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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: September 2, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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J. P. Sanderson_ JACKSOIVILLE tbem with, more adroitness and uttding provisions 'An'oc ColegeMafnZstndjj law, and comi It oat hit o Ti i.i sa j i:
efficiency by pretending to support1 Mr. act th of,the,act enitle'a menc practice- Hillsbcrongh'county.. i thO5othlaOO5ItItOfflLby ppi* :Witmot u I'

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW S THURSDAYSEPTEMBER 2, 1852., Webster. At no time have theySeven .proposed ,upletary to'tec fu the, relt : ; 'le.'ected! to the 'Jegislatur"of'hi-yrortMa hearty svpport, whenever E.ha*Ilia, ,Uf 5 :
removed his office from Columbia : Vie .Dj power- -S.- 7 I
HAVING to Jacksonville, Duval County, to support,Gen.'Scott." tzo." o.c r ip of the State,and shortly' after speaker. of TheeditbiTof the 'PaZrE 'Ia:bt':'COON i -

respectfully informs his friends that be will con More Proof from the'Becbrdl"SnOCLDKR This signal slight by that party of Gen. Atpage 1,045, same Journal, it wilhbe In House! .' meats" upon the article,'-says:: -, :. : .* ;'.
tlnue the practice of his profession as formerly.H Scott should foum4 that the. 1834 he was elected to the Idwer House-
at least make the editor.of the cfuestion being-put "W.bavenodo'g: U t1Ii1SIItZ.
as to of :
will attend at each and Term of which 't
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every TO SnOULDKE J. C.CALHOOTj!" whether this bill Congf'in body servedontil oC of *
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the Circuit Court In the several Counties of forbearing towards him, instead of put upon its final period he became a Senator and point,eat correctly -ppl
the Eastern Judicial Circuit, ,the County of READ 'THIS/FLORIDIANSI nisfage, the vote stood,: yeas 89, nays 86- of the United DrmocratiomtmbertviUtaJat.'t.-.
lavishing abuse on him. Indeed would States/and served till :
it rahUin
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme Pierce voting in the 14.30 "
thus
Court at Tallahassee,.and the U. S. Court at St. be nothing more than consistent, if he would] At page 1,046, it will be ngaive. He resigned' his' Mat in the. Senate' returned of Haying brought together anItitn ;:
Although the Southern of ,' a to the evidences calculated to throw, .
Avrustine. All business entrusted to his care champions motion being made practice of law in 1843. fight O J,
SUPPORT him.Dutch to lay this bill upon the In 1845 he subject which,:the Democratic ,
will receive prompt attention. Gen. Pierce have paraded good votes tabl' was nominated d for organs;art ::1
Address J.. P. SASPHRSON, Jacksonville, many the.vote upon tbe motion'Jo. lay on Of the State, but declined. President governor Polk laboring to falsify we r content for thoreent
the :
Dun !County, Florida. i of his while in Congress, to show that he Conquest of Holland.The table stood: ,}"ea 68, nays 111-Frant, offered him the > to lean the reader to decide
Jae"sonville..1&n. 17, 1550. tf I tin Puree vocing in the :, Attorney Generalship, which whet I '
was'uniformly against the.reception of abolition affirmative.: be also declined.In it is preposterus impossible ;; ,"

McQneenfMcIntosii petitions there are on record a few fatal accounts Evenzng of changes Post of amazes'leading'its readers and 'with milient' the Atpage n8in question 1,047-48, it will be found! that 1848 he was appointed a Colonel in hk Geterl Pierce, in bis attempt i .'
being Put upon the January last retain his
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same inhencewith
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en raised for the th
ATTORNEY AT LAW, exceptions to this alleged course of action. Whig, in favor of Pierce or against ( 1! the bill pass!" the vote stood:- the U regiment in Mexico. service of Atwo wing.'of, his party,: ahottld4bari ,j

WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern We have another unpleasant developement, Scott. Here.are a few of its last batch : bi'fShaU nays 75-FVanHm Pierce voting he was made Brigadier General.Subsequently, He) remrb quite a anti-slarery in tbtit .f j ,,(
Circuit;'the United States District Court at St. "William Slade. formerly Governor of and ,: '- per. tenor those
Flor- ; whichareaurjbatej
particularly to the of formed him
important people no achievement of.note. during the a to in :
Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; member of Congress from Vermont, and Titus
and proeeeutd Claims for citizens .in -any part of da. We have already published the vote in Hutchison,formerly Chief Justice of that State, AGAINST THE WIDOWS. war, nor has he eve; done so in any position GoodaVsiand :ilr.. Fogg's pers.Mt i ;;

Florida against the Government at Washington, which he refused to allow Mr. ,Brooke of heretofore eminent Whigs, repudiate alike Gen. thi act of 1838 gives to w1dows'of officers civil or military. was not for the interst of.Mr. Goodale. and ,.
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before at the Scott and the Mi}'Fogg, in the condition of their
either Congress or Departments. platform upon which he stands. &c., entitled to pensions under the Ii
.May Mr ADDRESS 2. 18.10 ; Jacksonville, East tf Florida. Virginia, to bring his two negroes to the I William Slade and Titus Hutchinson went of-June 7, 1'32, married prior to the expira-act New,Hampshire Abolitionism versy at the time, t represent Gen.Ct Pi f I

I, District of Columbia. Now see another their)length against Gen. Taylor and in favorof tion of the last period of said officers,' &c., a being any more anti-slavery than,. I '

JOHN ERSK1NE, vote coming home to the interests of the Martin Van Buren in '48, and have been service, and before the 1st January, 1794, The Washington Republic continues its ally was'and we have not a particle'of l 1 !

(LATE DF4UINCT, GADSDEN COUNTY,) slave-owners of Florida.It dead against the Whig party ever since.- for five years alter the 4th of March, 1836, further presentation of evidence on this sub I doubt fairly.that He they is endeavore to represent him f1 :;

Vermont, however, hasn't seemed to mind it the annuity tension which might have : ject, as follows: kown always to ban attend '
Attorney at Law was said very boastfully, that Franklin much. heen allowed to heir husbands in virtue of The heartily with party in New Hampshire, i3 ,_
located In Jacksonville a Legislature of 1849 was also decidedly and we lave '
hal and will proved
attend the .incontcstably.that -
Pierce was so sound on Southern rights, that "David E. Wheeler said act it living the
well known time it
a and was passed. Democratic
respect in both
Circuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern branches. A select throughout the prolonged of late
to be with him ed lawyer of this city, elected by the Whigs, a In 1841 a bill assed the House of Representatives agiltn p
and Middle Judicial Circuits, the Supreme Court nobody was compared except few committee was appointed in the House of they have uniformly
since.to the
of for the the State Northern,and District the United of States Florida.District-Court John C. Calhoun. What follows, with he took years leading position State, as Legislature we learn from, in which several above mentioned to wtend the act of 1838 Representatives; to whom were referred the he year side of the Fresiler and ben .oun the on ,/

sources, will not support Gen. Scott, but tnd when it reached the report and resolutions of Legislature of South. General I'
Hit time devoted exclusively the Legal the vote there recorded, shows in what but echo the ;
way Senate it di
resided
procuwn.
( feels impelled, by patriotic desire for reform and was by Mr. Pierce. The Virginia; and also certain resolutions of the of his his State I
party own
dg-Office in the basement under the "Republi they pull together. Pierce on one side and, lin retrenchment Pierce." at Washington, to vote for Frank- Senate debates for :1841, as published in the Legislature of Missouri on the subject of Itiment launched his bitter denunciations .1 .)

can" printing office. ly may 20 Calhoun on the.other. Ana that on no less- Congressional Glob, page 117, show that fugitive slaves; together with a new law on against slavery and the Fugitive felat*law.Scott's .
David E. Wheeler is one of tbe 'Democrats' General Pierce made a speech on the 25th that it
then
OSCAR a question, than a petition to abolish slaveryin subject pending .
HART beCOe Congress. 5- -' i.t
of this City who the July 1841 in which
got up Native. he thus states his poSition The committee made a and not Sectional
ATTORNEY AT LAW. theDistrict, and in Florida, and the slave American movment and party nf 18434, on the passage of that act. In reply resolutions, both of which recommended were- NOm__ i ::1

Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house, trade between the States. He would not let We think he if W vote for Clay in '44, in to Mr. Berrien, he said: adopted by the Legislature, approved by tbe The following article, "taken front ..thNorfolk ;

WILL practice Forsyth in the street.several counties of the two negroes come to the District in 1834; consideration of the Whigs voting for him "That Senator, (Xr. Berrien,) it seemedto Governor, and copies of the same sent to Beawn successfully'' defend"the! ,
and his Native colleagues for the Legislature him, could not hate: been apprized of the State in the Scott (1
Circuit Union.
Eastern of Florida, and attend to the and in 1839 be was willing to listen to a every The report is :i
collection claims against the United States for ; but if he ever was a Whig we never progress of revolutbnary pensions; He too long for insertion here, but among other charge of the Locofocoa that it 'was.'a': see. S .
:Military services and for Horses lost, or other proposition to prevent their passing from heard of it. In going for Pierce now, ue rose now to stale whit that progress had things, it contains the following in referenceto tonal nomination. We.commend, (to the 2 :
property lost.or destroyed by troops in said service. one State to another-and for making free only acts with those who his been, and to show fron from of readers .- .t
a were com history, legis- the our ,
pa- reptesentation in the from Virginia perusl :
Also, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers or I **n ,._ u_ .._ 1lT_.:__ ___.,_ h_ _ I lative action report ': t4
he widows and'orphans deceased soldiers. State of Florida. UIV." in gcimig .up iuc niuive ('any' lIEARLY from documentary evidence. 'I' on the subject of fugitive slaves: The Washington Union, alluding to the ::

Also claims for bounty land to officer and soldiers The Alexandria. Gazette brings to light the ALL OF WHOM ARE NOW BITTERLY HOSTILE the danger which must inevitably arise from a "That these pictures are drawn with more feeling late Whig Convention, in an article having 'I
,and the widows and orphans of deceased of- TO SCoTT.-New York Tribune.Do list of pension* for civl service.. He could than fidelity, and are the result of a distempered for its caption, THE, ,SEONiLNoX.Aj j\
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ficers and soldiers. following: you hear that, neighbor not adduce mOre conclusive evidence that fancy rather than an impartial observation Tios"tlius remarksr"In great States t
Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, For the information of those who are laboring took his stand upon priaciple/ in this case he, of facts, our knowledge of the orderly and law- of New York,0hio,and tre '.:

to ezaming to lands.titles and records, and ascertainingclaims to show the devotion of Gen. Pierceto A Forgotten Chapter in General than by adverting to his 'course at the last observing compels character us to of non"slvholWg communities lay the whole heart Pennsylyai'wbe balk te"&U .

All bnsineu entrusted to him will meet with the institutions interests the South, Pierced History. session of Congress, wh-jn a bill from the beleve. strength in the convention, 1
a prompt attention; and aU instruments-of writing we extract the following from the .National The House of Representatives, extending the 'In regrd the new Fugitive Slave law, voted down. 4Npw mark what plat'W: 'J

will be executed' by, him with neatness and de- Intelligencer of Januaryoth, 1839: Nashville (Tenn.) Republican Banner Jaw of 1838, was under consideration. the report from Virginia, the very large majorityeighty-five votesof these 1.

cpatch. < IN SENATE JASUAB.T has been examining General Pierce's With a he stood alone committee sayThe new legal remedy States recorded
Jacksonville.Jan. 2.5. ISM. tf 3rd 1839. single exception among asked for the under consideration three great Sot being :
by- '
minor votes in the House.of Representatives, the members from New in report against its The article then
Mr. McKean presented a memorial from England resisting
aopton.
Joseph S. Baker, U. .D. certain ladies in Erie country, Pennsylvania and the following statement is the result of the passage of that law." isr ird eJ'r markable.' The'cornraittee then concludes under these.circumstances '. ;:

PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY praying a law of Congress to ABOLISH SLJ.VERY ,- the investigation. It forms a noticeable ad- Tfract of 1836 gives fire years' half pay'to go.on to state the. specific' demands in this Gen. Scott's nominon platform.ncluded. n :i

AND SURGERY. IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND THE dition to the history of the conduct of the widows or orphans of officers, non .commissioned 'new legal that remedy, 'and sum them up by can be called any 8!!national :(

Office on the corner of Market and Forsyth THRRITORY OF FLORIDA, and for the Democratic candidate upon l larger questions ofcers.80ldiers&c!, who have saying they I Ive shall be glad to know fat; on r ,r

Streets opposite the Court Houie. prevention of that traffic between the States. as already presented in detail through the died in the vic ted' States since the"Are claims States so that extraordinary intuiting to which its nationality is'bd. ', r :
they cannot bare been ad-
FLA. olumns of the Republic. General Pierce, 20th of 1818. It also exiermds 'the Fee We is
JACKSONVILLE ,
The desired ;
petitioners a reference to a select Apri with any expectation of their meeting with remark nt tr tha very1
(ct. 16, tf. committee. it will,be seen, sustained his reputation by benefits ; t Tact of Jane 7, 1832, to the sanction of ay.Stt where a regard the be.eighty-fe :

J. EIcRobert Baker- Mr. Williams of MiSpisippi moved to lay voting against i the,old revolutionary ''d! rs widows or children of officers, fyc., who havediedsincehe4th'of interest of ha become paramount t to Ohio add Penosrbania; 'recorded against :1

the motion to receive on the table.. and their,widows, and also against' the old March, 1831. every proper appreciation of Sat ribt and of! the Whig Platform. :t
A TTORNE Yfr c'OUNSELLOR.dT.L.dW Indian fighters. His friends have probably And now are-irresistibly. inclined; to the rights* and security of ie.n I New\{York voted twelve, for--lwentyjtwoagainst i
JACKSONVILLE E. FLA.A After some.:discussion upon a question of these votes'in view when they laud him as ask the reader what conclusion is driven Thecommittee conclude'the report by ic- one Totost: Ohio voted eight for

so Commissioner x>f Deeds for the following orderMr.: an economist: to as to the liberality,the magnanimity: an commending a series, of resolutions, from -fifteen & Pennsylvania votedtwentyooe '.

Maine States Delaware of the,Union Georgia: Norval stated briefly that both the The facts.which we are now about to the lofty patriotism of General Frikli": which' 'we, select'J two? -: i f T (or-sixagnina ,. 'Sojhat'if the t. !

Vermont, Maryland Alabama subjects embraced in this petition would in bring to light, and which are fully verified Pierce'? What does he think of his appeal "Resvtd. That opposed to every form of op reader,will take the Uouble'to sum up thesn 1,

Massachusetts, VirginiaMiosissipp all probability not be presented for legislation by the1 public records of tbe country will no'doubt ing tQ T&X-PAYERS against the few remain- pr people of New Hampshire bare vote,pro and on, on the platform,he j ',

.New York, North Carolina, Texas.. by the Senate for a long time 'to'com very much astonish some* of the jug oLipatriots who bought our liberties in viewed this Union with deep; tbat'regret'while-the they-existence-bareateadfa.Lly slavery ind that the very,!arge'majority of'w w I II IItheloroorgn'pr.

a .Pennsylvania m..tlI52tt-South'CarolinA.- ,'' i'r"-V' .On this account therefore, ff no other, it friends of the lately 'unknqwn""' Democratic' witfr'their Blood, and the widowsIandj MTlrerTfif'tnose' !lppreJ' a"scto'in tbei' constitutional ,"auDt't.tJhr.: ; .
was proper that the petition should lie on the candidate for tie Pr 'siden y. \VeiwlirtaEe"them" "whoTura'lost inemrves t ana y '119-VAUbOuui ,(:

B. M. PEARSON, table. 'in'chronological l order. as we fipd them con Id"not longer protect: or provide for those as with a treat danger social to tn but and regarded welfare it a of the fraught against, and not one more. And this 1 Ft
na-
ATTORNEY AT LA Jr. To lay the.motion to receive the recorded. First, then, as he'appeared in dearer to.them than life, who at home suffered ged in a affording nienc'8ctioo j
HAS on table 1833- much the soldiers in the field ion."Resolved or want of ationali ; 1 '
removed to Jacksonville, Florida and as as so That in our opinion Congress baa i ;
will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits wl, have been equivalent to refusing to AGAINST TIlE INDtoUf FIGHTERS. gltriously defending their country? We the Rofe power to abolish the sure trade one States of the Union, twenty two of them -I !itt'voted ;
the Supreme Court of the State, and inS and slavery in the District of Columbia, and that for !
receive the petition. close the chapter,' and pause for a reply. in tbe.Whig Convention the. P:1':
the Ti. S. District Court for the Northern District In the House of, Representatives, -December Florida.. Feb..19, &.- Mr. Williams, of Miss., now'renewed his 27.1833, (see House journal, page 130,) Representatives b requested to take all constitutional for unanimously. w j i
Who Win fie Id ? dIvided. There was but one 'that TOed -
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motion to lay the motion to: receive on the Mr.Chilton moved the following resolutionfor 'i Scot i measures accomplish these objects. e> St l t

HOPttlNS & flZtAILtM, table, and it was carried in affirmative, as the benefit tb.old Indian fighters : Does any body mean to say that it requires The report and resolutions ware adopted unanimously there against it votes.remaining These w kj":
seven split!
AttOrney* tjt! Law, follows : .ot4' and by the Gov rnor. electri t
'at Resolved, That a select committee be appointed to give Scott a reputation ? approve seven were entitled and tvren c :
pictures
OFFICE .: E Fla., YEAS.-MessrsBemfon Buchanan, CALHOUN whose duty it shall be to inquire into the expediency aware that the Democracy ) :
WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business ;;Clay of Ala., Fulton, Hubbard, of so extendihg the provisions of the Read'the following synopsis gf the leading made any declaration In the Legislature ty oneote3f which, onedeclined 'and 1 4"

entrusted to their care will be promptly attendedto. King, Linn, Lumpkin, Lyon, Mouton, Nicholas act of Congress passed 7th June, 1832, granting events of his history : 850 on the ubject of slavery, but -in an one was lost, leaving upon rcontonehun ,
February 19, 1852.-U. Norvell, Preston, Rives, Roane, Robinson pensions to certain' classes of troops therein authoritative record of their State Convention dred and nineteen votes. Sixty three of J!
$>Savannah Republican please publish tf., and named, as to embrace in its provisions those who At the age of twenty-one, and in the sum these voted for and fifty-six b, 1:
Strange, Tipton, Walker, White, Williams -, held nii the.24th.October 1830 at yot agahis
,
end their bill to this office.OSSIAN were engaged in the wars against the Indians sub mer of 1807, he volunteered into a troop of the So that the t :,1.
of Mi.-23. I sequent to the close of the revolutionary war, and horse. \\hich. the editor of the New Hampshire platfor. cae sd.
B. HART, ,NAYS.-Messrs. Allen, Clayton, Davis, I down to the treaty of Greenville, with leave to Virginia 0 says, "the utmost harmony and en- States voted unanimously for f

ATTORNEY AT LAW, Knight, McKean, Morris, Niles, PIERCE, report by bill or otherwise. In 1812 he fought the battle of Queens husiasm prevailed," we find the following as platform. Only one voted unanimously a .

