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 26, 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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BUSINESS CARDS. TilE IVY IK TIlE, DUNGEON.UK GADSDEN COUNTT.-The Gadsden Whig. a''co-operation' with the 'Di'sunlonists of I cannot tell if Gen..Scott called any SoiUpresieioftbe:: .North .p.w.z

CHARLES UACKAY. hav'made the following Assembly nomina- South Carolina and other Southern State trwFlorUianP U
The cow-stealen or not, ashave I : Gen..lJierce-they.: know the: t.an4the- .

:X P. Sanderson, Unfed ivy by in rain a dungeon, uncheered grew by, dew, Uons For the Senate, Judge Boiling Bakei; entertaining like views. Then the people not the Order before me: if be did* i it i know that be! will carry out :their "itm. '\:

"ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW Iti Care-moisture pallid leaflets foul only and drank odors dank. for the House, Wm. H. Gibson, Alexande of Florida,: under- "the noble'stand taken by was very naughty of him, and only show The' evidence' now* before' tlae'"try- ::

his office from Columbia Love Dr. I. E. A. Davidson and JameWhaley : our and ,
; ; present 'Union-loving Governor another mistake. From the
HAVING to Jacksonville, Dnval County best of' iny recollection proves, beyond doubt,that Ge ,.Purtt stand* t1

respectfully informs his friends that he will continue But There through fell a sunbeam the dungeon-grating from the sky;high Esqs. will l be placed in.the humiliating position of of the Order, however I am decidedly in a position,:diameitioilJj: .PPpoeed..tol}the 1

the practice of his profession, as formerly. It slept upon the grateful floor Thc Campaign In the 'v ut. a people who wish to see the Constitution of the impression that these barsl South, on the aesUbn.ol: slavery and'the t
Term of
attend at each and "
H will. every
the 'Circuit Court in the several Counties o 'In silent gladness evermore. torn into rags and tatters." But, sir, i if terms were not, and were not intended to be Fugitive Slate law and no' iieminal1.: :

tk, Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of The ivy felt a tremor shoot A great Mass Whig meeting was an the people of East Florida will prove true i applied to the citizens of Florida, but 10 should cast a: vole for.him.-i: ." ;;: : {
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme Through all its fibres, to the root; nounced for Milton, Santa Rosa County, 01 to the best interests of the certain *. :. ''
Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. It felt the light-it saw the ray- the 16th. The Marianna in antici country, and lawless individuals, mostly.slrang- ..A.SIJAYE/OWNER. .J
Annutine. All business entrusted to his care Jt strove to blossom into day Whig, unite with their friends:! of the West, anothe ers, who, by spreading the alarm of Indians .. .. ''!!-'" ..)
will receive prompt attention. pation of it, said: man will fill the Executive chair of Hon. ROBERT RANTODI, membei. .of Con ,
our settlers 'Il ;
J. P. fiJuiDEESON Jacksonville among and thus driving then
It grew,it crept, it pushed, it clomb
J>uval Counts Florida. "We are assured by our friends there, i it: Yes, sir the gallant from their gress from Massachusetts, ind.adJW! a rE.
Long had the darkness been its home ; I high-minded, and honorable homes, would thus possess them.
Jacksonville.Jan. 17. 1850. tf will be an immense gathering-a perfeci fused the seat in the Baltimore 1 1of
But well it knew, though TOiled in night, I WARD will be that selves ConTenfion
man; sir,you clandestinely of all the cattle
The goodness and the joy of light. avalanche of the people for SCOTT, GRA they the 1
HcQueen Mcintosh, HAM and WARD. The greatest enthusiasm may rely upon it that no man, holding the could. If )OU have the Order, Mr. Editor, Democracy, whfch'waj'contysted! : ]by

ATTORNEY LAW, Its clinging roots grew deep and strong ; prevails." opinions of A. E. Maxwell and James E, please state in a foot note if my impressfons another claimant, died in Washington city on.

WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern Its And stem in the expanded currents firm of the and air long, ; The Whig.also_has,following: Br ome can' ever receive the votes of the are correct Does any true Floridian'' the 8th, of crrsepelas..' The diaaie first :

'Circuit.AoffiUn; the the'United Supreme States Court District at Tallahassee Court at St.; IU tender-1 Branches flourished fair. I, "We think Judge Broome might as well I people of West Florida. It remains for me want; ,proof of the fact I* mad< its apptturairrtteHri 4 pidbpllBetween* :;

and prosecute Claims for titicens in any part of It; reached the beam-it thrilled-it curled; i. come down. We cannot hear of even a to say but a few words more, and I have The courteous and "true Floridian'1 ol tb'eyes, and in a few days' J ioot4i4 ftat

Florid against the Government at Washington, It blessed the warmth that cheers the world; corporal's guard of fire-eaters in the West, done. I the News is mistaken hold upon the system, :.Tfie l remauU oVthe j
itber before Congress or at the Departments. more in his informa-
It rose towards the dungeon bars- standing up for his secession notions. The deceased have been
s r.lay:,-ADDRESS 2. 1850 Jacksonville East tf Florida. It looked upon the sun and stars. gallant WARD will sweep every thing be- i The candidates for the Presidency are tion about my holding "a lucrative officein setts. conveyed toMiwaehu x '..*. *

fore him-broom and all." both before the country. In this St. 'o'
ERSKINE It felt the life ofburstiug spring, ., section of Augustine, or any where else, than :" ..;t t

JOHN It heard the happy sky-lark sing, the State, I feel no hesitation in saying that Gen. Scott was in his with regard to the Indians /l.ont tilt Ocata Vonjenattn s i3'tJ4L '
Ward In the West.
(LATE OF QUISCT, GADSDEN COUNTY,) It caught the breath of morns and eves, MoJ.
3d US3.Mit. .
And wooed tho swallow to its leaves. GEN. SCOTT WILL BE TRIUMPHANTLY -the true Floridian" is not even half A.pst ; f'

.. Attorney at Law, The Marianna Whig contains Maj. Ward's ELECTED. Gei. P.-who knows no East, right, as I fear is often the case with him. EDITOR your'papefof July*5l it: .

Has located In Jacksonville, and will attend the By rains and dewsand sunshine led, appointments for the West-reaching to the you published ray commanieatKHPto tfov. ,
Circuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern Over the outer wall it spread ; no West, no Worth and no South"-is, in I know of no sinecure offices in this region, Brown, dated June 25th, 1852;= ',< **.'

and Middle Judicial Circuits, the Supreme Courtof And in the day beam waving free, 1st of September. A large public meetingwas return, not much known in this part of the and have heard of but few. Among them, In that communication as published*Tint: ,

for the the State Northern,and District the United of States Florida.District Court It grew into a steadfast tree. held at Quincy on the 5th, at which an State; and to that extent he M known, although however, the most conspicuous is that which made to use the following language:' 'Your (

Kit. time it devoted exclusively to the Legal profeuWI' Upon that solitary place, animated discussion was had between Maj. recomnnnded by Martin Van Buren, [[ have heard alleged (I believe untruly) as Excellency will see by the accompan'rinr
The verdure threw adorning grace. letter from Gen. Blake to me, that hl negotiations :
Ward and Mr. Maxwell. Ward left
( : -Oee In the basement under the "EepuhH- The mating birds became its guests Maj. he has but fev charms, even with his the occasion of the "true FloridianV performing : are no nearer being 'reali2ed-rtow

Stan" printing office._ly _may 20 And sang its praises.from their nests immediately after for Marianna, where he friends. The fast: is, the Pierce men about that last pirouette in which his I than they were six months since. 'Hetas ..

OSCAR HART, Would know the moral of the rhyme 1 spoke on the 7th,and then proceeded on to here are like the boy that the calf ran over :ourtesy was so much damaged-lucus a not so far seen a sub-chief,*an indication'-

Behold tho heavenly light, and climb. fulfil his their unwillingness to remove' I"ii dtlbtifurther
A 7 TORNE Y A T LA IV. appointments. -they "haven'tgot nothing to aiy." NO s lucendo. '
To every dungeon comes a ray }e sincerity of his negotiations.Jney .
Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house, Of God's interminable day.FLORIDA The Sentinel of the 17th, says: "We _JOEL CELLY. Yours, respectfully, may prove his most troublesome 'bppo-

uorsytn street.WILL hear from the friends of Col. Ward that he .
W. : ients. Time will "
practice in the several counties of the THAT "4ttli Order." developeit.
Eutern Circuit of Florida, and attend Jo the RRPUBLI CAL has had large meetings in the West and is A friend of mine has asked! rte what, t

t collection claims against the United States for received every where with enthusiasm." Sx. AUJUSTINE, August 17th, 1852. [*The "Order No. 48" does not contain: rceant by the sentence! 'which I' have 'itali-
Military services and for Horses lost or other ---------------------------------------------- : '
i ised in the above. It is tb'Gen.Ulake .
! property lost destroyed by troops in said service. JACKSONVILLE t Mr. Editor: A friend has just shown me the word cowards" in any line of it, notwithstanding butijnst
[ that I thoulj state what intended' ;
j jf Also, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or A. VOICE FROM THE WEST. the Florida Ar'rs" of the 14th inst., containing the assailants of Gen. Scott
he. widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. THURSDAY, AUGUST, 1852. sentence should be, to wit: I'questio
! Also,claims for county land to officers and soldiers CORRESPONDENCE OF TIlE REPUBLICAN.MAEIANNA : an editoral headed "Order No. 48 I represent him as applying that term to jhe further the sincerity of the negotiations of

1 and the widows and orphans of deceased officer General Assembly Nomination.. indorsed by St. Augustine Office-holders,1' : people of Florida, every time they allnde to tIe' Indian dele* ation. They may profe'his

! Also*and will soldiers.give his attention to conveyancing, August 10th, 1832.; in which the "true Floridian.. who edits i he: Order. And as to the expression "cow- nost troublesome opponents yet; time will de ;
MARION COUNTY.-We find the proceed- telopcit. I sir I nodi .
f to claming: titles and records, and ascertaining Editor of the Republican: that sheet seems to have felt the fever of I stealers," our correspondent is correct in supposing assure Gen you Blake meant. !
fI claims to lands. : ings of the District Convention, for the nom I paragement to ;
All business entrusted to him will meet with DEAR SIR : The Democratic candidate for I he: mad," and i is disposed to "'play some Gen. Scott had no reference to the Yourr B. HOPKINS: ":
ination of a State Senator for Marion and i ,
fI prompt attention;and all instruments of writing Congress has closed his appointments in licks of desperation." His epithels and "' people of Florida" in using it." It is well "
vul be executed by him with neatness and de- Alachua, to serve the ensuing term, in the
I epatch. the Western District, and retired from amongas. erms of commendation: are especially choice known that the lower portions of Alabama North Car 1da ,
Ocala Conservator. It met on the first Monday .
Jacksonville.Jan.25.1831. tf I had not the pleasure of hearing him, and courteous. Bas and libellous," infamous md Georgia, at the time of and after the '
of this month.Dr. The election in this State took place Ml'hursday

\, Joseph S, Baker, EL D. George M. Payne was elected Chair- but upon one occasion. That he is a sp ak- calumnies'' and "contempt," "vile Indian war, was infested with bands of marauders the 2d inst., and we shall not be

Ii I PRACTITIONER MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY er of fair ability, I am free to admit, and, 'insinuations '"reui/tn's," and "base calumny whose occupation was to rob and iurprised, (says the Yew York Tribne\) to
It AND SURGERY. man, and William Edwards, appointed Sec-
, I inder the circumstances, would pretty generally ," are the polite terns which he bandies, plunder, and carry false alarms to the people, learn that the party no* controllingh6 Stat
I the. Market and Forsijlk '
Office on corner of retary. Government retains its 'Gov.
!, the unite his party vote. His fortunes in wild confusion and with frequent repeti- hat thty might accomplish their designs ascendancy '
Streets, opposite Court House. : The Chairman congratulated the Conven- Reid is personally popular, an"able 'andulroit
! JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ire, however, united with Judge; Broome, ion, through half a column of amusing edi- with impunity. These VMurrellites" made electioneered has canvassed the State
tioe the
of the
on prosperity .
referred -
,, Get.18. tf. country; the candidate of the Democracy for Governor orial. I heard not bng since a humorous heir incursions into Florida, and it is to hree times; shaken hands with about every:
. to the acts of Mr. Fillmore's Administration -
( X HcRobert Baker, i ; and it is a matter so well understoodn fudge, speaking of the sadden turnings of a hem Gen. Scott plainly alluded, as witness nan, flattered every woman, and kissed every
in complimentary terms made some within its borders and
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR L.Alr. ; this section of Florida that Judge Broome ertain: political character about Washing- his language in the Order After speaking can hardlybolefeated
happy allusions to Washington's Farewell now, though John Kerr, the. Whig
JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA.A has been an open and avowed Disunion man, ton city, say that this political harlequin, at of parties of Indians penetrating Middle candidate is a fair and sensible'main but

ti ti tt i so Commissioner States of of Deeds the Union for :the following Address; and rejoiced that nothing of a hathowever much the friends of Mr.M. may he last turn he had wade, had turned so Honda, he adds: omparatively: unknown. Reid .staiteil1! for
local nature had occurred the harmony "
t Maine. Delaware Georgia. mar lesire to place him in a different position, nddenly; that he had left the seat of hisrtrxtr'Lniu1'1trr "A similar party had but a few days bel Governor in 1850,' and raised the 'try ofreehptJers.
Vermont, Maryland, Alabama, of the Whig party in Alachua and -* _.* _.L w "Thiptoposififfa.i'justlyopuar
! Massachusetts, Virginia, Mississipp'N.Ynrk. Mario1r'--- :.- ferc<:M0 9 0 k'! HMt to We 9&A atuUie ...jI; ulifjul"ule :tealers adroitly added the report that an immense > and be came within 874 votes of an

'N'ortb:SOuth t.4LrOiLna.wr roUni.. Teas.F&D -I Un motion, the Chairman; appointed J. journal in the face. In the last election in Veirs, who seems iti his last pirouette to have fresh Indian trail had been observed election, though Gen. Taylor carried the

'. _.. Smith and WilliamI. behind. But this I per rossing the Tallahassee road, near the Santa by; 8,650! mIL-
I ..L-V M. Taylor, Joseph B. his State for Representative to Congress, eft common courtesy State; in November following :
Committee on credentials, is not a subject of just complaint, or Fe bridge. jority. In 1850, Reid tried again, and now
B. M. PEAJISON, Turner, a Maj. Beard was the candidate of the Demo haps,
, Col. and Capt. Gov. by 2,774 majority car
the occasion of He adds that Fitzpatrick ran out Manly
I IIII ATTORNEY A.T LAW. and whose report was concurred in. cracy, and it was in your city that be (Maj. even surprise, considering: the falsehood rying an opposition Legislature in with him.

will HAS removed in the to Eastern Jacksonville and,Southern Florida Cir- Nominations: being in order, Joel B. B.) declared that he preferred a dissolution that pirouette, or whence he came and Shannon immediately exposed the -Now he has the aid of two late;'Whig .
practice with the motive of
culls, the Supreme Court of the State, and in Smith nominated John Scott. William Cur. of the Union to the Compromise measures, whither he has gone. together propagators presses opposing Gen. Scott; and one 6! them .
I U. S. District Court for the Northern District fever" his but the inhabitants (continues the the Whig party through :.
the L. Stewart.and JosephM. But I that his mall oc ; directly opposing
Feb.l9,1852.tf.HOPKINS : nominated John which then the laws of the land, having regret
ry Mr.
of :
of Florid Indian in Cliagi
Order could see nothing but an out. This is the special organ
have blinded hill )
Taylor, nominated Dr. W. J. C. Rogers. passed both Houses of Con less. Well, "desperation, should so whO is doing his utmost to defeat the 1
& BUAHAM, Upon first ballot, on motion, John Scott, was Mr. laxwell3s at that time connected, if as to have caused him to misquote me. The every bush, &c.-plainly party to which he owes all he is and bas j

Attorney's at Law, unanimous choice of the Con- : 1 used was, "that it was one of between these inhabitants" and the pro- but which refuses to lay 'him"'under
the the of language been
PAIiATKA, E. Fla., declared I am not mistaken, in management 1 about the Indian ,
at ,
falsehood" S.
OFFICE of the the U
in Florida for a seat m
in Orders while he was pagators further obligatidn
Scott being present, Scott's
Eastern Circuit. Business vention. John Floridian and Journal, printed at Talla-
in the the is his dtmOsttOwin
WILL practice the Sem- trail &c. It is those who charge .Gen. Senate whereupon be doing
entrusted to their care will February be promptly 19, !&attendedto. >2.-tf brief and elegant address, accepted the nom hassee, and advocated and snstained Major in which he says that during Scott, with the application of the term "cowstealers" it forthe party to which -bas'always

ftj SavanBali Republican please publish tf., and ination.On B.'s position.! At all events, he voted for "inole war there was a mighty panic the "inhabitants" of Florida hitherto professed hostility-. rHe'fmay'give

i end their bill to this office.OSSIAN motion, the Whig Baltimore Conven- B. with a knowledge of his declara- through the country, and every body that to it to them but they will take good carel aot
Major this
I that the old who perpetrate the insult upon them by itto Aim-there'b someconsolation;
I to
inclined to give .
then the Con- "heard it say
HART and was
I B. tion heartily endorsed which is to* all intents
I tion of principles, with him construction, or rathrr falsification, of themeaning in that. But he cannot give them any more
AT DAW, vention adjourned.The the that hero, as is always the case was triumphbeforeNoVentbe
ATTORNEY position
I and purposes sustaining We of the Order. We hear of ma- than a transient ,
KEY WEST, FLA., [ Whigs of the East will cordiallyhail Beard occupied. If this is not deemed more than b \right in saying so. he will be thoroughly understood, 'and the
Maj. about
J Practices in the United States and State Courtsof the nomination of John Scott, of Marion let his recorded votes of course did nol! include .the true Flori-- rauders and cow-stealers"1 prowling! State will go Whig as ever, by as much*as
us see
the Southern District of Florida. sufficient proof, belief might not tally the State even at this day, and because of Clay's bat probably: less than Harrison's7'orTaylor's
July 10-tf___ County, as a candidate for that Senatorial whilst a member of the Senate.; As well as dian, as "antecedentsvhich present he is dis this fact, it might just as well be said the majority.. '? '

JAMES H. BAKER, District. May he hold his accustomed place my recollection serves me, the most import. with certain of Florida are all Murrellites. When We shall watch the returns-from ;this
wish hereafter people ,
counsellors." to waive,but which we may with interest The 'Governor-
] deep
the off during his senatorial posed State
"among election that came
in time
ATTORNEY AT LAW in the interior, but'wecan't .
But the Regulators"
candidate to look into more narrowly. we ship i is ot no politital importance, .
Co. East Florida. The Convention to name a United States Senator- to \,
Columbia ,
Alligator, term was a take the law againstthese afford lose the U. S. Senator.
.__ : -. and "true Flori- past, were compelled to so well to
in' Lower this courteous
the ;
represent Marion County The name of David Levy Yulee, a Nashville would ask cow-stealers to whom Gen. Scott The present opposition majority is 4 in:the
M. WHIT Ocala the 31st of July.- dian if he denies that there was a panic very .:.Joint Ballot 14.
House, met at on Convention man even to the ultima. hands were they Senate in 10 in the House .
'into their own .
AT LAW, that Scott was rightin alludes -- __ ; 1 "
and the or -
M. ,
in the chair Joseph through country
Columbia Co., East Florida..JOHNC.HATELEY Gen. John Scott tum, and a Disunionist-opposed of course antecedents" allow of lynching the people of Florida!"
Alligator, 3Vill his guilty th-e'! ili"pox.
Taylor, Esq., acting as Secretary. The to the Compromise measures-and StephenR. saying so assigned bymother These assailants of Gen Scott would makeit To Prirtnt Pitting;...-.by-. -<,1 ::!'.

