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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 15, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A. JILG31ZT. general.knowledge- appreciation!, Itjsilmost .the Committee. jA..ngetneoJ.for.&he.ld. resoiutidn wheri :'defeated, he rallied ibis I .<. .-tt't: Uear7aT7.'r f )Tickitee' S., ctierfufiiaje'stA j gentleisiad'clrhT.'heart'abis

half! century since he passed throughChillicotbethenthe 'neraJ..l)The Senate then adjourne4.I. .. : | broken bandaroand him and from big eagle -.. ".tl,uPtraco 'Mr-jCtiT. ;-.took"l piace.g-," t -! : : hope e ed'n

i, aT ...%..! _; ; !IITCHKtt.t ; seat of 'Government 1 ,'> 5--.T.: .: _,I... J eyediQtlJ>rjg,their ,ranks the eontajnooof, b n) tY tharsday.l st,'! 'The,. pub HetyeDi-p: rtpanftt' tof' Ills
)hio \vhere I < .1- his '
', was'amemberofthe LegisTanre ,loro OJ' BUJlESJ:51'AttnS.I owii cours ,. Destined, or;& leader 11, 1 lic. uildihgs and private residences were* agreat e ge'To tio memort'ofJb'e
'rie fretted TMlt of H.'I ezpuuShtoes ,.on:his way Jo take .his.place in :thisrery 4 I "_' e4rywhere.; &Nerted"h. jI 'J, 'Iiis mnjc.with-badges of moarnins.f bells'were ius1et-or \God;be 'apPeals" .*' thi,' jj-
After'prayerjijj'ReT.iC.. M; Butler ues'ol. '
: most wpremtly trijlit, body which is this ,..andj I..J an& eft trQnlir af'h DLle''Iad'pe czhl'Christian who
now listening to re- the of It 1 ne.cam -at.ton t.t: ollfdrminntepin3 fifed,,and flags.flevs ; ,
AM.hOWl ber placid&ef ., 'I ainiscence and to a feeble tributevof.retard. lotions reading;the yesterday'ijoumalthe Senate;in relation to HtitaTCLAT'S resqi :.1n mea of .aUTank*aDd professions? but u1f-mast.. .Secular I busines was suspended,' weived i bim with 'the:'affection:of:,;faih; t,

an the ho U of Sight from' oie' who :then saw hini' for'the first b.- rleltilhatjbe; waaiiftbejiresenef.ofWnor.to lad"every.mark of respect paid:'to'the Great ind joifted'4witb'biiniu: 'solemn'sacrame'ntind
: to wander forth; ime, but who* can.. the' death were;received?and;read,-wlj&: anaii Dead. prayer;frith t$ e''gentleness bf. 'woiua'nuid
Thi Ii the hour never forget impres- Mr.Breckenridse said I.rise selt; Ma thesitrn' Att.an Dearly; 'hour.;Pennsylvaniaivenutwaa ] a
: : >pc/o
.a.apuuponth.i&y, ion he ptoduted by the charms.of his:ton- f >jk bliss L The people-atlihe; 'BaW the Se.nateevery 'crowded"with. ;persona: of bothxes. th.e'haainity.ipf-a.ehild. OutOfthetroigearnjwietiesi

t And. white we watcb its myrid. .iUr ersaiion, the frankness of his manner and ,House metancholy'daty: the death of tj HENiir of/anhoancing CLAT,'a Senator tojtnis;: .where.within"the'Tirct!lf his and of all conditions, e petiaIlJ.inth : ; .*, :* Hpw r.-tb.

Bid our-'eree pusiou fy- be'high Qualities with which he was en ,im I Congress :froint the- Commonwealth."Of persoaal 'presenee- he;::assumed a t t5prcmi.neie riemitv',of the. f:National Hotel,, where'thecoqisi'ay mug stat brote.and the:beaatifulroa !?'' .

\. ITo dowed.' $inceihen-bebas'.belonged to his ,:But LJQp of.Mr, : 'The:posszssion; Jut> theforethitjjsembInj; does trjnenerible
Lift up our hearts,in Kentacky. Mr,.CtAt expired at -hislQd-- Y. Clay, J moved at a few P
And baa taken and ;[ ; pantyJeaderwasiot J his minutes before imaffe of;:the departed'atateamaj i -e
Him who ralea them all, co"otry a part, a prbraient in this nlynor bighest twelve cfctoct. the direction. *
.both in and in all thereat ings, city, yesterday a quarter past titlt9 renQwQ-tha.t i Qleio of the his..day distinctly5 .for:more* tn'bousand 1
Capitol
whom special providence, > part peace rwar, bC found 111 3 ;
Without o'clock : '
AJln' .hisj
( questions affecting her.interest and her 11,1r; Jri' |hV476th yta the pniCly patriotic' ptrit hch?onv. great ;Tbemmitteitssers. ', ofarran meatiwere .tnnest East,' West 'North?."-and
cannot fall! / His'noble' intellect unclouded : '
.A sparrow i age was .to, Sooth, known and remembtrrf
biuaor.:and though it :has .been, my fortune occasions always- jjignalixed his conduct.1 HUfftuAWSCUC.J xuoUowa. it4u fthataJ
\
Qu hand dir cU the firmament lien to differ from him, yet I believe he was ,the last. After protracted suflringhep We bare had.no,statesman"who in times of Coon 1; Baio'AdSraT; Pall-bearen; his'place and'hodr' I'tion'iBe.iei1o'A& } ie i.? S
The night and gloriou day- ed,.away without pain and:jeo'.(quietly tdid real honor 'to'hrciHfhosl
is pure a patriot as"evet participatedio: the! the }niinet..pub1ic; peril l .buubibited amore Messrs.CA.ss MABQUX; DODGE of'AVisconiin -
And scattm genu throughout"the iky councils of a nation-aoxions.for the'public'od spirit teayefthe not frame observed, th3.t'tCrnOZflCnt6f4eparturwas ; the'friend ((5 nuinec and enlarged "patriotism'than PjLATr,ATCHisoHand. Bsu1 The coainittee lame is'ovr aati6n'iheritagtiOn'iiniig1tjbeitftbrob ": +* VIW.

To form the Milky Way. attain .iL4uriKfl thekisajtuJca by UxsayCuyWheneer 1 ... to the ; InthWitol ant
> andseeking to (JutstlonT accompany corpse Kentncky .
WbeB Hepu ahuU the HI of Day.. .. of long .1Id"eJ\tf1rIlih::1h | l whowatebe&t, bis bedide Thaiastbou d'1'tseI actually threateninff the exist MuL-VNnt&wooD; .oJJ.t."Jor,Tennesse, ftcl'b! -through yot.mners'dfoop .,.'IaiU,, ei,
heered the e 01 att d'en'ate '
lie hidi the planets roll he exercised a powerful influence within,, the were by presen cues...the Uuion.Mr/.CLAT, rising.aboye CisFisn HOUsTON; and HTO rrOIt."J'. .bell'toll,,cinnons boom.la.

And Iftninate this murky ball, action the whole' son. He died surrounded by friends Who, he'passions.of the hour The "coffin ,of' IJeialfdraptriea"waYe.-, crowded strettiind .
phere of bis -through. ) [ his illness had done all that always exerted his ;was cast; Iron beautifully '
Indus to the Pole! feel and know and"e daring long af-j to solve it araeDteJ. The.. on'surrounding wharres apoix'sjleiTf. -
From x>Ilntr}?, indeed-we all ; !fection could' to'soothe his powers peacefully and honorably inside. was lined with *
I He bids old Ocean's wares "Be rtlH r.And know, too the eminent endowm l,1 this'suggest sad'event has been suffennjrs.! Attbougb'lMre'IJabJe'tban most men,'from white'patin;'wadded and qulIteJ. Theoater' boats and upon iirs.-i itrflelJi and In workjbopj ?

mighty there run; which gave him this high distinction:;frank for Although' It expected isimpttnous, ardent nature to feel strongly part waS covered with black broad 'cloth! ,"of -io ,homes 'In schools "milhpnV'ofneu .
months the shock has '
their heads and fearless in the of. his many produced efassions monto all it he: finest texture ncatiy drape'and trim womed and children have therrbIgh'fixed &
Commands the mountains rear. expression opin.- rand innumerable tributes ;C9"I ua was ,his ; ,
jibe pfrespectihis ,
To hall the rising sun I ions ajul.in performance of his .duties,' rare la.cu.t1..1o.'be able to subdue them ina ned.with a heavy .lriD e., Tbreesoid..it-! i irer Upon this'scene' and say m oi 1lt o
exhibited side
Held In the hollow ofHis bind with rare powerof eloquence which never : mempry ,on every ,. d.tD. eat,crisis,'.and to hold toward all;>sections 'bandies were on each side 4 -while on the ausbfotherfThis jlbe I -hour i F SirbfelVflhe
of
The seas obey his nice, railed to fivit the attention of his,"uditory. 'every sorrow form and, the prove the depth of the' the public loss. 0'f the'confederacy the language of 'concord top were three silver plate, one at the headcoenng Capitol'Hi1, the natkm's ReprisentativesJIre .
public T
ind which commanded .admiration greatness, and brotherly ve.JSir! it.will.be the glass\ being ornamented with a burying tJtiTr: 'Buryhig"UcitCLA.1' ; )
While an the hosts of earth and air always :Iraperishably.:.associated as.his1 name has! a proud Bury.the iecords
even where they did not conviction I' pleasure to every true AmericaA heart to r- wreath of-J laurel, in the centre of whichwa : ofyou'rcqeittrye
In,thankfulness rejoice! in decision .and .firm carry in 'action and beeiJorfihiy,year..with.ev great event member tb great occasions when"Mr. ciA sprig of oak containing two atOm"The history I'' Bury the:hearts*of living onllions]
Oh,what a scene is h ere displayed prompt |raficting the fortunes ,of our .country it.is Bury the'moanultlSt' the rivers : tbebke
,
,
with a rigorous intellect trained in the contests .l las'J.dI5pl1yed.'i sublime pitriotism.wh'the'.11 : n centre or name plate,bore simply,the. name
: To eontemplatire man! difficult! .to rea.hze.tba.t! he has'indeed gorJelfor of HEX&T and the spreading lands from sea to sea with I
CUT and
of, a_ stirring life, and strengthened, .bynlarged temperengendered by the times, and otherwise was.perfectly
Yet win he, in the face of day, ever-itis difficult to feel that we shall : which his name is iitsr parable assbciatfiF.
and the miserable jealousies of the. plain' 'excepting"around the' edge,
> .
experience observation,joined day, seemed
his noble form within these and then "'wouU*
GOD'S attributes fain scan; see no more even yod not bary lluiyCLiY.for'he
to have been driven from his bosom Munich had a wreath ofoakwithaonicn.
witha.l to an ardent love of country and to \ by the '
And in his bold impiety, I walls t that,we shailbearno. more.his patri'otic in'other': lands'afid'speats
of ittacbed the itself
great. otjurpo5e. These .w re the ex'puJrive"po\Yer :the nobler 'feeliugs < acorn having falIeaanJ;
purity
Hit knowledge dare advance, elements of" his power and success' ;and we ,, tones-now arousing his countrymen tovindicate vhen every throb of his heart was given;to epot ng' that* the spirit had i departed t At in I.'otberanti tongues,'and"to:'other times?tha I

When Nature show. him,every where well I upon them with mournful gratificationlow their xighs'against[ 'a 'foreign'foe; his whoT country-. very effort;of his.intellect the foot was another plate nearly u d,upon i I Agteatmihdagreat heart,1 gnat
-now imploring them to concord )rator, great career, bare-been' consiroedo
Man' iaEtgni&cance. when we shall soonfollow him,to the preserve dedicated to her service Who which was engraved a rose'with the stem
cold and silent tomb where we shall .cony'' ,among; themselves. We shall'see,him'nomore. not remember the :three periodswhenthe ind leaves-protruding. from one of the ; .history; She will record bJsrate:gifts"of

Pause here-and view thilJand.scape o'er : mit earth to earth, -ashes to ashes'dost to .j Thememory. the. fruits. of:his American system. of government_ was'ts4< leaves was seen:a worm.that-bald gnawed leep insight, keen discrur.inatjooelear staie.direetikud.j i
services alone remain Amid the : uenlv rapid limagtnation"plain ;
Bow wondrns behold I Just-but with the blessed conviction of the us. gene' osed'td its- severe trials?-and who does the flower from the stem, and it bung read -
ral gloom;the 'Capitol itself looks desolate, know that when to drop. Fit emblem of the too'sad fate'ofthe cJnvtncing logic. She will love.w dwell oa
The liver's breast 0eems liquid fire ruth.of that divine revelation which teaches ot. History shall relate,the that, '
f as 'the genius-of.the'pl ee had departed,. that L.odyof Hisar CLAT.. Tbe'ootet box largeerierousj 'magnanuDOUsopeiforgiving l.
that the struggles preceded ends" the danger :
: Itsw&ceellkemolengoI& is there is life and hope beyond 3 heart She,will lin tt with fond
the reached almost
.. narrow house where we shall lea\ehinr; :Already intelligence which .were' arrested b. the Missouri Com- was solid mahogany, lined with 'black delight on the recorded .or traditioMl..tdrietI

:. E'en while we sit upon the bank alone to the mercy of .his God and of ours! [,people everyquanter.of. the; Republic, the and death a great of (promise, the Tariff Com promise of 1832,'and Vetvt. ., and perfectly .plain, P ?. an eloquence that. was sot: masterfal and
mourn with .us, to-day, Funeral Car
bf The was covered with black .
the 1850 the'
fie has the reach ot huma Adjustment Nine wil
Of this sweet fiver'llbore, passed beyond ] their illustrious'citizen pages stirring, 'use it was :hat himself; stru .
most
ympathizjn'deeply *
sloth! with broad silver lace around the
of'his record Jhe genius, the eloquence and the ,
God of Nature by- praise or censure; but the judgment patniotL5nof forth words ,because
gtin to 'on' loving
The passes as we do,with his family and friehflsj; porti., serving as a cornice and below come ;
HEHaTrC/uiilNpr upper ; '
itthci
Be silent and adore! iontemporar'es has preceded and pronounced ,' affliction is absosj d in the / ; was ,:though the words vere' srrpR I and
,
general of CLAT behind nearly reaching to:the ground were
the judgment of history, and his name and] nature Mr. to lay until mea ; ,beautiful and melodious felt'that behind i
was
;
sorrow-for 'the spectacle of .a whole. .
of festoons, and rich silk tassels at the loops.
his and iures adjustment'were matured, and thencome .
Fame lustre
: will shed country, them there braver
upon
soul ,
was
a stronger)
of
Joss
community; lamenting the a ..grea'ma.n
DBA.TU OF SESA.TOR CLAY. this base was a strutnre.thc"
will be proudly cherished in the hearts of forward to swell'a majority. 00'tbt Upon quadrangular' "beautiful and more melodions than Ian.guagJ .
is far manifesation
That "Death loves-a shining mark"never wa; his countrymen for long ages to.come-.ns of more touching; than In any of : cor.trary, like a bold and real statesman be highest point 'six feet from th; could.express. ,Sbewill, point tp'a
private grief. speaking a this rested the'coftin..) It>
ground on wa*
( -
the first ;
was ever among to meet the. rind
will be cherished .
hey an4 freshly remem of which bas: toa
career statesmanship re-
loss which is national I will
in not tolescribe
more strikingly exemplified than the bered when 'these marble columns that sur attempt hazard his fame.upon the remedy,. Iis likewise coated with black cloth, studded] marfcable'extent stamped itselVonthe public -

demise cf the illustrious statesman, the pure round ns-so often the witnesses of his'triulTiphe which the, universal burst of grief .with fresh in the 'memory ot Os' all that,'whenhe with silver stars and bordered with lace oP policy of the "conntry'and "reacbedViabeneficial

but in few brief bou 'wbel1 his Kentucky will receive the tidings fury sectional. discord lately threaten the same material.The top, was spannedby
patriot and the great American Senator a the' would be vain practical::results, trie fieUs! the
attempt to depicithgloom ; bow-like frame the outer 'edges'of
whose departure for the spirit land is the mortal frame, despoiled of the immortal'spirit which 'will'come. over the people ed to :sever,the Confederaeyv-Mr CLA.Thoojb which a covered wtta, ilver lace and attached looms'tbcommema.1 mart ,'and'the qaWt
the last withdrawn from public life and jarete '
dome
shall under this for
rest op homes bf alt tbe'Iand'where his
occasion of universal and mourning. when they know that the pillar of fire'is re- : festoons intertwined.black and name jras
sorrow were
::
; the burden of back .
r pressed by
his defeat came
of ,
time-to become the witnesses 'years with,'the departed :father,'and' is. vitbtb*
moved which
HCKKT CUT is dead! The announce in that final contest where the mightiest:fall has guided their footstepsfor o'the Senate the.theatre of bis. glory, and while'silk.. Thus,the trimmings afforded a livingchildznanwilI.hewitlFsuccessiVe'eneraiions
/ the life of generation. It is known to the bright relief to the''otherwise'sombre mass
; : ment of this sat event cannot fail to produce before the great destroyer-when these mart that, from ihememorable.session'oi devoted the remnant of his strength to.the the an honored .household word. 'I
xuntry canopy'
was atarge'gitieagle
ble; columns shall 'themselves have fallen sacied duty bf preserving the Hnion of the Surmounting the bf this
: feet
t an almost startling effect. The proudest' J 1849-50; Mr..CLAY'S health gradually'dej enveloped with crape.' 'Tin as a mans grandeac caretrmbut
'like all the works of man, leaving their broken States. With characteristic courage, 'btookthe as an immortal with this broken wreckof
of the and has been lined. Though several, of his Senaorial > drawn six while horses each
by
uament age country ': fragments to tell the story of forme years l lead 1o proposing scheme of settlement 'car was ,pi mortality jbefprerme- with'JceRe" as'the

I ; withdrawn from mortal sight for ever. ,Mr. magnificence amid the very ruins that an> : .term lathe remained, be didnot propose.contanue thari, ; .bat, though.willing to assume.the wbith.w. attended" by a'grobm'' ", .i ia'" .while" ; 'end of alt iuntur glorv rtfeel tbatvno'career

.National desolation. often public service longer responsibility of proposing a plan of,settlementj' liver)': /:1 -, 'l :'who
CUT breathed his last at the Capital nounce decay and I was the session. He' is truly great-bat; t bf him ,

on the morning of the 29th ult., id the with him during his last illness, when the ion present chiefly defend, if' -came should to be Washing n ces'. he,did i )hot, .with'petty.ambition, ihsis the Immediately Kentucky succeeding'delgeation to.insCongresrand the corpse were! whiter:he be illsstridns. orotaeeure lives

; world and the things of the world were fast upon adoption to theexclustoirofotherdesbun : to the future in .thereeent'am&as
( linking
of The honors sarj', the Measures of Adjustment to the .
-
seventy-sixth his.ge. others asmourner5. rbenloljowed mem'beru.of '
year fading away before him-he knew that the ,-takingbis-owo'as a starting : himself-to,the spiritual world,'draws-from

:: due to the memory of the deceased have silver cord was almost I loosened and'tha adoption but,the.uteo/of;.which his ie health so largely did not,contributed.allo.ftl j point for discussion:and:: practical actiotv e .th4J.Senate,and."bf"thezr House yf"naytx..RepresenarIvega Ye-' God ta*life;thIuWthdtiOiiaafdthe

been rendered with grave solemnity by'theAme the golden bowl was breaking at the fountain to participate in" the'discussiocs: of the Se iio'bIy1aboredwi1fl fits competitors to change officers appropriately designated reward of all his labor. So would that great

in State Legislatures, but he was resigned to the will of-Pro the winter he confin and improve itiniuchforrn as to make i ian spirit 'wb ch has departed'say to us'biisolema -
can Congress nate. During ; was Major Gen. SCOTT, in full suit of black, in '
acceptable,
: and in and hamlet vidence feeling thatHe who gave has the almost, wholly to his room. with,.slighl jusfment.rughouUbe. with Commodore MoRBis,1.a1d admonition, when I ray that statesmanship -
town
nearly every city, arduous struggle" the 'love of ,country.'ex company : :,; :
time is then when it
in His ts
right to takeaway own good only glorious hristia.
changes,in his ,condition, but gradually Josing other officers' the of the"army,!
: the of selfishness and : navy and ]
throughout tbe length and breadth of tblandmany pelled spirit Mr. CUT
\ and manner. After his duty to his Creatoi arid that man is only then 'arid true
t I Ii .the remnant of his strength Throughthe i in tanifbrm. j I
'j
i ; of the proceedings of which and his anxiety for his family,'his first care ,Iorig. nd,.dreary'winter, he" conversedmuch IlI'0ved[ for the third time, that although he The Mayor and 'Members of'the City, to his dutyjmd bis soul;when the life which
was ambitious, andloved be had. I"
glory,
for his and his first wish.folhe nc be lives ift the'flesit embraces the life"of
may be found in our columns to-day. j was country cheerfully'with i hIS fnendsanJtook Sonusil, together with twenty-four citizensf
; 1 and of the unholy ambition to, mount to fame on. th< faith in y the 'Son'of ;God ;'Great indeed is
preservation perpetuation interest in affairs. Whil *
: The mental faculties of Mr. Cz.tywere great public } Baltimore appointed at a publie'meeting
confusion of his and this vie
country- con
and the Union dear.to him the:privilege ami most'honorable and uxefnl
\ Constitution as .
be did not expect a restoration toT:health lie ,visit VVashin'tou on the rnouruful occa.
the and his lion Is the hearts of the /I a
unimpaired to last dying moments lodged people. & tCe-
m the hour of 'death as they bad ever been .cherished the hope that the'mild season.0 : lion/in behalf 01 that; city and join 'in:hon is the.career of a Christian American I'
: were calm and serene :i in-'the Vigor of life-of that Constitution arid spring would bring'him. strength enoughreturn tc. ;Breckenridge, after further eulogizing the :' ; !: man ;He 'perceives that'civil liberty tame
ring obsequies.
I whose defence in the last and Mr..CLAT, said,'he.never,faltered in a.tlonble ''from the'freedom' wherewith Christ'made '
Union greatjest
; M : to he in th
Ashland/that 'die jTne and Councils
might
His thoughU and feelings did not die, Mayor City respectively
; .al sense-the country was never in.doub .its earliest 'and'defe'nders'freer He .
crisis of their bad called forth
I Nor leave him when gray hairs were.nigh, "- peril bosom of.his family. But, alas! spring \o bis his in all 'th- }f Washington, Georgetown, and,AlexanJria martyrs 1'
1 A melancholy slave ; his energies, and had stimulated those.memorable as opinions or. purposes, [recognizes it as one of the twelve mann : of
that life all officers
brings .to Nature, brougbtlife ox witb'corporation : ,_
i Bnt, an old age, serene and bright, and powerful efforts, which he who .him.; month ol contests of his timebis'position on great t -The closed with line ofcitizens'including .fruits on the.tree of lif?with which its lower
nor hope to After the procession a long
And lovely as a Lapland night, ,1 witnessed can never forget, 'and which 'OD public questions was,as clear' as the sun In [branches furnish the.best nutriment earth ; I .
** Marchhid Vital and .Government officers
Has led him the rapidly wasted many
to
powers ,
; grave. the
oubt hastened the. final catastrophe which. clpndiky.SirataoJing by gray At. hangs on its:,topmost boughs which:wave *
for weeks 'be patiently awaiting' the and about fifteen minutes
: Farewell, thou spirivmighty and brave 1 nation now' deplores with a sincerity and lay ot nhis..great man, .and, considering .tbesithings strangers. in Heaven,"fruits that exb.ilirate the:.immor m
destroyer nobn the
stroke pf death. The approach of the past, .I it reachedi .Capitol ground,
:: A country's grateful and gushing tears shall unanimity not less honorable to ;theitu>elves ,had no j terror for bun.;?, No ,cloud how:'contemptible! !' What appears ,the men. whferi'the corpse'was removed to the Senate tals. Recognizing the/State, as God's* institution !
(
,
legerde iaia'oIpolitics reproach Khia ; ew.alf that bis own'misis'i'i
ban to the memory of the obJect'of'their : p'erceiye
fresh and wreath ] bis future. He mettheendwitt chamber.
ever keep fragrant thy ci overhung
-life oa.lhat false hicb
; laurel while -crown we reverently) affections; and, when .we shall enter tba'tnarrow composure, and his pathway td tbegVaviwas trifle i ,.with- and plicy. !won.If 'i At twenty.minutes past twelve..the;President try is dlne'loting.conWOnstylU: der the. ,
., may valley through which he has passed 'whict great, ,upright,people! ; of the States entered the eye and in th'e love and fear of God-redeemed j
the immortal united chamber,
trust, of amaranth and gold'adorns thy head before us, and which leads to' the judgment lightened by hopes were)id.writehis" epitaph;;! would IDsc lbas'the' State and by,the Lord Jesus sanctified by his :
from the Christian Ifatth.- NotJon ,e6inpanywith" Secretary ,:
spring ; : in [
: in a brighter, a betters andabappier: world. et of God, may.we be able to say,through before his death,having just returned frpn highest utOgydn. thestone. tha; ,followed 'by ,the"cretarles, Of'Var"the' Spirit loving hi*:law, he will' give himself ji
shall mirk"hisresting-plaee, Here Hesm.an'wbo service of {!
the the
and
The .is accouLof .of faith fn His Son our Saviour, in' the beautH ( and 'the 'Postmaster General iand in private in public *
following .some Kentucky, I lbore, to him a token of affectioi Interior
in the service
fat of the dying Christianr-dyiiis belt! was public for.Ore Saviour.He will not admit that he may act
the bad in Hymn from his excellent wife. Never can f forget the Attorney Gereral of the t United J&atesrhe
proceedings Washington City Lj
| than fifty and.never.jaUempted todie- in oublie thaaipr.
ever living triumphant: years oh less lofty principles
bis
!
honor of the illustrio statesman : 'li I appearance, htsi manner, of bs words ceive his countrymen." Uiplomatic Corps were Jargjlj/epresen- vate Iife,'aM that be must' be. careful of his ,.4

