<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF UNF



The Florida Republican
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079922/00138
 Material Information
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: July 1, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00138
 Related Items
Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

Full Text
-


.

.


.

,.. ._. l, UI _- -- ___' - .- --- .- 4
: tp4I 1 a; Li' : 't 1 s,' L t '..frra 1&W4t, .

J : %
'
< :

'c',

.'
,
-
?o wt ij]
'
,
: I, rtr. .... t S. { J "t.: i tt v 1q i 4i! 4 A ,e L 2 .. ,
." .. ..," ,'1 : ,.'' d! s.s"'. ."f-r"; ;' i t. .v.i-: 4) qj 49 ; P* & 3P -k 3' ,7 I ': i i t. ;,

.. -I _i--, T _-_-_- '_ __- r'I__ _- ,
> '1. < .. Ir" ., ... -- .I .- ,., '... .. I _
Three Dollars jfer nnnnni f" 3. ''mz _ruJUC I'.t S. l ; :U.: .
;
.taicjrztnt G1JQB'1TOUS1' iii's -t\;
o blf'.TID ou coxsz u.f > ar.f.I.rt4'r.1r
: a: & pzon.zirpnvrox
'0 : r. <. t ." ... ,/' ." .r., ,, t. ,- .' I" C .._...w.;. .. ." q-rf :_ .:<. ,.S..f.i ..'.>..: t't. .,' J1table ba.A4'1'aDCe.. .' ..
< "
', '-"r" \ ; : .
VOLUME IT.JiOKsoxviujE. I : J AOJtSO. V. "L. E't.. .T'ilun..,,. ,.Di riJtTiiY" 1 'r.18'lHt.,: ., im. ,, \ 't., .., .. .1f"-f'OI'.a
,
'
L --k" ." 3. .. .
: H -. I. 't' t'1' ,nUMBER 51. '
a
1 t11f ff. .t. J"At t1 1Lt.
I, -- ,__. __ (. . ., ,I .f 1'4 ,,:Q. .. ., t # 4. . -, .. ,- ".. ...!

:j I June 3,1852.ORDINANCES : offence, and:for each'and' every'.repetitionor sources' "of.the Stateand:giving-her.- n'an jmportant .!i ;X !f 'Indive i 'theiri'deof: ; 'the *' Mr.- 'chtthi ,Niiti.n1)vh1g u1Pidiigs.f-- J :

continuance thereof at:the .discretion of the Stte r ,Sp' : ', .thVa1u... .
hroh C
jindcotninercialState nTe tln.
Intendent. x *" -'': } : position both as an agricultural .- ;extraneous"cbannels, it '.' '-,i"_f__;i" WkIgC.aveaUo. ; .' II j

i Patted by ChI Intendent and Councilman of SEC. 6. Be it further ordained by the authority: The..relativeposition of I other: StatesrtobnUd "up towns at;our ,'re Committee r resplntions I ; having reMr.JDBOiTc,1o The i following!l 'despatchet, giving'i ;tne'proceedings : -
;from .
I ChI Town of Jacksonville at their sitting aforesaid, ThI.t all law. or patti of.law DOW fa' the St. John's,on. _the &tantic'bar.is such pense' which'jWe.can exp'ecf o'it m mrabeserjes4iubaequ nU of the Baltimofe WhigCbnvention
n ,
'this day. force conflicting wlth1the provisions,. this. ..Ordi. as"to indicate it as the natura
Stcnos 1. Be if ordained by the Intendent and nance be and the s me are hereby repealed.Sic. .. the diversified,products of:FloriJa which are of State interestirh1clj' will JhVs'be'made.Those Massachusetts"t oMr.Wehter.w week's edition we deem it to .

I| Conncflmen of the Town of J ACuon1i1te. That 7. Be it.further ordained by the authority, detice to a.northern or eastern market; because Het rs ,of thu' Sthich1rnay be Jo 'calif/!find He them: proper. ., .i.h republish : -

I t an free negroes and mulattoeJ between the ages aforesaid;That the above." ordinsflfifrchaU be the riverand its tributaries,penetratingand tempi;'y the specious'prbmises o'f golden rose and'said :, :
'within theeorpor&t4 published in theNews, and RepuDEcan of this wrsn4t.'ne 23-2.2O'M. I -
and ,residing or staying
16 Wyesn
k of ramifying,through so large a portion of ; 6-oratidimEescbCmes. He
limits of the Town of Jacksonville ; place and that the Marshal of the Town be hereby teir' nprcleaflyapprehend d .the exact The steamer / Stone;just"arrived''from
\I after the of "thU Ordinance authorized to post the same Ordinances in the the Peninsula, afford a cheap and easy transit of foreign i capitalists,. wili! ;fina1;."themselves. terms of the last resolution; tothi.reading: Savannah brings, n' 'Savannah' dates1 of

hall twenty have days a Guardian passage whose name,with that of several conspicuous plftMa.of said Town.HENRY ., to-the various products-which ,this important the possessors of what win prove only I apples prwhicb bot he understood very anxious attention was,paid;. Tuesday, but so KOMiHAtlojr ap far, by'the
;t i&generalthat1t affirmed ( Convention Baltimore.
Whit The'
i
I bit Ward, shall be registered in a book Lobe kept D. HOLLAND section will contribute to the streamof of discorcin; for, ifAeycuYthemselves: the fihality 01':"th'tj Compro'mise that was':.hourly expected whenr fhe Stone news;heft.The

by the Marshal of the Town and the Marshal | Intendent.' trade. off from:;all commercial i l.ati : tt Otherportion's I it< pr id'anj further'political action on weather was unfavorable for4esrathes.:

shall give to each a. certificate of Registry, and : Attest WILLIAM B ANCHAW>, ;But,'bow;are, the other the they will have;. e .1.attach the : saT.r! ; and,.iHie:rightly "The"-Savannah'Journal of':Tuesday'last

each shall pay to the Marshal the sim of ten doi- Jun 27Clerk of Council. State' to be benefittedY prions.ol and th'em to a.State in'w,. os Jiiib theynay. be'.1' understood. it,' m{ baste to 'rise, and makes:np'the Joflowing from tie thatches' received -
lars and fifty cents, of which sum the Marshal Te. butin-' : whose- ';r thank God thaHhe dotrne' for which he 'from the Charle loh."paper ?a* *
'
ahall roeir fifty cents fpr each certificate for his Iron TEX FLORIDA JtUUBI.lCAl'f.] West have already ,ibe a desire for an i i. n, ,,' -fi* *-. :& *-t..K'rf prosperity-2 teyc! had eon tended"-iq-.hi ur4 and place, '_;The lemsi are''uncJer'. (t 'of;JaD''20. 8
be into the outlet have no; more interest than if comprised though?: unpropitious o'clock ?.: ,-, j ; '- -"1
services and the balance to paid It.John'i Bar* Ester by procuring a carer'lo! :irQmtc .rl ,
Treasury as a contingent fund.. And that all female organizing a company, and by subscrip;,, within lhe"loundarfes of Ihf State"to IId S in ; / n wr.Hal w It is carWitly rep rted'fn well: formed
free and mulattoes between the purposes they havebee(ieduced.Itf : opened-were now sustained/if circles in Washington; that ba negroes The Sentinel of the 8th instant is the first tion of stock to a rail road "to run from judge '
indications.
t shall in like by the..cbeering, They 'xdjonrned' wben'theyd"d: ((! ie Saturday
of 16 and 60 manner pay that>
years saying have confidence in
ages e no
r to the Marshal five dollars and fifty cents, of of the West or Middle Florida.papers which some pint on the Gulf, in the West, to some' ultima'te' seemed, be sustained ly.the.Jiighest authority night,) Gen? SCOTT'would have been ]
which the Marshal shall receive fifty cents for has alludedto: the efforts of the citizens 'of point Atlantic'in East Florida;" but, the cOmnp1shnentofthe scheme, 'which"as::a party man and a Whig, nominated it'was well know f 1ai there ,

each certificate sum for his services and the balance the East towards the improvement of the St.. why this project1 has been allowed' to slumber of anew town in a'neighboring State/about he 'could i recognize in the ConTentiOn were 22 Southern delegate*'reaJjr to"go for
which so tOuch haYofitibeenarJin the UnioDjW igai of ,the United,States.. Why, him the moment"Mr.( oa.bepii: to .
I to be paid to the Treasurer. And any free negro John's Bar. This silence would seem'to in- .for'several months 'past we1 have not he asked, should not this organ of the greatUDlonparty. lose'votes x \'*** .

or mulatto, male or female, refusing to comply dicatea want of interest in.this i project which been informed. It may have been be uee' newspaperswill n.o"doub' be attributed tofeelings'of of Whigsone.f1bf' the great meeting has been held'' by'W 3Tm J,

; with the above Ordinance shall be imprisoned :when carried out by the General Government the East did not give it their countenance, jealousy, by 'our .'friends' of the national.parties ;'which 'divides the people, and TILLMORE men to ascertain whether,the

j not exceeding five days or be whipped not exceeding will ben 'fit those sections of the State was desired by its'especial friends. 'This Middle and We t'who seem .to sympathize J' but unites the Union-(for he held that great supporters of'Mr.Wansrr* Wilt come over .1t
: thirty-nine stripes, at the discretion of a with it) it will not be true; national parties when wisely ,and morally to Mr.'FiLLMonc'and committee! has*been
nearly as-much it will have been from but vertbeles.
the Intendent. or quite as our own could hardly expected f administered
us are among our most efficacjous I appointed to combine the 'hro'forces. The
: SEC. 2. Be it farther ordained, That it shall if they chose to avail .themselves of it ; andit i under. the circumstances ; because, the St., There is too much offered_ for nothing;; and instrumentalities ,of union,). ,sa declare 1 attempt; however it"is thought in.Washington j 11

i not be lawful for any slave or slaves, male. or fe. is calculated more .to promote the general John's being the natural and cheap outlet "simultaneous announcement in Various Why should n 'this' organ make haste in ,- will prove a failure and that either General 'II

males. to hire themselves to any person or persons welfare and prosperity of the State at large for so large a portion of East Florida, we papers, in'remote' part of'the Union: of the a form of phraseology distinct/explicit, and SCOTT will be"nominated'or Convention ii4
within the limits of the said Town, by the day great doings that are be, sav'oa not a little unequivocal, to declare it .is the meaning of be"dissolved 'with l1 'coDing'i4 a
than any other scheme whick.,could at this could not countenance or eurage a be Convention that the of choice. -. jfJ
week, month or year, under a penalty thirty agitation slavery
nine stripes for each and every offence. time be devised. The Sentinel seems' to labor scfieme:which' contemplated a terminus on pf the contrivance of speculators .to get henceforward*shall t be excluded,.:and.forbid- The friends of MrFilmore] fiuve1:beea

SEC. 3. And be it further ordained That any under the impression that we of the a border river of;the' State which had little their wares into market; There i is'some ob. den in thf* national politics of 'America.i ? exceedingly active ever:siri e :the .adjournment J I.;

person or persons who shall hire any slave or. East are.desirous to suspend the operationsof commerce of its own and no communication ject at the bottom, no/donbt; but what is, (Long;cohfmued'' applause.)' Why'ehboldwe to secure':the saccesi of their'candidate t\
not here,"and ,pow, with; all alacrity;;as and ''are now-perfectly'confident that .
is only known to the initiated. lockis
slaves without a specific written permit from his, Every
the Coast the in order with of the which couldbe
Survey on Gulf a great portion Eat a party of Whigs, declare the finality of the their ranks will be swelled! in the 'morning n
her,or their owner or guardian,shall be fined not that our own may be effected. Sitch wish benefited by it.If the influence had pposed to have its key; yet some are Compromise'measare Demomstratjons, of by the accession of Mr.; WebsterVsupporters. '

exceeding twenty dollars, or imprisoned not less has not been expressed by us, nor, indeedi been negative only upon us, we should 'no. s complicated that'even' the'; possessor of applause.) Wasjthere'a human being who ;: '* 1
than fire days for each offence, at the discretionof the cannot'unlock it unless be understands did pot now, begin,to whatever'he ; All the 'leading members of the'' several
the Intendent.Sec. felt. But, as to the "relative claims" of the have objected ; but a' rival interest would key ,: ;agree
: comb j may have thought before the 7th of March delegations have .been- in WahinanlIdayln ,
4 Be it further prdained That any owner different sections, there can be little'dispute, have b created in the East to all that territory the natlIS; andl&comnbioa-. 1850, that a great moral'necessity' demanded i close consultation'with their r respec tL.I' .

guardian,administrator aclu nut.ratrU. executoror even as regards trade. The St. John's is trib ttY to the St. John's, and hostility tions of this scheme may be learned,'perhaps that they'should have been passed at.first 1 tive' candidates, and however' the'contest

executrix, who shall permit their slave or slaves unquestionably the largest and most:impor. would have' necessarily existed 'between to the sorrow. of ::one'who' have, been, in. He.:thanked God that there was courage may end, it is"evident: that.each,party. has I
to go at large, hiring their own time as aforesaid, ducedtcr fortunes in it, ; and enough to pass them-condemned the false been zealous and energeticf. *' .
tant river in the Slate, and her trade at the the rival sections of the State-unless we embark '
within the limits of said town, shall be punishedin .' we to our that if there'are "tidesin philanthropy fanaticism of,the day, and The friends of Gen.Scott have left ro stone
I the manner prescribed in section 3. present moment is probably. larger than that were content to succumb, and forego the say ; expatiated generally.on thesubjectot Compromises unturned to prevent a coalition between the ,
SEC. 5. Be it further ordained, That it shall of all the rest of Florida, and is rapidly in great natural advantages forded by the St. the affairs,'of men'we; hope' their craft 'and'tben'asked. why should we Fillmore and Webster: .forces,-and1 they!

not be lawful for any slave or stares to live in any creasing. Besides! the multitude of sail veseels John's,. and which, by'the aid of art, can be will' not be "taken at the flo d"and let hesitate to. declare, in' our' judgment that openly avow that their labors' have 'not

building within the limits of the Town unless she has high and dry upon' foreign sand those measures shall'remain a permanent been in.vairt, but inreality tbe1-are"well ,;
five second river the Southern
steamers her to
plying on no on '
efforts have been futile and
said building be under the enclosure of his, her, mae when it be needed at home in advancingthe adjustment the slavery controrery fln aware that their 11
or their owner, guardian, or some other white waters, carrying off the produce of the East. coast: Under euch circumstance?, we were may the lari uage"of Daniel Webster ItSinkorswim that Mrj Fillmore must have,the nol ati n. l1

person who shall be responsible for their good .The tide of emigration setting into this section bound to protest against the use of the funds' interests. of. our own State. "'B. live or 'die,'survive perish tJ': am A few hours,"however,.will now determinethe ti

conduct under a penalty of a fine not exceeding : is unparalleled in the history of the of the State for the ben 'tt of one portion, I .. fot that -'de!laration2' (Applause) He matter. :"-2 'fJ
Speeches from General begged to be permuted to say that the Democratic The delegates tenaciously hang on to their
twenty dollars, or five days imprisonment, at the State and the soil tributary to the St. John'sis but to the injury of the largest portion of it.: Scott.Seeretr the '44thballot wBen' reappears
Grahm FIUmore.l. W.bstr Convention bad left the Whigs no fai'orites.'t'op; to.
discretion of the Intendent for each and every being brought. into rapid cultivation to The objections heretofore supposed to exist .-. .:, alternative '(and 'tlianr God'for that) but to to.be.a l leaning: wards C tt deD. -

offence. swell the dream of-trade' passing out of the againstithe St. John's a a terminus fora W. June2L : adopt the Compromise measures.- If you do Tbe'resalt.the 46th ballof was-Webster .
SEC. 6. Be it further ordained, That it shall tCTl. I not do will be swallowed 1 b by 31, Scott 134, Fillmore.127.' Ourcotethp.
river. These that-you :
facts alone are deemed sufficient road, are, it -believed, in a fair way of Without public notice, or apparently previous p
not be lawful for any dare or staves, or free the' whirlpool and. scattered by the .whirl- caries publish a despatch. dated Sunday nigbt
,
to settle the claims set up; but the being obviated; and a good opportunity is concert several thousands.. our citizens Hhat the friends of l fc illraore
negro or mulattoes, to keep a boarding, eating wind of natlon tJty'. What multitude of to the- effect
>r sleeping house, within the limits of said town, exigency at the present time requiring now afforded to our brethren of the,Middle with.a fine band of music marched in sins-what a"mass of shallow policy In"the are sahgoin to-day in anticipation. Oftheaccession .

under the penalty of a fine of twenty dollars or I promptness in the execution, of this work and West to attest their sincerity our welfare procession,this.evening along ..PennsylvaniaAvenue Democratic i platform is covered'over with of the Webster forces. This: morning I.
not fire be the mantle o(. nationality, He proceeded, i all the)leading members or'the:delegations
imprisonment exceeding days or may exists at the mouth of the river. and realize the oCt.repeate 1 i desire for the residence of General Scott. :
whipped for such violation not exceeding thirty- tS in an eloquent')tra n,"to urge ,that, henceforward were inWasbingtonc; .nsnhting'.withthe
nine stripes, at the discretion of the Intendent The light house is in a critical condition more intimate intercourse between different The played. Hail to. the Chief" and ,'this''issue'of slavery be;driven from .candidates; The friends 'of Scott:a>e iJ

for each and every offence. and it is thought this can be saved by the sections of the.'State than now exists, loud.and prolonged cheers were given. Gen. the political cr eds'and co te lions of 'both working :hard-to "prevent a'coalition f.they 9mfeSS1r5angUflbUrfffldtS1ilCete'

SBO 7. B. it Cart h..ar
parts of laws repugnant to the provisions of this done before irreparable'damage has occurredto on the Atlantic, which will not militate the assemblage a follows : would strife have and the securihg'thV effect of allaying! which the spiritof [By.Telegraph" to Vh.Sarannaa .&] ;?
we
Ordinance be and the same is hereby repealed. I this structure, and .at the same time, and against any interest of the State, but? on the Gentlemen :-This is the first political now so richly enjoy. Among peace"the' reasons. Balloting Continued.), 1. > 2.i

HENRY D. HOLIAND. by tbe same means, the improvement of the contrary, will bind together all interests and greeting I have ever received. This mani. adduced why the Comp;atmSe 'measures p. Scott.. SATOTDAT4F&mart. : Wibittr.. ..
kindness touches
festation of heart
Intendent. Bar can also be effected. This, therefore, is place the whole State in a position more favorable your my should be sustained was one that no man Seventh banaL 133 '131 -& '' .J'
Attest: WILLIAM BLANCHARA deeply, coming as it does from my near .131 133 -'U'-i
than has existed of honor might go out and advi':te the sup Eightb"
claim of Human to prosperity ever .
Clerk of Council. an urgent -one, economy. .neighbors i and friends.. My residence in the port'of the nominee on the ground that by Ninth 131 133:29: t l'
likewise to the before. of has,been agreeableto Tenth 130 "m :?/ .j"
ity, presents a strong appeal city Washington very bis election'agitation would cease ,"while .. '
Eleventh 131 13.1. 23
sympathies of the proper authorities for immediate them had been mysel. This city was laid out.under the another should.advocate his election on the twelfth toihe flfteenthrbalfot, 4 I.t
AN ORDINANCE, the I the project proposed by of the immortal WASHINGTON From the : ))1'lthere
fo prevent Importation action ; for; if the light at the and hostile interests eye : ground that agitation would be i increased. was nochange.ofvole.*. .Oni the 6th f**
carried the of the
out conflicting and r trust prosperity city
and Spread of Contagious and Infectious Would not every man, having a heart in his ballot Fillmore received 129, Scott and
mouth of the river should from neglect, be would have been created and perpetuated continue to advance with the growth of 135 -
; bosom
wi regard with contempt Whig going
Diseases. extinguished it would be to the great detriment Union until .it, becomes every way worthy Webster 28. Seventeenth ballot.-Fllimore ;
now, they coalesce oecome narmon- into one region, and from the Northern side Webster .29.
may 131 Scott 532, Eighteenth
Be it ordained by the Intendent and Councilmen of trade, and to the danger of the loss ana of the Union-and of him whose name of his mouth saying No platformagita.tion ,
seventeenth
that iave name"
of the Town of J Jacksonville That it -'sil ized. We assure our friends we no it bears. ballot except that New '
of property and the lives of those engagedin forevet!t' and then going into another one vote to C iit den."* t2
not be lawful for any Captain Mate Pilot or motives of benefit in inviting their cooperation I trust gentlemen, that so long a I shall and blowing but of the Southern side, "Noplatform1" Hampshire gave .
of vessel boat it But, in order to the proper accomplishment -. flow from continue the same friendly 2-P.M. l-1
will
other person having charge any or further than naturally. amongst you but a letter in :every man's
to bring in b's. her, or their vessel or boat, or of this work, an accurate and concentiat d action in building up'the pros. lations' will bc' cultivated! whether I continueto breeches Dock>t.? ADDlause.. ) Up Conventionat,2 to the 30th ballot minutes there was of no 2 o'clock cU JPe. l

cause to be brought or conveyed to the Town of careful survey should first be made; and, perity of the State -our part of vbich,we] occupy the position that of Chief of a soldier or shall "NOIie'iiit.: ," he remarked-1"if you The took arecessol two hours.ou i3On oJ'{t

Jacksonville any person or persons having any should it so happen that there is not a sufficiency endeavoring to do and. the indications be elevated to '. ,' Magistrte. :the love me. Lead us not. into. temptation but the 44th ballot-Webster got.28, Fillmore -
contagions or infectious diseases, to wit: Cholera are ; /:Gentlemen :-The high deliver us from that evil 1 How 'much bet 13f'Crittenden C" 'J-* B
of men and means to out simultaneously ; 126, 'Scott
has conferred
carry be that .Convention
Baltimore
hot mistaken
Yellow Fever or Small Fox,under penalty of a are of a character to upon ter to'rnn'-ap the mast head tbe flag bearing from'Iowa*'and from '
Three delegates one
fine of twenty dollars, or fire clap imprilO ment all,the works of.this kind now East Florida is making rapid. strides in advancement me ovr my illustrious and friendly rivals the\ words) 'The 17th.> June;Liberty California, voted for Critt nde .-. r ili( .

