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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: June 24, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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and the fact of &th&# r of Leoa-foTGoT,rf.orJ who'ott first bah
upon such sickness or otbefdisability7 'States msil shall atJl timesbetranspofled'on fc tae
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duty of;the;.senior ;assistant; Judge* _. vaid 'ri 4 clLIlNrBQyD mepflF$ bf4 tbe-asy, Wpn)1* l withz thQtjb. candidate fOfOet4 '

[PUBLIC Ac4-No.13f: t: Court to>hold thetDistricvCourt aforesaid Speaker of the House of Repfe ntttiTet'.' luni.pLjieoppressedp ever, ,iaton, have 194 committsdj'g Botmt the easniag elections '-
AN ACT concerning the Session! of the C uri and discharge'alt Jn'diclalvdntiest pf'the Siguedy-, *WILLIAM. KlNft"* ever heel di prtnciplestn: by p1edgndjook.4 vDzvMl GGouisiomiiiated E.'C. CiixiiaathevWhiff

-of the United St& es' in the District ofDet&. District Judge who sE il- lie sick:or" other 4zh, Pmideat f the SeaaU p temporevEApproyed er_ faith; and c very-tteaptlo wsstbe ': ": candidate,for Congresa atthtjensoint
June,10. 1852. :, second1 instance inWltJflflYery ;ekction. .wbo received-front JacU
1r wise disabled as aforesaid, so" long'as such ? the vprtsent:privilege; of d becoming citizeM short' '
Be it enacted to the Senate.vnd>Hoft.ofRepnsentcaivet sickness or disability:shall* continue} and, bSignedr.MILLAWyr**, '- and the ewj ersof.sQUamopra ouKhtto|>8 mocratic Convention tlnietbe bu.efuse Nttronil D sony JOVotes: }: frwa Holmes;'5:>from'Wal.
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of llie'Uitittd States of.Ant- in case.of the sickness ortrtberdisability of .IJ resstr4 wththeiathe. ,apirit.wbkb awept the FresideflTial to .nfet torvC; Santa Rosa.7 cTh. PresideaC dee
nominfttfornrpon of
rita Congress assembled; That the Courts said'senior asslstahlj dgej'the' same'duty : i he alien and'eedlLon laws frbm/ourstatut leading any the dared Mr.Siacu the choice' ol the COM

of the United Stales, ia and for.the District shall devolve on the"junior/assistant Judge AN ACT41Qie aueni'W' Confras lortheMitsonri v(.. : .i..;.. menf1tpiiyan4 Almost! given sby agje1,1aoma 'vttiona Joha"WiIhianis 'c' ,

of Delaware, baU hrreafter.be held' at NewCastle pf said Circuit Court; arid the faid Judge, ,kStgt. to inpoae Ui-or taxe upon 9.'Tht Congress nas.no poweiundftb to .beconntry, ]'IZi&pne in certanIy unknown n'eTther as It Candida nomiretedJJyiitri.
8 for Pre
Whi5 iu rtiai Elec.towbo.cee4I.froaJ.4kaoft
,.ltands hereafter the United
Mldbv: States
in the said District, and there shall and- each 'of; them. js Iterebji' attthorizedto Jonstituiion,to interfere with control.ihe. thOse wiobad
thettia from the of sale.-
and after day such 10
votea
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be two regular terms ofthe Circuit Court of exercise Toriginal'jnnsdictlon-ihVadmiraltf iBit'ezctS tkeiSenati and House domestic institutlona 6f,' the,;pemaT, States" long a for said which cases for :'the .of rthisLAitr; 'Ana by of and that such States are the sole-and tl '
the United-States jDistrict ? purposes properudgesol *.wid'whose,-name* wergerly 99e4* wasdrdaredjthe B&animotts choice'oil tha
of States Ame
shall commence on the third Tuesday in all the acts.and proceedings of rsaidDislrictCpnrt nepresentttives thesUnited. of every tbihjf appertaining' to thelr fypn5.Sat '.hea tbeparty Deeded such > Conventional .
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June, and the third Tuesday in October, in ,,by or.before.either of said assiStant lien inCangresAsssmbled, 3ba.i the assent -aaraot prohibited:by. the Constha? stimulus in4he cOOL klooka Me idi: *vWUIiatn Anderson-.14 nominated GcoauisB a i 4*

this" and every year'hereaftert And four Judges so" w1retobold aid- District of Missouri Congress"impose is beVeby given"orctaxes tothe State all of lion ; tfeiral} e8ort< tjbe-iabpfil nists.>i; '- eta tiepxrtxif De ocnw ie i & : L 'M 4hejcandkate{ .lor AUemal.ector .

regular terms of the District Court of clbe Court;shall have theineforceffetand a tax npon ithers niade to-induce' Congress' interfere bent men,but oeTertcirfewtrd.them, -=W5 -who received the.aanebBombcc olvotea

United States for eaid District,;which: haU validity(as if. done and transacted i by and lands Lreaftar'eol4'by.the United States of iiisaldState'frnm wjthj-qnestbnillof- slavery, or ib'take'inci* matter, however- 'biypndtoar, p vince.uty. .that were east'for"J. Finley.. '-1 teOn '

commence on the second Tuesday in April, before> the t District,(Judge.,of"?said' "District saleProvided\ and That aftet.thej ay ucbj ''lent steps in relation thereto, are calculated K"1 nco,of the Democratic party are fflotion,'.two'Delegatea-were appointed

the second Tuesday June,' the second Court. r, ., ,v .: .V. the assent hereby to lead to.the iaostalanning dangerous cDe-nt'1l be'frf'lMid* 'for'iinall men wheh: for each .coenty.-andr one fottha,State-at
Tuesday September,and the second Tuesday "Somes 2. And'oe it.further enacted, given' shall in no wise j/npair that provision eonsequences; and;that all such efforts have, ever tbtTdjskn' unportant n inatioiuo'be.sorwan lane, to attend the Baltimore C0 vemion.t-v;
of the compact with tBe said State which
in January hereafters i That the Associate Judge nolding-tbe Dis .n inevitable, tendencydiminishibe1i1i- bat wonder at their weak'ness." The following are the D gappoint.cd
SEC. 2. And be it farther enacied, That tri'ct Court as aforesaid shall, and is"hereby declares that all lands belonging to citizens nnesibf/the people-and/'endaneer the stability ? : .. s a-i
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of the Circuit.Court Bit inthe ,,sid Circuit of*the United States residingtwitboutitlesaid and i s'PI.ri.Iii C.nytI .
the office of the Clerk emppwered; to, permanency of the-Urtibn, land .- whj ForJatkso '
for said District, and, the records of said Court in any. caseofappeal'or jof error State shill never be taxed higher than ottght not to be.countenanced jby-any friend 4 j A, Long < -*. -Jmri, L. O." Baker*. :and a.fi NlJ K
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Court shall he kept at Wilmington or New tern his own decision said'District Court, lands belonging to persons residing therein! of our political jnstitutions, T4m forWutFJonidarnsUcbeeann.on FoiJ1dn.-John- -

Castle, in the said District, as may be directed in the same triannef as*if said District Court Approved.. Jane 10, 1852. t < u ,ResolvedtlCtia} the. foregoing v.t D propositioncovers' he24thznlt4rJon: ; .'-, .- Willom' *K.3 P and bi ThomiiJones. *w3a

bvan order, in writing made' by the bad not been held by.him'. > and'watintedndto 'embraceVtrTe JiitzsM4,L4JDRt.OfSafltRoUWU FOr.Jfotowi.-J.rL, McKeimoB and'Wml

Judges of the said Circuit Court, in term or Approved May.27, 1852. {PUBLIC'RESOUJTW5-No. 10.] whole subject rslavery agitation Srt Congress called Jq thetCha5r,. BoaJRrrx, L'JathCieon.- -- '

vacation, and entered*tipon the records JOINT RESOLUTION,anthoriiinr the Secretary t ahd-tberefore,.democratic, party, 'For Santa JZoz-Samuel,,C. cai
thereof; and that the office of the Clerk of IPrBLt9.ACT -No. 120.] of the Treasury to ratify'and confirm an of the.'Union, standing, npon,ithis>national -Jackson,appointed,Secretary.ujTbe Joseph Fonyth ]. Keyser .
said District Court, and, the records thereof, AN ACT granting the right of wy to the State .t xehanje lands between the*United Stated latfornjtwni> abide brand ..adhefeto, followingjDelegates weie prestnt: jj .w
.'t>Missouri and a portion of.the public lands, and Charles Reynold, of tliecity. of Natchez, :;Forscambia.-Jupet Strong and Q. Mi
shall be kept at either of the same places as J aithfnl tion of the acts known'as the Front /acison.. H.
to aid in the construction of certain nil roads 'and State of MisdarippL; ; exec -; BrightLJ.'in. Avery. .- ?< g
may be directed by the Judge of the said in said State.. ?. Resolved Joy She'.Senate.and House of"Representatives Compromise me snre'setthed-bythe last hey, A. .L. Iiyi ,.) ( For Jroni/iiw -M. P.- Ellis and Daniel J.
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District Court, by an order made,in the term Utpi enacted try the Senateond, >House- of of the United.States in Congress Congress 4her Act for th*.reclaiming of fa-a I. : -' Day r .. K---: "-T

or vacation, and entered upon the records Representatives of the United States,in Congress assembled, {That, the ,Secretary'..ofht: Trea ;itiv s from seryjce, or i labor. .incJaded kCcZAoun-Wm.'.Clarke cad iBrittoa.fi

thereof.. 'assembled. That the right' bfJ way sury',be,' and:he; is 'hereby(authorized. andi which Act, beJnjjYdesigned to .carry put,an ianisV StepheaTorner 'A.L j BOx,Albert trkIey.,, ,,.i' . .- >.-. 8 '
SEC. 3. And be it further enacted That no through the publin lands be, and the same empowered' to" ratify. and confirm tbe exchange xpress'provision of the Constitui'dhi" cannot Parish- ,and' ; :-. Gotdinr-.- BfFram ro1 .Was&igion.-D. I.Smith and James

process issued or proceedings pending! is:hereby granted, to the State ofMissouri of lands''rnad e.for,the erection',of t ,'a with:fidelity thereto', be repealed orsochage4'asto Waltons Eiios Evans, D. 0. Guiin, Brown *. "* t ,, *' ; ._.j
either of the said Courts shall be avoided or for the construction .of rail roads from.the Marine Hospital in'the: city Natchez,:and ; ;desvyorirnpairits efficiency. Allen Campbell. James McWilliams,Martin For tit Slatt at LaTgj. .u

impaired: by this change of time and place town of Hannibal to the "tdwn"bftStJoseph Stale, of, Mississippi the eighth] day of .-.! \. _-,., e. --> '- jv; t: ,-, Gordon,'Reddttr'Bteubt 'Donglas, James

of holding the said Courts; but all .process. in said State, and from the city of St. February A.,D. eighteen'huiidred and fifty ,' Resolved, fKtbe;demncratiparty,will Svans, A.,,J.HerreftrA." Campbell, Stephen JpbnG'Roninacof; Jtckjipn. ; _J
bail-bonds, or recognizances, returnable at Louis Jo such'point on" the western boundary between Lieutenant Colonel S. Long'on resist all attero pis at renewing in Congress, Gale,' Robert' Staffurd, Abraham'" Padgett, .On motion;the President appointed a ConC

the next term of either of the said Courts, of said State as; may be designated by behalf of 'thC.United/'statc and Charles oront'of It,'thej agitation rthec slavery Stan berry,/and William L>Jamiesofl,cr; mittee1 "of" Cbrrespbndehcrj composed',of '

shall be returnable and returned to ihe. Jerm tbe.authority of said ,State, with the. right Reynolds the city of"Natchez,,and,,State question, -under.whatever shape or color.the ,flFrom. Santa iRosa.J.7,:Laodram, DanieLp.,,Gnnw, WaK.E-Anderson,J X.Findley

of said Courts respectively next held according also to take necessary materials of"earth; aforesaid, and,,to give and receive !deeds. attempt mayjbejnade.-dj d-Tw.*,* proxy ,for George D.:,FshetJ.MLaa. A,,Douglas, and John Williams.,..,.

to this Act, ia the same manner as if stone and timber bribe construction thereof, and from the,said Charles Reynolds,'for'the ,Besp/tedThat the proceeds the publip *Iratn.' :! '* J*". *" *" t 'T TjK.Pittman; A. L. RCvTerI.ndA galGilhiswirippoizited
co made returnable on the face thereof, and from the public lands 'of 'the United States lands so."given'and received in Exchanges ands 'ought to* be sacredly applied to the "Xoinotlpni.the,j following; committee* Were ; lo notify E.'C.CibeU

shall hare full effect accordingly ; and -all adjacent to said rail roads : Provided, That, Approved Jane 10, .1852.,' national objects specified"in the Constita- Lppbinted by the Chairman to select officers and Geo.T: ;Ward:of. thiirnominations' ,"" *
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continuances, may be made to conform- locating; the rail roads aforesaid, and.as
'the provisions of this Act. signing the'limits to. the easement, no more: tPpBUc "REsbtun6ir-'No. 8.] for the distribution of.sncn;proceeds among Finley, Jackson 5 'AnirieGillis Rez4'That'tbeproceedingsof this

Approved May.10| 1852. land shall 'be taken from the/United 'Statesthin A1 RESOLUTION aathorizinr the parehaw of he .States,-as alike inexpedient Jn,"policy Holmes.; Daniel-G, Gann.; of Walton. ,1. Convention be published in, theFlorid
is necessary foa convenient construction the ninth'volume of the Laws'of the United and repugnant Constitution J -- The committee recommended the Whig,and that the Whig papers of the State.
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(PucAci-No 16.] and ti'seofsaidroads Statet.w 1 s-:. : _iiJlesolved 'Resolved;? That we ire decidedly opposed appoint- '.
: .as public ways meet; of' the; folLowing;offlcerswbich betequesed'tocopytbezame. ,
AN ACT to legalise certain entries of pabflc for transportation including stations, with by thetSenate and House of,Represenativezofthe to taking from:the.President the qualified OTnmendatibtr.was; unanimoasly' concurred je: JAMkS M. LANDRUM;.;, ,*

Und made in the State of Florida. the usualr buildings'of all .kinds, turn outs; United Slates of,'America, veto power, by which be.:.is.enabled* under inby.tbe Conyenti n .1 -. -J. k 't .- -'.President.SrxpHrstGAirSecretary. .

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of and such'other appurtenances' as are usually Congress assembled,-That :the. Secrrtary restrictions and responsibilities, amplyVuffiient : ... ''
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t .For President.
Representatives of,ihe United States of America enjoyed-by rail road companies J and a Copy of' State. in.comnlianee.with his reauest 'to guard the public interest,to suspend .

Congress assembled, That the several of the location of.said roads, ,made .under mde.ioIbeComtIeeonAheJadiciarbeauthorized the passage 'Of a bill 'whose merits cannot I1 n.JAMESM.LANDRUM, of Santa Vrm 'CklUbralau '
the direction of shall.be to purchase of:>the'publishers'of ecure the.approval; oftwo.thirdsof: The iosa. su'J ? T '
entries of land (embracing tracts once the Legislature, < L, tLV $ JL".written communication from the I
reserved to satisfy claims under 'the arqied forwarded to the proper local land 'office the Statutes at Large one thousand copies of Senate and Blouse pf Representatives until t?;':, : ts.For-Vice'Presidents.gs? : .officer*

occupation Act, but which claims were for respectively/and to the General Land Uffica volume.nine of/ said,Statutes at Large;,now judgment of,the people canbIobtaine'dthereon ..Honi F R Prnus, of Jackson jL,A.J, of theJJSrno ; arrived atNewYprk'6nJth

feited prior to the allowance of.said entries) at Washington City, within ninety days'af- just1 published, and cause:the same to;be and which has saved the American ftex, of.Holmes* ,and WK..L. Jutizsoir, of 12th last.,.uyhat; ; the,,adnces (ruin'San

permitted at the land office at Newnansville, ter the completion, of the same, to be re- distributed :as.the first eight volumes were people from the corrupt and ''tyrannical Wilton:;"" ; ; ; **-- ;- ;* *' Francisco are ,to Ihe 'l8th; ol May. ; Oar
distributed under the
by.ordero19 Congress, m'raation of(the:Bank tf:the United 'States
Florida be and the corded. i
in the State of same are ,, r ** "
*' -however extend the 16th.mdnsive
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Act,of-August eighth, eighteen hundred and FoT Secretary'; papers, only to
hereby confirmed, and patents shall issue .Sfxnbaf 2. And le it further enacted, and frcjm axorrupting system of general in j--- r- j-<- ; t'ir ll KT : "t- '
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thereon as in other cases: Ptovidcd, That That there be'and is hereby granted to Hhe forty-six.- fj... \ enial improvements 1' ":, smInipLx: of Walton. ? .- -ten,days feter than..trviOuilgexce

lh land so entered shall have been, upon State of Missouri,"tor the purpose of-aiding Approved MayilO-1852.xr- > = SJTs v JZ tJeitThat the.Democratic'Vanywillalthfully 'Ontaking' the Cha 'the .President.'ten- 'Tb pnncpal faiure otih

the faith of the Register's certificate, imj in making: the'.rail1 roads aforesaid,eVery r -- "- VIMim mm ; rXteMlutlona'of :- -. -' abide"by"and nphofdtne"princHties lered his thanks to the Convention in'a few news is relative to the d&fflcultiesbetwet

>ruved by the party in Interest under said alternate section of land designated by,even the' Demo ratle. laid.down in the Kentucky and Virginia happy and appropriate remark 'for-the honor the native miners and the Chinese;in rela
numberscforsixsectrons'in width .each 4 -: resolationacf1798sndiathe, report pf,Mr. "Tt *
certificate, and that the said land iff,,not on ; conferred upon him v v *
claimed by adverse parties. side of'said road ; but in 'case' it shall appear 'DReojtJ.Tbatthe- --.. Madison to theirginiaLeaisaturein! 1799 ; Qa motion, a committee two from etch !iOnhiO which the
ApproredMay26,1852. that the United States have, when the : American democracy that hadopts'thos pcipesasontitntfn1 aunty fi. ;wasappointed by the?.President, to latest'date remarks: '

line or route of said roads either.of them, place,their' trust; in the intelligence, the patriotism one of the mai&-fduadatiorisft its'political determine the number of votes to be"allowed ,The" excitement in .many ,parts.;of I .the

[PUBLIC ACT-No. 17j shall be definitely fixed:.by. the.authority ,, and I the 'discriminating',justice i of creed, and,is resolved'to.carry.them!out:'in eaclt county represented'in fine ConVentiod; mines in opposition lo Chinese labor among

AN ACT to relinquish to the State of low*the aforesaid,sold any section or any part thereof the American people.;. ;- r tJ4 ,rs heir obvious'meaning and* ,import.,, ., ,f who made the iollowingapp0intinentii: one nwfntauiSt'is Evidently jon.jthe increase,

Und rewired for &Springs therein., granted as aforesaid, or that lheright of preemption Resolved,,That we'regard jthiS;as a. distinctive ,Resolved, That the war XMexico, ; .. 4.iBr1gbt,1Joh ril. Mass.meetings,have,beej held,attthe.Nonhand

.Beit enacted by tie Senate and House qf.Rnreunlativa >has .attachedjQjtbe samethen it feature of bur political' creed, which upon"all the principles,of patriotism andhe' hams, Stephen, 'Turner,1"Wo. L. .Jamiesbasr South, ,corresponding..cpmrnittees ap?
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of the United;States of America shall be lawful for any agent or'agents, to we,are proud to,,mafritain before'tbe'world, laws of nations,*was'a just and necessa* ,- nd Alexander Douglas.H-rThe said conVmrhe po7''Md|to jg eia .(attn taken to,clear

;;Congress o mWedThat the twelve appointed by the Governor of said State, as'the great'thbraleleinint-in'a form of..go.vernment7springing ryl wronontpart, iwhich.every Amen reported the following as the'ratio: the .entire miningtgipns of ,thesCel tiala,'

salt springs, and six sections; of land adjoin to ectsubje' to.the approval icfrtbe"Secretary "from and upheld bvthe can.cilizen should have shown.himself,00 )0 Jackson; 10.votes;:j Valtpn 6;;B ilmes, Several"very interesting rCommankations

ing contiguous thereto, the useof'wbichigran1edto ,of the Interior, from,the,lands of the popular, will j 'and wekontthstit'w1tttthcreed beside of his comity, and neither' morally 5.; and Santa Rosa, 7. have appeared the public prints! purporting

the State of Iowa by.the Act United States most contiguous to the tier,of and practice' of federalisrhfnridef whatever or physically, by word,or' deed, have given On motion, a committee of five were.ap to emanate from tie Chines showing
EReidvbatwerejoiee '
y entitled "An Act supplemental.to the Act sections above specified,'so much land in 'name or formwhichseeksto palsy the aid and comfort to the enemy pointed by-President to propose suitable lie benefits to .be derived froro, the.ir grea

for.the admission of the States, of Iowa and alternate1 sections or parts7 Cf- sections, as will of constituent, andwbich'conceives stiberestora resolutions for the cpnsiderjition of the Con emigratibn to jhls:cpnntry! ,-.and .the t unpor*

Florida into the Union1 approved 'March shall Je equal to.such lands*as the United no impbstnre loo*:monstrous' =lot*the' popular" lion of' friendIyjeIatiqnsthour sister republic.'of vention., The President appointed Wou E. tanceTjjf the'consequent ,,trade ,which .willspring.
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third, eighteen 'hundred and fdrty-6sball States have sold, or: to which the' right of credufity:4 ? 'f -f4f Mexico, and easinethy deiie,for Anderson, J. J. .Fin'eyi! .Duiel ,G.- Gun; .:np between, California Land China.