KEY WEST, FLA., Prentiss, Rnggles, Smith of Conn., Smith of Mr. Blair moved that the said resolutiondo town"Heights. a part of one of the resolutions adopted: against it. One,was equally divided. \And ,:
In hem the instrument of
1813
Ind. Swift Williams of Me.-14. lie on the table which motion was rejected saving of the remaining seven a majority'of Sven
Courts ; Ktsdvtd, That the of human
holding ina
Practices in the United States and State Irish citizens taken in the beings
our arms against whole
of their votes was I"Jt:
of the Southern District of Florida.JulylOtf The votes tf Messrs. Pierce and King are ; ayes 50, nays 137-Franklin Pierce state of bondage is a curse to that pole '
from of the anyeolr
____ wonderfully consistent on this subject!! Per- voting in the affirmative. British, the savage penalties tee are opposed to slavery, block its platform. New Hampshire Mas* .
haps the South can explain this,vote of the Mr. Bouldin moved to strike, out all of the English laof constructive treason.In forms, and under whatever circumstances." sachusetts, Rhode Island, New Jersey,Delaware .

JAMES m. BAKER, peculiar Southern candidate. "A word to the resolution after the wOtl Uznq ire"j* and insert the same year he fought,' as Colonel, Leaving the more authentc source of Maryland, Virginia i North Carolina," 11111! J.

ATTORNEY AT LAW; wise, &c." "into the moral and political 'effects of in the battle of For George. New Hampshire Democratic profession at South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama Miwii

Alligator, Columbia Co., Eai Florida. tbe'pension laws of the United Sales: and IA.1814 be a new army and restoredthemilitary home, in the resolutions adopted by their sippi, Louisiana, Kentucky Tennessee,'Mis* :;

-----' Ccr: Glddlngf out against Scott -tJa bow far the same ought to be modified or re- spirit of tbe country-took Fort legislatures, with the approval of their souri, Arkan Florida, Texas, Iowa, and I
m'' WHIT SMITH pealved.. Erie-fought the battle of Cliippevva-and Governor and of their State unanimously for the, Plat- j

ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JOSHUA R. GIDDr Gs.- This notorious On motion of Mr. the consideration fought the good fight of Lundy's Lane let us turn for a moment to Conventions fentiments Form. 'f'
Everet ,
Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. Free-soiler is, of course, heartily united with of the resolution was In 1832 he won the' proud title' of the promulgated by the New Hampshire Patriot, Connecticut, Pen sylnni. India'mi- J1:

Van Buren & Co., in abusing Gen. Scott. postponed. "Hero of Humanity by nursing the sick the general organ of the New Hampshire nois, and Wisconsin it .: i

JOHN 0. HATELEY, They were subsequently taken up, and and dying troops of 1iis army, upon which Democracy, and the particular organ of Gen. ing twenty-seven States of the Unionissfave :' i
what he in recent letter to his
Hear "
says a the Asiatic fell its
cholera blightingly, on of the ) 1t1
ATTOKNEY AT LAW. debated on the following days-15th, 16th, Pierce. or platlonn. ; {
OFFICE BLOUNT'S FERRY organ in Ohio : 17lh, 22d, 23J, 29th, 30th, and 31st January march to'the field of the Black Hawk war. The Patriot of the 16th of May, 1850, The only State that voted agt'it ,j

COLUMBIA .Besides, Gen. Scott is well known to have 1834, and February 6, 7,and 8-without In the same. year, by negotiation, and not contains an editorial, making grievous complaints unanimowg wasMichigan.. ;J
COUNTY labored for the passing of tbe Compromise definite action being had upon the them. by force of arms, he brought the Black Hawkwar against the Independent Deocra voted against it by majoritiesin '
any
JV, !. practice in the Courts of the Eastern measures He attended the Union meetingin Having been taken up again on the llth to a just and favorable issue.In which the editor of the Patriot set as the respective States,'were New York and -I;i

District. New York and avowed himself in favorof February, (see page 317,) Mr. Chilton) Allen the same year he soothed the spirit of follows showing his views in regard to the Ohio. J/,; :

ept.ll.. tf. I them. From that day to the present he demanded the previous question to cut Southern Nullification, and saved our county Compromise measures:. The State of Mare voted'four for.' 'and B ,a

Edmund Whitney i has not hesitated to declare his position in debate and Mr.. Bouldin's amendment. of from civil discord.In "The last number of the Independent Democrat four against being; equally divided. *"' i 1 ,

favour of them. He deliberately takes his call for the previous question was sustained, 1836 he served against the Seminole was unusually prolific in deliberate'and maignantfalsehod. So table'will etahd"th :','', :f
Commissioned and legally qualified as Indians in Florida. I for the Platform. '27 !.
States Whig :
to ;
Platform and lumerou meuton
.Measurer and Inspector of Lumber for place upon the Whig pledges and the.main quesjion was put and the resolution and and to need Platform1 i .
In 1837, with admirable energy tact, papable refuton States against the .
Dnval County, himself to carry it into practice. Now it is adopted; )'easlZ.: nays 86-Frank' for says that 'the Patriot i leu
May be found when his cervices are desired, on certain that he must and will do so if'ari tin Pierce votins negative. and without'troops',, he calmed the patriotdisturbances'upon out in full blast for Footle's Compromise, and States divided U '

inquiry at the Republican office. honest man. TEese facts should be known Amongst those voting m the affirmative in & our extended Northern the. Patriot of May 2d contained four'articles "in .
June 10 tim rontien. avowed advocacy of forming territorial government Total ; ;-1; :t
and acknowledegd by every man. SCOTT is Mr. Pierce we find tbe following -
oposition to without the Every reader of the !
proviso.
In the same : he eflected the removal We now poke the.abQTLat some'of'ourcaptious IJj
BOSTON, & GUNB7 ., UNQUESTIONABLY FAVOB OF' ADMITTING distinguished names: J. Q. Adams Chil- year will eat these two assertions down, as totally "
of the Cherokees, in manner that won the Patiot locofoco brethren and tell that
ANT NUMBER OF SLAVE STATES FKOM NEW toaA1Ien ohn Hell John in every particular. Instead of having tem
COTTON FACTORS fal
of the'noble tribe and the admiration it is the in which Oen. *
gratitude sense
Compromise plan which it names, vx
SU's
AND MEXICO AND UTAH, OF\PERMITTING Choate, Thomas Corwin, David Crockett, D. favored II
TRADE of the whole country.In have published more against, it than that paper tiors 'c .
GEHEa&Tj COMMISSION BIERCIIAKT8. SLAVERY AND THE SLAVE W. ; Edward EverettMillard .pltorm'incJed.
Dicknso, title and instead of that number of of I Itioain'theWhigpaflyernbraceseomeofthe
'1839 be earned distinguished \as\ ; unanimity
th
: Corner Hat and Jefferson Streets, TO EXIST AND REMAIN THERE AND ..Forester, A G. Ha wee, Rich- containing four articles Part ad a
,, SA".ANNAS. GA. IN THIS-;DISTRICT FOREVER, AND Fimore.. Cave Johnson, Luke Lea, of "The Pacificator of ,the Northeater'Boudary -itorial avowe proviso, it did
Johnsn \ govrent
JOHN BOSTON. JOHJf II. GUKBT. flIAT.flIE FUGITIVE LAW .SHALLCONTINUEUNTILL'THE James K. Samuel ,'! and,sued his country from a nqt Facts upori which we base 'the:; nationality
.. October 20, 185L, .tr. Polk"-Jam Standifer, .was eful with Great Bri- contai both'ol the nomination and the plaUorm.
; : FINAL DAY the number of
Bunch, and W.M. Inge. Those in italics blocy war In a leader, in same name
the taken the Whit
", E. \I. MOORE, & CO. GF RETRIBUTION belong to the Tennessee delegation. itait.'. the Patriot, the editor' says that be "notaproveof.thi&mannec When vote was on confusion plat (it -

,'_ .'. GENERAL: : '.THE: 'MAN W IO"VOT S'FOR HIM, VOTES FOR The committee'appointed under the resolu- I 1847 he opened the splended military of setting the mat- for there was outside n. DOiad.. the
'of the 'second of. Mexico; no
.OOCEIISSIOW.nERCHANTS AND THESE MEASURES. tion reported,on the 25th a bill to drama conquest tr"thatthe people of the Stte to cole ring
February, ; be
the of Vera Cruz and the of the platform could not heard."_.
,. FACTORS, The man GiddiD who coincides in sentiment carry into effect its object. (See page 358.) iy.reducing1 Castle city of San"Juan after have slavery excluded from tbe Territoriesby in Convention''and was 1

3 (Sxn tta'' Warehouse,) in regard to tbe Compromise, precisely TiE ACT or 1832, which was tbus' pro impregnant of but d'Uloa. positive- eactme t;" and tbt they go discus chState.open. -In"the locofoco'Tot'
an active siege upon
four-days of Con
i
Savannah Ga. and doe their
to'be for this '
219 Bay-Street posed extended, gives to surviving'offi' so
witji: the Florida! Democracy of 18 0.51, April the 8tb,' be fought and won;the admirable vention, itba been said,that hardly anyone
Ei M. MooRk] N. M.ILmsis. cers, fon.commiioe 0'---' I outside the coterie knew what .
mUlcaW and opened wu'enacting.Vehave.nowset
fe" battle of Cerro Gordq;
them General :Patriot of 22 1850 after the
with to The August ,
A i;, Oo .23 1 tf. is widelyat_ jssiie _, as" diers, the Americans to the dominionof \ ; this matter''right 'and
path
.' ..Scott's vjews on' "slavery.] Giddings don't8eemto'tbTnk""thereJ' line, or State troops, volunteer or militia, who to series 'rof measures, now known as, "the .
it
i the entire Western Continent.On tkeep hereafter."Expectations" :
't -i :LOUD t 00, is 1'&wardzsm"In have served at one or mor, terms two years the'' Comnpromnise"ba4'Ifli'SSed the Snate but before I.e.n s ; .
the 19th of entered city
-- Factors and CommUln;Merchants, any "' during the war.of Revolution, and .have I April the House had,acted on thislanguage of' a Pierce Man.
BAVAKVAII. GEORGIA, Sc tt.Gidd. ki "knows. .bis man'vben'. of 'Jalapa; -- '
I ', no .been. provIdedfor by the act of 1828, tbe -. : 0" i Ji"
'_ _rNoil8.: -h Bay Street. be thusescbehco1d, .. soldier. ,.as,; does......JohnYanuren amount of hisfull pay in said line, accorJ- ,0n the 22d of: ,Aprij,.he occupied took Perpte.Oa S "The Compromise* bill, as' it !was introduced, "I will state; (he remarked fairly? freely,
the he
JV&ct aOcption'iriU be when ce. to rank'bat not in to'.exceed I ,15th of ,May PuebljuQn'.the was for better these same measures,as they stood 'what W* Ktrtat
*, ,and given liberal to advances the sale of Cot.tonorother ; be) sefi ::1. ing any his; case 20th of :August"hVtWon''the"bree: : in that le80bjetonabl than they.now and fully we expect.; T '
produce made'wh a captain'epay, during ) tut oca1101'UTYOI'TBISST.TaTHE
niurarlfeJIthos ; of' San Antonio1aid inasmuch of territory is HAU
n < !Its
> F who have.served aless jes to Texas to become territory wbicl datu 'AsTi-SLAyiBY PUn ': '
.JOHN w.c. LOUD. PILLOUD.tchmaker 'r ti'Americans" against Scott. C1uiirubii o.- -' *#!-* -\ ft given ;
:J'Jia'22 t852.' 1 .,' than six months, proportionate"* i the Compromise cave to .Ne iJexioo t become. $tLTaadthroughit; to: make' the Demo
ptY Juring ;On the 8th of Septemberii:;Sought .ww freetemW.fp -- "
life from theMth'of MarcK 1 : 'I cratic party of the United] States thr o&xiT 4
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:1 It is an important fact,.that. :the. ..Philadelphia won.the brilliant battieofMolino';; del 11y. ,
\ p-j41; ; .Next'as appeared ia1836"S ; ber he carried ty J nietereo'to, the slave trade i in the Dis I AJm-SLATIRY WKTr OT! ,TH.U. ITHISTATIS.
; Sun the of .the. Native Amcr iean 9ithe 13th '
;
an4 Jeweller prgan "S NST THE1 OLD KEVOLUTIOSXRS. the QfiSept: l'and |tof tricrofColumbia ther editor1 i in the same .- Those who do'not contemplate
,: 'a'! '! party/published 'in., Phidplia.h9' tormn :' .Fores number, : i: v J this result will fo wen to get'outotthe way
: At 360 of he1louJournaI5 of Ch \h'a : Rays L .
-t.'._"" W&tt J&.W ould.'respectfully MtiJ'.f1;inform*the?public. ,.thit"S ,l been beent.violeDtlyopposing:, Scott...BJnceTbe.NeTf Congress rage for 1836,it.will bejound',,that, the from ulepecsat tdt!and;Sarh.Cosume'; "Thatibii'sd, on abd&>:be a'disgr4c for there is no'dubt.that when obft pInCi.pleget

*4Mfi k.bu taken tit* shop'en Bay street?for' J isnomoaiop..,, ';(J# .(.".. ,.: _.1. :,i.5 bjll I No. wasjiitroduced .'tQ_eiul this and. -tnaoq gtes .i thgcapUalof. : Mex- .to.the.wtjonas i mO :**.nsire'.and can bear fairly them b'and fore the people they, w thai!trii'andwe.have they
.uyoocupsed$ .by ,WilijjnGrothe| where he Is YOlk. : provisions; of anact''entitled "on; act (vpptfomentarytowe'att'foftthe b'j j--- f ** agtigtevrDorhemD. know what
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prepare to exeent all work'ntrusted to Ids can j 4. Tribu. Vtet .reviewing relief df certatti, !% Ofn'theJ14ti i ''ofSe tember!.le marcbed (lis 1r4n'tb; ) O'J aft article made s-tangemente forthat 00Wjtht
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iTMriOi- =h.ab4mw'rkmabl1keDWmer.r '_ the.various.partyorganizaUon; j ; (.the NIP officers and soldiers of the 'Revolv* arroyof bebea,' 'scarceVut"thousandroeninto J is q1ot th Hanrhi Republican the wbol.'pecJl.J'mU go with ttsi'.L An*our

art/ ,.\ -I. t lives and..e !'ij bey,.have,from. time to surviving ttotX approved 7tk'Ju'nef; 1832."; v {riJVt the'hILls of. be Monteuflas,and brolfe theDto ti organ t. h COngres Southern'friends, having hid tbmiall'ttheirO ,

e" C4.t,:.;" tel 40>. r.lUJfrUiQ : : I time pl1t.Jort; says;'') '!:H 'I"i: '// ,o :: page 1,250, arejounaljt_ ; is{ ti the.Spanish_dominion i iJ A"i er b\l ;. dif t olNew' : Hampsre defending;he'i' way faiths. last their twenty.fit d4"1'O.m 01 thirty'ex'm .VI

,(4:9.t' czA.ipti9a. in Black,' Blue' ,,'Carmine' : They..Ieye!i eUber ;by:4 a National,.or.a *that."The" ._principle'a of.this nt Mi bjll;t the(363)" : IlL :Who- t.- Fninklln- lWa'h'bt- ; 'lr;Hibt'g'i\/8I'\YltfPJQi iei0I1"tat: .:. -HATJ: or*makeup( vni WAY"for>whifv"wa btin:

c. t itc w" hh !J fJ 1Pzt Stete-.CQATeDtion.noroinated.Geri. Scott, fpjahy ngr fie am'en'dm bil ieasbnable"JmVbnft1intflda.r!
.- : 1..1 t 'b hot 1' ?., :i .;n e"rl- :, TbSt44tbaTtIcle. .( af. fair men, ami
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.f; ;. : The Quincy Meeting. Compromise measures, hung'some 'apology K:-* iteccdent.?> 4 words are enabled to'condemn and denounce. -' the peoplt of Sontri(Carolina de.' by his friends in aoy'manner t eh.
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for the declaration the condition bf the nomination, and urging them
:i:7i:: Last Saturday was appointed by the Democrats Fugitive Sbm Law upon before.Congress 'at,the Any Whig:who hesitates.to support Gen ''WhipIthou having themselves, shadowof >itbefas weed, that their p ltleians should. 'not force their preference for him, and to t ,iel

: of Gadsden for a grand demonstration time this specific decl&ratlOnT&r made.!. It ScqU under! th,"taunts of the ,Democratic,. straightforwardness .or propriety i them but of the.Unio.we .knew well that heartily Gen. Taylor. nppr
't4 -. Great made made 7 1850. Onvthe '2d to party tactics or high principle in'tim 'end., We
preparations were was September press, would soon acquire sufficient confidence the disunion: was at an 'In the ease in the
'i;" among them, tbe procuring of cannon and August, 1850 Judge Broome declared, in a.. for that seemingly formidable task;if p'ast-who have played the Janus! in manoeuvring knew that those in other states who'wished pint following late
mtrsic c from this place.' Several of our tetter to the Editor of the Washington Union, and the weathercock in professing letter, from Mr. t Col.Picked :of
Wing friends and speakers atten Jed. The,*... that nothing short of tbe Missouri Hue, could he would but recur" to the -conduct of his themselves in her to take the lead, fondly .and.anxiously Baltimore, is conclusive as the coarse
hide of
to re- t
not they
f rot up on Friday evening, and found the save the Union. On the 24th September, at raillers'in 1848. Ccii. Cass was tbe Q mi- -ought waited the event. When the Jacksonville Clay towards Genf Scott .
'
: \f 1 i Col.
young
to a this declaration .. n Piracy, rather than themselves. up as preceptors News p.
and
"DeriJocracy the town listening very Miccosukie, defending previously nee of the Democratic party.: ,Tnd prrin the St. Augustine Ancient City old schoolmate of Mr. "
;: ."1. humorous and amusing speech from Mr : made there on the 7th, we find Judge tion of Caia fell 1he.Der i a f-1 ) and exemplars of: political rectitude. were denouncing acquiescence, we' respect. an_ Clay,after,harinr,
'. Hollandin the Court'House. On Saturday, Broome follow in the Sentinel : upon seen the report.above alluded to wrote
as When Cesar had to hint
: .; report "glown so great" as .
::,;' Broome Florida more likf a wetblanketi'or'to use a fully asked both those .Journals' not &s "asubject
, .-.. :s "tnework beK81in earnest. Judge He said he had been charged with being afirhe11 have prompted the inqu'yy, what meat he a letter of inquiry respecting itfto:
"f the horrors of fignre cMr..Jefferson, M concerning ourself, more ,than ,the "lic'Mr.
} kdxiff in an exposition upon adisunionist." He did not'deny.the' charge: strong. .' and most
I.-': .:3 the tariff and internal improvements by thGeneral but went on to disprove its truth in 'his in the night" than an acceptable, (soothing, fed nJ" in moral proportions he 'was diminishing whole. Southern public, whether they favoreda I Clay. .. ,

'.t-;...>v Government. Col. Ward responded. way. He said he wu.for'tb .'.Union our and agreeable nomination. Or, to use a "from the amallncss of a gnat to similar ''movement_ J by Florida, !''in:,case ; Musviat.n, '
|5"t: in a speech of an hour, and the Judge fplV Fathers formed union of epualit&c.., but air." A.D1
-a technical comparison-the coinage and fa- South Carolina should break from the Union.
/;"&;[ iowecin<< a half honr's address. After din. be was not for a Union in which' the. rights But we have not given tbe full DEl COL.yonr Aagll 3d
.lf't.; ner, David S. Walker spoke, and was fol. and liberties of minority in one section are a rite of our respectable cotemporary of the devlope- To our question, when first put, the News ,was only received mor nK. I trd that
""ti ;. : lowed by' Mr. Papy. to be trampled under a foot by a majority innother. Ncws-\\be nomination of Cass was a ."bit. ment of thjjviews! of the delegates 1o Baltimore replied in substance that '"it did ,not ,let an you heed no assurance from me that I recip.rocateallyohrkind .