for each and every person so brought and for each in progress, or .which may be desired by ; and that it will soon have an the Chief.Magistrate of the country and the and the Union-now and forever, one,and 46th BaJlpt. Webster. 31- ;Fillmore 127, 'Ii

and every day each person so affected may remain : those interested, in their a.ccomplishme.nt'itis agricultural, commercial and numerical importance was Secretary wholly of unmerited State, already, and known will'be.a to fame-cause inseparable ;' and if the' ship is.to go down, Scott 134. At-ten minutes! past Saturday J
let it be the music of the national t"
within the limits of the Town. Nor shall it be but fair that those the most to an Couventionradjouri4 to
having urgent night. the ten
merit the :
of still efforts
which few for making
was only : a greater them. Even so, I'hope that ail the resolutions -
lawful for any person having any such contagious should dreamec o'clock Monday morning This/was tbe Ui
claims .receive the immediate atten .of my country and of that Con ,
since A small amount of 'observa and more: especially the eighth, concurring. ,
or infections diseases to come into the limits of years l last ballot-the. others vary;but little-not
vention.
the Town under the like penalty. tion of the Government.We tion on the;spot, only, is required to impress I know that much anxiety- and many trials- be i ia the Compromise measures, will worth telegraphing. 1/ ....,. to
authoritatively adopted
SEC.2. Be it further ordained by the authority are not disposed to attribute to the any one with the force of this fIt are to be passed through before the"ra.tife. and unanimously"promulgated -by" .this Convention. of BALrxxoar. 'Sunday'morn't., ..
aforesaid That hereafter whenever any vessel Middle or West any intention or desire, .to tion of the people shall be beard. Whigs.1* ;- A despatch;!was'sent to Mr;! Websterlast
or boat arrives in the vicinity of the Town fo throw obstacles in the way of our advance. Florida now needs more ,t'ban=any thing it shall confirm the action of the Convection ,Mrj Choate was frequently vociferously night by his !'frteridv'tb' :'I..know'what |they 'if

Jacksonville, whether from below or above the ment although they have complained! of our else a flourishing Clmercial town I on her or ot.1 shall be stisfed'for.I know that it applau ed.iQ..the courseof tremarks, of should do. HIs'answer Was{;" have"nbtlj-

Town having any sick person or persons onboard of in their schemes of internal Atlantic border to 'give characterand importance will upn deserving i your. which the'above is a hasty.notice,.written ing to say.'' A similar, despatch was'-sent
afflicted with 4y contagious or infectious want sympathy to her trade, and to furnish'.the confidence and's .- -In'whatever position amid the heat and confusion of the Conven- to Fillmore/am; )'was answered thus;' ;wGa I

disease or who is supposed be or may be thus improvement; and,perhaps they may in for the accomplishment of the worksof I may be placed it shall'continue to be tion. ..tt'j '? for Wbster,by all mean*,'and thus'save""

afflicted such vessel or boat shall stop without some instances have bad cause of complaint; means the great, aim of ,my lifeto, ,discharge,:my Wbig.party.'r.;-? ) < :
internal improvement which shall develope I"FTOU1 Charleston. C5ourier.J '
duty to my S !o ;fltxoniue1GA.3I:
'
the limits of the incorporation, &Del.hoist a signal but we cannot, of course, sympathise with, // v ? i is- -
for a physician whereupon it shall be the duty them in project which we believe i will 1 the resources of the.State.e,tin such..towns'capital If should be elevated ha.veb to that distinguished named I8bI8r DeaU: of BlalMpGaddcn. .The Convention r -'asS mht d 'on' ..Blondarrhbriun
any for which '
the effort Physician or'Health Officer of the accumulates,and tofguch objects:the position We announcewith i dec' ft when ''the ballptin yas resumM. ,
result to the injury,of,a large section of! the to. cond ct ; merit ... .. deep "regret. the H
imyalt *f -: r *( and Webster commenced
Town to visit such vessel or boat as soon as practicable .nrolns camtal__ _. _is_ l Iik'elv. to. applied'bn i" of'\he''Rrht"Rev: Fillmore losing.prrthe
State-and that section the one in which we ---r---- 'J "confdnc which jyou s.kindly : ,. .',1' 'n.. '" ..-. chriop1Ed.! 48th ballot being the'second ballot af
after such signal and make doe examina, cause tend to incree busness b : me in ,advance. .q,ntlereg; .pf i the Protestant : :
t.heseJwork r4q4s4eabDci P : the' Convention :
tlonlnq1,ana investigation as to the sicknesson live. If we love one portion in preference) v ; r'tb: :re-assembling ;;pf; *
: and enhance the value! 'property of-the. you'fihdme greatly latig ed'nd'.b i. Episcopal Church,and Bishop of :the Die Scott continued to'gam'.until the, 53d bal1twhexhew j'1.
board; and if on such, examination there appears to the rest, it is. because 'our. interests are and ,for the 'present- I. '
State, and pecia11t of its ::jcojnme.rcial:.cen- cQ..only of'Souih;C oti a.1 : hi's're.' nominated; The. vote on..tas
be ese
the 1e'irdi.
nothing "
to contagious or infections in firerof "
"
there. We.do not blame, others>for endeavoring .for this kind congratulation .J l laztballOt stood for* : : :. .
the disease,"ana no probable danger to be. appro-I to advance their own .interests.for terwhich; affords tb strong!inducement;to kind I have everreceivedT-and bid you all.a :siAe&'V i :t !s ht.,, 'estejday noriiig, .a ..J't. K! : 1.0' :tfScoTr ..
'"bended from contact or the approach saidves-. ,: invest. The site for.such a town,in the in "" t 'l .1 .., 159ta. :
claim this right to ourselves but.if good iMght. s siit.1 \ ,'Viv"KAfter"enthusIasticcheerather l'Ore age rjpf j6 yearsi after,a .period of.-pro ...
we r t ; 113 ItFillmore (
'
leI or boat or from the persons,and things o'n should be -selected 'l Gads-. 11... .Fu.l.xoaJ.1u '
fancy bf a State, ; as i, : processionproceeded tracted debility and 'sickness. :Bishop .
-3
scheme which'seems'to Iio; l.t 1.,21Trt.
board tht.same,such vessel or boat may then pro- they propose; jus reference' to its\'natural adntagesfoirntnrc to Secretary Graham's, where, in .WxjsTxB-" : 4TleSOdthirh'
"teeedtotheTown.. ./ '. likely to be productive, ofin: j1ry't.: ?jpursectionweshall a practicable ; the'e .response patriotic, .musifr arid'joudj'calls, den Vra*a native-4 .'ot-'this) cityjand li'grand-. .' ...'es"t ai'.ti.f.,eWUII. :s: 5fl.for

'See. 8. Be it further ordained by the authority .; : ;. of .coti rae.. remonstrate. .. -TiR-l V } : > ',' 4lat t'', J. .lhat gentlmanappeared t :andinade "a neat son of Gen:Christopher CfadsJenJIai: distinralsh'edVorthy to h.JastQn thelt1ba1lOt
aforesaid That the Fort Physician or Health officer Umeif, possibleMat.a ,point .acsible ..to andbriefaddress. "*3t5J 'af jfte RevolutTont_ Hfe'was 6'voted IprYillwOr aIUL8 for 1 -
against it; .and. .,we \.tbe:6araein: return c, :nc :> t-. Virginia gave' ,
visiting such vessel or,boat shall be required for like encroachment,on our part, those portions of ,the t State which,do not President FiilmoVe was nextyisited.byithe: : a graduate 6f Yale Ocjllege, and refeivei 'nfs Scott, and one' ,blank. -I -' :- .:-" "- % vn
to make due report to the Intendent of such visit any : possess natural avenues of trade to'tbe oiost assemblage; and,'aftec' some delightf4 music! academic honors? in the some'clabwhhMr4: ; .1 1 After the result.of ,.the" ballpting.waa .an

and examination ; ,.ndwhere there is-reason to upon theinterestsofThe" H ? otht'rsSectional- ,. desirable i outlets,.so':that,}by'economical) i 1 ad- bjr the'band,' he'came' 'out"and deliyeri4.a, Calhoun. He,<'as'ord ined, Deacon'July nounced an 'Alabftaa ,dele ',.aDQTicI-. *'.* .
apprehend contagion or infection from ,such,vessel and conflicting interests.4Q.'exi ;and. 'willcontinuetto.exhjbit -' = .-.. t; : J' '' ;- brief and patriotic 'addreH'in whIchhhe al}1. 25, .ISOTtby' ;Bishop .Moore of i w.Y rk,' inomIJlat o. ... "_ =. ft d
or boat or the persons and things on board, ," their" legitimate.'opera- ,yentttiu. ',e:Zteymay. ,vd Bl. themselves ,laded. to> the rising'and'settingsun. i 'and Priest in April 1810 by Bishop.aii i; Louisiana delegates declared unanimously

uch vessel or'bOat with the.persons and things 'lions while human .nature, lasts' which.will of the .dvaies of a.good market for their. ., andmeI1.. were reciveb wil:.ttemendous.applaue. son, of Virginia In Jan arI. l3p8Ji{ >,waa for the nonSinTer :-, --;: -: :;;
. onboard the same, may required by"the Inten'deat produce ; :, : .r >\ -"fwin'. elector Ibf' Btggrn"C"hnrclr' : ,(.irt 'i.tt;'Parish,oliet A !letter rtom'GerrTScbtt received, aec -
to perform quarantine; for such time,"and undoubtedly be, as Ionga3'anyscbemes' or ,!i-T & ; 'I--Mr.-Webster 'waathJnvisited. He.iad Jbbn'Berkey-ad'reeigd] on th*',2 'under such other requfremenU -and'iul&U ii projects for the amellbrajion'of.the condition" ;Now we will appeal to any unprjudicd butt opened:'his''winildvrahu 'saul: 'Fe r ;':81 o t((' iit r f o.n" et'\auti ,$ platform ajfopte'd by"the o : ..nsyt

not'mentioned herein; ail may be deemed adrisv of mankind.are i peeked.i .n'i, only alternate mind t'decie whether"pr not: r I ,retire ,been engagedinth: 'eiotD.e Assistant; '-1 Minister of-St. PhiRpslis the suc-! 'I the Connpt.ioi WJ! iJJ Jb tofiyeOcl

ble and necessary the safety of the Town,4 e, then,:is' to.devise,some plan byivbichall a'ploin\ on'tbe St. Johsjealiable 1oracom; : of. great 1ic.duty-the? ia. eeisot1" the' RevI&mnesDewr; ,Simons I I cirthe *fternoon.wbeaVjll&aa.
aid ntinued officiate' there 'loathe'tipe A .Griham 0r.4'9.rt1.Cajblina, a ,
which With regulations and requirement. shall,"oDa.uecl these sectional jnterestiJ'D 'be:absorbed (&t ) ,1 l miinw'ktMtA'f; man fq/tbe-office.-' if of Presideiit dwnamewsS' of)the: United.Stales" b- of-hll "death,*''Ini'1840' he was'elected. 'Bishd -. d oif &:TreMdent on theiecon4b4-JJOORJ.nkt

gads said'Tessel'br-boat 1i1)hoee on board, and and the. othersasre persons and, ; and !harmonized. 'Throwing: i ; 1 ;;tb ;great Per.sue a\t'succeed: and i give it ch1, .for f that Conventiorf.habppe' Tbeirtlloice1 haf falJen'ppon )of this Diocese; as the successor" oriheRiJht1ReT.3N'ananfelfBdwenV I" ?t:::;> \ t; .iJ1Wt E. ) ."I.t; S
.J) a
and( conformation .ofFJorlda Wevtb1nk'vtheTefi8 *. ; Sf '1"t'1.JotL
things on board, and'the visiting and extent peculiar rtandl mproce.r a oeriprbbl 10t'b t'
communicating rr.
with,her, and them. under the,like penaltyas may:not'.be'*If*.?.a..matter-.and,.if. done j i l. [i : at: 1 is' ot jeasjierjaccesspf i '.HOI thig.' .'cq\| i ia iin-1 "D'Suhda'fili'd i fnTrpiti 2I, 84O'Bistiop Chrch'B t' olbT{ ad ,r. .Grrab 'IOIJlP1 nYep' } ".'1D. f..An 11,(

for the.M'at. the other, provisions ,ftbIccdIftkII .. at all must,be'brought'aboui ba.free; interchange ., pa TJ t. J' u Lt !-t ,tG.! bore N IP.omar<.inihe P I'ethblig f 1 e'e" ,. .J "Gd1Ijdtf3 ne-mP. \'tt'-l! .tdrbll' otjbpo..,,<& &' ',1Ii'' ".,...11111'd".

.. of:''Viewsvatid,, bpiniqns/'anifby! ih .State to lb.iddl.s.e woafigbtaM'in tbi morn c rcCq allydi5tiii" 'I.f Qf., I&" nlll ar r":'!'B,9 a4..1)QJJIfc )
SZ:.'Be it further.ordajoed'bj the authority mutual* ? coflceu- **ia n&ontbepart: "" i pk- .the: djflerfflctioas : ; biat1:: case"! i9 rtbn'b hh wouldlr1seitla'the i il "rfi s"f ;c m t ci'jb1r1; e :n.4uJ t h 1. Anp: $' '
j'f ''J.-'*? '1. '-.A" tt"lithtes I bii1t" d .t w nttfptet,: qj di bl n4'b M tel 4es4yJstiri1
aforesaid. That the Porf Physician or Health,Offl T.low 1" d l .. aFa R '
oa ;
., .. vtjh Stater. ,*- .. emmO'Sebs'au; > ojicy,.wj .be..k."u. '' J" l J'.
eer'yisiting such.vessel .. :. "{N L IJ-j: : gsterjbaa J l riswtthoreiouhd tu.ran r.' 'Un 1110111 lie r m n .allt !ybIck! |n4tbaA M twUyn1pG ( us
xamlntlon'saill or"r .- )'we..re.oJ the o.piftidrt1iat", 'tetiiJolan'tjLe .! oe t n t1. f !,_ _\ prqve4bestheenePgietoI} i. sp 'h : t' : ti t liIi'tibehIif.1: c T': I ') unless jiominatedV l.aiwlLtaj kesw11li; !, oo|
f. .--. be ntf b ';1ii tiQ. t tei "Si: it-lr .tQfPO.ktdcQpfttthShadPldi1i ksS \i"bWb make bid for' bn| ..A
OB having charge of su'dCves or.}oat,Upd'AI-' trovem -. ,-.1 .1 .,r ( t\,., .' r&ta bYco.ce trt I Est,, : thtII. t inil..atre hQl 9'ovqnlI'o1 t.ti f : ..11ffI a. .tbe Vommaupp..bijLejrufly *

Ian for the first!ant fir* dollar!Jar each.fabseiqnent f.fI .1 ,. l1' ;t. 1 tlesodm11ceniir1t the' ..State: t'.e'iflofl. scheme,. wbichiiPh" 1 : 'lad h6at1'bUt'.jJ.J''TLi'olJ.f.' -t i tna"I1e1W .tpmisteds t! lli, "j pejgrccMqR
""- -ted 1' ., p'1 on te .wr .
visit. ; i.PH\f 4mzstlflteestseai ,'qa qa } tldi'lGio te"tM"Xi' {
l" 1l
"
.* ,:: I'JtCI J4.7. rQuQ J.o.9gl ? at' ftt'df IsT cllllk"\.i.ual'iD'o' : t ttti : rL" rJf
1.i.i :3pdl: HL LA1ssd1wptrWU pre. H
's1.:,S ..,IffW.t.b.iiwcWD"I.. .. "I.b;_4.auLbyT _, ot" rnili4te'agfs Jhe'i t=1i\ft" l' 'IU d, 2.' .. ':'m.L[- .. pJtaer.ailerdif. ni .''W" bQl* 6 Jbef 01 cfiY. .i t1fi Y at1on..::BuL w J. i.ne I1lit S
J ek4 !U1P "J yl *c otbeioftO&Of .1.1. .. 'fJ" ? : : \ dfrdCfiu tie '5'f l1.rIe not .-
Uill' OUL.1'Y.11. 0 .e I' uUtm tQwsCbal 'dtte af ,3. .was & 1.f.tia't p'I1-
tt7 c'P:9: df ; be 42r flee- cri at;,tnrcbctasjoJatht :'U" .ou;1 tiCIA".R 1",d.JI.' t k trQ'' fueatrectim3n4b rJ.1eeH fi&i .n&theretajuit :'eaId 'ffa1ie 'i 1.kc'h1( ".5 j : JbePlafonifJvelrlJ_---Ta1i llfI.in

...t T ,; .t! ,.- djtetaM.vy .r jmp D hic' i c). .. '11 .. W! WM Mn JNewHamsth Xiav uneral is blake: place thiV rer 'tf -.11 '.uostanceWU .then.adopted, by a vote' of .
tzL .. .11. '.1 u
rctio1 aott ssdIat twentyevery ..ro hU 71st .baI ,8.o'cIock- :t. n1. aqp 60.
of .,Sr.1782, and now f fa: 7er1 rat -a1e1
doU' .;rIi. icazi. ". -y J cb caJ l ::r foUr!.r l r ir.tti e tt" : I 1Atbr V'f ste4 em1 specultwn.4 ,.. .v ; -' i ., .


.

.
.
- ., ., -



S

-
-- -
.
S
-- ,
; -
.
-
- --- : -
s;

"

; \ S _

.- __-
I t. WOf. -

Of. ..TstfOOetal k-- Plmtterat .f'.. Whig S vCnT "That's just what yon said when we nomi- OIL C *re. PnutCK: was written lot pre.toaapo IbO Alabama Ui3sJesia$>' nd all .the otherSQuthernSatuoiein sudden ]leaving when my composure wascomparatively.restored.by

Uoaal .r Uea.x Polk! 'Who's Polk,? said 'ouind kl' .- -,' motion by his friend, RpwSl G.ofltiKinia .'arii turn, and cipiesse4Ieir a view of the I
' ,
lat 1 l ALsft as, thefPresidential Ejectois4fte cordial 1 aedufcsdmce ia the nom strong chains with which she was confined
" The Whigs of; therUnited States in Con; yqubIoIk| wdidtIeay s.n i ,, to:'aseirtalni. Affview's fai e l aatKlII"l;' Ii" i. iMf .c.- to the wall. In few minutes,
i1 9D'th1J a fury
was
*
1' '. AnwesbOy6q l ( dj. ?v2f9 Jij. t-i 1 ; .n' -
.
/ention, atwembled, firmly adhering to. theft by nu See whcp't1"to ioipfb' ;' ,tbat"-I,. ts E Compromise, and b* remained. "toanwJt l r. ThonWmnC.! person, otGeorgii, softened down to pathetic entreaty, and she r
great conservative republican' principles by 'obtJI 'f" e Si4eFonti& e tlth't her best to made the
"But w *< *."" 4Jlfaave! | to. be\ >ereay ; ] promised tfcatGepfgia wonH most touching and tearful appealsagainst
Ii which tbry are controlled and governed, and iet nrpetLterorer ** '" T""!?"'" ht r "*" :i& f#" J "re>s ul Democratic'presses 5 'of the North secure Gen. Sc tt'..eled.?and E.c-Gov- her unnecessary and cruel confine .

now, U ever, relying upon the intelligence Who C ler Who. is Page!'You ain't place them. along ''with the lnames| of.tbe. Frett SOil ernor W. F. Johnson, of Pennsylvania, responded ment. I turned away, thinking that she '
the
S of the American people, with an abiding such a plaguy I fool as to ask that in-earnest, candidates for the Presidency*and Vice.Presidency say the Democratic: platform, as regards' on behalfof. his State and assured might'perhaps be a profitable one to her
t confidence in their for self-govern is all already"flJJT. il t1rnvr.iihAh* nni i4flt : tlw
capacity stuff'and ar the
Compromise, Conventnthajohgiyeji.GenteriXTn "f -
sap repented
I that : :
Why knows Page ; .
yrl beer
are body shall
every to whom our support *
and their continued devotion the --- -- "
ment to his
l' t'ti tf i T' r-t1 e 1 i1li TCe inimTnsemajonty; of crinje.n ,_ ., /
Cooe itutlOD-.asia tbeUnfotr. do'prodae1btr '' tenata raVthe aToflonr fumlwir 'Those ,- The Convention, at a quarter before threeo'clock' .irnimm i'- : 1"'iTT nnuTTProceeding
held .office in the State, and kicked Pubtcc uncommitted.toiitwhenJuvraserected.
following u the political,sentiments and Mexicans every all to pieces.. Page4:'Just'as Jf if 'candid teswsth'hc'1igbfs now beioreis.will was: agrerdjo' take .a. recess.. .until..5 of.Town.Couacll.CouRcn. .
.'tfeMrminariomV -'establishment and .Atjwme FJorida, onr.. | ppo- -- "'""
for
WINFIELD SCOTT'of New Jer ; 'Vclocjrm i the evening i : -
I maintenance .which their national organization everybodydidn'tknowPage t" ju : nqts wjjl niember.th ir own After theadjournment, a good deal of Roojff l8IhJBiWlS2.Council .

