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: August 5, 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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challenge!;;As.great a fool as General Scott : 1r : ;.-r he J1ii -.;- t" 16 .: V .r Vii;
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III J. P. Sanders, Carry, -mt: Back. etc. would have teen fdraccepling ;it"fbr as s Mr.,Senator.Borland some;time since pno- ,N..ttI1Jx.. 'E, il'n .It"m- DOt.." ICJIOUe.jiltiitU.tbatatmaC\ ai *i14 11 ;

Fling oat ..Flinroat.!, V courage is'the Only quality w .aeh.tb 'worlJ fished a speech lit which;.te!,.(:down-the aibu Does T4,i Post lor. preasionsv weia caIW';fOfth apiut'GeD ra t V
ATTORKKT 1HJ) COCKSliuJ* AT L.a.W.HAVING With tong and shoot regards as tested fry tt 'duel);, cliof!; these estimates:oLthi.'present,;administration I'at get 'threauwith those .of.'Pr o* -

remered hii office from Colombia Oar banners from the watt t V ,J' .,V heroes'of many a-well-fonght would 55442481.; Since tbatr time Lhr ha*,.discoyered Kitig{ D.X. Cartterfa;: to the 0 T 1 Iota. / 'iKmi. .:'_ :'Ji._ritfiaf. ,. ; _,
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to jMkwwriUA, Dar l County The Old Hero. many trror i'cIcaltions'arid Wh .fone"t eC s e. n.t f.d\\zt J. ,
thU be will ()Mexico < .. have.been a fool to seek suck proof/ / itldanybOdy a finaTitj rtsolTe if;pasted. by the Pierce &
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?TMpeetfally the pnciiee infonnj of hu hii profession tu fomerij.He conUvae ., -. Receives his country's can, 'V have' 'caUedO14 Hickory": a .coward the.qlb day ia.the' Senate":rose and i mdea Baltimore Convention T VWe Ohwaasuceeafal W-oC" :

will attend ,at each andiererj: ,Term,of thousand. times : .for refusing Id challenge "Old Fass'and corrections which ,reduced..ibei mmboni?to. do not'forget, MchT-threata, -because lowing mninoctara in polet insists artlcif ,4
the Circuit Court la the ieeri Conntiei o' :In many climes; .11 -V FeathersfBah- e- T*. $51, 23 46. The Express, bya statement we- made.Bone.;- WiUc.tba.tTrilnuti
the Eutera JadieUl Cirtuit. the County of Hath victor graced his brow VV ; ,Bat a general officer .in--command owes based on reliable aathqrity;showr 'that'.the have the kiodnes*.to mention any threat. m. Ihe;;NatIooalrL5UUTtbcer. Wi" ttVsorprotests b i/J I I
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme Shall we fall back, Therefore actual Up i1ksJdarint,185!-were S48fi05? : we I. -, ..' J ,;: au.q 1 :
TsUiusee&ndthe U. S.Court at St.AquatiDe. In this attack,' '-> V something to.his country.. ,while have ever made that we bin pocketed t.-- .'., .. .. 'IL .lli.f -.
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All business entrusted to his care And leave hu colors now 1 V bound to face the bullets'of!the-enemy,'be 878or$3,8I7,968 less than the amount .de ; VVe remember have said that"noftiina- ."J9.e ea.of 01 Jhia. 4" rwe

will ncei"e prompt attention. nIa.-At. 'em. again .. 'I deserts bi 'pOst4''of idut/'liy'-Tenturinjf,his dared Id the Jate'S n toriar'explan i: tion' by :the .DemCCratTof', anV,=candidate nee4 Dqtinde9 goelar.b.cjf: '
Address-J.- P. SIKDXKSOX Jac1csOf&rilh.D Old Lund7'i -ne."" .. life in a private quarreL! .10 sending cbalJenge And of $48,000,000, several important who was disposed to make .Compromise longeLJL: four jewi 111su4pr9L211

Coimfv, Honda.. tfHcQaeen -Oar.From battle Maine: "'Gcorita'lhore..-- ". I"" t ,,General Jackson disregarded this.,important itemsfi' fs proved, are not' justly chargeable measures a test Dem6cracyt'aT; the'aaop- were as plenty' as, bUcabtrfie.! 4 wi 1 II

Jacboume.JaD.17.1 ,_ ,Is .Do or die ery. .'. i consideration., In'refusing the challenge to the regular' 'outlay of v the existing Adniinistratibn. -. tion of an1VpUOflJ, wbich-mpose4su a recall to par leaden tbejriolent prptesia
mcIntosh, V For union, ever. more!" ;'General Scott observed it.-'-WhIch .; The.actual o dj expenses of test would prejudicial if-ijul fatal b.'the bydiflreut. .and.i"cIii4P 1 -'

AT LAW, didthe_best,!:" the.Whig Government last.year'were then ticketj-bot we never said that-we"should against tha iK>rainationT'ifGenlTaVkw'b71; *
the Circuit Courts in the Eastern The Locos grin, -. '' VV :k reduction bpon,the most 'favorable 1 estimate Pot support any ticket, adopted,by- the' National' the PWaJelpbia:, 'CooTentidai.; Ncs4.i. *. I
WILL attend And think win -
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: r jniportant1Levelat1on;, 'pOh Polk. expenditure'" of more 'lhan the -4fh i ir .
Circuit; the United States District Court at St. B1BhoutiDg" l and fuss!" '. ; t. : ConTeftt1onJf.f&JtIt..:mp.ized.Wbatwe QUote .ot .t IU
Aigusune; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; .'so.p"they..yI I 5000000. So mach /orVb%,'* extrava. ididsay we were justified in sayingi that.Conyncioa.htuell7 1K, .

&ndpro.eeuteClailn$ for eitiiens in any part of Can't gain the day. V, L The Port Gibson (Miss.' ) 'R ra.1d'of the pnct 11,\as .contrasted" V ,t'ii I11" t.Democratic"economy. We had aright to 8oppoe .;that-GenlScott' : o'UCW&IT g ,WAiL purtyto.6i V V

Florida against the Gorernment at Washington, In a PrendentUd muss! V 9th instant, reports the ,following'circum- ." it ,., would continue ,occupy:that position tM i jrw"O dissolved rrTT"vTv.Jt ft 4ciilIet
either before Coneress or at the Department Bat L&ndy's Lane l iVMBIMMaMIM -/*, U
Florida. stantial account of an interview between on the slavery question which had procured it, wqiJee.I O,
ft>ADDKXSS. JacktonrilU East Tis very plain Interesting t Reminiscence., for: him his'. in the reminder from u ta satisfy hint.Jhat the prb. u
MAT 2. 1850 'tf_ Can well afford to smile; Geri. .Scott and the Mississippi delegation! to .- .. strength Whig i ,
When such small game '. Convention.1 e bad a: right .to.suppose teetatioos and exhortation against the Whig; i
JOHN EIISKINE Attack his fame, V the Baltimore Contention. ,Surely''sach'.a Copy of the fetter writtep by Gen" "-WiD- that the Tribune and'Ecening Journal were caodidate'at that,day,from professed! higs,, j j

(uTe or QPIKCT, GADSOES COUKTT,) Why don't they site bis pQe 1 V statement as this should satisfy every Whig; field Scott to the Secretary of,, War, in the pressing his nomination in good faith as 'a far exceeded in TOUme'and Tiotence tho**, fJ
CJ&ons-At'em again etc. year 1814, relative to theprisonerstakenat [ of,the time this
Attorney at Law as to the Democrats, who support General who candidate who reflected their opinions upon present. Of pact we mightf
Qaeenstown were sent to England
Has located In Jacksonville, and will attend the CHAMTLTEPKC V Pierce-mighty champion of the South.I .!- for trial: the! 'peCU1irWE institution.s.W*'ADJOT.THA.T ourselves present many with illustrations. -we will xanttntj J9'
Without MISTAXXH BOTH Or. one: and lOlL that T urpbs f
a speck V THESE AS j .H
all the counties in the Eastern ,
Circuit and Middle Courts Judicial in Circuits, the Supreme Courtof Flings np against the skies I to them, of course.it mast be very unsatisfactory WASHKJGTOS,January., 1813., sukrrioNs.j; i :. .) ; '* i ,'.' j ii{j \ 4 select! the protest OfVairnpoar&torgviza. : .11)

the State,and the United States District Court The flag we raise : SIR-I think it my duty to lay before the V 'J(Gen" Scott' and ibis friends had 'continued I lion of: .Whigs in the'greatomnierciatie.! .. ;,

for the Northern District of Florida. With"Union songs ofr>raise, After the nomination- of the Whig candi- Department that on the .arrival at :Quebecof to stand where they stood when we tro' the of.oar country.3" '' .tt1

Hit tint it devoted txduavdy to the Legal pro1KpOee The South ana will Compromise stand, !* dates at Baltimore, and the closing of the the American prisoners'of' ,,'war,.surrend-: wrote and if.be had not accepted a nomina- -V Whigs of the city of NewYortloVlsblutefy I Alt,

(miOL in the basement under the "RepubIicu" A steady band Convention; the delegation from this'State, ered at Queenstown.they were mustered tion on a finality platform.there is no doubt JrclineJ, called upon, to fita, 1 1. \
( printing office._ly may 20 With North and East, and West; visited General Scott to' satisfy themselves and examined by British officers appointed to that anyof the prominent! candidates .btlore day for holding a ratificatioa roeeling; .and.,, !j J
1 1t Now Locos pray whether the slanders circulated against him that duty and every native born ,of the the Democratic Convention would have been on the. same evening that they thus declined, pJ l 4 11

OSCAR HART, Do We're fire away charging, all abreast! were true or false.! They met him, and the United Kingdom Gr .Britain' and 'Ire defeated by bi,. But now he i presented the'4.Toiat Men,;'Henry Cttf Clnb"I-. .: {

t ATTORNEY AT LAW, Chmu At'em again,etc. result must prove satisfactory to all. A land, sequestered and sent on board -a shipof as the'express'champioir: ; of'Jina.ltYa'* of Mffibled in the street, and after li tel ng.tor J '! !.

I Office upon the Second floor at the. Court-house, correspondent writing to us says, undet war then attbat harbor. The vessel in a which there is r.ot a word in the Democratic sundry exciting addresses from'Wh'gsdis. ,
Forsyth street. Gen. Scott and Gen. Jackson. date of I few days thereafter sailed,for England with platform. The very'sentiment which wouldhavegive contented with the Pbiiadelphia'oominatiohof ,; {
I WILL practise in the eerertl-counties of the I G:o.; dent,PQLIO(1b the .
the WASHIKGTOK June 23 those: persons on. board. ScottMrengtb- he had adheredto { "
Eastern Circuit of Florida and attend to The Democracy refuse to Jet Gen; ,Jackson's J852. I
folIowirig'decIaratldivwhTeh waS 'unani
collection of claims against the United States for be Between fifteen and twenty persons were tbe principles of the party which presented .'
bones rest They must Mr. Bruner in
lost other in peace. went to day, company.; thus'taken from natives of him mously adopted .aDJhlined oa 'the spot by __ ,_,
Military service, and for Horses or characters principally will.now, and.ought to, enure to the i 1
deficient in living with the call' :
I property lost destroyed by troop in said service.i deplorably great call Mississippi delegation, to on Ireland, several of whom were known by benefit of Pierce, ftsfwhoee abstract notions. five hundred new members : .' e .Ti ofr
when thus forced to General Winfield Scott. While the
f Also claims for pensions of disabled soldiers. they are up conversation the platoon officers to be naturalized .chi- of slavery are quite as Iibera|and just as any : i"We the undersijtnei;deeply attached 1 1 .
he widows and orphans of deceased soldiers.Alto General Jackson,. whenever they get is still fresh in my memory, I jotit
; Zeus of the United States, and ,others _to ever professed G.n/Scott and whose Whig'principle and i measures 'riew-wiUn
by ;
i ,claims for bounty bind to officers and soldiers a titrht rlat Thev have lately! endeavored down for vonr information. The follow__ ( [ ', ; .
i and the widows and orphans of deceased of- -'n-- a------his influence to- bear against : contains the ub u'n '' have been tong residentavithin'the, same. general notions of government commandour the deepest regret the nomiaatioa &eaiMddate 'J1 ilj I.
f fieers add soldiers. to bring One i in particular,1 whose"name has escapedme unqualified adminteiratipn.V .. for ant suffrages'who is not Wnjtified' :f.:
Also will give his attention to eonreyancing, General Scott, because the two had a quarrel : He said, "I was in point of time, the besides having compliedl'with the with the great fundamental principles ol theaWhigjarty.aman 1 !,
f to examing titles and records, and ascertaining in the late war. Jackson challenged I fourth or fifth man who declared for the conditions of our naturalization law ,\ -was .,N Ge5.'Fiere.v & -.--f 'i-': ." j'j' ,;i who has:stated irt h- t 1. .

I; clsims All business to lands.entrusted to bin will meet with Scott, and Scott declined. his challenge.Upon Omnibus Bill. .Clay and Foote are the only. represented by his officers to have left a wife I', ( ") ,on:01.7 FroierfpUon.* If ri': letters that he is willing to receive'the DOD: :

[ prompt attention; and all instruments of writing this subject, the Philadelphia Ledge men I now 1'emember who preceded me. J, and five children all of them born within The NewYoikig'PIjiiblhes*i# lion of any party. 41" "t ..--s dsIs t

rill Le ezectled by him with neatness and despatch. a neutral paper, with Democratic tendencies, afterwards and daring' the progress"" of the the Stale of Newt York "/ f' passage from speech of Gen--pjei'ce.''deli. '' U a ''declaration like this afficieat'3to

has the following remarks : various, compromise bills .sanctioned and I distinctly understood, as well from the ed by him in ,the Senate in '1842, denouncing allow;'us. to' epnfide'iin'ihina ,the -Ja.euolIYme.laD.2S.18S1. tf "One of the partisan Eewspapers true to sustained each as it came up, in all its officers who came.on board the pri or. ship the Harrison Administration Tar proscriptioo long-cherished principles'.wbie.b:hare Weot&twa.ya

Joseph S. Baker, EL D. those low instincts which-during; a presidential strength and' breadth.' I have, on an average -. for the above purpose,:as from others:witb and-charging it with bypocrisy'in pwking -. associated' in.,our minds wrtii,-the?

I PRACTlTlONEROli MEDICINE MIDWIFERY campaign, always set 30 many pro- ever eince, at least five times a day,.declared whom'I remonstrated oq this subject, that it ito the-nation* which: did inotio name of-Whig ', :-M? abtjtiWhat ,

AND SURGERY. flignte peas at work in calnmi&tuig the the same sentiment 1 declared forth was the determination of .the BII1 ah'GoyerDment ; tend to redeem... .In the,coarse of the speech guaranty have.! as to'the Jill

Office on the corner of Market and Forsyth candidates tells the public that Gtn.' Scott, .JBt'asures as early asIst, February, as expressed through Sir ..George' be says : "There was nothing in the admin- OM which,.in lhe great politirai qeesUoiAvf:

I Streets opposite the Court IIoure.t a a coward because be refused a challenge'from -t$50. Mr. Clay"visited. me on the ,day or Pr Yost to punish every man whom it might istra1iobfGen: Jaclsonvhidi; (l ra ,iini.formtj the day be will ;be :found V.jNonel &T&e

JACKSONVILLE Fu.r General Jackson some time daring the the next after their passage by Congress, subject to its power, found in arms against f ,"failed'to j justify'a8lhe,'r 11 iaT of truth is,availability is the ground ork tjpoa't

t .16. tf. was of 1812. We do not recollect the fact and I'may say, embraced me as a brother the British King contrary to his native alle- one worthy ftfficer to'glve place to another." which his 'nonimationr has ;been 'eflecJedt

in this case if any such occurred and do and partner m their success. I am surprised He might have'added that JacksonV friends Dowsrtcognisi'Or find !tjis word ut'toar

J. HcRotert Baker, not regard them as worthy of notice for the at, and cannot account for, the con. giance.I have the honor to be, sir, bad promised quite as. stoutly:as (those of creed No -we-'despise and reject it J**

I ATTORNEY. COUNSELLOR LAW purpose of vindicating Gen. Scott from the trary rumor that has gone abroad, especially Your most obedient servant Gen. Harrison that tbeiCBbould.be,no proscription Thsrefore ve cannot vnd'.wiU RtJt.'6 pporf t

JACESOHVILLE, E. FLA.Abo .. charge'of cowardice! Nor do we offer a among my friends at the South. I am gra- W..SCOTT, under his admi ist.ation.. General Taylor at our candidate for ttePnPsidenaft J'i '

,. Commissioner of Deeds forth. following single word in condemnation of duelling, ax tified to have this opportunity of setting V Lt. Col. U. S: 2d Artillery.. 'But here'we h .Gen.r Pierce'himself ful Devotion to out priactpla dnadtl' i. ,
btateaofthMjni"n : the foundation of Gen. Scott's defence; myself right in presence of the accreditedmen The Hon. Secretary of,war. I cpmnrtted agai Prosription; ;:':He Cannot Mat w'5oidd tJOt.1; ) tJ141', f

; Maine Delaware. Georgia Alabama,, for those who now condemn him, for this of Mississippi ily opinions have not '' justify "the removal of one worthy officer "TofiudsuchmenasClaytScOTTJigd t4 -
Vermont, Maryland would have been equally been concealed from'Mr.-'Seward this Democrat' Description of.Gen. Scott'sPecolIaHUes. Webster'sacrified 'in ibLmanntrirlrsrM.h s '
Maataehasettf, Virrinla; Mis&isaipp imputed refusal, on A to ga.ve.place to another. We,trust he will j
New York North Caronna Texas. averse upon his acceptance. Material for subject. About;April, 1850, I met with him tear this in mind,, should, be happen to be dignity ve cannot tamely and Qujetlg submit V
m Fennsylrania South Carolina partisan slander is all that they seek. But on the boat between' Elizabethtowo (whereI the New Orleans'Bulletin elected President.'-But we- doubt, with all to: "they hone lalored, i lontr ahd faith* (

mar 31-' -tC _":1. AlmAi'tnintr fn._ diMMlSS-.---- the.-- nuestion- '_.__n was going to superintend and direct about We. learn. from F\o.- IliSerality tuor_ft.-6.L40M--aJ.I.1ir futfy ? tfMa&fttJimodtf ; f-s.-r 5 -
B. M. PEARSON whetherduelling"UU MLflIub bei right.or wrong gener my.gall1enaod ,.NewYork.-. was 'th that at*-recent mass raetinp-oi Louisiana.*, iwraocraU of this? Whig"administration,'which ""With either of .these'u oar standard'' .
Baton .
\ ATTORNEY AT LAW, ally"we will offer a few words upon duel- first time I had met him for eight years. He .It Bouge Gen. Scott, a Dsmocralic. among. bus left in important offices:many< Democrats hearer weiwill: fightlanenil7! (there is' t1

HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and ling in especial connection with Gen. Scott, renewed the acquaintance and alluded to other .speeches commenced against .a ciiticism upon and appointed! others,(crick as Dondas no questioning ill;'sacc sfuliy; but..iill.; I \, .

will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuit and upon the proof of cowardice which is these'measures. I prom ply told him I was' orator descended to an examination 2d Asst P. M. Geaerll and Whiting; ,. Chief Availability ;forourcandidaxe'osr zeal' "it" 1
the Supreme Court of the State and in furnished by this imputed refusal. General dead for the Union,'dead for the Cnnstito- him and finally and' He Clerk of the.' Department of the Interior,). to palsied and our''iRtAl qaad tl.-' '

of the E1o U. S.d&District Court. fat the Feo.Northern 19, %District.. Scott entered the army from choice, and tion, dead for.the Compromises of the Con represented of bis habits the horoic, bearing old,General tastes.a'man highly'responsible. posts: VVe'snail ie e. V '"'Can'there' 'Be 'a% "tea!: ;stJ; u1 "

fought his way ia numerous bloody battlesto stitution, and dead against every man, opposed Scott more' pemptoyorptiveth.n'the 1
command of a Brigadier to them Ididnot meet him of great vanity, who was remarkably proudof the .fa declaration fS 11
and goia
HOPKINS It BKAHA3I, the commi.r ion again and wbo.was Anecdotes 'of Gen. Scott. expressions .,
at Law General long before the w. of 1812 until last December, when he opened the hi",personal' appearance' ,-_ from a thonsanJ'ortwoof; the'atlenrand'impulsive" f
Attorney's paradeground orion "f -
either -
till after Wilkinson interview : to ,and' waiver of never satisfied on I of 'Nevr-Xork, *'
OFFICE at PAX.ATKA E. FlaM was ended. And not by an ajlus'on battle-field nnless tie goUea'epaclettes -Washington Union is amusing itselfWith Whigs I
and Hull, and Hampton, and Dearborn, and my rudeness to'.him: oa the.. boat. I have the'' and Scott picture books and'ariecdotes.: It Smilar demoiistratioM were fmade 'at other
the Eastern Cireuit. AsiQen his shoalden a towering
entrusted WILL practice to their in care will be promptly attended other."old fogies" wbich the revolution bad ; declared these sentiments, everywhere befor glittered'waved-on' from his hapeao., ."Bat think% that "the canvass"'for Gene? l Scott points in dificrebt'. :-, S States.anS: (especiiriy- fa1, ., H ,*"
to. February 19, .-: left, had been cleared off from the rmy and all persons. 'aotTT.RESERVATION OR Fuii pluU1 / said the has started grandly for the children" The Ohio and'3t saczusetts.' And \W oat wu W 'l\\
speak "
RtptMtetM please pnbUsh tt, aDdend Browne I will ever have' and I,must.say, fellow-citizens, ( theresnlt'of'il -these'partial but *| 03-Saraanah tbeir places in command supplied by or COMMITTAL. now, himself) that thoseepaulettes'fand'lhat Union has forgotten that in the old Harrison impoanj '
their bill to this oiee.OSSIA.N Scott, Gaines Ripley, :aoo other .sprigs of shall in future express'my sentiments on,all 'er'evidently ashamed'of vert elvays, found and Tyler times,Democratic J organs were indications''of'discontent 1' 'WhY: just ttfs* ,1 .' .