be, and the same are hereby grantedin: !fee pre-emption has. attached as ,aforesaid j :'Resofvot.tflierefon, Thatr entertaining' ber'aU'thi'bressings'au1 pr6spentyr whicfi Ang iiGiflisan&'James Evani. The'comr But,these appear to; have.llule.effect,npoa
lands thus1 : ; 61 th'6seay5ewBVthe democratic party of;this we nnjoy under republican institutions;and chairman' Wml' the who ", bent the wprjfcof
simple to the,,said State of Iowa, to be disposed which selected inilieu those assembled In"at mittee,through nhe E.: An- miners seem upon
of and the proceeds beapplied soldr and to*which C'pre-empli6n rights'bavattacheasafovd.toetherwithtbe Union/thrpugb their delegates' we congratulate American-people,upon derson'sabmctted the following resolutions, expolsipttf,. Frota statistics carefullyre-
the Legislature, pilbat: Stite.sball; direct: sections genet al[convention'of;tbe States, comingtogetheVin'aipIrit'of the results of that war,swbich;have &oman; wbichrerep4optetL[ ;without a .dissentingaaerrA.k jjiaredr! it appears that the number of,Chinf&ewtia
and, sections, : cbpcard, of dev tion festly justiGed'the,pplicy ahd conduct of the ,here between February 1843
,
That nothing in this Act contained parts.o designated 5byeven' j2z uSB arrivea ,
Prnided S L-! SHoJL
theidoctrinWand of;>aviree? nmiteU'' the'UhTtc4States5 J s< uu. = '
to faith i to"
numbers as"aforesaid, and, representative democratic' Hjrra .inO:; May,18.52is; L11,953. ; Tiie number
shall be sp construed as to interfere with appropriated .. < it resolved byt the Whigs ofWestFlortda ,
to theirfeUowrcitize'n's
and *
appealing indedut7fOttbe35tbd5e.UTit7for
as'aforesaid shall be held the"State government, that at .
by haje. dA4e$9ted
And 'in'Convention tusanM That /
; the rigbts'oftbird parties: provided, fpr[the rectitude, of,(heirinj'efations the'feture." ti b' "' ; .9 .** > JfResohedr' *l we regard claJMi'of
of Missouri fof the use and afore- ; ; 167, 30lbAt, that oar "population!
of the Jands. which -purpose- lhefseries of'Acts'knownithi LontpromtseMealuresa -
further been"selectea, That.if, any the "authorities, of the said:,'Pror Vfe by '
have 'old'wdrlJ'a"high
she
ration of" in
American fptbpleilbe 'decl ; principles popular institutions .
,
shall in furtber'than fifteen oft ( ) ppvaiepinen.
no
aforesaid"shallhave case the. fconldbe
'State of-Idwai under the act avowed tbeni wben buf, formerffiiOcaslons and 'sacred-'duty'is" evolved Wth inCreased iI4torfc conntryvthat >
or miles from th'e Iinept the road iiir each case: .by ; :, obtained from sectional interests aad In addiUon jw tbisVlaige nambers.are. z.pected'h -
pre-emption opin-
been legal lytlaimeM by democratic .
: iri gneraiconvdnti6oe.tbey f>resented'lbeir" Bpori'the' .m
'responsibility
i '
; -t rf In ,
Provided! *That the is proposed p/
further landiiereby many portions
of their and thatberefore
otherwise the Stai&aballe.agthorized., to iqns, at'thetimc:; passage,
the
candidates'for/the'popular suj party or ithJScountrfaa rpartyofitbepeople mines sell their cTaima-give them the
granted sbill'' exclusively applied in the iW 6ttghitobet: adbered'to and the,$ to
select other lands in lieu thereof.. fes : : '." -" ,.to upliold and maintain the fights of [ ''and.tell thetn',to'leave .Tb .
construction of thatroad /or.which-it was -M. --- + carried jatofaithfnl execntion;ai final set* proceeds, *Chit.te'lO4
Approved May27, 1852. .'Thathe one of and 'thereby the" Union of the:
Statfe ,
granted and selected, and.shallbe-dUposedof 1. federaVRpyerrjmentis every tienfjji'princjpIe snd.subetneeo1 the nese are pf.mlld.cha should tb.AmericanS .
-." .c- 'tbelwork' progressesaiidibesame'ihallbi limited powers, derived olejy'from' 'Conower'thade States, and to sustain and advancer amoing ; posh matters Jq tIle extreme,it ia
.. ,tPoiujc ACT-'No. 18.] 'onlyas/ ; stitution/ andXthe grinti"of'. constitatidrial 'liberty; byicototmuirig' to tbej
applied to flooth r'purposefurther ; embrace.VSaotmd. ,* '-i--- hot n1icpate44bat .zuchor anybioodsfie4
,AN ACT to grant to certain"settlers on the Wenomenee -Thai therein'pdght to'be strictly//construed.by resist all sidnoportt sVJ and exdnsif e>legislactimpromises wUlnsue' '"""" 1
? qf
Tbanir th'IsCoa 4 Ii
whatsoever fAnd'prmidedi th'opinion
north of Fez rirer, intheSute attbe ije ; '- '
jmrcbMe. and 'ofhe'goven-, the benefit Otb4kt'
of Wisconsin, the right of pre-emption.. any and all lands heretofore Preserved to the the"'departments' agents tion'Jor 'venti0Ba; fartbenigaatlon of the slavery ThWifoTn4 $ aya>!lhat anmef
it the byTvtgilantan'4
and that iinepedientand danger, iof 'maiy;
Beit enacted bjthe.&nae and House r ofIRepresentatives'of United States bytany act of Congress, or,inany'othef meet to; exercise doubtful consfitutiooal powfS lad agitation in Congress would?jeopard;.the the eadingand most intelligent'of the Chi

; the United .States of Aa& manner by competent authority, ons ; -; -,* :- ;,"-i4J-fiii'-Ai. .< *".*. of the cCoastitntion; whiea'are Union anitbat-tbe-Whigs-Florida will ,:presidents have,transmitted idrculaja to
rica inCongress assembled, That every pet. for ilbe*purpose5 of aiding itf'' any object bl ;' "I' stngenoag1Uoembrce'n&upho1d not snpport %ny candidate ;f or libe office of
.2.ba1heonztutlon4ots 'npton4r bome'advaisTheiifp.
broad oughand beircountrmtn at
- 'SOB being the: bead cf ia'amily"widow'oriingle. internal improvement,W for'any other purpose ineral; ,. e the Union as itjsyjwd,theUnion Presieent ',or TVice President.of. th r ynited! ,,,,, '- .-' "
tbis' mentjfte '
man .overclbe. age; of tweiity ae .wbalsofiVer, and;the,same,*re,-**' upon 'gbvert systemofInternal pp 'beJ Jnttne full exparisipn pi theenergies1 States, nn' Jew he be known tq'be.Id favor of *' have lata1y'jirunt.up
and it'shall
? ; .p
commehce arrjodaene as ; sL J *J"iem *- *** -%
years, bootbe4irst day,of June,eighteeii served to.Utf.UnilediStates.from..the>peration'of'ihis *'" -iri and-ca aes llhJa;great and this ComprommbrefidliettlemCfltqkthe.3le17 olfie severe. measures, 'whit
improvements5, ; Jff i. l'- --- -> -
; ; ;
: *
b % ;
Act far."asit < Question,afid.x>pposed
"except so
shall be actual may
bufcdred andtytwo. an Constitution doesjaqt'confer ; ? have .bet4l 4OJDtttJbttfldi'thmirothe
That the people ,
: 3. progressive
6f the
MUlCT and bousekeepy ahd''haye"mader found necessary to' locate1 the Tonte ; directyjor "u" __ __ !I to reopening iathcslightestdegree
.
authority"upon the"7 federal'government; : '- ?: : to mil iidwanirs'g1
j-eserved-'lands' them, for renewed
thebody'of said rail roads through such ; tions mVoIved in agita-
tract
,other improvemenls on any rwithjn } indirecily. *ssume4thedebtsfthe J % 1 '**" Jw s g .!-* *.&3r* *,** &.- ..rin tbem,to;
States" Mwc.aac thqbhofsyon3yhalJ ..
lands ceded to the United by1ItLe several States contracted'foflbeallhternaTimprovements '. F .- I -: '- '
,
: of eiabteentV October 'dgbteen .be granted. O O'4i .Thei' to eurefy attChJfortt 1n'4he following

;,tniidred treaty and Jorty-eigbt, withrthe Menomo- ttZAnirtoiWffrfae; ; ed, Thai: robV'would 6uch assamptiofi, or,ther State;be purposes and exrjt ;-, remarks HP tfidtNewvYorkaaeer Commerl, ; tkfc patrUttism; 'political ipriDciplesxaiid FILLAlORE ] pape_ .!otblIrOi41IueZ thaUhfr
Ja
(b ecti nIa d par'feectionof ,of M1LLARD ,
- :tribe of Indians,4sberebyntitle4ttba m-ra'-ftra jt >-.Q 41tU,-3" ''.fi alf.aifCif statesmanship that
: nee > attendhtf the noa na'lata result ,i in adoption-of retaliatorym"eifu'r
iaime, of ; and the which-fcy:'sncn-grant, ,isball 'Tema'tn to/lbi the President o{ the United States; that for may
'right pre-empCpn upon
: wiibin six miles each ideof 4:7n l tj'i1atic &&h1 -fobta. ; "Democratic Contention fef teadfast'ditioxl'th Ib'e bytieCiun KoVernnieat againstrkans.resH
terms and condiuocs as"is"prescribedly Unied Utes, on *jOly'lb hff! firmness, and ,, _,,. "!
ame the federal nerit foster 'branch 'LIV I'I 1 ir -t3.l
one ;
.said roads sbill.not.be so/orless.tban gbverv 'd nio43ciVinCM 'Union and .the ConstitBtiott Tjd fof tis & China
entitled.1*A aeVto jdfobPrsideniy ; uaaina
the Act pproiiraUe ta .
of-industry to the'detriment of any plhe'r, orto 1,._ It- ri--' 4k' v- # '
'the -of.the jailrabl the pnblic'iand, double,,the minimum price'of,the1 public faithful* cutioa cf.tbeibLws,U "icsctes
: proceeds when ;sbIdVhrchlands shall from cherish the interests of one portibnfjbf bar connt"an&j nfl4edtqthrii .L *

,- and to grant pre-emption.rlgbtsjniapprpTed-and time lands to time be'offered-public-sale lonhe common country r.tbat' eveTy"citlZervandeveryiefetronbl ; U tae,:campaign,,it wojuld.be onwjee toorer-- well ofis, te cWbt..ns.of; the 4e4aproee: $ wtheiuing'4iacl.
fourth, September,1, leijtbveen hundred oltherejecjedeaa.-
directionipfrtbe tbe qiititrytasA'nght to loo'k'anothef.1fa forty-oat'..-Pjmidtd, That,where,there shall highest bidder of tbc, under fnteriorrja the 'shall not be demand' dinisf pona equaUty of'rights dida1S4'5, "Bucbiil i ;. MIIC/ ButTer' # idebCfa1 thitauielcctioOir lTbe' dvkeS Iran'alt.pants areKghly ftyorable

1c the more than one .such.settler on any'aar? Secretary nhtil" shall have been and privileges, atttf"tO"'complete"and ample tn M'Diiitht& The tnJBers are very iteiitwOti'ceivinj

let .section, fractional quarter:sectipo.or subject' entry they protection'person and property1 fM 'dmWinsctIogn'sreuion. 4ietipuaf fair r ai8it.ratioa-/ar tfractio* of. a section.dceeilban'one: hujJred so'offered at public sale. WmWnLtemehve& fnUy.anisnneqoiTOrxKs wbUeihaet'ia frwe jnstaacef o fadiaefdi.

: .e.n&aZy acres,tb rights of t such,seulen, ,Szc. 4. ndieit"furtherrno4c4..Tbatthe1iiidl1ihd5'bereb ofth CqIiYclttiOrefue.tO.a4opttheCoix. indivjdaal jfortow-! averge yek1
& 'the Said i aIUs, eleites'iftIWit.pler1h1 nary- :
as to the land settled on, shall be:the same granted' overnment'to enforce the 'yieven'tbid4 notsaYc them lines vt igMPieCflO- Diiacbieerri
: 4ndjiMetise
ibts ctiqiof State shall.be*ubjeet to tht ilspbsal f the 'f CaaVentiori Jte1 reqaeltedrtdtiid
preibe&bytheeigbtts
f "Ih'e,ru Act entitled .' j "act tott"aothpnze the LegieJatare,thereof: thtcoecewiittteUaion: ;::4M': t,ci- ,-: ALG
,
in'vesUgaVon: of ccriauf alleged'frauds'under said, andjJQ, other 1-awl tba a d.raU oadssnairi deJatbene.CeathT vCflmparatireaobf ctrity*anananimona belegstesto fOi1menly
: >e anj jemaInrpnbTic Tiighwaya Iqt 9 _s pher.ipod| an| true mzn whir
V
the Pre-e pt nstaw' Mot tberpur. of the' United of b e- f oyernme t, mdfadaalbiaceIaia fpte ofiere4 ban jbe nomine4ofl.Y ,a kln41Of4oYIngbaptaMr&ixtinareglarJ1igiti
: ." approved thud March eighteen bun. the osi1 of Hl.e Government tinctioaf-the 1il kdri > -

It poses dredad" foftj.tbreefor sttlitsthveipiproLWideT1of. 1 Statfsjfree from toll or1btbCrtb1gf5fthe *n public debt :i /*"e' af1bmueLT(3 1JflithWOb $Met'puitYvpo1hIc'-mee"Mttr

? transportation iotiuiy property or.lioopstfl is deep meW Ite stfflc vitra of"permiaenef aoJIsofoii syiter
r'l flIiSAcI .the United Sto e? J' ; -'
11 ; yded"f VC11Cui uch' ftay heravoninflhfe.14
il'ft'd4ThIt'SZte the Vice Presidency ',but Mn'.the eveot'thatbisnomlnaiTof
5uathTouli4 betome'vabjecttol : S'4adb ;
ucb 1andpihal1 aooed rfactffmiBes *
,hAll ? the tocald BIithi raticcndidatc cznnot'be "oitaraed*irf tfii Ni, whJca,1'two year
lanJs
ssl at hereby'granted c4t tbe te fr erTrtea
; bet th e tintOltiot7tb'thS: Bo .- Wiiiii* iokh 'ienperfect
disl bl State'ohlyZiflntbett
eot 'an acre. oy-said
of one-dnfls.ud twenty ve; North cami0ie14l lte -
'4hK.of Caroljsa
;Apront May 27,1852. CAN iha4&4P$4t1 jthJCoares.
; 551 3 ol. the 'colaacaatei1.topletthebuiiSs *
and
land hundred
njotexceeding twenty jthjnecIntml ruarled wj&hi4iPMVi eveyz3eee5c ft 1 IenLWeday.
.OD -: ,4-t 'inctniled within oVthe t dfltr Lion
and
.1Pv2L7cLcT-.No49.1 tecUons pnjeaehroadi above .Earth that will eM tN pebkebelO
1'on1lnous licgth ftMyi! l dti4a '
; Jejisla1oquIJ.ditir1i $
-tOtt p.l.
the'illf1We pl21bi ( *
-. AC'.riLeI %esold;!;nI wb ths Goverirnd th tbecoutpromi& othatthplaIorm i TIIv a4Oa1DrodaLme'
CekabifflUS
C.yt.tb. Dwtriot of c
'
bt the LaOA otbNoe'i4M1y.
p ..(.,zb-.wor: ee4eIbilMgot *4 Ih11Sc4ctUJ ( It Lj '
,-' obptpprthat tt'epivrnfles fpaid thiiIdR ze1pJavoe 'pIA
--Jadgi- ; 1ik whith issues have been made: *eOt poists$4
road Ti cpmpletedthen aaoter. quan. .rt 4-ot'Uhe .hava sild !
TruiVbi olai (wo 4 tbeiaiei
United States. -Am* thy oTjarfberetr granted ib rWaI,
tf tf1d aod npdpracti an offf."TP ( -/"ru iiAeai *i >t weWiiotteior
rca ra That ia case oAs to from tifllB to; imill'.aidtoxd is com .1 "t. TITti _*.. Js-ia Lia: f r if ,1t of / ai c
j.
ptetedfvt&it'vaft: n :; 9Wrt f..il i Gwwaw, --

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rjrom tat EfM&prrtt of the South] himself duly; he receiyes 'wjUj; good grace fori1))' I9ntt: ecom ssntpf'I the 1 Wai is to assemble f Idiions, he;woull oMii ajnajbrity1 ontbe ma -S Si

Tbe Freshet and the Crop the deference paid lo iiflsthtiuna! ii'tcdnwieh! ; has b.c3IM7; gy wg >ft.bttefi] >,But jL waisEmlV beyondtheYMgA The'New York

From all quarters we hear disastrous accounts than courts it. IHisSiKKietyisifereeablSanij*** 'deliberation and decision'of|;that';Coaention orMr. illnKrFand on. the Evening Pott, the leading

*44 of the effects of the recent heavy pleasing.-alwayslfrManCaffa*! whboa/ Un4 ',,, *fifth 4v. _kallotf A* a- **fefebeWod. ?, t -.- hinKleaTtnjc k *e .. Mr. organ of theFree.SoSl; party in New York,
shall be.guidedljj.
.1 rains on the crops. The- quantity of rain being famiJrar.Hhe"ref) pert'which*he>f pirei11.1"f HA, fex>\ ? *' ? i SJ a General and an unwavering opponent of the Compromise -
which fell, may be inferred from the fact, never becomes painl l. He talks little, to seliVhe only mteraan v expreeorbich has Baltimore* \ Convention.s 'cEances were eerta jptale.t on measures, has giventn its adhesion
!. Whig
? that the river was so high at this place' that general, and in avery low tpneof voice, but been used by even conservative organs of first ballot, as we' think any union,ifattempted tolhenominatioxi of Mr. Pierc/for -
.? steamboats were unable for some days to he i BO attentive to' what i is said to him, must, be between the Webster the Prt-
the Whig party in the extremes NorthnesSjjhepneKdedcharacter Adoption of, the Platform before the and Fillmore identified their favo- sdency. It sulstanee
hatjoaarj satisfied that he understands you, men- as ,.' aysjiin; S ,that be is
. tfrnes tjno8narand" nhis season of the year led are almos wTHn to ispeliise witff-a" e5seswhick pthemsavEitbeitnatioityotpon&.aJepaiM4 S' pru a new manof"capacity/ /and cbaravtv wB t '.