< The world recedes-it disappears G After speakiAg of' his family and his country (:MLBreckennidC2hel&.up 1 the 'barasterj ted.' f moral fcnoenee in the'small sphere\ home
'- 11 Heaven opens on my eyes- my ears 4 be changed the conversation to bisow "fThel fanerat7processT6n then entered 'th'clainberpttceded'
J ) of Mr. i.aJor.mitatiou. ,; by the youth p and neighborhood'bot" take1 no beed Of lit j'
With sounds
seraphic ring the'cbmmrttee
t : nocEEonres IH TIlE SENATE or THE CKITEDSTATES. Lend lend your wiags-1 mount I fly 1 fortune,, and, looking on..me' with his fin : the country," and said,",conclusion! thai by .Air.ippol'teiIto'accompan1heremiins CUYto' when it stretchesoiercOitinefltSafld crosses I"

I : I II I Oh, gravel where is thy victory 1 cOb eye undimmed"ahd his voice full-of its on ." his"name will ea living' 'itnmortaS seas; He will:kno. that his'moral rtl ppa* f

t -. death! where. thy sting V' r ginal compass'and melodyb'id: -"Ian, name,'a name that will descend; "'posteritjj Kentucky and by the committeeof. ar sibilities cannot be.di ded'aad distributed )j '.

I : Mr. Und'envood announced the death of "Let me die the death of. the righteous andmylasten4biuikelii& notafraid to die,'sir-I have hope, faith, and without the aid of letters-borne by traditionfrom rangements. The corpse -folio wed bypallbearers among'others.When be is' told tIIa1'adrenc t2

; : HEXKT CUT, and pronounced an.interestingand let some conthlence-Idonot think,any;,mai generation generation., .Every sineJ] the relatives of; thedeceased to'the strictest moral and religions' ,

feeling obituary. Hunter followed and 'claimed for \Vinia can be, entirely certata.in regard vto; his future mona! of such a man will'.possess' a value the immediate' rienJa,'and the Kentucky' del principle is incompatible l with :a sUccessful ,
'Mr. urller Thcoffin
I ; in 'm :'
Mr. Cass said: Mr., President, again has the 'mourners.of he state, butt have an abiding_trust ia'tbi to biff countrymen." His tomb will be a hal egation ; Congress as Secretary : and eminent eareeri he'willdenonnce'the'usertior'as&Iibelon
a place iu the the
among area near
placed
f. an impressive warning come to teach as that ? mfl'lts-and Mediation our'baviour.1 I lowed ipotJ and bis coarrtrymea/as they vi was the venerated father of
,illustrious eon: He passed a high eulogmm! '. table., ,The members o( (he House 0.1Renesentatives'jreceded
will the of his ,
"in the midst of life we are in deaih"- the tbe'public acts of Mr.-CuT and hia assuage grief family to knowlbatbeJookedihouefulIyJ sitt,.may weU exdairA:", ,-Trr 'by, theif.officers, the.Republic- a' libel on the honored living
i f ordinary labors .ofl this ball are' suspended upon j | : eyQnd.tbe>tomb', shrined : the and the illustrious' deada libejagaiast a 3
-Snch jncaVes,as his.are pilgrim then into thechamber'and'ociupieii '
and its contentions hushed before patriotism. and a Christian people will rejoice .to,bear came ristJan"nation 'libel against 44'
the and Ch
i power the national bereavement Shrines to no creed br pod. eonned2be eat -
alluded the
Mr Hale to to them Speaker1 occupying
of Him whosays' to the storm of human that such a man, in his,last hours, repose* Delphian vales-the PaestinesTbe1eeuef4themifl&1 'r aseigneJ God himself who bas"deelared and-made
and spoke in the highest terms'of admiration with simplicity and confidence on the ft aposiuoa on the.left of the President dUie that' is: tie
passions, as he said,of old to the waves ofGallilee of Mr'Cut'' efforts in behalf of promises : : 'odlinessprofitble: for-tt.e'r.fe :
Seaate .
,
; "p ace, be still.. The lessons 6! be struggling South American1'.Coloniei, and of'ifee gospel."It w the'castom OILOCcasious .In.conclusion! ,,>he.olferedt foUowing.resolutios j Lafles'were Jt 'now. privileged!.is 'to. '..enter- and-' vril" ,trn{ to make laws tran..cc ets'of-the

I His providence, severe. as they,may be, of Greece. ?i like the present.to speak of;.the parentage ;, ., 'tn' ,1. '' ,'I whhin a briefepace of time the',lobbies were character r and institutional illustrations otheprovidedee

I ten become merciful 'dispensations like thai Mr Clemens spoke v most eloquently of the and childhood pf Jibe deceased' and u !v1baiihe, : H9U j of' BepresentaJlives' almost exclusively: filled by,them.' v of God 'He. ,wilt'r scan% !tH admiration r
< follow I wiUno the
which DOW spreading,* rro\i through the parity and ferver of Mr. CLAY'S patriotism step.by step thrpugh'life.!! : J. of the UnitedStates'' have'jecelve4Jwith \ .Ther utmost silence t prevailed throughout ind.aratbeputpdJOfG0d'ma
land attempt;'sirr to reIate'eveii"all the great history of the world ihthrowwg open
which & future
that bare
,and reminding us we ndsaid it must have I cheered hIS last'moments' the deepestsensibilityj"tintelligence'oi'the these proceedings . -5j" < ;"
eia.s'theb'o1of
higher duties to'fulfil. ,and. graver:reiponsubihiits to know that' both politieal parties of events Rlr.'CLAY'S life, because they are of ths.uoHgsLYcLAya Senar The Rev C. )M.BcTrEa,1 Chaplain 'the iS"itri,1 oritisentfroth'sea'tO
to encounter than .those that meet familiar lo.thelwhiile country, and it would, the Stateof. KenUickyJZ ? g
us th'coantry had adopted and1! resolved to tor 4nCongress frojp ; Senate; rose at Ihe deskvand read-- the nre
here'vhen we lay our,hands. upon His Hpty! maintain''unimpaired; the" 'platform'he! :had' be oeedjess'to. enumerate long hat ofpub; .../ ssove&Tbattbe ,officers,and,..members. fifteenth" chapter"of.the first'epistle"of.:Si.' pepty eaceand' (eeV'ihatfzsgiving 3eOnn1ryb&ie' jhti
Word and invoke Hisftolynamepromisinto lic servicEs that form'.a'part of Americanhictory.i of' House f will Weit the enevg'enwlitf apaMotlciov'1ohe
erected. < '' the' "Representatives Banlto the:Corinthrans. commencing at :
>f* J-1 -! Beginning life a>'a friendless boywitb.but'f. weIJ r'bf, ae
td tbatCons-Jtulion which H tug
for dayi
WajUjM ''Messrs. Cooper;5cwardonespf Iowa; the usual badge of mourning thirty | thirtj-sLxtb Averse. |Tbiaw: cluded h*_de; :J
gave u* 'iA'. IE* and will withdraw IsIlfaotapa.aavetho conferred : this '' d hirii5 tf w't1t ichristianiealo'theeven-
mercy, and BrOOkS foIlove&intribnteste1kensniaryand as a testimonial-of: profound respect [iTereiTthe following :
. Duly in the hour of ''onibliQcio, and disb' virtues of the deceased.The ;- k 'tJ ,, aturet while.yetaminor. he' lefiVirgiaja Hoqse en.ertaiaJrhe.memorypj!. J !.de* |. .td <.t>- j( V' n s "OJ impressiVe, J'. e,4 '. sion" ''establishment of :the RedCem r's j !
and'of Hi1 ._ ;, tbe State,1t his ..birth..and :com ., m.-1 Compared with a*carter like this, 4
bedienc own.wrath., ,Anothe] : offered Mi | ; cease ,* .. J::1 BEKMOHi ji --: -.- _. kingJ 1
great man has: fallen ia"our land-ripe,'indeed : wung'resolutions, *" 'by' l{ menced'the practice L law in:Lexington' !in, ;.'Bt ttl.Tbaf the:officers- .n. and members uw.* ? of hew is the strong staff broken and the beau-. which' is'eqoally bpeb to thne 'wbbse public .;

,; in years and jq honor, but never.deareito rjqderwood, .were t hen.adoF ed:, t. Kehtnckyi At'a1 Bar remarkable for ncra-j this Hon eJ irt'a bOdy,"wiU iattend'IIif fu ne: tiM .,1"fll. llt l1..1 ," sphere is'large 'small.'how'pahr/ ',

i the American; People; than whencalled, Resolved 'That,*. Committee .joftSbc- fa beriind'talent, Mri CLA.T'so&o rose to,the! HonUlEnYCLArjontha< (the day prlipinted Before all hearts and; minds i in this.augustassemblage the tradeof'} ipatriolism; ,the tricks.of';statesmanship -! !1.

UC.'n the theatre 01 hi; services. and Own appointed'by,the.President of the.SenateS la first &;,!' Atva fery;early age hew for. that purpose} .the Senate oj I ,}to*' Vivid' image '' of thiS:one the' rewar4aofinccessM btseniss '

to that ,fisal .bar' where;;.the,'Iolt&od.,: .tlfl orders for superintending the-f a neral oiUEKRT elected, in.the Cpunty,of/Fayetteto the, theUnitedStates..I.: : ? /' J".Xli: ; .manstands.To''&et'aged eye 'h'!may Thts" hour, .this>ceneithe' venerated- dead
Tdo' rise 'CUT lateameinberobtliibody,. General AsembjripLKenticky, and "v' procedia's of Hh the country; the world, \!? presen tha'feluretGod -
l lowlf mnsf.'alllineet''at.lML: : not ; T K9df -r at: the ; come forth from .the'dim 'past.:'Jae; appearediojthe .
.. upon thistnournful bccasI6hf .to'jndulge' luUtr which.will take'place.-to-morrow. at.twelre. the,7Speaker; o| U1at.J odu t A,,:'a.Uoitet! | Souse relation to the death ot Hoi:'H- .. neighboring reitj pf-his :na- duty; b t.T ,.jh lrt'rtna. i-i 1P. ,

Ja pap of ..panegyfjcrhyjfswu fdi( 'd ck meridian and ,that. ,the Senate willattend 'States.Setator_as member, ;of, thi is HOOSL- ar CUT be,-comraunicateil to-th:family:o| ;'YeSt'a little.and ardent youb,3uIl ol .t Dg; ed"to' all'n';' i the service-3pMbefr] ;

the memory of the dead, and for the obflg* the .' *' 4 anitiSpe4er; ass...representatives; [Lhl* the decas 4 by..the. Iuk,4. 'tftrr 4'RsdvTfl4s Js? 'protaise of, i ifunbitidnVand on oP. "To anoUiefffae'may country, to'beware btbe1ayoflatedorunbAUowe&'hands : tbearkOfbetnnifice 1r.

lions, of-tie, living,:\would'jequaUy'rebuktsocha :Resolved, ,That t the members of 4ber Senate, countryabroadand; biga'officer io.tbifixecuuvs i. fQf1Ier 1T1&Tk..Of re'. ,appear' asffrV a:distanf Stale tin ip arif.'SsdP'w'tbe :-

, iriat itatesminsbiFIbistinet'.vonId
once oar proper d.ty;and oar b a CODSOJ&j respect toJlhe memory,of Jtn0 deceased, he *iDtimatelycprioectedtfor.nearlyJfears : tise.iibwadfoaro" (itba l appointed for IQ jean>! Kireahtbajorens. r' i _.0 character of' if

lion/ j Born; during the ref olationary,8tru5'g'e 'will go. into, mourning r'one month b'ybe'usllat'mOdeCf ',; with e'very great measure of Americaii'policy the funeraTl x'"1 l""'*w'f'n 8W! ,''.! ".* opeobrow...,>:Sonne*3T-.3 maaimin'tbe'earirefaffd .see. bayemet the fulI'zpprovalof'thC'Ve'aerated ,

our;;dgfTiiA :,' { s i meMnnh i' : c" Jails dead-for \frreligiw whiihmlwajfstod' ''
: 'dlind
J period I not ( ,speak Mr.Ewfnfpeit.eliTen M.# a p1eridtbe.d1.'al8owitbii1i con.. a ollls
lew xemaiaing public men wbo ouuec&presenv { ". 'i._ .i' ; :p ,do propose' Cflyoie49nlJ.aalhq trrfti1m1'hI of.his careerIn'thoTaaspTcloa'theatre & : :.
: Caak-bo: stages fed Into
_radon w-'.the actors ia. :":EoZ,.As a 'farther:'tnark bf;"respect! ibem have:parsed ;way;and"are'remein'ber wasfoljqwed ,bv Mr. -.. ,: of his ndTtoJhe forjaer hit recent" 'period;- "
'
J iinovrJ heart '
of ) ( f :;nteleauaeur the District of Mr Uy'.Ulrw-J att.iIM;;/ n'ri eTp rieocev7and seated itseU iu.hia
KWthat; the&natelorthe'memory in the b nat the he
rifOtfBl.pendaniliuuuauuD entertained by j start out k pastas -
; )
j jvttf
t.i'm fk .4isctsion I tb p p rwentfyeawilincei &wrote a seniber
= > : fr."Cb ;: ;
sooabeowh distinguished 1
hisl and | ri
nams&nd deediwdi long llbT
fii t.Cutand ) k eQftbaf appeared theAnei0b c allj I aaf .
J 'ot a
i, Y1 to hatbisimal IJ; in ernfDi. pliers,opinions.are'pliQ!iiid.t.b' .? j dye rroan. JUI'fi,1 .. 'jt .andsdasive"gtstiire o| naeligouse.ectand '
9lJ'j ct! u H. services. h country, r" !': "jt elate.J wpauiq4)with I' L r of :IrtffertJul'raia cot;
intolustory it&"the I.- 'I'1'VlittMesare professor f religion|
f ami- easozd&eithetjde .
w..- &, **" J' one. pnrsirance bf,the knowai1b abf his [ 1.1.I J1 L J* t .ai <' aridTclahoa'ivorce'ao acknowledged be
\ ; Q ;, : I wasrand trust Uiat IsaaU ;
Uxyoi '1 orioM of our instita- Iy i bercined t 9heac&f: % pq n; ; .. f enocj-ed by the greatest. inlelj di.nt4edaIorV A5aaernnoiH;kin5tf'tnefl j .amJfl l.wishthat
toe equality : IccUb f ,. -( ." '.. adeiber! venUrQoke1 f alknerBP f t-tf Oi( l-rfave and'atwayji nivalad a proloftnd re-
I IIIO'1eo.
.er..Jn ...
tivitic1reet7: ;,,oSer iheir reward to,al cted b.1'hi,at ngtoitUI'E..tQ4 F.d :.Bq ea.e.'l.I .1Jo Ua! ersj)* willerthCsmngstaifLhe agiun *Uofiai Jb rbamL [i'lnor-Cl r( \b"ifeli: o'Ot 1m I- '
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Gentr1;
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ab&ai 7v.j| jRo.wwwwe i ? bevIdcred
trAnn" u
f wbojuetijsikch1Iecz.oqtJon jthem #rrj.):I', a5 IJ ch'of'thi rg tWn sUecteisarj eloquence ,n4 cpura i e.jI rief'ID '! iheI.nLfoi1i: ,iighf 4 ':gU'Woriu
fortune ki q4 aCozpittce a!' x&ne.tqrappotntd Uig$1415 a .h bt.'lJt ''rof
WWinTife $ J 1. me
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Ia. -to.cpnwnanil, o&th4esiIr dhl Jfl'ftlb.w p-ro .; 'fesliproudthat:
I 4IeZefliO1. U4h* _U bflhe Prriide1\lJofth..Seri&te: Instte4ojoaekActett ; [rich with lb. loss JI;1fgpZUi1Sfl&D .L
r
.1 i4r ; Iowa'i'l 1WU'1 ot'iI._
of thiVVeit 'osbalL have fflpojyhisr. Uaifired.wjih: his owA tqthusiasna.aad ctrolled q- ) .l' J.rU1O [ft2tri tic'Ye'and hope--the! life of ypjatl 'p
early < | '
adventurei'intbgreatforeit : ...netft1iN. :
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then .s 'tiqEifnttrect:. .1' .1'ItitJ | },byJus> ; .arattmf will)".individuals.1.1aa aaJ 'pe4. 4, e4ap4 It ) [sfiirTemilinr io'grte'aalraaffingraaHjahiaUe | f.\It'Yf .
a.worldol primitive vegetation
: N;re'erM.coll'\4 cra a1h bis.o i'it, of printing _jspeecp"--f. e"Jrep$4gZWJr)1pouslt led.y"AwasVeawakwed lW'a.ttbap.r
L-r- dditiODahDa.rkj :
bat'now' J lNl 'Tbat/ { i < tiro*Ws4f 1rJjdoa itlW ip ;
Ae'abode'pT JnieUigenctf and b t M ai.tht: 'aniOt of4b Pote8tant8
tion--or. prosperity and dvitizatioa j:'T i 1 respect to,the: memory.pf;;the deceased, thfc or d.ifcatrtdace him Oo despair Equserectand ::1trTbe '1JO : 1 a4opted!ja J. Ctlu4 th Jr&t"OCt* .iIi:f GfY.1i' .
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tIdbthow *dioarn.V bresu .fo -
saperioritrSratci 1\
& !it ectuil" ; 'of'' .; When'auccessful, he moved to .th ;j the House dJoamedt; 'jI 3Jtt J'r hmay t i } : 'L'f :

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:r f1I 1ft this city, he vras ;fall communion with 'perpetuate the great,.constitationa) .fabric" .ierLcott'i. I letter. of .Acceptance, ';Corre. pondenco of the aep.b aiiJL1 1 heir lives to purchase oar Liberty and In

.,<. Trinity parish., It is ince his withdrawal' With which his came is inseparably associa. titj fl' .' .I '.. ,1JWI ; uUODA Calonnomination dependence. f fBy

d.; from the sittings of the Senate that I. have' te. i Kjp .. ? -.'1 .,<& t Tb : r .G !ata !_ : Foa IUK1: tt} .ot 't"bJrstt at Lceni'e Ignacio Lopez.,Tht Whig Pklfora j
' : been made 'particularly acquainted 'with bis : Baltimof d .. t.W & n bflven&noatiactp& faRepublicanets; SePt' DU&J. al1. A. summary of principles that command. thassent < -
character The ts at 12 o'el Ck; the Birthday of every true American-it doctrine
and ) th.? deceased
religious opinion feelings. was ; >street *
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\; : f From his first ilinets be wJjich&hjejjpprpserwts :t ;; :\ taf* 3* 1, &-u1o: ,$ijt>An opponiunienin$*, JrOmJIIarern ot'i mericaD/J.d d.repODd 0 the are I.oandld in !the policy of Washington}
f' expressed to me the throng t was a| ._ !_en, i1s'i it ofAmert**'*great Hew and Defender and
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' i persuasion; that fcwonjd be fatal; from that black wfnYerape, guns wrefired'vJ toT- i1t ; ..section of the 'Stt-I am.odl.c -tl of-her rights,honor and'glorjrfarcandidate for illustrated.!'*I.the administration. of Fill
until" hi.death it baa and manifestations of moment, or abot which the Presidency and aim for more. i
. .i I ,period1 been my privilege led, other sorrow'exhibited. oa rjve,you,some our j appointing delegates S
.;.' t t .I to have held with him freqnent religions The coffin W drawn*.from the Whigs:will 'giv .them lvesvtty great_con- Indian affairs. to the Whig State Convention. :" .- By John D.Sheldon.' A statement of the' .
UniTemfattendanea A '
"!. f ericea'aDd'conversations in his room. He depot to the.City Exchange by four jet blackorsesud cerr, whether or not the ". 'ever wilt be-diabedjo expected.elmIoIW5PtW1 natty platiefocp" f case :rJte4r in 'tbree wars and of te
democry"
sht
.. : averrtd tne bis falfaittilitbe preatleadinr ;th guarded.through.vtiie-nighl .ecome" ; 9It in t".41.r.pr 1 "a fire In front and rear." ,. T pfthS-, !':gentlemwithout "

,.o... doctrines of the Gospel, the fall! and sin by the corps of Bal mre'.,. l\i1 Jti"p i '' f: P' :arrived'.-. .- .J7 .Jf- -t. ..o>been,.,. By wder:of the. Executive Committee.' that tumkkdour4uiesBy'TD !. Qrrp.' 1
; I :i ii', nrinthi 'fr : W. never sent ahead Gen. with BARTOLO OL1VEROS, ; D. r sold. ''oman': 1tan.
t fuujie&s of man, the divinity Christ, the t by, Hopkins, .,two or -- -- .. '
Vt < Chairman.In womari worM.
e reality and necessity el the atonement the knew them t exhibit the slightest mifs three'"sick'men": Ge .' Hopkins, with the -a without a'.u..I
.! t netd of born again by the Spirit and ''LURID' i4ii of .gtatif.catiob oc i** 'I T '1 (L -* } .T diamond without lustre. 7 .- ,t T f I
: being ; balance his command w aU,1
; i salVation through- faith in the crucified Re- BlrU'BlICII. at !prfa o. t1.t in ; pursuance of the foregoing notice, the ,By George_ of).Zhenbaue'WftshingtorTa''
SCOT : ibtmight
I ; -HiswaereonaIbopes.of'eiIva-- ; S.letteris4 tiQlYf.a e.pi taying remawe&onthe'trouteexauiinioghesuspicious'points c4 atit tiol\'al.t1nioQ Whig' ti'SC'lobn FwildreasTha4mericam..pto gle;|
=: CL
:: ; 1 tion h_ ever and distinctly based on the pro _;___ i-'_ ,- d- Jf Seexpected t create* nausea Jn the between th 'St+John's' county gathered in great strength at the time need no Kossath to interpret'this tich}legacy]