..',4,'? In the evening, according tn previous appointment lie then went on to enumerate the fer pill." Among the sachems of Duval in 1848-with which the soundness"of enemy into,the secrets of 'its_counsels,? ,and In it. wishes and fehng(;a
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and invitation, the Quincy Whig the Eastern Committee's address 'is in expressed
"
-i which the Nouh had '
heaped uponus
there
wrongs there was frightful fluttering; not answered. Tbe Ancient
oounty we were Ctty Youwrote "it
was published
* : ,/ Club' held its regular meeting, and was ad- ot the South, and concluded, "this i is ther1orious measure fo be tested. R. J. of 1n'.omi of'
j\. -i dressed by Col. Haughton, Judge Randall, Union to which gentlemen call was murmuring-almost mutiny. There son Moes evaded the question, and that print has never the Anti-Scott'papera in this a other cities.
,*\. f.* W. Call, Col. Ward and D. S. Walker; and us to sing loud Aosannos." Such was were numbers of the Democracy hereabout Florida, one of the delegates, finding answered it to this day. We knew bow to that you had stated to your larnte fter.

.% *""t: Governor Brown, a guest of the Club, ad- the upon course of his remark, and I believe that much preferring, and ready to support Gen. the reception given to Mr. McGehee's letter construe the silence of these organs, and a few days before his death, yoa *
JK- : dressed! the ladies, a large number of whom I at Tallahassee determinedto deterine to support Pierc and King,
, concluded that thoughthe in to their own Ciss.. by.the organ" a.
"* ; the everyone present Taylor, preference could adduce evidence from. their columns Scott Graham .
*':* The Democrats at same and
were pruent. be for the Union of his fathers be untrammelled his
facts
."t*'.* time beld a night discussion in the Court Judge might The News of this place had at first rui up in exposure of which conclusively' leads us to' the your father approved of your *
he Union. deterinaD.
t-:; .ii; Yard. There is the greatest sort of enthuasm was not for tbe present the Cass flag at its mast.head'and in a ieek and addressed a long letter to the Setnl that they. Were giving ble Such is not the fact.'Prior

!.; = among the Gadsden'hl s. They Now, the Fugitive Slave Law was ap. or so' actually took it down, with a renlar in which he states as the chief reason for his comfort" to South covertly Carolina and of the Whig Convention, many apprebe
proved early as 18th September, 1850, and, were sions entertained
were its
have atJV"'r
-f, roused- organized to
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: large are thoroughly club' -a fine choir of singers" and are of course, was in either one House or the bolting editorial, as entirely too bittkr apill" I! course, that he had addressed Gen. Cass ready 'to follow her wake in tbe disunion the Compromise reslutions a acton it upu

.t"j/t! *. *> toe best spirits "naginabfe. The earn e is other in the shape in which it passed, sometime for its editor to swallow." Tbi1 undeniable while .in Baltimore, upon the very point up- move. Finding that the scheme failed-that doubted by many it platform would

*? > he ease all West of us. before. The Judge, therefore, had avery fact will be sufficient to conjmce en which the delegates were instructed by the masses of thVSonlheru people rose, in be as strong as some of us deemed it ought
,'. 1- returned delighted wIth"t seasonable chance to have taken back : Madison Convention ar.d which to be.Under this state of
JZt Our friends highly those who are new-comers to this locality, the ( was force to the assaults which thinP remark.
i*;. .'.'.* the resnlt of the discussion, and the whole his declaration, where it was made, on the reprobate the ed to my father, that I
... .. wpect of affairs in Gadsden. One of them 24th, but he did not do it. Nor ilid::! !he! do it and who are not cognizant of all .the...curi-.aI : left in doubt by Mr. Cas' Nicholson letter,) Disunionisla of tbe S&ulh attempted to make by my vote, the nominee.of the appn

,*.* ? ha fnrnisbed us with ihe following synopJ at Tallahassee, on the 5th October( following I rious II antecedents" of our Democracy and and that Gen. Cass failed to answer* him upon their liberties-it has been temporarily unless the approval of those on

,*: ; si. of the course of discussion between Col when though the Fugitive Slave Law had its l leaders, that when we say there was an except by returning back to him the same given and asa Presidential election is the Conventionvas strong ad mer emphatic;

-, .::- Ward and Judge Broome; I been a law seventeen days, we hear' him declare -I awful trouble in the on" count of the Nicholson letter! (Mark this, Demd- over They are strong enough for me; Gen. Scott
camp ye of
and arises
approaching a hope a
.. .. in substance, and we believe in the I party adopted them and I believe, him k. mm
,*.".": M.J. 1V.rct III reply to Judge Broome- very words, before a large audinence, that unpalatableness of some of Cass's sentiments crats who assail Gen. Scott for omitting to triumph by unhallowed alliances of Free- of honor Mr. Graham's posshioa-- I-was- -

.: ::1'. : Mr. Ward, in reply to Judge Broome, said the Compromise measures "tore the Consti- we state the solemn trutb. Something write a leter!) Yet the Central Committee oilers with Fire'eMer the crT is now for ver equivocal. If the vote of 1 humble D a

, ,: ."; that be did not think tht Tat iff and nternal tntion to rags and tatters, leaving the must be done" is a faniliar phrase, andit I the point upon which the delegates he Union. individual as myself be of any UsueDt.
i.; : Improvement by the general; government, miserable remnants not worth tbe. perservation. I pronounce I authorize you to give it what .yoa
,. this instructions had information
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:.- .-.\.. came up properly in the election of the Governor ." Nor did he do it at Bradford Meet. was particularly expresive on occasion sought We append an article from the Jacksonville choose. 1 I I' I vote for Scott and Gnu
a: :. of the State, seeing that these qnes- ing.House ; nor at any other speeches of his -hackneyed even by painful use. The from Gen. Cass, a new and false News of May, 1851, showing how an- ham.. 0

*.,; ".. lions are to be settled' in Congress"; but that during 1851. On the contrary, in the Brad. Democratic committees vere put to work. issue." They raised an "issue" between iously the expectation entertained that I remain, truly, yonr friend,
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: '.: be would only so far touch these subjects as ford speech, which, from all accounts we The Central Committee a; Tallahassee beganto themselves and their delegates, which re- the State Convention called in South Carolina 'HOS. H. CLAY..
i'r::: $. to show that his opponent did not understand have heard, was more of a disunion speech COL. JOHN PICKELL.Nailed .
of these well suited in the. overthrow of in
write circulars. On
we Democracy
.; ". -.. the matter. If it was true that government than ever, and as thoroughly disunion as would fore* the State to "withdraw
'1. ; possessed no power to make Internal Improvements man ever polce,Judge Broome repeatedly de. remember, brought no lelief to the dilemma I Florida in 148. But bow did the Eastern from the present confederacy." The articleis to the Counter.
-.*'*' ..: had argued, then it was dared with all Compromise and of News. He fulminated this issue ?" Not '. '
, .. as ne Away ; the editor of the I Committee regard a a carefully worded, in view of the fact that
:; *'* .:, ridiculous to argue, asolhat! South did the burden of his speech is represented to against tbe Committee and said they were I "new and false"! one. They said We From the following letter, with which we
'; not her full share of the spoil; and the have been an effort to show that the South the people might utter their fiat against the
: : get favored Gen. it will
;r are by Hopkins, be
the to swallow the Bal- cannot with the Central Committee. seen
commanding peop'e
of Broome agree fatal and insidious but
\i"-jff Inconsistency
: : : Judge was only could get along better out of the Union thanin polcycontemplted; no
that Gen. H. took occasion
:.: .;' ( equalled by that of Jackson, of Georgia,\\ho it.Nor timore nominations, hoofs, horns, hair, But they accepted Gen. Cass, notwithstanding no oneword of "advice" is here given AGAINST to make inquiry

': : .4 congratulated his constituents on the pas. up to this day, so far as we know, or and all.V e know not what went on in the delegates had found him unprepared disunion. The danger of such a catastrophe of Col. Winder as to one ofthe local the
. -, ,.tB. Of the River and Harbor Bill and the have been advised, or have reason to against Gen. Scott, which motsatisfacto-
.: : Age any secret-(but there mutt have been secret influences to meet this issue-those delegates who had imminent and while the i .
. V: .V-. large sum which, through his influence, they believe, has Judge Bro& ever taken back was Whig rily by the reply:
he had shocking as are such appliancesto met him face to face, had communed with aided Union Democrats had lie
lt: .i 3f' obtained by it-although himself that declaration. On the contrary, with the party, by struggled
:1..,t opposed the Bill on principle. lie read from views he expressed, and doubtless still entertains editors who delght to embellish ;he his[ bosom friends and had been in a posi- manfully to save the Union by the FoaxMrzas, Fla., Angut' ,.12."

;,;;i :._: a report of the Treasury to show that of tbe entire and total unconstitutionality closed: doors" of Whig Conventions;) for tion to scan the underworking the wiry Compromise measures, the Democratic Gen. B. HOPKINS : -
:. ....,;:. they did pot stand up to their platform, and of the compromise measures, he in a truce-presto-up again went the Cass the was pre.ses Dar Sir: I have received your letter of
politician, as poor of Florida had those
S administrations had Rntoul opposed measures"to of August, in which '
; .r.\ that democratic appropriated submits to them, only because he is in a yoa state, "it
. :.'t" more for Internal Improvements than millort}'. He is willing, as the Floridian flag at the head of the News, and Mr. Cass scanned, that he might be ejected from a the better end.;" and the latter uartv.- is now slated by his opponents that Gen.

t..;':.; Whig administrations; that the River and says, to let by-gones be by-gones," only becomes suddenly sugar-coated and swal.. later Convention, to give Southern Demo when disunion was thought t be upon as, Scott refused the application Gen. Gainesfor

: .fj Harbor Bill passed by a democratic ConKress because he can't help it, and from no changeof !lowed!" cracy a pretext to say "An abolitionist can bad no word of counsel against They ai and subsistence during the forced p
-. :<:' ;*; was a violation of the principle in opinion in reference to the constitutionality Next, we have another Committee at The Eastern Committee ; it & on the Withlacoochieand'that '
<.. IK-: their platform; that Calhoun had admitted of the Compromise measures. not be a Democat. i "had no dtsposit1n to offer advice;" but I (Gen. Scott,) further, forbid Gen. Clinch
*. to'* '. that it was constitutional to improve the work-for when Demo cracy has "bitter pills"to advanced a step higher than either the would tell struggle came, "upon. from going to his aid, saying 'he got him

:%.' ,-' Mississippi, because that was a great inland swallow, they install Committees to assist Central Committee'or the delegates. They which side they chose to fight." self into the scrape, let him get out of it.'"

)."-*' !r: eea. iioi.ioi F L D IIHIIIUI.E B L I in the operation. This Committee is undertook to show that Gen. Cass met the Such are the principles we "denounce." You request m to state what I know of
;.5-"ri Now argued Mr. W., if this is so, then .the above
the Committee of the Eastern
Corresponding in his Nicholson letter-to explain, Such the avowals which be : repr.
;-. .._*- the Apalachicola and Choctawhatchie, the "issue" are ought to I cannot & applications were
..; i', Escambia and St. Johns, are smaller inland JACKSONVILLE: District," which signed themselves as away the parts of that letter which were an marked by tbe people of Florida. Such is Gen. Gaines by Gen. St nor can I m.t sty

.;.I ;" seas, and the principle to them. lie follows :. explicit affirmance of the doctrine of "squatter the policy that, if accomplished, would truly Gen. Scott Clinch to go

.:.:..:." .defended the language of the Whig platform! Thursday, September 2, 1852. JOHN BROWARD, sovereignty." We need not recapitulate have "wrapped the Union -in flames and to his (Gen. Gaines') '&tn nor do I
.nn..... thin. all-bif'l't.J CHARLES BYRNE.. know whether Gen.St sid ta'be (Gen.
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V: .; Of the Tariff he said that, if the argument JOHN HOLMES.: .. their argument-sufficient that it was stated blood.! Such are ie "incendiary"doctrines Gaines) had got hiJ into scrape, Jetblmngetoutof

..' ot Judge; Broome was good for anything Whig National Nominations.FOR This Committee, in 'its turn, put forh: an to their entife satisfaction. Gen. Cass' they advocated by the Jacksonville News. it' I cansay is, that I
::. '..,.,' it lead to direct taxation, which tbef. address much the of concluded from their premise, bad DENIED Let it be remembered that the South Carolina was with the army at the time, and on duly
.. people had decided! against. That the Tar- PRESIDENT: bearing very impress exercise at Gen. Scott's headquarters; and I never
the of the Territories to sovereignty Convention been held that it
right -
-1. .. : .J. aft: under judicious limitationscreated a the mental sygnet of the second signer, the h bean it said by any' body that Gen. Scott .
: :.' : .;: competition with great Britain, which made TOFlELD SCOTT. present editor of the News-which address to the injury of the South ; and in decide not to secede from the Unionand'the ha or said any of the things

, .:, goods cheaper than they would be' without sets out with declaring that the nomination fine they exclaim, This is the sword of following will enable the reader to learn state and I do not believe a.word aon.
and that he would' consent to the FOR VICE PRESIDENT : Cass Gen. Scott is not the to
., "-, it, never I of Cass and Butler meets their "tbe Constitution, with which Gen. how much tbe Jacksonville News was dis. man
., ...1.'i i Anrirlnf of havim' work. unqualified let bis he Interferewith
: '. ; our )
'.!. i ,shops in other countries. That it was our W1.] A. RA1IA.M.] uppivlnuioit.:" Tbcjr oaJJ the prevailing d'lo "cuts* the Gordian Knot of the Abolition- appointed :. resntent'i h any oa.
every
1>f.. ;: interest, as faraspracticable, to produce for ----.... satisfaction had "given way before a ?.IuU "ists." Admirable simile Gordius, in Address of the Southern Rttfits COt at hi dute. id.2 bus tenaious Gen.

.c =1'. ourselves-witness the prosperity of Geor- FOR ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA. and candid investigation of -the position of prospect of.being made King by the oracle, .Chlto.to the .Southern t Gaines was abut his rack, or what he sup
"J.; .l gia-and thai for himself he had rather pay tllh States.We posed to be ; and always
tied his cbarict knot that no
by so intricate rnk (
Gen. Cass the daimn
; ,':'i:' for the time being, a fraction more, than tory J, P. SANDERSON, of Duval Co. on great question of Sodth- a publish on our first page this Addres as be did to rank Gen. it is
'1. countries with which at era rights." The objection'to Gen. Cass one could uncoil it, and Alexander cut i i which commend to the Stt
on foreign any I T. RANDALL of Leon Co/ we al snpppsable that, with and disposition
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. .!! moment, we might be involved in war. No. arose from the doubtfulness oi his position with his sVford Gen. Cass, in hopes of. our readers. Emanating a it does he would have made an applica- .

;. r... more money should be raised than was necessary J. J. FINLEY, of Jackson Co. upon the question of the rights of sovereignty being made .President, so mystified and entangled Convention composed of about four hundredand cation to Gen. Scott for assistance.I '

; .,. for an economical revenue, but in in the his Nicholson letter, that the Northor fifty delegates, from all portions of the will state, according to the be of myrecollection
existing Territorial
: )raising that sum he was willing to discriminate FOR CONGRESS. squatters State, we may take it as an authoritative what took at I
neither.un
b41 :' .... in favor of home industry-and thiswas -new territories having just been acquired South could unravel it, and politicians enunciation of the determination and will of was ordered to pl. the \\tm. of !

'1.-" 'tbe ground of the Whig platform. EDWARD C. CABELL. by the Mexican war, into which tbe South overcame the difficulty by cleaving the people of South Carolina. WE HAT 1836, aifB arive at Jacksonville about the
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.... .::: Touching Slavery, be referred to the claimed a right to her without its intricacies as with a sword. NOW TAKE IT AS A 'FIXED FACT,' THAT THE first week February, where we
.. :. :"' speech of N. S. Townshend, to prove that FOR GOVERNOR. carry property The Gordian Knot cut, the Eastern Committee STATE. OJ SOUTH CAROLINA WILL WITHDRAW tb&t Gen. Gaines,was closely le
restriction from
'. ': ;*.' i the Free .Soil Democrats attacked the Fugitive GEORGE T. WARD. squatter sovereigns. FROM THE PRESENT CONFEDERACY the Indians on \ithlahie The
;. .. Slave Law under the Resolutions of '98 The Madison: State Convention, which had thus panegyrize Mr. Cass i s soon a the Convention of boat proceeded immediately to
. .. : and '99, and that when the Southern Democrats sat sometime previous to the condition of The history and character of Lewis the State, already elected, meets next winter Gen. Scott's As Picl

. :"... agreed: to the Platform they knew it. Whig Appointments for the East. things we are now describing had unequivocally Cass present us with a picture of intellectual unless the grievances of which she, in arrived, I heaquarter.. Sot sn what a I had .
of' Mr. Ward here incidentally compared the greatness and moral sublimity which common with every other Southern State, heard about Gen. Gaines j 'he
: Scott emancipation letter with apart of the Alligator, Thursday, Sept. 9th. declared against territorial sovereignty forcibly illustrates the benign and fostering complains, are redressed, and unless tbe aggressing beard of it from other sources I do ha

', 'address of the Central Democratic Committee New River, Saturday, 11th. and had instructed tbe delegates appointed influences of our Democratic institutions." States conclude to tak good ma- know; but be that as it nay,be had,'whenwe
It I of Florida in 1844. Newnansville U by it to tbe Democratic National Conven. MARK ny steps backwards. arrived, given orders forthe train to proceed
lit reply to Judge Broome's argument that Monday, 13th. THE SEQUEL We have no disposition, even if we had the to St. Augustine for provisions, and
. \.. fhe Eemocrats had passed the Fugitive Slave Micanopy Tuesday, u 14th. tion accordingly. After the nomination of In June, 1850, Gen. Cass, in his place in ability, to offer advice to the people o tat every thing and every body was actively

