The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: July 22, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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: "II for.tb4 eqantoftHe leading-feature* Japajual; itpgm C-troltftbe Ontngi a&i the'.Otit'i. <1'
tTOPET hID couKsnu:.AT:UW. ions Hefretreated_ i ifrpm the girl as if..hi labor he bad tinderUken'and f Aiia21zIrutidu Y4ThVne < \ 4I
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HAVING temored'hU.office fr ol1& 7. l I )discovered in her somethinff pestiferous, wear"it oa her;!betrothment:rendered Jin joy ;f ir(vm .' [ byr : ", grew .i14' W/ ciandiev,

informs to IfccksonriUe hii frfendsthUli, DaT *l.Coiu'will Continue >ty 1'1IB 1mA1fDS.!. ETm01l't ind? overcome' f apparently by'some!terrible supreme, ThCj erempny; ':waat performed .., ,- ..-n_ r....- .iV.D"p, ......a. .F !h pI ;Italy, bat:'eonld.Bot 'be:reared lii-i '. I

retpectftilly thB prwtice hU prolusion fomrljt" ', reefuag, he 'sunk senseless''intothe arintoflioscwh with, every,circumstance)that.could t heighten published ia*recent number;of:the Ir4dli' France at'tbe tine of SfraLa'extepria Nar r
Hit will attend at each and eTeI1 Term of Come titber, my h arl'.darGng,. : were stan Pg sear him. x the prospects the parties concerned:'Their gtneirt- va t" r. i-g'- t [boontn*!*. -* *.*- ',-;b !$****-* U
U Circuit.Co rt Sa tke BereraUGrantiei1:* -'Come,-at upon my bee -. incident of:this. nature is sure to.pro- pa.rentawer: then, eo'6i / and-friendssarroBndedJthemrwhosezsmfles :Jedao 1 :' Yed' ;'ih'l&I 1iled'Tn TbeApple' IIzeiivoialj, W 3- P

the Eaitern. JodiciU Circuit- the County of And. listen while I wkisperAbooniaskoftbee,,; ". lucei confusion\,ball-room;;and,from added their tbensidstof '1inplalni&the: 'riAe'of : 'of: 't'wu. tranEpctteiVfrou 3 ,
Hu&Oton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme L he/!singu1ar;'cit lces.whicb: attended cheering ,.inftuence.rTbebrjde the .4; .1 rl 'JI'
&& and the IT. S. Court at SUAunitine. ,, Ton need not ifoll my.wUsken; :wore !oscaco.tIt is : ficree. Egrpt. .t
Court at All business entruittd,tQ.tia. ..car. So anvoronsly.my dor; :, he one i in question. dancing-and.:music dress whxh'ber lover had,procured for:her, ,enl/-an.;!intersected wiitik 'u 10'* tuo almt'8t'iuiin eroVstreet Lucerne Grass derived,,.ts-'name'iad tti f '
irUIreeeiTe prompt&ttentiofl.44dr.J. Tls. something quIte apart fromThe tlmost instantly eeasedVand all:'other?'obect 1. dia hi.eyrs she'had never'appeared .by tanaT tbeir banks 'eint.,11 ',with I gill front Med.1' *s P. .**
of love.- ; .
P- \D JadcaOf&til, gesitl.csres' **. were laid aside save'the gratifying the atlracUveThe; vowsWere -at length. pronounced -; rows of beautiful es." The city i not ;Almostall, the, flowers that grow to U.t

Dit Count Honda. .tf. '1 Wa.WUer"a-, t eraving-, mriosity;which::had, been suddenly and and the contracts signeSj; The i!ronndeJai( ; ; most eastern ,cities 'are, bra BW- 7ean"grder.! *are'of fortign: 'txtrsctien:"'

JacboDriI1e.lan.17.185O. .', A dark and deep desire, .. iwf ally excited.. A general rush took place marriae' day ws,' fixed forthe_. following :: Wall bat has"a: Btrqn "castle to'defend ItTheTiTer'.Toasfa ,-. ,,frisk.-ind>" SweetToWoea are native.*(*,
McQueen fflclnlosh, That glows beneath my bosoni oward,the man wboee mask-bad beenre' week1. After3 the ceremony; a?sumptuous : wate "'it," and'' sappries AmericaV i\f- i*?*"**! *&&&*
1 'TORNEY'A'T LAI! ,Like coals or kindled rt "' ooved/and exhibitod- atarerwhich'bad already least was prepared. in the midst of which a the'castle ditch and< being dirided iota fire .uDduCorJror. Maize, is 'native'ot'ArneTbe'cultivatin .",
of the thtiaple N tc1t ; ,
be1iaon assumed a;death-like hue.while cold feeling indisposition compelled rica -- .v- .1 r" J' !k
a-i. o oru Co the EarternCiremt ;Wben singing the young streamshasbridkeoyereach.
WILL;attend the United tb40 States District Court at St. S to rose.Iaf.eblerthantheagouy ;, perspi ration j stood!:upon: his";,brow;. )As it bridesuddenly seek her chamber.'She, ,, 'Thepublic buildmgi'are onr a'magnificentscale. i Bice'was'brought from India ia"a' small'

AurtsUne; the Supreme Court atrTaUabasaee j .That.murders my. repoa&i..., was impossible keepoff the crowd, who threw hetself.on' the'bed; and-such are the i -.The: ;;! imperiaf' palac 'iSf formed,'.by bag and;!!presented to"-the- Koyil 'n$ .
aad prosecute Claims for ettiaena in any part of : 1 n their eagerness to observe what was passing rasecnntits' 'of :a fleeting' existence se : three cinctures r or circular piles'of bu dinks of South Carolina. .: "J; ,r 'f'i-
Fiends againtt the Goretnment at Washington Nay, dearest! do'not doubt 'me, threatened to nfibcate the unfortunate from it no more) < A,virulent fever attacked and' ; ;Tbe, Magnolia Bay anip7tiJip: treel..j-
at the Departments. : enclosing many:"streets, con rts, apartment I
cither before Congress or thus -* '
madly ZipeakIfedthysrmzanme.
Tbongh bJect wb had'caused so, generaLao'.ll1terest'he her delicate Jframe ad,carried her unresistingly nativesofAmericaandtbavjbeeiijiesenij.! .
ADDIESS. JacktontULt EtJIllYorid4. '. *, pavilions'gates, guarcl.houses'Lfrawbridges'PrdeIis ,
Mar ftv 2. 1850_tl._ Thy tresses on my check.kpwthewsetdevotion, was removed.into; the. supperroomind } and remorselessly to, the"tomb:' The ,canals cic., Irfif resides nated all over Europe' as flowert; of'unp4. 1

-.-- I laid bl'on'one of the settees which stood feelings of ao1 impassioned youth,thusvob- the:Emperor''and' his ff&mity.'tberoyaT: d* raided. magnificence. : u 'al-t I
JOHN ERSKINE That links thy heart with mint- .. ibouL:..Here: a.gentleman palling, off hi* bed of her'wb '- was so"shortly to have become mestics, tributary princes'and their retinues Native Azebas'grow in'fwildr laxarianea

(tiTC Of QUINCY, CADSDIH CCHJNTT,) iknwmyee1iemoUon nask,'discovered himself as Prince .Charles his wife, may be more easily imaginedthan I the ,ministers
Attorney at-Law, : Is doubly felt by thine sABdjfkem p ind, exercising the suthontjr which his rank described.,;To say that he wept, rayed of government, and a strong garrison 'Tbdwalls than I their 'protid':cousiosj'froar<
-- Entitled him to,he requested. the room to be and.tore. his hair,' wou4! 'p rhaP. little'exr of this China. ; .4.- ;:>..sS. :! 4
Hu located l Jaebonrflle; &ad iilaUend the not that a shadow magnificent palace are:1uilt"offreestone : ;- ,. .-.1. 1
Circuit Courtf in all the counties in the Eastern Hstn fallen across my lore-:' immediately cleared and. a physician to be press 'th deep intensity of his''anguish.Only without cement 'and-: the ;'stones --. ---'- .J 1I

and Middle Jufccial Circuits J.the Supreme Court No,'tweet, mr love is sbadowlessAsyonder -- sent for. .My7 companion and myself.bad inLhe one request be made :,it wa ,-that she are prodigiously large.< The whole pile wasoriglOa.Jy ,DI ...osI..'. ,. i'r
ef the State,and the Unite4 States District Court heaven above. meantime descended into the room where should.be buried in the dress;,1fbicb. she covered with'gilt i -" .- :; f.
tiles'which gave
Northern District of Florida. The little taper fingers- ,About thirtv-five. JeL" ago, there'retidl4t
for the he patient lay extended;. and, aa I bad a wore at their betrothal. He followed,her tote :
Hit time it devoted exduavdy to gAs Legal proMOfice Ah,Jane! how white they be!- it a very-grand .and beautifal appearance. in,.the town. ,Hebron a certain Dr.TwJk
Can veil supply the cruel want lancet in my pocket, I suggested to the princeLhe grave. ;and, bverpowered. by,his, f feelings t Many of the stately apartments:are formedand became ,much enamcured of DeantU 5
| in the basement under the "RepubUcan Thtt almost maddens me. I necessity of instantly bleeding him, \A tnrew himself upon the coffin as it was about altered at pleasure Dy moreabie screens.- fed Very l to |
office. ly 20 who : resent. hearing to be covered 'and with frenzied vehemence young ladybatbe, same -iIa ldaer
printing may roang'surgeon 'wa.s. up, .a The.principal j 'are ;the:Ball- of ,
OSCAR dlT .Thou wilt not, sore; deny me the suggestion, offered his aid ia the operation insisted upon, DlroDe more look Attendance,.the apartments'Council.Chamber, Hall of a .coarse married.pfti1flatheyWete The < ,engaged andde..to+fU,
Doctor ws i,
Myrstandfondreqnest sanction .strong
; and, having received the of before the was clewed,for ever. The
ATTORNEY' AT LA Wm I, pray the, by the memory .: L grave ThousandMats, &c. Thecity i&under the tided Presbyterian,'and hi? Jady.!loyejrasla, .
Of all cherish bestHI the prince-the preparations were', in. amoment coffin lid was taken oSi and be"gazed'pcni : rule oftwolgovernorsfwho} rule a I
we and decided :
year strong TbeyVereattj
Office- the Second floor at the Court-bouse, _Baptist.
with the .
upon Itwas .
features of the '
complete; some difficulty clammy decayingcorpse
all the dear remembrance .
: :eacb 'f:: _" :. 1f ting evening talking of .
skeet.WILL together, one tbeirj
Forsrth ,
Of those delicious daysVhsn Lhat little drawn but it had the until hii bead- and drawn ,
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practice in the several counties of the bipod was grew dizzy, was The next largest city is Meaco: It is also approaching uuptialawhLh9 ipoctotre.I
Circuit and attend to the \ band in band wowindere'dAlong effect of bringing the young man back again senseless from the grave. ,, and d '
Eastern Florida the braes j. i a royal city ]tis'!!situated on ( lake sear marked :. '
summer, : .
collection of claims against the United States for to sense.'.. SEven yet, his mind seemed a prey It was not only to the bereaved lovjer that I the middle of tfi'e island of, Nipfion/and ", I am4hinkmg- deai' of .two' 1

Military lost services and for Hones in lost said, or service.other By afl we felt, unspoken to some' horrible phantasy,.for, starting up, the view of the dead body of his mistress rounded: by mountains- which gin af re which I shall, number my:among .the' happiest eventsij! ]
destroyed by troops
property his wholeframe shook with vivid bad been of : the badperceived'withemotioit'the '" '"
When 'neath the early moon a ..terror moment grave-digger markable'arid' delightful 'to the !
f Also, daims Cor pensions of disabled soldiers or : prospect of my !life, I-v., .
We sat beside the rivuletlnth.iealymoothofJune, he ejaculated several times, I saw her .1sawS magnificent habiliments -
be widuws and orphans of deceased soldiers. : whqte Thecircumjacent t country between "And, pray1hatmaytheybe, Portoj! : .
Also,claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers ; her!" He appeared to have come:alone which adorned the'corpse, and his the city and the mountains'is covered with askedthelady.J' : / ,. ; < I -
,and and soldiers.Also the widows. and orphans .deceased officers And That by fell the upon broken my whispev.ear, : to the ball, for no one stepped forward to cupidity was excited. In the dead of night, temples, sepulchres, fccVand is embellished ,:u,0pe is the hour,"when- ,I,shall',call>":yon.nw | -

win give his attention to conveyancing' More sweet than angel music claim acquaintance kinsmanshipwith he despoiled body and 'presented to his with a'variety of orchakJ ,'groves, cascades, my wife for the first time., V -
to eraoing titles and records and ascertainingclaims When first 1 woo'd thee, dear him; and it was judged best to remove him daughter the flowered satin frock which,bad and purling streams.Three considerable a And the other,,if.jroa p1eue-1'L.vJ 4!, i'

to lands. to a coach the ,moment he was able to en formed the bridal dress of the deceased young rivers water -diisl fertile*plain J and unite "It is when we shall present. 901 fint

All easiness entrusted tohim will meet with By that great Tew which"bound thee. dure motion. Fortunately cardin bis lady.. It :was )long:Tafter'.these events'that their streams irtthe centre vftheciywbere born for baptism.? '', f -
prompt attention; and all instruments, of writing For ever to toy side. pocket revealed his address,' and,.with proper she wore the identical 'dress'at the masked a magnificent"sto'ne bridge facilitates the ". 'Lf- !'? >
will be executed by him with. neatness and do- And by the ring that made thee. :. Whatspri M. ,
spatch. My darling and my bride! precautions was thus sent home. ball at''the Colloseeam. The girl herselfwas communication. between the j different parts :Y" my.dearlepHnkk'a., Every childL 'J

Jaebou1iDe.lan. 25. 1851.' tf. R\ Thou wilt not fail nor falter, Upon our return to the saloon, we found ignorant of the mode by which ber father of the, city. Al strong castle;defenda the of mine.shajl.be sprinkled.) "' .

-U Bat bend thee to the task- the mask, which appeared to have been the had gained pos. ion p1 it. though the town: .Ins 600,aidl.1S length,has:a.io'wer "They hall be, bal t .OJ1.ti" ',.'
Joseph A BOILED BEAD on immediate cause of this extraordinary event richn..of his dJ in ajfee measure excited -
gift .
Is all the boon I.ask! in the centre, and is surrounded by two "YesJaYe.5 }, .:'i. .
I PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE,MID very unconcernedly,pursuing her sport, and her' surprise. She,ibereforey adorned ditches the one dry, the,Q tJl .. rater. VyYelCsJr; I can ten J'youthen, that 1'J:

WIFERY AND SURGERY. yrAKKiqP seemingly unconscious />f,'.speculations; herself in the spoils of'thflTgraveJ'; perfect :This 8D'1e 1did'citv is"twenty miles lonz and babies won. _,' ben. .v babies.. Sol. .rood. ..nrsbt., i
Office on tAe corner.of Market and Fortyth TIlE BAU !that were formed respecting' her, She was unconsciousness of the unhallowed ..viola nine wide within-the suburbs,'which"are ai '--"C. > : '. ">

SIred opposite the Court House. In'the centre of the city of 'Berlin standsa interrogated by several persons present to lion that'had been committed. It is need well populated as the city -The'number of 'lady? :.left the, roam and- .the.:Doctor- : .....

JACKSONVILLE Fu.Cet.16. building, which,probably from its massive the:young man,to'.whpm.'her presence:bad less to add, that, it. was 'this dress 'which the inhabitants of the city proper is supposedto l left. the..hoase. The seqcel: to this true'tory- ,. ,..

tf.J. proportions,.has been styled the Colosseum.It apparently.given such a shock, but she persisted caused the 'young1 man's' *udded1borror" be 529,000The 1.universities, I colleges, was, that; the Doctor nevet.married,'andjtha, ,

EcRotert Baker, is at present devoted to purposes o| gaiety. in depI ng'any knowledgedofhiworanycircumstances' which :I hayedescribed.; It was a garment .temples, &C-, are almost. incredible in',num lady an.old maid. r : ". ;.. '

ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW and leI for the Jess wealthy classes which ;ahould,elucidate'the so peculiar as-scarcely to allow: a doubt as ber'and' magnificence. It contains twelve .. ---- -.r
JlCKSOKTIULE: E.TLA. of.that city-balls', concerts "and 'tl atiical affair.: Under sllch'circuin ce&.the to its identity} and when it suddenly flashed capital'or principal, streets, in the centre of ",.plce4'1YIa" .' .! i"

Also Commissioner of Deeds for, the following exhibitions beinp Iherajgireriat a very moderate intensity of.ibeJeeliDg.that; been'raised before his eyes, he thought he saw. his:.departed >. which allt,-the royal. palaces'sapeibly built _- ... -..- ... .:;f" y i-i
States of the Union: charge/ Daring the more gay periods] seemed to, subside'arid the'crowd returned mistress, arisen'from the i grave to' up1..1 of marble, adorned with! anlens. orchards, ,Inthe'ivinterof' !47, >bile, resi3u- g.,ia '
more ardently! the qftheievenuii L-- l.. I.''. ..hUl'cnntneG liii pav'lionterracesgroyes, &c ... .
Maine Delaware. Georgia of the carnival, ia particular, masked' ballsare New Orleans a,.youih, wha stood nearly
i Vermont, MarTliad Alabama.. inrnns extensive,building." Upon -iiJe-mue-eplSOc1 which had stayed presence at a ball.- It was stated that a*remarkable. "''Tbe' leXt principal town'ia 'Ozeaco. It is eleven and ree-qllartera.inhi. '
Maauekusetts, Virginia Missusipp given them.Tor an'Instant. Some JeW there'were, .tresemblance..existed in the figures deemed the five-feet ; "
such occasions the immense dancing saloonis ; chief seaport; is very populous who hailed from somewhere
Texas. stockings,
North Carolina vp
New York. wbofeeling: that'something more! than ordinarywas ofthe, two females and, as the grave-dig has of .
and the which ; and an army 80,000 men always ready '
Pennsylvania South Carolina crowded to excess, galleries, In the Wabasb, ;was.invited by.a friend:jtoiine
involved in'the'mvsterv.. indulged ger's daughter masked the horribleeeptiofthonngentliwii __ _
was at the disposal and command of the Em- '
mar M52tfB. entirely surround it, are likewise filled with <-C n at.the same bouse wtere Jwa* boarding -*
--- 'their, speculative fancies in numberless st will not It is near' fifteen-miles in 'circumfe '
be- peror.
the of-the moving panorama This was the Booster's first trip
PEARSON spectators away !
M. -
low. Although females of the higher orders vain.conjectures-and, as'the fertilityof ,be considered unnatural or incredible. rence.. from home as he told bis .friend, 'who was c
ATTORNEY LAW. increased the ,From the which .circumstance
.their imaginations by notoriety ; the 'Almost the 'accompJisbmfftt: learned
venture into the motley throng, a the busiDeSalt had purchased
never portion ia produce
to Jacksonville Floridaand "
HAS removed I sparkling, champagne no limit was'set'totile gained,..an.;inquiry .was: i institutedinto the is the and sui .
will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits of the gallery is railed off and fitted op by Japanese art grace'of. his cargo of corn as they took their jeats at
the Supreme Court of the State, and in for the reception of the ladies of the royal dark conjurations into which,their inherent the affair, and' ,.by an inspection of the cide. The child in the _nursery stabs itself, the table, 'a od. be expected that he'would \Ii

the U. S. District Court for the Northern District household, whence they may at leisure survey passion: for romanCe J led them. It wouldbe rifled tomb, the guilt'of grave-digger with its finger or a"tick, and falls'hack' in show him all ,the; sights' pf Ihe Jown,.as bo ,

of Florida. Feb. 19, Itf5i-tf. the pleasing and lively scene around., idle to deny,thattheafl.ir had roused my was made apparent, and he;is now'expiating imitative death; the lover cuts-out. his'intestines wanted to let all the folks at hua ,know,aU
curiosity in :a considerable degree, and his crime as a,convicted,felon. From before his obdurate and the '
strtas .
,J31L&HAMAttorney's On one of the evenings set apart for these about The eenrsjit, l-ht.hilD a.plat q"t
I accompanied two officers of the gloomy'e on.s with! which I heard the information acquired respecting the. latter pours out her heart's blood in,the face of ,and obeerving.a.geaUemanDcariy -

at Law, masquerades of guards to this scene of merriment others regale'themselves, induced in me a physician, it appeared that he overcame the of her faithless lover ; the criminal executes opposite soup considerabre,eata p in, his; dish, r
regiment pat
OFFICE at FAIiATKA, E. Flsu, 'we being all carefully.equipped for resfiess'anxiei to clear.up the mystery. It shock 'which; be/had receiTed.1 though be himself, and, in fae ihe whole nation, from Booster pointed to. a bottle .of pepper :, '..
WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business the occasion. To my companions the concealment was, however,,some time before: I was ableto had passed thrqngh many fits of 'delirium, early yonthrrevels I tin! luxury suicide.1 sauce and asked,hIS neighbor.wEat it was., .t.t

entrusted to their care will February be promptly'attended. 185216 of their persons was essentially procure a relation c ncerning'1his'yo ng and bad. suffered ,from a fever'which'hadoften I .The mectdftils and manufacturera.of Japan Spiced_vinegar j ,was thC| reply! '' ." 11 0

U.)-Tannah RtpMtca please publish .tf., and necessary, since their recognition as officers man pd which I could place 'an implicit. reliance threatened both 'tl extinction of'his excel" in their different branches' and are .: .Wal, suppose yoa.-'bL'se._afelf 1b ..", -. ; t

end their bill to this office.OSS1AN of the army would have compelled them to ,.and, his:history was told to. me in reasanand his life. -*. "' even far superior to the Cbi'neSeTheir; handin' it ala ng.":_ ,. t: i.'i4'- .. .4 f }
Terynearlythe following terms;. silks and cottons are'ex'c lleht'andtheir Japan ; J
the .
iound -M was
B. HART forego the dance. Upon entering, we The Ilagncnots. ; Certainly, aiwwerr :<)t ? .
that the music/ had already commenced, and His father was a small proprietor i inibe J I .. ware and "porcelain unequalledTheir The .Hoosier took tbV,bottle and fcom. ;4 '

ATTORNEY AT XAW, the sets for the contre-dante which :was' to : neighborhood of Berlin, and" cultivated'his Dr. Hamphery, of ,Lonisville i ipreached: exportsare::: raw and manufactured silks meuced dooaing it,in.:his Wp : bat as .the .