. \ i s and the grace .of Christ:'- Strikingly Thursday,.:Julf, jgth, '1852. j stomachs a .. ,ot'tbise" _,,th. lotemfe't who. Mid Indian rnr; From the 7th to the>14th, arid place;; appornted; BiaTptb'.'OiJnrtkosj left to them by' :him' woo 'was first in ware
first in and firsf in the hearts
G''lI'- t percp|{4ibe) on' ,his 'naturally.,!impetuooa and are- ttnaecRStomed. atempts, at the company was visited day by heavy: Esq"yyw: : ',*aPP? oeC PWidjent! :.of, the day, countrymen.peace",.. ,of.bis.
the cf ; evr i
character was
.impatient! in; producingubmon influence.and! patient, The Kepnbllcan.. -Sew.. Volume.. '-, swallowing*' pure-unadulterated' Wblggery rains; which often .n al night. The bySrMWAKEMAM,1! Esq.,.as Yice. By Godfried Fost t., -Kossuth': The Ger|
grace ; We honld from i
.d at dose judge
a the.sickfjlamentations"arid "
)
:J- ; 'watching for Christ and death.. ,On one'oc. With this number; e enter,upon the. .fifth consequence.was, their prprisions i fifteen, President, and RAMOii'HiRiUNDiiz,
:. ; eaklon be spoke to me of the.pious; *ample volume of the'Republican.Four'years'.baye I mighty'gnashipg.of teeth Jays',ware.mostly.destroyed l and only J lasted: S, $ty':: .1 J. sufficiently capable! ,.under the influence of
4 and him them, that such effort bad '- its free institutions, marking ontAtheir
i ..tortjyerr: near dear to as that among an : reallybeen 'j' (
if: which led pim deeply to'feel and earnestly cousqnently1aed'eincetbe: l .establishmentof made.. 'Our'neighbor of the ".New/ e j five'days- whicb, they subsisted ,r'be r.!folio wing i : preamble And 'relqtions own course of actiou on .Intervention and

: : to seek &>(i himself, thereaiity: end blessed. ) this .press, ; der circumstances by DQ i upon wbthei could'kill'from- wo ifa. wipre passed with enthusiastic unanimity|! Son-intervention," without' the. 'dictation of

1&. ness of 'religion On'bne' occasion, he, told means I the\most flattering. 'We that himself' aniesf a ,high,degree'* ,off,disgustat r Hopkins got{jinte.vemng r following ; WHEREAS, The National Whig!.Conventiorv one whose "Liberating Bonds" have' been a
trast "*
..'t1 me that be had been striving to form a con: our-e1for to render. satisfaction, to, .community .- t en :undignified production I the arrival; t of,the'Doctor; pretty, lately :assembled 'at Baltimore,",have drug in the Liberty marker. .. |
Heaven and he ting.we suppose,'by D'ngy nominated By 10bn"1rfa&tres. Gen.'Winfield Scott i
of
. ception ,enlarged upon with, whoserinteresti aggry .-not having"eaten anything from unanimously' General Wrarrxu) :
have become
.
: the.: mercy,of that provision by which our. ; we thai point 'i in the letter. to'the naturahzation : Scanas the Whig candidate'for President, The devoted patriot t the gallant! soldier, and
,4"."': Savioor became a partaker or oar humanity, identified, have- not'bean unavailing; Jaws about.relatin r- neighbor, before.':H.whole! o n n'wer; however, and .WILLIAM; A. GRAHAM 'for'Vice'Presden accomplished statesman-may be be reward*

:;'L,4 that our hearts and hopes might fix, themselves and that the great political party with whom a 2} hospitably relieved. y'th .Staies.oificerjs after having/r, wif deliberation] and ed for his eminent'services' (because' of

ly ; on him.' Qq another occasion, when we have labord' earnestly and 'ardently',,forihejsupremacy now: as ever," .particularly sensitive. -art this "post-Lieutenants. .,Tayjor,,&>. solemn Tote[laid 'down' thedoctnnes:! and! lis country. *': I" s

;'' be was supposed to be very'near his end,:1 of its Preparations, no doubt, were made to mae binron and.Day. ',, principles.of Whig 'party on 'the"roost By Bartolo Oliveroa. Henry Clay : Once
-1.;. expressed to lum the hope that his mind and : its principles, measures any 'of capital oat of an'old { prominent I political topics and; whereas, the man oVa'party' be is now'theman of
'
'eter From
;:,:" heart were at peace, and that he was:able to and its men, has bad no cause to reproach us quntity Gen. Sc6TTsome the examination made by tat indefatigable iheinoroiuees have accepted the nomination he country. Death,has cut'the' which

;. :' : rest with cheerful'confidence on the promises' with infidelity or a lack of,honest endeavors'to written "by ( ': years odra ;officerGeneralHopkins,) : have arid platform 'of doctrines-and-principles; bound him to a. political sect, and in its place;

". 1 and merits of the Redeemer., He said, with .sabser,e patriotic : vIe must: moment of. excitementj.vand, .to have.ithe' earned !t.hakJiirin..signs; were/found in the therefore, c. has forged 'an 'adamantine chain that Jinks
1'r.i much feeling, that he 'endeavored to,,and it dError wind taken out-of,his.sails", now, must b of Lake Poiniettthe'IndiarisLp'Trently Resolved, That, .though' haVfng" preferred b is memory to-th Union; the whole: Union/
!..t 1 trusted that be did repose.his salvation upon haT mlitted-1 mankind;:are susceptible particularly annoying: 1 Our. ,neighbor. ,, nbrbo MILLAR FILLMORE sour first choice 1'or >y.the most thrilling remembrances can
': .. Christ., That if was too late for him b lo look to'.their commission-but we:'feel and 'The'old heio-who) ndwsi'and: knowing t ,, engaged in driving''off' cattle. President; and used our'utmost exertions'to stir the soul,
i : at' Christianity in the light of. speculation.! know'that, though' the ld may have .been "worth"of the. ,. From rthe1 'tracks, it appeara that a eonsiderabjte"number secure his nomination; yet'as true National jut. the love of a noble and independent

.- He bad never doubted its troth, and he now ed! 'astray, has''been, and. shall appreciates, the ; .brave foreign.er ;:: ,
., wished to throw himself upon it, as a'prac- tle' ear who seek our shores for'liberty.and happiness that,region. They were for Our party'"surrender of individual By Darius Allen. Should oU, aaquaint-J
'.' continue to true to its : over alay's pre
t.ic and blessed remedy. Very soon after' professions.We -proposes that one1 year's service ln_ traie ferences, which'involve no violation of ,rin. ance be forgot! ,Millard'Fillmore" :", W.
march
, this I administered to him the of deem the present opportunity after'wbib the trail was obliterated honor him for bis past services nd.wbirtiwe
: sacrament D fitting the'army or navy, i in time of'war'shall, !l en. ciple; to the will of the majority, and for the '
., the Lord a Supper.. Being extremely feeble, to express our hearifelt thank! to those by fire put woods (evidently good of the trAo/e"-we :c&tDULLYAPPROYX give our votes -to. Scott, par hearts are

,; ..: '. and' desirous of having his mind undiverted, friends who have, from to time, and lit them to citizenship, This is in addition for' that purpose) by.the red skins. 'Their AND RATIFY the nominations'of the Convention with Fillmore. j
: were but his son and ser. to .privileges accorded by. existing laws. and ,them By John Darling. The recent operations
. persons present with an untiring zeal, 'rendered efficient direction tended South. The cattle,taken !, pledge our most hearty and
-:- vanu It was scene long to be remembered. us This is in with the entire "' i General Hopkins on thiIndian'fro'ntierConducted ;

,. There, i. that still chamber at a week,day aid and assistance in oar'feeble endeavors to spirit, suggestion of a.letter written Dccornc by "Old Has y", must have belonged to 'Mr. Houston, '1- and- :Resolved support.,further, -That the Whigs of St: wit prudence' and'zeal,)tempered1'

\.f' soon, the tides of life all flowing strong' keep the'u ship afloat," when adverse wins others on the east. side of the St..John's, as John's bail,with feelings deep, gratifica with charity, may they.tend to' the .speed/
t around us, three disciples of the Saviourthe soon after his return.from Mexico, which they miss o hundred and bead. tion 'tbe' '' the removal of thelSe'tribes, from.1 the limits of
over National
e. : were blowing, the most:strongly against it e fifty ; approval, by Whig l :' ,
: T,' Minister of God, the dying Statesman, we publish in another column. This Convention, of their choice of candidate'for our State. .
been
committed since
!: We, trust and, hope that their shadows depredation ba D. R. Dunham: Old "Fuu and Fea-
t By
and of
:; bis Servant a partaker the like precious a For six months the C Vice President \ : ;
; .Z-. failb--commemorated their Saviour'sdying well 8 that of the little craft of which weire past democrcy the capture of the Indians on the Kissimmee, tbers :" As he fuss'd among the Mexicans

Ivtt: love. The truly contrite soflerc the humble and i inefficient. commander,' have been .fully contd nt tbat"Od sand n'March last, by Gen. Hopkins. "The General 'Tho'foJlrng: gentlemen were then rip- and made their feathers fly, so will be kick

'. ; joined in the blessed sacrament with great be less." Feathers" was really a, Freesoiler. ,aleo found signs within twenty miles of ppiuiIeddelegatcs to the Whig St.&te.CODTen- up a fuss in the ranks 0(' the Lbeofocracy, .

;. feeling and solemnity,n'ow pressing his bands' may never, Many of them had, no doubt, succeeded in this post,.which he intends looking after on tion,.to be held at Tallahassee on the 14th and, like" Marcius Aflutter the Voices in
> Corioli.]
together, and now spreading them fourth as there of the month >
themselves believe that was present :
. ok words'of the service expressed the The Death of Mr. Clay. making Iis return. Since his arrival,"information 4 :By Thomas T. Russel. The Whig : feelings
'
tt ";.. desires supplications and thanksgiving of-; On first -will be found uo room for the possibility of a doubt on lias been given him of some Indians residing .Bartolo Oliveros, Vrancis'Bredier, form, established by the.Baltimore Convention
our full
. 7;44 bit heart. After this be rallied, and again I page accounts that point; and if, perchance, there was a west.of the Alpatibca river on ,.the borders' 'George Washington,- Ignacio Lopez, ; is broad, wide and, national, and haS

..'t., ; was permitted frequently to join with him of the scenes attending the decease of shadow of doubt with regard thereto, one of Lake Okechobee. To-morrow James.R. Ponce, Michael Nelligan, the approval' General Scott. .Any man
** : in .reJi iou" services, conversation and his great man, the proceedings in Congress morning who takes a nomination upon.. that basis is
dare
he would
pray thing was certain- never Bartolo Masters, sr B. W. Brett
he will with in search ,
set out of
a relation a guide, entitled to the cordial support of true
j'J er.He; grew in grace and.in the knowledge in thereto, &c. Extended remarks every
: of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. by us on this occasion would therefore avow himself'in favor of the CompromiseNow / them, taking with him twenty\ men. Dr. John Masters. Whig in the Union. ?

;!:r*'; Among the books that he read most, were that he has. placed himself-proudly Speer, be I left here in.cb ge of melancholy intelligence.of the'death By Joseph Mastres. Let the.w tcbword
After sven
seem the &] wHI
; and ", superfluous. oquent tri six feet four" the official of the Conservative Whig party be : The
f Jays Morning Evening Exercises erect, -upon of
) nen, haog bad are unfit for HENRY CLAY having been received by themorning's
': "The Life of Dr. Chalmers and "The butes paid to the immortal sage by tb most of 'the Convention, their chagrinand fuR s Constitution ,and ,Compropise- every thing
f t;p': Christain Philosopher triumphant In death." gifted men of the country, it would, indeed, platform We hard a duty as the General has now in hand. mail, and announced, to the meet for the cause, and nothing ror men. i

:*: His hppe continued to the end, through true appear-vain in us to attempt to paint the mortification can't be concle. They will"proceed to Enterprise as'soon as I ing.with some appropriate remarks by Geo By Thomas Andrea Major George Tj
.::/ real be really believe they.would be to Ward : May be be the next Governor of
and to tremulous with humanity lily, or add a perfume the rose." constraine they are able to ride. The distance is over Washington, Esq:, it was .
4' ratber than with t hands "Old if Florida. ;
\ rapturous assurance. lay violent on Chip. they
Ie When be felt most the wearing of his ,pro -a were'not.learf l of fainting in' the one hundred miles, over a rough country. Resolved; That t. though long anticipated, By GeneraKScoit: A

, i: traded sufferings it sufficed to suggest to C naltelc, oper. The commanding officer at this post ba with the anxiety of a, nation's. J Idve, yetwe falcon-towering in bis pride of'' place, was
:; ;.l, him that bis Heavenly Father doubtless The tion. politely famished Gen. Hopkins with sup have' heard, -feelings of the most heart by a mousing owl hawked at-not killed. '
life" of
proudest actin the the
" .. knew that after a life so Ions:, Stifling and gentleman General'Plene'a Letter of Acceptance pl lies, to take.him home, by command of Gen fett sorrow, cf ..thedeath of the illustrious By Bartolo Mastresjr., We have read
'; 1f tempted, such a decipline of chastening and who-edits the .&evtf' was, a he HENRY' CLAY-the bright exemplar of a nation's the decree of Fate in the countenances of
1* '. .' suffering was needful to make him meet for ieclare, when be took his leave, some "ten It is a lamentable fact that Gen. PIERCE, hflds, for which we all feel very thankful. pride and'cynosu re of her statesmen ; our Locofoco friends. They feel that three

,: ,!,:: the inheritance oLjhe Saints and at once the years" since, of the Whig party I This im- in hi letter of acceptance, fails to make use Without this timely] aid, our State troops and'that, in, memento of our loss, we will wars and ten' battles! must outweigh four
4,' : words of meek and patient acquiescence would have suffered much. wear crape on the left arm for thirty days. tumbles from horseback. _
tortant announcement has gone.forth to the of the words, C Compromise, or "Finality. very
escaped his lips. Exhausted nature Resolved; That the proceedings of this By Ceorge Gionople. The remembranceof
I at The.risk about to be run by Gen.Hopkins
. ,1. world coupled with a column or of ex- The attention of thosewho_ are,are unableto (meeting, togetber'with an account of the forefathers
: length gave way. On the last occasion when! 8 occurrences our who won our Indepeaience -
::: 1j:. I was permitted to offer a brief prayer at his tract attempting to prove that our pi"grHc discover these words in "Old llf and his small force is one not at all to be of the day, be published- the, and gave us bar Liberty. ;

; bedside, his last words "to me were that be : neighbor conceives the editor of this letter, is especially directed to the Jeter envied. The idea of twenty men entering Florida Republican.. .' By.-.-- .. ,Molina del Rey.

;.i. t.: bad hope only in Christ and that the prayer to bave been a more "inconsistent" Young Tardy, where they will 'observe'the i into a wilderness country, among a set' .oJ BARTOLO. OLIVEROS, Last[ order of General Lane : ." Come boys
: which I had offered for His love President no more falling offyour horses."
:.;l- and' His sanctifying pardoning included politician than he of the I Nt1II As the omi ion. Both candidates, however, accept savages, whose number is entirely unknown, S. M. WAKEMAN ,; .
grace every 'J ,
".4'...4 1:. thing.which the dying'need. On the evening editor of the ulcr is at present neces- the platform of Resolutions.which their respective wit only six days' 'rations is, in my opin. : Vice .President.' ', .. :Tributes tw Sir. Clay.

' previous to hisdeparlure sitting an hoar urily absent from, his post, we. trust the Conventions. down.. on reckless in .the, extreme: (the Indiansare RAMON HERNASDEZ Sec'y '- .

't;h- in wleuce by his bedside, I could not but re. friends of his will not allow themselves to be put out, which we all desire,why ,CINCINNATI, July .2.-A public meeting
, 4 1. alize, when I 'heard him in the slight wanderings paper At his olduainesI.. not.order out a large force,at once, and ben The business of the meeting having been was held this evening,'at which a feeTing'ad.mess -
to consider him
'as. made resolutions
apd relative
of his mind to other acknowledging was adopted
J and
: scenes, murmuring the words days, "My mother other' be corn" until an opportunity shall afford The hero of Chippewa-the great conqueror ?; the work in earnest l' Why place a got I through with, the company sat down to to the.death of Henry Clay., A Committee '

. 'i'd4. -mother-mother," and saying. ." My dear him the pleasure which he can but derive of Mexico-ha* recently been trying band of such men in jeopardy at every step partake of the entertaiment provided. of 32 was appointed to arrange for.fune,

l: '' wife." as if she were present-I could nol' of speaking for himself." his.hand at his former occupation. The hey take T In detail, they may be all cutoff After dinner, the following regular _and rat. obsequies on the arrival of the remains. '
1: but realize then, and rejoice to think how the volunteer toasts drunk LOUISVILLE, July' 1.Today has been observed
business of spiting the guns of enemy ; and not one left to .tell the jale. I can were :
. here of for
as a day Henry
near was the blessed reunion of his mourning
.1kr i beart with the loved dead, and with her weary(our Renouncing Loeofoeolim. he ba not forgotten. He practised somewhat blame no.one but the General himself. His Regular Toasts.' Clay. Houses were.closed and :draped in J

:: 't dear Lord gently smooth her passage to the We observe that whole regiments,in different at it a long ago a 1812, when our authority is ample from the Governor of the 1. The Day we celebrate: Letthe, accla mourning, bells tolling, and flags_displayedat
" :;T 'f' tomb) who muf soon follow him to his rest. country was at war with the British-and State to take any number'of men he pleases. mations of the assembled thousands of,the half-mast. All wore,the appearance ,of

t;. Spirits! even then seemed to visit and to cheer seeio'ns of the Union, are leaving the again? as recent as 1846-7, he exhibited his Expense should be thrown out of the question Soak of Liberty, who meet together every deep gloom.
1ft his memory and his hope. Gently be breathed -! ranks of the ""democracy" and falling' nto city,'towVvillage juidhamlet, on thIS the MEmPHIs 'June 30.-There has been a
with Mexican The under such .circumstances
:' { .his soul away into the spirit world. line with the great Whig army. Gen. JOHN Cormer'ki our enemy. coun-tr natal.day ;'6f. Ir.:.country Independence, general suspension! .of,business here to-day
'li 'last Instance we have of the ease and facility is able and willing to' pay it 'The small 'arise to Heaven as incense to"the spirits of in respect to the memory Henry.Clay. A

.t'4 'How Meet the righteous when they .die, R WILLIAMS, Col. WILLIAMENSIS CCALAGUAN,.with which be does such work maybe foundin movement'made by the State, and the energetic 'the'Fathers of our.Republic. &ng-"Hal1. meeting has been called to' make arrangements
: When holy) souls retire to rest; ) MULLANS, Esq. Hon. WILLIAM [Columbia !l" for
J the funeral
:, of the i and effective i :. obsequies. -
L ., How mildly warns the closing eye: his recent letter of acceptance Whig manner inwhichit, has
.. How gently heaves th' expiring breut hOWELL, and Major GEORGE W. KEARSLET, 2:.The Constitutioriof the'TJnited States : COX 0aD, Iuty2.-A meeting, without
:.'k'.-;.t. So f dea a eammei loud away: aU prominent men in, the' 'Locof co informer nomination. The gun of t'be Locofoco enemy been conducte gives rig border people great |The broad platform on ,whi b we stand. distinction' of,party, was held at Franklin
!',: So.rinki the gale when storms are o'er party are, by this last "ian avre" most ef pleasure.- bave been done long Sink or' swim, live or die, we'.'are 'for. the lall this evening, Inrelation, to the Jeath of
., So pently shut the eye of day: years, in the Wolverine State, are In their efforts to ," touch since. Governor Brown has gained for'him Constitution !" Henry'Clay -The venerable Matthew Harvey
So
! dies the
; ware upon the shore. the 'and CectuaUY'ike. of the U. S. Distriet .
among "come-outer. promise to them -into'a furious self for his considerate 3. Liberty and Union : Now and for Judge Court
;. : .r.: :. Be it ours to follow him in the same humble ender efficient service for the great.captain off1 they fly piorand par grteful.thank ever, one and inseparable.. Song-u Star bnnerly m the Senate with lit.:Clay, presi-

It .. and"submissive faith to Heaven. Could bespeak under whose banner' they have enrolled as, might be' expected, heap al. notice of us, and we now..feel assured that Spangled Banner." ied.f Asa .McF nlandeditor- of the. States-

to us the counsels of his latest human, lemselves. They much prefer' trining"under of, vituperation foul abuse.on the beadof l he i is determined to have the Indians removed, 4.. The President-of ,the, United States S : man/acted; as Secretary Appropriate-

and of Lie present heavenly experience, sure the gallant and:venerable commander.of (rom' what Gen. Hopkins tells us., FinD faithful and true, his administration, lutions were introduced by H.-.A; -Bellows
1 I an that be would not only admonish us to commander who is known by his their'antagonists' forces; : with with' those of Washington and Madison, Esq.,'who spoke ably, reviewing Mr. Clay's
i cling to the Saviour, in sickness and in work," thap to 'serve in. the forlorn ranks iav a slight acquaintance the complete the glorious trio that'will. remainas public services. Gen. Frank Pierce followedin

health, but abjure us .not to delay to act or an officer who has only rendered himself HON. ARCHIBALD DIXON is'tbe successor army officers b re all of.whom are anxious, beacons to future ages,"pointing the true an eloquent eulogium upon- Mr. Clay's

: upon our first convictions that we might conspicuous in the battle field by the exhibition af HENRY CLAY in'the United States Senate o.be at the work. A combinemoYment coft&e of American hcy. public life ajid servicesTalluding particularlyto
give_our best power and full influence tor ; would soon relieve us of these troublesome ,5.-The, Army and ;NavyTheir: sword' ,conuectiol1..with: the, compromisemeasures. .
. God, and go to the grave with a hope.un- of daring feats of ground and lofty from Kentu ky. Mr. DON will take bis neighbors: The country in. this sectionwou.ld are never drawn but in their country's cause. Many of.oar oldest citizens at-
shadowed seat in that body in December next-Mr. will tended including several When
the tumbling. We honor clergymen.
by. long worldliness of the them for their'gallantry, and ,
_ _ _
past, and darkened,by no films of fear and CLAY'S resignation not taking effect until af soon-be settled. No,portion of.Flo- cherish them foe their patriotism. the news of Mr. Clay's death reached here,'

': ;/ doubt resting over the future. Tbe strong Franklin Pleree and the, "Widow erthe, of the present session. rida,can surpass i in natural advantages. 6. Our Yeomanry< and Volunteers :JBut the bella.were tolled and.the flags: were diSplayed
clol
) staff brokenand the beautiful rod i '% all ,.found the at half-mast. .' *
of few.faint
despoiled given up, hope General or are wanting
l-t- of its grace and bloom ; but in the light It may not be known to to'many of our Getr from General Scott In relation to Blake's.Ive. and that the day of Battle"!, ]Air:1 Yankee Doodle'! ; .,s t.' vRevolution- :. T
$ Governor
$ of }be Eternal promise and bv the power,of readers that,.at the time of the. elevation ofj Naturalized Cltlsent. success. anticipate.. 7.Themenabryof: : : Washington,, ** / f'1_ la Lower. California. '

I 1' Christ's,resurrection, we joyfully anticipatethe Old Tip" to the Chief Magistrary I ; the MAT 29,'1848.:' will not wait much longer before he 8.- The Sages and Heroes of the L.Re volution '
"i'l.I prospeet of seeing that broken staff erect, nation 'VAINa.TOl has General Hopkins after disturbers. of May each* returning'anniversary .I''of :1' The" Sari nciS,: l'd coOts the
well as at the time of bis decease, kind letter ih *
of
a SIR In reply to from Sail Lower
: 'oliowingletter
r and that beautiful rod clothed with celestial DEk your bur peace. f this. day ,find tbo';.Amerlcal\ .people more j. ;, .Diego, '
e grace, and blossoming with undying life and FRANKLIN PIECE of New Hampshire, was the 8th instant.. I 't take.pleasure::in, saying Youie&c; : JrP.S/: deeply sensible :'the J Stiog'a of 'grati. California, dated.May lSth; \ '\ .., .