.1. unprecedented; J th otbernjpart of this reply. This conduct has often beenijokftd. 41 ;. sRatberthanLforirard uipperthiawek. ciple,' vfIt,wi'l' ;ber seen that the Convention is nncommitted.'by-any.letter jlcaid Jot tit*
have
State a severe h if storm occurreilonjbe22d vantage tohimjnvarious circumstances 'of. ;the.men; adopted/a/ platform Jbeloreenteringupon7the"hbmihation benefit that ol lh
: arcourse-whiclr be wing
Democracy which,
uln"ichich tionft cf;thecropsTbe"completelyIaid'fw injury ste done wnte to por the' o one Kasmore, and 6ccaslon to weigh tfian"heTtb"usecircumspection his words.. NorthwhoT* */r W O J i'J'-V fa' haya"* heett; s ?-??. of, % Whi ,4 mjoationsBaltimorewe"navekept / t. oilier Baltimore Convention cautiously omit- it represents, it endeavors to explain awar

crops on the low creek and river lands by promoters l of Gen.,SCOTT'S prospects.jOl"f our columns open 'ted to adopt; and the Whig platfoim, which the Compromise resolutions of 'the'ConVea


c tUe ttrious.; A: Mend who planti on ilhe Cow ILOTIIIAhIFE I'IIU' C A end thatbofIh4W Of tc0 bbjWed'eay's) tbatihuellycn: : wpt'isuTmt'to teeiiwill N.acceptable be' tbaf,adopted to..the''ineommII.SouthinJhe soning t"Wi'd61totpretend Iyounded'oiffact to fajrtbat hrresa

; ikee favor o. with the wing'account off' ( highest'degree.: 4 ? ;: wThe '. ,. f but we nevertheless
1Vt1 Cm hys the U & to 5ttofficesup tlte .
the prospects In that neighVoi hood:i ir J A C K:S O inr.I'L I/Ei* i* anFsoutb ) i ruling1 out =jof fxertain Free-soil dele quotrbattays pn'the sabjecV.that
jjyer ward.. T"Kis acbunt
,* !t prornIsemea5qres' itr may ? tp! gates frotnNewaYorkvwho; sought to displace -,
: The prospects of the planter are gloomy i. /i I : our readers may..!. by what means U' expected
:' in the extreme; every thing presents;a disastrous Thursday, June 24tb, 1852; !ive1awbught to be I adhered, to.an4 car- and we hope be sufficient aiology/with/ a the:regularly:chosen minority;of.Fillmore -;, to bring the/entire.Democratic

4 appearance. Such a freshet I,' never riedWt; w rescribeiHtf the ''explicHjfan; portion of pur rfaders who may hot receive delegates, is a triumph right and jo*< vote

.l before have .witnessed at this season of: the 1'Mr.Liisi MAiqucY has-withi FttLMORit'a' Message ihefr until jaijiajj /'later thafnaual. lice.which bespeaks tbegood; :sense of .the to the support' oftbenoni'tnee" '" of that
jnage'ofPresident/ *
r g papfrs ; rub'ngmajontyiof,:the committee. Is the j'
* year. On the 26th,27th, 28th, 29th, we had drawn his from the' columns, ofHhejiucient'Ciy could not furnish party; .
: came atttheKb'egin ng./eifA8./ By'anylother.arrangement we fateofiRantouljiif 1
When ; ; e/other
4c; heavy shower*, which served as full seasons, Convention ; With-regard to I e rrsolutsons said to
it on the crops, which were-wanting rains kip to > an&bas bee .su ceededby Mc4: declared 'his determination tlOVOteS7J | ,this; impprtonCJinfo.rnatiph'unUl'| ; our This comes I of; the South having: sent. up have been adopted by the Convention,'jatt

: the 26th. On theiafiernoon.'the 29th a Mr. R. B. CANOVA.' -; s f r COpr mise9 next issue. J WVappendjj'elow the result of their fall.representation'_ ;. v before it* close,'called in'wime quarter *the

: regular set rain.Icoinmencud it' rained c. ... .... .. .- i ; > he preierepce to ,& Vh'g the ballotings in our possession ittt the time Corrcfpondcnee'IU5'I ,pf- S the' Republican_ I I'L platform,' wbr're.saseit-; stronger ,terms;
steady all that night-and slackened about -I.T. ICi.. a-' -*" T1. what we 'said yesterdar.. Further,inquiries-'
known to the uf writing VTAn/si5i *a *
llAP
not pan sUv '. ?
* whose opinions were > ; S'W '
,1 A.'M. of the'31st. info the: circumstances.
one -The bf WiranoToif, June 12th,1S5LMC.'Dac satisfy ;ns thai irt
receipt a ftoemprandhm', accompa- ,
"The scene after daylight was iai Indeed; '' f tate New''Yrand liebe'' did Tiot cease\o be aWhigw: but spatches tothe'Savannah Republican 'dated : : SfiT-Presuming'that pay ing.that 'thty did. not txpna: tAt urug of
iapackage ypa
fiat lands inundated the flying the above th'e6th! .state Jhatph,the assembUig of the the '
our perfectly ,' angry &ily proioseJ to caTty out print interest Convtnti'ntj we nsed the least expressive,
in
feel the of the
waters**sweeping over th in,- destroy* other.papers'received, by the steamer Foffda ciple.' pad ,. Convention,);Mr EVAKS, of; Maine was'appointed may- some-, doings phrase the case would' Justify. They wars

ing both crop and lands, fencing swept away, at Ibis place, on Friday, informs us of 11. that is natibnalJn.. the Northern temporaj Chairman t A committee CapitalVtakethe.liberiyof: writing yon a not-'adopted fy the Convention Three-r
and still the elements above indicating what we did not efoie know-that we'areInleb'tpd and ; ; haMy sketch of what f suppose will much fourths pf itbiB members.-morethan three-,

no 'prospects whatever/of clearing'up,'and frienas oLhe Whig'party,*will !J>rb/ef consistency and to npmina bfficers for'the permahent organization'was interest youjanJ thepeople* ; of your sctio'i', fourths, it 1issaid' by'' some-had; left ;the, "

affording usno opportunity of being released tgiJpufiT' ???? ? ; carry out its .principI thoseotthe appointed;;:.also'one! pn'creden The room. Nor MORE THAH A rozxir orTUBaEsrl

from the threatening floods.- A great deal Charleon Courier Sot similar favors of late Jig by LrIngto eTe to tials. .The Contentionten; || adjourned to,6o'clock ,, '; Delegates forthe'Whig Convention ZNETT WHAT WAS 'ioiNO. 'Mr.'Dav/g/ ,

i of cotton will be totally lost, covered 'up in papers per .Floridaas: welt 'aa 'th one, in Presidency a "Deswcr. > ?/,"?who will publicly ,'toreceive the reports1 of. thercbmmittees. from the different States are assembling quite the President' the :Convention, had beiaobliged

; sand and mudand there will not be time to question. We are ih"frequent recjiiprofpackages'through himself'-tosall'tbe measures of '" '* '*"* *. rapidly. xThere is "no'doubt1 but that every by exbaistionj to 1eave the.Cbaix
replant in season,1 tbe'restof> the crop commit State be rcpresented.v1rFiz.z..f Mr.Irvingiwas in his placeandwasezerting'
the k dn ss,9Uou/ Savannah will, fuily
will require our utmost energies to succor u [ thVComprbmjserandthe'cbnstitntional rights 1A dspatch-of..sae/ 'day, 5 o'clock: P, M I himself valn1y to Otablish something
I in timejbence, if the disasters have been cotemporaries; and/ without observing orthe South, prfeece a Wlugvhoi says: ., 3" MRE and Gen, SCOTT,seem .to 'be the favorites j like order. The main business of tbs Con.,

general, our prospects are for a short crop, the/'name rbrfbe Courier ir'A written on i afraid tolivow his sentiments, & *The Committee Organization'have selected a ." WZBSTEB 1 has many .warm .friends,1 rentiph had been. ;completed; members and

and hard labor to make it.-There are many the wrappers 4 of those'sent from: thtat office, s )JOHN G.;CHAPMAN, pf Maryland, for but has no chance of the nomination unless 'lystanders were talking, it over withsaA:

t ; in this neighborhood, who had, a fewdays we 'they all came irom Savannah. .Mr: CABEii next;dwelt wjth> some strin President, by a.vote ci.seventeen to fourteeaCucus th; friends ofbhe*: or the other,parties unUg ther'and every thing wa attendedjo but
: ago, the flattering.prospects, now cast supposed gency upon the cotirse of'1rMarz inbehg3 whatwas goi0g' i besid& the Chair. In
44 ', down and a scene before them truly destructive Though not deeming if necessary fegntdrly 'One'ofth of Boothern.Delegate A withbis ;friends, whichfa, not,.probable. the midst of this b'ustWaad.confusion,lathe

and desponding. Yours, &c. to make acknowledgment our obligations A caucus of the'delegtrtes from all the There will be a'bard struggle between the midst 'of loud conversations, shouts and
of. the Pledge1 given at the beginning '
4, to our'Sannah-friends we' have done'so signers : slaveholding States, adopted'a-series,of resolutions friends of the two'former.-the result some noise of the hasty entrances,'and hasty, de
' of the-session x>f December,,1850, by this morning, of the following
The the the purport : lartnres, somethin<*was read (vhitk nobody
following are proceedings sufficiently often to express our"apprecia- what doubtful. .. .
: <* Sit rf
Senators and to I ( eard 'and which. few.
i. oh certain RepfesehtafiyesV concerning ve1v were
Convention held at Milledgeville '
Whig *
tion'of their'attentions, and the value of the lsti declaring the General Government c .In the'House, to-dayMr;CABEit.tnade that it
the 7th inst., to appoint delegates to the support: no ,.candidate wfcp did explicitly. aware was reading; .1r.irvjug'put.
Baltimore Convention: late dates thus placed! in our possession.We his in the Com one of limited to\veratid denjing/the what might,be termeds political speech- he question on all ;the resolutions in anmp.
; of acknowledge acquiescence right to exercise any powers hot expressed of'which be writ ;The ir* that fragment of
." As has already been announced, Hon.SEATON are equally obliged to the editors every sentence 'ought.to. ayes *
Mr. C.'s adheiion.that or granted ih/the Co'nstitutibn the 2d"and3rdare
f promise. own / ; Convention'jnst in the bustle of 'breakin
GBANTLAND chosen President, It'should Iiiiheartof'every *
: was endear
the Courier for the they have sent ten le\tersof.'gold
papers | Jneationtothe.rights.of! ; /the .. .
and S.T. BEECHER and J.T. HARDEMAN, Jr., pledge constrained cnrse towards \ \ .3 I'.l up, were more numerous.than the noes,' and
4.r and shall estimate and acknowledge States 4thj'against/the/ 'action, bf/interyeh- tothe/. Southern mahwhe'-:
Secretaries. The committee us, duly SCOTT' Ybat' J he declared the resolutions adopted.. From
following was Gen : ledge he'ntendedj '
.
i 4i
appointed to matter for the consideration any similar courtesies at tneir bands in fu- lion ; 5th, in favor' of/an/economical/ / administration thor he be Whig or .Democrat., He maintained one of the members thCnVintbe! Convention,
report "If the Democratic '
sacredly tofuIfiI. nominee of the Government, and !a tariff for '
* of the meeting: J. A. Nisbet, of Bibb; ture. that true Southern position which beset who was decidedly opposed to a part of the
j to its atquirements, and no revenue.which/will/ glve'enc uragementLo .
came up resblutions/and wonM. have voted
Miller Grieye Balwin Thomas.Fie wellen against
,
with the of the session
; out at beginning/
Late PublicationsWe ill branches'of industry, in every section of ;
is should hem if be bad been'
1' such candidate given an
of Upson; J. T. McNeil, of Morgan; J. J.Scartorougb Whig presented opportunity,
he country ; 6th, in favor of'a ystenifof advocated, the rightsof the South, by contendingfor have'it that he did not ,the
of Houston; Russel Reneau, of acknowledge the receipt of part first unq'aerfonab'jir yojefnhe peinpcrai'1 'He we even Mar res
river and harbor'improvements' by.the General
) 4. DeKalb W. S. Norman of Monroe E. Cain a strict and.faithful compliance olutionsput to'vote, and was Jiot aware, cf
; / '
; '(did; not, think possible be could ever
of serial entitled.Meyer'sUniversum Government jth/and/ 8th'endorsing
it4: of cobb. a new pictorial ; ': with the Compromise, and rigidly'denoOnced his pretence that they had been adopted till
The committee report the following resolutions or Views of the most remarkable Mum Democrat ;U his principles and sympathies the,finality of the/Compromise measures all/factions whih'sOught to infringe or be beard cUlt afterward.- platform made

:: which lake the only true and safe places and objects1 of all 'countries, 'la were all with the Whig party;" but in all their part, w. ? in this manner does not even deserve tke nasitfa
The friends ofMr.VEBsTEa unanimously evade those measures aavocated.thC'n mi-
for the South and which far instance he should be ; farce, which'we yesterday'gave it.,A
ground so as steel engravings by distinguished artists, the present governed '
t; '. they relate to the compromise and the acquiesce in those resolutions, and have ox- nation ofMr. FILLMOXE, as'the most relia farce is played before an audience, which is

- course to be pursued the Whig National with descriptive and historical text; by.iemi- by.the priticjpte at stake.. pressed a determination to sustain u them when" bIe'want'o, carry out faithfully the require- aware of what is going on.1*.

.tI:. Convention, correspond almost to the letter nent writers in Europe and America.!? Edited 'Mr. expected' the' 'hostility those brought The following before the is"the Convention, resolution referring: ments of those great measures. Upon the I The'Evening Postfalso/ girts its readers

with the views set forth in the Republican by CHAS. A. DANA. Published by HERMANN who constitute 'the great element of Gen. to the Compromise measures contained, in other hand, he fearlessly and independently to understand that.Mr.. ;Pierce 'u hot,'the

On Tuesday last: .f. METER 164 William-street New York. SCOTT'S; strength at the North* ,He defended "
the above series; / Vt declared, that should.Ge, SCOTT receive the ultra Southern man which in some quagers

E Resolved, That we re-arm the principles The present number/is/ composed,'(with ''the his own coarse, and the action of the irst Resolved, That the series of .measures nominationrwithoot/placing*' himself -in: a he is represented to be. It proceeds to speak

: embraced in the Preamble and Resolutions of .Nlagara'Falis the Tow- Whig caucus of the present, session, in'en- commonly known as the-Compromiae..in.
View\f
text) a J, : h ns.of some of.his acts in '
of the Georgia Convention of 1850. ; cluding the Fugitive Slave law, are'received proper position< oppnthpsefmeaiures, be Congress:
Resolved,That \ve send thirty Delegates to er of London ; Hohenasberg, the Fortress dorsihg the Compromise': resolution of and acquiesced in by the Whig party of'the' would fall Jar; short'of receiving the support Mr. Pierce ted,, when' in Congress

; d the National Whig Convention, with power for State Prisoners in the Kingdom pf Wirtemburg that caucus became .the platform the party United States as a settlement! -in principle of the great.Whig. partytSontb.'' This firm respect the right of petition exercised by

t'. to fill their own vacancies. ; and TingaPs i Cave, .in Ireland. and would have ..been its settled policy, and substance; an final settlement-of-the and determined stand taken Mr.'CABEtt he*abolitionists. In'1837, when,'after'bar

Resolved, That the safety and honor of the The work is somewhat in the style of had 'not certain Southern politicians failed dangerous; and exciting questions which by ng served his State* in tbe House of Reprr
South and the integrity of the Union Ware 5tf hey[ embrace ; and; so far as the Fugitive appears, to, displease the friends of Gen entatives,' he had tken/his seat'as a member
dearer to us than the triumph of any party, Views of the Bosph'oruspublished about to stand'firmly"by The Compromise Slave law is concerned, we'will maintain Scorrj more eapecially.Mr. STANLT, of North of the United States Senate, he'voted to

) or the success of any Candidate, and there- the years'40, Ml' &c. Thevalne/bf faith- men, at ,the JJforth generally opposed ''Mr; the same, and insist on its strict enforcement, Carolinawho:obtained, the; floor at the.termination receive in the*usual manner a petition'askng -

; fore we instruct our Delegatesto insist upon fit! pictorial views of places of note 1i inhis_; FnxMORE, and there had been found. Southern until time and experience shall demonstrate ofMr; CABELL'S hour and 'for the abo1itioa'oslavery in 'the Disrictpf -
; at-
,
44 a recognition of the compromise measures is unquestioned and the work'before men willing'to yield to this influence the necessity of further legislation, to guard :CoInmbFa and sustained bis/vote by
; : by the National Whig Convention, as a full) tory j ,f against invasion or abuse-not, however, to temptedjto* ridicule. j t the*-opinions. > *MrjC. lis voice; He took the same ground'with
( I
. and .final settlement of all the questions us cannot fail, we' should think, to win a and sacrifice thePresidC0t. /Upon 'tihbse impair its present efficacy ; and.we deprecate could ke1caHed *an argument. 'The Hr, Adams as (p'the'propriety of the abbU

1. therein embraced, and to make sucn recognition high popular, favor, both for the, intrinsic Southern:men Mr C. placed ,'ifi responsibility all further/agitatipn: the 'slavery :truth.is,the positions taken by-Mr. CABEZX, tion of'slavery in the District, but ..declared

ft a condition precedent'to any participation merit of Its artistical feature, and forjits appropriateness of.the Northern.Wh'igX failing' suv- question a*. dangerou& tor.our) peace, and n' scorching th ughmodest'rebnke: of hat *be would giveno' / vote which 'mfghte

by them in the nominations of said as ornament to the parlor tain the Administration and the measures tviH( discountenance efforts at the renewal ree-Soiters > construed into a denial' of the rightpf pe
Convent4on.y < or cohtinuahce'pl.such agilatibhVii Congress and Abolitionists, has'arrayed tition.That was a time/when/ the :infltteflcf -

: Resolved, That Milliard Fillmore for
1p I. ability, impartiality and patriotism manifested >Graham's, Magazine' for July has 'len Whig Convention.repudiate those measures, the attempt may be made'f and we will in their/M- -c ranks' --notr- -one.'-4 This, -should* it was the fashion to loss back such petitions

;47 by him in his administration'of General received ., The number, conhiwies',the"*de and nominate a inan-whp has withheld from maihlain this system of measures as a policy give' him a higher claim without distinction with contempt1 ih/lbe/ faces of-those

Government, deserves the' confidence of/the scriptioo of the ,extensive Printing :Press the'public his' opinions :alt'theni, the Whig essentialto; the nationality of the Whig party who piesegted thern"and required somecoura'e
:
whole country; be ha(te 'n tried'aiyl found and the integrity of the union. ofparties'uponhisconstituents.A/ in- apolitlcian of the' DemocratJc
/j
would) co'mpletely > ?! uWe
faithful to the CoistitOfibaidthe, -i Woiks of R. Roc &Co., illustrated with engravings party severed.Ji ; ,DELEGATE.Correependenee school to' conlront and defy the imperious
*
/** < !' '"* ( r* > continOe .' .
macy of the laws; faithful to the preservation of other departments of that establisb'meiitt'ih ;Mr,/'CtL. again referred to theposi1opof.Gep. "despatches" as" we" 'findihem'in 's: S demand of the South, that all memorials and

of ttie Union, and:the'1 Constitutional l rights addition' 'top thosi' contained 'in SCOTT, citing-/certaih, extracts_from tbe'lepublzcan. 4'j t ,, -'of. the. Bepnillean.' 'I' applications this"natore should be rigidly
of the South,*and>we"heYitate not to avow his show the hisrtieaiiittbe tr..A j-; BALrIxOiz' TipuDAI7th;j. --- excluded fromltheiiotico of Congress vThe
June issue. letters to weaponsused by tj-FORT MELLOJ ,
the The number 'z o9thfj2.
[ : '
-
present
possesses The committee credentials, not ask for the
him Over'all
our preference for other can ;+ tonT ,rare .. right to extinction "of slavery in
? didates. the usual 'Variety and fullness'-of :. North'1'I to win for bimantifilavery readyVj toj report..yet. ,The'forenonttoday/ -:pisxi r General HoPziNs left this post be.District Colnmbht ia: now admitted
'H 'V 4 ;
Reo1ved, Thaf.we'have entire confidence Graham. .T .. .- > < sujppprt. 'iiTm was /cousuxnetl.in ;discussipg; a resolution tp vi.h'! portion/ of his command, on Saturday _but Franklin Pierce'whatever be his ogfri-

c in DanielWebster, and while we profoundly De- Bow's ,.-.-,-" 'u1okbeen in The remainder Mr. CABEIX'S ;speech adopt platOrntbefor any,nominatioh/was ast, the 5th ;instant, intending/to, scphptbeiountry.from ions respecting'the,'Comprotnlse, waa one'of
.; bi&yast and made., The resolution was s.arried.aps the earliest "*" ,
admire stupendous intellect, assert U.w
we *the'head
in of the'-same tenor as the'aboVeUhobgh .waters of 'Indianliver"lagoon
cUerish the warmest feelings of gratitude to receipt, for the. pastJortiight'ofthe Juneissue I99'nays;: 97.; An amendmentwas adopted,' [lilt. Pierce it wilt be '
remembered
him for1 his eminently able and uncompromisingJ of 'this highly useful industrial work referring tp'General TATLO, and'otble spe- 'appointing a committee"of one 'from j.each to' the vicinity of Fort Pierce, ? did not
i
; defence of the Constitution nhd f is leading article's are-Sheep Husbandrylnthf cial.causesi'pf bbje'ction, toGehera/ ]' cori?. Stale to report.aiplatforin,. and authorizing and break'up settlements! of Iddians who answer;(as4he.otljer Democratic candidates

!, the rights of the South, and we would delight buut1bern States; Forest Life and Forest With the;limited;space at; command at eachjmejnber pf tne committee, to cast. the nay;fcie found,in tba regibh. At that'pplntie did) the letter' of Mr. Scott,'of Richmond,

1' ,. -to honor him.Resolved "_> Trees}jMaine ;,Free Banking"; .The.United the time,wOwritewend it impossibl e-tocbntin full This eectorat.voeof! his State in" o nmittee. ,expects 'to, teceive ssupplies.whichwill: asking whether, I if'elected, 'hefwould veto
S ; That our' hearts in-the' sick Jeso! tipnvbichisc9iaiderett.unfi..y9rIe'to / / '
are
ilI chamber of Henry Clay. N w'that'be"is States-her past and futureHistorical'and; eevenJa"syn6psis ,iki up4.5t4 ihcSouth,1'ytscarriMbypina.) enabl .hiin'ito turn 'to' the west,'and'sconr any/.act'bf/ Congress. having in view, the re?