B. HART, "Yoon America." did said army begin to subjects ,,0fL public) importancewhenever '' and wavzng.whe7 plume the battle'ra ged wont to adopt the same' derisive tone. ;It that at.the election1 wWch.was' neld; xaciiy j

ATTORNEY AT LAW meet wathany success. Arid, after it did properly called on. .,I am:willin, 'j and. ever, Uttering teherethe bullets rained tkicteOt and I has forgotten tool that popularity with''the four montba'thereafteri! :lu T i.if. 1.-
begin it.went forth like bim-who'or. the desire if AKT MAM or:"GOOD CgLRACTERWUL fiercest, juveniles is sometimes a pretty fair index Etxcrot AZ.roTE'wjkS; civEs'icinist" G (
; deadliest
KEY TVEST FLA. where the wu. directingthe ii '
white horse with a bow in his 'hand. '*"conqaerirg STATE THAT BE';ETEa'BUaD(1 SAT OTHER .carnage popularity with ,their fathers and mothers; TATioajba'PBEsnE5T; azWb. : .
Practices the United States and State Courtsof SAnd Colonel I VJ'SniTO'l'OV: : American arms on io glorious victory1 UsrrrD STATES!: *" ? k- ifcjV7.: : .a i
Florida.JmlylMf :and to conquer.1 WISE THAW bf the followed It is something, at any rate to..: start1with"Y i. '
the Southern,'4. ; DictrieLof T>- Scott and General Scott, "the Hero of Lun- WORD_'IIIAMOUCUOULD WEITTEii BOTH The loudest applause truthful words day .. i n12merir.z" on ScbtTs side. 'The /- So'much for the ebnseqoence tjf jdiscojPtent < :
dy's Lane"and of many other l lanes where BEFORE % AFTER MT JUHE. I deem thf lbe atterance of those ibe.iSuUetut UnIozsnindnIges in V fit of ghastly merriment, and protests'against, BominatibnsVafter; n
JAJffES H. BAKER: the British: bullets and bayonets were no compliment! paid hie .by .your Convention,. r; Hat lhe American: people ( and overtbe followi gtanecdotu't'' Ji ,J they"made,1.by thosV wha&*'d&res pr if"caICU1atiOD
forsepaulettea '
ATTOaKET AT tAW jokes bad:a Tery considerable share "** every the highest that can. be "Jwud \to'a-man on inquires) any,better Die happen to have been di5afp'plnt1 '
stated '
Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. hard .fightingthat! .achieved all ,this earth, save electing him .to 'the office TOO plumes! 1T e"gallant seen"service ColoneVwho and is l A"IA'iEcrxiii. -i'ln: d LD MEDAL'' MiD ed by them, in _a ease Avhich.!'(withiar; V t&s; 1
has capable singular incident is'con- : iFrom
TazKoatA :
the foVegoing V **
-conquering.2' We:wonder',if anybody in have nominated mefor.As. .to your. persevering ,.be" ngenlloo'seooogh memory of every tiviag. *.' V 1
oCj j dgingWilnhe: nected with thegpld medal presented.to V'r I t 3I
SBIITH dreamed of another j
H. tbee ever adherence in the balloting to '- .
the days ;
... :
army.in the:same thing wlaereverheepeab General Scott by Congress, It was.at onetime The !
to. ,, slTr ,
in Captain Scott or Colonel Scott (allusion bad previously,been made'to, 'this saT : '_ j. .' I-:5'
ATTOItSETl LAW canvass.1. .I
during the -Ii. dt "i_ deposited for safe-keeping in. the.vault
Even tbe or'the-c: 'leaves'110heartbbrninrs'wlth < :
mpany-tbat. S'1
General4Scott Guess not by 1htTotiiJ8adt.
1 one
limtor., Columbia Co.. East or ?
--' "original Scott''men" 01. thepresent ;aayawho me.Yoa AAthoagbtfOzthebestintereetso-,- what Vou 01 The; teatimoDvbriogaforcibIJ to mind thai\ of !the.CitTBank'ofrobber New... ,.York.. -'.A'noted. ." Thomas I1'Ar.cy.ilagee the editor 9t the -i
JOHN 0. HATELEY have stock to.him most constantly and oar [commoj. of the venerated CtArninhij: I Ia tdays.' ; breaking' into the 'sale, earned off American Cf.i VpaperrecentI/ i.f..r.d'J
'of his careerno !. YOUTBj trW3 Speaking In'full .of'onldence'in thepatrioiisnV from}thence every thine.that was valnabty! uDe... and.snpPiercej -rts i ,
at 1J
.T.TOBl'.E.Y AT I* 4- \v. faithfully from the beginning country.1! ,.j ,. f"TILel1aqh toid lam token public honor in '
meanr-could ;of Gen Se6tthe. ; og 1I1.pare.bas pf ev-j bfltVtkUl fae'IrhighIyprr4e4with
OFFICE, ,BLOiDNrS,FERRY not career-nomination,., : Heoa c.(tldatBpOSSlbU .. ,I ident for the 'brave soldier's .only! t 1at
( I not be more enthusiastic in the praise'of! his er other things--*..Seott.a A PZ0UDMLUZHAS respect .', .iiiionestfr.aad candor,' npoJijcmUerL j
COLUMBIA covnr.Will ; The'a of tb'e.'medal wasbun "
whatever r nE-BUT ,.IT lSwiEsl:, His'coiafflna'ale the
than were all -meo.of. 4S-oJ ii th th' ., open Oput.
i rop n 4i
gallantry t. iit1un
practice in the Courts'cf fa. Eastern. into n PRIDE!" open, buYriniutitspeenhiCt ions of hiscfe!9W-coantrymen"and' 1i'.ireiiS,
-' District. party in those fighting days.: .The 'FedraliMs MY ab tt'tC Whig .st ghterHons h -nJa,) Jn."w" touch IL ?:Not event, whole Jife'of erinw' \ | W/e read

sept.11. tf.. ," whooppose&tbe war, were, .unam, e didate:': : fort:thein! to Uae BrUlaUJIajr.7:'f j: I I had been able,to.extinguish i-Jq tbatfeloa'* ':tbefyiewiith with yreaterlaterirst great refpecL,3. than ibe M)

mona t in praising; the chivalrous gallantry conceive how theWhigscould-be ..so.unratefulto : breast V feeling, patriotic admiration for paper ', pr PltJL.. ,
Edmund Whitney of'this then young'colbriel'and and genertli l tbeirreatYiig statesmen,whobso'manyclairna ::'*uc L aon of 9JulyJ; 6th1' 'saY': I hia: ounti"a besf lJier.7 """ 1" i ,' 'an'd"' as vspecimeB of'the *which, t
while'the Mlf publicans," 'who'''made i and ; for1 tbe United States & i find:a place! w, its colUmns. ;ye pub| hatbefollowing :
tBeir- The question
.io and legally qualified asJteassurcr upon support, as 1 primary '"Ca'n'anr: child under en re cta'read 1 vh4we commend
'tealfireeater. ; ',' the wpeciallJijWthe
.. uml tor sustained said war,regarded him ss la msitts foi-ourse1vesi&
.Ipedor f ,I >er toiasiovt,Iall, of th maud nominate a in Ibis election, ''above -conclusive! "appeal without :
Daral ,Conntj-, ....General,Seottpwwdli6({ The like'ZaeharT Theirpapers electoral eontestjOf.this week,itjhe national' .th cocsideritiOnQtOtiT. zbolcVpop1ilaOnIt :
Taylor. that Gen if
May be !nmcl.when his cN'are desired. onl asKrtioa would! .not hT bee q a.*,?* !n pitriot were.filled.with'hO the cruel man- sanction and inviolable.establishmentof. the coming to the conclusion ; Scott, uen&'tous:lat hepcr t4es" LPS .
': inquiry at the Republican oce.\ and '1815when 'something es : trade 'For_though ho country I Jected \\'in; make: tinostvwisey",safe,and view,of.theiitject, u assiajilConrsc fJ 9. ,
.J-eIO tua. -__ 1812,1813.1814.; per in which the".wbigs treated, their states' ; principle*of. free : i4ntl statesmanlike President. : ff .:" R. _.Vr '"pie&>y". feWjjHimCatholic au: oibs I
: harder than words was very freflient interested ft the.:adoption I e< :
which is
.theyeharKathem'tobegoitty more '
)and.th: :. ipiustice of'i. 'of be wanted tliJlpr ;
men < more :
Bat'lbonld anything 0 Englaflarlittfelxjraorulnary jsbyitccnstoa
BOSTON OUNBY, Anjerica! omur than the 4rner.; question If. I
;, ; penalty I for'slandering: ; They 'cbtil4iarcelyfindliiapsttong exteritiott'.of:rthoserprinciples I ,convince1: "'Iitd 'peopl;* ihey jhave."Tathe" ih
..COITON..FACTORS military or';.naval. AM, t/Genera.tScott, enongn1o'tx- can Union, the.fight baitheW.bcee; car.!'fb- work the'follow ri thru- ,. ,. t rJ
.7.J. A.N D. -1' were*coward the war oi ,1812, be. must nected abhorrence of'thejconidactptitbe the arpwed opinions of..theExecatiYeGoveramentt sante historical the Uutoa which.ex.. Iades, ,
MRLIconhsiog'JlBJ1CS.I.JrTS. have'o'tttgrbwn' 'the Infirmtty afterwardst for press their and.filledthe: ai ried'poiiainst Mr. 'Finmp.re'smessaget'and ling passage of'private,history::BOS K: apjcatopc!- office.,:;,should' ,furni- .+J:i., j,

Corner Bat; and Jefferson,Streets,. be certainly!! did'notr nn awafl'infeFlorida, with the sound"Whig of party their;:anathemas, againstwhat : ; iMr COTWil'f-'YeoTt3l iTe ,u".,'AKECpQWr.br" ScoTrnjurD.THxPicx; ,id tI'J. ,i !"Pic''H eaC1'1 J- .

SAVANNAH-, OA. and gave himself numerous opportunities the Philabelphia' Slaughter eontinaed K>.rvowiProteetioftiat;I doctfne WCXETS.-lonjfjafter the foregoing,pccnftferieei'General 1tt'V. 'f' ?, v.4 "J.J"
.' oKIOHM' H.: Gnn. for'smeJlutjc powder iB.Mexko.! Apd9General Hopie.they'termed''. ** '** w fi .; lj.t. i'f wortbylo>bfc.with jord Gjasby",poIiUcai Scott; 'in traveHjn by steamboat ,'' y. fb. 1a" .! *.P* 1.'. V,

October a,185L_ p >U.; Scott did,rI&O /dare,>olook; General How 'comes It 'thatt'tre Jhare-noi'soeheharges.'oow. economy and Mr. f G. F.iYoungfi!, .Btat'fes; ?from Albany to':'New, Ybrr:bad1 y-P' .. the.eve oy'rciduii&ek;,

E. M., MOORE, ,& -CO., Jacksoniat&t cjtK He looked't 'tiatte : rung.intd our earby.tbemJr- and the country has onfy escapea(.the-pocket!"PIeked"'of' jf'parse.'containing ei&ht tiontpoliticinsandtremejy atyn.L.ktoi&Z,

'GENERAL: He of TertrrozJ'aid CoBtrerasand'Cbatnbn There is a'cauee/or jt, and iherebj.banes.a imposition; of more restrictive iatfesby1 the hundred dollars in gold.-;; 'OnarritingaNewYorkthe eptnd-wtbJathq1.ce 44L&dSM

omasms .HESOSAHTS AND :w Cerro Gordox4: -Mol nodel! e. There'is now slaughter'bouse which fact,that_thepreswtiAmerieaiuGtivernmentquestionsjnthe General.!advertised;K .|of*.} toeaj.sa s. sqathtlAi: ,-

.', i--. ., F ACTORSt Rey and.wuidry.othtf"pacefnoipnlyji| !n bels'tThCir1irtvY: Le 'Jt i ::jra iti of 'yo ei ; pois ue4.. inajoity.orj th.e His moneyvwasfsentbackito: : ,. himby.tbe, oXtber 001* ipeocrgibJ. hQltW j"ft
14 the mouth &nd1nps and v bor* House.of.jaepresentotives.TtitrhmpkoflJu HEAD THrXfb; _tan crrTwrrita, EESPECTm. nk-J1Ting.ialb lDtCb
'ri. ( etW newW&reIaoue.f .. the e.hat ( ; Cass,BcacJP.wa-od Houston'HI the .
.- mark e .! JlOJitoJ'ms.J Ppintssl ald, J1
!bt.&t'Wt.8aN "Ga. featheitf snake Wm'consplcopus ,Be rFr&uklin Pierce' .isalanehter.bouse Undidate-of t the ASSOaAKCX'THAT
. -.Lr.. '. .. most bafe'looked at eome.rist. A coward' Tors! ,therein .candidate.. He never woul4: croiii/i ,iir6urhtforwantby the"men' of would hare touched UeGeneral'purse: -if I sympatby wb's, idI.t b"'l aJ-"P- .
'MMootx; !1l:x&iOe& who Wake5.lhis rf.uer bad knowa his person*, '- i t-i three yeari and .months pi vio *,*e Mrwj
: a.J85L I 1.' _tL FbawVcharge :. Thelifter. _thing. ___'__, aI have bee, nominate. >. aithe. Baltimore, Con- _.! the SoatbV will,-Mt!rai frob iU, they., pnce'jnif ..tJat ftIt"'UOIlj
at this time.ol Zy&rC iyaing'of "- ition'- riot slaughtered- Cass-; -BuctioostonfiandCUkdeed -aDt the asundanevfif'Liberal opnuwaa*piyna? These. stories, jari at:Bllj ereaUttbetler ,
I .T- qp l !.tJUB: H1; : sbouMi>ert -year miserable l and. $ bri\114 pr ". "! sido4 ia6-.iti.
; themselves.- every'other man in the :pUand\ U tJ rt Derby Jje.dftpose4 worth.te'linG.th!' f puerile Out
.eM ..c..,.,.. .a A lo cUt ir.1d fDibiatoryJ'bt Mar- .of,sufficient prominence to be thought I |o take the'm rca .t bc: ..I.I Pierce g ym$.,* boy sound !.(, 'JP ltuIaJ.ipo.tJlM
f .. ; .- 8.V.A1J..OEOBOU..... ahal! Turene. -0't674 he marcijed into.thatP fit party, Uow gbosfa elwe have1ittI d lO t lIt tkOVtitWi11'UI1 i a cent to brtf a.stick. of''candy.'t *.' w' \-:' : .J fottw n a-sL *g4 Itbe
,a1Z5treeC.: foUbeiPresjdency . '.y..e,for Jrish, J
the !
J Ni.l18. :. or-W ste;' flflflJ1b a'ca1I.cI 'l'f.t.fflI"b remove the latt-illniions of 'protect zJi ; r. r. 1ti L
, ,will hereatter stalk ,> $"
--- J.\j O\ PGl4tia4tithecJ fr1heDo.tel: b.fI4tftiDe 1 Baltimore tire (roJQ!.b!JPliQ4.'J:j1thije'eCts: i .: Atthe'Whi ratificatioif raetUng'itPiUsborp y4sb-iCbJbeFuL k..iOojuwi
t Strict atUnUcn'd1h i1ento the that Lbcbfoco laughter set, .fystem .: QiW4'; QCt l"
. t..,or other pro4aIOt! 1 and liberal adranoes nadwben .E1edo DCtL J't 1."J.iCCIJ1. How tnanybf tieD'wUf fiwaf the -risUms and on. this point, ve tale Gen.a .!wrfIQ', 'Pa; on l Pda.evening!weekV _poakq ,oHea& "eIadD_

J'- dedrcdT ."- bD.P.ILLOUD.. inand f.hia king, that.bigoted', debaaehwl, of 'thsi.IfWIrpDlltrS,4,j makeIccclrt4 air vreatntqtivef. tk:opz.umu y. ,U l1l"tdt. lIr.tiRrb.J three. soldiers',.tvn 'of; hcan"'T'Jjtenocnt' .l.ei Jfot1_.d.wi.Glf; .
JOHN.w.e '
I If. JuigXLV:. iti caIiia8t.
iboronghly-ftelfiah in'
\': tyrant foS thiflgT52iUd4 "I'ad'seedththGei. Scott Mexipmade ,:
['" Jan.22.185r lj. -committed horrible devaThE1Cd1Oc ; Ibeat ,, ; ," ( k w.A .; 11' :aidJaTOweU their : ,taLof Ibe.j htriretI&IQ
-t.- efcellent speeches .
. '-- .'o"'J 4Vfzv1TI71l '..v1KiItjti'6 )*stnetb.L-pa.
heholdibg-1irbaa'i.bY. CUt1eu ..1't1 it 14 ChU..j1 Cl. \ .-(411fl isc'yyoer
: a,.) : "q lr. :. Palatine / MzxBIpx MLD18O143DiiM5' J 1iI.'t" (431IM iWt determination to rote forthettold tOmthiuifei4 nave denoaaced the pr&ctit olrtJa.J *
: i1- J. u"-
Wfttcbmaker' and;JewellerP ,-. MaJd1emtwoircileL, : .* 4 5 t csityh into iendWcTWR CA35tT..ThO g death; 4 .ar, CUT JOi.ij; ,a'J:1 o_ ,. ",d !!!iatlAcatidD meetiAb"V'h' !N..Y tLi.e.Q J&4c rtTI1..1II4
... ALCSONYLILE. -fa. .q .,' "fC 't'>..engivvnnectberthewJin' ( V'iB Br wft'orJhe'N 7.-Ul. *e-4t'CUMf't' LI"'Y'f.f *
fr'LLf- gwue 'The1 French !eaYes I vII l );iJS .&K mK} Jfll ta <
- .,'WeeI& Tu7form Mpa\li'tb icH tog a l1 i that te BtTeH foiigMT at-tbtweotyUlrottsand HdDPiIk, B1JI ': Ir} mA W icl'&b Qve4VmVMexco) ; t.Jl t J *. I'_ .
ft has take*UMfbopMoeoBjfedbr' .$ ftr2 A d 11I" bin6tbl"l0Jll QncT' 4DiJM&b $ "... Ml
this Jneni $ :
)5eed Jtf.1cM SttWfattM&mVgdS&at chief iwhbalcmacou &led CtrjIiV
.Jl *
. ecW Gra wber. s 4) tbiCatk4o .f"t 'JObh&aIeaI1.
b' oori
e. 1'= m xetvte afl : Io bI4- 4S airaiJatIt: !t iItQil.; Crqmw.u.qJ oLtheI ; <** *<>**> rr *ozel1ente&unbbtbii: .1 |ate Scott demuitaion io .' -iGtt. 4..l:: ::;. : :i '. ',J ;..$;':: sill ', "}.. J
&all ._ 1nnef..: n..1.ofV.Amn "" of.M&rWJ1YI1ij.d UVinip tn.' enioyment .,. lfe1d b1: d i idi tonporl -
: "S t au.'rt :..1. .oIi Ut IT.1 :_, : ; I rot' ena" crth i DeMegIbo :1IoIN.::' .uriosaall r&tUft. eoan o ntyl thSkndbSptVtb* a My ieattir..said_1 electioni il3ance par Ns.i14afuise -
... ", '1 -.... Ii T : r.pCIt b.now'' twb&it'f tli r, azolysu i tbt t"ic1AiIY'll7tlre'tBt"'aW'Mt *.Democrat*Ja ,mecosting a tardy;wag ojt4eetioo.dy,i bi&booktWt JeItl.t
:: .-I. ; .' 'JeraIIrT.. *i w tbexe.,*tv&iMatoxi J ; .'? '
." : .t :-r .. 04 ,p. iiD mr.Q MMpz.oaa4rmMstation "l'm eriladto see you t : :&;tDUaa4m.imIl--5t .
, -. 4ut dr'u 3xIswthsaa d'e -.f e1
''. 'w '* eem- b fi1le4 OldiBtttleir whO,w'lI.1"1'e. /ii." Catholic from the exercise of'tar c
"i- i 1ir : >..r"tc; a vatlo vould MTt be ju jbe iMbp cahiQe' ofthirt7tbree have 6i forgotten 'tho peitSeottjtothe IUYlcei OI Too needn't be, was the' wag's response,I other ,
the eax1r V and
: age voted" 'rigbtsAtuerican England
would be pbkt-bf AttoraeyGenerslat "I hare ;
f tbem and' t
.A T 1 ?zzi'v'ii, A T thingS for: eilber V
!daflMi Tureen.. Wai I oa''t.
THIS, OFFICE._ quite u good for cur
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,::*i.":';&T J'" with all her depravity and persecuting pro- shed on'the scaffold and on the fields of bat- The Proof TMckena- Chester:Democrat, as. to leave:the.latter 'fhIi. : "vote of John:"P. Halt. Aside, the Seward faction, and_ the especial IUp'

sj'"f-j-: yensity, baa none worse against us.V'.j tie. There are thousands of Cubans banished -, p> Jb..u 1 oufttring color of probability. 4) wever, from the 1at vjerit! :of 'the porters of Mr. FILIMOB The Sewarditesy
di. But you will ask what has Franklin now, and fugitives in strange countries, l' published.. the articles from the In- i declarations slaK in return
-- t\ i Mr. Ayer also says that)>e A wyj&e. reports b and Democratic on sought ,the nominatlan of a man
n5jt: Pierce to do with that for it is to that for no other cause thairtbe.jdeas.. those of ri.t ;COneofd mwI m P- *"* rv t"t for the,next
:. .' / .t 'Ie" 'copiedv into the Repv tn wben! e rli; th? mannertof, adoptoaof the re : Presidency not so nyich for g
-4f I comint. that have in their
; point am I' answer, personally, Liberty tbef implanted .
: : fpemocra
s birindtthManbater :
:>: much Rich ani i firU'appearBd; : "ana conversed In pgajdj! 14 f ecti4 p1atf&rnf Chi two.late Baltimore! reversal, of Mr. FILLMORK'S policy as fore
".b perhaps bot but socially and politically hearts as true patriots.\ ; :|,oor, Urge !bhed jn rSim t \ (both j;Pemocratic .,, f i ?
"i\: as the representative of a persecuting and small tom anjj-children'old: ,k '4ritb evera1 pe }1J& ttr ,{ oentionEkorth7of] jco eejal'note' th displacement himself. They fixed
fortn flui rT.T7' -
:-!.. and intolerant State, a great deal. I frank- men, all entertain the samY principles.' prints;1"eetting. the antl-elavery Pierce1%JPVw"d all agreed in'S}rpnounclDg- e silence of-.the.. Elector.on thateablect. be-. their preference upon. Gen. Stone They

':'.*', .* ly acquit Mr. Pierce of all censure on the Many of the Cubans have fled to the United' ments uttered by.Cen PIERCE itif-a: speech I'a perversion and.almost an'entire fabrication g much more"significant, than* anj" effort at' did this however, because;.they knew-bis
.Oc; \. fecund of sanctioning or sustaining the law Statts and armed and well prepared ezpeditionsjo -i delivered at New Boston in NeW. Hamp-I I gross
for the Island and from begining to end. Both could hare been. ,In theWhig strength, and because without pitching
f.::">r, complained of, and,give. him full Ucredit t [ to strugglein open
.*'3?*:':* liberality on the subject in Euestion. "ut this country'to reach'independence'of.the, J rr.. } .}will.,be *r were"evidentljTWittthbfthe* amecdndividnal en iOIl.tbe. *"Platlonn"-built before a:a.tronghh rtl&wbole-peap1ejb.y,

