7L ANOTHER. fueLed, this certificate, which yea 1
... send their bill to this office. : ., I found it necessary upon my rtu to apply the u 8 I I I 9 I. 9 18 2 3 4 .,Fla., Feb. 1st, 1852 can use prsnyn I win also say
i It. Croton War 40 hours was enabled to -'a 9 I U u 10" 10 Blck that in eonversingwith ppr.
'" OSSIAN B, HART, after which it required 54 2 3 4 0 Dar Sir-Some time.since a member of my me'dicine,I have not found UT 1yo
ATTORNEY AT LAW, SEIERAL CllMMISS1O MIRtHAIT! hours of opra1on to raise the Salamander DIRECTIONS. was very ill, indeed with a.Diarrhoea. I relief. on dd r 1

I. from its ashy bed. You may judge of my 1. On every transient unsealed circular resorted to several things usually given for the cl JOHN ,
' tL KEY WKST FLA.. In The Buying And Selling] OfEVERY newsapr. Disease,but none of them would afford C.LY
this delay and nny .
fjt I Practices the United States and State Court!I anxiety during my agreeable surprise handbi r Pastor Methodist Church,
DESCRIPTION OF the safe in the of priodc lie! Your Indian was recommended
I of Florida. upon opening presence a magazine, ,and every other Lxeut
Southern District
of the AGRCUL
.1 v'\; I.1ivlO-tf: TURAL IMPLEMENTS number of gentlemen, to find my books and pacers print d matter the above rates must in cases by several persons mae up my mind to try it, Jacksonville,Deo.4th 1S
.,- ... -- -- MACHINERY. saved and as legible as.they were previous to be prepaid, according to the.weight. .,& and am very glad I dd 1 as one Bottle effecteda I Dr.E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: Three parts
;! r JOHN O.HATEEYATTOKNEY the fire. The intense heat to which the Safe was 2. M henever any printed matter on whch'the cure. You. will p.publish thl such II Bottle of your valuable medicine called Indian
ALSO subjected,can be conjectured from the conditionof postage required to be' a valuable to to.. Loxeenst mo relieved me ef a sever'
.'I.. AT LAW. Georgia and French Burr Mi Stnes'; Eusopns .nother safe, [not a Salamander] of which an the iattention.of or otherwise through be the public. Spread it far and near in ord.that attack.of ntil cheerfully.
.; ,. OFFICE. NEWNANSVILLE, Colagcn, Cullin and o.every iron skeleton frame only remained,and not a vestige sent same shall charged the afflicted may find relief. Yours, your medicine to those, similarly rcm-
I : EAST FLORIDA. kind of produce North and South, and ctsHpald of a book. They were companions in the with double the above rates. b ELIJAH BLITCH. I With respect acted.

;;; !, sept.11, tf. for WOlf Hides, Deer Skins, and Shipping Furs. same office,on the second floor, from which they 3. Bound book and parcels of printed matter, To Dr E Poinsett: THAD c.you Ic.\S.

J ; \ HAMPTON L. BILBO. fell upon crates of earthern ware in the cellar, the not over.3 ounces, shall b deemed JACKSONVILLE. F.,August 15th 1851. v .-
the their
ruined safe upon Salamander. ,If position mailable
ATTORNEY AT LAW References had been reversed not even the skeleton .matt. at Intervals,not exceed Dear Sir This will inform you that one bottle For the Afflicted.

tt 441ZiaLo ; Columbia' Co:, East Florida., Messrs. ANDERS & Co.,. FRANKLIN&BRANT- I would have remained. My loss over the insurance ing three month.and sent from the office of I of your medicine, called IJTDIAH LOXECUST, ha COUGH SYRUPS and Medicated CigszetltJ
! LEV, WEBSTER& PALMES, SWI. DENSLOW & is$1,900,yet the salvation of my books in lication and bona' fide'subscribers,pub permanently cured two of my neg.of a severe Ashthmatio and Consumptie; He
.1.; Co.,Savaniah,.Ga.; WM. MILLER & Co., your Salamander, with-the representatives of to be charged with one''ball the rates.mentioned a attack of.Dysentery. I a excellent ic Pills,for derangements of the Liver,
;. m. WHIT; SmITH! and documents in the last medicine for this complaint, and &. and Bitters,for the Dyspeptic
New York; RDOGLES Nouns MASON&Co., Boston $100,000, important coud above table, and prepayment of a quar g ple ; Tonc P
i'"I. _1'noRNEfB AT LAW, Ms.; F. B. Looxis,..(Q'f New London, not b h fully compensated me.It ter's postage thereon musLin all cases be required. sure"in-recommending it to the public. P Otment and Tinctures,for tM
4:: Alligator; Columbia Co., East Florida. Ct.; McCoMBs, EQ.-Wimngtn. Del. dupicad. grt pleasure to exhibit the Periodicals pnblished.at intervals of more than .Respectfully FERNANDEZ. relief of ,Rheumatic andgoatjpains
Savanna?, August sept.. new safe purchased yon three months are charged with the lull rate,which S.D. -. ,.. ; Poenitetmo P and Mixtures,for am**
-BOSTON" & GUN B Yr;' 2b. 181. 4tr at my present office No.21 andexpitlmerit must be prepaid.' ., To Mr.E.Poinsett. ing speedily, (eito, etjecunde,) neucousother ala