1i; ; as a party, is effected : Kill Perhaps" said i"i-of,Pierce the speaker's rou'r ttking on,,' seyiX! ,ptibu! ; 19f 'yLrgi byIrtbfCaroina. position,1 i..rietoj' 'rt a forced'can speculation i was,indulged jn relative to who met, pursuant ri't1ttm"1t

It 16: 1';The Government of the United States cmate J f M gf..N. hrnomintrfot.-Ufi VE1P1 i' i1s D.
gently; PjejwvJF/aiik[ p ixftwaatheJcbap .mkJ1 } did.T;th gMbip a't C1i JFftfl1fJ rtY e ,.1'resenF ff r tIenry 1TflaJ, In-
i 91 ai. .i "j&.ja.> oafinedfi ; 'We tie State Contention dency and th* names of Ex-Governor. tendat.ic; 'AA.Vanoa
thafgOt the nomination to-dar!1" ,hope : !, ,'sufrender" td MCoope ; R.
to'the exercise of powers, expessl1r F.rlnte4 .;1J .fS f' be 1 : iatiy 1.t1ie WhigCo'ntentioriigavei'an "J f,m. J *** J
)
ly'thii Cpftstituition, an4 such as may P.ie7cc; Well, i believe it was.0V3 .' '?ariai'thu&"kt'to' 'thej Florid 'delegat on A. Pearce of Maryland, were fr-I.poken ,eilmen.. ,v ,
:; -. necessary and propu' r carrying the powers ortor. rie-.it '!, ,$ rbodyknowPiercer > mmations- .?! cf T." : ; -the- *party, through s'i .,. ? unvarying1'snpport to ',of-in connection i : witb.that[ office? The : '--,The rinU&tof the I last meeting weie'retdandapprpvedi
) Very
,Jr into full .execution, and that air powers not < out theState a becnrningexarnpeoi union, FiiiJaofti Crom,,1 first tlifttanI,I Southern j Delegate' ,,however, ,seemed in*. i .*-i' S. \ '. *
Express I
.
| y : Anally
?*. thus granted or. necCStWily.imp", expre'ssly N-Y. 4 anfoariirtoov.'Snonld'the"Convention, bow clined. to a advance'' the:claims.of, ,the.",.Hon.Wit Upon motion of S. Bumn ton, -thewordi
I.S. reserved to the .States respectively S everdetermne T ; "it. : : "; t i 'jc 4.: -*? 'j it,' were compelled to1iCbol&I General' Scoti the :; c: Dawsw :' J;eorgia.i :.5' "" to "Jinme.diate:'.whicb.bad..been strickeQ out ia

i* and to the people. "" '.f' flOflIllA: ;fillUUUi.IACK8ONVLLEi ; '", froniany: ';". circnmstances' pperattng'.upbn'i -- r omi fe.; >TbV *Dein6cra'iie 'de'egatTon at ; At five'o'clock the':Coiir en tloai 'pursuant( i the Prdinance! relating to ,1 layes.'sec. line

' s *: H a.'Tbe: State Governments shoulabe held > .not to" ferognizejjn"is" ,.ticketlot Bal timore.; uniformlyi,'thou b'aivid d,-ie4! ] to.adj r i'rn menlj're-assembled, ; and :Jon, the. I 4, ipwrted! tr.wbtck jnptionbeing put'waalostayes

,r secure in their reserved rights, and the Gen ]jwtiich there ishariulyi. I! r,) wf to their first 'choicef' and' finally1-'* caved i in'i DelegHI i coming'id'order,,a'resolution ..wasadPpteaTithi ;. f. noel"4". \"J" M'

. ,-: eral, Government sustained !i in ,its'onsti- I stand p1edg d, as'we 'have heretofore,' 'said,,, &tbe .nomination*':-of' "th. hewmah | the'greatest:'enthn'siasnt'ap' "Pn"motion;i :of S..J Biiffingtbn! and seconded r ,
1 should be f r x. ; < oJ' '
;; tutional powers, and, the Union a-S S S iO'kbfJ its; .v4 proving'of ;the Admiriistration' bf'Mr: Fill- the"following Ordiuance.wsjs'passed.nninir
.":T1 ; revered and.Batched over* "the .,palladium Thursday, ,July!\1st, 1852 : ".'S.''( ;, t :action.nee l ': .' ..: "\I..I t fine-: '3 or- K-:' -iaaq J;" a iriore. :,Nine cheers'were then'demanded for inouly'i' I

....'. ol oar libertiesl" : "Ins. almost'superfluous to say that Gener These thinga-wiir.liaTe :to'bend ought Mr. .We bete r, and pst :heartily given' JOttler Ifc'tf onfairtfThat.itshsJlnot' be lawful S for I
. : INo ee'r tifiate'of'b1cat) !i i t'o1'!,i Es fS TT'wl hoi 8s
-- 3. That while: struggling freedom.every j s.it ot our first flomi- bytb now ; having been'restored, tIe Convention any person or persons to tie orfaitenany bone or .
be remembered
in gentlemen
,.'*: wberi..tnh t the;warmest sympathy of the. tate,'or"Ugt.not'ce' of'any\ decrip"tion. fpr'th'e: i'residency-as he'was., not of to so : proceeded to ballot fur the first time fora hones t4 any shaUe trees withia the limits ot said

S," Whig party, we still aidbere to the doctrines ; t iC.n; aregivenprwillhereafter i ; consiileraile l 'portion of the'Whig highly entertained at the dilemmnavof' the nominee.lor the.Vice Presidency with' the town under a penalty of a flue,of one'dollar for.
,be given'until the advertising fee party .each and offence sad that the MAflhal.
Father of his announced every ;
'v- of the Country, as Wiigi-as a fe\v months put an):extinguisher result -y
.- in his Farewell Address of keeping is pad.Sa.id. noticearS l in'.all: caseschargidto of' the South;;' but'it Is the order of the'day may following : UH said Ordinance'carried into effect, and nolle be
our- In ,= ; their hopes,' spread damper several ta said town.'On .- -
1'"I. S l'- r.i.-- ; '' T' i upon. Edward Bate MiMOuri97 posted ia paUlo places
:V selves free from all entangling alliances with i the,person .by.whpm they,.arV_banded"|jn. for parties to be disappointed in the .! leetion"of"th ,
"' "i", M.;' TI>- : >'{t oYer.tbeir. hearts,*and.teach:them to laugh) Wm;A. Graham; North Carolina, '74 "' motion'of S.BdffinctonN: And secnftded,
. : foreign.countries,and pf nev qtvtling ou'r 'APPOINTED-'StyFAR; A {favorites.and, in abiding bydecre 'of
DELEGATES' ; u ". James Afftfarce.tMarjlunil, 32 "' 'That the Ibtendeot appoint. a Board Health
their mouths.
S. stand That *, J ;' ; ,on the oilier side of
to foreignf-ground.
own THE WHK STATECONVENTION
HEARD FROM TO
upon for the
the) of 'tbe'majority of the NauopalC Edward .North Carolina 14 D11ear. r
:.* : to TO ON !,.* / b'b.' *. .. ,. .j; S. ,., Staiily, ,
.Republici"o ,
' our i..ion.as a propagate : 14TH PF JTJLt. MET, TH 'nv nto! 1- in i casewhere" *, -< '- V"the_ necessityhas -' ) i; ; 1 oorgIL' c. Willie P. Mangum, North Carolina, 10 ,Whereupon the following gentlemen were
: pur opinions, or impose on other coun- -an w. : ". t 1 'd'
.* ,. I fcs <1 i- C A to'' John'JCriuentte&.Kentucky; :, 10 appointed and are requested to perform that
? hits our form of government, by artifice or J been":brought r about by fair,anijioperihanded i this '
; LEON. ..COUNTT". :; ,, Several pf.the J leading.Whig. papers p ,, *James Lt'PettigruiSthith'Carolrn ; 8eiJiimes.Cz'JwiesTennessee 5 duty, viz.: :. > ? 5
force, but to teach by example'and:show by., "S J dealing of!that body, we do so.with S : West ol, Pine.etreettoCorpuration.
them -the, Chronicle and $en- ,' Lot.J. : 5 FoMbe Upper Ward,
!
Alexander
brpraartie Stat-arnng ,
i !
Bannerman t .L$ :
. our success, moderation, and, justice, the. Charles. ," 'confidence S thatVe S # bave' 'noplber,rational JohnBeJ"Teltnesset, ''1 ..;4 limits-Dr..A. .S, Baldwin,
.5" blessings of self-government the. advan- : Kenneth. Bembry tineland the;J Savanna.hJZpu6icapppose; :Geo. H. Smith, Walter Kipp.;
, C cWiiams' or practical i .,.alternativ*: Toat t fairdealinghas i Thomas Brown, Fjprida! ,' 3 ,
:> tages of free institutions. % Parkbi.! Laban Rawies, ] the nomiuatioii1ofSCott.; The latter paper Chris A. Williams'Tennessee, 3 Forthe Middle, Ward, all..East. of Pine

'.. :' 4. That where'the )people make and con; Geo.:Wilcox, Thoma'Gaskins, been manifested' { by the' C Convention. in says i its position! has been and ,i is thatpf. the"Gonstilutionai Charles Stuart,:Michigan; 2 street to Market-street- C..Byrne, Geo.ATu11mett .

S :*: trol the Government they should obey its ; R: W, B.: }Hodgson John W Hale, .i its,treatment.of principles' It is known_ that ,,1 Union" party, of Georgia. Thomas G.Pratt. Maryland, ::2 sr:Morris Kiel.For'Eastern'or .
i Constitution laws and treaties IIsiah.Johnsn.a'l '
,, as they
i # Lower Ward from
Mar.
the objections to the nominee for President -r-Crockett!, Tennessee, 1Lalimer ,
this has.been ,
' (
.I;. would retain their self-respect, and the respect R.W. Lavender, Another, .t Convention. of party 1 ket-street to Hojtlin's'Creek-Dr. J. S. Mur-
were not as to his soundness, but.because, -. ,,. Pennsylvania. ,.
.* which claim and will enforce President and Vice Presidents '
they George Morton, Giles"Stewart, called .bytbe; dock, J. E. TpwnseniU Joseph A. Barbee.At .

S ... from foreign powers. i GOT. R. K. Call, 'Dr'Thos.: K.'Leonard, upon.the, vital. ,quesiions which' constitute'" of the Convention, to meet at Milledge- On the second, ballot>the Hon %VxtuaiieA. ai preceding meeting; the following

._. .' 5. Government should be conducted upon J."Maxwell" S'S the'political healing of the ,nation, General yule ontiie15lb pf .July. We have beenan GRAHAM. ,was elected as' the nominee lorthe' I solution was offered by C. M, Cooper, and
Col. J. HrSr Hunter, .
of the strictest and Vice an .almost unanimous '
by
: principles economy revenue SCOTT has been, hitherto silent. It was the Presidency seconded : upon motion thereon, it met with

- *: sufficient for the expenses thereof inS Noah.L.. Thompson, Oliver S. Burroughs, advocate. the policy.o! thii,organization 'v t ,'"tbose States that bad v dagain'lt the unanimous consent of Council) to wit:

5.' time of peace, ought to be mainly derived Dr. G..W.'Call, W L..Thomp on.Dvid'S. explicit j 'demand* of }Southern' f: Whigs.,* as acondition ani only abandoned it when we thought b.m: changing their votes before the Reiotved!, That the new Cemetery baring been

'. <*'.f from a duty on iniHtrts| and not from direct Walker, R. A.Shiner of their".support. of, General' ) .SCOTT,. it i p aeti understanding it; as' ook. result was declared., ... f a gift to the Towa of JaeksonTille by the libersli.I .

'. ; : taxes; and ia levying such duties, sound : that either he should define himself. :upon of third We The nominations. having been. thus con- .y of Capt. C.\Villey hat the Cooacll do offer a
the erection
policy requires A just discrimination, and :Tur i R. Betton, Joseph. jCJisby, ing to a; partv. clnded;' :National Executive Committee was lot (the, choice of Capt. W.) therein of the size

.: ;, : protection from Cr..uJ.by specific duties, D. P. Hogue, Francis Eppes, these questions, or the .Convention which desired a third organization, to select ''a appointed;r and, amid the most enthusiastic id may please, for a family burial ground, and
'to make him
selected him should itself ,before that the Intendent be empowered a
when suitable : so define Union' candidate forPresi- cheers for they nominees the Convention ad-
.5 practicable, whereby encouragement James B. Beard, A. A. Fisher. Constitutional. deed of the same.
10 .>: may be assured to American industry his nomination. The Bahi.moreWhig. Convention dent but we.-sopn.:; _w tba in. pur own journt4.rine.die. 0 Resolved, also, That a vote of thanks le published

;.,. .. equally to all classes and to all pore GAD DEN COUNTY; did.make a declaration.in regard to : to the ia the pablie prints Jacksonville to Capt.
.? tions of the country. Tbe following Delegates, appointed at the, I State the flesh-pots were too tempting Democratic Testimony.The (3.'Wilier, for his liberality to the Corporation ia
those measures before nominating General to allow them to enter into i .t the gift of said Cemetery.
The Constitution in the Democracy any
: 6. vests
: : Congress in Gadsden of ihfTirst held
meeting -one -
..' SCOTT-a declaration sufficiently covering little better editor pi the, Montgomery (Alabama) On motion of M.' Butts, and seconded,
'. -S power to open and repair harbors, and remove such arrangement. We see encouragement -
were in of ,resolutions' to Gazette who member of That the Intendent be and he is hereby author-
.. :; obstructions from nayigable rivers; deputed pursuance the ,doubtful ground, and, with but slight in Georgia-for the "Union" Advertiser.If was a Council

:l-*' auditi i i expedient that Congress shall cx.1r hold the State Convention. in Quincy, on.the modifications. the" ._.form, proposed by. the delegates to Baltimore stampeded, and be. the .Alabama delegation to Baltimore I ,Democratic bed each to have of the the newspapers proceedings of of the town:'.publishedin 'rovided,

ercise that power tcfienctcr tuck improventnts 28th June; but in consideration the una. Vyhig delegates of the .So th. In fact, the of Messrs. Hallett Convention, thus speaks of the intrigue that the expense seall not exceed twenty dollars. .

': are necessary for the common defence nimity expressed for Tallahassee 'as the came, boon companions ana .corruption i of the caucus which Bills presented, and ordered to be paid :
whole of Convention emanates .
platform
k' z. or for the protection and facility of commerce. I & Co. As, N.ens rs.:Toombs;and Stephens
place, and the'14th July as the.time, it is. Fairbanks & Go's bat for Lumber. $22 03
with nations the Stales from the Southern division of the and nominated Pierce and King : '
\V .foreign or among ; party are.reported to have telegraphed in favor of Jot Donation's bill for board of

..'- :?* such improvements being, in every instance, most probable the Gadsden Delegates will was accepted by the North. Other incidents pushing the Union project; and as Mr. Cobb "I'cannot, say,that. my respect,for these pauper 5 60
*, national and general in their character. attend at Tallahassee accordingly: National ConventiOns has5increased since I Approved.
jr" of the proceedings of the Convention. still have a ha d.id it; and more especially and ..AuestV. BLANCHARD
-?r: 7. The Federal and State governments Col. Jnp. W.Johnson John Smith may have witnessed the intrigues workings ,
: ,jr.
; are parts of one system, alike necessary for favorable to the South, transpired-among since the Savannah Georgian seemsto of.its members.-"Honesty; virtue and sound : Clerk 01 Council.

*j,,. ,:: the common, prosperity, peace and security, B. S.Battle' Boiling Baker, them, the ruling out by .Committee. ,on apprehend' scheme may enure to the policy may prevail over the putrid mass'of .

;' -i*. and ought to be regarded alike, with a cor- Capt..Lewis Gregory, Dr..J. H.Verdier, Credentials,5 and subsequently by the Convention benefit of Gen. Scott there ,may be something corruption' which tbey contain,but the struggle C rot Jane.22 ClUn, 1832. ,}
; SPECIAL Msrrao
dial habitual and immovable attachment. John W. S. will be and the and tear
Cowart, Stephens, 'Soil great; wear su ,
of some half dozen Free delegates The minutes of last read
meeting were
behind the"millstone": not as yet intended -
:. Respect lot the authority of each, and aci J. Wooten John C. A.David. tamed in the collision, will'be such, that
. 'Sc i quiescence the constitutional measures of -all, with but one exception, from the for every body to discern. honest people; it is to be feared, will not be and approved.
D. Holland
Honor
t.. each, are 'duties required by the plainest S JirrXKSOK.C00NTT. State of New York- wHo attempted,.by the found in sufficient numbers in future willing Pnsent-His Henry Boulter,

I considerations of national, of State, and of I R. H. Gamble, N. M. Dankins aid of a majority th.e delegates from, that Lad Da ** Proceedings. of the Convention. to s stain their caWin: such a stiuggle.! ntendent.[ and Councilmen Alsop. .Cooper, ,
Juffiington, !
S \". individual welfare. W. H. Arendell Barwick '. It[ would be utterly idle to attempt to convey .
Wiley
S State to supersede the regalar1 ppoil1ted The. Intendent stated that be. bad convened -
8. The series of. acts of the the.most idea of the
; thirty-firs L. I. R. .'Shacke1fo d The subjoined table! will give the resultsof any, remote corruptionand the Council fur the of publrc
. ,5; Congress, commonly known as the compromise Fleming, ; ,. delegaten,'who were ''avowed supporters of fraud that is now attempted to be Carried purpose

! .t or adjustment, (the act for the recovery John P. Cooksey, Dr. Eppes, the Compromise measures including the the several ballots. ; up to the' final ad- out in choice of President-and Vice improvements and other matters which were"

".; of fugitives from labor included,) are received J. A. Townsend, Josepb.Palmer. Fugitive Slave law, and of' the administration journment: President' of the Democratic party.: It is introduced The at last meeting.Ordinance presentedby

:: "., and acquiesced in by the Whigs of the of latter Bal. Scott.Ffllmore.Webster.Crittenden.Choate.: fearful beyond degree. We 'can only hope following was
** COLUMBIA COUNTT. President FILLMORE. These Councilman .Boftin ton and seconded,
S' S United States as a final settlement in pnni" 1st 132 133 29 0 0 that it will not. ucceed;' if it does,.it wouldbe .
'-,, ciple and substance, of the subjects to which Milton J. Bryan, R. C..Denison, delegates were fairly) ,confirmed, in 'their. 2d 133 131 29 0 0 far'better for the party-that the Government for regulating and improving the sidewalksin

**; :". tbev relate; and, so far as these acts are Joseph M. Hull, ,Asa Roberts, seats. In an effort, also, to constitute the 3d 133 131 29 0,0. remain in the..hands of the Whigs a the town of Jacksonville was'' .-
....j.5 concerned, we will maintain them and Insist W m. B. RoSlt S. L.'NibI'tk: committee, on'Kesolutiohs: as to' give an 4tn '13*' 'I37'N"U'. 0 while. longer. They are admitted to be 4 unanrnWUSly. .

*%-- ?! on their strjct enforcement, until time and ex- undue preponderance to the North-by instructing 5th 130 133 30 0 0 venal and corrupt, and 'the evil may. thus AN ORDINANCE for regulating and improving .
in '
the side-walks the town of Jacksonnlle.
-iV shall demonstrate the DCVAL COUNTY. 6th 131 133 29 0 0 itself after white'Speak ." '
necessity cure a
: perience
: SEC. 1. :.Be it ordained by.:the Intendent and
members of the Committee
' to
vote
:/il: /;s further :egislation to guard against the eva- William Alsop James, Winter, 7th 131 133 28 0 0 for yourself Mr. Advertiser, if you Toicn Council of said Town That all owners of

,V;<; ; lion of the laws on the one hand. and the Royal Boulter, G. Cooper Gibbs, according to :-electoral representation of I 8th 133 131 28 0 0 No has ever town property or town Jots shall, within sixty
been
: !T.. '"t" abuse of their powers on the other-not impairing their State, and.not as units representing the 9th 133 131 29 0 0 please. Whig obliged 'to days from this date,make or cause to be made a
; Columbus Drew Miles Price '
admit such in his' good, firm and substantial side-walk in front of
.> ... their present efficiency! to out 10th 135 130 28 ,0 0 corruption own party; as.
carry of the States the South
: sovereignty overruled each and improved lot within said town,
F. C. Barrett S. B. every
Thompson, J JIb 134 131 28 .
;"r ? the requirements of the Constitution ; and 0 0 yon allege in yours. commencing at 'Harand Juliastref"running
:' .we deprecate all further agitation of the H. R. Sadler, jr. Alfred Taylor, and the latter principle was adopted. 12th 134 131 28 .0 0 --Adams-street thence -East .to Hogan-

' ; -:-. quesiions thus settled, as dangerous to ourS J. L. Hogarth, Benjamin Wilson, Last, but not the leant fact ,to be considered. I3lh '134< 130 28 Oi '0 Real. Lift--The Insane. -, Bride. and Belle. stwet; thence North to hat..trfd/thebce Lad
'.": J.;: peace aod wi.l discountenance all efforts tot .. is' the "deliberation! with which the platformwas 14th 133 130 ,29 0 0 to jtfarket-street, thence South tff iorsyth-street,
J. C. Hemming, James Plummer. A dent thence Hast to Washington-street thence Sooth
15th 133 130 29 corre po -of the St.'Louis Intelligencer
| 0 0
, : t >- continue or renew such agitation whenever .
; discussed and adopted and tbe'vote to Bay-street, thence to the point of'commence
::' wherever, or however made-and we will Mifiios COUNTT. 16th. 135 129 28 0 0 who..recently'visited Cincinnati ment. ,
: -
;:;. *t, maintain this settlement as essential to the E. J.HarrisW; D..Sellers, thereupon:being 227 yeas to 65 nays: It 17th 132 131 29 6 "0 Asylum for 'the Insane, gives .this brief ,SF-C.2. Be it further ordained: ,That each and

' ..:; nationality the Whig and the integrity stands: in happy contrast with the 'manner 18th &32 131 28 0 '::0 sketch_ of one, cf its" "inmates : every ride-walk shall be made not Ie
..J Jc:: of the Union. party John Mobley, .' !J."&Jtu'Jf.nd', adopting: the platform in the Democratic' 19th 132 131 29 0'. ,- 0' '" Here; i is' now confined the young, lady feet of wide bard, and gravel made and of good hard 14 inch plank.
or made firm in
J. Pearce running or
':& ** J. G. CHAPMAN, of Maryland. Wm..Cassady,. Convention which took place after the nomination 20th. 132 131 .29. ;!; 0- 0 who'has'sooften been'seen within! _the.past near the,centre of the side walks. already laid.oat.
(CJt '. President of the Whig National Convention. Solomon,Hall, Solomon Moody, 21st 133 .131 28 ,,,. .(),.. ... 0 few yeans promenading' Fourth' street, in by said town. -5, 'S
.
,' >V.: R. A. UPTON, of Louisiana, D. A. McDavid, 'Wiri.Curry; ; u.' amid i the, breaking f up'of the _assembly -' 23-1 '132 130 30 0 0 teiide4or ,.bridal habiliments fantastically Ordinance or persons within refusing the to comply time with it the above
prescribed shall be
1 _: : Secretary of the Whig National CooveaUon.Sir. much noise and and 24th 133 J29 30 : 0" 0'25tb decorated, and inquiring occasionally of :
confusion when
: .' D. ein i a the duty of the Marshal to have said side-walks
Barnes J. O'S
Thomas .
., '
,
., ., 133 128 31 forth failhresa
W
. : CUy largenumberof'.the.inemberi.'had l leftdieroim. '0. ;1,0 piissertfby; : cause ,her too made at the owner or owners'expense and the
-ComttllmenUunr
S : of the Whig C ConvcnUon.Resolutions 'Q. P.:Yelverton,; .MlenB.,M nnden,.- 26tl13.1 12S 30 .0. :.( fatal sorrow.-' She haJ: completed aIonelypilgrimage Marshal be authorized to levy and sell to make

