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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: July 8, 1852
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
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[ the N. O. Evening Port.] ly her burthen. -
upon Presently, a tawny tinues eYeD to our day, as a' monument of fact that* .
.. THE CUILD AND TilE PEBBLE." face, bent down near the ground, lit up by God's wrath, to all successive AiagoO hzi .j stl1. forfeited, ,.all! :,This despatch was addressed to- :

the glowing aparkwbich he, with distended ,while above the engulfed cities generations of the ; right to .lh ,ands, by disregarding the ,ob-. Webb and-Moees H. GrinneU,
TraMlated from the German. cheeks, is blowing into flame once jects and conditions that Mr.'Raymond, of the N. Y.
elands
a of
out the ;
blooming valley lies dead grant
and
a, foetid and
from the darkness. lake. by at* graphed to and published ia hi
I met an infant by a bridge, the women and children The tents are pitched, It stretches deep into the southern* desert, tempting to" transfer'the l lands. to..a foreigner which Mr. Dunean read. *. .:

With heir of flaxen hue, the night: the fire shoots, are into sheltered for and all before, and around, as far away as ; or,' upon the right of eminent 1Jher.; were.several'voices V / ,..
flame the
Cheeks red and rounded M a peach, up a ;; eye can follow blank bills piled high '
I domain Mr
the Dmean 1 .
men-some andupon the -1 don't
sitting ground : know who ,
some thatit.was
kneeling hills
And eyes of blue. dome: over pale yellow, and naked, wall in statement'b I
reclining-are gathered around the. blaze their tomb for ever-the dead and damned necessary in'.order to complete., thet't treaty, author would Infamously throw it ia false his,face.and .

She held a pebble in her bud numbers listening now to a tale, told by one of their Sodom and Gomorrah. No fly hums in the and therefore'for the public good and general -" The gentleman spoke earaestly, '

And then in careless glee, on, another while sometimes the on one, sometimes forbidden air, but, instead, a deep stillness;; welfare) 9!, the nation to resume or re- galleries.,est!!excitement, ; prevailed, ear'tu. : .
Threw it far out into the flickering light glares I, no weed peers through the barren sand but "
stream, more fiercely. yoke the, grant, it'was, in either GoY"Johuton cf Pa., said;I
And laughed at me. in mockery of ail life, grotesquely planted L v case- a that there is BO person ia this
And now it is midnight: the tents are on the forlorn shore, stand trees borne down rightful and.legitimate, act of sovereign more deeply sensible of the

The golden fishes dived away, silent bers : the'camp-fire burns low upon its em by Jordan, in some ancient flood, spreading!: power, and one i .which: cannot be questioned on Louisiana the feelings than of'i the honorable

As fast the pebble fell, lie stretched: swarthy forms, folded in their capotes, out their skeleton arms, ail scorched and i in Court of 1ust ce. Committee the Platform am.I was sad a I

And epreading circlet, vexed the wares upon the bales of plunder, or blackened by the heats of the long, silent I Iyears. fourth Tfieioarts is entirelY1ll1tru. that any .
WALk gentle swell around the common hearth: 'tt.e animals .'!..- farther of the opin. by Southern or Northern
share the general repo ,;_and over alt rides The fate of Tie wife.of Lot is so akin to ion tht.ehQ.fh. .grant t was not rightfully FiCmore men, in the form of.

"Fair child,"I thought, "how bleat in life, the her moonligbiing"up radi the whole scene with I that of the fabled Niobe, turned to stone in annulled by the treaty, yet it is, not a grant this lation because to either, am of a the Mend candidates.of Gea.
U thus thou wide silvery nce. her agony for the 'loss of her children which friend ;
scatter destroyed by the terms of the would of the Whig! party. [
The cares and sorrows thou shalt meet A fugitive has brought intelligence to) by the'arrows of Apollo, that we stand ratified treaty of "good good! ] 1 Win say,
ar.d
On every side." Abram of the disastrous fight and the cap. might; ftncy them to be only different versions confirmed, or which the was not in the Committee the
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ture of his kinsman. Hastily collecting his of the same story. The Niobe has United States are bound to confirm,although of unkind felic.one that could

Full many gladsome years had fled, own clan, and calling some of the neigh teen the sculptor's inspiration,'and the po t's made before the 24th January, 1818 : That Committee pleasant. to appeal say whether to every we 'did

When fancy me beguiled, bouriug tribes to his assistance, Abram starts theme, in all successive ages: the wife of I the United States are bound to band of brothe t our
And bent my steps towards the bridge in pursuit of the spoilers, and falls upontheir I Lot has, in all time, been held op to universal confirm it ratify and subjects, comp i
the only to the same extent that it great national Whig
Where sat the child. encampment, near fountains of the desecration. party could
Jordan. Jnorant of the force of their as would have been Talid if the territory had Convention And 1 say,now because, as I did not wish
ia
S Alas! the arch had felt decay, sailants, and seized with a panic by the sud Judge Bronson Charge la the Alagon. remained under the dominion of Spain andt under the.shadow of a clond some,that if
The denness of the, midnight attack the late Case. ; ing which animated
stream, a river grown vic > is manifest the
from the dtegat
torious host is evidence in the case tee had
Courted madly o'er the spot where put to flight, and closely: pursued In District Court prevailed t-this
once the United hare
The pebble shone. by a portion ot the followers of Abram, the Northern of States for that if the treaty iad not been made, the h- such-- .- ,&have
District ,
Florida 'n.
near to Damascus-"Damascus that of Monday grant would not have been held .ar, ana me DUn. ,
earthly May 24th 852. valid by the ents sent us here perform
And 'mid the darkness of the night, paradise, whose air is heavy with its weight; Spanish Governt nt. It was ir. fact revoked -I brought to a conclusion. I have no
And 'mid the furious storm of roses, whose life-stream is the ice-cold I latio to the just brought
With torrent that tumbles from the JOHN DOE, ex DEM., Lorr CLARKE, AND and annuled by the King and Cor- Convention. II it was
arms tossed np feyhearen,there stood I snowy sides o'fis, vs. JOSEPH A. BBADEN. tez. The United t affect the of dugd
A woman's form. of Auli Lebanon," in which she, thirsting States, therefore, are not gentlemen-fortune or Ffllmore-I
forever, lies down with her lips to the tide, bound either by (be rules of public law, by so does every friend of as

k t Then,with a cry of wild despair, and clings to the rushing waters,-while The proofs being closed, and the argu the universal pritciples of right and justice, the candidates author. and Stt jr.

: It plunged beneath the wave, Abram taking possesion of the spoil, turns: ments of the respective parties concluded, or by the terms of the 8th article of the A voice: "It is a newspaper
And foaming whirlpools gathered1 o'er back with the rejoicing captives, towards: the Court charged the Jury as follows : to ed back Baltimore."
The lonely grave. Sodom. treaty, recognze or confirm it. Governor Johnston -As the
Through all this the wife of Lot escapes First. The foundation of the Plaintiffs' Fifth. The Ccurt is further of the opinion La has said it is false in

I turned away with tearful eye, mention, though we may readily fancy IP title is the concession or order of the King; that inasmuch as this claim under the and,I appeal there to gentlemen will be a on better

For memory could but own that we behold her, still patient and nnobtrusivp of Spain, of the 17th December, 1817 and I grant to the Duke of Alagon has never been they have heretofore acted bt&
The child had flung itself where fell seated upon<< a camel's bump stir Ae party, and those who *$
The sparkling stone. rounded by her children and neighbours, the Cedula, or Royal Order of the 6th Feb recognised and confirmed by the United another. nor lk L

with Lot himself walking beside her; her ruary, 1818, which, together, constitute the States, or by any Board of Commissioners I From this, Mr. Editor,, it )

[From the Home Journal mild face, veled; in the folds of her yas mack, grant or concession to the Duke of Alagon; or Court authorized br Congress to adjudicate i appears that there has been 11)1
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THE WIPE OF LOT. adoption.turned serenely We towards the land of her of the lands in question. Whether the Or or decide upon the validity oi the grant, and partial version of the
imagine the
'" .. ,. -- --. in2's that met them may nn.. th..ir.,_".rnmlthe ..joyful..... .._.greet-.... ___ der of the 17th December, 1817, was complete it is therefore a claim "not, reeoirnlsed nr I the Savannah for
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UF an me :
j women 01 sacred
: one has received no little sympatby History from-, not lofty form and the benign face of Abram.* HI itself, and amounted to a grant, I confirmed," and within the meaning of the ness with which hi quoted '

not one has been so misrepresented by, and where he stands among the kings and the deem it unimportant to inquire, because it J st section of the act of Congress of 3d Mr. DUNCAN'S' short remark
to-posterity, as the wife of Lot. people who have come out to meet him and was reaffirmed and made the March .1807 ingenuous
Melchisedek, king of Salem, who operative by relating to settlements, &c., purpose, sbowstbat.

brother Lot was Haran the, who son"died of Abram's in the land youngest of his .'a priest of the most high God," brings was-forth also Cedula or Royal Order of the 6th February, on the public lands, (2d Salutes at Large, of the proeeding must .have l

nativity, in Ur of the Chaldees," a district to bread and wine, and solemnly blesses the 1818, which related back to the Order of of the United States: page.445,) and that its he not

the north-east ofthat region which lies above patriarch ; and we bear his noble icfusal t, to the 17th December, 1817; and hence that the claimants, therefore, have only an equitable of Mr. Dvsciirs remarks t )

junction ot the Tigris and Eupbrates. and the the king of Sodom, to accept any share of may be considered as the date of the con- and inchoate title at best, acd have not long for insertion 1 Mr. J

lonian became afterward the seat of the great Baby- for the captured young chiefs goods,who save were only with a portion him; cession-explained and rendered more full the right to take possession, but on the contrary nant denunciation of the

When monarchy.Abram, with his family, already and we see the family of Lot again reinstated and perfect by the Order of the 6th February are expressly forbidden so to do until would not, perhaps, 8 well : 5

,grown into a petty tribe, departed from his in their desolated home. 1818; and it is so considered for the their title has been confirmed. Consequent Republican's columns a the

"house-from his kindred and country" as foretelling When the the angels destruction came of first the to Abram, ,. purposes of this suit. Taking these two ly, that not having the right of possession, the above closing comments : j :
doomed ;
flocks God commanded and slaves, and moved the with all their cities of the plain, Sarai prepared life cakes orders together, it is manifest from their tenor or the complete legal title, they cannot sustain New York delegation were

;: followed the fortunes across of the partriarcb Euphrates-tot, who for their repast; but when, in pursuance of and spirit, and is more particularly apparent an action of eje ment. .That their only the coalition 1 inadvertently

had become to him a second father, into their mission, they came to Sodom, and Lot, from the orders and proceedings ot redress is by application to the political power Raymond," & The coalition King.'I

;, Palestine. ,wbo....-was..out sitting Ihl'V pn'.r..d in the gate hi..q,hnn.tI.rose up,.to,. meet. the King and the Council of the Indies in legislative department of.the Govern- MOSD "divulged These are
; Subsequently the inoe were driven DY .n..J.to ._ .
1fl 4 *
It .
: his entreaty, was nWtttrprriU ; ;; furnish irwitfibutaviolalio aal! T: Dt _'* own words. To serve jU
and condition of the
famine, into Egypt; and when Abiam returned feast and baked the unleavened bread for intent, one grant or :
again! to Canaan, or Palestine, loaded his angel guests-all of which would leadto concession to Alagon-and one of the prin- These points being fully conclusive as to en3ofsliSnTp'd Dlisfi"the

with possessions. suited to his pastoral life- I the conclusion that, among a primitive cipal inducements on the part of the King to the rights of the parties, the. Court deems it MOSD, refuted a it is, in open
"sheep and oxen, and be asses, and men ser whose must have been notice DPNCAN JOUNSTOS CABELL
people, women cunning make the grant, was the colonization and unnecessary to other points raised in by ,
"ants. and maid-servants, and she asses, ';f
in housewifery, the wife of Lot was :
of and the the course of the trial and arguments. other one that could be'heanl
and camels: he and his wife and all that he either a mere nonentity in her family, or settlement the country, agricultural i
had"-Lot was with him, and he also was that Lot himself interfered sadly with the and commercial advantages which it From these views of the Court, however, universal and deafening burst of

"rich in flocks and herds, and tents;" and house-keeping. was supposed would arise to the Province the Jury are bound to find a verdict for the of the entire Convention; for, if

they passed onward into the south, and But we are now approaching to the beginning therefrom ; and it, is equally clear that the Defendant; and are so instructed accord means any thing, the
pitched between Bethel and Hai.But of the wife's short history. The
in effect that RAYMOND
when the pastures proved insufficient celestial visitants warn Lot of the approaching !. grant was made subject to the laws of Spain, ingly. _ says, ,

for the great stock: of cattle which the tribe l destruction of Sodom, asking, "Hast and particularly subject to such laws of the [FOE THE FLORIDA EEPCBLICAX..] truth intended to be kept ,

possessed, and disputes arose between! the thou any here besides ?" and adding, "Sons- Indies as were applicable to the case, and not expect, Mr. Editor, that the

herdsmen of Abram and Lot, the patriarch in-laie. and thy sons, and thy daughters, and that the Duke of Alagon, in his proceedingsto General Scott and the .""Savannah Republican. would have published the
besought Lot, in those sublime words: Let whatsoever thou bast in the city, bring them JOHKSTOM or Mr. DBAPER or
there be no strife, pray thee, between tbee forth out of this place." And Lot went out carry into effect the objects of the grant, Ma. EDITOR :-I -find: in the Savannah ,
nunciations of Mr. of
and me, and between thy rdmen and my I and spake to his sons-in-law, which marriedhis and to avail himself of its benefits was J? CUE
herdmen, for, ve be brethrer}," and proposed daughters, and said, *Up, get ye out of bound to conform those laws. Republican" of the 25th ult., tm-following: Mr. REMHEAU of Georgia,
that they should; separate, and thenceforth How GEN. SCOTT WAS NOMINATED.-Daring
this for the Lord will destroy this earnest of his real
place, gave
The testimony goes to show not only the evening session. Saturday, of the Whig Convention -
occupy independent settlementSjOfivrinj to go city,' but he seemed to them as one that Mr. DUNCAN, of Louisiana, amid muchconfu.sion ing a resolution for the
but
either to the right hand or to the left, as Lot mocked." what those laws were, that early in said: .
should decide. Lot departed eastward, into 1818 and before the Duke of had Mon from ,the Convention, ( "
We may imagine with what words of earnest Alagon "I have just had placed in my hands by a tnJ
the rich and fertile valley of the Jordan, persuasion Lot strove to move his sons sold or conveyed any of tbis 'land, his attention distinguished gentleman from Georgia, and because ings Monday, June 22J.;) for I
then abounding in flourishing cities, and! and daughters from their apathetic disbelief; he u a little more hoarse than 1 am, the paper been aware tbat there were
"pitched his tent toward Sodom," while was distinctlycalled to them by the which I hold in my hand. If he had not been i
be entreated themto
with what
urgent prayrra so enfeebled, he would have felt it to be his but 8uch as we're entitled to
Abram again moved with his tribe} and encamped with him from the doomed city and King and the Council of the Indies, or by duty
go to present the same thing to the House and the ,between the Savannah i
in the southern plain of Mamre. turned from them and went back to the mother the proper officials of the Spanish Govern- country. Among other things, it is stated that space
Throughout the history of their wanderings and the sisters, who anxiously awaited ment, and that every effort was made on the the New York delegation are indignant at the rejection rivers-and, even there, not : '
ISarai the "lair the beloved of their claimant and that if, SCOTT is
woman, bIll thank God that.he was not
wife of the the return. part of the King ,of Spain to ensure the due defeated, by it. they will protest Against the action a
patriarch, promised their sorrow,.and in compliance -
Compassionating of the Convention and disavow it* binding' But we did think that political
mother of a great nation, has honourable with their entreaties, the angels waited observance of them by the Duke of Alagon, force-[applause and hisses]-and, also, that the would have
mention; while she, whose name stands at; until morning; and the intervening time and that be was especially cautioned and North gave way on the platform, with the understanding intelligence been
the head of our chapters the ancestress of that the Southern Whigs were to give deter any ijne from circulating
was doubtless occupied by Lot in the still advised, that be could not by law, and would on iScorr.' :
the rival tribes Ammon and Moab, famous fruitless effort to persuade his children to fly way ening a wrong allegation, and
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be alienate the lands
not permitted to, or The remarks of Mr. Duncan produced great
in Jewish has other in the I
history, no name with him : but they, dwelling among a corrupt excitement and confusion. His statement was corrective which followed it;
chronicle than tbe wife of Lot1 part of them, particularly to strangersor
for that any
people, had perhaps become corrupted. predicated on the following despatch, sent to the its
Lot, during all this period, was not living They were incredulous, and made light of foreigners.. After this, and before any New York Times by its Free-Soil editor.R.n- Republican; notwithstanding'
in the state afterwards recommended by his belief. treaty bad been ratified and confirmed be. MONO, who was in attendance upon the Convention tion, would have had