'.-ir' J."._ blessedness. in the Paradise of God. a member of the ,Cnreu'of.tbe United that grateful for the too partial estimate you ::1 "t. some'cotnmentaupon tiide due the 'memory;of'.those'wh :'provid A.few'.days since, ,a. report"reached'thislace

. : States. Soon after the death of the old public services'you": me'no .[Our correspondent makes the truth, "..Thri armed. is. he who bath. his ? that anpther revolution had..broken put
: ." ::1. After the discourse, the'silver plate covering place onniy the policy-of'Gen. Hopki i -- -- ,- 11\'Lower California-that the insurgents or
heroa. ) :; passed:'allowing j the:,aged that in that I iofcial quarrel just. '
',1' ; jhe glass in the coffin was then removed, li a more, justice assuming Centertain" course;In 'small number of 9The revolutionists were'mafchiug: with amall
taking so a of
menwit ,. memory General Zachary Tay.
..:,f. and(Senators d Representatives'officers of widow of the decease President a.ama i ", kind and liberal! i vjews i toward,our naturaiizeJ '' lor-( r force"on,the'(own nf San', TomasVth'e;GOT-
i his T.
:)'! < i; .. the army and navy, members of the diploma.! sum -the his:year's salary ..citizens)' .Certainly,'it"would be him i in, "renewed' search'and:thinks ..1(k HeQiy.CIay-theod l ; ? "eof 5' >: :politicalidolatry i.I : l e'rnmerit'troops .ba&gone pot .;met.'th t,
t:.:" drew ought t to be-taken. into:Yccounth arid that 'the' i in
tic corps'and others near to 'look for towards bersupportduringthe few remain expense ; Like : parties' were"engaged: ::a
for to recommend,or' : vu tlje evening sun ,comes the
impossible .
.me support
s, ''::1.:. the. last time upon .what remained, of the- jug years of ,her.tte., This'Bill,FRANKLIN '-.them 'bis'.efforts;- This 'would,'doubtleS be memqryof( his former- days upon.cur o 1." skirm' I shingfignt"w eaIaeve6u, ( ie? Jefti'insearch'.of ;',
.v .0& loved and distinguished patriot. I IA4 any meuQIlntended'oexeode frO Don ,Ca U'tie Commande. ,,of
:: ? PIERCE: : .opposed; by. and:vote. k admitted on l"std'sU"thi' prospect renoofalj His son.has.set,resplendent amidst! .the.tears.,: ._, '
t. s and Lower{ :
i half past threr o'clock the corpse was both ;ic I just and foil parfecipatio, intaflpl it| with ; of a nation's sorrow. California,iwhp'had/passed throaghSanDeigo
, :: removed the railroad station,In charge of the] iisLocofocoism that malgnant'typethat'sornetthecLid [political rights ;to;; them,'by on ..;; .evenjui increased. 'or, was. ..apparent .-. ,:,1i.Ihe pres.ntCain.t1iooutJ f'. a few days preflous..on his;way;'

\i; : : Cor9.miUeIJ Arrangements, pall-bearers l ,! :'of f contributing, a pit publican oow.aclrec and ; but this prospect appears be gra pable/jthfir! enemies 'can'yoint to 'no.botch [&;&nta Barbara: .Yesterday a'notheCQ11-
jl' =.' escorted by a large number of, private..citizens lance the'poor' idow'! a : intiution' f'! r dually1 dying oat:and the non-fulfilment of work Irom.their b nds. !. :" .. nierirnived, bearing'the intelligence tba"ttb&
t afat Is true that, In a'a" Mason'of unusna] -i;
fJ.f. ; S'. and by the volunteer, companies..The 0 I bright'expectations i 'of;'wm6valbeingagafn; 12..Nn-intefCrenceEOping,: "J' ourselvej.n revolutionary l party. baa been successful'. ,aid
S.' ..b. coffin was deposited a special car, Wliig. President... .. 1I xcitement, Bpme yearsao,,wei both parties -. realized.''r 1 We? : free.f /from ill. entangting'aIIceswitU freign nave taken the.,ton of San Toma*: ,They.toot'
:J!;.. .9.;,, which'.was trimmed_ itb'mou ni g., | I for :Pierce.Xponvention [ .complainedjf frauduleptpracties 1 \ ':the : sapppse.our[nexVtegislaturewilUeel countneii we will bever'quit'ou'r'own berPadret'Vfho'aited' as'Grfneral of the
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thousands of of both G Ir.aol..1 it i incumbent qponMm'to! take a Goyrnrnenyparty: ,b.& flklcalde 1 ; of ihe
rI:4 .There was persons naturalization of foreigners, and i when there to st d'oo foreign' ground.-; *' hit! vTi. '> ,
;.. : sexes at,the,depot, and far out on the line of ; cl the;"Free&il Democracy: scented to be danger that native and adopted tug' tLt the' work rand then, again i ,'. "nshall J '13J.rhe Women of America;.;i While.thej _t9wi -;rleoiiers'puthenifl downtbcoiintry.'scSeyeral) |r6ni, and badr.trientrcff

the vaiIradio \' the departure foreverof held ; see what(weshall l see1ED. REP?t continue be the mothers of. onr statesmen
i g be remains of:one. :who. bad long' arid recently Muscbustt resled..to tienw I.d., .be permanently.arrayetiagarnst J adbeise'the glory ol ourIsraelitt'neverdepart. were killed! on both $Tdee among the number

.t". favorably been;known; in their m'wUt\ the ucE and .J> euhother. !inbtie factions, I.W :G EN..Scprr'AHD FATHER RiTCHiE.;"Somof 'Song-.-.**Jeani 'i Boanitf Blue Een jiotoriobs: 'Len. wbo commanded ;the

G: scene, of bis.: most glorious Senatorial :, ROBERT RAHTOUI. has;at "cavec inclined to concur in the opinion,'then avow the Whigs and part'of the Democrats't66, "' party:that Ttilled 7Amencan; yaBr Ness,
f1! ="t. triumphs.; As if in accordance, thitgeneraljfloom i.in"and 'goesin for"tbe' ; "; :'g';lus' par. that may like to hear.what'was said by their'olc 'P'oiunieer'oa.4". : 't': 'r: a d'hi5'oinpriiorome; 'lime" :aio.s; The
the heavens with v ed by many leading, ; statesmen eom e '"Father the BartoloOli- rumors/'U to tbO'ientioh or objects bad.inyleWf .
: 'were .coveed. Fuw *"" 3 TS t f rr- *' opponent' Ritchie71 in regard So their : .By.the: President Day, :
a c which N ; .,Plal ;and. .WIUUI,R. nofian.ofbe atuxattzaton laws hight Whig nominee for l by the revcraUonists mneh"Ia'
dark clouds, .scondischarged President/\We quote then. veros. The"UAjo :\CreateIy, public] vir. ; vary
I'I...l ', contents, like fountains of lean at,,the. sad KIKO; ,/ .: b, riecessary in ordertoprevent.ab.uses, a]1- fromahe Washington Unioi'of,1848. Kr tue',may it perpetuatedAby} 'ooUUcal. wis- their (snoT. *"Sob "say thi'intOnd'toeet*pasarlIndependent'Hepobli

i eveat, and subsequently.a beautiful! rainbow fa.r1yAx' BPREN; an'd';his' abolition lay strife,'and restore harmony between the General: 'Scot'tf: is f fatf'blde sbldier;"thaiiGenVTaylor 7 1t r, 'decla'iinI.that;

9 epanne41ht firmament.. gang!lit. New, -York, will i also,cordially' Blip: different classes of our,people.. Bojt lateral. ,:one who is' at least equally, ijnot Bd: a'Vi' .'President, &.MW&enian they-'can 'aever1 prosper aod t the'MexicaaGoretnmentfotberj
; ."F There wa sabbath stillness througont the portthe fainting. J penl nee and reflection have entirely reinovedthiIim.prsaianand wore accomplished,'and, who'has.dis'Jn'i General Scott: The man who.when apri- ayifnaf they i intend to
r. afternoon;;and night, ae ''ar1t.intsib GnerfPJE. t .i _dissipated my app hen. squished. himseirby! : more,' aad as'brilliari sonet.at..Qaebecon deck-:'ofariisltransport. ; hoFr theAthOcaji'aand' k 'feoteetibniithe i ifr >

ing.;been, almost entitely suspended.; and r e'Battle. krchJpp. ;' sions." +;( L,, :. mules'd ririg the:war;who : pfdr d'V: era ,defended the rights of", thosejwenrocali.obligauons Arqericaa GovernmentThishbvif-'
: never befor.ay. the Washington II, In mr: recen'cam'paigb'in Mexico i aerj' ] riuiaid }the castle ahd the Capital'of Mei ty.thr e 1nisbmeubyinaisting pntherOci p ever, I regard as'mtwfaAoi i it is not known
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.have we seen more grief mamfe'sted..at the General SCOTT,* in'his" gallant charge.t l large proportion tbo'men-urder'm-em. icondop, too.'who b s n ore q aJit s"ol :,of Uegiance'a4protec.tionTis ; what'their iriten:ona'areiny'o mbf'"s1 Q

demise of a great t public man at the nation's the 'memorable1 J )battle'of;' Chfppewa'mad"' mald.wero your: ( t'. lvil1i.. and. is better nown's a'Whig.1" one ,who.can ,safelybe itraatea.witBthe ,( thai it Isa Btragx between those la lfit
q! cifrtal. than on. this occasion.- ., use o' the 4--v g 1 language: i ** *> m'ans' &c..i *! ''witnessed1 %ith.'admiratioi .f-, <,[Wcishi'. ."gt' ,.-f,Unfon., \:I84.,. (* lights of ourfqteignpopulation; ;".- :f l"' ii4 those out_ of officei rfor'the'littleplunderi"L'v ; !
: Bat be if gone,from among s, only.to bej > .7 their zeal],;fidelity;! and.valor: m; inaintainin d r. : remembered as on,. of,the.most' jilustriowofartb $The 'tnemyiy'1bat. we 'a oarflaginlheface'pffl'e iger.1- 1'iein-ii be& -.DJUta OF" G" ;C.uuot1."We'regr' : '-;te ,Uw.vLiberty.andWeUajeortb; adthOi1id relyng'uf,6n 'the-wiakeeofrth'e

.Deeply! as.the cou Y.feeIaJb 10o('lbot tndj; ar"g other'arid onr''native'born:.soldiers'i n "' nounce the"death.of,Gov? JAMBS'S. Cit United' State.. *; K--, -Ju ,.*. ; teiveriiuent i&'d1h'tbi i g.

butt it may denvesome; eonsolalion, from] I-CoU the Eleventh 141 .:tat ,sme ranks in atroism/tnstncy'ah: H?1ff of the Territory of NeyvMexico; .I1e q ByD,1'RDanhain.Thatparty.whicb< ;:, The\yhig; 'parte. lth"thCrii bend, !ae no le gIDr.'th

:, .tbejj oaaesaionof ,.connfels; irdich .all ban slanderCm*f .ROE!f. I- hetoI f' rrng'I'\W\ b'aPP1t.l lIed at noon the 30th'June' on-2tbetpramet first"ana .J las 'aaberesftthe : .a authority1; io \.- of,i the'ironeit.jart. ;, _. ., _f-i ,.',;'!-" t. 1-,!

.iearned ,to reverence: 'prodaet'of."hit, Hjjinen' ptejt&.'! e:prfy! H 8 t9f! brothers feld ,stat be,,to ri afihe"Miesoui'line..Hishealthhad; beat Federal Union j and is,alik epposedjofIus ; '1 '. :! : : '.
J salute home.1 .' liE1or'som. Disunion Sioe iiii:- M si J.X' ir'r "oF ['lb'tv sW
jaffteioas and elevated pai ji'T t lth'gleaming [ then as. time,1; aud.withthe bope of imiprdvlng } : 9 1 !! !
., Utemaa 'is no more. May: biavordJiye| and Jbtare_pfficer, !rU.b.v .bay 1:':T rejni /dear sirwith; .peat'esteemyoarjly.iis it."he,had started to theState8'andwiibhis erin and Inteyentioq ty -... ', T" n' na ..C andletfor; ;Governor, ;

., like& precious heriuge, to ward of, the peIodl onetand flashing swords upon t'brlaej.aodjthe'Amencaqarmy'was'vlctorida : ;J i.t. v. "WINFIELDSCOrTivWM.E.ROB1KM5 ; : : :'way hither{;at Uhs'-time.;<3fhu. .By.F. Bridier. The,,Kiy"we- \ceiebrateoA.rJie iu11.S"1Wa\bud .l'A X.1,1ItUOO tOf L1eQi
rjtg! df Mctional'strife and trengthea %- :I Esq"' & la.t1f1 r. ..t.t jj ijV' pf.vtbei FreDcht''whj. < i Dut GQT @or ine1n 'IH )te ttb 1 "
., ....__. i 'Il/l .. .q.<- memory.', gav .-. .. ." .'

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nit'weel" landt _,tin I 'NaYlrtoD D".' _- 11' .n. ->. 'S.'fI' 1 to,aU season,for cig0
the "oiv''ai :9-Q.xrot8i.c
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I wild diseordant sounds heartfelt and,deep J Te lew. and 'alendldsIde-wle4 Itum lii; ,, : ,j4w ', ,, I ." 'PATQ 'q cOoTU.: : .: L ; ,)t >: -'n''rmmt: r't1tI..T1 1l. 5w4sssramiis sssttJtoaa&S8S3

Echo takes np the strain from bill and da1e' SATE OPOEOlQIAf J2 lois egister. t- 1t !,\.t,51\- !, ,_ M IE 8troSCRlBERhatIDI aev a1 ycat -.a:A"" u. between ChaFUsVm- Sa- :
nations .3 bas U: .L experience in teuhlnghaa concluded to is.tablish Y&rmahf'1Ia"&h. 8kUJohn' river. # 3
lamentation Such Q
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sighs a weep- Ct \Wat t : < ,
The
i j.A Savannah .e4g : bit.School fA this place.&a4 esp ctfqlly flowInth.baa been
nr: adopteoVwhldiLeave
f TWip is'hnshed! With 1 1hand. fel| Peath the 2d a( June,:;and wrtnr alternate Wodnet. ..a ni mt cnrr or''BIW TOIEC' invites the b14o.1q.u.d testitsmerit&, .t = b0arf'affli$ kuddeparturestth.. 9Ksteyss et.-SSfrout
It will be his &h -
r O'er the. rich chorda with reckless. touch has, daytbereafter-say on the 16th 'and SOth June. sonstanieffort to.CI11t ate the, 'S art maliag ft
r .' 14th aDd 28th.Julyi 10th and &hAugustand He t4Itesthi attent1aT.fM&rebiataPbye4clansAnd riendahip and esteem of his pupils:'aDd to Instil Charkstoa ewrTuetday at 12 o'clock'ii. Eloasetathe& as ooofcrtaWo
,moved, ,ao his with the those principles which tend to develop the.humanttUect LMwSaTaimah Smtbi aid"hht aeeuamj
: every Wednesday 4' ". .
; & theemmutyt Stk. at x tiOoa for .
breath on "L) onl' ui.U1Iirt4
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chilling '
And playing o'er the firings with Cabin assurance- to beFreshof and to refine the heart.' v j i Leave Jacksonville My. .}.
Passage to every Thursday at 10 "Ak. .
Has stilled the music which a D&LioaloY'ed;' Through Tickets Ptebla11' | prim* acles at a low prices at 'Without being in the least seetarl: the I'n. Le4v. Kcolata every Thund-1;a '2 .*. The s becribwwoild the South ny .MMrtfeutar'hose ..
qaty. lute1 will be conducted 4, ,' ii. '* visiting for htalih. and the bes.
religious '
funeral tread :' I they can market of the South principles.' L rrmniiNo7f,
mournful march II heard-the e. ; ; i 9 P any fltof our de ghtlul chaste hvt hah faa
,By most Leave Palatka <
.' ; thorough'-syitem of reviews and ex- at *' rre to
every Friday T ; .
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,Of minions following to,the envied tomb, .m'shlp been built with"entire regard tolafety :\ ; ?. _.j"'.-HE -f' aminsthns'wheh'experienee ba suggested,.the Leave PIeolatA every Friday 10 &f ) their 2te'S.bizarrangi.bets5to ,
'immortal opoJoft and,dispatch, and new and OFIE. Prfncip*! flatters:himself that Lcave 'z.i. uias ailybo may gIvhim sca. .
The last remains of the dead.' otre CheWlnc Tobacco & Old Knowledge oneeaoqulred'eannot l&e1tsoDtilluYel1 Fild,/>" >3 > .. .po
; Llquonnd ;,K ortabl. and weD
to > Clga eared for. '
frcUitie business .
endless has veiled s world in glookuE'en a i !For. i be lost- ,, \ t Lea" Sayannah every Saturday at 9 "!AiH 0 _.;
Whose gain
Cutlery, OyThTkfl.h 'i
'VI.ne. : ,
Fne ,
apply to Grea.\iDdoeaxenu Stags l Ia
passage 1 > i; & *,, are oft'ered-in the way'.of The FJonda"hai been built under the special HOllIe" .,Agency. &I ,w. :
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t, 1I4DELFORD, PAYco:, Jewel .. health and beauty of situation-to parents,wish superintendence of Cosetter. w,9 -
distant lands have" caught the saddened. 'Agnt In &T&hJ- : }The LADEES be think 'taany aclaapted ing to send their children from home as BO pains an( accommodations Capt.for'passengers and are her"aDalJl'o speed :.. z SAMUEL.BUITINGTO ,, i.1 t
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to their wants and will be Spared in for their March J8.
strain tlof b providing comfort and passed by any boat ever placed on,the St.John1 J851.-6m. .paorU&TOaJ
with fierce Bosarris July8.-tf 'Agents PhiladtlpbIa.ProcIamation wl, glad to exhibit and .CA. enioymdit. : -: l freight '
bold Bolivia's eons I and.passage as low as -by other line.
And will SODA any -A.ltonJh1DClntt'litreace
: bayej. In a few daysa The discipline ."ID.inflexible though farther r 'tCo
'i mDd Any information
be
. 'claim ,. : and keep .constant supply and persuasive., f can obtained byspplJn&tO 'rhe Cash, Smem''
FOUNTAI w ? either of the '' 'AdHtet1
I, To swell the throng. A aingl nation's train BY" THOMAS... : BROWN,"GVEIoI OF ; ISOOA WATER,! 'o' 1 ,.The course of instruction includes all th *brai .' J. W; CALDWLLL undC'M'lgne4cents.Charleston.: at the new GROCERY kPIVJVISI 1fs-roU

TJ all too small for such a world-wide fame :, FLORIDA *: and Srnpsoftbe Tery best'quality and-flavot. hes of thorough finished 'English lEducatlon, Eo W.BUKER.\&nnah.- .- { of the Subscriber,l."th ,,Uttl. .i1 I !
HEREAS has m\ JOHNMPAYE..i7ATED..Qe' ind. a,foil preparation for any College class. BELLECHASSE Jacksonville
but Clay will live. W rjnne24rT &F1NNEGAN, J' ,
Dust to dart return ben W '
may to .'that WIlLIM' maek -who : : ,ENGLISH STUDIES:: \ > : '. --, "' .!tJ&ebonY'We. JAYING jast received aid'o :large ". .
His too bright heritage cease ; .r R.R. S :
was iras convicted Court held in aD | r twoTgobd'CARPEN ,Orthography; Reading Penmanship Phonography S S REID, Palatb.. LR and elegant Stock of'Goo diieUcted1riS
Freedom and Hope his name will ever give for 'uta County,'(SpringTerm, 18) of a .TV TERS, to,wiom ages win be ;Grammar; Geography; ; Ancient ;and Mod- .'M&reh3l-3m. Btpress to the demand of this MarkML

The watchwOrd first of right and then of peace. &t ad battery, and sentenced imprl-- pyQ,and employment for good_ ,eble time era History; Rhetoric; ,Book-Keeping? Compo I I The steamer THORW will I take pleasure la InformIng t,.'eitise** of ,this r.
S S S S Inment. ofeixinonthe. In the jail of Duval Cua insured.- Apply at this office.. jane 24 tioD'and Declamation Botany; the Bible 'Vocal Leave place and surronadinS country.that they are eow I!
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tythere being no jail In Putnam County:) Ansio '" "> Jacksonville on, every ready for sale, at remarkably tow rates for CASH
The march is ended and they turn away wher'said Davenport alter being 'And of'Florida,' Circuit Court/Marlon. '<,Drawing : } Saturday,:.morning at'8 .a .m.*.for.Enterprise. only!.An enumeration of the tanlUtodinoa arti .