Conservator reports as follows, the mannerin Democrat the him to remember the reason 'WII1:is'worth: i i
L.AW. Mallory, a Union ot St. Thomas extraction out so!" -ED.REPUB.] Ladle? here is i a receipt
ATTORNEY AT which the candidate was selected: candidates. By reference to the Senate "true Floridian" fortune to you, it you ever happen'to be""so

OFFICE. BLOUNrS FERRY, "It being the manifest will of the Whig will find that Mr. Maxwell is why.the,Territory of Florida was John Van Bareii and Gen. Pierce. unfortunate! as we have beenr for 'a> pretty! ,
COLUMBIA COUNTY: that Judge William McGahagan, you entitled to admission into the Union as a ..:.- face, provided there is a good heart withit, t
party enemies of the .
the Compro-
Will practice in tits Courts of the EasternDztrict. should be the Candidate, Col. Mitchel still voting Mr. State in 1840, viz : that, though' there was i MR. Ebitoa:-It is a matter of public is always a fortune for a lady, and.it*givesme i
should mise-voting for Mr.Yulee and against whenever.I such a one'lscarred
Convention dispensewith real pain, see
that entitle known in New
thought then to it
tf. Well if this not population sufficient just record, that so soon as was blotched with the marks bf small "
of Organization; Union Democrat. and
sept.11. the ordinary system Mallory, a I '
had nominatedfor .
admission i her people that Gen.Pierce bad been it for two:shillings,
whereupon, on motion Judge William Mc- is not enough, let us look a little later into her to yetas York, pox. You can prevent ;
Edmund Whitney, Gahagan, was declared the Candidate by the Madison Conventionthe been driven away by the Indians', their absence the Presidency, the Locofocos gatheredat My face was covered with the deepest'and i
.I Commissioned and legally qualified asKeaanrcr being matters-i. e., and they and ratified his nomina : kind of pastilleS; and'would nawb&
acclamation. Judge McGahagan, pres. would only be temporary! Tammany Hall, highest
of Lumber for Democratic Convention, for.tbe'care ofoniofI :
and Dtrral Inspector County, ent, arose and in,a pointed address acceptedthe Republican should be counted .es citizens of Florida, tion. John Van Burin, the leader ot the a,. ghastly. sight, -bdt- ; _-. :ar1.n llnl\lipd

I found wken his services are desired, on nomination." and its officers,and appointees, or rather its -' '- _* i "L C'ftt,; Sthough That... that occasion embraced tflebiesSeUOthe fleSOI y ouracfwuu.o* pp--
residing, In other aiaies.t. ,Free.soil faction, on remedy; and saVtd- ::beauty ;
office.BOSTON Maxwell
the Republican Mr. JudgeBrOomb
( inquiry 2d inst. the nominees, including in.his specific allegatidns of in his adhesion to goOd as #!>;fliar .
,. 1.0 tim ALACHUA.-On the Whig and members Gen. Scott was incorrect the opportunity giving .there was, as new-.i '
juan'' nominate a Representative! in the Electoral Ticket, on the plantationsof the nomination of Gen. Pierce, declaring Get from the Apothecary a litt!.J: alof
occurrences |
Convention to
k Gum BY State it is as "
( In this section of the stuff called "liquil cuticle and as ooaas
; Lower House for Alach a. County, assembled generally. Gamble Judge Randalli: and,others, that "he knew the man," and would use all dI'ttrof
the Col. ; formed apply* .j
FACTORS Electors Maj. folly
COTTON of the
1 .., well known that both of his There the pustules are
f AND at Micanopy Nashville Convention no one, at all-acquainted with the history his influence to secure election. the liquid with.a little brush or feather; .;

I QEKKRATi' COMMISSION JIERCIUNT8.I Streets William Edwards, fisq.! and William I. Coe and Col. Smith; were Beard : the times has ever doubted} but then they was something significant in that expression 1. to each one. As fast a f they get ripire- J

I Cornet Bat,SA.\-! ,ANNA1l and Jefferson, OA.I ; Turner Esq.} were put before the Convention men-both going supported for Maxwell Major; and last, well knew that he had beer led into tl'orby .I .Prince ,John'in. sayingthat, "he.knew the moVe the dbd ica.b'and'wipe'a.waT'tbe".Mattercleao apply:the: liqdld: againJvlf; *irty }:
are how he knew ,
I JOHN 'aoSToN. JOHN II. GCKBT. in nomination. On the first ballott the they least for' Judge Broome, who false information furnished him.by. persons manYes, he knew the man- of them fill a second time, yba DUlst'relllcWethe j

: __October 20. 1851. tr. chair pronounced a tie. On motion of Lem though'not dissolution of the living in the country, and 6a which he or that Gen. Pierce had a "most revolting feeling covering'and repeat the.: procea .:-I1U .1

\, M. MOORE & CO. went the whole hog fort circumstances, and of a slave," that he like fun for a i oiomen bot ,byword i
i E. uel Wilson, William I. Turner, Esq having and has else, under at the giving; up will smart
GENERAL Union-acknowledged it in 1850- anyone! This i is law and that it when', recover;*yoii shall -J
William Ed- ]d' have relied. "loathed the Fugitive Slave ipr you
withdrawn from the canvass!! ia his situation, -
.commssioN mERCHANTS AND. nothing to take back now. I shall forbearto humanity and bot find a mark upon, thatprettyia&ofyours
knOw to
wards, Esq. was nominated by acclamationa what the people of St.. Augustine the same "was had 'the-disease; .-
FACTORS, word as to the position of Mr. Me- of to prove ydu: ever;
the County .of say a at least that portion which moral right." The New York Express article is made of fca '.ibt-
(Smetts' Dew Warehouse) candidate to represent know his often declared opin and think of it- I am told the _
Street Savanna, Ga. of the General Intosh. You storm to. wafta 5th instant : dissolved chloroform.-! .- It fOrdls ran
119 flq- Alachua in the Lower House blinded is not interested in raising.a the says ton; ;
not by .
ions. Now eir, if any man I 11.-' wound as ioSd"u :
N.M.HAKEIS.Oct. "./lan oten. tnnrthetfarf' whose NeMmirghspeech artificial skin river *just
!E.M.M00EZ, Assembly. feather1'-and they., hO., "John Van "Burert, ; :
." *23.' 1851. I,. Mr. Edwards being present, in an appropriate party spirit will loolC at the resolutions could hot but, smile! whentheyheard July.28th, 1852, we quoted from a I the real one ,It Ladies is DeprtmentofThe ,
adopted at the Republican DemocraticConvention11 awful since when at Cleveland in 1848, I .expect: the
LOUD b CO Mclntoshdepictjng the few days ; *
the nomination immediately-jwpularVJfor
/",. address accepted he Mr. in the Plow wilLbecome
at Madison it seems to me this .explicit language way
.F*.tr. .Jid Commtulon Merchant*, of' that 48th9fder, \\ ,. to all but very his course: : makingitpoblicIthink. the manafactirrtrs
: I conclusion effects ''; personal pledge as,to own i
and Wm. honest of
SAVASffAU. GEORGIA, COLUMBIA.-Geo. E. McClellan is bound to come to the the catastrophe ft of the article ought to.end theeditoratffi-
Vo.'H8 Bay:5tred. himself'seemed .tt.jcorae."on) .. ',.) 1 however, unmitigated enemy .of .
/ sobstribet
am a
nominated for Assembly Convention utters the feelingsof : 0'1 I""? to give every lady
been *
have that .
if cient
{ H. Rosseau that, leeTof pastime" 'I"p'ut" since slavery: and would have it ABOLISHED .WITHOUT ':i"
'" 'Strict a nt.ioD"ill be given to the ta!. of Cot in thisVounty, by the party which, as the Democratic party of this State,'Florida of VthejVrav DELAY.. ,I say i therefore, for \myself bottle for this gratuitouspuff.have 'le'en-"be
..en.r; .th rprod has reduced all its rather the Democratic'party of Florida and I wish to be understood.as speaking
when desired Downing say, ; j or : witUbi effect, Jfr J for it will:protect yooy'for aioitg
i displeased what, will come, 1 80 again, ,
the' : is so myself alone' that, let :
P.ILLOUD. Union .1
W.C. LOUD. the in --T*
JOHN down td "fightia' agin Judge Broome'saysj .._'_ ih f H* .. be protected me
U f reneTea.n
t852'1 principles are, as I'I .wouldsh'ouid IjUj;*.A"..... i iiuu- ; necessity whatever, support.a time, but must -
1KaJ1.nder. no
'Ju2.: McTntoshyeSorti.we
( : as 'Iadies'"tnrreach
they cannot just yetget .yearsand
for the tjiat the for fatty-eight
reason ol
Whigs. only tableau meant NOT BEUVB .si.AViaT.foSB
at num.wiui DOES -vaetuii;
A Js'iand will be Afe'if-
OAK ii try will, not oy that age, they
7 0D, The Fliridian sayitheir election a out of it. "Let iLbCifl.the"trueIt'i i :!! AN ,CHMIXED CURSE and who .SawN ROBINSON*

,V t kwaker and Jeweller, 'fixed, fact. ;Bat suppose the Whigs unfix M ,And now, sir, suppose ,that, the people! 'eame/Eubject.: g".Cam vein"aud virtuof his;office, ,use..all.Con", itiitional. ated. 1-, : '.' :. nOarCa

JACKSONVILLE FLA., elect Judge Broome to the office to,wbicKaspiresI z ,#>jfo na.nJH aJ..f, good power to ABOLISH ,! .," tf! [''tn38
; i'Would rsspeCtUfl7lflfO1fl1 the public that ,LEON C UNT!; TheWhig candidates, venture that he does"not let his y.oi.u, t !) s4 pait 1 Yes; John,Van:BureA knows,{he man he ''Bat' ; !feei, titA41Pnr an
tAUE:: *has Lakes me tunp1-.)*Bay t*""' for-"T iba field for Leda County,'are-CoL Alfred if I.'lfl hiOtdflfld f91U w.atb"eJ ._ tt : pierce i h'a4;'made' bt .New : cause,onward:: qne
/ '
Legisatare/be! ) ; pla
the Gen .
U > that! !
he ptpare
where : knew ; :
William .Grothe, first message even gob : tine{ principle' a tttat aIF./ / _
party occupied by ..
prepared to execute all work entrusted to hu,care. A. Fisher, forthe Senate-; :for Assemblymen fore the country will, be congratulated uponthe 'h't,\ t sniM ''fl :".( E ;JPJo arrYal"di Fop: :: i.. Boston, '.fpeech;-andVinows: (tbatGeneralpiifelectedt'resldent'wiil'bY rising! in'onntryandtownJOjft.h .gjTious'Hero 10-

.-dwpatchaod Wortoanlii: manner; ;;Richard X Shinej.Kenneth'. ,. ,. i Bembry. ., : anAL radical ctangi baa t j') ispecte4 i bythepet : -virtue of Chippewa. Sodf eV'MakVwayi ?,,;:

api&-tf Oliver" S j BurrougliiSp Isaiah'Johnson i ,. sr.TThe \ fict that a great eicinWeathet5flelda. 1 !.d I5.I :U..Pi > -
I in.the minds of ithe peoplean4that -.4 of his office, ; :
; .
ta Jaugh.mucb; ; ,
.been v-v w .i
PKINTINGOf'eVerjF'dtiriiAlon A. Joo.l1ot, 'The a-
JOB .re-Mot
candidates ftboul&be ; hts forunanintiith'wliich
: 'J'opposition about t ; accounts- will sooa cheer the welkin,
; ; : shouts
to bring
; In' Black,'Bine, CarmliieTUis be will use his position witcrya t htUe 1 if .there .be ,: Their glad ."-
,. ,. .. ... liwg,;for the Senate; for Assembly, Green 'owhy: l wecertaLfll'i .. I. ',. 'If ; 1 i ali l"he Free -' For victory and Old Chippew
.I' \ ', '.'' .n&Mhr oloti' feellng-of i ,ymjathy? :witK.,his wand .__"" ...t' :" .!'< It', ) the -;. '< ...
.'A*. '. :(\'" 'r : iT- ." dian'res/M t :K. ; l' p,.1nrD: CapeuterJ.IB.chri.stie ... a ; / to)":effed virtue, in omon. ;," ;, '. t..2.....
i influence
t: ;; .Jf'JA T 1..:(: .J:'. ,J'CV, :T.E. >>,, '-," ...... through. the same > \. ,. .., -'...'.. ,:"..' :
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,-"' ...' ; [From the Montgomery. (Ala) Journal, party, and secure to the country a trasquilU : nthe'd.y felectiontu'be> gathered ; 'How '!. Ydtee t ((66, counsels 'againstacquiescence Pl r' b HiAl .

. .. Letter of Mr HUllard, 'of'Ala.Mbnraoi ty which that faction cannot disturb,'and 1 r LLUJ1* J : r erin the'old'Wigwam,";for a united t See, 'now\ lit! contrast presented The Democrats '-' Gen. --

across smooth and majestic current, in the and' policy of theseajppant.declaimers ebar St wit
UIWfill course >
the *
;( who .jj rt against! enemy. >- being
.., Az.i.,)July 6th, 1S52.GcNTtncxn the cannot raise a ripple. unsun upon aae' ,
""- .'. :. Since the nomination of Bat if we!fnaticis &ott, and cut pirn : 'J 8.p : f| \ -We'have good assurances from Colqmblauoi f .against acquiescence becus i. supported by H. Sewtrd

"."'i Gen. Scott for the Presidency, I have been off fron the confidenceanti'tnp.athyof the WMr* MH IMM -| I ITbUnaJ I where, it will bft eeiby a,Jet; we I boa despisers.cf of ,the "taklng submis- a Freesoiler in sentiment; bat they fail ,

'". tailed on repeatedly by my political fa'ends, Southern people, wedo Inn a grievous ," uf : publish, from a c correspondent in Alligator, "- -these men who, to ell the whole truth ( the t

r.:' ). personally by letter, to express my views wrong-we throw him upon our enemies 2GIS52'I, the and the Whig fires die by the Constitution rather than submit" rek Vicksiurr
Whigs are moving
by not
1. of the obligation of theWhig' party of the ;. for support;.and ,it is perfectly clear that his -; I I -tbese patriots, who hurraed forthe Nash Whig ) stating tt Swr j i so'

i.i,.,..., Southern States in regard to that nomination, election to the PresidencyTi be hailed a Whiff NaUonalomaUon kindling.The strong a Whig in principle tht his a'Yeryet
1 and oftthe i i\.our Ocala Conservator corrects representations Convention when it warned the Sooth himself loose from
..: ; policy giving : support. a triumph over tJe it is tg b expected cut whig
;.. .10". To avoid the necessity of replying to such that antagonism will between FOR PRE : : that Marion will surrender at discretion against rotten party alliances with the follow the Freesoilers in their te party t .

.' calls hem time to time, and in the hope ofbringing the supporters of his Administrationand INFIEL& ScOTT to the Broomites. The Conservator North. Where are these men, and what Is or failed under ap or* "

V f. our friends/generally to my own the interests which we seek to defend. I their attitude as politicians 1 ganization any erUlc
: view of what is both right and politic, I I have long believed that far greater consequence gays that even many of the respectableSouth Sumwon. from giving a strong support t the'Whij
".. FOR' VICE PRESIDENT. ists Bound down like at
,' 1' wish to state briefly, but very frankly, the has been given to the Antislaveryparty Carolina new corers are substantial spaniels candidates, Gen. Harrison, Mr.
.; which I have taken and the consideration'which : bests of Hand in hand with the ( 1..a
'.. position of tbe North than it was entite to, Whigs, not progressive Democrats. party Gen. Taylor. We now propose ,
-." have induced me to assumeit and that iU power has! increased WM:4itL. The will not falter. Van Burens, Hallett, B. F. Butler, the New siowy.
Whig phalanx the mode of
i..p1'a;. ..: 10 promptly and decidedly.. by the distrust which has been exhibited York Evening Post-hardly venturing to same reasoning apt by tbe

l : ". It was the general wish of the Southern -m.some cases most unjustly-towards FOR ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA.J The Disunion of 185051.We Dmorat but with much stronger proof.
voice that
, Pay lift a against Compromise measure -
either Mr. Fillmore Mr.
Whigs that or the leading statemen of the North.- Franklin Pierce cannot and should
. Webster should be chosen by the National Statesmen cminetit for their services have p. SANDERSON, of Dva Co. Wish, from our files of 1850, the though the latter named Free-soil organ trusted by the people of tbe not

Convention as tbe candidate of the Wbig been assailed by the presses of the South, T. RA of Leon rcnJ letter written utters its objurgations against both i it.. b South .
remarkable indefd astounding. It is well known that John Van
party for the Presidency. Mr. Fillmore is for temporary party purposes as Imbue J. of Jackson and the endorsement of it in the Democratic B rm j
, :Go. fall of that when I quasi
.1 ,- immovably fixed in their respect' and affec with free-soil sentiments; this way FEY by lJj. Beard in the year one of the boldestmost ambitions,

tion. The ability, the moderation, the justice delicate and local 'question which ought the candidate of the Democratic party for' platform. and talented abolitionists in the delle.

" the heroic firmness which he has displayed never to be thrust wantonly upon the arena FOR CONGRESS. to which Mariatiua rrespon. And this is the party that presumes to rebuke -
Congress, our been
,, in his Administration recall the better of national politics, I been made the subject others for inconsistency. This is the i ba always a strong Demor but 1
." .' ; days of _the Republic, and the pages which j of unceasing discussion. If we had EDWARD C. CABELL.FOR dent alludes. We emphasize cern: passages would the violent have been his favor of

.. history'will devote to the progress of the sought to fix upon some plan for endangering of it, although the reader can hardiy: l prY : warn people agains freesoilism, that he wou1 not even support

';'. Government since his accession to power the perpetuity of Southern institutions, GVERNOR fail, without this distinction, to mark the l'ucklin; 10 Free-soil influence, and playing Gen. Cass, whom charged with

lit.. ,.. will not be defected by a single stain. Unselfish we could not have succeeded better than we GEORGE T. WARD. the odious and they would| into the -; arids! of Seward! Can such a truck
.... culpable as ling to the slave of the
., and pure, his career is the actual living have done in yielding to a heated sectional Jn their now ac power South ;
be sincere
illastralion of the sentiments which the partisan contest our very social system, as have proved if put into practice, the fatal[ party professed nor has be ever made a speech in Tammany

. ," great dramatist makes Cardinal Wolsey utter an aliment of warfare against the states Change of Appointments. sentiments which would have been the pre quiescence 7 Is it not b:acquiescence only Hall-the place of meeting for the

i. to Cromwell! : men of the North. -. .. .- curser of our national ruin and the destroyer for tbe time being 1" And Joes it not behoove ized Demnlr/v in V. ._.e organ_!___ I .