St. Paul to his followers, is most probable: The dawn was at band they might no ", Th despatch says s enougf to constrain1, it, seeing
; tween the United States and Spain, and Six ballots show an average strength of WEBSTER
it being contrary to the domestic habit and l longer tarry, and the angels hastened Lot, : 29, fILLMOU 130, SCOTT 133. To-morrow. and substance of Mr. DtrncAN's
policy of the pastoral roomads, with whom I sayiner, Take thy'wife, and thy two daughters while the Province cf East Florida was still it is believed Kentucky,Tennessee,Virginia,and :his denial of the slander-is :
numbers was power, and increase was I that are here, and fly 1" But still be lingered under the dominion of Spain, and subjectto one or two others, will give. SCOTT the nomination c
en th third or fourth ballot. The Northern the three lines that have
only
wealth. nation and
Her
lineage are alike loth leave until the laid the deed of
to angels the laws of Spain, May, Whigs gave way oaths platform with this under .
unknown; there is no record of her life save hold,upon his hand, and upon the band of executed by Alagon to Richard undinr. If SCOTT is not; nominated, they pressed. ;
was
1819,
that of its unhappy ending; and in all subsequent I his wife, and upon the hand of his two will. charge breach of faith on the South. In Mr. Editor, we did ,!
ages she has been held up to th daughters and brought'them forth and set S. Hackler. & ; such from
world as an example of God's Therefore the satisfied the sumnary ejection bf the New York SCOTT .t trcs" any
:
if
punishment, them without the city," and commandedhim Second Jury are
u defeated it will
of men ; and, if SCOTT by ;they party this latitude, much ]
Dot disobedience hjUt of female cu osity. : Escape for tby life !-look not behind that the laws of Spain and the Indies protest against the action of the Convention. ,'and i
The choice of the more fertile district force.' who has held association with :;
exposed I thee : to the mountain lest thou disavow ita binding
escape such have been read to them and
Lot to were as in the 7Hb.
constant dangers. The independent be consumed!11 eA similar statement appeared *l. stand upon the broad'
princes of the valley of the Jordan What thoughts wire swelling in that mother's that it was not lawful for,a Spanish subject Though the New York delegates were promptto Whig "
the coalition inadvertently divulged by -Thejr
submitted to pay tribute to some of their heart, as they sped onward over the to sell:,or'transfer lands to a stranger or fo- RAYMOND deny' there is no so doubt but; that they were and t simple and. the written.
store powerful neighbours. Thirteen years path that glow*! red witb-4b *.ry ligkt-of "is".r. ; then this 4*.J of May, 1819, from determined to drive the Convention to the nomination ;
after, they endeavoured to throw off the heaven beneath their hurrying sandals! of General SCOTT,or to set; up tor them- plain that he that runs and 'r
yoke but a confederacy: of the kingdoms on Suddenly her pace slackens/Lot,. now benton Alagon to Hackley, was in violation of law selves." derstand 'them. of their ,

the Euphrates and Tigris, led by Cedor-Lao- self-preservation, with her two fair daughters and void, aud conferred, no title on Hackley.The i The above can be"regarded onlyasaa at written ones is.n'O SurTJdi: of

mer, king of Elymis, advanced into the bad hastened- before her. These Duke of Alagon could not (if those I tempt to deceive; and, in proof of the assertion involves no \

country, subdoeitlul' 1 the neighboring tribes, were safe, and there might yer be time laws.l have been ,correctly and satisfactorily ,,I beg you to, insert the following full pfftTte thc '
and finally joined battle with the pnnces of I She would return and 'seek those whom she : t of the.
the Jordan, in the Tale Siddim. There the hadso unnaturally deserted. They were proved) legally make any such conveyance; and correct report of, theproceedings in this i pine 'g' :

ground was broken with 'deep pts; and fissures rioting,:feasting, perhaps, unmindful of the and,bad..he attempted so to.do, here in the matter, taken from" the Baltimore-- Sua- ',of fl,I' mjoty.f not ypnr ,

caused by the bituminous nature of the i I danger.that encompassed them. She would province. East Florida; where,it ought,to the 21st ultimo : __ 1 may.be Mn Editor, ;ith/

fjoiL The troops,of? the confederate princesof I save, or perish with then. Obeying the im-, have ',bee "'done. if at all, lie would havebeenprevented There ..were load cries of>ballot" &'ballot. ,,'', ,? but''reg' ;
thWordan were routed the king of Sodom pulse of her affections, and disregarding the the Governor from "take the vote.*" At; this point; u SOs1Dminatin.
and Gomorrah fell among the 'pits, the rest divine niandatey she turned :and hastened by doing ;MI Duncan,of Louisiana rose to a question ofaersonsl of ,bi'' refuttion of the ,

of the army dispersed, the victors possessed backward. a" few paces,.' towards Sodom': I t, and no Notary here could hare executedthe The President privilege again and honor.endeavored. 'to v enforce_ .,order the'ton honorable gentlemen of the

themselves of "all the goods of Sodom and Who can'licture,her agony when upon ,lifting papers without a violation of, law and by the usual appliances earnest.requests. thus "tWgeoY* to th
Gomorrah, and all their victuals and Lot her'eyes, tbej terrible scene :Jay spread ; of.tbeB yal'Order. and earnest blows with his hammer. 'LdOt.. ;
among other; "with all his goods wascarried before her ''frenzied vision t Fire/rained Mr. Duncan amid the eonfos An,said t "I havejust Florida who ,by,
away captive. down from heaven 'on the" yoted"citiea; I: The same objection. applies to'the deed or ; had placed ia 'my bands by s distinguished press your in ',time' ;
he is little i er
because a
from and
Georgia,
We can picture ourselves the almost interminable : conveyance Hackley of 30th June, 1820i gentleman : :
the soil, broken and :undermined with Veins more hoarse than I am.the paper which 1 hold ia :ire still true t their principles
caravan, as it moves slowly up of sulphur"! and bitumen,,set on fire by the That conveyance: :was;likewise violation my hand. If he had not been n enfeebled. l selves.: A :
the valley of the Jordan-the armed: hosts of lightning azed upward, and all above, and of, law and'against' the express injunctions would have felt; it to be his duty to present. thetame ,- 'F n ." ,
the to the House and th.eoub7. Ameng .
laden marauding kings, the ,captured camels, beyond, writhing and smoking; spread' the. of.the Kicg.:. ;It was jnaae in Madrid, in* other.things tbiag stated that the N e w York delegation rwX3
with Uxerich spoil of the plundered interminable flame. '. .. are indignant; at the'reJectJ l1'of.theiJ'C'1.h..ft ,.WHG VJc.Tb .
stead of .the Ptoyin e'of 'East Florida and
cities, the stem brows of the vanquished Speechless,senseless, as if turned to stone ,and tan ifScott it defeated by lttbeYwill Convention electi which C
men, and the Yelled and'downcast. faces, of she stood revealed amid the'angry glare, until while, the.Spanish'law was ia fall force and protest against the action of"the Convention and ter last has
( I farce. (Applause tfJt mont r
the lssvowUs
and binding
weeping '
women Jeogt1rufrocated: by the I aulpbufoOnpors effect hereIVraVThe.Conrt/ -..him1order.11t
clH The W
hisses aad also crie hear plete Whig big
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evening and we behold'them prepare white'her' body was encrusted wjlh is further the opin'I I ,AotI r;. v..row.... "
: ; ticket elecled
iDg/for their encampment, after a'long/day's the' saline i particles which filled the'wholeatmospherershe'S ; ,D thA411.I'13 utiDlIO tbe reading- "-.4114 .z.o i al by an :
march under the same circle of,flaming-sky.' became "pillar'of salt.( io1hthatihe. grant to the Duke( fMainw4' tkaltkt Worth rave vat oa platform with thedenta and 'ibjrdeuIntiveD ; :

The captives, menj Womin and children; intertnIngld Later tradition :pointed to a- :heap, or;column :: !! forman annulled';by(ha' King ** en Seott.ting...It that is tigned Southern bGiort Waig H.were 4isbrws.to giwway have chosen'all (eleven) L

with their captors'are: huddled J of salt, which,'perhaps-boire' more resemblance .' on. inVfiW'rttifica&m, .. .. ,_ ortb'e'r'r, f!,... by,and [V ieei,"WAais bet !J .} neal I. eST1..msber ., .Whig:all ( tie: :
together. knottor gathered arobud the heap 'to" a'. human form, and was1 be- with the- consent:" of the,Cortex,as,i-appears of the Committee on .1 Platform, ihdlir! eiht'il. .
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of dry bushes piled ia; the centre In ,the lieveaeyeAby the historian,'Josephos,'who there teat inch am mfam.. .. ? dtrttaJiZ attkur ffY8ithe .
evidence.tbe"ease'--nd whether *. .
fronflbe Criaof "Be ixsfl rJ .
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camels here lhi iT Cat o1! rwqtri1eii t t thernib i 'Hi'Diiper & > \Ex-Pjucsmarr.Trti*, it uf
; auf there a weary aounil total transformed; and which, if i we may beiere : o ID&II7 ngsnd; eot a few. '
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f'; Gmu S.tt'a L.ttrticiceptanc.. ;n* on his valorem; .secondly, bis cutacarp'al -> ; &sm\ge' at Tallahassee efore per-, dibeZpsto his. expectant S Jp1- ;_;'t unless otherwise ordered by this Court. .

,r. ; Wasnntnox- Jane 24, 1852. cutaneon has swelled considerably t1' .nomifteevat i otrrnast-, line Prwfdency, we feeL perfect)ierty .,toindal5e It:.Tle c1 ititeni'of j a>neassemblet; at eery This!rule] to take effect on the first day of

. .. ... To Ute Honorable J. G. CHAFMAN, if I not more;-third1yahdlaStlybi .; e lW:, h 4iTddo jiheliatter!\ withottl'affixingr in rmer af',' HlVoTer bis!tumbles] [hep'.Bnffingtois'House'' |> ivHie ornir8 oft .December term, 1852.PRZDI1 .

President of the Whig National Convention. ribs are in a c ncuSe>tatef'aridbe; ain't got the i naesfof the wpaid ,be saperflupn3 -. from his fainting fits;and>bisbes. Ihe 5tK inst.. 10jo'clock\\ an preceded byIii'of ,I
Electooy
hVs. bound to
;.jifi, Sir hands:1 han the bad official the honor notice to-of receive"unani-from a di ie.ny', money(, -consequently''kI \:: \-_ J :v'nnn ;; and it"was. with avewi.as We intimated 'io grnerqMy "just itmitG: ; be'tew late..". a music,under the directio'n- Capt.H. Regular JB OJF 'Wl CORCI.

, your Iou$ nomination as the Whip candidate my for of inscribing the wboleof the names Correspondence of the Republican.MATPOST E..W. CLARX, marched in procession totbe -Meeting. _Si

!I:" .....I tie office of President of the United States" pon'our "flag" together, that we hesitated MiiI new and commodious':store-room of Mr. ,
!,!, -I L \ D unmui? U E.F.,June 23, 1852. | Ciuxxn, Jnlj J,1852.,
"' tegetber .with "a copy of the Resolutions taking it for granted,:as we before ,expressed Editor of ) HOLMES, on Bay-street, where: nornizton S f".t'H I. Honor H.'D. HoiJui >, fn-
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. ., :Sr .. passed by>> the.conveatton.expi'essing, their ,r.S--- ourself, that there was no other ia- tl Run was by Gen. CHARLES BYRNE Boalttf :
feet Cooper,
.: of the JACKSONVILLE: DxsaSaa :. of..the. first I Bttffiagl
.'r opinions some most prominent S tendenMes.
i.,,': 1 l questions upon of National policy.1'" tional or prctical'course" left'for the Convention : mail, after the receipt"of'the Whig! Nomina- being eatied to preside, and Maj. F. ,C. BARRETT ,,tOI t" Alsop, Councilmen.The .

: This conferred Thursday, July 8th, 18551.JBSyNocertificates to take than to endore and ratify line i as Secretary. minutes of last
.r-.;: great distinction by a lions, to say, shall followtbe_ of duty, 'atl meeting having been
; 1 I numerous, intelligent!, and patriotic body, re- of publication ofEs.. noinijiationshafjiad .bet effected\ ;by the and' abide cheei fully this decision, believing > of Grace was addressed by read and approved, the reports 'ot'Coif.tu .

. ;" L LIt presenting millions of my countrymen, sinks i inserted fair-dealing.of_ the party assembled! ,j in na : R v.W.IBow, of St.,John1*church, were called.
. beartand tate or Legal notices of anyde criptipn, J : General SCOTT entitled to any honor a grateful '
:. ; 'deep jnto my ,. .remembering the In the''Republican- are given, or will tional council. Our expressions-, to the .bestow. FILLMORE was a which, Declaration Independence The !rcam' i e appointed at a iqs
,ery'eminent nam's which were.before the countrycan '
. f'.. Convention 'amicable' competition with hereafter. be' ,given, until' the advertising fee course of the'National Convention wereo first choice the the Com- was.read, prefaced..with few,eloquent.Tt- meeting survey of the'streets of
ur town,
; Nomine' byCouncilman
,_I'i',1'r my own, I am'made reel'oppressively the i is paid. SaM notices are mall; cases charged more,as an. argument addressed to those'who. oar second. .True marks, by Col.J. C. HEMMING., fAnoritionwas presented Cooper, the
t to the >erson by whom they are banded 10., \ prpmi!! platform honor following report:
} -4...: .weight sew position.of responsibility belonging to my j re 11gt assemble at Tallahassee! than as gov i politics, 8 iu every thing-lse, admits, i .. MEETING. 'immediate and it D HOLLAND which elicited frequent bursts
.. -'" WHIG oar own course; b hesitation We assured accordance'with instructions, with .
delay. are
: N9t having written a word to this no (8
y"...( ; S procure of this P of from,the'audtory.. O. Wood, Esq. Town and .
; no means followed that because Surveyor an examination
; S distinction t lost not a moment, after it had I far I hav seen) his nomination was endorsed applaus ,
: .been conferred, in addressing a letter to one A meeting of the WHIGS oi the Town mate of the action at Baltimore, we' were to a by:most, if'not aU,' of the Southern ., A..PXDEN responded t a call town have of determined the different localities the of tbe.

jI.;; of your member, 'signify what would he, and County will be held at the Court House, _take our position. upon its result, in ,total ,States. : from the assemblage! and made a bref,'per- ,of a survey, in upon consequence impracticability of the -

S ......(,. .at to a the proper Convention time, the, and cubstan.ce I now of:have my reply the this (THURSDAY Y) evening, the 8th inst., at i disregard of a State Convention which we Permit me to; I became convinced tinent and patriotic speech, and was, :followed i irregularity streets. A survey cannot b

,1". '. honor to repeat, in a more formal manner, as early cande! light. A full attendance of I bad long, since recommended, and the propriety of Gen. SCOTT'S say strong adherence, to the by Col.: B. M. PEARSON. in the same made withou interfering with.tD rights

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.".... .; the occasion justly demands, that I accept the members, of the party is; requested, as the of which we had preconceived. It was strain. c ;, Commitee reommend that
.. Compromise upon reading'the. such fences as are the streets, altered .
. Nomination with the Resolutions annexed. business will be the at Ieasurel' b 8
.f.f principal appointment contemplated in the resolutions adopted The wants of the'/ inner man11 haying
from' the C"Hon. and removed conform
f following extracts speech: as as
The aud laid t nearly
....,.:.:... ; .down In political those resolutions principles are so measures broad that of additional Delegates to the State. Convention the Whig meeting in this place thai the,ConE. C. CABELL, Representative in ..Congressfrom been soppted' 8 table bountifully! spread possible to plat of streets, and that the Street a

.'H1-..'/ but little is left for me to add. I therefore at Tallahassee. vention should be held at such, time as this State to wit Individually, with all the, requisites, the feast of reason Committee have power to call in the aid of

4"\ i:; barely suggest, in this place, that should I, would allow our delegates to Baltimore (as I Gen. is entitled, to :the .vote of iiry and flow of soalv was resumed,when numerous the Town Surveyor to rectify all mistaks
steamboat! Excursion SCOT and also to the streets
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I 't1'i ,; by the partiality of countrymen, be elevated to7 be 8 arrange
my of them do so) eentimenta and appropriate remarks
as
many present "
lie Mr. CA-
.. J' to the Chief Magistracy of the Union, coal good Coniprcimse .man. ( buildings; hereafter to be constructed, a to
1 The steamer ,Florida, Capt. Coxetter, l in Tallahassee and their actiOn We utterance to by varions" individuals *"
report were suitable!
'. ., -. I shall be ready, in my connection with Con BELL) knew Gen. SCOT nad used his in. given eaus a appearance.S
:. made an excursion to St. Augustine on the were one of the first to the State a portion of which are subjoined :, Which
of
-. ;q gressto recommend or to approve measures propose "fluer.ce in the passage of .these acts during .report was unanimously
in regard to the management of the public domain 25th ult., and returned the next day.: She Convention, and should therefore, as a matI..the short period' he was acting Secretary By Gen. PXDEN-Thomas F. Jfeg1e motion by Councilman' aope.O.n ,
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Cper
:- so'as to secure an early settlement of conveyed a large; company of ladies and ter of deference if nothing more, refrain and his acatu-Iisb.Patriots.
,: 'of War.11 These' not be the identical Resolved, That the law in regard to the
., .8 the same favorable to actual settlers, but consistent who availed themselves of the may Maj President of .
By
;! gentlemen from taking our position until its BURT 7 l town anrvey.be repealed, and that all surveys -
: nevertheless, with a due regard to the dlfnite 'words.as I have not the speech before me. United States. S
,,, occasion to their the ancient hereafter, be made in accordance with
respects conclusion. So much far
pay our consistency. 5
. ,1. equal rights of the whole American people The substance is precise. With such proof,
ii Street Committee.
Gen. Brans The Memory of Henry suggestions Carried.
S .::: in that vast rational inheritance; and also to city. The excursion was one of general We always appreciate the motive of those By -
sir from the His fame is the of the whole Committee'on
directly
". coming Representative Clay: property Cemetery Fence asked
recommend or a single alteration in when old Ocean the fur
.0''U' approve enjoyment save caught who seek to guard our consistency and bedew
nation and the nation's tears
naturalization laws of my fellow-citizens; my stand is t.aken ; ; wi her time.
.," our suggested by my in and then
of the dance
contagion returning* i independence but cannt say that counsel his : a great luminary in political!
': ... : military experience, viz:giving to all foreign and, under the firm belief Gen. SCOT will grave e on Wells, their Chair
of the billows firmament been and Commit through
,.1 I ers the right of citizenship, who shall there was a entralunving has any force when emaiating from a brother haI extinguished, deepis
S. ; be. triumphantly elected" uppn national i the that overshadows the rejoicings man, made the following report:
.*. ... faithfully serve, in time of war, one year on and-don't mention it. whose proneness eer to mould principles gloom
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board of our public ships, or in our land The steamer Thorn, Capt. Rossignall.made into pills we mourn to contemplate. grounds only. over the nation's birth-day. The Committee pa locating or designating

>!:, forces, regular or volunteer, on their receiving her second river excursion l'hursT I am, very respectfully, yours, By WILLIAM Ai.sop-1ie Stars of our the places for publio Wells in Bay and Lau
: an honorable discharge from the service. on ''I he consistency there is in changing, after EDW. HOPKINS. Union: That brilliant constellation, that has ra-streets beg leave to that they bave
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!11.....,.. In regard to the general policy of the Administration day evening last-proceeding some fifteenor very mature years, Wlig for miscalled been burnished and made to glisten by Northern examined the different repr and consulted

.... if elected, I should, of course, twenty miles upward, and returning. The Democratic" principles, no one but the AUGUSTINE, July 4th, 1852. and Suthern blood, until it dazzles the tbe.choic of citizens in the immediate vicinity .

1j'. Jook among those who may approve that party on board spent the trip in a very pleasant changeling will ever be able: to perceive ; the DEAR SIR : The Whigs"of this city hold eyes of May it continue to shine and have selected the lower end of
.. oj tIT policy for tbe agents to carry it into execution a to-morrow to delegates and with renewed lustre, and prove a true Laura-street, between Mr. Kipp's and Mr.
;;) and I should seek to cultivate harmony manner. independence there is in serving on a county meeting appoint and faithful beacon to light the world to Bisbee's residences, and ask that such Wells
S.
1. ::: and fraternal sentiments throughout the "The Glorious Fourth." committee, to gloss over tie short-comings to the Whig State Convention which meetsat constitationallbery. be made as soon as practicable.