I i. KEY''WEST, TXA., open the ball already formed. In 'order I own farm; This was his only *onj and he the opening sermon after theorganizationof.theGeneral iron, steel .artificial metals lure teas finer sauce di4 not fiqwveiy>free.f? .1M ,took .out '. *

i I Practices In the United States nod State Courts more perf ctlyto enjoy the sceae,we passed hadbeen sent to the University of Berlin Assembly of the Presbyterian than the, ,Chinese Japan:warev gold, silver, the cork, at tne.same: ,,time-obsery"ing,to,bj> if!t

I of the Southern District of Florida. through the sapper-room, up stairs and succeeded where he had'been distinguished as much Church Id Charleston,.S.:C. "Fromhis"ser coppergums, medicinal herbs,'roots, diamonds friend- '; .-, k, 'it .- .' It' "

t July 10-tf_ in gaining-, position, the gallery for:his j!abilities as .fort the;warmth of- his mOD,'we.extract the following.beautiful and ,'pearls, 'coral, shells; ambergris; &c: 'iinder close:folks;Tier,stoppin'.wjtht to .,. 1)

I JAQES! VL BAKER! which commanded. a' full! view of the ezhile- feelings. .He ,was .destined:to .the medical appropriate allusion to the bistory.and .settlement VY.hatevei ,goods i the .Japanese; want.they put such/a plaguy little, .hols' in ;their cork' (j

ATT0111J T AT LAW .,. rating spectacle': :The young girls were ge? profession the progress be had made in of the Huguenotsin S qt Carolina': pay for* in gold and silver. "I' c, to.prevent a feMertakin mt Ji ofhefrt- .::.:..:.
herafly dressed"'in 'soine the various studies.of,that important calling :'The Japanese .worship principally'-two I spose it comes high,don't,it J". ._ i
; AUi ador. Columbitj'Co'-Ecu 11- .. ,fancy garb, which, Nearly one,hundred_and fifty-seven years & v. ; .T -L" :
; ,. held out the brightest prospects of his future Aaca and Amiaa. At Aieaco mere is this time be ,
though far from being rich or magnificent, ago, the- revolution' the" edict: of:.Wantzdrovefrom. gocls Daring "had poured ne rlj. T .:
j WHIT SMITH yet displayed much taste jn thet adornment success and eminence. Whilst in hi*attendance ..the-kingdom ot Francerniore. :stately temple r built to-one: cf these'gods: wineglass full into hIs soap,.vxf, taking hi '.. .

andselection.There" wa$hot'theJmlliancyand .on the medical classes, he bad formed than five hundred thousand Huguenots, It is of freestone large as.St.:Pan fa,-withan spoon,.be 4ippe4itmall! together with seve J

l ATTOMETI. AT LAW 'variety'in the co'stumes' which"might an. intimacy family to' which: accident They.fled to all the Protestant States of'Eu- arched trpof, supported,by heavy pillars, ral t peppers, and put U J I cisj ..muuth.., The.
Alligator, Columbia Co, East'Florida. had him A i in'which* stands' an !Idol ,of .copper; which instant be spoutedV the .eontenti of.hi '
dazicle and gratify!the eye; but the'mind gained: an introduction.' powers rope,' to England, to the1 Cape of Good Hope next ;
JOHN C. HATELY might well feel charmed .at the?contemplation I ful attraction induced him to spend hIS evenings and' theshores of the Western Continent? reaches'as'high! as thc'rCQfra j d,accordingW spoon across;the table'in to a French gentle: "
of, that;.n.lY.simplicity, which,at once in :the. of .this/family, which Invited by the genial 'climate,of'the Southto a descnpUon'gIYeD?by Sir'Thomas'Herbert man's bosoni; and bawled 7 '
ATTORNEY AT LAW. bespoke the. grade_and, the modesty ofthe! was that of a respectable merchant and bank. the infant colony of Carolina, large numbers .-r this .chair is i senntyfeet ..high 'and 'Water!t water!L Soakei and wild cats ) I
OFFICE BLouNrs FERRY, : unpretending wearers; The throng which er.:->He had-.become deeply attached to the of these exiled people"of God found : eighty feet long;the bead is,big. enough to1 gin me some water! ,I'm all, a-firC !" .' 11
of the and he ,bad bold' fifteen men,'and the'thumb forty inches salt" exclairoea the.Fre'nchnial .
COLCMBII coturrr pressed upon the-dancers was::kejrt off by daughter merchant, every rest,"some on the borders of the Santee and t "Bf gar .
Will vradicein" the Court:of the1 Eastern the dapper little. master of. the; ceremonies reason to believe,that his* passion was ret others oh 'the' banks of the C&rperRWei. : in circumference. There.is another' statue, i in a rage jamping' ,up from'
I District.sept.ll. who, having at length marshalled his forces turned l She-was beautiful' young girl) The latter ''company built' their: house" of I catted after the god Dabio made of copper, have,spoil' my shirt, my.ves.% sair. Spoiled .' I f.,

tf. to his liking, stepped into, the middle,of. the and the grace'of her person did:not surpassthe worship in a little vil1ngeafewmiles distant .I twenty-two:feet high ia. a [sitting postllre.II every.thing, safr. ,By gar1. shall ieett, !. "- .p
beauties of her Amiable ac-i Thi shows ..that the Japanese understand thIS -'r. : "' : :-
mind and satr. -
oB'the '
vacant 'and 'hIs hands' i called) Charleston' Thither ,. t i- j -r: q
space clappkg gave ; II the' r:wof king".ia.bronze 'aodjtbey fare i jneantTmeylbe lloostfr bad, seucedt : I ,
art the
Edmund In
Whitney, the signal to tbe.musiciaaswhoiitstanttyceasing complished w formed to charm;(and, Lord's day they were borne on the ;bosom 9 ;
CoxunissSoned and legally qualified as' the overture which.had .been reverberating in the ardent.eyes of the'young student she of the river;by the gentle flow of its waters, far abead'of' .the Chinese par pitchercontainingWa1er. an* had. .taken a, .
Xeatarcr and Inspector r ,t un .er for. the, hall, returned to the seemed more than earthly.; >. or the motion of tbe'oar..otthe ebbing tide. ticular. -They allowpolyamy' and bftea tremendousthaogbL Setti.ig dowtt.th. ".
Owral County -' through their /eaialej'children, but never the be eyed ,the J'rencb6san>ri,a.100-_ ', ,
It was loner rperhaps, before absolute forest and in their humble strangle: j pitcher,
of'LtistbdE arid ; In homes
air "at any their!
,? onceset -
buoyant j.
May be found when his services are desired oninquiry' frontteeth r'
.the ,
; dec1aratio..had revealed the ihevoic ol males. ,The nobility.extract-- two meat andthe.a; jelled-- .r <,' ,:
each other
feet of'the ; I to for jo 1 1
at the 1epulicaaooe.BQSTON. loose the hapatient multitude sanctuary they wept .as
,'and supply theirplaccs'; ,1\1'o'Of. "Dod blastj r :J9pose.lwa| .
fan of.their and thousand of their! y /: ,
feelings ) and "
IB hearUy by a .the .melody
June Now the 5ceflewasaritS; height, for the their,sappbca ns, *: cmf for ypa"pr
I stirring music helped on .to.vivacity which' little incident their lanectioa wa* increasedand songs.Ti8ing upon the tran'quij'; and fragrant gold"I. .. ', "- gpinic to..baroioiy jaarda : yer oo'boat f
.. c's3l 1 COIL don to the
K O U.1\1'B Y J 0 1" ';" .isc1ea.'e. enirt.1-r yet mean. .
,. until it to withtheJ and .
; it was impossible to resist.' strengthened, became each the air, stoodcontrasted carnare: ".e 0& J
: 9' IIWI I' ;
Ddt.wJlIre '
1 pr
FACTORS fled.Thin'is r. t. ..1.:1 :
.COTTON "* :
Conceive'this'spiritBtirring dance to beendedi'and absorbing pusiofthiouL The history\ terror from.whlcliltbey.'hid that ibefloo-
S JtwaAwith .mijeh difficulty A 04
ANDL .X Uuur wkUbWmeredil is Charleston. .In certain. J i''XOfZ-JW0 ; .
had-inJtantlung Carolina.Thistoo, .
tbe' flootlcf: *:a-sam ine ancient ; ; ,:Ft chman" VT. '\
frie4oald .
G lIE.1LU COJlM..1O.ERCUhjTS. i usual .ia: !* sit theitfirst hoqsQof"rprayer1 ciety -existing not.inany.miles! from,the er 3 ; ah1aje*'J'V r '
fromilhei ,
crowded aad confused.:' 'The deafening ham :coarse rwhic.h ,.attach* ,Near usJs:the. of But ,; !
Comer.Bay and 'Jefferson, Streets 1s'the'Cooper. River.There'arr ; banks.of 'c certain river, the members were ._ 'and:setmaUers.tatriJsN.iagain., ) ;
meiiise1op4i |. Yonder 0 .
id. (
of Toke nowcascended to'otu ears place : .
; ,
&VANN .OA. fer if Spiced yiaefarf was by >; r
not set ,the T'
pledv .to'J op ,Tr
that iri-whieh reqttired
4 whilst all eeenoed lf1 Jh "i abe OBSciousioessiof thr fields they'set"up
JCnDf'wmir. : iomr.Ji.G 1Krr"Oe&ober orthe .xcitiag..musIc :on ; wbols'tav
; sufficient sel tu <
SO. I8SL -U, v -. the move/as It to inspect"more'harrbwlytherdiflereBt a:matual r 1tet o,* &.that their their dwelling*and:domesti !ahars. There as it is termed, or da anytbin5TeIs that -a and "' to; .. '.x-., -:, ;' I.
figures 'picture so vast andanimating. rniods .tin jed with Uje.deepjomanGc fee liP& Ihft rich*nd odoroo.vegetation oft,the early iM bo.qpposedtz! haTe. ndTeaey,.however in a roar, . .. .411T ..

B. jJHv.,MOORIBj.Jf., ',C O.V, .. ,But'we: bad 'scarcely time to pa nrev nt.ampng the yontb ofGermanyi stimmer'repeata for ,ni, the -.lif.1itlived'foitheni.ArptifldUS "'remote, tp Immqralityi, One evening' ', .. ,_,.: :.c.H tt"-"' .

tGENERAL'j sorrey jUiefeatures the. scene :ha4.:! ',a>teumed cons&4tbe vow.that bad passed between lies *theirvdas|J awaiting as the President was calling over the' Mines; Jin. Mmi wy*.'Tal (Te .).1.; :'. G.t = :: #

coaanssion MEROEAHTSIAHD ,,before.,the ,wprk.was. agaia com- them as .linking of. their'destinies sacred resurrection:trf tneet1',th it 1 kindred' ; fo' khowwbethereath7njember: had kepfber :.: .2.1' ," ..1 .. r.
!4CTORS". Den ed' 1c1earing'th' centre"for ween--; and jndisaoluble. ,It."was not,.however, an tbatitoo'tahaU ;'rise' from lhegravesof; obligatioof a=beautiful'and' cbigbly respect be. JPhn1 McKvit' I te yed' bjs-Aw-' T 't d H f A

ISm,kU"aeyWartho.se:;,), arid the director of*the1 halt/wfav seemed in easy task! overcome .the iScrnples! pf the murdered aint beyond the easi ."- '. __5 j>lft.yp.ttp I'Wy.buret)u\to tears,and ;pa!;. wweakneihirina'" ng1t :}

lit BaySitedSavanna,1 CM. every.respect disposed to exert his power for finn iatather.aatqtfeprospeczs.; obis 1 _Here, in this presence, ate their' cb jldren.The"blood jug questioned .a4 rto, ,the. cause;".;saj 4.fb. b*"was:sometimes1 mlghttrs .-*'/: CM'1Malbwny : ;:.'

E MMoOu! h' -' .N.M1 U* |>enent:of ulhosewho;might b6! called fatare son-in-lawand.. ,. ugh ,the rep'pin. nrbkn'mbistenedvtue" beautiful' feared" eq bid broken tbe doneT1 pledge 'asked: 'thE said,'she1 was5; ti&f: }Q. ', -
tipol olv.the' Btudent:was,spotless, thealculaZinbanke of e taoguedoc''Toars l85I..oJr f.: .. : '_ more peculiarly bit own subjects, bad again )young nlleJl'- : I : -.' 0
: t.- Bounded the directions and g.Yen'the, watchword ; ..1equjred.1or...than.&b 4yidinaiions stained thr ratera-of,every-nver; and the Pieidint; )OW r- t. r 'i" too'ery1D 1h !\ bt"Mi '

,Le D.k .OG; ; **Poonai! ," which ShOt like al electrici ipiiis.daugbter, aAA the, amiable J pavemen t*;'of'every city, from the!English "Oh. !" sobbed the;f9u .1ad1i when IDoCftQr he l\ low y-'Ja: 'WShooibngrYolonc" ,I

... .Haa4.C"t.. sparfr throbghdhe frame;of-all, and properties oi beradmirerto_induce.;him to Channel jloi the. iterJ&Re.n9 fI un-in kissedmjtb.other night, black ..., Mrs ,Motownj ot'all''onili'lt.. -'' ;-%?

.V5SA11. r. Bal.&rei.:1 produced aB.iaJantbusUe.for.partnen:.and consent .to .theirjunidn., :Mpney was a nece.5aryppsscSkoa1a the.niBS of,those with. 'whoo w. ;wp hip waited on me froiflfnieelifig. > uken& differjfbif'ttiis'ionny St'fiw? tar 1"ft hi ::-. '*i
2c0.iis.------------. ., thq of omin' Wilb-what. i .VOb,,'well .tba ti ls'Tjpthing.jery: bad, h .
-z *'. : places .W8aat8iiD uaecLtoJreJnalG.Jn: our ee5 aworldlysmiadedman God"thii ii unanimity "4a not : a'day. t' hett w ; ; r: .e'
-Strict aUenUoavm be rircntothe sale ofCoi- ; e3t" was almost useless to:.attempta'particrpatiod I ; ,'.wbp .shook.:his:head'j when tbee"aalieie5t'' afa c i ffai atr&n Eail'the President; kissing'does. .i.3&ObthaiA'l did youi'get tbat'tii;Mrs Molowny t- n8- :- E
have broken the _
tot,or other produce,and liberal" .adranoes .mad' Fnv tht' more acJyirfeats;onthe'4 they.talked p' love. aad nutnal,happiness.jikf 1 ger'miy not presume fo1 inquire. BaVthese make: it that Von ojii'cxc1aimed pledge. LAt U e5'CantwiTal; _d- .' --i.-.1., Ro. pld.oa became.t length softened I .lbja'daytthatiW th, .. tbeyorat .' :9yi1padoI1 ; '. .. "' _', r' ..
micron :
light fantastic'toe/t'a* va* are owrwUpesses -wliirees 1' > f .
'JJOHNW.C..LOUDc. J* H*"Lpup. .,: eaxe: edinglydenBe; .The iPoionaise .*4BIve a a.approbaupn. f"jhfcnutcb ''did potea13 order :and wQrsWpvJULeburcr4.ia identical f c... rj 1 QQQ..taa..1I,.. .; iIJJll ina.A 'I'b 'et U' "'" fw lHf b a ."k';... .

:. .J 4> :' )is the. confines. of >Poland,. is a jpich apj ear;;batcertaux J V that after with.. tb ir.o\"n l' .a1l.-.tm.1 ef\owh... ill'... its fl P1210' =S*>:T ygigl.4. .. .". :1 { :!;I is { )iDd.rM. MuloL -.t"-'
f .7' ., ..._ .
':7'r' 'jh" :
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"O. in;. PAX :. more stirring "and *aiiingdancetbthttzip the ta.denthait passedbis examination aad anti.erol d.t'- FtfcTtfsrrwWrtT I :[ .., .. f
Skocinrdf t tfaerettri J... f "
'W ? l a ker.and( e1i.U ,. in England lindet thxt'oame. ''lo'cme ob&aJIIi f.:4.e tF (Ii daytWU app iate4 ,;':Not tti t'l tte "t i:U.' 1. so1 pec* W'cess-- r. "f to !A"f"d'( "n')t.a.; 'i -""r """'"

11'' JACKSONVILLE F1UU '. ',: ofthb mantuvte-wL1th-beIong1a itt::d1 for, JM' .&, w.it ,bjJr full consent.-Jt wbofe fatberabrooght. bthem&flSeatttioparhtb bid1 bgttoS who Iwvessrranti k:'Onf'bnet '1JfI the bt ".j t' if .';

Would thai lady in bet:4arai: iled io>the eeotrev.w.bertehtUdanced PU'lH1.ilnagli\e4wj& ifeelingst the : nDg, 4 ,.it-bea.,. r} g ato.. ... pediment tn their ppe chpfn; peculiar kiaS, f '() :Mal6DforSburc "Jf't-w..1 ", ". $!
fuDyiofonn'the pubTlo
ir ftIehMt&b4atb rerp sbspeuBs7treeIfow around .bj.th.,genUemen, young physician looked forward toa .e'atwhk of..Preabyteriaflism.I4t: .the5eQPr0Wa' They.can'"pronounce the leter| $r,!if theywe'refo'trt tin 4ollar.pou4wo1thi'tk; '' to6: ; :'

beta; o.ep bj William Gr tbe, where bJa .))ijstjshe, holding; handkerchief"in._, 'be? *.wts ia;htteye tho most jjnportaat of inrenjWikerti wjttf / ofth&EOk 4n1thbIiv'treendleibelteVt10 *. eVer"so;,thougIJber bve&difflc4lth "\ictitorrr t..t".a1I.ifL.\ iftjI,. >" -
1 "t l., ,
Preparea to .x...win work/--&rutecl ti sire L\&t'.1 n"h'-,.---. .Li' e all, alhebeccm bit iII --ipty&e&w-i oasf tagfi' > *s; aljbnbst ''l ecQn4.4 ':;':I'.' 't" ,<
Ja. JIf 1 ; believe not,ilia'c4eI i W. remtmberi 6ojat'cbool-wbo' always 'It t' .Jst i. 'i1'fj #"'.
!' Det II .a'tW fr-hu.'WboeI' iutIor 8"1'' greai fail.Of'J-eip icoccotred,a abort' .very manejind l itheywhi 4.-- .
-I. it .-c--s l, activi ", }.'h ff.i .o1)1tWl ti.M< ef Ore i thetaas coais fdiy which WMtoj 1r gs, ;t.I .sN iread.A pAssageJniWe iTetomwt tfuea JbwiaWb -,,t 1.( "f4 's-j q 2F"o rt..iia.. .. 4p, 4 .
JOB h DniUt-itbe 84wo' iappyi bcipgv;:*od. thpbylci&ahstn1e&tn ritjcqntentionnrpinlarthefs 2 jp ,;.ijporhanleri' '
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rw !ttt mi.str nQthtnLn tbi ; e 50'1' _. : w .Jo.Jh II '
."f.l4elcri..tloa. ta Blacky Bine, Carm1" 1 ss.ub, when we ObMtd. a,f'mamoruipt iuybiz3 usbridal & reTheo1ogy bibrothrtwh&4a1 '&raino* mnikrat.. .bJJ:1i It4iJ9OttIe .."Jra
.r.rt: tl.E. ritiioas'aliiyj ,
olisajiiifcuinairhjch ,
.l' the iMt magazine g Jt \ '
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j lpni' wat-fwatk .- ._1. .J
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rich Aai the youw
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.,1. .1.n ;.4. ttlU rd FtlmortU- Letter. in a false ; I foresaw that 'ff i1-- ,. tC&beil ; 'IIc ti'.D.tb..1T.....- him to Charleston,'S Nih' the:amplertpqwers V:: &. .1._. ----'Taw._ .- ..Jto < bt.
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imputation Day ,
subject ,
.!:' 4, The following letter front'President FILL. base "f.Mr. 'C W1 oCrFlorfd*. from s, vetS a Uvep LgbH' '& thifllK be t et11i4Iud1ons of the Ofl.ddS'Vtkipatflg ;'that incU
'tJ' a nomin&toD'an of;using the 'iJhkh ht k: l&lDd Oeaf Sort pnvioos to tie g at UnionYneeting i iff.t: dental circumstances
patageot fift cartttcaukt vA it is knownto might eh.orten'lIt
- :? :'mac was prepared placed in the-bands obtain, and In has Coanu"OD.ltm.ndt In an atUtod PresMentwere, t lap'pl
.:. !. of .Hon. GKORCE Rr. BABCOCE of Buffalo, the mortifying:lauritsV fro|&it.be bathe Sn'aliJ-: of b #tSty;bat to'this pxt nlwe believe b. does)|. && in J850,thelllostnoo} f F faaeraft alii! the: wo Jd thai GitfiJcott acquitted most kindly;preceded, my arrival. by
: notT prC8ent tbefeeUDgt of the WUgi of Florida.;) o< Mexico being spied uOn' th trdwd,jwwasealleiMq himselfwith, greai.hohor. ndJa'a manner so order to.
r 1i i ,:N. YM' for presentation the Whig Na- nant source,of, having ben deeateBnl: ; irnyWbi I crrythv8tUe, w concions of the stand and"delinred the contributed, eflcti1allttjaiOtaIn our homo
]: : tional Convention. It Is just such a-document my own'inteirity; Scott will carry.it Jomaf own 2V. r. (.\ roni, and.'thereby: pJactdbimsell
',,.' consented to encounter al this, rather than I[following patriotic speech in behalf of the peace of.Ihe country. II'.J in brilliant ecntrast with the :
f as might be expected: to emanalafrom' my friends should that} indlfier- Jt1s contrasted or4f

.1 t i5 :th l, IL ri c ?& t tat most either:hetoailmysetotthisoceasion to; them (the cause! ;wa and I a Uoft Mr..to'CABELL G CrencoTiyit still l persists true,- nd we opposi-doubt.*UNIOM tiomsts,*then.aud!threatened uthet'lr"by BecwICmlstt Northern! Aboli-. lf .. -. d9.th,.. --.! .X.Couier.1. ,_ ders point.. or t\-01"date oneo oI-omm.-OD-- nb- *:him..;.._..suiS"** one.; .

\Jt 'bor itwiipiined.. This:Tetter adds the .. .. 8. .
: .: loryfo'tlieieiaiied purity and to return my since, thanks, and.to expressthe nothis,! j opposition .wllconUnn I .uutil after;FRANKLIN PIERCE& ever i made",*n patriotic The Intelligencer* of WAsmaaTpw this morning July contains FroBjritbift vetlementsIndiansigna bofartftiae'tff somV&-

.i,;.'; : 'erowmng disinterestedness tbecharacter of. the grateful emotions of.my heart to: ,those the election; but we. do not entertain the speech !halT so much to the point,.w!.hare ajuanifesto signed by:seven M Members I were discoveredand
friend of' : have"so
: ,it" "aodel President thCDty who by the Constitution gene remotest :ida ofJps continuing to occupythe yet *to..see* jt*, ,Gen. SCOTT-f"z {.spokp.siTbslAn-' ., Congress," (not calling themselves Whigs,) proof unquestionably deduced ,thatny t
roslyad /
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.; v" N Attitude eljas follows declaring the reasons why they wilt not support "
... and theUnion during the perilous scenes of b stiitywhich b astumedi tially as : movement was soon known among them
"t' .. ,
,. Gen Scott '
;1.t .1:. v '-- : -. through wbitIvwe-bave'jdst passed..' 'My TRter OeftV Scorfshani have"been t Fel1 CitT n.rraniihefe..thiit ie ETerr"eitiJeIt.bu'aetitutional cone- and'HSsed.lh. atffolfembve further soutVstealing'as
WASHINGTON Juno TO, tS3r rijPhtto ot, fcrwhousoeverrh
,tIi. ..; { _, 'If.\ ; >- i sincere .is,.,that,their .country.'Biay' iridnctetk :into!the(:Preeidentiabcbair;. Mr. ning'riot expecting to .do more tb Uptake mar, adoit iaidate and hereIoretbe tiey\ver t.r efi: tbV cattle
ThAi Presidenl4' _,,. 'they
their in of the, for
' cherish according to ; stand, one corner, room,
I .: ,: fVu.Pfatioal .jrhig.Convtntitm- merit 'lr. 'tbr >. 'IJI.1 CABEI.L,!in'corrimortwilh'many f ;/ 'other' Whig$ my of: listening to, the proceedings tight! : f :theseg ntJeme Ja: !: 6, co collect from'the: settleraarottmlT bee

.I s.4'S '. Sir j.ThJs cornm lni. tiol will, be presented I hope and:trnst.my:withdrawal ,rray;;en, Congress,J& somewhat. :dislrustful\ of:Gen.SCOTT'S .i this very interesting and;important meeting.I pined. uThe fon-pi-( gentleman alcvta/'Mf. Bou5o;has)lost, in .