S C. A. Mitchell, Malcomb Galhraitb I ,. .. f'ThevOtehinfavOrof.. :' The L;:Cpmpromise 97tl1 135 128 29' 'I 0 froni' Europe, to unite ,her for said side-walks-' ,M in other eases of taxes.SEC.4 .-
:, -. Mr. Bolts begged leave to to the Convention meajmres i 1 gratifying, in its; 281h"135 J28 : 29' 0": tunes.with her etrothed That all laws or parts of laws repugnant
cay Lewis C. Gaines John L.Stewart. ,top analysis 0":291h thoss.of who bad 'to' the above be, and the 'same. 'is. hereby repealed.
..,: that thift i isthe last great convocation Rev. William Hall. '' :showing that; but 33 votes of the North 134 ,. 1t8', f 29 r"". 0.. 0 lir c ded.er, .h:t'lymontb .or.so.. After a '

of Whigs which will probably take place ern and Eastern 'States were -given ,against 30th 134128 "' 29 0. '. .031st135 weary march; she found him, doing business, The petition of O.'Wood, and other 'citizens i-
li; lifetime of the illustrious nnder -L .J29 and. married.' The' shock .
: during the 28. I 0 0 deprived her of ,:j in relation to certain and
p and he did believe Jtift Sentinel the desire and them-the remainder of the 65 being! 'from ..3211' 130 128" 29 her a. building
the 'not ex r'
of whig palty; expresses O reas-iii. Every pnssiug day is, :since; its inmates being a nnis n e was presented
there was a Whig in the Convention or in pectation the part;of the Middle,'that the West, Finally, }we 'have the,fact that, 3311 1301 128 29"1" -'. 0 iniicatqdb1' .her disordered: fancy,as the one whereupon the ,Marshal ,was; ordered to;

t the Union, who would desire this Convention the Delegates' of the State l to'the; Baltimore after, the.long struggle ,pf fifty-threeballot- 3.atb 134.r. J26 ..28. .4#: ::. 0 npon which her" Henry" is cbmnig to fulfil bringrthelparties!I before the lutendeot for a
,
.
i., should adjourn without its .',. ,. ., 351h 136 )27 29 0. his vowfs'Biid herself
' expression sentiments I' 03Bth'136 she"arfuyn in meet
p Convention, will attend the"State Convention ings,'D on which General SCOTT was noniinaftd : -, '. .h anng. 5' .,.
iu relation to that dying patriot.S 121"29' 0' 0 him iLC onJ llgIY.- Her nightly Mppofnt.tn.e The

The r aolut'C' \.. submitted by M. Botts as far as .may comportwith: > convenience and after,the whole' 'SOuth bad/man' 37tb .138 ." 127 ;'29' : 0 ;" '. 0 l yields! earlyto.a.h igIH! r.hope for.the Councll.baT.lOg no further business.. ,

. ;, were then read as follows: to report their action -and'give.' 'expression ,fully, i ,si, ''1dei' (.r Mr", FIIXMORE. .'and'. a:portion i 381h ,J36, 127". 29 .,0 .0 morrow, and thus her bt-clouded existence is adjourned.. Attest BLANCHARD: ",.
'
Retained That this Convention representing to tbeir views: '" : li, :of .the,Virginia delegation bad gone 39lb .134 128 '30 ; 0. ,. .040th'134 weirhigaway. When' called i at her room _._Clerk: of Council. .

the whole Whig party of the United over to the patriotic; son.of their State; and 128 30 0''. : 1418t she was not- dress d:in'h'e'r usual 'paraphernalia. --- ----.
States feel that it will not have discharged From the West. : 133 129" "32' 0 O '" .,.; Upon being .informed that a gentleman J Tribute of Respect.. ''

dnty to itself, to the paoj- it represents nomination was accomplished changesin 42d. 133 129. 29' 0 .: 0 ,wished! to t6ee, herjno.earthljJnJucemeats I S : .: -

'.-t:;': ,, and to the country at large i it (From the Marisnna Whig of 12th Jane.] ,i ,his!.favor. .Westernvptes} delegates! A3d, 134 ,128 'J' 3.0, O.;:" 0 coiiId prevailon her to, appear until .COUTXBU LODOS F. &A.MASOKS, No.27,
should without all'.of: tbeVSouthero 4lth,134 .1.128. 30 after she had elabbiately 5; _.- .:.Jae.6,.l 52TA-1fl3 2.'l'Wbere
: adjourn an expression its A 8TATECO4VENTIOt. presenting : States-our I .,O >,s' 045th'134 .arrayed herself tha'shrine'of :?
) { i has
profound regretat the irreparable bereavement r cWARD for.'.'Florida for. 128' "3.0" 0 O'46tf'IU with eve single;device. and adornmehfpf) ; : Friendinip ,,agsjabeen'fnrbkedthe
speaking
the nation likely soon to sustain ,in We publish in & er.pI f m the, prp* gallant '' J21' o/f:311: ,' .Sl'O ) '0'47tb her; fanciful, costuiie ..Sbe'eviilentryiimaKinedtbat } band, ..of,Affection.;,is P\
'le"1 themselves and bt1bhalf" of their .
I'J 1 the loss of Henry Clay, the illustrious ceedings of tbe'Dural" county Whig meeting, delegatjonvgajre ,135.s I12S d '29) : 0 'il 1)!; ( the object of her long expectation required' .io perform the sad office, of recording

founder of our party,.whose, .consistency in'which the holding of'a-State' Convention ,I In i their'i adhesion to the'nomineeTjp"tftTj'delair6hould 48tb 137.'I 124jf 307 0 ;" 0'49th.I39,322 hadarrived' ( ; .andQnen ,at last she met me, the existence of a'votd.that,'tota6se! more closely

.'" ,f his principles, fidelity ,t? his,friends, devotion recommended early JulyJ'JThe 'oVnitiel -, ; be add>l,'that Genera ,30"1. ..,.n 0 t'.'' 0. manifested her disappojhtme'iit'ib'a: 'way that connectedcan"never be supplied;the heart.ofthifwi'doVis

q f' ..1. ;-.:. to his country, who erge] ad suggests i&J l ter day tbanJbe.one: mentioned SCOTT,.ia a despatch to the Comonntio, ,'Ei- 5(1'tbI142.r"122.. "'o : 0'518t'H2. was any thing but flattering to'b'eY r'"llItor." madej'to: 'bleedinJcoatemplaUon of

.1.: .4.,. "bandle pioti and' whos pre-eminent nt -the 14thsp that.the proceedings of pressed; his'acceptance' of'the romihatiblri ; ,120.01.t 29;' 0 'i"(" "'052ilmi48rr JI '' The same'correspondent furnishes the to\-\ the desolation Jthat the' pat' CI Architect of tt.Uaierse"haeen .
; ,lI8-ri26.! 0" ,: '
\ ; meet.'to
: only endeared the National Convention 'may.;be & 'o:0 lowingi&vi--, .t fj.' "C't/'f "i'I; scatter'iiroMd, her jtbelielpiesj
. 1" him a his party an secured the res- upon; The srecbmmehdatpnr! >iu et 'o\ir "with. _the platform, of,principlet L'wtiicJftfieConvention dn ': 'Jl; 1.:2141: ,: ; ::0; '. orphans,'thoaghV.not s fflciently matured
.. J\5\ber :abject .of
'
.n ingalart is .l
: ; .L .A 4 r interest
,;! ,.': pect and n6enc of nation'but have hearty concurrence We .can'safely prom. 'has, {ail dovm.i- ,JBut., -i cue T .r thedeveItement b .un.tne .fniDwiptwe. excitement, was intense Mrs. M lwhp in years seem instinctively.to feel that soms
; i was fprmerly known
j -
II"; ::;.,'i'i.:;:- 5 commanded tb alm&lon ise, that...this ..portiD'of .the,West wiLl.be 1 touching his .0pI lO/*...uponpendingJssues.remains j and it was somewhat' heighepedwhst1aJneor&T. '.belle of" :Madison.. She does ,not.aeem as the 'deep calamity baa been,visited npoa 'them; theofices

;- : bis Rw, t. veocrablepatriot inl'rl fully 1 represented, kn1theConyentiop.0' CO:. (to; be 'presented. : Waro, or. Florlda/leclar- now to' be over'twei ty-Ioitr 'of, 'of1ebari4eLl.jjths., linked
: ;
: t tender years
; ; tbiliotnale.of The ing thar his State, +"eTeras'jowwould age Ue that"binds Ord
that
same paperf'aiater dafepontainisCsU Not long after her 1n''holybsrmony an. r
;3 ; :': 'pat inexpressible, sympathy'and regard, i. >i .-. !i< : ._ i< bis declaration of principles'isOjd In' voteforlMrjrFillmorel: : to wrfi1pftjhe53dbalktGen.iiWiNniLD marriage,1 her father!iel, hare' '
: el'1 justly knows rio'-TiperiKr,. been feelingly andcpnsoliagly
and
,et: : with the that when'he' .for toe yvnigs)oj .Jackson .county to ; I very,soon thereafter*her husband also, '
promised
.be
no : iletferpf! r.acceptance n lengtht. as ;
;, 4..5 .;;,. more on earth, $our hearts .arid may in"the meet, ., ,.it... ..their' respective precincts to appointDelegates 'we. learn from the letter J '0 Hon.'Wm.; sfjircheyp r ceJ..!#.df'tbe' nominati i9n. ..;The,;Southern SCOTT The for the double blow was\too heavily charged bandi! }bare accorded.Stranger laid ; '. lifeleiu! ,. though_ ,Brotber -
"'. ..: biaitsofourchildren fee.will never die. to the Convention- 't f ) ;, : .... ._... States however"air! tenderness of bee affections. and.,.de.: tth. .' -.clay- within....the'bosom .
.I. : '::, t.: The resolutions w t."r ; seniedtpjlieCpVyeUfider ; ; 1.S... 1\ ; stood firm for Mr.,Fillmore throned her.Reason'.'forever. With "eoun-, ., of iU,mpUief Ea ih" ,the t aj/pf,winiang -
'with
unanimously passed tffexc '
- : : r :>We:.take the '(ollowfurl also"roM,'theTr ptiOii of Virginia 'which l; '
.. : tthese circumstances w.t !the tenance the most beautiful I bav'e'ever seed, y baye"mingted with th o aor, tonewiac.
,
bysitandinyote hope-
;;r 'll'* 1- Slate cast B. oteV"for<3err.'
-' '1;'' : ; o __ : :; 'Jv-_ *' : Scott, 6 !-for-Mr. shesitslmoetmction1cu; from day today, bumahity. .Wewme.tho lat sad traces of
willfully
I I .1 r State Convention '
: = .'. : ralify the.nbrni Fillmore and 1 blank. ,y,, !J ;. inexpressible sadness ,. earth'and': '
H'rS1. beaming from'besoft' friends -
c : tc., Cojiiiyio.Wewould ; :. and, r.c1 eeadsto. .:
Wnat's-bts.Nsznef '
Kr; S f" nations, both for.Flresidtnt't'Bod'Vjce ,'Purest Tle) rtsult having been declared a Dele-- : .lustrous '
.
,eyes while tba: spring Wsome 'poor'aolaeejto
IUAAes .,to be"JIJIteJrt counties .West that .4' whole up ,, tbosa wkot*
: 'I from.Aiabama .
.1 : '
gate
,0&r'i1 S PrtUt'GtDtnl1: ,,Cass's" special they promptly hold meetings for the appointment & &?%$&,$*< .Nati'bnali,Whig party | .b.edecl8redj raored that th* tfbmina1 ej're ioii'of'' her, face onveys if, I inay so beaijs: the pang.must bearl.These: reflections

.Irrt' "J; organ, at Itlt'runs'""UI'h'baw! ol of'Delegatef! io. the;tiwisjtiopivtatiorv ,Ve.sbal| ,.'w. repeat in.that, case,'giv. those tl .Against theunanmouscbojceofthCOrivnion. this the:Hon.AV. speakja' 'r intensified sweetness and Uvi'beea:createdbjrthej'decease; ia this eouaty

1.:. ": "*&.klia P ,I'. as 'i its.'candidate! for Itbe n.t. pfVnbmMajioa bytthejN n.mna! o .-bur''.zealous'.and 1'I d'eypted'suppprt L.'Dayt n.'pl.4Pftw JersVappealed;'when resignation.: She :never speaks l yields on the' 1st day of April, 12'ofDhsi,, WNALflCtRMURo5 -
'
..I "-4 the Presidency! :Biztit3riltpmbablJfind:! ; tional Convention, pf ;,un4idatofonJbe' )' "Ve areTdnscious Genl Mr.JohnRou'tb'of tLiuisia ifl5I4flCtjvelytO.everysugggjon intima tio. ?,Sooth
that behalf
) S a'on' of
,It. f. ",'er long, that tbmiii'nhbe: cognomen Prewdency whose soundness .upon cpnstitutional .' .; 'af 1ii&d : ;qij j"somewba. bia. State,'declared ;that tbe'.DeIt"pte.s; from ,tlo5i/any kind from \the keepers,and sig CarbliAa, aged, about 62 .years.r He ,bas 1$A .awldoVan4t
jl ; >
t ; of tbe'gentlema.awho'sadlyput k fuorit. wsues$ >/questionable, important. .. I at.; vaniagejn.funninsimthe ; } $ence,werflijUnanimpusly in.rfavor-of 'the nifie-rpnly affirmative negaitvereplies,by I Mrerall.childrea-19 aionrn,to them,

:{ candidate's nose out of joint, the othr day, Siate'nn'.may1 be ome4pesary.! VYp ,;S uth ,-. '. uiou Jy.':have; Southern' nominee., !! .*: smotioii'of.ibebead.pe'fect! a pictureof their said, bVrearement, t aDd as a.testimony of
t of V -r h : deep,Unutterable
theW r
d "' !
the
ara 911d.hare} a say .matter. Whigs hoped i1 for:the 11 "' sorrow.Iifiad'niiverbe '
: 1 Bbmort\ft 'I Domination of FiutttL .- ;Atfihis'stagof thsTproceedings! Ex Go-fo. fore .our lovd.est.en to pur departed BrotheFJorebii >
is related to nij T :one wlo If the soundcess r.1P nominee be seep or been..abJe
> Linagine.I feel
y not Mo' ;
questionable .ncl ernor James C.
"Aprop" ; o cunninglybaeour ttsOug 'Jon S of Tnneweei.Inform' : rwo/cet/:That 111 th deathof
!I at the 'ume, that, on the evening we WOB U ;i4OUbtCZC; dinglytbepolofboJtiug oppon .ed the Convention 5 ?Jf Otu? .be 4 likely? haunt me,''Ol a
t,1,. 4'1' : of 'ihe !. : thsnomninauo. ,.impJ1be-; 'rJa p1ce t ?Tt"iQ'a worse'posisJtion.th'an 1 ( Gen. 'tbatl'beFhadreceived la month' to come; .Tbisunfortunte" lady.i Brother Mardook, thft. eommur'\:bare l'lost.'..aaIndusirrous

t i ; ; enthusiastic .olDton'tt'W'afd: 8th cause.g5 v u ,krpughtawut through the;infiaeac a porUprt,of,the.Southern':Whigs |hirnto l5.ro: thank tbe.CoInti eottjl :which hejjdesired tyronoutteed' iacurable.' ''"'," 'aod exemplary citasen, bU aoqaalat*

: ;17-tJ: Ward,'>a 'Vaporing, .(gassiogrlowingijdm ..... *.of;.bad company.. The worst of jjnfsirumeuts hava heretofore regarded bim'.'l!This-device i, reposed'in 'hibt/ i.z4'Q'to'for[ t I.' cpnfidence wThere. ''is another beautiful Tounr"w62 sees:WftiItafttllW his;:fiflisklo,4ag }
r I .call it ) iii bar-room sibcrbt used fr the Bata llwt he nberevbQnn4er (eeU ist.'bisbd wot father,;Jwbose'najnt: aad
I j a' tbt supertiefllcnc are freqaentfy accom b : n < tt. promise. 7ofmarri-
; their
' ... i, will J'in'the indrtd| :'foanil nbt.'tj : accepted 6 f inati n; tHd p'prO..edf .
' ( of the D selectiohTand6ftrinc7'any pJ me ob'j.b .pr.e 4 P' &a4 '" o i age a mtll1or(1ri1f JlI'b held ia fon4 rememiraaoi
Cn' <: '-tf.lS-! Nvi'v 'b' ,; C >-"#5pqpAt "j.-fr the tr nnwhJcbJb) been mP.a'liei' young' : wan- Iromber |
, !t.lJdE! / fO bets 'that "Fan .ltl.'r.\h. pemoeratie noBjiaeesarefoiM-4 >. ,. IP.1"...:' t ,' fbi'i p 4d6jte4) by'theT latber' residence tu'Ilinois to ( tW Masonlo Fraternfly& S'lraV"Masonand: oat of

I ;:l. ;i; would b. elected fP"! "/ l .." i incomy rflot>ickedlyjjjn; feaod..un, mistaken, the.most jubilant!ib*Democracy i: .2JP f 99rf6T7/sfee4* iW,3k wns':b redesertedvb, bii" ia :ibfllS Its bgtiItrnaenta.Resolved .' ** "*. ; .I'.

; ,& :' ti."yetewill'iclaim.dbsexcited! i sdund .&"ttI! is p nfu ly apparent btqQitieceivmnj forebode that".GIft,l Pi *d,',Jjf"!rice I great'applsus, J 'np st q tybichliaying pe.o&teeelfecl.w,ubsideJQeo t btJ iapnecofth:: *.most furious and tI'ftcOn'1 That these'-renlaUpns.b signed.by .

I f J. : !I"H wjlland no ciisaka t i |p 1 uttlobal ominaJuous can,Jf.u _t\f withGeDeratiScoTtls| l to.beun &BryAbEq; .V of Charieston ; S.BcV're. trujiable iatescf: e. ll1 t4Wbez the Ip*"ofltceti'f the LodgeTaod rtcoried.
t
i' -ti: f 'at.- Hs'i'bound' t te ? tcl;'a f' JuppQ4f3fgnsoun4 emtnti'W ;'I JS3iW>jrti .l.* i 'tl' Li--.l'j4i ; stpoodU oothebehalf of 'Sbath'CarolU* bet cell d90 was;ppend. shewas) ai3 and thai copies'Uie'riof b tran mitted to ia. ptatlves
< '
itr"b
I :il Il Jt tt1411/ ._ )"ona, cvi _rt. o1the.Sttswill ; e : n.4 1 ; I 't fnD1 l\iridoW': kto eT af the'-trpa (fastenings. of"our deceased Brotner'ancLlotWN. >Trs
j 1 flly iu4vse4 :tenosV bttberlppl4 Cbipp. J ; A Gtaerat 'of (' ""Sfrt 3 '
ILbUt1twflL
<: .
(ro
'aa4'Bip1i'UcU'i&Jdb
ScOtt
j .WhP'i' ha4 edomed puiO&Uo.
!
tbe.
tlli .
: J .. tfortDt Sooth..Cai'oU .
HF IItl! rl ra.,1 Tozr4jhc l49f.1w .. IlK&4 I&"PW" ,.,. D. iI"Ir. '.du .oJ : .Mnl avs,1C'ill nme"btr'. that Geaerawt aend:, o,8'N"G..J.,!. tt..n uta., '. ,. : 1:She.!tUrfle&-ppit*;m. .itltt.r"n'tfejatb r ""'vlrALt' l.utE 1tBAn w.M S

')', .': .'.. i. ,. .,, .. ., Vi'' ,j t t' 1't'.jI-, 'P".I.1' il J i .ff.t14.; **'f104[ ** >;* .th f/f w#** .' 'j tf .)1Q:1.. tn ) I'f.J"werta.tItL. S ,I. h1ib |Jndiaedl metdb;& l mi; : ;.t.i .H-

t' .i '1l r,
; .1 : I
t
.
.I' .
;'f 4)) ,



II$l S S .5 -. *' 4
-
'-----



I .. i / .



i .

-.. _. _..u MAat&r' '- :: .- --- .:.: = -. -": ""' : 'I'Im 7 u# f.\ -;:""" : ] J I If 'JI h
; -- -
. g
-. .