'. '. 'Be just and fear not; The Whig party must be a National party; Since me issue ot our sas* paper, we nave of our sacred liberties. Let it be noted that- the same strong phalanx that broke -.N. "pt-'UI.c .

Ll.11 the ends thou im'iit At it must hold opinions which embrace the interests received a letter from CoL SANDERSON,'.(who their hosts and defeated their schemes in I 1'---nomination of Gen. Pierce. He has.re* *
God' and Truth's." this letter was in reiteration of the same sentiment .
. Be thy Country' peatedly declared that '
of the North and South alike would *
the <
: ." ; was requested by Maj. WARD to name the h 9mr'>support -
. ,J. ... Of Mr. Webster I need not say that, if we nd'never have I seen more uttered by its author at.a public meeting 18tt>, to stand.together that they may rout man for the '
: a conjuncture days of appointment for him in the East any Presidency who did :
could have placed him at the head of the favorable to the growth and of i in this place. The declaration not only them again in 1852! believe -
. not !
io, Government should have it from us that he.had Ilavr to be an
we regarded as patriotic sentiments-sentiments co-extensive Washington informing applied to the bill combining the Compro- 'oli
...-'.. S splendid triumph of 8tatesmanshlp.r the with the Republic-than the present. I seen the appointments for Maj..WARD in the The following is the letter of Mnj. Beard, evil" and an "unmixed curse, a .
mise which had been
:'. ivilized world would eva.cio. should deplore as a national calamity, an West published in the Marianna paper, the measures together, lot written in 1850, to the Jacksonville News. : would not use all of bit power to abolish
. ..., ; to the Presidency as a just tribute to hispatriotic attempt to cut Gen. off from the support i in that form, but to the'I SNAKE, SCOTCHED, it. far he
Scot It will be from i date that has maintained his
last of which being late as Jo disarrange [ seen i our cor S position.
nationality, and his great public'! of the South, even putting out of the 8 NOT KILLED," by which was wantonly type-
Mrricen; every interest in the country would way my sympathy with the Whig party. I the appointments original'y made for the the series of measures subsequentlytassed respondent is in error in saying that the Up to the time of the nomination of Per

'i' have been safe under hii: guiding; hand, and ihould regard it as a resuscitation of eec- East bad induced him to change the days fed Compromise' measures were passed into he has held himself entirely aloof, but now ,

t .'' we should have looked for an Administra- ional jealousies which I hoped to see forever for this District, of whict be>had apprised by Congress, known a the Adfust- laws' at the time the declarations of Maj. he is suited he can make speeches in Democratic ?"
. tioft which, while it filled every American that glorious fraternization ment or Compromise bills. These are the
S. .. Taj. WARD by letter. Tie following card were made. were not passed Tammany and boldly that
: bosom with noble would have left are, They declr
a pride between the North and the South which other measures which were then referred to, .
. .. : apon our institutions the stamp; of his own took place in the triumphant passage of therefore announced as the. appointments aud which efforts were then made until September following.] the Democrats can now go on "with one
thefo by
character. No blends hand and with one heart" i in his
great living man I Compromise measures. r the East : To the Pnbllc. support.
higher qualities; whether we regard him as i I firmly believe that an exhibition of trueconfidence Alligator, Thursday Sept. 9th.New the lovers of the Union in Congress to carry In the "Florida Republican" of the 15th To show that we have not misstated the an

a scholar an orator statesman, ; through. These bills, than which the Democratic inst. I am charged wirh the declaration that
'\ :" a jurist! or a on the part of the South in the and fixed of this '
,. River llth.Newnansville tecdert purposes
we do not hesitate for moment to assign Saturlay, I WOULD PREFER Cur !
.' a : statesmen of the whole country, irrespectiveof candidate preferred a dissolution of A. DISSOLUTION OF TiE de Leon of
him the first place. lie would at once be f geographical distinctions would result in Moniay, 13th. the; Union," he prophecied/ would UNION TO THE PASSAGE OF TiE LATE BILL, the Freesoil Democracy of the
,, selected by acclamation as entitled to the a perfect restoration of that generous current Micanopy, Tuesday, 14th. NOW NO MORE, WHICH WAS MISNAMED THECOMPROMISE North we quote from speeches made by
.. first rank his if the make disunion inevitable. But they were I ." him and
among countrymen reward of national sympathy which up to a Ocala 15th. BILL. earnestly recommend to Southern

, '..- were a mere tribute to his powers, considered ,iccent period floweJ throughout the whole Wednesday, ,psdj their advocates were triumphant ; I ACKNOWLEDGE THE DECLARATION men the reading of the sentiments of this
.. ;. without connexion with politics Hrnando C. H., Fridiy, 17th. I AND SHALL PLEAD JUSTIFI-
party social
Republic. The hostility to our system i present existence of the Union, in ; chief who
..' as Ulysses was from the Greek, would be proscribed; it would' lie within Tampa Monlay, 20th. all its its CATION. i together with HaIler, Mirtin
pristine glory-dispensing
: ...:' crowned upon the Trojan shore by the descending narrow limits, powerless as if stricken with Adamsville, Wedaesday, 22d. :bless The effect of that bill, had it passed, would Van Buren, Dix, and a host of other
.' goddess ings, "like the dew of heaven," on the have been to exclude the people of the
the lightning of a nation's indignation. So 24th prominent men of like opinions, are now
.; "UljMes first in l it and it Orange Spring, Friday, American people-is the precious reward of South from all the territory acquired from
public cares she found, long as we encourage give respectability rendering such zealous and hearty to i
: For prudent counsel like the gods renowned. t tI by professing our belief that gives Palatka, Saturday, 25th. the advocates of that Compromise, and the Mexico ; but this is not all-it proposed the New support iI I

.,. ',. :. The mention of his name does not awaken I tone to eitherof the great National parties. :; 1: St. Augustine, Monday, 27th. scathing the reckless also to give Texas many millions for a part I Hampshire candidate. At UtIca, ,r

.. .. more enthusiasm in New England than i it so long as we publish to the world our disi Creek, Thursday, 30th. commentary upon of her territory large enough for two States, in 1849, John Van Buren makes the follow r

. ... does in the South: his splendid reputation i ias is; trust of some of the greatest American Back Oct. 2d. I! counsels the weak predictions, and the amazing and thus to give the abolitionists a chance ing explicit declaration ; !
'. :" dear to us here it is in Massachusetts Satudiy, short-sightedness of those who to increase their by taking from the I
as ;; names, we must expect to witness the growth sough power "I will state (he remarked) fairly, freely I II
p:.. .'. he is too great to be appropriated by any of a faction which may in time become too I Nassau C. H., Monday, (4th. to defeat it. South a region already secured to her by the and fully what we expect. WE EXPECT Ii i II

. '.. section of the country-his fame is one of r formidable to be checked by the barriers of r The Whig Elector for the Eastern Dislric Our correspondent also refers to the vote annexation of Texas, large enough for two MAKE THE DEMOCRATIC THIS STATE T I
.. .. : the glories of the Republic. the Constitution. future slave States. PART .,
t! '. .... ) will Maj. WARD in these of Mr. Maxwell for Mr.Yulee for THE GREAT ANTI-SLAVERY PARTY THIS
The Convention which assembled in Baltimore accompany appointments. Senator, I look such therefore, I oJ
a measure
The great evil of our times is the tendency I upon a STATE, and, through it, to make the Demo i'I
'. was an able, dignified, and patriotic of parties to sectional segregations. The The Democratic Elector, and I against Mr. Mallory, a Union Democrat,. an insult to the South, a flagrant violation of r cratic party of the United States the GREAT .' i't I

,a.; -' body. After earnest consciences and repeated Vhis* party ought to vindicate its claims to any other Democratic speakers, are invite I 'This brings forcibly to mind other circum that Constitution which is the bond of the ANTI-SLAVERY PARTY OF THE UNITED t

" ,, ballotings, Gen. Winfield Scott was the confidence of the whole people of the to free discussion. stances connected with the canvass of 1850, Union, and, had it passed, a a con STATES. Those who do not contemplatethis f
.. chosen by the unanimous vote, of the delegates United States, by discouraging hostility to summation of a wrong that several of the result will do well to get out of the !
'., ";" State in the Union which voters should not be blinded to by the Southern States Florida them had I way; '
representing the interest of !
every peculiar property, pursuits or From among for there is no doubt that, when our principles
-a t as the Whig candidate for the })residency.The .- any section of our country, whether it be Bovleg. :.IV._ _:. "_:*.'_,_!. _nilflnn..:,.__no. _Int _ami n_ ,hI_rtnAr. _. pronounced insufferable get fairly before the people, that they

4 :: : protracted content was decided by the the slave property of the plantation Statesor Information was received here by last feints;; of his desperate assailants. It was In reference to that bill, which is now can hear them, and know what they 8 are, and
t : of eight out of the fourteen the industrial of dead I have been silent but the ..
vote Virginia the Northern might
; pursuits ; a made for '
mail from Gen. Hopkins, who it is reported also in the canvass of this county, that a we.have arrangements now.that
,., votes of that great Commonwealth were at States, with their large investment of capital snake is only scotched, not killed," I consider tbe whole people will with tt. And our

.. length cast for her illustrious son, and the depending for their success upon a wise, had had an intervew: with Bowlegs, and letter from Mr. Yulee, written Washing it my duty, in the position I now oc Southern friends, having go bad thing all their

Convention adopted} him for the whole coup- steady, and just administration of the Gov.ermcnt. had informed him that seventy days would ton to a friend here, purporting to coriect a cupy, to express my opinions openly, 8: own way for the last twenty-five or thirty

try.I be the time allowed him in which t leave statement in Mr. Cabell's address a to the that all concerned might understand my fr years, must make up T LET vs
have not for moment hesitated tomy far sentiments Views REGARDING OTHER MEASURES that
a So Gen. Scott's
as personal
for while
HAVE OCR OWN WAY a we being
the after which, if he was not vote in the Senate on the Texas boundary !
country; r
.. own course. Upon learning the action are involved in the opening political contest, may be attempted by Congress different inform fair men, and reasonable in our demands."" .

. .,. of the Convention 1 promptly avowed my they are, beyond all question, conservative, moving, the boys would be down on him. bill, was used against Mr. C. on the ros from the Compromise, but tendng to But lest this should not be emphatic .".. :

; p"rpoee.to give whatever aid I could off r patriotic and. national.. Born and reared in Billy. told him to "Come ou." trum. In that letter Mr. Yulee denounced the same end. .
.. _
--- ---- T r T'T' enough he in meeting !
uelftv ibaV'in ? j -- --.- -- a at
rimnrj thus .
.' whatever of influence cohTnVuling {S>ssed, a season when the heart receives its ers the, July No. of the'London Quarterly. sure) ;in harsh terms, and pointed to his own TATgToAvowwnLr JY HAEDoNi Y upon the anniversary sttes. of the Clnln '
or ability Imaybrinto g deepest and most have the gratification to orinace .
the of Gen. : enduring imprpsslons.HIs Also the 4th No. course in not.voting at all .upon that bill I, 1787, his views and determination .
1.:. ..' support Scott, I shall be per studies were for some time to a of'Myer's Universum- I majority of tbe freemen of Florida concur withgrnt. ..-:

forming a high duty which I owe to my preparation for directe, and he was, I a handsomely illustrated work to which we although. in his seat at ,the time of its pas; with me, as I know that nearly all of the calmness, a follows:

, .":' ", nominate country. Before an attempt was made to: believe, engaged in the study of law in have before referred. '. sage. This was a sample of the policy of public functionaries of the State have committed i. "When I have beard it said that no slaveholder

, .: .: :' Convention a candidate for the Presidency the] South Carolina when he was appointed to Also Graham's beautiful non-participation degree removed from themselves to resist to the last extremity : shall be President of the United
,'"" adopted series of Literary Magazine -
... which a resolutions, the army. He received his commission from secession from the national councils. I measures designed to deprive us of States, I have disnte. Washington .
, announced in Indeed w
. -? ,;, clear and bold terms the the hands of Mr. Jefferson, and enjoyed the for August. our vital rights.At a slaveholder, ,Madison
Mr. Yulee's
whole .
.. principles.in which should govern the Whig confidence of Mr. Madison, who tendered to political course is in an early day I will give a more extended : Monroe. When a slaveholder like an

.." party merit. Unlike the administration the of the Govern him the place of Secretary of War when he Cheering Sign keeping with the declaration of Maj.I view of this matter, and show that, shall sustain oqrrrincple he can, bring t
Democratic .
which deferred Convention, was but twenty eight years of age. To Beard's letter. as far as public sentiment is aertaine the our aid a other man can "

.. lection of candidates this duty and until after the si e bind him still inure closely to his native State, We have cheering tigns of success of But the Compromise became the law of people of Florida will not t L- reach, therefore, I do not think it proper t

lutions in a manner which then adopted rcs)- be married in Virginia some years after he the Whig cause in various parts of the the land. Did its former bitter dation and wrongs that may be fatal tocber[ take such a position.
took from "
them had ceased to reside there. opponents peace and safety. 1 however, the unmitigated
much of their State. At a mass of in Ma- I. a enemy of
meet'ng Whigs
potentiality and acquiesce as became .
impressive "HE loyal citizens of By reserve and and
(Scorr) is WELL KNOWN I timidity we jeopard hare it
". oJ' distinctly ness, the Whig Convention deliberately and SONALLY. His PATRIOTIC DESIRE FOR THE rianna on the 7tb, the W7 g of that place the Republic? Did. they not persist, despite I- thing; by a prompt and resolute expression every OU DELAY. t say ABLHJ, for myselfand W.-

announced its principles in ai I. : describes the efforts of Maj. Ward and the of our determination, we I wish to be understood .
vance, and thus illustrated SUCCESS OF THE COMPROMISE MEASURES W Maj. perils to which the previous agitation may save that as speaking for
its Union
. stand by principles before purpose I to WELL UNDERSTOOD WHILE THEY YET HUNO IN Finley, in behalf of the Whigs, a enthusiastically had subjected the country, in their inflammatory which we all habitually cherish and myself alone-that, le what will come, IS24
A L- and
men. wiser, yet p our honor under
a our
DOUBTFUL SCALES preserve rights, our no necessity whatever
founder, a nobler ; AND IT so HAPPENED received. Gen. Milton support a
political creed hat never I espoused appeals We copy an article security. man WHO VM. .* *w.* .
THAT ** w. .h*
S r'If IN
to the country It reco .. the Pierce cause-though- to the from the Jacksonville News Hitherto jnstice has been denied AN UNMIXED and
nises the ; DAY OF THEIR TRIUMPHANT PASSAGE, AND according in another column us only CURSE, who-will not, by
: 'J .. powers of the General Governmen i Whig, he did not much because it was inferred from that virtue of his office, all
::1' L --'" and the rights of the HEARD FIOMHS OWN LIPS, THE ARDENT EXPRESSION say about Pierce.- to show how that press, one of the our apathy use Constitutional
> States it a
pledges th we would submit to ABOLISH "
; to it.
t. "., Whig party to a comprehensive,.effidentan ii iv" OF HIS UNBOUNDED SATISFACTION i His effort, however, is well spoken of. That exponents of the sentiment of the Demo this injustice. Let us remove power
AT THAT MOST by our Thus it will be
constitutional% system of national 11 HAPPY COlSUMMATION. paper "Maj. Finley off in a cratic party, the idea of asserting seen that "under no necessity
policy, e. He elands pledged to support those measures nays le strong. scouted acquiescence. rights, and our determination to themat i
can only be system administered upon whichtbls Governmen if he should be placed at the head of argumentative and convincing. speech of Mark the language of that article and judgeof all hazards, and we shall bring the will he "suppr a m
'and it rea who
p ; explicitly adopt*, the and have an.hour and a disunionists, the abolitionists to their does not believe
the Compromise measures of the last Government we ample guarantees hal. the meaning of such sentiments, not only senss, slaer t b a unmixed -
Congress i in time "
make good his pledges for In reference itmay be hoped, to save the Union curse; and of
.. as a final and complete settlement of to Maj. Ward's speech, it is while the Compromise measures were ; furher. by way show-
pend but if
he will be prompted to it by his own we falter now, we are doomed to Ig. his friends that
jthis is
the slavery question-affirming the I pre. sid "it was full of generous impulsiveness ing, but after they became the not the heated and
necessity laws of and
of disposition, and he will be round to it by his I the uominy, nltimately to the most fearful excited

I........maintaining_1A__ 1___ ._them.. '_all,.including. tbe/ug.j owri untarnished honor. and stirring eloquence." In regard.- to State lam! consQuences. -For-. one T- -ehall--.. Bnaalr-- -ami. feeling_ of the moment.. he n in_ s

I ... v *r Gen.*vw rUM/t Scott III UJCd lUll W IgUI. Gen. Scott's brilliant military career is to policy he is thus reported: Coming to a period still later, and advert act fearlessly! and frankly, whatsoever.r may speech at Syracuse, refers t it, and show
promptly accepted' the nomln; be regarded in two it be consequences to myself. that it is a deliberate and
aspects: establishes He would fixed
his influence
atiou tendered to him, and give to encouragea ing again to the course of Mr. Yulee and par.that i
... frankly pledged his claim upon the gratitude of tbe American of JOHN BEARD. he is '
1.1 himself system internal improvements the determined to 'live and die" in
| to abide he
by aud system co-operation of his !
support the friends.
princi. for faithful party We 15th
people services and August 1850.
illustrates JACKSONVILLE
which has to
[ pies given Georgia a proud of. In that
adopted by the Convention as the creed his fitness for great trusts. The first minence over her sister Southern find, so late as August, 1851, at the close of support speech, he Y& ,
of pre- States.
i the
Whig party. Upon what ground ca.nwe gleam of light'that shot across the gloomy This was illustrated by tie fact that Mr. Yulee's term as Serlator, his friends in "The Tropical Farmer." "I have had occasion to say, heretfor. t
I withthold from him ounuJport' Every horizon of t years We owe an apology to our friend of the that I would not support tI
our country after the early reverses ago, speculators passed.over him. any m fOfte tI I
consideration poor.Jands tendering Ocala
whether it relate to our obli of the last war with Great I Est compliments of Conservator for our remissness in not Presidency who does not believe
gallon to stand by the decision Brtain of Georgia: to secure rich lands of Florida, public. dinners. Such having before called be t I
of the Convention I flashed from the sword of Scott; and while these rich lands have a compliment was public attention to the an unmitigated evil, and who will not