.::4. ; to you, arid through.you to. 'the delegated able the Convention. to unite-harmoniously future..course::.with .regard to.thcothmis&a had no expectation of baring the' honor,to ground of exc p agelnstGen.Scottmn less than%ne year, over :one 'hund'and
. wisdom .of,the. Whig party over ,which.you some. more' deserving ndidate1 j one be called the stand.I. am indebted to thiS manifesto,:involves a matter
.. 'which i is upon hei4oLttIe
fifty the
feeling by'nomeans' '
'.' preside the Hon i,.George; .R, Babcock w pon elected, may be ''nore;;8u ceOsfuI' in' the:kindness of a friend.wtbo discovered me of fact, which in-common justice to..hi.m, by ie maraadersvi; f
'k; wba represents ia your .body the/ ;*CoogresT -> winning and'retaining confidence the partaken of, t any great' extenVbyhis below::for, having the honor tio; appear::in should be tfnderstood' by the public.. It is 1 .Within twenty rfive mites. north of Fort

T-. sional district in'vhcich I reside. .. ,. party to which he is attacbe than I o' 'constituents.,, :Mn.'CABEiA,,however, we such a .conspicuouqpnanner before you. leged, although resoJ tiona. of the' Convention Capron; on the1:Saa,SabastiaV;we.f otted In:

rr: I tru< that s.ball..be prJoned the been,.Divided as we ere upo my"accession are assnied, will not countenance ,a.factious: Little did,I expect being'called: :upon to/address areadmittedio.bi"c1ear'snJ i 'j explicit alan signs qnii fresh ;.and,nothing but the
t.tr Convention for adverting briefly the course that his acceptance, does not give them
the .P'restdehcyt questions : this and glorious meetingwhich
JLo .on :0 opposition General SCOTT. ;He: cannot, great excessive'i overflow'of nted
.J'. which T have pursued and the causes ,h.'ch. vital j importance, jt was impossible' for me U is {worthy of/.the -Empire City.-'worthy of the approval of b14"sac1g.ment In 'the first water 'pre as
Jr"f:.' 1.1-'.. have induced tt,'as a means of explainingwhy pursue;;a course which would satisfy aU.'I ,consist, ntly,"- give him i his supportJbut' }is the Empire State,and.worthy of T the UNION place, it shoui44be'reinemberedwnile the from: fiedngther: quarters-if they Wets

, :,' I have selected this time and mode off have not ) HI, .have sOughtiuozeaziouslytodoiEat'was'right willing,that,his, .constituents should be I left. which',you!'came here to support. [Great Con'ventionwasin' ;sesyon:and;.Immediately:i riot1 hunters: Every circumstance connected
l'" making this.annllnc atien. .:, than free them seemeth best after the nomination ,Gen.:,Scott:accepted "
rot, ; .what perfectly to act as.to ] .1 see before me the intelligence, wilh:my examination 'fully convinced :
... .M' All must rciAlectthg when I was so suddenly with the "platform of So satisfactory .
would and 1 shall feel i
please j no disappoint in the the wealth, the patriotism of this great city,
';.t.. and unexpectedly called to the, exalted ment at finding that my conduct has,. tn [theestimationof > preniises. voluntarily coming here'for the purpose of was this declaration,''that thelSouth that the Indians had, reawved. (the neighborbood"0f -
station which I now by the deat .pf 'Whether not General Scorp could responded at oni las and cordial pkeechohjse.
t'1t occupy ; majority oIthe Convention, 1 or .carry supporting, the UNION. I am an humble generous Accordingly, Ipro-
. ,.Jt guy Jamented and illustrious predecessor.( rendered me an unavailable candidate, But' the State ofFloridaa.se siIyasany; other. friend' and I devoted 'servant,:of.'that same spirit. The platform'was "a t nditioitlprece.dentit. cured five'br six days' rat QI1f.from: the
.I.,; there was a crijii in our public affairs full it should all be felicitation I do not call citizen. .was jhe''compact.u poa-.whiel tithe )
. at a. subject but of UNION.* myself a United Sutear ml jjjf
.I 'times Whig, we do !not pretend to''say ;j" \ iwa .gour, on account
of difficulty,and danger. The country was nomination depended,and no candidate could
to beeneuable'd of'the North of the ,
any heuhas the East, 'or or West
;t agitated by political and sectional >passions.! 'to serve his count /sacrificing 'himself. o.ne' .thing1.we are certain-had.: .Mr.\Fitt--. or of the South. I have served that UNIoN have stood in hat attitude before tie party, of the State,1 from a citizen, with naif, a

1.f'' r and dissensions, growing out of the slavery ,.. This is a consequence which neither r' MORE.been-the, nominee of ,the JVhlg Na. for nearly fortytwo'years; and ,feel that without assenting to these terms.-" Gen.Scott bushel. i'corn for.each: horse, 'and"taking
I. and Territorial que8tlons bell pending, and he his frienda i but that met the're pol1Sibi manfully.,, nineteen men with me, '(the' balance
J nor have any:cause to regret; tional Convention, no' ODe'doubts am citizen of every part and parcel of this : ,being
.4 Jor.which.Congress had nut as'of yet been_able and'I hope'miuc ,will vieitinthat: 'light. the Slate would,have1:given him.a majority j glorious constellation of States..;As a friendof' And now 'for the subsequent hiStory. sick,) IjM.t.oct, fnllyresqrvia"to visit Okee.
t f" to agree. upon any measure compromise The President of the Convention:delivered
-f For myself, permit to add,;,| have -nofurther.aspirations. the'UNION{and knowing that the UNION chobee Lake where I knew ,
; the
' : me. han that.whichirii848 rendered Indians
4 and adjustment. far greater official nomination Gen. SCOTT in
M the to
J feel that, I have enjoyed is in jeopardy, and knowing that;this meet person
" ,., The Union:itself was threatened with dissolution much .more ,of public honors than I Florida the banner, TAYLOR :State of the ing was called.f on the,purpose'of f devising with the.resol aliens i regular 'attested were in somc.anmbers.: My-guide conducted *

0,.:, and patriots and statesmen looked. deserved, and I shall soon retire from, this Union. Floridians love Mr FILLMORE de. measures of compromise and conciliation,! by the officers of that body.. Those original me.with.difficulty, as .farsouth..as theAlpatiorks
.' -:j with apprehension to the future. .In ,that resolutions Were attached to his leter of acceptance
station with satisfaction here thanks for the
infinitely more He a place in their affections have come : Svampi; whichxwejerossed; with
;:.:1.:.. feeling I participated most profoundly. The, than Ientered upon it, and with a heart votedly. occupies kindness have-shown me. 'I amtnot and atopy of each was made, so some trouble d
".,,.'I II difficulties and dangers which surrounded us grateful for the confidence; hich.my counr t second only to that. which they che-r art abolitionist you nor an advocate of slavery.. I as to furnish'Intelligencer; and Republic aporiarriTing at the rivet

.iO..: : were calmly but anxiously surveyed. I was trymen have reposed in me-grateful for the rish for the memory, f, the great and good would hot have, come here if Ihad. thought jvith the facilities of making s.I! eol1Spabhcatlons. of"the.same nome,'.I found it verj.highp! ,-
f\ oppressed by a sense of the great responsibilities And so careful was hIS and the, current. rapid. This: river
indulgence with which they have received HENRY CLAY. Their hearts will ever grow those subjects.would have militated with pre' runs
" < .t: that rested upon me, and sincerely distrusted humble efforts to them and .' each other : this'meeting. I did not caution that Gen. SCOTT made a menorandn mon through an .eztensive .
,;, ,! my .serve anxious warm at.the mention of FILLMORE'S name j at come open, prairie, where
: my ability to'slJ tain them in a manner the backbf each'set of resolutions, asking '
only that they be better served by : here sea Whig or .as a Democrat. I bare relieves the .
nothing sight for
.::t...1 JA.:: satisfactory and useful to the country. my successor, and that our glorious Union and they can but indulge an abiding hope. not attended a party meeting for.upwards them to be verified by cbmparisoa'atthe: two miles., 'The.
"' 't Bnt I was bound to make the attempt, and, and' free institutions maybe perpetual. that, after the lapse of the' term of four 'forty but; when the, is. that offices, in order to avoid the eriors which copseqqence wasno wood, could be' procured

,-. .I to dq it with discard any hope of success, 1 felt it. I have the honor to be, sir, your f low years, during which bis principles and mea the UNION years'is in\danger: and a rally cry is called had previouly occurred. This was the only 'tharwinfloat. to form a raft of//
.1. necessary to every personal consideration citizen and obedient servant, for the of the UNION, I would be a reason why the words "resolutions annexed"were without.wbich.we hot'
advocated ,
} ; will be doubtless faithfully support over our
and ::devote myself to the difficult I sures employed.He.incorporated and adopted '
'J'J; : task before me wttb entire of MILLARD FJLLMORE.FLDfilM by'General t SCOTT bewill coward and a recreant to mj'.country jf.Idid supplies dj., Andy after .following it
singleness and perpetuated. : ,. not respond to the call.I'mean to give the resolutions as part of hIS reply, and
heart. again be. called to the .elevated position little in ot the UNION no stronger affirmation of approval (Old be banks for a dar and a half, the greater part
strength support : ;
',i,:.!s.:" task To I prepare endeavored and strengthen to lay aside myself,as for far this as 0 I lEFOBLICAI.I which he .now so honorably and patriotically and my, God''willing; I will do so. I am not:a given.published;These-resolutions''papers, to after! avoid GenCHAP repetition., of ,the time horses.knee-deep',in(mud and water, *
I bad
" strong man, but 1 have little 6tre1gth'left leading our the mortification tote
"* :.s ; practicable every merely selfish consideration fiils. I"sball' be 'buried .under' the MAN'S letter, but not after that of Gen. SCOTT, ;
and 1 trust defeated in
; to banish from my mind every local or JACKSONVILLE. : God that devise or supposing rit"to :be unecessary.'as; ke made my plan&aJhugh! the much

ir :. sectional prejudice, and to remember only The Senatorial Contest-Yulec,Stock 3. UNION.fall' grant plan to ,save you may that UNION to distinct reference! them., hIS ia vain,therefore desired spot vas almost i in sight Changingmy

J..2!..i.' that I was an American citizen, and the Thursday, July 22d, 1352.' e below Par.The which upon'we.some are, in heart and' soul, alien to attempt'objections on this poor plea course ,one .north, in two. days I..came

. .. f .: magistrate,of the American Republic, bound much devoted." ..* because they will not hold water. If. Gen. into the'U. S. road made by Gen. .Twiggs.
to regard every portion and section of it Whig National Nominations. committee in the United States Senate The gallaotGentrai resumed his seat; SCOTT must be opposed by:'men:'who have I.then.divi.ted, ; .
force in
f' with equal justice and impartiality: That to whom was referred the claims of amid' the most, enthusiastic and prolonged been accustomed to act with the Whig party, my squads
. t 1 migbtdo this the more effectually, I resolved FOR PRESIDENT: seat in' the The' meeting shortly afterwards let it be upon some tenable ground more one commanded 'b- myself-,the
: the
."J',. .- within myself not to seek a re-lection. Mr. DAVID LEV YULEE to applause.adJonrned, Iving three cheers for General worthy than a flimsy-pretext and one not other by my.Ajd, ,.CoI John' ,L.H pkius.
. ;:. Thus prepared, I entered upon the discharge WINFIELD SCOTT. Senate.,to which Hon. S. R. MA.LLORY\YaS impeaching his undisputed integrity j'by imputing detachment
.;-. : SCOTT aBtitbe UNION. My own taking the,west side of
( of my official duties with a determination elected by the Legislature of this State, 'have even indirectly to him a discreditable ,
the joh
1':'f to do every thing in my to aid I FOR VICE PRESIDENT : St. ", arid the other the east side of
power unanimously reported in favor of the sitting /7 From the Louisville Journal] subterfuge. VERl'fASI
-i. in the settlement of dangerous controversies. I the Kissimniee, we proceeded ',route for
" ..,i.l' Fortunately for our favored country,a majority member, and against.Yu&l' This is, doubtless 4ii.i Scott and Jaeluon Cone.-oad nee.. .CYFICL&k coB.REIPOSDZcE.MaJ. : Fort Mellona 'distance of. :one'.hundred
'.'l I in both Houses of Congress rising .what Mr.., TI.EE,as well as every body )_ '
i'. ,"'i above mere party and personal considerations correspondent, "B.,''has favoredus else, expected-for be knew as certainlyXshe We know some hingof the, true.JiSstofy Gen. Hopkins to GOT. Brown.Q0ARTKR3 through a. wilderness, with but'twodays'
.,.;;; nobly and patriotically devoted themselves .another i interesting communication, shines hat of the quarrel between Gen. Scott and Gen. llEAD -FLORIDA suppliesfor our .men, and no provender .
that the by daY. VoT-tfNTKERS.
..',f rto the great work of pacification. which shall have a place in our.next. knows sun / Jackson. .Gen. Jackson, while in commandof Fort Mdlo*,.E F., Jme 26, 1852. 5 for our horses. We arrived 'at Fori
:' The constitutional advisers whom I had he, 'had no' more.shadow.of. a. righj4o Mr. the southern division pf the armyissued i :(r Mellon, as above reported, 'within a few
r. '. called to my'aid, and to whose fidelity, talents MALLORY'S seaE: than had.the huntblest individual I a general order that wasconsidered, and justly His ExcnxsscT THOMAS BROWX t hours of each olher.
.1' j and patriotism the country is chiefly indebted Oar National-tfomluee. *. in"Florida. It was a mere i/ matter' of: too,very disrespectful to the War.Depart- Sin : ,have t the:honor- to report to you ,-- .

for any benefit it may have'received Notwithstanding the degree of assurance ment. In that order he proclaimed that every my return.to. this post% yesterday, with my I crossed.the.formidableiBig Cypress lowdown
in its assumptionsuch' '
;" ... from my Administration, with a unanimityand with which the that the I speculation officer of his anfly.must make,reports directly command. [On/the.31st of Miy, I left, .with ; finding fullof: >water,'but much
I I.I .; zeal worthy every of commendation, democracy" assert as an 'individual who has to'himself,'arid 'not to the :War. [ Department more formidable in imagination than
':1.. '; cordially gave their,'countenance and influence nomination oi SCOTT and GRAHAM is to be for nearly life-time fed at the: public crib ,and that any' violation of this_:order' tweutyntnemen, for the regipaof country It 'not reality.
,;., ; '' to the legislative department in perfect. repudiated by-the great boJy of the Southern J. ro-rro i.._ i...orc.iKeand make "'.telL" would be punished. Gen.:Scott, it fa probaWcfmiv between the St. John's and. Indian.-rivers. is ; : miles through. I

.'."i ing and adopting those healing measures of Whigs we have yet to learn, from reliable YOLEE is now finished-used ,up..and _naoLi-u. ii pan jhis order in.asocial Crossing the first-named river above Lake found large number of, hogs belongivg to
:. .: 11 compromise, which, upon their passage, I that such is the himas circle ; at any rate, an anonymous letter Monroe; I directed nfy course south idOast .b. lnJ'nHt9f _m!, tut sources, case. for rid of
i'.,1 s felt bound, by every consideration of public the people of Florida are ever- was written to Gen. Jackson, stating'that of Indians having thickly inhabited that .
I !; duty. to give my official approval. These So far as our limited observation extends, a legislator-for'Ati own .interests. By Gen: Scott bad'-done 'so. i General JacksOnwrote t" examining, closely the intermediate of section
:..I. laws being enacted, my constitutional duty we are led'to the belief that the Whig candidates his contesting operation with .:.MALtoar, he to Gen. Scott inquiring of him if the country I progressed-often crossing from country; and Dearer'ou approach

' 4 i: was equally plain to' take care that they will (save, perhaps, in Georgia) receive will make all that be originally expected to.I statement of the'anonymous letter was true. one river to the other in my route. Within civilizationthe: :.more apparent tbe

'.:tL' faithfully executed." But this I found the vote of the entireWhg party in and diem for Gen. Scott made a reply, which those 'who one day's ride bf Enterprise, on'the morn- indications. Their'families, 'I, think, have
.6t the most painful of all my official duties. realize from it-mileage per have ,hunted,up correspondence are careful / fou'nd'IOdi*. v V all.left for fAechobee, inside our lines-calculating !.
'.[1- Nevertheless I resolved perform it, every State in the Union. seven and a half months' splurging" in not to giv.e in'the publication: I n that reply i lug of 'the 3d J.une) n .signs, ibjtioubt : make -

1i i!. regardless of all consequences tomyself j We in common with nine-tenths'of .our Washington amount .sufficiently largeto ,'if we are rightly informed, Gen. Scott addressed with, poney tracks, and also a large trail.of ; ,,Tbe-to a stand there ia

" r and, in doing so, I determined to know no friends-in the South disappointed the that he have incurred Gen. Jackson 'with perfect J courtesy' cattle; directing south, and followed by the case invasion. warriors are outside
'J It? North'and no South,and no friends but those party were sadly defray( expense may b'ut.expressed'his opinion Gen. Jackson's 0rse8'and Indians some of them on" foot. their lines, hovering around our settlements
L;:. xvho'sustained the constitution and laws, and at the defeat of the noble FILL- in his efforts to render his" "educa general order. 'This called forth from Gen.JJackson1 to take adi antage::6f.anyfavorable

j ji'i iI .t: enemies but those who opposed them. MORE, who had so ably and faithfully performed .' tion more," "and,complete: ,tbetong' and"yerrabusive':: letter This trail I,continued .on, for, nearly two tunity that might offer to tut'their oppor.bloodthirsty
The result of this which is as a 'of the days, when ',we,found the entirely
' i gratifying policy is. before the duties incumbent on. him as DAVID., We wish all sorts published portion correspondence ;country '
I, and the Good-bye, you and which 'closed with propeo i fes'I have, iinder these
0- vou country. The angry strife an assurance burnt 'er-no doubt by the Indians to
'.....::., which for'a time threatened to 'array State Chief Magistrate of thrffcation during times of. good luck in your speculations:as;a private frond Gen.. Jackson' that,' if Gen 'Scott evade 'pursuit, From time1 to time, in? cir amstabc. kept up constant guard.ia
. J against State and brother that "tried men's souls.1' T&feeling was individual but 'dp that felt himselt personally aggrieved- challenge my the '
:j- against brother, ; we hope you ; discovered i the'same'trail Fort1 Gatlin settlement, which bas enabled -
': and deluge-our-happy land with fraternal of so ardent a' nature as to cau'se,very many I Ito"repudi will exhibit "ears" to' the I from him would receive prompt attention route we l.directingits m "'
. not family
again every to &gJ
your andlivelit
, ..> '; South and for'OkeecIi bee.q. crops,
. blood and desolate it with fire and sword, the nomination, at the, outset, ; Gen:. Scott "treated thsletter' as a way ;
.;: :... has fortunately passed away. The purging! of General..SCOTT. Now tbatthe smoke of public so conspicuously! as ithas, been your challenge, though,i it was not one inform, and. til near the military road, when':..discontinned ;- theHf'owri homes .Until Jny first arrival
Iof "', billows of sectional : misfortune to do in this last crowning there tKe"i habiiaDIs ail
agitation are' calmed, made.the.folowjngresponseV it making"m for Fort Capron were collectedat
; and the' the battle has cleared away, and" the ober ; i ; t way awbich"pace '
pnblic mind is fast settling down into act" of a long public'careen; I one bov&s,. )1aer.'lfv .Onr opera-
Gen. Scott to Gen. Jaclaon. arrivedonthee'vOningof.tbe15th
its accustomed channel-; will second thought" been taken feel confident -
soon renew we tinna have IJei
.its'wonted devotion to -the Constitution'and that we but the sentiments of HEADQUARTERS, 1st and 3d Military Depart-) ofjune. In.:.the interim bei'ween'ttie given much. to the,fronu'etsettlers. ,
I'I k. the Union. express KEEP IT DEPORE'HE'PEO I. I ,menU,-Wow York,Jan' 2, 1811,'r rS" 3d arid 15th I:. was busily examining every .

l' '. '. Availing: myself of this happy change Ih&J thegreat body of Southern Whigs when we. That, at'a' meeting of Democrats held in Sir : Your letter of-the 3d 'ultimo I was suspicious spot between the two'rivers,-frequently Your Excellency will readily! ; see, by the
that ,,
there is
3 determined, when the assert now a manifest determination handed I to me"about'the:22d, :bd has notbeenread '" *'t .
t present Congress New Boston Ion the ,2d of accompanying letter from?General-"Blake
N. Januarylast .coming i up'with habitation some of tome
...'; a met to announce to the"public, in my annual to bow with humble submission to I'might say 'ibo lghtof, since. 'f
.;: '., message, my previons resolution not to suf jwWerihfn, jorit1. of the delegates' in Gen..FRANKLIN. .PIERCED the, Locofoco These circumstances'will'show you'that it which appeared; to' have tbeea abandoned 'thathis' negotiations! ho' nearer,be
1Z fer my-name' to come before the National National Convention, assembled, and render candidate for the Presidency, addressedthe is, my wish-to! reply to you '\Ji8pauibfta lr.n. since"my first'expedition' ',ort:the Kissimmee ing realized eothan'thej: were six months

I_ _ Convention for a nomination. I accordingly. meeting. In reply to an* interrogatory I regret that I cannot accept the challenge March. la t., ,I particularly) looked around since. He s DOt sot far seeh even a sob-
General SCOTT cordial and united be restrained _
perpared a paragraph to that tfleet but tupport. offer me.' Perhaps i may
wa yon
... ,-c; finally persuaded to strike it out lest it We,are,at. a loss to conceive what cousse from .Mrl'Foss. ; a. .clergyman' present as to from wishing to level a pistol at thebreastof the:two,'creeks, ,Crane. ,and Turkey, wKerg, chief, *i indication, of their unwillingnessto

:,',- : might have an unfavorable influence upon the few: dissentients in our ranks Can whether he (Gen. 'PIERCE' ) ." regarded; the ,a fellow-being-in, private,combat,.by'a report &aid Indians ,had Lresided from their remove. T'question the sincerity his

:. the then pending eletiO in Virginia. their rcasonably features of the Fugitive Slave Law as consistent sense of religion but) least ''this motive first coming' to this; country,' which, however negotiatOi.-Thej may ba his most troublesome
;1;; 'After that pursue if. they persist in.. ; determination should exciteithe.:ridicille'of gertllemen ;
I concluded arid wih
-4 to with' common. law.1" Gen PIERCE not so. have opponents; .time deyeiope UI -
is resorted ,
S withdiaw 'my tame p address to "bolt" the nomination, of liberal.habits of thinkingraod acting i beg I : They always exists

: ;" to the people, and prepared one accordingly ; Gel1erat t5cOTT"'t s separating themselves immediately, replied: leave to add that Ijdecline the honor of-yonr i to!< ..these- .- waters- for fish-- and-,0ysteS-1iv aril waTtbt a s rpag "prejudice j J ,

ci: t j : but this coming to the some from their' old associations.No "I* If I must answer tht question, Isay-Nor invitation from patriotic scruples My..ambition four,or five miles oE. .,An impassable scrub with many againstusingforce: in the removal -

.j my'' friends they represented me that iny .. I do.: not. ,I have.been asked if .I liked this :is not.that. of Erostratus.: I should also obstructed'my advance,'extending fronton f.t Indians. Their.false'pbilaa-
,a that time would not true}and ,honestWhig\ willfor a moment Slave law I, answered'Notnl think .would be easy.jfor.you.to console ,
jr, onlyendanger' Fugitive the7 ; thropy will, in time, lose its influence aSdeven
" Ai;.; i tbef perpetuity of those harbor a thought or entertain a serious loathed itI have,a most ;revolting,feeling yourself under this refusal by the applicationof Driver to 'othef, interspersed! with '

