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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 16, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (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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the future. For the present, the tetter. It with your own ? -the Republican Washington and Madison oa. j 1 'l:
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It JACKSO VILLE I is an important letter ; and when once it is The most'jopukrmah irf the whole assemblage OF V/AsnciaToa, August 23U; 1852. :1

4TTORNET AND COt!)SELLOR AT LAW, put forth to the world we will never retract. seems to have been'J hn Van Bu COLUMBUS DREW,Esq., in pressing the charge of disunionwm j

BA.VIXG removed to Jacksonville his office Duval from Colombia County, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER, 1852. Acquiescence in what it denounces would be ren. Says the account published by the Jacksonville, E. F. upon Judge Broome,any reader misconceives: : '1. 'f!

t aieetfully. informs his friends that he will con- the most heretical doctrine ever promulgatedsince Enquirer : "'Ax ALLUSION TO THE 1'\1\IE DEAR SIRI-AS the election for Representative us as making any thing like a mere jxnono/ :
t '. lit die practice of his profession, as formerly.u "Thrilling Dialogue." Jon VAN BCRE or to Congress from our State is now war upon that gentleman: he wilI'.cJous. I :1
f will attend at each and every Term of the settlement of the American conti- WAS RECEIVED WITH TREMENDOUS great injustice. With Judge Broome's per : I :\;
tU Circuit Court in the several Counties of TIME, ACCCST, 1850-PLACE, JACKSOXVILLE.Major. : neitf.' [Exit suddenly.! ] CHEERS." Mr. Vaa Buren himself approaching, I think it may: be desirable for sonal character and pretensions, wt hare 1

iii' Eastern Judicial Circuit she County of afterwards made a We you and some of my friends at home to no fault to find; it is only his political attitude, J il ilas
gjaalton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme .-Doctor, I have hit the nail speech. quote
may Order No. 48. know connected
with the
at Tallahassee, and the U. s. Court at ..St.AuustiDe. from the account in the Enquirer my opinion in reference to the posi- proposition to make j j;
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Court AU business entrusted to hid care on the head, or shot awfully beyond the : tion of Mr. Cabell and whether I inclined him! the political head of the People, that!t ... .'
fjjl receive prompt, attention. mark. Under my strong impulses in fur- We copied ]last week a correspondence Mr. John Van Buren was the next am is incumbent on us to canvass, and to'this \If :.
J. P. SAXDERSOX speaker. He was received with to support him, in view of his attitude confine
Address- Jacksonville, tremendous we ourselves. For Judge Broome .1 t 4!
Honda.Jacksonville. therance of our cause, I took bold ground between Judge Randall, of Tallahassee, and cheering and towards (Jen.
fatal Cotv proceeded to a justification of Scott previous to the action of himself we entertain no unkind feelings- 1:
: Jan. 17, )gj; (). tf I at the meeting on Wednesday. That visit Gen. Scott, on the subject of Order No. 4$, the men who, with! him, were found on the the Baltimore Convention. I therefore address none at all But against Judge Broom u If

of the Governor was almost an intrusion out of which so much capital is attemptedto Buffalo platform ia 1848 and the Baltimore the the Representative and Head of a fragment i IJ t
Hclntosli
McQueen be made. We hare idea of undertaking platform ia 1852. It had been demanded of you upon subject. of a party-ultra, extreme and ..
and uncompromising
his no
upon us, more so speech and that You know 1
ATTORNEY AT LAIr concurred in the
them that they should bind themselves;; to sentiments in all its views-a moat mistakenand J ;
attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern I question put to me-nevertheless, I I an extenuation of the Order, which love that of the ,
Wei say slavery- they could! not do-they meeting at which I was appointed a dangerons fragment, as we do, from the .'