' .':.' : Whig party, without attempting to reduceits of a defunct old fogy like Gen. Cass, in obedience Tallahassee on the 14th instant The By C. DREW-The Fifty-six Siger.o 0 R. BOULTER, ) Committee

.>", f' members, byproscription, to exact conformity This day was commemorated by our community to the requisitions of a certain Dem dilppointment,which rankled in the breast the Decaratio of Independence: S. BCT/IHGTOX, > o

," 7p. S to my own views. But I should, at with a degree of spirit we have nev ocratic11 Convention assembled at Madison of many Whigs here, consequent upon the v fifty-six the world ever saw-the S A. A. CANon, ) Wells.
......i.\. the same time, be rigorous in regard to qual. whole strength Europe could not lift it. Committee on Sexton and Hearse'asked
" "'" : er before witnessed here. Although no very to the nomination of that worthyfor reception of the ne\v that their favorite, the
'it ifications for office-retaining and appointing previous H. farther time, did also Committee on C.
J.. II. BOORS The Ladies $ a
'i. By t ay
S .....,'! no one, either deficient in capacity or integrity ; well prepared arrangements were made for President, is oiily on reccrd in the political patriotic FILLMORE, had not been nominatedfor their shadows never be less. Drew and G. C. Powers & Co's bills. .

S't 1 t.... or in devotion to Liberty, to the con the.usualobservances, as if by a spontaneous Pentateuch of R. J. Moses; and the President, is fast wearing away, and a By T. E. BCCKMAJT-The Councilman Buffington.introduced the following -

;.;.t' S stitution and tbe Union. .... movement the people turned out en of these characteristics is to disposition is evinced cordially to rally whole Union nothing but the U"i l reslutionvhich' Was unanimously
Convinced that b
. .I"f" (r harmony and good-will masse determined to give no place in their bending found in the some-time around the I Hero oi three wars and ten Col.1. V.a GARNIE The Union and adopted:
c between the different quarters of our broad pronouncement by By Resolved, -That the hard inch and
.;,,...,.'.,.it- country is essential to tbe present and future hearts to cavil or partisan feeling. What our neighbor of the, doctrine of acquies- pitched baules." The papers by the last the Constitution : United they standividedthey be stricken wors"Sec. 2d, Side-

.,"..:.f" interests of the Republic,and with a devotion, preparation was made was only taken! in ceuce" in the Comptomise, as the most mail are filled with desp thes from a parts falL quarter" and that said Section read

4'. '*$: to the interests that can kupw no South and band on the Fourth-the fijlh being made heretical ever broached since the setJement of the Union, giving accounts of great meetings By Col.H. T. T crs-Florida, for ever: thus : That each and every side-walk shal
'o'. r.: DO North, I should neither countenance nor she wave." be made not less than four feet wide
: : the day of jubilee aud patriotic re-union. i and great enthusiasm i in favor of may ,
.3 II : of the and his somerset SCOT
sedition Continent
: tolerate any disorder, faction, or present BJT E. L. Memory of made of plank, or oi hard gravel,'running
, ..r .::: resistance to the Law or the Union, on any Mingled with the incidents were the notes upon the platform of acquiescence ii submission and GRAHAM ._.,, Clay :.llsN-7 in or near the centre of the ,

. ,'i!,''If pretext, in any part of tbe land; and I should and signals of mourning for one who has to the behest of the piebald politicianswho I Gen. SCOT has been from boyhood fighting I Peace Henr, peace to his sbae.S to'his silence a tear ; ready laid out by said town. side.wa'al. .

}".....'..'.:.::1I" ''i r"!# carry principle into of the military civil administration conduct-obedience this one to just 1 passed away; leaving a memory to be nominatedMr. PIERCE; the battles of his country, and hence it I, May the great God .atW ever take ce. Councilman Butt moved the following

'r::; : tbe Legislative and Judicial departments ol entwined with the fame of other sages The issue of fact as to the noise and con S is that he is a terror to Locofocos; for they By Col. BUFFINOTON-The Compromises n amendment : S

" J'0',',.**' Government, each in its constitutional sphere whose remains consecrate the soil of their fusion attendant upon the passage of the always oppose a man who has fought for of th Constitution to abided : May they ever in and be ad S Ruored That persons owning properly
by, acquiesced
.' '!, .. Raving only, in respect to the Legislature country, while their deeds are "in the heartsof Pierce Platform is not between the American honor and' American rights, i be proved.By ap option, use flnk! gravel, or
,. l. the possible resort to the veto power, alwaysto their Rquli be Gen. SCOTT is "Southernman saw-dust, provided that a curb or
Whig. a
countrymen.11The the a
and News but between .
,.. St'( be most cautiously exercised and under can lattr paper W. P. DEWEES-The'Bulwafls of tl. .scantling,.4 by 6 inches, on each side, to retain
. .o. morning-was ushered in by the firing and of its Free-Soil who by birth, a Nojthern man by residen_ Constitution: May they ever stand.
..''"' '<' tbe strictest restraints and necessities. I one adjuncts supports said saw-dust, and thai it be six inches
V*,. ;. Finally for my adherence to the principles of cannon and the general peal of the bells l "the man without the platform the I and a Union man by sentiment.11 He stands I against every wave. deep, well packed.- .

l f't"s.*. b f of tbe Whig party, as expressed in the! of the town. At six o'clock minute guns; New York Evening Post. This paper is upon a platform as broad'as the Constitution By Dr. MURDOCK-The "Crackers" of The ayes and noes being called for on

cif'it.:;; resolutions of tbe Convention and !herein I were fired, and the bells solemnly tolled TO our chief authority for the statement we itself?and every true Republican should L Eat Florida and the "Tigi,' of Jackson. this amendment, it was carried, a follows:
'.- i suggested, with a sincere and earnest AYES Messrs. and
purpose Akop
MEMORY CLAY! around his standard.It S Buler. BI1.
THE : OF
made its of the rally ville.By
: to advance the and bwi description adoption I
:).. greatness .hawi. JOHN BOZEMAN-The United States:r NOES-Messrs. Cooper:
I : nefsof the Republic, and thus to cherish and I Signal guns were fired at noon.and_ at tbo is amusing to Locofocos, who were then, the
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t":',oft. ;,:, and thought'that neworraavoldrngevery might involve aci different points, and the colors of the ship who nominated They were Union rather than acquiesce in the Compromise ours.I i 6 I following Resolved:
our That the whole
country ordinance .
.t.t,.;:-l$ in an unjust or unnecessary war, or impair ping were hung, at half.mast. not had put withdrawn until a large number not the debated members I measures, swearing with all their mighr r By W. D. WARD-The Trie of Liberty ;::: lating to side.was be and the same is here re
not
; /. t'1," the faith of treaties, and discountenancing Particulars of the ceremonies of the dayS considered, not even; they heard.were A that they were always in favor of those Planted by Washington pruned by Jefferson by { '

,410: all political agitation injurious to the interests will be found in a report furnished, in ano- number of members present' considerable; : measures, and that they are the true Cam and brought blossom and bear by the Lost-as follows: S
Ii J of society and dangerous to the Union skilful hand of Andrew Jackson. Avxs-Mr.
'' ther place. them and those who said did knowto promise Buffington.
I. ..; .: -1 can offer no other pledge or guaranty _ _. aye not men. They have been forced to acquiesce By MARK BUTTS I NOES-Messis. Alsop, Boulter, Butts and
wbat their -Liberty, and
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C they were giving applause.
':;t than tbe known incidents of and every Whig should bear this in Unin
a I
o' ..' long public The Oeal* "Con.e at.or." The pretence of passing resolutions, and of Independence. : A trio that can I Coopr.
'.. *,': life! now undergoing tbe severest mind, and not trust them. Gen. SCOTT
*,, tion. examina adopting, a Platform of political belief, under has L By WILLIAM Az.sip-ThC Boston Tea i Alsop moved, which was seconded -
t We are happy welcome this energetic such circumstances, is the merest farce in I been a Compromise man from the day. those Party: The occasion of British nerves being and unanimously adopted, that the

,. ..aa f. associate. Feeling on myself the ticket highly and fortunate with in my: paper in a new dress, which it has recentlyput the world-a proceeding as destitute of r measures were first introduced into the'Senate seriously disturbed. time for improving aide-walks be'extended
a lively to the first of November
U'lo"f on. The Conservator has been moral forcd as if the resolutions had been I Mr. CLAY and ISAAC day next.
of enlargedto by used his influence By RbBEaTS-The
;jO r sense my obligations to the Convention The
} ; : memory petition of I. D. others
.,. ;;v.te and to your personal courtesies, I have the dimensions beyond those of any other paper adopted a steamboat by a dozen chance travellers onboard I in having them passed; and' he can be relied GEESE that furnithed the QUILL with o 1, i received, and action upon Har indefinitely a post-was

"8 .i. b",.:. honor to remain, sir with great esteem, in the State. It is printed on new type, upon. the Signers of the of'Ine- poned. .

, "I.",..:..iz; your most obedient WINFIELD servant, .SCOTT. of a large open, clear face. The heading; The Ancient City" does noi much I No good Whig can vote.for Gen. PIERCE, dence strument.affixed their names to the glorious i- then The..election for Clerk of Council w

r. ... (for which an engraved Vignette to relish our report its stooping to shoulder for should proceeded with. Tbe Intendent nominated
I bear
.".. .... appears upon Whigs in mind that the By JOSEPH FINBGAN--George Washing. Miij. F. C. Bart for said office, and
"rt ;0 S.::': Mr. Cxaliam'c Letter of Acceptance. be contemplated) has not yet been received,I. the Compromise plank, in return for its longest speech he ever made in Congress I ton: The Father of his,country, whose me- he was thereupon unanimously chosen.

! and consequently for a few issues of the high-mettled rescue of Gen. PIERCE from I was one in opposition to the bill for.the relief mory i enshrined not only in the hearts of r : O.'Wood's bill of $1 was paid.

,i t :) :. W.u1ImCJTOl', June 24, 1832. paper the head will be omitted. Our only ,the position of a military cypher which the of the widow of Gen. }HARRISON every patriot in America,' but in the hearts The Council then oner.
,. <: Sis : I am grauheu to acknowledge the of every patriot in the world. ATTEST: F. C.
fear is
though sincerely is recorded of the Mexican BARRET.
.
; contrary our histor war assigns striking proof of the bitterness of his
of the partyanimosity
receipt communication! which, you did By Dr. HOLLAND-Our Not
'.5 inc the honor to deliver in person on yesterday hope, that Maj. GAINES, the editor, will not I him to. We'did not. attempt to cite line or which was carried to such an extent circumscribed within the Countr of a Councl.

I ,1 > announcing my unanimous nomination 5- find himself, in a pecuniary view, sufficient. letter t show i its former utter aversion to as to war against the poor. widow of a single State, but co-extensive harow with the broad Spirit, -.tb. Pres*. .

as tbe Whig candidate for tbe office oVice f compensated fur his outlay, work, and I the Compromise, even to the extent of eulo political. opponent.' expanse of our national confederacy. The New York Express (Whig
)
! I" I\.. National: President Convention of the which United recently States, by the enterpfse, in getting up so large; a sheet. gizing the programme .of the Nashville Convention The "old un" what indites the editorials Judge LmKQSTON'being! called upon, entertained because Fillmore 'is not. I warmly thanks weeps
assem
,..,.! bled in Baltimore, accompanied by a copy But located in the midst of a flourishing i. part of which was to sever all confection of the'"Ancient City" newspaper, 'in'the last the assemblage'with a highly appropriate Kentucky State Louisiana Maryland, Florda the Old North

;- ,'.S of tie Resolutions of tbe Convention upon community, and giving place as it does to with Northern parties, and to make number of that paper, says: "Ele ( SCOTT, and ielicitou& adJress. His' illusion ,to'and the President., faithful adherence -
J
; ,j, questions of national principle and policy. accounts of all public proceedings, without I the Compromise the sine qua non of resist. and a dissolution of Union is apparently to the receipt oi the intelligence of the "

II by I these cordially Resolutions approve on the matters declarations of the made moe distinction of party, the Conservator strongly Ir ance.11 We were simply content to say the inevitable." Well, tie'eI" this is amusing';;; death of the illustrious! statesman, HENRY .in National K (say Convention the Express.Me, was l less Empire true Slatt

recent practical interest They do but port: merits a liberal patronage from Marion and L "Ancient City" was linked in with the violent forI tbis wrier should act up to his professions CLAY, on the anniversary of the birth-day worthy son than Whigs afar off'were, it is

the conduct of Administration adjacent: counties. of the This American Independence not the'first time that and
tray an of the opponents Compromise. and believes what be says, he was wel.'t great good men
.. I!' Government, of 'which fur near two !I We that the last his tribute have been without honor in their own coun
years perceive number of the we can readily establish as "fact, however should go for SCOT by all means, as his I to :he character eminent services '
.; S S bave been a member. On all other try.. Marcellus was exiled from Rome, and
they but reiterate the doctrines and matters recommendatious Conservator, considering that the National I "sadly at fault we may be in our posting professions all along indicated a desire r of the departed orator and patriot met Aristides from Greece; but Rome and Greece

1 1L i 1 I held by its Chief in importan; Convention adopted the Compromise platform Now the "Ancient City" has "ritade-up its the very result now predicted from the election a warm response in the breasts of aI his never had better, abler: or truer men, andthei.r'countrymen

1l L Tf public communications. declares its intention to support SCOTT mind (no doubt after violent wrestling) to of CO'. But perhaps a change has hearers.. lived long enough to know

111 Should tbe people of the United States and GRAIUH. do as much as the Baltimore Wbig platform come, o'er, '"the spirit of 'his dream.11' He CHARLES P. COOPER, Esq.:, of Savannah, it. Their fame has' become a of the
k give their sanction to the nomination of S classichistOry of the of the
: great Empires
r you that responded to the call 'of '
does"-which his
be former
regards as Very with the-ionger fellow- '
paper may satisfied continuance
J' 'p World
Convention, fco far as 1 shall be Invested Old ,and will Mr. Fillmore's namedescend
Watching 8
. .. : with authority, a faithful adherence to these -the .e Pill. little, and which.f it required,such a struggle of the Union, if .be can succeed f in"electing citizens in a few cb te'and 'elegant remarks to posterity as' the' man who a

".,' ,:, A- doctrines. may be expected. We did not 'expect io meet the approbation to mind"* to, makes it conclusive PIERCE,'as' he might 'get '& good fat'office; ., which were heartily.responded to. ; wronged and condemned in his own Slate for

I ., : I therefore accept the distinction, so bon L that it would hot have touched the the Other addresses his'support of. the .Constitution his
I" 7 ". of our New neighbor, whether we ran but upon whole I think he.: is doomedto were made and-seatiments n obi.
.;' !: \ orably tendered with t. ence of the laws and farina
U a grateful heart bu devotion
I
,,, ..J', i;; with unaffected diffidence. It is a satisfaction up the flag of old Churubusco," held- onto Compromise &with a forty-foot pole1' until 1 disapppinlment, for should PIERCE/rbe. ofe.re daring the continuance of the day- peace. 'and welae'of his.'whole country." .

;c" \;:: ;,(" however to know that the .place,t o 'the halyards .readiness to give our the'day of platform building rendered it ire., elected there are others 'i in his party \ hoi and .much was said,and done that can hardly' I But" .throwing'asideIts.' previous.preferences -

j'h ..,. w_ 'wbjch I have been nominated ill but secondary I'i. I- strongest pull at the proper moment, or de cessary. Our neighbor "can't further bandy be'mow likely to get the ofc be'ha I claim' a place in the formal 'proceedings'of. t,.the Express ; warmly

,(0,' .:..:. ;. ." han and that proposed for the a first citizen office of tried the Convention I- termiued once and forever to repudiate the words on the subject11-neither,do we desire his.ye updn who'haye been Loco the occasion. The epiQ p triotrnwatfreely. nominations It says'wi: ,appr tf
'
;, : a: and virtue,Jongaod familiarly acquaint patriotism nomination. That we did not take either to do or have we done so. He may well be locos and .therefore stnd.'a better'charco partaken of, many were fall '" We'write amidst the raring'of'cannon,

,' !$- td with public aflkirs and public men: a safe the first or last of these positions, we could tired "bandying,11," after all the bar'oock success Tbere is"8ome murl) f g rd L thereof. to oTro ng; S the cheers ;of,gratifi .thousands;and, the

: :....:;- and sagacious counsellor who has well fulfilled I- readily bare .conceived, and .are ,now .convinced and gent taps "acquiescence" and "resist" bard feeling already Brewing .among' 'the;p :.; "C, BYRNE, Char n: : oat ..of revelry JorJ! ,te. nomMatlorij ,of_ .

!i ',. ? bands every and who trust has heretofore commuted, to bis ,'sorely.disappointed our cotemporary. ana" hav in turn received at his hands Locos :ere; in, anticipation, of I PIZRCE'I F. C.BAiIxSecrejary.S ; r ',1- ; -'Be i i It so'?: :
illustrated
,
, ." ,... _S., S by eminent'public I ryice.it our* historj He intently watches the operation of what And how'can any inconsistency of 'ours to election, il ieg rd' :Voffices. 'h might S j .. ,\V'e tOirttberWgzsani'S _bow to thoM wbo.M.CWTM has run."

,! ',.: ;. With njr'tbauks' for, the courtesy with he terms, the. "pilt" upon us, and exhibits wars Gen. SCOTT- avail him in his'dilemmal as" well :keep ,cool!, as' Generl Y l V, 1..8upe.o.Co.-. .. ..; 'General Scott, 'we ..know. has great quailtiesofcharacter.