.:J, which I deemed so essential, 1 to. meure. peace idea_ of.>.voting for FaASKLIN PURCEi. It is at the giving up of a slave t!. *Thelav. >>is opposed ; a few epithets, as cpwara, &c., to the ob- larks,:Jag'pohsi'and grass"ponds.""'Losing! :the ,.they.themselves_urge, their .uncondi
tt r: i and :welfare of the r- laum ject of .reaentmel t rand I here promiseto trail/acrossthe: scrib..mv.nnlv tional expnIsioniTThe! grtater put forbearance -
country, but 'would sacrifice not in the:nature of things for an mdividoaito to n ty.JI1.! < Jour ; rhanrj.fr.----..-
, '.. many friends''who bad stood by ray leave yon until the next war to persuade proceed was o..b aditbiidir'g; ,-the..more'unreasonable. will,be 1 their
; forsake goodcompany, when the inevitablO of their truth.- along;
; jo.11 Administration in the Jirk-and perilous cn- Ufl3I ) P. Kenned,. yourself ::! i- demands :
: : us,
:r F: : .s through'which it had so r 'tendency of such a'procedure i is.to place '. ; -. J"- Ibave: the Or'to be' :yon obedient servant baiik'J.of'' tric1iin.1i T I r; wh cb'.:IS'" i'n'' 'soth "By.'their.'cbntinaarice among

. .: The" frs was an appeal 'to. cntlx.p. himself, j in,much worse'.company tba 'that this' distingaished 'gentleman: ,has been ,' j, a Oj t-J .WnisizLSco.: p,itC_.,.",,.vJitrabr" ,. '' IP n. lofty'.,,.Ser> thirty ou .'citize a are'eprivecl.! of the'ase pf Somevaluablelaods

'j.r.? 'the t my 'gratitude. 1 could 'resistneither wfcich be has left. Not only will 'the company -;, appointed by the President'to i 'fill I tbe: post ofSecreUryJofj To Geni'ANDREW-JACKSON commanding'the.SouthernaDivisionV.of feet high,, composed;: entirely pf .coquino : ;. \\Xprf; : riidy 'rely'upon. .it,
... ,
: the .United
- States
' _; andthteforeyielded: to tbeir rd. ; : they wiliot, pmtil forced, *
I r rock.Between, gqr by some ItJpe.rior
:.k. : quest,*arid consented that my name should remain be, unspeakably- .iij ,'bad.* f V"f but'the princi- ; the Navy '
,h. where it pies of the crowd, into whose midst' Is GAHAM. no part !;Flqrida J ,cjin'boast'of:: .bettar
" was, ;! of
.1' 1 wnici'T! presumed i it that its :further thrown'are as'tnuch worse7as worse can''beat This appoinUnent''..is',highly creditable;to quenr refleeifotr upoitHhc'insultiog;: erpres- t4s.:P9L! her'ri jers, thanyots'ill: .find any such'hope' ". This is.the land

;1 :: Use* could Neither benefit them nor the cause :Variance' with' his 'former projfessioris the''Administrating'and"a'compliment justly sions'Jn; Geh; Jackson's lettef,'became'so7 i IIi here.; In, fact:in;every respecCitTi:a, well bis'nativity. ;j':all his,yonng' 'aftaocaations' art
F- i.whicbwealj hadsnchatheart.' It was, censed that be:resolve,,iiiviotationof'the 'for hero S. tbV ,nes'/of. bw:chlldbood] the
and4.at war vndi 'the true interests'ofthe the :'esUinable gentleman1 onvihom adapted settleftj'and;sa :soon'asnhe .
deferred by -"A f* -
\ ictions
bowOerdistinetlyuiiderstooii! that I1 could -? *! i 4 -1- con of his1 own ijudgfnent"t6 find -
II.I. not consent to use any efforts I td procure 'a American people;", n :. it, has, been >conferred; There i are some! :opdrtonityLoftleekirig1ersonal redress Indians.1 .. are I ..,'rem., I 0.ved., ',froriT I 'the I 'S&tethere"Rill ,. '\ home of) *t youth; the haunts.of his more

!: nomination ; but, if one were freely'and voluntarily 'Whigs ol')4'tl> and ''48 f yoa'havelsacrK! fewas' eloquent[ !and"patrio1i Whigs'in*theUriiop :- .A fewyears; afterwards/'whenfGeri.1' ." .l be'._.aa immenfe'jnflax of. jopulatjon[ mature jean?;_and-above,jalli;:ior the.njin4

;. tendered, I should not at liberty ' < e Jackoi:weht to Washington City as a'mem: this.cCoantry.tjrlt '.never was and jaemor Vofaa.Indian;:the grates of4u
b feed: personal. t preilifections, on', '
t. f f fslpns r ber'of tfce UrS Senate'an have
1 tdechollb'I" T t | ; ; opportunity' Nature*to'be 'uninhabited., Partner"south fathers are They long sine
1" than,one I ,Npw youaare.called.uponagain cause in .Congress,aVand: subi.sequent sented ;
itself i '
Geni Vt
: embarrassing question now presents Scott was there/aud heat ho L rrifat To':OeafeVour rni and; ;:
itself, who is to det ewhell: r the use loC .to make'the sarn&sacrifice-wilIyou; to, the','time JouMiTirtER's: treachery once addressed "m 'note tdGen';Jackson; ver,:wuriffybecbmes; verytrpo6riand Nearer !

I ay name can, no,longer my friends or hesitate "or falter Your'eounirj'l 'interests and.has ever since'been'ready't put with a view'to the*settlement'off their diJhV i-*-* *-.''*ara._ %EoWstly" .. *oopnioabat: the--- i-,ex-7Jpensenof day they< are:l o peaceful.removal. ,
f To assume tOdecide I ; culty upOn tb ffierd'ol; 'honor:'-'GeitfJack s.rveying'on:' "_,,town8bip willibfinore bantbey'ere an the Beginning-, We sbsHbaye.
t'cmonuuaJ; il-eat stake 4i measures, not ineri'you'arecalled | a :" ehouldetTjofthe\wfieet; ,":,if private, i ,Ca.pacltyt11 :
W Ift .\ I of.the .Convention,,' -ii-i--i :il" son, instead 'ofv giving-'ai writt n'r pI1;riei than. thousands. of such. acres will sell' tocornmeOcevfgous'opertjons ttsome
without consultation with those'who have so upon i endorse !jsustaml! ; ;Whlg- nyharfog1itattIe.; vi paired immediately in person'to Gei1.-.S otf'i fiiIjowithzneIteendays'; .- ;. 'l' .f.'... ., .,-" dmc ,lhVj t*
i : genemusIysustaine4; me, .might be:'deemedby gery aud prosperity, or,Locofoctisna and de. ,. ; .. . ....f room.offered him'' his, hand\;rem rk d'that ... fficient &kL say,,ihesoce1

L ,them urijnst, :To"consuU: : them i is utterlytovsuOejrmyloame 6tructibiihoose. .'ye'_! :1: :' 'HONJ DUDLET.MAUl., formerly a distinguished they were both' getting too old for,1,,ffairs ::J hini-.u. t."- .- ter. Under existing]circamsUnces, I ftbsll
: 3ka4i41c J ;and : } to j H: : LjA1zin1ngL ;. 4 member of,Congress ,from the'StateofjNew.jYorti which,belonged more properly ip youth and eel supposed to subsist us until weepnld by.virtue! ofyourautborityj,Drdiritheerganizatiod -

I I I'i aconteatfor. the Bominatioa is, contrary : .. 111 ; ; ;arid :one :of HBHRT.. CRAY'Swarcriest hot blood,.-and 'proposed-that"'every'. thing 'get again>td- head. 'quarters.Oa. :, i :: (f JaiVolunteer"moVnfd!, force,

'narit,my'original myii lints.inien tloo.n.4, utterly, ;Tepng- :(:;1r'A tfvjJrJ.I': j n i ."' 1 t4r "doin\i anjlimjst\eu'thu3lastic.friends, hai Gen unpleasant; Scott'met1; the Gen pasthoUldb'.1ack n'sl overtures o..goael1: in. jbird",. ajMira(. it'.. .bjegin .to"' raiH!., f.ie'' heavily1. sufficient; with the aid-if so ordered) of tieUate4s&ies
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-. ." .. pntconsnltation'ww.ariy'ori t ;;; therefore, eltjl'lbf the'.manger'').-'.who; is.desirous .of. going re ntly. paid the debt,of Natare.' He died proper' spirit and'the: two nfe( uniformly "nd. .." i. Iv.:f Jj' : w. days,'and. .,',nf1ht8,;';with' ) ; ;ITO'#)>owJf'FJ' < rid ,}'.1051?

q 'tO assuming. resporis'ibility.of authorizingand over to tbe enemy,'has'.conjured'>.up ah excuse at the advanced age of sixty-six yearff. afterwards'up terms'of personal eSnrtesy only short intervals.. .Having:i no.ifOte.ctiOQ pel them forcibly, or urge their unconditibnslsurre i

'n : :. rqq IDgJ ) either before 'f orSo ;doingV;arid'gi ves''tbV;jmblic\the "' J..s' .-. -., 'f 'Ji ? and kihdnessA G i. Scott might' _} tim any for'bnt- provisions, theconieqaOncewahitOOit1iOcathe :: : : derF. iuitherihig: t\at,

S p'after any{vote:niay be taken)in' the.UonTfriUonfciir benefit of U. ,Areraion..tomi Wy W!, impels ; ,* !JCD'OE' BROOME'the'Iiicofoco'; carididate; n:wbc pubUsbet him as a coward;what 'unfit for asej'and'oa'ttetbVday : 7 Would And'-itJJqofe"eWdo !ica.1''thu the
he 'sbair be'satisfied -; Vfi 2rtji, WfJ! the brave old'Gdvj Scbtt/'Ol Kentucky'oncesaid ii "I' 7
w .. ,\ c whenever J him i .to,witbbojd his! .from General for Governor,.wejjca.rn from the News 'e ''J"k t 01' course a'preae&u'rsded: Tbe Iahtfl"Jk
'.f that I have to my friends ;ypte ) ;> fellow!! J who -'publil iI'.!:.as'a ) .we' 6w niiniljpu,-1. 1ft, ; fm'
.( clsbarge.OY.4uty. ScqWand give l it to(7( nrPir.ciL.; Con* swill'address rail.whb disposediiotlistea Tbelac" f..provisions i4, .
,.: and be. j Jette, arid : ) w"lni'postIgme as a cdWard" youp6styourself ,n .havipg tansed : ui KUu, > w lu'tr;
.r 1j'::0 wUbd raw y'jamerwatheconsuleratiooof ]j. sistehcy.'lthoii. irt.a jewel l 1"#& *iu&i; tip bTm id'''thts' !Iac i'oril'i Tuesday,fext, the i to',aiijltewbrl3 S' ..JooI.aodahar.'o' fevetotaki1taappeara ce among as.l jaionU1 i M..tlt ,\ .'i'''wKf t!-"

heConvention.. ,. ? .. 'Vt;l ; ? A poor 'Giiier l. !( na'wh "-' Attnii 27 l,1fiii, .of1.. : .f" 'ta.ee. .,,!"lJ'l.' 6 t win 1))!, tl1.fj ol1 If.I'.jHHh "l though'acVi iiadvsable! Ji'd1, .8th"d ,to-aii State OfI.o rthV\Uaiteo: ',8ia ; ;'BI'rD'i miale!

-\-<'L'J' tri that which;myrineiJdswlirappreclatstWoece _cbrar.!s'irieto.act'wJtboctconsuJtinj''the6u : % ,a'w O.f": \iJR J'H'WlM :j, :il"";.'tberelos 91anda4tt 4 Jk' ; I/!ti; has. ;'been_ ,,,someWojearsince'we after#I Genrsliacksoo'&ppiojonof the'reconciliation"wh! tner 1 Gen..it':''Scott:may; < )']r.- i'S''w.llonll"' .lt4.1 ..'comma:i'recte4ibi -'"-,' "."j u"_- t-"ji1afJ : .to.e"'' I ,ii-1. .. i9" kkakhnk' 'I;.'f
-1- :'4(; I would cheerfully:)pake of\Government jnach better than.one .were' edified'by;a public;harangue have been before,*was'of"thtindst favorable ::to.accgrapanytheinclt.to..FortCiprouv : monthsonly) wil ",be''necess ry,to ksve tW

." ', ;:; any personaTs&crifice for ten t. or for who has'covered himself all:over with gloryl$5p .,. from one of the real".!.fire-eating" democracy: characters "GenJacksonrda oS'1bi" Presi at which place he arrived safely:intwbfdafsf ; Indians' beyond beyond ,the ,Emits-**

,' ,, l. ;'. .ibwcoi! ot nycanur. nothing 1 ':h Ul t ''ba t i.'iht; '' J. NCI doubJ"thcJujge;: ([ !will.,-endeAvor!' (. bow. dehcy., paid the higr.eat'compliment to Gent 'i'was'tirid i' rewive'd?"y:the our. Stat. ***".. 'L aVo" ti'.
.: f ; ; l-1\ !' if ,-1' ; !; ScotV'inl instructed!''Geh:CassuheoF.Seere* ; f' '*" '" r '/ '" t' ,', ,:.. 'I/f
; OJ ; } Joo 1 .
':,-' 'r., b .sfOr iIllf: 1"7et4ewit'inct *:#1?i Egd -v Sf:' 19 .,1I tff.cn:.!higogi." Kq JVkfl'f: l WlW4 ifCompromise ". J l'd! 'it tarv.of>Wafr to'say to:Gen.'Scott that be re* trit i4aee .rt.f..ll flj"3' : dr f.id,Iwf'1..:ti...,.. ., 'E', a"uaT: '.th"' e ,'.h"u... s.t to. nml1n....r yo.,'WI&II

'f 'I-, :; ?ljhi ttc-tJb betothep1icaspoui: ; j&flLi .W ,with, 1oQulftachrjo1 ,''IIi i your, :without 'approvingjol its'pnoci i."l i. Uea upohisiagacityandjkudenceaiid. his r. de'elb.tbei sick.ailopLtablyr .. P"f OVU. Tery.l' t3-3 ) :B! f.KIN,- t.t

'ff f -. ,He candidate. I knew that' jt placed 'me 1 new associates '".'*"*..* .o-v ,! ,.Wshll ee7& 14 'id", LUi) iG1 reliance was carried,to the, efUnt, 'of, -ieadjog I Iierc4 bytlOsi entleaa"' : '. : t'tAf srJI .: .

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'I Covitcm;.;..,'.Jj-l.:18: : Cot. HART, fine of the Delegates Irani this' rrw_ subscriber Is "aow opening,M'bla Stor Qk.1fat "li .' --,----. .v. ,.A CO, _Orr" .
Present-Hla Honor H.Di Holland,Inten- C01IDt1 lGWStat C oD7J' f t,d .HOu,Forsjta-ftreet,;a.generaT__ a ofL "P ;J"CK.S IDhi 'j ,. fi: L'.J.A. u futt ."J' .u w a". _11D I

atM;' Th t.z; PP'I" ,. IlaJo1 rn IW tTorea hi.i tijt e' oornior .' \ ..BITGa.'f'n.y. IS .: r,.pa. t ...tft. "' Itr- >S.;" &Q1VN. 'Prlt.' ,it'--1. ,..'! L.L.r.n-r.._ o"l'V\uuaM1\ _.t 5t14 lbs.fGrl,Of .IIIitecI aJ thOeJ4Lm' I i,
;S& eo.mBE .:'r- I "
coaciIme ft:1lfU11up JFJQ .
:1 The .7On" .HOUSL .
and Bntt, body1 ,ar : .n'-q tes. .It stJBacamERta "' J I.Iit 4 M ., .
J U IB si,cd ; IP1) cDD.. ; i 3 ..Lsas clarlestos SvaanalMaad.tbe 'mat waee.aplsteJ
last" oar .. .1.'tiperieoe -eoDdadedlJ.1 betweeir *
Tht ioinutet of ,meeting xrertrtad.and. ," r i,1i 'f i >* .*. *> -.. ia teaching baa St. John's a MIred; fop&be net,..1sf .. .'
M" VVWJ1IOt'Iv C tbJiA his eI" river.
toow .. SHiCTKD CAXX. zespcthdly' ...toDo. "O"-th. ,
approved. "- "- ., % '" COL. aEOBGEfT.WABD. ""* rai TO'C1TI'f.tOIt.S, .' _'-:,- ,, Invites the p.\lio 0 call sn4 t.i&a'ID rii ... Ib tbbousi. ,.has b.s.a4oetaL:wWcnaf ; l ag neein.i an 5L4iklji. otab.i ire.
fa t Itwill et'&rn"hl&ad' donerlusI the
Reports of Committees',being ,ealleellor, S &" $S j A tk tHe Invites the_srtttttiooa > hit constant efort't.sltIv&&s'th. ftrInsJOdlt fee'froittIwlib pisuas rannin u... -
and Hears asked fur. :. "*.- For Congress wuJHON. cians and the :to otMerchzntaPhyzi-his Friendship and esteem ef Ids pvpOcr: and to insta Lean Char1atcna Twj3 Sy .o'clock front sat tear, seibleg It at-tlClll6r1&tll.
i ue.e'D community, Stock with the those principles which tend t develop toe human LeaveSa at 12 w. Henwiatke-Sooth aid say ,
/'EDWARD-C. CABELL1CoL assurance that,the articles will be found to be InteUeet and &O reins the hearthV: ,-'&>'* naahMeryJ7eQ? dayaf4 ..>.. bus for evtr MM and aCsrdiiiC eta S
tber time. ; fresh*of prime-quality,and at as low prices U *Wttfcou<[be!pg ta the least.seetarlaaTtlw Jastl. LclIreJ4ekJouT11I.e .7unday at 10".a *. The subscriber hnjJred afty p1soi Ut i

Committee on C.'Drew's and Geo.C.-Powen .,J.. P.'-Snasoiahe, ,candidate. 'for, they caa be.bought in any market of the South tnle.win be conducted oawligioasprindples.1 LeavePicoUU-., ..14. "!'jiTua Thundaat/'tJ "_*.'*,1.*: ,T.I' tiAn' hose 1tbeg tb eo.Ua2iMaWr tie Ie' ,

& Co..'- 'bil1JepOrtifl.f&T0Yi'Councilma : said PresidentiaVElector for East- Florida- Hon.- coUDtq.D, OITOSCbewinif By a most,"whuh thorough experience system of hat reviews and exam ,! *7.r7 Friday,** "' *Mf !*&'J eMefe heir de5 lbi .ha has had su.e 1qr .
suggested the Lea.P5c01a&a especial comfort u4 Ma sends his .
bills were ordered, paid. THOMAS RiKpilL'for' the Middle, and Col.J. -- Tofcaee* 4c Cigars Old Liquors Principal flatten,binSlfSth&t XnowKgeWe Lean JaeboniDe every.i"ridA7.at .af tL'" to make.riO may r1",him._srrsegameuts I,' _-. ..'
aad WI.e. ,Fine acquired;cannot be lost / ->7 Friday, a fi ", ---7'*
.BaJEngtonth'en offered the 'J.-FiiaiT'for:: SUUenery Cutlery, ? .r wtabtoaOdwcfluz.dfor.eT&Ue.St. "
the'W'est -= ; "
.. every&tnry.at I
o Jewelry, 4&, 4 c* Great IndocemMrts are bfred.-4n the:wav at )TIN."hU. 'l'tWt i 1
; .which"were'adopted: The nominees 01 .iTheLADna health and beauty of situation to bl\_ .1'Ifa1 i _. .Acae1Ja
following're8911,1ti the National Conventfonand wfflfind.be thinks many articles to parents wish w tuiit>nBtaMjD ,C pL ifexttraadjier med -- S ::, _, "'j.'1
JtaxW; >That the Town,Sunreyor" the resolutions l ,of ,that body adapted to their wants and tastes-ell of which' he. will lug be send apared their tit children from home,AI no.ento r.iu aaJI awmmodation for passengen an unsarPjwsd : SAMVEL tfi1 arP.N.. .d :
were cordially proiidiDlo
off and' win be glad to exhibit and sell for CASH. : comfort&D4 by aoy boat ererpUeed the .J .)r.rth 18. 18'1.
ceed forthwith to lay Bonref one- 't on ; bi'L 11I._ Paoezz toiAstouh5bingIntie1ugefl .. I
endorsed. He will hare In
0 a few days,a first rate SODA L Freight and
the direction of the discipline w&ba; 1d a"hk. passage as fow'u-1&r1 -. .
tinder D.1i'-rLi
the ,
half Cemetery '! FOUNTAIN, and, will keetut. constant suvolv of nD- Any farther information can be obtained .
Committee and that said.Commit \ : t.o.O-' 'an..Jlena&Bil'e.' ,,-j'.:, 'p.*.'> .; by applying ,The ,
. Cemetery ; : ? *ODAWATER to either of the Cash Svftea .
TIT1oP tBTTKHS remaininr in the fo1. ,' : .. TAe-01 6 of 1nstflitUo wiacindesaH the braot undersigned areata \, Adasgedlf" :
tee proceed as soon as practicable to adver- POI"JacboariDe, Fla,July 1st, and Syrups .f.the very best quality and flavor. ebes o .thorough flnIsbe4,-Engli SEdneatioaJ -&T'.W. CALDwELLCi1j45do55 at ti.GRpCERi1*v piw1S 1{ u. ;

tin and sell said'lots 4s'a private burial' i 1tS53. ..' _. June 2JOJm.M., .4Y E. and a!,preparation for:any College class." -, 1 : BUKEft, or *f the Subscriber,i. the cUI. tl : ..
round. I ,'" A* ;Manning.W A. -, 1 ., '_ -h 'ENGLISIISTU&ESOrthojrsphReadt ::' } :2./ JacksonvQU'.t b- c rA 1
R, That the Cemetery '1 ittl-W.thistown -L\: Adams Wm. MIIm'O, SoloDWa D .i W two good"tCARPEN-: i --, il.R..REID.Pa... ,.-- ,,,> UAYtSG'J *> rf ".faiidoMB.4s.yr i-
Noah ;-.aahfp Phoao and elegaat Stack GcodaTsebcW
ADbritton S Montgomery, NIcholaSustFxndotha TERStow1mmgoodwsgeswifl be ; .J.fareh ef. with
shall be hereafter designated
be named, and A Morse John S. given employment for a considerable Urns npb.1 Gr Geography 'Abei.t Led Moa. .zPnsi reference to the demaads al this Marks} .
the WSley Cevi tery. Ashley, C. :Hasten,John: ',f insured Apply at this officeJune 24 emflistory; Rhetoric;i Bo0k-Keepinr; jComnosi- jTbe ;MinubRNw1uS i take pleasure ia )nfarmiBK4K siLliest of Ui.
tion and Declamation Botany the Bible ,Vocal place u4 '
hs. Mills I ; ; aarro11Dd1ar uw '
country Uaey
Sally how:
motion Councilman Canon and arawnvW-JHi
On by Bouden.4, Mary McCoy, J State fd Florid*, Clreojt, Court, Marion Music,Drawing. "A _- S&t* 1J11Oft1iJ1I',8-L e.v j i *'t$ye*r*? ready for ale at esuastably w n&tot CA5H j

,seconded it was Batth. Charles F '8" Moon. ,.W S. ,', .' Coiutty., _, .,, SCIENTIFIC-COU11SE;, 1: :% toachinE.,Picol dpm..'of a ; only I Aa eAuses2LJ0s&el Lb.aa1tia.&ou.art" 1