Circut tta; the*; tb United* atopreme States Court District at Tallahassee Court at St.; took boll ground. I manifested my abhorrence Judge Randall considers offensive in its detested slavery-they- would not uphold any delegate to the Baltimore Convention, ando bottom of our heart, believe and, fetl- .. :; .1;

Mj Agn( prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of I of that Compromise, and openly avow terms, and which offensiveness Gen. Scott laut to preserfi *W. an institution: -they that ..occaafopexpressed preference against him, as such, we do know that i iV liT :; ; 1
saint the Government Washington, admits. But the latter bolted. Mr. Van TSuren was satisfiedithatf my our most solemn duty to to,entreat, 1
florid ;; : ed that I preferred a dissolution of the Union even at this late day, Tor Mr. w&rn. ;:
either; before Congress or at the Departments.J..ADIS i the action of the Buffalo democrats in 1843 Fillmore as a candida foi'the Presidency and, if we can, to enlighten the people 'ofA :,,
Jackoavde Eat Florida. before it.Dodor.1ts. I Ii -has done aR that an honorable man could secured the election of the Whig candidate. ; but after the nomination of General this State. Union men t>f FtotkJai-r-vrt! ; ,.

:1ar.ls:5o: tf i the right ground Major; it's do in !such' a case-has expressed his: regretat -They accepted the Baltimore platform of Scott, and his acceptance of the platformlaid care not what else you call yourselves It J

JOHN ERSK1XE, in keeping with the whole tenor of our patty I the injustice, and stated that it was committed 52, because that platform only demanded of down by Southern men, and agreed to to you we appeal, against the proposition to "J
I II them that they should pot the place Judge Broome, and the fragment of .. :
(LATE OF QUINCY, CADSDEN COl'NTT,) I sentiment: here and will be sustained. upon false representations.We agitate ques- the North I a
you lof slaoer-He was of the opinion that by was quite willing to ratify : party which he represeatsand leads.at the< .4 t':'
Attorney at Law, j The Democracy is dead against the Compromise make our appeal to the Whig vQtersof I there was nothing inconsistent in his present the nomination and determined to support I head of this State. Are you willing to do .1'l i

H located In Jacksonville, and attend} the and we have been dealing ponderous j Florida, in connection with this Order, on osition. He was willing to stand by the it. Mr. Cabell, from his over-earnestness it,,1: In the light of the past: and ia the possi- '* c ::,0

Circuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern blows I" grounds foreign to the offensiveness, falsity, provisions( of the Conctitution-all of its in ble future, we might well ask, are you not .
Middle Judicial Circuit. tie Supreme Conrt upon the Whig party of this county i behalf of the South;and in the absence of )
and I provisions. He believed it true that the Constitution afraid to do it? If you are not, we tell f ;.
yon
and the United: =State* District I truth of of its We ask them ;
Mate
I f the tile Northern District of Florida.: Court I for their infamous, their outrageous; Gravelly ,, or any teims. secured the right to recover runaway any written avowals of opinion from Gen.Sco'tt as an honest man you ought to be ,.i.,

: for Hit time it devoted exclusively to the Lt!:alprofcsno Hill Resolutions. We've made it a point to II J I if they are Whigs from principle-if ,they slaves, and we must all live up to it, on the questions of the Compromise In! the canvass of 1850, when we urged a 41 1 .:if

\ /*. I j! are National Whigs-willing to the or the Constitution at end if it similar position of Major Beard as a
attack them through our press here, and i iLave support I : an ; wasa measures, committed himself so far in his reason e ..;
I I performed in a Constitutional manner. If in Congress, we did it, feeling well that ? ";l4
Gravelly Hill Resolutions the embodiment of its broad principles} without himself unable to come out in his ... '
readily Beard
anticipated
OSCAR HART, i! I Washington and Jay and such men made a Major in that matter was by no
i 2 .I7TORNEYATLAW. ( Comlromise-they actually praised it be regard to considerations personal to the man? bargain, he should believe it a fair one, support, after his nomination although some I means so culpable as his advisers. He was ; 'i