;' .4 '.) which you bave honored me, in the cxecu great anxiety about the reputation of.our, To the best of our:knowledge and belief; we bound to b'tbe next President'ofthe' United' r The Supreme'CpuXof the:;lUnlte .States_ ;He ..; among all, living

J;4r. tion of your office, !and with the highest per self, a.brother editor,, for consistency' and have never made an "unqualified declaration States t ;; 'Hejwbippeii"'Briiish and:: adjourned: on the_27th ult."'to the bt. Mo men, the reatesteoIdier' of the,age He
[. t rt: ; fional I am obedient the : ; has served his.:
: respect WILL.your A.. GRAHAM servant, independence.. He pretends that these qualities that we (f) could" not or would not support. Mexicans/and. l ha can.'Wbfp'tW ; A day inr December-.' The following additional country: for'jmore j *than J.forty!
f'f years.. public )life is of
a
:'. .;: The Honorable; G. CHATHAM,. are wanting in oar remarks a to "our Gen. 'SCOTT," *notwithstanding."reliable t1! ', ._LiOCs: ,ruleiweieIdopted : ., .. ;. l man .of any co.r Timdfct, patriotism -!
1'' :
President ofthe Whij.National Convention though his comments source11 of the statement. t-- _- 'J: Itci.i5 No. 61.-iWbeti nl bt
$... CUrl 1 own. bar Crtinly--we eI Tins -S. eathiof a'party proud! IlofThathe is a beUt m to ,
j! ..': ': only a seeming semblance plausibility have never,said any thing fik) C TiatttHTwrc GRANT. A-decree. ,!is 'sugge ted, the iepresentatives of President' ,of ,the United' Frank-',
'..4 t S. A Doet iII a'Doctor. o has; beenj.publishedrf ;ignedby; ''President Jhe deceased do.not appearbythetenthday lin.PierC. he' haV' ier-j
S' when sifted or compared5with our definition. lumns; and if only 'a of a "tbat Ieflder$5nor.e
MM privatei ARISTA and of,the second tern next the vice t has .
other be
succeeding a brighter
.off
officers the suegestion -
r.ll .f-.fi. called to visit Because described the mark it is ol Mexico D1rth
was
country physician a we nominaUonsof e sadlytout place as Congress and no ;\measures .are taken bIthe lamest; home :command greater
1I. i 4 young 1n54-mictedvith apoplexy. M..D. Wbig National Convention an arraignment for inconsistency expressing -; a wilHngnesi :to.au- opposite : '
as being brought gross editor ( partytiwitbintDat.time to:compel respect''abroada11 ,.j g D .men.wilt
; '1\ P Bolos gazed long and hard, felt.his pulse about by fair ,and open-handeddealing,1. 'p, ,upon the most exciting topic of our' thorize a grant of way a Teb'uantepec' their the. caseshall'abate.: ; admit. i i. ._ :< SS ",""
'::S qIi; and pocket, 'looked at his tongue and his for the This ppearnc" -
of
0 construction1 a,' apprIr to.cases Though npioarfirst.br 6iZIiCOOd choice
: railroadwagon.iroadorcanalsubject.to ; now on"the
and acquiesced i in finally by the whole of political! nals.-.- / :
,
"t'. wife. and finallj.gave vent to the a _
following
3:1 t : ,the docket, as well as to cases hereafter brought. for Presiden1vveshaU: support' nomination
''It',. sublime opinion : the Southern delegation, it is asked whw To aaiert'a moment Gen. ; : approval of : .h;
( (; e t pIlu-w certain, nations. And ;Ithosejn-iw- on 'the d ckeani1hliing in the:. oavictioiithat, if .elected.- he'
1141 Jftbjnt-b f.a"60ne feU w." make oar.:coarse;dependent 'upon the.Con: commented; :Inpori, ,his. ,, career ,in no :'such b. of the :1Ixico.s:1; :I t.retain, control 'wibin"the"rle;;shair! abate:roa. tentb'day'of wjHfaitbfuiryplabor.to scUf. those series of

i t j : ;u No, ioi" exclaimed the"sorrowing! wife vention Tallahassee; rAs we Spirit1' as the Cifyi QS giverbment- d the route -1852, unless=upod:special' i measures.which/are/ the of.hla'nomina: .
I' ::11 S 7 lee.pwDJl .nci' a1ege.\ '8.to..M,open, for ue. .nations. cause shown,,this Court : direct'pthee tiori'Ind'hich embrace,' '
'. : "do A tsiythaL" ; that the .tQewtregard4 made;:.a fair" .pnascerVed r Mexicoshaualso have arr : ', platfornxpillareiupon
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...I 4Yc "Yes," returned Bolus lifting .p bis bai ar.positon fnd' power:to fl goiat ,wise.- r' !, the Cnstutio'i and the wants of the
.. .:: heaven ward. tbe-same lime;"u yes, I do torted.,i Wi a we.tlaInk1tdoesthe.wholi t. current errors iJ"reg to-'his 'legislative ,with foreign! powers. to recogniseneutrality, -,RciKNo.,62.-lin caseswheres, wrifoCetroi country, .'also'that//he will

.".....S ti My.' 00' There .& n't no hope-not.:the course and'character of, the Baltimore Convention and' !Jtar. i collated a,few't ,and The the_.Minister right of waJ across the Isthmus. is .$osec'utedt'tbC.Suprernj: : ,Cbu'rt, beslreeftiia1I: : :'prsonaLinnl! malign.! Inflaences'ai -.
of. that'''nominated ,Mr. Picacr : ; foreign ;.Aflairs [ap and theiudgment.6f the i inferior Court a' .' js possible l from frail humao'iia-
[ 3sa.stestjnlte.' ,He's got a altact- nibil itiS5lt i ; wofela i utrct: that he did. no efficient-, of '
pointed tbe,16th
; June as thedayfor.&gn. firmed, theinterest'shalI:, 'calculated. ture; Gen. ScoUwV '
; ia hiiJo.tIroti&S; remark : two to, dispel ,of vice ,adzer and not' entitled-, and : kno\. enouga\of'ta
: or ; some .as: a ; \J5. lheontractwjth Mr.
tog '
a :* H leyiedl from date'of the j"adgment below believe to in the world
/> Where ruried tbe started.wife.* ( loC agentC : ", ,. be'jthe'Jist; ) toactunderth
; 1 *In bis lost: frontis,and he earn1 be cnred te' ) .that* obstructits; ,.correct per much;credit as' thonsands; privates, that. ferring the'iight' tof' eonstrc. r aros'tbeJstbml.L until l tbe'sme'.s, paid. athe'.se: rat that ,.influence' of Jppeii: ahempts_tocontroordicthjse'ctjdn w

I.I.r I : witboct'adtal'of trouble and A great:deal ofpslns.afYoa ception., We do regard';the acton of the I were I the.beat; and brunt o'fV the Mexican ; .Later accounts' / tbai'" .' ,s ;: 8 n judgment beai) ,b ; \ i ",* _' ;" .... .-

[ serf bis ..ho1e.f1aoe sysiemir Baltimor WhigCnvention"u' "fair and I Io battles., As be,:hai'never. Buflerea'materially1 i. hasadiourned say the Mexican Coov of; the:;:StateI'where" r. : such'jddemeni"ij' | : 'May.principle, hot r policy;and the. 'good}

t : *rzngedjfu tly bis Tor-populi: *j* pie$5.i: open-banded, and jet wiit'tJ I f ftident&\dfy' injuric .nrrnto j the Sfoo grant I :.;thu:definitely*-'-,"', -A'.con-- -" dered. :" ,- ,-I' .... ,-'.i ; '-., ;'- \.. 5"- '5b :.' of ,the country"more,than, the fortunes'of
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B.Jdi' THE.ENTIRE WORK,;TJNABBIDGED;' .cn er is,now opening,at"bs Store, Classical: and fr folr Institute, _:!,, 'IRle Now Paeke.st.si- ,poERMANE y. ." a.
J. St.Mary's.A.'Barclay "
1 Bent ; !ForsyUi-ftreet. general.assortment of 'J.A.CXI01IVIL1B.FLORIDA. J..YiW.. '
Gs InoV.Icr.wQrt... 1&5S... BID' .tied
Putnam, ,jr., the .
Maj.BeaJ. i to seam. .persotTeV2...Set
8Lutu .. J CoL J. P.Sanderson Dr.-c..talehaJ TRUZ 1ThEit1I._fosd i.isa DRUGS, blXS. PAINTS,: N. F.. ROWNPriDctp'aI.. L ; < ai the
0 BUFkOTi ;,
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Gill' IMY It child. Jacksonville.JdyS. Zsgti icssesq'piW.UM icewrtry.reautaaakr XD -O { : Is. HOuK"r.
c. 1 Thiseommodiow
Madison. If ': : nnHE &TBSCRIBER harthgbi ivaj b.arf 0.ih" estchlig wee fJ
JJ I G. &*C.Kenuua w Ufa .CDr :.c..U-OdCDncam'aZXCL'TLt .1. Uperience ha teaching has concluded to ea St."Joha'a S sad the prepared r.rl&M sieeptte et Bou .
am"
SpriztgfieUL t of October
n Ta J-
Fla. !iI School In Tb. viIsj.g bay.
p.bhsh this
E. Boekmmn, .pUee;and ,
J. R.S,_ Davis do. T. SXtZtTED WITH GREAT cain. resD-etfulry a. dopted which lag'received an additios of
.. &bod
.. .zzIl. _. is THIt CiTY or. TORt,: invites the JlGblio 0 call and wt Its afntl. and lbs lYe
in the --" Itwrnhe 1ala onstant effort to cultivate the t'2rt: Y 4epsxui.at ftetfroBt,;with pJossH rwniag the entlr SSJ
1ST OP TuBTTEBS remaining He invites the attention of Merchants Physi front abd,r ar/stakJtogjtas>oc3flrtaWeMa.T
friendship! and esteem of his and Leave Charleston
pupils
: to instil
TXCITXJtXOHIA.XS.'Etymological Taesday at 12 o's1oek'z.
Fla.Julylstit every
_l Post Office at JacksonvUle claus and the community to his Stock with the those principle,which tend to devefop the human Leave Savannah every 4' House ia u... SoaUs and affording aceommtioh *

W. R.. part napattes any tMnf. t&at assurance that the articles will be found to beresh. Intellect and to refine the heart. :' J-eave Jacksonville.. Wea' 10 .1.. for ever.one hundred and fifty p.raons ---

A. :Mnnro Manning Soloman, D. lea bess done/or gAs sglish Lanpugi. .of prime quality,and at as low prices as: i .Wj&houL beirg in the lean sectarian,the Insti Leave Picolata,every Thursday at_ 2 ",.,.... The.1IIiiIri..w ear seers t&tdeeJarIy&o
Adams.Wm. Nicholas they can be bought ia any market. of the South lt.e will be conducted on religious principles. urnnumra. -e 'fiIitiq u.:SoUiSAMUEL fir health..U4 1M '..aefilofev -
AUbritton Noah S. Montgomery Ba mod thorough system of reviews LaavePauatkaen.Fyat. delightful climate hi has bad&II eye 0.
Fredoni& Morse.John S. country.m and ex- T .*.* their :
Aost OFTIES amaUoog,0 which etpedaleoarort sad baa mad.his 4
experience ar'ango-
Ashley C-B. Mills Masters,Sally John IJO/tt Chewing Tobacco & Cigar, Old Liquor Pdp Wte JrD t h Kowle suggested.-onesbrest1nducementg wrePleeFrayat Fray.at_ .1. .1.A&K.: .'0.ate aU,w.y for. CITe Ida a eaD.fortabl'udweI1 .-- 4

and .
J Wlnea, Stationery, Fine CuUery, Cn' Leave Savannah 9 I A. .. '
McCoy
Bouden Charles, Mary F. S Moore W S. Jewelry, & .&e. ,, ifered.-in thiway:or ,The florida !eY b.Suy.buU, a the special Bo.:.TheTThh.si.- &asAlftq Irii.e,0':w.
Berth. and
Wm.J. 11. TEe LADIES will find,he thinks, many articles ht beaILty of situation-to parents wh superintendence .and her speed .
Booth their
Nelson Rebecca adapted to their wants and tastes-all of which he ig aDd chi1tren front home as DO and aecoDunodations for BUFFINGTON.
Bush, Isaac Charles Keren,,Patrick will be glad to exhibit and sell for CASH. 1 b spared i providing for thei c'p paes by any boat ever placed &a. 1. March 18, 1 531.-n PaonlZTO
Bloome
Braddock Albridge o.Bri" T-SSZip have, in a few days a first rate SODA eyeIL. be t'reilh'ud passage as loW.byanyothesIine. -Atonishin1nteftjg
t-
., CyrusCottie.A. bdom, Charlotte .4 Every scholar bOWl its'." FOUiTAINand will keep constant supply of; andpersuasiye. .w -lexle.though' mild to sitter'of the& e igiied obtained agents.by applying The Cash i I 8ntem AdOIltai II!

C. Osborne, Hamilton SODA WATER, I The course of instruction includes aH the bran JW. CALDWELL,Charleston. at the new'GROCER a PROvlSlo1f STORE

S. 2 p. and Syrups of the very bert quality and flavor. I ches of a thorough finished EngUa{Education, E.W.BUKER Savannah..' of tbe Subscriber ta tke etoef '.'
Clark Hannah Pelot, Chas. 11. 2 : jnn.24 JOHN M. PAYNE. I and a full preparation for Jt FINNEGAN Jacksonville "
CaldweU Robt. A. Pope Jacob c BECHAt '
Antonia ENGLISH STUDIES.era JacksonviUe.. Jest;received and
2 opened
w
Wm. Pacetti n HAVING my large
Crawford 22?P-_M or two good CARPEN. -, ; ); ,: ,,,Stock of
Danl. Perkins PelteahFanking WA Good.JeeW
U Reading MazchZl-3m 0 with-
Cannon A..Tery TsluaUo irork Oopby; ; Penmanship o.
-a xxcxssrrr to TEES to whom ; reference
will be
Ute
Jas. L. good wages Ponog express to eleauacla of this Uuket.
t Garham Geography Ancient
Clemens STDT SDl1ca.nD J riven, and employment for ; tab
D. Peckham,James 2 Apply at this office.a considerable time 24 Histr Rhetoric; Book-eeping.; Composi .'__?. The IteaerTOBw place and pleasure fa informing the cltIzen of this 4
R. June hon &ble surrounding country,that they
Davenport W me ;Botany;the ; Vocal r :-mL Leave re&dy ar*BOW
Demere Paul Rochel John G. State of Florida Circuit MUS1CDrawingSCIENTIFIC Saturday morning at m.for for sale,at remarkably low rates foe CASH
Court, Marion 8. Enterprise, .,only AD enuaer&Uo 01 the mditadiaoa uti-
Denbam, A. Roberts, Thomas County. tonehingat Picolata at a., and leu. cues tUIa which Ston
ia
1 my RMIUed Is
COts I deemed
Daniel, Moses Rosenblam, J. Littleton PitkMoldy at 8 a.m.; at Enterprise suffice .
B. Unece5sary S itto that
Lewis Intellectual Moral, and ave have
J. D every-
Philosophy
Donigan, James F. Ranton Roberts, Augustus: **The most ACCTTBATK and'II""TI*T-*Dictionary vs.Abaei.D. Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic; tul Geology.MATHEMATICAL at 1 bfo. p. .;there same day Family thIns (saT. ry aoo desired ba this-way er ieir
Wednesday
Mary Roberts A.C. 2 of the Language.** Francis Johnson. Johnson,, } Bill ia r>v...._. COURSE. m TUilIO at Pelat at2p.m.. Jaekaoufle..Fla.Feb.l9'tt supplies. R. T.TJflJ3." -, .,
Roberta John M. and arrive
Katttaa
Foreakfers Way .
William passengers
Paul C. Reilley,John Lastinger, Arithmetic; Geometry; landed at .me dy. FllKSUKVKOnwv
Fuller, John Johnson Agebr Trgnome any on "
Fisher J. Ellis Reaves, James M. tJ7 and try; Surveying ; Forpassage or pint. on board.' Fresh Clams Lobsters Salmon

G. Redlow Silas TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court etry; Differential and Integral Calculus. P. &-The days that the .THORN is unemployed aub.criber Ti! f'"v has ea hand just received from Id

Gfflett & Hazard Rawlins. Robert : Ja by affidavit in this case filed that the above- CLASSICAL COURSE. aUauonville, will be appreciated for M. Boston,a supply of the above-named IanJ J

Grothe, Wm. Rosebrook, David C. named defendant, William Lastinger, resides beyond towing vessels to sea or in the river, or for flea,fc Cans pot .p for keeping. They are
Goltha fe'Strigher Rnefes William A. AGES wni ZLAPSB before any other Di9 the limits of the State of Florida to wit: in Lt Greek;German; French. towing rafts,should any offer. fectly fresh and will eonUnne for a lone tia.per-In J I

II. Raffield.John G. tionary of the Language will be required." the State of Georgia Therefore,on motion of M. course of Lectures will b delivered during Feb. 19, 12-3in a state of preservtIon.being fceraetiealrvsealed. r

Hawkins, E R. 2 Rich, Henry Y. 2 Whit Smith, Esq.,Solicitor for the Complainant tbe year upon Philosophy Chemt. The 'I They are an excellent article for family use.be
Howe.Villiam S. it is ordered that the said Defendant, William School will be furnished with a NEW HACK ,LINE 'I ing a fine relish for a regular meal or for luncheon. II

Harris. Clara D. Simpson William -astinger, do appear and answer the said Bill of rains,and win afford ample opportunities app From Alligator to Ocala Florida.The They are unseasoned so that seasoning can be
Hall Joel Sherlock, Richard Complaint, according to law, or the same win be coming acquaintedwith Science and the practical applied according to taste. For sale at 90 cents '
Hall. Hester Smyth,John W. D., of Scotland author of taken at confessed against him. operation of its laws. "gfe:% jfc subscriber takes this method per ean,by a S.S.TYLER .-,
Harris, Noah B. Saltar. losefh R. "Ch. Philosopher** etc. And it is further ordered,that a copy of this order The Academic year will be divided into four 333! _ssE sot informing the public that be baa \ ,Monroe between Pine and Laura ste. '

Hntchins Geo. W. Silas George IL 3 "Its reputation is widely extended. I doubt be published in some newspaper,printed and quarters of eleven weeks eah. Students may enter Slow iu tfuuceaai'ul operation, upon this route comfortable ; may%- Jacksonville. l'I
Hand JosephHarmon Smart J& M. S not this edition has received-essential improve published in said Circuit, once a week for four after the commencement of any quarter and and safe two-horse HACKS, which run
Notice. .
Anthony Stewart,G. W. months. THOMAS DOUGLAS be charged only from the time of their admission. in connection with the Eastern and Western i a
from the able Lands it has MONTHS
ments passed
after date I will ,
Stages from to present
Hooeks George SafiordJr..J. H. Judge, &0., to. TERMS Alligator Newnansville and to SIX mr
David G. Swamp,Thomases through. June 22d,A.D. 1852. June'24 Ocala by Micanopy twice a week: leaving Alligator ?!;and Toucben *>the Hoi.Court .1 1
Hendricks Hagins Mrs. Mary Small,Alonso C. 3 Board and Tuition, including lights,[fuel, and on Mondays and Thursdays upon tbe arrival Probate Hamilton county,and ask to be discharged i
washing, per Session of five 00 from the administration of the j
J. T. NEW GOODS. mont. $120 of the Eastern Stages and run through to estate ef '
Jones,Thomas Towne, Mrs. N. H. German or French extra, 6 0 Ocala so as to connect the Stages from Palatka to eeL Susannah Lowe,late of Hamilton county, II,
i Music (including use of Piano) 15
Jeune, F. G. Tern David 0 Tampa Bay,on Tuesday and Friday nights. !
.
G. W. JOHN
BARTON Fancy Drawing 6 He W. LOWE
would further .
Jones Thomas B. Tompson Miss A. J. ,assure passengers who may f.:
C. Bay-street, four Door below Mr. Painting in Water Colon -900 take his line at Alligator or Ocala that, if they Administrater. I
2 Thomas
Jones, Nancy L. Avery a BEST DETOTXO DICTIOITAST in the English Joseph Oil 12 00 desire to By M. WHIT SMITH '
K. V. FI..negan'HAS proceed on to Black Creek, they shall
I
Language. Including Instructions 1 Perspective from Nature be accommodated with comfortable Hit t 1 :
Knoer John Taught Wm.B. JUST RECEIVED conveyance Attone.i
,per Steamers from at reasonable rates of firs if the lino AfflgateT.Feb.28.1852. mar
,as continued _
Kirkland, Wm. s w. % North, a new and splendid assortment (Payable quarterly,in advance.) through to that point. '- fJ fJ1'lotl c
L. Wolff, Frederick jtoa. Qi : of Fancy and Staple, Spring and Summer TOE DAT Every attention within his power, as to theeomfort. e'. J-,
LoveTI. Daniel K. Winn, Outlaw DRY GOODS IEJ.Eglh IX months after date 1 wIll present so.eonntasAdmWijtratorofthEgstooWrn.-
of lIIr .
Link, HenryLanchester Williams, Holloway "ACCUBATB and KKT.THBI.R in giving a just HOSIERY, GLOVES & SMALL WARES, Sadies: and Matbematic $10 00 win be passengers rendered and and he the mosTrespectfouy safety of baggage .c
I ;
Thos. Williamson Charles exhibition of the Language." Icadg the Cou 12 Johnson,deceased the Hon. of Probate I.
with an assortment of Dress Goods, &e. &c. 0 solicits a share of the public rat-onaee. to Judge :
Latin and
Y. Greek, 15
James. for Columbia
Lay -ALSO- CHARLES F. F1TCHETT. county, sad ask for a final settle
M. Yale Thomas 'JEWELRY SHOES tf GENTLEME'SPARISMADE (Payable quarterly,in advance.) Newnansvine,April 7, 1852. 15-3 m. meat and allowance,of the same,and of my discharge 4 SI,'
MeRear John Yulee, D. L. BOOTS. A liberal deduction will be mao for pupils in from the administntion of said Estate. t I

Morris, Eli Yeaton, George A. -ALSO- the Pi studies. GREEN,JOHNSON. 1 e
, ldcFariad A. 2 To any Dagaarrian.Og N.F.BROWN. E.L.BAEPJSON&CO.ON t cti
An Assortment of Gentlemen's Ready-made Afminutra&Qr..
"
j jI >Persons applying for letters in the above CLOTHING.June References* BAY STREET, FRONTING LED- Alligator,Jan., 1852. 6aa.