RexJved, That Committee of two be appointed Booth, Wa.'I. s" W. ,Littleton B.Lewis 1 Intellectual Moral, and;'Nat oral Philosophy; Pilatb 4ondal at S.m.,ani. t,Enterprise&Del Te e1ei with wh1cb. my Store la .supplied fa deemed J
Bush Isaac uneceaaarTtau.oeittoMy
Nelsonr Rebecca : .4 befde thstlbav.very.
; or
S. "L T' 10 '
by the Intendent to regulate the assizes Charles" Astronomy,Chemistry Logic;.Geology. ; p. .; Leave_cIay thing.sa. *'goods 'de bt '
Bloome Neven, Patrick Abner D. Johnson; '' Cf at I rn tOt .'iIatka-sirivind. I'ier& P ) the war'of' 1
-Weights and Measures aa aIao of B raddock,Albriclge. : O. ,1. Francis Johnson-,-E Chancery.K .', MATHEMATlCAt$ 'COURSE.jArithmeticT *I iiosiansgsIu toacIa iar-'a**PteolaUandamve Wodsejjv 12 ; f M.riDe.. .. k-- ..,' lLTT1flJ3.. .
Briggs Cyrus Odom; ChsrlottCoLl5L William : at Jacksonville ., Feb.19.W2.4t .
Bread. Lastinjrer. 't .. same day.i 1 l
.__ Algebra 'Geometry 1V..pu i
; ; Trigonome .
? Osborne Hanriltoa & .. .- .r. landed ,
Whereupon His,Honor the Intendent appointed : 8., 2. ,, ;'. r., ; : try; Surveying Mensuration; Analytical Geometry -J.. senders FerBassage at tth PO Intonthariter- Fret PllEiI&B.VED. .- 'I' 1
? appearing to the satisfaction'of'the'Ciirt, ,; Differential and Integral Calculus er : ,applyou board. 1, Lobgtij .k.W'4.Eh .
Clark Hannah Pelot Chas .
Conneilmen Canora and Cooper f H. :2 affidavit in this r daye4ba*cbs BORXis I.' '
iy ease filed that the above- b.rbuo
ttaenployed kaaI
J ,3I5I.d fe I'
Jacob '
Pope. 1
Lastinrer _. : &J&4bonYiDe. will Bostos j
named defendant
William ; resides beyond apprpplaled 4fo !-. ,a ply-tii4 bitofl-na.d Ixu- .
said Committee. Crawford Wm.2 Pacetti Antonia the limits ofthe State of Florida,,to wit: In Latin; Greek//German; Fr. r"A towDg..Yelletst'lG sea or, in e-riTer. or for neat --put lip for ke g4Tbey are

The iffcignation of the office of.Council- Cannot,fc DanL Garham Perkins Pe1t.eah'Clemem Jas. L t the State of Georgia-Therefore,on motion of M. -' 'course of Lectures will''be"deli1'ered.taring toidng_ .., r&n..t.',..skovld. .l1 offer: reeU,fresh&Del ril.eoatin.,got a loot time)8r1.IBI .f
Panking, Whit Smith, Esq.,Solicitor for the Complainant the .b.J' Febl9J852.. a tote of arasenraUoa,bur :
year Philosophy and Chemistry. The .
was D. upon
man by William AUop, Esq., presented, Peckham,James ,,2 it is ordered that the said William They an Mesllsat article '.
Wm. R. : Defendant School will be furnished with a new set of apparatus iiEW.flACK LINE for famfly use,beSg .
Davenport Lastinger, do appear and the said Bin of Sue relish(era regular meal
answer I
read aqd aceepted. Derner Paul Rochel John G. .win afford ample opportunities for becoming i)
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The Intendent thereupon ordered an election Denhan, A. Roberts Thomas: Complaint according to law;or the. same will, ,be acquainted with Science and the practical AIiflgtq Ocalv.yiorlda.fcasz are 1mIeaaone.J 10 that. Bar ]1Sa"MONTHS
as confessed against him... i operatonofitelaws. .:. ? according to taste. For sale. at 50 _.
to fill the vacancy in the Town Council Daniel Moses Rosenblam J; And it is farther ordered that a copy of this order The Academia year win be'divided into four rsp: *The I1Ibacriber tIbti this method per can- ;bT: :s. TYLER; : .f'I I'
James Ranton J.D.: .
Donigan, .. S SBO WGimiog'be that '
he Monroe
public baa
be published in some newspaper,printed and quarters'of eleven weeks each.'. 'Students .;between. Pine and Lanra."
thus created to be held on the first. Mondayof f. Roberts Augustus. J published: said.Circuit,.once week for four aftet the commencement'of may enter n"w iu Kea'nl operation, upon this route,com- may 27-3e. 'JacboaTi1Ie :
Farm any quarter and fortable S ,
,Mary Roberts, A.C. 2 and safe two-horse HACKS, which ; j
August next.Councilmen Foreakers Nathan Roberts, John M. months. 11 THOMAS:. DOUGLAS&. te.; be charged only from the time of their aAmi'JD.o in eonnectien with-the Eastern ,ad .W stern run S ,N oUee. .- ; I .1

Cooper was then appointed to Fuller.Paul C. Reilley,John 'June 2'ld.A.D., 1852. Judge,5 ,juno24NEW.'OODS., Tfl'f* S Stems from:"Alligator .tie1rnanWe.'Od to after dato"J win preset uf. ':,
Fisher,,.Ella. Reaves James M. Board and itio ,'including Jights[fuel, and Ocala III"iemop1rice a week*leaving Alligator vouchers to the HeiuCe rt ef ',
fill the facancy on the Hearse Committee v o. Redlow Silas washing, per Session of.five months, f 120 00 Mondays and.Thursdays,upon the arrival Probate of Hamilton county,sad ask to be dH- t
rendered vacant by the resignation of his Gillett Hazard Rawlins Robert 'I German or French extra '-' '..' '6 00 of the Eastern- Stages and run'through to charged front the administration the'estato ior
Grothe,1 Wm. Rosebrook, David C. Mjaic (including use of Piano)' 15 00 Ocala so as to connect the Stages from'Palatka' Susannah Lowe late of HamUtoa couatydseeai

office by Wm. Alsop, Ecq- Goltha It Strigher Rnefes, William A.. G. W, ,BARTON, Fancy Drawing '-*_ '- S 00 Tampa Bay,on Tuesday and Friday Dfg &LJ_i -.II". -Sr.-.,'. j i
II. R&fIieJd.Job G. in Water Colon He would further assure passengers who JOHN. W. LOWE., I
On motion; the Council then adjourned.. Pay-street rear Doors below Mr. Jeeeph Painting 900 may :
tIL. 2 Rich, Henry. Y.. ,2 '; Oil' "- _, 1200 takelii line at Alligator or Ocala that,if they ,j Adminiitritor .
Attest: Howe, 8. Pinnegnn'f Including Instructions. Perspective from.Nature desire.to proceed on to Black Creek, they shall ,BI M.WHIT SMjT1jomi .i
F. C. BARRETT, c. c. Harris, Clara D. Si Jl8OD;William HAS JUST RECEIVED,per Steamers from : ._. ",' '., < ,'. be accommodated with comfortable conveyance, : I w BilAUoney.. l ;:
Hall,Joel .JSherloek.1 Richard North; a new and splendid assortmentof (Payable quarterly,in advance.) at reasonable rates of fare;as if the linn continued .4JIiptor-,,Fell 2*I8S mar.l2.6n1 _._ :1 I 1 .,.
Hall. Hester Smyth John W. Fancy and, Staple Spring and Summer through ttat p mt.".I"C V.J ----5- 4
Harris Noah B. Saltar Joseph R.HuuhiDa ::-- DRY GOODS, rOR DAY STCDKSTS. Every attention poweVasJto\ ,the lIi'u"'V..: ,:;_ a .JMt .
Geo. W. Silas, George H. S, HOSIERY, GLOVES, It SMALL WARES, English Studies and Mathematics, $10 00 comfort' f passengen and the safety of bag- SIX months aft r.date 1.win present nryao- j
Hand,Joseph' Smart,Jan M. S with.assortment, of Dress Goods&e. &e. Including the Scientific Course, 12 00 p| ;n he rendered.and be most'(respectfully u&d-f..ra&orol-&Ia.Estate of WB.Y 1 iil
Harmon, Anthony Stewart, G. W. S -4LSO- It Latin and Greek, 1500 solicits share S of the public pat-onaee V' Johnson,deceased,to the Hcu.Judge of Probat
Hooeks George Safford,jr.,J.H.Hagins JEWELRY SHOES 4. G GENTLEMEN'S (Payable quarterly advance.) CHARLES'F. FrrCHETTA\ for Columbia county;and ask-for a final settle .,; t.
David G. Swamp,Thomases 4' PARIS-MADEBOOT& A liberal deduction will be made for pupils ,in Newnansvnie,April, %..! .15-3 Ill >, meal and aUowaace ef the same,aad ot Dl, dis .
Mary Small Alonzo C. 3 the Primary studies. ..Address. charge from the 4mb atnUola of said Estate_"

IleLdrieks5jlrs. T. An Assortment of Gentlemeift Rea y-71UJl BROWN. E. L. HARRISON] ; &;CO.O 5 CLRENJOHNSON.5 ., .It. d
Jones,Thomas Towne, Mrs. N. H. CLOTHING. ne ere"e". 5 *
Jeune,F. G. Tells, David jane 10 2m Hon. WILLA1tDILu.r.'Ite... S. R. Wrirxoor, BAY STREET"FRONTING1.ED., Alligator.Jan.,1m ST '

Jones Thomas Tompson, Miss A.J., Rev. COEEY CEAXBCSS. Capt. H. B. NOJIKS- S WITH'S-BRICK BUILDINGr'J. S ,*: Notice. S t ,t

Jones,Nancy L. 2 Thomas Avery C. James,W. Bryant Wilmington,Del.: Dr.MittEn Brandrwine VOen 'JACKSOSVltLE, 'FLORlDA., ALL PERSONS oaviBganydemandsaninst -
K.- v; T. borer ...r estate of
lager Del.;Rel' BJ.Uro Ru.J. CIO-- RolandRebertt lateot.Cs.
Knoer.John Vaught,Wm.B. AT01NZYLND COUNsELLOa-.t.T.uw, E. Rockwell, Brooklyn 11. Y.; Dell' OwrutNt mIlE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform lumbia county deceased an hereby requested to I. ,
Kirkland, Wm. 2 W. will (except when business may require his absence ,Dr. A. E. Brrpn Ifedford, N. J.7' rA- JL their friends and acquaintances that-vthey present them duly authenticated within the time' I :
Tribute of Respect. S L. Wolff, Frederick from the State) attend to Professional appointments -TBXO. HTATT, Rev.THOS. CAIU Rev. Z.' have esUblished themselves,ia the mercantile prescribed by law, or they will be barred and an, I;,I
LoveD, Daniel K. "Wfan Outlaw in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit A. MANSFIELD, Wilminoton.Del.; L. BAK&OWS, business in this-plaeV and are1 now itcerrng and persons indebted to said estate are requested t* 11lt
SoLe.os' LODGE No. 20,F. &A.M.) I'ink Henry Williams Hollo way of Florida.and in the Federal Court for the AndoTerlDOT_ 27,'51.1, opening at the sUnd above named a full assortment make Immediate payment to the smdenigved.A. .' j 1
J Jacksonville Fla,July 20, A. i. 5852.JWBIKXAS Lanchester:Thos. Williamson, Charles Northern District of Florida. ,consisting'of Dry-Goods; Fancyr Articles, J. T. WRIGHT, .. ;: ''J ;

the Great "Architect cf the Uni: Lay,Jasies T. HE WILL ALSO ACT AS AGENT Jacksonville Female;,Institute. Groceries, Hardware,Boots, Shoes-,Hats,Caps, Sheriff-'off.adssinistratorr. \t C
M. Yale,Thomas for general Business in the State respecting I Bonnets, &e.fce.,,with of 41 t
every variety, roods I Tax !
Tunis lHSTITirriOS, having been 'in Collector's Sale i
verse" haI caused the LISL TO BS BKOKX MeRear, John Ynlec, D. L. grants and donations of lands,and the.locationor sueJL usually kept ia a' Dry6oods'Stort.sWhicl I ; j 1 1
coastal VIRTUE
which united us fa bonds of frateraal love with Morris Eli 'Yeaton George JL / selling thereof. operation for more than two years they offer for 'sale-as' cheap as they "end; be I M of the power vested lane by 1. 'J
McFarland, A. 2 ,To Daguerriaa. wiil hereafter be under MAJoint control of Law I shall expose for sale before the Iad''t
Brother THXODOSX HEAEK, whose lifeless remains any ALSO AS AQCTT purchased at aay establishment'in.the_Southern I House door ia the town of Palatka 4 t
we hare o recently consigned to their Q-Pe1'lOu applying for letters fa the above for the S collection of Claims upon the United MISS P. SWART 'ANTMRL MARLOW. country their entire-stock having been' selected I Putnam,on the first Monday ia ,county of I
September JS52. "ft
list, will say they are odtertited, or they may not States for Military or other services, pensions, Mrs': MAKLOW has lately been connected with by one the-firm,with much eare'aad. tio. between the legal hours of sale thefonowingdeXscribed ,
,, Mother Earth: therefore be itRaaived getihem. -N ,S applies furnished volunteers and for horses or .ne of the most popular Academies at Greenville and wItb'SveW parHculariy to this market; they Ir much I
property or sol thereof
MARK BUTTS,Postmaster; S. C.,and brings with her the highest testimonials 4aU themselves that they will be emabled to I .wfll pay I
I : the
II That we tender to the relatives of other property lost,for which the United Statesis SUtj aad county Taxes due thereon fer, theyear11Wwj5
July 1,1852. of her character'I1Icceu as a Teacher give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them
our deceased Brother our heartfelt sympathies in liable.Foreign IhUIRe"J.- W. B. will also She abo refers to Col.'B. M.:'PEARSON and Mr. with their patronage,both as to the"prices and I Iqalityoftheir Lcltaat.thgaMboh: 16000 acres moreorjess.of I

this their hoar of sorrow and bereavement. D the collection of Claims WM. D. BPBJTHAK,of this place. goods, .. "\ \ Township 10. E a8eet.ioal8ol !
other Professional S.
pH attend and of
tl t FOR LPl: Miss'Swat tenders her thanks to her friends I The "Subscribers Win be eoutant1"reevirlug Range E.J Section S7,of ';
S Rudftd, That in token of oar respect and fraternal Business,fa England and 'on the Conti-. and the public generally for the liberal patronage such-additions to'their Stock,as the state ol r Townshipi MofTowwafpfloarand Bcj and Range RsigT 25.E. aDd Ssetio*. S

affection for the of the deceased, S' PHILADELPHIA nentefEurope. already received,' and..respectfully informs them the market Z6.E. and i. .
memory OoDnring his absence,JOHX W.PUCE,Esq.. may require )and baY made arrangements Sectfoo 88, of owaship 11,S;and RangeaS
the members ef this Lodge win wear.the usual JiSt ASTD .L& will act fa his stead fa Florida. that, 'by the recently formed:'association with L in New York orders caD-be,supplied staid Land being returned U. the property of RnTAr&CoflPhtsaiicounty j J.Ii
SAVANNAHSftoAam Mrs Marlow which goes into Operation on the at the shortest possible notice. ben i
badge of mourning on the left armjor the- space JVa-wi nCiAK C..Jan AddreesJaeksonvQle.East Florida. 1st of March an additional number of pupils can ,Hides;TaDoV,Beeswax;and Bad Bono,'wffl t" G !.. A : : i

of thirty days.Radvtd -"A ln"nlgh'al'or "a e be received into the institution to whom a faith be received In exchange for reeds.4 t .' \ e ,1 "It BOYD. .,

That the above preamble and resolutions STATE The new OF and splendid 'aide-wheel steam ship ,Q9.Cl ange ot a of Sale. ful cheerfully and conscientious given by both discharge'or the teachers.duty will' be to*friends eaU mod ami examine eusumieis this stock ate .'t"&r.n7101ieiW before puieaasinrelsewhere. Palatka,Feb.a.18tds., i
be signed By the proper officers and a copy Captain J. E Walton baa, commenced of 1200 tons her register- ON Wednesday,the 25th ef August there will Mrs. MARLOW will devote particular attention I :E. HARRISON,' 'JItate Florida, Ceaatv*r Dsnral. i 9i :, I

thereof transmitted to the relatives of the deceased m trips, and will leave Savannah on Wednesday nguar offered for sale,on the plantation of J JOHN to the French Department, as well' as to the usual J.P.SANDERSON.. Sarah .: : y \ -
resident iu our midst. the 2d day of June and every alternate Wednesday H. McINTOSH late of Dnval county deceased. English studies. Septeriis3iDissolution: ;: .:tt."- AFaJauaI S

thereafter-say on the 16th and 30th June between 300 and'400 head of stock and,other Thins per yttrter ofdett weeks.Orthorapby Joseplj "
Baolted That a copy of the same be forwardedto 14th.and 23th July,10th and 25th August, and so cattle; a number of sheep, bones*and hog.; reading, writing, and of Co-Partnerslilp. BILL FOR DIVORCE.- \
the offices of the News and Republican ia this o n., .A L '. waggons timber, and other carts; a quantity arithmetic, .- > -$400 THE Copartnershipheretofore: -existing.be fT appearing to the-Court by affidavit'that .
Plantation utensils household furniture, kc. Also R. Boulter,P.Moody and H. K.W. Js. Joseph Falaoa, defendant to the above-stated
town, 'with a request that they publish the same. Passage to Philadelphia |25 Grammar geography, and history, ft 00 I
Through Tickets to New York, 25 a very valuable Checkering piaaov The higher branches of the Engluh Clarke,under the style of R. BOULTER i CO., Bill,resides beyond the Jurisdiction of tail Court, .
F. C.BARRETT} SteerageA 9 Also a very valuable Steam Saw Mill, in complete education - -600 is this_day dissolved by mutual consent by the and out of the State of Florida but withIn the ,
l C.II. COOPER, >Committee order and ready for operation-with the Extra charges for'instruction in the French withdrawal of H.E.W:Clarke. United States IT is OKOXXXO that publieaUon .
ISAAC SWART ) This ship has been built with entire regard to rite-containing about 100 acres of land, and Ivngnage and drawing. The business will hereafter be conducted by be made in some newspaper,once week for the .4
safety,eoilfoft and dispatch, and offers new and houses and buildings situated thereon' and connected The musical departtnentTof this Institution, is Messrs. Boulter and Moody,under the name and space ef.Three Months requiring said 1'
admirable facilities to business, and. traveL For with the MOL The Mill ia 83 horse power, under the charge of MrttBRTAif, an accomplished style ,of B. BOULTER A CO. to appear.plead to,or answer said Bill deteDdaD1 1
At a communication of Solomon's Lodge No.20 freight or apply to works two gangs of upright saws,and one circular performer on the Harp Piano Forte and Guitar i "- R, BOULTER.P. plaint oa Monday,the second day of August ensuing 4
on the 20th July A. L.6832, the above resolutions PADELFORD. FAY & CO., saw called an Edger; has attached a fine ,. Pupils from the country can be accommodated .,MOODY. the date hereof or the said Bill wilt be taken -'

were unanimously adopted. Agents in Savannah. wharf a railway and a car to convey lumber to with board,in respectable'. families,from H..E. W.-CLAR&E fro ttrnfote against hn ,and seek further
the same order given in ue premises as to,she Court
S W. D. HARLOW W.-.M.-. julyS-tf Agents in Philadelphia.. There is at the wharf a sufficient depth of water $12 Feb-2 to $15 per. month.t } Persons having'claims against,the iboVe firm seem mce'THOMAS ,may
F.C. BAXKXTT Secy. for vessels to load. are requested to present them for settlement and DOUGLAS.

Proclamation. Terms of sale are cash and nothing will be received For Sale-Private or PuUlic'." those ment.indebted threto are notified to mak settle ,Jsdge&e.,1a.. '
in but gold silver, and bills of S STATS or FLORIDA,) -
Arrival at ISM Baffin !** Iloitse. payment
; BY THOMAS BROWN, GOVERNOR OF. banks of the city of Savannah and Charleston. The subscriber.having entered into a2 MayjS52. 1m: may 6Ha'ngihif County ofDavaL ,5 fi 1 -
roBPROPa1ETOa. FLORIDA: B. A. PUTNAM, JiP engagement to locate in another_ ,ISADOSK V. Clerk 'ofClreuIt .
r 8. VFJ15 WHEREAS, it has been made known to me JACOB W WALDBURG' State;offers for sale, at reduced prices about 4UU Par Depot, Court of the Eastern Circuit e&Florida for DOTS '
. S
, 'DAVENPORT, who Administrators with the will annexed. Acres of LAND, in this vicinity, lying on Me* No.,44 ourtla1tdl7iirttl ,opposite county do hereby certify that the above Order tr 'j :
J"zIL James GadaeD.G. '. Co,'.Creek and extending on both sides of the true and correct of the .
was convicted at the Circuit Court held fa and June llth, 1852. 17-tlothAug_ : the Merchants Hotel.,1E copy original now OB alein
S. T..n"e.Miss "
OSls.G. for Putnam County (Sprint Term, 1852) of an AU gator road one mile, and two miles on the my office.. S 1'
; assault and battery, and sentenced to an imprisonment Circuit Court State Florida,Southern King's road; its eastern boundary being within Croton Manufacturing Company (organ- la mBS"W1lEUOP-Ih&"Mrento1IIT' _1 .
, f M.Demere..f Jv23 18. of six months in the jail of,Dnval County Circuit,Monroe County.Sophia half a mile of the market house. -.The buildings I JL lied ttndw the General Manufacturing Law hand and affixed the Seal of,said Court this IStk .
I II White spriDga. (thtn.being no Jail fa Putnam County And, CamackV)" on it are new, but mostly in an*unfinished state, ofthe State of New-York) offers at wholesale, fa day of April,A.D. 1362v apU22Poinaett's ; ..
It I MiMary Deineri Demeze. F1&clo. Samae1. .Royt Sev", G. whereas said.Davenport,after being confined in ', -. vs. >Bill fa Chancery, for Di oree. and cost'about $1,000. There are also on it. a quantities suit purchasers at M Aircr ACTCRERS* t: .,
Paul IL R. Dan County jail several weeks,'broke therefrom. John Camack.'- ) variety,of young fruit trees viz.plumbs,peaches, LOWEST mca for cash or approved credit, Indian- IfOxetu&t..' \ .
I I T. E.a 8ucbat.1I.Mills 11a'Capt Pi1&tb Blanchard F1a. and escapedNow IT being made satisfactory to appear that the apples,white walnuts, quinces (choice varieties,) Paper Hangings of every variety of style and : il :: ,

, ,tberorej Ta HAS BROWW, Governor J.said bill has been filed fa the Clerk's office of figs iKmegr&nitel. ,acupperDong grapes,'&c., Also, price. S. J' Testimonial fro_, a Rejrmlar Ffcyelelaiu J
: of the State of ,Florida'do hereby charge and said county, and by due proof that the said defendant two valuable mineral springs.' .Borders to& ,The following eertlfteate of toe effieaeious qualities -' Ai
I Noice.npHE command all the civil officers of this State and John Camack, Co-partnership heretofore existing be- call upon all good titisens to aid and assist in theapprehension of the State .of Florida: It js hereby ordered, slating in part oi fifteen acres. of com;four of Window Shades.' in Colombia coantyt *' > : I 1
JL tween the undersigned, under the name and of.said Davenport, and his safe do'liverytotheSberiffofesadCountyofDiyslor that said defendant do appear and plead answer oats; three of sweet'potatoes, fifteen hundred Oil Painted Window Shades. .Pen Gsovx Cohunolaeo:,> jl. J
etvle of KELLY 4c CAPKON. this day dissolved or demur to said bill, on or before the first Monday mellon hills: (flourishing and welt'stocked with. Wide Window Curtain Papers, and'- ; '* "E.E.February20th1853.p
by mutual consent. The unsettled business to the Sheriff of any County in this State. fa November next, fa default of which the young Jemon ,) three hundred bills et'"'pump Wind" hade Fixtures, DKAsSnts I take the first opportunity has :
of the firm will be settled by George Kelly. Mzx.-Said Davenport-about 6 feet 2 inches said bill will be taken as confessed against him., bins and mammoth'squashes;'and rone acre'Is Ofthe latest style and superior finish an of theirown I presented sinee I saw you to write yon as I proa,* '
GEORGE KELLY. high;light hair; stout built; blue eyes;82 yean S Provided, that this order snail be published in garden:vegetables' ; among them one thousandcabbage L manufacture and importation"'As their stock 'lied to doin reference, to your Indian Lozeeost..* 'i !