' about to die, we feel that justice/will/ >e done Statistical Collections pf Louisiana. :In'ad Thoentikceha11apprfliur.next..Eiougiz.hasbeefl jorty of.thrCe ThV cphVenipKa4journedTfcieCbhvehtion'h'as \ .the. ouOtrybetwCiIndith. River 'inlet and, pal o1th.Fogite Slave Iatv.j :
'i '
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A
-j 3W> r
1' : f tej" i. ;:::
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to his-worth, and that' a proper'estimatetij'onhis dition, thedepartments''of*Agriculture and giye ani tosixP.M.nf ., .. ., ?.' L'Jm? i P IfS! ? 1 is ; '

long, brillJaut'and" ' patriotic'publicservices. J.J' ;:< In( rna//Z'njjjpw/ wto'are/filIed\/ \ fest that Mr. C. maintained'uptoUhe'eve" / / ; adjohnied 1lm| 6rn-, fairbrite: resort lot the.marauders who can-; I :
.
Resoleed, Should of the mation of [$the'bigheBt practical.valne .of.the'siiting of'the National.- WbW Convenrii Ing,'' be ominIttee'oa''Credentials li'ot being -'not;be i kepti within< the'ilimifs which:; retethporanIyaisigned //The'eteataer;Florida, on her/arrival shere
either// ; Congressional *. / : "- -; ; '
; ; (
&d. of5nany ptJd. readyto/repbrt.// 4' Districts of the Stat ijpoiiidelegatee, .We have also received from Messrs.Lbs jipn, tbeBearing \ ; to' the Indians. The ;

I,' that we hereby ie OOizO'and !ip/point/ them egates, an unabatedihpstiJity.JpJB exctled debate'this after General fias'aijpjdrrected anther" portion ofttis pleasure-party;to i Lake,George,' *nd' retnri,
this Conve'ntidnV ? < '* ' 't.1' '* '" noon |n regard to the,amendment.'adopted here :
as delegntevof t l 1 on Frida''rnorning.- On SatQ
ItIsoneofa class of aS'nowpresented tothaeountrybr is likely'a this 4 command .104nove: down the >day
i'woks1po [
g;iResolved, That vzewJ.DiMay. .. morning give members'of the'Com- country
aiv Kxeculiye .Cpmrolttee" J A* j ** sh'e
'U len be'ippolhttd' try'the- P President'ofthis widely. known? toj peed'description:cfits1 befdcIito hC'thIfin. iTht. mittee on Resolutions powertp cast the electoral and scour the-swamps' of the tributaries morning, w5ttproce jto'StVXugustrBe; ,
: '
convention to take any attion'that may te general.. .'features; jAs' 'presenting :the j; iZfS4 : j- : < t ]F; ft I. ybte.pf the State'ihey represented:* It the upper%t.'JphhXrfallihgn; | w tbe'tiistof'that1riveran4 and return here'bjCMoodiy' morning1.' "She
.
: i 'in'fntberance # l waSjdehbun.ced byjMr Da>vsbn'pf Georgia, will bave/a fine band ol music'on
>eces / board.
iry pf/ourpresent/ views leading:tenets of 'certainparties/ihBrtai! j< jMr.CABau.'AfpoaItioiiIsone.ptjbe.; deepest -, as'an bence back4othe, chain
-five ot whoni snail be a iiorurn.II att'etbptbf the'1arge S tales'td strangle
:, The following gentlemen were "appointed and as.*,'critically** j_ analyangthe? beiit'a.ture -' in'terertK'to thee Whg'Ofour Siste. the'smalle'r.'ores.aaanprecdented.n4' in* fjtakes whichbave.acontinuationand: outlet -

delegates' der the second resolution: of ;tbat country, these Reviews are nniversalfr "r 1, -_ opp6sjiip/it; ov2intr:; ; ;; from'''the Tohopekaliga :ta Lake Okeechobee. inJacksoftvifle5ta.day' advertised in our

: received.- '' ? fit B.,. hf* "5'i.-I BAr.TIM&z1 FaThAT MoatINo IflSth,; ''Thejtwb poriloifs'bf 'tfie'wmmand olninhs.lbyj Dr. JOHW'MW Pitiz.'A'vcrcditatIe
"Fortke'S&ateat'Litrge. L 3 .- ': :: :_ !aJ eection\by.primaryjDeeUng! of the The Pennsylvania'delegation will piesehta bet
> : HoiiWilIam: C Dawiwnj, Hon SEATON ., Mr."Onr abeU'spech ..... I ; ; party, platforp to-dayffembracing, resolutions IJ1 af&i| itis-bdth ihV'town;add
GBAKTLAKD,Cbas.J.Jenkins, Miller Grievr 3 .3 has been for//him, and in(attestation of aits more) strongly w'favpr pf tjth CouriprpmisjS1thantho'seijpro'pQsed seen -ho.thpbopd iCourithaL.ex.tepejve/ enterpriseol'tb.e proprietor js andwill, be

: .. JoaLga.HiLt, Robt, Washihgton;cbr'respondenWf' Def- h'eJ!
; Y.LHardeman a bai
4 Anthony by the Souiherix deley iwamp, wberei/thi'Gene'ral' asoa to a
gacodatiolto in
j jii < > &>f -+- 4. i 'V>V.XV.'ri persons diy and
; Porter, 'Judge Fleming, 'JosephFay\Rbt) : egate"jo.; the. Baltimore.Convention from this tional administration. .o1President Fbllmore,' gates, i1 order.' to secure Southern 'BUpport believe/will' be fwd 4he hitherto VcureU'Tbt'heaYjr wish 1dbba.e
wuntry'whd
V. be. Poer -' 4j -s 'per
Washington' i.f > "
Trif Thohias Flew r *" fecpt1
., State,and a warm and almost unc'pmprbmis- and thereby his corrcnCeitlthi.mentof for Gjfb, ScottY! ijpVrj.1 7: ; "" '
;
fj 5 f I ret '
V
ellenvMictael Kenan Dr. A' ; of leQulsidero oii'onheir"ownhbok"
,t....: R: Ridly JohnJ..FIojdi. ihg'suppbrter of'"th'e mari'and IbVpoliey ofI the wholeSouthern .?i,The Webster enr1iCdWtJ31s nbmlnaiion( !._,:., )' i .J. .:i /.. ..t ; 8'3
? R. Rfuwu A Wriglit -Whig
,; % Judge BLi! party. : ,
'Lv ;-: y t ':' MJ; r s *>*: s.eipnj1ie.bal1ot.} i The $ W' I !'
/ billeting "'
: ..1 :H. G. Cote, J. R. Alexander, P.D. Connelly i themann now administering so iltl46. The vnWftfirtyljl JOorMi wb iaf too,haveptb&iitllr t lll nMA AM Jqf CongTezatlohil

1:? ; Phillip Cook, P. M: iebienearev A. fl. ernment of;,the.Union speaks jnrhigh terms, Effort,rtadjits'pracflca.; ; : LW1 flooded the ; ministers, held ;atJBostob'dn? the Mthol: ? .,
'NJ ELRYI1 A.M. whpK coun&y'nd placet where the '
William 171V..I I 6n kppomted/Iaflt
Stoke. Bbvnton; B. H. Warren, Dr. : tpmmlitee ,Tpb*i
Ofaseechdliiesed; bv Mr, CAJELC in the bility, been demonstrated. of: /Ie39lutlopgvuig.eachmernber1pf the '
.t 'E.JontsE.HiVOrrel YLfl Harris, 'organizing :a jnt a few.weeki'since I we had dfOrwa, yar:,jnade'11 report. 'ThCyatitedthatthe'
pi; ; l HOuoPflkpenai1s{[ / ntC12thi. third party, and fonthe choice-of that committee on resolutions, power "to cast"the! aanualexportof 'tobacco1 to"f9.
, ,. GgoPatjtJQs.,4jiLe j1: -ft \ ; party Jull electoral i ter,care i now filled 4 overflowing. 'r> Rain amounts --
m .-, The esideittapppipudithei We ;h'ave"Been*vanbns hnef"ootces? .of Mr. to jtse.castJta: fofirages vote ofhi State in coimitte2a1teen ,' 2S,25l'arnf the'Imports in7 the-article bt
> following even'jhoughlbat still eontinnes
; iorpdurdpwn in
ii, named M. Vii''i -' fc Ai ft.- J Mrithdr wh.., ::.Thisr committee,: torrents and igaOZ52O.l2'a0d WS' rtftn' reost
gentlemen as an executive Committee: Cs remarks.:ino r .exchanges, and of.IB choice had; \been iay jD erajiiBBt..we with e'epTlit' find ..the'face'of.the' ;
r' Miller M.J. Kenan Sam'l T. charged, reporting a/pliUorn/ ),,has.been1 to whole'earthJci.f o1ciga iwia'tne United SLatEs .is.$20,000,000.
S.' Beetberand thereto' rSTAKtTrCf North Cat think bui appointed .and various -'! ; .1C 8>iT i.---J 'J. *! ViS.'Li's : I-' '! ''*'' 'I''AIIU1D'C.8iID1DiTZTb&.WSb1ngtOI'-"-:, -
reply srnaUi -
fraction !
of J
)'I :Diu'l K. TockeV; of:Baldwin; J. : ; & : .ytha Whigs ;, sets, of, resolutions cpvered. with.waterv.j How this :will affect ,. 1Ji
bl1z1'Frbth.the iks tianesb'oula of the State- wo have beeneferJecj toit., ; .
II ThRWutiingtoand Jaa.-kNesbetbf would'the'willing i ; fiopptfrtXi'Rii'"t'mA mivtt. ourc operations, Jrapossfblej to be known *
Th :; '
Bibb; Rob'tV.34ardemaibT' Jones?'E.* bct.th6p jepiIedi7i, &ifa fomJu.fLf VJVwi. ''firsf i> epramittee en credentials,haa reported! at resent: -y i: %. ;* -- <,g& correspondent lh''Baltimore un.''writes
V f nPitu 3.j & {': f *- yidi r4 ;' .-' I$41 in IavorofaUthe Fillmoro.jlelegatesfr6> p y s that-a portion Tof'the Derndcrktio freejoilersj
r I'; cibintsa; f Monroe; RUMC! Reneau,-of rDe to 4J..PthflLi! ; mpre tbah|' a.reiteration .of ittheug'nopjnesLbewbG ; fe 'ork whoaa ta;wefe 4i"* j 9 '.!; >* Everybnrs-r'mostiruly'j bavetexpressed 'muc'a'diseatisfacfidi at the
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ibetoIMorp '
.i f the' r"S* $y i vsr** ?#" > i 'aStq
positions
general they hi: democratic
are respectively -
{ .Wc coizldnaconsenta platform'and-nominations add
1sr41tlS ,
2i4 .: : L'JJ ;L y.fct i' .. + ., ..*V' T V.r.<* .t ti
.OsasrL kn. t 4ccii. PT Oii' !onebfL,that.patyto sjouiic4toio JpntlStb-, l | ; t ? I- 'Lr ihafcanuitiber then have held a eancos
.f ,., _. J >-. ;. j 'ft Y" I ?1i. ": ii 0 1' 'uaif >> The ConTeptionj adjuurned at quarter pas tUWa3hingtOn'ndsgree4: to 'Oppose ta.
li t 1 12 o'clocto,5: .PM.; ,..to nwait the repprtofbe'latfprm 'show, nornritioas.S' i 5
4I j' t Pierce
aE1atUtuigive5a ; that Gen.
ur : fragrnent ., _
t pit orjppngeztt, eoher qs- tow-.fWJt;a'Senatof 'S tS' 'ttt _'- ., s'r
:| Cpmmitua :
;l'l oC joarn .l fJ l.iPf Brpglie.Wftte Uin bther accountsjreceived there'verbillhkve'IedUs'to .Confenlion,sbpuid have 'presentedjioch 'h ; be1caegoip. .5';.n fiftftn!years j Wfno* at the landing at Vein
in 1782, in which the personal appearanceMid an fct t ttng Axvtval* i _
: 01 .icia( < Cruz,of'witK.Gen/Scotttn ali f''lha bati '
alteTnative'i w 5 ifroaftKema v' ;
mnner ieKribe4 Bhonldttayiawty: < -5' : ':* .
XfWMhHigtOttarei .
< as as .kindly handed,us the follow 7/ :' t ., 5- .
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Iber K mttftitMSmnot .5 g. uypuarononzrro.
appeared tp.a.Fjreiichmtnjrti v t ii TWii
espLcha4e1Cg) the Conv aIl ,
.1 The.,Grof raj is,afoul forty. iBe yearf. with Mr. CABELI'S remarks, bye ceiptofAYullr ; j opp y.oe'-m prcentauyor":u; J 1 Oon'-frbm'thw Statef wa even. iatgth* tttrnihgotathe: i'.',. .JaM4L- ; $ -t G n:,J.- A.Pedn.Joha I .' .

pge;wue4 be jlarg* .His i,figure fiBejy.made) Umucbn, vcrywellpro.ore.plcasiflg bpyof ahlirspeech'Tbv last! Sun- his JofUpeasjfcoI purpose,, *Wbate.T rivirtaeid -Si 4 ; BAI.TI3( Wolino! del.Reyl Wbd tb&Aiir.ierCity it 4.. --5. '" St. 8.reokz" '-- ,.Jlominton.. S4

portraits r.presentjL .He prMjfin* dW1)dillfts conUuneJ/inth9nVu&nrton; ] theM fthJOccpiC Z4keato! p p9scdJiy.theSouthem4e5iep. ? t con .iJers t'a, mnspTh'teI 'aid aa3vor. CoUHunoa;"'''' *:, 'J.Ewiida,' "N.L
Inthe Wild fi-'P r'l: ?? r W t *LT* kas bee iMgreejfony tk4eontnliee itrtf > .
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fiVm
witbir i r.1' 'r.r.Prs
> aboutjhree year* ago: q : td'e' fJr.ti't fWe'juMtbLflkOfl5'hOWa ., ; -' .
'- -- "' .WD.Hirriaon.lQ.
L199.tc.q.m *i *3- *'- -** ?'-* ji.- T1W Bnvsrd.Tsfl's
and although Jhotf who hart been contfautly p4m4p1j' it, wppaErthspeecb ?? 4.J th nom'nes7rom. ,preaent :. $ )linked< ia wipi.the tioteitt Cs4.W I .Wh1in1A.;, ,,. J1 $J ,,.
Vitb jbini, >nce that time MJ-that be.vseents .apearenccs.1ej ) T. ', "Iaietu4 lady.Che.rtes .
iIi eitire hutwe baeJt assailants of ,
? theCoroproniseineasiireei.f
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&;tbemito ; arebnly !! nbaotiogjt 2L : Dr. llrn' : ,

fiiabjtjbat bpGierali; stiU fresh ttod, c- ktrntiblitorve. .. ptkn ih*;Compromlser dt- (7,1OZTPi t.e..8un&b NUI.3jSl)4' Wv-p i aaj tohu S S 'Jajoivm.' -" Antrotttt 5- do. ,,.

vei.7OPgtniL' tt $ ; i'.. 4 uLj1 .!! t '. .) t BIt.rzMo;;JinC 1$, f4 : (4y
Jt.Fq$ ',. i
: B plty,4ogn9myii, pleasant rni op n itigI Lttbe s.me .4 .betc.:5)grjngnjij. eventg'. ibi ccn todvcate

I !. address yV' souLtho'tt/ 'tIt7p.J"I pOlitS4a sparkling. butII$1I5JCCt4)lJifl41OQbe $rCiELL'S petition to ike' an unyielding 1hat-4tbp.wan} of 'ourchbi: en. ha {? #J? :'!Mt .J| iilui thoe AOKtt t

Giefp1At8e>ill takVrn'o'rtep1lackwVr1J '' beenected! La4Pgs ; hrndtheeforeweyjeld
cijioie4.1itan ; .; ; 4sgw >. A Ikt -a>Honvv.
ft.ilnjt't; > j} H f trrvfrfli ''.t/ 1it kfrlSf5? 55* ** ? TVHi
that whist he :j $ .
he the i 4 .
ays My Dicpfn4iridw4.4aiiy4 jadge mean-jp M J 'lT
} : ?, lsai.1&1; 13J1JMIa0' Ut o-&ft ZWh1ppzei1&st.nr
; 4.auek | i at ppinsVderwbttber P1LItOU,13it I3I' 131: 130 .1M the poinfa :

tbatrpseMgGjtv Heis 40P91.* ) hi* avoVak will itrike the $1e5c*toa .ordo. any.oibn WmTz0, .. J'4 '. A.tnto t1c-uicn4irterof- : regiI1. 4J'32.BrtMiry.Ui Qbappefl, Hsat&2L'uVb.&Is
*;1.--\iJ f fconiidwed
d iain glory.;"/chiratierli/ ; jahe aiigu4 1*? I" '*-- < : ,wr; MS [appomted e1ho' smeprflsem
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.De'Cl6co.mbji4w fl'nr.
1 .1 aver manifrsUrtha": "humor; mouesitrea dpfctedL at any event would &rfc' ] month as. the ,day.for Hgning; tbdjcoatract;; &1.4wt$,HasUngs'BoItOa.'

$ to fcomility, he ceems :not to would josti/j Mr. C,alter what ha tasuoi. we ttiftk 't'ta first'dotf of the %ini..4lmost WOTWMWV WW&I** *V with Mr. Sloo's agent, conferring' the right '4 21.-Sat. Matilda. Caten.M .
to disappear.. We had to construct: a road across Tehuantepee. Zi -Bea Nivis, Minor, J. V. 4



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''WiDirw iY.;JonelS-.0 P.M. : r _.. "I ; ....... .. ,,' '. 1S" 1F cro.R.IwLL"tt1'i : J. .find_.. ."Ia
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'Tbe Itt eJ'',..Aone,.jurt ramTedrotrigarannab EXCTW.- Kelt oVdxtneHnL f InCornneUmn ;v .S)1" ::8 .: .N F-<.o ..B, .;, $ ;. ii. -., _.,-.a.--),.. ',-c )_..con1, ,_._. 'CO. t1t &e --tor.&tt. _r.u.. '

,Savannah date of edaa J. .1 1' .{' ,
iringiB us ; 5Dit ; rIlIE.LI4TienooIt.abteg'is.suBs : wiZ ; .OIa&h: !\ ti' '
ef th Tewa .m nIIeoa.odiaaI .
,Tieadar, bat JlO1IOJrnu.nolleo far by.tbe .* !tt.J&ebfttm"" ft That. Cpa. .ai na. o ST .- ,rt. >a.,.a'a, .IS'-. njas s.: fortk _t.; _. ,. ,
S an free $ 7' "- 'J :. Bo&rde' _
Whig Contention; *&. \more. The news 1fOt'I.HU ...".>.Jt :I1'LT. ,', .r'Ias'.,._ -. &ahJ IiLeht In this pine.,snrsp-tj' .-.--foliowia = baa beus; .: .=et cac -: .,, :
Of 16
ms boorly expected .hen fbe-Ston left J, and 63years,residing or staying within the TT TM tarr'or AX*.! :" : taIta t.w pub13qtoofla $eitItserit&i..;."'I .IH Leer et snivel 4OMWbe neelncl on Idditioa.otsbont."benaj,

Tbe weather was unfavorable for desralebesi corporate, bRa of. the' Town ,if Jacksonville ,JjEe invites t.h'Atteation:; ) h Pb ;. friendship Is will M aid his e constant; of hi-effort to,cultivate.the vszinus : .-.sMdpsztar.'Q'. fr
The 'SannftabJoumal of Tuesday laststakes twenty days after the passage of this Ordinance; ,and the community to his Stock with ys.eians the those Which tend to papUs; and to IDsti1 ti TU day'aut o'dock a: B.froatua'rear r. saMlag 1&u comfortable as any _
principles the Levs the' South
np,the foHovioj JrotniIupa1ches receired :shall have a Gaaidi&D.1M 1I a&witk that'of jyTOaneejhat''the articles win'1Ie found to be DteUeeh..cl V **"the aeart.develop: : .'human, Leave.r&cbonriIJe Ssvu ever, Wednesday,4,_, .,N. Sloe fo orsy coo bItcttd t.ul sad al'ordteC aeeomm.

the Charleston : r j It his Ward shan be book :fresb.'of prime qaality.and at a* low prices as 2wltot! bergfa lbs least Ja ivory Thsnday 10! A.x. n.1Inribw Myj.i.i..g ft' ,
be sectazlvj the
from papers registered a to kept ,they can>w bought ia any market of the Soua f lute will hi ecntd . LearePieoUU Tery.Thursday alx" '.L those- woeld"'.marspoztieularli to
Tbe items are, under date of Jane 20, 8 by the Marshal'.f the Town,'andthe-:Marshal : 81 a mOlt ete4 religious Pf.iaeip1. '. 1tn'ITIUrIaG _. isltig1bSo1tb fee health.and the e- 1'.-

o'clock, P.M., v I shall gtve to each a ;ertiflcate l ef Registry! and ;couatq.n'1 .. orrzu I -1r'hIck'theret4ILyma uperienae of baa reviews aDd em.amIna&IoM Lea,Pa1&tbeftr Friday at ,..7vePICoIatasviryFridsyat ." -'.: efll.funy theft.ape deflgbtM eosa1rt Id,,hi Jiss bad si syd to"- ..+.... ." I
-cgestecl. &he ua..JUd. ,
It is currently reported in well informed 'each'shall pay to the Marshal the sank of ten'doi- C1OW1RTObOOO. ******'OlA Tlqnors 2riIp'I.qiiuwd. Aauera.lti ,t.KDOwJedct.ace -- .Jaekiowrnj .:IG. .:.. aem"JDab aU.. ble&rag. .