.,:-i.... Law Mr. Ward argued differently, and quo- Ocala, Wednesday, 15th. Cass the Central Committee, desperatelybent the Senate, unveiled himself upon this question State in ifiu emergenc. They, in employed in making preparations for the
'(I .' ;> ted the Speech of the Hon. Mr. Cleaveland, Hurnando C. H., Friday, U 17th. on swallowing" him ".hoofs. |iorns, of squatter sovereignty." After explaining ion, are the oi what course they campaign. The' order for the train w
of Connecticut-and that Judge Broome especially hair, and all," issued the Circular before re-, the Nicholson letter to mean that should pursue, and we in justice cannot find i and every thing directed to
Tampa, countermanded
Monday, 20th.
had claim fault with them for being more restive under ,
no right to any participation ferred to in which they declared that the to go to the relief of
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_', ._ '-.-/ in it, as he! had opposed the Compromise Adanjsville, Wednesday, 22d. "THE INHABITANTS OJ A. TERRITORT HAVE A degradation and insult than we have been Gen. Gaines and Gen. Scott started that
'.. Q4 disunion.Mr. Madison Convention, in their requirement, REGULATE SLAVERY FOR THEMSELVES ourselves. We have ever deemed 'with
_. even to Orange Spring, Friday, 24th. RIGHT TO thatbose very day, all the troops he could .
:- '. '! S Ward stated distinctly that in frequent Palatka, Saturday, 25th. had raised a new and false issue." Here ," and enforcing the doctrine by an who are to give and take the blo\v&are provisions for, with orders from c t

;.,:. 4, ., ; controversies on the stump in 1850, he had St. Augustine 27th. was an instance of deglutition perhaps the argument of some length, he closes : best judges when the blows given follow as fast a transportation could
Monday
1.., l sustained tbe Compromise! against Judge most remarkable on record-not like Saturn "I this is of and received. had. After the news of.Gen; Gane'situation r
a
Broome who it in BlackCreek, Thursday, .30tb. repeat question common South Carolina being a sovereign and independent
,;-: argued against toto-and had arrived, not one" lost
'ii'\.1. .:! that.when Judge Broome was specifically Jacksonville, Satuday, Oct.2d. swallowing its own offspring, but the offspring sense, [a very poor compliment to the Eastern State, has a perfect right to secede unti the troops were in motion for his re
and I
the descendants
swallowing its own father-the Cen- Commitee.] suppose from the Union which she
asked the he had that voluntarily This far
on slump, replied he Nassau C. H., Monday, 4th. of the as as i can recollect, is what
11: preferred a dissolution of the Union to the tral Committee swallowing, or rather devouring crew Bounty, who occupy entered into, whenever, in judgment, the actually took place. *
: of the The The Whig Elector for tbe Eastern District Pitcairn's island, and amount, I think, to interests and preservation of her require -
people
:*; passage Compromise. Judge, the requisition of. the Convention about hundred and have Respectfully, your obedient servant,
::f ;. in reply, admitted his positions in 1850 to will accompany Maj. WARD inhese ap which it It this one thirty, just as it. This is a right which she has in M. H.
appointed was conduct of much in the of God
right to
man, WINDER
. ; ";... have been correctly stated by Mr. Ward- pointments. The Democratic Elector, and eyes pro- common with Florida and every other C pt.lat Inf. &
the Central Committee which the News de vide for their own as have the
goverment State. She has and should be
:.t e. .1 that bihad not changed nor retracted any a right, per-
'i J.4; of his opinions and "what was more he any other Democratic speakers, are invitee. nounced. Let it now be added that the del. two hundred for the Chinese mitted, to withdraw peaceably; but it may Correspondence .regard t the IndlMUUFALATXA

, '.;:." thought be bad Jost no votes by them.- to free discussion. egates to the Baltimore Convention did not empire, now our neighbor on the Pacific." happen otberwiseand the Federal authorities Anjuit 26,1852. '
4 d4". He then glided off into a discussion of the p their adhesion This is the front view of the picture of may have become so debauched by their
give to or acquiesce in the Gen. Hopkins has returned to Palatka
l4: ;':- .tariff of 1842. and exhausted his. reply in WHIG CONVENTION.A intellectual greatness and moral overgrown and i-gotte power, that they

..-t'--:.. ..,..:.',' 'i the. details of' that. subject. nomination of Cass. They, or two out of pourtrayed to us in the address of sublimity' may attempt to in the Union 'by from Fort Myers, \"her he went toned
; Convention of the Wbigs of Duval the three of them, regarded bim./uAy, as their force. When that comes THEN, INDEED, Billy Bowlegs, who was sent out for by the
District Committee.
; V. :; :: (From the TaUahautt Sentinel. era "
:4 .. .. -Ri: .' letters in the papers of this State are now on WILL COME THE WAR"andwe U. S. Agent. On the morning of the 5th
' County, will be held at GRAVELLY HILL, on One more fact belongs to the series-tbe are much mistaken in the
I.._.J'i. : --. Judge Brooine and the Florlt.r. .. record to show. people day Billy made his and after
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".. Saturday, the llth September (inst.,) for the member of the Committee who_attended as a if their position in the contest will be an 'appeac
: H; dian. But to come back, after a digression to of the .
equivocal one. As for ourself,' in the language night same day Hopkins
to the Baltimore Convention of u
4; 44 We have neither said or insinuated that purpose Nominating Candidates to represent the "Corresponding Committee of th .astern! delegate of.one of own gallant sons, himself interview.' After (
I.-1. the Editor of the Floridian the editor of the'News Carolna's ha a harD
present ever fa- 1852, present in al .
;.;,.t:;;.1,AI .. vofea'or desired the disruption of the Union.Why the County in the next Legislature.The District," with Dr. Byrne probably nonored the of that Convention,'cast not \Vho.was to blockade sent cmmanl Charleston tf a sloopofwar in .been told by this' ofBcer"'the.object '

rt $'U': don't the Floridian say as much, for Whigs of the various precincts of the with the drafting of their address. This address one ballotting for Lewis Caw the former contest with the Federal Government a. mission, Billy was politely informed}_that
I%p'. Jndg Broome ?' Can he.do it !"-Sentinel approves of the nominations; the oltary picture WHEN tbe State of .Florida,wished .to\ know; from
IT COMES
TO
FIGHTING WE
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desired to ,
1 :; 17th County are appoint Delegates to of moral he
:.1.t: '?.' .:. ..oJ-tlu' ; inslant.i > Baltimore Convention, and approves of the sublmity"-although w'VL CHOOSE THE SIDE TO'FIGHT VPNl'Hen him when he, intended t; leave.the State;
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,:.r,:.q'L; i TbeFlondian! of the 21st makes no res.ttponse said Convention.By action of the Florida .delegates thereto in. one of the most prominent candidates for that the Governor.and people,'h waited along

\" :.t to:this inlenogaory. \nxilenl.\ He reqpest of the Executive Committee : not sanctioning tie action, of that Convention the Presidency, and was only se aside because Clay ad h Son time for him to that we were disposed

'tf't\:1r."i.l\ .,.was stood very'8fM.thei:Sentinel: indeed 16 'aay, when or insinuate he misundeN that HENRY D. HOLLAND, and its nominees. One of these delegates I he whose belonged nominations to the lass' of "fit.greatmen" It will be remembered that' at the close of : to have him a g h people len i .

; r. ;'.:he' ai11at! rea'dlsunion; He)thought it a Chairman. J. C. McGehee, came home, and attempted ; be made." .". were "not t the.proceedings of ,the. late Whig Cenventio'u ,peace; that the President would'giT bin I,

':" : very serious charge. He. was'ahgry'about to get a l letter into tbe Floridian; 'at.Tallahassee, Major Ward incidentally good land far away from the whites, and U

4uI-.;!.4 it-He pronounced it /a/Mood. Biit-,ie NOTICE.- the. Democratic organ at Tallahassee, explaining The of the -whole' is party in an address' the.Convention that h guardianand the, friend of his peopl
state
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not sword of denial for Jirooine moral tbt 1 ,
t. ': \, : .;!tJiaB';::not! .word., The reason obvious Judge. :* But A Meeting of the'Whigs of Jacksonville his reasons for not coalescing at with- ought not'to trusted ; !be ,during a bre.sty! in Washington a long'as they lived; and fare the ua

:- :'iE i ,"":if 4 charge of this kind be held so derogatory will be held Wednesday, the 8th of',Sep Baltimore, and wan unable t to do SQ, as we theit i violent denials'of: Gen. Pierce's antislavery City, the 'laented,Clay, a short time ted States would .supply them'all \it'rations

'.1I <( < r by private citizen-the Editor a newspat tember (inst.,) for the purpose df nominating learn from a letter to that effect which thQ sentiment o ght. to.go unheeded. I rreviou'to.hs.demise, and that this i great ,I for one year send.withAgent the

# objectionable': per-how much in more.must who the fact to be be Gov-held Delegates to the County. Convention to beheld delegate addressed to,another journal. { that' Bnrnt, children. ought, to dread the fire. gave latest words, testimony .t &e. 1t:reply,1" ;Billy said.h

:: 'i'jj": .o en orp! ( a State-one the.Executive aspires bead of the on the llth inst. time published in the'arne city. It .was Pierce_. f.f as i likely in't the'end.to, prove. 'him- the high, and,meritorious .qualities' of Gen. : would go, ,sister and: sonnei.ObbispeoplC .

: ;:iPeoplfr ih':.8worn rep esentative ,of theiraaiallej The Mea will'take place at the Court known that'tbe delegates did, not acquiesce self unworthy of r the South". as _Cass'to Scott I did1'not wish to'giJlut.thetwCa

It..'..: iance. aijd} fealty/to the Confederation House...- at. hj ]past. 7. ocock'P.< '!. .M." I i iti l'th proceedings; Baltimore, and yet tbe declare' for. squatter sovereignly. By eschewing The Savannah Georgian 'a short time I be in in a\fewdajs,. 1 I II

1 'f s's.of.-tnevStatesJ.! ,Tbe great .Washington, in A/all, / attendance of theWhig voters:of] Eastern!. Committee, said !they."approve l of ,the .advice of..such)leaders, the after, took occasion' without, casting doubt them to gobi wonld. He said, o c

.1.t I.j ;.//:10* &*frown Farewell.indignantly Address,npon, calls.the upon first the dawning,people the Precinct is desired. their.course: ," ;although, they were ready,to South.w l.bereaved J: tbe: painful necessity, up n'tbe 'accuracy of Maj. Ward's 'statement I lisItbO .bohes'of bis fathers had been mouldering '

'(,rfciv. _attempt to enfeeble the ;.aacred.tioftheUnJ9n" sustain Cass! Is --there-'any,,paraifeihere;
, l '.Jodgq Broome' preferred *a v Slgnlficantand ,Satisfactory: to. the.caMi: \ of: the Whig' party.;of'.Florida: day i involve, Ofcritintle'Gordian'Khot"which bad be lived, would .not 'have supported I the grund. he walked ,trreraad .

jtfrfjdissolotioq: i ,oLtbe.'Union to;k B submission to ,We have .only to refer, the particular attention sastainipgMr.Cabellwbovdii5lru8tea' .t Scott,) binds h .tJ the,UnionJBS ;.' Scott! ,'and.urged'as reason'lhe report .that :, if was en ear j.to ;hi from. }cldassociatons -
t
measures ut
'othe/jDojnprpmise. Washiingr '
: it#ton:in:this,Address'says that respect! for the i of the reader to the two articles m and their .support, .at 1be.. same! tihifpf.the: his son, Thos.;'H. Clay, ha&exprused'a d.termunationot *. ; ; .that :Wo! m1hkl.

7 v/iutborityot .the Federal ..Government. the'&nfm
t'r fMIpP4nti.1l1it4 a.la1""lfId c :ccniii Vii.laratlins'iat.'dninejr.) : : ,:By;pne 'it! ,will It '
.%eiuaiure9-r\heFloridian: remains mum.to' the more jnogster,- a.'case, tjinore. ,baid the. ; Wbig."b;; r themselves of parties .toW s regular :; nominations' I away,the land, and,could nottnaJcrA btaiyi

. ..!J1utalJnuc".DltTJlI.liberflL.N.o.t:we.are. told, that;Judge Broome.11', ;at"r 'queiti D't'by' the''Sentinel, while tbt Judge contradiction, of;sinister: .obliviousness, than ,nobly'we' ; !{unavoiciabty'compelled! ,Which i 'have been JQr:explicltijr.! ..expressedin I and that his argmet w" only **

;QUIncy laa. Saturday ;while he,.''acknow biorielif.'at'Qaincy: ; wiS wry'Pltiil upon Ihat'ol' those Democrats.who.leb'uke.Whigsfor to postponelili" ncztweekTbVbgbaUis ; | l ajate t r oi g :roun'dsiwrit; :A'in agreement i remak only ?a

b ;& ledged himself to have declared in 1850 that the point in issue. supporting. Scott and' Cabell 1 Ought on\var. .Churutxiscol t 1848 on! nmi of protst. sufferance j 'that the l 'nd ,belonged .to the
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:-iia3; '-an* ''the 'bite iopleand Parson then closed_his_remarks by telling'as tamed the_eamesentimentsitxpressed i in that = +* to.Act"ef-ccoty..,,-,; : .. .?: -: gfrgygTT.i7isitT.ygTr' :-.-- -- -1TOSEMINARYO.PLEAIt.- : '

would -lare it; that if: him. I that Frank Pierce was the_man tote for- platform c,on the subject Southern Rights. r HPCOOTOV)C);1* ,;. :; ': .' ,' fi'
.lei It Vflte eC.Ole t4tti.'t .Af.Pi41i. -
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would in seventy days, which out of pure sympathy, we all agreed I tan assurey that I was one of the firsf'togive IIItJiIt i -? l' ( c PHILADELPHIA..ABB U4. '_:
-If and people go in my betrty and cordial approval andendorsetbent Another t --- ._ rtnJM b d.Ibis, I....wss ." .
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people would be glad! of it, and the Go- not.to do. Tne fl Gentleman then tool of those measres..when they tif1dWonder.tOREAT >!- SAVANNAH 'I'maYigat '.R. e6TVESD.\Y tIII"JULT
-M j -would thank him, hut it he refused, his seat very much exhausted., were before Congress. There'were'but twd CURE; FOR: ; .: Company.3fW ._ ir .a e ".e.e9 AC"ULDf.. j ;f

what he was told, that the white peo.fe > C 1.Ward next took- the stand,"and in a others ahead of me in'point of time in their DYSPEPSIA!: 4 -' Tte Trastmtake.ntejplteam ia asMOw '1
.fur abrocaey and approval of those '" -'""M vftiju wBMl VtttM ship lag to the Patrons of tM 1\
be into his settle brief,but nappy and impressive manner, an- measures.I Pestmary and the e" .
irookl put country to : mean Mr.'Clay and Senator Foote, of your DR., J. S. ROUGHTON'SDIGESTIVE i Stt'S W&.ltoi.&SSSSS generally their entire eoafidM te De.'AsJdaatt* t-
up and compel all the red peR to leave swered tbe last gentleman's speech,by a passage State. As early as 1830 when first brought ,SM'SIB leave eII'. Freva the sneeem-hi h :has wflarat : -1;
it of Scripture from Job.n in these words the U day(If J 5n4 aTty. tended the cnterprue, the Trmttees feel asuatsM Ii
it.JiD1 : before I avowed 5fls
ifl be replied was he could not help Congress, openly myself the day theraaft..ssy the a We. vanes that they will aoeeted. fai .4f :.

; wanted to be friendly with the white "The AVind iloweth where it listeth, and we friend of the measures, and then, and since, 14th and 28th Jury,ICth oa At J6 August, ands*, School exactly adopted to the".anteLtaasnalt7. -. ,. :-

that the hear the sound thereof, but canst not tell as many I think on an average as five times 0 '**,,& i\
_. I am dearly of opinion aday, have I openly and publicly declaredmy CabiiiPijsar.tOM.1ib1 $ .. Tb.irol4.cIIa to establish on a Berwiaaeat bs i, ."'f' t,
about to be adopted by Gen. Hop- whence it cometh or wither it goeth." [Great sentiments to every man woman and .,Thla.hTiaetstaNeyk. ,, sfa.aafaistitaUmiawhteathe.mJndfefthepwpfl 1 T I.
cT .1 shan be tianugUj educated. Prompted Vya?
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kisIIt and which is fully concurred in by : and tremendous applause.] child who has approached me on tbe subject. This.& earnest dairt I.pesasts the..u.rWqt. .... 6

Blake will get all the Indians out with Mr. Editor, Ward and Finley are doing I have not sought nor have I desired any safety, p and boat with entire regard and to, generation MIl increase the.. prosperity of.oar, P
epibfdft dispatch, {
Gel. &olro new young sad growing State they rely with coat- ,
concealment of views and opinions in j
my. admirable facilities c-
hostile shot- If such a result is great service in the good old republicancause. & ael travel. Fw of >
firing a l deneevpoathe support a patriotic, renerov*
pit reference to them, and it is a matter of extreme freight or passage, a I'
Scott stock is .it sad enlightened public to sutaia them L tW acomplishmeat *- :
-
will be rising, isjjfbw at "
-jictcd, the triumph very greatabloodless par, astonishment and regret to me, that PAEUOR FAT &CO.. of waobleaforfow.Lxpefienot ., j
victory-where heretofore money and by )he first of November, will be much my sentiments have been so grossly misrep- in Savmaiah-. has demonstraied a.u.t a MQI.J1 r \

life bare too freely been sacrificed.gen. above. Ward will bent his party in the : resented, and that I'have been made.the i THE TRUE .jaly8-tf. HERON Agents It MARTIN Philadelphia.COPARTNERSHIP. The the necessity of Inereasiag the rater of talUotf. ;.1
iBJ i exeeediagly tow rates of the past sesste barn :'S
of such and malicious slander.
Hopkins also fell in with Eneha West. I have just heard from Pensacolaj subject unjust failed to produce a ns ftaacI I.most the-core. .> :,
My name has been coupled with that of Mr. ,FLUID t rent expenses of the School.. TIle Trustees hive :
the husband of the wounded squaw, the prospects are brigtening. Ward and Fin- Wm. H. Seward and I have been '-
jjiopko charged OR GASTRIC fe 1lenlpf'B Ting the CITT therefore determined to adopt the following permanent i to
bat promised to meet him on the lOlh ley have set them all.right. The West is with entertaining sentiments in common with JUICE B Ye le rates which they are satisfied cannot'be ti '
wjjo him in reference Southern Institutions. Prepared from RESHIT, or the fourth for the foe Cenhl deemed exorbitant by any.who will give .
at Eissimmee river, and says he all safe for Scott. We shall elect our mem- to STOMACH p o matter a moment's reflection.RATES IJ'
September or vas ox,after directions of Baron ,
LIEBIG
and false.
It ,
Irishes to go,u be can't live outside. Many bers to the Legislature with ease-and as for Nothing can be more unjust the great Phli tfegical Chemist,by J.S.Houghton the J AYING Market DUMBER OF TUITlOAirAYABxe .
is true,I am personally acquainted with Mr. ton, D, fo Hoe under the style and title
Philadelphia
him if he Ward there is no telling when the people Pa. of Clark fc Bauer. ( n 4mu.icEraa SEJSJOS 0.Jl J
will ,
others accompany prove Seward, and that he is personally my friend ; ..11111" a truly wonderful remedy for Indigessipn -- 'JOHN MO.TTHS. '
CLARK
trot. Several of the outsiders have gone will stop voting for him. Now, Mr.Editor, but I am not responsible for his peculiar sentiments Dyspepsia,Jaundice,Liver Complaint,Constipation JOHN G. BUTLER. For SpeHiiig, nrJIIUIrti.] Primary GeoRrtphy :- : ,:.;1