I 0ee upon the Second floor t the Court-house, I forehand-positively bU for a surrender of If they can with propriety refuse to support though Abby Folsom and her crew should of his friends, among them myself thoughthe : a man without experience in politics a re- '' j .:.:;l .,
: I denounce it"as the fined, intellectual gentleman, of much mod. ..
Forsyth strctt. : Southern rights. I'm glad leaders and Scott on account of this Order'so could they contrary.In could have done so honorably to himself .
our (
I WILL practice in the several counties of the speaking on another point he said that : sty and real worth-naturally conservative ''r.
Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the ,' speakers: all over the Slate are determined to : refuse to support their State or county candidates free discussion, when any thing\'aluablevas -the position taken by Gen. Scott having in his tone; and that he took that position 1: :J'

collection MJiUry: ferriecs ofcLums. aud aa.iu.t: fur Horse the United lo--t.States or other f.ir resist it to the last extremity-to the bitter "! ; from a belief of any offensive remark to be done, was a blessing, but when circum* been so different from that which it was we believed then, as we believed now, was, !;

property!! lost; destroyed by troops in said service.; end. I hear Judge Broome Las laken 'the t imputed to them in times past. It is not the stances required that it should cease awhile, feared would be assumed by him. However, owing to bad ad visers. Butha'ringtakenit, ;.; ;

Also, tUiins fur j.oiiiiuns of dibbled 'Idiers,orbeidoian1 ,' stamp boldly in the Middle-and he is man they are called on to support, but the and it did not, it. was an evil, and in this Mr. Cabell thought it would be more consis- he was no less justly responsible for it to the / 0
of l> ed si.Miers. !
oq.hans < < eca! i I respect the"DenicicratiqJarlj' had ever done people. r ...
Also,claims for bounty bind to officers and soldiers '' launching forth fiery invectives upon it; iI candidate-the standard-bearer of the Amer- its duty. tent and proper for him to be quiescent in No such considerations: however, can be i *i i'
aud the widows and of qjeceae1 of-
!cers and soldiers. orj'hiins | any: thing he goes a little ahead of you I ican Whig party-the representative of the In the passage which we have italicised, the premises. The question then arose, urged in extenuation of Judge Broome. He, '
will his attention i of the and the other could Florida on the contrary, stepped oat from the walk 'j"
to
Also give conveyancing, Major, and you are pretty strong, and today principle: Comproini, John Van Buren proclaims that he and those Whigs support Mr. Cabell, J. 1 ;
examin- titles and of life this
to record:?:, and actcrtaiuing t private to take position before -
of beneficent of which and the
measures legislation at time suaiain: the
claims to lands. have come right to the sticking point. who same national ,
: up j acted with him detested slavery, would the people, and to urge resistance and dis- ..
: All lusietss entrusted to him will meet with Major.-Now don't the name of WHIG is the synonyme and Whig nominations ? After interviews with I union, for the .
I prompt ittciiUon; and all in ir31 be executed by him with teatncsa and de- think I've gone a little too far ? symbol,,* ution, and therefore they bolted the platform him, and discovering him to be true to Whig He was volunteer, although first officer 4 .Jil1

I gpikh. I Doctor.-Not a bit the will Let not the Whigs: of Florida forget thatit t principles, and above all, true to tILe South,and. in the contest; and well do we remember the 'J _'tt :
JacLsonvnie. Jan. 2.j. IS:)). tf I Ii j ; Democracy : of 48, but could with perfect consistency >bitterness that fight. It is passed! and'' .
this old of the "4Sth Order"that how fa j
knowing he had !:
was juggle striven
to i
sustain .
jbfully
S. you..lLIajor.I've upport the platform of 1852, because it now, the effort is to extenuate, instead ol :! :.4::.
Baker H? D.
i Joseph j I enabled David Levy to his to obtain for the South admissions and
; just let right outthere'sno pave way : only demanded of them that they would not conces- attack. But Jet no freeman of this State o. .t.t.:

FLtCTITIONEIIOF AXD SURGERY.MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY | getting round what I said-I do prefer a the position Representative in 1845whichhe :agilate the subject of slavery. And what sions from the North due to us. and know- deceive himself into the belief that the mis 4 & '

I waived as soon as conferred because a ing too how valuable he is to Florida thiefs of such a fight are all remedied by ... 4,i
I the Market and For i dissolution to the of tie Clay COnl- as
Office on corner of : !Jf.i ] passage I he understand by the extent of this demand victory. Far from it. Let 'any man who ..
Streets, opposite the Court House. I J promise.Doctor.. Democratic Legislature was ready to give !. her Representative, as well from his laborious 'i
in regard even to this agitation, we may I entertains such a notion read that great : : ,I
'
( Cct.16. the times are ripe for such a sentiment. people had chosen him. The Order No. 43 graph, in which he says that free discussioi respected position he occupies in the Houseof ngton's Farewell Address! Hear these, ] ;j, 1"