',4 f where we were represented or to brilliant victories over the of remained tendered at this place, the account of which new periodical started by him at .Ocala, use all the power which the.Constitutionand !
our in value the lands of
the stationary poor Geor.
; s policy which should govern us, impels powerful revived the we find in the News. bearing the above title. This indicates tbe laws may place in his bands for its .'
enemy drooping energies have increased in four At a
gia price fold.
.* us to the support of Gen. Scott. He preliminary public character of the work be I
; -I. If we of to Agricultural overthrow. I would
ex our people. His of Mexico give notice that If
.... pect the Whigs of the United States tore- beginning at Vera Cruz and conquest travelling : would also encourage a general system of meeting for the purpose, we find the present which it mainly is, while it treats of other the general judgment of the, people noW'of this ,.'

q.- 4. gird tbe rights of tbe people of the South the track of Cortez until he along hiscountry's of education. Intelligence General is the corner-stone Democratic Elector for the Eastern District subjects of a kindred and practical charac- State is, that they cannot and will not swerve 1 f

.''. Ira States we must co-operate with our fel standard upon the plante that r publcnism.of the State education is among'tbe speakers. In compliment to acter. The editorof.the Tropical Plant" from this position; AND AS ron ME, I SHALL .
within the
,. ... low-citizens of the North power ad power (who also
in the.
; affirming and republic be Mr. Yulee! occupies tripod of the Ocala LIVE AND DIE BY IT. This
.. may regarded as one of the the informs Committee have
should be exerted. report us, "an eloquent __., i
: he is Kw .. ___
." etainin5 ..great principles embraced in the most heroic scries ._ Conserator",) .lnn. -: not ... .A .
i":: ;. nf-- -hrilliant-nn_.__ Ant w ii//'a_ In conclusion, Col. Ward did address was delivered -- -J '''''0 on. reDrte tat 'n a- r..lntinn. _" J...
rqw.UODj JOT me election 01 w"o" good ser by gentleman. versant with the subject of I
.1" -J..p candidates ful actions without southern far short of
h a
single reverse which agri want
for' .
Mr. Cabell.
<' : ky tbe common suffrages of the of vic He demonstratedthat The letter tendering the is culture, and is therefore well said but wbt'
people dinner qualified
,f' 1 ; history presents to our view in ancient or it had been the to con. ; they d some*
tb. whole never practice of the duct l
'. : country will give as the modern signed also, others an agricultural journal. The "
ai ; strongest times. He governed the extensive among by the Elector first No. thing. .
Whig to proscribe men for differ '
party mere t
.;. : L[ Government roarantees whit we can desire the regions subjugated by his arms with a wis ences of opinion: The Whigs have never and the present editor of the News, and and of the the"Tropical second Farmer" has been issued, And this is greatly by the

.' .-.".'-.: "i b administered in reference dom which demonstrated his fitness fort offers to Mr. No.i soon be forthcom Itrngee' '
in the Yulee "
acquiesced principle the he
to those adbPted the his (
; !'".':: .' p ncples Our candidates pledge demanding the,highest administrativeabilities. by EXPRESSION or ing. This is of a new char warning gives ofcompromise i
: that f
_: ,..i themselves support and vindication. His functions as the ruler Democracy : every individual, member TiE APPROBATION with which they have acter in out State, and is undertaken in : .
t of bow the head
must and do servile
: .j j. Bat if we refuse to co-operate with tbe Mexico devolved :'obeisance marked your (his) consistent an appropriate, field-the fine "All
him and lies in
. ; .. upon the most important at : patriotic planting re our danger ,Then
,.r'' .,:. ... ".. Whigs of the Union, and insist upon identi. civil duties, for it was blended civil every party behest course in the Senate. Mr. Yulee in gion of the Alachua." It behooves our see: to it, that those who' Cmprmis.
.;: .Ii' Gen. a Our friends of the reply, a
I !
lying the remote sections citizens lend yl'
need to their
St wit enemies of and which influence and faithful to the of
\",. :' ', .41.J our political power was entrusted to thus refers to the Compromise and 1 patron cause freedom; it'
,,, :.-......: distrust throughout have no fear of the Whig cause in the East. the duty age to foster the undertaking. Price $1 per that they make compromise with slavery.1; *
: the ranks him.Gen. of the South
I ,"'r of ,our paijy; we alienate friends has than We well. on account of its passage : annum; papable in advance. Address L. C. the
, .: V Scot more once conducted are doing Whigs with whom support of an abolitionist of
:'..:. ; t who are today prepared to stand with "It is said to have been Gaines, Esq., Ocala. j I t
a.. 4.:' and we give new and increased us; delicate important negotiations which, Scott was not the "first choice"are beginning' in one of the mo.nastic' viet aln.'and tbe- -- _mOt___ ind-..- -ntjnt .'..__ '
: times
; in his Lands v -
importanc were brought to punishments pasto' wall
; a successful OCR
1:::. ; to the anti-slavery org.ani fn review the nast. course of the D.mn.t.1 the This I STATE AND COUNTY TICKETS.-Mr. acter, is sufficient to cast doubt '
. .. .atiol of. the termination.II up was called upon a 'can
;; '''' y-._..__ In Cabell has been tried his acts
N.rh hu.LO.I for
; speak
. .t.J':1.. ---' ng TWJtlf I one UI the view of these facts, looking from the pary: and reflect bow gracelessly they can pu"-at least with the San Franciscans- didate for tbe Presidency, we think'there can
:": ,:' :",1 who has powerful citizens of the United States point where I place myself, I feel no hesita. come up to the' work of a national member said In pace requi- him.Maj.. George T. body in be no hesitation in.saying', that John
-. just received from party
::-. .:. a National .Convention ion whatever in escat" when the fearful every Va
'? .oil i giving my support to Gen. election. We observe 'in ceremony was con. Florida knows to be the ablest Buren, from his .
the Tallahassee !- eluded most previous declaratroris 'nas
and the
a large report last ,
,; 11.... i boy of the Scott as the candidate for the brick immured the crim conservative and.
'f Presidency.As staunchest
.;:0" ;. .!I- American people a nomination Pre. to Mr. Graham Floridian, that there large Whig inal, never to return. The 'reason' Whig in our cast a dark aud heavy "the
'. : no objection is made to alleged state ; man of whom sbadoy'up.u
,I.'' .',. ';.!, sidency.. Can any one fail to see that this A gentleman, a statesman, a nativeof defection in this county. Either these reporters why the order preferred this punishment, pronl, a and any party mi any\ honor.be the pathway Pie in ; us

,',,:.. ....' tL,; which only be just and statesmanlike view. North Carolina he is a fine are greatly deceived, or practice a :was because eclesia non sitit sanguinem" Gen. John Scott an h\deligbtt, ; tried he who, but a short lime since, said.that;
can taken representa-
: of this the Church thirsteth
: ? for h
.i. t question The ion of not blood
1 ,.:,,,' iJ J, two National Conventions adopted resolu- him birth. He has of the State which great deception.! We have letters from the preferred, therefore, this, in ;) they less Whig, alwaysjat his post ; conservative in, would live and die by the determination,: otto
' ,: ; gave demonstrated appearance, an eminent old
; his degree,
lions pioneer'
...,'.:(.;..' '..'; and approving the Cmpromis. measures itoess for places which require high qualifications important South-west section of the county violent infliction. who has faced the dangers and ; one' support any man for.the.Prey Who
,'>...411. ... denouncing tbe agitation of the by his uniform success in (Back Creek and vicinity,) and the word is Such is the prces we have undergone. which all had to encounter who did not beleve slavery an
:. .
performing helped 'unmitigf-
slavery ._ .
.. question' ;.Gen. Scott and Gen. Pierce; tbe duties ,, firm tifft." __ We have been walled ua aline' Thn__ ,, "
r '::. _. _____. .. nf every. J -station-. -.- t uhiok n -._. k.>. u"u_ "n -- n, \Vhill_nr.W* "nnin"'":"' -. w.-rn seme our portion 01 the.atate.. One who ana an.untnsxeclcurse. n .usc all !
} lnelr o O well be '
r1.I r : IU lepl respective nominations, been called. As Governor of the cess may termed, in our case IN has felt end knows : ,
\ State of to that the the.'necessitiej'of his '
see in of io
'" and recognised the authority Scott worst phas his opponents for it done with the urcQuntry power 'abolishit, .is :'now ie of
of the North Carolina of
fI : as Senator in the Congress PACE' wa cry 'peace'. and who is versed in its '
' :. ;. ]': resolutions of Conventions which pre of the United States, and as of, can place him, is better than Pierce, by the peace measures' of the last. Judge William McGahagtn--a legislation. the strongest and most influential supportersof

'L,, ,III: seated if their either names of to _American people; so the Navy, he has every where.Secretary himself and they rely upon "the past i incidents.of a Congiees.; The abolitionists would have in every sense of the 'word ; .( gentlemen! the New Hampshire General.- .John'i .<_
.. them
. .;' ,. ta should be elevated faithful and capable, and be, is' highly !long and eventful life," hich.he pledged.il cut our throats outrighr; but "eclesia non courteous, intelligent :'a rnI honest Buren has heretofore been t '
LW4; : t te Preiency. we may expect.the Gov. qualified for of the duties which ; .eitit sanguinem; andso the compromisers when he t.ste t1f
; tbe his letter of ple "
. in the any acceptance. that he ;vi conduct (or' ) being grew tope a man ; a man favored should he, now that he know **.man,
aministered of Constitution against violence
.i. \,.' their decided spirit devolves upon the Vice Presi. the 'I if'elected 'FcicOT put of the, people among'"whom' b'o" has doubted ,
fHt. plege. A national support i dent of the United States; whether they be govrnme-nt, faitbrly us W HIL'OUR STRENGTH' is made his home. Had every Whig' in tbecounty
C>ren and to the FRESH W
edidaes- support Junifej immediate or contingent. according :Constitution. do THROVDOwN ,THE been
:. will neither t! nqr.t(he. South- HENRY W;. HILLIARD- not believe there will be six Whigs in 'the WALL JUT WHOM .IT MAr., AcquescenC pronounced hint present 1'candidate acclamation'which would have ""hich'met:The Webster respectively and in Scott. G CnyeDto:

., fj! effectualput. ,: I the anti-slavery Messrs.' Btzs'and' ,CARDNJCR.. ,, V.y' county who will split the Whig. ticket,, ot her due position can in never the Union restore," South: .to beet n :wUbpm V,"I')'trrlie1.-.Qcala.'Consfr. 17th and 18th i ipst.1ailed :to unit. e LiCit
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t. t :.',.' ,, ; ; ; *-. ",- : .. : : nominated. a electoral.'. 'ticket'.. *, ,. :' :
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A 1IInee.ee. mmm m m : ST.. JOIIKS. SEMINARY 3IwriaToNoUs I; :
,AugUSt 21st. 1852. : JNG, AT ,OFL.- (j [: f
.JDISgN IV....
DttW, Esq. The doctrine of acquiescence in the mea SAVANNAH&A THE subscrIber *, nowPeniBP'** to Store, ; ACCO..OD.. I' 2 1t
C. rNh.
: '
of the misnamed "Adjustment" & general Mtortment oi B. d ni PERMANENT''p 1rasian. 3O' La '4V
sures so vehemently Fot .1. J.Utau 1 1
Sir The Whig County Convention Steam !]j.
: .
Dear rSnd e ?
urged by the Snbmissionists of the Navigation Company. "d O eoBjMdatk Mile* :
gcsembled here this day, and hare selected day IS THE MOST.EXTRAORDINARY DRUGS OILS,.? T t superintendence el.ISAAC AULD; toth..e..oDlouiacle psrsem A a&.J '
present The new ad IDlend1de.wbeeI M.D 8 INQTON_ MOUK" ;
JAMS W. CATHJCT and ELUS AND HERETICAL steam ship 4 Trutee,tab 'nlleoaaaocliou J.
of 1DJ I
tons register, tSrC ine to tb.Pa ,
EVER PROMULGED IN Capta1u J. E AZO 'CDc6. oft Seininary the nsblie &lid prepared fop et :
AMERICA Walton has
Onraas the candidates of the party for eommtIDeed her reg axefi' generally their 1e In& t= J
SINCE ITS FIRST COLONIZA jar trip, sad wffl leave Sanumah on Wednesday, gTLECTgP WTTH SUAT CAn Front the e.t D. ..a da7 of : J 1 ;
General in the 2d ra TRi cnnr iiW Teeh. lilt received u lIdd1tl .(aNd ,
Assembly approaching day of I"
the TION. Indeed and every alternate Wedneiday o TO.He w :f at banh.4 > .
nothing at all enterprise, wet
I comparable f. ,
':. It is a good ticket and one that with it has thereafter-say on Ute 16th and BIt Jane faTJteatiw attention of Merchant, Physi. I rane that they will woesee a.front wniptanMruaBiBgtiM entire lemxta.a j. .
been advanced, either in this 14th and 28th July,10th and 25th i building a and rear Mlll4T It a. .ortaMe as .. r
trill command the support of the entire Whig country or in great Britain, since the idea of OD.Cabin August and so Si a t th the articles! '0 will his stoekbt be farad to Schoolexarttyadopted. C the w t&eoammnity. lions..for fa tie estb; sad aft rular. .any.- 'V,.. r" ::ri''pi4

party.of the County. "tacit obedience" and "non-resistance1 was Passage to Philadelphia, *25 fresh. o 5lS1Pr!!? ,anl at a low prices b Their object b to ettabCsb,on a permausitha.- I The Rbeeriber over one would hitdred and fifty periont -' e ..
Through Ticket fork they soy ineru
exploded the heroism of to New ; 25 1 bought nj market of South iiian Institution In which the .u. psitkmlaIy te
John f
by tie minds of the isitin tN
Hampden South for -
After the nominations, the meeting was Steerage, I 9 shall be health,and 1M b. j i
cunt. p ell.of 'I 1
and his
compatriots. It it another moan- This ship has been built with rRE orrno. earnest tof eut. P oar htUl eIiDl&te.i...sa" 0' ,. t.
aj&rned by M. W. SMITE Eaq. in a clear cAd evidence entire regard to &e tbe rising their e.pedaI c-.r0t MIl baa inads his., 'I 1
of a retrograde tendency in Safety,epihfoft and dispatch,and offer new and Cew1 Tb. Cigars. Old Llqmor generation, and bc prosperity of our .nta 0 lllake an M :
forcible manner. He explained the rel- of onr towards the admirable facilities to business and and may ci.'W.a call,sosfottable tJ
tad many politician despotic travel. For 'VI.e.Slatlewerr. Fine C.ter young growing sCt1 they rely with eonfit and well eared for. .!
grire positions of the two great parties of sentiments of the monarchist Europe, and freight or passage PADELFORD, apply to Je&e., 4. : denc upon the t o a patriotic,ca bo Th.T.n*.*. t&Jt AIeJIQ'Ii t*,tIiSAMUELBUyFiJG'flN l ': .
FAY and
shows that the sentiment of individual liberty ft CO., The LADIES find,be thinks, articles i enhghtened pb1 sustain then Houe. iI
many a
Union, and the great advantage to the Agents in Savannah. ida to tbeirwate and complishment of a purpose.
so dear to fathers of the Revolution tastes-all of which he J,
will be 1M to Experience .. ? .
country of the policy of Whig principles. is fast being displaced by a belief in the july 8-tt Agent in Philadelphia.COP&RTNERSHIp. He will hue, &fiWdziyi and sell, a for*C4.rate SODA the necessity b demo&beyond of*tuition.doubt _.March 185I.-6H. PKontmo,. :1} j
i rt
Id remarks created a spirit of zeal and determination divine right" of the people's being ruled FOUl"Al. will keep a constant supply of The exceedingly low rate of the hAY AatOn1Jh1DC1Dte1Jipaeel ... I t,
by somebody, and ruled in such failed to produce a sufficient fund p the current The Cash i :;
in every Whig present, to bat- a way as SODA W Sfttam Ado1tte411! :
in the for best to suit the convenience of those in authoritY 1W1he UndersIgned having leased the CITY and Syp of the very An and flaw. exluotb SchooL to The the Tr have attheIHWGROCERtipROVlSION8TORE 'Q J
approaching contest
tle manfully and without the slightest regard to .1. AW MILL have formed a Copartnership j JOH :PAYNE. Dent rites,which they ao foow p of the Subscriber,in tM city of ."
of those dear for the purpose of ,. _. .Iaekldinvm&S !d
principles to deemed
the support so the rights liberties interests of those eorbitat,by a., .1 : -
or State or Florida, -" v.:'" n i
SAWING LUMBER Clr1 C01 Marlon matter a moment's reflection. HAVING jest jeceired and opened Jane Tj
tbrm. Yours, &c. whom it may be deemed necessary to sacrifice [ County. '
for the Home Market under the RATES Stock of Goode,SUeUt wS
style and title OF TUITION ,
S. for the sake of that convenience. Littleton B.Lewis : reference :i't
of Clark & Butler. express to the demand of this Market. ?*
I Who before ever heard in our countryof JOHM. CI.\'RTr'. Vt.Abner'D. (1.1.1 l: ADVAHCK) PT* SCSStOX OFMO.TTHS. r 1 take pleasure ia iaforaing the dtiaens of,this X .
-- -- --- t !
a who was to the JOHN G. BUTLER.The Johnson, place and surrounding country that they are BOW (1. It
person opposed policyor } Bill in .
)' Cabell's Acceptance. Francis 11.Johnson, uceri. For Spelling, Reading. Writing, Primary ready for ale,at remarkably few rate for CASH
of &- above subscribers Ge
justice ( ;
a measure, being required to respectfully William only I An
licit the Lastinger, Primary Arithmetic, $3 enumeration of the multitodiaoa artfc.eles fJ I 2
acquiesce" in that measure,merely becauseit into patronage of the public, as they have entered and John Johnson, For Geography,Arithmetic,English Grammar 0 with which my Store b supplied to domed
RtrRKSCTTATivEs 25 52. the business
HonE: OF July for the express purpose of .and Modern tI Jt
had been adopted by the majority ro& appearing satisfaction of the Ht 12 00 unnecesearysecoittorny,1 ", :
Jig Dear Sir: I cannot express my feelings THE TIME BEING 1 Has it come to this, that SAWING LUMBER. FOR JACKSONVILLE AND THE I by affidavit t th case filed, that the Cur For Ancient Geography, saYe dry goods) desired the nery1 .' r t

viciKmr. named defendant, William above Chemistry. Natural Philosophy, Natural Famdyauppliee... ___,_ .. ._ __H.T.TITIJS.._ ..
of the latew'bg Lastinzer
of gratitude to the members the majority are not only to but are HisitArv 'l'h. T _._ rot 4 1
govern b AM. 2 t .v r ,, -- & .
yond the ofth. :VVT" U _ _rta._ zen.iy_ _, J.1.-IL_ _ : :'iPUEtyy.D I
State ,
Florida, to D .. .
distinguished They will also bare Grist Mill attached lmit ; .
Convention of Florida, for the to rule without opposition !-without baying a to the the wit l 5*' .
aad unprecedented compliment they their measures examined or questioned 1 Machinery of the Planing; and.Machines as they of have Isaac the Brown agency of of Bal one ,Stte Smtb, Esq.*lt'Sr,Solicitor for,the on Complainant M. For Rhetoric tiP Moral ; .LogiV,'2 0 Fresh Clams Lobsters k Safest' )g :i't,I'

paid met ia nominating me for re-election toCongs This is a doctrine, we are sure,no portion of timore, which will be in operation in a few days it is ore that the said Defendant Wi pcy. ,Latin; and Greek and Languages& Philoso-, TI I1Ibeeribet lIu Otl hucI,J..Y. : 1'I

under the circumstances in which the American people are yet prepared to and which is entirely novel in this part of the ,' appear and answer the Bi Fer French-extra, 2 0 Boston a supply of tile 4.tu. .