jg,and others emigaled. The cow.boys ares if tbe Whigs in the Middle, East, and South nor those of any other man who own method, and, by Debility Nature's, curing own agent after the&Gastric ', P>The above inbMriben would respectfully so ,and Primary ArUbmetie, 'M 00 '.,

may see proper to support me, and no man Juice.frJHalf. of the as they have For Gvograpby,Arithmetic,English GrassT :-It
will only do their duty Scott will lCUheprn& pablic C
hot for them. .carry mar, and Modern oito1'712 00 i '
I living knows better than he what options : of .
my a teaspoonfoJ of Pepsin, infused in express purpose For Ancient History Ancient Geograpay.\ *
Voor information as to Billy's reply, Flarida by 1,000 majority. I are and always have been. I made his water,will digest or dissolve.Fin pounds of roast uwo LonE ro* JACUONVIU.E AND THE Chemistry Natural, Philosophy Natoni ,* .1

published in your last is incorrect, as Respectfully, yours, I acquaintance some time in the year'36 or'7.I chiff tn boat II the too*ows,out of the stomach. VICIWTT. History,Vint Lessen to Algebra, Genta I!
Pepsin great element or great Digestive _
Anatcmrr
from himself. AN OLD WHIG. I had not met him, or corresponded with, or of the Gastric Juic They wffl also have a Grist Mm attached theMachinery ctrv. j y nA *Phnnlnw> >
AI I learn Gen. Hopkins Billy principle *-the Solvtn t af the t :F.r higher branches of h; .togie'm' I ;;
communications ho* and, as they havs the
with him ;
terchanged ? :food, the Atn/jring.: Presemng, and Stimiilattg agency one I Moral 'Jpev .
Come of Rhelorie. and iBtetteelnalPhnoio* :
jjjoot say on. Correspondence of the Republican. ever, during the interval from the'ye '40 Agent ot the Stomach and Intestines. It is the Planing which M" of Isaac nwn.of Bab ,Latin and Greek Languages, >-.C9 :.;.
Yours, &c. extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the Othu tor. operation i dYI. Fer .
30th 1852Dna to 50. In tbe latter year, during the pending is entirely novel in part --extra, loco t ;
ALLIGAToR,FL.August forming ATI AKTmciAL DIGESTIVE: nxm, I Contingent expenses; -U) 80 '
"
-aad of the firm :
of the Compromise measures before Congress like the country one being aa old and experienced !
precisely natural Gastric Juice in its
FOKT MTUS, August 6,1852. Sia : Acording to appointment the hand with an the above and There win b.apnblieemalneloeMtb.3o.j t ,11
; with him chemical
I met travelling through powers, and furnishing a complete sad mher.
GeD. LVTHE& BUD: Democratic candidate for Congress, Hon. A. perfect lt6bItil fur 11. By the aid of this both of them being well the of the session-attendance oa which will be eblJ&iJ Ii'
1ewJersey. He approached me upon the preparation wants of the City in their Hue win story an the students salem written ,. I :.
Sir: In a communication of the 27th E. Maxwell, addressed the citizens of this ,the pains aad eviLi of Indigestion and ,they endeavorto upon a. 4 ,
of those and asked give general quest to the be from their p !,
who reeeirtd
subject my will favor contrary
measures ;
from the Governor of the State of and last the 28tb Dyspepsia are removed,just as they would be by Itio a pa .
'
Jalf, place vicinity on Saturday opinion reference thereto. replied to him :hem with their -. rents or guardian f ?&*
Stomach. It
fonda] to me, I am instructed to confer with H%commenced by defining his position as a a healthy is doing wonders for Dyspeptics August 8, 1852. 12-lm Board caD be obtained ia private famSks lfromeighttotendoflanevmostb. U Ii I
I dead the Constitution
words of
in these : am for curing cases debility,emaciation, nervous ., ,t
JOt(special agent "of the United States Democrat, and contended that though decline, and :
dead for the Union, dead for the Compromiseand dyspeptic Consumption, supposed CHARLES '-
I lot the Indians now remaining in Florida) inrelation Whigs were at the head of the government dead against man who it opposedto to be on the derge if the grave. The Scientific DllutOD. Secretary of the Board RUSSELL.ot. &. .i.
any *
to their speedy and final removal : of the country, yet it was administered under evidenced on which it is based ia in the nnHE existing under Aug. 19-4& T" '

dying further, it is his wish. that I should Democratic principles. On the tariff be them or either of them The languageused highest degree curious and remarkable. JL the name, and style MeKlNLAY I HAD ., '-)1I.
t that occasion was so DOCK is this
by myself on day dissolved by mutal
co-operate with you in your efforts for theirpeaceable dwelt at some length, .defending, the .ad-va- positive and emphatic. that in alludine! to it SCIKNTinC EVIDENCE. AH debts contracted in the name of the late c1n'firm NEWG.W.B1RTON GOjOD
I. removal, and commit no act by lornm system,and condemning discrimination ince-for he well remembers the conversation Baron LUBEO, in his ee..ebrated work on Animal will be settled by John G Haddock. I.

\ which that desirable object would be the in any shape. He prefers the platform I "me Chemistry, says: "An Artificial Digestive JOHN D.McKINLAY. :_ It ;.':
be has with rude -
even
charged Fluid to the Gastric
analagous Juice be
I may I II JOHN G. HADDOCK. .
obstructed. As connected with his instructions Democratic Con.
the Baltimore
least adopted by foUr Door. below.'. ;C
I readily prepared from the mieons membrane of The business of buying and telling of Cattle as Hay-street ftstfllFtnnegaVs .
I am induced, respectfully, to inquire vention, because he says it enters more fully ness. the Stomach of the Ox, in.wuich various articles also Butchering will be continued by John G. ;)1\

I whether the troops that have been, and into the spirit of tbe Compromise measure, General Scott proceeded : of food, as meat and Eggs, will be softened, Haddock. The subscriber,grateful for the liberal AS JUST RECEIVETJL( per Steamers front 4tbeNorthaewandIendidaauor'mes ,

are MW under my command, will be of any than that of the Whig Convention, and is a "I have seen some service in the cause of changed, and digested,jut t. the tame manneras I. patronage heretofore extended to him, takes pleasure H ..$. If .

benefit"in effecting the much desired objectof far safer Platform for Southern men to standon. our common country, and am now advanced they teoutd be in the human ttomaeh." in recommending Mr. Haddock (his Ics ofk'aneysnd Staple Spring and Summer ,%It
Dr. COMB, in his valnabb writings on the sor) to 1
indulgent
f in life. I have.endeavored to at leasta a public.july BUY GOODS.
mission-the State still being willing Gen. Scott he principally on gain "
your opposes, "Physiology of Digestion, bserves that a JOHN D.MeKlNLAY. HOSIERY, GLOVES ft SMALL WARES i' l
to continue them in service, should you account of order No. 48; condemns tbe late name for uprightness and candor ; and I diminution of the due quantity of Gastric Juiceis with an assortment of Dress{ Goods&. Ice. 1
believe nominated challange the world to produce a single witness a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia .ii 'tt
i so require. and the public good will Whip State Convention, for having Brandy &c. ALSO--') -* 1
be thereby benefitted. Mr. Cabell, notwithstanding his opposition who would be believed in a court of and he states that "a-distinguished professor 'Vie JE WELR Y. SHOES, GENTLEMEN'SPARISMADE .
i of medicine in London, who was severely Otard, Dnpny BBANDY.
Yours with high respect to Scott thus acting inconsistently, is justice,who will say that I have ever, by OLD BOOTS. ".., .
t afflicted with this complaint, finding every thing Y WINE-a very superior -
:' B. HOPKINS not exactly pleased with Mr. Cabell or Maj. thought, word, or deed, said or done anythingto else to fail,had recourse to the Gastric Juice,*ib- MADEIRA do. do. do.OLD .ai An Assortment fGmtl'tft" ReadyKadiCLOTHLVG t

) C.2d Division Fla. Militia and Special Ward either, and can see no good reason justify the misrepresentations that have tamed from the stomachs of living animals,which PORT JUICE. 1! '..

: Agent. the of Florida should support been made as to my sentiments and opinions, : proved completely,naetsful.. PRIMF JCH.rn (1- -.
why people : lit. ITKAHAU, author of the famous works on The above were purchased of one of the best June 10 2ut $
r have been otherwise than .
either Scott Cabell and thus he or that they as .
; or Wardj; "Vegetable Diet, says: It is a remarkablefact houses in New York,and warranted
FOKT Mnxs,August llth, IS5ZMij. ended. expressed to you here this day. If any such in physiology, that the stomachs of animals, For sale by JOHN lPo.jul2 Tax Collect* Sale.

Gen. B. HOPKINS : M. W. Smith Esq., answered Mr. Maxwell man can be found, let him be brought for macerated in water, impart to the fluid the property BY VIRTUE of the potrer rested.ia SM by *
I Sir: In your march, in the execution of the He first ward, and I am willing that my past life and of dissolving Tariou articles of food, and of Tobacco Cigars I shall expose for i sale before the Court j
duty as Agent on the part of the Stateof on behalf of Whigs. services shall be forgotten, and that the word effecting a kind of artificial digestion of them inDO &Snu.E .House door in the town of j Palatka county of'Pntnam l -
your cleared up the vague and misconceived wise different from the natural digestive pro- abore irticles, of the very quality, ,on the first Mood*?in September I399t .4
FloTKfa' on Indian affairs yon are by this opinions of Democratic oraters in. regard tothe infamous shall be written before and after cess." JL on hand and for sale low for cash, by between the legal hours of sale, the fallowing do 4 .

I authorized to take any Indian property doings of the late Whig State Convention. my name." {jt:>Call on the Agent, and get a descriptive July 22 JOHN M. PAYNE.NAHAT.T. scribed property or so vutA thereof as will pay q ,3

which you may find, and dispose of the same I circular,gratis, giving a large amount of scientific the State and county Taxes due thereon fir. tho t
think evidence,similar to the above, together with HOUSE. year 1S51,to wit 15,000 acres more or less .of ,
u you may prudent-beeping a true He then examined critically tbe character Sews by the Steamer Flordm. reports of remarkable cures, from all parts of the haring leased ,the Land situate,lying and bung in Section Si,'of f

account of all that may come into your possession of tbe testimony of the respective parties, SENATORIAL COXTEST DECIDED.-In tbe United States. .: bore house, situated on Bronghton- Township 10. S.,of Range 23. Ej Seetioa S7,of j ,
that I may account for the same to tbe street, between Abercorn and Drayton- Township S.,sad Range 25,. sad Section
for and against Gen. Pierce, touching Senate of the United States on the 28tth AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER.Dr. .
38 of Townshi 10, Sand Range 26, E, sad 4 J
the owners. streeis for a term of respectfully informs
proper Respectfully sir, &C. New Boston speech, shewing tlje vague and inst. Hon. S. MALLOBT, was unanimously Honghto '. Pepsin has produced the most citizens of lea the public generally th, Section 33, of Township Itj S and Range 28 E.
marvellous effects,in curing Diseases of Debility, SaTa
indefinite character or tbe testimony put staid Land being"t.1Irnedal the property of Robert
that he
is
LUTHER BLAKE, forth by the Democracy in defence of Gen. declared entitled to his seat in that body. Emaciation, Nervous Decline,and Dyspeptic Con regular and transient prepared, on riv bn bth Mellardy, by G. R. 1irbsnkAat. .
I Special Agent, AI. Mr. YULE made three hours in sumption. It is impossible to give the details of i mos I R.T.BOYD. .
a speech terms and
Pierce. and contrasted it with the positiveand pledges by
at.ttio
but t
cases in the limits of this advertisement; authenticated hsl : Tax Ass'r Jc ColTr Putnam eouaWPalatka ,.
"If Mr. Sinecure bad asked the editor of direct testimony of his (Gen. Pierce's) defence of his'claim to the seat bat with certificates have been given of more b1l8C.to merit make pat.rDag House pulc.-. I Feb.19,1852.- da. c"iNOTIJCE.
He also alluded in this connex than two hundred remarkable cures, in Philadelphia itd Mal I .
the Republican to publish the order No. 48, accnrsers. poor success. His table with every j '
New and Boston alone. These were cus w T
so that his readers might judge for themselves ion to the fact, that Gen. Pierce had permitted nearly all desperate York cases, and the cures were not luu that can be procured.spe ; .

whether they were stigmatized as tbe report of this speech to go un-con- { -Another Scientific Wonder I-! only rapid and wonderful but permanent.It Rug Imo WILLIAM JOHNSON. ALLpersona are two hereby forewarned notes mad, piut.by 4
I promissory ,
Cmeardf-instead of asking an endorsement traJicted for six months. Next he defined rANT TO DrsitPTicsy-Dr. J. 8. HOUGHTON'S is a great nervous antidote, and particularly me, in iavor of James A.Picket or order oao;ef 4 ,

"ia afoot-note," bj one who certainly occupies Mr. CabelTs position ard shewed conclusively useful for tendency to Bilious disorder, Liver Notice said notes having been partially paid., :Ths eonsitferation j :
position as an endorser-it would that the people, especially the Whigsof PEPSIN,the trw Dilative Fluid,or Complaint Fever and Ague, or badly treated fVtHE Co-partnership heretofore existing b for which said notes were givu,-baa $ i. .
a poor tbe State under renewed obligationsto Gattrietua, prepared from Ressrr, or the Fever and Ague sad the evil effects of Quinine, JL tween th uip. the name failed,and lam determined not to pay th.w '
have looked a little like a desire to know were Mercury, and other Drags upon the Digestive organs style of is this day dissolved .
Ox after dirMtions of IesscompefledbyysuMJaesaIieketi
FOCKTH or TEX ,
STOMACH
. the truth.News.LEM support him in the approaching election. ,after a;long sickness. Also, for excess in by mutual consent. The unsettled b: HENRY D. HOLLAND. 4 $

Sinecure" asked In regard to the charge of inconsistency in Baron LJEBEQ, the great physiological Chemist eating,and tho too free use of ardent spiriU. It ness of the firm will b settled by George J Jacksonville JalyThtj1252sag4 .
never an end the Whig party, in supporting Scott and by J. S. HOUGHTON, M. 2>., Phnadel- almost seoaneilcs Health,wi Il1Umpera-.q. 'GEORGE KELLY.NEWTON '.

'rsement" by the editor of the Republican, Cabell, Mr. Smith took occasion to point out I phiL This is truly wonderful remedy for INDIGESTION DR. J. S. HOUCHTON'S E. CAFIWX.Jacksonville. -- Drodgl1t t07ait .
July
but him refer Gen. Democratic F. UI8 N the tenth of Maya; Negro au bIM&
simply required to to the discrepancy between the DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, O WASHINGTON. Says he belo p ,"to

Scott's Order, to see whether bis language Platform and Judge Broome's positionin this LIVER COMPLAINT CONSTIPATION BENJAMIN SlNGLETpN, Lowndea. COU4 -

could be construed in that the Compromise measures were the and DEBILITY, curing after VATUEX'S ows CoPanerhip. ty Ga.-about twenty years ef age dark _- .
any manner as applying I great and chief element in the Platform and METHODby NATURE'S own AGENT,the GASTRIC nnHE JL undersigned. for the thi Cone a plexion, fire feel four inches high. .Says he hatf : '
Co-partnership purpose
the term u cau-ttealertn to the of been two weeks.
people runaway
upon which the success of the party was JUICE. Pamphlets containing Scientific evidence and Shipping Lumber, under the name and style M. IL FRfiESE

Florida. We denied that he ever applied to staked, but upon which Judge Broome had of its value, furnished by Agents gratis. of KELLY, TIMANUS ft CO. JaUoTj Columbia eoanty,.East Fla.
GEORGE KELLY.
them either the term coie-stealen'1 or. "cow not chosen step and refusing to adopt the fj-: ee the advertisement. p 2-1, H. TLMANUS.E.J.BUCKMASTER.. May 2 tf -

ards? and adhere to our denial. As to "en Compromise as a final settlement, looking Notice '.' t -i*;]

upon it as measure to be supported only Jacksonville,E. E.,July 15, 1852. Indebted"ttf the 1stl of FOH&
dorsements" if our correspondent should OF LETTERS in the Post ALL pomona
remaining
because there was no help for it. LIST : UNGPIN,late of Pmtaam eomnty
S want a very proper person for an endorser Mr. Smith's reply was a masterly effort, at Jacksonville, East Florida, August Notice to Debtors and Creditors. deeeased are notified M make immediata pay .

in the refer him to the editor and one well calculated to weaken tbe Democratic 19th, 1852.A ALL PERSONS who are indebted to the es- ment to the undersigned; and aO enoas holding 4
,: premises, we Jones, Toby of Donald C. Murdock,late of Columbia I claims or demands against said Estate most present ; .j
of cause. It was felt and duly appre- Andrews,Joseph Jones,J Jesse for I them the subscriber authenticated
the,Jfaa. required t come to ,duly ,
all the Dealers in fine Drugs and tUDt del a
ciated by the audidence, as was testified by B Jones,John Is sold by nearly the United States. payment the undersigned within the time prescribed by la*,Or this fioUc

tbe greeting be received on his conclusion. Booth, James Jones,Mrs ThosB popular medicines in throughout and in fluid form,and in ; and all persons haring deDd against will be pleaded in bar of I&IVILLlAMuuNGc. .. V
STEAM EKGIKES,BOILE&S MACUINXKT &c. It is prepared powder
,
The Democrats have nothing tg gain by Bairden James A K for the use ofhY8ieiana.Private said estate are hereby called upon them \ ... -s
heretofore Brennan,John Kennedy,Michael prescription phials to the duly authenticated, without Administrator
-We have not called the attention such discussions. Facts thus ably demon Circulars for the use of physicians may undersigned "
Col H J Francis Poinam Co. 19 1852. "
Banman, Kingman, Falatka ,July ,
of manufacturers and mechanics, to the strated, tell too strong against them. Burrows,Henry Kelly,Chas Wm be obtained of Dr. Houghton or his Agents, describing dela1.JURY A. MURDOCH. Adm'x.W. .
section are D W L the whole process Of preparation, and giving .T. McLERAN, .State of Flertda7 Clre Ut .wrt;.Jtactonl I ICou.tyo
Tbe our Barnes,
throughout
advertisement of the Essex Company, Law. Wbigs the authorities upon which the claims of this .Ad'r.B1 j .
L J Leather Mrs Esther WHIT SMITH,
the of the Badger, ,
roused
to
reace Mass., in this paper. They man thoroughly importance q.dl\frs E Lamar, John new remedy are based. As it is nor A sxcarrHEHEDT its Their Attorney: Little a,B.Lewis *) I
and be raised
contest a spiritof can; against
approaching political no objection
Bass H W Lofton.Wiley co- t*. I I
ufacture extensively, and are prepared to enthusiasm is perradingthe land, which Becks, W Baryan 3 Lang,Miss Catharine use by physicians Price in respectable ONE DOLLAR standing and PERBOTT regular Agr August 10.F. l9-8t Abner D. Johnson, t Bill in .. ir.
'practice.
furnish orders to any extent Any business must and Will bear down all opposition to C M Francis Johnson, ( Chancery .1 "4 '
the and principle we advo- Croker, H Mansfield, J *E. bee to Debtor and Creditors. William Lastinger, ,' j
patiiotic
entrusted to this company, will be attendedto great IrJ.OBSERVE THIS.-E TJ bottle of the : .
Cecilio, Mr Moore, S W and John Johnson JTT ,
Your &C. the written signature of MONTH after date,application bb 1
eate. PEPSIN bears -
genuine wi -- !
promptly and in the very best manner. Carter, D H T Mactosh, Tobe J. S. HOVGHTON, 31. D., sole Proprietor, ONE t the lon Judge of Probate C'' appearing to the' l satisfaction" ftb.Coar4byadatilInthiaes.e51edthdthasboo
Allen Morrison. R F
Mr. EDITOR : The Democratic papers be- Cottle, Philadelphia,Pa. Copy.right and Trade-mark lumbia county,for to ll a p the J J. -
of the Callaghan.John Martin,Charles
Correspondence Republican. secured. belonging t the estate of named defendant William LartWer. resides.
ing filled with laudatory anecdotes of Gen. Clinton Charles Miller,Bird -SUId by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicines. late of said tlnt.d yond the limits alike State of Florida tttwitt Jn 4 y,
MILTON, ;:... Augut 19th.1S52. fact Chambers C S 0 ,Adm'x. the State of Georgia Therefore&.ttoUow.pf M. -;
Pierce allow me to offer the following Cooper,Airs Ana O'Bryan,James EGBERT POIN'SETT, W. T.McLERAN Adm'r. Whit Smith Eaq.,Solicitor for the,Coiddalaaat. ,
To the Editor of the Republican: for publication, which I got from an officerof D P JacJ Ili,Fla. By M.WHIT IIMITII. I it is ordered that the sai& Ikfendaos<*WiBiaaI
,
Dna Sia : I am not personally acquaint DoM,Abner Pratt Capt L C 4 Agent Their Attorney. I Lastinger,do.appear and answer the laid BiD of '
the Army, and a Democrat Dupont 11 Virgil PprpaJl, Abraham J. A. MAYER, Fla, August 10th,1352. 19-tt. I Complaint,according to law, or the same will. betaken
ed with you, but as you are a Whig, I am A P.1TBos. Demere, Mrs Paul Porker, ConstanceE tVhotftah and detail Agent, Savannah, Ga. Apr at confused against !1i.. 1.