NEWTON CAPRON. of age. Broke_out. of jail on the,night of the. 21stnit. some newspaper printed in the State ef Florida i plants, (some' "of them heading finely) large and entirely new, they iaviteMerebants.Booksellers .Below,1 send. you my certificate: ,t
JaeksonvOle., F.,July 15.1852. '_ I once a week lor-the term of four months before :peas, beans; beets, carrots' parsley,lettuce, celery and dealers fa these articles to call I FLU Giovs,Columbia:eo, >- }

''Witness my hand and t.he'G Seal the said first Monday of November next. ,cucumbers. ,,.'turnips, onions. _."leeks eschalots-. and examine their, "styles-and,prices ,they E.t%February 29lh,1852. C ,
Co-Partnership. .**.' '.of the State of Florida,which I have Given under.mv hand and seal,at Chambers,'fa ,AC. fcO. visit the etty Iifr.EgbertPoinsettz_ S. .,, irtr.1\l I tj ;
mIlE undersigned have' this day formed a : .:' caused to be affixed hereto. Done at the city of Key West in_said county; this 24th Also:a Brick"YnMwDl one'of HaTTs patent, Country Merchants can examine. thlllt from II -'D Sin I hato used three bottles of ytfur In- i.
.A.lor\ the'purpose of Sawing i:: the Capitol -Tallahassee,this 3rd day of May, A,D.1852., :moulding'machines, two iron:r mud-mills* chain I 6 o'clock'ia the'morning" till 10 o'clock-'in- the I .dun 'Lo1e ueta11.suecoodingMalrsbly. On.
& Shipping Lusher under the D&mt md style .****,-$** day. of,July.. A-'D. 1852. -" : JOS B. LANCASTER (BEAU] pump, 4c:, and from fifteen thousand to twenty evening; of the bottles was used ia a.oae ef QueoafeDysyntery :
fJflLT1U2thSkCO. 'S ,thOMAS BROWN', Judge Southern Circuit, State of Florida.' thousand bricks, recently, burnt:.<.Also plantation' New-York. March 1,1352.. '.April 8: S I which had P0dCe4PtO1POOI ani.or Ipt .r

GEORGE KELLY. .Governor of Florida.. .'. A true copy:' Witness : tools and utensils a'few kitchen. -and,household> I Oi1a1low.Grea.ic : ;: trosion': the rectum, which'had baffled all I"'t1 1 .
H. TIMANUS. By the'S Governor.S > "', -- S S '. I.,M- BRACEWELL articles stock, fee.,&e.' .remedies that, had,.been:.tried, .(and 'theewiii, '. ;
F E.J.BUCKMASTER., -Attest i'" <. 'I '.C.'W'Dowwn ; it Clerk M. C. C. : -Monday; the. 12th of July next,what'remain Mineral Paiut.Offcffe not a fe,.) The result was a final cum with onsf ::4 '

Jacksonville.E. E.July 15. 1852.' July&-$ [News.]I. '' Secretary of SLate : iui10., ., *unsold of the above property:'witt-,be,offered barrels Machinery OiL price 73 cents botttfl.- :YOST Indian Lozaeust Js.*bi saeet.poK 7 1; -
Notice. .. at PUBLIC 8ALIwzthostrrierVt. 1 pUOD.l': -- '1 tirE and certain ear for Dysentery and Diarrneea ,
Notice. Negro Boy Stolen.r'FREE' 'T- I pur .same, va ef any remedy'"U'have as yet toaraed.the ,.
indebted to U Estate of FORE-, SIX ItONTBS.aft.ei'Qti'IwD1J my ,chasers.- "Titles unquestionable,and terms a com- nOUlII..r -<> __ "- *.-,- -- VE: S. 11 '
ALL persons TIUNGPIN',late of Putnam NEGRO BOY;'named 'JOSHUA : and vouchers-"as Administrator of nodti+e., '' '. -c'' i" M*'T* 3fIntheabsenee'of :'200'barrel*boiled Paint Ofl,65 ets per gal. ." J; p1O TtMtt-. 'l ;' I

deceased, an'DOLihd'to make immediately county,, L was,missed.from my place,17 miles from the estate of CALVIN READ, deceased, to the'HOJ1'JucJge.of'Piobate I 'the ubgcrfbcr,E. I3AUZ .5,000 gaCoas. -dode. -.. >N.B.."Sena li another f.. pPIjlDuaed1aw >* [
.. .
Jacksonville the Alligator the 27th of Bunt County for will be aathorised to'a ; .avx <.r. & neat to tae smdersigned aad aHpersons holding on road on 01 DON. ; -- -- '! '''' Is rII' .
claims or demands Estate must -; June.; J aave no Idea when'he is concealed bat final settlement of said estate,, .,;.and. also apply. .,tot J. .' il JOS: S}B.4XER 850 barrels Tanners*Oil,various kinds andqtti.'fromte6Oe.sibp4rgsie' :E : n' I
them te the iaVLr,duly authenticaUd preawt hare every reason to believe be has been stolen by ktterfdi. aissory.t. '" -l ,' "-" "Jiei .i ltb12,1852.1 1:1t 11C } ) ; To.Drngilsti* ;tbAnei ;

witttn the time prescribed by law,'or tail aoticeirffl some of".1.-J I, rra abiMKWk..riil!. i* '--' *ft. J_ C. S. EMERY- fJChJacksonvine Is: greying rapidly:hi cP 1,500 puons -'a ofvarious rises vat fjferfumctii Co J d."uezra1 I IJW
be pleaded ia bar of_.: ," 1 a>iew selling him.,Said boy is about 18y ear* "-- 5.5-5- Attmr.-C uu vf O.' ea&1, tioa and trade. '1". -1.' :jions kinds and qualities,from 35 to 60J / ,
irt >\ MdLansFadOTsh Dtabn
> -. .; WILLIAM'THINGPlNi of age, a bright mulatto, and has a lump on the Lhckionflle.June 17 1852.' 6m.J S The "Repttblican* and?""G orJ1.&Do :SaYaD- .S :cents per gallea.-. i :_s **K iI

A .;, rlrml side"of his forehead,caused.by a.kick from 'T ". -..Notice.u, .. ,, nab ;and* CorarWCharlufon S,C,are ,50 tons tallow grease-!for heavy bsurfagan l PII".2 lwdZmflcf Asda.s 3nnHK .
Palatk&Path&mCe.,3uly 1 ,18K.' .,S a bone. .,-t."_ ; .._ tl.. 'T A -r LL persons" having claims agninsl'the- estate requested to'give tb.aoe flues lnaerUouudfOrward'their coarse machinery in barrel-r : PBAcncAi.jilnri, or.Com4
kc. .Any person giving such information U may ;.. or JORN $..McINTOSH,late of Uuval accounts on,or before the day., of -etsk -ot'U1 op D; 1rca. JL peadiam ef ever One Haadred .e4Pes w :
Brandf, Wine, lead W his recovery,win be liberally rewarded. county deceased c*.creditors heirs le.at.eu.oth sale to the advertiser for payment. "" #-- T T t.Pricil--i nU 1 CID1d. fIJt. the we of LTragriste,"'Apothecaries-.nrfIIJun
.B..F. BEERS, ,or J Ohio JSIfaerAPaint in'barrels > CoafccsPsttMio1'.Factors,, and
Otard. Depvy It Go's Best BBANDY. S -W.tons *
are hereby notified exhibit
OLD t',WINEvery superior article.' Three mites from the Burnt House, ,authenticated the them fa TIn Copper.and Sheet;Iron' A the lowest market pnt't.. -, DalexsL*T 0e|and Faacy ArUelds.f Eted:Iy -4
duplicate by oath of the claimant S
MADEIRA 'de.' "do. 'do.- .July 1-tt. AUigator Road ,totkjab.criberiwthia' t we .fro_ : WORKER., m i 4 JOddunery Oil, yean .
OLD PORT JUICE. S :. date,or they will be.barred by Uw andperwiu ..Thanndsoigned prepared perform coldest weatherantcouaIdered byihoae' usiag it College or Pharuiacy iJa'hci'lof New-York.
P&lME1lOLTANDG1N $ REWARD.: ; indebted to said estate.are requested i'tea make iIt- an kinds or-Tm;Copper and:iShest IronWork equal to sperm ofli *. ; l- y : Oit'ther" Abo-The feelebratsd ( w*'
S S ''U.- the manufacture of fc Bofied Paint Oi equal to Lfaseea lard for making-good Soap at_ sat act pound
The above were purchased of one ef the bedhouses Tsaawa7fromm the"1st instant mediat*payment.- ,snob as light '. -
on bey '
my that wilt wasa fetter anfl labor.
than wUfcoet
for white. quicker, ,
la Mew. Vera,and warranted superior: ; Ki.BOB about-80 old,stoat thick and : -".- ,B. A."PU1'NAM. ,; CnIiaarUasnanraarepiaUuttan Cfinr. > 'I
yean S "Soan
iJ-.I,21' FeraUa> ')OHNMPAYNE.SnaftV S : ,JACOB and Spouting fer Houses,Tim I am constantly receMnglarge'iqIiu of the than any othet ever,maaBfartured. :_Thia. I
y darkeoaplected,:about Jeet and 2 or,"iDchfe .2a- .WALDBURU'J ,Tin and ZinG Cefias and all kinds er"*jkappertaining above named articles,'sad my. motto is.prelti '-.SmaU. alone is worth fifty times the price of.the book to
.' TobaE.c1iiars high; speaks very i quick when spoken to; has a : ,_ :Administrators,Jtev- S to Ida line ef,business wWch witt be &DcIrdum&. "1 ,c- any fimDy Exclusive wh..epI1 IOJ,8a'UDited85teSsndCnidF"5
wife neariarkbonviile and is to be larking -'-- 5- .
S f.fR"t.'PONU"
supposed -S
jK rc& -
T'CIa band above and articles few sals of low tb&vej7 for cash med* ia that vicinity. Also on the 10th,FRANK, .. .,: NotIce. ,'. I. executed 03.;Orders with promptness for. articles aD41 or services, for the p'EL 56 Water st. :(under the Pcirl at.Reese,)*- -Ii 5-L-" cun-- -bW.- fcANDOD.

.1111122 y formerly belonging to Jeseph Fl. Frank II -ALL.1eTsons are hereby'fowwirned against wiD be 0. -;."; Ne"--Yor ranMrrer
=-- JOHN M PAYNE. .- S about S feet 8 at 10 inches.high:aboftt 30 yean .tirading for a certain Promissory N te'of cclID&rJ, ; ,_',_1L.UOOAarI1 promll&lYatt.ended r r". .__ !i.J.Pea1TCopanWirehouo. Wee M'eD1"011.'s-- Ofice tasspi eaelosed
Lat T Testimony I IJaJy oJd.yeQov,otmnleeted;does sot speak v ry good Hand made by the undersigned on the,tenth_or May;6-t.t Ba1 lacbliWUte B to that amount will pay fur eM cwoy,whisk nub
, eleventh day c1.Ma 1852 ta Hoses Bberr, be-sent free tOm .ftUaitM8tatss.t
'F'E loDoW b" nj. x ,oftb.Wt' The above ward wfll be paid for the delivery or bearer,tor the sum of One Hundred and Twen ;: .':".IBoiiht.t: J' U1" ;{' 1,.:8."a1" .. :.:' Stationer *;BeokseBart,' ..Ag. "Jta rwittreoaire

1l received of-dae "wet and. _. of them fa,any Jail,er$10 for either /them,'soapl p ty-five Dollars payable en'the first day of.OctoberlSSa..VThe. the tenth,of May Negre. aa* holed =." T EKni TE! MPiNY.-i i. eoAasitiz a-cash remittance ,.the werte
(' &'.WU8Tj tb 1 put at' t .. ." IJ .consideration laid N'a has ON WASHlNGTON.,*leT belongs _,teBENJAMlNSlNGLETOir beeS'-establiahed.many years;;snd-bt I at a large'discount off.._ : ,,:,, .aprUUT .
J.i ZIONVILI.ZEJ.. '1Tfl? ., .1. _1tL'faToi, failed and I.wffl not pay said,iNote unless'compelled .Lowades ..oaa'ty 3.'always;maintained "a-nigh'reputation {

n E.Poiwtt.'Etq j -, : 224fHBTHE S .' .: 1S "by'law.VAay one.trading" 'ior" said Note. : Ga.-abou''''Dt"e&n of aglTdazkeOIeiIon -0 -.5'* .for'Teas of the most doCaaas character, it i1 .H1i.ii i .a
," will run a risk. fOr tt.l payment.NewnansvOle be has i and and at wbUh hate fa
I iran every -
'nt ache.kIgh.Sss ;
I- 4 .vo-foar prces '
Dear Sri requested Mr..'Crandal i 1'1 ; 5" tI Stedr C S'
am by otJCe. II.. '; : 'f"_ .CHKRLE5 FlTCtlET'r.11l i beeD 'TI instance'given:s&t1ifs4lon.he TeN an.jt&r1'&DteIt P t
Jehnson,KngiBeer ofthe steamer I.1 Bton 'to in eo-partnersbia exlstfar between the sub '- ,E. F. June 1.1852. % 'junl7irtoruf nmawq'wm' (tL 3IfTE.Tt' i pun/aad may be TOtThedf; they:do'not, LIE'ESSEX COMPANY;Uwrrwx,MAT .

form TOU that,'for the last four,iontbslI' has JL- scriber sat William N.t&.Ia fa driving beef r. _700 baskels frime WHITE l.J.Jauor.. ...FJ.t.I .: -'foI'o-A m. prove ta be as they an rt>re ni d-7Tfce.Teas SACBTSXTTS wSljpremptry exeeatt all order
beealaborinr' aDder a'aevere.attack (' Chronte Cattle,baring beaa dissolved i on the JrstdayefSepteaber. ,'Forsa1i'by4r .., S f .' -, OO&NS.S. .$::, .' 4 A 1' 1.rciit i.otbtbiCotpeun done 1 pia1tTh.2Ibsd *for CeUaa maA WoetoaTMaeafaierT 1II all

DUrrtwea.arid has triecImy remedy Tithinthkaewledge It I .1051. uadersigned will not told ".t <(,:.r>.JAME3-HANHAM' ;-BaI., -' _" ,' of fbe. Medical Faculty. bat withoufleet. himself mspOBsiUe for any contracts since made '2 dqonEast of T Heehasse fc Finee*" Sa't No ; :eountry merchants to have a great variety, water wheel or steam ewans'tu tbs latahta awchiae.
.. Be was teoommended to rTYovt: never-i:u4 "Mautu..1&. :1ui7,. F @ with *,smslloutlay of esprUt':Hotel keepers Steam'Saw:MXTlorlttgi'. ..sinfsawsn. )

failing "LOXECUBT-'tM'lU' '.laflaeneeo f I; rlOHNBKOWN. 0' ".J.1aaab.. l, 'J.f-l.'White' OAT3.B .: ln W.'Zt may sjw rsb. certaia of havlnf O jbelr table a .Jilaeaiaistv',Teos* of wwryid srJptU
which cued him at Hm VwxTtla f"U H li 'New.lUrer.2.16,1852 ; 1 '11AN1lUf- ,, I bT,sse. datd S. "ThoII. uBifbrmcharaeierof Tea;which Teasfhkb. LoeesseUv and Frelgbt'Csrsv Maehlaeryefaa'
duty to m4e it bon to DM pabUft in order U4 jual 17/r:". .-"I" ".f."..." & ..'f. ass HJ orb.rsrsM payable ciIke. then V'*'large'voriety an,4ou'.JlPJan.iaIid.or. three kInds sa.'eftaer nnilhed eria progress.a>
those kteI.d with', MIDet. bNoti e:4 ,,:;'L''t1I1 1. ; II" da 1"ot ISUUI1185IA&LI'.NMe WM' wrappen, $ second that.,.*fiidi .wtice :: r
mmedke& 1 -WEEKS'after date Iwffl' thsGkrk Acox smz-2180OThS.BACONSIDES. p" b..Wrt.r.gre td ; c- .
S arplvt* .' wp pet .outatd ".T.na.\'eq_.! ;! 1 .JI. *
of the cIrouItloar$end. : 'Ju4f S Fwraleby .rjAUES HANHAM : eoasi4erarioa-for-whick :Nato ." PWaoaa eatradiing.b 3&s.d1fftaii ii'1
R.6'r '
;, of Probate tor Letton ef AAamistraUoc,withtSe 417. t: : &,-1kH( has ''- 1 1&he' 'tt i a.
: p-7 0I Aally bard. ITaadl ; ,Win aile,--the SSsiato_wf J>ba Delaiyi lati I :- IUJIP.)1D&B4J 'doa.-.CILUI'-. I 'IS. SsS'l,hi?"; .f'' .;r'i .fJQW'f: :,IIAY .. eIls.v..j, forgirsaglag. .'. wiShes._ .
d.'tlhIashwdsys, btnelt' from the. clCobn bla. 4 "i ,." :ft "ittIJoII' it C PAGNE'ODER.- For sale by ?; Jt 11 0w. J&&oG., .$ ttWd GORDON. fCU1'! 5 ; '
of $b99.dl '.Hs nBE& ; "t" t.. J 1-l '.." S 5- sat
L.; i. I.O.U;tt lJ 1 ; ,11IDtl' ,} S Ji4N l f ,J (1 t t 'r ,1't'
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tra.J, THE'p' l" CAN : Jf Ql ; d( ro".w..t8v.rir11 iZ ;. :1t LWUiW.-a'.tWi fM4tetij" tI; : P t f to'Qt.1a aU those wh. I

S* (.1i & kid-i:l1-K: J a .. 4'W ;.t %. .; 'Canattm-a,4i'ttU JI. Jun., S.. --: Ycure AL_, BiTAM1N fJ

4!sicfti. *\lH*V".:Y l CU1SIT Jqf. 1 ._9j 11STittHo fCEksI-l ; .. 1H1itB; -, q/J i."' Jl. I 11U'f'; l-i fjT4311 IMi l'la rit t q_TIfI-.1(' .! ft\ .S1 4) .D.un.
J., '- THE ENTIRE \V 1ikP1iN ABRIDGED GoTerMta OMAS'BRo.WN ;aSeeretsry t. :
: O'LU.M't18'DUU1; F ,' d"l
.. ." .. 1.0.... I IahJ't .i' ; t.t:n State CHARLES W.bQWNSN( 'of' which -iftfonnatioo.-shall. beaskedf v r' "-U,31.MIsUD bwnr.;JiiM.21i..
; as7kind1npet
.t"I : rtl."iDnt I G DAVID 'P.l100U o : eommlinleafedr in" writtor. or. r marks J7. ,1 eu .nUtftd' '.7. '
I 1' payallttlie CMUtisfaifTRtES'TIE5A Mbet i or .jlftr : 1ft fO7oQi'JNDLUt
'" ftj fiwad *u ComptroUer.JOif BEARDV.HonIAG.8emme ,. menU In the LUxg
vi4.ng Paper,, ; -bo* '. ZT-cthM&-PktMNMry eoBpiM ia this voemiy.4 1eenjer WILLIAM &;HAYAO r or signs sent by mail thV rate foeVtfMUtt02$1*, : lwm Ui"is r .'U" ft'Ir"dt .
ta ble sbfl mud
;8fibsarij m4 if not paid Won'till eaplrttto; ; :nm.. Ii''AaMd ys* **%.tttt 1tgIster !talSLands' DAVID;SWAt.KEL bIt ounce or thargeii.n-.ttJ01l ot.u01JDC8_"bort the W 't.tTb'T : UbUo'.ud. "t.b 1&.aIInt.<" "nMlDman.. u 1&....-

'tt 'U. 'I' .... 'a.&. 0.. '.*rl:. .i .,.t. Cle r k"--.co- ;- 1'14 1tOBV&BAYWARIi. .! U;" I w eight n&ne l i.1hIJ' .$lf U. ..J44I.Uji'na1'.. ., ilugle O
'. tiJ" AUtt followingrateOne .ell. ;Li.--c, ._ ... ... :1Jr-DICLABY'' ;,.,;, t"to .rate II,- 0 char'gt4.. ; .t ,'!S 1; :.'mLIi1 ToPQtnett. ,t
I q 4 4.t.4
; I .1"
i I If t.
. Dollar of twelve lines for .e : 'r' !' 1 oH PWpr6:1 :.j_J .. -
.. pet square ( ) aLI 9- ; ,;1$1i." 'I td q4: IIftca, -, d I Having for 18"ra1dnotec1 rnnihtime 4 .('Lol.z' IBAoaP1M.aJn,8tJotLI13ocb.,

the firsl". Sritbti.tlT C'mt. tor Wrr1 IL1s' :: TzT1flbrLZII Hon. 'fft1tJ'1Ob": Ch& TICI = 111... ; j ;t A fhwt .r t:18Jj; t-t j"'A'4:1-"b : tto.TaTnin i Ucti aod eoJlectieqof l the & 1, im SlDu.r8lrr
l i'tnaetoL! T.: liberal :> re tail' Wi I Az w. Apalach's : 1 > t t I ;- 'S J:1. : If \ This wlfl Inform "b\I't
Ci"j ...... 7.A4rIrt.. $ I II j.t 'j variouft medicinal.plants, tooth and perbqpeWlJartawtfiiiBalsrFroraaJlH yen tt
ibis Mitiori lit* receiTea essential improttaents. *- Hon4A.TbemIs| ''' o.t jTal'baaqCarcuiltJudRes. I. '; } 1." J" ;t.J.fI --i' *ycbildr.a wedwg.rsalyUL.w.u-.tDn.
qaa'-wm made.All tnuMieut'Adrertlie- 111'i rtTieto/o! .
&omh.ahleJ; ..Ithronglu' l*. IW '' $I'OjaZT -oe_about ala.weeks
I, : lDft1I"ezce..tbib T& (ran D' c 1m A-: .. stern' I Geo'S11IwklnslAch '--ZiT.) ::. AS, 8 It 8 t.r't h ; edcin i l *qalted kIi w1edp'i 1tbJir&Dclurbi..I &IIIIto"." I JiW"'DI icue4 l VIed

.', with the:office) muilbe paid'for previous to'publieattvajj ', J MIddle Uwayles Baker I .; TiJ'baa" ,ai 4f-" q-.n .,. r4tE,1 ,'If! 'S.1't'S; ; & )hyibneibyhoae;l disease, but 11 to DO effc., :4 friend ot.oi.h,

I Thomas Douglas '.Q" '.ai'' r'( I I 4flM 0', 'w. "J1. '' commended me to t Me&iae'ea1JecI
; : Eastern whose objectlaaeficafiop.alone is ic discovery and .
Lancaster-: I 11C..weatJ&1DeaM.'Luidnml.Sot'r.W..W. .1v... .; f 1AfJ J
J. 'j. .l to- er :I Jos. oR "" .i'"" f'I
Persons&t diifonce(cal govern their remittanees I.' t .; 'Ueheanna I ,, .,C. -. ., g-- ,1,O c r. M;touj.thai 1i BoLt.1e 0LR ftre4 aU.4.,

fbi1 iivertbmg.'by the following rates, ". : .f., Samuel \iStephtD'J.Sol'r H.; Cir:, ''Qniney ::; wg1JPwAw. ; ... .. Ct4.C$1.CLL. ,Ota. r. 1 Until-the'pfeifrt vear' Ki hair''tad no of rq efld1&-boplnE your talmiAW M.ar_

.One1 pigmfe''(twelve lines)'published ix months Dimox.iif 1 thi; i' ii' John P. Sanderson. Solr E.Cir J.L ,Jacks'ville Weighing i osor'Ucier,beJJt. .. ''L? i bought of.:'compoohding a{botanical reinedy .a1 become J eftU7p.nours,i. 'aJJ 'e