-------------i'Animprovement able- article-.in"ref efeneeloJ; the. 'V BSTER'[ NARY :: rChorieilo i ziiii.e; : rr i

J as- .' .1iL1flh1IWFAICES'tURiT: : A.L.: A11'JD 'F I ttfj; aBd. Florida "H'JJU" 1'O.IBOUSJ .
" .
of the St. JohnfrBar cannection \ ( IT ; |.-"-;'_- .:, I. xThe iiR-' tttua'VD.iTi1.
J .
yrith the tine interest of East Florida ;tTK ',subscriber'1nOwe1; j1ii's Store .', ,ClasslcalindEngthliliStltute .ftplendl riiw Paket-stsame W
ENTUWQRWA1 E 1 ,THE ,. a-<- -PM--o '', lu
'ItO'.R""D ;
as well as the State at large, from the InOne, ., .' ;oTIMESthe .' I :. "'Forsyth-street" a'general.assortment. ", AcKvILLEpLoaiDA.;, : : : A .- u *. bd.&eeOalaodaUoa mild

pen of our correspondent B.," will be DrcJtaeiftgTRtEE M Ue t.ia.' ; I 11 DRUGSOJJLS, 'PAINTSf N fF..:? ROWPN, :P ri n.c: i"pa. 1. :liCOXE ER '.9! \A.W.Jiiit to the I. BUFFIP.rQr, for sIngle pcefflj.. ;.' -at.Lbo *
other 'HoUs1 ,
Eugiah DietioeiqcoplI,4"
v; .ll" : ; now, : M the :
regularly
a MtoB
found on the first page of to.day'e paper. < _' '.* 1 s"I ..- aDu'-, 1. I .- ; rAD' : \ M IS Line between Charleston Savannah TJ.b commodious estabIisbns wa completed
.' -? k % W : = cn o a y > eXperience
in'hlng'hu concluded o. 1
O. & C.Merriam t ; an) ttae'John'-river.
gflelcL I t e- the ,nrstda geto IU
IDE AORICULTVRE-Thutew- his The "lot ; ..k ..
NCXT IN In.'hls"place and following
A M 'TSnTB GREAT CAHlt tabllh .Schedule baa bee. ado&e: which

ard on board a United :peveral tat 's steamer,,of in 1 4a4... l ., _: ::.nC'Y. ., 7 '\ J.'- v lDtt_ the be puljJle his constant to call add effort test to its cultivate raetul1 the showi varioujor the hours, of-sryjyj- and-departartat-, r the lag feet front received'wi h an plana addition running of about this satire 1'. hu4re teizgti.

the Gulf, haa ptudiieed crops TZITIJI0NIALR.- ;;He Invites the attention of Merchants, Phyri- friendship and esteem of his pupils;And to'Instil Leave Charleston'e e;Tuesday at 12 o'clock : front MdMr>aakinr ftas otaf rUbte*,ony

exellent potatoes by the following mode of 44' clans, and the community to his tnk"wit the those principles which tend t develop the hum&n Leave Savannah every Wednesday at 4 "*. r.n.n House in the!South; and affordtof aeeeniMda.

cultivftttofl"IIc : Etymological part lurpauet any thing that assurance tat the articles will foun h inunect and to refine ,. < -. Leave Jacksonville 10 M .. .lions- for over one hundred and.ftfty personA fl
b t hea .a < every Thursday at A. '
hat bcn done for th* Lanyuogt. fresh. Of and at Without be.r/g; in 'The ber her would saymor ,,
crockery crate,' a bundle BfI ,. ,. p qualty. prices a the'lnsiii. Leave Pioolata every Thursday at' 'J 2 P. M< those,
procured a W Tuitinf tbe'Setith torhealOiTaBd theienof
they caa any market of the South tuto will be conducted on religious ," .. i ?':KTMWOs',- s' -
i -
anJ a few of the potatoe, and country.; t By a most prciple. eI of Oq eligbtCa1 Ii.a bs&ase
.of straw, eyes thorough system of rvew. ad er- Leave Palatk every Friday;a' ,ua 7, 4.k: 0
\ enttO work farming it on board ship! The : *rH orruasCheiving &aon.which experience &suggested, the Leave Pieolata every Friday, at -.'10.t5A.M. monte IheIrespI comror and has made hirrsge-

of cultivating them Js this. : -Fill Tobacco de Cigars, Old Liquors faU.r. .himself i that Knowledge .once Leave-Jacksonville every Friday at 3 a'. *.: testable to-maw an who mal guys him a calL:com r j,
process audWluea. acquired, ,. :;:. Leave u4ell eared fbr- T't
la'enlof straw and Stationery, Fine Cntleryc cDnt.bJos J. : Savannah every Saturday at 9 A.'K.LTie. .
alternate
with TbeTailabi .
your crate commencing at the 11 : ) :Jewelryr&c.fe..', ... Grt t a paeredm:the. : of .Florida bs been built- under the special Ihouse._ -,., S&a-'Acatila 1 at' ba tl 1
the eyes of the potaioe, 'TheLADIES win find, he thinks,1many articles heath.and beauty bUt pareats .wish snperiatendeaee of CaptJ-Coxetter her speed -. : AM .
.
bottom with a layer of about six inches in I adapted to tbe rwat. sad tastes-all of which he! ? ?send thef. fclMr lrbome, as no'painswill : and aceommodatlon fot: passengers are'laauf' : L'tU NJm5 :,\ 1

depth nf straw, and then a layer of theeyrsthe : will be glad to exhibit and sell for v : be spared. 1 p "rldl their comfort mdenjoymenU. passed by any boat lY.rp1aced.on the St.'John's, .Much- 18. 18SI.-6": .T PaoflUTOa. ,
\ about two will have; in few C4S. Might and passage M low as by any other line. I. _
eyes being placed ;& daJ. a .te SODA The he '1" AltoubbincJntelUeucel "
discipline
inches apart over the surface of the straw- I "Every icholar knows its ralae." FOUNTAIN. ndi keep a constant, supply. of and. perttaisive.. '. iie.-though_ ,- mild' plying&ny. further Jko either. information or the undersigned can be obtained agents by ap-' ( 1'he- Cash .,8 teml.Ado teAl! .

then another layer of braw on the top. 80DA'WATR The coarse of instraeUon Include al the.branches t 'J-w. CALDWELL; Charleston: .atth.newGtoCEg. n PROVLQ4 S'ICJllE
and, of and flavor: of a thoroughflni.bed' English .I i'! fE.WBUKEft5ayanhah. the
the straw always moist and in H .out yp vr Educton. Subscriber,In'the city of'I
Keep jane JOHN M.PAYNE. and a full preparation for anyCollege .
.1 BELLECUASSEki FINNEGAN 'r'j' 'JscksoDvillell '
will tare about f 314 woith A cl. r ; .. r't
mouths
two you of tbe 'first water.. ""; ENGLISH. STUDIES. .- '-,>* r J \---1,. HAViNM Just received and opened my'1sgs
.t
sound ? / R.RREl
of good potatoes AN'ED.-One C &. .
or two
Stock
W. good.'dARPETR Orthography Reading Penmansiip'Phoog. "-' of Good,selected with
I A -a jrBCZssrrr roma to whom ; ; Maroh31-3m' "
w -- good raphy ;Grammar Geography; Ancient and Modern express reference to the demands ot thU Market. 1 .w.
Arrival at the Baffin Eton House. given, for a .considerable time Histor Rhetoric Book-Keeping; Composition ,'.- The steamer THORN will 1 tab pleasure in informing the eitlzen,/of.thta t J '
insured. Apply at this
place
June and
ffce 2 ; Leave surronndingcounsry, that they" now
Botnyj ; Jacksonville on ever* j.
8. BUFFISGTOS, PROPRIETOR. Music,Drawing Voca j- ready for sale,at remarkably low rates for CASh! 1. .
State of Florida, Circuit Court. Marion .' hllda1".m rniDg at 8 'm.., forEnterprise, only An eJutmoraWoa ofcthe
Cojuity.Littleton .' SCIENTIFIC COURSE. onchlvg at Pieolata at & past 12 p. m., and leave i leswith..hch Store is multitll m..Mt.1I"

June 22. Mr.Capt.AflenCbarlCstOll.Chambers, do. d ; .1nt Moral, Philosophy latka.londay' at 8 a. m., arrive at Enterprise unnecessary suffice my It to at l\ave everyt .J,
\ BLw. Uectu ; at .
before
S.L.NiblaekAllig'tor.
and Tuesday 10 Leave
;
'Diction p. m ; same day thing (save desired.
-.. June 27. &EUABLS ; ; Geology.. at I for dry goods) ir of .1 .
T. S. Haughton, p. m. Pilatka there
arriving Wednesday '
rlttTS.
Fsnulysupties. .. \
,
Mrs. C. Taylor, Tetas. D.,Johnson, I r ,, 'lI.T. f
June 24. Mrs. Hendricks and 2 Fraellt.Johnson, } Bill In.Chancery. MATHEMATICAL COURSE. morning;gaintouching i at PicolaU _2 p. m., Jacksonville. Fla., .'eb. J9.1St'2.-tr. 1

t1 4. U.fT Groves. do.'ebiJd.a, T.XM. Wiiam Lastinger, Arthmeti Algebra; Geometry; Trgnome ana>rnveai landed Jacksonville at any point same on the clay river.Way passengers '-I..t.D..tactt1vIcU t

June 26. June 23. Joh Johnson ; llensura.tionj Gea- For passage or freight apply ou board. Fresh Clams, L'obst< rs & Salmon. J n'

Hon.l. H. 13ronson F. M. McCarthy Lnguaj"P IT appearing t the satisfaction of the CO'r etry; Differential Calculus. lP. K-Tb. days that the THORN is unem- f|WE subscifberhason hand just received from i

St. Augustine. Orange prthgsF1a. by affidavit this case filed, that the .ve CLASSICALcOURSE.( s yed at Jacksonville wilUbe appropiated for naed defendant William Laskinger, resides be- [wing vessels to sea or in' the river or for ries, in Cans put fort keeping. v J 2
They
I Ear Discuses. Deafness RadicallyCured. AOES yonche limits of the State of Florida to wit: in Latin; Greek; German;.French. towing rafts, should any : .fresh and wif. continue for along are time-In f erfectly. 1 1 1 '

of on motion of M. A coursof Lectures will be delivered during offer.Feb.l9.135Mm;. a state of probation,being J U.
hermetically staled-
LE BRUNN offers to those suffering Georga-Therefore. 4'
-Dr. Whit the 'I
the Philosophy and The
Complainant, year upon Chpmitr. :They are an excellent article for family being
his infallible AURAL REMEDIES it is ordered that the said William be .with a NEW HACK LINE fine t4 tit
from Deafness Dfendant. Shol wi furnhe appa- I I a relish for a regular meal or for luncheon. :
'i
t
I which have been successful in nearly Lastinger, do appear and Bi of ratu. will opportunities for becoming From Allkator Ocala. 'Florida. They are unMasoneO, 00 that seasoning can be
7 Cmplaint. according to law,or the same be acquainted with Science. and. n_the__ uracticaloperatfon _____ -- -- applied according to taste.. For sale.'at CO santa 1'14. .
THKCE T.HOUSAHD CASES of confirmed Deafness. of cofeld against him. : of U. laws. : The subscriber takes this methodS per can, by S. S..TYLER" 'N. .oJ

jj These reixedics hare been pronounced by Dr. etc. And it further ordered,that a copy oUhs or- The Academic year will be divided into four informing the publio that he baa Monroe,between Pine and Laura its. of .'L'

Kramer, of Beilin Hard and Deleao of Paris 1 doubt der be published in some and quarters of eleven weeks each. Student may enter 11.. Lu ... 'ooi'ul operation upon this route comfortable may '- Jacksonville ]> ?I
newspapr.
I. and Curtis, Pitcher Yearsby of London as the published i said Ciruit for four after the commencement. of Iuarter. and and safe two-horse HACK, which run '1!
months. from the time of .in concectioa with' the Eastern Notice ., .
effectual for di- THOMAS DOUGLAS, be charged only and -Western : t 4.
wonderful and ever applied the able hands it passed
j
< most of the internal and middle ear. They ments fo h Judge &c., &0. TERMS Stages from Alligator to Newnansville, and to SIX MONTHS after date I will present my :-.u :
.
teases three different courses for the various ough June 224,A. D. 1852. June 24 Ocala by M li icanopy, twice a week:leaving Alli- and vouchers to the lion. Court of .. i
comprise Board and Tuition including fuel. and Probate of Hamilton
I gator on Mondays and Thursdays upon the arrival county and ask to be discharged I
; diseases that effect the external middle and In- NEW GOODS. washing per Session ofle-months, $ 2 0 of the Eastern Stages and-run throdgh to from the administration the estate of 'j''
If the disease is confined to the cx- extra S.
$ tcraal ear. German or French 0 Ocala so as to connect the Stages from Palatka to Susannah Lowe late of Hamilton eoantydeceas .
v. ternal ear, their affects are apparent on the fifthor Music (including use of Piano) 15 0 Tampa Bay, and ed. J '
on Tuesday
Friday nights.lie
Dr. LK B. warrants a cure in, every .
sixth day. G. W. Fancy Drawing 5 JOHN W. j IS 13
0 would, further assure who LOWE
passengers may
I where the is in its formation.He BATON 43 *
case, year perfect Painting in Water Colors 9
certificates from those who had DEFiKixa DICTIOXABT the English Bay-street, four 111. Joseph 0 take his line at Alligator or Ocala that if they ? Administrstor. f "
f has eighteen BET i 'IOil I 12 By WHIT
FI.negan'., 0 desire-to proceed on to Black Creek they shall SMITh t ti 1"
whose is
bearing now
from ,
\ been deal infancy Language. Including Inructon.m Perspective from be accommodated with comfortable H Attorn" .
conveyance
co-npktely restored and who are now enabled to JUST RECEIVED per Steamers from ture. Alligator, F 23, 1832.Notice.. 12-Cm 4 "I
j, HAS at reasonable rates of fare, as If the limo continued mar
I I
the Over twenty-seven hundred North and assortmentof advance. ------ J1 :
learn language. new splendid (Payable qua.rtrly.m ) through to that point. : -
cases of Deafness have been successfully henlctt by /toa ( Q12 Fancy and Staple, Spring and Summer FOR DAY STUDENTS. Every attention within his power, as to the 1
'
him. Certificates to that effect may be eeen on DRY GOODS. .months after date 1 will t
present account
comfort of of my
and the safety baggage -
passengers S
a
ACCTKATB and RELIABLE giving just English Studies and Mathematics $10 3
application. i HOSIERY GLOVES & SMALL WARES 12 0 will be rendered and he most respectfully as Administrator the Estate of Wm. i
Patients, by sending a few particulars of their exhibition of the L" with an assortment or Dress Goods, &c.Af..SO &,. Including. Latin the Scientific and Greek.Course,- -- 15 0 solicits a share of the public patonage.C1IA1LLES Johnson deceased to the Hon. Judge of Probate t
case, can hare remedies sent to any port. Terms : t 0 F. FITCHETT. for Columbia County, and ask for a final settlement '1
Five dollars consultation fee ten dollars when (Payable uarly.ln advance.) and allowance of she of discharge f.
; JEWELRY, SHOES GENTLEMEPJ'SPARISMADE A liberal for pupils in Newnansville April?, 1852. 15-3 m- le. and my ,
the hearing is restored to its originacutenfti.. BOOTS.ALSO from the administration of said Estate. .. .
N. B.-Dr. LK BRUNN'S'Tre/ifiseonfA Ear the .Primary studies. Address} GREEN JOHNSON. t .
4. F.BROWN. 1i
and Diseases, an4 Treatment of the Deaf and An Assortment of Gentlemen' Ready-made E.L.HAERISON.&CO. Administrator. !
Dumb,"-translated from the 'rench-Price one References.Hon. Alligator,Jan.8, 1852. 6u*. '1"-
CLOTHING.June ON BAY STREET, FRONTING LED- 11
dollar. WILLARD HALL, Rev. S. R. WTNKOOP, WITH'S BRICK BUILDING. Notice. !
Address Dr. LE BRUNN Union Square New 10 2m Rev. CORY CHAMBERS, Capt. H. B. NO. ES- LL ...
i York. apl 2.m 4'THE MOST COML ACCAT James W. Wilmington Dr. MILLER Brandywine Village JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. A PE1tOSbsvinganydamndaaginstthe Yn .
Del' estate of Roland
Roberts late of Columbia
00mIlE a.
Brat Del. Rev.J. .
AND Del.j BRADFORD
:LAL DICONAY TH Tver. ; county deceased, are hereby to
SUBSCRIBERS inform
$39 REWARD. ATTORNEY AND & E. Rockwell N. J. OLI- respectfully requested t
j Will exeent when business mav reaaire.his abI L Brooklyn N. J. Ttarhert their friends and acquaintances that they present them duly authenticated within the Urn '
A. .
Dr. BPDD ,
,
I RAN AW AY from the subscriber,about sence from the Statef-attcnd-i Professional l PBANT Rev. THOS. CAN Rev. Z. have established themselves in the mercantile prescribed by law, or they will be barred and all i
,
f the 12th of June inst., THREE NEGRO 9diM in the of the Circuit appointments -THEO. HYAT. L. BARROWS I business in this place and are now receiving and persons indebted to said estate are requested to '
E MEM-Fingall, Gilbert and Cain. Fin- Court Ea.te A. WiiotonDlj the above full make immediate payment to the'undent good. j .
of Florida and Federal Court for the 27,'51-ly opening at stand named a assortment .
Andover I
;all is ofratber light complexion, low sta- 9 Northern District of Florida. Ma. noV ,-consisting of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles, A.J.T.-WKIGrlT. Jj

t.", uiut built and about 25 years of age. Gilbert 4. Jacksonville Female Institute Groceries, Hardware Boots Shoes. Hate, Cape Sheriff off. administrator :;ir
answers the description ot Fingall but is of HE wr.L ALSO ACT AS AGENT Bonnets, &0. &c., with every variety of good Tax Collector's Sale. -- 1 ,-
rather lighter complexion-same age. Cain is for general Business in the State, respecting THIS IlTTUTION, having been in suc usually kept in a Dry Goods' Store. Which "
j about 5 feet 8 inches high of rather slender build grants and donatoD of lands, and the locationor operation more than two years, they offer for sale as cheap as they can be BY VIRTUE of the power vested in me .by t :

and a coal black ; his tront teeth is somewhat deeayed selling wiil hereafter be under the joint control of purchased at any establishment in the Southern House shall expose for sale before the Court ;
door in the
town of Palatka of ;
county
-about 24 years old. ALSO AS AGENT MISS P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW. country ; their entire stock having been selected Putnam, on the first Monday 1352 'H t.

Lbs above reward will be paid (together withIn ] -' for the collection of Claims upon the Unit Mrs. MARLOW has lately been connected with by one of the firm, with much care and attentionand between the legal hours of sale, the September following described .

necessary expenses for transporation) for the States States for Military or other services, one-of the most popular Academic* at Greenville, with a View particularly to this market, they 1 property or so much thereof, will ]
of the above to the Ana other members of the United furnished volunteers and for horses flatter themselves that will'be enabled to pay f.
they
delivery negroes undersigned thi .supplies or S. C., and brings with her the highest testimonials the State and county Taxes due thereon for,the I .
on the premises, or $10 tor each of them. other property lost, for which the United States of her character and success as a Teacher. give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them Year 151, to wit: 16,000 acres more or less of A!*

B. WILSON, is liable. She also refers to Col. B. M. PEARSON and Mr. with their patronage both as to. the prices and Laud. situate.l1in and beinJ in Section 38 or '1 j
Agent for B. A. Putnam & Jacob Waldbnrg ()Cj.Porclgn Business.-J. \V. B. will also quality of their goods.
WM. I) BfUHAJ. of this place. Township 10. S.. oC Range 23. E.; Section 7. of \
Administrator. attend to the collection of Claims and other Professional Miss ? tenders her thanks to her friends The Subscribers will be constantly receiving Township 11, S., and Range a. .&., and ejection 'HI' 1
Mclntosh Plantation -t Business, in England and on the Conti- and the public generally for the liberal patronage such additions to their Stock as the state of 2A of Township 10, S.and Range 26, E. and

15 miles above Jacksonville June 231852. 'eidet of the United States. nent of Europ already receive and respectfully informs them the market may require and having.made arrangements Section S3,of Township H, S and Range 26 E.; "1

julyl tf : absence JOB W.JUC Esq.. that formed association with in New York orders can be suppliedat amid Land being returned as the property of Re. j J '1

Notice.THE JOHNO.HATELY will act in his stead in Florida.A.'dresJaclsonre.Eat Mrs. Marlow, which goes into operation on the the shortest possible notice. bertMc.Uardy by G. R. Fairbanks AgoRa.
,
Floid.Adwlnldrator'a 1st of March an additional number of pupils can Hides Tallow Beeswax,and Buck HarM.will R.T. BOY!,.'
co-partnership existing between the sub- ATTORNEY AT .. '
L.AW. .1a&a
in
he ft'ra.iYM alr' Ass'r
whnm Tax &
received into the institution ColTr Putnam
be .r.Hh county It
and William Nettles in driving beef OFFICE FERRY Sale.Change IU1 and discharge of duty Friends and customers are respectfully solicitedto Falatka Feb.lg-laS2.-tds. '
BLOUNTS conselentloU
Cattle hiving been dissolved on the first day of : cheerfully by both the teachers. wi call and examine this stock before pnichasing'' ;:
September Ia51. the undersigned will not hole COLVJBIA {{ of Day of Sale. Mrs. MARrow will devote particular attention elsewhere. E. L. HARRISON; State of Florida'County- Duval. 'I :
Will the Courts
himself responsible for any coutracts since made practice in of th Eater ON Wednesday,the 25th of August, there will to the French Deportment, well to usual J.P.SANDERSON. Sarah A. Falana,)
under the name of the late firm. D: trict. offered for sale,on tbe plantation of JOHN English studies. a a th September 1. 11.J ._tf._ TI.Joseph > i..
JOHN BROWN. sept. 11. tf. H. McINTOSH, bite of Duval county deceased Falana. S .
New River. June 16, 18 2. between 300 and 400 bead of stock'and other Trrms p quarter of eleven week Dissolution of Co-Partnership. BILL FOR.DIVORCE* '. .t'

Notice. Edmund Whitney, cattle ; a number of sheep. horses and hogs ; Orthography reaing. writng. and Co-partnership heretofore existing be T appearing to the Court by affidavit that J j