ay aame was presented to the Convention. acquiescence" in when applied to themselves country-and one of the firm being an old and experienced taken Complaint, according< to law,or the same be Contingent expenses, )00 ties in Cans,put op for keeping. They are per.. J. ,
band with all the above 4 confessed against 0 5 fectly fresh.and will continue for loor :
machinery, and hm. a time La
So manifestation of personal confi- and which would have been it There will be a public examination at the close ; q' J
great never both of them being well acquainted with the Ad ?further ordr t a copy of this or- a tteof preservationbeing hermetically sealad ** "
deuce has rarely been exhibited by a political attempted to be applied to any portion of wants of the City in their line,they will endeavor publiahe in Ime prt and of the session-attendance on which will be oblig They are an excellent article for family nerVe- .. > |] ;.5."

party to any individual. !Indeed I questionif them except those of the unfortunate, corrupted to give general satisfaction,to all who will favor published months. in said Circuit, once a wek four atory upon the all the Rudent unless from a written request lug a fine relish for a regular meal or for Wlnon.. '*: I J ;
the his :hem with their orders.. THOMAS DOUGLAS t cntf their They are unseasoned, so that seasoning canto- ',' t lt ltt
any man ever occupied position to divided, and we fear doomed South. rents or p -; ? !
8 1852. 12-lm Judge, &c., &c. applied according to taste. For tale;at ao ? '
August ; UDtj.
j jIt
party in which I stand to the Whigs of my The majority have made up their minds June flJ,A.D. % jnnel2tNEWGOODS. Board can be obtine in private families at. per can, by S. So TYLER '. ::t. .1

Stxte. The relation I have held to them that the South is to be sacrificed ; this beinga Dissolution.THE from eight to ten per month. Monroe,between Pine and Lamraste." .. t ,..1i4

for Tears has been of the most gratifying foregone conclusion we are not to be per- CHARLES of the RUSSEL may 27 3t. JaeboIrriDe..J ,. 44:

character. They have rallied round and"sus- mitted even to discuss the measures by which Co-partnership name and style heretofore McKlNLAY existing ft HADDOCK under Aug. -Sretf Notice. :- .%: .t.r .1

tamed me at all times and under trying cir. this object is to be brought about, under pen. is this day dissolved by mutAl consent G. W. BATON, SIX MONTHS after dale I,will present my A \

I IJ cumstances. Their kind partiality has been alty of denunciation and proscription. Already All debts contracted in the name of the late firm Bay-street, four ) JosephFlnnegan's TUST RECEIVED per Schooner Jersey Oak I .and vouchers to the Hon. Court.of .', l'] .l.u
J has filled with will be settled by John G Haddock. lIr. pp 500 lbs Ground Zinc, much superior to the I Probate of Hamilton county,and ask to be di. .' .. ,
Ii to .
most grateful me- me this decree I 'I/t
em we see despotic being car- best White Lead and charged from the administration of the estate of .
If i pride and gratitude, and placed me under ried out to the letter. The most intelligentand JOHN HADDOCK. HAS JUST RECEIVED, per Stemer from 500 Ibs Pure Union cheapr. Susannah Lowe,late oi Hamilton eonnty,d cea>* ._ i

listing obligations. But this is tbe proudest patriotic portion of our people are pro- business of buying and selling of Cattle. as Korth new and splendid asormentof Ginger Wine-the best article for debility eJ. '.2
Fancy Spring and Summer JOHN .'! ;
f period of my life. This last act,this renewed scribed and driven from all Federal offices also of Butchering. will be continued by John G. DRY GOODS and Dyspeptic persona now in use; W. LOWE. l ;1 1l

expression of confidence, with the circumstances and of Federal in short Haddock. The subscriber grateful for the liberal SMALL Chrome Yellow; Chrome Green; Brown'sBlistering Administrator. i
deprived patronage ; patronage heretofore extended to him takes HOSIERY, GLOVES, & WARES, Tissue; Adhesive Plaster; By M. WHIT SMITH, ,.! J .'l .
I attending it, has endeared me to mypolitical they are marked men, and for no other in recommending Mr. Haddock, his pleaBUro with an assortment of Dress Goods, &c. &c. With many other articles-making my ... His Attorney. Iii .1. '.<
friends-has impressed itself ineffaceablf cause than that they are yet unsubdued, ) to an indulgent public. ( successor -ALSO- Stock complete.All Alligator, Feb.2 18 mar l2-6m : .
heart and bound to them 29 JEWELRY SHOES, GENTLEMEN'S of which are offered at tho -- _" '1' '.
on my me and still raise their voice in defence of july JOHN D. McKINLAY. lower Notice. ,
B001'S.AL rates FOB ,.
by ties which can never severed. Surely Southern rights. -. JNO. M. SIX month after date 1 will present mae. :1 d"'

I may exclaim! with a late'celebrated Virgin- But to return to this revived doctrine of Brandy, Wine, &c. An Assortment of Gentlemen's Rca Jg-maile Jacksonville. Aug. 19-tf PAYNE as Administrator of the Estate of w m, ', I'. .", ..
uATo had such constituents!" i Dggit Johnson,deceased, to the Hon.Judge of Probate > -..
uo- man ever nonresistance" and tacit obedience.Ve Otard. Dupuy & Co's Best BBANDY. CLOTHING.June n :
i Whatever of talent and capacity for uscfnleu would ask OLD Y \VL.\E-30 GLASS PUTTY. for Columbia county, and uk for a final settle .
what was the reply when our very superior article. 10_2m_ WL.YDOJ If rued and allowance of the same, and of my' discharge '
i I have, I dedicate to their service.- forefathers, before the Revolution, were required MADEIRA do. do. do. Boxes Window Glass, assorted sizes; from the adminutrUion of said Estate. "
OLD PORT JUICE. Charleston and Florida Line. 4 0
I There is no sacrifice not involving principle to submit to the Stamp Act and Tea PRIME HOLLAND GIN. 400 Its best Bladder Putty. GREEN JOHNSON. (. is..

I and honor :at which would, for a Tax Did For sale low for cash. Administrator. .
they ignobly acquIesce because it The above were purchased of one of the best The Splendid New AHigator.Jan.S 1852. I ..' .'
PackeaeamerFLORIDA JNO. M. PAYNE 6m.
moment, hesitate to serve or'oblige them.- was ';the best they could get," and hold houses in New York, aud warranted superior. ,. ,_f.

II I The generous people I represent may command jubilees because they had not been taxed July'22 For sale by JOHN PAYNE.. Aug. 19-tf Dgg- I Notice. 5 "jt..,-.

and ask of me what they will, and I L. M. COXETTER, I ALL PERSONS havinganydemandsagainrt 8 .'
six cents a pound on Tea instead of three, CDIAXDEI NOTICE I! estate of Roland Roberts, late of Co I:

I they will find me ready and anxious to respond and because the Stamp Act was no worse \ Tobacco, Cigars & Snuff. Is: now running regularly on the ALL persons are hereby forewarned against lumbia county deceased are hereby requested to .

to their wishes-they will not ask DID THEY NOT BATHER RESIST-AY, UNTO THE above articles, of the very finest quality, Line between Charleston, Savannah for two promissory notes, made by I present them duly authenticated within the time .1i'
what an honorable man may not do. SECESSION UNTO REVOLUTION 1- hand and for sale low for cash. by and the St. John's river. ., in favor of James A. Picket or order, one ef I prescribed by law, or they will be barred, and all ,1
july 22 JOHN The Schedule has been which said notes having been The indebted .t'
I feel utter to M. PAYNE. following adopted, partially paid. consideration I persons to said estate are requested to
I sadly my incapacity repay And m alter years, when the majority passed shows the hours of arrival and departure at the for which said notes were has |I make immediate payment to the ondersirned. '1 1i
I II I the debt of gratitude I owe them. A lifetime the Alien and Sedition laws, did not the minority NARSHALL HOUSE. I various ports: failed, and I am determined not to gYen unless -I A. J. T. WRIGHT, 1'. :

l of devoted service will leave me their headed by Jefferson and Madison, THE subscriber having leased the Leave Charleston every Tuesday at 12 o'clock M. compelled by law by Mid py! Picket. SncriiT exj administraton, tCollector' '

I debtor but all the ability I possess shall be RESIST UNTO NULLIFICATION and 11 above House situated on Brought n- Leave Savannah every Wednesday at 4 .p. x. HENRY D. HOLLAND. -Tax Sale. 'l'
their interests street, between Abercorn and Drayton- i Leave Jacksonville every Thursday 10 A. Jacksonville, July 31st, 1332 aug 4 i
the of )
to promotion in their effort of the rested in
given finally triumph to restore the Leave Picolata every Thursday at 2 p. M. ByIItTUE power me by t; ,
I and to prove that 1 am not ungrateful, or Constitution When National Banks, Pro- streets bra term of years,respectfullY informs the RETTRXI, Jacksonville Female Institute. expose for sale before the Court .
citizens of Savannah and the public generally ., House door in the l.
town of
insensible, or altogether unworthy their too tective Tariffs, Bankrupt Laws, Internal Improvement that he is now prepared to receive boarders, both Leave Leave Palatka Picolata every Friday, at 7 ."A. M. IXSTITpTIOJf haringbeen in suc Putnam,on the first Monday Palatka September eouty.or,fesj, .v' : ':
kindness and the confidence Friday, at 10 A.M. THIS '
partial generous Laws, and the Sub-Treasury, became regular and transient, on the most reasonable Jacksonville every at 3 operation more than two years, i between the legal hours of sale, the following do.scribed J"
they have reposed in me.I the settled policy of the majorities for terms, and pledges himself, by strict attention to Lave Savannah every every Saturday Friday,, at 9" A.p. M.M. wiil hereafter be under the joint control of I! property or so much thereof as will pay 'J ,.."J..
cannot tell how deeply I that business to merit the patronage of the public.He .- Lave I the State and county Taxes due thereon rot the :..
regret the time "i
being, was it ever thought of or intends to make the Marshall House Florida has been built 4nnder the specialsuperintendence MISS P. SWART AND MRS M. MARLOW. I.,
FIRST 1S51,to wit
I 16,000 lees of
there is a difference between me and a large demanded that the minorities should of Capt. Coxetter,and her speed Mrs. MAKLOW connected with i year acres more or it
cease His
CLASS Hotel. table will be supplied with every ha ltely ben Land,situate,lying,and being in Section 15, of .
portion of those who have been and are my their opposition to those measures 1 No- luxury that can be procured. and accommodations for passengers are unsurpassed .one of the most Acaemic at Greenville, .I< Township 10. S.,of Range 25, E., Section J7,of :
friends and even in a 5 Imo WILLLA.M JOHNSON. by any boat ever placed on the St.John's. &. C., and brings with testimonials -!I I I Township 11, S. and 2$ E. II't
political supporters those minorities were distributed at the North aug and low other line. Range and Section .. .
as by of her character Teacher
iBgle particular. In all matters of principle and the South, and were allowed their con. Any Freight farther passage information can a be obtained any by applying She ali refers to Col.and B. M.success PEARSON a a and Mr. i 1 38 Action of Township 33, of 10, S.,and 11 Range 26, E., and .' !.t ..;

I am happy to know that there is an stitutional.privilege of liberty of speech"' Notice. t either of the undersigned agent Wn D. BCESHAM,of this place. Raid Land being Township returned,u S the,and Range of 26 Ro E.} "I ....

entire coincidence of opinion between us.- and "freedom of discussion," But it has THE Co-partnership heretofore existing be- J. W. CALDWELL, Miss SWART tenders her thanks to her friends l>ertMeHardybyG.R.FairbankiT5.geBU"property ,: :

We differ solely as to the propriety of advocating been reserved for this question of slavery in the undersigned, under the name and E.W. BUKER, Svnh and th public generally for the liberal patronage R.T.BOYD r"
style of KELLY CAPRON, is this day dissolved BELLCHSSE and respectfully informs them Tax AssV It .-
of individual rive ColTr Putnam
the election a county
a particular
which the South alone has been thrown into by mutual consent. The unsettled busi- Jacksonville. formed association with. Palatka Feb.19 ls-w. 2
that rnty : .
We stand together on the came admirable the minority, wherein a new rule ia to be ness of the firm will be settled by George Kelly. R. I REID, P&dk. Marion, goes into operation on the .
platform political principles-the best, in adopted and denunciation and proscriptionare GEORGE KELI-V. March 31-3m- tat of March, a additional nubr of e State Florida, ....,of DaraIF ) I
be received into the pup Sarah A. Falana
which in this NEWTON CAPRON.Jacksonville. 1 J
my judgment, on in any party to be substituted in the place of argu E. F, July 1$, 1852- Circuit Coart, Southern Circuit 01 FlorIda fat and CnientiQD discharge of duty w b Ta.Joseph >
country ever engaged a political contest. ment. Monroe eonntyln chancery cheerfully given by the teachers. Falana. i -'

The party which proclaimed them may be S S S S Catharine ; Mrs. will devote particular attentionto BILL FOR DIVORCE.R .

MtutfA; but these enlarged and enlightened But we have pursued this subject far CoPartnersltip.mIlE vs.wetl Bill in Chancery fo Divorce. the French 1prmet, a well as to the usual appearing to the' Court by affidavit that
of national undersigned have this day formed a John English oseph Fauna defendant to the& tt .
principles policy must. prevail, i1'
enough for the present; we shall probablyrefer I JL for the of Bill resides beyond the jurisdiction of tab '
and by them our happy Government must to it hereafter. Take It in any point' and Shipping Co-partnership Lumber under purpose the name and Sawing styleof W T appearing to the Siactio of the Court,by Term per quarter ofdntn tt.Ohogphl and out of the State of Florid*,bat within court the. '

be administered, if our Union stand, and Of View, THE DOCTRINE OF ACQUIESCENCE IS KELLY TULL9oJuBatCO.GEORGE: abovementioned JL affidavit made John and Welch resides cause out, that of this tbe reading,writing, and United States, IT is OXDBXXD, that publication if 1 ;41,..
God it be KELLY.H. 0 be made in some once a week for the- .
grant may perpetual.With A MONSTROUS ONE; AND WHEN APPLIED TIMANUS.E.J.BUCKMASTER. Circuit, but in the State of Forida t wit, Grammar,geography, and history, 5 Three Month newspaper, said defendant :
the party which has planted itself TO THE MEASURES OF THE in the Western Circuit: It that The higher branches of the English space La
to appear,plead to,or answer Bald Bill of Com oJ ,
on these principles and will maintain them, HIDE. he appear and answer said on the first education, -600
Jacksonville, E. E., July 15,1852. plaint, Monday,the second day of August en* .i
my political destiny is fixed. Agreeing with OUS IN ITS DEFORMITY -- ._.- Monday I November will next be otherwi thecmplalant'a Extra charges for instruction. i the Frenchlanguage suing the date hereof,or the said Bill will be t** .- u
Notice to Debtors aneT Creditor bi ten confesso and drawing.The ken confeuo against hint,tad neIl furtW
them in all things, save one and that a mere against according statute in musical department of this Institution, is pro
diflerence of opinion in regard to men, while JCS5Th6 complete returns from North ALL PERSONS who are indebted to the es. such ease made and provided;and that this order under the charge of Mrs. BKTAM &alplh order given in the premises U to the Court may '- '

J cannot act with them in that I certainly Carolina show the election of Reid Governor of Donald C. Murdock,late of Columbia be published in some newspaper pabSshed! in this ed performer on the Ha Piano For.a Gu seem meet.THOMAS DOUGLAS. 4, 1.si .
county deceased. are required to come for- State for months before the said .
hall them. two Art Monday Pupils from' '.can
ammo Judge .
t. fte-
not act against -
i by an increased vote over that reportedin ward and-tD.alte immediate payment to the undersigned in November. with board,in respectable families*froml2topermonth. StAte FtOKiflA ) .5'
I The business of Congress progresses slowly ,. ; and all person having demands againstsaid [Signed JOS. B. LUVCASf, $ OF of DnvaL, ,.. t: 4.'i".

and 1 cannot say when it will t.e in my our last, and a joint Democratic majorityin estate are hereby called upon to present them Judge Southern Circuit, State of Florida. Feb.28-tf County i,IsADOWt V. GAR.TIZ j Clerk of the Ctredt .
power to retarD to Florida. Before the adjournment the Legislature. to the undersigned, duly authenticated, without A true copy: Court of the Eastern Circuit of Florida for Dnral "

I shall take occasion to publisha i delay. JAS. M.BttACtwtLL,Clerk.Per Tin Copper and Sheet IronWORKER county, do hereby certify that the above Order t"
MARY A. MURDOCH Adm'x.W. Clerk.
short address to my constituents, and hopeto JS5 Benton has been elected to Congressfrom T. McLER.A Adm'r., Ag.122mD13soLVTIO JOB P. BALDWCT,Dp. The undersigned is prepared* perform a in true effice.Is and correct. eopy of the original*on. m., .

have it in my power to mingle among the St Louis District, Missouri. Two By M. WHIT SMITH', Iall kinds of Tin, Copper and S't IronWork my Wrrszs*\rtrttior. have nertUnto nt niy .*

item and to talk freely with them, as it is other Benton men are elected from other Their Attorney. OP .COPARTNERSHIP. I ,snob u the light hand and affixed the Seal of said Court this]13th 'i
always a great pleasure to me to do, about Alligator,Columbia eo. Fla., mIlE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore exist a Culinary Utensflsj making and repairing day of AprilA.D. 1852. &a, ;
D Districts and the Districts August 10th, 1852. 19-St Tin '
matters of interest to as all. remaining two JL ing under the name of FEKITAXDKZ, BISBEEb Tin Gutters and Spouting for Houses, Roofing .1

I I have written thus hastily, without waiting have elected each a Whig. Notice to Debtor and Creditor Co.,1 this day dissolved by Mutual consent. ,Tin and Zinc to his Coffins line of, and all kinds which of will Workaprjrtaininf lIuett'.'Indian Loket1Ut. ,1 JOt 1

to receive the official notification of my Price, Democrat, is elected Governor. ONE MONTH after date application will be CYRUS BISBEI to receive and'AirrosiA all money A.CA"OY due A,concern a duly, executed with promptness bui b Testimonial : -'I

nomination by the Convention over which to the Hon. Judge of Probate of Columbia authored or open an the whom all {0Orders for articles, or acs. for the The following eertisc&t.n1itth.ities : ,.

yon presided. I could not delay this feeble I n Iowa one Whig and one Democratic belonging county to the, for estate leave to of sell Donald a part C.of Murdoch the land, claims eithe blDot&Id f&t mu rendered for set- country will be promptly!J.L. xlOCrAtt.An, of this Medicine is from a regular pqaciaa j 1.

expression of my appreciation of the flattering I Representative is elected, to Congress, late of said county,deceased. B. D. WWVAWDEZ, May 6-tf Bay-st. Jacksonville. in Columbia eouaty .. .
manifestation of personal regard and MARY A. MURDOCH, Adm'x.W. Pent OtovKt Columbia e**\
I and a Democratic Legislature has been CYRU81IBBEF, E. E., February 29th 1883.I < a
confidence exhibited by my unanimous nom. T.McLERAN, Adai'r.By Brought to Jail, .. ,
CNVA. Dn&aSxa take the first
tuatioo by a Convention of gentlemen differing chosen. M.WHIT SMITH, Jocksonvitte,Fla.,August 2 at: 1 ON the tenth of May, a Negro man named pre.entedsineeIiaW7utowrttyouatpeaesi: opportunity :
Their Attorney. WASHINGTON. Says be belongs toBENJAMI
I from me on so important a question Arrival at the Bntangton Hoiue. Alligator Fla., August 10th,1852. 19-tt COPARTNERSHIP NOTICE. SINGLETON, of Lowndes county ised to do, in reference to your",Indian L zecu.
u the Presidential election. of dark Below 1 send yon my certificate
I Ibis da formed A CoJL twenty yean age, complexion Colombia
have PINK
TullE undersigned GKOTH >
r My judgment is not entirely clear as to S. BUJTINGTON, PROPRIETOR. NOTICE. partnership for the transaction Of business, five feet four,ince. high. .Says he h E.FM February 2lta! 1252.en-J- ,

> the course it is my duty to pursue, under the THE expiration of six weeks I will apply under the name and style of Btn" CAHOTA.Grateful ben runaay two M. tti REEzE Mr Egbert Pomsett: si .:. s
peculiar circumstances in which I am placed. John N. Reives Fieolata E. A. Powell Pico- AT to the Commissioner of Pension for duplicate for the liberal patronage extended to Colombia East) Dear Sir: I have used three bottle of your ta. .
f Bat shall advise in a few days late,F. M. Edward,Jackson, Ten H. Shepley, to Land Wa.rant number 10,244 issued to the late firm, they hope to merit by strict attention JafloTj county F dun Loxeeust all succeeding admirably. One "
you very Jaeksonvill Mr. Bridalbane,Jacksonville, if. L. me on the 7th day of October, 1851, for 160 acres to business, a continUancoofe iath May -t of the bottles was used baa ease of Cbrunle'eiyntery ij
f whether I accept or decline the nomination Bryant, Welaka, J. S. Shelden, New Smyrna under act of Congress passed September 7S 1850. CYRUS BISB jA.A.CAATOVA Notice. which had produced prolaptn saL or pfo -. ; 4I.