:'V- that is not thtrueiMa-It.a one between unjust Metropolitan. All. the: authorities! ,eminberdihat. accordingtclis reporton jtbejr doae eimUar.ity. nominee,: chosen in'the Democratic, could '
-i'" ri i V % i -T ,-which account for ..,'jrajs'. : notj ,gc1eiIqtj fcejj,,Thej rfw ; the State of New Hampshire and four millions are openly to the views'of the Cubans this occasion Gen.: pier "remarked, in: r
4i opposed selected before tbe
*i $ .".. It will appear.thei! )more.jBtrange e nominee was (formula .with_no_expectation that) he uvula favor
lira J3 ;. of American citizen*,whom she degrades :but these, notwithstanding the innumerable : r reference: a 'ditiuTihIr'i'l: l ti ary
.:!.",' >",> 'S aUempls: tc. degrade, below all other classes, daily sacrifices and notwithstanding soWlePwhQ'wM'referred-t6} >af the 11 misrepresentations of Gen7; Pierce's U1 r f principles was promulged. Neither was Abolition icJieniw, because they ineflrrbijr '

/; '.&':*?* because of their religion. Why dp J say i the rigor of arbitrary J laws that they ,' meeting were t e tOpiC of 'comment at..tlietme" !;is last result accomplished, without strongymptoms whole,career utterly forbad.i iiii li44

fej t. that the issue lies between tbat State and the bav ;haTe conspired, and wilfru1ong'a3heybaveSpanishGoVerflmeflt and.who:wassaid to be;,a ..thorough..At- w r .a '{six months ago)and that no'pub of dissatisfaction. upon the part,of tatipa b ut.seekinJo defeat oneaujoanapy

"::" r'Ct.1haUc odof1h1. eopntryfi Because that i in Cuba... wood man. ? (Freesoiler., ., y in th _
"f b ft < t listed correction should be;.made unlllGen! i who were .compiled to-acquiesce rncpIejbeyengLioi4! !
:" il5 State January. last, in her sovereign ca- The of'Liberty is sounded and the He "now the for : j'HJUL.
"> : was' worse. that"P ie'is a:"ca .iaa "'for 'the*Presidency.ilJ .- The record. of.. thr. Convention. shows ) .They.knew, .SCOTT-'baijroo
.j *V- paeity;, in'convehjlon, pit Mr. Pierce. for- voice resounds from Point San 'Antonio to i *"" i Ij A1* : '" '. : .Jl.n.:4
-".. the Point Maisi The Wood of brethren .The General then' proceeded to p ik'oi his. -l* ''LX:3-3S, *es'*tKi): one of its. most "ear est discussions tional fame aM tbey.were determined
< \rmrd.ius herrepresentativeand, choice for : our father and mothers* riding horseback orer rough ,,, Jz4pna .r" .. I Irose "N .. to be
t1: the>Chief Magistracy ftheUnion ; and in has stained the soil of onr country and this roads; and of the'great improvements that 'have Democrat, the NatilJnol "tri .n&I., -z14a upon tire timfoaSoptmgtht! platform. ; w iseintbeiicboice.eringlaurelswereon, .' ,Tbej(knew.that fl s-

-lf.":.; so doing appealed facts i .'those whom, she blood' shall be the standard of vengeance, ,, been made within a few.years; .Lh,. .' h.t to'provflGen::! ; ; ree' uch men' -'-Dobbin,'of North -.-.Carolina t ;l ,the brow o&OTr_
? :. degrades unworthy holding office \vhhirtliF Nothing can prevent the revolution of Cuba.. Htnftmd'9. tM.C oll *} the Country, \ f: : ;
{j and in a pious 'tr ill, of thought recognized the 1 thth' SlaVery I n.I Nabers, of Texas,'and Wjse irgi- and! .'that hem&can'peptewbenoi.
J ?f fcer limits', -even the most menial-to indorse Destiny is infallible. Neither the) scaffolds HIGHER c- ubryie Lt t 9Pt, | ? :
: p*".;, by'their-votes,j lIoch', overelgt' "recommendan'on. nor the prisons, banishqients, confiscations ttitutiont.tAW'ani4'th4tpowC'4bVeaU Hit position here toot touneywrnxat-, forgettingit thafthviIe1bolJon! ; ,tJ', t i? ia, and Robinson;of Indiana, asked; (in vain the opportunity,offered,;would nbtfefase.to.;;'j

. .:: $ '.;. .' .The Baltimore Convention have resT i of property,.nor(Concessions, nor rewards, that the Jtev. Dlr.Fott formerly clereymanotthittown : are as much entitled to believe in one ins this measure te maSe.'to'p'rece'd'e tie! seection t wine theta'.w itbtheEmbl, Iinor' tbt'higb *

;:;: y '*. ponded to her call, and it will be seen wbeth. I nor crosses,'I nothing absolutely (nothing,: "FANATICAL"could but iutentioit TO SATISFY at SUFFICIENTLY THE. ..tor1JLTIAAIOLITIONIST. as".another1'The, ie'iOrtS'of t the;. l of th''nominee;they Were overruled civic Btation within their gifu "itel Jbe" .._;.,
'. er the Catholic body of the conntry will hone i can'coutain it!1.V e, must either fight or ** :
. 't'',.:>"t)J or her also and add by their act a degree of; submit. The triumph is .urs. Rememberthe NeW Hampsbire i> :*apersure: nbt i ii so,-- similar: !''. y the potent sway t'Sovlfi sophistry. p4| remember,that the':cry of. rbpfee.whcrceaselessly :
; t; :
.; .;j!i:1. Mil-abasement to this standing insult of New words of- apoleol1 when Jie struggled .Aftera. .:. reference,. .. th' his .bieremnts.in, to amnto.eidencetIt, ? Vtbey; were* C 'r (*e I "If the Democrat* thall, xf nominate"i" : 'candi-* 4 call him the "Seward candidates ,*',

-i Hampshire for which I am not prepared. to with you-Spaniards.-"The people are invincible Mexico1'S' j by the same individual.1?. One omits ate witfuntt firtt..laying- down'hth, princi- bQ,tb .note, of alarm that be)may,Be tb et'
.:;-1- liYI them Credit. :whenthey. say 'NO' We wish in- The speaker now took up tYke tubject. of Slavery. '( Mr
tbe'expressibn ,* .J.TBIN : the Fugitive spoke ; Robinson.Vtt tl will be ute candidate. WiKraiB .
;h' 4 Yon have known ; partialitie dependence death. The Spaniard, domination He taid it was the greatest trouble of the country strong SCOTT'wHIirepel .

"*,!*. ---It(:' long since, and that my this political difficulty1: would by all means without considering thi and himself vat,."HE to regarded'NEVER1 by 'SAW tVaihington.A HUMANBEllfG At far Slave'la'w,1 ,:in'answer.'j to Mr. Foss's- :J'quesr i terly and irretrievably disgraced' and. defeated .the contact of Abolitionists! and 1)Isu-

!. not haTe'oecured had different man been evil consequences of imprudent temerity, and I IN. BONDAGE;.;;WITHOUT. FEEt: tion. S : i" the ensuing .contest, and 'they deserve to nionists as f'& the lion- h ieS'the dew-drops

.--4. elected in the place.of Mr. Pierce'by the without justice or reason v trw HIS HEART REVOLT AT IT. SLAVERY .-. Air. Campbell the other witnessCSatis II" This they have done-this,."disgrace", from his Diane)' }Seward may'grvo'him bisoTesusoia
JBaltlmore Cotircntion bat I have This is.the situation the the IS CONTRARY. .THE CONSTITU.TION"t *
: : detiintn- country < '
i ed,' as a citizen of these United state, not to accession of General Canedo.. _Tf he is wis<: ) tome ntcii." -*

.. t either bv and prudent he will know the justice of our language and promi8el"to! ,bo; heard > : *- i Abolitionists will .
,,4 nstain, my vote or influence any : 'Tbe' in; the Manchester. Democrat give Pincc,theirs. ;But,
t, ?: man,'Whie or Democrat. put forward by : cause, audit he is stupid Chief-Magistrate report again, and-speedily! in reference! theJ After disposing ;of/lhe( ,. ':'platfonnB," the once in the Presidential: ch irVin)
" ; that State for public favors so long as she he will commit the same errors as his predecesfors .: further procee4s upon the same subject: Boston .meeting.! Doubtless 'the Elector passed on to review the ScoTiwiU'htbe 'mo'c"keep'S W ni
' 4r4; holds that infamous penal code on her sta aid he will.only hasten the ruin .0 r Here Mr. Foss Rid;that; without interrupting andvitl' 7' t at.
r4.1.t.ta'.boob.. The alternative between non- all Spanish power and authority in Cuba the speaker. be wished to make an inquiry "If demands further .investigation. receive of the two, candidates for the firs) bayr He will leep out of office the.vile'fac- *

\ action and positive opposition to Mr. Pierce1 : and posterity will include him in the num inDo to particular the_present.different law,1";.wh1.taa.it, ;necessary it at the harida of,.all parties' i particularly within the gift of the peoplFrank tionists that MH.LARD FU-LMOR turned. o tHe

I; :.:': claims for election is not of our choosing her of the Tacons, Donnells and Conchas General pass I'. replied that'the old law could not l at the South., 2 u n Pierce, and Gen. Scott.. ,As Gen. Scott will' .tuba. "out. *;more.,, if mure, *!there* be in

141. but circumstances anticipated so soon We shall see. be executed because,. Its execution depended on Col. 8andemoa' Sp ceh. no legislative career-and no military office after his, accession-/0 .who.' have'the te-
' :; the State Court He also said something which
4 ; by tbe sovereign of that State have
: -
$1. forced : was not fully understood about the law :of 1793 that tbe Elector seemed desirous of re merity.toset'YbVConstitution': defiance.,
reluctantly upon us. The "effort othe'Wbig Elector' for
baaed partly on the law.
I as common
: .1,, If you think that there is a difference between FL UBIllA BEPllBLICAI. He was then asked "Was either the law of Eastern'District at the Democratic 'meitin 10-his.being "led on by Seward" Mark! .
.i- u* the moral depravity of Lord John J 93, or the present law,,founded in any degree about'the sum total of .objection to .
:. ,the common lawl" here the 27th tilL, to give S S ,
! 'fb 'Russeirs to degrade the Catholics of upon on appears '
attempt into-a and the auditory were Cavored'with | Corrtapoad.hc..rth.. .
Gen. Pierce. can't UerbUcaa.Sr.AuousnNE
'Ii-f. Ireland by his late penal rode and that of a JACKSONVILLE: the ." go, disquisition. as much dissatisfaction to his political,opponents ,-
tfpon common the record"to show Mr. Pierce's soundness
:'. t; -similar penal code engrafted upon)' the constitution : The inquiry was then made.' "Do you regard as it:affords gratification to his friends.Col. July 31.lR
c. of a sovereign State of this Union, I do the features of the Fugitive Slave law as consistent bad i the question of receiving abolition_ peti
' -. A oot The act is the same: the object.acted Thursday, August 5, 1852. with common law SANDERSON but a few We shall not question the accuracy On Thursday last the citizens of St. Augustine ..
, Gen. Pierce.-' IVeU, if I mutt antuier, JVo 7 from tedious journey to Tallahassee, having :
is identical and' the end in view in a were addressedin'thecourt
: upon the votes for Mr. Pierce House
'y"i! : do not. lhave been atked if liked! lids Fugitive : quoted. given f
, t: both cases is the political and religious degra. Whig National Nominations. Slate law. [aJUIJ'tTttl, No. I HAVE A MOST REVOLTING i just.been prevailed upon" to accept mainly, if we recollect aright: from.the jour by Judge 'Broome, the .Locofoco t candidatefor
:.4..,1'-. dation of tbe Catholic. CATBOLICV't .- FEELING AT.THE GIVING TO OP A SLAVE appointment,of Elector' ,. and .ventured tc Governor and McQueen ,
of House of, by Mcintosh
5- I FOR PRESIDENT: THB FuaiTivE SLAVE LAW is OPPOSED 'TO nuMAKITT. the ;Representatives.-
!-t: Important from Havana. [Here some one inquired. 'Is it not meet without preparation the DemocratiiEledor ; journal.viJI show that in the 24th Esq, one of the.Locbfoeo Electors and.by
: ;
"WINFIELD opposed to right 1"] Yes; it II opposed to moral for Governor
SCOTT.FOR and''candidate '
:1 Col. J. P.
right. But our fathers made the'compact and Congress Mr .Pferce. voted against'' laying Sanderson, one of the Whig'
,I':" '$. AXOTim (XV LtTTIGNjlRT MOVEMENT. we most fulfil it. I say nothing of the numanity and practiced as, they were by earl jefort th'e table motion to petition Electors. .,The dis:nssion' was opened by
;'t { Tbe New York Courier states that notwithstanding VICE PRESIDENT : of it-nothing.of the right of It.. i in the Even under this disadvantage receive_ a
f : their and the campaign. Gloucester, New Jerseypraying for Judge Broome, whose speech was almost.
.;IS r- generally entertained own, that tbe fate of the WM. A. GBAHiM.FOR This is the version given by' the correspondent Col. 'S. well sustained i himself an 'abolition pf slavery in: the District ,of entirely.made up of endeavors to uphold the

;.. : Lopez expedition bad suppressed a revolutionary I : of .the Manchester paper: The tbe cause be espoused. Our neighbor Columbia;, On this:vote'the barren resolves of the Baltimore Locofoco
& : t. tendancy, and that the Cuban revolution Concord Democrat gives the following! ver the Elector chosen was not happy selection ; yeas were 25j; Convention in relation
. to issues
nays 20- the ,Southern Senators ; past and
,: was a mere piratical foray, having no sion of the thi Voting i
.language the Whigs: We fear that by
',1... real origin among the residents of the Island,' J F. SANDERSON, of_Duval_Co ,, by the .affirmative,,.'i including Mr. .King, the I obsolete theories "generalities of which
.4 "If I mutt antwer the question, 1 No, / do are'1elt
bis to
the of
tay time force haye
h: they now have reason to doubt this view of r T. RANDALL of.Leon Co. not..J have been asked if J liked thu Fugitive Slave arguments nominee for Vice President-Franklin in tb ni'nothing of hope or promise ,
!Ilt! the It then adJs wards the close, of: th'an.v. ,,lie wi
,' case. : t42w..Janwred Nol LOATHED IT. I HAVE : ; Piercenay. At the bathe session resolu -tbeir declarations warring directly
" : For some time back: we have had it intimated J. J FINLEY, of Jackson Co.. A MOST REVOLTING FEELING AT THE thing'else but "a: happy selection" against
.t. to us that a laid and well GIVING UP OF A SLAVE-THE LAW IS prove any were presented 'from'. the. General. As. the 'prosperity t of .the country. In

:.:,1\ : conspiracy existed deep in the heart organized of the! FOR CONGRESS." i OPPOSED Here Mr. Foas TO HUMAN inquired,IT."If Y.it"was not opposed to the other instances party.mentioned We'jdo not th of Verm6n>'pr-testi g' gaTh'I, I this particular Judge Broome's defence pf the

,:.,.1. Island, in which not only nearly the whole to right,as well as humanity General Pierce. member, tbe, s by' ation of.Texas, the admission of,any Locofoco.'.resolves. were. in. sad contrast with
;; : Creole population, but many of the Creole EDWARD C., CABELL.FOR replied: "Yea; it is opposed to moral right.** Newt in which JdgeBwonedhnYcO!! into th! *Union whose constitution tol 1- the basis'of t the Whig" policy;'aV adopted by
The above the
is substance of General Pierce's
officials were implicated. We discredited its delivery. '
the GOVERNOR. remark upon the Fugitive Slave law. 'The quotation rection oi the Elector's speech during ra ,s Suiestic slavery, and declaring 'th it tbe Whig Convention policy which manfully -
Ej. rumor as an emanation from tbe Junto
; marks include the very language used by The Judge had the Colonel **-at hi!
: which has been accused oC forging the in- GEORGE T. WARD. the General, as taken down at the time it was ut- 3lress possesses. tbe constitutional! ,power meets tbe exigencies of the present

t._..._...: .amatory' .n_ _pronnnciamentoes. '. last.summer. t tered. I elbow"and it'is trjie clung very abolish slavery in tbe District of Colum! and futute,'and claims for the Constitution
r' .DIU we no vr nave 14 rcpeaieu lu us in a new :; to.bis positions when attempts were made and in tbe of the , .i It would be more.amusing than otherwiseto ta 'the territories of the Unitedtates. support people popular
: and extraordinary A Cuban merchant &"A temporary abatement of forcein We think .will be
our correct Ainu we
' : y- with witness Washington Union's display and to prohibit the .slave trade interests the most beneficent exercise of the
a gentleman whom we well : '
are acquainted the '
printing Office, ned unforeseen andidate.
by the :Democratic
r:S.llI and i in whom we have the fullest of. wrath .at the developement made by the to show that ) the several States tbe Union. A powers,9f'the Government3 :

t I :I"... confidence, and who is not ostensibly impli- circumstances, compels as to postpone Republic in copying these reports from the Governor occasionanftraTe15 .over the record tioD was made to receive these, which -3 the'subject fc4 ol.TnrernarJmproy mints;
: cated in the till next week a more full report with .which of the record in his efforts ti
conspiracy, arrived here and out
on the
' JJrooroe took ultra
L papers named. It returned nothing at first it wasmovcdto lay on the table.- Judge most ,ground,
Thursday in the Cherokee .ftom Havana we are furnished of the late political discussion :
"'if' ; and has given us a copy of a journal published in St. Augustine the of ; but bard words-calling tbe' papers from; maintain erroneous positions. 'e'a. this last motion the Southern'Senators denying th'e authority of. the General Government -
-;, t. in Havani by a IIf'cret Junta at the town held in;this a which the reports were copied abolition Judge Broome's Canvass. ted in the a1 mafiveand Franklin Pierce to...carry on that system. In this

. risk of thrir lives for the purpose of in11.t meeting place on Monday I prints of the vilest stamp1'-as if such ,:,- the negative I .. respect he has placed himself in opposition
t last
and "
forming the of the night ; several articles. We. bad not time' for Ia
conspirators of our
lot"... 1ne.v1u Tbe p,._ _r _progress__, ._. prints would put their own sentiments into The votes quoted by";tbe Elector show a to the Government under all administrations

".) which can be keen in our editorial room, is A painful bereavement which we have I the mouth of a Hunker," if b had neve: paper such eomDents.s.migbt besuggeste rent course by Mr.:Pierce ;,but jft: !ie -Jeft rson's MadisoaX Jacksotfs, .as.well

. .' the first number the Jour al. It is printed experienced is announced in ourobituary co 80 expressed himself. .The Union raves by the remar l. of the speakers who addressed exhibit-'him at'certain times for, and as others-an'l'for'such sweeping declarations -.

ti." the appearance on one side of of having the paper passed only and has lumn-or.e which for the time almost unnerves calling these, New Hampshire "allies" the the meeting held here on y s ye : other times against, the reception'of l t ti.: egainst al.such works as the J deepening -
through- week in fulfilment
I :;. mat number of bands. We are informed us for the stirring duties! devolving onus 11 worst jackalls of the party jackalls" and appointment byJud ; petitions itwill not present a novelty and improving of Harbors, and,Riven ,

t flat it is tbe only copy thut has ever reached at tbe outset of, a political campaign.- in fine declares the words attributed to Gen. Broome. W partly do so now, in tbe course Democratic candidates, building of canab and railroads he.deserves

p,"1.-1 4; he United States and this being the case we requires a struggle to display any semblanceof : Pierce to be "false-false.in general-false upon'memory for the (points advanced c. Mr, Cass,(i& 'known to'have'at'one'time the condemnation ''of' very citizen" oi Florida .

translate two articles fibm it to show the in detail," &c. This is about all ihe that occasion.The.Democratic.Elector.' .- lm4 himself'in favor of the'Wilinot t' for there is Siateia the Union in
."d. spirit of the people of Cuba. energy or spirit. Our engrossing duties Union '" '" f. : Pro. ; no .
.5 ... ; Our informant says that the paper will will at least distract the mind from rnournficoiitemplatioi could bring to bear in defence,'upon'.its eye .for the ; thoisgh subsequently>his ; opinion on which such,J .uroyeIthentsire. so much

. : ., be published as regularly as the. circumstances ,,and' amid;' the din of party being first opened to the staggering disclosure District led off in a discussion.sand: comparison subject underwent "a change.'?, ; needed The fact is, t.belodge' ideas upon

: will! ,permit. Tile second number I strife ; Of course Jt to tbe of the.merits.of the platform We do tbink-the Efector the "
we shall.soon feel,that. the pall castupon is interest ofDmocracy not attempt of the street:of the Tariff and Internal Improvements -
: was in press when be left Havana It his Baltimore ''Some' '
circulated from band to hand ,is our manhood must be thrown aside. that its leaders at 'Washington by j partyrat '; a summary disposal of,thegi'avlst.charge are vague and;obsolete,and ac-

4: all classes', people and .JIQ.i, secretly important among'did should fl/to rescue !their.chief( from''the'peril ren. rks/were/advancedj: ; up6n'the:: "Tan i : t Gen. Pierce will.at i all ay I. We tagpnistical"to the welfare of this great and

& the Government consider tb..monmell.that, ."Antecedents.: which. a: few rfextiicts, tbuf.tbreat.: principles of the.\Ybig and, the .". extrava -to Mr P.'6'speech 'ztNew BOIiun';i i in I growing conntry. ,. .