I list will lay they are advertised, or they may not 10 2m Hon. WILLARD HAL S. R. WyNoP. WITH'S BRICK BUILDING.JACKSOlIVlLLE '. | Notice.4 !

I get Rev. CORRT H. PERSONS
them.MARK having
maadaap
BUTTS, Postmaster. MOST COMPLETE, ACCURATE Cap OE5 FLORIDA. ALL any
THE James W. Bryant WimngtonDeI' Dr. wine Vil estate of Roland Roberts late of Co
-oo
July 1, 1852. AND RELIABLE DICTJONAEY OF THELANGUAGE. ., .; BRADFORD,borer, Del.Jlev. mIlE SUBSCRIBERS- inform lumbia county deceased are hereby requested to
'ATTORNEY AND COCNSELLOK-AT-LAW respectfully
J. E. Rockwell N. Y. Hon.J.Oz.i-
,
; present them duly authenticated within the time
JL their friends and that
FOR PHILADELPHIA. Will (except when business may require his absence PBAHT,Dr. A. E.BrookY.1 N. J. TeadiersTuxo. have established themselves acquaintances in the mercantile they prescribed by law, or they will bo barred and an ,
from the State attend to Professional
) appointments Rev. Teos. Rev. Z.
9 in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit A. HnT WilminotonDel.CA:1 business in this place,and are now receiving and persons indebted to said estate are reueste4tomake
PHILADELPHIA MANSFIE lARIWS, at the stand above named fall immediate payment to the Mdenined*
opening a assortment

in the
'f Florida and Federal Court for the .
AND Northern District& of Florida. Andnr,Ma. nov 2 31-ly consisting of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles, A. J. WRIGHT: ,

SAVANNAH Jacksonville Groceries, Hardware,Boots Shoes Rats Cap _ _Sherltr-ex off.$administrator: 'f
HE WILL ALSO ACT AS AGENT Femae.IUtut. Bonnets .& te-,. with of
Steam Navigation Company. 0. ty-variety roods Tax Collector' Sale.
f//J for general Business in the State, respecting IlISTTT01. sne- usually kept in* Dry Goods Store. Which VIRTUE of
THIS the
0'- grants; and donations of lands, and the locationor operation more than two they offer for sale as cheap be : power vested in me by
The new and splendid side-wheel team ship years as they can JlJf Law I shall expose for sale before the Court 1
selling thereof. I will hereafter be under the joint control of purchased at any establishment in the Southern House t
in
STATE OF GEORGIA of 1200 tons register, door the town of Palatka, eountv of .
; Captain J. E Walton has commenced her regular hr ALSO AS AGENT MISS P. SWART AND MRS M, MARLOW.Mrs. country ; their entire stock having been selected Putnam,on the first Monday September,1352.
I tripe and will leave Savannah Wednesday, for the collection of Claims upon the United i MARLOW ha connected with by one of the firm, with much care and attentionand between the legal boars of sale, the following do I

the 2d day of J npe,and every alternate Wednesday States for Military or other services, pensions, one of the most popular Academic at Greenville, with a view particularly to this market,they scribed property or somoeb thereof as will pay
thereafter-say on the 16th and 30th June, And thirty other members of the United State applies furnished volunteers,and for horses or &. C., and brings with her the highest testimonials flatter themselves that they will be enabled to tbe State and eonaty Taxes doe thereon for the

14th and 23th July, 10th and 25th August, and so Senate. 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 1851to wit: 16,000 acres more or lees of
on. u liable. She all refers to Col. B. M. PEARSON and Mr. with their patronage both as to the prices and Land situateIriBg'and being in Section 38.;of

Cabin Pas wge to Philadelphia, $25 Foreign Business.-J. W. B. will also W3 D. BHENHAX,of this place. quality of their goods. Township 10.S.,of Range 25. E.:*Sectioa 37,of
Through Tickets to New York, 25 attend to the collection of Claims and other Professional Miss SWART tenders her thanks to her friends The Subscribers will be constantly receiving Township, S.,and Range 25.E and Session

Steerage 9 Business,in England and on the Conti. and the public generally for the liberal patronage such additions to their Stock as the state of 38 01 Township 10S.,,and Range 26 E.'and vial
President of the United States. ent of Europe. and respectfully informs them the market may require and,having made arrangements Section 33. of Township S, and Raogels E.;
has been built with entire to
This ship cou.foft and dispatch, and offers regard new and 03-During his absence,JOHN W. PRICE, Esq., that&, receivd recenty ibrmed association with in New York,orders can be supplied maid Land being returned as the property ef Ro.bertMcHardy i4f

safety admirable facilities to business and traveL For JOHN C. HATELY will act in his stead in Florida. ,. Mrs. Mario, goes into operation,on the at the shortest possible notice. ,by G.R.Faubaaks, Jlrnt. .
Beeswax Buck
Hide Tallow ,and Hans will erI
Florida.Administrator's 1 .
A ddxesaJackaonville.East or can R.T.BOYD
lit of March, an additional number pupils ,
freight or passage,applytoPAUtLPORD ATTORNEY AT T, A TV. tw received into the whom a faithful be received In exchange for goods. Tax A.rr' m. Collr Putnam

FAT.&,CO., OFFICE BLOUNTS FERRY, Sale.j.Change and eonsientous 1ttuto1 duty will be Friends and customers are respectfully solicited Palatka. Feb.19, 1m-tela. eountr. .
in &
Agents to call and examine this stock before
COLUMBIA COCNTT: the teachers. purchasing
HERON & MARTIN, of Day of Sale. .len elsewhere. E. L. HARRISON, State .t Florida, County of OaraJU
Mrs. will
devote attention
july 8-tf Agents in Philadelphia. will practice in the Courts of the Eastern Wednesday,the 25th of August, there will particular J.P.SANDERSON. Sarah A-Falana,} .
ON to the French Department, as well as to the usual o
C 3
District. offered for sale,on the plantation of OHN English September 1.1831. tf. TS.Joseph > '.
Proclamation.BY sept.11. tf. H. McINTOSH late of Duval county deceased studies f Falaaa. 3 ,
between 300 and 400 head of stock and other Trims p quarter of eleven weeks. Dissolution Co-Partnership. BILL FOR DIVORCE. 1

THOMAS BROWN, GOVERNOR OF Edmund Whitney, cattle a number of sheep horses and hogs ; Orthography, reading,writing, and Co-partnership heretofore existing be- TT appearing to the Court by affidavit that

FLORIDA: Commissioned and legally qualified as waggo'na timber, and other carts; a quantity of arithmetic, - $. 00 THE, R. Boulter, P. Moody, and H. E. W. JL Joseph &defendant to the above-stated e

\ WHEREAS, it has been made known to me Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for Plantation n.ensils household furniture, &C. Al- Grammar, geography, and history, 5 0 Cl&rke.ander the style of R. BOULTER ft CO., Bill,resides beyond jurisdiction of this Court i
: DAVENPORT who Dnval County, so a very valuable Chickering piano. Tbe higher branches of the English is this day dissolved by mutual consent by the and out of tbe State of Florida,but within the
wu convicted at the Circuit Court held in and May be found,when his services are desired, on Also a very valuable Steam Saw Mill, in complete education, - 6 00 withdrawal of H. E. W. Clarke. United States IT is OEDCUD. that publication j
t for Putnam County, (Spring Term 1852) of an inquiry at the Republican office. order and ready for operation-with the Extra chge for instruction in the French The business will hereafter be conducted by be made in some newspaper,onee a week for toe 1

j j assault and battery, and sentenced to an imprisonment June 10 om site-containing about 100 acres of land, and Icngnage drawing. Messrs. Boulter and Moody,under the name and space Three Mouths requiring;'said defendant '
i of six months in the jail of Dnval County houses and buildings situated thereon and connected The musical department of this Institution, i style of R. BOULTER & CO. to appear,plead to,or answer said Bill of Com 1
,(there being no jail in Putnam County:) And, Agency for Scott & Co's with the Mill. The Mill is 85 bone power under the charge an accmpli R.. BOFLTER. plaint on Monday,the second day August ensuing 4

!. whereas said Davenport, after being confined in REVIEWS. works two gangs of upright saws, and one circular ed performer on the H Piano For. P. MOODY.H. the date hereof;or the said Bill will betaken i

I burst County jail several. weeks,broke therefrom mIlE' undersigned has been duly authorized,by saw called an Edger; baa attached a fine tar. Pupil from .can ammo E. W. CLARKE pro emfeao against him, and such further 'i
I and escaped JL LEOXARD SCOTT,Esq., to receive orders and wharf, a railway and a car to convey lumber to dated with board,in respectable fai from order giventn the premises as to the Court may i
I I Now,therefore !, TH MAC BROWN, Governorof receipt for subscriptions to the British Reviews the same. $12 to $15 per month. Persons having claims against the bovo firm seem meet.. ji j
:
J the State of Florida, do hereby charge and consisting of17u'London There is at the wharf a sufficient depth of water Feb. 2t '. are requested to present them for settlement and THOMAS DOtTGLAS. J

command all the civil officers of this State, and Quarterly Review for rezsels to load. those indebted threto are notified to make settle Judge,Ao..be -
call upon all good citizens to aid and assist in.the Terms of sale are cash and nothing will be reeived For Sale-Private or Public. ment. STATE OF FLORIDA,} I
I apprehension of said Davenport and his safe delivery The Edinburs Review, c in payment but gold silver, and bills of II May 3,.JS52. 1m may 6 County of DuvaL J I
to the Sheriff of said County of Dnval, or The North British Review, i banks of the city of Savannah and Charleston.B. gjg The subscriber having entered into a!: 1,ISADORE V. GAT.TTE. Clerk of the Cireult j

to the Sheriff of any County in this State. The Westminster Review, A. PUTNAM H j positive for engagement sole at to lot in another about 4UU i Paper Hanging Depot, Court ofthe Eut.ern' 'Florida for Dnval j L

MEM.-Said Davenport is about 6 feet 2 inches AND JACOB WALDBURG, : ,of offers LAND, in, this vicinity prices, lying, on Mc i No. 44 Courtlandl-stTeet, New-York opposite county,do hereby certify that the above Order is j .
hair built blue 32 with the will annexed. Acr true and correct ofthe original now file i ,
\ high;light ; stout ; eyes; years Blackwood't' Edinburg Magazine. Administrators Coy's Creek, and extending on both sides of the the Mir chant Hotel. a copy oa I -
of the of the 21st in office. ]
t age. Broke out of jail on night June 11th, 1852. 17-tl6thAug my ,
ult. TERMS: Alligator roa one mile, and two me on the fW HE Croton Manufacturing Company(organ- LtWrrxESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my j
For any one or the four Reviews (3 00 per ann. Circuit Court, State Florida,Southern ung's ; eastern bin: within the Seal of
i WUn. ny haDd.I Lh* Great Seal bund _B_ bed under the General Manufacturing Law hand and affixed said Court this I9th < ..1
I **..**. of the State of Florida which I have For mnynro dO -. a OO Circuit Monroe County. haifa mOo of the market buildingson ofthe State of New-York) offers at wholesale ia day ef April,A.P. 1852. StH '
For three, do. 700" I it but In an nnfiaisbed state, ,
: : caused to be affixed hereto. Done at any Sophia Camack) a new mostly to suit purchasers at MAOTTACSJOXXRS'LOWEST -, --- 'J
; quantities
IUI.the For all four of the Reviews 8 DO << and cost about $1,000. There are also on it avariety Polnsett't lidtdian :Loxec. t.
: Capitol at Tallahassee, this 3rd vs. >Bill in Chancery,for Divorce. PRICES,far cash or approved credit
<
I .. { For Blackwood's Magazine, > 3 00 < of young fruit trees, vis.plumbs,peaches, r-__ -
** day of Jiilv A. D. 1852. John Camack. ) Paper Hangings of variety of style and
t For Blackwood 9 << white walnuts (choice varieties,) every
and three Reviews 00 quinces
apples, .
THOMAS BROWN.Gonrnor IT being made satisfactory to appear that the price.Borders. Testimonial .;; Xlcsjwlar PTawslclan. ,
of Florida. For Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00 said bill has been filed in the Slack's office ofII&Id fgs.pomegranitesscnipernong gap&c. A to match. The following certificate ofthe efficacious qua- 4

I By the Governor. PATXE.NT8 BE If ADfc HI ALL CASES IH ADYAXCE. county and by due proof that the said defendant He valuable will also mineral springs.of hiS .,consisting Fire Board Prints in great variety. ities of this Medicine is from a regular phynciaa -

Attest: C. W. Dowsnto, CLUBBING. ,John CamacS, resides beyond the limit dispose growing of crop of Transparent'Window Shades. in Columbia county j *
inly. '8-6t.; [Ken.} Secretary of State. Fur copies of any or all of the above works of the State of Florida : It is hereby ordered. in part t>t fifteen acrej fifteen corn,hundred.rOi! Oil P&mted Window- Shade- Pun I GIOTE Columbia eo., \:
-f will be sent to one address on of the i said and oats, throf sweet potatoes Wide Window Curtain and
Notice. payment regular that defendant do appear plead answer mellon (flourishing and well stocked with Papers, E. E.,February 29Uu 1852.L
subscription for three-the fourth copy be JIggratia. or demur to said bill, on or before the first Mon hill three hundred hills of Window Shade Fixtures, DEAR SIR: 1 take the first opportunity ,
THE co-partnership existing between the sub COLUMBUS DREW day in November next, in default of which the young mammoth,) and one pp Of the latest styles and superior finish, all of their presented since I saw ."to write you as C prom- '
beef and
and William Nettles in driving Florida Republican Office, said bill Will be taken as confessed against him. tins euhe. thousand own manufacture and importation. As their stock uedtodo, in reference to your Indian Lox C1llL '
Cattle having been dissolved on the first day of April 8- tf -Jacksonville. Provided, that this order snail be published in garden vegetables; &on one slarg and entirely new, they invite Merchants, Below send certificate: \
them heading finely,) you. my -
5l the will not hold cabbage (some
undersigned
September. articles to call .
some newspaper printed in the State of Florida, plt celery Booksellers and dealers in these PINE GROVE,Colombia co.l iE.F.
himself responsible for any contracts since made Persons out Employment; once a week for the term of four months before peas, bns.bts, carrots; Jeyletnc -, and examine their styles and prices whenever they .,February 29thl852.J r' 1

under the name of the late bm.JOHN the said first Monday of November next. ,. ,cucb tups. visit the city.Country Mr. Egbert Poinsett <

BROWN. American Gift Books for 1852.To Given under mr hand and seal at Chambers,in Sec. with of HaD's Merchants can examine this stock from Dear Sir: I have used three bottles ef your Indian *
New River, June 16.1852. in this 24th Also, s Brick Yard, one patentmoulding o'clock in the till 10 o'clock in the 4
Clergymen, Postmasters Teachers of Sab- the city of Key West said county, two Iron mud-mills, 6 morning Loxeenst-all sKeeeeding admirably. One

J Notice. ball Schools Boot Agents, Students, day of May A. D. 1852. fee.,iachnes. fifteen thousand to chan evening. of the bottles was used ia a case of CIaronIo Dr- j jsyntery

WEEKS after date, I will apply to tb. and Head of Families. JOS. B. LANCASTER [SEAL.] pump thousand bricks, recently burnt. Also plantation New-Yorkl\arch 1,1852. April which had produced prolapsus Sal.or pro- :''UI
SIX of the Circuit Court and ex of cio Judge Judge Southern Circuit, State of Florida. tools and a few kitchen and household and OHio 'ruiOD of tbe rectum which had baffled all other
t of Probate for Letters of AdministratiosMrith the EMPLOYMENT.SEARS' A true COPT: Witness articles, utsis, &c. Oil, Tallow, Greasel remedies that had been tried (and these wen j

Will annexed,on the Estate of Juhn Delmy:late AMERICAN PICTORIAL BOOK J. M. BRACEWELL, On Monday,I. 12th of July next, what remains -- \ ot. not a few.) The result was a final cure with one ]
} to 181 William Clerk M. C. C. barrels Oil, price 75 cents Loxeeust is the i
of Columbia county deceased HMEiTlOmoYed. Jon 10-4m unsold of the above will be olfeed 3OO Machinery bottle. 'Your Indian most poDtin
I July 1 GEO. S. HERBERT. street, (near Spruce) New York. at PUBLIC pper. ?. .per gallon. and certain euro for Dysentery and Diarrhoea. '
BOOK AGENTS WANTED. Notice. The lands will ALt into'lots to suit purchasers. 2,500. gallons same,,75 cents In casks. of various of any remedy that 1 have as yet learned the use ;
Negro Boy Stolen. The subscriber publishes a large number o and term sises. otV RelpecUdl.yoan.ko.t.-
most valuable books, very popular and of such a SIX MONTHS after date I will present my Titles' unquestionable. ao 200 barrels boiled Paint Oil,63 eta per gaL TP.W.CATO.M.DL, \

A FREE NEGRO BOY, named JOSHUA.was moral and religions influence that while good and vouchers as Administrator of tnodatig. E. ...JAIl.DON 0,000 gallons do do do ,do N.1JL Senci.anot.heraappl1.: -Iti.wJr.ID&r \
missed from my place 17 miles from men safely in their circulation the estate of CALVIN READ deceased. to the In the absence of the subscriber, 'in casks of various aiaeI.IISO 11 w' Pw.c. _.