circles in Washington,that find not the c oTentlon .t lars and fifty centsof'whfch sttm 'the Marshal ., a4 Wxaoo. ..u-.ery.Fl.caUery.Jewelry. .-, cannot"1od.-w lt ,, Lasve&Y every evsryFridsyat,3 Saturday at, 1 I.N.. fortaWe .chreU eareclf01'. & ,w..-. .... ..,
/ 'A.ss.Thi
GftaUsa4aeeaentl '
: : a.. : are "Th.Tama".
: ;ir .
offeredtwlj't "
when did late Sa Florids
adjourned : they. ( shall receive fifty cents for each his health and ;has beta built .aa4.rUae &q..Aca1:1Ja'. :W.
certificate of
beauty taatiea-4 e.O .
.Tb Lo Will I41th1k, arii r t* tairish, S5Pt'Ifltn4enc ; :- :: -.t ._, ,
baDi -
would herded
Gen. SCOTT hare been 1 --CapL Cozetter and '
turday night,) services the be far to tend their children from ? "'"r
,:and. ; balance ,to, .paid, into' the aclapte4 to&heir..ta and tasaiJf home aid.&Uoa ( .SAMUEL UFFlNGTON
it well known there : r will,be panengen:art'lame- : .
spared
as was that Jta providing for thiFcomfortaad -
Dominated, .Tre&IIU'18o:1 a'eon'tiogeht fond., And,:that all_female ttilfbe glad 0 exhibit sad Ian for CAllroC .' : enjoyment. .- &iIed'1t7' UY boas urerplu inze1ght.n4 u.J.tua. March .Is..J851-6m..', .p QPRl&TO. e. ': "?fo
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were 22 Southern delegates ready logo for free' JstSlP.hat a few days.a first rate SODA / } flllap. fqw other '
and nnlaUoes between TIFrL. be as'bysny u. -
negroes ,: the FOWTA1Nana discipline wO .iijflexaie,tWbT'inad t.ribfIr :'AtOflh1hH1gIflteIflgfl: -"
moment Mr FILUIOKK legah to : win keep a constant of AD'1 infermaj
the 1Ie
supply ens obtained .
him of 16 aid 60 shall in Iik r'p and permanve.< ,' by sp ,
ages The
,- years 1', 1 ( plying to either of tU Cash System- ,
80DA udere.j EtDta..r. Adopted!!
,WATER of
The
lose yotes. .: I course Iutricti021me111du'&I1 tie branchu --- I
the '
to Marshal dollars '
ft. "
meeting bas been held by WXBSTCR and x fifty cents,:of c1. C'ib. ,L very Aert quality' and.fiavor. I of a thorough finished'English Education W.PALDWu.t.ClwJestoa- aUhu.'GR.ocnf'cPKOVISIO.i stu&2 -'
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rzpI ) W.BUKE. -
which sum the Marshal shall : I .. ,, SaTnnah... pt &
FuLMOic men to ascertain whether the i..eltt1 cents for j Jo.H and.preparation'for. for toy Coflege dan., .1 DPLLECHAs& Ja.Qe.cit7ot._ ; -';-
and each certificate i ; '" ; 'J ..' FINNEGAN' .- Jacksoavaiell, : ,: -.
of Mr. WDSTU.witl ,his services;and the balance ;' ) ENGLISH'ST DlE: -- & \ ., .
come over .
tapporirrs two CA.B.PEN. ""'itElD' ''''L." : TTAVING Just received and : .t
to be to the or good opened II1.iag*
Mr. FiiXMoax, and a committee bas.ben paid ;reesurer." ;And, any free negro WA1lTED.--o. I Orthography*Reading;" PeDin&n. ; urorapbr .:,: '"' .. '. ', .&&'aachJeraat&oct of 'GoocI4. .
to ; .F 51- ssleesed wi
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CO will
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or mulatto,male or, female to wages Grammar Ancient "._ ntereace .
appointed to combine the two forces. The refusing ,comply given; *employment for considerable time Geography; and Moil empress to the c1CD1aDd1- W.M&rtu -

attempt however, it is thought in Wasbington with the above Ordinance shall be' Ou4. Jasnred. .Apply this.office.. jane 24' ; .l era History and Declamation; Rhetoric; .Book-Keeping the. ;',Composition f' ,The" steamer. THOKNwlU I place take and pleasure in Informing the eitiwne .t..Wa .
Botany Bible 'VocaJ suredi
that either not exceeding five days,or;be not ., ;- ; ASBIS Leare' Jackwnrnie on"'ery Ceou that ther are now '
failure and General :whipped exceeding '
will Music for
a Drawing ? & reedy saIeat low
prove off.KLe.rl4 ,_ _
State *, Clretut",C.vrt, UarloaA Saturday,morning at'8": mfor' nmatkaJIy : .
Scorr will, be nominated the ConTention thirty-nine stripes at the discretion of Enterprise. OILII I All 1Uamez.&ioD.t 1",
the
eo..IT.. f V: .SCIENTIFIC_COURSE.latenectual. i : tonchingat P"ICOJata. at I pad "P"dlcavi -witk rnalttty ... .
be dissolved without coming to a the Intendent. 1, Litur.oDB.-L. wis;): ..' '. ,; Moral and,Natural .Pi1&t110ftdat. at 8. nu, arrive at,Enterprise whisk'sey&.rs Ia seppUcdiL. '
Philosophy unuecesealy suffice
choice. SEC.2. Be it farther ordained That It-;shan : 't'I ,' g '0 Astronomy Chemiatr.TLocie ; 'at or before Tues4ay,1Gp.10. ;,.Leavesameday thing f to-says tJa 1 havs'ervry..
: ; Geology.,,. 41i (3aT"drygods) desired Ia the
at 1 for Pflatta way t. ;
The friends of Mr. Fillmore bare been not be lawful for any slave or slaves,males, or,females bner'D.'Johnson, I .Bi11fa.CJwaoer.T.' i EM T n-m arriving there.Wedne.ida Farnuysopit.- ," '- B.TvTlT "
FrancisR/Johnson f' ., ; -I T CALfCOURSE.; ; BWWBRagaia touching at Rcolata 2 p. in., ,JscksoavSFla .
active since the themselves Feb.19.IsnUfc '
exceedingly ever adjourn- ,to hire to any person or persons 'William Lastinger; I: andarrrve at JaeksoBvi&a tame day. "WaJU- -- 01 -i

rent to eecnre the Boeeess of their candidate I within the limits__ _,,_of._ h_ '.i4_. Ton. by the day, and'John Johnson' I :- >try Arithmetic; Surveying; Algebra1Geometry Mensuration'Analytical: ; Trigonome Geometry -1IDrer&landed at an7 1IOIDt oa the mer.-. .P "k JaaI, ;''10 .'
n 'Fur
and are now perfectly confident thattheir week month or year under Vjwnalty,of thirty- "HT appeirjag to,'the'satisfaction of the'Conrt, ; Differential and Integral Calculus. 'P'S.-Tbe passage or frefCit apply on.> PCIam3rLobstOr3 It ;,

ranks will swelled ia the -morningby nine stripes for each and every offence. -- A.by affidavit in;this ease filed, that the above- e"' LASSlCALZcOURSE.1tln : .' ,' .at Jacksonville days that will the'TI3OR.be is inomplo3ed nnHE JIl .Boeto suhtcribeiwon hucl.ja&nceinc1 ha .
for .
the accession of Mr..Webster's support- 3. And be It farther ordained. That named defendant, Viffiam.Lastinger, reaides bfrfypadfiM towing vessels to-sea irf appropiated" siupp1y the O'lM&aaed.1an- ,.
c. any limits of the State of Florida to wit in ; Greek;German; French.A .> or the-.river. .,' or 'for. Ties,In Css pat .p forkeeping. They an per- ,

ers. person or, persons who,shall hire any"slave ,or the State of Ge&Therefore on motion of M. 1 eo. of-Lectures wiHi befdeEvered during -01rinCrafts.Jhoa1dan'der'- ', .- ; :. -i rect1.lresh.au4 Will costinas fey a long lime la

AH the leading members of the severaldelepations slaves without a specific:written permit from,his,. Whit Smith.;Esq:Solicitor for the Complainant. the year upon Philosophy and Chemistry..)The 'Yeb.'l91.EWBACKL1NE .. a Try"lIt&&tot prmev.tie beia 'bsrmeIleally'nalsJ,,' .
bare been in Washington all her It'is ordered that the said .Defendant, WiUiwn School will be furnished with a new set of apparatus I .? \ Tbtjr are *exeeUeatanwie for famiry.%e-
flay in close consultation with their respec- .or theirownerorgn&rdi&ash&IIbeAad. not LejAinger, do appear and answer the said.Bill of ,and win afford ample opportunities for becoming 1 Mia fine relish for a regular meal or rot Wbeon.- "

live cand .tes, and, however the contest 1 1may exceeding twenty dollars or imprisoned;not less Complaint;according to,law, or.the same will.be acquainted with Science and the practical E pmAlligator;to: Ocala, .Florida. They applied an oneeasoned, so that.veasoninr eta bo <
than five each at the taken at cmfased of its laws. ,: H according to taste. For sals. a.SO eau '
end it is evident that each has daya/or offence discretion against him., operation : The subscriber takes this method percsnby: '
party of the Intendent. And it is lurtbe rdere4.that loopy of this or- The Academic"'year wfll be divided into four at informing the publie that be has : So SuTYLERj >*t
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and IBi BBMHiM N MaM* Monroe between Pine and Laura *
been zealous energetic. dcl be published in some eleven weeks each. .Students st*
quarters :
andpublished M'ul
newspaper printed may enter K "u MM' operatioD,1Ipoa this route com may27-3t. _' '
friends of Gen.Scott hare left no stone Sec.4 Be it farther ordained That any owner in said Circuit the of JaeksonrHSe .
The once a week for four after commencement any quarter; and fortable and safe two-horse HACKS,which ran' ;
untamed to prevent a coalition between the guardian,administrator,administratrix executoror months., THOMAS DOVGLA,
fillmore and Webster forces, and they executrix, who shaH permit their slave or slavesto lodge" &. Ito. TEIIMS Stages from'Alligator li.WDanITille&lJd to MONTHS. after date'l win preseatmy
Jane 22.A. D. 1852. jnne24' Ocala:. byj*icanopy.twice a week leaving JUH- accounts and vouchers to the lisa, Coon ef
bare at Board and Tuition'including "and
openly avow that their labors not go large hiring their own time as aforesaid, ,lights Jfael, Probate of Hamilton -
gator on Mondays and Thursdays, the arrival county,sac ask to be dis- '
Kern in rain, but in reality they. are well within the limits of said town, shaH be,punished ,NEW GOODS.: German washing or r per reach Session extra of five. ,months. f 120 600 00 of the Eastern Stages and'run upon through to charged from the adminIstration of tha estate _of '" ,+

aware that their efforts bare been futile, and in the manner prescribed In"section S.' \ Music (including use of Piano) .- 15 00 Ocala so as to connect the Stages from Palatka to Sn.\. Lowe,,late ot Hamilton county,d.csu.ed. *

that Mr.Fillmore must hare tbe nomination. SEC. 6. Be it farther ordained,thai it'shaH ;G. W, BARTONftpBaystreet Fancy Drawing '. e'6 00 Tampa lie Bay,on Tuesday and Friday nights. "- 'JOHN 'LOWE .
further v.
: would ,assure who ,
A few hours however, will now determinethe not be lawful for any slave or slaves to live in any tout Doors below Mr JoiepaFInnegan's Painting'' Oil'M Water C ,lors -' I2o0 9 00 take' his line at Alligator or passengers OcaU that if they may -" *" -Admiufetrstor..

matter. boQding within the limits' the Town unless : ," Including-; Instructions fa Perspective.T- from- Na desire to proceed on to Black Creek,they shall '. By M7WHIT SMITH'

The delegates tenaciously hang on to their said building be under the enclosure.of 'his her JUST RECEIVED, per Steamers from- ture' .' "" -. be accommodated with comfortable conveyance -- BisAttorasi,

favorites' up to the 44th ballot when there or their owner guardian or some other white, HAS, North,a new and splendid assortmentof (Payable quarterly--' ,fa advance.) at through reasonable to that rates point.of fare,,as if the linw continued-, ,Alligator';,-F.1t 281m., mar"I24rn. c'_,'..., i
towards Crittenden.Tbe Fancy and Staple Spring and Summer .
appears to be a leaning person who shall be responsible for their goodconduct BUY Lion BAT sxtmxKTs., Every attention within Jus power, as to the TSotlce.. .4 :
result of the 46th ballot was-Webster under penalty of a fine DOt' GOODS i English: Studies and Mathematics $10 00 comfort of passengers and the safety rf baggage SIX months after daul wifl present,my ao%
31 Scott 134, Fillmore 127. Our cotempo- exceeding HOSIERY. GLOVES! It SMALL WARES i Including the S-aentifio Coarse 12 00 ,will be rendered and he most respectfullyioIioiteashareoftb.pub1iepstonage. .as Administrator he Estate of.. .,._
dated twenty dollars or five days imprisonment, at the with an assortment of Dress'Goods, ,'&;&e.L' Latin and Greek,,'. '- 1500 -. Johnson deceased to the Hon.Judge ef Probate ,
Sunday '
night
pries publish a despatch. discretion of the .Intendent, for each.and every -ALSOJEWELRY -" "' : (Payable qnarteriyfa advance.) CHARLES F. FITCHETT. for Columbia county and ask-for*final:settlement '

to the effect that the friends of Fillmore offence. lOE8.GENTLEMEN'S' -.A liberal deduction will be made for pupUa tin NewnansviOe,April, 1852. 15 1m.E.LHAB.BIS01L&CO.. and allowance of the same,and of my discharge .. _
are sanguine to-day, in anticipation of the PARIS-MADE BOOTS.' the Primary studies. "Address ,. ,from. the admiaUtrUion of said Estate. 'i'-" ,
accession of tbe Webster forces. This morn- SEC. 6. Be it farther ordained That.it shan -i H :N.F.BROWN. 1 GREENJOHNSON.APIgator .. .j

all the leading members of the delegations not be lawful for any slave ,or slaves or free An Assortment of Gentlemen's Readymade Befcrences.' -- '. ''Administrator
ing, CLOTHING. x ,ON'.BA? STREET. FRONTING'LED- ,JanJB,1S52. 6m. '
,
were in Washington, consulting with' negro or mulattoes to keep a boarding,'eating, June'10 "'2m Hon. WILLAKD HALL,Rev.:S. R. WTICEOOP, WITH'S BRICK BUILDING. ii : "
the candidates. The friends of Scott are or sleeping bouse within the limits of said town. _" Rev., Coiiar CHAHBEBS Capt-' H. B. NOSESWilmington.DeL Noticei _

bard to prevent a coalitio ; they under the penalty of a fine of twenty dollars 'James W.'.Bryant Dr. MnXEaBrandywine Village JACKSONVILLE- ', FLORIDA. ALL PERSONS haviagaay demands against !
working or Del.j RC1'..T. BUIIFO&Pl Dover, Del.Rev. 'CO i- estate of RolandlRoberts late of Columbia .
profess to be sanguine, but are not sincere." imprisonment not exceeding five days or may be ATTORNEY AHB Corascixoa-AT-Liw, J.E-,RockweU. Brooklyn !. Y.; i:1On..t.Ou mIlE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform county,deceased are hereby requested to- y,"'

whipped for such violation not exceeding thirty- WiU (except when business may:require his ab- PHAJIT Dr.A. E.-Brro,Medford, N. J. Ttark- JL,' their friends and acquaintances,that they present them duly aathentieated within.tbe time )
< By Telegraph to Ule Savannah Republican..] seneairom the State) attend to Profelionalap- ers-THEO. RYAn,'Rev..THOS/ CAN. Rev. Z. have established themselves fa the.mercantile prescribed bylaw, or they will be barred and aH ''
nine the
,1 Balloting stripes at discretion, the"Intendent' '- pointments fa the Courts of the Eastern Circuit A. MAHSFIELD WilminotonDeL; L. .mows, business in this place and are now receiving and persons indebted,to said estate are requested to*
t Continued.SATTRBAT.. for each atd every offence. of Florida, and fa 'the Federal Court for the Andover Mass. 'ov 21,'51-1I.. opening at the stand above named'a'full assortment make immediate payment the mdenined.j :- ,
1 Fffbnort. Scott. Wtbtttr. SEC 7. Be it farther ordained,'That all laws or Northern District of Florida. consisting of Dry G< Fancy Articles A.J.T..WRIGHT_ .
Jacksonville Female Institute. Groceries,Hardware,Boots Shoes' Hats, Caps, .:Sheriff x off.administrator
.yeiitbbiflOt, 133 131 23 parts of laws repugnant to the provisions of this BE WTLI.ALSO ACT AS AOETT Bonnets ..fee. &c. with
; ofroodsusually
Eigbth". "I I33 28 Ordinance be and the same is hereby repealed.HENRFD. for general Business in the State, respecting THIS ISSTWUTlOIf, taring been In snc-' kept In a Dry,Goods everyvariety Store. "' Which ,Tax Collector's Sale? *
Ninth "I 133 29 grants and donations of lands and the locationor operation>for more than two'yean, offer' for sale be B Y VIRTUE of-the power nttedin._ by '.
they as cheap as they can
Tenth 13 135 23 HOLItAND.- selling thereof.' will hereafter be under the joint control of establishment fa the Southern Law I shall jupoee for isis before the Court '..
131 132:3 purchased any House door in _
"Intendent. .the town of
Eleventh Jj' ALSO AS AGENT MISS P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW. country; their entire stock having been selected Palaks.connty"d ;
From the twelfth to the fifteenth ballot Attest: Wrti.br BionCHAxn for the collection of Claims upon' the United .Mn. MARLOW has lately been connected with I by one of the firm with much care and attention Putnam;on the first Monday September,: ". .
of rote. On the 16th "' States for Military or other services pensions and with view particularly to this market' between the legal hours of sate, tha following cIo- ,
there was no change 'Clerk of CounciL *. ; ene of the most popular Aeademie at Greenrille I a ,they scribed '.'
ballot Fillmore received 129, Scott 135, and .MI', jnpplks famished,.volunteers and for horses _orother S. C, and brings with her the highest testimonials ; flatter themselves that they ,wfll be enabled to the State property or so mock thereof will pay "
and oounty.Taxea doe thereon fee the-
lost for which the United States entire satisfaction to'all who may favor kid1851to
Seventeenth ballot-Fillmore property of' her character and success as a Teacher.: I give them -of
Webster 28. AN ORDINANCE to prevent the Importation .liable. -- She abo refers to Col. B.'M. PCAESOV and Mr. i with their patronage,'both as to the prices. and .wih 16,000 and acres more ,er.less :of q
131 Scott 132, Webster 29. Eighteenth BmliteMT. TST. B.i11, also ,! beiDl'fa Seetion.88," --..
JaFerelp
'.. D. BiTEiiHAX of this place. qualityoftbeirgoods. '
ballot same as seventeenth, except that New ana Spread of JCmiagiout'aud Infection attend to the collection of Claims and other Professional =Miss-SWA T tenders her thanks to her friends The Subscribers will( constantly-reeeiv- Township Township ,.S S..,aad ef Range 2a,E.S H Section Sectiost SI,of' '

Hampshire gate one role to Crittenden. Diseases.Beit Business in England and on the Continent and the public'generally for the liberal patronage i jug such additions to their Stock as the state of 38 of Township,10.&Range,and Range 25. ,and 2% aa4 :

of Europe. already reeeiredV.*"d ,respectfully informs them this market may' require, and bavin* made arrangements Section S3, of S and EaagTSs
P- M.Up Township
2, ordained by the Intendent mad Councilmen ft>During his absence,JOH W. PUCE Esq., that,- by'the recently formed association with i in New York orders can be supplied said Land being returned the. of R.14Jt..
to the 30th ballot there was no change. of the Town of Jacksonville,'That it shall will act fa bu stead in Florida' I .'v ,r Mn.'Marlow,which goes into r:operation on the ,at the shortest possible notice. -. bedMHarybyGPaithao.t as property .. -ii''
The ConTention, at 2 minutes of 2 o'clock, :AddressJacksonville.East. lat of March an additional number of pupils can Hides Tallow,Beeswax and BuckBornt,will .R.T., BOYD "
notbe lawful for"any Captain Mate,Pilot,or be received fa for _, i ,<
took a rrceMof two boars. received into the institution,to whom a faithful exchange goods. : :Tar Assr It CoIIV PuMaBi eonatr,'--.
On the 44th ballot, Webster got.28, Fill- other person having charge of any vessel or boat, Administrator's r'. Sale.' and conscientious discharge 'of duty will be .Friends and customers are respectfully solicited, PalatkaFeb.l9,185Z-tds..*"'. 1. / -
both the teachen. to can and examine this stock beforepmehannr -
to ic his. her their vessel boator cheerfully given by
bring or or : Sale. .
more 126, Scott 134, Crittenden 4. {JO rbangtvof is.7.f Mrs. MARLOW win devote particular attention elsewhere. ,( .E.I*HARRISON, State or Florida'Cetoatw Daral.. .:.'
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Three delegates from Iowa and one from cause to be brought.or conveyed to the Town of 0-N Wednesday the 23th of August:there winbe to the French Department., well ante the usual. .* J.P.SANDERSON.September ..-., Sarah A.Falanai ' ", '

California voted for Crittenden. Jacksonville,.any personor,persons',having any offered for sale on the plantation of JOHN English studies. t, 1.1851 ':" .", U': ;:\ -'rs_' "g.>< '

contagions or infectious diseases to wit Cholera H. MCINTOSH.late. of Thirst county deceased 7'tmt ier' tr tliM web. .J, Talana. > .
Fillmore of ,
46th Ballot.-Webster 31, 127, between 300 and 400:bead' of stock and other i : Dissolution_ ''.Co-Partnerslilp.,. l'BJLt FOR'DIVORCE. < *

Scott 134. At ten minutes past 8 Saturday Yellow Fever, or Small Pox;'under penalty of a cattle; a number of sheep. horses ,and hogs ; ; Orthography reading writing- and .. Co-partnership heretofore existing be ?appearing to the Court by affidavit that -,. ,

sight the Convention adjourned to ten fine of twenty dollars, or five"days imprisonment, waggons, timber, and other carts; a quantity arithmetic ,.:,.'- w.-_ $4 00 THE en-R. Boulter,P,Moody,and H.:"W, E h .defendant to the above-stated *"eI .

o'clock Monday morning. This was the for each and every person'BO brought and for each Plantation cash household furniture,to. ''Also Grammar, geography, history, .600. Clarke,under the style of R. BODLTEK. .fc CO.. I,Bill,reauies beyond the jurisdiction of this Court ,."' .
I a very valuable Cbickering piano;._ : The higher branches of the English is this day dissolved by.mutual consent,_by the and oat of the State oC.11oricla but within the .- -
.
last ballot the others vary but little-not' and every day each person so affected may remainwithin : S Also a very valuable Steam Saw MQ1 in com education :.'_ -"\ 6 00'Extratharrea' withdrawal oUL'E.W.dark' / :' __ United States.IT is oaoESXD that publication } 4 .

worth telegraphing. tbe limits'of the Town, Nor shall_it be i plete order and ready for operation-with,,the for instruction"' In the French The .business will hereafter be conducted bemadeinsomeureepuperoome.wsekfnrth. 0 t.