10 flatteringly tendered. In any event be Judge Bronson, Florida. A. Barclay, Panama which{has been stolen from my house. And I tenons ate hereby forewarned trusion of the rectum h bad baffled aQ et. !
i assured sir, that I shall be influenced by no Mills Frances Fay, England, A. B. Hadgden, warn all persons not to trade for the said War- Jacksonville, Fla., August lit, 1852. ang2 ALL for a certain Promissory aW, remedies that had been tried (and these Weft e
Brooklin Dr.Ambler Jacksonville. ,..RI S ...HAK _.._ f Io._... .n.,_ltll....1 BltMJUliflrTtAd.. not a few.) The remit w4 a final cure With MM .
elfish consideration,but shall do that which, atllfj iiimaiiiiin A w n "* -o--- byrne dated January, 1832 in favor of Thomas 'I
nor empowered any person to seil, assign, or locate Notice. bearer,and payable on bottle. Your Indian Loxeourt is'the moat boI
B. Hlgginbotbam.or
will best subserve the interests '
my judgment VACCINATION. the same for 1Ix MONTHS after date I will present my the 1st day of January, 1853. Said Note was tire and certain care for Dysentery and JJianheaa I ;:: :.
of my. State and the country, and be Eying rewired of me.RICHARD ELLIS. I and .Vouchers as Administrator for the hire of a certain negro slave, called of any remedy that 1 have as yet fearoed .. : T.'.
(OJDB. :,baring a supply aunt o given t; ,
lost acceptable to the political party to froth: genuine Vaccine matter, from the Maryland August 5-tf the READ, de t Chaaoo. The consideration for which said Note of.; ..RespeetfuD14'P..w. M '.- -l
to which I am mainly indebted for the public Vaccine Institute, It now prepared to vac Hon. Judge ot Probate of for : was given has failed, and I am determined not to $.11. ,
honors I have enjoyed, and which will, at dusts all who may desire it-the poor,gratia. School Notice. final settlement of said estate, ;and also apply for'litters .,pay it unlessJuno compelled JAMES b7 law.A. PICKETI' enauteanoilieriupptjmar11 <: _r-'* "I1* WiTCX:,J'*'':"-"*- *.I* j.

the least calculated disturb Angus 19-ti dWf & .. .4'-4'. > I ,
same time, be to mItE Subscriber will open an E.e"'ltC V. hj f EMERY 3 2m To DrugtLst4's,,
the very gratUying relation existing between .I School, on the.first Monday of September AdEt of C. Read. __ -_ Ptrfianerti Confcctionen.fa* :, .
I BW and political friends. SHERIFF'S SALE. next, for Gentlemen. .The classes will meet Warehouse Apothttaritsi "
11.2 6 Union Agricultural
my laktl.ld Factor tnd-DeaUrri *
tent Medicine ;
inclusive, of \
from Monday to Wednesday, each .
Believe dear sir to be most cordially be told at the Court House, in Jack. 01 .
me, ATO *
my WILL on the first Monday in October week. Rooms open from half past 7 to 11 o'clock. Notice Toilet and Fancy'Artkles. .: !

your sincere friend and obedient ser- next, a Woman, Jane,levied upon as the TEXICS. t>er 'n> negro
uat, E. C. CABELL. property of Mary Deweef, under execution in Per Quarter of eleven weeks for any branches H. McNTOSHlte of Dnval No. 33 FTJX.TO3I-STRKET NEW TORK. of over One Hundred Recipe,rot .. \ ::

Ge R. L C.w. favor of Thos. W. Jones deceased,issuing from in the English and Mathematical Courses,ten county, deceased a ,or undersigned solicit the attention of all the ve of I1ru Viitent Apothecaries. Tertamen ,
Circuit Court of Duval County,_State of Florida. dollars. Including the Scientific Course, twelve otherwise,are hereby notified to exhibit them in THE of Implements for the Farm or Confectioner, Medieino Factors. and t _.
GEO.H SMITH, Sheriff, D. C. dollars. dulctz authenticated by the oath of the claim Plantation to their assortment which includes Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Articles. .Edited by .z I ,

Hocix or RxraEscrrAnvES: ,July 30, '52, August 23d 1252td.. Lights and Fuel furnished by the Principal, subscribers, within two years from many of thor most recent improvements in the HORACK Enurl Graduate sad Memberofibe .. :
will be barred by law; and persons College of Pharmacy in the eity efiNew-York. '
date,or they articles in their line, all of which they
Dear Sir: In my letter of the 25th inst., Stationery,Books fto.,extra. indebted to said estate are" to make immediate leading to insure satisfaction to thebuydrespecu'fly Also-Tbe Celebrated'Recipe of ProCusof Wfl a1", :
for formation of 'el will sell at prices
I intimated doubts of the propriety ofmy r.llt.-d nrrordior to Art or Congrrw, In the y ft184U Opportunities the and exercises payment. Endless Chain Pcw- laTd,fur Jnakine good Soap atone cent vet punmd 3
Railway -
my by J. 8. HOUGHTO.V, M. D, in the el*rk'* in, a Debating Society will be afforded. & A. PUTNAM wash witbont
t ; Wheeler that will better aad quicker, labor
of the patent ; ;:
continuing a candidate for re-election toCongress. Office of the Dintrkt Court for the ZaiteraDiitrict N. F. BROWN WALDBUttO ers,fbr one or tWO horses .
Male JACOB awarded the first at the State than any Other Soap ever manufactured. ,Tal .; _
I nave since reflected or PetUI'1Jnnta.Another Principal ot Jacksonville and Female Clii- BO often premium
anxiously Administrators, &c.. been exhibit alone u worth fifty time the price of the book to :
on tM subject t. and were I -consult my Scientific Wonder! -liCalll1titute..Aup-- 19-tf Junt7-2 and County Railway_ .. Fairs rowers.. where- _warraoi they____have_,, ,'V tr___rra ,S_ .I. any fcunily. Exclusive wholesale.ageat.for,tM ; C

own inclination I would have my name GREAT CURE FOR LAND FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. Notice. ed.Trimble's Iron Sweep Powers TapLn's Circular United States and Canada. .
withdrawn. But I feel after date, I win apply to tha Fan Mills, Straw Cut H. WL'cD D .
that I Harrows
have Plows !
no rightto SIX Power, '
Acres situated on the head waters Circuit Court and officio Judgeof 100 Nv-.teess
B .
e Burr Stone Mills Wagons, Carts
disregard the wishes of political DYSPEPSIAIDR. of Hal river, Orange Administration with the ters.Portable ., Post Office eaeloetd '\
my va county, Probate for Letters Field and Girded Seeds of reliable qua. Price,SO sent* Stamp -
friends so universally expressed, that I East Florida, 41 rifles south of St. Augustine- WiU annexed, on the Estate of John Delmy:bite te. &c.Fertilisers, Fruit and Ornamental'Trees. to that amount.win pay tat one eopy.which will I.
should again offer my services to the peopleof J. 8. HOUCHTON'SPEPSIN1 bounded on the North by lands of J.J. Bulow, of Columbia county,deceased lity Our,descriptive" Catalogue, illustrated with cuts be sent free to any part of the United State >

Florida as their representative in the Con- deceased and on the south by lands now or latelythe July 1 GEO.' S.l? RBFRT.I will be sent gratis when two to four,Post Office Stationed,Booksellers Newspaper Agents*s.j
of The I enclosing a cash remittance will receive tLe work I.I
of the United States. property the Marquis de Fergeand. Stamps are remitted,according to the distance.
pen greater portion of said lands are covered with a Notice. July 29, 18523111 RALPH &CO.. a&a large discount otl' apri1 j .
It U a source of great happiness to me to growth of Live Oak and Cedar, and are well persons a hereby'forewarned"against :

know that my efforts to serve my constituents I adapted to cultivation of Sugar Cane and the ALL for a certain Promissory Note of Notice. : Cotton and Woollen.Machinery.and .
; .
hue been more than appreciated. If again Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cotton. Hand, made by the undersigned on the tenth or indebted Estate of FOREBIATHINGPIN Steam Saw lUlls and Eagaes., :.
t.L to the -
elected Lying on a navigable stream for flat boat of :. eleventh day of May 1852,to Moses Barber,sr, persona !
by them, I trust it will be in my three feet draft of water, these land are conveniently or tot the sum of O taJ and Twen- .tJL late of Putnam county., mIlE ESSEX COMPANY,i w'rmewMu.' ;. f
power to render myself more aeJ!ul! to them, situated for forwarding produce. bar. payable o Oet deceased,'are notified.to make immediate payment JL SACH SSTTTS,will promptly"execat* aQ or $

wd to prove myself not unworthy the repeated For term apply to C. DREW brl8 Dl TeocoDieratl of a. o b to the undersigned; and alTpersoas holding den for Cotton aad.WooU' ItachiBary-all -
honors At this Office-or to claims or demands against said Estate mast present kinds, and will contract for whole Mffls from tko I
they.have conferred upon 1De.- C. W. DOWMNG Tallahassee. te by law.' Anyone trading ( ue. Note them to the subscriber,duly authenticated, water wheel or steam engine to tbe..i hh r tka> ; _
,the day of the election is within the time law,or this notice :
so near, August will run a ; prescribed by chine. Steam Saw MOls- fey or.i &; tilaws
tfcat it would he difficult to unite on another J.9.ttN r"bllXRlSsF.-nTU. will be,pleaded- in bar of tame.' : .. ,Machinuto Tool of.,eriiry deeerfpuiiLocomot .. >. ..4-,
b.adictate. and I do not feel at liberty to de- otlce.TilE ; .NewnansviHe.E-F June 1. 18: 'WILLIAM THINGPIN -te and Freight Can. MaekiaeryofaH ,.< ': -'
dine the numerous nominations by which THE.TRUEDIGESTIVE between the sub- WHITE'CORN '. kinds on band either finished. or ia i'loyeet.. M .' < W
I co-partnership existing *0RH.-700baiheL. pre I'alatkiPutnam Co.hi1y19. 1852.5BBLS. that orders can be fiCed in short.. ;" -' .
*ve been honored. FLUID and William Nettles, in driving beef ../ Fou&blc : ft>Terms are very low. ., :_ -14i; '
Moat respectfully and cordially, Cattle,having been dissolved on the first day ofSeptember. S .JAS tuNITAM, & ". CASTPntlf-- ft .Persons contracting for JlHlf wfl3 famkEoi .

Your friend and obedient servant .* OK OASTKIf:) JUICE. .1B51. the for undersigned contracts will since not made hold 11' 2 doors Eiiai tfleUecbazte& 'a.AT .95 per at; ALCOHOL,' ,.. with drawipgs. for arranging the Mills,withe** \
himself responsible any .' eharee. f
HeaT While.OAT3. Just received and for sale by -> '

Gen. ,.V. CALL, E. .C.. CABELL.. -", .TIlt.boT.1rl1ele tGBER.T II Cor a1e,POINSETT! under the-name of the"late-IOIIN flnn. BROWN. d ._ ae bt,AMES. HNIA.t. MarohI8*_. ,JOILY;A.. :MAYER,Saraaiuk--' GOR1X7N McKAY Aieat.T.pl29ly .. :

T TalltJuueee Fla. oct 2IS .. ,Agent, Jackeonville Fix N.w River,'June 1C, .: June 17 .




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.. I.p.. ., TliE_fJr ORIDA ; REPUBLICAN" WS' fOii O( S \ d ,: Ra.ea ot.L.tt.P l ln 1 tab eUi1IIeSe1e tosi1thoeewbomsyb.uimjj ,
"10'1. ,
th and and from Polnsett's t
:. -, ,! jSjrOYUSHKDKpaiYTHrUSDAT.ATJacksonville. "Vsi' .. 'DlcIONXY 4 "i, u. ,ti't.t. ,>i I f ,. > f' d
Canada, Cl-_, d a the 30ithi_June; 7 Yours, "o ..' BNJjj
. '. Dnval County, E. F.,by. vo STATEUOUSEOFFICEUS... .1831. '- --. **,f.For ToEoinssttEsqDear : :" -, N DAYI"
r. -
.0 ,,'J.. COLUMBUS DREW. nifE : G overnor;TUOMAS BROWN wr.; : every nrtgk Ittler-mannscrfpVer piper : :. '
. :.: : MTKKUS. o,of 1453 Secretary State, CHARLES : DOWNING* of kind which-iuformatjon : N .Aaont.i
IOA.Vo c any upon shl b I
P.a. I
.1. : .. : ...' Three." Dollar per annum, payable tfT Conuioinf'THREE:TIME 'nutter Attorney Comptroller.General JOHN, DAVID BEARD.P.'HOGUE, asked communicated in writing, or b, mark: mm p laint Si. ., to you for r."I Jt2W

...If,.i.'. poB ordering the Paper. olUat B1 D al i&i CUIU. Treasurer, \VlLLIAM R. HAYWAHD. or signs sent by mail, the rates Id jUS.1t:, 1& ; the best I nave'
" I table shall bo charged and for additional eve
,.-_" ... Subscript Jons,if not paW before the expiration BaD I" Register State Lands, DAVID 8. WALKER. I half ounce or'fraction; of an ,ounce every above the nr Ip ublia.&sesJeaad,I feel hay b Sndliglt

; ;: rthe 0. I C. Merriam, Springfield, Nag4i ., Supreme Court.ROBT. S. HAYWARD. this additional O
year, are charged $4. Cerk 1 weight named in table a single \ : .-
W.V Advertisements will be inserted at the followingt .sold Ii.B Court Judges. ; n to be charged. ; LIC To E.Poinselt.E. .dIt'cU

.: "K One Dollar (twelve lines)for Supreo TiE
b square
; per BATON
': I TKBTIJUCONIAX.S. we. Having for devoted much St'Job"
. years: ItuD '
'the Crt; and Seventy-Five Cents for every subsequent \Valker Anderson I Ch. Justice 1 5 .4 .
Its I doubt Hon. Pcnsacpla .: time to the examination and collection of the .
t reputation i widely eztud. I Auguat7,1. .}
InWtSon. Adrertisers liberal Hon. A. G. Semmes I I -
To yearly Apaah'a'lon. r
not this edition has rive ent iprve L. A. I Aocat $1 08 various medicinal plants, roots and herbs peculiar Dar SJ: TIs wIl' Inform 10 Ih'm
Advertise- Thompson
All transient Ti'.u'e tbt
... dUconnt will be made. ', meut( from" -the hd i ha pe Circuit Judges. : 8 sg ir to peninsular Florida,the proprietor of tery or Diarrhoea,dangerously.i w tb' .r
incnU( 'Ttbyi>er* Western I Hon. Geo ) Apalach. ...., : acquired I knowledge almost everything .u'
:., .ltbthe office) must be paid for previous to publi- Middle Wayles S.lawknsl j TalTias'eJacks'vlle .' .<: branch which is rarely obtained by, those dia but all to tha geerD A(,
mad fo
C&UOD. I|I Eastern j 'Thomas Douglas )I O a.' whose object alone i botanical and me to try o
K.West 4a discovery
| Jos. B. Lancaster
:'Persons at a distance can their remit- Southern I 0 : 0 = = LOXECUSTMANLOXECVSW"fpSSSSrV"?* L'
t '. govern j I James M. Landrum,Sol'r W. Cir., Ucbcanna z oE4 0 classification. happy to say that 1 'Bottles

" Unee roradvertfaingly the following rates: | Samuel 1!. Stephens, SePt M. Cir., Quincy WHEN PREPAID. Cts. Ct,. Cts. Cts- Until the present year, be has had no of my children-boom ot U ewedTall\t&\

.' Ono Mnare (twelve lines) published months .1 DES DEFUHSO DICTIOHAJIT. i the English John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E. Cir., Jacks'ville Weighing 1 oz.. or under,being thought of compounding a botanical mal become generally; you"ah. ? tt

for. $1000 ." Ossiaa B. Hart, Sol'r 8. Cir., K. West single rates. .. . 36 10 15Over himsel his labors having been remey t be afflicted with this disease nTiy 1 hare th-

: Two. square?, for iix month, 13 00 I Lgge 44 t o*. and not over I oz. 6 12 20( .3. tbe of orders from abroad. and safe remedy,. Yoorj truly, e
j COUNTY OFFICERS. Over 1 oz. and not over li oz. 9 18 JAlES
Ltga1and other Business Cards, per an. 10 001! The manner in which he.has been led to To E.
Over 2 12
1 [First name Judgo of Probate; socond name Clerk li oz. and not over oz. 2 6 Poin8U, Esq. L\TI
Notices to debtors and creditors, T 00I of Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name: O ver 2 oz. and not over 21 01. 15 3 5 place himself in his present position is a I

. Application for letters administration, 5 00 I .ACCWKATB and BELIABLB. i givg a just (whenever occurs, as in Gadsdcn. ec.) "ax \JE:lJzcrAm. follows:-A personal friend afflicted with L JAaO
i nL2Jni3
: exhibition of the S aLone . 8 i 10 10 15 DearSIr, han tried 1
Notice of Application for dismissal's AdminisWor ; L"ag Assessor Colector.] rlte, as I 3ysenterjf, haying failed of obtaining relief r cine for Diarrhoeaafftri yo .
. Circuit.Officers. Over J oz. and not 'over 1 oz. 10 20 SO and find it by
l 00] 2 J the faculty one audressCi L far the b
rom regular uay
$ Post I Over loz. and not over 11 oz. 15 SO 4Overljoz. > I cure for this Jise
.' For announcement of candidates for office, 5 00 COlnty. Charles N. Jordan O.r. and not over 2 oz. 2010 3 4 6 him thus-'-It is said that soil and I ever known or Lead. dangeros. My littl dL tbM I .,

'. N.anmounccmcnt will be made unless the same Ellcambia. F. E. DeLarua, Over 2 oz. all not over 2* oz. 2 0 5 clime produces an antidote ever about two ears, had suffered loneifd ,
I F. DcLnrua culiar to the with per duced to almost a skeleton,and f ,ar
locality so, ,
t>e accompanied with the amount charged. ; you tried
j ls'oTE.-From and after the30th Juno the a Bottle ot
i Chain your "JNDIAN
John Is
.". Editorial polices for private benefit will be {I Santa.Rosa E. S.Amos Mion mode of computing the rates upon knowledge of the field and wood, must it has acted like a charm, the LOXtCUST"1d 1114

barred double the rate of advertising. i j I Isaiah Cobb, Jr.* 44 -i. e. letters from one office within the\United L know of something to relieve me." proving and mal bo seen bl those I no" .