I JacksonviUe.on the Alligator road.on the 27th ot will confer may a public engage benefit and receive a, ,they fair Hon. ,Judge of Probate of Dnval County for Esq.,.will b authorized. act for him.. barrels Tanners'Oil various kinds and .
June. lb&.jde&where he is concealed but final seoleraent of said estate and also apply for JOS. S- oAJWCiiv.jACXSOirraxx w
compensation for their labor. : ; qualities,from 85 to 60 cents per gaL To DrnffgiatSi '
I have every reason to believe be has been stolen by To letters duntdssory. F.May 20,1232.flcKaeksonrineis ia casks ef'various cliesrsriuiaakindssndqnalit1esfrOmS5lOO- Pa
wit young men of enterprise and tact,this business 1,600. gallons, Apothecaries Perfeaten ; I I
1 some of the characters engaged in such work, C. S. EMERY, o. corw7uTJ
-offers an opportunity ble.ellUiliu-, pfag'nplc7 t ppw Medici Factors in
I a view to selling kisa... SaidUy is about 18 y_ ment seldom to be met with. There is not a Admr. Estate of C.Read tion and trader cents gallon. tent- ?* ;
)I of age,a bright mulatto and has a lump oa the town In the Union where a right honest and well XJ&C .June 171852. 6m The "Republican" and Georgian," Sn .60 tons tallow per grease for heavy bearings Toilet end Fancy Artidet i j

_j right aide of his forehead caused by a kick from disposed person can fail selling from 60 to 100 volumes Notice. nah. Ga-and" Ca.rierChaestn S. ., and.coarse machinery in barrels or ,: .PBACTICAX. ADViSER or,Co.

I ahorse. ,according to the populotion.Just having claims against the estate requested to th& tl ,and 'casks--.of any: eonsisteney';required. I. ,peadimm over On*Hundred1.Recipes,for
persons
; Any giving such information as may ALL the day of the of Druggists: Apothecaries. Perfumers, *
person Published 11. McINTOSH of Dual forward on bror vFrioe 6 centll per pound. : use I
tei&out -
t lead to his recovery,will be liberally rewarded. n important National gale,to 150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint,in barrels at Confectioners, Patent Medicine Factors.. and. j
county deceased as creditors llein.leJatee. or &drertir
: B. F. BEERS Work Dealers in Toilet and Fancy&. Edited by !
tbelowsstinarketpdtsMaekii -
'
: Three miles from the Burnt House, A new and revised edition of our Pictorial Description otherwise, authenticated are hereby notified by the to oath exhibit of the them claimant induplicate Tim' ,Copper-Eimnwnz -and Sheet, Iron n Oit warranted not to_ehiH-' to the HORACE &.Graduate and Member of the .j

-Jaly 1-tf. Alligator Road. of the United States for 1852.enlarged to the subscribers, within two fromdsteortheywillbebsrred vv''aa.-. ". 'W coldest weather and considered by taose using it College of PharmaeyJa the city of New-York. 1

I NEW BArn and'improved,corrected by the last census, with by law j'and years The undersigned I prepared toperfOTtfl equal to sperm oiU' r.TSoiled Also-The celebrated Recipe of Professor Wil
and illustrations of the Gold Regions persons of, :Sheet I other for making good Soap at one eent pound,
full descriptions indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate kinds T. C : Paint Oil, equalto Uuiee&Oil, lard per 1
I Bread, ,Pies and Cake JM. te.; 700 page. larife! octavo. payment. RaU rk snob of light than for white., ,- : that will wash better and quicker without labor
Pictorial of China 600 ., LTtsnsils, and repsinng i of the than other ever mairatartared. ;Thl '
Soap
rWTOE copartnership heretofore 'niat.iDge' : Description and India B. A. PUTNAM, mkinl I am constantly reoelvins large supplies any :
JL twee Myers and Coopman ia the conduct pages; and Thrilling Incidents of the Wan of the JACOB W WALDBURtf" end Spouting for'Hol'.Tisa Roof above named articles.and my,motto is;-Small alone Is worth fttty tomes the price of the bookieany .
the United States, 600 pages-retail price $2 60 per lng, sad Zinc a kc work and-nick ret.uDI.** "-, family. ExcIuiewkok.ale agent for tie ;
of Baking business'having beea dissolved jtml7-2m Administrators. &e. : Cf u4 .will beet profits Be"F..PON1). I United -. -'. .
the subecfber desires to make known to the public volume. ? ; i sppertainlflg t hill b- Jkates-dCas-daj 4
."- .: .w LANDOn ;
that be win hereafter The Remarkable Adventures of Celebrated Notice. with "W&&er-a (under the Pearl st.House,) f I
carry on said)DeIII1Dgly. the '
for I00Na.a-streetN.Y
He has made fail preparations to opply the tows Persons beaatifally.il1ut.r&te4IwitJa engravings ALL' forewarned" On,fo uUcIu or eem. ,Jaail-, ,iNewYerk.Pekin I' '
One volume 400 royal octavo., Cloth gilt. persons are hereby against __- 'Price,50 .. Post-Office Stamps enclosed 1
and other pnrebaeArs with Terr excellent BREAD, Retail $125.pages ,: :, L'tradiDg for's certain Promissory Note of: coa.1.be pmp. Warehouse to that amount. pay for OB* eepy,which iibssusfreeieanpartOfthSUn1tsdSlates4 .
price >' LROAK.rH. Tea
PIES sad CAKES which be i. now delivering, W described Hand made by the undersigned on the tenth or > Company 't

renlarly at the houses of easterners. Our publications in am advertisement.are too'numeroustoobe, : .. eleventh'day of May, 1852,to Moses Barber,sr t .,May6 ,' : T6.ad TT Fvltoci at., Hew Tork. Stationers,Booksellers Newspaper Agents eta*
It. takes this opportunity'.of expressjpg Ida to embark r'in the enterprise- or bearer lot the sum of One Hundred and Twen B' uhtt JaiJO .--HE PEKTJf TEA'COMPANY: ,ban enclosing a cash remittance noeiTe the work '

thanks for the liberal evidences of encouragement. wiU Any risk person little wishing by sending to the publisher|2S.for ty-five Dollars payable OB:the first day of October "N the" tenth-' of May,a Negro man -namedWASHINGTON. .6 been established many years and has at a large discount eg. aprflia! ;
which be has already received,sad,while respectt 1852. The consideration,of said Note has iSav.,>e' belongs toBENJAMIN8LNGLETOof ,
which be will maintained ahigh repatationJot
fin, asking a continuance of the same.,'feel warranted receive sample copies of thejsrions'workijst failed and I will not pay said Note unless I always character Cotton WoolIenUacMfiery and
_insardnd L1el8" Teas of the most delicious
wholesale carefully boxed .
t U claiming for the bread which lie offers prices law. Any one .for said F '
pelled br trading Ga. about twenty of which have ia every, .St.8JUJ'W1 1
liberal and at Steam
directed affording a very per ty, & andfragrancy. pnces .
-" ,
qualities in all the essentials which geto will a risk for its payment; _
unsurpassed eentege to the for'his trouble. With these ran. bigh. hy..U given .. The Teas are war- 'tqr
J snake the staff of life palatable, and Agent : CHARLES F.>FITCIIETT.iNewnsnsilI.E.P.Junsl,185t. xon"ye1Uoa u ."' ESSEX,COMPANY,Lawmex,MAS'
pure if do nelipren'Dboaa.th'1are
will they
be soon be,able,to the ratted and be returned TBE :
ascertain most. sajeable. w ) pore, may J t
wholesome. He wUl continue to use the best flour, .and : Jan IT J'iW- BREEZE represented.- TheTeas ,.m-promptly execute-aQ
or4er .
whisk,with personal experience id the'art elBa We aoBctt orders accordingly.., ; t'o' COON; '. JaHor, East f. done ia 1-4 l1t. 12lbsnd41bpe.ekagemakfug ders for Cotton,and Xpolleo Machinery ef afl
the this
from trade;teachers .net basbels prime WHITE etbl ouJ I sold by Company are up 1
whale Mills from
him win tor
king.Justifies U promising :hh,customersoedBreadIte. school committees 4qftL-G3 It eonrenient kinds cad contract
books to furnish .
'' ,for whom we by ..
My,2' inishlas .
wheel to the
: .: own Publications,and those of all, the TJAMES'HANHA for' merchants Loan 'a rreat,rape water er steam engine ; "
our .pub MBaysu :. country ,
Tickets and families with- ,Jfotice. v4 ., Steam Saw MUJs for or stafle'
famished .
anywhere of the ,' the most liberal terms... i:-r with 'small-outlay of eapUaL Hotel keepers chine gangs
ia Ue fistits of Jishen country on 'It 11 2 doors East ef BeUeehasse* Finegan's. spInal a aanJ Machinists-Tools ef deavriptioa.
the ivory
town supplied at an early hour merchants Ltrersons hby. o..rne' of baring on their tabl*
certain
I subscribers a always
Country can_preenre to .
eYe". "Pl' c.-4 nti per loaf. : '. -' and sell"Stars'Pictorial Works"make band- .- GOO bushels Heavy White OATs A tradiag for No\,mablme may uniform character of,Tea;whisk Teas of which Locomotive and Freight Cart Jk&ohiaery.of..
HENRY COOPMAN. OATS sale bJAMES BANIIAM :: dated January lit, 1832in fT Tbo Ia"tbnt kinds on band either fiaished or i ,
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some profit, and sustain no loss.IPersons on there tna'Jam"roviity. azdons'up :
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"Uce.MeT.mnreWf1)ow'
ta abort
27 bearer be fiBed
may ,tf Bay treet.BACOS mm er. oreM the second that order can : ; '
wishing to engage fa their sale win receive __juneIl___ ; liCfDbt ,&14 note.wrapperl. .TKe.JaaWe" .. .' .:
promptly by mail a Cirenkr containing faJparticulars IWBr-2,5IO Ibs.BACON SIDES. &e.l tt.ftir.of J. .slt'.sailed tar proof paper.,and the e \ CUnese' rice pa-, Pinou eoatraetiig MIlt'trBI" -1
'C&to s* -
Floor JIattine.EECEIYED. **Directions to Persons .
lUST, 4ri and '54 White &D4 to act a*Xg6nta.with **_together with the terms disposed on 11.'ral.' fcj-r VBaynrtreei.X JAMES HAgHAM,-' .. .t.n ..aM *for wbIek said Not per._E f sale at tie N.:'Torfttfaeift*' easb by wife.J.-drawtofs" Ite-.Im"..', "-"1M" .--.....c.-. .'

:.Co1ore4 FLOOR 4LTTLNG1 ud now of- which they wQl'NO furnlsVd,by addressin 1, i Jau f. was lact-:: : th.Ageatr3OU.L'A. MATER, -eNJ(0Jt4T...4guLI'
do r. .
-.wholesale and KAXP.A.OCW&ILi ps } 1. HCtETT. ,_ ,.; tIIH *kiG J
ntaLlebe.por..G.., ,W.J1ARI'O. eask.by. n JB, TsEA 'N .; I. ,. C- JAGU01DEIt"For salaby '- JAES $ ;:' !.b.2G-u" .' T.- .4 ...._::;. ?147i c
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l ;J TiUFLQItIDREPVBL1CAN- = : ,'Jf G fiOROE'H;,SMITH COMMISSZON"' List of Officers. oftheState. 'qfFlorida, Batel th.Vnttt4htatas of Xtt.rPo tac, *ndaidfrOC between !.bl 'nlD bfi t SSpfl l'&IDrt' ''to"necann4 similarly 7 11.ml4kfa.ciecL"'Y9.In,4o .

'IIfi .7.'J t 1tJ UlEDYD'Int1 "TuT' ; AUCIONEERING .:' '% f.' ft '1--4\ ., :t ";* adatfr.m tandlSSls aera t .. ,-r.TOTIIE .- .- To -. te 1J ENJAMlNDAVlUr,

. JT tkri.nTlU., Dttral'County,.K.Fn fcjr 9., 7 :...STh'i'EliOUStbFPICERSCoYernerTH0MA ] E.Po&ItU' ; / ;
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COLUM'BUf\JlEW. ,*. ., t F1. $ BROWN Foi yeijsntgtjett1riflTUI11tSCTptL0r, ,.1Ac* June 27, 18s1.
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'!'i ; SeCTOt&rySt&ttCHARLESWDOWNlNG. of any' kind'apen which information shall be. ; ) : ,DearSIr. lamentIreIyreliev.d; 'ef
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.,' into uiye.
is.t': .. ';t E SUBSCRIBERS entered eopartQersbip PHOqUE2TlSSferaAYWARD. 1-. communicated in.writlng.'o* iby mwksor 'thanks to.
r. Tlx-.rhrs: Do1Iu .p.r annm', pa1abJ .1. fo the pnepoie of carrying ou asked signs or sent tymsJl,'the rates mentioned the ffi'I jJ'-I' (. m'"W." If' :',n .2 711.01 J01U'haM,!eINDIAN nero..fo'LOn.Clae
the : the ab ve'buzlnessn& are, to zaskesales ., addition
a, 'pen ordering Psper.ic ppr' the shall be charged 'and for every diaeaaean4lfeel UM7ia noomaeDd1ai 1to
the
If not a">fbTe t1frtt1oi.f either en consignment or (one of Register State ; DAVID E e'cr .frasUoa.of "an'ounce, above-the pabUo..r i Ioutstrni. :
BttBscrlptioni, pa Lnds a&wli _.. ., .. ._.
Both of.the firm ,
auctioneer. ,
I the firm being an ) : Clerk Supreme ROBT. ? weight ia this an single -- : ,'GEOROr. COULTER.
the year,are charged 94. .-x are well acqnanted with the merchants COlr. ": ""- -" Dod tble. ""adtion To'. '
; ,.r and'cit- I' .i.' .n.DICIAY. rate I to.b, ge .:: ; 'CJtUBUC.I : Pol.1IeU. Eeq. .
&t the following of the which them
,. Advertisements will be inserted acne itrO gives aTe '

: k' fates:'One Dollar per square ( rtwel'e lines)for of sales of any goode f mer .c Sem...Cor Juget ', ; : ...':. ..1 I .Having,forjBfTeraUye.ric .votcd .BATOR /si'ob' f.cl

the ant and&iventJ-Fl, Cents For every subsequent dande which mT;be,sent to..them on consign. Hon. Walker Anderson \ Cn. I PeDlola .': .' ,. ,"' .',. I' ..' .7 .. time to the examination and .Dear Sir August 7, J t.j>-
,ThIs will
; Inform
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insertion.. To yearly Advertisers liberal ment.h i wai give their attention to1 mating good Hon. A. G, Smme I Acit I jApalMha 'J "." S .' ..' -1L!' .a. ,r = varions\medicinaVp'a: and my children were dangerously ill yon with that three 'ot
'.1 -They would respectfully so Hen. L.'A. \ | 8 = euliarto peninsular Florida the I the P1-a-
and immediate ,
transient Advertlsec Diarrhoea '
di.coantwrn be made.'All sael. TomJu. ,- r.'S i tory or ,for about six ,weeks. I
Judge .
merchants and : g
patronage tesen o this jnedicinc has acquired a knowled almost'
a-nmni .o. eterttttoj that
forile
,T,1 menU(except bypersons having account 'lici who wish to sell goods in Western- Hon. GeoIS.Hai'1 I Apalach. generally U used
I with.the office) must be paid previous, to publi'catloii. -" rcties. f thflrIns will promptly attended Middle J.' I Ta'I'e S .. -O'1 branch which ill rarely obtained )} di.eas.butnt.noefecL; A friend of mioe recommended'm.
'0 WKaqicai Medicine
' : to. Eastern Thomas Douglas I \vhosaobjYct alaneh calttd TV.
: : I m.; : '08 DIAN LOXECUSy/
\i. .: GEORGE H. SMITH; Southern | Jos. B. Lancaster I IK. West 0 J classification* VsX V *Vv procured It-st.1I1D
V
Tenons at a distance can govern their remittances PRICE. z happy to say that 1J Bottles of it evred all
;: JOHN W. James M. Landrum;Sol'r-W. Cir., UcheannaQnincy -Until the rear bV:bas KhrM
: for advertising,by the following rates: RUEc.-A Reed.Fernandez, Bisoce Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Ci., WHEH PREPAID. .. 'Ct.Ct. Cts..Ctt. present of-mrehildien-hoping your valuable Medicine
of botanical become
Samuel WiIlaiAhop Sol'r E. Weighing J os. or under, thought compounding a may ,generally known,so that all that
twelre months &: John P. Sanderson, 'Jak'vil beig may
f: One square ( lines. ) pnblkhedsix. 00 & C. JakonrlelBosn & Gunby/J; ALa Ossian B. Hart, Sol'r S. Clr., single rates i .. ..;. .-- 8 ,,6 10 15 himself.his labors having be \ be afflicted with WSZZ may have a..rta
safe
:Jl '.: 'or. $10 roche E l., Sabor Goodall, Sa- Over! os. and not over 1'01..0.6 12: 2 ,50. the filling of orders from abroad." and remedy; Yonratnily,' -1.
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,J- ,Two squares, for six months, -. :,15 00 nnnah. Mor 15, 82. .. tf.AGE COUNTY ERS: Over 1 0*. and not over, 98 3 4 The manner Jn which lie has been To.EPojll I EI JAMES LATI1IE1L-.
olber Business Cards, an. 10,00 -. c Y OFF Over Ijos. and not,over Zoz.-I2 2 4 6 ;
and per Clerk .
Legal I [First name Judge of name O.nr2 Ol,and not,over 21 01.:16, place himself in his present position "
r4' Notices to debtors and creditors, 700 FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON of Ct. Cour third name Sheriff; fourth name UNFAID. 3 0, follows:-A Per onal frieha cte4 .JACXSOTVILLZ, July!, L.
,
;!! : Applies1 for letters of administration, 6 00 Kennaugh ( occurs, as in G&e .&c.) Tax Single WHE rate;as above . 5 10 10 15 Dysenteryhaving failed of.obtaining. Deaf Sir 11 have tried your very valuable Med-
dismissal Administrator WnUa'E Assessor. Collector.] Over i'os. and not over 1 oz. ,10 20 cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far the best and
Notice of for as ane 2 8 from the
' Application NKAK ( regular faculty.on.e day
:4 PENNSYLVANIA safest
WILLJD.S HOTL. AVl Western drawl.Offictn. Over 1 ot. and not over li 02.-15 cure for this dangerous disease that have
$10,00' to gixe prompt attention to arrangement Post Over 11 o%. and not over 2 o*. 8 8 birafthns-'ris said:that every ever known or heard of. My little daughter, and
Congress ofc.Esc3mbi 2 4 6
.r For announcement of candidates for office, 6 00 and. prosecution of claims before .- County. Charles N.Jordan .. Over 2 os. and not over 2fr oz.'2'' 5 5 .' clime produces an antidote for drse about two years,bad suffered longhand was redeced -

"i No announcement will be made unless the same or any of the Executive Dpartmentl.I&ms F. E. DeLarua culiar to the l locality; if so;* to 'almost a skeleton,and r tried part
fJJ arising from the'Revolutionr 1851 the jou a Bottle of yeur "INDIAN aid
LOXECUST"
F. NOTE.-From and after the 30th ,
I Jue
It accompanied with the amount charged. I. or wars; Revolutonar Half- Santa Rosa DLraa. Milton mode of computing the rates upon"inland letters knowledge,..,of the field>nd wood- it has'acted like a charm, the child is now Ia.