WEEKS after date, I will apply to tba Commissioned and legally qualified as waggons timber. and other carts; a quantity of. arithmetic, -$400 THE R. Boulter. P. Moody, and H. 1. W. I Joseph Falana, defendant to the above-stated q :
SIX for Plantation a ensils, household furniture &c. Also Grammar geography, and history the R. BUU Bill resides the IbUCoort -
of the Circuit Court and ex officio Judge : Measurer and 'Inspector of Lumber 4 0 Clarke under style of LTEH..ok CO., beyond jurisdiction of 4,
a valuable Chickering piano. The higher branches of the is dissolved mutual and out of.the Stateof
Dnval County. very Engllheducation. this day by consent by the Florida bat within the 4
Letters of
of Probate for Administration, with the
May bo found when his services are desired, on Also a very valuable Steam Saw Mill, in complete -600 withdrawal of H. E. W. Clarke. United States Ir is'.ORDERED; that publication r.. .
Wiu the Estate of John late
annexed on Delmy: order and ready for operation-with- the Extra charges for instruction in the Frenchhl .
inquiry at the Republican office. The business will hereafter be conducted by be made in some newspaper onee a week ftrthe '
of Columbia county deceasedjulyl June 10 the l site-containing about 100 acres of land, and uage and drawing. Messrs. Boulter and Moody,under the name and space of Three Months, requiring said defendant 'I"i
GEO. S. HER BERT.
houses and buildiugs situated thereon and con- he musical department of this Instituton. is style of R.. BOULTJSK & CO. to appear,plead to, or answer said BiD of Complaint J. )
-
Negro Boy Stolen. Agency for Scott &Co'sREVIEWS. nected with the Mill. The Mill is 85 horse power under the charge of Mrs. BRYAN acomplh. R. 13(ITLTER.P. on Monday the second day of August e:1

work two gangs 'of upright saws, and one circu ed performer on th Ha.Piano Fur. MOODY. suing the date hereof, or the said Bill will be token ',f.J .
A FREE NEGRO BOY named JOSHUA. I undersigned ha been duly authorized, by called an Edger ; has attached a fine tar-..Pupils accommodated H. E.t; CLARKE pro eonfesso against'him, and such'furtherorder a .,
was missed from my place, 17 miles from THE SCOTT, Esq., to receive orders and wharf a railway and a car to convey lumber to with oard, in 'respectable.f'smilies: from ,Ii- given in the premises aa. to the Court may ".01 ;
Jacksonville on the Alligator road,on the 27th 01 receipt for to the British Reviews the, same. f 12 to 415 month Persons having claims against the .bore firm, seem -
June. 1 have no idea where be is concealed but consisting subscriptoD, -There is at the wharf a sufficient depth of water Feb. pr are-requested topresent them for settlement and meet.THO US DOUGLAS/* '9 .::
have every reason to believe be ha been stolen by The London for vezsels to load. those Indebted threto are notified to make settlement. Judge&e.&e. ;';
in such witha Quarterly Review ' tit r
tome of the characters engaged work For Sale-Private or .
sale cash will be '
Terms of are and nothing received Publc. RTATB-eP-FlOHIDA ) tJ
view to selling him. said boy is about Id years The EdiTilure; Review. in payment but gold silver, and bills of .sy 3, 1852. 'llD'r .may 6 County of punl, t,' l'. ,,\ .
entered i into'a2cJpositi *J' -* i4
?
of age a bright mulatto and has a lump on theright. The North British Review, jStt: The'subscriber having ; t.
banks of the city of Savannah and Charleston.B. locate in 1, ISADORE V* GARXIK, Clerk of the. Circuit
side of hu forehead caused by a kick froma The Westminster Review ve engagement to another Paper Hanging'Depot 3
horse. ( A. PUTNAM. offers for eaje, at reduced prioesabuut 400 Court of the Eastern Ciree.it of Florida for Dtttal 1 ";

AND JACOB WALDBURG' Nat.Acres of LAND;in this vicinity;lying on McCoy's No. 44 Courtlandl-streett New-York, oppositethe county'do hereby celtify that the above Order is
Any giving such information (
person as may Administrators with the will annexed. true correct of the BOW file
a an4 copy original on i
Edinburg Magazine. both sides of the
lead his Creek and extending on Meicltant.Hltd.mlIE ,
to recovery will be liberally rewarded. Black'oI Jane llth 1852.17.tl6thAug in my office. .: _. '
B. F: BliEKS TCBMS : Alligator 'one mile;-and.two iile. en tbeKing' .
,
roa Croton Manufacturing Company (organ- 1:1: WITNESS WHEBEOF, I have hereunto set ny .i
Three miles from tbe Burnt House, For any one of the foevews. $3.0 pr ann CIRol Court, State Florida, Southern ; eater boundary The within .bed under t"General Manufacturing Law hand and affixed the Seal of said Court feis 19th today
July 1-tf. Alligator Hoad. For any two, Circuit, Monroe County. half a milo of the hOWe. buildingson m
unfinished oftbe State of New-York) offers at wholesale, in of April.. D, 1852. >f*. t1.'r'apl. 22 !
For any three do. 7 0 it are new, but mostly an state, _

New Goods New Goods For all four of the Reviews 8 0 '" Sophia. vs.Camack)>Bill in Chancery, for Divorce. and cost about $1,000. >There are All o ilai; LOWEST quantities PRICKS'for to sat} purchaserstMANCrAcrauBs'cash 11.approved credit, Polnsett? .'indittii!JLoxecust. :!;
Ulackwood's 3 ( of fruit trees, vies plumbs, peaches, *
For Magazine, variety young f7
At Wholesale and Retai ft For Blarkwood and three Reviews, 9 0 John being Camack.made J satisfactory to that- the apples, white walnuts quinces (choice nriete Pa11tlAflgiflZ4s. :f f.,every:Tarietyof. Jstj onclprice. Testimonial. ,?;f from;7i Befrolar Phyalela- i.- >-r'-*. 041"'r1'.

.
for Blackwood and four 10 (< pomegranites.scuppernong ; :
JUST RECEIVED direct from New fork, a Reviews IT bill has been filed in the appear .office of figs' graps Borders to match. .The following certificate of the efficacious qualities _
Assortment of Fashionable Spring' PAYMENTS TO BE MADK ;y ALL CASES 121 ADVANCE.CLCfiBING. . two valuable. mineral springs. '
that-the said defendant Board Prints in .
said county, and by due proof He will also,dispose of his growing crop, consisting Fire great variety.Transparent of this'1edicine is from a regular physician
Dreu Goods of French British and AmericanManufacture John Camack, resides,beyond the !limit ; of four or Window Shades/' in Columbia county: ': .n j
in part ot,8ft en acres corn '
,comprising in part- F)U r copies of any or all of the above work of the State of Honda : I is hereby ordered, three of sweet fifteen hundredmellon Oil Painted Window Sb 4es.. Penn GROVB Columbia eo. *
oats -
French oil col'd Ginghams American do. will be seat to one address on payment of that said defendant do.appear and plead,i answer hills (flourishing.potatoes and well stocked.with Wide Window.Curtain Papers, and'Window J ;;1-.F bJ'1Wj.29\h. 1852.: t.'J '

French En 1i.h, and American Prints ular subscription for three-the fourth copy being ordemur to said bill, on or before the fr.t Monday lemons three hundred hills ot,, tihode-Fixtures ,} t e ,. DEAL Siai1 i tike the first opportunity hot :
,
Furniture Chintt, Fig'd and Plain Lawns 'COLUMBUS DREW young ) pump [ their '
gratis. in in default of the Oftbe latest styles andsupenii1 finish, all pf .
November.nex. id since 1 to write i
mammoth she.vand. acre
and saw.you as
kins presented yon
Iqu prom.
'
and Muslins j I Florid Republican Ofce. said bill ( against him. them n own manufacture importation; As their stock' ised to do in'reCerence. to' Indian Loxecutt. ijJ. :
wi one ,
Do. Jackonets Plain and Fig Swiss Muslins 8 tf this order snail in garden vegetables; among thnund wJthey invitd Merchant?, your '
April that published large and entirely ', -'*"" ,
,
vile. Below 1
1 : Provide in the b of Florida cabbage pLnu. (some.of,, them heading finely) Booksellers and dealers 'to"these articles, to call .send you. ray certificate:
printed
Cambrics and J ackonet plain nd checked To Persons out Employment: once a newspaper week for ,the term of four months before peas, ,.carrots. parsley leeks, lettuce, eschalots, celery and examine their styles. and prices"whenever they PrtE E. F.GRovzCol1imbia,Februar29tb,1252.j eo.,> J1 ":

Fig'd Berages bilk Tissues very rich patterns the first Monday of November next. : cucumbers",turnips...onions, Visit the eity. '. : -. !**';'I '* ,n l Mr" FoiosetCi'TDear ,

I American Gift Book for 1852. ;lad under my hand and seal, at Chambers, in & Brick YardYwUh one'or patent- Country Merchants can examine this stock from Egbert Siriil have used DbreofteUlMof, your Indian ti .
fide. Black Silk very cheap Tarselines West in said 24th 1.-1 6 o'clock in the morning till, 10 o'clock' in the. !
To Pottmastert Teachers of Sab' the city of Key county, thi 'f' machines .two i iron chain Loxecust all succeeding admirably. One II ,
Cleriymn 'oS"
Florence Silks of
and color Iluc-mil.
and embro ev ry b. Book A'entt,' StuJe.its. ,' day oi May A. D. 1852. 0., and from..;fifteen evening. of the bottlea was used in a COM, of Chronic' Dy- ;4, -
Shawls
Crape plain dered & Scl joS.j. IJANCASTER, [SEAL;] New-York. M arch'I/1852. April
Heath Families. thousand bricks, recently burnt,; Also plantation .syntery which bad produced prolapsus ani,0 "protmsion -
Paris Kid Gloves Black and 'd Lace Mils of
co Judge Southern Circuit, of Florida. household of the rectuiu. .. lfr. had laffled all otherremedLes
Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, EMPLOYMENT.SEARS' :tt tools and,utenll a fu1 kitchen&l Oil Tallow Grease, and Onio t :.
A '
A true that1 bad beea '
tnied,5andibese
copy; Witu8. ka. T si ., .. were i.
Jenny lAnd Polka Gaiters AMERICAN PICTORIAL BOOK 1. atcles. the ',12th of? ti!what remains . ;-Mineral.'Paint.- not a few.) The result was a final. cure with one

hronxe-tipped Bootees. Opera aite } T.rmo"ed t 181 Wil- jun 10-4m -Clerk M. C. C. unsold ay.of the above. .11Yled., be offer 300 barrels Machinery Oil r_e 7$cents_ bottle.,.Your Indian. oxeouat is.the moskposi- :
,
Single Ties, Buskins, Slippers. iam street, (near Spruce,) New Yorl, ''* at PUBLIC SALB.tPUAoirfrfwrte.: .:per gallon* .i..r tin and certain'cure for Dysentery and Diarrneea

The most approved styles of Sn.ing nneL BOOK AOESTS 'i Notice. ed The be divided into lots to suit pur 2,500 gallons same1-75 cents, in casks of various of any remedy Do.Children Silk Bon etl. .The subscriber a' number lads wi size./ > *-l\ ** -
publishes large o
Hat rchly and term acoota"jntbeeci > of. '.Re.Dlcttu11Y'loun1t o.
trimmed the latest most valuable books, Try and of such a SIX MONTHS after .date. I will presently chasers.: .'P ,unquestionable, 200barrejs boiled Paint Oil,63 eta per gaU zs IT. K 'PWCATOM.D.To .

French Flowers, rich Bonnet R;bbons.Gentlemen's moral and religions in ppnla.. while good and vouchers a Admlnltra.tor of of'th'e, "''3atE.L JAU- ". 5.000 gallons,' do. I.* dodo. .-;d .y '. nd me an th rl1ln.'.' fm..4ia&eJy.,} i'
the estate of CALVIN READ ..
Wear men may safely engage in their they t authorized, act for .5. ?.in casks of I-Yariolllltsea. t" ; _,1"q_ _.W. C._
circu1ton. : will be him
f j
Hon. ot Probate of Duval ,, for DONlisq
Judge t'
various kinds and
will confer a' Coult 350 barrels Tanners': Oil .
fair "
Boots,Gar and Shol, public bndt. ad recive : -. 15AJbkx>n>... ; .'" i
Real ,a splend t.d assortment, compensation for ,. final settlement of said esta' ;"*and' .ao apply' for TAcxscievitt Fia., t ,J '.' :qualtties tiym to 60 oents per;. "Druggists,
,
come yen fine. To young men of enterprise and tact this business letters,dmr' 1,600;. gallons 'in,casks of various;aims'. ApothecariexvPetrfumeri, Coxfettionert, Patent :
for dash terms ffcrsan- for profitable employment J f C. S. EMERY, Oc ( gowlng'rspidly. in population rious kinds and.quslities,from Sdjto O
opportunity Jaknvi
CDt7merhL supplied on t. Medicine Factors and Dealers in ZTTo1dancLF
_
Admr. Estate of C. Read. _
i :
The country public seldom tovbe jpet with. There is not a tre. ; -. cenU per gallon. -
in the Union w're honest Jacksonville.June 17, 1852.: 6m The ; S.a. Cot heavy bearings Articles.. '1
are solicited to call and examine Goods and prices. town a right and well U.epblc'r andG.orli& 60,tons tallow grease,
the Brick Cash Store. disposed person can fail selling from 50 to 100 volumes Nottce.A nah, GaV .S. are and'coarse, machinery.in .barrtUor T 'PaAC lCAfAUVlSER of.'Com- I .

oAt L. B. AMERMAN.I according to the population. LL- persons having claims against the estateoIJOIINJI.MCINTOSHlate requested to give the above time insertions,a'.Ji .t.? casks tot any consistency ,required.Priced AfHE ,of orer.pne.Hajidred JRecipes, for
of Duval forward tr acounts. on or before the & cents net lOund "-. '- "!. tilt ;t.9t'Dmgeiiitli JlpothJoAriesViPerfaaierJ_, ,

NEW .Just Publislted-an important National county, deceased, heirs or _ule._no t the payment., -." ..'j ISO tons Ohio;Mineral Paint,'I barrels. ,'ati i CO rectionell. <.t'.te"M\i lCtue Factors. &D4 J

BARR r Work otherwise, are a crdtors.,to legatel. in : ,andiSheet- Iron' .- the lowest market prfw."v' : Dealers inToilet and Fancy Articles. 'Edited by
Copper
Bread, Pies and jCakes.FTXHE A new and revised edition of,ou Pictorial De duplicate authenticated by the oath ehibit.of the claimant .,-Tiuv. _.. j :-01. Machinery Ot, warranted not'to'ehffl In the HORACE EVKRKTT Graduate and Member tM .
-' : WORKER JI
of the United for enIaredand 'die ; weatlierad considered by those it College of Pbannacy.tbaclty of New-York.
coldest
scription Stte. 182 j to within two from using
years; I
co-partnership heretofore} existing be with 'ubserbr ,_jji' prepared to perform :Tbe iebrated Recipe of Proftwer Wil-
oiljv
'Tnd"mped to
law V \
equal
JL ipro.ed. crcted.bl th date, or they by and sperA '
twe n Myers and Cpma in the conductof full desri tol ad of the Gold Regions indebted said estate are requested! prson. I & per and Sheet Iron foiled Pain! ouaeo': : LingeedOi1otberthan : lard,for making good Soap at one cent fejr penod.
the Baking been dissolved t t the manufacture of light'SCulinary
,
jiiiH Work such
;& .; 700 pages large octavo. mediate ;: a for white. : .-. thai will wash better-add qnieker,witboot lab
the gabseiber Ce.1 t make known to the pnblii Pictorial 0 Description of China'nod India, 6 parot. B. A. PUTNAM ; Utensilsiriaklng and repairing I am eonstadUy receiving-large supplies of the than any other Soap;aver jnaaafaetamd. This

thai he wlQ carry on said business singly. pages; and Thrilling Incidents of the Wars of JACOB WALDBURG in liutteT$ and Spouting for HousesJTin Roofine.TinandZino i above named articles and my motto.is. ' H. has nod full the work "
preparations to town and'all.kindrof for Ue
supply
United States, psges-retaflpric.. $2 60 per Administrators &e. Cm. : profits and quick retarpi'. -: ; any family. EzcIusIe.wIi4ccJCapflt|
6 .
,
and other BureboMrs with very excellent BREAD. volume. JUDl1.2 appertaining to his bl1l\ne;which will be' .f ; -4 ,:B. FiPO 1t, Uaiwr2tstUindCanad7jf *

PIES and CAKES which ha i nQwAeikering The Remarkable ,Adventures of Celebrated executed-- with promptness' del h. _' .. t8S;; Watir" it.; (under the Pearl"st.1 House.) W. LANDOD,
regularly the house of Notice. "for articles,'or ',,rot tUG -s .,, 1WNwsu.tretN.T.Pri .
a tultomn. beautifully illustrated with -Qrdeil New Yprk.T 4
J. "JaD.I.I862. : __ : u -
It this his Perln. engravg. are .hereby forewarned against attended ; :
royal octavo.. ALL persons ; ountry. will bepromptly t./ O./)01IY. :Post Office SUmpa.enclosed)
thanks for the liberal evidences of encouragement Retail $4 pag.. ". gi.... for.certataPromisaory'Note) of J.. L BOAR'fH" .! WarehonsaB.THE "to thaUarabunt will pay for one copy, which,wijs
which be b already received,and respo\ Our publications price are 'too, |: ,to r, described Hand, mod by the undersigned on the Jn1lur.leYnt May A 'il .., nle. b(1 Company .1 be sent free te any part of.the United, $teea.

fully of the some; in advertisement. :DUerl.. b day of May Id52r to Moses ; ,_' .t \ -.76 and 'If Jl'altoa New.Y.rk, Stationers, Booksellers, Newspaper Agent,'s..
ranted in Liming far the bread which he offers ; an in. wishing to embark
qoaUUes unsurpassed to aQ the essentials which go A1 person little by sending the entr t,- Dlnplabl. on the' first day'of Oot ihVUeth-of Tflay, a' Negrorna&named ; been established many'years- and'has at a'large discount elf f! fV april 15Cotton .

to nuke the !of'life palatable, ,pare, and which he will receive t lbl the bet, :of said. N 'ba Say*'Tie<.belongs \ ."always maintained highreputation "

wholesome lie continue t a the best Hour. at-wholesale prices sample, carefully copies vaou, fled and I will* not pay said Note .unless com BENJAMIN SINGLETON- Lowndeejsonntv.Ga. ..,.,'. for Teas of the most delicious character and WooUeaBlacnfeiery 1n4'Steam'Sawmn.'a
which, with the art of BakIng work by law: Any one:trading for Notewl1unsriskforlLspsyment. about ;
personal experience ad directed affording .a very l' twltYlear'or .dt-eo1" and fragraney and at pnees whioh have in every Engines,
,Josttnes him Lipromising b castornersrood .u the Agent for his trouble. .tbr prcnte.t .'. : : pinion,' '* net four e lh1 .,l' Instan.e'glvensatisfaction.. Tbtjeatare warranted -,
Bread, to.TltekeU be 1. '. CHARL F. FITCH.N.n& been : .. and retufld thej4d bolproveto mHE ESSEX.L CUr.wANYft.A"I : .
J' able to, the most saleable pan, maybe
11 .M. : ...
aL
furnished, aad families any where wit- and order ur w. n..E. : 1 1s I.REZE.i b. an they aa represente'. .-Tbe, eusoUby < sacW'tresuIy'ex'ento
1'-
fa the limiU of the : & "Jaflori; ,. t-llb. ders for:Cotton'an' WeoIle 'f&ehlaer1'of aft -
at early "m a 1-2 -
solicit orders from and .. this One
t. a the 700bushels prime WHITE.CORN.Jby I *u Company an up
. .
'v. iron tae
: :
.
very day. Price oDW per 10a. committees, tiah, hou.onbitO C = .3ay..tt : Ib..ud.J.b.._paekages.Biakinff it eonT*nkat kinds and win contract whole tUna
tr boks hi -
wa2mwbeeI U lh flot ma-
or steam eegn g .
COOPU. of a'the pub .'__ -JAMES HANHAM.Bay.ti: ::, : 'Notice. for country merchants_ to have a' great variety chine. Steam .Saw M \4. f..gangaor: : slpgle
-
may27 tf : with small outlay of eapitaU Hotel keepers: :
lh.r ntr on con the:procure most lbr terms. '1111 2 doors East of Bleh. Fiegn.. :I -LA ersons-are herebr forewarnedagamrt Note made may always: a certain of having'on thOr,table-a i'Machlnlsts.'vfTooJta; tJL every teMnpuo a.IAbom.UciFMflb"Car .

Canton Floor flZ1ttng.. Cunt'm.rhat** tbrbr t iTS BOO,bushels.. t Heavy White.- OATS. .t medatedJflUr15tJl8'15ftvoToiThe. uniform charcterotTea. whtcb Teas, -rf rHthereto : Haohiaeryof. all .
& fi&r W.b"m.hd O' kinds ban4."eW.er JnUbed .ia: progress sO
TU3T RECEIVED; '4&d 5-& and and .. For sole by, ? JAMES 1NH. by 8. Higti botharaorbear r;.nd payable taih..b'rcla1 "a large 'vonlety'aredoneup1a three.wrappers. on csbe filled to short *;;' X ,
1m. orders .
# Wt poUt W engage in theIria .w&receive June 1TU", -. : t. tIIaI ?8&1&ZOt$ was The inside isof lead the seeond water that Mjic .j $ .
Cl of- ;_ 'of'7anuaryI83. ft -Term >trJPirtoM &. ; .
r..LOORMTIG. .rice > aw wry & -% % '
fared promptly by mall a Cirenlur containing fan 11a..ned proof paper the oatsldejChinese; pa- i .t-
l"t cash,by T AC050IDES.-2,600 Ibi. BACON SIDES dYeD fofie bIN ofertateChane j : eoatraetinc jbf.Mflhs wiflbsrnlsbea
W..BAHTO.. fQ w1thOItCUVU to PersonrdlspotedwhUb : ,: */'Tb*eoniiderartett forlWilah: *aWeterlvtn pe. wtU hlji.1". + .wlt.lL.' lq az the _

_J I 10 h' 'Uay1rt: : t"itogether4lth'rtbs' .0. J r'onfbt. .. ,>,J.1RNB.f wan ku fatted, aad I at*:a.Unaia.Ml to --or .. .tJOa 7'A.. 1'i1Ithe cI& 1.-r1
'. _. 'Anntt i.po eX
-
they; ? DI .. [&u ( A 'n$..
-;; .
LEM aY&1PU .: LEMON sr "'. I CUU PAfltfti c pm tt do, .Clt pal mXQA1iICtE '. rn .h&oul. & .
;
.. a L' Bttjastsa: % I CIDER. Per sale br'; u.. F b.26tf 1p29.1y.' -

aUPJ'FO1Jl. Bay4t. ..1 apl224f:;.* ..n vl81' 'I -. June 17 AMES HNHAM, Bay-st. Jut' ,



I

.

-



-
.
--- .
- -
.
-
-
-: : -

,
.t'
;.. .

..
'.