( for .? .t>{; '.1 .' :i :, .I I. .' ;. :BEstDrmraaLanguage..".,, '- .,. .- : 7';. . Ossian.B.Hart.Soi. .. .. 1'J S.Cir.,. Ik West jingle.( .1.! >'..--'... ,18.J 81 f 10 :W 1 himself, his labors having been directed tohe M&jotodWaL-tJdiaede. lIIa7.Jia.Ji! a-.eewa
iQOOaurei ; : ,' .
:: : t. I : Overlos; and not over lot;.J i 6,12 201 j ZC _filling of. orders from abroad \, aad oaftreiued. ._ ,. ,, .Y01ll'lJ.r ]J' .
w. ,fee six iDO i t'ha, 5:00Jtp : Over I and notoverlj.o. 9 18 80 45Overllos.and'noiov __ t'JA "T'. ).<
pp.L .v. COUNTY;OFFICERS. os. .
I ,7 : .wbicb h&Bas led to .1\1' .' .SLb.-. ,
j jof 'alcI otla f'B n Cards,per an. 1000 : '-.01 .. First- name Judge of Probate; econ&flCterk f' : r Z6Xl2,24,, 40 ..60OTer2o TbTiaaahetkin oeer ] EI1oIisae\t- .1) -).
[ lacaInmselfin.hi ., .
.'. raio'ij15 SO present pO8Uioa'i&.B3allows ,1 tj
'' ;jWr'T p 'ir.'i '
Notices to dcbtoniua creditors; 1 00 ; of Ct. Conrtthird; pameSheriff fourth I name 'Wnt*Ucv&n1.-! j ,... .ausyILLz'IesrSfr 1..IUJ. ,
'.AcCtruT..lIDd sMuiiM1 ingiTin a jnit it in Gadsdcn. & whenever as
Application for J letters administration ;' 6 00iXfotfee ( occurs S -rate -.above*. S' VT '10' IS : thye &rie 1 tiiftJbt
r f exhibition the Language. .. Assessor arid CoU ct] ; ::4. ; O liigt ,as o.W:2f:: ,2JT.-: ; D ynter ;havfa: failed of obtaining relief i chle Co,Dlarrhcea and tba4 U.br ( HeL
Adminis ver4oz.1&1noDofl
WApplication for dismissal u an
< .. -', 'l ? Western irctcii.'i' :. i p l'rofti tbe regolariracalty addressed "
oae day '
.' '.s ; ?? Over 110$. and riot over 11 or.'t5 80 80 V 45 innTtbqar afbsture for thIs dangerous elfae_ftSfii,
trator,1 '-A- *\ fV -$1000 .. .. 'aunty.: *.3au>!i.: -'Officer** :' .JW& Q8i onr 1.01'. ult-Bol over I o.2G4040.; .: m. h "ItAid j that ever7soflanda yet known or b.Ird-oL Mtllt&U daarhtep, "

rvF6r annodnwincnfof and d.L Cr" ice-, 6 00jJPfi t.. Escambia *- \Charles N..Jorda :Pensaool. 2 2 *.:2.1'.I11O' 5O75 'two .ere4, .. 1&'e4
.- '. ." II.J P.EDeLaru&i; '. ,.,, Over 02. and not net |< clime produces antidote ,: peculiar JSW ICilig-and "
akneonoement will be made unless the same to thV if yoawith; dncedto "& ;and.F tried MrV of
I. locality so
II ; ,
F. DeLarna 'f ; ; your Bottler
''\ FrOm anianer tbelfJmnI851'the a your1 'INDIAN'LOXECUSf'*
t: : W accompanied with the'unodnt.charged.. : Santa Rosa.'rJobnChaID Milton mode of-computing rate' upon inland letters Knowledge 'of .the-; field and wood,' .mart, I t has.acted like a charm the tWlcI;U ..and

1 EdrtorUl. .notices for'private' benefit''iIJbei ; ", '- .II. E. S.Amos; .*. ..' 41" r -i.letters from one office within the..United know of.aomelb g to relieve n .( : proving and.may be seen by thOle: .who do not ha-be-

; eiarged! ; double tbe"nt.e of advertising.: THE itOt'COMJPLETB.-:, tnilT; : < .Isaiah Cob\t.Jr.MeLeod: Ucheanna States or Territories to another, and also ,upon The reply was;that he .was acquainted .lidv,.*'- "'.Resvec1vj ,j*,
.11 Walton letters between the United States and the British '. -: .,-b .
notices '
ReUcfous,;Obituary,and Marriage ,wflj >.McKfanonr with the properties bf.Bome plants and roots ."r
AND RELIABLE DICTIONARY.OF THBLANGUAGE < AngusJ orth Americanprorinces- is tobe u follows to r,to: Ei. 9tueU. E. ,
11 v1r McCdilum"w which heleIisved.would bare the desired ;
% WJ '
j. published gratis. ; .
/ it rate if not half ounce
Single exceeding an .
t ;
Communications mujt be'poit p'aid.. ," Holmes ,Abnor Baker Cmv'Go double rate. if ..a&.punMvLbot. .not effect;fai d'iin4J with frieod hlpbefsetabout j" NICBOLAS,FT*.,JnJy S1.13M.1
6.: Dear
Sir .This
r" k
X..7.. fr. ; ;: I 'Ma.rtlDW..8re certify tbattvoBottof
; ,
\ exceeding an ounce j'treble rate,if.exceeding an tbe reparatioa of a medicine imttedT
4 ,
-- -. r' '.... U _Rob';&;Golden i !- -- nnce, but not':exceeding. an ounce and -y i ; pu'nsnt1y ear8iltwo
: i OrIngenma .
: ,
: ; ofomNegtoes
GEORGE H. SMITH &' COLi Washingtonackson' '. so'pn charging an additional'nte for i every ,.f..
4' .(&maiA.CanhIbefl own handa, a'n'd' thert carefdlll compduDd t Yere Dfanh a. 1 tab pleasure
of half InrecoJlUJteDclhlg
COMMISSioN additional' fraction ouhoe.
& ounce or ,
: AUCTIONEERING.. AND :; II 'John A.Tabor* "' ;*4. l'r 1'tVa ".the y our valuable Medicines
being with
'MERCHANTS .4A 'L' The mode .computing rates' upon':letters completely"sticccseful core was ut doubt
JACKSONVILLE FLA. J Fredt R. Pittman'. r3srlanna'S Great Britain,and to all other foreign countries* effected!. The fame of this: cured spreading one of the best sjjdsafesfremediea for this disease _
II nCalhoun 8.O. Bellamy that Jure heard of-er
i seen. Yoon
'( t he Britijh'ortk American provinces pie" 'circle-' of {friends induced trul
.. James Griffin. among a frequent r
1[ : .!'. w rem&in.u at present,,under,.the act.,of.3d ,1 W .U McUiTY1To
SUBSCRIBERS bave'entered Into forthe.roedicine'nntil't
E eoartnersbip H Calvin Stephen ;" MarCIa. and instructions applications ; avoid E. Polneeti Eaq. ', :.
,1849 agreeably! to appear ; .
lJ. for the of L Bloontstown '
: pnepose carrying on : K.'B.Evaur) the trouble'.makipg a preparatid each ,
the table of !. .
..business and are prepared to make .' ., ,.' 4' Benj. F. Parker II ded'to foreign postages.-. ; t: ,; 1me._, I.
'. DJRECTlONS. i" ime;a quantitytvaB made up and kept. on pear Sin tfhan se4 JD.w.
Ld-# sales either ofe consignment or atauot.ion. (one of itFranklin ,Tbos. J: Land ;; l' .t ij your Loncu4
the firm )eing an auctioneer.) Both ef the firm And thirty other members of the,United StatesSenate. .Arch'd T.Bennett: ApaJachioola late Everv letter or parcel, not exceidinghaifn land to give awaywithout? ;thought of 'm,family,and h ye fonnl It a YOT7flIunbl.

.wen aequanted with the merchants and citi- ft* Sam'I W. Spencer. a ounce ia weight, shall be d.emed &tingleletterirrate : accepting remuneration. More.thin."one rtniedj.for Diarrhoea-"tak*I great pteasur fa

seal of the interior,.which gives them the advantage J .Ie __. O. o ; kl.. 1< -j j ::T iundred C:1'iwereffecte.AL" recommending it to the public.

( _i of making renivsa.iei of any goode or merchandise .., ,. _.' Middle:Circuit. @ 2d.All'drop-letters i letters placed in any ; : length, by Respectfully, J. E.TOW8jjtIEgboe1qlasetFA4q4l
the advice ot friends and tired of themroads .
which may be sent to them. on consign Edward C. Love.0 Quinoy post office, not for transmission, but' forudeliverytion ; I, "
Gadsdonu shall be the-rate or made! BiV time and he determinedto
ment. .. I. charged witkpoit&erst pon purse, JACUCOYICLX
a Robt C ,E..Fla
1 JThey will give their attention to making good President of the United States. ; 'e Samuel B. Love one ce h h.r' ) 'n. .IM L1 manufacture; the medicine f dr.',sale, conscious May 17.M5I.,

.. and immediate sales. They would respectfully solicit **Etymological part turpatie* any Mff eMfI Hugh O. McLean ,. : Each'deputy 1j1 ter. .hsC eompenS&- that what bad proved a'bleratig' to:> Dear' Sin This may certify to you that J had.
I from merchants and tradesmen of tion for the last preceding fiscal (ending the negro girlld'ering''llD4er a severe attack of IX-
patronage been done (ha Enylith Lanffvagt" Tallahasseeffewport r year
4 for Leon David W.Gwynn few, could notr lose.its virtues from being a rrbma, and that thew,of bottle
other cities'Who wish to sell goeds in our market. 5'. Oscar A. II 30th June) did not exeeed$200i may send through of your
. Any business. in their line will be promptly attended 4i T. Myers Blocker' the mail all letters written ibr.'hwutlf'andre*> offered(o the many;.or from baring its mer- preparatioBvcalled:'.'Indian Loxecust".effeetiallT:
'i, Haley ceive the mail written communications instead1 of .'-' C1dW her, and 1 wonld take this method of
to; II John H Rhodes II through cantile'price;: being gratuitou recommending
t.t... GEORGE H. SMITH Waknllaefferson Wm. J.; Council addressed to himself,It his private DWMKSI f wbioh This then ia the origin of- it as a very valuable Mediae

.,I JOHN W. PRICE. 4' Wm. W. Mound II shall not exceed"in' weight one half ounie, free ofpost LoxtcvtL, Mi EAe tL JOHN BRANTLEY.

.i". .it REFERENCES. M Reed. Fernandes Bisbee SS Abijah Hall II ge.' This"'does not autho se.them to frank, POIKSEn"8bDUli _

, '" & Co.,R Boulter &C-' Samuel Willams, Alsop 'S Alfonso R. Combs II a my letters unless written,by themaelveB;and'On He does notnter'the fielJ as a competitor .JAcrsoimtLx, 2B ISsT

.. 4;) It Bonn, Jacksonville: Boston & Gnnby, J A La- Thomas J.CHace- Mo tieeUo their private business only; nor does it authorize for public favor in the ranks of Qaacle '. Dear Sin" JnJy ;
,".4t'*. roehe E M Moore &Co., Seaborn Goodall, Sa- .11 Craven G. Fife II them to receive"-rio of postage any. thingbut He has nddrca.ma of building i 'up a1 splendid a severe Diarrhoea Sometime, since I wai'attacked with
-so severe that I
Jan. 15 IS5 tf. could not at
TannahU themselves
IIII written communications addressed ta *
& M Daniel T. Lenixa fortune'from pilb and potions* Yet btdoenot .* tend to my business.-was recommended to
1 A"G iTcr II a try .
E ndontheirp4vstebesineas.r
!. John-WooLen .t prof ess.to be 'disinterested a .philanthropist your VINDUN LOXECUST." I proeured
FOR CHAWS AT..WA SHING TON 'I Every scholar knows its value.1 Madison Alex'rMcDonald Courthouseit rsenS Bottlerof it. At the time
same two
tt 1ut members
... Saml. R.Sessions it Nempa"tr'nittt :F. -.rt from as to offer his. medicine for the pub- of
-p William ;. U the office publication', to actual and bona fdttvbvribert Tic 'atone*. He wishes and to my family were afflicted with the same disease,1
:a :4.. Kennaugh, Si John H. Patterson ''l. good hopes realize we all used the" medicine from thflionft-Eottle
:. .to KEAK WItLARb'S HOTEL, FKMSSYLVANIA AVKRUE f' a Robert McKinney II : fair return for his labor and vibe I ,
a expense and
.., From after the 80th'. of June, 1851, for each am now happy to lnrorm1011 thai it cured
;t Continues to give his prompt attention to the arrangement HamiltoftHenry J. Stewart Jasper .
, .: not exceeding three ounces weight; to which.hfl has been subjected Heoffers'no u 1ll1&lirrly. _We an now all well and hearty
44f Congress newspaper
and of claims before WilliaJa'Day '
prosecution J from the
. ?.1 .or any of the Executive Departments.- A .ery; valuable -work-a KXCEsarrr 10 .1" Wm. J. J. Duncan III the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly universal remedy for,"tbe ills that Medicine.Yours use of only one Bottle of yoir" Valuable
'l.. I It in advance TBese rates 'apply where I esb'i8 beif tOw but' cfcims'to bare truly, N
. .'& : Claims arising from the Revolutionary, Florida. z yR-aY nDvc1ITT.D xu. U Jeremiah B.Smith simply 4 :-_ : TIMOTHY- HARRIS.
sent from the office of to '
.".,,1i.'l or Mexican wars; Invalid, Revolutionary,Half- Eastern Cirtuit.Goo. the paper is publication discovered a remedy the vegetable kingdom To ErPoIn8cttEsq. -- -
bona subscribers
j"t. -S.' pay, or Widows' Pensions; Naval'or Army; Columbia S.Herbert AlliJa.torII actual and fide ,;.: ,. for certain kind of disease;, firmly .

)0: 5oa Bounty Land or Scrip, under law of. Feb. 11, dJA S. Scarborough J believing that when be it will be >Msndarinr Fla XJcs. I, 1851.
{. s IS47 or A.'IJWlUo. 18-; Arrearages of Pay and .i A..1. T. Wright( ". -I.:, says cure Dear Sir-Soae time since-wa*off a visit near
.ft. Mileage due returning Volunteers; Claims for If Lawrence K. Stickler I'C ; but speakefiatThenaine of'that rtedicine your place, and was suddenly taken very sick.

..I.'. Hones lost and other Property destroyed ; Ex- *The most ACCUBATI and 'D1T.tl.1rn Diction- Ala hua A. M. Caston NewnansvOlef : : purports.I in the Seminole dialect:TuiTJiCTH You Indian Lox'ecmt was recommended. The
. ; incurred Volunteers before fi ; friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle
. .1 rH by being mustered -' of the Saml Russell.4s. ,. i
.. .'f 17 Language. 'co1. ,. of it ia the house,audi usedit and take
and received service; Waggon-mas Chas I.. Wilson : 11 pleasure -

._ r I; tot and'Teamsters' claims Marines ,J&i1 .', Dnval Felix Livingston: Jacksonville 3c" 1-4- "QINsi* !$IIDIAI tOn DST:: in informing you. that it,cured me. I am
j. &c., &e. '. : 4< Isidore Garnie co averse to having my name in1 print,but stiff,for

,:a. Ravingall the t'ormi necessary for. a. proper 4' Gee: mith U Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cto. the benefit of those that may be afflicted you. can
4... presentation of claims, together with tbe rules "C Uriabj wden MandArin Not over 60 miles 25,16 10 5 2} 14 THE MOST CERTAIN AND ,SAFE' publish this if you think it Deeea&r'T- '

;:i. and regulations governing the different Depart HassanSt. -- Over 60 and not over ,' .i: REMEDY f OR, THE CURE QF -Yours with respect, _
\ Tuents,he is prepared to undertake all claims, of M:Aoxa im&'ELAPSB .before any other Dio 'a C. C. Bessent Woodstock Mills 300 miles 5GS02,105 2! SUSANNAH HARTLEY.

-1Itet what kind beret that may require the services tionary of the Language mil be require4:' 45' A. J..BraddockII Over 800) nohTulOOOr'"J.t '. CHRONICDIARFU1A Dr E Poinsett, Jacksonville.Fla
.. x- ef an Agency at tIii*place., John's Gad HumSt.A.upltiiae I miles '. 75 45 S3' 15 7b$4. Gravelly Hill Oet.20,183t;
u Over 1000
". J. Particular attention giveIo the proper settle- S.a' Peter B. Dumas, ,DOt over2000 u :- AND Dear Sirs .Your bac1iaa.Loxeeu.stiu
1:. met Raphael B.Cauo.. miles 100 6- 49 .20 10.-5 good med-
fQuart.ennuterl'accounta. Over 2000 .. icine. Some time sinee I purchased bottle from
; R. PalatkaStanislaus ,not over4000 rt '. bYSENTERY.Which
H. Blanchard ;
Charges moderate, and regulatedby amount Putnam
AM. Reed
. .\, t !: claimed and the extent services 'ed. i D. of Scotland, author of 'I Glinzkfa miles 125 ,75 50 25 12i 64 of Esq.,your agent and gave it to one
requ that had
'.: : Over 4000 miles 150 90 60 30 15 7| has been the my negroes suffered very much from
All communications Robert T. Boyd to public.
''1. ; to Insure insertion mustfa r u Ch. Philosopher. eta.O. ever presented a.severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him.'Soon
I I'S 44 post paid dec 4-tf OrangeVi11i&m Campbell Enterprise I" It stands its own merits and needs .
. i DIRECTIONS. \;: upon : no afterwards I had another negro attacked with the

,I.,; .&DIERICLNANDFOREIGN: & ., 'a 4' Henry A.Watson Crane Mellonville" 1st. Weeldy paptrt only,when sent as 'above v puffing.. .'Ir:HAS NOT TAILED':TO'crar1H same disease.- I purchased another bottle., itcured
GEm1ri Elijah
" / iSs oi stated, to be delivered free in the .... him size : 1_ _
'. MIlicilTS VlarionM John M. Mcintosh OcalaItvtort are county w 4eINOLiNTUC2. : L' 1 -
" : : AGENCY **. .-.y.L1k4,-3 ea. ;wu. *I I do not hesitate a moment in recommending
:I.L:j!.: DoIIucK in the mail over 60 miles. mIllS .Valuable.preparation ..Is.compounded.II' your Indian Lozeenst to the public,-as being the
CITY OP WASHIJTGTOJT S. E. Helvenston Flemmragton '
' In.The Buying And.. Selling Of II 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 square .from several medicinal roots growing in, the most certain remedy for Dysentery that I have
Jesse Ocala
.. 4it:...,r .,, mI\KR direction AARON HAIGHT EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL Southern M. Willis Circuit Inches are to be charged'. one quarter the above Wilds,of Florida. It 'is*PUKELT. and) WHOLLY ever used, or beardof. 'IfjouseeYours proper"jea< can

r- of New York and WORTH I. IMPLEMENTS AND rates. ,. ; Vegetable,'arid designed ESPECIALLY for the cure publish this* truly '.
"4't'\ ; INGTON GARRETTSON SNETHENofNew Hillsboro Simon Turman Tampa h 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to exchange of the above disease' 'Th6 Inventor and Proprietor MILER1CE..

....S.-.. Orleans Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme MACHINERY.. : !' ,Martin Cunningham free of postage,one copy of each numbe t ;U':fairy convinced that it' is'an invaluable DC E ,Jacksonville" :1. '
;;_. Court of the United States: 'ALSO,i *< Benj. J. Hailer* ". fact the .
only; and this.privilege'extends to newspapers Medicine.In test that.he has given it
't': i-.5-t :, establishment is formed for the following Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones; Ensopus, fernando Elias G. Knight Spring HOI published in. .-! ';: in the town in which'he resides; and the astonishing Jacksonville;Eta:, Sept.25,1851;:;

):.i:.: object- Colagen, Cullin and Bolting Cloths. Also every 'S Malcomb O. .eterson .6 4th. The weight of newspapersmust be taken success with which it has met warrants DrEPoiasett-Sirr to certify that't
i .Ei-, 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of <% NathanT M.Moody *4 have been permanently eared of a severe Diarrheas)
kind of produce North and South, and CUB &id or determined when they are in a dry state.5th. .. him in saying that it W. a.. POSITIVE CURE.
''.;:.: ; the United States, and conducting professional for WooL Hides, Deer Skins;and Shipping Furs. ii Ezekiel L. SeiphMonroe Postmasters are not 'entitled to.recelYe He has therefore 'come. to the determination to by the use of.your most valuable medicine called

'1 .v business before Congress. SAM'L HOYT. HAMPTON L BILBO.- Benjamin Sawyer Key West. newspapers free of postage under: their franki I place it within the<|*ch of all, knowing now many Indian Loxecnst,after suffering for more than 12
<..1 2. For the prosecution and recovery of nil claims iii James M. Bracewell privilege.6th. suffer with this tery unpleasant and often dangerous months with that distressing disease. I take pleasure .

.,,..,tt.3;: ;. in law or equity against the United States before References: Robt..clarkeC&" .Payment In advance does not entitle e.th 5 Disease, particularly. in the Southern. ,and cine to in recommending most valuable medl

.I.If t,.._ e!. Congress or Governments the executive Departments or Metsrt. ANDERSON& Co., TRASELIN&BRANT- John Bogle party paying to any deduction from the; abov S Western .&.. 111imilar11, tieted.lma&lD10unWuI -
. against foreign before Boards -of WEBSTER & PALMES SWIFT rates 'I- In purchasing **Indian',l> eeutt"-" eparticular ,, "
11 .
Commissioners. And oficlo'Tax Assessor indCoflector. ,- ,-A. JOHNSON'
ex .
iT and look for
Co., Savannah, Ga.r WM. P. MILLER & Co. mywriUen signature on
::l", !:'. ..a For:-the srttlement of accounts with the New York; RCOOLES Nouns MASON &Co., Bos-, 1 i RaIse of Postage to charged vpo aS traxrient the labels. Formerly.of'Jacksonville,If. C. .