', Editorial notices for private benefit will be pay, or Widows' Pensions ; Ary; u E. S.Amos u -i., letters from* one office within the United I Jcnow,'f8oaelhjng, td'relinp'meThe .','- f roving and. may be seen by those who do not be

barged double the rate of advertising. I Bounty Land or SriP. under law of Feb. 1. 4' Isaiah Cobb,Jr.* States Territories to another, and also upon : reply was," that he was lieve. I" Respectfully,,
1847,.ugutO, S Arrearages of Pay WaltonHolmes Daniel McLeod Ucheanna letters between'he United States and the British A.V. COLVIN.I .
,. Religions,Obituary, and Marriaenotices,1ill Volunteers for .. with the properties of .some plants and
; D. McKinnon To E. Poinsett
Clas North American to be as follows, to I Esq.
' Exp Angs -, pronnces-s which he believed would have the .
.
'e Horses lost and other Property ; .
:! publishedgratis. u: wit Single rate half an .
W.llcColla. : ; tSl. NICHOLAS Fin
exceeding Si
i onn ,July ,l1.
be eincurred by Volunteers before being mustered bner Gordo effect and anioiaied with friendship,.
paid. A
.{.4 Communications must post .e Cero double rate, if exceeding ounce;but not ;
Dear is
ha SIft This
and received into service ; Waggon.ma u Martin W. Bret exceeding an ounce; ,"exceeding about the prtp mtion.of a taedicine tc certify that two Bottles of
: ter and Teamsters' claims; Marines',sailors'. *e 'Robt. R. ._. ounce, but not exceeding an and a a } The taaterral-was aUrered your Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECUST"
J. P. Sanderson ? oun' ately has
: r &c., &c. Orange .a permanently cured two of our Negroes eta se
and additional for
d'."* ATTORHEY AJJD COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Having all the forms necessary for a proper Washington. Norsnan'A.CampbdUg ,". additional so on charging half ounce or fraction of rate half eTr. own hands and then carefully Diarrh & I take pleasure in recommending

. presentation of claims, together with the rules John A.Tabor'. The mode of computing rates letters to .It'wasYompTeUly successful-the valuable MedIcine-as being without doubt
..: 'HAVING removed his office from Columbia and regulations governing the different Departments Jackson FredTs R. Pitml Marianna Great and to all other foreign upon efiected.c-The.fame of this.care ;8 of the best and safest remedies this disease
Duval County that I hare
Jacksonville Britai
cout.ries heard
to he is to undertake all claims, of S.C. of or seen. Yours tralTo ,
.
prepared the American circle of friends induced -
friends that be will Belaml provinces a ,
respectfully informs his continue Ieetd among .1 W. Mc1NTYltR.
4t the services
," .hat kind soever, that may requi << James will remain ,under the S' medicine until;io E. Poinsett .
for the
.t. the practice of his profession as formerly. >f an Agency at this place. Calvin Stephens U &at present 3 ap1icatI' Esq.
March 1849
'S He will attend at each and every Term of Particular attention given to the'proper settlement Calhoun K. B. Evans Bouttow ded ,the table, cf agreeably foreign postages.DIRECTIONS.to instructions. app thetrpable'rjf: tnaking a preparatiori J4CUOl'n'ILLZ June 9th,1851.,

';'; the Circuit Court in the several Counties o of Quartermasters'accounts. u. Benj. F. Parker t .. 'time, a quantity was made ;up.and Dear Sir I .have used your Indian Loxeenst
of
.:'.i' the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount Thos. J. Land* H : without in my f *Qr,'and have found it
hand to giveaway a valuable
1 very
1st. fetter half
.. I- Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme claimed, and the extent of services Arch'd T.Bennett ETr or parel'no& exceeding remedy for Diarrhoea. I take pleasure
."*i Curt at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. All communications, to insure incrtion ruir., must Frank Sam'l W. Spencer ApQlachcla an i weigh sba be deemed a singleletteror accepting a remuneration. .More recommending it to the public. great ia
Augustine. AH business cntrn.'ted to his care be deo __0 W. hundred cares were effected. .At 1en
r post paid 4t Respectfully, J. E.TOWNSE.'iD
.*. ,.-i. will receive prompt attention. Middle Circuit. 2d.All drop-letters, or letters placed In any the advice of friends, and tired of the Egber Poinsett, Esq.JACXSONYILLZ. .
' Address-J. P. SAKDEKSOX, Jacksonville, A.. E RICAN AND FOREIGN post office, not for transmission but for delver he
4. *: Gadsden Edward C. Love Qnincy shall be with at the made upon bis time and purse,
110Ada. only,
.0. Jhtval Cowitv, charged postage rt E. Fla., May 17, 1351.
Jacksonville.Jan. 17. ].. tf AGENCY Robt C Letter one cent each. I to manufacture the medicine for
Dear Sin This
:;( CITY OF WASHINGTON, Samuel B. Love ,.. 3d. Each deputy:postmaster;whose cqmpensation -! sciofcs.that what proved a.bl IS girl may certify to you that 1 had a
negro suffering under
:,4, EIcQueen! mcIntosh.I Hugh O. McLean for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the not Ioee its virtues froni a severe attack of Diarrh
: TTN *11 the direction of AARON HAIGHT David W. Gwynn feWfoaJd a and that the use of one bottle of
I i' ATTORNEY AT LAIV, U PALMER of New York and WORTH- Lon Oscar A. Myers Taahaee 30th June all) did letters not exceed$2 may himself send throughthe and re- offered to the many, or from having preparation called "lndia Loeeu!effeet.afly your

,_ : WILL attend the Circuit Courts in tho Eastern SNETHEN of New Haley T. Blocker mai the mail all written communications cantile price, instead of:beiog cured her,aad,1 would take this method of n--

,. \ Circuit; the United States District Court at St. Orleans Court Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme John H. Rhodes UW cin addressed through to himself,on his private business,which This, then, is the origin of-. commending it as a very valuable Medicine.

. ., ': Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; of the United States. akuaV m. J. Council Newport shall not exceed in weight one half cause, free of POINSETT'S INDIAN LOXECTSTV. Yours truly, JOHN BRANTLEY
:; '_ and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of This estblhment i formed for the following W. Mound postage. This does not authorize them to Mr. Egbert Poinsett.JACXSOSVJUB.
the Government Washington, objects Abijah Hall U fk. He does not enter the.fielJ as a.
:: Florida against letters unless written themselves,
by
.; I
, "., either before Congress or at the Departments.ft j. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of Alfonso R. Combs any their business only; nor does it authorize for public favor inthe ranks of : July 26, 1851

I"' 1' >.ADDRKS3, Jacksonville, East Florida. the United Stts. and conducting professional Jefferson Thomas J. Chace Monticello them private to receive free of postage any thing but He has ho dreams of building ,up a a Dear Sir Diarrhoea i Sometime since I was attacked with
. ,. MaY 2. 1850 tf business Congress. Craven G. written communications. addressed to themselves, severe so severe that I could not attend
....\ 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claimsin Daniel T. Fie their business. fortune from pills and potions. Yet to my business. I was recommended to try
; JOHN E11SK1NE, law or { the United States be John Wooten (C and on private not profess to be so disinterested a your "INDIAN LOXECUST. procured.one

: 'f .. OADSDEN'COOKTT fore Congress or the executive Departments, or Alex'r McDonald Court-house Newspaper Ratts,per ruartertohen sent fromthe thropist as to offer his medicine for Bottle of it. At the same time two members et
.. CUTE OF QUINCY, ,) agafbet foreign Governments before Boards, of Maisol Saml. R. Sessions office of to actual and bona fide lie good alone. He wishes and hopes my family were afflicted with the same disease.1

. Attorney at Law Commissioners. John H. Patterson I subt'.ribers pblIatio We all used the medicine from Ou one BoUl, _
\ alize fair return for his labor and
a : I
3 For the settlement of accounts with the Robert McKinney 1851 for each and am now happy to Wormy01l.that it cured
.
From after the 30th of ,
:. Has located in Jacksonville, and will attend the State Treasury, War, NaT Post Office, and Hamilton Henry J. Stewart, Jasper. not exceeding Jue ounces in weight, pens to which be b 18 been us all entirely. We are now all well and hearty
:-. t. Circuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern Interior Dpart.ments, obtaining the remission William Day newspaper the annexed rates are to be paid offers ho universal remedy for "the from the use of only one Bottle of your Valuable
.' and Middle Judicial Circuits, the Supreme Court of and forfeitures, for per quarter quarterly Medicine. Yours
pnaties. allegedviolations Wm. J. J. Duncan in advance. These rates only apply where flesh is heir to," ,but simply claims to truly, .
' : the State and tb United States District Court office other ,
of TIMOTHY
:;k post or Jeremiah B. Smith HARRIS.
the is sent from the office of publication to
Di&rict taper discovered a remedy in the vegetable
;r.-. for the Northern of Florida. laws. Eastern Circuit. To E.Poinsett,Esq. "
actual bona fide subscribers. .
Hit time is devoted exclusively to the Legal pro- 4. For securing letters patent for inventions I and dom for a certain kind of disease: .
...j from the United States or from Governments Columbia Geo. S. Herbert Alligator Mandarin,Fla.,Oct.I, 851.
that when he it will
believing
fasion..Office foreig says Dear Sir-Some
; S. Scarborough time
since I
:' in the basement under the "Repnbli- and procuring land pensions ttu was on a visit near
.
r. : office. A. J. T. Wright but speaks what the name.of .that: your place, and was suddenly taken sick.
laws
. can" printing ly may 20 under the of the United very
pension "
States. n.on Lawrence K. Mickler : : purports in the Sethinole dialect! Your Indian Loxeeust was'recommended. ,The

! .i OSCAR HART, 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, AIhu A. M. CastoftSaml Russell NewnansvQle. .. :: ? a D. 1?. .. .. friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle
of it in the house, and I used it
inheritances and
and in the United States ,?
:t.r.; ; ATTORNEY T LAW. and legacies foreign countri6. **.- -- ChM L. Wilgou I .3 ': "u'g .; 3 1 js fl sure in Informing you that it cured takellea-

.. ; Office. upon the Second floor at the Court-house,. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of Duval Felix Livingston Jacksonville Q 'O1SE1 IIDIAI LOXE n : averse to having my name in print but stiff,for
." Forsyth street. Isidore V. (iamb the benefit of those that
be
the States or Territories of the Union, and loan- Cts.Cta.Cts.Cts.Cta.Cts.NotoverSOmiles may afflicted you can
.'. :1. Wzrpractice in the several counties of the ing moneys on mortgage of real estate lying I Geo. H. Smith 2 15 10 5 2Jfc li. 'MOST'CERTAIN AND publish this if you think it necessary. .
4 Eastern Circuit of Florida. and attend to the Uriah Bowden Mandarin Over 60 and not over REMEDY.:FOR THE CURE Yours with respect.SUSANNAH
'. i collection of claims against the United States for therein.For investment of funds in United States Nassau -- -' miles 60 20 105 21 HARTLEY.

r 1.t. Military services and for Horses lost,; or other and State stocks and loans collection of the dividends .. C. C:Bessent Woodstock Mil 3 3 not over 1000 3 CHRONIC Dr,E Poinsett, Jacksonville Fla.-
;"i' property lost destroyed by troops in said service. thereon, and, generally for the transactionof 'f A.J. Braddock* 75 15 7J 34
.. Also, claims for disabled soldiers St John's Gad Humphreys 4 3 Gravelly HID, Oct.201S3L
pensions
Over
." : r all pertaining a law, loan, and I St.Augustie not over 2000
..:_ ke widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. bues t 1 Peter B. Dumas 10 60 20 10 5 .'. ANDDYSEftTrs.V Dear Sir: Your Indian Loxecust is good med

. Also, claims"for bounty land to officers and soldiers All communications agency. postpaid, to I Raphael B.Canova Over 2000,not over 4000 10 4 icine. Some time since I purchased bottle from
, : and the widows and orphans of deceased officers Messrs. Palmer& adc8d.. and Foreign PutnamOrange H. R. Blanchard Patk miles ] 75 60 12J 6Over A M. Reed,Esq.,your agent,and gave it to one

.k". and soldiers. Agency city of will receive U Stanislaus Glnsk 4000 miles 2 2 15 76 Which has been to the of my negroes that bad suffered very much froma
Washington presented
10 9 6 3 ever severe attack of
't Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, prompt and faithful attention. Robert T. I Dysentery. It cured him. Soon
t.
:: ;;.. to examing titles and records, and ascertaining. 1-'ALMEIL&5tETHEN, William Campbel EnterpriseMellonville DIRECTIONS. It stands upon its own merits, and afterwards I had another negro attacked with the

. claims to landa.i Office N,).5 Carroll Place, Capitol Hill.JulyS. Henry A. 1st. Weekly papers only, when sent above puffing. .*lT HAS NOT JAILED TO same disease. I purchased another bottle and it
i.:!. All business ntrusted to him will meet with lawtl. I Eljah'Vatan. 6 stated are to be delivered free the county a wherein IN A 81NCL INSTANCx.I, cured him also.
i' prompt attention; and all instruments of writing Marion M.J.ta fl..j. y pLU.i..3, i" Iea1tl&I I do not hesitate a monfent in recommending
; win be executed by him with neatness and de Bounty Land and General Agency Robert the-mail over 60 miles. .." .w" rH\HI3, 'Valuable'preparation is your Indian Loxeenst to the public, as being the
: spatch. S. E. Helrenstbn Flemmington 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 JL from several meoicmal roots growing most certain remedy for Dysentery that I have

it V 4 Jacksonville. Jan..25. 851.. tf4L Washington, D. C. Jesse M. Willis Ocala inches, a to b charged one quarter square above Wilds of Florida. It is PU ELY and ever used or heard of.' If you see proper,you can
.
T. WALKER will give prompt Southern Circuit. rates. th Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for publish this. Yours truly, -

Joseph S. Baker n. D. attention to the BOUNTY HiHaboro'Ilernando Simon Turman 3d. Pblsber of newspapers -allowed to ex of the above disease. The Inventor and PRICE.
. PRACTITIONER ME&CINE, MIDWIFERY -' .OSEPII of officers and soldiers engaged Martin Cunningham Tamp change postage one are each number etor is fully convinced that it is an Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.

4:4 AND SURGERY. FLRIDA WAR, or in either of the INDIAN Benj. J. Hagler* only; and this privilege extends t newspapers Medicine. 'In fact the test, that he has Jacksonville, Fla., Sept.25,1851. .,
Office on the corner of Market and Forsyth WARS in the U. States have'been engaged, Elias G.Knight Sprig Hill published in Canada. in the town in which he-resides and the Dr E Poinsett-Sir: This is to certify that I ,,
Streets opposite tin'Court House. or the War with Great Britain of 1812-to ftn Malcomb C. Peterson 4th. The weight of newspapers must be taken Ubing success with which it has met, have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhoea ,
," r i JACKSONVILLE FLA. cl..imlon the U.States for MILITARY SERVICE Nathan'l M. Moody or determined when they are in a dry state. him saying that it is a POSITIVE by the use of your most valuable medicine called
't\ SUPPLIES, PENSIONS LOST PROPERTY, & ., and to Ezekiel L. SelphMonroe 6th. Postmasters are hot entitled to receive He has therefore come to the Indian Loxecust after suffering for than 12
Cot. 16, tf.J. : under place it within the reach of all, knowing more
any description of business requiring an Agent or Benjamin Sawyer Key.Wet newspapers free of postage 'their. franking months with that distressing disease. I take plea .
Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land James M. Braoewcll prvicge ny suffer with this very unpleasant and in
: HcRobert Baker Waant his charge will be $5. In other cases n Robt.Clarke in advance does not entitle the' gerous Disease, particularly in the sure to all recommending afflicted.your most valuable medicine

.1.'. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR LAIV charge will be proportioned to the nature and. John Boyle .4 party paying to any deduction from the above Western States.In similarly 1
remain truly,
rs ; JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. difficulty of the case. rates purchasing ioy Indian L yours
Commissioner of Deeds for the following'States will And officio Tax Assessor and Collector. particular and look for iny"written J.JOHNSON.
A to He also act in connection with Agents or e Formerly of J N.C,
the label. Jacksonville
of the Unu-n : Attorneys in Florida, who may be employed in Rates of Postage to be charged upon all transient -

Et Maine, Delaware Georgia, Bounty Land and other claims, on terms which Ntspp.a every other dtsptiOOf Prin looted I refer from the public below to a few _. .,. CUFTOJI FLA., Oct. 6, 1851.DearSi .