: .reward of'$20,000 has been. offered for the The,JVirwj returns upon us, in ened him with and subsequently Union gance" ofthe present'Administration in G h I he expressed his LOATHING" of We will be much disappointed in the citizens -

:- tional discovery'of reward the for the printing seizure office of,impressions.and an addi! for our.having published its editor's yme cant a I -, brings certain pf s the'New Hampshire del. vernmenial'eibehdllu'res. \j t l, '- 41, compared* '> #:itl- lbewrioJDi Fugitive Slave! law. ;!.We'are, .surprised, of Duval, who ire daily witnesses of

tation of gation in Congress to'endorse the l..management of the 'Democratic so much incredulity,as.the the obstmctions
Thirty thousand copies of the first number Wbiggeryi that we once expressed character : ; mani- which"impede'tb'e commerce
-- were struck off and we have made arrange- sentimenis'sttsceptible) of an Abol&on! interpretation of .Messrs. 'Campbell! and Ayer:gentlemen; rulers a ong whomrjMr, VapliBuren .w' ; that 'W? New, Hampshire candidate 6f the,"St t, .Jobn's; ebduld' 'they/cist-.their

_- .meets to receive tbe succeeding fmmbers, and '; but'not. having the .back'files. .of .of New..Hampshire,.who are! also.made.to enumerated-with: i immense disbursements. ii uJd. in the course of bis history,' be caught v.otesjor mar. who isjlirectiy! opposed to

,. __5_ J present,Tbetollowingis their contents to bur readers... the Republican from which to quote, our appeai.\jn"printl.to bid in 'nailaininpthWn -------0 ---'.. in thgYIonaawr&cItII. (;be' seen by | napping1! with.Free-sbileral: ;;.:'Least of:.all I j their best.intrptaii in Jni? Io a translation co- --- --"-- --
;:i-:: Uurnbtr'of this, sheet: pf the- first, I temporary appeals to bur courtesyto-place tottering'c candidate;. This letters appear in an in extract similar.we;publish io that enator Borland5 we ..be surprised/.at"pu'c#;d v ICP ; Gen. Fierealsothejeople'he a man

.';;i:: TIIE'VOICE OF 'THE, CUBAN. PEOPLE.' o'ui-Jwn at bis, disposal. This.we do-as the Ynjp'i< !(psej ,of/Messrs/ At er' and a aHemp )Jarejo'.fasten ,'jfex.travagancei 'in the career of.: A ,man, hithertoun who,:during his, service.,in Congresswas; :

" ORGAN Or IXDCPJEKDENCE. we have normative for concealment of any Campbell are.cominunicated.:.,bY.14. Norris, ap l; the present: Administration .: The"Washington Union:an au- distinguished for. bis inveterate hostility -

II; Year 1852.] Llandcf Cuba June,'13\ [t\o 1. thing we -have ,ever written.! : The idea that( Harry Hibbard-' C.ItfPeaslee! ; of. tbe miihtat h'i 2-'fonnd' 'i tV.his'j been own'P. calculatfons'very Wi : ; ) orltl'.as muctij'loathed1/ pot l Itog sincVby, to 'ail ipproprlatrbns'-fpr the'fmprove-
'TO 00a izitnas.tJ& f'ever eutertained} .any}thing {like'.abolition! : New Hampshire delegation who'vouch for -. ",. ,"and" '" compelled. j
: Tbi l paper bas for its object, to represent sentiments, without, the slightest shadow thelr- wit 1-v''t_* 'it s >*one' of, .ith'em"" (Mr.. Ayer) the.floor jf the Senate.that he.had over- .law] is.,,by,Mi. Pjerce:may.fume political.act- Even ,the 'l limitedappropria; -
. t- *
.- the haViHg seaiir i' slated tbe amount for one year about three I 'v >i <;; r. f f.v
' c true opinion of the Creole Cubans-to of .foundation in':truth;. We remember, in ejeiji the'i jwbose game. ismentioned er'the dread exposure'and bring witnesses tions which'the'mafonfyorDemomticCon-. .
:; propagate the'jczble feeling' of. that |in e.Democrafr and a half'millions bf dollars.'(Tti jtal ii in the mud L 'Mr.' :!i 'in '** ,''* .
Liberty )
.; :: the political, canvass oft1' ..,.to.have 'm di ; report..aj.ap :. as, Pierce the presses votedj-and whbG&nJasn.tionedwerEopoea.
. etry.wIie people ought lobe possessed of.: peari g' on'the:_ same1:occasion ithat iMr ordinary.expenses of tba.'Whij: }governmentlast reQf Wee-soi1todinpwvithe; i. "fab '
: o/ ,
: : In it they1 will see the fight of all the a .statement GenCase's! .That/I theWhig ; : } ,by. Gen._, PrereeIs it
.' polit 31. i i it Jt P : tits .1
r e XjrSid .were a the
t. ical M'ttoATraSo1t\Jthe year upon, most anguage88Cribecf.to him Mir.
i and
doings of party"entertained.doubts of : :
the. Spanish Government, theiacityoiman ? : Frf- favrable : ; ,. notamazingtbacandidatei, .. with., such.., sen-
:t r. which 'that Government gitive slave 1 Jaw. .,es'timat e ofle .r ok'xpes4iture, 's defenders1 here ; j | ( -i- i
; seeks to hide- for self-government, the bails of.some '" may-.display much tim ntl, wBo would be bound by theif convictions -
.-: all the. acts: .of, 'injustice'despotism remarks'in which'we 'Ad vaIced 'tbe ormnori [We, should mention'hetB that.th----!-RnmJ.r' of moretha,5OO .Oq .,,:iSoj!mflchor the atIIa .'denial f;but"it'will:take something of duty -to*'veto bill of, thrt

>"i.>:.S'' tpaDn1 compatriots, Wl1lt1l'are without: -committed partiality. against It shall'our,be; tbat'Mr; c s' party,'was opt !truly the"docratie ; lice states, .that,pniCxIunining i .a vote; in:.}the contrast:''Mr; :yMcIntosh with Democratic' .e'4thfe'economy.? :x ori to_'relieve i :Nissus''of. t his,poisoned! shirt b r t r,'ai 1i "u &.he'presented any;for the suffrages -

XJ V published twice a month*Circumstances party, inasmuch. ,as it3.poiicy. was J.iY: Hampshire,Legislature,.on certain resolutions D s ; t'r'compared" -wpectiyi' i I .iThe DemocratIc,EIectorthinka 'ydn i of.Ifie. .pebple'of j 'FiondaJ/whose/ bnsi-

J*.:> .- permit, and wears able! ';p surmount,the. in-- more:directed, ,to sustain,the wealthy classes against' :slavery and .its further'ex* r H' .....1.o-,,1J the. .... ;f.l arid". '.Democratica .. _. of:Mr/ ibeneatkthaI notice of ness .hampered. "and) embarrassed07 the
i .-l, nbmerable sacrifrces we are' obliged tension into flewteril )';tJie' Conventionsion the.$VeS1IOn:of.lhComp. .demerit'' We'think,
: to anJJ than the masses, and this ; names'"of 'man./ "so too.'arid
:r attempted ( obstructions "of i
jDrurVnavigaiie. .and
dcrgofor iUt ablicatio l. per.ubaa raise' In 'this be V-- .'.t- tf' : ..rlers, ,
Without'' doubt tpok-very
!bS' as often as it is possible,it will be published; loosely) to illustrate'''by.itt"incessantagitation ; Camand4pr; ; : indignation. 'cast- a* with reference the certainly.that the existing -
:!: witboot fear' of death the slave' 'tohe'e live"and; appended "to.said. resolutions, after the;VVbfg _resolution-- upon it" t'tt.d V 'f-
or.the, e lalties"to! upon question, which ii ooutiii : ? t. evils.of which they complain.will k* .
i which we'.ar. condemned! in our: unhappy : glect' of. the .great( interestsoL.American their passage," are!>'the names"of M'Norris : faiaroreatringent: (and !''We make no attempt at k consecutive re- con aUed.LTheLcihzenadl.S r. V I'-.a Qoantiesbordering

$11 v erly.couatry.lbe We fearn01blnl friends of the It propsgatiori. of Jut white labor; ,: We) think we:;-.might ;cite the and ;Harry Hibbard.' .presiding! ':oiBcereJ rrespectiTeljrlf definite be' ,than.,11ts.h, Kt It ottldcertoin| .f, t' the"'t-arguments- j .'advanced 'by'- ,the* -, on.the lrersfSn: wannee, Oclawaha -
we are discovered J bl\\\\ 'Hoaseli JlssemDiy very objectionable;; i its ds- '
uniform of important ke .
,r1 by:anr infamous betrayer;we'shaU die!;;'but course:of the Democraticparty upon 'jthe .* ;: ;oftbatJState' clause l concluded 'merely'' toachupoffsach: points' ., and .,.St.Jebolsi iiW...never.vote; ifv
;'jt.; it willbi after having rendered important sirTice.to 1. the,Tariff in proof of this position'/ But ; apd<| the.Richmond jrAjg'adds j its where it wa/several tunesS4' .' itiJ.: Y'{. i\ 84 pccur-.tg ua.;. wjtile'vrjt' ,Pi"or B1ODtU. .. 'to ; .: .J

: 1- the.holy "cause of ,the freedom, :of the'article :I6:which' the\News' aUa (s.s belie!:that these-jesolotions/were the am. SSSasfS, i 1iacflnj1e! 'sit, ?' ;eat aIr;. ,'. i'aid"e112' t l h ( '. ;

-i'l. oba. We" only' beg of. our friends and more:a piece of Reclamation, for efectauhe communicated< to the liegislaturij'of. Virginia viz : Its adoption "t the finality;principle t We 'designedrreferring 'someTength'to': : ,.After. Jndge-Broome| '.bad pokeoj,for,, an
com triot dreufiue Industriously 'allnamberf party ana id '. 'Hillulimer.arid titjr : .. bour1begaiewiyto, Cc.dere .
-, which :timetbinanjrthng else ,/As ," ndiltalej:j : 1 : *experience, :shalt. ,dtmbnstrate'tlie 'ait( .take*- 1- 11' ft ? -J!
shall fall .
-Into their ; forpur r l y-m ;J.j i
S. for the upe'Iea'and hands bemgideterred i bad' > :fir ;:tb{ ;th'_J nOQy: f '.iJ7 flessatyof; further legislationwitbout / *1edaaased",4i> '--j the r.t'i.jt: .V' t" .Jpo.at eti'e
'. dangers which we 'are by.any reception",which'oar ) : fyVhI :a u 'i&.i'. :Et .' i .;. ,.. .subject.p llre19i1;; speech. He.was :limited ,an hour and
.: obliged to encounter,'keep ss from printing remarks recerved j'; orby any fears'of the Ayer He'refers to the speech being made t ct in' ui ntl and theTariil'thc.figures and,. ': "'A a
v dToier.a'jIjeto 'oI.T-"ll
maoy aombera we"" wish 1 and : i i1;P J ;"joop4ole r f l ,1f. .qu 100 :,
which "fatDecemSerto
\ W
diatribes'of [ New Boston i i 1 nti )
: "i! reqaired
lust be aec .anonymous newflpapep r;: corre .,'. -_, __'.I 0. fi' '_' ; Thnlls_ takenteuce In'reply would-exefid do tha jnsIt1
Ute ur boldness-our hedbylbismeans: and Imi-.; pondcnta; .such,Is,not the 'case. JY',confess paper;,report gTye: Jt' -is: ;being! ; made:pathe , coorage our sacri&c& ) ": 0'-1- bjch'was ie&
2dof)anV ryilastwhjcfi ) r guard against,'tbe evaston MnL 'iVj JV'Si -- fi'i'S .pajty \ r fu .The C -
. ; always-with! caution1, 'to admiaisttr we should be Joth tapabUsh any thing which ; .wpfcpujse.rect ,cor. of .P. .. SDaUeBaeavorlo.cpntrpvert
' the 'as-ithe-!'Maoc fhe**"i"'o''tl e -drii band'or;;thVabuseV j .Ocqmp1ete1y and fully;-riddled ,the obsogqfjuge -'
? poison to jour common enemy. He by misconstruction 'or: misrepresentation"'could eate '.Democnir.1Ctter Is .of:Judge .BrDome'sqspeculatjoWj.on

) :-will kav.trrmfcte to see:'oor !iudachy 'and ''will bettade to assume.. phasd calculated dated WM'ThlsVallurep_ f memoir ,their., -,:nn.m.M'V.i'Uii'f'uit'lff--IJiJ,. 4,1J 1..1.! :..< ..I.. ->.l(.1Pf-:> .ii".Jj.a nfl j s&. 'iubjecte' idouriext.w;'; *:\> ', -- Broom4opptt th e Internal

. to redaceiDtoasbN-tb"Wbol.' Island. toI foster ir pri r'cl ai;distinct"io\ as?to<1 d4Uwln.'Pbs1r. ) nen: '.ihfi\ evidence t&e1'.I'TUlr&l. 'rD"IITICY.tocarry OUft th1tlliirement4 : Jifi'in*' ': Improvement andj 3>riff. questions,
: \ .. :
onr little 1 ns1i
office nong
rpriitUng We
: Tho'StjoflgCandjdate;
; "fue" of the onatitQi ,. i and.abowed.that.
It i
l have BOtting; we repeat,'to'fearj;our .cause our' wbite"populationf:'r ntb t* { tmiaapprebtD.ion iucb 1. U 1 'i I ;pt 6''SM.. t, ..ii..f'. wall.lor.th Dedi6 that o."l perhaps i -v: .c. -.:: rrrr- fi." .rT" '.5' A. "' O<.i.l thera'wa bn&i'J IittIeiLsny f- ,".t1,
is just,vacndaad ''We Vv iP makes mere jcenerali deniaL racy lbeWCoiiuj.t'r' The of : mencatu. lu 'Hd' .tr ..UII.'t *
I noble. expect of"our :alone mi&.bt-- oromnt 0&._ to ; and ame < tn '' ) rt--t I partisaB.opppnentoj .. PtpSc9TTmn IDes '
'r thre 'pfudeoeeitourafec4utionand' ; bate Hkwtipji.A .abjecipfib: r.nainre' ; ,-referred- to.-- specification only'inone point i l-tbe'charge) tiptt.p-it J-"H-jvt pU record"*i1oll"oth- .>JCv( > -' >r 'South; uniformly designate hina.i as'-tha they:were:Vpppose4 to the great.interests ol

tfoD 01:the"TCSpidoa7'person cowardice of bur betrayers.;' ;ret uJ I ,,We have BoJaitbirf; >itbtfprincjpleVttd'are H.' MyW t f}"'.4f1 S'Lj' -7 *** "f *. !Si> .resoIotioajfbcfr klo'w&k,4 the.lAt'ryje.aolvsc w nl.candidate1'; : 'Wh71efIit' AVhy. 91 t govruitan ,Q.ttr. ,.11.%.,ci1d'i.: :,.',..,J
ndpies, 5- -5 j'tjr of : 't' l "
ftI4'br.1Deat..tb.We*'del Putbto C& noternIouaofthe'itIpctf9ijof'abQjjtiOfl' .."J.,.." R 1 WQfl7i1fltflIe f. 7nD.1, ...1":le:1. ..- *Pr f th&.oldBamorai,1ttor-; : 't inwhich'V' ." 1. t. tJ Qit_ r'b'-' ,.*Sevrh :'Thi:' j. ., q n_ ,urs.d"_ ; li _
..iJJ .e',beaftll'OaI: ihe confifle Jof i '; t. _/! .an ce,. U.l,tli'-1O &,.J. 1 t the bkr1affihcati0nagainst the" n. 'PY..I '. V, ri'U-y-imt i..iJ .'I-_ 4S V
&w _r.b ._...f&tber... .....0' I.if :.S ht IffSia' q I : '> "'? 81 $coTt WiOTp1' --h4.; :
tiistof:e! oJii' -r .r..f.'It ng jn' in ) t right of Congress inrfete'with' Jf
conUneht'whero Seward
the by
chaneinz. politician. 1''k.Y. ,; ... I slavery ,j ot because of anjpefn yjateflaf offefred""to
; ,1i 1I ,
II1tr ( -' . queation-propoi d b"y an abolitionist present, V"';"a!/-foUo \ bet hundred iollahrHhat
IyiI4 r- v. ayexciteaeotJ f. ; at.'DcoI.C8ki4 1 I AVi'hare placed jul1tbipo"wer;ij.r he said the fW- Trqf:ibstra'oiir. I :'e rwp Weoce-" cPr!sentiment?between one : there" was no
iff tleWiiate'' ;n- ; c<5- frese'ntJkWwaV. Ube same in : i* t'iii .ti" t*J- --.T.'ti>'JS-'i '-1 * : 1 of'JII'it aM The-Cubans '4.nnd..r. icHn r. i f ar lt :''P 'plfwdwbsJ& wWt, irbicb'jrnd 9t!h atfnvMo,pg J M.!. I',wo'' "uj.bQil' eiia h.. _WB.t-t f.oTi i I Harapshvr* papers respeetto jvGeneral Pierce..

: "'CO ;"." gtuffi thty M tcc1ebL!&tiif..:;pu II( J"1bf-t""N. *mO'f
trop .,}.....;i?ftjm: fbkla..1. Pntwk 4'jb tMJ J eeiouyi.Qft91Ubelp: IJlttfre.tlt-. ..:4 iWi"'tf r h'\V &1d"..E"AI ri' t fttion. > This amrfd'ttrtlcb of i faith JU'jcl ttty/diraisfeiJre office:: r c Dellloeratbcf'.hall deci&< 'At .' .
., have not weeired fer BW* jpeam autffett bat if be;were"tojelrai lto m-maku pg his rt.tf''11" 'f;, !"!' '..., ':- 1" '".J". i6 ,1 Its tc1. }h "'i": lbii1tf! .Mta'i I IUoW'l' 'ifJ Se'Wahltizj'. 'tbe: Stt :ol rlifct:': 1VbTr., .hD" err'R.ua'e\. : .v :-'
I bailitiei and kts j Ioj.dceud illegal iL-iLrji'r v-. paper !:.9 ih'.JI.19.SL .1 i':.b. tj:2f 18.n.'an. ,. 2F\Jy't. e9 ltt L"'r: 2flfW.; "y" tI(1I Iii'. 'H lIi.fA ',if.II' .' ..:l (: f. tat,3 a ht;._ nU'li.Ai wSo I ".'kH A&*
'S Dppr.MioIto.: Tbttc'save *wrived,:infirm', 1. i Q tinl'th "nr foiu ,t.4.: o 'h"trfP.tY. .ai'.eQI1 To. T J2 .J s. .JP.t1, 9t. I1., 4 Wit W J .4U t.CJ 6"Te
L JMjrucielit..W..1b..1 .doctrines!%which tr'tbink/'bhr tJ'attTclla.tained. !. 3BOt sbliisiimHa : Olo' '. olttb! .lict l..t f:-w'rZo4uG:;: qV.of zi <.lbeptiAcJpal'of,tbe? .great? v-S the meeting? wioe1.'t.t fJi .uNre.

,. _$z' to a eJIjetUJtJoedr.: el eu;J'hrethwji,; .' ".tf?? *** o.q.'J ia *4>wr etl"r r 'btUe! dliari d t 1f iddintl'teC< rd d h1voteinj'h&wkol.j :-; ..lmeas\1re..M ibch| Jytsft; -ffijfl.wys$V4.it ji.ij jQCdtbel.benocrnJ5), TanybodyTritB '.::"udn'el'eTe'

A of _, J' ..JJj 1 1:11. I I gSl .acle "vs "''j;I .j f. f'b!!*fiuoT t a'i1,1 Jat'Jg 8\1P nMw Ria MaW{ino1.t4 J%i..hlo ''HSi d"" t 1f i; bdhrs'cLssIng cabrt: lLt een I wpri"-Tbat'a'aapecit4.
. C t. If. "Joy t'U.tf I dt ot.1fJ2 Ul-5it14 J;' wp-"t Iij* *m :1, 'Jd' udti 1 of a savin-.2LtJbah3 faitliL.-1lIcJtmond i Whig.
S'e! !' !H l T 4 a f.i T-J.a"
1 :'rm.tJ.nh'u\ $ 101 ,
I u 'l' p ari1o g...'t

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or St. .John' J sufficient;but Gen; SCOTT-does noVrest,the ,FOR;,IRILADPHza 1 BUTPINTOsvxUTAvvoMoIiAijd-.. .
.u..ct ,, ikNjN: ]fill II r :

POrtO riitvrnr!" tatterbereIor to the.ltn be ra.1 J policy canyUIs1gvd of the _ainia "' iiii\t'F.r rAJCJC_ JI_ I.JfJ'L [ .. .

SUPERINTENDEr. O'1CZ.. tration:!! eleeteuM.l: honMft>H wrie,.look j 1IIo1 T. <.W-r7.; ." _I- '.subscriberU,SOT opentofc"ethk Store-- eMAI"tet ..a W'J .l. jeJ... .- -
..AvccsT i8 2.1 _L4SAVANNAIL: : ._iL : VForsyth-stmW-a; :geasrul atheat'of tt' tJ&CJUMHrTlt.r.z.JI'LOBDJ". "JIt .