': Religious, Obituary,and Marriage notices,will!]1 TIlE MOST COML: ACCT Walton Daniel McLeod Ucheana States or Territories to another, and also upon The reply was, that he was acquainted icyc. lte.rpecttu111 who, do Dot"
letters between the United States and the British
D. McKinnon L with the of and
I AD RLAL DIcO AY T Angus properties some plants roots A. V.
lie published gratis. j! 4' Win North American provncesis to be as follows, to .To E.Poinsett, Esq. COLVI.'f
be believed
I L"OUAGE. W.lcColu. would have the desired
wit Single rate, half
be an ounce
Communications must post paid. I, Holmes A bncr Gar o ; ST.

. .' f. _._________-_-____________.________________.______________ I 4' Martin W. Brett Cero I double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, but not effect; and animated with friendship, he set Dear NICHOLAS r .,July JJ,JJjm
U Robt. R. Golden exceeding an ounce; treble rate if exceeding an I about the preparation of a medicine immedi Sir: This is ',.eertiC} that two BouJtsor

GEORGE II. SMITh & CO., 9 Wuhington -- Orange Hill I ounce, but not exceeding an ounce and a half; ately. The material was gathered by his your has Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECtWi '

.. .AUCTIONEERING AND COMMISSION Norman A.Campbell and so on charging a additional rate for every own bands, and then compounded. permanently cured two of our Negroes,of -
Tere Diarrhoea.
M EnCHANTS.J4CKSONVILLE 4 John A.Tabor additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce. carefully I tab pleasure in
FLA. Jackson FrcdTt R. Pittman Mariana The mode of computing rates upon letters to It was completely -the cure ,va your valuable l\IedieiDe-aa being without

I u S. C. Bellamy Great Briai and to all other foreign countries, effected. The fame of this cure, spreading one ot the best and safest remedies for this tIo.a

'0 SUBSCRIBERS-hnvo entered into co- 4' James Griffin the : American provinces excepted, among a circle of friends, induced frequentapplications that I have heard of or seen. Yours truly dietis,.

IIlE .. for the pnepose of carrying on Calhoun I' 11.Calvin B. Evans Stephens BlountstownBenj. March will remain, 18-&, and at agreeably present,to under instructions the act appended of 3d for the medicine, until, to avoid To E. Polnsett Eeq.JI0YILLnJuue. W. O.McLNTY .(
: onsinets, and an> prewired to make! the trouble of '
F. Parker to the table of 1'oreijjn ostages.DIECTIONS. making a preparation eachlime i
4 U|.ltb r oa consignment or at auction (one of I 9th,
tan being$n auctioneer.) Both of the firm 1,. And other member of the United States u Tho J. Land a quantity was made up and kept on Dear Sir I:r have used Indian 185i

.' .' :en well acquanted with tbe merchants and citinu thy. Frankli Arch'd T.Bennett Apalachicola 1st. Every exceeding hal hand to give away, without a thought of in my family, and have found your it a Lo%.

s ;: of the interior, which gives them the advantmre Soal W. Spencer. an ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single letter accepting a remuneration. More than one remedy for Viarrh I take great very yalaalllt.
.' : or making ready sales of any goode or mer- -- or rate. hundred cures were effected. At length, by recommending it to the public. ia
;4aoiiz which may be sent to them on consign- Middle Circuit. 2d. All dopleter or letters placed in any: vRespectfully.] J. E.
the advice of friends and tired; of the inroads TOWNSE.'iD'Egbcr
.IIIt. I GoiUdcn Edward C. Love Quincy post office, ion, but fur delivery: Poinsett, Esq. J
.They will give their attention to making good I', States. llobt C Lester only, shall be charged with postage at the rate of made upon his time and purse,he determined

.. '. and Immediate ae%. They would respectfully solicit Unte any that Samuel B. Lovo U one cent each. to manufacture the medicine for sale, conscious I- JACKSONVILLE, E. Fl,., May I?,L
from merchants and tradesmen of ting Hugh O. McLean 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation Dear Sir This
patronage that what bad may certify to
i been done proved to you that
i for English Language. a blessing a I
. other cities, who wish to sellgoeds in our market. A th Leon David W. Gwynn TallahasseeNewport for the last preceding fiscal year (ending the negro girl suffering under a severe a
few could
Any business in their line will be promptly attended I Oscar A.Myers 30th June) did not exceed$2 may semi throughthe ] not lose its virtues from being arrhoa, and that the use of oae bottle attack of.bI-

to. Haley T. Blocker U mail all letters [, and receive offered to the many, or from having its mercantile preparation called Indian Loxecnsf effect/aDv ofvnn

f .;. GEonOK II. SMITH, I John II. Rhodes through the mail all written communications, price, instead of being gratuitous. cnred her, and I would take this
JOII* W. PRICE. \Vm. J..Council addressed to himself, hiapnvate bus ,wbich it as method or recommending
4 WakuUa o un This, then, is the origin of'OINSETT't a very valuable Medicine
K FEnSCF1, Reed. Fernandez, Bisbee I Vm.V.. shall not exceed in weight one half ouiue, free ol Yours truly, JOHN
.. :: .. Jt Co., It Boulter& Co., Samuel Willams Alsop I .1C U Abijah lounl U postage. This docs not authorize them to frank] } INDUS LOXECUST. .1\1r. Egbert loiuseU. BRA.'iTl.EI'.'

It Boars, Jacksonville; Boston Gunby, J A Larocbe Alfonso I. Combs any letters unless written by themselves, and on He does lot enter the fielJ a a competitorfor .

II E M Moore &Co., Seaborn Goodall Sa- Jefferson Thomas Chace, MonticelloCourthouse their private business only ; nor does it authorize public favor in the ranks of Quackery.He JACKSONVILLE, July.26,1851

:. ::. .vannan. 3 an. 15, 18. tf. 'a Craven G. Fife them to receive free of postage any thing but has no dreams of building up a fplemlidfortune Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with
written communications addressed to themselves a severe Diarrhoea
T. Lenizo ,
AGENCY I Daniel -so severe that I
from pills and potions. Yet he doe 5 eoaLl not I t-
U John WoolenAlcx'r U and on their private business. tend to business. I
: FOR CLAIMS WASHINGTON_ .Every tcholar knows its value." Madison McDonald not profess to be so disinterested a philanthropist your "IN my DUN LOXECUST.-was recommended to try

.'.. : William E. Eennaugh a' SamL R. Sessions Xeicrpaper Rates,per yitarlcr tchen sent from as to offer his medicine for the public Bottle of it. At the same time two procured'on.members

t p. hAlt WlLLABD'S HOTEL, PENNSYLVANIA,AVENTIoUnut 4 John H. Paterson the office publication, to actual and bOla Jidcsubv.ribcrt goo alone. He wishes and hopes to re my family were aSicted with the same dueate.V ot.
i : \ e all
; Robert used the
to give his prompt attention to the ar- McKinncy i return for bis labor and the medicine from the one BoUie,
. ." hamilton Henry J. Stewart, Jasper From after the 30th of June, 1851, for each a expense and 1 am now happy to inform that
rangemcnt and of claims before Congtn you it
prosecution eawd
\ .. which he has
to been
not three He all
; William Day newspaper exceeding ounces in weight t, subjected. ua entirely. We
are all
A valuablo \vork and
or of the Executive DepartmentsUlaimB I a NECZSSITT hearty
: arising any from the Revolutionary, Florida, very ." r Win. J. J. Dnnean the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly offers no universal remedy for "the ills that from the use of only one Bottle of your ValQbft

b.L oOr Mexican wars; Invalid, Revolutionary Hal flill: TnT EDUCATED. ) Jeremiah B. Smith U in advance. These rates only apply Where flesh is heir to," but simply claims to have .Jledicinc. lours truly, .
the sent from the .
office of
i aper publication to
Eastern Circuit. i TD10THY
17. 'or Widows Pensions Naval or Arrn. i discovered a remedy in the vegetable ILUUlL
. .'.-. ; ; actual biU fide subscribers. kingdom To E. Poinsett
.. Bounty Land or Scrip, under law of Feb. 11 I CoIumLia Geo. S. Herbert AUgltr for a certain__ __._ kind nr _.. "q.' lrmI I Esq.
--- n ---- -- .!
1847,or August 10, iSIS; Arrearages of Pay and S. Scarborough that when he Man.darin, Fla.,Oct. 1 .
believing it will 125
. A. J.T.Wright U says care, he !.
Mileage due Claims for I Dear Sir-Some
; since I
I but on visit
Horses lost and other Property destroyed ; Ex- Lawrence K. Mickler I : speaks what the name of that medicineJurport your place, and was taken Dear

'.. -" J't''. incurred by Volunteers before being mustered ,| RLBL Dictio.0h Alcbua A. I'!. Caston Xewnansvie :: : 6 > ) in the Sennmole dialect-THE TRUTH_ Your Indian Loxepnst suddenly was recommended.very "Fb sZek.

n and received into service Waggon-ma- am'lluel s friend that I was
'. 0 ; i, 4' a' .. .! .4. : visiting happened to have a bot
.1 '. ter and Teamsters' claims; Marines', sailors', i ifcc. .-- '; a tle of it in the house, and I nscdit and take
., &c. '! Duval Felix Livingston Jacksonville < 'O1gEff'S INDIAN L LOECIIS H T:" sure in informing you that it eared me. ,f plea-

., ... Having all the forms necessary for a proper i< .'a Isidore. II.V.Smith OaruioOeo. .44 Cts.Cu C E.Cts.rJ Cts.:Cts.Cts.r averse to having my name in print,but still an for
of claims with the rules the benefit of those
: ; preIentation that
ad regulations governing together Depart-!{I Nassau. Uriah Bowdcn 1ndlin Not Over over 50 50 and miles not over 2 15 10 5 2! lj THE MOST CERTAIN AND SAEREJ1EDY publish this if yoa think may it necessary.be aflictedyoa ew

.. .. vents, he is prepared to undertake all claims, of( .AOES WILL ELAPSE before any other Dic. -C. C.-Bessent- Woodstock 3 miles 105 21 FOR TIE CURE Yours with respect, ,
chat kind that 5 3 2
.. soever require >erviccs t lIl SUSANNAH HARTLEY.
(C not 1000
A. J. Braddock 6
4 .fsnAgene7attliiplaee.P&ttienlAr 3 Dr E Poinsett
75 45
John's 15
St. Gad 7J
Humphreys St.Angustine 3J
attention given to the settle- 3
meat of Quartermasteris'accounts. proper i I Peter B. Dumas Over 10.not over 2000 AND Gravelly Hill Oct.20,185 L
Raphael B.Canova 100604020105 Dear Sir: lour Indian Losecust is
Charges moderate and the amountclaimed agoodmed-
regulated by
Over not over 4000 icine. Some
and the extent services I Ju. Putnam II. R. Palatk 2 DYSENTERYWhich time since I purchased bottle from
1 Stanislaus (liniski 123 75 25 126J A M. Reed,Esq.,
All 5 your agent,and it to
to insure insertion, must gave we
'.. I fce paid dee 4-tf ,I I Robert T. Boyd Over 4000( miles 150 9 6 :1 15' 7j has ever been presented to the public, of my negroes that had suffered very much from
. II I Orango William Campbel Enterrie DIRECTIONS. It stands upon its own and needs no a severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon .
Henry A. merits afterwards I had
.ERICANANDFOREIGNAGENCY :e1onvie negro attacked with the
'a 1st. IVcekly only, when sent puffing.ItFr HAS
Elijah papers as above NO FAILED TO CURE same disease. I purchased another
G EEIIt COMMISSION Marion John \VaLon.. Ocala stated are to be delivered free in the county where GLEINSTKCE. cured him also. bottle and- it

. CITY OF AVASHIA'GTO.V, MIICIIk1S Robert Bullock they are published ; and this although convcyei ATHIS I do not hesitate a moment in rocommendi

TT PER the direction of AARON 1IAIGI1T In The Buying And Selling Of. I 5. E. Heh"erton Flemmingtona' in 2d.t the mail over 50 miles. Valuable preparation is compounded your Indian Loxccnst to the public! as being the? .
Newspapers containing! not 300 in the
Jee M. over medicial growing most certain
Ocala&iuthera sever
... U PALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL Wiis inches, are to he charged one quarter the above ,, Wilds of Florida. It is IIREY and WHOLLY ever ns d. or remedy heard of. If Dysentery that I 1 an

:.. ; GARRETTSON SXETllEXofXcw IMPLEMENTS AND hlilisboro' Simon Turman rates. Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure publish this. Yours you see proper,JOt eai
Attorneys And of the Supreme Tampa 3d. Publishers of of the above disease. The trull,
Ole Inventor
Oounsellor MACHINERY.ALSO .4' Ilartin Cunnin"bam newspapers are allowed to ex and Proprietor MILE:PRI CEJ
Cou the tnited 'a Benj J. change free of postage, one copy of each number is fully convinced that it is an invaluable Dr E Poinsc,Jacksonville -
. .. T f"rmel fur the following Hernando Elms G. laglcr I only ; and thJ privilege extends t newspaper Medicine. In fact the test that he has given it
bjes. Georgia and French Burr 1i Stones; Cusopus, .. Malcomb lring 1m published Canaa. in the town in which he resides, and the nato U- Jacksonville, Fla., Sept.25,Iss;
/ .: law in the Supreme Court of Colugeu, Cullin and Also, l'etern 4th. The hliig Dr E Poinscttir
pnctcng every newspapers must be taken success with which it has: met : This is to certify that I
..'.. '. the :tat, and conducting professional kind of produce North and South, and CASU paid Xathan'l M. Moody or determined when they are in a dry ntuto. him in saying that it is a POSITIVE warrant have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhea
'". ..: Business Congress.!. for Wool. Hides, Deer skins, and Shipping t Furs. I Ezekiel L. SelphMonroo I 5th. Postmasters are not entitled to receive lie ha therefore como to the CUtE. by the use of your most valuable medicine caUsal

.' .. ,2 For the prosecution and recovery of all claims :.UlL HOYT. HAMPTON L. lilLBO.References .. Benjamin lames M.Sawyer Key"Vest. newspapers free of postage under their Cranking; place it within the reach of all, knowing how many Indian Loxccnst after suffering for more than 12

JnJworeqwty.ganst the United States be 4' lracewcl a' privilege6th.! suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous months with that distressing disease. I take pisa

: \ Departments, or : RoL.Clrko Payment in advance does not entitle the Disease, particularly the Southern aBd sure in recommending your most valuable medi
against foreign Governments before Boards of Messrs. AXDERSON & Co., FRANKLIN &DBA NT- Joh I party paying to any deduction from the above western States.In .. cine to all similarly afflicted.

Cmmljioners. I.F WEBSTER & PALMES, SWIFT, DEXSI.OW & Assessor rates purchasing my Iutla'n IiOiccust'T b.. 1 remain yours truly.

'. .. : te Icttement of accounts with the Co., Savannah, Ga.; WM. P. MILLKR & Co., .Aulrx .ofcio'Tax. -and- Co1ector. particular.,._ and look for my written signature onlaw A.J.:JOHNSON.
tt Treaul Nar. Post: Office and New York; It1UrLES Nouns, lAO:&Co., Boston -- = Rates if Postage to be chargcd upon all transient LL laUCl.' Formerly of Jacksonville C'

.-. Dlnwent the :emi Mass.; F. B. LOIS. E! ., \ London, $100,000 SAVED !! Newspapers and tV(1 oTher desiltion of l'n- I refer the public below to.a. few selected -
sion of Ae.,pnaltie.and forfeitures, for Ct.; li. S. tfQ., Wilmington, lie!. Matter, except P.ewsprzpers and I'erzodicas, from among many received frol certifcate CLIFTON, FLA. Oct. 6",JSSt.

.. .iolton) post office, or other Savannah, Angurt 1831. BeIJt.4-t STREET and Fletcher publJed at intervals tot exreeding thee months citizens of Jacksonville. respctablo Dear Sir: One Bottle of your Loiecasthu completely -

.. .: IW.. letters FIKE1NPEAKL Three Stores their atd fo the of/Ire of IJlwliatiO to actual EGBERT POINSETT. cured one of my men of a long standing,
securing patent for invention New Goods New Goods contents Deeds anl and bona obstinate Diarrh .-From its and
.. from the United States or from destroyed. before "or.1! .ubscher.. P. S. Planters should not be without this vain efficacy where all complete certain -
Gover. SAFES I. other medicines had MM
ments, and procuring land warrants and pensions At Wholesale and RICI'S AG.\ISr t Q c Q able Medicine Every family ought, to keep i I take pleasure in
, Uctai.- SAFES of different NUT.-For each recommending it ass oust
under the various Ilkers consumed on hand.A. .
I i pension laws of the United valuable medicine.
I t States. JUST RECEIVED, direct a I with their contents! The.Safe made by Rich& additional ounce. or a. ,i JM. REED, principal Agent for Jackson Yours &e., ,:
Fox collections Assortment of Fashionable Spring I Co.defied the flames and brought out its fraction of an ounce, T. E.BUcK3Le. ,;
generally, 0 g To Dr. E. .
embracing debts
1. vie. Poinsctt.
:: Dress Goods, of French British content
1elaiuId inheritances, in tho and American without a mark of fire upon them beyond tho ten ounee 8 j .
foreign countries. Unite Manufacture,comprising in part- MK. in this table, an ad- 2 o 8 Jacksonville Nov. 12, BSf!?