BALTIMORE:, Sunday raonTg. lawful for any person'having any such contagiousor I site-containing about 100,acres.,of land,. and language and drawing. :: Messrs. Boulter and Moody,under the name by'I I:space of Three,Moathi,requirinr,said defendant ""'f
houses and buildiags situated thereon and con The musical department of this Institution, is R. BOULTER CO. toor .Bin of Com :
; style cf to appear plead answer said : .
infections diseases to into the limits of! .
sent to Mr. Webster last come under the of Mn. BETAS, an accomplished '
A despatch was nected with the Mill The Mill is 85 horse power, charge -- R. BOt plaint,"on Monday;the second day'August at "
night by bis friends, to know'what they the Town under the like penalty., J works two gangs of upright saws,and one circular performer on the Harp Piano Forte and Gnitar.vPnpik ,+ P. MOODY. ,*' suing the dat hereof,or the said BiD will betaken A :

Ihould do. His answer was,'" I have nothing SEC..2. Be it farther ordained by the authority : saw.called, an Edger; bas attached .a.fine : from the"-country can':.be accommodated ,'H.:, ..CLARKE pro comfato.'against him and such farther .
wharf railway and.a car to lumber to with board,in respectable 'families from .. order in the to the Court :
,-vessel a convey. j given premises as may
to A_similar despatch was sent aforesaid That hereafter whenever any month, Persons claims against the above firm, f.
12 415
say. the same.I ., > I f to per v fJJ. i:V ; I having eem meet. : *' -r:{
to Fillmore, and was answered thus; Go or boat arrives in:the vicinity of'the Town:fo There is at the'wharf -a sufficient' depth of water Feb:-.a <% are requested to present them for settlement and 1.I THOMAS:DOUGLAS, .,* .' .

for Wbsler by all means and thus save the Jacksonville, whether "bejow 'or 'above the for vessels to load. ,., 'Public. those indebted. "threto are notified make settle. v Jadgs-&e.1s;': .' --.".r
:
Whig party." Town, having'any"sick:'non_ or persons onboard Terms of sale are'cuJai and nothing will be received ForJSalc.j .. .Priratejor:, i ment." : STATE or.FU>UDA',>C ,'l. ,
: : in payment bat.gold. silver, acd.bOls;of,. all The subscriber baring entered into aHJpositit't May;.' 1m:! Vmay6f County of DuvaL; S. ": i :. .."
PUTFORK.-'Mr. Botts ,and ,aSicted with any contagions 'or infections banks of the city of. Savannah and Charleston. engagement to locate in anotherSCZ 1, ISAOOKK V. GAKXTX, Clerk lef Circuit :1
!
THE Wino disease, or who is supposed to be or maybe thai ,. ,:4 B. A*.PUTNAM. 1- &ute,offers for sale at reduced prices,'about 400 ::Paper HanjlnsNo44 p "; Court of the Eastern Circuit of Florida'for'Davaleoupty
others addressed the Convention in support ; s'b' 0. JACOB WALDBURG MoCoy's : ,do hereby certify that the above Order is ''
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afflicted, such:vessel'or boat stop without Acres of,LAND in this vicinity,lyingon : Courtland-ftTeett'New-YpTtj opposite
of the report of the committee. In thecourseof signal Administrators with the will annexed. Creek and extending on both aides of the TlhI TcA ':., a true and correct.copy of. tie original now on meD
the limits of.incorporation, and hoist a ,.
jLi
his remarks Mr. Botts read a- private J'unelltb,1852.l74I6tkAug__ :: Alligator road one mile and two miles on theXiug'a my office. ._ _, ,
Gen. Scott to the Hon. Wen. S. for a physician, whereupon\it shaH be the duty ; road J its eastern boundary being within rVtHE Croton MauafacturiBg'Conipany{organJL WmnsswHREor,4 have Wrevato sat my*.. '.':
from
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letter Circuit, Coeurt;State of'lI'lor1da Soatfeern. : bed under the General,Afanufaetarinf Law hand aDd affixed the Seal of said Court'this 19th 4
Health Officer of the JD."kec-1IODIe-The
$e of Port Physician._or. hana mile of the bnQdings ,
Aicata, of Va, dated Tuesday .last,. in _-_ .I- 9rewit, ,,flOnrOOVOUnIy, .: it new bat mostly in .-unfinished state ofthe State of New-York) offers at wholesale inquanhItbU0 day of.Ap; .'A.D. U5Z. *. r apL23. .
which be says that be will write no letter Town to visit such vessel or boat as soonus practicable Sophia'Camack on and.cost'abw&tJ'OOa.are ; There are also on it a suit purchasers at MAJrcrAcmxxs* -, .. ._, ," 0'"
after such signal and make due examina Bfll for Divorce. MUCKS, for cash or approved credit, 'P tusett's2ndn'LxntW'AL: ,
unless nominated, and that be will not rs. > fa Chancery. rariety-of young fruit trees?iL plumbs peaches, LOWEST J '""ite
nuke a bid for the nomination, but that if tion','inquiry,"and investigation as to the sickness. JohnrCamackV'> apples,wliite .1h\l.'qumc (choice varieties,) '-PapetHuJ every. 'variety- of style .and .. >,- .C.C .t .
I.t
made to that the .Also price., A TestlMMmtal'froas &nenIli"ysIcsai.:
satisfactory c.
IT ,
being ', grapes
appear figs, seapperneng
nominated he 'will express his views as onboard;.and if on flCkWinifltlOi there_appears said bill has been filed in the-Clerk's office of twoTaluaWe mineral springs.. ..- ". "- .Borders to match _*. .. <. '. .. ,.The following certificate of the efficacious qoal-, .''.'

folly on the,'slavery questions as be expressed I to be, nothing contagions or;infectious in said county,and by due proof that the said defendant ',He will ftlfa'dbpose ;of his growing erop them to Mr. Archer in a recent con- I the disease, and no probable danger to be apprehended ,John Camack resides beyond the limit; 'in.part"ot fifteeB acres of com.,four of TrVind01f Shades. .._ in,Columbia. eountyr,-- ,-*- "-''V ,4

rersation. Bat what these 'riewf'arey it I from contactor the approach 'said,vessel of the State"of Florida: "Ittis ,hereby.ordered, oats. three.of ivieS' ,otatoes, fifteen hundred OH Painted Window Shades., ,PxzGmovi,Columbia eo 4 ..,
defendant do and -well;stocked with Wide Window Curtaia Papers,and .4 .
that said appear; plead answer mellon hills.<(flourishing and '- E,t F.brur129tb. J SS.li'zt1'i :
was not stated. er boat,or fronfthe persons-.and things en or demur to said bill on or before the first Moo- young lemonsthree :hundred'-bills.ot' pnmpkios Windowrbde Fixtures ; .n', -DEAmSrai4 take the first opportunity .-- .

The Platform {which we bare given ;in board the same, such vessel. or boat, may then proceed day in.November next, in .default of which the. .and mammoth'squahu.and,...'acre.IB Ofthe latest-styles and superior finish all nf their presented I saw you to write-yoa as i prooo ,0 _
substance) was then adopted, by a vote of to tbe Ton "" i" said bin will be taken as confessed against l m. prelea' vegetables;,among them' one thousand own mauifascture and mpertMioni-As their stock laid to do, In reference:to'Ou Ia4ian Luecu.a& '
? .Provided that this order snail be published fasome plants, (some'or..thenrbeaclmtAoel1.) is large and.entirely new, they invite.Merchant Be1ow'1.nd7oumycertlflcatst.: *. -
-ayeI2nTtoes66.; .: 'si .3. Be it(farther ordained by the authority newspaper printed in.the State-of.Florida, cabbage peas beans beets;carrots parsley,lettoceyeele-1 Book ner.and: dealer ia these,:articles to can .-i' 'PIn G1tovz.Columbia ce.,'l

aforesaid,.That the,Fort Physician'or Health offlow once a' week for..the'term"of four months before rj cucumbers Umipe.'onoonsT leeks eschalota, and examine ihek stylos and" prices', whenever, "they' ,9 ;. ,. EV4Fbmr7J8'. ,"
LATEST. 'f. 'visiting such vessel or t.- be required the aa.id firrt Monday of November next. .j &&&e.-; .. 'IV.i.d.. iI ". : -- ft.} 1 riait the city I ? ?. ca' examine- this..stock- from Mr Egbert Pom.etI. ",. -% ': ""f .-;: .. ..
under hand and seal at Chambers in Brick Yard wtth.ow Given my KAko,a DearjSiri 1 have ud threebottieaofnutJadma : .. :
TZnAy1oIiTO1:2' past 11. to make dne report ttbe Intendent 1' of such"visit the city of.Key West.in .said.county, this;24th moulding machines two tiroa'mnd-milu, chain 6;o'clock: fa the' motJi'till"10 o'clock*-theYoVkvMarcb"1,1852. ,Lexeenst all
-. \' and exainatonsn4wbere. tbere1sreuonto, ': : day ot May A.D. 1852.JOS. pamp.b Hd frsirflfteeathonsand'to4went1 eT : ., AS.. of the boL&Ja'.d faa eae.of Chroaio Dysyntery .e-..

By Steamer Florida from Savaunab. apprehend c ,, unheard ._ Judge SouthefflfrCircuit,.State Florida.Atmeoupy tools and utensils, ft'few kitchen i and household Tallow .Grease ) ;OMo trust**'of the reeUua.:which had baSed all ether' '.;:
boat the persons and thing Oil and ,
or ,or :. WjLraeHo ,,- -.. articles stock Jee. .,'ke. >?*;*., ,f.P1.,' ) remedies.that ba&beetriedndthus.w.a ".". .
: such vessel or boat,wiOi! _'persoW and'thingion I -- ;- 'J.. ,M."BtACEWELti. ,. On:Monday;the,12tk of July"xt,:what_remains -, ,J"1tI1aeralPalnt300'ba.rrele : :_ not a few.)'f..Tbaretull*a final ewrwith oat-" ,.. 4 .

; Ttlegrepi to tie-Savannah Morning Naa., board the same may be required by the Inten ''J"_a<,1'Io'L'"" .,__._"_P_ .',".'_._; M,C" .C1erk.M. ',", 0", unsold-of the ftbor*propermU.oner-! Machinery.* -_ ,*',.Ofl* .,.price*$75&t'4-cents. bottle.' Yon tadiarf Loxecosfc thsrmost positive '_ .
for atPUBUC tSALEvaaoWnstrt i & 5* T and certain cure for DysenUry and DUrrfioaof -
dent to perform; *'quarantine. such time and diTMed\into Wa to nU Puhue -:m-gallons same,'75 cents. ,'fa saek.d ra- that I bare Wrncd tie
GEN;'SCOTT:nominated; uder other .requirement' "and -regulations /N tt:., ,The lands will :_.: -tiousiiiea/ ".' .t.i..1 any remedy s.yet "set
men ttrnu aeeou > -
Titles unquestionable Bespeetfallyrywrntfcsr r :
e '.
WfiL :&;GRAHAM: for Vice Prerf not mentioned;a-:1U1 be deemed advisable ., SIX MONTHS aftepicl&1e'ttwill'present'my aodatiW t J ,'-te;- .* }& .'? 't-+-4': ,' 200 barrelI"hoilecll'aiDt' Oil 55 eta per gaL i. -i.V t.t IJ it, ,P.\\. &OVMi.Unodiately.- > .,,:: .
& and vouchers as Administrator of JJAUUoVftwl 1,000 gallonsdo..,:-" >>do .do do. t .. .
absence of,tte subecriber.'E. B.mar11 :
Ia the .
tsident.ai.vtxoaa of the flown'Indp1in4jth .
i and necessary for the' safety the estate of CALVIN''READ deceased to the r will be authorized to.4 lot blm.l'c .w '' ;in casks of various sises., .r .* I '- *"*-r':; '-.b.'w. aB '"

; ,J.,l3L1b1* :.which regulations,and.requirements.SDalll>e o eoin-'. Mom"Judge 'ol Prob&6fDaT..a'Cobtytt'or ,.DON.Jaq..' ''tt 1 "' '.4,: rJOSJots KEiL'4 i :-v' "830.barrels Tanners'Oil,various kinds and I '.' ; ,.., .'..i 4., i '

Tbe' Conrentkjo re-assemMea ODJ.t Ddr : b.1"thoie. ".,MW4. ,'.. (.. r* final settlement of--,said" -_.;estate"'j and also" apply,for '. yAcxsouyiLLg- ru..Ma12O; 18& ..tui1-"f i '. ..:qaal iaeaaks f'romZUo'of)various ea&a pL,'a-'1 1I A.j.U.h..tLD"" **?. : -,.. .
stks
J b.r" -
and I 'JA-iaDOII8t .4.-.1t t" Grnfedionen, :"
tho"perwms I ,-
gards 4t.-l..r-HUu4 '--- Cv'8.'EMERY :f a b 1n1Bel. I rap :. 0
when' the balloting was resumed ,-. riolllkiDda&Del qu1itieffna '
rApming, L' -" >J 4!.! ,6' lM li,.adon'd4 1ka1miA. ; 1..
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coaununieatiag -
board and the "and tAdmrv Estate : .
things OB .visiting '-- of C.Read.. > ra. centS plloa.tf .
Fitlmore and Webster 1* 7 per '" "
eommenudJosinK"OI1 with her and"them,"1U 4 rUe liki penalty iJacksonvine.JttnelT. 1852.J 6m' ,- : : : iThe If Republican"''fttti"Ge6rgiSavftn; .rfl3.tcns> tallow grease,for heavy besrinndeo&tse ;*. v Toilet end Fanc At lcsJj: .
the th ballot tbe second ballot ".Charleston-:C.;ftr
4 : being ater :
'Notice..A JI'GaX w* Uoaner, .machinery barteJa.or 'p ; ,_ ;
for the breach of 'the other provision:of:this and { ,
Insertions
CocrenlJon. as 10-5iv the ftbore. tkn ,
there-sembinof reauested L 1Ua.o .OuBan4nclJreeiM"r: '
ttne 4'.iJtaab: ( q e4. + tt
; :
U1
> the '
claims .
Scott contiiioed until the 534 ballot ordIp.'t.. ..ir't LL persons having against = forward'tteir ftcconnts'** or before. the day ofale. -Pric. 6- u..n..' _, the we of Druggists, Apothecaries.'Perfumers.Qonteetieaers.g .
:
pin '4. A JL. oTJOHNH.'ICINTOSHI lute, t' the adrertiser for payment. ,< f-6 ; '''.. .
,to Fateat Jftedk Btyfaoteft
when.b&.wa:nomiaated., The, rote' *.Edited TaadDeatert byHOKACC .' ".1
last ballot' tood for, ysiaakpr Health Offieer otherwise,are hereby notified,to exhibit them fa : Tu CopperautESheetk"fl4 \ t Io"prW. a-'f.;
.., That.tbe Pcrtl. '-, -4.Mzckiuo v OIl."warrultll not jO et-*,the EVTIETT Graduate and Member of the .
authenticated the oath of the claim- : VOnKE 1t..rt .
+ by ) ;
\, 5COTT: e, ., 19, ,visiUng such vessel'or-boatand;T"y) *" ;sash 4, to the:Sh cribers, within 4wOv years.,from "ti! ;.-"The'".nndewgnedUpiTpared f to perform J coldest wea4erand eonsUertdby those using. Jt,. College 6t
. Puutoa,-. .- . ill.WOSTXX .,. isaUon, shaH be paid by the eaptala or per- date or they will be barred rby law; :and persons :an kinds Tin7Goppe and.Sheet Iron equal"sBoiled to Slut 0.i* ffiBw4Afe t..On., t}&".:.r #other<& Also-for na..hn&ecI makfag goed 8.spasce..intperpeund edpe of.Proftsser WO-, '4 '"

T- : f '. ,21 tea having charge of such vessel or boat'ien'dollars indebted,to said estate ax*requested, make immediate 1M. 1 W ,-suck as the_manufacture of light1Celiury nforwhlte-tiri GO,.equal-, .', Jard.that wOLwash better and quicker,without lator, ':

The;Southern\.'States; all stood 'firm;forFillmorVto 1 1 for the.flirt,.and' if dnritaeashsabu. <" .w',B. ...,';PUTNAM" ,. Utensils tor making} ouaeiTiItoq1.and repairing *-I am constantly reeeivine.large supplies of tha than aay other Scan ever .nr illnri1.fiTTits ?;!.=*. -.

;>be, last; JD".the MsL ballot i ua < w *. ,JACOB WALDBURG- kinds'.work I above named articles and my motto is,; Small: aloMBury wQthaytlines1bev1ce or"II '*
visit. ,,J' ., lag Tin sad Zinc cona, and all ''. ,,:, ;. family .EaaI wlot toM, *"
Virginia gare ft.rotes IorPiulaots and 8 for"I .SEC.ft. Be further ordafaed. by,.the, authority I janl7-2m : :' ,t'.. A-AclJIueiB&rat.q../J); ..MertainiBg to bit line of bastoess,.wWck will be I' profits aadqokkwlams., n.TW. >wltrt UaXtsdSale$sad V.UAI'1' Ja,. He.c .' :
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:: Scott, and one blank; l' That each aDd ) 'violatingairyor.tlut I _, .. .executed with promptnesMad destchi'Ordert &? '56 Water t.i .(under the tear at EoneeJ s 3"'U zIt ;t .Wi.LAlfDO '
aforesaid. every person : :
-. ,"t.Nitic .., '.. I for articles'er' services.for thewflepromptIittended I, Nasaan.strtet.N.T.Me .
:- After the result of the balloting waVin.Bounced provJaioas of this Ordinance, ahaH be ''' < ".F_" .J ft rlTiJ ; tJ.Jsa, & y. ;KewJark.f48'i _'M. 100 -
to. '
A: LL-penons.are hereby forewarned > 50" Vest-Omen Stamps eaclatat .
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afl'AUbama debate mored ?
; : ; .:aftoaaimons subject to a;fine mash mad verfease,7and: jt5L.tradiBg.for'a.wrtaln Promissory Note of t&. .tJa .:. J'.f.t.HOG4R.11I: retia.r.oo faaJ.are..o. latheS** *9.w3l pay for.copy,wUcKwmbe .:-z ,:,
obnunatioo.' each aad Ufraciton: not' Ixeee4t'17&fl&rr1nt Hand made,ky the Badersigned the tenth er .1t-.,"8.tt- y4t.JasbzQvU1L. seat 6ee tGU7 part the/United Sutaa .
t: Loaiaiana delegates.declued onanuBOOsly every f.elvdaysfor e. cactand eleventh day of Jday"USW..Moses Barber,sr, .ttfJallW W: .- .n'rnE "": "" Stationers,Booksellers,, Newspaper At nts&a-.,"' '..:'"
for the nominee,: j: 'To' or beater,tot the sum of One Hundred sad Twen- ,::3 3 !; ENEbbtNtbl$ eqadoslng a'cash aiUdct.1BUI receiv the work .

J A letter from Gen.'Scott<.receired' ,'a every etence.end for each:and every repetition "., Dollars,payabW on the vfirst day of,October VOri tttofMay,a,e rama* named : been established many years'aad bat at a large discount off._ 1tiL J6r. "e" jIr -
eonUauaace tir fsit tiM;dijcrttioa.. of:the 13HL tI
or s.bib.
always maintained reputation .
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: tba r .4If..1..0.-I Ity r : '
c'ptiugthe;ftoaunauoa.anil apiroving' Ite&1 fased,'"d IW8I i ot psy'iai4.Now unless com- HNJ A.MutSUlGLUOl .i.fHTeiaol..4eJioioar character l.1eaH..We JIM"i-1q'...f -

platform adopted the ConretfiioKv :' I :' .. "II' +.. ., .. pelted t>7.law;.Aay;one..;trading'-for. said Not* G.-&bots twenty .otsg4arkoom. I _r...I*- 07.and tpt ceavhU baf -ia erery I L t..rwIa.Tr'f. .. ;"' 4maz ,'

The Convenuoa adjocrnedMroei tbree; zc413.11 r t.1aer ora..tne4)f".. .sUltan. ariak for iu jpaymmi.w .- < ,._''e: ._ ,t ..Art..letUoai.&chSraJr.&i'I I Instance;eivea: aatisfaeticn. 'The Teas are warraatod ; IV\'D.UV-' ". ', 1. ','

: fveo'cljck in the afterMoCwb i'JVflfiM -. That an_ laws. ""or, parts.of.1;lawsibw" .,. fa t.m'V'ItI AsfTCHARLES...."_..'I"*':_3 PIT aE7jani. .been ItnaWlY e i. \ M&'frt-4I IRWZ : !i I Icoa&ty.EuP para,sad may returned if they 'asS. :.': & 1ri11. '". :t '1.