4, Vermont, Maryland, Alabama, may be agreed upn. Letters [which should be $1(10,000( SAVED !! published Mattr at intervals an Peria ble citizens of among Jacksonville.many received from ? *. One Bottle of your Loxecwt has completely .
. : Massachusetts Virginia, Mississipp will immediate attention. exceeding .
t paid] no cured one *JOT men of long standing, i
North Carolina Texas. pst and sent from the ,. actual EGBERT POI\ iI
; J'. New York, 5. lawtf. IN PEARL STREET and Fletcher publication to obstinate Diarrb.-?**. iU complete and cer
) ..,'.. Pennsylvania, South Carolina. FIRE New York. Three Stores and their and bona fide subscribers. P. S. Planters should not be without tans efficacy where all other medlcues had failed

.; mar 31-'SOl-tf DOLL.NEU & POTER contents destroyed. Deeds before words able Medicine Eyery family ought to I take pleasure in recommending it as a meet
. .-. a RICH'S SAFES AGAIN NOTE. S f. C. C. onhand. .. : valuable medicine. Yours, to.,
, .:;: B. M. PEARSON Genera merchant ELEVEN SAFES of different makers consumed -For each **. A. M. REED, principal Agent for TE.BUCKMAN.
i ) ATTORNEY AT Ltn7' Street, Corner.fork with their contents! .The Safe' madeby Rich& additional ounce, or a ., To Dr. E. B $. S
fraction .
Up Stair, Hew of
an ounce, 0 0
HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and ; Co.defied tho flames and brought out its
WILL all business entrusted content the ten rille.TESTIMONIALS. Jacksonville Nov. (
attend to beyond 12
promptly of ounce R. R. R. 1851.
will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits without a mark fire upon them I11II. .
to care. Particular attention given to the in this table, an additional R = Mr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir I tab
in i
the Supreme Court of the State, and in thei pleasure
I. Cotton Lumber Timber and Turpentine GILBERT'S LETTER.THE will s S : g '
be S
l. the J. S. District Court for the Northern District ; rat = expressing taywr my approbation of your Indian ,
Florida. Feb. 19, l 52.-tft also to the purchase of goods. TIRE IK W.ETCHER AND PEAR .N. T. charged. : s 2 g SEVEN. CASES CUllED!! Loxieust as a family medicine. I have'used it
I
f81Il {in-Liberal avacement made on consignments. NEW YOBK, 20,1851. C with good success. Yours respectfully

!:A'f: !; HOPKINS & BKAHAM Febr! 1852.-h. 1feRRII. _STEARNS______ and_ MAUVIK.____ _, .De.__n____.tn__ P.RICH .. "" ) J J [Six MIlE CEEEK,Fuu,Dec..9, J. SW A .
.. ., No. 146 Water Street,New York. Mr Poinseti 1
a Cts.. Cts. ,
jkAttorney's at Law, JOSEPH GRIOE, when the fire was consuming of One CLo Ct. Ct. SIR For the benefit Jacksonville, Nov:17.1851. 1i
.. .. OFFICE at PALATKA, E. Fla., SIR my place oz. or undir 2 4 : of the afflicted 1I
", _"' WILL practice in the Eastern CircMt. Business General Commission Merchant Business, No. 216, Pearl Street, I was absent inRensslaer Overloznotover2 01. 2 4 6 8 10' publish the following have had seven Mr.Polnsett-Thla, will inform you that for i
entrusted to their care will be promptly attendedto. 36 WATER ST., NEW YORK. County, testing a new cleaning apparatus 2 S c. 3. ,6 9 U 13 Diarrhea on my plantation this season ; several years 1 have suffered much at different I
19 1852.tC STRICT and attention.given to the sale of in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher, S"'C 44 4 44 4 8 12 16 which have been cured by the use of times from Chronic Diarr a. I have tried your
February : all articles prompt of produce entrusted his care, and did not read the account until I was fearful it 441 44 44 5U. 6 10 2 valuable medicine called Indian Loxeoust. Indian Loxecust and received aa entire relief
Savannah
Republican please publish tf., and and all orders promptly complied t with. was too late to save my books which were placed 5" 4' 6" 6 12 1 2 Yours respectfully, JOHN and have no reason to doubt its being permanent.
,.'.' ." -- end their bill to thiaoffice. in one of your safes, purchased from ATr. .Marvin 6" 7" U 2 3 Believing it to be a duty which 1 0..to the af

.;: apl2t some years alo.; My fears were not allayed whenI 4' 7" 44 8" 8 16 21'2 3 STILL ANOTHER.' flicted 1. present you this certificate, which you

, OSSIANBEART, SAM'L HOYT Co., found it necessary upon my retu to apply the 8. 9" 9 18 2 3 4 Black Creek,Fla., Feb; lit, can use as you think proper. 1 will also say,
ATTORNEY AT LAW Croton Water 40 hours 1 enabled 9"'c 2 3 4 that in conversing with who have .
was to -4 10 10 bear many used your
% ,1.,1 KEY WEST, FLA., i GENERAL t COMMISSION MEIICliMS! commence operations;.After which it required 64 2 3 4 5 SIr-Some ill time indeed since with a member. : medicine, hare not found one who did not re2 ,
. familywuvery ; a I ceive relief..
Practices in the United States and State Courts : hours of labor and application to raise the Salamander DIRECTIONS. .

. of the Southern District of Florida. In-The Buying .And OfEVERY from its &, may judge of my 1. On every transient newspaper, unsealed circular resorted Diseases to but several none of things them usually would afford,given.. I! JOHN C.LEY I
f I Jniylo.tf Sll anxiety during this delay, and my agreeable surprise handhi engraving,pamphlet, lief.' Your Indian Loxecust'- Pastor Methodist Church Jacksonville.
j [(IIr DESCRIPTION AGRICUL upon opening the safe in the presence of a ,and every.other perdca: was
bok II
magazne several I
TURAL IMPLEMENTS number of gentlemen to find and the above rates by personf' made up my mind .Jacksonville Dee.4th 1851; I
r :. JAHES n. BAKER, my book pa printed mat in all cases and am T did so, as one Bottle If
Dr.
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E.
and legible to Poinsett-Dear Sir Three ''or.
'It. ; MACHINERY.. prslve a a they previou to prepaid according the Weight.. a cure. You will please this parts r
ATTORNEY AT LAW, publish Bottle of
.. intense heat to which was 2. \l henever any printed matter on which the your most valuable medicine called In f
: ALSO, valuable Medicine
;:c : Alligator, Columbia Co. East Florida.H. be from the a ought to be dian Lout has
4. Mill ,ubJeted conjectured condition postage required to be prepaid; shall through the entirely relieved me of a severe
, Georgia and French Burr Stones opus, public. Spread it far and near in .
; ; ; safe, [not a Salamander] of which anion the inattention of Postmasters; or otherwise be attack of Diarrhoea. I ,cheerfully recommendyour f,

; t.. I' '. WHIT: SMITH. kind Colagen of produce, Cullin and North Bolting And South Cloths. 41.every paid skeleton frame only remane and not a sent without prepymcn t.the same shall be charged the afflicted may: find relief.ELIJAH YourS B;&e. medicine"to'those similarly dieted.t .- [
ad CAU of A book. They with double rates. With
companions ia the respect
A -
!::: OIUlE.YSAT.L.1W. for WooL Hides, Deer Skins and Shipping Furs. To Dr E Poinsett. 10ars&c.\v
office, on the second from which they. 3. Bound books and parcels of printed matter THAD. q. 5.
" ,? < Alligator,' Columbia Co., East Flondtl.0 SAM'L HOYT. HAMPTON, L. ]3ILBO.References 1 ,
4. -.- upon cr of earthern ware in the cellar, the noweighing over ;ounces, 'sha be deemed -JACMCWVIU.IE.. .. .F August 15th.; !
upon the Salamander. If their,posi matter. '
lt: : 8OSTON&.GUNBY' : red. been reversed,, not even the skeleton mble. published- Intervals,not exceed 'Dear Sir This will inform'yon .t'one For the A lcted., z ,f

i j1.d.%. 'COTTON FACTORS Jlm. ANDERSON & Co., "Uun BRANT- would have remained. 'M, loss over the ins. lug three months, and sent from the office of of your medicine, called INDIAN 011GB SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes !
':lVc III AND & P.XES, SWUT & ance i$1,900, yet the salvation of my lication t actual and bona fide .subscribers pub. permanently cured two of.my negroes of C fortheAshthmatleandConsaiBptlcjHepatloPHIs f fi
". r GENERAL COBlMtSSlOJT MERClfAT8. Co., Savnab Ga WM. & Co., lour .Salamander.with the representatives of toT>e charged with one the. attack of Dysentery' I consider it an ,derangements of the Liver, Spleen i
li\ '- Corner.Ba\ 'arid. Jefferson Streets New NO MASON&Co., Bos- 1100.0 and important documents which in the last above table,' ha rat:0inUDe medicine for this complaint,"and take Jtov?Tonic Pills and Bitters,tat the Dyspeptic;

I \ ,SA\tNNARUA. &n. M. F. B. LOOMIS, Esq.;. New London, ,"a fully compensated ml cu: 'r'.postage thereon muslin all cases be required.quar- sure in noomuMadiag it to the public." Antalgkj Pill&Ointments,and Tinctures for the

! .r $. JOB J""BOSTON.: JOHN H. CUNBr.I. MCCJBS. ESQ.,-Wilmington, Del.Savannah It will afford me great pleaau to.ehibi' the Periodicals published at intervals of more than "a :Respectfull1701l1.. reliefer Nepantio, Utarine,Rheumatic and gouty .

r. ,.. October SO, 185Lt tf. :gt..2.UI. ept. 4t new safe purchased you,ad it merit three months are charged with the full rate which : : ,8.:D"F' pains;nftetme.Pilte and'Mixture*,for arresting -
" .'r -I -- at my present office;No.21 Pearl must be prepaid. I l'TV ToMr.E.Ponsett.j"THEREIS S speedily, (alto, tuto jecunde,) neucpus and
f
. 'I .. ';'E.. \ V :B100RE, & CO. ,,. Sea'llald Cotton Gins. shall rem the building. No. 216 1 NoTE.--ln case there Is on or in any" new.Paper, NO.FAIL JN 'l other dteohargw from the urinary1 organs Styp.
!: Y periodical, pamphlet, tic,'for uterine and other
: I ; G E N E R A LOOBOQSSION TIE tk. this'opportunity ou resctub or other:printed matter or Haunorrhagesr'Antihydroplcal -
.: {. mERCHANTS AND. inform the Long Staple Cot I8EJtT. paper connected therewith any manuscript St.: John's i Beach. ,Fla-,.Feb Cth, Ointments, Powdem and Potions, for re
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t ...'. ', tops that he still continues the manufacture The undersigned f Invite"country merchants and any kind by which information shall be asked for -Dear8ir-1hy1ngused' "moit' ducing dropsical swellings Cardiaeal Pills,,for !
( ; .f\ ..-1"' FACTORS, latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS,oCbe others interested lathe preservation of their books or communicated In writing,or by marks or sigu"* Medicine'called; ndinn. Lexecust your with" diseases the heart and purification of tuft bkodi
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: .' (Smetts new Warehouse,) ble andsingle, at his usual rates and Is t from fire,[bat particularly those having Rich's the said newspaper, periodical,'pamphlet,'or,othet *success in my family, feet it a dujy I owe I Alterative Pills for.the renovation of the constitution -
;hi" 239Bay.&reet. .' SavanntzhGa.! fill all orders at the shortest notice. *r safes i u to call at the depot 146 Water street; printed matter becomes subject to!letter posta/re; and the public inform you that myself ; ; AnUdywmterto"Pfflsefoj"dyentery and
1 For the reputation-of the Gins,apply to the fol New to.see the interior of Mr. >Gilbert's and it is the duty of the .1'ostmaster., to remove children hare been'cured of a severe*,D1 dirrho5iM gi tietaresani Embrocations far
...; .E. M. Moovc,'' 'N.M.. HIHIS*,. lowing A, lent or to those who have..them, I u safe with the-booki.undisturbed; which he has the wrappers and envelopes from all'printed matter with it,when nothing else Would give us the speedy relief of nervous affections' especially.
:i'U :&. .. tf. AGENTS." .. kindly permitted t: for the satisfactionand and pamphlets not.oharged with letter postage, Publish this if you please/Yours re those Of females; DiaMectaat and Proeo
remn ,,
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q" & Aeosta for the purposeS of ., Washes, (the former
1 .. ; Vfflalonga CentervHlmge}Ga' gratification :, ucortAining'whethert.there,it 1. : "" CHAS- see resguinsstnetjand-
11 ; LOUD fe CO.lIenJaaau Capt. B. R.8ythewoo Beaufort,. "'03-Orders for Busglar pbUo Vaults, and Vault upon or connected with any such printed.matter .Tor. Polnsctt.. .-. J tie latter neutralises. by chemical: process,say
;. t Factors' and CoinoatMlon BU'& Chalesten, S. C. '. Doors, faithfully ezecut, .' or in such package, any-.matter or thing which contagious vicus with which. one mar eaanee toeXKnaln .
';: J :" 8AVAVVAU,, GEORGIA. feHarris, Ol E. Florida!."J pmpU STEARNS fc MARVIN, would authorise; require the charge of a higher "fiilACDOav'}&. 6th, contact;Cob S1n1 ,& ebSdreaj Disweutunts

1\!! No.IIS, BayStreet.C -- -.. Fernandez, Co., JacksonvQiKSrf; ] Successors to Rich Co.', rate ofpostage'thereon.N.. ..H. HALL J 'This is to- certify It'Is witbTmoca pleasure :;for' :swellings, {.Creekles Iw.., ,
F.; t. l dTeD K. R;DukesaintkaJF.- -- 146 Watr.tret and corner Avenue A and.St. I -"w : ;PostmasterGeneralf announce to the Public that I have been Salve, for sores; Unguent*..foTiUhv.scaldbeaoV
Strict attention will be to the sale of Cotton .&ROyt&Co.S&vaD&hQ.. .? J Marks ; : :PosrOmot PET Amour,-Jnne,14, 1851" ally cured of the distressing complaint burns&0.;Collyrla,for sore eye;Dentiefloei and;

;or otbsrpeo4aces.n4'jbepj advances' made' S. LNlbJ a Co., A.torE. F.- .Owners of the exclusive right of Rich's jatent -. enter!, bj the highlx"recommende4 Colll1.toriel.tw. teeta and gums and.variousother'reueajes

f'4e11recl.1 ; &la..Eabetw .-,,Lnd8 for the whole of the United States/and the only :: -i-: .:, 1 Notice. 4Sf- _' Mr.'E.'Poinsett.''-i had reaorted to many are mannfaotured-to.order e.r
,' : 'JOHNW.C.LOUD. P. H.LOUD. I County,Ga. makers of Salamander : chemical .
safes combining both-pat? TO.THE OFFICERS but of no Ta1li I was'Induced' to try : and pathological principles uaivenau>
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.:: Jan.22.1852. ly.Watcbmaker'. .ALSO, eats,commonly called RIC'U&e'or Wirj>x'sj : AND SOLDIERS palatable and pleasant'Medicine; and to recognised by the profession, and generally kp;

: j >r : EXTRA Bxs.AND BIU7J ca a' g'had'of lh. 8e"it r .. :.Of' ,TOESEVERAL: WARS SlffCfi: satisfaction,-completely: cured within on hafld at the BrIck Office of J9%,.BiKF.B:
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qD.oAr" ;" subscriber, oet rte.. 1-4-soni wanting : ,.eb. ,'I8- \ : THE REVOLUTION:, ;::: .: days.and have not been troubled;since 1ri opposite the Court House. :

: f and'-Jeweller. Gins,'o Gins' r t to"Agents, i i \ *recentAct olf Congress, officers and olJU so. much'dreade4 disease.. ' PRICE pet botUe, phial bOX44.WttAdXfe., ; t
d'pu '
' -*'*'' JACKSONVILLE ;FLA. ', orto ; L.:BURNS; 'I -oJiIEJ2llO1Jsi diers (who han-not received) 'are-.entitled 'I'am happy to say other1 Immediate tines for their use, $I,00 :. ..
'SKMary'sGeorgi' .. WBOUNTY-LAND, foraerriOM of welaonth come under.m,.own'observation 'within PRESCRIPTIONS; in/extenso, r wiUi ms4l..:
p f tWo1d'iespe tfufly Inform' the public that ,,'Jnnd8.I85t. : ..'Iaw6in. THE or more) the widows,and minor children of those days.-'rl cheerfully add my:mite to,the clnes".00 in hand,and from $5 to $ ,accordIng .
: b bat taken the top On Bay street,forxpeoy 'SUBSCRIBER .deceased, are aLso entitled., The Subscriber will great monnt of testimony with,regard' to contract and the nature of the easo, when
occupied by WUiam! Grothe, where be li .JOHN:A. .UIAYER, DRUGGIST. D. having ; ._< -_ undertake,-:at 180 r moderate'? compensation; the VJ ab O Mediclney ':'lamem..fun., & ; the cure is completed; or,ia incurable eases when'
prepared to execute all work entrusted to hU.c No.4nug.:; ft.'street, Savannah,C" the ahoT House,would mpwuauy u- claims of those interested.. HAYing been employ -1 "- the relief promised is afforded.',' Special contract;
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I witbdespatchMdinworkinanhiksmanner. ."- Holt pstrouag.ofth. public ''be ed In nubile office for;. era17eanib.ia !K .Ei:' b.tt, '. '-1' made la chronic eases,'whu deaIrN ,_ ,_ ..
, .. -w YER :sale every:at. b h are at thi time some five to.i rooms anoc in tuck matters will enable1 him to':aorcjjreat experience t .. "t Orden from*Aistanoewita: moo/enclosed
.O o.bl.besides- the samewith JAcxoNvZU.MaZ 2 will neet'w1th .
savers
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ar p1. Ho' fadilitie to Ullta for LANDAND promptsttentlon.t 1
.fEN. ,..
LanjM.CawphlM } ',
4IT.T1TWG OLD n
OFF SpiU and Itf.
..STOCX'mE Gu ) f Wit.hlDe bud '11ard of the Post 810NS&ndl\ve" them*.groa$ deal-of:trouble .Dear Sir ,1 consider to .be'matter- t }acbofli1lO.Dee. 12,1851. -"
Invite the .L4t..W t.a.cq Agent: aDd' expense., W ere .hi ottalns to inform ,- ,
p1r .: far Gen "',four hone nothing O you that I had bees 1aboriD5 f ij i p j '' LJ. .
and horse charge ,
W1l1ad. All
supply of. Coat UtUri
.r 'el Unts tw c o"jIIJ4JrW reeein very.violent attack ofpiarrh e
lth'lrre..lfIA Mail both
'4Ct1 OU$ .. AflTI. "if --p Spb w fai Hack .erw.k' prompt attention and the necessary forma.aJ1.d skill of't1rQ Physicians and rendered' trtrii IPtl k : l&Ckr.Bn'' .I ,
V110N.f t'For farther .
j .h 1t1aul&rs apply is .
ntu't ,
&.., ing off at I. w :. 'or. to do 'BatrortunatAl1. .
graM 8.1 Spirit freA -r. any work. I '
'nlt.f-
w / muu&&&: ; scki9YW.ztepvdU0n? and New.. '" N/- ; O I and other colorsi .
'a.: & BOULTFCo. an4.f; < lath t + :4 ** av'1'ENNE'tT, n .t. give np. all hone of ever obtalnrng relief I '

; Hl6U Ball., I Northern a mt forc,4er approved otdii.. Palatk*, IUU8 j. 'JASB.ASIEW, Ostob.rj63eur 0 '- I ; W.'r"; .-. I of jeur'INDUlfWXECfJST;": 4 'f. .)'.'t. T : XZ UT1D '-!

:.; &t' .of Ire Bottles t4i entirely rsitoredme to THIS OffICE,

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