With downcast eyes and heavier, slower mein. County &several weeks, broke therefrom stte. 'J' ,Count. ,-:'. -' : .; SCIENTIFIC. -.>, COURSE.to t teaching Picol at 1 past 13 P. lIS.. aa41oa" witlftrhlch my Store i* i.i. deemed II I
Green be the garland Fame has wreathed for: and escaped -' Littleton B'Lewis -' Intellectual ..and ,Natural Philosophy; at Pilatha Monday a'8 a. m..arrie a' Eaterprise unnecessary I suffice it to say that I have 1' t
Now thereor I. TH; MAS JOW'Governor f w.. .. > Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic; Geology, ,' ; at or 1 before for Tuesday; 10 p. mi; Lean I&IQe day thing (Ian dry'goods) desired in the-way of jJ
Pilatka '
Cray of the State of Florida,.do' hereby'-charge andcommand Abnerl D. Johnson lmh arriving there Wednesday Falllllr 8U lie.-'- H.TJTI .
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And o'er his grave the turfbe ever green! al the civil officers this'Stat. and Francis It.JOh'ID. } 'Bill I Chancery.' _" ;* MATHEMATICAL, ',COURSE., f mommnagain and arrive at.1 acksoavius touching at-Pioolata. at 2 p. J acUoDYille. ,Fla.. Feb. 19.,.nrJ..tt.. ,111IJ .
;all citizens to aid and the same da1. Way -
upon good William Arithmetic' lU. .
Lastinger; ; Algebra; Geometry; Trigonome11'Surve1lDg :Ie gersla.nde at point on the river m"j 'R"KD..tv.i i a
apprehension of. said Davenport, and safe de- and John Johnson Mensuration Analytical Geomet:1 any Fresh j .
Clams
DIED, to the Sheriff of,said hs : ; ; I For passage or freiirht. apply on board. Lo1>st>n & Salmon. .
At his residence in I Jacksonville East-Floria& lver; Sheriff of any County County in'this Duva'or_ TT appearing t'the satisfaction of the Court, ; Differential and Integral Calculus. .P. &-The day that the THORN is unem 'huE subscriber hMOohanifA) ist received from :

on Tuesday. J nly 8, 1852,SA vrai; G: WOOTTO, .Ma..-Snid Darenpor*i.abmit 6 St. inches M. by affidavit this case filed,that the above- "Sjt CLASSICAL COURSE : ployed Jacksonville, will be appropialed for M._Boston,a supply oC the above-name4juxu. I "

Esq. Mr. Wootton was a native Virginia, but high;light hair;stout built; blue eyes f; 82 & named defendant William Lastiner,!resides b ,Latin; Greek; German; French.A towi g vessels to sea.or la the'',river' ;.or Jot nell in Cans put up for keejiJnr. They are per- tf
had resided in the city of New York for many if age Broke out of jail on the night of the 21 yon the limits ofthe State of Fnd.to wit t :!coUrse of Lectures'will be- towing rafts,,should' any-, offer.. % -. feebly fresh add will walnut*.for a long thEe" : )
delivered dnrinj state of.
years where he was engaged in the mercantile :, of Georgia of M. 'eb:191852-3m. I preservation twin* hermit fly.wen. f f
business. Being driven to a more southerly cli- Witness band and'tbe' Great Seal Whit Smith, Esq.,Solicitor for the Complainant, the; ,year upon Philosophy and'Chemistry.: The J They are an .excellent article for family BMW be
my it'is ordered that the' said Defendant, School will be furnished with a new set of apparatus NEW HACK LINE ins a fine relish for a regular ueal for WheoK
mate in search of health he took op his residencein of the State of which I have Wiia or j
this place some time last Fall. Here he had *:*****. to be Florid. Done Lastinger, do appear and ane the Bi and ,will afford ample opportunities for becoming From,Alligator: :Ocaia Florida They are'unseasoned so that Masoning eaabeapphed 'j

enjoyed at least a comfortable degree of health :?EAt"** cud Capitol at Tallahassee, this a Cmplait, according to ; or te same be acquainted with Science'and the practical, "***" according to taste. for: sale, at W cents
until in April last, when he undertook journey ******** day Of JMy A. D. a cOfe d against him. operation of its laws.- The subscriber takes thfa method per"can, by ; 8. 8. TYLER (b ;, i
of business to the northern parts Alabama and 182.THOMAS And it is further ordered,that eopy of thU order The Academic year will be divided into four informing the public that he has Mon".be''HQ&C.&A4Lu: lta.ldl I
Mississippi. ..The fatigue or this tiip proved too Governor of Florida. be published in some andpublished quarters eleven weeks each.Students* may enter now in successful Operation, upon this route;comfortable -' ma127-at., -" '__ __ _,JacbolwiUer. '. :;
in newlppr.prL after the commencement of any quarter and and safe two-horse HACK 'which' it .
said run .
sank
for him and he under disease
much Governor. fou
the
gradually NotlCt "
By n\
months.THOMAS DOUGLAS be harged only from the time their admission.TERMS in connection with the Eastern and Western "
exhaustion. With barely enough strengthto Attest 'C. W. DOWNING, MONTHS ;' .
f
after daU I win .
Stages from ; prenmV ,
SIX
get home.after many delays from illness on the July : [News.] of State. -Judge,"c. &o. .Alligator Newnansviile and to and ay :,
vouchen
Hon.Coun
8t &retar June Ocala by twice }o of
way he had the satisfaction to return a few days 22dr A. D. 1852. jnne24NEWGOODS Board and Tuition; including lights, [fuel, and on Mondays Micanopy and, a'-weckt leaving Alligator Probate of Hamilton county;:and'ask to7 be discharged F :I1 '
to his decease to die in the bosom of his NEW Session of Thursdays upon the arrival -
five
previous BARY.- washing, per months $120 00, of the Eastern from the administration of the istat.ot
iamily. In the death ot Mr. Wootton. this town .' : German or French extra, "- ,Stages, and run, through to Susannah Lowelateol .
600i Ocala ,. IlanUtoioonntydecess.
Bread so as to connect the from Palatka .
Stages to '
has lost a valuable citisen. Band generous and Music (including use of.Piano) -1500 ed. 'a" K-V i' 4. )
he had friends even daring 'his heretofore between Tampa Bay, on Tuesday and Friday nights. .&
candid, won many rwiHE co-partnership existing 0, W, BABTOKT Fancy Drawing 5001 He further JO1LWLowi,,
short residence here ; but, from his family who JL Myeri and in the conductof ": Painting in Water Colors, 9001 would ;assure passengers who may ''II ., -Administrator. '5
Copman. take '.5
his S
fond and affectionate Day street,,four Doors ," line at Alligator or Ocala, that if they "
are the greatest sufferers a the Baking business, been dissolved, blow.r. Joseph Oil 12 00 desire 131 MV'fliT, SMITH."r1 .jj .
head has been removed; and we assure them the the snbsciber desires to make known to the public : tIncll.ding Instructions in Perspective from Na be accommodated proceed on with to Black Creek; they shall ". S -. \,. .' JlisAUo '1'A' ., ,"

warmest sympathy of consoling friends in their that he will hereafter carry on said buine8 singly. HAS JUST RECEIVED,'per Steamer from / at reasonable rates of fare com'ortable"eonnyance' if theme AiIgabor;!. .,. 1852. ;nax 1Um'r :' "
. deep affliction. Mr. Wootton being an Odd Fellow He has made full preparations to supply the-town North;a new and splendid assortment (Payable quarterly,in advance.) through to that ; as continued' ., r. "
point. : -
interred with the honors of the frater and other with excellent BREAD of. and N U C,J'', ) f" "
was purchasers very ; Fancy Staple, Spring and Suuer' FOR DAY STUDENTS. :1 Every attention within'his power,'as-to the _' ":';:': .
nity. PIES and CAKES which he is.now delivering DRY after date I. w-ffl "preaen.bH a. IS '
comfort of
i- English and the 'of Stxmonth
passengers safety J.
Studies and Mathematics > (10 00. baggage -
In St. Augustine on the 10th instant, P. CZTUTRA regularly at the houses of customers. HOSIERY; GLOVES, & S ILL Including the Scientific Course 12 00 will be rendered and he most respectfully : o!'the Estate of Wm. t, ,.
Esq., MAYor of that city agedabout He takes this opportunity of expressing his with a assortment of D8 Good.WARES '- Latin and Greek, '- 15 00 solicits a share of the public pat-onage. Johnson, deceased to tho&.Judge'of Probate '..
for II
thanks for the liberal evidences of Columbia .
45 years. encuagementwhich = advance. CHARLES F. FITCHETT.1Neirnansville county audj atfcr foe (.final settlement .
he has received and ALo' (Payable quarterly ) 'I and allowance of the and of discharge "
already
,
same,
At Point Isabel Texas on the 25th March last fully asking a continuance of the whe resct JEWELRY, ; 4 GENTLMN 't'A liberal deduction Will ba made for pupils in 7,1852.15-3m.EwLHABBISOirfiCO'. .from the adminutrUk said Estate.r my '
P
,
Mr. A. J. HEDEICK formerly a resident of this sme. .RIB-MADE : he/Primary studies. '
the bread GREE:
ranted In claiming for which he Address.N.F. JOHNSON.
*
of his In the deathof ofet .BROWN. i
L
place, in the 28th year age. -A' "
in all the essentials Administrator
qualities unsurpassed
.
Mr. Hendrick the community in which he to make the staff of life palatable, pure and go An .omet Gentlemen's Ray-mel" ne erenee.., A1tigatorJai.8I852.6aa;' --'i

lived has lost a useful citiien and his Mr.family H's remains a- wholesome. He will continue to u the best flour, CLOTHING. Hon. WILLARD HALL Rev< S. R. WIWKOO. ON BAY STREET.BRICK FRONTING1 BUILDING.LEDWITH'S. -'_. .l\T........"'.. .. '. ..
affectionate ,
devoted and protector. June 10 2m '
which with personal experience in the art of Baking i I Rev. CORRY,CHAMBERS, Capt. H. B. NONES- '
were followed to the grave and buried with JACKSONVILLE,, FLORIDA.., AL1' PERSONS havin&uy delWldup1\
the honors of the Masonic fraternity, of which he good, justifies hi. i promising h customers ,James ,W. Bryant, lage.Wilmington Del. Rev.,DeL T.: Dr.BRADFORD MrLLEK.Brandywine,Dover Del.Rev.Vile. 00- ... the estate RolanOoberts, late ,ot C0.- I
Brea ; lumbia
honorable member. county,deceased hereby
and art 1I.&a41opreaent
was an exemplary and families any where within ATTORNEY AND COUSELR.AT.Wt J.E. Rockwell, Brooklyn N. Y.; Hon..J. OnPHANT mIlE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform them duly authenticated within the time S'I

the lit of the town supplied at an early hour Will (except when buines may require his ab Dr. A. r..'Bup>, Medford N. J." Teach- Ja.-. their friends and acquaintances that they prescribed by law, or they wQ) be barredr:and aD
Arrivals at the Bnflliigton House. I Price,-5 cents per loaf. sence,from ) attend to Profe8ional lT --T Eo. HTATT, ;ey.Taos. CAN Rev. Z. hue established themselvesin the ;mercantile indebted to said canto are
ever persons requested to
HENRY COOPMAN.may pintment in the Court of the Eastern ap A. MANSFIELD %WilminotonDel. L. I3&nxows, business in this place, and are now receiving and make,immediate payment to the unoevsigne4.i .** f!
opening at the.stand above named, full assort' '
BUFFINCTON PROPRIETOR. 2 tf___ _ and Federal Court for the Andc ver, Mass. nov 27,51-ly a A.-.J. T..WRIGHT, -
8. I Northern District of Florida. ment, consisting of Dry Goods, Fancy Articles ,Sheriff off
-JOHN 0. HATELY : Jacksonville Female, Institute. Groceries, Hardware,Boots,'Shoes, HaU, Caps, t er admiaistraton iI i ;
My 5. JlIly 8- ATTORNEY AT LAW HB WILT ALSO ACT AS AGENT Bonnet; &c. &c. with every variety of.goods -S 'Tax C 1tecjoj$ s i!. -
T. E. Buckman Fla. II. L. Bryant do. or general in the State, respecting ,InIs iNSTITUTION, having been in sue usually kepUJn a Dry GoodiStore., Which f>Y VIRTUE of the rested in"me"by?
July 6. 11, M. Barclay! ,jr. do. OFFICE BLUNTS grants and donations' of lands, and the location. .,'cessfnl operation for more than two years,' they offer, for sale as cheap as they can,be JL9 Law I shall expose for powtr sale before the Court )
John Haddock do. j Col.- 11.Timn-nn", 8. C. COLUMBI COUNTY o t Belling thereof.. will hereafter be under the joint control of purchased at any establishment in the Southern Hoaaa door ID the town ,of ,.Pahtka, eounty_of

P. Moody, and lady E. F. Bnckmaster, do. will practice, the Courts of the Eastern ALSO AS AGEl r MISS 'P. 8WART-ANDWR8. M. MARLOW.Mrs. country ; their entire stock having been"selected Putnam, on the first Monday la September'K52
Jacksonville. July 11. District for the collection, of upon the United MARLOW has lately been connected with by one of the firm, with much care and attention' between the legal hours of .'., tho following de-
Cot J. S. Sammis Fla. John Reeves, Fla. sept.II. tf. States for Military or other services, pensions, one of the most popular Academic at Greenville, and with a view particularly to this market they scribed property or so much;.hereof as will pay
F. C. Gibbs M. Varner Ga. supplies furnished volunteers, and for horses or S. C., and brings With her the highest testimo- flatter themselves that they will jp enabled to the State and county Taxes \due thereon for the
May Port Mills, lion. 1. EL Bronson, Edmund. Whitney, i other proprt110st.for which the United States nials of her character and success as a Teacher give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them rear 1851,to wits 18,000 aef more or'lest, of
Henry Holmes, Fla. St. Augustine. and legally qualified : is She'also refers to Col. B. M. PEARSON and Mr. with their patronage, both as to the prices and Land,situate.lTirg, and belt g in Seetioa 88,of
Commione \ a for Foreign Business. J. W. B. will also WM, D. BrtRSHAM of this place. | quality ;their gofKis c Township 10. S.,of Range Sf E. Section ST of
Inapctor.otLaber. < attend to the collection of Claims and other Professional Miss SWART tenders her thanks to her frienchanet The Subscribers win be constantly receiving Township 11, S.,aM Range 25.E.; and Section
T ST OF LETTERS remaining in the May found, when Coanty..e"icl desired, on Bues.in England and on. the Continent -. ,the public generally for the liberal patronage such addition. to their Stock, as the stato.of 33 of Township 10, 8., and ttange 28.[ B..and
.l.7P06t. Office at Jacksonville Fla. July 1st, b inquiry at t h office., of already received and respectfully informs them the market may require and,ha1in1; made arrangements Section SIt; of Township 11, f\t't"and Range 28 E .

.1352. June 10 Replblc, his kbsenoe3ons W. PRIC Es., that;' by the recently formed association with in New York, orders can be suppiied maid Land being returned as the properL1 of R:
A. Manning, W. It. i tm CDr' stead in Florida. Mrs. Marbw which goes into'operation on the at the shortest possible notice. ; > bertMcHardy, by.G. R. FaibaDAget1L,
Adams, Wm.Allbritton Mc tro, tJoloman D. Agency for Scott &{Co'g : Add8Jaonve.Em Florida. 1st of March,an additional number of pupils cane Hides. Tallow Beeswax,and Buck tiamt,will r.a ; 1BYD"' Ie

,Noah S.Aust Montgomery, Nicholas REVIEWS.rMlHE ,+ ) received into the institution to whom a faith- be received in exchange for goods. M Ass* fc coiri'lt.& coutrtI'alatb
Fredonia Morse, John S. undersigned ha been duly authorized,'by Sale. ful and'conscientious-discharge' of duty will be Friends and customers are respectfully solicitedto ; Feb.19, 1852-tda. 0 '.. s sp'1'
Ashley, C. Masters, John. JL LEONARD Esq., to receive orders and Admnitrator's cheerfully given by both the teachers. .\ J call and examine this stock before puichajinc
&OT. { Sale.Ofr : Ktato or ..tDwva1'Satali
B. Mills, Sally receipt for the British Reviews, ng "otD !*ttrs. MARLOW Will devote particular attention elsewhere v1&l HARR SON, FloriflaCowatj- ,
-
subscriptions
Bonden Mary MwCoy.J ofT t Wednesday,time 25th of August, there will to the French Department as well as to the usual c- J. P.SANDERSONSeptember ; A.FtJbl'." :, -" -
Earth Charles F. 3 Moore W S. consisting London Review offered for sale,on the pltOD of JOHN English studies. 1, 1. ,tf. J .- ." > -* ,
Booth, Wm. J. N. Quarterly EL McINTOSH late of Doal deceased Joseph Falana, .> ,
Bush, IsaacBloome Kelion.s Rebecca Edinbur% Ri between 300 and 400 head of,stock and other :: Ternu per Quarter ofdntn week> Dissolution of Co-Partnership. BILL FOR DIVORCE..

Charles.Neven. Patrick The North, <, cattle; a number of sheep horses and hogs ; Orthography reading writing and Co-partnership heretofore be- T appearing to the Court 1 1.affidavit,,that
Braddock. Albridge o. The Westminster-Review, : waggons timber, and other carts; a quantity of arithmetic, .. .- $4 DO THE R. Boulter P.Moody, and existing H. b..'W B.Joseph Falana, defendant to the above-stated
Briggs, Cyrus Odom Charlotte AND Plantation utensils, household furniu.&0. A. Grammar geography and history, b 00 Clarke under the style of R. BOULTER ft CO., Bin resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court
C. Osborne Hamilton Blackwood's so a very.valuable Checkering The.higher branches of the English is this day dissolved by mutual consent.'by the and out of the State of Florida,but within the
tAlso '
Cottle A. S. 2 P. Edinburg Magazine. a very,valuable Steam Saw Mill), in complete education . .i -600 withdrawal of IL E. Wi dark United States, IT is paoiauvthat publication
Clark Hannah Pelot Cbas. H. 2 TERMS : order and ready' for operton-wlth. the Extra'charges for instruction in the French :;Tbe business will hereafter be conducted by emade l in.some'newspaper, *no.a week for the
Caldvrell, Robt. A. Pope Jacob For any one of the four Revews. $00 per a. site.-containing, about 100 acres lnd. and snguage and drawing. Messrs. Boulter and Moody under the name and space of Three Months requiring said defendant
Crawford, Wm. 2 Pacetti Antonia For any two, 0 '1 houses and buildings siuawd.thereon con The musical department of this Institution, is style of R. BOULTER i CO. to appear*plead to, or answer said Billet COBV
I Cannon Danl. Perkins Pelteah For any the' do. 7 0 nected with the Mill. i 83 horse power, under the charge of Mrs. BRYAN, an accomplished It. BOFLf ER.' plaint on Monday the eecon.i day of August ensuing -
Clemens & Garham Panking, J u. L.Pcckham For a ofhe Reviews, 8 0 work gangs of upright and one circu, performer on the Harp Piano Forte and Gni- Pi MOODY.H. the date hereof or the mid -Bill will:bo ta-
D. James 2 For Magazine, 3 0 l sw called an Edger; ha attached a fine tar,.. Pupils from the country can be accommodated E. W. CLARKE ken pro COW/MM against hiat and such further
Davenport, Wm. R. For Blaekwood and three Reviews, 9 0 wh.a railway and a car to.convey lumber to with board in respectable. familieg.'froni order given ui th% premises an to the Court may
Drmere, Paul Rocbel,John G. For Blaekwood and four Reviews 10 (< sme. $12 to *15 per month.Feb. .' Persons having claims against the above firm.those leemmcett
Denham, A. Roberts Thomas PAYMENTS TO BE MAD IS ALL CASES 1:ADVANCE... There is'at the a sufficient dept of water 2S-tf '. are requested to present them for settlement, and '4 tHOMAS DOUGt'.z".
Daniel Moses Rosenblain J. ; CLUBBING. for vessels to whar Indebted threto are notified to make settle v -. ,'Judge,&o.. ke.t:
Donigan James Ranton J. D. Frar copies of any or all of the above works Terms of sale are cah. and nothing will be received 'For Sale-Private or PuMic.J& ., m lJ.t. STATE 01' FLOBIDIJ \

F. Roberts Augustus wi be sent to one address on payment of the reg I in payment gold, silver and bills of &' The subscriber having Entered into aM May. 3, 1852. > .1m .' may 6 .County Dnval. ) ._ ,.. ', f
Furman Mary Roberts A. C.Foreakera subscription for three-the fourth copy being, banks of the city of Savannah and Charleston. : to locate in another IIa.uxaz'V.Giz.'nxaerk of tho Circuit
Join M.Fuller COLUMBUS I B. A. PUTNAM- jpositive engagement Paper HanigDepot Court of the Eastern Circuit cf Florida for Dual
Nathan Roberts DREW S ,
gratis. State, offers for sale, at reduced prices about 400 .
Paul C. Reillcy, John Florida Republican Office, I .JACOB WALDBURG, Acres of LAND, in this vicinity, lying on MeCoy's N. '44 Courtlandl-street, New-York,opposite t county, de hereby correct certify of that the \ above-Order is
a true and copy original MW cor file
M. 8 tf Jacksonville.To with the will
Fisher J. Ellis James April -
Reaves
Administator aexed Creek, and extending on both sides of the4Jligator tke ltltr antt Hotel. _
office. i -
in my_ ,
O. June 17tl6thAng.Circuit
Redlow, Silas 1th. 18: road one mile, and two miles on thKing' wniz Xweerst
Gillett & Hazard Rawlins, Robert Persons out Employment: finHE Cn-ton Manufacturing Company (organ- la WITNESS l', set my
Court; State Florida,Southern road;- its eastern boundary being within and and affixed the Seal of.hid Court this "411
,
Grotne Wm. Rosebrook, David C.Rnefes 'I A' bed under the General Manufacturing Law -
American Gift 1852. CircultMonroe half a milo of the market house. The buildingson D 13S2.- "' ,
County. A. ?1PoInset'11ndaLLoxetht
Book April, ; apL
Goltha & Strigher William A. it are new but mostly an unfinished state ofthe State of New-York) offers at wholesale;in d7f -
I. Rfel John G. To Clergymen, Postmasters' Teachers of Sab- Sophia;Camacki"vs. and cost' about'$1,000. There are also on.it a quantities to suit purchasers,at MANUFACTURERS' ;"

Hawkins, R. 2 R. Y. 2 balk Schools, Book -Agents, Stuent ::1 >BUI b Chancery, for.Divorce. variety of,young fruit trees,'viz.plumbs peaches LOWEST PRICES, for cash or approved credit, h ;. ..
Howe William 8. and Head John Camack. ) Paper Hangings, of variety of style and
of varieties .every.
Famiie. apples, white walnuts 'quinces (choice ,) from' .
Feetlmoniai ,a;Regular. l laii. '
Harris, D. Simpson, William being satisfactory to appear that the Also price. Pby
Cl IT mae
grapes&e.
I 3gs megraDiteaseapperntlng
Hall Sherlock. Richard EMPLYMENT. bill been filed in the Clerk's office orsdeo Borders to match. .r f *> The following certificate ofthe efficacious aval-
Jol ,. vatl1able'mineralsDrints.,
Hall Hester Smyth, John W. ,EARS' BOOK ty.nd by due proof that'the said..de two He- --will-- --also- -'dispose------ '.of,'his. growing crop'con- Fire Board Prints in great" variety.' ties of this Medicine, is ft'm'. .. regular' physician"

Noah U. Saltar, Joseph R. ESTABLISHMENTremoved New to isi wuliain fendat, John Camack, resie beyond the lmt- Itlng'iu iartot, fifteen acres of corn;four of Transparent Window Shades. fA Columbia.' -,county, -.
Hal -
,Geo. W. Silas, George II. 2,I street, (near Spruce,) York /&, the State- of Florida hereby oats, three of sweet potatoes fifteen' hundred Oil Painted Window Shades. Pa ;toYzc Columbia .
Hand, Joseph Smart, Jas. M.Haon BOOK AGENT WANTED. X? that said defendant do appear'and plead, answer mellon hills (flourishing and well;t stocked with Wide Window Curtain Papers, and. E. E.*February Thh, eo..t
Anthony Stewart, G. W. The subscriber publishes a large number o of demur to said bill, on or before the first Monday ,- lemons,) 'three hundred hills ot Window Shade Fixtures ,JJxAS.Six.t-1 take the first opportunity 4. .i
j Safford.j!., J. H., most valuable' books very ppular. and of such a November next; in default of which the young and mammoth squashes,* and-one acre pumpIdnl in Of the latest styles and superior finish;all of their presented since I saw yen to write you as I promsed -
1 Hsgins, David G; Swamp, Thomases moral and religions while good said bill wilt be confessed against him. vegetables them one, thousand own manufacture and importation; As their stock to do, in reference your Indian Loxecust.
[ Hendricks, Mr. Small, Alonzo C. 'J men may safely engage in their circuation. they .Provided that this order snail b published in garden cabbage plants; (some; among of them heading finely,): Urge and entirely new,.they invite.Merchant*, Wow 1 send yon. my certificate It' / ": b r:
M T. will confer a public beneft. ad reciv.fl some, newspaper printed in" the Stt of Florida, :beans beets carrots parsley, lettuce,*"'eelejy Bookseller and dealers in these articles, beaU Purr GnbColumbia eo.,> "
Jones,Thomas Towne Mrs. N. II. compensation for once a week for the.term of fo month peas encumbers; 'turnips, onions,>leeks,'eschalots., and examine their styles and prices whenever they, E. F-i.February 29th;1852.jf
Jenae, F. G. Tellis David To young men of enterprise and tact, this business the said first Monday of November net. &c.I. & ; .- visit"the city.. ? Mr EgbertPoinsetti ': .