I. .A. Grauam.of North Csrohaau: noint. fore eonicting witk ia provMoas of this,Ordi'ordiaaaos"shaU ( ."en.- ---1' ..' ,.ft' i'td_ $. .1 I prove t&U.as they art reresented-*:TJor [ : L .:

Lazed tafjcepReidtat..on. the. secoadlot,4 .Wi aa :1Iii iM P$1uibtr.br&c:7.Bift Owr.-u1&t1I",o ''t MI.t. WH1T.f j-tti CORN.v .w .; ;:)1'.v.,: ,- .qI I J ".".r.RY. 111:1.-1.. I Eat14& *ttjb ty '
<_ "'I =_: iit e .' 'I iTotta1e b,1 $ .ft" enrisn-a.tMt.! :: r.
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merchants. ,
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'. r I. ._, .. bepcbtts&Ai ja 17.adoort ES&OtBeftSObaO a J'iDe% ; ,__" $oIby gains *.etaki O"bavintca*Ii"a ',, :."ft'. 4.r
Cnto. 'kt 1ioriMatMng- Ia the NesZiofbI4 L iag5ovscerIa1a2remIlso57 LeeracUv..aa41 .
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AUCTIONEERINa"TU COMMISSION ,* tkosnCaida1 to all .jftU.
%0 1 xl fromadrurtHe30tli.June,
tj JMERCA1S *"** H" I IV II
:Jcka.nv1UsDl CiuWty, 1LA. V ,1831 ** tJ1T .* tvl .
*T4cRojEqr41 GoTttnoffOrHOMAS'' V V _____ __
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.. ..5 -' s. .:: .: __ t 4.If nnHESTJBSCKIBERS ff : *j ,,<>-H I i "haoela frito f coJbi '-, Secretary State, CRARLEWDOWING* **.!! anyiiiske&br&mmnifloated'iii b 0 tJAczsaNTIrJz,1Tiup,IS

TIR3.-rt, JDpHari jef>iBum,payable >artaersbipfor,theTptreposecf carrying on AttbrnerOenralsDAVIDvPrln1TR V writing, or by mark
JOHN BEARD.Treasurer,5
.iYr: pbider1ng1he ; .the above business end ftre.JpreparedHU>*nak Comptroller, 'HLYWAttFP or signs sent by mailrthe rates mentioned in the
P&ptr.1 ,: t ** i ;WILLIAM R; blwbsUteShftrgeAi ndfot ereryiaddittuiial -
D oL Paid bsfors tlw xplr$Uonles tales either.otconzIgnmentiorp$auction(oneofthefirm Hegister State LdsDAVID SWktER. V half ounce fraetipn. of an ounce Above the w.s.ind ifeel hapy PIedritts
'Both f theiilrm ort thi

:L t.fths 'eU, izeharod $4.1z art well aenuanted-with being mn auctioneer.the merchants), and V wtice.ns Clerk.!Supreme!L >Cowt.'ROBT."i| TiTffATlVJ SIAw4BD.VVV.l"t'VVft raters elghtoamedicthtstableVan; -:"additions* ** ringU 4 1' _'i-i'--: : _. i---c; uaI v.Mir ) V.,

AaerUseme&wfl1b nSITte&It e toUog ofc the interior, which gives them the.dvantage t44 J'4r1'L':1: mILI r tote' charged 1 f *iac !-B|

.
:' 0 l nirper>iuar . chandU whiehmay Wentte them'.eajoocsigntoent.1 -.m cy'! tnVfirtt,and Seventy-Fiv*Cents fo*every' iubse: 'V ft r. Ht v -TJfeg: ,' Walker Anderson t Chfr Justice Pensaoolaonr -o', V Qj V ) lix ttheexamaatioaaftLcOllectioaoLthe

; entInaert1o. liberaljUsoonnt'wiilJ -Ths*will gtv* thefr attention t&mnkInggOd & :, &_ $ I Aieoo1steJ Apalach'a t4''tt t.1 -: varkma,medicinal;pbtni roots aod,Jierba
II 'U
pg.m
sales. They would respectfully solicit A., impson..l -- j, 4-V. V'.1' 0 chiiaritwere
etnade4.All: transient Advertise and immediate )
4 eoliar sgeiouy hitwith
: topenmaujar! FIorathepropri.tor-o f t
And tradesmen of iriVv CircuztJu4es A t
patronage from merchant- j "r : jWestera .roeDbrrina, for -4boe%
jninU(exceplby persons having a running aoconnl other cities,who wish ta sell jroed*in our market. Hon; GeoS.1 Hawkins tApalaofc.iJ i'r'' u-- -1 2 t his medicinebas acquired a knowledge i a this !m everything that weebt J i

-with the office) must b paid for previous to publiCation. -V -Any bnsinw*in their line will be promptly attended Middle* 'I .'Wayle* Baker I JTalW* '.V VV ()fl V: 5 ," b. jrancb[VJichis ;r reJjbtineabythoM sd swebntqJJ effoes. Afr1eCf.niWer

: .. ;, ,)" *' to. ,. GE6RGE u:. SMITH Southern'Eastern .1 Thomas DouglaiJos. |I3&CkB'VIIe KwWet a_ w..i's'i whose! object alone is,botanical' discovery and miuendedm. tenrtedicia. called. I.,.
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i' B.?Lancaster i. | I JJ4L Q.etlJ
te"rsons distance thelr-remft cV ialctio5I Ipociir.& I
a can govern !
V JOHN Wi PRICE. ,js James M'Lanarnm Sol'rW.Cir., V h to
s taneei for advertlslDg/by the following rate\. V .RxnreswcKS.-- Reed. FernandeBisbee Sathuel 13. Stephens;, Sol'M'Cir4 Qb1nC7- -Wj- JtPiKAr04 taCta.Cta.. Cts< Cts.; ;4 y g&? priiityearto 'iS rfSoboagbt tniy appy ChildreD..boplflg 1-tbot 11 Bottles ofit cured ssbe'Ms lit.j
our
One square (twelve lines) juWishe'd six months & Co.:,R Boulter It Co.,-SamebWillamvA1sop John PE Sandenon'SoI'r E. ., 'acks'vflI6 Weighing 4:o.o'r under,being 4 ; >j : of;comppnnding a botanical remedy om ay oeeom $en.vaUj knewr; thtIJ. i

"TTi-r v -- $1000 & flours Jacksonville Boston & GunbyJ La Ossian B. Hart, Sol'r S. Cir.,- 'K.-West ,-single; rateiVs.i, j x # 1 .H ?' roche.iE M Moore It Co.,.Seaborn Goodall;_Sa :iar ;.'- v V r C-d-w*.* ur ,. .jV Oven f oiu and not'over 1 oj.' f j.6 t',12VJ202;80Over'l he filling ofjftrderi'frohi abr ad vLuTbp s ndftej1, VV YenntroT, .
Bwntlisr' .' 15 00 ; ,, 1
':frt Tyo"uares'forsf vannah. Jan. 151852. --. >v CQUTY i3AMESIATIjtt
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' SJUgal and other Business Cards per an* W-00 -:::: -" L E'N --V 4' &nmS Clerk Over 11 Of. and not over 2'oI.1224 40 60 "inapncr |In yhjch"b'ebai been led :to To E.Toine, Eq. V
; tFint i1aTZi Jndg 'alVOb&tel se'co Over and 2J CO p>lace Eimselfjiif hrs *is .. -vwa
otv not'over -15r30i11 J.75 'position
present
1 00 WASHINGTON V asbffow's .S "
1. Notices to debtors and creditors, CLAIMSAT: of CI.Court third name S1eriff; fourth usinG UV '
fOR ; JJ
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WHMUMPAID., 1
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; f A. trlehdf' *( mi*, tulySWiFiffli
: iffledwftb
TaX personal
iis; Application for letters f administration,, ,5.00tJNoUce William E.Kennaugh (whenever occurs, as in' Gadsd.en' &o.) IDg1eIatOMVVftbOV6.' .V, *5"10 '10 15 S' DoarSrIbaye* !t M'iJ % ,
Assessor and: Collector:] : dysentery/baring failed'of obtafniii -9relief veyatca
for dismissal as"AdaiJnisfrator Over i and not bver 1 oz:10'1200 etne
"Applicatioo 6f} for Dianr&eei
AVENUE, and flndlfr Fsafettcufefor (sr'th
NEAR.WILLARD'3 HOTEL PENNSTLVASJA Western Circuit.r. f rom the best'
addressed
UgulatfaeuItfloneday3 d
o Over 1 os.and not over 1| o* 15i.sa i 30T 45
; r- -- -i$1000 Continues to give his prompt attention.to the arrangement County. i iv-.Q ffeni- IPost: Qwe.; Over Ii osi and not over-2 oif 20 ::40L 40"- '60 b lim i thoi--."it is said&that every;;sort-'and ever know thir J dgeroesdSsua4itj1kit.. .
Oongress Of iesrcl .
before ? o My huh
1L' t For announcement of candidates for office 500 and prosecution of claims Escambla- CbarleaNJordan' ..Pensacol 431P3kt4t,sgj
Over Os. and not ov r2Oz. 25 60 6OVt75 clime about two
V producesran antidote for yearvhad''uffered.
of, the Executive Departments. 4 diseasespealiar lou ssj. ,
be the same or any 4. F.-EDeLaru : !' wg
; .N2innouneemenm the madejinless Claims arising from the Revolutionary,' orida, 1 V F. DeLarus'V ;;? -:- i 's Non.-'.-From and after the 80th'June 1851, the c: to the locality;,*if.yoa'titb.your a d ocef- td'simoat a. skeleton and r trled"blIrtBottle i' f'&i

,'; *I'' r accompanied with amount charged.iXdttetial or Mexican wars} Invalid, Revolutionary,Half- Santa Rosa ;- -'Join Chain j ]V- V Milton j mode of computing the rates upon inland letters k cnovrledge .of the field and wood mast ft kit age4lik.f7our'INDlALpXEcus- :>

: t : notices for private 'benefit will -beinarged'douWe'the pay, or (Widows* Pensions ; Naval or Army; '4 '--V E S.Amos -i.e. letters from one office withinthe. United now of something to relieve meJ i ebirtbeegzj : I It.
4T j and donTt*
-be
law-of Feb.. 11, may wen by.tho who
rats of advertblnj.l Bounty Landor' Scrip,, ndcr. V $ : IeaiahCobbJr. "! States ot Territories to another, and also t.The ever
; Pa ,Ubheanna / upon reply\wa5 that be,>as, acquainted Respectfully .
1847.oVAugust,10.1843; 'Arrearages of and WaltonviDtaiel McLeod V letters between the United States the'British. > ; VV
eliffio s,Obituary,andltf arriate noUces,will Mileage due returning Volunteers; .Claims Jar 1 1) MeKinnon. V forth Americas provinces-i*to be and as follows/to with the properties of.some plants and,roots 1 ,t V, cor3SV ?

*e published gratis."Communications. Horses lost"and other.Propo ty destroyedjEx- "' .VV- V V V4VWW4M0CoUQflVL ? U. !- wit t Single rate, if not exceeding half an ounce- ; V which hq,believed would bafe,, lbedesiredffectj _

.: must b post paid pta; eincurred byVoluntecrs before being.nina- Holmei: --'AbncrBakerpCerroGordo* double rate,'if exceeding half an ounce, bat(not e and anlaidted.with friendship he set : -
: service 4', V V.;, M.rtin W. Brett W
tered and received Into, ; Wagonmas'eamitera' ; exceeding treble
an ounce; -rate, exceeding an about die'.preparattpn pf 'S D.ar Sts.Tbli uk e.ztif'v
medkipe thawo
jmmedU
z- -- la Marines'Bailors', '4 ersai.LRobt.. HJGoldeni"' V Bott1.if
: :
ter but
TA and ; oUnce, n exceeding an.ounce'and'a"half; y our MedICfX cfled,"lD1ANWIECU'
w .. a tely.Tletnteriatas MS
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& J P. Sanderson Waahngto@5' r. fV vrangeiuu and so soon'charging additional gber4'zby
; iEe'for! b
: eve'ry.additional permanently cured two of
our Negro* of t
Having Vail the forms necessary for proper 1 Norman A.Campbefl V ball ounce or fraction of half ounce.' own bandsVand then carefuTlyiompbanJed". 4
: n.DtarrhoM 1
take
1..1WE,. JtTTORNET!: AND COUJfSKttOB AT LAW, presentation of claims, together with the ..rulesandregulations 4' John A:Tabor* : "V V The mode of computing rates upon letters 'to? I tSva t coMletely succesatut-Th* >curewas* -* y valuable Medicine-is pleanra far MBftaada

governing the different Departments Jackson ii.!Fredlt Rt Pittman; .Marianna Great Britain and to all other countries effe'cted < THe'fanie"of'tbis'"iar of bejng without dens
i removed HiVING to- Jacksonville,L>DuvalConnty, he is prepared -to undertake all claims-of V 8C. Bellamyj Griffin '* .'*.. the British North 'American ;provinces',excepted, amqnj a circle Jof'friends'induced 'frequentipplicatiohs that I have beard of or seen.' Yoqn truly dUwui T
rhat kind,soever, that require the services V t" 'James in; will ,remain nnder' theVflctVof 3d V ,' -
may as
ti respectfully inform his friends that be will con at-present, J ; :
for the in di in
tan at this place. ,. Calvin Stephen i March 1849 nti1t&avod
Agency and To
It tinue the practice of his profession, as formerly' -- -V agreeably to instructions app9nt E.Poiniett'Esq.i
: ? He will attend at each and every Term of Particular attention given to the proper settlement Calhoun
4 the Circuit Court in the several Counties o. of Quartermasters'accounts. "_ .Thos.'J.BenJ.F.ParkerfvoHv Land* tffi' -. DIRECT1ONS. ;' t a'qufti'rititywas made -iipttnd:"kept-on V .
the Eastern judicial Circuit the County of Charges moderate,and reguatedbY the amount Franklin V Arch'd T.BennettApalaehicOla- s 1st.' Erery.letter or parcel, not, exceeding! half h land to give away, without 'thought1 'oficcepting -V Dcsr'Sirt' 'I have,used your Indian toxeeu*Vn
t' Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the claimed, and the extent of services required. in shall be i my family, and have found it
. Supreme must Saml W. Spencer t an ounce weight, deemed a singleletter a remuneration-- More' tban a Tery vahabk
,
Court at Tallahassee U. S. Court St. All communications, to-insure-insertion, ..' """ *" one remedy for Diarrhoea* J take,
f. and the at V 4-tf !6_ V __ *,. V rrate. ? .-- ,-. ; h iDDdred great pleasue i U
be -deo. I. ? cures.were effected. At.
t44& post paid length/
Augustine. AH business entrusted to- his care Circuit. 2d/Andfop-te.tters'br; letters placed in any reewamendiagittothepnblie.RespectfuDy -

.r will receive prompt attention. &DIERICANLANDFOREIGNAGENCYl Middle post office,not for transmission, but for'delivery he advice ofilriends, and tired of theinroads -V :J.E-TOWNSEND'I
.
tc Address-J. P. SANDEBSOX, JackumviEe, Gadsdeni V Edward C. Love ..QulncySKl nly,ahalLbe charged with postage'at the V rate of made.Qpoo his time and purse,be determined Egber Po1naettjj. : ; : i
: 't RobtC Lester -
Dura/County Honda, 9 cent V "
B. Love one eachy-y- ; jf j I OV manufacture the.medicine for sale conscious rJA :
,1
Fii: '-Jacksonville.Jan. 17.1830. IfMcQueen Samqel 3d- Eschdeputy : xsoVITLE, MajI;isz,
CITY \VASUIITGTOir! postmaster,whoseeompensa-
IIughO.MeLeanLeon tion for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the that what bad proved a b1eeaiig toa_ Dear irTblimay certify,t you that 4 bs4

. Etclntosh, H"fNr>ERthe direction of AARON HAIGHT. V David W. Gwynn Tallahassee- 30th Juncid not exceed$200,may send through r ew, could not.:Joseits.,, virtues limit,.bejn negro' girl suffering under a severe.attack of Di.

JLTTQRNqY AT LAIr, U PALMER of Now York, and WORTHINGTON -"V Oscar A.T. Myers Blocker & ; ;V -SU he mail ajf.letters written tttJiimtelfa and.roo iflered to thejmany, or from having.its merantile'price.'insteadjOf arrhoea, and that, the'use"of'one- bottle of you
GARRETTSON :
SNETHENofNew V" V Haley eive through the mail all preparation called- "Indian Loxecost" effeetuaQr
written communications
a&I. Wru.attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern Orleans, A ttorneys- and Oounsellors'of the V Supreme 4' John H. Rhodes addressed to himself his cV bejo gratuitous.: cured her,.and I-would take this method of .
:.. Circuit the United States District Court at St. Court '' Wm': 3. Council ,on private butincsi,which This of"FoINsth'i1wiiiLoIEctTsT r*
; of the United States.4V WaknUa Newport hall not exceed in weight one half ounjej'free.of thenvTs.the orgin c ommending it as a very valuable Mediein,.-
Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee This establishment is.formed for the Vim. W. Mound V VU V ,, Yours
; following V -' postage.* Thin does not authorize them to frank : V truly, ,.- r JOHN.BRAN.TLEY,*
4L r and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of o objects "r V Abijah Hall U Mr. Egbert Poinsett V VV *
VV letters unless written thems.Ivegaud- He does not enter the'fieli ,
ny by as a
.:f Florida against the Government at Washington, 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of '4 Alfonso. Combs heir competitor *
either before Co&gress or at the Departments. the United States, and conducting professional Jefferson Thomas J. Chase MonticeHo hem private receive business only; nor does it authorize f or;public favoitiThCranks pfjQuackery.levasho'dreami .JAqtsocrmxKf: July 26,,1331
to free of
: -. ft>ADDRESS, Jadctonville, East Florida. business.before Congress. .. 41ft V Craven G. Fife V V written communications addressed,postage any to themselves thing but of building "up a miple did V Dear Sir: Sometime since.I war attacked with

May 2. 1850 tf. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims Daniel'T. Lenizo and on their private business. f brtn'ne froirt"pilla and potions., Yet be Ao b severe Diarrheea so severe that I could not at
in Iawr equity, against the United States .be- ttMadison V John Woolen i tend to business. 'T
my was recommended to
not be so'disinterested'
profess1 to
,, : i.V-
a philan-
JOHN EilSKlNE c :
fore Congress or the executive Departments, or V 'Alex-'r McDonald, Court-bouse your'"INDIAN LOXECUST." procured Oni
Saml R.- Newspaper JZate,,fer''tpiarier token tent from t bropistas to offer his medicine for the pubic
against foreign Governments before, Boards of Sessions he Jottle of it -At the same lime:two memben *
(LATE OF QUINCY GADSDEN COUNTT ) J
offire of publication, to-actual and bona fdttutnt.riber
*
Commissioners.- John H. Patterson li He'wished and
good-alone.
/
hopes to re- IV family
V were afflicted with the. same diaeas.1we
at Law 3 For tho. settlement of 'accounts? with 'the tt Robert McKinney U *:, ,, .x ,> ',- -.- ,.
Attorney From after the-SOth.of June, 1S51 for each ilizea: fair returnfoiJiislaboran&tbe ex- all used the ..medicine from,, ie one-Bottl,
State, Treasury, War, Navy, Pout Office,',and HamiltonColumbia Henry J. Stewart, JasperNewnansriHe and I am now hippy to inform that 1C
Ha located In" Jacksonville, and will attend the U William Day <" newspaper not exceeding three ounces in-weight, p ease.to which; he has beensub'ectedi' :He you cured
. Interior and obtaining the remission all
t Circuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern Departments, VU be annexed rates to be iffers no' us entirely.We are now all well and hearty
. Wm. J. J. ** per.quarter are paid quarsrly o 1flivcTsaL'r.emedy-frrIh! ills that
of fines and forfeitures Duncan.- f
for the
. ,penalties, Alleged rem use of only OM Bottle f-your ,Valoabajrledidn
V in advance.. ..These
.VE Middle Judicial Circuits rates
and the Supreme Court violations of the office other Jeremiah B, Smith V onlyapply where fl lesh is heirutci,7-but simply claims'to bare '
revenue, post or >Jty ours truly ,
the is from'the
4 of the State,and the United States District CouH VJ" raper sent office of publication to V
J: for the Northern District of Florida. l awa.- V V Eastern Circuit. V actual and bona fide subscribers. VVV d liscovered; umdyinthe., vegetable>Jtinglom'for TIMoTIIRARRa
4.}For securfn .letters patent for inventions Geo. S. Herbert .Allithtor d a. .Certain. kind ToPoiisetEaq. '
Hi time is devoted the pf jdiseasej- firmly
exclusively to
Ltfpl'profettton.
It United V .V
from the states or from foreign. Governs "V S. Scarborough -.a- V V b
lenevmg'thatwbeaheBays'.rt *111.core he i2 ,_
V -V i Mandar4nAOet.IIz:
ments,and procuring land warrants and pensions lttt "V ;
'r Qg-Office in the basement under" the "Republican" under-the various pension, laws of the United Lawrence A. J.T.Wright K. Mickler V b nt spealcs'whatlhe'name of that medicine Dear Sir Some time since I was on visit near

1 printing office ly may 29 S tates. V >urports in the Seminole dialectTHE our place, and was suddenly taken very sick.
AlachuaDuval :&. M. Caston V'V . TROTH. Your indian
-t. Loxecust.jrut
OSCAB'HART 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, : i> Sam'l Rnssell.ChasLJ. 7 ft" a. It.Tft Z ; recommended. Th*
iegacies, .and inheritances, in the United States .U1 : : Wilson V V V S V V ( -V f'riend that I was visiting happened t*have a bot
countries. V V I tle of-it in the house, and I used it, and take pis-
.
'i! ATTORNEY LA TV. and foreign, Felix Livingston 'JacksonvilleMandarin !
Offic upon the Second floor at the Court-house, 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of 'I', V V Isidore V. Garnie 'V ?HUrs IlMil sure,in informing you that it cured me. ;f*aa

I Forsyth street. t.he States or Territories of the Union, and loanng ft Geo. H. Smith Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Ct9.CtsJMot averse to having my name in printbut *tiBt for
:' Win, l of real over 50 miles 25 15 10 6'24 14' THE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE the benefit of those that maybe afflictedyon caa
practice in. the several counties of the moneys on mortgage estate lyingtherein. ttNassau- I Uriah Bowden :
:. Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the V -- Over fiO and not over' ,. REMEDY J"OR TOE CURE OR -publish. -tV-V-V this if you,think it necessary '
: r collection ef claims 7. For' investment of funds in.United States 'V 800 miles 60; 30 20 .ID .5 2i 'yom 'withtepeet, *
against the United States for i"C.. C. Beseent Woodstock Mill* / V J" >
Military services and for Hones lost and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends ;" A.J. Bradofock* V Over 300, not over 1000 V SUSANNAHPHARTLEY.
or other V V CHROsNIClDIARRHCEA
lost thereon,and, generally for the transaction ? r miles :; 75 .45 80 15 7| 8| V :Dr E Polnsett, Jackionvilie.FIa., .4
property destroyed by troops in said service; St.John'. V Gad Humphreys i StAugustine 'V Vr1V .
' : Also, claims of all business.pertiining to a law ,loan OverlOOO.nbt over2000' ; ;: V V GravellyHin.oa.20,1351. '
for and
& pennons of disabled soldiers,or V "V P -- Peter B.-Dumu; miles ( 5'O'ver2000noto'rer4000 tV ANDJ, : .., It
,
1 .: '. hf widowsand orphans deceased soldiers. banking agency. Raphael B.Canova "> 100,60.40' '2)/lT. .. : -Dear Sir: YeurIdianL.zecussisagooim*

.5 Abo,claims for bounty land to officers and sol- communications addressed, .postpaid i to Putn&mV ILRBlanchard Falatka -V r'-- V ; DYSENTERY ; i eiac*' Some time amid I purchased i bottle from
125' 25'
w 75
miles 60.
.1:..,c diers, and the widows and orphans of deceased of Messrs.Palmer & Snetben. American and. Foreign "-V fcJUnislaosGlinsklrtf. ;" ; 12J'_ | A M.Reed,Esq.,your agent,and gave it to Op*
1 i Over4000miles150 906O 90.
r -. ficers and eoldiers. Agency, city of.Washington,.,wDl, receive "V ,Robert T. Boyd i ", 15 71 Ybicb bas ever been presented to the public.t of my negroes that had suffered very-much'Jrom!