}tr4 :. .'". COTTON FACTORS ,.' .Sea Island Cotton Gins. shall remain until the building, No.216 i NOTK.-In case there is on OdD any newspaper, "THERE IS NO.FAIL'IN f JT." discharges from the urinary organs; Stvp
ct. AND lE SUBSCRIBER takes:this' erc&e.. Yours respectfully, pamphlet. other printed matter or tic,for uterine and other. Haemorrhages; ADtilardrotlical
VqBHKRAii opportunity
:: T JOSEPH G.GILBERT. proc John's P1 Feb. Ointments, Powders and Potions,for reducing
.: coamissioir.JlERC AlTI. to inform the planters of Long Staple Cottons ::0 therwit; any manuscript of Bah, 5t,18 1bt
:: : Corner 'arid Jefferson Streets that he still continues the manufacture of the The undersigned invite'countr'merobanta and any kind by which shall be asked for, Dear Sir-Having used your:most valuable dropsical swellings Cardiacal blow
,pt'1. .. ; L ', latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS, double others interestedin the preservation of their books or communicated.writing,otby.mamorsgj Medicine called Indian Lexeoust with complete di diseases tbe heart and purification of the *.

BAY'ANNAl1oA..l I and single;at his usual rates and is from I[but particularly those;having f Rich's the said newapr.periodical pmpblet. success in my faiy. 1 feel it a dnjy I owe to you Alterative Pills for the.renovation of the eon?
V.;; .JOHN BOSTON. JOHN U. GUNBY..October order at the.shortest notice. ',rea',t safes u to call at the depot 146 Water street, printed subject postage; and the public you that myself and two tution; Antidysenterie Pills, for dysentery *
.t .. 30, 1851.. .'.tt.E .. .Aln reputton''of the Gins apply to the fol New.York, to see the interior of Mr. Gilbert's and it is the duty of the Postmaster to remove children have been cured of a.seven Diarrhoea ;Magic tinctures and Embrocations
te "
( !
: safe with the,'books the wrappers and envelopes from all the speedy reQef of nervous affections, espeaauj
who he baa printed
thol have them use i with it,when nothing else would give ns relief.
. .t : M. BIOORE & CO. lowg.AgcnU I udlstnbd.wbeb. ter and m.t those of females Disinfectant and Prophyleetff
.AGE TS:, kindly permitted t & pamphlets not charged with letter L'ublishthisUyonpleaae.. Yours,respectfully. ;
R.. ..., -r"'., ,O E N.E RtA L .. >mialonga Acosta,Centervillage:Gal, and gratification the public. .I ._ for the purpose of ascertaining whethether is C.U A Q. BROWN.-. Washes, (the former seeareagain.stinfectioDaDIIth6tatter $51
,tl .. -, ..OO1flSSION1WOUANTS.: AND I: Capt. B. R.Bythewood;Beaufort, 8.C.. OCh Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults,'end Vault upon or connected with any Ilch printed matter To DrE Poinsett.'JACKSONVILLE. neutralizes by*chemical process,
: Scott It DeVeanz;Charleston, S. C. Doors, promptly and faithfully executedSTEARNS -.- ormschpakago, aY.Jattr or thing which contagious vicus,with' which ono mar chin<
ft., ,. 'F. A C''o.n, S. Tison&Harrii.Ocftla.E.! ", & authorize or rqur .charge of a higher May 6th, 1851, come in contact;)Colio Syrups,for children D*
ra ". -. ; (SaelU'-new' ,Warehouse,) 'Fernande Bisbee &Co. Forid' ,E.- Fla, . Successors MVI'.. rate of postage N.K. HALL,?- ,This ii to eertifV it is with much pleasure"thai cutients for: iwelHngs; pimples, freckleS .;