;, J HcRobei! Baker, Major.-Had I better try to explain the was one of Mr. Levy's stepping-stones into is a blessing when any thing valuable is tobe Representatives concluded he deserved words"It :is of infinite moment that should .f .j.:!
you 1 "t
ATLAIF
4TTORXEY5COUXSELLOR Siates Let the the commendation and of his
I the United Senate. !
admission reiterate it Or.e people support .
JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. I away, or or the > done but to be deprecated when circumstances properly estimate the immense value ot, i. ;i

A M Comi&i&ioner of Deeds for the following other will have to be done; for the gossip- remember this, and not be juggled out of a require that it should cease AWHILE. State; and while I regretted his attitude toward your Pition union t yoar collective! and ,

'::,tates of the Uninn : pers are bruiting about the streets what I legitimate Whig triumph, which is within John has only enlisted iorforth'is campaign Scott, yet, being satisfied that he i happiness; that you should eher-, ..;:
Maine, Delaware. Georgia, their reach at the time. Surely if ; was conscientious, I respected his firmness ish a cordial, habitual and immovable at '
.
present
will
said and it into the
Vermont, Maryland, Alabama.. get papers. for this time! His rigmarole about supporting : it accustoming yourselves to '
Massacbatetts, Yjr illia. MissiSfcipp. I Doctor.-I tell you, man, don't change. the language of Scott was ts\e visited upon the Constitution, in such a connection as and shall do all in my power to have him achment.t speak; of it as of the palladium 1
Mev York, North Carolina, Ttiaj.Pennsvlvania o.
South Carlllina.t I i [Major looks very hard at the Doctor.] the Whig party, the retributiDn: in the election ] bis,' is ah Insult to-common sense. re-elected. your political safety and .

t "312tf Don't change. Reiterate :your assertion. of David Levy in 1845 was enoughthe It is somewhat amusing to find even John I confess,' it was for & time difficultfor eg for its preservation \propety.w ; ,t

i, li. M.ATTORNEY. JJEAU:' \I 'Iajor.-I have drawn a rough draft of a I voters of 1852 should rally for theit Van Buren, reeking all over with free-Soil me to reconcile my mind to support Mr. discountenancing whatvr in may suggest
even a suspicion event
can
HAS removed to Jatkon! AT%'ille,LA Florida 11'. and !i letter to the public, which I will read to you. party and principles! numbering the Order abominations, taking a fling at Seward. Cabell in the position he took, but the more be abandoned; tht indignantly, any irowniog, ;.,

will practice, in the Eastern and Southern Circuit -, [Reads:] No. 48"1 among the by-gones"1 of the past. In reference to Seward's opposition, he I have reflected upon his valuable services, upon the first dawning of every attempt t : !

*, the Supreme: Court of the Mat*, and in To the Public. The great measures Whigs have struggledfor stated that there was no fear of him, for he I and observed how much he is respected in alenat any portion of our country fr ; :

cffTorida.the U. S. District Court for the Feb.Northern 19, Iri3i-tf.District: I In the Florida Republican" of the 15tb and won are too sacred to be thrown I was and had been fatal to every cause he II Congress for his business talents, as also rest, or to enfeeble the sacred ties which o rit!

inst. I wirh the declaration thatI undertook whether civil or criminal, and ifj from the eminent now link together the various ,
I am charged; away for the words of a piece of paper, dictated and sound position he has p ,. i -
HOPKINS & BUAIIA3I:: the anti-slavery cause or :Scott' cance was In another he to '
WOULD PREFER A DISSOLUTION OF THE j.
I' taken: for the South place says
on a bed of sickness, in a military my feelings have become -
uisted his hands he would ruin them." I
Attorney"* at Law, UMOX TO THE PASSAGE OF THE LATE :BILL, : to mere speculations the continuance of. ; ::
OFFICE at PAL.ATKA. Fla., NOW XO MORE WHICH WAS MISNAMED THE camp, amid the harassments of service Perhaps John thinks that he or his ingenious : more than ever enlisted in his favor, the Union is criminal. i :111 :

\TILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business I "COMPROMISE BILL." again'St savages Measure, not Men," sire could manage the anti-slavery cause and I hope the friends of Scott and Graham, Now, it is perhaps not impossible that thereat 5 'i,ti

entnuted to their care will be promptly attended j I'' I ACKNOWLEDGE THE DECLARA- should be the motto of the Whig; party. more s1JCccffulIy. They have at all events and of E. Carrington Cabell, will be found mind of Washington, which for sagacity : j
to. February 19, 1332tf: : |' T10N, AND SHALL PLEAD JUSTIFI- tried their hands at it, and it is only when pulling together. should \'a unrivalled, did contemplate: some Pt 5J; 11
{CJ-Sa'l"Mnah:: Republican pleasepublish tf., aud |i CATION. I ': they !see' it losing ground, that, with charac- Whigs remem- barely contingency in which the ., :
encHheir bill to this offit.e.OSSL&N .___ i i :;iitif1caiit" Again.A of ber that if Cabell is defeated, they will not Union pble to continue although =.J':n
teristic pliancy principle, they prepare to h 9
B. HART, I -Doctor.Major, don't read any celebration by the Pierce Democracy: desert the sinking ship. have a political friend, nor so good a bust.. so strongly entreats the people to disvnt ; : '

ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1 more for the present ; but let me have the Hillsboro' New ness man in his place, and they ought not, nance even a suspicion that it ,rn any tf i
held Hampshire on
was at fii-; "
I be abandoned. do
letter to carefully that first is Finality.: event, This we knows : .
KEYVEST, FLA., i peruse ; part to use the old saying, 'cut of the nose to .
is heralded
the 19th August, which as a however, he looked upon disunion as 7ij4
i
Practice in the Vnited States and State Courts language, but on such an important tht
pretty: strong pile the face !l"
,
We invite the attention of the reader the last
of the Southern District of Florida. i Grand Rally\ at the Birlh-pace! of Gen. : to greatest plitica catophe- :
_July 10-tf__ occasion I should like to have an Pierce." It will be remembered that the dayis the annexed extract from the N. Y. Evening Cabell can be easily elected if his old catastrophe whith interests ;; :!
j jJAHES j examination of it before it appears in our Post, one of the leadieg Northern advocatesof friends will adhere to him, and in a common ruin! He was never one j :
supporting
DI. BAKER, !j i the anniversary of Gen. Pierce's battles! the election of Gen., Pierce.! It will be 01 those who set that the South can J ;
I I I East Florida organ, and if you leave the him will strengthen Scott and Graham. up le '.j l
The meeting was addressed by John Van of the Union in it ..
ATTORSET AT LAW I letter with me I will take counsel with our perceived that the Post scouts the idea of a along a welfttot a ad .
Alli-rotar, Columbia Co., E o,f Florida.nTw I Buren Senator Dix, of New York, Governor .. fina.ity": of slavefy discussion.: The Post The late -movements" are subsiding favorable who preach disunion as a reyo this !hand
---- other friends, and if it appears in the Kttc$ of Connecticut avowed sa)s: to Scott and Graham and the pros- that particular instance !i :

f H i T s n i TH after you Lave ]left, you may rely upon it it Seymour, "There is every prospect, not of a renewal pects of their election are becoming more qual, or alleged unconstitutional legislation. 1'.:
I
t ATTORNEYS AT L.;W. meets with the entire approbation of the : Free.Sailers-and Col.! Clemens, of Alabama. for that is not the true term but of slue day. The idea that the Democratic He had such a horror of itthat be did not want, .. tt l lit
!t Alligator, Columbia ., East rllriJa. I $Q.Gen Pierce presideil. SQ Our the continuance of the discussion, as long as every even named. He looked at the suggestion P
i -- party. : the party are all united is a great humbug! of that the Union could abandoned !
readers Lave a very fair idea of what John any attempts are male to enforce fugitive a suspicion b J 1
: JOHN C. HATE E Y, 'IItljor.-Well, I leave it with my friends.I Van Buren "expects" by his alliance with slave law. The discussion seems, tor That they acquiesce is true, but there is no a a thing in itself to b 4iun J ":