bound of the Paine Polly Sept 2. '52-ly NOTICEf.AT And it js farther ordered that a copy ot this ONder .
to give a faint description _-
you Emma Mrs
Enna Miss C Paw, Magdalina be published in some newspaper,printed and .
here last. While Gen. Scott commanded the forces Eubank, Wm N R THE expiration of six weelu I win apply week for' '.
t meeting that came off on Monday Charles FOR SALE. to the Commissioner of Pensions fo duplicate published in said Circuit once a font1months. jw ;

r It was the largest collection of people that for the removal of the Indians from Georgia, Frink Masire F 2 Rose Reynolds, Win SLOOP BOAT, with Tender .and Oyster : .to Land Warrant number 10,244 issued to I I .- THOMAS. Jgdtc&.bAr DOUGLAS,- 3

; has ever been in this, Santa Rosa County.I .- one morning, on parade,, ,a careless soldier. Foster.Frink, Washington HJ Roberts Reeves, M John James W 2 2 A Tongs, aU complete 11. D.Apply HOLLAND to ,or me under on act the"of 7th Congress day of October passed September 1851, 10,I85O.acres I Joe 22d.A.Ii 1s5 _,2 s .

think it was the largest gathering ever held his gun out of position : be was reprimanded F j.riy.Thomas P S sop 2-It J. L. HOGARTH. which iliac been .t.011 from my house. And I i Circuit Court Southern Clr*if)1ra 1

commanding officer and be. Smith Richard warn all peru trade for the said Warrant Ida,Monroe count jr,la.'t4.
July
witnessed in West Florida, and in the true by the Fountane, SALE Inasmuch I hare neither sold,
Sallis H G SHERIFF'S a aed Catharine Welsh .
Fountane,Sandy ,) ;
spirit of Republican freedom, we offered ing a raw recrniff tbe soldier paid but little G Se well,David Aft be sold at the Const House in Jack- nor empowered any person to sell, &n TS.,. >>Bill in" Chancery'f or:4.A:YO&et-- M

free discussion, and invited all the distin. attention to the orders; upon which tbe officer .Godding,F G Sinmons, L A W'sonrille. on the firtt Monday in October cite the same for me.RICHARD ELLIS. John:WelsH. > -r .
Gomes,Capt E Smart M James next a Woman Jane,levied Upon as the UTappEsrbigtothenLIa&et3odoftbCesrtby .
negro
J gnished Democratic Orators of the West to stepped up and struck him with the flat Goolsbey Mrs Adeline Sanchez,John property of Mary Dewees, under execution in August 5t. JL affldatit made and filed in this eaasft,that the l

and the of this of his sword. The soldier instantly threw D Stewart,James favor of Thos. W.Jones deceased,issuing from abovententieaed Jab Welch reside ewtof thU ;
meet people
enlighten good
Grover, Harry Setton, Alexander 2 Circuit Court of Duval County, State of Florida. School Notce. Circuit brt ia the State of Florida.tovis, -
t I county on the subject of Progressive De. his musket down, and presented the point of Cause, S Thomas Sale, ljapt ww 4 .GEO.H SMITH SherIff D. C.. HHHE open Erenlns In the .Wister Cirtnltt 1&.11 rd.sM-tbas

mocracy,and also tell us who this young his bayonet to the officer's body, menacingly. John H Tanner. ,John T August 23d, 26-td._ JL 8ho&brib.Ie first Monday a of Spm he appear "and answer said'bflL.oa.Ahain!
.
Holden. The classes Monday in Noramber noztf otherwise 'ih
; "Richmond" of New Hampshire is. CoL Tbe indignant soldier was arrested, and Hamell MayberryHeodricks. Tanner,Asa i and Woollen Machinery! and from DU&fo.,GnUeie Inclusive, 'of each complainant bin will '1* taken 'pt. 'Oa.>
.convicted of and sentencedto Mrs. EliL Thompson, E J Cotton i t Weey. fcsBO .against *ewrdlng to ."stafaito Ia .
tbe side tried and mutiny, week. "Rooms
f Ward aDd
on WhIg open
Fmley 7&
Major I Harden,James H V S"am'Saw Hills and Engines. flp 1 Oc such eaes made and provided;and that this order

f and the Honorable (Alternate) Judge Jordan : the most rigid penalty for that offence. 11G :ineon,Adam D ESSEX COMPANY,L wJtua,:M.u- published in x m.newspaper paMshed ia fUg I'
: the sentence had to be confirmedby Huff G Vinson,Spiers D 2 nnHJ will execute all orelen Per Quarter of eleven weeks,for &brch for two"moaths before I said flrti Uaadaj
,together with tbe Revd. Joseph MitchelloutheLocosideeachaddressedthemeet- Of course Hughes,John W .1. SACBUSETTS Woollen promptly Machinery of all in the English and Mathematical November. 'JCt

Gen. Scott. What did he dot He disapproved Higginbotham, J W White, Mr for Cotton will contract and for whole Mills from the dollars. Including the Scientific' Course,&1ev [Signed JOS. -. LA.MAsTB: ; '
and
Hyrne,Peter win Capt Joseph kinds dollars.. .- ':Jodge Southern Cirevitj State olFMid ; -
of the sentence saying if it really waterwheel steam engine to the finishing ma ,
his or
in usual
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ing. Major Finley, happy Hanton, Wm Walker.Wm Mails for or single Lights and"Fnel furnished by the Pp A true copy: : t -

manner, literally finished op the Hon.Alter. was mutiny, the point should have beep Hill Capt Thol B Whipple, Alariah saws.chine. Machinists Steam Saw'Tools of every.gangs description. StoneJi Books,l et and 3s.M.Baacnwzu&C1erL, -.n ,'. .
SamuelHigginbothain Worley, Elias for exercises
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Hodges PerJonl'.RU.Jnna.Dep.C.tkAug. ,
Cars. of all Iriond. .
blow Machinery .
blade-a was degrading. Locomotive and Freight .
nate. used, not the Thos J Wilson,JohnWilliams in In;a Debating SocieFVineipal i .12-2Ia <
finished so .
either or
kinds on hand progress
We next repaired to the table groan- He bad the soldier released immediately. Higginbotham J ,Joseph White, Parsons, Miss Sarah L that orders can be filled in'short notice. of Jacksonrffl,Maid F.and BROWN Female Clas-} : 'Notice. '.. "

log under its rich burden of smoking viands Can more be Wanted Jones, W G .' I Persons frvTerms contracting are very low.for MiUs will be famished siC Institute. August 19-tf SIX: MONTHS after date' I wIll presently. -
Admmistrator'eif
-to which ample justice done Persons applying for letters in theAbove list with for arranging the Mills,.without INPL01UDT teeoonts and ronebers,
was -eveiythine -. drawings LAND FQR SALE \he'mate of CALVIN READ deeeased;tfce
Scott's
than the following,u to Gen. position win say they are advertised or they may oet -
going off smoothly. them. MARK. BUTTS P.M c bar.e.GORDON McKAY, Agent 9 -g 49 Acres, situated on the head waters Hon.' ot Probate of Dnral Cm 21"!
the Compromise and in reganr to final settlement of said estate and
Halifax river
on .oJL"JO of Orange county, ; .awqJot
I After dinner the returned the Sept pl29-1y .
to __ ,
company "
I 1eUerl diadr -
the rights of the south 1 Or could a more East Florida'44 miles south of St.Augustine -
stand and the Revd.Joseph Mitchell, Warehouse the North lands of J J.B low tifERt."a -
by ,
monn effectual be made of the story DIUOL17TIO. OP COPARTNERSHIP.nnHE Union. Agricnltmal ', bounded on < -Adser. EdIaU.r c.A8CI' .
ted the and in solemn explosion I Ann :, deceased and en the south by lands BOW or lately .
rostrum, a and impressive I COPARTNERSHIP heretofore .xisUJL _4efaoariile.Jeael7.iaag. fat ..
repeated after being ,refuted-that he is of BISBRIt SEED STORE the property of the Marquis de Fergeand. :Theneater .
the FTJUIAHDKZ -
,manner, informed us of.a great 'inr under name portion of said"lands are covered with a 'Notice.4aCC ..
affiliated with Seward Bead i iAdrtreas Co.,II this day dissolved by mutual "consent. So.S3 StJLTOJr-STREET, NEW YOBE. I
Live Oak .
growth of and Cedar and,are well : WEEK* after date Iwffl apply U tM
many things thai General Pierce had. done of Oc.. Beott to the MlssUalppt CYRUS BKBCB and'AirrosiA A.CASOVA the,an dulj undersigned'solicit the'attention'of all adapted to the cultivation of Sugar Cane and the ((2erk of the Orcait Court and S3!.< *

in the MezicanVVar and that he did.not u-bpu.. authorized note to receive all account money and due to whom concern all THE of Implements for the Farm or Upund portion to that of Long<6taple Cotton.. of Probate for Letters of Administration,with tie
either or
at this unexpected by open Plantation to their assortment:which includes Lying on a. navigable stream for flat boats of will annexed on the Estate of J haDtlm7iU
how General "I feelgra.tified, gentlemen, mast be for set
faint from Fear and be told us claims against said firm rendered tath.lending '
calL and am clad to sen before me, accredited tlement. ;, manrof the,. most.rte8n'. _improvements. -p _Lt.1. .1.aV three.feet.draft. of.!aier,.-these lands,.are..contenfenUyaiIflAIoi1OrOrVardiflgpTOQCC. Columbia*county,deeeased ___ :i_
Pierce received hit appointment from President I 9. D.:FERtfAMJEZ" article ia tnelr tine, au oi,wuia --j JnlylCOR3T. ,.GEO.SELgT.
men of Miaalssi pi. ,Tbe nomination will sell at prices' to insure aUara 0 the For terra apply to ,DREW,
Polk and with what honor sustained which me by the CYRUS BISBEF a.Chaia Pow At this Office- to :
has,been conferred qpon .A..A. CAMJVA. i buyeV-eqiedally. Railway or 700 buhels prime WHITE CORNf
himself In the army. He also-told ,M how Convention, which JOIl4'Cre'members is Jccksonnlle Fla.,August 1st.1432. ,sag 12.< ers,for'or two horses of th, WheelS&11014 State, C..W.: DOWNING'c ,Tallahaa.ca.Aagiigg.u ,< *?l' -
premium a& .. I
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whether oettea awardedTthe ; JAJtESHANHAMBay.d.,__
the General had always stood.'side by side an honor greater than deserve,and all Cosut1 Fairs where,they haw bees z.b1btt- --- I_' .
defeated or elected, I shall always regard it copanTNZRH1PJOTICZ. '. ed.. Ranway-Power warranted .WarrenTrimble's 1 .N otlCe. 1T 2 doors East dBdfleebaas&PIeVaS'TL.l
.witIl ohD c. Calhoun .in. maintaining the1interests <" cold : d A beshels henry b4s.T3 .
SWeeIFPwert'rpnu'l.CirculLrPower.flov
as the highest comjjjiment which, ri11E'ui4ernsd have this day form** .a Co* Iron:? : Cut'ters rung eo-partnertaip existing between the sub '.,
Straw JAMES
of the Soolh,and.had always voted be bestowed upon me, and as more repaying .1. partnership for the.transaction. of business *, Hn&Mills Wagons, Carts, JL 'scriberaid William Ndlesla driria.r ." jane Tail IT" --'.-.-.", \. .

with him which last remark. was:news :'tow1 ma for the little service I have rendered. my under Ute name ad sty!. of.BisB It:CA OVA:. iWJw.,PortabIs.Field and Sn i of wliiblaqun, : Cattle,having been diswTvNf rn the first day of I' -. 'f'l < > I
I am well pleased too gentlemen Grateful for the liberal patronage,;extondd to Sc :Tre'' September,1357. the undersigned will not Mid VBXAi CABTPHIVE& .
,
ere in the West 'He also talked for a country. 1 the late firm they hope to merit by, strict,attenU -, lily, FertBisersFmitOntoeseriptiv aa. Oment 'ent5' himself rceponsibhi for any.eatrseta since nude ,,J: AWOffef .; .
Jai with,'the' platform, you haye'adoptM-it .coa "". -,I Catalog; d'r ta&a. f tl&Js 0 Jed.J fcr sai 'S oi.-UI .. ..,
: ;
fcmr Priwi'&at .to buiDtu 'l
to t9fOItTPQICOO .
General Pierce,was cordial and geoMh. wbW two ,, rNBPOWN. '
and approval gratis : '
meets my hearty ; B1SBE .; :..; wi" senf ti. '. < e '"JOUN.. MA i& .--

: '. W enrard-wMch. ,< by :the by, no Wig let me PIU1'e.fO't gentlemen, that this is.no, ., .. ', ? -.:.CANUV, re I rcmUk&aceurdinZ'. ; & 4i, ;.N!wll"k-'J: : .'K'f" : "' I." ': 1I.18.' .!,: .' .'..: co ,' .-' ,st
enter- JaeksonvinFl* August 1 ,,1 an*13 'il : r -i.- '" > '' .
speaker bad djarged Jam as being: -The nev9qcn ,"JthflC. Years ago J, ; -, ; n. 0_ ,.<, ,1': Jhr.
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TiE 1>li6uiDX 'REPUBLICAN ;wEsT1IOARYThEENTIItE Listof. Officers oCt Stte of rlda.- :Rate" the*;tof United Statn*,- and'fc tw to' and n offices from tn Pomsett's' 1 to take all those much who jileasure may'b to rcmmtd'J meiE-. .

AT .' Canad from ,and after the 30th Jane Jyou &C :
PI.ED
.. Jkcksonvllle. Dnral EVEU'Ttn4Y.Count j-, E. F., by, ; -''. STATE HOUSE OFFICERS. '. To E. PoinsettEsq.. .BJlA\1N.DAVl A

' :t COJUMDUS'DIUW.: WORK, mARIGE Governor;THOMAS BROWN. For every.single Utter in manTcft, or paper I ] ., 'JACKScINVILI.n
Secretary State, CHARLES W. DOWNING of kind which shall be =:. l DeatSirj lam .June issj..
: bon (Quarto. ,of 1193 Pages. any upon entirely.rclieved % .
DAVID P.'HOGUE. "i
I j Attorney General, asked communicated 'writing, or by marksor *
"tn35 Dollars per annum, payable : Containing THREE the (band ia or ijUST thas Co
The JET an '
'fMJ mater Comptroller, JOHN BEARD. signs sent by mail, the rates mentioned the )01 KW DUNLO
Upon ordering the Paper. other Eaf lull Bictionnrjr compiled il tu country.rctUMicD Treasurer, WILLIAM R. HAflVARD.B table shall be charged ; aid for*every additionalwlf dsenseand! Ileel happy I b"e. uer 1 "' ;

,>;:. Subscriptions:if not paid before the.expiration rG. eg State Lad DAVID S. WAuKER.Cleik once or fraction nf. an' ounce above the TGConinening IGEORGE'CQUL &
publc.
't' otte"ar, are charged 4."AUVorUicmenU & C. Merriam,.Springfield, Mao., Supreme, ROBT. S.-HAY WARD. weight named in this table, an additional single ( rrl onr.7trol ; : }
Jl DICIARY. To E. TBATo
said I rate is to bo charged. POis.t.t. E$
will be iscrtcd'at tile following I .1 If o B.Hc Svprcm. Court ,

: .\ mtM: Ouo Dollar per square (twelve lines) for j Judges.Residence. I ] .jnneh lrnn. St. npaeL '

. f t Uie-irsl,'and Seventy-Five Cents for every subsequent -1 TESTI.IONIALS. Hon. Walker Anderson I Ch. Justice I J Pcne a o C' time to the eamination of the Angust7,11. ,}
; .Its reputation is widely extended. 1 doubt Hon. A. G. Scmmes }I Associate !1Apal&ch'alIon. : a T Dar Sir: ThUwill lfltoTimyoa
liberal *j herbs
- insertion. To ;yearly Advertisers \ various medicinal plant, rots an peculiar -
. n essential ,
not this edition has received improvements L. A. Thompson I "' I Tal ha 0 08 were dangerously ft wi1h,3. f
.: dtoount will b made.. All transient AdvertiseBicnU -i fom the able hands it has passed Circuit Judges. 8 ] s i to peninsular Florida, the proprietor of teryor Diarrhoea, for about six Ft.

a (except by persons!ving running accounti Western I Hon. Geo. S. Hawkins J Apalacn 8 o. this medicine baa acquired a knowledge in this almost everything thatgenerallyfrVi
'
I I '. branch which is rarely obtained by those disease, but all to no effect. A < ftre..
:- with the office).must b paid for previous to publication. Middle I J. Waylea Baker Tal'h3'oEaster 8 friend of
: Thomas Douglas I Jaeks'\lo .0, t a.. hOe object alone i is botanical discovery and cmmnde me t try your ltlethne! eanJlf 1
1 .
I .
Southern | Jos. B. Lancaster [ o 0 = 1.W11EN classification. I proc .
. ,:1 Persons at a distance can govern Uleir remittances James M. Landrum,SorrV.. Cir., Ucheanna : I f 0 happy to say that li Bottle of Krcd aUn &
' Until he has had
; for advertising,by the following rats!: Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir., Quincy PREPAID. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. tlpreent year, no of my children-hoping your Ta1ab1 M b'