'1!: ,:' > ,. 219.Bay-Slrett. SavannahGa LjtDnkeiPalatksJLF.1 ,.? .. ., 146 Water street, and crne Avenue. A and St.Mark Postate General. announce to the Public that 1 have been'effectually 1 Salve;for sores;Unguents for itch, scaldwV*"
':.i >'- ": -t.i: M.MOOu;-" N..M.1aisct,185l. .. ', 8. Hoytfc CISTA&Ga.; ". *Place,New York : '? *. POST Onion & ..nt 1 185LNotice ; euredof the distressing complaint called burns..;Collyria,for sore eyes;Dcntiettcesj" *
:. '- : -'.. ) .' .. ,:I tf. ', I S. Ct fi.'F*.,' Owners of the exen"right of Rich's Patent entery," the hghy! D CoUatories for the teeth'and corns; and UI-**
1t ; ; & for the whole of the :IT rnende of other .remedies manufactured to
States .
Lartinger & ,. EliiabethtownLowndoi, ,and only .: Mr. E.
; : .
: .
r i chemical and pathological priDclplea
iM ., % :; ; LOUD b co ,.. _: .County- "'Ga."." makorl of Salamander called safes combining both.patents TO THE OFFICERS .AND,SOLDIERS bat of no avail: I induced to ma1thg recognized by the profession aud ltDeraD a
Co.nisUsatenjt ALSO commonly pleasant
Factors and .. palatable said Medicine
IEk% & RI0.ssae..Wru.sSlmnder ; ;and tomj great the Brick us.D
... f ',-. 8AVAHIJAH. 4BKOBGIA _.,. .EX Boxes AVD BRUSHES c*n had of the Safes, L c. lp'eme. OF.'HESEYERA1W.RS..SINCE station was epletel cured.within a.few oo hand at the Court House. .of .. -
'No:.( ; St\ ;:i.to..1Jal:treL.ki .-' brb!atJoderatra: t rion .wanting: .. ,.18,$ !, i : ; *;ad .tble'1 t that opposite PRICE box,...with d'
:: ,. .. .' iSJc1"r.i i' '-" ''( "V"( PI. !> p... dlrw i to Agents. J..i- 1 | a recent Act of Congress, officer and sol- so much dreaded disease Cons for their per bottleiPhiaJ. ._.JL
. .. fitrict 0 b given to iht*ae-of( ,, pe 8L BURNS \ : CHME HOUSE.'r'r.a. (who haTe not receIved) re.:W ttle< I am happy to say ote immediate cures, have xte118, with.
anon .
Mary-sGeorg'ia ,
: ,. LAND services of come under,
tiK liberal -one my a
i -l advances 1m obeemtia' tb. feW..$5,00In h and from t5 to ClOD ao
.Tane5t85L .law6m..MAYER < )
the I
, ? : t. widows,and minor children of those dys. *
.i .he. -" THE SUBSCRIBER,. : cheruy ad mi& ing to contract and the nature of th* ease :
t, : Ou ', : -. : J are also'entity::,'Subscriber will amout .wth'rpr tr1U; the ia ia incurable eases>* !
: P ;
J01.W.o P :J ;DRUGGIST .b.nng. reoe _ tsODY cure completed or,
! ,. .,. ,. -- :" '. .- tl'opne4 -at'a.: moderate' compensation the Valuable Medc the relief promised ia afforded.- Special eontr**"
, 12 tl respectfully sot claims of those a
i. .. Ho ,154 Uroughtonitrsesvasn.b. ,. interested_._ en employ' 'X&HEARN.Jr; when desired.: ;/
: ; : .' oa t :_ the patronage of the pubUe. There d ivft public i. .aav&* made in chronic eases s; -
.f. : oro 'D.04X', OFFERS frial6eYery&rt1eetn. at this tie tome five to six:rooms occupied, in suck olot for experience ToE.Poinsett.Ejo;.' :._ :1": :Orden from a'distance,.with money eaclow.
";: Watcbraoker and: Jewellery ..line of business, berides-i' : "h, a, o( & '. nre plaee.Xh. House ( mattrl11 enable.bl'l ffor great. t JAc&ioNvILLx'M$721, 185}. win meet with prompt attention. -
I. ; J i>* i' ; QNylLtEi4L .. 'LaaftretVl Warranted ." tv "deaof: iwuble Dr'S1r xIOaid1UO'b. o dy -
Fr .. undersigned if Agent' bf ,
I t Would respeetfolly Inform the puWo that '. .. y_' ".* .**** 0&4..Sd" .' Qo four hone Coach and two', charg expn. Wer he obta' no to inform'you that c had been'. under--a &'

: a&. .htbasUkeotb*'shop.oa Bay street, ftratrly.ooeupifld ,m :t&*., .,*. r *. O.&W.,kth OcaU 0emi-weel' *. lettn pstpdw nel" very violent attack ofOl4trbcsawhIebbae4 the JOB plU1fT earmJAtt
i by.William Grotie whe Jie Ii At whQleaund'itlti.! *'Vf / IyForturther leaf f at the Instructions bwmp attntionnd Mat' : *e ikiU of two Physician;a.rendered'me unableto Of every, fcieripUo .IIi J3r u.,

.. prepared to execute all work car* N. B, Spirit ',rfJ; tfts, ackaenvil1e sepnbl1oau and News. m C. :- ; 'A,4 do&l.Wok.nut fbrtunfttelywben abut.to and other.colors,,
I .j. with 4Mpatch"BdtaWtJDttanllki manner. and:o tale:M low .can"d.a ..I in ;;-4.3AME;$ B.ASKE W -.f -, '.. W. BNNETTAtt'; '.r give of ever obtaining relief b qgj'.IgXiCUTZD' AT
for ; t t W D. C. of your "INDIAN and lb
!.f. North.rmlk.t, wih or *pprovedtrrtif. I F4ittkaJ&nuar7lS2 tt Cstobr 1S. ashngOl. __of fir* Bottles has LOXEUST. me to health. THIS OnICEr .