Jones, Miss A. J. -offers a opportunity for profitable employ Given under mt hand and seal, at Chmber in 0. Brick Yard with one: l"of Hall's patent' Country Merchants can examine this stock from Dear Sir: I have used three bottles of 'roarin. ."
Jones, Tom' 2 TompD. C. ment'seldom to be met with. .There is not a the city of Key \West; in,said,cout1. h 2th Also a machines,' two iron mud-mills chain o'clock in 'morning till 10 o'clock'. in the lian"Loxe5nst--all-succeediig; 'One \
Avr moulding "
K. tow the Union where a right honest and well lay.of May., AD.1852.: fco:{ and from fifteen thousand to twenty evening/ ". ," .. ". >f the bottles was used in>case ofCbronic Dy- i"J
Knoer, John Vaught, Wm.B.Kkd. disposed person can fail selling from 6 to 100 voLumes .. jos B. LANCASTER [SEAL:] pump thousand, bricks, ;recently burnt., Also plantation New-York, March 1;1832. ,> April 8 syntery which had produced prolapsus ani or protrusion .
according to the population.. Southern State of Florida.A had baffled all other
Wm. W. Judge Circuit; kitchen and household of the reetumwwhieh i ir I.
tools and utensils a few .
L. : Wolff Frederick Just Published-.an important NatIon ,true copy 'Witness, articles, stock,'&c:. &o. '., ', Oil, ; Tallow' Grease, and.' Ohio-". remedies that had been I triti, (and these were j I.I I
Lovell, K. Wine Outlaw Work '.' J.'M. BRACE WELL, ,On;Monday, the'-12th''of-,Jojy next,'what>remains I : Mineral Paint.3 | lot a few;) The nsalt."a jtaal cureJritH one
lAnk, Dl Wims.! Holloway A nsw and revised of our Pictorial Description 'jun'10.4i Clerk M.C.C. unsold of the above property, will be offered 300 barrels Machinery Oil,:price,75 cents x>ttle. f Your Indian'LoxeCttU ia the meat posiive '
wcber. Thos. Wimn Charles of the United States, for 1832,'enlarged at PUBLTO ALB:Without ratnt. ,- "'per gallon., ., : ', and certain cure for Dysentery and Diarrhaa : F

and improved, corrected by the last Cnl with .Notice. ,The lands will divided'into lots to suit puchasers. I- -.2, 00 gallons sameK'75. cents',J,in" easks- **of* ..various or any',remedjthat I have yet-leaned!,the use [:
3!. Yale Thomas full descriptions and illustrations of Gold Regions : after: I will my Titles unquestionable,emu accoinmodatzng. S S sizes. :: >t S ctC .1'atf'J.&o.---- .
Ynlrt S' :MONHS dat present 200 barrels boiled Paint Oil,C3 cts per gal. '
MeRea Joh D.L &e. &e4 700 pages large octavo. Administrator ol: J 2 I.
senmfanothersnpjy iniaied. ,"
Y George of China and India,' GOO bathe absence t f theJsublcrlber."E.I.JAU.: C,000 "do"3 'do ,do doX NiB: ] ,
RE the > taUous" -
Mo El utn A Pitor Description the estate of CALVIN AD t',4 ,P. W. C. I I'S
11
of-various sites. '
decea mar -
.
2 of the Wars of the Probate of, for DON ;. .; will authorised to act for him
lcfald. A Dagem Thhnr Incdent l1on.-Judge.of t
,0: applying for le.il abel United Sts. 6 pages 'pried. ,$2 60 per final settlement; of:said estat; and a Cuutl.. for .*> -ve: .JOS.'S.=BAKERi, ;;iIJACUOIn'ILLJFu S50 i barrels qualLtie Tanners',from 35 Oil tel,various 9centspergal.kinds and'.; '. -, 'TO'.D1ia ggiits. x-r 7. XD .

will say they a the111 Sot ,oll'. .; ., Letters dl.. :: : "- <* :, 147 ;I8/jz. f [1COO gallons in "casks of various 'si set'va- AfrrneTs.Conf14cziorI Patent
The Remarkable .Adventures' of CelebratedPersons ;
rr-r.-O. 8; EMERY,' is rapidly.popula'Th '
ct t'L c -Jack'sonVilIe growing, -s S "rious kinds and, qualities,from 85 to 60it Mediant Fact6rfvd Dealer t* :
be&DtlfuJiy.Wustrsted withengra.vinOnevoIume.4O0sgesroyaloctavo. *' **.5.- .1 ,
Postmaster. Read .
; _. f ,1 Admr Estate of C. ..Irn.A..5ri& ." k S t
BUS Cloth ; ," **.Savan V itents per gallon Tit 1Toild' nd lance Articta: W' f4
Juiyl,1852. ijack nyille.June 17.1853.".6111'. '* -'W;JRepnbllcan" Georgfan, for
tallow heavy bearings
1fQ
ReUU 25. Ei' tons grease 'PRACTICAL AETISER orkpbhi 'I
price $1 x / S. C."arerequested > .
--- ".."- Y' Notice. nah,5 Ga., and ? Courier,Charleston, in barrels
__ or
I macbinery; run
Our publications are tOO, numerous. to : and'coarso O.Thdii&EeCIPes,for
Insertions and of
Latest' Testimony I ImE : d to give the abdre three over (
scribed in an advertisement. ? ? A LL persons having claims ag1iBttbejte.LL' before the' of \, I'casks,!of any consistency-required. the ofConfectioners Druggists, Apothecaries-Teriuaer*, .
their accounts on;or day use
is some of the latest tea embark in the .oTJOUN-IL McINTOSH.late of Duval forward .,.Prioe6entsperpoufld- '
among Any person wishing to enterprisewill /" FateDt. )l d.me Factor,,, and ,
the advertiser forpayment.Tin. J !
& received of the power and efficacy risk little by sending to the publisher $2a,for county deceased creditors heurs, legatees, orotherwise sale to 15Q ,tons Ohio Mineral Paint,in barrelsat OQalei.s fjTo Ilet ana F..a Art.i 1'lEEdJ I.

of P.lnaett'a LOXECUSTi, which he will receive sample copies of the vaiou are hereby notified to exhibit them in ,Copper, and Sheet IronjuYVWORKER. ,I'3.'i' the lowest market priet.r' 7- HoRton E"nurr, Gredastemj Member of the

JACJUOXTOLK, E. F., 1111 1852.To works wholesale prices,'carefully insured ., duplicate, authenticated by the oath of' the..claim .- :, 'Ma4zsryOzlwarrsnted not to chiflja. the College of Pharmacy in"the,4itf of,New-York.Abo .
ant, toj tne..subscribers, within:t ,fronrdate. Oldest weather,and considered by those nsaigSt '
liberal woyears
and directed affording'a very -pereentage S rV'The undersigned II prepared to perform -The'celebrated Recipe'e.. leIIOf'W
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E.
Poiettt-El.: to the Agent for his trouble. :'With these 'ot they will be.barred by law t,and persons iff all kind of,Tin Copper and Sheet,Iron equal to sperm oil <" lard;for making good Soap at jne cent per ppdndj
: other
Dear Sir'la rqueltd' by Mr. Crad be will soon b able;to aer the. 'most u- indebted to said estate' are-' requested to'.."make- "Immediate UI u .Work such'as the manufacture of light ; Boiled Paint Otf. ,'"eqnaltoL1nieed9fl.. :, : that will,wash better and quicker,without labor,
Johnson J. able and c k.-- payment..,. > ,. .. : '/ r' :, Culinary, Utensils. making and A\**rum of
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for you that, for the last four months, he has W.solicit order from the trade; teachers,and *. Bj,A; putNAM and SOatlnllor. HousesTin Roof- "J .eonstauily elying.la supplies' i.Ioneiljworth fifty.time*th*rrlc4of tbebookOo
1 .1u4u&ters Sma11profitzandqu1ckretuZnL'
.laboring under a severe attack of Chronic bmmUta for books,to whom we furnish ;JACOB" .WADIfrflth, Tin and Zinc and all kinds of:work above named articles,and.my motto.,.isi'.,, family. Exclusive jwholwalf agent for,the
abol ( vwuuw any
,
Diarrhoea and has tried ntl remedy oW publtona. and those of all ,the publishers ,Jun!7'-2m', ". : ,Admlniatrators&ov, Lug appertaining to his line of business;whwlLwUl,be ( Unit$ Su.te5 > .
knowledge of the Fat1. but on the most liberal terms. with and despatch..Orders .{, .,'...:; ".' -, '_ : i'B.iOm', .- # M97f'k
effect. He cuntl. can subscribers to f. .j'Notfce,; executed promptness services for the 58 Water st., (uBder.!'_the. Pearl tHonso,> JPri '

failing' "IX3XECUST,"'the mia influence of Cutl merchant W rare or .,, me.handsome ,"ALL persons are hereby fO\oew rDed' against :. will be. for promptlY articles attended, .ot to. ', '.Jan.1. &1852.L : "_ ) .r.O, kl eM'3euu. Poet O Stampreaofo.l 1 !!

whit eared him at thru dO feels it h 'profit, and sustain'no loss.; .'tracrml for certain Promissory Note of counh'1.: ,J. L..HOOARfH."fM.y : to tbt amount win pay T "t1e P1.whIch will .
datTt make it known to public,in order tbt Persons wishing to engage In their sale will" re- Hand;made bythe undersigned:on.the :tenUr or }, J'-6-tl ;Ba,.,:Jacksonville. Pekln, Tea-.Ooinpuy Warehouse s, be sentfreetoC&nYPt''oth., ; aite4StteSstItionervookSe1l.rs

tho act.wth.th same malady may. ceire'promptly by mail .Circular containing full eleventh day of.May, I852,>o Moses Barber sr, 18.rid-nl'ultoa.t New 'York. : :N.taper A"n t.er.
Imma ;. particulars, with Directions to Persons disposedto or bearer;for the sum of One flundred and Twen ; c-" Y:BrQWglit.tOjJall,. I. ,; ''E1tItri'E.i."COMPJiIY '}as en loaipg,.cask remittance wu rioei the "t&a
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A-.1., & act:as Agents.together with':the terms on ty-Ave Dollars payable onthe first day of OetoberrlSSZ ; :inan ,J1amed established and hw _'Urge'4Udouat 01'_ '!' ._"'aPrU1SoW .
;.C. HEMMING. : iThe'consideration'of WdlNo'k has ONU. B'1'H& many years
which will addressing NGTONxf Saysbebe1ongi.tOBBiUiiS1NGIaETQ
they ;
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I .P, S-Two of my own tam1hue also reoeived ubscriberpoat. paid.D rled *! ? 'th failed and will not pay said\Noteunless'com- of **wrt**cons \ .. 4, *delusions high-renuta'Uon; character -- AooU.m.I:h1i aM !

within a few days, m bDeM.. from J.C.H.the use. ROBERT SEARS; Publisher; .tIed'b1Iaw:;Any.one, 'trading\coy said Note ty. Ga.-about twenty years of aICt-'dark.oomle&loarAnleeUour"fucheah1gL. .audttgtaoj.t..J r Teas, and of at the prices most wh.h'have; in.every S ,8 tit '- JUWticr ,!
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above .< Wnitamst.iN.Y.- I will. ma a risk,for its yrbent."J -Sayaaebai t:
ohh mecin. .pl2t" ,18 ,. i ..- CHARLES FnTCBETTJNewnaBirilla' mstanoo given satisfaction. 'The Teas are war-- SSECANz LAWwcz,Mu c'

I, Negro Boy: Stolen.A'FREE'NEGRd .' -i :;.w ? JVotice. ; r ,,/ ,'E; FrJuneljlSag.r: : "Jun.17 been Xi1J'7 flOkitE ; -4 rant d pure and,may be returned if they riie do Teas noiprovoto t j.-;'aACHUssits wUl''promp!JT exteuU all*r- 1 f1 f1I
nnUE co-partnevship existing between the \1. Cotumila Est fla. be. as they are represented# J lor QoUo.r'u: odes}kulllaVJ' of aldndsraad I f1I.
ab C91tnty ; ierrf
JOSHUA
.aUor
jJOY.sa ed JL bushels Trime.,WHITE to .. ,'I2Ib.'J.D4Jl
.scriber Nettles, iu driving, 7 0RX.-.700 COB"i.q" jgWM!. 'i* - ,. fm.1'Pl.:17.ml. from' Cattle, &d'j on'the first day ofSeptember .For Ult bl j'y. > ,, : My20.tf' ,' .' : ); Taekaget,7nkUi8 M ow-* water wheel or steam: ,agtee4*114 fl..4ihlagksa'blne' '
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Jacksonville t Acar h 0JhDe. Itf 1.;the undersigned rwill not ,holdbIma1frespoagLb1efor f ". ," ,JAME3 HANHAMBay-' .-- \'."".t' '1JI.1"otl e"" "> .'z-. ,"JI' i4S, for country'm.erch$nts to bavet mat.v .ntl t;steam USaw .siibs'tgangsors1agl.
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{ J ***.*., i.,h .h.eonees1ed,, but' any cntt since made ja 17..2 doors East Bellechasso fc Finegan'sTL.500 ;'A:Lt'wonaare 11 herebyjMewame agabstomlssortNote. 1tlt1kaU .outlarbf eapltal Hotel k waTcIow.ot.afll1'J' duerfptkw

evzreMon t : Ue b b.em work stolsa,witi11IIt4se bIme under the name of the I- JOHN. ., : :, T >;btuhels Heavy rWhite .OATS ;: &racU for trtain ; f.The-. made mayjilwaysbo certain//Tear bt.h&yir.oA rr their.tablejttntformcharaeterof Looor oLive and. Freight Cs Maealnery faklidToapwa
h l ena BROWN. '' 1st 1852,mInion* ,
dstea.naary SolfeSKfe1
61.uie.
rJAMES
SS
li.bontjSyears ,iForsablbT HANQAM.IT r art don/pla.ta at
ff ae..a bright"ysfr %mulattp.fad IIIM swwww Ess a lump on the NiwRI"eJlneUl82., : ie /. .; .,_1_,_..,1'BarofLreek._ ; m B. Uiggtbothm,orbe&rer, ",&Jd and payalle Note wu on then wrappera1'is .s'Thdlllide large!.rorietyi iotesdtheecondwaer ,h&tordeTsan lovr.rTjvsrsoN I*.-. {ft!
4ayotJ&nurh'lSS34"
'Terms stolen
of LU iorehead caused by kick from '. KctlceiSfX : ho I1t ; the outside.( rice paper. ; _
a l : 'RIDZS.-2fiOOlbsBACON SIDES beD forth.Jijre t a certain,negro .l&ye;CIIIO4bacons14raslofor proo p per,! d j CODpaotUlC for't
W WEEKS afterdate,': B "" Note -S .' jtbo,1Lt'
wm'aJIy'tthr "For taltb/--1 JAMES HANHAM.;' 'vrX wb1chl&id; < "Ut1lramp. Pt.i t' iof !
IA\:01: giving such': information u. mH of the Circuit Court 1'1' ;,k ,""J' t:' '':Bay..tree and I aw4oUrnVUed not to For sale at thtNt1flYerkrleea"fo" cubby ; ., "f .,4.p '
pon. lJI t penbaa failed, f'Jl! ;
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liberally .- of for Letters of AdmlnUtrAUon the 'M the *rpBMN? .ti4 ,
t ; AgM" sifiM 1rl"'JOA.A&
rJW. J F. win saneze& op the t oJol DOIthy lateofCoIumbcquIiI7dOOetd i-:; HAUPAOKI& ,CWK-i.'doL. CUAM-, ,.'1 Ir an1esseompeI1ed.JAMES blt Ai ei PICA Er'i T., ,lin dWBroalhLoa c&'annah,1i..aF.b. .-Ie (1).:. '- .: : :-i-1t f" zA
BEERS &_ \ : ,
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' A.-I a &i otThietfy1or* r n T*'> *mHrua
!. i *VUI'2. t" t AttcnONEERINcrAND" COMMtSS ii ;Wo : nd4toOata "J i i fP',SH. a sfl those who zany be similarly SEteaTT
:(f .ZOt'tia; #;j 1MERC31AN'u L.. ,4iitE 1\.1j1. {. ,11 Jr'; l 3L4W f, .. b44*fl.ttJaJ. > >, "'a'>; .JAMlNDAYiD, .

.y ..B.wa* ee..tt m.i"t i ifijIo % *WST.ATE HOUSE'OmOElSt, "1851\ '- .. .' -- 4 .. : : 1.'Tf; ,. "', ".-.jI,, -."1,> To E.PoIDItU,Er .
'J.4CllIiaMJf.llJ.EFLft. ; -4. S joi ,10..1, :tf, h 1'l'c.t *! I
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; : 'C9 tf"tt1: .. '. i GoveAor ,THOMA& BROWN. l- ,$ { I'1'oreveqnngtswt -lQ.IoU b rfikindaponhinh i ... :
: J't\'rc1so
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p., _. : s i8l1a ? 1 Secretir/State.CHARLES .wtbowzlNa,. Informs mash&Itbt .ID ,Th zi.ts

.ftM twt .' -"tw.ua' Pa1' ,JL;partnership uRm for the auepose oC.earry1ngoithe io" Attorney General,1 DAVID.P. ,HOGaE. ...,..rl" t sked4rconiuunatId 4 &SIII; h' lUrk : 1 ,.,' t1wtkl Slit.X,tb'J"QCInt1.JeU toto _.9( ra1 k"

DWta iu.t .J-1 &ro mptreller3OIlNBEARD.rreuur.r sent by mail the rate mentioned LathE aJ81\ttn'" L.m LU4
.}bnsi WjJini are prepared to-mak .Rr-HAYWARTX signs Jj .1 m'ID.r. ". ,
'ae4'1or
Jof m.10.' rWlLtJAM be and for. additional t
, .dl.. sales either.01 consignment oraucUonuneothe ) shall charged 1 every J. LiseuMa4foabsppyIa
wfcdu.t ,
Lano DAVID 3. WALTER.
1.p&J4 neomsndisg1tselI
.
: Reg3itert5itr. fraction'-ef an.ouuoarbOT'thtnight
alf onace ,
'
firm .rm .
iivvinugvi being aa auctioneer ), Both of the .
)i .,-. .v*' S"1.*.' are wen aeqaanted with the merchants,and,cUI- lkSupWttCort.ROBTitS.** :, ; .;*HAYWJr". ;. named in this,tablean. ,additional"iiuglela 'J ,. ', .U.Ia .. .. t. .It .,A 'Wff : tILTi i.J

.tA4, enii wQl be I'i.'to wtnj sensor tne Interior,'which gives them tbcI.-dna.. Sj- "" ;JtpLcIARY. f ate to..CI.11.; .ttI7. 2 TBEJPUBLIC": Bi U /. ,, .,,

'i-,; fiitem,CWDoBwjper tJ.I: --.5'. I f1'L .i i" S -:--"),' ,, ,. '1 f .f r l1 ,i.de.oi iri 'ti \ .:_ :jo'1i:f.;. : t

: fint,and Seventy-Five Cent for eve /suv may toeiAon" {i;::w ; ii : 'r.t4' a* Q mrat mrm* -j > S 'J .
:. b ,. ., -. ,, -p- 1 I I j" time to the examination and collection of th .A8pd'P.1B '
' -_ *, T Adverti.eraA : They will give their attention to.njakteg 9Bemmel.,1 l' 'lp1a .. 4.J "Deaf SITTbk-lhl' inform _
4 :yearly : goo Hoa A. It" I itJ.id rations medicinal plants' roofs and herbs pecriliir tartbit ; :
4 ?, ., j made j A trandenk Ad !$ Ilmmediate sales They ronld respectfully solicit Hon.L,A,Thompson t.t. "- _: : .1 .ff :'Ji. 81" J ,3 8' > ny fehUdrea were dangerously ia w&h lie"P1aea
patronage from merchants.and tradesmen of 'CITuah.l dlf ., 4 4w "a lit ; :'Ii' 11 to penihsaralrFlorida;the:proprietor o *tj orJDiarrboxv about siX'.weeks .
.
enU(exceptbyper having a running acooun. > 1't: if :s 1 S -
ether cities, who'wishq IOU goods in our market.1 Western I U.Geo.SocHaW1dna tApaiao : tiP ibis medicine haacquire4 a knowledge ia tbis Urnoit evtrytlibg that generally used (erl

; 1 wWi tW offiee')most be paid' tor preview*to publl. '::Any business. 'their" Jine_ rill be promptly M.tendedie. Middle!; .1 J.iWayles'Baker, .LTal'hr.'QI; -- \ -i"iI.lJ: i11! branch'whch If::.farjeljfc obtained,".by/'thosex| disease bat all to no' ee&'- A friend of i Seine s-c-
: -va '>! .t. : 13 ,r x>mmend
;; saUo Thomas Douglas I. whose ia n ie'7os r>Medfefa
I discorerr
Eastern oljectalone botaoieaj .
'SMrt1 "', aadjUritil'tbe"present .
: i I '"
GEORGE ; ? ; JLOXEOJST/'
8
DIAN
f
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.t .
Lancaster
L.Wea
TPioni at' distance can their..maltjo'ertlsiBg -- Sottbern' J Jos.B. 'I I f !. ;pvOoar&Ll4. -.
govern > -S
JOHN V' PRICE : .;, i' 0 E-t 0 clU8i6tttioll.. to that Bottles La
? James M. .La1tdrumiSoI, .W. Cir., Uohe&lul, *"- happy say Ii of it cured an I
t. ; ,by'the following rotesi j .R .; 1I..Reed. Fernandetr BIa'ieeIt Samuel B. Stephens Sol'r M. Cfr.Q.1\ ,, ,::5wBzAI Pmaro. .' .' Ct.CU.Ct.Utt.| : year,'be bas bad na jf my children..hoping your valuable -Medieb tare*