': .: .One square (twelve lines) lled -ix months I Ban Dzm-raa DICTIOSAET the English John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E. Cir., Jacks'ville Weighing I z. or under,being thought of compounding a botanical remedy may be afflicted become general/! tha
wIth maV al
rrbI i B. Hart Sol'r S. Cir. K. West 10 l- his labors been directed to this disease uc.
(4 or $10 I Osiian siiKlc rates . . 3 6 himel having and safe hve
0 I Language., Over oz. and not over 1 01. 6 12 2 30 of orders from abroad. remedy, Your truly'
. ..1 Two squares, for six months, 15 0 COUNTY OFFICERS.First Over!oz. and not over 1J oz. 9 18 4 led .\ :;
"' I 4&ii 3 ; The manner in which he has been to To E. Poinecti, Esq.JACxSOxvTq. ; L\TUItD,
: .Legal and other Business Cult an. 00 Clerkof Over li oz. and not over 2 oz. 12 2J fl
: per t [[ name Judge of Probate; second name 4 place! :himself: in his present position is a
Notices to debtors and creditors, 7 00 Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name Ovcr2oz.andnot oyer 21 oz. 13 3 5 ; with '
follows friend afflicted July 30 <
] a just WHEN UNPAID. :-A personal | JM.
re I giving whenever it occurs, as in Gadsdcn. &c.) T Dear Sir I have
5 ( : tried
. Application for lettersof administration, 0 ." Assessor and Collector.] 'inglo rate, o above . C 10 10 13 Dysentery, having failed of obtaining relief cine for Diarrhwa Your very TrfnalM 1r'

;I 1 Notice of Application for dismissal as Administrator Western Circuit. Over J oz. and not over 1 oz. 1 2 20 30Qrer from the regular faculty, one day addressedhim safest cure for this and dangerous find it by far thaiTv1"i. *

. $10 0 I Count Post Ojice.Escambra Over 1J 1 oz.oz.and not not over 1J 2 oz. ; 40 3 4; thus-"It is said that every sou and I ever known or heard or. My risas daughter '
O.ecr. over oz.
:. For annonnccmentofcmJidlte"f; office, 5 00 Pensacol9 anc 2 for diseases I about two years, had suffered
I Over 2 oz. ond not over 2J oz. ; 0 5 75NOTE. clime produces an antidote peculiar lone and w 1 t.doced
.No announcement will be made unless the same F. E. DLaruo if with to almost a skeleton, tri i
#. .1 F. to the locality ; so, you, your Bottle of r .
a "JNDIA
be accompanied with the amount charged. 4 DeLnrua' Milton .-From and after tho 30thJune 1831, the of the field and wood must your : LOXECUT'"* !
Chain knowledge
Rosa John it has acted like a the
Santo the letters char
rates inland child
Editorial nt>tices for benefit will be I S.AuiosIsaiah. mote"of computing upon fa 10"
:
. private e. letters from one office within the United know of something to relieve me. proving and may seen by those who do
;. ; had double the rote advertising. Cobb Jr. states or Territories to another, and also upon The reply was, tht he was acquaintedwith 'eve. Re"ctfull" n b
COMPLETE
wil MOST ACCUT Walton Daniel ( Uchelnna otters between the United States the British .
. Rilicious, Obituary,and Marriage notices, ] "T D. and the properties: some plants and roots E. COLVLY.
RELABL TH Angus MeIanon North American provinces-is to be follows, to .To POlset Esq.
i (.published gratis. Win W. n which he believed would have the desired .
.' wit: Single rate, if jpot exceeding half an onuco ; ST.
.. Communicltol must be post paid. Holmes bncr Baker Cerro' Gordo double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, but not effect; and animated with friendship, he set Dear NICHOLAS Fla.,July 31,135j'

!': _ I Robt.Martin U.\V.Golden Brett ." exceedingly ounce ; treble rate, if exceeding nn about the preparation a medicine immedi- your Medicine Sir: This called i j tc certify that two Bo> '

:' -. / ;:Orange Hill ounce, but not exceeding: an ounce and 0 half; alely. The material was gathered by his bas "IXDIA' LOXEC ,
permanently eur"J
GEORGE H. SMITH & co. 90 Washington and so on charging additional rate for "roes,of
every
' AUCTIONEERING AND COMMISSION, Norman A.Campbel ".. additional half ounce a or fraction of half ounce. own hands, and then carefully compounded.It vere Diarrhoea.) I take pleasure in rccomrnenljnr a.
John A. was completely successful-the cure was your valuable )
. MERCHANTS. The mode of fomputing rates upon letters to ledlcmeas being without doubt
.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Fred'k R. Pittman Marianna. Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, ef ctcd. The fame of this cure, spreading one that of I have the best and safest remedies for this dia
S. C. Bellamy heard of
: : a the British North American provinces exccptelJ among a circle of friends, induced freqnent or setn. Yours ,

. j t THE $UIlSCRIBEIIS have entered into co ". James Calvin Grin will remain .as at present,to under the 3 applications for the medicine, until, to avoid To E. Poinsett- Esq. W. .MdNTYRKJACXSOTPIU.E

for the puepose of carrying on II. B. Evans Blountstown Marcbl8 and of agreeably instrcl0ns appen- the trouble of making a preparation each -
the above business, and are prepared to make Porker dec foreign postages. Juno 9th, 1831.
Benj.F. time made
and
I a quantity was up kept on Dear Sir: I have used
either OB consignment or tit auction, (one of DIECTIONS.1st. your Indian
Thos.J.
.le tht'flrm being an auctioneer.) Both of the firm And thirty other members of the United States Franklin Arch'd Lanc'. Apalachicola Everlleter exceeding half hand to give away, without a thought of in my family and have found it a very Lzec1

.. : .re well Iquanted with the merchants and citi- Senate. am'l \V. Spencssr I an ounce weight, shall bo deemed a single letter accepting a remuneration. More than one I remedy for Diarrhoea. I take plea .
get
.." of the interior, which gives them the advantage __* e or rate. hundred cures were effected. At length by I recommending it to the public. .
l. ,
..:. -,' of iiskfng readv sales of any goode or iperhairrUze Millie Circuit.Edward 2d., All drop-letters, or letters placed, in any the advice of friends and tired of the inroads I Respectfully, J. i;.TOWSS '
: Egber Poinsctt E (
which may be sent t< them on consign Love post office, not for transmission, but for delivery $I'JACK'OXVILE
aent. Gadsden C. Quincy only, shall bo charged with postage at the rate ofonecent made upon his time and purse,he determinedto

They will give tbei attention to making good President of the United States. Bolt C Lester Love ." each. manufacture the medicine for sale, con- E. Fla., May 17, l3j.
B.
Samuel Dear
:. and immediate They would respectfully solicit .Etymological part surpasses any thing that O. McLean C 3d- Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation scious that what had proved a blessing to a Sir: This may certify to you that J h.
. from merchants of Huh for the la-t preceding fiscal ( the negro girl suffering under a severe attack
e and tradesmen year ending
patronage done for the English Lanyuagen Tallahassee few could lose its virtues from
W. not
, A ben Leon Gwynn being airhoea, and that the use of Vonr
ther cities, wbovh.h to sellppedi in our market. 30th June) did not exceel$2O",may send through one bottle of
: Oscar A. Myers offered to the or from having its mercantile preparation called Indian 10lr
Any business in their line will be promptly at- .i tbemai alleter3fdUmbyl1mlf.an.} re- many, Loxecnst"eflectnallT
,, tended to. IdeyT.Rhodes Blocker al writen price, instead of beiug gratuitous. cured her, and I wonl take this method of
GEOROE H. SMITH addressed t himself, business,which commending it as n very valuable Medicine .
J. Council Newport { hspl'ale This, then, is the origin ofI'oflsETT's -
. .: JOHN W. PRICE.KITTRKNCKS. :. WakullaIm. shall not exceed in ounie, free of Yours truly, JOHN _
# Wm. W. Mound INDIAN LOXECUST. Mr. .RAXTLY
;.1 .-AM Heed. m bee / This does not authorize them to frank Egbert Poinsctt. .
'' : & ce,1t Boulter & Co., amu,1 l'ernander Wiam. Alsop Abijah Hal. Iostnge. unless written by themselves, and on He does not enter the fiel as a competitorfor ,
.
' .' Jl Hours, Jacksonville: Boston & Gunby, J A La- 5' Thomas Alfonso J. Chace s Monticello. their private business only ; nor does i authorize public favor in the ranks of Quackery. Dear Sir Sometime JACKSO\"LL July 26, l Sl
reche. E M Moore &Co., Jefferson them to receive free of but : since I was
thing of
He
odal af. Craven G. Fife postage any has no dreams building up a splendid a severe Diarrhoea attked1
. -so that I
Tannah. Jan. 15, 1 832. written communications to themieh'es, fortune from Yet he doe seer
ad.regsel
5' Daniel T. Lenize- piilsand potions. tend to Ijuinesi. I was eoa a
and their to
AGENCY 4 John Woolen 5' on private} not profess to be so disinterested philan- your ''I m1 LOX reeonlneded try
,..: FOR CLAIMS AT tcholar knows its value." McDonald) a 1 EC1ST. procured one
WASHINGTON Alex'r bottle .
Every Madison At the
Court-houe
to offer his medicine for the two
Newspaper Rates,per qiuirterichtn sent from thiopist as pub members ot
R. Sessions .
:. :. William Eennaugh, 1? "I Elm1 II. Patterson the office of publication, to actual and bOa _/idesubscribers lie good alone. He wishes and hopes to realize my\v c fumily used were the afflicted medicine with from the the sara disease:
.. al Bottle
one
WEAR HOTEL PENNSYLVANIA AVENT'E, Robert McKinney : a fair return for his !labor, and the expense and ,
WIU.ARI'g am now happy to inform
From after the SOlh of June, 1S51, for cnolinewspaper you that it cured
( to give his prompt attention to the ar Hamilton Henry J. Stewart, Japer not exceeding three in to which he has-been subjected. He us al'tiltireg.'e are now all well and hearty
ounces weight
; and prosecution of claims before Con- 7 William Day "
rUlement the annexed offers no universal remedy for "the ills that u.e one Bottle of Valuable
rates to be
: '4' ; any of the Executive Uepartmenh.Ch.im .- .A a JJECESSITT r Wm. J. J. Duncan I per quarter arc paid quarterly I Medicine. o Yours truly your
: from the Revolutionary, Florida BVEUT Jeremiah B. Smith in advance. Thc rates only apply where flesh is heir to," but simply! claims to have TIMOTHY,

4"- f : Mexican wars; Invalid, Revolutionary, Hal? Eastern Circuit. actual the i a and fide
. .:,__ P .y, or Widows' Pensions ; Naval or Army Geo. S. Herbert Alligator for a certain kind of disease;

,I' ,p.' Bounty Lad or Scrip, under Jaw of Feb. 11. C01umljl. S. Scarborough believing that when he says it will frmly, Dear Sir llandar F. Oet. 1, JSJ.
Some
". '" 1847,or August 10, 1843; Arrearages of Pay and > tie Iinc WA a
A.J.T.'ri"h but what the of that medicine n
name and
; : speaks your place suddenly taken
Mileage returning Volunteers; Claims for L 41 Iickllr wa very jiek.
.: Horses lost and other Property destroyed ; KxpeJt RELIABLE Diction A1achua A. M. CastonSam'l Ncwnansville .' ,. purports in the Seminole dialect-THE TRUTH Your Indian Loxecnst was recommended. The
'. : incurred Volunteers before friend that I was visiting happened to have bot
. .1 by being mustered Resell 1 -. I I f I 1 a
tIe of it in the
, and into C< house, and I and
received service
"
Waggonmaster L. Wilson -. .
; j
. uslit tae
Cba v a 3 fIea
.::;<. : e.&c.And Teamsters' claims; Marines', sailors', Duval Felix Isidore Livingston V. Ganiio JacksonvilleMandarin. # 0; ; tJ) .. tJ .- :'OISEi'S I1flif5 L XECS1 H : averse sure in to informing having my you name that in print,but.still a for ::1.

. Having aU the forms for 44tf Cts.Cu.Cts.Cts.Cts.CUs.Not the benefit those that may afllictedyou
a Geo. H.Smith b can
necessary h ,
proper
over 50 miles 23 15 10 THE :MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE publish this if think it
.. presentation of claims, together with the rules Uriah Bowden ; 2i 14 you necessary.
t:. and regulations governing the different Departments -- Over 30 and not over REMEDY FOR TIE CURE OF Yours with respect,

: he is prepared to undertake all claims, of u AGES WL ELSE before any other DbL Kassal. C. O. Bessent Woodstock Mill 300 miles 50 3 2 10 5 2Over SUSANNAH HARTLEY.
Dr E
3UO not lOGO Poinsett
;... that'kind soever, that may require the services tionary of the Language Trill be required" A. J. Braddock I miles over 7 45 13 71 34 CHRONIC DIARRHCEA Jacksonville. Fla.

.fan Agency at this place. Jobn'l Gad Humphreys St.Augustine Ovcrl000not 2000 : 3 Gravelly lIiD Oct.20,1851'
Particular attention given to the proper settleJ. Peter B. Dumas miles over .AND Dear Sir: Your Indian Loxecustis I
100 60 10 5 a good med-
sent of Qoartraters'accounts. Raphael B.Canova Over not over 4000 4 2 DYSENTERYWhich icine. Some tim e since I purchased a bottle(rein I

and regulated by the amount Putnam H.R.BlanchardStanislaus Palatka 2 125 75 50 12$ C} j A M.Reed; Esa.,your agent,and gave it to one I
. claimed, and the extent services I ., of Scotland, author of Glinski 2 of that
required. I my negroes had suffered
Over 4000 miles 150 ( GU 15 7J has been to the very much..froma
All communications, to insure insertion, must .Ch. Philosopher" etc. 5' Robert T.: Boyd 9 j ever presented publicU severe attack of Dyseny. It cured him. Soon

% 'be post paid dec 4-W OrangeMarion William Campbel Enterprise DIRECTIONS. stands upon its own merits, and needs no afterwards I had another negro attacked with the
SA'L HOYT Co. I Henry A. Cran Mellonville puffing. JBS?lT HAS NOT FAILED same disease. I
: : I' & 1st. Weekly papers onwhen sent &s above To CURE purchased another bottle,and it
AMERICAN Watson I
AND FOREIGN I Elijah stated,are t{be delivered free in the county where IK A SINGLE INSTANCZ?" cured him also.I .
.: AGENCY GEN Ell CllMMISSIO MllCllAS John M. Mcintosh "Ocala they-are published ;; and this although conveyed do not hesitate moment in recommending
Robert Bullock ,1I1uI1s Valuable is compounds your Indian Loxecust to t.heput.1ic
: ... in the mail over 30 miles. preparation as being the
CITY OF WAS HI.CTOV.. S. E. IMrrnston Flemmington u from medicinal roots in the< most certain remedy for that
In The BuyingInd Ce.img C'f 2J. Newspapers containing not over 300 square le\eral :growing Dysentery I have
; Jesse M. Willid
NPERthe direction of AARON IIAIGI1T I Ocal"Southern inches Wilds of Florida. It is PURELY and waou.yVegetable everused. or heard of. If
. arc to he charged one quarter the above you see proper,yon can
; PALMER. of NC'York, and WOKTH-, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRCUL[ Circuit. rates. and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure publish this. Yours truly,

,: ..' INGTON GA11RETTSON SNET11EN of New I TURAL IMPLEMENTS l Ilillsboro' Simon Tnrman Tamp, 3d. Publishers of newspapers arc allowed to exchange of the above disease. The Inventor and Propri- MILESPRICE:
: ; Orleans, Attorneys sod Ooun ellors of the Supreme MACHINERY.AI Martin Cuuningham free of postage,oue copy of each number etor is fully convinced that it is an invaluable Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.
"; Court of the United States. I 5' Benj. J.Ilagler only ; and this privilege extends to Medicine. In fact the test that he has given it
". This establishment is formed for the following Ilcrnando Klias G. Knight Spring llilMalcnmb published in Canada. newspapers in the town in which he reside, and the astonIsiming Jacksonville, Fla., Sept.25,1331
Georgia and French Purr:Mill Stones Eusopus, Dr E Poinsett Sir: This is to
; that
,; objects: I C. Peterson 4th. The weight of must be takenor success with which it has met. warrant certify I.
,., 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of Colagcn, Cullin anc Bolting Cloths. Also, every Nathan'IM.Moody determined when newspapers state. him in saying that it is POSITIVE CURE have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhea
are a dry I
..- .- the United States, and conducting professional kind of produce and South, and CASH paid Ezekiel L. Sclph 5th. Poetuiastcrs He has therefore come to the determination to by the use of your most valuable medicine called
are not entitled
..... business before Congress. I fur \Wool Hire!, itecr skins, and :Iiiiiiiing t urs.SAM'L Monroe Benjamin Sawyer Key West free of under to receive place it within the reach of all, knowing how many Indian Loxecust, after suffering for more than 12

.. .r. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims UAl'TVX L. BILBO.Reference .< James 11 lracewel I newspapers privilege postage their franking suffer with this very unpleasant and often dan- months with that distressing disease. I take pba

."'... : In law or equity, against the United States be- I Robt. I Gth. Payment in advance does not entitle the fcroU Disease, particularly.: in the Southern and cine sure in recommending your most valuable medi,
' to all
fore Congress or the executive Departments, or *: I John Boylo. party paying to any deduction from tho aboveratet \ ester States. similarly afflicted.
,'. against foreign Governments before Boards of I Jllcfsrt. ANDERSON & Co., FBAXKLIX &BUANT- In purchasing my Indian TjOTceust" be 1 remain yours truly,

c.-' .Commiggioncrs. r.rVEnsTrit & PALVE". SWIFT, DE.\SU & *And ex: officio Tax Assessor and Collector.St. particular and look for my written signature on A. J. JOHXSON'. .