AT T O II IS E Y AT LA W have no fears of having to exclaim, "Save the time, to have been silenced elsewhere. enthusiasm,and be assured that among the nanced frovned vpon H .'i/a
the Democratic party, from the extracts from into the did not want to hear the word-much
: them." The of Every pursuit of a black fugitive :
from
OFFICE DLOUNTS FERRY, me very contemplation friends of the disappointed candidates viz: 1
I his speeches which we have published. The Free States rekindles the controversy in all to admit possibility of the event of dis ;1
COLUMBIA COUNTT: : the sentiment I uttered makes hotter Buchanan -
me wax
I Richmond Enquirer devotes nearly three columns its original heat, and nothing but the absolute Cass, Marcy, Stockton, Butler union. c4.,

frill practice ia the Jistrict.se.t.1I. Courts. of iJte Eastern I and hotter; and I know if it is published I !: to an account of the Hillsboro1 proceedings desuetude of that law will quiet public Houston, Lane, Linn Boyd, Dickinson, In the light of that' great document a i J

tf. without a word of protest from any of the I from which the Richmond Republican opinion on that point. Of the two millionsof Allen and "Young Democracy" Douglass, its counsel to the count will any I ::..4 i
in
I (party, it will become the settled policy of_ persons who have read Uncle Tom's there are not a few who secretly desire tl, seriously tell us canT wh t
takes and thus comments on the accompanying Cabin," we suppose that there ia not one, disunion is even rebuked, i not itl a t :
Edmund
Whitney, the party in the State-indeed, one of the in the defeat of Pierce and King. That party i1eviH
extracts. who has not in some way mingle; '
X aarcr Commissioned and lnopector and legally of qnalified Lumber ai for I planks of its platform. It will be an heirloom We are happy that one of the Richmond discussion within the last few mouths." were never before so' disappointed by any Hear, also, what Madison wrote under the i, : i

Duval County. for the party in future times; they can Again : political move, and they are now satisfied it most solemn circumstances.: The min of f
Mty be desired Democratic organs has given these proceedings that revered statesman was often by t
found, when his services are on ;
I point to it as the true measure of our re- For our own we do not mean to re- was not a strong and politic one, rejectingas j
inquiry at the Republican office.June1 to the world because when its readers part the extremes to which the State Rights doctrines
) bin s.stance" in 1850. I can fancy our candidates -I 0 0 _. rnn\-r__ ..\.__> any_nJ tprminatinn._,nn.__.____ tfl___ the._n dkcnssioi-- of they did the first talent of their party for of his Virginia of 17V& l'r! t.
such in its columns as the Rsluton
BOSTON k GUNBY referring to it with pride ;and pleasurein see paragraphs the questions incident to slavery as long as at most a gentleman of merely respectable were by some ad* ; ;
11 following extract from the speech of Col. j there is anything left to discuss. We shall pue tirprofe :
will have nothing as
future elections. They capacity.In many years a
COTTON FACTORS Clemens, they cannot console themselveswith treat the subject with the same freedom, the 1830. we think, he protested against the } I
ANnGEfERAL to take back." .The same sentiment is earnestness and the same decision, regard to Scott, I am well aware of, -
COMMJSION MKRCIIAVTS.Corner I the idea that it Is a "Whig lie." The same doctrines tending to '!diunon which, were
uttered and endorsed in effect in other parteof whenever it fairly comes before us, that we and to degree participated in, the feeling ? resolutions. '
Bat atd JEff rw" Stretlt, attempted fC
italics our own : t b dea
SA\LXXAf1, t\. the State, and I say again if our party are have always done ; allowing no considera- against him, arising from matters in oar own But a fnl e recor against*disunion & ; '; ; t
It was asain charged that Gen. Pierce was tions of that cowardly ) J
JOHN BOSTON. JOHN H. ct' nY. carry it through this election without a pro- party policy- system State, but when I consider his great superiority and all prop it underwhatever : ;
,. October 30. IbSl. tf. an abolitionist. (Prolonged and boisterous which degrades and emasculates the ,journalism auspices, the last thatgreat t
-- test, it will etand on the record as one of This over Pierce in every respect I would i I
laughter.! ) charge you may laugh at of the day-to impose upon us even a man is said ta hare penned was the ,
: E. 31. MOORE, & CO. our glorious principles, bequeathed to the here, but it is not intended for this market ; temporary silence." support him were their political opinions the following:, which his executor found sealed ; :.' : >