StL1&OOSAtI3. mfi{'be -,receive!' 1.1thiI')4ice forageati among totia-vtoia&fepfraix to carry !slojxtmlion pticy and IshoaMeeektb Jii liiH' Negation- Compaay/'; _D G. Ni"I1i f 'RWIiri: ,- eeo---- i CI1I- L} 'totltleatoD'for- BUflGTrHoutia stn1. tsesa f 5izXi.at4', :-k.

nnta the :)stii aaytof the. ealUvate harmony afidfrate- ?. -'Tb l1ew %te'iidMb // prestat nil seatunents througbut the<\YbICI -party1 STATE OP GEORGIA; JiaBO.ton. DPsi'=if i' D, ee.teaehia ._ aos ..
t register, .h. --M"> : .,-_._-.., ..... ._ ._, b. the I 0"or October 1.4-4, ._
instant for .constructing; jat': the. Light I withoutattemptlng to dI1SJDembers'tiyitmilo Captabr I:E Walton,baa commenced her'rega aCCZXTLT XUCTKO 'WJTJ1'aau'f"CU.< ;-,,- fI'1I ScMoUa'W (
tar ,
exact c confonnlty mown) trips,and win leave Savannah Wednesday, :JI Yn8.JLt'" la"th.pbO' aaiJai teiaane4tai ). :Ie float 1rtd1 .
Bar- rocnpJ crrr i piazzas tat
BI11I1 at s. ci'. .lea Groins for the 2d day of June, and every alternate Wednee- I rrf -.r. : '-;'! wifl be biseanr tart to'-aliinta tJae rIngtb. .- ,_ I
frost and
words Jorfonfl tear making it as
Protection of:the Site of the Tievts.-WNo otbct oJ ejcpres- day thercafter-eay on the I6th and 0th June, i iHe'ia-riWthe ntteit n VofjMerSiantsJnry*. friendship and esteem of kkpndb. and toBy jnstij llou Is.",'tbr.. -

tile f theCcD5tructor alan are necessary. in order to render ffie 14th and 28th Jury, ., 10th and 25th'August,sat so cians. and.the cenunmaity, to.his-Stock with the those pk4hl.k Iea4...;1Iuaua_.. lions for ever one.UIttecI&lid affording 1ft1 aceomaa-. .
Place .
JJbt House at that matter complete There is no_roon,for misinterpretation on. .' assurance that the artklevwOl "be feud to be intellct&n4tore5n.it- '*3a' ,

llU'D all Materials J'eqli not a syllable needbe, added Cabin Passage to Philadelphia* $25, fresh of prim quality,and ;alas'low prices u WitJao.'t fJa the 1t&It.the JuU .Thosube8riberw4mU YWliag tb48ostk(ai aoM.particular&Del &lie!bos4;" .
; Through Tickets to New York 25 they can be.bought in any market of the South tat. .will be eondactM en religious pdDcipJu., fj

or;w indrawn. But_more. What "known Steerage, ,- ., I 9 country. ,,.v ,,.' a most thorough system ofjtrtoWud I. SSt9.fodg their etpeeial eomtort eflmtsb.and has mad.Lu W an"l. .'11 ,

'I1Ie Groin* to,, btfplaced' 30 feet apart, incidents, of a-long pnblic; life" are better .This ship has been built with entire regard to -u onCheWln -. iaaUMu; which experience has' sezze.t.d..._ manIa to aut. aD trtaO MaT give q.his taJ Image-.. 't.._ .

constructed in the following rnan known; than his appearance at the first CaStle safety, eonJbft and dispatch, and often new and l aec* ft t.gtsOId i.i..on Principal atten'.Jbinuelf'_- that. IOWIeqe.tIJq- _- ,fortab sa't well Ga tor. -'' 't- ; 1
be -
.J to Garden meeting, .strengthen those 7at admirable facilities to business and traveL For ,and TVlaea, SUUery,Sine Cutlery{ oquiied.cannot__"' : _. T.n.1t. .- Ae"g. 1 '&J r

jer: A TOW,of Piles.to be driven>ot less. who ,had introdoced those freight.or passs-ge apply to.PADELFORD J. <*'welry,.& ., & :. _J:_,. health Great mdacementrart'oJfered la'the':wmr"of 't.'I..
Washington of ;
and beauty ntmatton-to wiah -
thin f feet below the ttrface of the ground, measures, and. -bis efforts .at Washington ., Jt 'Agent, FAY*in Savannah.& CO., The&L/razs Ie their..tI Will b4.ba sodtastsor t.hi 1JI1 which articluada L. lag to and their ehDclma from home parent,u no pain h"i! 'tlVEIBUYFIIGtoN.f 185t.-8n -- .- ', ::1If -J'

pf round timber withJ.be.baft on ;',_ t.be'top,. among the members of CongreMto.2CUr, : HERON It MARTIN. will. be glad to exhibit and sell for CUB. .'__ .., wi1 ethovms'U spaced in proridinr_ for their. comfort' .and. pKortrrroit.Subscriber : ._ ;; .
to be 3 feet above high water their passage 1 They-'were; open, conspicu- July 8-tt. Agents in Philadcrphia.. Ito wilt bsve iD a fey days,a ant n&e SODA diEitfl-4b-InfiezfUe, \\;wrp 1Tbtt -\ana\ 1 _.A.s to" nCJ.t :
each ;
j FOUXTAJK,saturn:keep constant The.CaA'at aeeLr' t
oas and valuable services.! .L bee' are .no supply of aadpennaare. jt << Sntea Aa J.
mrk and not less than 12 inches ia,diameter incidents of his life,.which ;ontradict; their r, Dissolntlon/ SODA WATER' :' I TbVooarw of astriscton includes the
placed 4 feet.apart, from centre to'tentrt tenor. His record, whenever he has:spoken milE. ;Co-partnership heretofore existing under and Syrups'of the very bet A. the name and style oCMcKlNLAY fc HADDOCK .June 24 -.3IL'1PAYE.. and a faD 1wepartlon for any College cLim&GLISILSTUDIES. ; '? 'Jaebo.riDeU '&: .
ia -
Between the Piles 2-inch Plank to be and acted is perfectly.clean this,(respect. is this:day. dissolved'by mutal consent ,-' : ) .} \ jest reeeived and opened -Urfc' _, .
as they will go into the sand' uniform and consistent, All debts contracted in the name of the late firm uraLwFEb.On.or tin. good CAHPEN- ,. *"'.. .* : aD'S&ockof ,_
.eeJeetidwWll. I '
4innudeep :General Scott therefore, ,by the tenor, of will be settled by John O.-Haddock. V .YY TER8to whom goodwageg -m. JIh1&B : "" pin espres referene to the demand of this MarkcCplaee ,' :

tod fastened the Piles at the top on a his previous ,and byhis recorded pledge, JOHN D. MCKINLAY given, and employment for a'CODII4erabJe.tbat ra era" 1 jMmar Rhf'torio geoPpJy ADdeni,Ma KW** 1 t pIeuan ia Inibruring IU'em.u .r-.tI. ; :

X 6 40 feet long well fastened whole 'JOllNGf1IAjDoc. insured. Apply.t thia office.j; U. History Cook-Keepioifj. andsarrwu din o-totry.that they mn. .t
4 before the to
.tripg piece stands bound' country The business of bu.m<'and sellimf of Cattle:as tion ud Declamation;Botany- the- Bible- ;, Vocal. ready for sale.at remarkably low rates for CASU 4 ,
the top of the Pile*. give "strict adherence11 to.the policy '"ex- also Butchering will be continued by John G. State .f Florida, Ctremlt :. Harlon M ieI' -' only!An enamerati
I between the Groins- ,to be'left pressed in the resolutions; of the, Conven Haddock. The subscriber,"grateful for the liberal : ;:C B. '.--- .: ,: ScI&NTlFICCOURE\ :"' deS 1riOa which .y Store if tcinIW* Is fteIu4 11." .

The space ; tion" and to select his "agents to,,carry it patronage heretofore extended to him, takes pleasure Little, B.Lewii, ) Intelteetnal Mora .*and 'Natural uaaecy a Rffioo II .=11.. SYsfyil _
the Groins to at in,recommending; Mr. Haddock (his successor -r; this; jjtirely clear; commence into execution"ufrom among those who may to .. -- ra.AbnerD. AstronomyjjCbemiitty.>,Geology .' I ;;goods) bejb way .f '
) an indulgent public. : PamilysuTZic.
the foot of the Sand Hills and be extended approve that policy.". We have expressed ,july! ;: A JOHN D.'McKlNLAY.. .Francis R.. ;Johnson Johnson,, } BOI in- Chancery.-- ilATHE>IATJtCALc6uRSE.Arithmetic OCksORY1l1eFlaYeb.W; .Id-tL t. r.T1ruS.-- '- -.. .-.., -

below low water 'and still feel, an unshaken con ., ... '* -
into the water forty feet hitherto we William Lastinger, .. ; ,Algebra .Geometry_;-Trigonometry PBKSEaTED S : : .
fidence in the honor of" General.Scott, thus' .Union. .Agricultural Warehouse .and'John Johnson, :; ; SarYeJUlr..)lean.rat.ioa Ana rUeaT,Geometry Fnah CIas-Loberg'; k1tIiei : 1' .

mirk. pledged to treat the Compromise. measures Ain> -* E appearing to 'the 'satia&ction of the Court, ; Differential*nd Integral Ca.1eW.; rIUI&subscriber has on band,fust received fr,.- ;

Persons proposing for the above will "as a find settlement..in. principle and substance SEED STORE, by affidavit in this ease filed that the above- CLASSICAL COURSE.\ *- 'L Bosto a supply ef the abov,.nnmed Juatl:

bids one for Cypress and one for to which they relater So. 83 PVLT0N-aTUEET.XEW. named defendant William Lastinger, resides beyond Lam.'Gri French. flInCasputapforkeep .Tb.yp.nper .
pake two of the subjects ; German
; ; feet!
the limits of the State of Florida to wit t'in ;hla.&DcI1ri11 sontinne for a long time Is
pitch Pine Piling. The'work to be completed "to maintain them,and insist on their strict THE undersigned lOu .ihe attention of aU the State of GeOrgia-Therefore,on motion of M. A course of LectoreawOI tei, delivered'daring taLe of preservation;befDt' ermetalrysealBd. :..

of October next. enforcement to'pppose all farther agitation of Implements.for the Farm or Whit Smith Esq.Solicitor for the Complainant the year upon--Philosophy Chemistry. The They are an exeeUeat article for' fassily ass beinr I'I it- .
the first
by "of the questions thus settled, as dangerous Plantation- their v assortment which includes it is ordered that the Aid Defendant William School will be famished with a new Mt of apparatus a fine relish foes regular meal erftertancheon 4
Any farther information will be famished and.to "discounte many of the most recent improvements in the Lastinger, do appear and'.DSWer'&he said Bit of ,'&.will afford ample opportonitiet for becoming They a:. nnseasoned so that seasoning can W k __ .
to ourpeace? leading articles in their,line, all ef which they according to law,or the same will b*> acquainted with science and the practical applied according. to &. Fot sale at m vents .
jipon application to this office.ISAIAH nance all efforts to continue renew, such will sell at prices to insure satisfaction to the taken as confessed against him.. -. operation of its laws.ThelAeadeaie per.", b1 S I So'So TYLER -. '

D. HART. agitation whenever, wherever, or, however buyer-especially Railway Endless Chain Powers And it is further ordered,that a copy of this order year will be divided into font Monroe,between Pine and Laura st*. : R'

Superintendent Ligkli. made and to maintain,the settlement as for one or two horses, of, the Wheeler patent be published in some newspaper, printed and quarters of.l .ell weeks each* Student may enter ;-may 1-3L JaskaoavUW a!I
of the so often awarded the first premium at the State published 'in said Circuit, once a week for four .lter the eoUmeacement-any-quarter;and ': -- -ic -
p. S.-Persons making bids, will please essential to'the nationality "Whig and County Fairs where they have been exhibit months. THOMAS. DOUGLAS.-- be charged only from the time of their admiseion. --5-MONTII3 NotIce.tedaTl: ; : -:" -
party and the integrity of the Union. ed. Railway Powers, warranWd,. Warren's & Judge, fee., iel: r '- r TERJIS. SIX wffl prtaeny
ar on the outside of the enrelope- pro- This is the language of the official resolutions Trimble's Iron Sweep Powers Taplin's Circular June 22J Al D. 1832. june'24NEWGOODS. ; U and vouchers to the Hou.Contt oY .
of Con. Power Plows, Harrows, Fan Mills Straw Cutters Board and Tuition, including lights,{fatl;' and Probate ofl1&milto5countyadukt. _Le.4tia-. ai ;,
poI41. _- signed by the officers the Portable Burr Stone Mills, Wagons Carts washing per Ses oa of fire months f US) 00 charged from the administration of the estate ef ?l
of U Sentinel. vention, served on Gen. Scott, and recog- &e. &o. Field and Garden Seeds of reliable German or French'extra -* .,'.' -. I 00 Susannah Lowe,late of Hamilton countykoew. ;
nized and subscribed by him, and adoptedgenerally lity, Fertilisers, Fruit and Ornamental Trees.qua. a Music (including use of".Piano)" VX""'*-*_ '- 15 00 eeL ..) Pt

Ar HOME,Gadsden County,July 17t] ,1852. in all subsequent party.Conven- Our descriptive Catalogue, illustrated with cuts, W. BARTON Painting Fancy Drawing in Water Colors- --- -- -- 9 5 00 00 JOHN'-W--LOWE, _JAdmiDI ,.." ;4 k
f behind under will be sent gratis when two to four Post Office Bay-street, four Door below Mr. JosephFinnegan's it
DtiiCtisBr: I accidentally met in Quinyaaerdar tions. To attempt to go them Stamps are remitted, according to the distance. "aou "- ;. -. 1200 'B1 M. W'IUT.SMITH L

my old friend and associate in the circumstances simply absurd. July 29, 1852. 3m RALPH & CO. Including,Instructions in Perspective from N a- H.AUorae,_ -
t ef JUST RECEIVED Steamers from
per tnr; mari2-&n
Jack- HAS ; .
Mr. M. White of ;
1 the Senile, Thomas Sir. IVasiangton's Letter. North, new and pplendid assortment .(Payable quarterly,in adrance.) .-,, -
\ son on his return from the recent State Convention NEW HACK LINE of Fancy and Staple, Spring and Summer Poanaruruiluicis. to' ". S NoUce. "v SIXumnt1ls
who informed me that some one Mr. George C. Washington, of Maryland, From Alligator to Ocala Florida. sDRY GOODS SMALLWARES t Studies and Mathematics, J tIC 00 *afterdate will present my-ao. .. j

taring proposed name, I was unani- the Vice Presidencyy HOSIERY, GLOVES l fc, the Scientist Coarse .-. 1200 count as A.dmini"tratorofthe Estate of Wm. -
I my who waS nominated for : :. The subscriber takes this method with aa'assortment of Dress Goods, &e. &. Including Johnson deceased to the Hon.Judge of.ProbaU j
oouslf elected by that body the Alternate the "American party," bas declined.tie of informing the public that he has -ALSO- "v ',. Latin and Greek, ,-13 OQ for Columbia county aad ask for a final settle .

f Ecott Elector for this District; when, upon : now in successful operation,upon this route comfortable JEJV LRr SHOES,* GEHTLEMEyS (Payable quarterly,in adTance.) <- meat and allowance of the came, nod of my die%t ,7 4
i that I says and safe two-bone HACKS, which run A liberal deduction will be made for\papQs in from the adminutrUioa saia '
the suggestion of anothec member P RlS-M DE:BOOTS.. charge of Estate. ,..
The Baltimore Whig Convention has presented in connection with the Eastern and Western the Primary studies. Address, GREE.NJOIINSON..: -
; was not 4 Scott ma.R the Contention recon- to the nation, as candidates for the Stages from Alligator'to Ne1l'l1&DAT.,.. to An Assortment,.f".A1.5O of Gentlemen ReadymadeCLOTH1XG. N.F.BROWN. ,l r 'Adseinistrato :

eiJered its action, and some other person offices the names of Wi field Scott Ocala by Micanopy, twice week: leaving Alligator .> ..References.\ : AfligatorJan.8,1832 6a. .._
f sis chosen. At this result, sir, I am much same on Mondays and Thursdays, upon the arrival '. Hon. WnxABj HALL. Rei. S. R.'Wrxioor.RCT. *
; gratified; for it is well known that I desire and William A. Graham. These nominations of the 'Eastern Stages and run through to June 10 2m CORST CBAXBCXS. Capt IL,.B.JJoxss- Notice. 1
received cordial assent, as they Ocala so as to connect the Stages from Palatka to ViI- ALL FEltSONSbavingany4egain4bgga1nsg
i my DeL. Dr.MtLLEE-Brandywine
; t. sustain no public relation either to my James W. Bryant Wilmington. estate of Roland Roberts late of.C .
Tampa Bay, on Tuesday and Friday nights. buyer : rInmbia
zealous Del Rev. BaADroaD DeL Rev.
the bat [ feel deeply' will my support.I lage. ; J. comity,deceased hereby I .
are to
party or to country; of inter He would, further, assure passengers who may ATTORNET-AKD Cot'NsELLOa-AT.LAw. J. E.-llockweUBrookIyn if. Y. HOD..J.OLJ: requested 4
I grieved and mortified that my one of that have been on terms friendly take his line at Alligator or Ocala that if they. Will (except when business'.may require his ab- p*? ;Dr A;:J'&PD. .Medf'orclN. J. Te r6- present them duly authenticated within the ton-.i 4 4_

respectable assemblage of Whigs could have course with General Scott for twenty years, desire to proceed on to Black-Creek they shall sence from the State) attend to'proresaionalap- ers-THEO. UTATT, Rev. THOS. Cswc, -Rer.-Z. prescribed,indebted bylaw, or they will be barred aad all-9. t 3

t supposed that I had refused for a moment to and esteem him for his spotless character, be accommodated with comfortable conveyance, pointments in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit A.MASSCTELD, Wilzainoton,Del.-L. BAKROWS, I persona make immediate payment to said to estate the anreuestedtu undersigued- .f !
; bearing. at reasonable rates of fare, as if the linn continued of Florida and in the.Federal Court for the 27 '51. .
i acquiesce in the recent decision of a National and his frank manly and courteous to that Andover, Mass. nov .A. J'T.- 19 T. .
through point. Northern District of Florida.
i Convention of the Party. I had hoped I respect him for talents often severely tested :.eEvery attention within his power as to the .JaoksonvllleFemaleinstitute.THIS .. ,.aerLoff..adminiatzatoT-. 5
well known in Florida but which never failed him. under of and the safety of baggage : Tax COlleeior'a-Salei' ?
1: that I was too as a passengers for general Business in the State, respecting ISSTITtrrjOJr, having been 'in sue- 4
t consistent and steadfast Whig, for the impression most trying circumstances; and 1 admirehim will be rendered and he most respectfullysoLits grants and donations of lands,and the locationor operation'fOr moro. ian, two.yean. BY VIRTUE of the power vested in m*.by t .
to be entertained in quarter for his military services, by which the a share of the public patonage.CHARLES selling thereof. will hereafter be under thejolatcontrol of I shall expose for sale before th* Court
a&y ,
has been elevated House door l the town 'or Palatka, cettnty .f !
; that I could get.my consent to abandon any character of his country Newnansville, April,1852. 15 3 m. ALSO AS AGES MISS P. SWART.AND MRS. MrMARLOW.MrsaMAELow Putnam os the first)1 -September,1SSS. .
: candidate fairly and regularly nominated by at homft and- abroad and been ea nailed by .,_ for'the collection of Claims upon the United hat lately-been coDAeetecl"Ir th : between the legal hours of sale,the fOllowing described -:

t the whole Whig party of the United States those' of 'iio' man living or dead'since the Notice. I States for Military or other services and for horses pensions or, one of the most popular Aeademie*at Greenville, property orsoAoch thereof as will pey-
I supplies furnished S.:;' 'gl1rtLla her the highest testimonials \he Staie and Taaei dm thereon for tho,
county 'lI
of the Revolution. }
io general convention assembled. In this days LL persons'iodGbt d to the Estate of FOREBIATHLN'GPIN.lateof I other Pro1"'rt11oat,for which the United Statesis '.Teacher 4T
A of character'and success a* YesY11tO wit11iCm. less-of
I acre man as
f instance especially, I should have felt myself He, has freely shed his blood in maintaining Putnam county liable. .,&* .'ro'Fordp She abo""tOC01. B. MV PKAXSOR and Mr. Land,ritaatelyinr. and being in Section 33,'of., j 5 f
nomination inasmuch the honor of his country and her rights. ;deceased are notified to make immediate payment Ba IiiesJ.. W. B. will also 'Ofthi. .' .1' ." '
t bound to support the WitD BUJtlUWl; pZaCe Township 10. S.,of Range 2 -&;Section S7,ofiTownsbipll J re
it through action in part His patriotic'devotion to the Union, conservative I to the undersigned ; and allpersons holding attend to the collection of Claims and other Pro- ,Mica-S..ur tenders her thanks to her trleDd8and Sand Range S,E-, and Section' 1*
as my claims demands said Estate.mnst Continent -
or against present fessional Business, in England and on the for the liberal .
the Middle Florida Convention seat principles and firm support of the : them to the subscriber the public generally patronage 38 of Township 10, Sand Range 26, En that duly authenticated
of informs them '
Europe. already reeeind, and respectfully 33, of Township 11,S nod Range 2SE.Jssaid
1, delegates to Baltimore with instructions to Compromise measures cannot in my belief, within the time prescribed by law,-or this' notice- -During his absence, Sons W. FEICE, Esq.... that, \7 ,thV recently formed association"with Land being returned the property of Rv:!
vole first for Mr. Fillmore, aid if bis nomination be questioned without. doing him great wrong will be pleaded in bar of same.WILLIAM. will set iahik stead ia Florida. ?. Marlow which goes into operation*on the bertMeHardy 0.it.Fairbanks Arent. '

could not be obtained then for any 1 and injustice. THINGPIN, A ddrese Jacktoa .East Florida.Administrator's 1st of March-,aa additional number-f pupils can -: ILTBUYD, .;,
Administrator. into the institution to whom a faithful Tax Ass'r It CoHr Putnam
oiLtr who would place himself upon a plat- ] &Ir. Graham is wholly, unexceptionable: Palatka,Putnam Co., July 19, 15i. Sale. be reeerved and eoDilCieDLi discharge"of.dutywill be Palalka- Feb.19, l i, county- ,- ,t _

; form similar to that which wis adopted by I being respected for his talents and esteemedfor 'of Sale. cheerfully given by both the teachers.Mrs. .' --
QgUniange of .
the Whig Convention of the Union prelimi- his virtues by all who know him. Brandy, Wine, &c. Day 4 .-MAlLOW will devote'particular attentionto MatafFior1daCeaty, rilY. --- .*l-.r 4' J -

nary to its ballntting for President That, I Entertaining these opinions of the candidates OLD Otard Dupuy&_Go's Best BBANDY. ON Wednesday offered for sale,the,on 25th the August plantation,there of J OHN will the French Department- -- as well as to the usual SarahA.matsha,7 vs. > :I'. ..

believe was the only political meeting which of the! Whig National Convention and .Y WIXE-Hi very superior article. H. McINTOSH, late of Dnval county, deceased English studies. Joseph Falana. J :- ,

: I have attended since my retirement from being fully and willingly committed to their MADEIR.A do. do do. between 300 and 400*head of stock and other Ttnnt per quarter of deer* vtda. BILL FOR DIVORCE .".. ij
life and sole reason for wishing I am constrained.moat respectfullyto PRIME HOLLAND Gl.V. cattle; a number, of sheep horses and bogs ; Orthography, reading. writing and TT appearing to the* .,.idari&, thaT' t 3
public my support
1 ; waggons, timber and other carts; a quantity of arithmetic, -400 J. Joseph Falana,defendant to the above-stated: f
; to be present on, that occasion was the profound decline the nomination of the American The above were purchased of one of the best Plantation niensiU; household furniture, &C. Al Grammar, geography, and history 5 00 BilireaideabeyondthejurisdietionofthisCourtj; 4