.. .i: 3 For the settlement of account with the, I Co., Savannnli, UI.V;\ P. MILLER &Co., --- Rattf nf Postage to le charged vpitn all transient the label.I Formerly of JackonTille.NC

c State, Treastuy, War, Navy, Ofce, and I New York; HGGJ.FS Nouns, MASON & ., Bos- .Xi'usi'ajwrs ansI thcr desrription fr I'ri im- refer the public below to a few certificates selected CLIFTOS FLA., Oct. 6, : ,
:. Interior DpartmcnanJ obtaining remission : tun, Ma s.; F. B. LOOMIS, I' SQ., New London, $100,000 SATED!! kit Matter. creelt tl'Cr and from pmong many received from
.Yf'Il"ll''rs
. -. I of for allegedviolations Ct.; U. S. McCoMBc, Jq., Wilmington, le. Ilcrrals not Pcritu'af"; ble citizens of Jacksonville. rspctn Dear Sir: One Bottle of your Loxecnst completely -
txrcr'Iiizg !
:... of the revenue, post office, or other Savannah, Angu- 2ith, 1831. sept. 4.t FIRE IN PEAKL ST/fliET and Fletcher IJubisl/tll from the offi ATew York. Three Stores and their complete and ccr-
. laws.. contents before words and Loivi fide rubscnber. P. S. Planters should not be without this vain .fain efficacy where all other medicines had railed
4. For securing letters patent for inventions New Goods New Goods destroyed. Deer: .
,
. ; 'sp from the United tatcs or from foreign Governments U IC II' .S Ii 1- A G AI X11ELEVEAT 'G .G able Medicine Every family ought to keep : -
3-At Wholesale and 1tetaiI.1UST .NOT-For each hand. valuable medicine. Yours, & ,
and laud warrants & SAFES of different makers consumed = g 0. -
:t' procuring and pensions with their contents! The Safe additional ounce, or ; ,, A. M. REED, principal Agent for Jackson T.E.EUCKMAN.
under the various pension laws of the United RECEIVED, direct from New York, aLiirgo made by Rich &. fraction of villo. To Dr. E. Poinsett.
I' I Co.defied the flames an ounce.bcyondthetenounces 0 0 0
and its
brought out
Stats. C, Assortment of Fa.hIahle Spring contcntswithout 8 .
Dress (Joods tit French Diiti.-ii mark of them Jacksonville Nor.12 IS5L
colectonl generally, embracing debts, : and American I fro upon in,this table r ,
?. and foreign rVciuhoil col',1 Ginghiims, Amcricnndo.French rat expressing to
countres. f you approbation of Indian5Loxicust
my
. FIRE IN FLETCHER AND PEARL charged. 0 g your
6. For the and sale of STS., N. YNEW :
lands in and
any of Kngli'h, Americl: Prints, CASES CURED!!! as a family medicine._I have used it
the States or Territories of the Union, and loanIng Furniture ( hintz, Fig'd and Plain Lawns YORK, Dec. 2i:), 18.31. t. gS .28 S3 with good saccefe. Yours respectfully

I, moneys on mortgage of real estate lying and Muslins J Messrs. STEARNS and MARvIN, successors to C. ft; q o o 0 Six.Mil E CREEK,FLA., Dec. 9, &1. i. SWART:
therein. Do. Jaekoacts Plain and RICH & Co., No. 146 Water Street, New r ork.- Cts. Cts.
Fig'd Swiss MusCarubrics : Ctl. Cti. Ct. Mr Poinsctt, .
'. 7. For investment of funds in United States lin?, SIRS, when the fire was consuming my place of Ono oz. or under 1 2 3 4 5 Jacksonville. Nov.17.18511Mr. -
For the benefit of the
: and State stocks and loans, collection of the dir i- and Jackoncls,plain and checked, Business, No. 216, Pearl Street, i was absent"in Ovcrloznotover2oz. 2 4. 6 .8 10 publish Im : the following have had afflicted seven you cases can oC: I l'oinsctt-This will inform you: that for

. dend thereon, and, generally for the transactionS Fig'd lierages, Silk Tisaues, very rich patterns Kensilaer County, testing a new cleaning apparatus 2" I I 3" : 6 9 12 13 Diarrhoea on plantation thi all of several years 1 have suffered much at different
:-. in connection with Excelsior Thrasher, 3 I 4" 8 12 Itf 2 my seaspn ; : times from Chronic Diarrhoea.
S oil business pertaining to a law, loan, and my [ which have been cured the of I have tried your
by use
.i banking agency. Hide mack Silk, very cheap, Marsclines and did not read the account until I was fearful i it 4.I I .., s 5 10 15 20 2.3 valuable medicine called Indian your. most Indian Loxecust, and received an entire relief )
was too late to save books which place I 5" 5' 6".. 6 12 IS 2180 : and have no to doubt its 1
.; All communications addressed, postpaid, to and 1 Florence silks, of every color, my were Yours JOILN PRICE, Jr. reason being permanent.
.t: Messrs. Palmer & Snethen. American and For- : Crapo Shawls, plain and embroidered in one of your safes, purchased from Mr. Jl/arvin 44 6 I. 7" 7 I 21 23 3 rspcfuly. Believing it to be a duty which I owe to the af'1

eign Agency, city of Wash'ngton, will receive I 1'jris Kid Gloves, lack and cul'd Lace Mits, some years airo. My fears were not allayed when 5' 7" C 8"* 8 21 32 STILL ANOTHER. flicted, 1 present you this certificate, which yon j
rip prompt and faithful Do. Silk and Lisle I found it necessary upon my return to apply the 8" I 9 9 18 2 3 4 can use as you think proper. I will, also say, .
atentin. Black Creek Fla.
Crot Water 40 hours before I 9'" 10 10 Feb. 1st, 1352. that in
r. S.VETIIEN, Jenny Liulll'ulka Gaiters, n was enabled to -5' I 2 : -0 0 conversing with many who have used your 4
W Office No.5 Carroll Place, Hill. iironio-tippcd Uootces, OIrl Gaiters, commence operations; after which it required 5-1 Dear Sir-Some time since a member of my medicine, I have not found one who did not receive I

t Ju'y3. Cupitl Single Ties, Lu-kinR, Slippers, &c. hours of Iabor an' application to raise the Salamander DIRECTIONS. family wai very ,ill, indeed, with a iarrhcea.. J I relief.. 1
la\vl. The most styles of Spring Bonnets fromits ashy bed- You may judge of my I. On every transient newspaper, unsealed circular resorted to several things usually given for the TOHNC.LEY 1

:' o General Do. Children approved\ Hats, Silk Bonnet, richly anxiety during this delay, and my agreeable surprise handbill, engraving, pamphlet, periodical, Dseas but lone of them would afford uny re- Pastor Methodist Church, J acksonTille.t t

,; ti-and- AgenC trimmed I and of the latest fashion, upon opening tho safe in the presence of a magazine, book, and every other description of lOlr Indian Loxecust. W:1 recommended Jacksonville Deo. 4th 1S51.
'.d' /. D. C. French Flowers, rich Bonnet Ribbons.Gcnllemtn't number of gentlemen, to find my books and papers printed matter the above rates must in all casesbo by several persons ; I nirfjo up my mind to try it.
, -I4 -1'bSEPII WAI.KE11 will give saved, and legible as they were previous to prepaid, according to the weight. I and am very glad I did so, as one Bottle effected Dr. E. Poinsctt-Dear Sir;rThrpe parts of a
. 'e : .and efficient attention to the BOUNTY prompt Wtar- the fire. The intense heat to which thu Safe wassubjected 2. U heuevcr any printed matter on which the'otago 0 cure. You will plcaso publish this-as sucha I Bottle of your most valuablejpedicine called Indian -
. t, .. LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers Hoots,Gaiters and Shoes, can be conjectured from the conditionof is required to be prepaid shall through I. valuable Medicine oughX to bo known to I Loxecust has entirely relieved me of a severe

-. ., ., In the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the engaged INDIAN Ready made Clothing, a splendid assortment, another safe, not a Salamander] of which an the inattention of Post otherwise bo the public. Spreifli it fnj and near in order that attack of Diarrh a. I cheerfully recommendyour .
.... : WAS in which the U. States have been some very fine. iron skeleton fraiiie only remained,and not a vestige SOIl t without prpaymnen ttho saiuo shall be charged I the afflicted may find relief. Yours &c., medicine to those similarly afflicted.
i '.! !j *r.the' War with Great Britain of 1812 engaged-to, ,' County merchants supplied The for cash, on terms of a book. They were companions in the with double the above rates. I ELIJAH BUTCH. With respect yours& .. ,

f' I lalmi on the U.States for MILITARY ; j York prices. country public same office, on the second floor, from which they 3. Bound books and parcels of printed matter, To Dr E Poinsett. TILAD. c. ANDREWS.
f solicited to call and examine Goods -
SEl'ICE are and prices. fell upon crates of eartbera ware in the cellar, the not weighing over 32 ounces, shall be deemed --- -- --'-- -
.,! aay 8CPW4BS description, PENSION of business, LOST I'ROPEKTY requiring, &0., and t I {C-At: the Brick Cash Stora. ruined safe upon tho Salamander If their'posi- mailablo matter. JACKSOJVILL E. F., August 15th, 1331. For the Afflicted.
an
Agent or L. AMERMAN..
, .; 1 ALtrDe1at Washington. For procuring Lund I tion had been reversed, not eve tho skeleton lJeriodcl published at inte.va1 not exceed. Dear Sir: This will inform you that one bottle SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes .
.w.. A Wlt charge will be $5. In other cases : would have remained. My over the insurance I ,*and sent of publication of your medicine,called I.VDIA.N I ha COUGH Ashthmatic and Consumptic; Hepatic -

.. -i. charge will be proportioned to the nature and JOSEPH GRXGE, is $1,9 yet the salvation of my books in to be to actual and bona fide subscribers .aro permanently cured two of my negroes OXECts'r.oa severe Pills! derangements of the Liver, Spleen
with tho with
charged
; ; of the your representatives ot: one half tho rates mentioned '
difficulty COM.H I attack of Dysentery. I consider it an excellent &0.; Tonic Pills and Bitters for the Dysneptic;
... will alto act in connection with Agents .or i General Commission Merchant, ,10,0 and important documents which could in the' last above table, and prepayment of a quar-,. medicine for this complaint, and take great pleasure Antalgic Pills,Ointments, and Tinctures, for the
ter
$ Attorneys ia Florida, who may bo employed in I 36 WATER ST., NEW YORK. has fully compensated mo. s postage thereon must iu all cases be required. in recommending it to the public. relief of N ephutil'; Utnrine,Rheumatic and gouty
.t! Boanty Land and other claims, on terms which .STRICT and pro/t attention given to the sale of It will afford me great pleasure to exhibit the Periodicals published at intervals- more than I Respectfully yours, pains$; Poenitetine Pills, and Mixtures,for arresting -

nay agreed npon. Letters [which should all Iroduc entrusted to his care, new safe purchased of you, and explain, its merits three months are charged with tho ful rate,which S. JJ. FERNANDEZ. speedily, (cito, tuto jecnnde,)' nencons and
'\\'b I :: post pad b] will receive immediate attention. b and all orders promptly complied with I at my present office, No.21 }'earlstreet where ]I must be prepaid. To Mr.E. Poinsett. other discharges from the urinary organs; Styptic

J It lawtf. ap29-tf_ shall remai until the 216 is NOTE.-In case there is on or in any newspaper, for uterine and other Haemorrhages; Antihy-

'. ". Yours respectfullyJosErn ,- periodical, plmphlet or other printed matter or "TIERE IS NO FAIL IN IT." dropical Ointments, Powders and Potions; for re-

:,.. DOLLNEU JOHN A. mAY, DRUGGIST, G. GILBERT. paper any manuscript of crucing dropsical swellings; Cardiacal Pills for
: It': "{" &IJOTEU. No. 154: nrouht Savannah, GR The undersigned invite country merchants and any kind by which information shall be asked for St. John's Bach, Fla., Feb. SUm,1852. diseases of the heart and purification the blood;
.:., Genera merchat atree others interested in the preservation of their books or communicated in writing, or by marks or Dear Sir-Having used your valuable Alterative Pills,for the renovatio of the constitution -
: -o Street, Corner OFFERS for sale every article in his from fire, [but particularly thoso having JUeh'ssacs < the said newspaper, periodical, pamphlet, or si.ns I. Medicine calel Indian Leecust, mos complete ; Antidysenterie Pills, for dysentery and

. i:' Up Stair, Stvr ''ore. line of business, besides- in use] to call at the depot 110 Water street. printed matter becomes subject fb letter postage- success in my famiy. 1 fool it 1 duty I owe to yon diarrh Magic tinctures and Embrocations,for
':tt:: WILL attend promptly to nil inel1 entrusted Spirit Gas, Gas Lamps, Camphino, York, to see tho interior of Mr. Gilbert' nnt, IS the duty of tho Postmaster to remove' and the public you that myself and two the speedy relief of nervous affections* especially

1. } -o"hirer. Particular attention given to the Landrcth'l Warranted Fresh Garden safo with the Look undisturbed, which he has the wrappcrs-and envelopes from all printed mat children have been cured of n severe Diarrhoea those ,of females; Disinfectant and Prophylectiu

: Lumber Timber and Turpentine; Sed kindly remain for the satisfaction ter and pamphlets not charged with letter postage, with itwhen nothing else would give us relief. Washes, (the former scctfrc'against infection, and

:: f..f" .also to the purchase of goods. &c. and gratification of tho public. for the purpose of ascertaining whether there is Publish this if you please. Yours,respectfully, the latter neutralizes by a chemical process,any
.l. .; v Liberal wrlcment made on consignments. At wholesale and retail. : Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault npon or connected with any such printed matter contagious vicus with which one chance t*
, :.,'7' ":.:.FeblY 19,182..1,. N. B. Spirit manufactured, and always fresh; ( promptly and faithfully executed. 'r I Bach package, any matter or thing ToDrEPoinsolt. CL\S.lROWN. come in contact;)Colic Syrups,for may children? Dkcutients -

: ; Sea island Cotton Gins. and (or Bale a low a can bo purchased in the STEARNS &MARVIN, would authorize or require the charge ier t for swellings, pimples, freckles &e.;

.. Northern market, for cash or approved credit. '* ", e Successors to Rich& Co. rate of postage thereon. N.K. HALL, JAtISOYIL May 6th, 1S51. Salve for sores; Unguents foe itch sealdbesd.

'!' IE.SUlSCRhh3E1t takes this opportunity 145: Water street, and corner Avenue A and St. Postmaster General. This i:to certify it is with much pleasure that I burns,&s.;Collyria,for sore eyes; Dent e ees ma
; .:, to inform the planters of Long Cot- Pekln Tea Company Warehouses, Marks- Place Nework' POST OFFICE DBPARTMEXT, Jane 14, ISM. announce to the Public that I have efFectually Collutories, for the teeth and gums;. and varioUS

!' 2..:. "tons that he gill continues the manufacture of the 70 and 22 Fulon it., New York. ;nii- the exclusive i right of Rich's Patent eared of the distressing complaint called Dug other remedies are manufactured to order on
11: latest improved ROLLEK.HOKSE GINS, dou- for of the United States, and the only tltery, by the highly recommended chemical and pathological principles'Bnitersauy
'.,::..' "*!kU and singbj-at his usual rates and is ready to 4, .THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY has maker of Salamander safes combining both patents TO Notice. Mr. j E. Poinsett. 1 had resorted to many remol-of things:, recognized by the profession, and generally kept
! : :. '-*l1aUordrsatthegortestuotjoe.r bcca established and hasalways TIE OFFICERS AND hot of avail I
.' many years commonly called Itcu'ssafes. or WJI.DEH'SSalamander SOLDIERS no ; was induced to try his very on hand at the Brick Officeifof DK..BAKEB
, :*: r. For.the reputation of the Gins,apply to the fol- maintained a high reputtionfor .fes, Improvement. SEVERAL palatable and pleasant Medicine, and to my ttsltsfactidB opposite the Court House. '

t{I..:-.J. slowing Alt or to those who have them i use i Teas of the most delicious chnr&tcr ,F b.6, 1&52.-3zn.- THE REVOLUTION. : was completely cured within a few PRICE per bottle, phial box;&0.,with directions -

Ui r AGENTS. and fragrancy, and at prices which have in ever recent Aot of Congress, officers and sol- days, have not been troubled since.with that for.their use, $1,00PRESCRIPTiONS
: Aoosta B '
;'J Voga" Cnten'lla c, Ga. instance given satisfaction. The Teas are ( (who hav 'not received) are entitled 80 much dreaded disease. ; in extenso, with medlcDes -

, ):\ I-Kw- ythewod, S.C. ranted pure, and may be returned If they'do notprove CLIOR. HOUSE.. to HOUiTY ltrs LAND r v for service of one monthor < I am happy to say other Immediate cures have ,$5,00 in hand, and from$5 to $100,according
oott .
tl J. A DVe. barlest is. C. I to be a they are represented. The Teas willows, and minor children of thoseileBeasedard come under my'own observation within' a : .
I d-! Tison Florlcil. Iol by this Company done up in 1-4.lb., 1-2 also entitled. .I'he Subscriber will days.ijl cheerfully add, my inito' to tho the cure is'completed; or,in incurable easeswheftthe
; ;: ,Fernandez, Blibee & Co., Jacksonville, E. 11*. and 1 lb. packages, making convenient a having recently opened j -undertake, at a moderate c compensation the great amount of testimony with regard &a ,relief( promised afforded.. J SpeiaIconttCUmade

t rutt:1'.1 K Des, Palatka, E.F. for country merhalt to have a Krat'nretl, 'the above House, would/:respectfully solicit claims been ValuabloMedlcjno. f am, respccfuUy, &e.,10u in chronic case!'when desIre T .
9fhoe interestedHaving employ "
: "
Savannah ?
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I. Ga with a nan outlay f pit Hotl the'patronage Of the public'. Thereare ed in eev raIyears his S Orders from s.distanc.with'money enclosed,
) 1.i v', L\alblack; &.Co., Alligator, E. F. may always b certia. thei table a at this tie some fire to six rooms unoccupied, publo wilt enable him to, afford experience To'E; Po : MUEA1NJr. will meet with prompt attention. .
: i
m i maters great settE ,
: -- Harris Eliiibethtown
o ,t" & ., Lowndes uniform cbaraLr rf/ ; which. which several of. me with fire places. The House fiwjUtie 'for LAND-AND PEN 21 Jacksonville. Dee 12. 1831. tf .
:. & are done in is within one hundred and ;, May 181
up :yards of the Post IONS'
and .
theri 18goyoretr ; ; .thre.rappr. il\y save them a deal of
., ALS0. $ ;oflead, the second wa Office and wharve. .The undersigned'f< .Agent and expense, he'great-obtains trouble Dar Sir : I/consider it to" be a mattar- 'dut SELIiING OFF OLD STOCK.
EZTKA Boxes AHO Bnvsucs can t Jiad of.the paper,and tno outside Chinese rice pa for Gen. horse and charge is made Wher letters nothing no to inform-yon that I had been laboring'. 'the"I'Ji

1ki4 nbbra"loder&rates.,. }*r ons wanting per. Hack Mail lines,both leaving for Oo&la twl'1qr attention. post-paid will receive very.violent attack-'Diarrhoea;which baffled the
and
7L! .e vi d p1ue direoUo Agent For sale at the New York prcctor cash, by ly. ,Fpr further particulars apply at the offices of prompt instructions se*., the necessary forms. 'and skill of two fhsoa, and J rendered me unable

Il.pL,4 0; S. L. the A/rent, ',*, ., tht Jacksonville. and News. C. W. I to do any. ,DutortunatJ,when about:t
I4a.U't..Mary's Georgia. 151 Brougaton It., Savannah,Ga. "'JAMES B.ASKEWPalatka -,*, BENNETT Att'y. .'give i all hope relief! hear
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Joai0 1651. Ftb.20-tf 8 Washington. C. of "IND1AN-OXECUST'J'. 'and'
;!jj4 1&16. January 182 tf. tf U
OctoberI80. lor
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