.: 'DM square (twelve *) published'MX'tnonthl Co.,R Bout & Cot Samuel,Winams.Alsop John P. BandarlODo'Sol'r E. Cir,, Jaeks'vUle Weighing 4 os.or wador,being',i' .?' \ thought compounding a1 remedy may become g o raUy known,so that all thiTmTZ

i't r.rI.I. '- "jfft -, t f$10 W &:]BOUTS, Jacksonville Boston Seaborn'& Gnnby Goodall J A La-Savannah. Ossian B. Hart,,Sol'r.S. Cir.:; !K.,West,i I 'mgle rate*.... .:..il ? .. '* '8 B :10 15 hiMeeU'bls.iaboilliaYing"been; ,directed totbifilringbf beaIctedwtth t thbdiaease may"uid 'have.aeeVu
roehe.E M & Co. safe. :
Moore ,
t. : 'ci.--! :, OverHs; and not over lott-t 6 12 m."SO remedy. ; '
> -1500 ardors ;
from abroad.Tb ..
t-
; eqis'for.iztaoitbi,,. I 1852. tf. 11
!t .Jan.15, _\ : .80 145Overllosxandnot JAMElIT13fp
os-and not 1 os. 9t-18' '
over |
10 cx .,. ,. COUNTY OFFICERS .mannerIn'Vrhich he'b been.led to i.
Legal&iotbeB.crds.1sran.: 1: k0ENCT: 1 t os. 12, 240 GO. T E.PolnsetEaq., -
Clerk o'er .
Netlces creditors IApption F1rsi'n..m. Judgof Probte aecond Dame : 60 place bimself Tnbispr'ewnt! posilioa i ii"Ra : .
to debtor! and tAIMSAT"JVASllN(1TON: j Saerifffonrth Dame Qver2os.r.not.5oyez2ioi..1ZO. ,75 1A
C'Ct: 1rtf.t.Mrd name ; '.
Wi1, UIIP.Hn'l: follows pefsonaVTrtend afflicted vrithDyseatery ; J VW.I8W.f'l

li Application for letter*of for administration dismissal.Aamlnlttto,) ,.500jKotIeYof *- William.E. Ken ugh, i imtAB. ..Aucsaor&DdCoUector.JfutfT'(whenever It occurs U.]in-,Oadsden., ., : : .&o.). 'Th- Single raltea'above..,...M.lS..10 10., '_J5 ,;-, haying failed l _of;;pbtainmj rejief De&rS1rsJe,.. tried your.esy1neorThanbcesanfluidjIbyas1 v..bubl .14.4-

WIi.LAEI$ HOTEL PENNSYLVANIA ATE? *! 1' Over | os. and not\ nr 1 os. 10.,20, ,m'iI' SOOver : bee&
.. ,! I I- ....$ Continues to give his prompt attention the"ar "li"u#. -f'. tCoufttg. los.: and not over' 14 osriS80 '8of/9 from the regular faculty, one day 'addressed afest cure for this 'd&Dreroll.l dJte&e that iSi
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' Fe annottneenrent of candidates for office; :5 00r'jNb rangement and prosecution of claims before Congress ; .O5cers. : L. ,.os1 QJf ccEseambla ', Over Ii os..And not overji 01.' 20;'40( 4O, 60 him thorf-iIt,is- aid' that" every .soil. 'and ever known or h,art cf. My little S
,J'j .- Char18s Njordu 2eniacotl'I ;CO' 'BO' r7SNOTE. 'for"'diseaies tbout two yean had.suffered loB/aSTwii
announcement win be made unless'the same, -r any of the"Jxecutive' Departments.Claims DeLarua -4, Qver'2os.'atJdDot. overziros..2S. clime'pr an Antidote peculiar ''dnced almost .
j arising from:the Revolutionary. Florida.or ., -F.1j ,, .II to the:'locality). if'8 'with' to a skeleton,and f tried part of
I you your
the charged. beLarua' j Bottle "
M fteeoapanied with amount Half- F.: From after the Oth JuDe 1851. tbmodeofeOiflntin a of your JNDIA
Mexican wan; Invalid,;Revolutionary, and LOXECUST" aa'
C benefit Trill ben s Santa Roas John Chain, Milton. : knowledge of the.,field, and] .wood,;mart it ha acted like charm .
;' ? -' Editorial' notices for prflite pay, or Widows Pensions $' Naval or Arm;, .. $ the rate*.upon Inland letters > ; the 'child i*-now5 fow
1a .:kiidob'1 the rate of advertising. -. Bounty Land'or 'Scrip 'under law of Feb. 11, W E: 8.Amoi Jr.- .. .: i -I.e. letters from one office within the. United know of somelbing relieve me.'? proving and mbe. *een by tho.. who do Dol be--

Marriage notices,will 1817,or August 10,1848;'Arrearages.of Pay and ; 1 isaiah Cobb "tlche&DDa State or Territories to another, an also;upon -S The.reply watt that be wasacquaintedwith hove.' "- ,.,- fiespectfully, .
ii. 'Religions..Obituary. ;and Mileage dueurning' Volunteers;' Claims for WaltonDaniel McLeod It j letters between the United State-and the British the properties ,some plants! 'and joota % A.V.COLVlN.t
. U gratis. Ex. 4' Anglll 1 McKinnQJI North American, royncet-b( to be as folloiretowit To. E. Po1naetEacJ.. ..
published Horses lost
-to and other Property destroyed}, Wm ,W. MoCollum' which: he believed .would bare the.desired
..%:fI.Coii i.Uoni must be post paid. J't"tie eincurred by Volunteers before being.mus AbnorBa'ker' CenoGordo:1 i Single rate, if exceeding half an ounce ; effect and animated ..'S ,!.Nicuth.APni-7uy'31155I.' ; f
with 5
Holmes' : double if half but not ; friendship 'set
rate exceeding an ounce,
; tered and received into service ; Waggon-mas- '
Dear
r Sir
.
1 0 Martin W Brett r' treble if aboutthe; 1"h"eertif1'UuJ tw 'Botjof
and'Teamsters' claims Marines',sailors', 'h xceeding an ounce; rate; excusing an preparation'of medicine immediately
" ; Golden" Medicine called
R. rour "INDIAN i
i II' <'J. P. Sanderson Robt. r LOXECUST
but not : 'half ?
ounce, exceeding an ounce- and *
, &eL fee. i1iavthg :: Orange1111 I ; :, The,material was ,gathered, his tfu permanently eared
.''JLTTOKNEY' COCKSCLLOB& AT LAW, '.'the forms for ft:proper Washington. ; [and so on charging an additional rate 'for every: than 'ltootovNfIl'O efa se-]
::_ AKD : necessary 4' :Norm nA.CampbeUt wn bands and carefully eorapounded- rave Diarrhoea:v.( takepl asure in
ditional. half ounce or fraction of.half ( reeomaendieic/1
!"f Columbia'' presentation of claims; together with the rules .i ATabot '".: onneet'Tbe (It fOnrvaluableM flTITAViNG removed hi* office from John _; mode computing rates upon letters to was completely successful the'cnre was HM being without Aeobt''
,1. MJL County to Jacksonville' Dural County jrwpeetfully and regulations governing the different Departments rk1 : Fred'k R.PitbnaD Marianna. effected The'fame one of the best ai id safest rsmedles for !]
Great Britain,and to all other countries of.thiscare
. foreign ,; spreading
,
he is prepared to undertake all claims of ', ;
hat I have .
inform hi friends that he will COD- 4' 'S.C. BellamyJamsoGrin beard (or Men. Yours -
tnlyW.O.MdNTYUL
i. formerly. That kind soever that,may require .the services ."j the British North American provinces excepted, among circle J ,.of. friends induced ,frequent -5-- ,;

ttnoe. 'He the. will practice. attend of at his each profession and every Term efj if an Agency a.ttL .place. ::,'t _. '.", .Cabin Stephens ,; I. March will,remain 1849 as and at agreeably;presentunder instructions the ,act of 3d applications for the medicine until, to avpid ToE.PoiD. ett",EqACxsosTnia.Juno9lh"l851.M' > .: f

.1 r I the Circuit Court,in 'tbe several.Counties :oj Particular of attention given accounts.:to the proper._ settlement Calhoun. ,R. B. Evans I Blounhto to the table of foreign staBie.'ft appended the trouble'of making, preparation*each h '. ;
Quartermasterg "
the ,Eastern" Judicial Circuit the County oil Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount BenJ. F. Parker, U", DIRECTIONS.litEvery ; timea'quantity; made:up, ndJ kept W, .!rDear?Sirt [l btn"w& jtm.Indian ti i..ci.i
TboEJ.Ii&nd'
Supreme j"
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Hamilton the Middle Circuit the U. ,S.the Court' at &1.Augustine. claimed and the'extent services required.:. FranklinJtrch'd II. T.Bennett'ApAlacbinOli I letter or:parcel,not aeeedlnr'hatt hand to give-away, without a thought of In my fomft!ud have found it a'very TaloaSe
Tallahassee and '
4 Court at All business, entrusted to bia care AU communications to insure insertion, must ." Sam'l W. Spencer an ounce in weight.;.shall. .be'deemed a singleletter accepting aremuneration.. More than one remedy for Dfim'Aea. I take .t*WWBEgber'ISlfA .fa
:.:: attention. { be post paid dec 4-tf 'U .__S II. or rate. .. -I hundred cures were effected.' At length, by recommending It to the public.: S 1

will. Address receive-prompt J. P. SARDEUOS, Jacksonville 1.lidclle. Circuit. 2d. AH drop-letters; 'or letters placed in!any the advice of friends, and tired.of the inroads ': : ;'J. .. TPWNsExD4- t i.
J.'i IKERIGAN AND,FOREIGN post office not(or transmission( but for delivery .
: .
. Dvval Count*,Honda.Jacksonville. Gadsden Edward C. Love QulDC1 made 'his time and 'be determined
only, shall be charged with postage at the rate of upon purse, :
.Jan. L7. 1850. tfMcQueen AGENCY Robt C Lester 'SI' JACX5osvTLL, E. Pis.,'May 17,1 t.' I
:! ,.' ono cent each.? ,_ to manufacture .tbffmedicine for, sale; con. Dear '
Samuel Love Sir "This
. CITY WASHINGTON, B. whose'' : ,may certify to you t&U had
3J.Each
deputy.postmaster, a
compensation scious-thai what.bad
Mclntbsh ," proved a blessing to a
," '
x O. McLean
.
( TTNPERthe the direction of AARON HAIGHT Hugh for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the few negro girl sufferiig under a sever attack of.Di
4TTORNEYATLAIV, U Leon David W. GW11ln Tan.banee. _June ,could not lose virtues"from being: arrhoea, and thath.. use 'of one'bottle of
' .s* PALMER of New York, and WORTH- ) did not exceed. $200,may send throughthe your,
Oscar A. Myerl mail all'letters writtet offered to'the many, or from having'its mer-j preparation called Indian'L UClln' 6 effectnanV
.;, TTju,attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern INGTON GARRETTSON SNETHEN ofNew .lIyhtimlf.and.re.-
.
. Circuit; the United State District Court at St.TL ,Orleans,Attorneys and ,Counsellors of the,'Sn- ." : John lfatel H.T.Rhodes Blocker f'" ? oeive through the mail all written communications cantile price. instead of being gratuitous.This curedher'ancr.' It: an.I would& lake.thia methOdofn.ommendfng .

:1t Angu3t ae; the Supreme Court.at Tallahassee ; preme Court of the United fetates. Waku1Ia 'Wm. J. Council NewPort addressed to himself;on A ispnvate butineti,which then,,is the origin of- Yours very. valuable Medicine;
: aDd proIeCute C1&Im. for citizens in .__'part 01 r This establishment is formed 'for the following' 4' Wm.V.. Mound shall not exceed in,weight one half onnte.'free of 'POINSE'TT'S INDIA LoxrctrsT: ; Mr.,E Ily; : JOHN. BKANTLEY. i
II This does not authorize them to frank .' ,I.bert'l-we'tl.. ;. .
, ;.. florid*against the Goyerament at Washington, objects: I II Abijah'1I&n II postage. 'He does not the deli 'a competitor "
enter
- '1. For law in the letters un1e8l1rrit.ten.bJ' themselves and on > as ,
S .t' eIUte beiore Cougren oUt t the Depa.rtDenta., practicing Supreme Court of j Alfonso R. Combs : any JACXSOTVILU.Jor2BL I8S1
'; .,:,1fl,ADDXXSS, &trifle,Last Florida. the United States, and conducting profession- eferson Thomas 1. Chace Monticello heir private business.only;jaor\does it authorize for public favor in the ranks of Quackery, Dear Sir: Sem,time since I was
, l' {2.1850 tf' business before Congress. :" Craven G. Fife them to receive free of postage'aDr. thing but tie has no dreams of building up a"'plendidI i severe Diax'rhce-soaerere that attacked with

4 ." -: 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims 4' Daniet T. Lenilo ,II written communications'addressed themselves. fortune from pills and potions.. .Yet.be doe lend to my bnsin.wi 'I way recommended IeooId'not at-
'to
JOHN E11SK1NE in law or against the United States before andon> their private business.. try
1 equity U t "
4' John.W oot.en not profess: be,so:disinterested :a phihm- four .INDIAN-LOXECUST."lproean.l': one

. (UTE or QUINCY, GADSDEM COCNTT,) I against Congress foreicn or Governments the executive before Departments Boards ofmmissioners. or: Madisoa Alex'r McDonald, CourthouseU 'fitmpaptr ttatnjer;'
.. C Saml. R. Sessions : actual and bona .wished fly'.family were.\1B ted with the tame disease.
. ;: 'Attorney at Law, \ : .U John H. Patterson II' office of publication: Juliwbvnbert goodalone.! He and.hopes to realize We all used the medicine from the
3 For the ,settlement of accounts with,the : V M fair one Bottle,
for his labor
U a return and the ex ud I
Jacksonville and will attend the Robert MeKinDe1 am now happy to inform that it
Has located in ,
the you
From after 30th,of each curtid
State Treasury War Post June 1851 for
Navy ,and
S 4 Office L J. Stewart to which be has been : d.. He M *U entirely all ,
. Circuit Courts In all the counties in the Eastern Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission Hamilton .Henry Jasper newspaper not ex eeding three ounces in weight pense subj ct we are now well and hearty

2\ and Middle Judicial Circuits, the Supreme Court of fines,penalties and forfeitures, for alleged: U William Day II. S be annexed rates per quarter are to be paid qaterl1 jflers no.universal remedy for 'lbe.Jlls.\h t] from the use of only one Bottle of yonr,Valuable

...., of the State and the/United States District Court- violations of tho revenue post office, or other 4'U. Win. J. J. Duncan IIEaslt"'n in advance. These rates only apply where flesh is heir: to,'! but simply claims to bave Medicine.' Yonr*truly, .- ,.
..*; : Tor the Northern District of Florida. Jeremiah J3. Smith the 6nt from the office of TIMOTHY HARRIS. i
4 ;aws. raper is publication to discovered a remedy! the vegetable: king! )
' 4q Hit time it devoted exclusively to the Legal Circuit. bona ToE.PoiflSctEsq:
For subscribers.
pro 4. securing letters patent for inventionsfrom actual and fide i
;.t' Jiqw I CoIuia 'creo. S. Herbert Aliicatoj'I Jom for a certain .kind of disease;, firmly1helievm'g
l the United states or from foreign Govern- !: .Mandarin Fla. Oct.
-5- 1 1851.
,
'CChOOce in the basement under "Republican S. Scarborough : that when be says it will cure, be ;
\ meets, and procuring land warrants and pensions I ., Dear Sir Sone time since I was on a visit neat

44' *_*printing_ office_ _ly_ _may_ 20_ under the various- pension laws. ,of the United II ,Lawrence A. J. T. Wright K.Mickler "II .k. .k. : tint speaks what the name of that medicine our place, and was suddenly'taken 'very "sick.

,
: States. I .' CI .. 1:1 ; purports in the Seminole dialect-THE TIDTH Your Indian Loxecnst. recommended. The
,OSOAR'HART. : 5. For collections generally, embracing debts; %chua A.M. Caston Ne1fl ville'I : ;. .S 0 friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle
.
. l legacies, and inheritances in the United Sam'l Russell 'U old I of it in the
: .A :'ORNE.Y4 T LA IF. States 4J Louse, and I used.and
\i.:: [ Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house, and foreign countries. | Chas L:Wilson' 11Duyl : ., CI 1:1 0 "iiiiaii; rare in informing you that it cured takerle..
. e. 6. For the and sale of lands in Felix Ltringet.o .JacboDTill E-t t1S. 113 r CDS r
Forsyth street. purchase any ofthe ". averse to having my name in print;but stiff for
Isidore V. '
States or Territories of the Union,:and loan-l: Garnie : the benefit of those that
:r.. WILL:practice in the several counties of the II ". ., Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cto.Ctc may be afflicted,you. can
'Geo.H..Smitli
:, i Eastern Circuit of ::Florida and attend to the l ng moneys', on mortgage of real estate lying ,. Bowdeaw Not over 60 miles 25 15 10 6 2i"1J .THE MOST CERTAIN:AND SAFETHE' publish this if.yen think it necessary.
Uriah &sndsxii
,' 'I collection of claims against the United States for therein. *- -- ; I N'assall. e Over 50 and net over : 'REMEDY'FOll: CURE OF 'Yo4with: respect, _
I e1 : 7..For investment of funds 'in United States --- 300 miles 60 .so.m 10 '5 SUSANNAH
; 2J
:Military services and.for Horses lost, or other -4 ,Woodstock'Mi& HARTLEY
C. C. eaent
and State stocks and loans,collection of the Over Dr E Poinsett -
i, l. prpedylot destroyed by troops in aaidlenice dividends U UStJohn'a 800, not.over 1000 CHRONICDIARRHCEA Jacksonville 'Fla.
. A.J. Braddock
thereon, and, generally for the transaction! miles 73 '45 80 ,15 .
;t't claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,orp 71 3J .
' .;, widows and of deceased soldiers. of all business pertaining to a law loan;"and I U Gad HUDlphreY8 'St.Augu.t.ine Over! 1000,not over 2000 .' .. -AHD '*"'. 'Gravelly HID O t.20, 1831. .
orphans | Peter B. Damas' .'0. ,.DearSir: Your Jndiad'Loxeelllt
banking agency. j miles is a good med
: 100 60 40 20 10:1:
: Also ,
;claims for land to officers and soldiers
bounty 14
II
Raphael B.Canoya -> : icine. Some Urn since I
> All communications addressed 5_ purchased bottle from
postpaid, to Over 2000,not over 4000' ; ;DYSENTERY a
the
and widows officers
and deceased
. and.aoldierL:* orphans Messrs. Palmer & Snethen. American and For utnalD. :H.R. Ianchard P&tat.k& mile -125 75 50'25 12161 '. )0' : A M. Reed,E.I.,your agent and gave it to one

,Aho;win gire his attention to conveyancing, eign Agency and faithful-city of attention.Wasb'ngton, will receive 1 .Robert St&niatau T. Glinatl Boyd ,"II' Over 4000 miles '150' ro 60 SO. 15 7| Which has ev been presented to the public J Jfl a of.severe my negroes attack tiat of Dyjfcatery..It had suffered very cared:mnehjfrsra him
prompt
'::'t" to ,teaming titles, and records,:and ascertaining. FALMER SNETHEN, I Orange William CampbeU' .'Enterprise DIRECTIONS.: ; stands upon ita'own merits and needs.no afterwards I had another negro attacked with een theme

i. :' claims All business to lands.eatrnBted't him w2L-meet witL Office No.5 CarroUPlace. Capitol .. ;Henry A. Crane 'HenoDYill IIHadon 1st. Weekly papert\only when cent a*.above nnffinev JBg? lT''HAS NOT,TAILED To' cuai. ; disease. J'ourehaaed. another-bottie. ,audit,

:";i1. prompt attention and all instrumenw4 writing JnlyS.' lawtf.Bonntv Elijah Watson' stated are to be delivered free in the county where DI A sIw elNGIXIZSTAKCI.-a .- ouredhiinalgi.5 -
; Jobn'M. Mcintosh ,Oc I do not,hesitates moment in
they are published .and this : recommending
, wffl be.executed by him with neatness and de .Land and General Agency, ." Robert Bullock ". > in the mail over 50;miles.* although. : :conveyed, ?nnms !Valuable preparation' i*.componndeuum your Indian Lex,'OUt to thepublica.being the
. spatch.Jacksonville. II 8E. Helvenstoa .FIommingt ..: several medicinal root in nost certain
the renDdy1
2d. Newspapers containing over 300 growing Dysentery that I hare
: .Jan; 25.1851. tt. Washington, D. C. 4' J" MWUhlu&nitherA.' 'OCrJa inches, are.to he charged one quarter the.smart aoovtrates wilds of Florida.' ,It .is PUREI.Y and wHOLLY ;ver use d. or heard of.' Ifjou see proper,you can

!: h S. Baker 'EL ..D.PRA.CTITIJ JOSEPH T. WALKER will give prompt L Circuit.Rhisboro' / > Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure publish this. Yours truly.: -
; of the above disease...The. MILE3PRICE.
attention to the BOUNTY Simon Turman Tampa Publisher* of newspapers are allowed to exchange .. Inventor, and Propri :
. ER OF MEDICINE, MID- LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged II .Martin Cunningham free of postage,'one copy of each number tor i*'fully convinced that it is an invaluable Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.Jacxsonville .
.
WIFEKTY AND SURGERY. in the FwrnAVAn, or in either of the INDIAN ., 'BenJ'JUaslere only; and this privilege extends to Medicine. In fact the test that he has\given it .

4.i \\Ofliceon the corntr of Market and : .' WARS in which the U. States have been enraged, ElernandoEllas GKIIIght Spriu'Hill published in-'Canada.4th. ;. ,' newspaper. in the town in which he resides, and the ..tonI.hlng Dr EPomseU Sirf ,Fla., Sept.2S,l5t., \

.: Streets, apposite the Court House. or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to U Matcnmb C. Peterson J', 1 ':The weight of newspaper' must be taken access with which It has Diet. warrants save been Thisia to certify that:I

.".: t .- JACKSONVILLE FLA.Cct.ie. : claims on the U.States for MILITART SERVICES Nathan' M.Moody II' or determined when they are in a dry state.' him in saying that it, is a POSITIVE CURE. by the use permanently of most cured valuable of a severe Diarrhoea

t .. tf. SUPPLIES, PENSIONS, LOST PROPERTY &O.. and to 4' Ezekiel L. Selph a. Cth. Postmasters not 'entitled 'to receive He has. therefore come to -determination to Indian Loxecust your medicine called
: any description of business requiring an Agent 01 onroe Benjamin Sawyer Key Wee newspapers free of postage under'their franking place it within the reach of all,'knowing how many months with ,after suffering for more than 12
,", ::. !'J.IIcRobertBaker.ATTORNEY 1 Attorney at Washington. For procuring,'Lund eo James M.-Braee..t11 privilege 'i suffer with this yerr'unpleasant and often dan- that distressing disease. I take plea

[ COUNSELLOR LAW,, Warrants his charge will be $5 In other cases .Ie Robt..Clarke II i ,; th.Psyment in advance doe sot entitle the zerons Disease particularly. in tho Southern. and rare to recommeiidiog all afflicted.your most* valuable medione' .