; conviction resting on my mind that it National Convention. houses in New York, and warranted superior.PAYNE. so a very valuable Chickering piano. The hjgher branches of the English I and out of th* State of Florida bat within the-;- -
was both the duty and the interest of the GCOKCC C. \V J.SHI5GTON. July 23 For sale by JOHN Also very valuable Steam SawMill, in complete cdocation. ., .. 600iiliirgci I United States IT is :OEDERED, that pubCcatiotf I t'
order and ready for operauoD-WItI1 the for instruction ia 'the French be made in SomE newspaper;once si week for lbs ..
I Southern to Md
in all the States 13.1852.
Whig' party< Montgomery County, ? July Tobacco, Cia & Snuff. site containing about 100,acre of land, and Isnruage ancIw-awing. space of Three Months requiring said defendant' 4J '
tend a full delegation to the National Convention mIlE above articles of the very finest quality, house and buildings situated thereon and ..connected -The musical department of this Institution; i* to'appear,plead to, or answer said Bill of"COUTH. Iplaint
where, if we could not succeed in The VnItedflern.eraey."e '. JL on hand and for sale low for cash by with the Mill. The Mill b 83 horse power under the charge of MrSw Bars,aa accomplished on Monday,the second day of August eft--' 9
nominating for President the man of our July22 JOHN M.PAYNE. works two gangs of upright saws, and ODe circular performer on the Harp;Piano Forte, and Gui suing the. date hereof or the said Bill will be ta- .
such woald call the attention of the Un ion saw called an Edger; has attached a fine tar. Pupils from the country,can be accommodated -ken fro am/nsa against& him. and such.fbrthe.,

choice, xre might at least secure connectionwith a recognition -. newspaper to what its friend and associate, Latest Testimony wharf a railway and a ear to convey lumber to with board, in respectable families- from order given in the premises u.to thC" '_may J"

of our principles, in the Democrat Evening Post of New York the same. $12 to"f 15 per month. seem meetS- .. '.
the of would following is of the latest tes sufficient of wa 6-tf THOMAS BOTJGLAS; .J ,
question slavery, as redound of the have THE among some There is at the wharf. a depth Feti. L
to tbe safety'-of"'the South and the says paragraphs we received the power and efficacyof ter for vessels to load. / --,. ? ? Judge, fce .lM.
and of the.Union. This I from two New Hampshire Democrat: Poinsett's LOXECUST: Terms of sale are 'cash and Dothing'.rn be received FoI'.S l -PriTate ,or Public. StAn 6r FtcfeiDA,.! S !." 1
peace perpetuity thinks 'JACKSONVILLE E. F. 13 1852. in payment bUt',gol&silver, and 'bill 01 : into County of:"} ; _' 1:
think, has been achieved; and I do not see "The Washington Republic to ,July banks of tho city of Swvmcnaa and Charleston' t: snoacriler having entered a J3ft l.1uoou V. GAKTS! Clerk ott1eCir ui4*

why the whole Whig party, nobly forgetting create an unfavorable impression against To E. PoinuU, Ell I -. B. A.A.PUTNAM ,-. &.. oCert/or.(ngagemtnt reduced to locate ia mother about 4UU Court of the Eastern Circuit of Florida for IHrval;
t General Pierce in the Southern States by Dear Sir-I Mr. Crandall State. sale,at priced that the above Order is' ,
am requested by jACOBWALDBtfRGvAdminfsfratoTi
t every mere preference for men, as alike on- cJunenthls.'i Acre. of LAND in-this vicinity, lying on MeCoy' eounty,'do hereby certify
miesioii and its his publishing the following extract from New J Johnson Engineer of the steamer J. Stone,to inform with the will annexed. : extending on both sides of the a true and correct copy of.the original now oa file* ii ,
worthy of its high past DemycroMf yon that for the lost four months he has 17-tl6thAug" ... : Greet, and the- in my office.' "," '.. "tar .' 71"L
the and ft
Independent ODe.JJrl1.
tory, cannot with one cord.rally....upon I Hampshire, paper r- been laboring'under a severe attack'of cDiarrh r Alligator road < Vrrrness w'Rtuor', I ti hereunto set 1
Scott and Graham, and bear them in triumph be has uttered any such language as is a. and has tried'ne..remedy within the Circuit- Court, State Florida,Soatberii. I Kin '.road; ; its eastern market boundary house"The being buildings,.within I hand d affixed the Seal of.said eoan'w.. 1 1i&- I

over the prostrate hopes of their nov' eznltior here ascribed to him, we have only to ;remark knowledge of the Medical Faculty, but without effect. He DeTer- CsmiciY: : on
was to
that it does him great honor. If furth. recommended try your Sophia ----
Then also on it S S
and cost about 1,000V: an f'
eDc ues.
m testimony of the"'same',kind-in regarded failing'-: LOXECUST the magic Influence of -U.-- >BflfinQheflcerytYrDtTOTCC.JohnCauack.1 ; fruit via.plumbs,peaches, pOinIett5111d1aI1Loie.1at.: ..{ .
But to, show yotf what were my riews, er which cured Elm at three do**. -lie feels if his > ... variety of young trees' : ,
publicly expressed for' a period of nearlytwo to the opinions General. Pierce_ is,in possession duty to make it known to the public,in ordcr-that TT being made- satisfactory to.appear that the apples,white walnnW quinces (grapes choice varieties&c.-. Also,) alal front-a. Urfrwlar Pkyslclam.- I4STeUm :44,f .

-weeks before the'meeting of;,the Slate of the Washington Republic we invite those afflicted with the same malady may meet JL said bUt has been filed in the Clerk's office of two figs varaabtt pomegranites,8eirppernong mineral springs. 'rHo The ibDoirivg certificate of the effieaciovs eraaViities .

Convention, I herewith enclose to you two that journal to.produce It ,without de- immediate relief. ? said county John aDd1 due proof that the the said limit defendant will also dispose.of ha growing crop,consisting of this Medicine is from a regvlarnhysieiani
." Respectfully; &c. Camack reside beyond in of fifteen acres'of com,four of in Columbia coantyi jnHit 4 :
drank celebrationof pert .
toasts which I at' recent 'e J. ordered.
HEMMING. It is hereby
Florida _
i, ;, of the State of : fifteen hundred -- : 'I
the 4th of July, that took place ia tbe Pf S.-Tw of my own family have also received that said defendant do appear and plead,< answer oats mellon tbreft IdUI of(flourishing sweet potatoes and well stocked with ,'l'DT fsovx: ,C61cmalti ee > "i -
Eo'E. 29th -
immediate neighborhood ,of my own restdeuce. bnIT17AB.T; ,within a few days, much -benefit from the use or demur to said bill en or before the first Monday lemons,)' three hundred hills of pumpkin Stt.fl take the, February first opportsnitythaAhast ISW.f .
which the young DEift
.They are as follows: DIED,'in Washington.city,'on Saturday mom- of the above medicine. J.CH; : in,November next in confessed..default'or against bun.; and mammoth squashes- and one acre IA presented since I saw yoa la write yes ae I promIsed >

11- R..B. JZmctam. Gen.- VHnfield Scott big,'the Wth ultimo, at a quarter past 8 o'clock, Negro; Boy, ,Stolen. said Provided bill wfll that be taken,this as order snail be published in garden _vegetables t among of)hem'beadinglnell.them one thousand) to doin reference to your Indian'- LoxecustJ 'J:
The Whig party of the' South with one accord of paralysis SOLOMON DREW, J'for thirty 1&;the Staw.of Florida cabbage plantssome Belowll1t11d1C111l111eertileaitr' ,
went into Convention with thenorthen \Vbigs.As A- FREE NEGRO BOY; named :,JOSHlU some newspaper,the term of four months.before peas, beans;beets, errotsj pgrsleyIettuee. eetery -- Pnr. Genus,Columbia e,'r ,. I
a snK fwi'wm U further action,' they de- yean a resident:,of that,city;aged seventy-one -cm. was missed from my place 17 miles' from one*said a week first for Monday November next.; ,:.if-' cucuntber; tornips" ,#our leets, wehalots .. F.1II'1aar129L1r.1IiI.t ,
the *
Banded a' platform sa which the South could years and six months.- Jacksonville on the'Alligator road on the.27th pi hand and sesJwrtChamWrs.to &0.&e .- Mr:: Eg1et1'oinsetz--------1: : it "
.tiI2- Th Borthera Whirs Dromntlr rave 'It June.- I have no idea where he Is concealed but ...Given_ *._under_. ir1T IBT __.* <_ mmmtvnnrw. ,_ tmtf, ULbtae Also a Br1cNardwitk one;of HaHV patent : ]
te them, and WiikiiG Soott, who-firmly NOTICE have every reason to believe be has been ltoI zfb1 cn.1lr1 A..y 1)" IS5 LU_-- -" :-.--:--- moulding machines; two iron mnd-mua, enam dian 'Loxecast-an sneeeedbtg admirably. .On*' .
of May thousand tor
stands npon it, where it II well known to thousands some.of the characters engaged in such work with Jos. 8. pump &0:, and from fifteen twenty of_the bottles'was used in a ease of ChroatoCX;
ke has ever stood. Now, they are bound A T THE expiration of six weeks I win apply a view to selling him. Said boy U about 18 years Judge- Southern< thousand bricks recently bornt. Also plantation htnflebold synlery,which had prodaced'prolapsas sal,or preftntsuxn l
t*sepport both the one and the other. Let the .cm. to the Commissioner of Pensions duplicate of age,bright mulatto, and has a lamp on the : i&neu"-- : tools and utensils.re few' kitchen. .said' of'Ihe-reetnni whktftfUi Ufledall etb J '!3
Whig party ot the South be true to Scott and to Land Wa.rant number 10,24 issued tome right side ofhisforehesdcanscd by a.kick from ctrne. copy:! ,. )1. BRACEWEt... : artielea-ato:0: &. .- n- remedies that bald been tried,.(.u.wer* tj

Lewffl be true U his native Sooth for it is but apart on the 7th day of October,* 1351, for 160 acres a horse;- '.'". ','> _' '. erkM.C- 01a Moud.ytheI2tli: fJnlyirefLwbt win bo offer not .lewJ The'result rata ftnil care with.oa. ". ;ubow.
of that great country. which is the idol of under set of Congress passed September 28,1850. Any-person giving such information"'may juaKMm mains unsold of the above property, .> -J" ..: Tonr Indian Lozecust: to fthr most pc.stire '

us aeart,and his devotion, to which ha ,ha sig- which{has been stolen from.m,bouie. SAnd I lead,to. his. .recovery. .'win be liberally rewarded., Notice.: ed at PUBLIC SALwUtowrrurVr.Tbs into lots to suit and eerUfa core for Djrsentery and DiatHMttfof ,
will be divided par-
aalisei battle-fields, warn all persons not to trad for the said Warrant -- -. .B.'F./BEERS any remedy that 1 nave as yet teemed>be weot

Gts CAUU esi so'many Uke aU glorious good Whigs, having- I- ,inasmuch as I have, neither. sold assigned **" ..Three mles from the Burnt House;; 1Ix-. MONTHS after.'date'- Iwffl Administrator present-nry of chasers. Titles 4IntbeabUeneef' :ueaLioaa1le*' n4- teresa. acoom-.: Eespeetrnlly' '- P.WG&TtMD.'L'yours. fce-. '- :I : #f. jN.BSeidmeaathersuppi'imm0diae17. ,

proved of the National Whig Convention he is nor empowered any person to ecU, assign or locate Jli1t'l4t.AWp&or Road, i accounts and-vouchers, as to-.the seuthitfat. tbesuheerEJiAU.DON. : : 0 4
deceased J
BOW prepared tp stand b71&1aoail1at. At onaA the same for me. the estate of CALVIN READ k'authorized 0 act for., '- : ,
RICHARD ELtiaAngnstStf I Hon. 'Judge ol Probate Dun County, for :'will mar 11 _i --W, GApothecaries .- .. .
former occasions' be" win again distinguish cNotic ., and also apply for JO&&BAKERJAcis .. .. '
t himself by jallauUy boring aloft th*Seott.*ag, .. : ___ ., t mitE o--pl.rtDe nbip-existing between the'subJL final Settlement of said estate.; '- r .uFLot May m, IS51 .T ;"DrU- :. ;' :; "

ia the ireeA eanvaMjrakk bas.now' ommeneed.: NOTICE '<. '-' sviber and William Nettles,fa driving beef letteri'- .:sIor1.C. '.8EHERY.s\ .rjOJacksonriH la"growing japMDtia population Perfmtert c1ccbo:1'P.- ,

I think:it not improbable.that at the early A LL' 'are:hereby forewarned against Cattle having been..dissolved 1Ut the first day ofSeptember. ..r., _Ie Admr. Estate of C. Read.tiJaeksonvineJaael7185a. .-' S and trade. *" ."" j t' '." "-_ .ttnt'Median* Factor* tmi Dealer *':; .,
penoM j -
wtTteh I offered these aeut meats the .'lt l*the,rmnderstraed'Om-net bold ; .'- ftn -M.LL .'-? Tbe 'Republican and"ceorgian,", Sava ,
dsjon /5L trading for two promissory 'notes made by himself responsUil for contracts siaoe made .... .. '. 'Charleston:' C.\are Toilet and Faatu Articles, ]:-&& :
TeryaagaciouaiDembec'o&thB 'Convention, ttein favor of Jame A,Picket or order/one'ef any -. -' ,Notice : : nahv6a4 and. Courier, ,rE'POACTICAI.'ADyiJKR, W,Compendion :
under the name of the i&t firm. J i : : ; to the above three insertions, and i
whomade the:wonderf.iI discovery that I eaU note having b ea partially paid. The'eonsidcration l against the estate requested rive i--,, of over One Hundred RJpesJc
,fustrf :;:fct -*:10 'BROWN.'- ." persons having claims ( forward their accounts on or before the day of
for which said notes "were"glvenj has / rm .
Scott bailed ewRlvei J of ant the of_Druggists, A.pjothecaricSj.Coofaetioners .
of-General : >
not supporter ane 16,1882 JOHN'IL:McINTOSHJWe for T
was a JOL oC the advertiser
sale to l&JDlent.
failed and I am determined ant to them ? Factors _
pay 1111leu Vatent fiedkue -.
i 4
tout ,orotherwles
hilDfelf decided to which coarse be r-T. ; deceased'as creditor,11 legatees : .. .
compelled by law by said Jame n Picket. exhibil them III Tin Copper and_Sheet,Iron D.aIersiuT.ileandFaacyArtim2es.. EditeiWUOEACS _
should steer bis OVA,''political bark, ,in the HENRY'D'HOLliAND.JadcsonvSQe .; .'Notice.SIXWEEKSafterdate ,are hereby notified to 8a of 1M elaM: .. Evnnr Graduate and Member of the -
the t.J.M.'VOR
,'I wfll apply 4.the ;aatheU.icated br mmm ww III _Jf -
present canvass,, ,.July'51st. 18S2 -,aug. 4, "1', and ex officio Judge ant to the.:subscribers, within two years.from -Tbe nndflrsfgned is prepared t&lIi College JPharmacyia.th eity .oLNdrJotk.-WiJ. .
Ia truly will be barred by law and persons aU kinds of.Tin, Copper UtI;Sblel Iron AlIo-Tk eel.bnted Redp wf Fnftsner
haste yours Terr of Probate for Letters of Administration,with the .date or they ; '
.A.R1IA'.LBOUm: of 1 Soap at ceDI perpousif,
1L KHAUGHTON._ Will annewed,on the Estate of John Delmys late. indebted to said estate are requested to make ua- Work such as the maanfactUTe- light.Culinary lard res good
'the thatwIll wash Miter and quleker'whhostnb4r;
and repairing
leased .
THE subscriber having of Columbia county,deceased :- a.stepeiment. ;- -- Utensils making .
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sauett5dt T&k
above liouev situated oa.'. Bronghton- GEO.S.HERBERT. .B.A.-PUTN frJOo> : .and Spoatug for Hoaes Tte Roofing tban-any other Soap over'.
More Democratic .jnlyrl -
Aothoritf.It 11 street, ,between Abercorn and Drayton--. ; : :.JI.CO ,W A.LD URG" a in and 2in Coftn*, and all ktods or work alone i* worth fifty times the price rf the boekanybttily. t.
will be 'ExcliisJTe'wk<>leaH'agea foftPrfeeiM
; besineuWbleh
: Administrators'fce V his line
seems to:us that following! extract ors term of years, ,refpeetfaBv, informs the : ; Agencr for feat t:.& ,Co'a Junl7-2ffl'.I . executed appertaining with pronmptae* aDd despateh UJJite4 Su.tes aa4. .- >11: "t, -
eitisensof Savannah and the '
pablitf generally, -
the New Yorkonriurf' ? c JJIETIEWS.wndersixnedba .- : I. % *, :or; services for the o -:. .iWJtANOO.
from o/ 'u-a ; Notice. :-w. Orders rcarticle
thai be is BOY prepared feeeive boarder both % 't ;;;, .: *- t.. a, .: ;100 NssasadreO4i M:T .' .
DeiipcratpaIerinita feelings and prodiYi1ties regular. and transient oa-th.'m.,reasonable mH& *been duly nnthorised by A. LL:persona are hereby forewarned' against OO1UIt.1riJl, t'J"be ID.ptlJ'L&t\eDdect"OGD'r".tor :. .'. -I-
is trai a simple act of justice on hs part, terns;and pledges himself by strict attoation to ;JL 1.mil tin tic, receive orders and' L.oGiat ter ft.eertain.PromkaarytJS -of t -, -t.1' .- BaJacUoari1te to that amount 1riD jay forne.F;'wbleb W'ii1 -

and placet" (n. Scern-a. position -'on the business:to merit the patronage the paul.H ..- .tt.for.-lCrifUou. to-tbe.. British"Reviews, made by the nndersignedo.the tenth jr Mayo4f'is SIr: ., iii ..entrui' a -* l.Ib41ISLIM1CStationera
.intends to seak.ib.Marshall ilonso A' near consisting,fi- I- r. If' Sevwtliday of.Ma1.:18H.&O Moeea Barber, .' Booben.re.-N. P'ft
.CoopromisewiitstrneJight_ Yet ,we Ten- c&asa Hotel."His labto win b* supplied with,every ,:Tuithdo; uarirlg1Bai'w 'if; \ or bearer tor the sum dOne Hundred and Twentyv8v -, : :BhttoauhW : ,' J ;ouch resittaneedfl rceis' .IbewirkS .
' ton to .say' :there >&;.. persona who luxury that eaab. nrocure '- A,-"JWEdii Rtf7ittf'_ Dollart payabUon the.first day / Wo-. the tenth;- 1 Myre Negro man,.named nc3osing a ,"1 .'

would belters onr',candidate'to:be unsound _aag5 Imo WILLIAM''Ian '., '-- -"...-:.' RntiA7nuieFoMuy _*' ; her. 1B. 'The eolUlderali.nruJd.No'. "_ __has WASHINGTON, '8av.rl vWM'S' &oBENl. ..-j-'..lar&.tI, -- _- iI-., -10 I
.- ---- and IlwOl sot said..etei. npelled -, 11NS1NGLETON.; of Lewndea county. ,S. S -V.
{ failed :
ca thRthitothtraxy ; -,con-' < W' 1ii'q : ; pay S lU4.. t: riM ,
Noticed tE' ,** Ja..tA8)'lOM trading* ta.w&Xo. G..boattw t7 yeast of age/dark fson Cotton -
piled GjtmoUD.WOa high. .. .- ."t : ..f ., .u# feet fourinebes high.jSayshe has '-
m risk for iLl ps'eat : plixlon,Jve kw I1Ua --
*'Ii the reply of GCB.I rr.he, said.4 lalpjnereWore; _:.. I-J'H B14diio. 'sir."}1f ID .. "iriJI.'; a cHAft14aP.: FlTCE% been ru s'sytwoesks-' *,. '- -Steam" gtRK1
JB.. Iween the undersigned nndw the aam,and ".6.,._ .' : ": ** ..._? -bt.1j'm SSEX :tt I
"accept the nomination with the 'resolutions ,. ) _:' "TJIl..i.cJ N.wnansv> ,E.F.oJaaJ..I r a" >} ''J D4L., .1.'' lit ',' T
style of KELLY fcTCAPEON. this dl.- Fad n. J Y1 shotdots -
!*, day .1a Co1Gm. cocmt.T. .A.CBUUTrS, ramptreouto
RtwS1O0 -
onVef tie ibnr ; or. ,
annexed f lad he added, "Finally; tot my; 1 Ted bmatv.sl.onient.: .The unsettled pem: au- '5_ ,-00 bushels_ ._pdm6WE.ZCO&N.orsslsby "","'1I.f'J'J .0-. -- 1.'i. Ior'CotZqnn4.WohIen }t4lneiy.fa
strict ,adherence to. U>.. prineiplea of:'the;; DeN of the Ana wiU be settled by Qeone XeD]; Forantlee4o.t For say t ..f't; do; "-.t8CIO k6Qg I .q.'f_ -* .,- ;. : .-; ;;, v'-#-- -. --)':'-" -'--. -.': : iJI' kinds-andw2l,contract ewhith. .
1 e-otr
Whig ia resoiatione of ". .' GEOIUEKEL1Y.f7 .- M UAa 4l8 attVi '' .'" .c..1._ ," '" -t. water wluelorsteaaenjine'Jath*Sniiag. achins. --.
u the .2.i
party expressed oK' : For aUfosx of the Reviews, :., .tP J ': ,4t
,. BeIJeer .
E ON :_ 11 "tI sgain4.Lstrding fiteam.Saw 'MiSs, for ,
of Rq JD L1.1orieuLssres41ebyIorswsrss& ; '
the aCIO: fk
Conrentioa&c, I can ofer tlO otfcerjpledfe .i .''.: 1."t Far MauineFedso&thte4 'l" Whiw-oAT5J _MachiuJsU1.Tools-d.avery. $ UOO. ;
.rd saws
-- JK ett.taPromicJ1No
.h.eT1.. '.CQ' ; ,;; : for.*
; *
or than kDownlnci- I
; ruarantee the -, 'f'U'C..PartaenJdp"- MrnH .f 10 o9&1U .i. ft.SotMI.' ""J333 flANRAfB&y4t : by me.dated January Jst'1S62 fat ( varoTho-I Locomotive and Freight C&rs.1'iiIIW'of1fl -
dents of a bug pibGc Jife jib ir' iJI1 ": .bearer,and payable att kinds on hand, eWwr fimshed i. JIaJI; IIS" ;'r
d' PeaI1( 'aJl' :1 >J.- Y ,, e l'jo1.' '.r.t "/ mal B.H1 ; .
the severest eiaBunation.". : IM, f ,w.,. 1I ..Irt iv-of.Jannary,'186B. Said NcU. was thai orders oan'U fisted fa.shffl ** .t ,
This .4.parIrrIwp, for the' nrposi8winr I AO !IUE-Ul lb8.IU.OONSID&S.ii rtron.;' 'f.edal.nem slave, aQi4 s- '" 5' I '?'
constitutes _
coir a aosteiplicitadoption thea. ftti.Unora. U above worta ma
.fii1a1rPa berl.ad. and strie i:B ir alaby ". 11JAJU1UNa.>1 Ihaece.-ab.consideration for which said ;Note > WMaMBJWH fc *** %Ji twidrawings ;
ol the plaiforw,but a clear'agree.1icntW1Egy .L"LY'TJMANu8. CO. : syment cftli.retktflbdfdt jJnI1. .<__' Jo'jrft.o4"1 was gives has failed and I dteralae4 no*to [ ton aflEMflfaff-U* -' S:,
otibe -, $GEOR6rELLY 'q : thr5erth eopybeine Jaw. ...; ,' < .. .
iniipoa it iPgtUjOSTi i har'dL >w5a
; HAJ Bl jt .. ril--Ii "
t .H4T1MANUS.rie"* 44uo cOIvMBUS DREW,'" 11 % |t --
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nk. .' Lt., 't. $ 'litT u1tr f'J I u t'ii at'J'3rJ. .. 1. fi" ; J1U i tt- stdtsI !!:1 .1k t"ge.i.;?: sa:, 1Z11ena.
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: LktofOMcersoftbeStataafFlorrtla; thstaItsd $ teafm4t *nfr0 ,}. JoIiisctt's.< = > iU:thost yr 4r1toto '

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'Covetor,TRO S 13ROWN ; Fot every sikteUs? t cr ape ro.ftitynaiiiL JAciitx,J j
ofI4U i'aigeu Secretary State, CILARLES W. flWN1CisAttotey -aL DUz Sfr'i raintii?flliye4 el