: ,
.
. .
.. S -S


: & -iIEJLORID4tJt.EPUBLICAN OEOUGE HSM1TJTCO LktofOfic aoftieSWledfFloiidar Jif itt"1".j..l. [ s' : bsl1iba.swboms i8i ftf1l: tiii l1 ir m..

vv jinsusHX9a vTsvT t'" Y.AT .UCTIONEER.IN. A.ND'.cPUMISSON. ) t if n i- -' 5i i ** f .. k5inilarly Jl.NI aI1leIt4.
:j. : t:"- 06. : f a' Jut N. DAVIU.
MEl\it1A.NT8.-7' tHimSf .
..., Dmria,Comity, K.Fn, by 1 ft S S1AfE aoust fi :lU, .tL.r ', < ) -.rsiti) ; .t J' .. .. ;. ..
: q .. .
.
} f.Ig.Eh'
COLUMBVSDREW.. .. Gono.TlOM OFICE I For every iiigttl tcr la:manuscript,.ar.paper !: f, ,- 1\1 'J1."AalO1'fTIf.U- ''Junt'Srl 185L

'...1. S '- mIlE SUBSCRIBERS: ntered Into:Met 8t DWIG i iAU'1 of &DJ'ki.: upon which information iiallb* I Des jfrlIil,;: .uUrtI7 limd.oC MB .1OQ1-

.' t Tnuw.-Thm' Dollars per "sarnna payable JL- the of 'cig' Qr.AP'H9UE. < commuct i wtg. or by mark* g 'Fz2. pIain thanks too JOG for your"INDIAN 0E.

.8 rc1.riDche t aper. .-ieni.to and.a nel / or sign in.the :: mm CUST," n _. ttt best I havt-'tvtr'nsed 'for tha
S
r- Ufort the expiration sales either on consignment or at auction, (one of Trrt-ILLM'RUAYWAID. table shall be cba.rgvd and for' every additional Q' s* seaa4Lfs.1b&ipyln rece.UngisW UM
,8u! pt.ioDl.ItDOt.piid half frr-LIon 0 f a**** abort ;the _
L the firm being an auctioneer.):'.Beth *f the Ira RegaSt L4 HAYWARD. ounce or public. Jtourt trul
.rt.heJ.w"cb1r4\\V.a. I' merchants; citi- .,. .& ROBT; weight in' tiitUbb;uftdfitfeiil'Unglt rr rTO U >. -OE01Wt.
! art well acquanUd with the ad' JtDICIARt : ." Da.ee ,3Zi" r u 1 1 i ."r'i. :C9ULTER.,.

,i S .' A $ .,J"taIIerlecJaUheJ seal of the interior,-which gives them te aY I -' : 'Court Judges. rate.i*,t.e1 c. 3.1WHINPKKFAID. -THE, ,.'.To,.IH lUlRt"0.- \ 1.

: rate O (.nwol e flies))fctth4vsn.FfisCentPfOrffer71 ,I tags of making ready sales of any m.r < .' IS BATON
DtHiTp Ia.&n.Joq'
tq1Pn :
c spl. ranch .
: sent to Rtndenet. '. ; i Hating. seTeral Beach,}
S ,
... !- chd. wit, m1 \ IToa.WaIkOVAD4CTSOU' I Cb.Justice J Pena ,. ." := time to the .D of the .L S ", .0 A gutt7,186L' J

4? r*ut. 'T. jiarly Advertisers afta. Hb raliiKunt They will give their attention i* making good Hon.A04 Same At. I .:, : .., i J various miati tsroots and herbs peculiar i Dear Sir This will inform you thattbrtt% ..fmy
Ti1'baa'sClrct.it.JIsdr I children ill
; I were with
Advertise- sales. They would respectfully solicit L. S dangerously the
transient and immediate Hon. Dysen
An ,1 S
,, wffl bt macho patronage from and : / ''-1 'I 2 to peninsular Florida,the proprietor ofthimedicin tery or Dlarrhtaa,for about six 'wos.. I trf !

. t 4.asnt..(uoept.b1'perIO hating a nmaiDc P.eountt. other who merch& ten omke o Western I Apalaeh. ,8.1 : 11 baa acquired a knowledge almost everything, that generally it ... fortS

' :. wife UM tOc)'BMitbe paid for prrrioni to publication. citt b1e In their lint will b promptly a Middle. 'J Wayles. Hawt I Tal'has'e .. S U "0 S : iranch which is rarely obtained (by\tbose [. but all un, &""- A friaocl f' *.!No

tended I Douglas JacksMlt 0 A. ) and wmnnnded me 0 try your Medicine caflj IN.
bt.: : Eastern ,' t pbject alone > discovery
GEORGE H. SMITH S c "O MAN LOXECUSf1
fo ftic
B. Lancaster K. West* : A ptOC1Ind it-aZid .
. '. Persons,at s duUae can (orern their remit- JOHNW. PRICED Junes Southern M. wVV W. Cir. *.,Ucheanna Z' '' ,0 : c fg.\v \ '" ,.' app to wy that 1|Bottles of it evt* an'lhne

? t taaees for advertising,by tbs following rates a.-A M ReeL Feae B5sbe Samuel B.Ld,8I' Mo 77L.Ci.,, Qae ji T : .. Cti.CU.Cts.UU.. ,. I 5, / ; year- he Ibaa bad no ofiU ehi1dllD-hopfDr Jour. nlIIbJe. Mt&ial

-:;. Ont tquart (twtlvt lints) pabEshed six months A; Co.,R Boulter *>Co. Smuel 3 Alsop John P. Sade 'E. ., Is'Y Weighing osoruu.lcrbeingslnglerstes. ;. ", tought 'componnding a botanical remedy nay-ecome JDeral1yiD01rD,1O that all tnaui
& BOUTS Jacksonville : 8. Cir. . S 6 '10 1*.' directed be afflicted with this, disease bar eerUii
for .' 9WOO .tD" Gb AL Sfr .- .-. ; his labors baring bee .t may s> .
9.; 15 00 roche. E M Moore It Co., tbrn S 01 OverfrosandzotoverIos. -. s 8 12 20 8 himel of orders from \ and i safe remedy" Yours truly -
Two for six monthi, tf."
JAMEs'LATIMER.
: squarta Jan. 15.182 COUNTY OFFICERS.First Over! and notoverlios. 9' 18 B 4 led .
ya. 0. The manner.ia which be been
other Basinets Cards an. 1000 ,. 2 ha t To PoinIett, EI ;
Over
Legal and, per AOElVOY of Probate; second name Clerk li 01. and not over ox. 1 2 4 6
i in
name his is
himself
C 700 WASHINGTON [ Jude Over 2 01. and not. plac present position a
Notices to debtors and creditors FOR CLAIMS AT of Ct. _'name Sheriff; fourth name on,2101 8 afflicted witbDysenter JACMOSVTLLX: Jury SO; 18BL
WHKJI UNPAID. lollowsAperaonaI | '
('r'(. AppUoation for letters administration, 500 William E. Kennangh, (whenever i OU&i Gadsden.. &c.. ) Tax rta above ; S 5 10. 10 Ssingle 15 having .rien- relief '| Dear Sir g than tried your very raluallt
for dismiss Administntar. Assessor & ] pint for Diarrbo and ind it by far tbe bestSi
Nolle of Application M AIUA A Cectr. Over 101, an not over 01. 10 20 20
MKAR WILLARK'S VNt. S 8 addressed
..t.... __ .. $10_ 00 Continues to give HOTL PZ"NST'V to arrangement Circuit.Officers.\ Over 1 01. and not over 14 QI. 15.. 8 80. 4 rm facolty, one day safest curt for this dangerous dlwase that I,bYe
n' pr.p Office vim -It is said that, soil and ,ver knows beard of.
Pot thus- : or My little
.J 500 of congress County.EscambU Over lot. and not over 2 os. -every daughter,ared
"' Ftrsointimeenientofcmndidatesforoffice, and prosecution 2 4 4
., claim Charles PeDob 201.' 75 clime antidote : : about two yean,.had suffered long and
. or of the Executive 1)epartment5.Claims N.lor Over and not over 2j 01 l. produces an. lo dis peculiar 'wssrt*
*. No announcement will be made unless the same any .. F. E. duce4 too almost a skeleton and r tried
Florida, DL
arising from the Revolutionary, to the locality; if so,you; your part
1d F. & 1851 the a Bottle of your "JNDLlN LOXECUST" anl
Vt accompanied with the amount charged. MOTE.-From and after the 30th June ,
! RevolutionaryHalf-
Mexican invalid
,
or wars of the field and must
benefit will be ; Naval Santa Rosa John Chan Milton mode of computing the rates upon inland letter knowledge wo It has acted like a charm the ehUd'is vow Iraprovtig
. Editorial notices for private or Widows' Pensions; or Army; cc
pay
E. S. cnow of' Bom thing to reHevo.m and be by.thoM
' S under law of Feb. 11, -i.;e. letters from one office 'wlthi the United v may seen who do not btJi -
.charged double the re of advertising. I 1847 Bounty Land or ,Scrip 1843, Arrearages of Pay and U Isaiah Cobb, Jr.* I States or Territories to' also upon 'The'reply was, that he was 'acqtialnted S i ResjctfulTv' .
S ,or ; :
: : sObituo.ry&ndMarrlgenoticsIWrn I Anp Volunteers Claims for Walton.Daniel. McLeod Ucheanau letters between the Unit States and the British properties of. some .A. V. COf VTItf.
Mileage ;
U. MeKinnon \itbtb plnt.Jc"t I To E. Poinsett *
Angus North is be follows, Esq.
American
.t: It published gratis.f Horses lost and other Property destroyed; Exp Wm w. & t a t believed would bay ,
& McCllum" wit Single rate,if not an ;
'; must be paid. .uc by Volunteers before being mustered Gordo : exceeding ODo effect and animated ST.-NICBOLU.FIa.Iu1jIt,1851.
Communications post sineund A bnor double rate, if exceeding an ounce, but not ; wiib friendship set :
Wa Holes cc : Dear Sir This
and received into service ; is tc that two
w- gon.ma Martin W. certify Bottles cf
the medicine immedi .
Bret treble rate, an preparation :
exceeding an ounce; exceeding .
abut Medicine
Marines1sailors' I called
claims "INDIAN
your
ter and
: .. J. P. Sanderson &e., &c. Tetr' ; f .-Robt. -R. ounce, but not exceeding an and a h& .,, :The' material lt was ''lbere tby; his permanently cured two of our Negroes LOXECUST"u eta st

all the forms for a Washigton' OgH and so on charging an additional rate for every owa hands, and then ten Diarrhoja. 1 take in
f 1TTORNET AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Ravig necessary proner Norman A.Campbl ounce or fraction of half ounce. compunde pleasure recommending
: Columbia of claims, together with the 'JpSj? u additiona hal letters It waseompletely.succ your valuable Medicine-as being without doubt
removed his office from JolA. computing rates upon .to
, ... S HAVING to Jacksonville Daval 'County, and regulations he is governing to undertake the different Departments of- Jackson Fr'k R. PUt Maaa Great Britai.and to all other foreign'countries,' fl ted. The fame of this cure, spr iDgamon'g that ne of I have the best heard and of safest remedies Yours for this disease
or teeD.
'
respectfully informs his friends that be will continue prepared that a eail. I & .' the American'prre.'excepted, a circle of friends, induced frequent Wa 0.. truly
the of his formerly. .hat kind soever may require arices c James Griffin will remain at present, act of S McINTYRE.. .
as
practice profession fan Agency at this Calvin Stephens c a 3 applications for tbe medicine, nnfil,to avoid ToE.FolnaettE f. f .-
Ha will attend at each and Term of place. I and agreeably to instructions
5 Mach
S the Circuit Court in the several every Counties 0 Particular attention given to the proper settlement CalhonnFranklin R. B. Evans BlouttwDu dod to 1S.tble of foreign stgel.DRECTIONS. apen. the trouble,of, making a preparation each JACUOKVILLJ.lune 9th, 185J.

: S. the Eastern Judicial Circuit the.County of of Quartermasters'acounts. the amount Benj. F. Parker tithe, quantity was.,made up and' kept on Dear Sin I have used your Indian.Ltxeeutt
. .l. tho Charges moderate, and reglated by u Thos. 1. Land land to without of in my family, and have found it a
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit Supreme Every exceeding halfan give away, a thought very valuableremedy
and the extent o required. Arch'd T.Bennett Apalachicola 1t. lettr prcel.
: Court at Tallahassee;and the U. s Court at St. camed. to insure, insertion, must Saml W. in weight a single letter. accepting a remuneration. More than one for Diarrhosa. I take great pleasure in
Spencer'I recommending it to the
S.f Augustine. All business entrusted to his care commucatons. public.
dec hundred effected. At
be
M Cr rat. cqres were length by
4t I
>
will receive attention. pst S letters in Respectfully TOWNSEND
prompt Middle dropletten. or placed any advice of friends and tired of the inroads
... .. Address-J. P. SANDERSON, Jacksonville, ERICAN AND FOREIGN Circit.Gaelsden post office, but for delivery the Egber -Poinsett, Esq.JACISOKVTLLX.

. S Duval Coint.. Honda.Jacksonville. & Edward LoV Qniney only, shall be charged with postage at,the rate of made upoa bis time and purse,be jet'rnedto ,E..Fla May 17
1S5J.
I
,
' :' .Jan. 17. 1850. tf AGENCY I. Robt C Lester one cent each. manufacture the medicine for I
OP WASHINGTON I Samuel B. Love I 3d. Each whose Dear.Sirt This may certify to you that 1 had
CITY deputy a
' : compensation scious that what had proved a blessing a
. McQueen Elclntosh f Hugh O. McLeanLeon pstastr. negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Diarrhoea
the
for the last
(
TTNPER the direction of AARON HAIGHT David W. Gwynn TaahaeI year ending l'ew, could not lose its virtues from being and that,the use of one bottle of
: OtlrJune) did not exceed$200, send through your
;" ATTORNEY AT LAW, U PALMER of New York and WORTH- may
Oscar A. Myers offered the from its preparation called Indian Loxecust"
the mail all'letters written by.himself, and receive to many, or having mercantile effectually
1'.: INGTON GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New "
4 WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern I HaleyT. Blocker S cured her and I would take this method of
instead of
the mail written ommunicationsadsse
reCommending -
through price beiug gratuitous.This
,
. .f S Circuit; the United States District Court at St. Orleans, Attorneys and OounseUors of the Supreme I John Rhodes it as a very valuable Medicine.-
.,. .; Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; i Court of the United States. Wm.I.. Council Newport. to himself,on hispnvatt biuineti,which ofyostagc. then, is the origin of- I Yours truly JOHN BRANTLEY.
half free
in ,
weight one ounie
.. :: and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of I This establishment i formed for the following Wakua Wm. W. Mound This does not authorize them to frank PO NISE1'T'S INDIAN LOXECCST. Mr..Egbert PoiDsett..IAmo'O'lLu.

Florida against the Government at Washington, objects: I Abijah Hall U He does not enter the fielJ as a competitor
letters unless written by themselves, and on I
S' i,' either before Congress or at the Departments. 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of Alfonso R. Combs I any ,July 26, 1851
I it authorize 'for the ranfs of
. their private business only; nor does public Javor.in Quackery.
Jacksonville East Florida. the United Stats. and conducting profesionalbusine Thomas J. Chace MonticelloCourthouse Dear Sir: Sometime since I
: ft-
ADDRESS 1 but was attacked with
of
them to receive free thing
postage dreams of
eferson has
any He no building a splendidfortune
up a.
Congress.
tf G. Fife I severe Diarrhoea- that
I. ,May2.i80 Craven so severe I could not attend -
communications to themselves
2. For the and of all claimsin written adres from and Yet be doe .
prosecution recovery Daniel T. Lenizo'I pills potions. to my business. I was recommended to try
their
,...-.; S I JOHN ERSK1NE law or equity against the United States be- John Wooten and on private busie! not profess to be so disinterested a philanthropist your "INDIAN LOXECUST." 1 procured.one

': fore Congress or the executive Departments or MadisonHamilton Alex'r McDonald when '. offer his medicine for the BotUe of it. At the same time two members ot
to
', (LATE or QUINCY, OADSDEN COUNTY,) against foreign Governments before Boards of Newspapcr.Ratesperquarter sent%from as public
U Saml. R. Sessions II the actual and bona my family were afflicted with the same disease.
offire of to fide alone. He wishes and
.
S good hopes to
Commissioners. Patterson c pbllalon. ,We all used the
,y.. Attorney at Law John H. utsfribert I. re-I medicine from the one Bottle
f 3 For the settlement of accounts with the fair for his
alize return and, the I
Robert McKinney I a labor and am now happy to inform that it
you
*. From after. 30th of J 1831, for each cured
c Has located in Jacksonville and will attend tbe State, Treasury, War Nav. Post Ofce. and Henry J. Stewart, Jasper not tbe Ine.ounees in weight, pense to which he has been subjected He us all entirely. We are now all well and hearty
Circuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern D newspaper exceeding
j- Interior William Day from the use of only one Bottle of Valuable
4.. and Middle Judicial Circuits, the Supreme Court sion of prtments. and forfeitures for alleged Wm.J.i.Dnncan'I the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly offers no universal remedy for "the ills that Medicine. Yours your

, 'V'. of the State, and the United States District Court violations of the revenue post office, or other Jeremiah B. Smith I in advance. These rates only apply where flesh is heir to," but simply claims to have TIMOTHY truly HARRIS..
-,> the Northern District of Florida. the paper is sent from the office of publication to '
; for laws. Eastern Circuit. discovered a remedy in the vegetable king- To E. Poinsett,Esq.
- Iii time it devoted exclusively to the For letters for inventionsfrom actual and bona_fide subscribers. :
4.
Legal patent
. .(. profusion. securing Geo. S. Herbert Alligator dom for a certain kind of disease; firmly
the United btates from Governments Colubi Mandarin Fla.,Oct. 1 1851.
or foreign ci S ,
c. Jo-Office in tbe basement under the "Repnblii and procuring land warrants and pensions S. Scarborough b believing that when he says it will core, be 1 Dear Sir-Some time since I was on ansit near

;;: ; .' can" printing office. ly may 2l under the various pension laws of the United cc I A. J.T.WrightLawrence Mickler I I .A .S.. but speaks what the name of that medicine your place and was suddenly taken very.sick.
S K.
States. r : sfills purports in the Seminole l dialect-THE TaUTR'poIsEirs :your Indian Loxecust was recommended The

/ OSCAR HART, 5. For collections generally embracing debts, Al&chuaDnval A.Sam'l M. Caston Russell Newnansre"I .. P. I. ,rf i S friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle

legacies, and inheritnces. the United States ccCl of it in the house and I used it, and take pleasure .
;!Z':. ATTORNEY AT T..A W'. 4 I Cbas L. Wilson g in that
lam
,*.i.:, Office upon the Second Forsyth floor street.at the Court-house, and 6.foreign For the purchase"and sale of lands in any of Felix Isidore Livingston V. Oarnie Jackonville Q f m to. IIDIAN, ,L Lodlls n T: averse to informing having my you name it in cured print;but me..stiff for

the States or Territories of the Union and loan cccc S the benefit of those that be
I Cts.Ct.Cts.Cts.Ct.Cts. may afflicted you eau
*.* WILL the Smith .
of II.
S practice in the several counties Geo.
of real estate Not' over 60 miles 2i CERTAIN AND SAFE publish this if think it
' *! Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the ing therein.moneys on mortgage lying Uriah Bowden Mandarin Over 50 and not over 2 1 14 .THEJUOST ; Yours you with De"jnary.
respect
< collection of claims against the United States for 7. For investment of funds in United States Naau -- 300 miles 10 5 2\ S IED.Y''FOfl THE, CURE OF : SUSA NAH HARTLEY.

'. S Military services acd for Horses lost, or other and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends C. C. Bessent Woodstock Mil Over 300, not over 1000 5 3 2 DIARRHCZAAND : Dr E Poinsett, Jacksonville. Fla.

. t property lost ordcstroyed by troops in said service. thereon and generally for the I. A. J. Uldock" 754530157j34 CHRONIC. I
? T"- S Also claims for pensions of disabled soldiers or of all business pertaining to a law,trantion loan, and St. John's Gad St.Angustine OYr mel not over 2000 S 0 i oi S Gravelly Hill Oct.20, 1851.
;k be widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. S Peter B. Dumas 10 100 60 20-' 10 5 S S Dear Sir: Your Indian Loxecust is a good medIcine
.* .* Also claims for land officers and soldiers banking agency. B.Canova I 4' Some time since
% bounty to All communications postpaid, to I 5 Raphael Over 2000,not over.4000 S DYSENTERY I purchased a bottle from
: 12
5 2'
I and soldiers. will cccc btanislaus (Hinskl Over 4000 miles 15 7 of my negroes that had suffered very much from
Agency city receive | has evvbeenprtsenI 4 the
..5 ** Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, prompt and faithful orlhngton.attcnt'cn. Robert T. Boyd IOrnge 15 9 6 3 Which to public.It Ii severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him..Soon

S to examing: titles and records, and ascertaining 1'ALMER & StfETIIEN, William Campbel EnterpriseMellonville [ stands upon its own merits and needs no afterwards I bad another negro attacked with the

_ : claims to lands. Office No.5 Carroll Place, Ctcc Henry A. Crne 1st. Weekly DIECTINS., sent above puffing. ZIT HAS NOT.FAILED TO CURE same disease. I purchased another bottle;and it
" S ::;. All business entrusted to him'will meet with J uly 3. CapitoUli Eljah'Vatson" IMaron stated,are to pprl. free in the county a where IN A SINGLE INSTANCE.-a ured him also.

: :. prompt attention; and all instruments of writing lawt. Ocala they are published; and this although conveyed t I do not. hesitate a moment in recommending j

' will be executed by him with neatness and dcf Bounty Land and Agency, Robert BullockS I in the mail over 50 miles. THIS Valuable preparation iscompounded your Indian Loxecust to the public as being the [

rpatch.t. Genera .S C. Malranatnn Fl.mminton. 9a Xawgparierii containing,nat over 5500 square several medicinal roots growing in the most certain remedy for Dysentery that I have j
S..; Jacksonville. Jan. 25. 1351.ft tf \\ I Jesse M. Willis Ocala inches, are to be charged one quarter the above wilds of Ftonda. It is PUAKfoY and WHOLLY, aver ne d. or heard of. .If jrou eeeproperyoucan -

:" T. WALKER' will give prompt Southern Circuit. rates. Vegetable and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure' ,publish this. b ours truly .
Joseph S. Baker H. D. JOSEPH attention to the BOUNTY Hboro' Simon Tnrman Tampa 3d.Publishers of are allowed to exchange of the above disease. The Inventor and Propri- S SS .1tULES PRI.

; PRACTITIONER OF lomtllCINE, MIDWIFERY LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged ccc Martin Cunningham free of postage newsaper, copy of each number etor is fully convinced that it is an invaluable Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.Jacksonville .