'. : 4' Interior&Treasury, War and, Navy Poet Office, and Lou, Mass.; F. B. LOOMIS' SQl New London,: $100,000 SAVED!! Newspapers and every other description of Pri 4 I refer the public below to'a few eertineates ac- CLI pzcLA., Oct. 6, l 51.
obtaining the remission ted .
Ct.; H. S. McCoMBs E"Q'I Wilmington, Del. Matter, except Newtpapen and Periodical, leotedfirom among many received frost respectable Dear Sir One Bottle of
of na.ltiea : Loxecnst
ADN and
.L p forfeitures for your completely
alleged ptJJilhtd at intervals of Jacksonviller -.
,Savannah, August 28th, 1851. 4-tf tZeftdittK three month crowns -
violations the office sep IN PEARL STREET and Fletcher cured one qf :'men of,
revenue,post or other FIRE au met fr&m the o my *long standing
ofpi&blic.tion to GltualaruJ I 0jEGBPQINSETF.
'f New York. Three Stores : obstinate
t. ., laws.1I and their bona f scriber,., DJarrh a.'Froa its eomplet -and eertaur -
..L; 4. For securing letters patent for inventions New Goods I New Goods contents destroyed. Deeds before words i P.S4Planterseboniduotb.withcatth1iu1st efncaey whew all other medicine had failed

" .11'. .- p from the United States or from foreign Governments .lEiAt Wholesale RetaiJ.J RICH'S SAVES AGAIN .0. .. I. ,i ; I take pleasure in reconroMading it as a most
. and .
, t and procuring land warrants and pensions ELEVENSAFES of different makers consumer I fTK.-For each : on hand. ,- ,. -. I valuable medicinev. vYoorsvT.E.BUCKMAN..Ite..fI' -
-L UST RECEIVED,direct from New.York with their contents t ,The Safe made Rich A."M. EEED for .Jackson .
under the various' pension laws of the United a IP by & additional ounce or II ,. principal,Agent ; .
.t.. --.' States. Large ''Assortment-'Fashionable Spring Co defied tho flames and brought out its contents fraction of an ouDce. . :; ville. ToDrE.Pomsett ; f
t- :' 6. For collections generally, embracing debts; Dress Goods of French'British, and American without a mark of fire upon them!fMR. belondtbeun01lDCe8 'IS R.o .1 R.i "' Jacksomrffle, NOT B;'B51.

ti : *legacies ndfotelgnoountries.and inheritances,..;in the'. United' States- .' Manufacture French oil,comprising col'd Ginghams in part-American do.. GILBERT'S LETTER.' in'this table, loa'ad cischarged. g-:' r 8' i: TESTIMONIALS.. .. Mr. E.POiDI8U-Deat Sir 1 1 take"pleasure in
ditional rate will' be } II -
. ... I. ti..ForJ.bel'urchue ..ndaale of lands In &D'of French EnJUth. and American Prints, THE FIRE rtETCHER AND'PEARL 8T8., N4 ?. a' 2- j"" VEi4SESUREDfli expressing to yon my approbation of your Indian

" I--' -p the States r Territories of the Union, and loan- Furniture Chints Fig'd and Plain Lawns ," *- NEW YORK, Dec. 20, 1851. .0 .S2r :4 .!F' ." .. with Lpxicnst as a family' 'ediciJ1e.. .I have,used. it
-. ing.iuvoneysCon'mortgage1 rcal'estate and Muslins Messrs. STEARNS and .MARVIN,successors to C. 41 f Mus C" 9lSbI. good' -;'"success." "Yours respeetfu :
Yu.'Veo. "
lying I' Six u. < -
therein. Do. Jaekonets, Plain, and Fig'd Swiss Mus RICH & Co.;No 146 Water Street New York.. _ 0"' 0 ,Ot SW.A1t--'

,.- i. .7iForinvestment of funds in United States hue, SIRS', when the fire was consuming my place,o( Cts. Cts.. Cts. Cts. Ctg. Mr Poinsett, YckMWflle. T 17is5I..Jib. .

Ii and State stocks and loans,collection of the din Cambrics and Jaekonets.plain and checked, Business, No. 216, Pearl Street, I was absent;In Oneozornnder- '' fr-" .8.I '4f IOYerlor.not.oYer20r Six s For the:benefit.. of th* afflicted yon can Poinsatt.-.This:wffl inform : that fore
Silt Tissues Rensslaer County, 2"4. '18 .. 8H12S4 '10" publish the following- I hate had seven.easeri ef you
4 ods thereon,and*generally for the transaction Fig'd Berages, very rich pattern testing new cleaning apparatus 'this' ; several years 1 have sn&ereA.much at different
iaiTfacea on my plantation season iaQ'of
of all I *. in connection with Excelsior Thrasher "i3"j-3 I 'fJ fB 12' 15 rI
to law my times
.mneu'pcrtainitag a from Chronio
Iou and L Diarrhoea. ,
a < "i. which hawbeea cured by the use of' tried you*,
34444 4 mostvaluable
12 16 20 -your
Fide Black and did not read the account until I :
cheap Marselines fearful '
banking was Jt Indian
agency. very ; ,. ,. -. Lozeenst and.received aa entire relief
U medicine .
called Indian Lexecust.I ,
'4" 5 5 'Jo-:15: 2023>
: r AU communications addressed and Florence Silks of was too late to save books which :
( postpaid, to every color, my were placet and have no reason,to doubt its being
Messrs..Palmer & Snetben. American and, For- Crape Shawls plain and embroidered in one of your safes purchased from./ Juarvin ,o. 5 << Uq 6 04. '6 12' IS 24 80 'respectfully IOHN-PRICZ, .,Jr.' Believing it to be permanent o
4 which
duty Iowe the
< U at-
'F).. ... sign Agency! city of AVasb'ngton, will. receive I Paris Kid Gloves Black and ool'd Lace Hits some years ago. Mj fears were not allayed when '.. '1U.(6 8' SI :7 8..8. 7 14 16 21 24: '83 23.':!,85:, 5-1 iz7L: ..4NOTHER; flirted, I- present you this certificate'which Jo. TOO::
jtoUTptaMfa1thful&ttenttou.rLLMEIt Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves I found it return 4Q .
to the
: necessary upon my apply .. I can US&M think will
.' a$55 j.9Mv! 9 '18 27 86'/4 :B1a.i criek JJ; F b. let j85i you proper"J use say/
fc'StfETHEN, Jenny Lind.Polka Gaiters, 'Croton!Water,40 flours before 1 was en&b1ed'w, that In'conversing with who
!" have used
Office No."S Carroll Place, Capitol HilL Bronse-tipped Bootees, Opera Gaiters, commence operations; after which required ..6bonrs a944;. 10 .IQ 2030' :40J GO''' Dear -Sometime sine* .' member of my' medicine, I hate,not toD4.many one whodid your

I J Ii"3.: lawtf. Single Ties, Buskins, Slippers, &o. of labor application to raise the Salamander cDIRECTIONS." .I\ family was very ill,,indeed,.with a,.Di&rrh a.: I F relief.- -_ --_ ,not*recoire

Ii: The most approved styles of Spring Bonnets, from its ashy bed. You may Jlldge'or"'la.nxietT '1. On every transient : sortpd to several, things;usually given for the .rt.r -i.. ...' OBN- C.LEY,

IS Bounty,Land and General' Agency Do.Childrea a Hats, Silk Bonnets richly during this delay,and my agreeable surprise handbill newspaper,unsealed' tireular -; Disease,1 but IoU of them would afford 'uny re- Paetor.Methodist Church,Jackipnvme.
p engraving "
\ trimmed and of the 1&test fashion upon opening the safe in the presence of s pamphlet' periodical lie ,Your.Indian' Loxecust'was recommended I tJaetoonvmeDee.4thl35ll
: alh1DtonC. French Flowers, rich Bonnet Ribbons.- number gcntlemeu'toAnd my books and pa* tnagasine, book,and eyery rates1.ether 'description to I b/several persons 1 1 1 made,up my'mind to try it,

JOSEPH T. WALKER win gi.? l'Oin Gtt&t.'. Wear pen "Yed and legible as they were previous to printed be rnattcmr-thesbo-v. .:must in- 'all'. cases and am!very glad I did so, as one Bottle effected Dr.E'Feinsett-Dear Sir t':Three pMt: of*
a e1eit attention to' be ttOUNl'LAND Boots,Gaiters, and Shoes, the Ire. The intense heat to which the Safe was 2.prepaid\i henev according to weight.- a cdre/rVon"wiupIe.se-pub1ish; this-as such Bottle of jour most valuable medicine called Indian -'
CLADIS of officers'and 8 oldiers ell&ed'rll I a Ready made .?(9 ? subjected, can be conjectured from the condition 1 r any printed matter'ofl-hIchi a valuable Medicine"ought to be'known, to Lozeenst has entirely.relieved me of a severe

the FtORrBJ WAR or In either of Ibe, lf1l14, some Clothing A.,,a splendid. .:: .i- assortment: of.:another safe, [not a Salamander] of which an postage the Inattention is required Postmasters to be prepaid, shall through] the public. ..Spread H far and near in'ordei'that attack,of. Diarrhea .1 .cheerfully recommend

W&ulit which the U.States have been ene aged very iron skeleton frame only remained,and not a vestige ; or otherwise th. tItlcted.... bdrelief. Yonrs&a. your medicine;to thos similarly afflicted.
r the War *& Britain I Country merchants supplied (or eash/oa nci p of a book.. They .companions lID,tbsame sent without prepay mentthe same shall be chirge '-"" 'r ---: PiLTJAuBLrlct! -
r.4fI ;; 181z: to equal to New York Withrespectycurs& : -
double the -
with .
I prlcesTbeeouny public- above rates8. /; -
.Ji SSf eUlna tbe'U.States for MIUTART office on.the. second floor,from which thel To'R-E Pftr.tIk -TU4PC.-ANDaE'WS.
: .IWPLUSi nnlcnnfl.OST rRorEiir: fce.SERVICES. and ; are solicited to call and examine Goods and. prices fell upon .ofth.rn ware ia the cellar, the ? Bound books and.parcels of printed, matter .WJItJ. y. v C"J'6e .L \ "

IS 4 Description of business' ; to 'ftJ-At the Brick. .,Cash. 'I Store.B' -- mined safe upon the Salamander. If their position not;weighing,0,;,83 ounces shallibe dwmct( 1 r { .P .1ot 1\' i 1$51.D ]p i the A i" .1 y .1,
i LU B. ERMAN. ..
Attorney& Washington. .F pmurtegKLan : ? had been-reveriedEot;even,,the'skeleton uawe. matur, (.f ." ',.i-f, A 1, n'..' .".. ;. ". -.4 )' '
aeSIrl1'biawifllnfoiiiayod lYRUifSi I
would have ;..P e'd at',.-.pOt.exoee4f thtIon.1otti
his reznInedMylou overdue insur
S WipanU, charge will be U. Inothpr : JOSEPH GRIOE ing e"Y\40c-5'and sent ef year oiJ1ereaUed.lNtnu'; LoitcxMt; hat U'Oflk ft Aihtbmatioand CoasamptkirHeyaU
from the office
"I the harge will be 1. anoe is J1.990, yet the salvation of my books ii of>pub*
r .
tifltenlty of the eaee.proportioned to the nature aDd ": '! J.-V 'f.-i J 'IV'.i-i i. i l your Salamander;witbr the; ,representatives U and bona I1lbaoribtr,,. perm,n ,cured *' 0,!y negroe e?I severe; te'jlla, for der menu. Of th4 Ur,j P1 .

c He will also ict In COD.DecLloQ'w1tJ General. Oonunlssion Merchant, ,100.000. and important documents which.eoult to be charged with one>half the fates'mentioned ta.k Eysentery ti 1 1:eoe ldet' tt ah Excellent &o4TieFUsan4BiLterfortb.Dyit1ga el
.A AgenU or :"t 88 W AT ,- .;NE\VJcYOttl < in the |Mi ftho.UVU, fledivmvni said eompiai t-an tare .
not M 4npHe tcd,.Lilly-JIll. .___ M>d prvp neut of a mot 'plea Fills omtm.Tm' 1*.
AUomeys In Fjoridai who may be'employed: I STRICT and prompt attention.given to the sale of tel'postage thereon must i1i allcasesbe.reqnjred. sure la reeommending it to the pubUo. "* DII rolhf0f NphuUeJJtajineumatiaajuLgoatpains j
It will afford to exhibit
H''e Bounty Land and other claims on!terms' which all articles of entrusted to his me great pleasure -the 3BSJ r i 'II}
I I ISi produce care, new uSejiutcbaiea of.yon,and explain its merits, Periodicals published at intervals of more than 5ai iRespiwtruE'6nr'--'f: ;Peanitetmt1i, ctJixt ,tot arreat-
: nay be agreed upon Letters (1rbJtIa' should be -andall orders promptly complied with.apl29Hf three months are cbMgeit the <8ff.ia.f t. "J -bFEkNANDE'.;! ngspeedilyr(ci&o,Lute Jecude,) Deucoua and
at offlee'No,25l Pearl street where I f'ulIrate. .
present ; ,; whigh .
r post paid] wUlnoclyil-e4late&ttf. tJoa,; .-'': -V _.I : .. my To Mr.E. PoJDse .. other
J' mn4beprepa1d. r'' i..l diacha&c frem tbe urinary,
Juns5.P shaU remain until the new building No.216 Js .1.: t organs; .Styp
Jawtt, $ -
'a:; J NOTE,-In there is ODOr .01 : 4 tic for uterine
erected."J" h' ':Youri : : case In any hew DaiSrperiodieal ItITHElUIt-l3 't and o4erIeamor4a.geaissy.dye -
'lOHNA :
JffAYEa resectfjY' IN 'Th"Jbeim :
I.DOLLEu&porriL pamphlet other-; printed matUrli)f >, .- ioal OiAlsieott/lVjwderscaaaEoeW*, for re-
: xo.154 BngLtonteetavainab G. paper donuceted44kere*ltoifs*' OO'Si 'TOb' 1'RA..h ducip",d>opsioaisTJlingsi .Cartiaeal;Pills/As
man*8crfpi'o Fe1r. ;
Geral J1M THeTniderslgsed IvWc6itij'i.iob, an I kind . ., i 5th.1851- the
t .Coffi&Inioa 'Kercnants. : J' any by which information shall be asked for' diseases heart anj|pnriftc tioA of th t Uoid?
: every"Article,Ills others interestedin the preservation of thir books .{ Sir-Hiving used most viltable .
5 your Pills the
Front Street or communicated In AlUrativf tot novstksit1cnstj.tuuourAntldy.entene
; Corn.rfli4de. J.aa, biridet .. I' writing or by mark -
i p. k fIIfFE1tS T- front fire*[but ptartlcu.lsnlytbssebavtng'Rich'safe I the 1&14 Medicine called I&di&n-Lexeeust'withcomplete .Pills. for
Jp ttl. Dewepaper dyfl
11. : nteryi
; and
,; VlLtttendTJrom$1vt0 .,] 'business Tork, ..' Lamps, Campbine,< I in use] to call at the. depot.146 Water street, printed matter becomelnb.Jeet ea1pmphIetpo a 11.ttetJoltap..be r. success in my fa6iily/i/,ej tt a 1 itf.I owe to you e'diarrhosaj Map.thcturctd Bmbroeationj,foe.
-i to tnetr eare,, .ParUcuuat.teutloJa given to. I ') I.sndreth'.Warra < Fresh.Garden. New.:York* mice the Interior of Mr"-Gilbert'j and It II the dutjof tho P8stJD : and the public! inform yon that myself and 'wo- the speedy relief of,nervona. affections espeeifly
:' ; the) Seeds, .. .' safe.wih-tbe'books inndiaturbed which; he. i rem children of \ ,
sale of CotWlAmber.; 'T1lDbe .T ; { has the wrappers andfenvelopes from been'cured severe:P&nbmI those of fomaUa;;p &.r..tMW vPrtcogntted
'c .a.TnrpenUnes '& &e.& .: ,. ,tbiremain for the all printed matt ;
"' kindly permitted satisfaction & and with ,when nothing eh*would glvptease. 'QsieliefPnbUsb -, :W. ; (tIte lec1U"IW'
dlsootb.perobueofgoo4- ;i .,. .At wholesale and retail.. of the :: pamphlets bet crDarged with lette postage I, '.'' ipf&ctWltloDd
: Ubera1 4unoemtut.l mad.oa'ouii r- -j--- gratification pnblta ;rCO ." for the of thu if'fo. Yours renieettuUv tHlatt r. JJ.t-G. -.:eJj. ft_
I tc.. .Vehna1 It. 1 ..J1. 1uQn. N.B. Spirit manufactured and,always fresh, Orders for Burglar PJ'06fVanlta and Van]I opon or purpose connected ascertaining whether-there I a d4: ?:Im:- i-- *.? 2 cHAS:BROWN? tu1t1k" eile114a.chance an,
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with-any uchrDrintediaaKe : to
and for sale low- be 1'b *: si-- .I "
J ij as >s can purchased in the Doors, promptly and faithfully executed..: :j. 2 in such iE'.fnsen; > tCI _
1 t /. *, .'.._MW Cotton Qina Northern market,,for,cash .approved ortdit.'.." > ... ; STEAONSIsMARVlNi; or would authorise pacbgc&l1).i matter or thing which Jl'.a 1 i SyvupeI ebsloutIents1swmng !t

.. ._ I ..< ..: f Successors to Rich It Co.'. or require the chares of s>blf,r at. :* t .rJicwoirrtLLt.MayCth, 1S5L! : plesokle;
this.opportunlt rate!postage thereon. ,. ;N.K. 1SaJ el.to'IDrer; Ugutptg, for itch,
HALL scsldbM4.
D4.fntos'theplantthotJM ,
r 146 Water *:.TbisUMOTrtlfyitJs with
-3O-BEWARD Itreet corner Avenue A and Si mtichpreaWfl'that I
p. .Sce. VoUrna,
CoJ to J 'a : 'IPostsmuterenerallPorr f.i ; Toreer.DenJfe1t
} 1"eel
tang that be ttOl contimres the'tbaout ; 'U1..i.W.\rtt\.b ; Marks PJace,Neit-York; ** '' OnI*DuA1 announw to the PubBe thai llaa. been1 efieefcf CoUlitorlea, ftIJ f.\'b.I
of th it 'Jt-.J..l.usl.\! ally cured of the a T ariousotb
'Owners of the exclusive right of Rich's Paten distressing complaint call tri% J
1Q ll11 1"Jrtcr ROLLER HORSE GINS; dos .Lv;ihe 1tlaof'JIUM tastvTHREE JfEGRO, for the whole of the United Slatei/and the w'i J./, IJUr'1" 1" CI.t"" .fwt .J'5diT o I ftJtI1: T'&het1fg1111.:re lDA Qde4" ftr> < "t ,
lc1ie ah
r i b11odsIcgI.i.ihiau4alrIteI1n&jJredjt fillj41.brderiattbeihortwti.oaw.ft -.0- ) riot VFingall,.Gil d:CiIn.jhgsfl I. makers of.Salamander safe*'combining both paU ''Ti tii OFFJCbRStANDOLD1ER1$.I' ot1ce.ri'uI vttV. Mr.iK 'FoWeWr 'hs ''resorted tomany hfiijfbut *" b.iihe PtJJulfOCfC 1PI.l'eaal"P rli'4.

iAi rather light oompleijo*;low iii I, outs commonly tailed .of DO. !' to velit .
Itrca'.Ifes or Wru.'i Indue'totry
W'J ihrepntstloi iotnofb > ,: : wt.\J.t on hand at the Brie ItC
boil I
efthrGiflaapply: ore, s mt. t and about Z5 years agaVlGU? II SaJanander SItU, with Rich's Improvement.. -THE'SEYERMJ W:R8S1Rai ; MedVine; acd to mr are ,
*> lIiEAgents or M those who Mv bon answers the d .. $J 1. ..iBv I tuFmf* I ,
a acniptioaoFingal41uj4, ,oi "' .oI4TBB".RBYfJ.J.fT"0N" AMHA J t OS. PPB.IC
f'SSf& Fab.5l85Z.-3m. f' t
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> l6 Y1 ,. AGEfrsa"t : 1ABa&nfor rather lighter omplexIoi-.aw.. ageT-Cain j is -' -- -, .. YrAlt'fi a.t.91r'II days, 'hl led' since le7lot b c 4ree..
: i- f L --.C 1 mn.1" AA p> wi h.that
yiflAXonga k Acosta,j3cntervilla 5 'f about 6 rut 8 Lachw ": ans trw r 'Q &h r1lle I tp .
-rir < 'i. ., high; rather(;slender butU a (whq co.mucla e< -o : t7"" _
have Jac reoelr .
C B..a.S > f
; pt: : : : .
.ooa coal Mack 810,
0. and a lafront ,
i With 44om1rbd4 .CIiTNORtliOUSEUR1BE1i : .BOUNTY"L'AND Ol smIappy ta&.T4lII .teeri\i r iTT T.L nl u P*k
I r- 4 8 ott k DeVeau Cha.rleatell S. 0.' eayed- about t& years 014 ; ,(e.iervteMot0Ai \i .t5jOba .d and from.t5 to.& -Ti 1 k.tiirnis"Ocla;Ei Florida i The:above reward,WUl,. p&t&Eog.teriift 'l'TH:.uS ." otmore, th'wIdIwsau4 minor Wh1reD I\h :u: de1 rnrown byatn-i-wIthf- a- fee F .in to o&;*tI J lie nature of,the ease :,wh u!

tk;: .LDnkeaPalMk1!T rnand..K.UCOg: Jaeksonvffl.EFJa.; '. ., )'., .-I I sB delivery ntoewary of the expensei/for above negroes,tir.D t.the rMio'ifob:undersigils .0':i ::; Hiaving-Tecently the above' HO let."troo1e1'''opened ,: ;deceased undertske17M1cl&Imi of,those an also entitled. c Thi SaJilcritiu D"'tio,0." ';1I Y .I r. 1" i fU1i'''''U.rt\i.Ut f r .tJ1"'cw..'ffU"J CIJOatttec4''a or,rde In* .jJ .. WtJU*

.5RoytkCS&nni.b,1 .* j*' lDterM&e4.t.I31I&TlDI.1I.8ti b.1'no
oli&h.t tIr..1. Ol *10..&1a ." r : .
., 4a ,. licit the of toe "Thf .1mB .u HEJUW.1I .t1
.. JJ. 'I' -.II. patronage public e" fo.n4teftt J n
&. Nlblact"Cf' '" I;: rs it11.t
Alligator i
,) ,C.I'l: 'B."WJLSO&i1 ," t--I\IlC1 1
: t a ara at this time now five to six rooms unoccupied I- ;Id.po ebftoi11t I-: .0 .nVjg ,orcfE'' rlll 'lt t -

Qi l.MUeset", u.. Hanfay' .t.o1FD' t,.tori4.., -. .. '1>.1 ii''.",Ht. tb'b-' .I" oD. w VI.; several of the jam-with'fire place &Tho HOUS I biG' 'for' )ANDN _..', ". ',.'_. "__Jj; '_'UT ''F., _. '!' :-j.4 ,! J= ,oJ1'J'ih. D" ;1, ; :i "
.. .. T ;, ,U""aJ. II wita&t one hundred and fifty ''''' '' to' .h
yards'of the 8fOli8
.. "1'0' U' tl .Wt_! :.a .1 .q roat\ ; : .: rAuLot Sir .
Dear I
JfTU 04 eonsidu
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) $44 \lWlIi. JoCrmoal.. OD;;,. ; 'J"t om.and wheh'nndsnIgned'is J & <. to>M a wtt jtf.duly.. tMftrwr.
; J Burma Nitt ". I ;pep Yqb! .85LmGT?
ea''t .Qtmf
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fcadof\ht Q.A UklniiMrnyojctut? u
M mHei above J aoUOuYWt ; Ado f' .
: subscriber, at moderate.rtteE/vl-rtons *" lva" '" '.., t 4U'_. (' 59 J fbr Gen;Sootta SOar b.rs Coach'and two'hoIji *G 4&611-- tA1lJatUn pQl&.lII41PU' :, "t
I Ii 1r1.11\1I1 July U I" J& 'mHE Snbs -
1'1 rfbertlBvft'j1
hack MIGIltf' < of
Ms1lIIMs IIotJalea-ma1 foroosla s.mkw t1 iattroUon purselt'ta -
t firee-'i _. 1 D.an: teoeaa&I7
Qtns plai to' ;Jmu.
% repsrtd pbaw A wu .L r ;
i For further patiianlar*apply t thereffle : ;1D ttelj'remaining susplr'of: GB.O*
; GP-1'4t": .LE1 t.it f *Gt48. i. BUR) .- 1-Mot: \1'h1' 'ciOi'iJipKHr.ofi.f.i'i ;Pb.. the Jacksonville RepulHean and News. '-'w' u s tTi or l ..1)'ltW1 .i ."dp wqkJ9ckg.ly3rj a\o..1& 'CBiUE PROVISIONS xfteToSfiAn.QLE3 '

'; 8& dar7sQeorii:11% .1.4 .t7ToMIa ; -- LLtr. : j1rl-.h IH)JAMESB.ASKEW. 11 j'.. ,t6briJ2:1.-a.if iENNP 4rilf.H V gtv. a-U hops 0(ty.. btaInint s1ljybs&roNI1U.QZCU8Z' : : ,' tisy-ari''off:. ; .

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