.6. For the purchase and solo of lands in French oil col'd Ginghams, American do. GILEn1 LETTER. ditional rate \i be S S S Sthuged. 2 TESTIMONIALS.SEVEN Jlr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir I in
ol : take pleasure
iI" ______ the" States or Territories of the Union, and any fban- French, English, and American Prints, THE FIRE 'LiTHER ]) PEARI. ST3., N; Y. 0 ,_8 8 expressing to you my approbation of JDdiaa
Furniture Chintz f. your
_,-: lag therein.moneys .on mortgage of real estate lying and Muslins, ,J'ig'd and Plain Lawns Messr. STEARNS and J/AIIVIN YORK,,Dec.Sueeesr 20, 1851.to C. .o .0.o e'an i.P ..",' :c..t:3: :.. CASES CURED!!! with Loxicust good as success.a family medicine.Yours I have n Jed it

.,I. 7. For investment of funds in United States Do. J.aekonets, Plain and Fig'd Swiss Muslins SIRS when& Co.the, No. 16Vater: York.- (.as, Ctl. Cu. Six MIIE CI EK,'FLA., Dec.. 9, ISbl. respectfully I. SWAkt:,,
and State loans wa consuming my place of One Ct. Cl. Mr Poinsett,
collection oz under
stkand of the divi or 1 2 3
Cambrics and J Business NoV216 I Jacksonville Nov. 17.13SL
akonet.plai and checked lear Street, 1 was absent in Ovcrloznotovcr2oz. Silt : the benefit of tho afflicted
..II ..ead Ihern generally for the transaction : 2 4 6 8 10 } you can
bmsines peituinh.g to a law, loan, and Fig'd Bcragcs, Sik Tisue very rich pat Rensslaer in! County, tstng a new cleaning apparatus 2" I 3" 3 6 9 12 15 publish folo1ing-1 have had seven cases or Mr. Poinsett-This win inform you that far
.41I' terns, connection several 1
.. I banking agency. my Excelsior Thrasher, 3 I" I 4" 4 8 12 16 Diurrlicea my plantation this season; all of years have suffered much a! differed
:.rP,.:,r All communications addressed, postpaid, to Wide Black Silk, very cheap Marselines and did not read the account until I was fearful it I 4" I 5". 5 10 13 20' 2 which have been cured by the use of your most times from Chrocio Dianh L '1 have tried par
,4 and Florence Silks, of color was too to save my books which ., 2 valuablo I Indian Loiecnat and received rii f,
t Messrs. Pointer &Snethrii. American and For every lat were placed 5" c 6" 6 12 IS 21 medicine called Indian an entire '
E eign Agency city of "Washington, will receive Crap Shawls, plain and embroidered, in one your safes, purchased from Mr. Marvin 6 7" 7 21 3 Yours respectfully, JOUl Lxecst. Jr and have no reason to doubt its being permaneat.. .
::;;r prompt and faithful attention. Gloves, Black and col'd Lace: Some years ago. My fears were not allayed when 7" I 8" 8 I 21 2 3( .Believing it to be a duty which I owe to the af
fpc PALMER & SSETHEN Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, I found it necessary uponmy return to apply the 'a 8" 9" 9 IS 2736 STILL ANOTHER.Black fUeLed, 1 present you this certificate.wnichjw

: Office No.5 Carroll Place, Capitol Jenny Lid Polka Gaiter Croton Water 40 hours before 1 wa enabled to _. 9" 'a 10 'a 10 4 Creek,Fla., Feb. 1st, 1S32. can use as Jon think proper I will' also n7
July 3. Jauti.a nil. Gaiers. commence operations; after required 2 3 .o 5 that in conversing with many who hav'nsedyMr
Opr 5 Sir Some
0' time since
Sintla .1. Rn.1in. hours of tabnr nr.nHnnflnn to mi.. (ka n member nf medicine. I have not found nrl
', ----- ad S. DR1 rTrON -- ---- -- mvO one who dM nceive
.. Bounty Land and General The most approved stylos of Spring Bonnets, mandor from its asbj.cd., You may judge of my 1. On family was very ill, indeed with a Diarrhoea. 1 relief. - --

'.: '... ',. Agency, Do. Children Hats, Silk Bonnet richly anxiety during this delay, and my agreeable surprise cular, everV tranjlut, engraving newspaper, unsealed ir- resorted to several things usually given for the JOHN C. LET

., ,' 1. Washington, D. C. trimmed and of the upon opening the safe in the presence of I magazine, book, and every pamphot. periodical of, Dseas. but'' Indian none of them would afford uny re Pastor Methodist Church Jac&sonvwe4
..6 $ French Flowers, rich Bonnet llibbous.Grntlcmcn't number of gentlemen, to find books and was recommended
T. my matter the
.Y WALKER above
i.. : will give prompt saved pa.pr printed rates must i all cases by several persons; I made mind Jacksonville,Dec.4tli 1C
and to
np my it
as legible they try -
and efficient Wear were previous to ,
a according to the
: attention to the BOUNTY The intense heat b prepaid weight. and am very glad Idid so, as one Bottle Dr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir Three (*
to which effected : paitso
t.::4 -Il CLAIMS of officers Boots,Gaiters,"and Shoes, tho Safe wassubjected \\ henever any matter
LD and soldiers on which the a cure. You will Bottle of
t ,... engaged can be conjectured from prit please inch your most valuable medieino called In
.. Ready condition is publih' tbia
WAK postage
in Clothing a splendid required
> or either I assortment
. of the IXDIAX mae prepaid, a valuable Medicine dian Loxeenst
of another info, [not a Salamander shal through known has entirely relieved of ***
. ".., t WM i which the U' States very fine. ] of which an tho inattention Postmasters to me a
hare '
; been lome tho ,
C ,..'..t .t. .<.WarJ.with Great engaged, Country merchants supplied for cash, terms iron skeleton frame only remained and not sent without prepaymentlhe shall public. Spread it far and near in order that attack of Diarrh a. I cheerfully:recontneni
Britain on be
:.. of avos same the
1812-to charged afflicted "
i'-- tige of a book. may find relief. Yours &o.c your medicine to those .
r &Mmon U. MIUTAKY equal to New York prices. Tho country public Tey.were 'compaioni the with double the above rates. similarly -> ci
." h &, SERVICES, are solicited to call and examine Goods and prices. same office, on which they 3. Bound books and;parcels of ELIJAH BUTCH. With respect yours&e., _,
I .JIl. 'V.IuSOrl LIT JIOPElT&e., and to fell upon crates of eartltcrn print matter, To Dr E lYoinsett.SACKSOsVLLZE.. TIL\D. 'C.- ANUREIVFor.
;1 ( ftj-At the Brick Cash Store. ware in the cellar, the not weighing over ounces, _
.: requiring deemed -
an Agent 3 .
or ruined safe the Salamander. shal ,
upon their mailable :
L. B. posi matter. "
: AtttnHy.fct'WMhinsUii.! For AMERMAN. I F. .
.f procuring Land August 15th 1351. :
.'. Wamata Lion had been reversed, not even Periodicals heA1ULcteI.c
charge will published at
U intervals
. '' $5. In other the'skelton not exceed-
. ..,.: tb.charge will be proportioned to the nature cases would have remained l'l loss ing three months,and sent from the office of Dear Sir: This will inform yon that one bottle COUGH SYRUPS Me Cigarettes
.. t
....:1''- I JJiwflIthoI.etlnoonnection with General Commission : your Salamander with the representatives ot to bo charged with ona l\alf the rates mentioned, are permanently cured two of my negroes of a sever io Pills, derangements of the Liver: ,.Sp *'

s.'JO.: Attonfoyi in.Florida, who 'may be Agent in or 36 WATER ST., NEW lUerClant tl0O and important has documeut which could i the last above table, and prepayment of a attack of Dysnter. 1 consider it.a excellent &0.; Tonic Pills and Bitters"for'the,Dyspeptic;
; medicine
:t 0 and duplcated. compensated me. ter'i postage thereon must in all quar. and great Antalgio Pills,Ointments and Tincture, fora*
Ba"Lud on terms which attention cases bo plea
r otbrola(which be SUIC articles of entrusted given to the sale of I aford megreat pleasure to exhibit the Perodcas published at, intervals of more-required than sure i recommending it to the publc. ; relief if Nephntie, Uterine,Rheumatic genii
his safe
. to
0 fov paid] will receive rhoul produce care, purchaed' you,and explain its merits, are Respectfully pains Poemtetme Pills and Mixtures
.:'-i'; J immediate and all promptly complied with. at charged with the full rate,which ; ,(Of MTCT
my present Pearl
" -. 'Jane.8. lawtf. ofce 21 street, whore I must be prepaid. S. D. FERNANDEZ. lug speedily.(cite, tnto jecunde,) neucoos ana.
: ''if. 1..1 anl2tC shall the building. No. 216 is Nora. To Mr.E. Poinsett. .
. remi -In ease there is on or in other discharges from the urinary organs? StTf*
....$0." \ JOHN A. Yours respectfully, periodical, pamphlet any newspaper, tic, for uterine and other Hanaorrtagea 'AnIL5 .
,.. DLLNEU.& POTT1fl. HAYEK DRUGGIST or other .printed matter IS NO ;
I.i-t JosEru G.GILBERT. paper connected therwIth, or "TlERE FAIL. IN IT." dropical Ointments Powders and Potions, for reducing

_..,.A.2. "l 001'- u&1 merchat No. BrougtUon street, S.Yannah, Ga The undersigned invite country merchants and any kind by which information any shall manuscript be asked for of St. Beach, Fla., Feb.6th 1832. _dropsical swellings; Cardiacal Pills, of
.,.. t i. 'tret Corner OFFERS for sole every article in his others interested in tho preservation of their books or communicated in writing, or by marks Joh's diseases of the heart and purification of the blood
...f. ; WILL attend Btln, JeY York, line of business, besides from fire, (but particularly those having ,Rich's the said newspaper, periodical, pamphlet or signs, Dar Sir-Having used you most valuable Alterative Pills,for the renovation of.the constitution
t. lf $0 promptly business entrusted Spirit Gas, Gas Lamps. Camphine, safes in use] t call at the depot 146 Water street, printed matter becomes subject to letter or other called Indian Lexecust with complete ; Antidysenterie Pills,for, d1sente'J.**!
..C .' their e- Particular attention given to the Landretfi'o Warranted Fresh Garden New York, see the interior of Mr. Gilbert's and it is the duty of the postage; succes in my family, 1 feel it a duly I owe t you diarrhoea;Magic tinctures and Embrocations
. ';' Mb Lumber-Timber and safe with the the Postmater to remove and the public to inform you that myself the
; o Turpentine; Seeds, books undisturbed, which he has wrappers and envelopes two speedy relief of nervous affections, especialr/
. *Ub the printed children Dave been
.' ,f, :..r... t purchase of goods. Segan, &o. &c. kindly permitted t remain for the satisfaction ter and pamphlets not charged with letter mat with it,when cured of a severe Diarrhea those of females Disinfectant and Propovleetfo
: advancements else
nothing would
,' lbr on At wholesale and gratification the public. for the of give us relief.- Washes (the former aad
mae and secure agaiDst.lDt'eetio,
conlgnment. ascertaining whether Publish
j.; 1 1f e&19. 18t..I) N. it. Spirit. _mnmtfnfn__n_____*>__retai.. -._ .1.n,.. 'f."-.''.' In-Orders for Ritnrlni Prof'Anlb.. on/1--V-nn"--. Unon Or puOBO. / vrifcK_ .nnv_ _imK___ .intf,1 there. A". is_ this if yoa please. Yours!..respectfully! the latter.neutralizes bv a ahemiftal'- nrneess.&U
,. 2ea island Cotton Ging.fVTUE and for sole .low &can be purchased in the Doors, promptly and faithfully executed.STEARNS : or in 8uch-package, any matter n" or.thing.which.. To Dr E \* .LUVW. VT iH. contagions viens with'which, one may chance**
.1. :1r SUBSCRIBER takes this Northern market, for cub or approved credit.. &MARVIN, would authorize requr the charge' of a higher Poinet. como in contact) Colic Syrups,for children;DBcntients -

:JL :to loform the planters of opportunity Successors to Rich & Co.., rate of postage N.K.'JIALL.- J4CJOVn May 6th, 1831. for welling.'pimples .freCkIe*,'&*;
. : Long Staple Ct PekInTea 146 Water street and corner Avenuo A and St. Postmaster This Salve,, for sores; UnguenW, for itchscaldb
; "T toni Warehouses General. is i to it
: : thai be still continue the manufacture Company 1 Marks Place New certify is with much that I :
I York OFFICE pleaur &c. iadCollutorias
taUrtluprtTed ROLLER HORSE T6 and It ; POI DEPARTMENT. Jane 14,1831.Notice. announce to the PnbHo that I have ;CoUyria.for sore eyes DenUeicea-
1-4 .t. : GINS, don- latn New"Tork. pwner of the exclusive right of Rich's,Patent effeetu- for the teeth and vaneM
ally of gUms
:" bUM4taiIe the ;
at hit -
,. .$ ; usual rat and ready to for whole of the United '1 cure distressing complaint called ot.hu"remedies'are '0.
. ; tU th.shortest I 4.Tl1E PEKIN TEA COMPANY has States, and the only 'the highly Dp taanufaetured to-rdet,
: : : .o A noUc. makers of Salamander .- tntr b7 re e : chemical
.Ji been both mmeno and uaiv.r7recognized
combining pathological :
,: established patents Poinsett. principle
... of the Gins apply to the fol- many years, and has called RICH'S TO TIlE OFFICERS AND Mr 1,had. things.
commonly safes WILDEK'S SOLDIERS many by the I
," .... LowhigAgenu.or to those who,Lave alwys tt ln'&" ed a high reputation or no avail : I was induced to profession,lad KQDoraIIJ'on
them OF try
use; for Safes with THE SEVERAL WARS very hand at the Brick.Office., of DtU BAKE
: .Rw ; { .AGENTS.' i Teas of the most delicious character ltch'llmprovement SINCE palatable and Medicine ,.
! Feb. and to -
i ..., and and at : 1832.-3m. .TJIR llmt..taf peat. __ m_ ,_great. opposite the Court'House. ," '- 'V. .4
' r. VfflaWa Jt fraglLnC prices! which have in REVTI1TUBy action W .._ *__h r..l taL f .
Centerrlllage __. __ .._ every )\ n .
Aoa -- .
."... ..f/.r "UU. HIW >PKICE per bottle, phial. oiutfl1itione -
!f' B. a recent days and have
! R. not been ,
,, Ca. S. 1" w0OTVhlvu A HO .1'ea are warranted Act' Congress;officers and sol- troubled since with for their .*
fS i & DeVeaur,Charleston pure, and nay be if do : (who not received so much dreadecldieease. iat
8. not HOUSE.
:, C. rtule are entitled :
*" to to ,
-.,Ttoom Oeala E. I ? Jj8 a they are .' 'The CLICH' BOUNTY LAND.forservicoiof I am happy to other immediate : ;
MHa.c' ,, Florida.. Teas one .month say euiea/hive clue. *
I' '' old by done or more the under ,",00 ia hand and from $3 ta$100,*""*
; 7. 1 Co.iaekionvm th COmpl.re up in lb.,1.2 : ; widoWl and minor children of those COle my observation ,
Bib E. ow withia few
', Fla, lb. 1- ing to contract and the "
deceased, 1 nature of the ease, y
I. :: are
. I E. it : o The dys. cheerfully ad4 -
F. mite
; convenient D Subscriber iny
KLHmt kgl' main .having : will
,' > recently'opened eltted. toth.a1ready the is *
for euro M
I. .: Savannah country the _,_ -_ at ,&' amouni of completed;or.Is incurable eases,'
Ga. agrest underae. & testimony with
' .Jm C variety abov Houe,.woul4.rop -compensation, the regard to year the relief is '
a ttuUv promised affordod. ..SpeeialcontrteUmade
outlay of solicit Valuable I
I 1t"\ ." I /, SJL.NiblkKC..ADlgltrE.F. may aal certain of cpia. Hotel keepers ': ,- ,. .- patronage of the public. There ed in tose intrested Having been employ Mediu. I am, respecfully &e. in chronic cases,when desired.: 'I
on their IIEAI3.N '
,- EabO htW Lo, dN uniform character of table' a are at this time some five to six rooms unoccupied in seTnl years, his experience lr. ; ,.Ordersfrom a distance with endoU*
such To E.- .r. ,
which Teas will] money
: .('t. ,OomtyUa.'J. ALSO there U a large voriety Teas,; done of in which ee'oralot the same with-fire places., 'The House ?matter. enable- him to afford great .PolUiEsq. ;:: will'meet'With prompt attention .j
a up three PEN- ,
"EitAozumBzusuzs wrappers. Inside -of lead, the bU andJY-1ad of the Post SIGNS, & olamantfor..LNDAND JACE5OrYILLMy2II851 JaekaonvilIcyDeori2lS31.-' ffc, J.SELLINO .
; T
c* ,.batoft. J second wa- and w Dear sih '
fvbscriber, U moderate- T' tar proof ,and outside Chinese 4s Agent and.expense.where-.he I eonsidecit to,be a toatter;t.ofi duty
"JW. I fSD wanting per. ,1 .rice\ f pa. for" G. Sot!four horse Coach and two horse charge 1 made, ,AH letters,obtains nothog.DO: to inform yon that I'had been-laboring Tin fler a I -, OFF OLD: .STOCK.

.U. r.dip1&1 Agent For sale at the New : ,both!leavig for Ocala semi-week attention p.tpi wi recive veryiolent ch baffled the enber ; t
,, WBURNg; ::1/ the York.pro"l for-eashiy J ly.>, For further the offices prompt and ,tbe. '. and skill of two attaht,1aa I THE InIte'thi't.&t
: Agent, af at of Instructions fae
ad enable ,
,a.Mary's the Jacksonville Republican apply *. ? PsoiaS 'rendord to their renalninr IUppiyol.
r.orI; .. : to do .
Jal.r. 1L"' r' 4 law6g.. 15UJroulbtozt;.$&Yannab_ ,.Ga .b r'--L'. l JAMES B ASKEW": :; I-- C.\W; ENNtTTAt'; any ._ ; whe about:to CER1ES, PROVISIONS, HOO5 01'1-
,. ? give
1'11":0'.lii". .. F.b.2tt' J 8 C, up al hope of ever obtaining I herd ,CLE8. &0., which. they are.lelllDt'off at crel1
.J"'t'J' Patki uua e3. If.- October, 1S50, 'Wahftont lor of your 1OlN. LOXECUST ant use barzains. BOULTER CO&Iay .,
!..;.', Bottes :entirely restored health 6-lm Bay *th -. 1Ct3oarlUl
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