Also, win give his attention to conveyancing; prompt and faithful attent'oni -. .'.-,, Orange ,.William CampbellEnterprise J rT DIRECTIONS.- I stands upon its own -inerits,and"needs' io a severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon

to xaming titles and records and I'ALMER&SNETHEN, .,' ;Henry. Crane:1 wMellonville afterwards I had another Aegfo-MUck with-tbe
ascertaining when
; 1st.
'Ti'V Weekly on/jr 'sent 'as
papers above uffingLT4 HAS JtoTTAiixn .TO: CUBXpHlS'
p
1 ;; claims to lands. Office- No.5 Carroll Place Capitol V HilL V *r. *L' V Elijah Watson. S. ",. ? stated,are to be delivered free in the scanty where same disease., I purchased' .another.bottl.and, it
V- -
-i
4d Al) bngineaa.en trusted to him will meet with JulyS. : ..Vlawtt.: .. Marion. tHaisboro ,John M. Mclatosh. .- ,.0cal hey are published rand this although conveyed I N.5INOLIUtINCZ.i c uea'hatio. V

prompt attetiflSfo; and,all instruments of writing 9 .bJt. ,Robert Bullock .. > ir" L in the mail over 60 miles;'!1 jrs-Iri t2d. r 'Valuable'preparation rir compounded I ..I 0 not hesitate'a'momeni la rMommeidiii;
Bonntv Land and
)l. will_be executed by him with neatness and. de General Agency, 'a S. B. Helvenston Flemmington.Jesse.M.Willi Newspapers containing.not over ZOO square -. L.s'from? several medicinal roots growing in-the y most our Indiata certaint Loxecust 1or't6 the public,'tis teing.tii,
remedy Dyioi4ery'tiatJ fcav
spatch. V Washington, D. C. V .,V inches, are to be charged,one quarter, "the above /lids of Florida.4 It is pcuELTCaBd\vHOiiT( : ever used, ei heard of. Jfyoa
( acksonville. Jan. V tee proper.yo*eaa
.frf 25.1851. Souther Circuit. *
tf *
;
I 1 a A rates. : t > Vegetable and xsrxcz&u.rfor the '"
\\f \ 1 designed
T. WALKER will give V euro publish tha.- ; ;;. 'Y uri truly, .-- *
r prompt '
;iii S. JOSEPH attention to 'the BOUNTY Simon Tnrman Tampa 8d.'Publishers of'newspapers ire allowed to ex- of the above disease.vThe Inventor'and Proprietor : MILEPRTCE
Baker V
Joseph El.
i7 D. LAND CLAIMS,officers and.soldiers 41 ..1tt 'V Martin Cunningham change.free of postage,one copy of each number is' fully convineed'-thati itis an invaluable I :V-pr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.DrEPoinsett .'-. V
: PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE MIDWIFERY engaged 'Benj.jHagle: ", only and this tledicine.. .
. ; privilege .extends,to -la fact the test that-.he. hssgiven.it
WAR V. '
in the FLORIDA in either of the -INDIAN
.; AND SURGERY. WARS in which the U., or States have, been HernandoMonro -' Elias G.Knight Spring HOI]I published in Canadar- ''"fj newspapersi, : .. n the town in which he resides,and,the tonlihlng V 'J& ksonvllteF1a Sept;25I851-r ,

1ft1: Office on the corner of Market and Forsyth. or.the War, with: Great -Britain 'of 1812 engaged_ to, V V Malcomb C:'Peterson''- 4th. The weight of.newspapers:must be taken I tieeee with which it has met,warrant : -5Sir: This is to'certify 4hat I

L Streets, opposite Ike-Court Haute. claims on the Upstates for, MIUTART ; V t"Nathan1sf. Moody *.'a' or determined when they are in a dry 5tate.5 b ins sayingthat it is a POSITIVE CURE hive been permanently cured of a severe Katrhoay
SKRVJCES,
7t. JACKSONVILLE V V :' 'Eiekiel LJ Selph V 6th. Postmasters are not:entitled V to receive I Iehas therefore come to the;. determination I > .the use of your most valuable medicine eaU 4ndUn
FLA. &c.;.
SUPPLIES, PESSIOXS, LOST mopERTT, and .to '
Cot. 16, of business an Agent or ,k ". Benjamin Sawyer 'Key' West ewspapers free of' postage'under their franking p lace .within. the reach of all,knowing how.many I Loxecust,after suffering former, titan }2
requiring '
; tf.J. any description -V. 44 V V James M. Bracewcll *fi '
? rrvifege.-: : ? suffer months with that
: this' diseased
Attorney at Washington; For 'procuring.Land L %" ,; > with very unpleasant and often'danrerons distressing 1 take plea
HcRobert Baker Warrants, his charge will'be*5. In other cases : V' Robt. Clarke 'a 6th.'PaymCnt in'advancedoes i'otentitle"the Duease:particulariy in the Southern-and L sur*la recommeadingr y oun most valuable mediciie

; ATTORNEY the will be proportioned to the nature and John, Boyle V lartypaying to" any deduction from the above. y'estemuState "tj_ <; .; ; ...- ? to all simUarty afflictedf
COUNSELLOR AT LAW charge > < >* >.* '
rates- > In 1 "
difficulty of the case., ., :* officio'Tax' V V purchasing:my V Indian lx>Teeu tbe I remain. yours., truly .
t:4 JACKSONVILLE E. FLA.A in connection with Arid ex ,Assessofanol CoHecton '--a. .g 5 t p articular and look formywritten signature.I A.-I JOHNSON.- .t
He will also act Agents -
A so Commissioner of Deeds for the following Attorneys In Florida,"who may be employed or in i Rate*of Postage to fcerfiargei vpon'aU triiEeiV t,he label. "' >- -' --.- > .'. t .. Formerly 'Jacksonville,N.05

.4sw v... States of the Uninn : Land and other claims, -on terms-.which V : Ntutpaptri and everr'other description '_J refer the.publio below to &few certificates iected 'V 7 I'

'j'x. $..: Maine, Delaware Georgia may Bounty be agreed upon .Letters [which should be $100,000: : SAYEOr:! ted Matter, except Newspapers and Periodicals, l from among f many.received from respects t 'cLrjTole; ,5Oct, ; 1851;
.i p. Vermont, Maryland, Alabama, post paid] will receive immediate attention publithed at interval not exceeding three month band le citizens of Jacksonville. VS : Dear Sir; One Bottle of yottr'Lozecnst has coV

.4tt Massachusetts, Virginia, Mississipp June 6. lawtf. ,. 77, EIRE PEA/ib" STREET and>Flet cber tent from the office,of publication to actual 4 .' EGUERTPOINSET1l.. netery cured'one of my"men of a long standing
New York, North Carolina..Texas- V York. Three Stores and theircontents and bona fide ntbtmbtrt." : ? l 'I 4r-V-V :' V obstinate Diarrhoea.-From its complete,and eer-
:, '::c' Pennsylvania, South Carolina.j t BOLLNER &JOTTER. destroyed.Deeds; before words !VV'V .r'a P. S. Planters should not be withouitlus'vain. lain efficacy where all-other medicines bad failed

1t4: *:mar 31-'S2-tf .- General i mcHva SAFES -AOAimtELEVEJV r' _.: Medicine family;ought to keepl'itoahandi.sr -[take pleasure IB S rwomnjendingitVas: a.Host
Commissioni
merchants
No-For ; *A Lx. .ti-: .. ;
SAFES of different makers each ; ?; valuable medicine.. Yonra _- .
zl.i R. PEARSON 154 Front Street, Corner Mulden Lane consumed A, M.,REED principalAgeai fox JacksonSEVENCASES > <'<>
M. V 4. V t with their contents t- The Safe made by t Rich& additional ounce, or a ; '"- "
.. ATTORNEYA2'J..AIE'I w Vp Co:;defied the flame and brought out it*content* fraction of an'-ounce), 'io : z':' -f"r'-4 : V. V:9
: r ; .iul;
i WILL attend to all business
promptly entrustedto
ti HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and without mark of fire noon them 1 1 ..2tt 'r .',<> >eyond the ten ounce*
b will practice in the Eastern and Southern Cir tbeir.care. PaHictuar attention given/to the L in-tbtrtable.an"ad V-VV- = V : ; Li-A TESflMONI4LS.: 2 */ r I .3J.LonvmehvIz1851.,5:

0 .r euits. the Supreme Court of the State, and in sale oi Cotton Lumber, Timber and Turpentine; ,MBlj GILBEJtT&LETTEI I ditional rate will be ; i dl''f' : ? Poinsett-Dear Sir; I Uke'pteasurt 1&

the U. S. District Court for the Northern Districef I also to the purchase of goods. V THE FIRE IK FLETCHER AND PLAL ra., ii. T.V charged.. ;-**'* '" : expressing to you my approbation your Indian

Florida. Feb. 19, W32.-tf. Otj-Liberal advancements made on consignments. :. VV" "V EW YouDeo.ZJ,1851j .. _CURED V V IIIMrPoinsett Loxicnst as :family med Jeine.; il have Twed it
Messrs STEARNS and MJU.VIX, sueeessor to C. C 5 'S.- VV VT) V ,;VVSV with good success. : Youn -a
.Si.t MILE respMtfally
HOPKINS & BUAIIACM RICH & Co. 'JVo. 146 Water Street New i'ork. : C&UE,Fz.s.,Deo.'D,I&1., "
;fi'HV; ; '
Law pJjVV -., ... ,Ct.CtsCt-. CtCte. f'"" Vi V f' V '
1- at the ,
fire
Attorwey ; SiBS.when was consuming my place iof One : .
:
ornnderijl
oF1IaJ E.'P1s. .oz 2; :S', V 4 : 5 SIa''t For the'benefit V 4 5 p 'JseaoiyeNo' .173851.
st PALATKA, General Commission Me reliant Business, No. 216, Pearl Street, I was absent inReasslaer Over 1 t 2 oi.- 2 oflhfelea j __
4aT WILL practice In the Eastern Circuit.. -BusirieB 36 WATER ST. YORK. .. County, testing a new; ckacing-apparatus MI-OX oz.no*'" *over 36$ i '*' 46 fi 9 ',12I5 8"I'V publish th*following- v had even ease-ol Mr.Poinsctt Thi prill:infbrnr yon:that far
s entrusted to their care will be promptly attendee ; NEW _. in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher, "V3U I'' V Diarihoea on ny plantation,this j.season j all of seTeral3ye have-soffered d seueh.sL differ***
,..;. $ to. February 19, 1852.-U STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale',of and did not read the account until I was fearful il ( 8 V which have been cured by the use.otyour .mos I times from Chronic Diarrhoa. 4I. are tried yodr

t .l 4 CO-Savannah.ll r
tend their bill to this office.- and all orders promptl'coplied with. of safes 'r :Yoursrespeetfull/, JOI1NPR1CE'3j,3 and have no reason to doubt its
*: Wt in one >yonr ,purchased from Afr.iAf arvin "i g u'yjoa y> 14 21W S-"i S- being pennaaeat.
4c some yean a o,'<.Afy.fear were not allayed when s ", 7VIV 1* ?"S"t8'16 "24"82' 40sI Believing itta be'* duty iwhichl ewe to : k* rWcted

OSSIAN. HART &;q : :I found it necessary upon my;return to apply the M <) a<(>-> n li'-io' 'OCT-O IB"cl.A'.jV.j.t V ,JTpreBent JOB'this eertifiee: ><&Jf f

_ k'FTORNEYAT LAW, oyInaTh Croton -Water:40 hour before i was enabled 0 yi 10'.I020 3040', J'.,. BlackCceekaFbjeL"185' can use as "you think prepfc. -L 1iisIn say,

j ,.KEY WEST, FLA., MllM1 CllMM1SIOi MEllCllAi commence operations j after which required 6J ,' V V DO.r SSomet.t si ei s that in conversing with mint who have'nsaiyour

;4. Practice. In'the United States'and State Court hour of labor and application to raiw,the< Salamander V ,5SlL T1DlREQTIONS. : family 0 was Ttory ilIInde diithDiizrbes.; medicine,I-bnve-iotfound one who did not n]

,1 w.T of th* Southern District of Florida. BuyingAnd .SeEng'Of'] V from its ashy bec;. Yonmay judge of my 1. On every"iransient rieWspaper, nnsealed/feir n resorted ttf several thing: /usually, nreo for the Lverelief .TCa'J'r.tJOHN

1 4 Tn17 JO-U V antietj'during-thla delay, and my1;agreeable surprise ular handbill; ravfng.'pamphlet, periodical,; njr V C.LEY,
: EVERY DESCRIPTION. AGRICULTURAL opening the sate in.th of ; lief. : !Pastor Methodist Church Jacksonville.
*" 1 upon presence a magazine;books.nd'-every; other:'description r ol t sour Indian Loxecnst was reeooimeuded *
I < JAMES,II.! BAEEB, .lc IMPLEMENTS ,ANDVVLi number gentlemen, to find my >books:and i papers printed matter.the above rate*'must In-all'cases by several persons :sl i Mttptiy nflnd ftf in n. : srIlle,1ea.4thjS51

?ATTOKNETAT: LAW,. :. : MACRLNEflY. ', savedVand a*legible M they were previous to b 'prepaidV,according to the-weight.- tad am Trf glad I did'107 M on*Bottle- effected I ; :
TV, itatnr Columbia East Florida.M. the fire.4 The intense heat to which the Safe was hanover any prinw matter on' which V the' a cure. o* i.p1OMb Pub1thIbP.aauclsniuableMethcine.ougbt tT f
condition postage is required tQte"prepaidv Bottle of your mosti vrfbable medi'jine called lo
'C-- through torbe. knovn ti
: Georgia and French BnrrM ill Stones; Ensopns, of another safe;[not a Salamander of which1 a the inattention; :f Postmasters, or otherwise be the public. Spread It far .4 ie&rinordert1ia)t dun Loxecust huntirereUem.ofssevsuaaoLDrahas *
4 : WHI S.EIITH Jti..r. Colageu, .CuUin and Bolting Cloth*.! .-.
: &iao-eveyy iron skeleton frame: only remained,and not a Teetig sent without prepaymentthe same shall be chare I the afflicted may find *tas4eYow4&eS tis .ehearfulty JreeomBitd
'
.lATORMJET$,ATIJlWiV ,. \ kind of produce North aad South,en4.CAiHjftid of a book.tv They were icompanions'Inith*V with-double the abovetateac "- > -- V 4 V your medicine thoaimilarly-afflieted.

Alligator Columbia.Co+East Florida..tBOSTOW w.rffj for Wool ILOYT.Hide Deer Skins HAMPTON., and ShippingFurs.SASTL .:' sam*'office,on the second floon from which:they 3. Bound book and fparoels of printed matter,j I
BILBO.
fell upon crates of earthern war in the'cellar; the not --weighing ovprt82.oancesrshaUb A _
4 ;.: & GUNBY "" V V V. 4 V V j ruined safe upon the Salamander. If their i posi- pa1lsble matter.; +u fde mai&I q-riTLf:' U_ 'J ._!

-.. COTTON FACTORS "t References t w *$ i.j 4 Uon'-hidbeenreversednoteven.-th' skeleton Periodical* pubUsbedat AHtyrp.interrabi jfto-'tw.exceed-- Dear Sir,.-Thiuili Inforrn'yomtbat one bottle For tfie'A Jcted.TIOUGHjSYRTIpaand .

k1' Mam. ANDXRSOH&Co.; FaAirxiri&BRAWTtrrv would have rtmamed.' Afy lou over.-the,Insurance tag thre*jnonVb*, and sent from the cOce of.pub of your medicine,caUedJ(
; .- AND -WEBSWE&PALXES, Swirr'Dej sLowr &- is $1, 00,'yet the salvation of' my books in lication.to actual. andV.bona. ,fid jrabscribrt'& permanently?! cured two of ia negroes< 'Ofa sever Medicated Cigarette
; GENERAL cqumssiov MEUCHASTS.T Co., Savannah, Ga.;. 'WM.:Pv-i MILLER &. Co., your Salamander, with Pths t representatives o f to be charged with one half the.rates 'mentionec sttaekotVynenterye lc6us1der t uexeelieeV V>V for th Ashthmatic and ConsumpH i Htptt18 -

1.- Corner" 'Sat. .arid Jeffertdn. glreett' ,, New York} RBOOLK?Noras, MASOK&Co., Boston 4100. 00.and important 4ocnmi Ufwhiea. ,i'I :SAV'/NNAfl, ,- Mass.F. LoomslEso./'j London not be duplicated, has fully compensated meV p ter's pestag thereon muitlu aU eases be quit areln recpmjnendfait thepubjie faCi-Tttni* Pni Jia4 BftUrt fi*' Py p5pt*'

,I.' JOBH-JOSTDH; 'JOHH. H. CCKBT. Ctj H. S. McCoMBS. EKQ. Wilmington, DeL V iitit will afford a*great f pleasure to. exhibit ttheaw Periodicals published ak Jnter-.1a requsred L a* aKf Antalgio Pills,Oin taunts,and iTinctures;1e Oi

October SO, 1851. J :i 'tf.. ._, Savannah, Angpirt 23tht 1851.i,epttf safe purchasecTof you and explain 1U merits: three month ar charged,with the*Fv full* rate UVCVJ,whiciV MUIU -, curf Nephntlc, UtaRhsUepapi.Ius
t"% *.: r V at my present office,No.251 Pearl steW when,]IV mustbeprepMd. V 1 To Mr.-EJPo5nssti ,tVr 4 .d ;PceavUtm Pflls,andMutarea,for anFnt ***-

KB > E i Mfl1OOREc&CO. .. S ea Island Cotton Gins.nrtHE 1 shallTemain nnUljth* new building, e,2l3 Is -'Noi.-1 cue tbire1soii Or fiuyiribWpater : speedily, (cite, tut"peucoMJ-
'
rfsaaGENERAL I Ircoansissioiff : SUBSCRIBER kei'thtiopnortunit34 Cr6CIed..VV ,* Tpur respectfull: ai, r : periodKsalipampUet, or ether printed'mitari a Vi "THERE NO FAIL T? other dSaeharzM from the rinarVBrraBA'Stvi

V ';JLto Inform th*planter of Ixrtjg*Staple.Cotton 'V -JosBFH-G GrtB Tv o-snecteetw V tIofornterlns.and othHor'bagsanaaty-
,
f MERCHANTS"ANDFACTORS that he still continues the manufacture of the .4C y.nvit jrv.countryHneronanti"- > and any.ktnd by which information shall be asked"loi' v jss.jonns iteacn, aia., 4ep.ouiL.nsaj? dropieal Ointment.Powdoriaad P ions.f V .:
,- ., i latest improved ROLLER HORSE CINS;'dou other interested in the preservation of their books or coraraanicated In writing; by mark*or.rigns, DArV-tr-fraInguea'xonrmost Valuable Dropsical weffings; C&ZdiV1'iIJS, tot
&;%; -' ;%T V (8mtts'new Warehouse,)< w A ble and singk.'M IIs'i&IIses and it ready'to from firei[but putl0u1sriytboIdhajngJUob'a the cald newspaper,periodSal pambhlet, or ether Med Indian'Letecustwith'complete 0 diseases the heart and puftftcathwrof blooAlterrtiv
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ri, .ii? 219 Say-Street, ''SatannahiGa.: fill all order*at the shortest notieeP ; :; P' V si.fes'tn no*] to call at th*depot Water street I printed matter beoom rabject tol letter postaw I neon*fiater family; I feel it adulT OwtO you: Pills,for the renevaWonOf constitution

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