I, the charge will be proportioned to the nature and John Boyle II party paying. to any deduction from the above Western States. : 1 similarly
JACKSONVILLE: E. FtA.A'u ; difficulty of the case. 'tAbd rate' .' ** < : ., In' 'purchasing- "Indian Loxeenat"be 1 remain yours truly

Commissioner States ot ofthe'Deeds Union for the following Au He_._win._.also, .act.in, connection. with_ Agents 01 ex oMio Ta-i 'Asseasorand. Collector.'-") ; partfcnldr.and look for my S written.. S signature. on 'Pormerly. of A.Jacksonville/.JOHNSON.N.C
i
t' ,
Ratet be Jabel.
r
Attorneys in rionaa wno may oe employed in1 of:Postage to charged vpon att tnmtfmt,
.., Maine, Delaware Georgia Bounty Land and other claims which' ffempapertand other I refertnpnbli6 below to a few certificates
; r. on terms every descr-ipfionofPir. se CUT-TO, FLA., Oct.6,1851.
Vermont, Maryland. Alabama! may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be SAVED ted Matter except Newspaper and Periodicals lected from among"many received from :
: | $100,000 !! respect&blocitlleDiot Dear Sir
Om
Bottle
, Massachusetts : of Loxecust has
.-'p..- (Virginia, Mismebipp post paid] will receive immediate attention. : ; puNished at interval net exetedinff three montki Jacksonville. '- 5 _. your completely -

.' ;.. Nv.YcrkNorth Carolina Texas. June 6. lawtf.DOLL.NEU STREET and Fletcher and tent from the office publication to actual ''EGBERT.POINSETTU .. cured' onit of my men of a long standing
Pennsylvania, South Carolina FIKEINPEAKL |ibstioate Diarrt .From its complete and eer-
A.. mar. Sl-52-tf. ; '. Three Stores and their] and bona fide tvbtenben.NoTB. 5 : 'P.S..Planters. u1d not be without this valuable tain efficacy,whnv all other medicines had tailed
'. .. & POTTER. contents destroyed. Deeds before words !
I. : Medicine [ take '
Every family it ptesaor* in
? ughtto it
keep
; recommending as a most
RICH'S SAFES .
: : General..Commission AGAINII Ii t ; 1t '
Merchants : on hand valuable mediotae '
: Yours
B. M. PEARSON ) < ie, :
For
. EL different each '- :
VEN SAFES
of
154 Front. makers consumed ; e ti : A. ..'REED Jackson .
.ATTO.RNEY.AT '. : Street Corner Maiden Lane. additional e principal Agent for TE.BUcMA.'i.
LAW. with their content! The Safe made Rich ounceor J '
.' Vp StIriNew York; by &' ville. To Dr. EPoiasett..
HAS .
? removed Jacksonville fraction "
I. Florida, and Co.defied tho flames and brought out its of an ounce, 4J S
I> ; will practice in theEastern and Southern Cir to WILL their attend promptly to all business entrusted without a mark of.fire upon them! contente- beyond the ten ounces "'i2S R. R. sa. 11 Jacksonville N 07'. B.1851..
eulu, the'Supreme'Court.of the State and ii care. Particular attention given to the :: in this table;an adCD, OJ 'sr TESTIMONIALS.. Mr. E.Poinsett-Dear Sir 11 take
ia
I";.\.., the U/S:District Court for. .the Northern District. sale also of.Cotton the Lumber, Timber and Turpentine; Mil. :GILBERT'S 'LETTER.',, ,litionalrate, will be : ''!= ir ''I impressing to you my approbation of your'pleasure Indian

I of Florida.. Feo. 19, 1t:... ( -Liberal to purchase advancements of goods.made. .'_ I THE' FIRE IN FLETCHER' AND PEABT.ST8n N. T. charged. 0'a .8 .: ; 'EVE'C&EUEEDI11 [LoxicustM .* family.i medicine I have;used it
.on consignments. with
February NEW Yogi Deo20, 18511 :. : 'Cl good suocett. Yours respectfully
19.1832ly. w t
! HOPKINS k UKAHAIH; Messrs. STERI and J/ABVIN, successors to C, S 'Z:: '0 0 -0 P 0 'Six MIIB CEXXX;FLA.,Dee 9,l&l. SWART..

Ilk Attorney' at Law, JOSEPH GBJCE RICH.& Co., No.146 Water Street New Yor .- Ct Mr Poinsett .
". 6FFICE"at PALATKA, E. FU.t SIRS when the fire was 1- Cta. Ct.s.. ,Cts-Cts.. J Jacksonville N tvr 17.IS31..
consuming placeof Six For the--benefit
:
my Uneosorunder. 1 2' 3 ::4'Overloznotover2oz. 5; ; r the: afflicted yon can MrPoiDsett-Tbia '
WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Bosinee> [General Merchant. Business No. 216 Pearl Street, 1 was absent in '2 .4' 6: 8' 10: publish the following have had seven case:of 'wiU inform yea,that for
intrusted to their care will be promptly attendee I 36 WATER. -ST., NEW YORK. Renssloer County testing new,'cleaning appaH '?, ..2"a" '3', .'69' M' ;i5.: Diarrhoea 'plantation-: this season;.rail:of ieTeiaI:1ear.'.1 have suffered much at.different

.. .. = to. February, 1 2,-tf: STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale of ratus in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher,'! ., i' 'g ii ><' i< jj 20 (. which have been cured by the use of your:mos times from.Chronio Diarrh a. 1 have tried your
'
r" -k ft ySai-annAh RejnMican please publish tf.. UK all articles of produce entrusted to his care, and did not read the account until was fearful it
.. .;' eD_their bill to this office. and all orders promptly complied with. was too lat'to save my books which were placed "*45" II'i,. *6' '6 '12' :18: '2i30' ,Your*respectfully, :JOHW PR1CEJ1 and have no reo jn $0 doubt its being-permanent.

:. 4'. apt-'< in one ofyour safes purchased from Mr.:Aforvin ... ''6"f '" ;'7' 7'' 'J421! '. 28./S5" :: ; J Believing to be'a duty which 1 Owe to the aflicted -
;
1. v' 'OSSIAN'B..BARTt. ; some years alto.. lily fears were not allayed when! ..17.1 ,<(. .-c( 'g'ccct ., i '16 !,233 ,40' 'STILL ANOTOER.Black'CreekFla ... .. .. : *I.present. you-this certificate,;which you
,
.
'ATTORNEY'AT LAW SAM'J4IIOYP&co. I found it necessary upon my return to the ;g cc''. ,..e9. an use as yon think proper. It(trill also ,
; ;"Z'1 i ; ; apply ; 9,18..27.38 4.5'. . ; Feb.1st, 1851 JJDear that in say
Croton Water;40 hour before 1 was enabled'! tt it |Q .10. eOluerab.Jwi&h many who have used -
2o.3o:4oiDIRECTIONS. : 60 : your
KBV
;! .WEST, FLA., GENERAL' after Sir Sometime'since'a member r of mt medicine I.have not found what
commence operations which it one .did not
64
P44itleeIk OMMISSIOMEilCllfS ; required re
the United States : family ill. with '
t "f and State Court hours of labor and raise' : was very indeed a Diarrhoea. 1 :eiverelief. ,T '
: .! of the.Southern. District of Florida..cJ .application the Sala-j resorted to several things usually given for ij&e 5'
I sly 10-tf In The Buying And Selling-Of, /, manaer nom iis asny oea. i ou may Judge or my 1. On every transient'newspaper,'nnse&Ied "c1i.uIar Disease but none of them would afford ;UD1"1'e- Pastor.Mtfiodist, JOHN a LEY,
'
j : EVERY DESCRIPTION ,OF AGRICULTURAL [ anxiety during this delay and my agreeable surprise ; handbill; engraving,pamphlet,.periodical lief.; Y'our'Indian Loxecust'was recommended ChurcbJacksonrifls.. ..?

: .1' ., ;JASI1BA1r1R, IMPLEMENTS AND Dumber upon opening gentlemen the to safe find in my the books presence and!of, a printed magazine,1 matter book the;and aboveiateg every otherdescr1ptIon must luaU ot by several persons::I made up my mind td try if, S 'JacisonvaieiDec.:4lh- I8&X.' *.

,;':: 'AtTOAKEY'.1T MACHINERY. ulegtble. they papers be cases and ata very glad J did *oj s* one Bottle aa were partef
: & ( '. LAW, sandLand previous to prepatd/according to the weight t' You will :
: .ta ; Ci. i rfor,', ColumbuL.Ct.t! : : East Florida. : o .' ALSO, the fire. "The intense heat to which the.Safe was 2.henever any printed matter OB which the a cure. please' ubwhithia1a"uch. .. Bottle of yonr eost valuable medicine called In-

..4. _1 ._ I_ _ _ Georgia'and French Burr Mill. j, subjected: can be conjectured.from the condition postage is required to be prepaid;'shall"through a the ValuaWe.Medidne-ought :tot be known to dian Loxeeoit"nas entirely relieved me of a sever
It
: r: t ; Colagen Cullin Stone j Eusopu, of another safe, (not* Salamander] of which an the inattention',pf Postmasters' or otherwise ba public. Spread far and near in order that attack of j Diatb ea;. I cheerfallyi:recommend
I1Y1HITSZII'rE and the afflicted
: : Bolting Cloths, Also, every frame ; may find relief. You"- &. medicine in .
skeleton sent
kind of North iron only remained,and not a ver- rithoutprepaytnenttlaesame shall be charged rout thoseTiimilariy. afflicted.iWith .;
: .
.
:i;, .. aTTOtNETS AT'LAW. for Wool produce Hides Deer Skins and South and cuu.pale tige of a book.-.Tbe1.'Jrere:companions in the with'double the above rates- : : .EUJALLTLflCIL5 5 \ respect yours te-:.._ lIt

i'f' :".!! .4llt ,'Columbia Co, Eatt florid, SAM'L- HOYT.: HAMPTON, and Shipping lLBO Furs.. same"office,on". he second floor from which they 3. Bound books an'd1 parcel* of printed' matter' | ,,,XoDrEPoinsetL 4 -. .i1AD... c. .L"iD&E. s.
: Cell upon crate of earthern ware in the cellar, the not weighing: 'r 'ouossha11-b,4eenied: oin'u.ZE.tFii .
:':1:', 'L.O'S-T.o. .: i:'& ,QUNBY. ruined safe upon the Salamander. their'posi.j mailablomAtter.tn' '* ,*.' S'L' h 1; 1 ill "' -
.COTTON iRefefenut: \ Lion!had been reversed not even the skeleton1 Periodical published at/intervals;not :exceed i.DcarSir :This will you'that, ;-ktt -t-.ArnIi1. I
a Metsrt.
.. : FACTORS ;ATCDEKMN&.Co.,1FuK&t.t1f&BXAIITUCT would have remained.. .Jtfy loss i'overt the insniHanee ing three,months,and cent from the offle of.pub of jyour medicine, called INDIAN.'Loxxcrsr;baa;, SYBUPSand Me elicited
AND WXBSTER & 'ALHU.SWIFT, DENSIOW & U 1,900 yet the salvation of lication to perum.neutlycured. of OOtTcR Cigarette*
7, OEVBEtAIi $ my books in actual and bonaJnoV inbscribers'are two my negroes of a severe: &' and
,, 1 POHIUBSZOR Jt&RCHATOB Cot, Savannah,.Ga.WM. P._Miixi?. & Co., your .Salamander,: with the "representatives' to be chargetyvith one"half the'rates mentioned attack of Dysentery. I consider it an excellent lie Pills Consanaptlc Hepat-

: tM Comer Ba* .vtd-Jefferton &,. New. York; RPO UES NODUS, MASON&CoV Bos- |100000.and important document which could in the last above table and prepayment of medicine for this complaint, ad take.gnat'-pleasure |&o.Tonio* fordersments.ofjhJ.4v..rcpIe Pill iind .
a
; :SAYANNAH.UA.JOE tan, Mass.; F, B.Looirrs, ESQ.,' New London, not be duplicated has fully compensated me., '"Ij; ter?*postage thereon;muslin all oases be quar in recommending it to the public."' .- i I Antalgia PiOs Ointment Bitters for: the Dyspeptic;
: *;and Mlnetur o.W the
.: BQSTOI'.JOHH. :CPKBT. Ct; H. S. McCoMBs; E"...Wilmington, Del. rh WLI1&O1dZflgce&t. pleasure to exhibit the Periodicals published itt!intervals -of-more required.1 1 Respectfully ) elief of
tJtarlne
than Nephniic Rheuraistin
"\;. .'Juqr.UI6,1L1. : 1' I Savannah, August 28th, 1851., *ept.;44f nerI sofa onrohased of.You.and exolaln(its merlti.atmy three months are charged with tne fall rate;which. .,- --L ..s.JLERIiN ? iuttmAPillj Adrobty
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.ih.. "E.1M1OO1.E, . *& CO. ,- t .Sea.Island: Cotton Gins. shall remain until the. new:building,. No.210 iferected. NOTE.-in'ease there(a Ci nor in any S .* < '* discharges i (cHMuto.from the el'j d'JJeQeOUI) sadother

". ," I 'Q & "",g R.A'L THE SUBSCRIBER'' lake.'thJs4pportenitj: ."' Yourrespectfu'h" periodical pampb1et other:printed newspaper matter, o- .JS... -Q FAlLiJN. ,,fci tic;for uterine and"oJt&er lfmmernages urinary, organs;'Anttay-:,Styp

;;. b. ,.. ',MERCHANTS .A19Trf the planters of Lone Staple Lot ". > ,1o.KP1I vrfuu.ouc.-i connected'.therewith.kind *any manuscript 'S. :Tat:John'*& .IFt..ri b' kt S53.Ti dropieol Ointment*, Powd ,and1 Potions;foe re
tons that he still continues the The undersigned any which information
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. a .i ": PA'CTOJUj8' the Invite/eonnKT.merchaiitrand shall be asked for, Dear,Sir ; ducing dropsical rw.Biagt(CardI& .*for
t.: t14 -4'L', $ l4est Improved ROLLER HORSE GINsVd others interested in the preservation of their books [or communicated in,writing,Or by marks,or,i'goa Medicine called Having .ttwdf'yW.mos'tjj.b diseases. tneVort and purification'the blood
( etta'cWW.srehoue.,.,. ) bTe and single, at his usual' from fire but the said Indian .j..ezeqn4.ithjcomplet.{ ;
.f. rates and is readv fro ,{ particularlythose1 nng Rieh's newspaper/periodical;pamphlet, qrolher Alterative Pills tcr the
renovation
oCtht
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" IU1''. Jftgyi&tH .> *. Sam n A aA,.f _. Ml all orders at the shortest notice.. ': ''.. ':. safes in we] to call at the depot 148 Water atree. printed matter becomes subject tot letter postage success ia my '., | feel it a d"jy.L owe to you tntion;-AntJdr nterie,PjUfl," fot oongu-

. ": 'MII..Mtcou.: : 'V'. :.,:' I' For the reputation of the Gins apply to the fol Ze* York; toflle8 the'illUrfot'ot,Mr.t'GUbert's! and ie i. the duty ot'the'Postmaster? t9( ztmoy,: and children/nave the public to.inform yon that myself and two diorrJio a'Magifl tinctures and:CmkrdcaUonsTor dysentery and
. ;; Mtuix lowing Agents or to those who have safe with the books undisturbed the wrappers and envelopes Crorii been cured.pf*> ever i.DiarrboSairith ,
then has' all cf
&.. 15i. --- ,in use i i ;which he: printed mat it,when speed/relief nervous aSeeUonai.'eapecially
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t ;, : .t.f. tGENT8. -- J kindly permitted :to remai'for the satiifactloo ,t'aDd pamphlets we charged with letter postage, nothi.L veul4gLv.uarelieLPu1Itkt3 ; -- ho e of.tenaalesr Disinfectant and'.

; LOUD ik '00.-' : -vnt It A Ce torriIUg! &= : and gratification of the pnblia. t. >. .I'iii jfbr the putpose'of ascertaining whether there*is ? if L 'J H: UY Washes,:(the C rue.s curt against infection Prophylactic, and

L ...tm, an4 Cnuu1ovs'kel'eJ&&a' .' ScOt Capt.&..Bytkewood 'Beaufort. .C. RhOrderrtor Burglar Proof Vault, aid. Vaalt'Doors in"such upon tor connected with any such.printed"matter ;:.To D'Pofn. ,. BROW.Nl1 thglatter neutnlh"l.' ohemkaT prooese,,any
DtVeau;Charl8lten. B. C. and $nkagcany.
2" ,promptly faithfully executed.1 I matter oc thing which S lMkiaas.'Ticn* nith'>Wch one han
4' .AVl.DAB" v. PEOOGIAStrict _, &HarrU'OcalaE7Florid' ; &.7". J ,,' STEARNS t MARVIN.t .. would authorize or.require.. thnbal"ge of a higher 'Jij f ""6t1' LcWta I contacCIt 9 may tq
? .us ; 1 S1t'uis.fouhildienf Du
,. '. Fern dea 1oee f rate of .1 P '' ;
u.-.t It thereon
- .__ '+. 1. ; 0. J konvaleEtFU.ithtown 'Saeeeuo" to'RlchiO '.J146 S' .postage,, N.;Kr HALL. .\ 'o/1"h is to'certliy it Is with much pleasure:that} cutients. &rt'wjUlBe*.:| MlM.7ireckJee&ei
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:* 1' att >Ul to 'KDukea,1'alatkaEF .1 ; Water street and comer AYGDUO.A. and St : :'Postmaster General;'j announce to the Public Salte for Pores; I3ftguetits, >lteh.jcaljh ad
iU6n that
'$ / be riven the sale of Col- ,, & ... G&,_ .. i. Marks Pla Ne..Yort it "Pott.Oy CK DjrfAT ; "l Jfln<' |4J188I. :;! &Ucdf I.J1aQr been .effectu burn*,*Ui CollyrlL f Or -Dentiefceiw( ,
the distressinr ore
- tea or other J41b1Ck eomtJaint .
"c1e1dre4 prodiue. ;.and.. -{iberal.- 'advances. "jmade' B. & C.,4Ujster.iFr11rtin&er .. :Owner*Of the exclusive right of,1Uch.P"lentor 7 'Iff.;by e&lir.giDvi CoUutorte-for the Uelh and gumar and:'various

'$ & Lsrzi, rLowndes the whole ef the United State and the only .. ; :'.: : JNotiC'e."tJ thSchgh17mreoomOudeds-djf ther 'remedies
-IQLI.N W, O''LOttD; P.ttL_ UD.. Coaitt. Ua. -' -' r ** 0* +f maker of -; .i'4 f,.E. $ -,1 W leIOried to msn thing; aie maaufactmrtd ao"ord"et.oa
Silamandefsb.feicomb1n1ngiopat'ati ] hem l&l
JA41M% .oJ. -s- TO out or no&ysi'-2wu-in4uoed. and path l<>g1ealprinciple*universally
.17 >TJIELOFFICBRSAN1 to .
-Ath u. > SOLDIERS ; try,his'very
: /*" ,commonly called RICH'S
I1i4.otth safes or WrtDXK pleasant ..ceoogftUed by the and
'Erl..t'1J palatable and Medicine and to. profowion, reaerally k
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; b41 .t. tiq IDV Ar"r: ;-ot u Baf1sr/Q Salamander Safe, with WoJa.1mlI'OmD.' d-J.. 'fJOF.THESE''ElU.L. : iW4RSLSJfCJ. satisfaction,,was. any great bit hand;at tf1fi rtui?OffloeXof" Dbpbosittf a _
completely.cured swj thin
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.. :." V 'D.baoribeia' moderate'1'4" '!eocs antlo 'J F.b.:5, ; 1832.3mJ". "';(IV lJ .1 J' #.TOJS"KEYULVTfON ; a few CbarrHoase. -----
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1nitt..1 GlnCor G1MrePtaredpease,' : $ t ;> ." 8 ;&; i$ dayp,.and have not been,:troubled since with:that -
iitti'tJ' w eiI' 4)rto"- .- .. dired tAgetltJ' BY-; recentAet of Congress,officer and ol- M lJI dreaded diseu.v. ;,' i R ic peboul.,

- .:;:: Aczs Jy:LtE'f. -t 1$8'L.'BURN :7.. :CLINOR' X01JSE'// (w have pofc.received)'are i entitled |, ,II am happy to say ether Immediate cures;nave tions for their uas,11Wentt _' '

: $ Wou14 tesufl 1I.j'IB5t !: ; 'If 011 '.;Maiy'aQeo.gfa. ., ;. Y to BOUNTY-LAND, for service o-oae.montb edme fader-iny" 'OblerractOIl''t''thD\*few ?KESCaI1'ONS' ; < -
f J "Jlan&IM':$ Inform_ lb.pllblii : la&n.IPfl.TJGGI8Z1. f'--.! \ME'sBBSCKIBER ... or mere; Ahe-widow,and minor children.) of thow dsys:'J cheerfuUj add-By' jite;to U*,already aia,s,;.>,iK hsEn.1,and from fS to i\ffX aoo<*ij-
I r op' Bay atne-for. : :JOSH deceased, are also entitled."lhe Subscriber will jwatamountof testimony'Wtth"Mgard; egto eontrMtan1th&fttae'of1 &ase M
' '. -ceqf.dby.WWtaaGroI..lrhtrt Ja. i ,m 11. barIngr the : Hoje opened&Sn& undertake.{moderate-'oompensatiooJ' tn &. Madioinw i aic.trSurto..your. : the cure tt corn\.;_,in incara.hle etue*.wfae*
r.paA4t.4z.et4aiLVork.s1tru4Mtobitc1
above
L bdetehn4Iawokmtnlik.'e'i'- .. ", &j" 1IC" o ., ,"Saans.dq1 r'tr lIP'r claim of those interested.?!'Having been employ: 1L. t.us f)5' :. .nXEANjr:3To the. rt.t "i..I'o .' esaciat GOntiMu
Hoistho$troflge of the"nbn -Th a inade la'.J -;1
$' foa{ .-.. iis l ew d1npb11oocefor sveriijer.n EPo1naeU.Eaq..o1 J.G .r roDio.e"ed rt >
: ffA .pI SIt _. ,t. ; ," COFFERS "".. are M fW*time some be to six rooms h ,j4aexpe-soace a.r Order from .
, :: : 1" _line of.bustaeB ,leddi e. 4. do'd. U ruchtten :e"ble'h1n1'. o ,sor4 gree Jlotf"i'l Uto. .5 "-distanae wft kee.Ddsai4 ;
"" -- *. iI teveral) the came with fire places t-Tbe Hons' IW3UJHM' euumcou : ..JAcuo..tl M""Dl18G1' wilisiest with ;;, -
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... ::: 'Laa rttii's Wnrranted Fresh GardenSegars flftyardiofthe Post SlON3'andsavetham&.great-deal.of wvum* Sir sI consider jt( tojjfe matter.--of 'duty'' .q 1..' If,' !.
lJa sorIbe.J.o" .'t.. UeDt1n .. Office and ; <;Ther uc riigned! is,'Agent a S
.. expense.vWherevh .
'4 8.edi'i" MI i., Gen&ett'fbur1roNdCoa.eb' h. abtinn6thing,! J tq c Inform.1011 that J hadb en.Ja>ortnj' '- : "
'ii' .'their or I 'nJer-ft( .
rematniarPROVISIONS 1":1
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1 KlBs : "1'1)11'ofj O. lie. fcc.: ." .- Hack MsHints! ,both leaving Ocala.two, horse harI.t( .letter*postrnaid will reeelfii very violent taok of Jliorrhoja wUchl>Aed the J .P Q. '_"' ,.. '
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r tber an, sellinr A&Tj : ,.*. "At wholesale and reioU.'i) n -,. i i v *' For) further particulAr,sppIya. ta.ol1o of prompt ,and the. necessary foflwaiid, akiU of' two' Physician*,,and(rendered 1 sw unabl) e 1t1r ..deribtlibla CIlIfl1
... IMr .' t..n-sp1ru: manaCidtured, and alw'aycfresh,1 IL. instructionseattr, : am****! ? to do wotButfortnptelywbsn J '
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: -Io"'ao'bt'JpurchuOcl in the .il .i4.J S i va1, .' i.4 give up an hope of ever obtaining relief JM rd :
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