General DAVID P. HOGIE. asked or communicated 1* riIDgOr.byc marks. to yen for 7aur
p1u.: THiEB TIMES the Mter fo d U an. Comptroll rJOIIN' D1ARD.. or signs sent by mail,th.rate&meut1OUM. ,U it.thebest1dacaseini1fM

ordering the Paper.' .thei Eajlisb- DktMnwj7 sospUed la tM" .wmuy., Treesuret, WI1LIAX RHAY WARD.lietater table shall be charged j-aud for .every..ftddiUonftlhalfouneefor bapy In xe. mm,1

1 8ub.eipUenI4ot aLt foro th expiration >)u.uisg.v Stats LandsDLVrn 8, WALKEIt.1,, fraction f/ftn ounoesbovetbe public. ,,,

; S > G. & C, Ifierriam, Springfield,Mass, Clerk Supreme C.rt.tWBT & LILY WAItD.JiDIClARY. weight named fa.this.table,an additional .single '

- oftheyeUrftrecnargea av.U.ifl1b.dttb1ffbwE1$1., -. .- 1. ' rate is to i be charged. ;: IOTflEPUBL1C. To E.Po1n3ett'Eaq :
.-. -'Hufoe for Veral devoted much --'1
( -
for -
r&teei Oni Dollar (oftw.1vUfl1) -( ; t e years, -
-i : pet square TEaTIxoIALI. .. -. Aiguit 7
Justice PesuiseolsHon. t tmetOthe examination fend collection cf,the, li.
lubse Cli.,
tar fir*,fthd SerrottllTeCwUfor erery ijitcsiIL I doubt"f ;ffon.Wa1kei5Anderi9 I ;: 2i1 Dear Sir i.TVi*wiH Infoi'myo
fts herbs
and tg
reputation; \ A. 0. &nimes 'Aieoelate A psiach's.a : varjans medicinal platitej root peculiar
k quest IneerUoi To early Advertisen liber* > this edition'has received essential Improreents :, 4 ;-: t? FJofwIaithe proprietor of my children were dangerously us with

; t dl cu4twffl.be mad*. .AIT transient 'AdTertisementi ,. from; the .able- handSjtbUUedI- -- -Circnft Juiges'Western -p .:--j ;,$4; .. .i 0 .. this! medicine to peninsular has acquired a knowledge in this tery almost or'Diarrhea evervthinr, for.that-abox
(except by persons having s riuming account througn." : : : NW Ged S hwklii i Aaluh. I 7.-i brand/Which is< rarely(obtained :by those disease.bnt aUto no effect.

with the office jnusi Wpaid for preyioui to pubHeatlOBv MIddle 11.WiylesD&ker commended me to try.ur3tj
t.; ) -, Eutern Jac 'Tils -- 0 \irhoM object alone isbotanicaI discovery sod.
: a41 Southern ,1ios.BLnncuter K.Wea$ -a o.- classificatipni- --i' proeur,1
tr reidttXZM g4t4 -UcheanflI ,s 0 *.: bapp1tda7tbII1BOttleofI, l
;'*: Penott! d4nce'can goer James M.LatidruniSoI'iT.Cir.I -- i '1Jntit't1ie'preCntp.aT, be f bas ha4 -jjqth'oight vi.iui vuu ;
foUownu.teS$ Samuel Ii. tcphens,SOI'r QnIacy y -WUP&zvLiD.CIa.; .CtsCLLCtI.. vainacie M it-L.
aveitI4zgby.ho breompoondin a botanical remedy may become generally known,so that aflftir1 *1
OnVsquare twelve lines published/*; months "BEST.DxTnnso DICTIOKABT la the English John P. Sandersop SOI'T ir., Jacks"rflleOssian Weighing i os.or underbeingtti been(directed to afflicted with this diseas* nlT aSL
( ) 6 10-35 himself 'hi -labors batingr ntr
1zr B. }I&t,SoI'r S. Cir. ;K. sing;. *..' ; and safe Xourul *"P
;; : for V -. .. $1000 Language. Over i i pcI pyej; cs.s /6.jj 12 .20 30-i; ibe filling'df;orderaffroTB abroad. t- -; ., remedy, ,. JAMFx,T, tfjir l 'JTo
** 13 00 Over 1 ci and not over It os, 9. I830 -TfOvMlos.ftiuloVover2ori2.24 Tbi'marrter in'whicb'be' has been'led, to "
t ; Two squarea,for six mental, : ? -: ? i.' .v'and -COUNTY-OFFICERS. ; ?;} 60. E.Foinsett, Esq. -5 ,.<.
'c' Legal and other Business Cards, per sn. "10 00 (First name Judge of Probate; aeoontl name Clerk andVnnwUiia. 40j place himself in his prti'eni position is,as -,
Over2 J19fWv.
os. not, overi2Jpi.j.l5 J t
to debtors and erediters, 7 00appuuonror1eu'ota' of CI. Court thrd name S1ieriff fourth nane f'ollbfrf4A'eTS0MIfriend' :afflicted with
Notice -
'4Acc3Au astusti'.in giving just & jsz f y ltf DearSfrUhare
ltoocnrauInG4adtn. )
fi 00 (whenever 10 15 failed of?obtainini relief trIe4zvviyy.ts
$ingle.rileuaboye'4- S 10 Dy'sentery, having ? ein
-- C: Ae Language/ Collector.) fot
'U' cesand5n,15
: Notice f ApplScation for dismissal as Adminlsvlrator Assessor and Wutern Circuit.v. 111. Over i-os. ftnd".notj.over 1 ol.1020.. ,,43 3t from the rig lar,'facuity one'da #.;addressed alert i cure for this dsngero dIe,. ,
i 15 .80 -! i
-- Over lo& andnotover.il 01. .80 '
: Mt)0"For'ftnneuncement ) thns--It is1'said that every.soil and ever known beard of
i- ,$ oui-' tUo') JFeer.r 4 cffict.Esoamia Oyrfl-os.aadnotoyer2.ul. 20 40 40 60 hirei or My

of candidates for office, SCO Charles N.Joidsn Pcnaacols.' Over 2 ox, and not over 2k oi. 25' 60_ m: -'5-, -c1im 'ptoude irt antidote for diseases per about duced twOir to oat,, bad jy s was .

No anneuaeement wDl be made nnless the some F. E. DeLaru&, I ciiliartothfclocality;' if so; yba, with your Bottle of a'skeletona
r1; L ,. F. DeLarna.' .- From'and after the 80th June 1851, the knowledge of 'the field and' -woodmnuet your "iNDL4jILQXtu
be accomparfed with the ameunt charged. Santa Rosa John Chain MfltOnr' mode of computing iterates upon*inland letters Ithaactedllkeaehaymth. gb1lifg n
benefit will be _1''a know of sometbihglb relieve me.? ro,1ng and may be seen by those
Editorial notices lor iprivate, 4' E. SAmos _I.e. letters from one office within the United 'ho o n
isaiah CobbJr.' to 7another and also "The reply'Was, that be was Acquainted eve. -
barged double tbe rate of advertising. States or Territories : ;tzpon. ,
will a THE:TWOST COMPLETE ACCURATE, Walton, Daniel MoLeod :Uclean letters between tht United States And the iBntiih with the properties pf some plants and roots

% lUllriooa ,Obituary,rad Marriage notices, 'AND RELIABLE DICTIONARYt OF. THBj -'4, AnguaD. MoKinnon -- -- North American proinoes-is to bo as follows, to whjch he believed would :bave the desired ,To' E. PolnietI, Ei. -

!! lepub shed gratis.Communications. LANGUAGE." --I Dii; Abner Win WMcCoIlum Ilaker ., Cerro. G do wit: Single ra.teIf cot exceeding-half but ounce not; effect; and animated with friendship, he set ,, 'S?. Ncwow_Fls ,seiy i,isi.
double rate,if exceeding half an,ounce,
must be post paid. '' Pear Sir This
is ,
W Brett 'a medicine immediately t. tt certif thai tw BoW.
4' ,4' Martin -: exceeding an ounce; treble rtto.If exceeding an about the preparation'bf Medicine ef
:-:-- U RobtJt.-GoIdcn' aunce, but not exceeding an ounce'and:a half;. : The'material:was. gathered by his tour 'aNDlANLcECUST"
( 11111 permanently cured
--- COAUCTIONEERING wuhbt; andes on charging aa>additional;rate'forevery band and then carefully compounded. twoo/onrNegroet,of*sea
4 GEORGE H. SMITH fi -, .4 NormanA.cuxipben_ own rere DJmho.. I tah pleasure Iareecssmnij.
' additional bill onus. or fraction of half ounooI
. AND COMMISSION U JohnATabor 4.Jacksn letter'to It was completely successful-the cure was your valuable Meiiein.-. being wlLhoudout'
of rates
IThe mode
MERCHANTS. Fed'k R Fittm&n countries effected. :The fame of this'cure, spreading one of lb.heel.and sai remedJ. j
Great Britain, and to all other foreign ,
'- that I bars
; JACKSONVILLE, FLA.nnUE '4. S.C.BeUamy 'U the British North*American provinces excepted among circle of friends, induced frequent heard.ofox- -.--seen. Yours truly

bare entered into eoJL 4. Jame5GrinLi will remain'as at present,under the acticfSd applications for-the medicine, until, to avoid To EPofd tt'E W.OsMCINTYII&
SUBSCRIBERS Stephens March 1&9 and agreeably to instructions -
( partnership for the nepose of carrying on Calhoun .- It. B. Evans io ntitown to the table of foreign postages. the trouble making preparation each i3AcasowYIrJ.zlune flth.isaiDear

2:;' the above business, and-are prepared to make '4 : cl3eflJ.F.P&rkeT .DIRECTIONS. time, quantity was made-up and kept..on Sin I have/ used yw ,

.; $t ales either e*consignment or at auction of the, (one firm of And thirty other members of the United States 4'-' ..: Thee. J. Land' '.Jst. Every,lette parcel,'not'exceeding! half hand to give away, without thought, .of fa my family,and have found It ft?Tery vanuS
Both Bennett
T. .ApaIachloola
; the firm being an auctioneer.) Franklin Arch'd for Diarrhoea.
More than remedy I -take
well with the merchants and citicensof Senate. 4' Sam'l W. Spencer 1 an ounce in weight,shall.be deemed &single letter accepting a remuneration. one great ptoisute i'
are recommending it to the publieJACXSOTSTLLX .
.ip of rate/ .._ hundred effected., jAt by
the Interior, which gives them the advantage I cures were length,
0'1 of making ready salts of any goode or mer- --. Middle Cfrcuit. I 2d. All. drop-letters- letters placed in any the advice of friends, and tired of the inroads Egber Respectfuflj Poinselt,.ns., J.E.TOWNSE
$ office for transmission but' for delivery
not ,
ehandiu which may be sent to them on consign GadsdenEdward C. Loves Qulncy only pot, shall be charged with postage at the rate of made npoti his time and purse,he determined
,. : ment. Robt C Lester' for sale ,E. Fla, May 17,1881.
N manufacture the medicine
President of the United States. one cent each. to
their attention to making good
, ; win give Dear SIR This
They 4. Samuel B.Love to
$ f may that
and immediate sales. They would respectfully solicit Etymological pert su'asses any Ihiny that 5d. Each deputy postmasterV'wnose compensation that what had proved a blessing to a yon lad a
0 McLean under
41 Hugh negro girl suffering -a severe
L ..- patronage from merchants and tradesmen of bat teen done fur the Engluh Language" Leon DaTid-W. Gvyua Tallahassee for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the few, could not lose its virtues from being anhcea,and that the use of one bottle attack of ef u.
SOtb June did not exceed send through your
1q : Other cities, who wish to sell goeds in onrmarket. Oscar A. Myers ) $200,may offered to the many, or from having Us mercantile preparation called "Indian Loxecust"ffeetaaQ .<
attended the mail all letters written by himself_ and receive *
.. 4 : Any business in their line will bo promptly '4 Haley T. Blocker through the mail all written communications price''instead of'being gratuitous. cured her,and I would take this methoi of n.

rr': to. GEORGE H. SMITH 46 John II. Rbddcs Newport" addressed to himself,on hit private buriiuti,which This, then, is the origin ofPosrrr's commending- Yours it as a. very' valuable Medieiuet '-

JOHN W PRICE. Wakufla WmV 3. Council Mound a- shall not exceed in weight one half oon je, free of ISDUN LoXICTST.He Mr. truly, JOHN' *Wiy'JACXSONTtLLX -
; Egbert I'oinsett.
REFERENCES.-A M Reed. Fcrnande, Bibce U'. postage i lljis-does not authorize them to frank
4Je I' Abijah Ball does not enter the fieU as a competitor
& Co. R Boulter & Co.; Samuel Willams Alsop any letters unless written by themselves,apd on July 23 1SB1 *
; AIfonso B.. Combs ,
for favor in the ranks of .
public QuackeryHe
Boston & J A Laroche their private business only; nor.does it authorize
& Boun, Jacksonville: Gunby, Thomas L Chaca Mticel6 Dear Sir: Sometime since wW
a '? Jefferson attsc&ejy'a
-,' E M Moore &Co.. Seaborn GooJall, S n- Craven G. Fife them to receive Creel of postage any;thing but has no dreams of building up a splendid severe Diarrhcoa- o severe that I could not atV

I. Tannah. Jan. 15. 182. tf. U Daniel T.2enizo'I written communications addressed, to themselves, fortune in pills and potions. Yet be doe* tend to my business. : I was recommended to try-

' ; AGENCY John Woolen 4' and on their private business.- not profess to be so disinterested philan- your "INDIAN LOXECUST.": I proeured es.-

FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON I'Every itAolar knows its Value." Madison Alex'rMoDonald Court-house" Xewspaper Rntn, per qvajrterwhen sent from thiopist as to offer his medicine for the pub Bottle of it. At the same time two members tt

'4 Sami. ft. Sessions the to actual anif'bona lie alone. He wishes and myfmflywere: afflicted with the same dueawj*
E. office of publication, fide good hopes realize We
Kennaugh an
William U JohnH.Patterion used the'medicine from the one Bottla
AVEN''F, '4 Robert MeKinney 46 : a fair'return for his labor,and the expense and I am now happy to fafarm that it
.. ,. If EAK WILtARI HOTEL PENNSYLVANIA From after the 80th of June 1831 for each you eon
)I.. 4 Continues to give his prompt attention to the a rrangement Hamilton Henriy i. Stewart, Jasper not exceeding three ounces in; :weight, to which he has been subjected.-- .He ns all entirety. We are now all well and heart*
end prosecution of claims before Con 4' William Dai. newspaper offers ho universal remedy for."me ills that from the luo of only one Bottle of your Valuable'
1 : a Taluable work- HECESSITT .10BTXUT the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly '
Avery '
, or 'of the Executive Departments.ii -i.' Wm.J.J. ii an Medicine. Yours truly, .
rees any in advances These rates only apply:where flesh is heir to, but'simply claims. to have "
:- : Claims arising from the Revolutionary, Florida EDUCATED MAS. '4 Jeremiah i3 Smith the taper is sent from the office of publication to discovered a remedy in vegetable king- TIMOTHY- HARRIS.
Mexican Invalid Revolutionary, Half Easlern Circtiit. 4bToE.PoInaettEsq..
: :: or wan; actual and bona fide subscribers. '
dom Iota certain kind of disease ,
pay or Widows' Pensions ; Naval or Army; Columbia Geo. S. Herbert AUitorI. ; Mandarin FU. '
.. law of Feb. 11 that when be it will! be ,Oct I.1851.
: Bounty Land1 Scrip, under 5 &arborouh believing says cure, -Dear Sir-Some time since I was visit
L 1847.or August JO,J848; Arrearages of Pay and ," A. .1,T;Wzi hI but speaks what the name of that medicine your place, and was suddenly taken on a- MU
b- very riot}
i Mileage due returning Volunteers; Claims for .'Lawrenee'K. 1IckleP in the Seminole dialect! -THE TRUTH Your Indian Loxeenst wax 'recommended.
Hones lost and other Property destroyedj Ex- .4 The most i&trsAn and DT.TARt Dictionary Alachna ''A. M. Carton Nevntnav1lle purports friend that f was visiting happened to have bot*
'4: : pei.a incurred by Volunteers before being mustered of the Language." Saml Russell tie of it fa the house;and I used It;and takeptos.
S-... ?: and received into service ; Waggou-mae- r- 44Duval Chas I.;Wilson. U 1iii sure in informing that it f
you cured me. am1averse
; ter and Ttanuters* claims; Marines'sailors, 'Felix Livingston Jacksonville 44 lomn I11JM to having my name in print,bnt sfiflLfor
PSK. &e., &e. UIsidoreV. GarnieGeo. Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts. the benefit of those that be
may afflicted.
Having all the forms necessary for:a proper "'a H, Smith 41 Net over CO miles 25 15 10 5 2 Ij THE MOST CERTAIN AND ,SAFE. publish this if you think Uiecessary. you san
.,. presentation of claims, together with the rules 44Nassau Uriah Bowden MandarinPalatka Over W .- Yours '
and not over REMEDY FOR THE, CURE OF with respect,
; L. and regulations governing the different Depart- -- 300 miles .503O2O1O5 21 fj -SUSANNAH HARTLEY.
-i, venta,he is prepared.to undertake all claims, of M AQKS WILL ILAPSB before any other Dictionary 44 C.C.Bessent, Woodstock"Mills Over 300, not over 1000 Dr E Poinsett, Jacksonville Fla. '
1l__ .' that kind!soever,that may require the services of the Language will be required" 44 A. J.BrnddOCk'St. mifes -- 75 ,45 80 15, .7i 3| CHRONIC DIAJRHEAAND'
r- John's Gad Humphreys Augnstfae
fan Agency at this place. OverlOOOnotovcr2000 Graveltg WI1Oct.O,11

;4 4 Particular attention given to the proper settlement 44 Peter B. Dumas' ".4. miles ,, 1006040 20 105 !Dear Slrr'Yonr Indian Loxeenst is agoodmed*
,- of Quartermasters'accounts.. 44Putnam Raphael B.Canova Over 2000,not?over 4000 DYSENTERY .ine.Some time since purchased&bottlsfrociA'LRcedEq.your.gntan4gov.it -

4S Charges moderate,and regulated the amount H.R.BIanchardStanislaus miles ., 125 75 '50 -25 12i 61 to one,

:,.. ; claimed, and the extent of services required. LL. D, of Scotland, author of 44 GlinskiKobert "" Over 4000 miles 150 90 60 30 15 7jDIRECTIONS. Which has ever been presented to the pnbEc.It of my negroes that had suffered Tory much from
must "Ch.Philosopher. etc. 44 T. BoydOrange a severe attack of
a' : communications, to insure Insertion, Dysentery1. It cured him. Soon
;: ; ;. to post paid dec 4-tf -- William Campbell Enterprise : stands upon its own-'merits,and needs' ? no afterwards I had another negro attacked with the'

'4 ; SAM'L .HOYTr& Co., '4 Henry A. Crane ,Mellonvillo 1st. WttUy papers only;when 'sent as above puffing. OSflr HAS NOT FAILED TO .CURL same disease, ,purchased another bottle,aad i*

AMERICAN- AND FOREIGN nnIn 44Marion Elijah Watson stated,are to be delivered free in the county where IN A SINGLE ISSTASCZ.a 7 cured also. .- .
4l.r AGENCY EEil CflM1SSIO MEIICII John M. Mclntosh Ocala they are published$ and this although'conveyed f I do not hesitate' moment fa recommending-
44 Robort Bullock Valuable preparation la compounded Indian
in the mail over 50 miles '. rglHIS. your Loxeeust to the public, aa being the
: CITY OF XVASIIIWGTOjr, The Buying And Selling Of U .3. E. Ilelrenston Flemmington 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300 square M from several medicinal'roots growing in the moat certain remedy for Dysentery that I have

WTNPEI the direction of AARON HAIGIiT. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL 44 Jesse M. Willis Ocala inches, are to be charged one quarter the above Wilds of Florida. I'Ia pvmy..and. WHOLLT.Vegetable ever na d. or heard of- If you see proper,you eaa

. U PALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON -" IMPLEMENTS AND Southern Circuit rates. 4 and designed !carariALLY for the cure publish thia> .__

., GARRETTSON SNET11EN of New MACHINERY ililisboro' Simon Tnrman Tampa 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to exchange of the above disease. Thelpventor and Proprietor 111'PKIcE
Orleans,Attorneys and Counsellors;of the Supreme 64 Martin Cunningham free of postage one copy of each number is fully convinced thatit is an.invaluable Dr E Puinsett,IiokaouvW
i:.: Court of the United States. ALSO, '4- Bcnj. J. Hale* only; and this ,privilege extends to. newspapers Medicine. In fact the test'that he has given it
." .; 'This establishment is formed for the following Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones; Ensopus, Hernando Elias G.Knight Spring Hill published in Canada. fa the town fa which ha resides, and the astonishing DrEPoinsett- Jacksonville. ,Fla., Sepi.25,1331. -

., objects, :- Colngen, Cullin and Bolting Cloths. Abo! every ,t Malcomb C.'Peterson 4th. The weight of newspapers must bo'taken success withrwhkh it has met, warrants have been .- This is to .certify that 1
. 4: -L For praetlcicg law fa the Supreme Court of kind of produce North and South, and CASH paid U Nathan M.Moody or determined when they are in a dry state. him in saving that it is 'a, POSITIVE CURE. the permanently cured of a severe Diarrtuea
-. : the United States, and conducting professional for Wool, Hides, Deer Skins, and Shipping Furs. U Ezekiel L Sclph I 6tb. Postmasters not entitled to receive He has therefore come- to*.the determination to by use of your most valuable medicine called
- business before Congress. SAM'L HOYT. HAMPTON i. BILBO.. Monroe Benjamin Sawyer Key West newspapers free of postage under -their Cranking place it within the reach of all, knowing how many Loxeenst, after suffering for more.than tt
!. For the prosecution and recovery of a'l claims 1 James M. Brace well v -"- privilege --, > suffer with this very unpleasant and otto dan- months with that distressing disease. >I take pleat

M4s .' id law or equity, against the United States bcfote References! U- Robt. Clarke 6th.Payment fa advance does not entitle the arerons Disease, particularly fa the Southerand sure in recommending your.most' valuable medicine '

:r : Congress or the executive Departments, or Metsn. AXDERSO* & Co., FRANKLIN BRANT-- U John Boyle -' 4'; party paying to any:deduction.from-the above Western States 'to all similarly afflicted- .

against! foreign Governments before Boards of LET, WEBSTER & PALMES, SWIFT, DENSLOW & rates lf ;ln purchasing my 04 Indlan'Xoxeeast'? be 1remsiayourstruIy,
i ; .. mmInnev4.si. Co., Savannah, Ga.; Wa. P. MILLER &- Co., 'And x'ofl1ct Tax Assessor and Collector. particular and look.' for my wriUen. sIgnature on. A. J.JOHNSON.,
.; : 3 For the'settlement of accounts with the New YorkRrooiES NooBS.ILison &Co., BoTs- _- Ratei of Postage tote charred umn all trnntitntNewipapert the label. Formerly of JaaksonvUle,N,CU.