'* & AND SURGERY. in the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the INDIAN Benj. J. Hagler* .' only ; and this priviege extends newspapers Medicine. In fact the test that.he has given it :

!. :: Office on the corner of Market and Forsyth.X WARS in which the U. States have been engaged, Hernando Elias G.Knight Spring Hill published in t in the town in which he resides and the astonIshing Dr E Poinsett Sir This,.is Sept.25,1851.
to that I
Streets, opposite the Court House. or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to I I Malcomb C. Peterson 4th.The weight of newspapers must be takenor success with which it has met, warrants have been : certify
'*. JACKSONVILLE FLA. clams on the U.States for MILITARY SERVICES, Ctcc NathanT MMoody determined when they are in a dry state. him in saying that it is a POSITIVE' CURE.He by the permanently of cured of a severe Diarrhea
I valuable
use most
medicine called
. Ezekiel L. IMono 5th. Postmasters has therefore. to the determination your
S Cct. PENSION, LOST PllOPEllT.&C., and to Selph are not entitled to receive come to Indian
after
:. 16. tf. of Benjamin Sawyer Key free of place it within the reach'of all, how Loxecust suffering for more thaa 12
. any description requiring an Agent or Wes newspapers postage under their franking knowing many months with that
f> J. ncRobert Baker Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land tccc James M.Brace well privilege suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous in distressing dbeas I take plea
f4 I: Warant his charge will be5. In other cases cccc Robt.Clarke I 6th.Payment in advance does not entitle the Disease particularly in the Southern and sure recommending alll your most valuable medicine
to
'* il ATTORNEY& COUNSELLOR AT LAW charge will be proportioned to the nature and John Boyle party paying to any deduction from the above Western States. 1 rTuafIlicted.!
JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. In re ",
rates
0 difficulty of the cose. purchasing my "IndlanLoxeoust" be
S A so Commissioner of Deeds for the followingS will also act in connection with .Agents SHe or S "And e officio Tax Assessor and Collector. particular and look foe my. written signature on A.J.JOH SON.

S .: States of the Uninn : Attorneys in who may be employed in Rates of Pottage to be charged upon aU the label. Formerly of Jacksonville C
Florda. trmt
'0 Maine, Delaware. Georgia Bounty Land claims, on terms which S Newspapers and frt other description P. I refer the jrablie below to a few"certificates selected S CLIFTON, FLA., Oct. 6. J85t.

S Vermont, Maryland Alabama, may be agreed jnpon. Letter ?(which should be $100,000 SAVED !"! ted Matter Newpr and Ptri from among many received from respect !-Dear
Sir: One Bottle of Loxecnst has
*> Massachusetts Virginia Mississipp post paid will receive immediate attention. pbist'at t ble citizens of Jacksonville. your completely
;. New York North Carolina, Texas. June 5. lawtf. STREET and Fletcher fronfUe aCtei,1(to" EGBERT POINSETT. obstinate eared one of my men of a long standing S
, Pennsylvania, South Carolina. FlflElNPEAKll Three and fide subscribers.Noru.For 1ical all Diarrtaaea.-From its complete and cer
S Stores and their bo
P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable tain efficacy where an other medicines had failed

.;" mar 3152tfR DOLLNER &PTER eonten'destroved.V '.S 8 APE Deeds befor AGAINtIELEVE2V words I .. Medicine Every family ought to.,keep it I take pleasure in recommending it as a most

eachS. i i i on hand. S valuable medicine. Yours, He.,
S B. M. PEARSON, Genera merchat SAFES of different makers consumed A. M. REED principal Agent for Jackson
Street, Corner T.E.BUCKMAN.
additional
: ". ATTORNEY LAW. Vp Stairs, New with their contents! The Safe made by Rich& ounce or S ville. To Dr. E. Poinsett..35&cksonyille.
S HAS removed to Jacksonville Florida and oJk. Co.defied the and contents Traction of an ounce, o .
: will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits WILL attend promptly to all business entrusted without a fmC upon broughtoutt! beyond the ten ounce S A a. ='s Nov.12, &.

.' c. the Supreme Court of the State and inI to their car. Particular attention given to the mak fre in this table an ad- S I S: 8 'TESTIMONIALS.SEVEN Mr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure in
sale of Lumber Timber and MB. GILBERT'S LETTER.THE
t1. Cottn. Turpentine; ditional rate be s S
: the S. District Court for the Northern District of w : ,- 1 ci 2 t- expressing to you my approbation of your Indian
to goods.
of Florida Feb. 19, i852-tf. a purchase FIRE IN FLETCHIR AND PEARL 8TS..N. T. charged. 0 0 C4SESCUREDm' Loxienst as a family medicine. 1 have used it
made .
advancements on consignments NEW YORK I
20,1851. .0 a
r- S with
D. good success. Yours
.
respectfully
S ;.;; HOPKINS: & BRAHAM.Attorney's February 19.1852.ly.JOSEPH S Messrs. STEARNS and MARVIN, to C. z Six MUK CKXKB,FLA., Dee. 9,1351. I. SWART.

. at Law, RICH & Co., No.146 Water Street New York.Sras .- Cta. Cts. Mr Poinsett

':h OFFICE at PALATKA, E. Fla., GRC. when tbe fire was consuming my place of One ox. or under 1 2 Ct. Ct. Ct. SIR: For the benefit of the afflicted Jacksonville Nov. 17.1851.'

WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business General S Business, No. 216, Pearl Street, I was ibsent'in Over I oznotover2 01. 2 4 6 8 10 publish the following have had seven you eases can of S Mr. Poinsctt This win inform you that for

entrusted to their care will be promptly attendedto. 36 WATER ST., NE\V YORK Rensslaer County, testing a new cccc 2" I 3 3 6 9 12 15 Diarrhoea on my plantation this season ; all of. several years 1 have suffered much at different
-February 19, 1852.-tr STRICT and prompt attention of ratus in connection with my Excelsior Thraswr, a II. I 4 cc 4 8 12 16 20 which have been cured by the use of your most times from Chronic Diarrhea. I have tried yoir

.{ Savannah Republican please publish tf., and all articles of produce entrusted to his se, and did not read the account until I was fearful it I 4 I I 5 cc 5 10 15 2 2 valuable medicine called Indian Lozeeust.S ', Indian Loxecust, and received am- entire relief

end their bill to this office.OSSIAN and all orders promptly complied with. &too late to save my books which wer placedin I 5 cc I cc 6" '6 12 18. 2 8' Yours respectfully, JOHN PRICE, Jr.STILL and have no reason to doubt its being permaD aL
c ap29tfSAM'LHOYT&Co. one of your safes purchased from Man tt 6 f CC 7 1 21 Believing it to be a duty which I owe to the af

B. HART some years ago. My fears were not I f CC I I 8" 8 2 '5 :,ANOTHER.. aicted.l.present you this certificate, which you
2
., I found it necessary upon my return to apply the 8" I I 9 ... .9 18 3 4 Black can use as you think proper. i will also ,
Creek Fla. say
ATTORNEY AT LAW Water 40 noun before 1 % S 4 ; Feb. hat, 1852-
Croton &enabled .to I g I. cc 10 I. 10 that in conversing with many who have used J
.i KEY WEST, FLA., GENERAL COMMISSIOI MEIICil1S commence operations; after which it required & 2 3 4 l Dear Sir-Some time since a.member of my medicine I have not found one who did not your re] ;
! Practices the United States and State Courts hours of labor and to raise the DIRECTIONS. family was very.ill, indeed with a.JMarrhosa. 1 ceire relief.

: i j of the Southern District of Florida.July In The Buying And OfEVERY mander from its ashy bed. You may judge Sa 1. On every transient unsealed 'circular resorted to several things usually'given for the I S. JOHN C. LEt

lOot Sl anxiety during this delay and my agreeable surprise hadbi newsppr. ;' Disease) but none of them would '
"M, DESCRIPTION AGRICUL upon opening the safe in the presno of a ;and eery.other prodca lief. Your Indian. Loxecust. was recommended .

JAMES BI. BAKER, TURAL IMPLEMENTS AD number gentlemen to find my and papers printed matter the rates must all cases by several persons I made up my mind to try it, Jacksonville Deo. 4th 1851.

I : ATTORNEY AT LAW, MACHINERY. saved, and as legible as they were previous to be prerad. according to the weigh h and am very glad i did so,as one Bottle effected Dr. E.,Poinsett-Dear Sirs Three parts' of a

.S the fire. The intense beat to which the Safe was 'any printed which thepostage a cure. Yon will please publish this-as such Bottle of you most,valuable medicine called In
:. Alligator, Columbia Co., Eatt Florida. ALSO, be conjectured from the conditionof is to be' a valuable Medicine ought to, be known to
.. and French Burr Mill subjectedcan nqui prepaid, shall dian Loxecust has entirely relieved me of a severe
Georgia Stones i Eusopu another safe; [not a Salamander] of which an the Postmasters, or. hugh the public. ,Spread it far and near in order .thai attack of Diarrhoea I recommend

. *: :. m. WHIT SUITE! kind Colagen of Cnllin and North'and Bolting Cloth 'Al iron skeleton rra. only remained,and not a vestige sent without prepayment.the same shall. be.charged the.afflicted may' find. relief. Yours;& '' ,:; your medicine to those similarly cheerfully afflicted.
produce paid '
: .tl' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, .Suh CAH of a They were companions In'the with doable the above rats. ; ELIJAH BUTCH. With respect &e.
: for Deer
. Alligator Columbia Co., East Florida. Wo1.Hidel. SippIK.urs.! same office on the second floor,from which.they 3. Bound books and of printed matter, To DrPonse'JAcssosvILLE( n. THAD. C. ANDItEkVS..
1
.: ." 10YT. fell upon crates of eahern'war in the cellar, the not weighing over; ounces, shall be deemed -_S
3 E. F
. ".. BOSTON & GUNB7 red safe upon Samander. If their posi- mailable mattr"Y August 15th, 1851.
Reference*: J For Afflicted.: .
been the skeleton Dear Sir This will inform S
.:. S r.vrd. Periodic.publbed ,not exceed : yott that one bottle
COTTON FACTORS Mean. AWDER!& Co., FRANKLnrfc BuN-I, would nave rmne. Mj Joss .over the,insur- th montls. ad from the office of of your medicine, called INDIAN LOXECUST. baa SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarette

: t. AND LEY, WEBSTER & PALME, SWIF ance i$1, salvation of my books.i atual and bona Ado pub permanently cured two of my negroes of a severe COUGH Ashthmatie and Hepatic -

::1- GENERAL COMMISSION MEnCHADTTS. Co., 8aanuh. Ga.;. WM. & Co., your Salamander with the rpresntatves' to be charged one half.the subsrbers attack t>f Dysentery. I consider it an .excellen Pill,derangements of Consumptie the Liver,.;.Spleen,
: ; Corner Ba and Jefferson Streets New ; RrCGLZI Norms, &Co., Bostun and important do in the last above table mentoned medicine for this \ '
Mass.F. M elO.O. umenL.wbich cn and prepayment quar .complaint, and take gnat,,pleasure &o.;Tonic Pills and Bitters,for the Dyspeptic;
i. !' .SAVAKNAH.OA.: Looxis London, duplctd. has fully ter s postage thereon must iu all cases be required recommending it to the public.. Antalgio Pills.Ointu> nta,and Tinctures,forth'
Ct. H. S. McCoMBS E -
0 _: 5 5 .. JOHS BOSTON. JOHJT n. CU Br. ; SQ.'J Wilmington, Del. It great pleasure to exhibit the Periodicals published at-interva1 of more than Respectfully relief of Nepantte, Utarine,Rheumatic and gouty

!!.if. October 30, 1851. tf. &vnna.. August 23tb, 1851. lept.4t new safe purcnasedof yon and explain its merits three months are full rate,which ', ". rnIDtN. ANDEZ.) pains;; &".Pills and:Mixture*.for arrest-
t' at my present office,No.21'Pearl street, ,where Ishall must be prepaid. ...v. To. Mr.?. ?0, -t.1 lug speedily (cite,8&0 .t jee t>4. >'aeneous and
't:. E. M.: MOORE & Sea Island Cotton Gins. the building," No. 218 NoTK.-ln there Is t
case
: CO., rem i on or in any newspaper, other discharges from the wiaarjr organs; Styp
': +.. -S tt-ENERAL rglHE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity ercted. Yours respctrull periodical;pamphlet, or other printed.matter._or "THERE c IS NO FA.nIN": '' ? tic,r uterine and other Hjunochages; Antihj-

!;",..' ;COEIELISSIOflr'EIEROHANTS ANDFACTORS JL to inform the planters of Long Staple Cot papr'connected therewith, 'any manuscript 'f ',;St. John's Beach Fla.,'Feb:'5tb.l8S2.1-"" dropical Ointment.Powders an4 Potions for reducing
he still continues The invite by which shall be drondcal
that the manufacture undersigned country merchants and ioaton asked for ; eweUhiigsCarLuca Pills for
.,' .. latest improved ROLER HORSE GINS don- others interested the preservation of their book or communicat il by marks or signs,' Dear Sir-Having usidLycKirinost.valtmbleMedicine diseases of the heart and purifteatieaof the blood;

1--- .. (Smet new Warehouse) ble andllg10 ul rat.d'i ready to from fe.[but particularly those having Rich's the .ewspr. proiC pamphlet;or other .caUed'Indian Lexecntt with ,complete Alterative Pills fox the renavation cJT.tht, consti
: '219 :-'Bay-Street,. ._Savannah, Ga. fill al the shortest safes ] to call at the 146 Water street printed to.fetter postage; success in my family feel it a,dniy I.owe to you tution; Antidysenteria.PilJ,, tot d.11eakrJaud

:., f:. the reputation of the Gins,apply to the fol New,York, to seethe, ; dept of Mr..Gilbert' and i 1 the:.duty of 'the Postmaster :to remove children and the pnbuo have been to inform:cured'of.a yon that,myself: and two diarrhoea; Magic UncUuresaM Embrocations for
": E. M. Moou.N.. M.HAUlS. those who safe with.the. book undiitnrbedwl4ch !tbsbas the wrappers and envelopes from severe Diarrhoea the speedy relief of .
lowing to ?
Agents, or : them i mat affectiona,, espeCiall'those !
: :,t'S .: Oct. 23.I8SI. tf. S" hv i ue, kindly permitted: ,remlQ'for tbesatIsfactionand ter and pamphlets not charged aU-prtd with it,when nothing else would give,:u! hliet.t i of fentales; Disinfeet&fead.Prophjlectwwashes
. AGEYS. Publish .If
"t t" Vfllalonga & : I gratification of publc. :.. /,',"7, for the purpose of ascertaining whether there is ,. you. .ias.s5.You-- $ Ul. ,.(tho former secure against infection, and
LOUD :
& CO.
G&
t ri p;. ,Cap B. R.Bytbewood, Beaufort, S. ftj.: Orders forBuaglar Vaults.an4VsultDoors uPI or connected with any such printed matter .To bf E PelniettJ the latter neutralises by a chemical process,any
.S S < Factor... and Commission JUerchants, & DeVeaux. Charleston, S. C. ,promptly:and faithfully executed. .: such 'package,-ny matter, or thing'which -m. ; contagious vfflus with which ono may chance .

) ti.; ;' 8AVAVVAU GSOHOIA, Tin cVHarrii, Ocla. E. .5-- STEARNS &MARVIN would authorize or require the charge'of a higher ') *JACKSONVILLE,-May 6th, 1851., come in contact;)ColiaSyrnpa,children; DUoutienta -
1; N .118,, Bay tStreet.j & CO Forid .. Successors & : rate of h *. N.n.. HALL for swellings
I Ja DTle,. E. Fla. S S to.Rich C. postage toe : .This is to certify it is with much pleasure, that !I pimples freckles *o.;
: ;Postmaster Salve for
R. General.
I L De. Palatka, ; 146 and corner Avenue A Bore;Unguents,: for itch, scaldbead
Wati.treet to the Public that I hav
.
Strict attention will be'given to the sale of Cotton S. S DEPARTMEUT" announce been effectually burns,&. Collyna for
Savannah Ga.,- .Mark Pl York POS OJJIC Jnne14, 185J.- cured of the distressing complaint called ; sore eyes;Dentieficei sad
'
e. ,or other and liberal advances the Dy Collutones for the
.t produce, made S.L.Niblack&Co.AUigKtorE.F.. -' right of Rich's Patentfor entery* teeth and gums and varia*
bythe. highly recommended
11. when desired.' 'Lartlutei' Eliiabethtown,'Lowndes the whole of the United States and the only S r ? : : remedy of other remedies are manufactured to order 'ft
,
S "H : : Mr. E. Poinsett. "I ha4 resorted to :
!.JJ $JOHN Wt C. man) thongs, .
LOUD., P. H.LOUD.; Cut"G. *. makers of Salamander safes combining both patents OFF1CERs Nlis iBiiR but of avail *I chemical and pathological principle; universally
22. 1852 | .'d" no : waa induced to:try a'tel7:
: & y: j ALSO,, : i commonly ognlled. by th.9profession, and generally kept
,
r S oed RlcH'.afe.orWI.u'lander palatable and pleasant Medicine to
) j, S Exn.Bxss-Airo BRUSHES can, i"J of-the p S : .THE. SEVERAL'.WARS SINCE satisfaction' completely' ,and,. my. grta t on h>nd| at the Brick' Office,ofUu, BAJtEJJ,

S -- -O.D.OAK, oerat rates. 1 'wanting ,Feb.6,182IJ" J t .. '0. 'REYOLUTIQN : days, and fcare not been troubled cured since w.UUin a few, opposite the Court House.. '. S .:*
with thso .
Watchmaker and'!Jeweller. .J' Gi or Gins r ,please die i to'Agents, i S By ar indiS.oi-: much dreaded.disease1. ",.t.- "." .. *,. .. S Lions V RICE per bottle, phial, box,0.,with dirt
for -
: isovi FLA. ', o, t. ,*S.* BURNtf 'I : OLINOWllOtTSE.S : S (who hT Mt recOived)"ar entitled -,lam happy to say,other:immediate cures,'have' PitESCItIFT1o.x&their use tl 00 '4 r tI' dl
-5.-S > : BOUNTYLANDTor services ,ona-month come under I in( !, in 5Q me
eCi my"bwn observation
with
.I Would jratpectfally Inform th* public that Junt .m.' 1aw6in. '-TTHE..SUBSCRIBER: more the widows,and minor children of those clar' l.cb"rfullJ' &c1d: J'z t, tothe already:Lfew cines$5,00 ia hand,and from*5 to$100 accord
0 __:he has.taken the shop on Bay street, for- deeeJv. also entitled. :Tb great amount cf testimony'with."; lag to contract and the,nature of the ease wkethfteuraU >
by WiUtam : ;:. "having"recently opened _ Slblrbt" incurable whoa
occupied
footiy. GroUie. where h.1I ;.OB I a a moderate com Valuable Mtficiw.tttaeSra&Jr completed;or,in cases,
prepared to execute all work entrusted to his can A.lnDB"CIT" ,l"m. ,the above House, would re claims of tbose interested.?*Having been employ -.t. T"To'E'Affia.'tf'VM' the relief promised ia afforded: Special con VEtS
wain.d.eepa.t.ch.&I1d in workmanlike .. licit the patronage of the Ker' oi in S Sfe'w1'"' ,-; made in c1ironiUISes.IliendesireiL.
mailer. nubile office for several years, hit txpef ;
.r.a 29-tt S _.. 'S for lab vei"aftclt1i: are at'this.time som.fiv.uuix pu1lg pibd.' iasueh matters will enablehim' to.:afford'neat loocc CcL .. '.1.!. Sq. '. ; .. ) --Urc1ers 1roIQ CiiIt.aoce"wi' l.ezacloaed
-
t' :'line of business, ; : -
: several of the samewith fire "' "' will meet with
facIlIties claimants .
:Spirit Gas/Gaa. pl..The HOl >for'LANZVANp PflN- llmt'.. ; 211S31UrouthatJbs4) ., p'Omp'.ttefl&'l '
OFF OLD. is within ou.bzied and
tSELLING' SHJOE Post : JIckArW f.f f.x f.
5*. Lmps"Campht" and say them greal"deal J/ : '. ; De.,13,185 ff tf _,
.trouble
W
'wleth', .& .Office and, Wb&ZYCr :The SIONS accniideijtta:Tbe matter tl1i 1
.
invite ,. ne Gac Ji.Agvn Where a 1' l L .
flTUiE Subscribers tbt attention of udersg
/DO '-.tS
S.- h.LoI
pur-
Sed : for Gen Scott's four born >torn Dot1l ". Iaboria nnderaTofVtiQtent ,
y chgezs inad.4jl f :rOD PAxarrxif
M. chasers their remaining supply G R.OCBR1ES 1 :: 1. S & "
,', HacJc MaUlinssrbotb IsavjngXor lUr att.cl of
the
'. oCI1 p ',hicbsed '
S PROWSIONa HOUSE ARTl-. and retail; < t If,y F r f arth. particulars 0.ml. prcmptattenUouan4 zstruotionrMnt7-' :te -*sui.fcrm te aad ikii U gtti Q hpici rhoe'j unable Of,every; dtscripUon ia''Black BlaaCaxmJI

JwftIeL CLE8.tichthey. 'i ELIBOULTEK art selling:ff'at COT .and-for N.B. laOa Spirit u m low a M(1- slvayi J ,Jacksonvgl \ PI t:o o,.I*?.'**' '..-L. .,?? C.1.BENNETT.Att4*- t_ 6 d4"IIIJ'.1rofL..cBId ,.w about t* -- t: t /' : -1 r, w J
J4.ME3i. gtt.p all hnM of obtatniie <- -
.
relief
'wjf } y r Lbas.rdof .5.-
ph ASFrW,4l! :It' .
'
1iy 6-z* Jacksonvult.- ,: Northernmarket )J.t X4TLTLXZCTL A
(breath ,
B7-t. ; or ;" "
r :1 .. $1m3r71S5. ,tt uilJ Wu ?v 'J yonr-1ND1AlOXEQO8 lid the u*
,.
,
; 1
t1$1I. "
) : .: It' c r C IOtbr.W.I"n U.lKUt ez..t U ; of) vt. 'tuei_jhAt nllrely! mtond W ata ) .3 .UfJTHiaOFFICE S. k, -. a.


I' .


M' -
S -