,t.. -. .. ... State, Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office, and ton, Mass.; F. B. LOOMIS, LSQ., New London, and; every other description of Printed I refer the publie' below to'a few certlJIeates'lected Curro.f,FLA., Oct.r 1351.-
4- Interior Departments, and obtaining the remu- Ct; IL McCoMBs, ESQ. Wilmington, Del. $1OOOOOSAYED !! Matter, txrept Ifetnpaperi and Periodical*, from among, SirjOneBettleefyoorLoieeust
: ble citizens of Jacksonville.. .. buoaJplelely
.- "- eton of fines,penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged Savannah, Angnat 23tb, IS31. 'sept.'4-ltd published at interval not exceeding thru month ,- cured
kt 4;? Tiolatlona of the revenue, post office, or other IRE UPJARIJ STREET and Fletcher 'and tent from the office of pitbUcatn*to actual b .? ,EGBERT POINSETT., obetinat one o-m1mes of a long ItI5ZV
,, II Street;JVew York. -Three Stores and their and bona fide tuotcnbert., Pr S.- Planters- should be DIarrhms.-From its complete sad ier
saws. New Goods New.Goods contents destroyed. Deeds before words I ? ( ; not without this valuable lain emceywher, all other medicines bad ile4
4. For. securing letters patent for invention Medicine
Every family, ought to keep it I take
fa '
% oin ihe.United taU or from foreign Governments ,'At Wholesale and RetailtJ3lJf IIICII'S SAPK8 AOAINll ...NOTS.-For each on hand. "'-' '- --i-*: ":;. i - pleasure medicine.teoommendinz Your, ft "as"ft mott l

and procuring land warrants and pensions ST. ECEIVED,' direct from New York; a' ELEVEN SAFES of 4iff.rentmskes ponsumed additional ounce, :or I -: A.' 14.- REED, principal Agent for J Jackson 'ie:,
with their contents) vThe.Sa .iuadoby JUch& TE.BUCKMANi.
various laws 'of the
under tho* pension UnitedStates.1 Large Assortment Fashionable"Spring f9 fraction of an ounce, 2 ville.- { ,>" '" ToDr E.Poiasett.
.: Co.defied the flames and brought out its.contents t
tbe ton -
Dross odsofFrenobllrltlsh beyond ounce; iq.
.. 6.or collections debts and,American without mark of fire, them t f *"* "'- 111R. '-'' t .T&ckso'nyiUe Nov.
h''t generally, embracing Manufacture,comprising in part -. '" upon fa this table, an.ad ,., d 8 'TESTIMONIALS. 32,1S5L'.
_ legacies;, and Inheritances,fa the (United States French oil col'J Ginghams, American do. GILBERT'S 'LETTER.TIlL dit1ona1rstowilI.becharged. Mr, E. Poiusett-.Dear Sin I take pleasure.is

and foreign conntrie French, English, and American Prints,". FIRE IN.rLEiCHER AND PtiRL 8T5, K,'T. ... ; .- 4p ,' -m- expressing to yon approbationof yourladiw
_ _
C For the purchase and sale of lands fa of "
any Chintz C4SESCUREDizt Lpxienst M.ft.'family-.inedkfae
'Furniture Fig'd and PJafa Lawns,, 'Naw VbXK'Dee201831.J -. '"1 :- r I have--.ini 11
States Territories of the Union
the loan
and -
or with
Muslins-, good suocesj.Youni
and : Zo
I Messrs. STEAnNS and 3fARnx'iueoessontoC.' OO-'rO:
ing on mortgage of real estate-lying -- SxMuECz ,P.Dee9t1.: -
- therein.moneys Do. Jackonets, Plain'and 1g'aSw1s1Mus.: RICH & Co., No. 146 Water Street,New York. ? 'Cts..Cts/'CU.L Cts. Cts. '*-'
1:: -i ..' v It For investment. funds fa United- States 4 line, \ ; ;/ .'" -' SIRS, when the fire was consuming-my-place .of Oneoi.ornBder'- -.1 2 r 3 .,. 4 *.. 5 Mr Poinsett, :n i; 'Jacksonvfflei'NoT.' 17.185I.1MrV ;
: .8iz zFor the f
collection Cambrics and Jackonets.;plain and checked, Business;No. 216, Pearl Street was absentia Overloxnotover2ost 2 4 6 3. 10, .benefit the-'alicte4you'e&n Poln8eU--This wifiinrontf ryouthat'll;
and SUt stocks ani loans, of the dividends
t.4 .4 .- .4! thereon, and,generally for the transaction ,Fig'd, Berages,"Silk" Tissues" ', very" 'rich" 'patr; Kensglaer County,testing ft new-'cleaning-apparatus *-4.2 M, ": ; '.3 w; 3 6'' 9 '. 12 f15, publish Diarrhoea the folloirins have had, seven cases of several>years ::1 have toffered'tBoeiK at difteraftl
!) 4f,4 on plantation this
term, in connection with Excelsior'Thrasher )3 44 4 is 4 .my season; !
12 times from
my 18' 20
of all business,pertaining to. ft law -loan and Chrenloasj kavettriedy t
: which
Wide Black 4' M U have been cured by tbe use 'Of most
Silk.very chiajTarseli; 4 your
ea and did not read the account until I was fearful It 5445 1520 35 Indian J..txecust, and received rahVC
1C' t '
.W banking aa efttlr
U agency.: medicine called Indian Loxeenst.Yours .- -
All communications ,and Florence Silks, of every color, was loo late to save my books which were:placed 56 'I 6'6 12"ISL2-s io and nave no reason to doubt its
addressed, postpaid, to beug peniftasati
44T%k1 : MetsrirPalmer&Snethen.'.American and Foreign ; Crjipe Shawls,plaia and embroidered, in one of, your safes, purchased from Mr. MarvIn '4 '6" '": 7". 7 14 2l 2' 35'8"8 respectfully,, JOHN PWCE.Jr." '.? Believing it to be>duty.which 1.owe,toTSe al
: '
I1ft Agency.ity Washington, will receive Paris Kid Gloves,Black and'col'd' .Lace Mits' some years a jo; ;JUy fears were not allayed when 16 2f 32 'W' STILL4NOrdER.Black :- fllcted.L present you thiscertiflcate.wtkhy tean
Do. Silk and Llale Gloves, I found it necessary upon my return to apply the ." i-94i. 9 IS 21
I prompt and faithful attention. 36 45. _use as you tnfak !, w&i ftlsa
lAnd Polka Gaiters-r .. '' 4' 4' '4 Creek Fli. Feb. 1st : sty.
Jenny before 10" ;1352.
trit. ri fcStfETHEN, ? Crotou &ter40IOurC 1waeflsbIedto 10 20 30 40 50 ; that fa conveoing with many who Kate used
: Oflce o.Carrol1Ploe, Capitolilill. iJronxe-tipped Uooteea Opera Gaiters, commence operation' after which it required .4' : Sarsii &mTtiieTeTncT Tm e?of niy medicine,I; ba.vsDo foun one who did LOll you;
JI1'yz._ _lawtt. Single TiesBu8kins, Slippers, &e.. ., hours of. labor and application false the 'Salamander ? 'DIREQTION8.- family was very ill,'indeed,'with a Diarrhoea.I cir1ief. ,' 1t
.The most Approved styles of Spring Bonnets, ,from Its ashy bed.- You ma/Judge of my ,.1.On every translept'oewspaper.nnsealed'elricuW resorted to several things usually?gir en.'for the -

Bonn Land dnd General Agency Do.ChildrcnV Hate, Silk Bonnet, richly anxietyduring ibis delay! and my'agreeable surprise handbill. ngravlng,pamphlet.periodloaL Disease bat none f them would .a1forijuny.bif..iou ie- PaatohodS4hurcb J&CkTI
trimmed and of the latest fashion,.' upon opening the safe fa the 'presence a magaune, book,ajid evefy .otherS descnptlonTof Indian('Lojecust,,was recommendedl ,

;r :--- Yaitnton, French Flowers, rich.Bonnet Ribbons; '. number of gentlemen find my books and papers printed matter the above rates must fa all cases by several person*;.I mado up my mind to try it, : iJack3onvileDe 4th.lSSJ./

. .fy .TOZPU.T.WALKEftwill.give; prompt GCntkrIUII'S.W&r-'q saved--and as legible as they were previous to be- prepaid.according to.thwoIght. _, -? and amyorjglad (did so,,a*one BotUe.-eflected a irThree"parti-of ft
'. .4 a,. ,an* efficient attention to .the .BOUNTY Boots,Gaiters, and Sboei-. _,, vit the Sre. Th6 intense heat to which the Safe was '2. Whenever say printed matter on,which the ft ,cure. You will pJs5Cerpnb1isbthiC.r.ssisQchsysluable Bottle of your most rateable'medWne called Wdlan

.1'd4h.4 LAND CLAIMS officers and .oldien engaged ,Ready mado.Clothing,a splendid assortment, subjected, can be conjectured from the condition postagsK.'requJredfo be"prepaid;shaU'through .Medicine, ougfit, to'be4uoyvnta Loxeeust ha entirely relieved me of a sev r
in the FLOXIDA WAR, or fa either of the Iwxa *c ? eome.worflne.! &: ;i of.Another safes [not a Salamander] of which -an. the inattention'.Postmasters, or-ptherwise be the public- :Spread i* far sn4< near fa ordft that attack.of'. Diarrhoea.; I eheerfuHy wcomuead

': f f' W>Min whieh tht 1L or tin War with GreatBritain; of 1812-to equal to New York prices;; The country public of book-They;were,couipanins,.fav the with'double_ the above rates. EUJ4BICL -- ----_ With reepeet years&e./ *

,,A: -' elaUaf on the U.States for MILITAXT SKRVICJUfcrrLrcs are solicited to call and examine Goods and prices.OQFAtlho $ came office,on the second floor, from which .they .3. Bound books and -parcels of printed-matter, iqE; ; PoinMtt.t r-i--TILUX-C.ANDREWS.

: .' ,rxnsion, LOST rtorxarv, tc. and to Brick. Cash Store. fell upon crates of earthern;ware in the cellar,1 tb, not weighing over'82 ounces, shall be- deemed &;---r-: .. .-- i.u.iijjfu ;. .ii.i.
, any description of business requiring an Agent or .ti5 t -." 1La3LMERMAN. ruined safe upon the SalamanderJf,their/posi- mauable matter .. .'_ / '-- IKISV fir E\ ,' *im- : For the Afflicted. *

; :!.-::- f Attorney t Washington. "procuring Land lion-bid been Treversed, not even the skeleton \ Periodicals published at Intervals,not exceed- Dear Sir Thj
: ,,ts i Warrants, his charge will be $5. In other cases 'JOSEPHGeneral 'G itIqE ; would hive remained.. ..My lou over'tbe tosur- tog three monUjivaad sent from the ooe'ofpub-/ of your medicine, called I5DLUI LOXKOI&T, has \Ufo*th e Aahthmatla and Consoaptla;.Hef Wie

r4* the charge will be proportioned'the nature and Cbmmiisioh moo Is 1,900,yet the salvation of. difficulty of tbe case. '- Merchant. your tialamander, with-; tba representatives' oharged.with one.half the Tnentkmed attack of Dyson teryjf I couside* ft aa,excellent &o.j Tonic Pill -andBUtenfbr the-.lJyspjepUfl;
A He wfllalso act connection'wUh; ; 8G wrATEftjST.NEvv YOtI'8riicx $100,000, and important documents which could fa tho last above table, and of a.'iar.
; fa AgenU.ror prepayment mediciuq.for.. ; complaint, and take &ntaXgIe PilL;,Ointments,and TInetares, forth*
, vfr... AUorneysfaFI rtdav who may be employed *fa and prompt attention'given to the isle'of not be duplicated,has fully compensated maLI ,A tert postaget thereo must iu all cases be required. sure fa reoonuue dfag it to toe public greoirpleft-* relief of NephatteV Utariae,Rheumatic and gouty
4 3Lim; : Bounty Land and other claims," on-terms which an articles of produce entrusted to his ciret $ will afford me'great pleasure to/exhibit.The Periodicals published IfatirraU-'more than I4esp.qtfuLyjours.,2* Isina; PanatsIma Piaj.sd Mtflsre. *wane

) '..t. ., Letters [which should U and all orders-' promptly complied with;'' new-safe purchased 700,and explain its merits three months are charged with the full r te-wbJeh 'h 1-ff 8_ .L,.Fi.zr'ta.NDEZ.- lug speedflyeiIotuL .tjOonad.,) *snooa su4otherdiacbargei
:'': oetpsliwmv. fannedlate attention. _pl29-tn 1stI!:_-i.-- ,sfil.k: .w* at my present oee.No.251--Pearl street, where I mrepald' lTo I r.Polnsett.-' : from the urlnazr orgss; Styp.

?;Jnne6.- __ -lawtf, shall remain until;the new.Imilding, No. 218, Is 3Noerula ease therels on o inperiOdical.paxuph1e tie,foruterine and Othet Hmmor'bsgea ,&ntiby-
.* .; 1 *?" ... f :.'* ts 3oHrA4ATER;DRUGGIST Yours t '
_. - - ,. ereotedL" reipeotfullyA r otherprialed)isstt.er' Qr 1JOF4iJ; I ( dropieal Ointments, Powders sad Potfoiu,for mdneing

DOILNER&POTTEfl1CoMiilee1ou ; TollM, -'Brongliton' treet, SBTAhnah, Ga 1 t JOSEPH 9sGu.CzaT.'fbi .- pper oonnecte4 ethere'witb, 'nr msnuacrfVI of ? dropsical sw.m.;'Vard1&1'Pil2s: for
HerchanU -. .. w pEHar'iroV'ial* artioii"ln'-.bU undersigned IB vlter conntrr merchants'and any ;4bywhic! Informst1o* shall b.ek.t foe, g oH'iBeae F l2th.1852, disease of the etart andpurifleation of the blood;

*I *treetj.Corierflsiie.a 1m ,, .tina of.business; besidesr; I others faterestedfa the preservation of their Bboks or the communioate ii writing, oxby tarka cviigus stD Sir--HavIng''Uod your 'niost valuable Alterative Pill for tue renovation the conadtutIojAtl4aeteri4 -
Medicine eaOed Indian' Lexeoust 'with1
: from firebut particularly those having:.Rich'ssafes orotlier completesneceasInbnyfamilJ'E1fee1Il&dnryIowtsyq 1Pftetvyjaad
: vpata1rlNw.Yrk .Spirit! Gas, Gas; LampiCamphlnefLandreth' : PiUteLflifttterbeconiea ;
; in nsel call atlhe 146 Water iubjectto4.t4.r podage : diarrhoea; Magic tinctures and Embrocations for
to depot street ,
; 4a tWILL attend promptly to all. JbasAnes.) entrusted : v"; Wuriite''" fresb. Garden". NewYorkM"scethe; interior of MKGilbert'ssafe and it 1atb dnt p' the Iostmsste $O'emove and the publio to inform you that myself and two the speedy relietof nervous Affections, lOpOCiaflY

t,1j; -' to their care, Partievwr attention given tio the zi.- with the" books undisturbed,which 1ietas; the wrappers aad velopesliTo pal maU children Jia.ve beeu-eoreduof ft-severe iDiarrhcaa those femidest" "Disinfectant'and 'Prophylectie
uot Cotton; Lumber, Timber Turpentine, 4-: "5V kindly permitted trffremsfaf for the'satisfaction ter and pamphlets notollftrged with letter postage with it,when nothing else would giveiua relief.-r Wabeatbe forner 5CUr.Iga1natInfeOtIOUD'*
LrI, also to. the purehAH uf goods.tM.4 twholesal and retail. for the
? UJtoraZia PubliakthU if VeutraJIxeK
N. B ; and patioa.tfoubftbe poblio.w% r *> I Aft Ur1o'eofaaoertain1ngc-wbether yo4 please i Yours,respectlnlly.r 4helatter by at!chemical ,51eontau
.Uberil edvaeewent anda on eoisfgnmets. >f6plnt* .manufiiot ured,tad' always" fresh, Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults/and Vault upon connected with,-any,sach'printed matter ft ; 0 QHLS.Btl.GWN.-j _1 __ -* _%.?_ *process_ A4* 4 *Jt tA
ft- ; i'e
1TFebruariI9.I82.J7._ _. and.fbfle es lowiacan; purchased fa the in such .
; Doors,promptly and faithfully execntedf t-fcfcj I /package;any matter; orthing-: which TG ir J oasett e ,
': $.IsIaud CottonOtni. No4beraznarkeIforeaahogaproyed credit.sneaou.- ?* ,- K'r ---t. STEARNS fc MARVlNvsi* would authorise or require the charge of. higher '

; ,lr .feu' sfc -. ,.. SuocessorsioRioh&Coj- rate.ofposUg- thejfewht* 5rN.S.lIAlJL,, I L: i4'6tl55J, Salve-for sores;Unguents; for wa,' i lldIi
'to cpportanUj CoT $3OEEW.AD. ." I <1M Water street, and corner Avenue A''and St. .POST :nw\-i4VfcPostmast: rGeneraLi ify it U with much pleasure that I barns,lea.;CollyrU,form eyesjJDwCoUutories
4'J.4. thfOrmth.pIant.notLoflg-8tap1. Marks FineejNCw-.YorktI If1 : Omcrs DK &ziin announce to thePmbllothat; I have-been reffeotu-
I I ijp.l : for.the teeth and gvffisf-and
t astha.I h fttOl continue the manufacture of
) -''Owners f-the'exolugtveright of Hielrt Patent ally cured of the distressing complaint-called Dnentery pnn.f&ot&sd.to rder 00cinas
ROLLER. HQESE GLNS ,don r4v t1. 12th i Jnne inst/.THKEE NEGRO _- ..,. other rem e' ,
for the whftH of toe United States'and'the -J ** *4 'i-' !br the bIgWyrecminended remedv. of
: gltat bis nsoal?r tei and ti freftdyi to tENFkngalI; Gilbert and'Gate? 'Flri- only .:Notice' : Mr. E, Poinsett, ThadT.rVwrted
makers of Salamander safes -
$ both $ many
*f rather combinug |* TO fliEr
an iiip. Mtbberte4tLcea. Pghteomplexl all- OFRICEjjiOL.DIER '
$ but of
Ofttani.Iwa induced
) called -
*p jherfpuUUon of tie Gins,apply 4b the fojlowbic tar, stoat built,,and about 23 years of age1.' *Gil, 'RflY eafis.flomm>* bert the __ ZmprevemeatJ mr grtat'issi8icUew
Afentt;or totbeerwho bir them fa'user answers: description Fincall but is of _
** i -* -* j jl l pXTTO ratbeH'oomlBxion-Hiarad ageL F5J4w ih = wasOomp1eteIyirdIwItb1'rs'few
Cain, '
about Aet 9Jnehei high,Qfjtberaieaer build :B Y arecent Act of COcgreu, ocers and day''snd have not'beeilrottWe4''iln- Sritt thai
; t'a so much dttaded diseaseuv" ..suJiU -
t tilfyfrb
dletjwho have
and ft coal black t his,frout teeth is jomewhat de! recelve4 Ae.ent1tled
otADVnur.; b.zlestenr8O / eayed-ftbottt24ytart>ld.'*" -, to BOUNTY';LAND,for.enIe. oflmenth 'Ismapyt* immediate cares have ,$flG In hnid and fri *&to$100, eOd

-. t'. "The above reward'will-be paid(together wltbJ- or more r'the widows,and minor children of those oomender p' lobserT.xtion withfa;& (eV l lag to eQOtfaCt and$ urt.4
0 -all fl.oeseT741p.ases- trantpontton the dace&sed nil 1aq'enUUed'hs Subscribe r wifl mit. tothsa1xea4y I nnr.1am dooth1neurb4S$1e1.
(. aving'eetIy; opeued.geMt1j Iznderta&e, at-amod rst.' rest smoundegipiej yribjeg4 to
delivery the fcUve negroe*to th* uslesge oompenhabL.n..tthe your
the"above House,'would claims of those n *f. / ?*
.; s eo't&'co; aeaniabGI. : : on l1O premlseiJor fiatoreach of-them e' interested.LIathrbeea spte
-- -. 4ieltihe patrosageef Ui tml .4 bi public omee tz Orders from,
; -- rt M- WiX* > < -- t : AgeeL time eomeflveJosix rdftnu noc isae .-1* such mntters will enable bIn.t"2aford "cat- E.3PoinsetEe.t-- $* praix"enesd I
lthsmWILh ),t4 I 'aj lS$3
i. fire placesjdTh JPo. "*IK"i **

I G Melnlosh PJan on3; to-wltntnbne hundred and fifty yards of t'Pqst lOS.n4 save grss$4 $. f.trobto :-Dear- :Sir- tiohri
i r Ki: *)bea matter of duty aaLLI4 f fl 1LU FC
4 ; ea t nad'of tue .,__ alj i Iae6I1vln.Jgn.m't4i for GeubOQWI fourlrsepql a4 Mdezpsso.le charge iamnd., b obtains.bthing, no: to inform you thai I(lid Uen'laboring ;under a.! ,

extb i .j'od.e.t.i4ed. 1.sou&atInt ji1jI -r4W-4 -, 1- 1oasbigfr O sla 4U tott. post-paldyill receive very tlolent attack Diarrhoea,which bIedIha
/ ied-week Po2pt sttept1oi ,u :tbs *soesa4ry-.XQrs4M4 kill ohMento ikelrrtmaini** ra
14 j U'Agenta Iyz. further particulars apply at th ooej of inltruoltong -, -- '- two PbyjnclafciJ fthd Jtende.redTm. uaable,
8. L. BURNS, TT EMOJT ftTBCP12 dot; LEMONM..14&UP tk 7aokaoniIU. ltepubliosn and News. : -- : 1 '- I. to do any work.- .But fortunately, when about to1 CERIES, PROVISIONS. HOCLES AB

: St.Mftry'i ForsalT : --- -- JAMES ASKEW -C-WBENETTMt',- give np all hop of ever ebtainlag relief 1 heard Ito.,wUeb they are eBtoffR.
: ;, .Jt.1wr. Jn 17 JAMlSfiHAKHAM.Baj- t, Palatka,Jaanar8.1852- ,- tf. Octeber- 1859- Washington- -ii:. C. of jour"INDIAN LOXECUST and.the use ". BOULTBtt M-
4Jr Pi
.u fif 4f9 Bottles hai entirely restored ma to health i 76.1i py.i

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