GENERAL party as their inheritance when I have retired -I i we at the South will hear of it from every We may see from the above the construe- same, But when I am assured, (say what up and addressed alolo"s- 4 '
COHHISSION MERCHANTS AND stump, will read it In every nctvspapcr.:: The tion which is the Democratl platform -
friend. put upon will the that in his heart "Advice to'my' :
Good old he Country.
FACTORS, to private life. bye, charge is founded on the fact that Pierce is by the Nothern friends of Gen. Pierce. to contrary,) i

. .' (SmetU new Warehouse' ,) Our politics has tallied in other daj-s-and I I j I reported to hav *- said at some time or some The Post and its allies are determined to "rail Franklin Pierce loathes that constitutional "As thi avice i it ever lee the-light; 4

; 219 Bay-Street, Savannan, Ga. entrust this legacy to your keeping, and place or other that he loathed slavery.1' .1. on" so long as there is a subject to rail guard to'' our institutions which has been will unt. a no more; it maylmconsidered J b il J j
'Ii from the tomb -where
- Now the South don't ask. ,
at
E. M. MOORE. M.IIA 111:15. hall take i its appearance as an indication love slavery-we we giee; them liberty any to loathe body to it about. given to the South to compromise and settle truth alone a can be icspected, and the nappi- j :p n
Oct. 23 W51.
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__ tf. that its sentiments are acquiesced !in. Fare- as much as they plea>>e.-U'e, only ask that PIERCE AND REPEAL OF FUGITIVE SLAVE the vexed question so- long: agitating the ness of man alone' consulted; ItiIf'b j : ;

LOUD i CO., \t"ell. I am in haste to go. [Exit Major.] our constitutional rights shall be respected. LAW,-The Berlin (Wisconsin) Mercury, 'a confederacy, and when_ 1 know he .is decidedly entte therefore, to whatever weighk"ean J t

Factor and Comml. ..lon Merchants, Doctor. -[Solus.] Let me seeThe ([Prolonged applause.) paper in full recognized*communion: with opposed in every form to Internal Improvements from"gdd "intentions,' 'af rI

8AVA511..IIOEORGIA., There i is something significant in the the democracy of the State, says as regardsthe I do.not .hesitate instant the exp hd"h'hi Ig:
No. 118, J. Day Street. Florida. Republican [Reads on.] I adhere to sentence election of Gen. Pierce for the'purpose one Country in various sttO" "through .pe- :

Strict attention will--be-given to the al. of Cot the declaration"With ,great gravity in italics.: :Col. Clemens, refers speCifically of repealing the fugitive slave law: to whom ,I should give my support. What' riod. of forty years; \ho espoused in 'his ;U'

ton,or other produce,and liberal a4\"a.ucva made ]-This is an important letter! But it to the charge that Pierce said be "Thafuitivesave"IaW! is the law"of the would Florida gain with Pierce as oar youth, and adhered through his lifey to th6 i. t I Icu

\ when JOHVc.Jeired. LOUD. T H.LOUD. most come to this I am confident the. "loathed. slavery" and does not deny it. land, and in full force. It is'to'be deplored, President,should he carry out in his. administration i m.tUibry, and-ho'b born which* 4part ;:j [

Jan.2 Isi2.: Jy. Union will be dissolved. It can hardly exist Instead of denying it, he says vie give them andi1istOt'erepealed.! But how? By electing ; ; his own views of Political'econo will constitute'epochs of its destiny / 1

six months longer. I know of DO circumstance -. (anybody) liberty loa.tMz4 tTllU much astlzeg Fierce and Kingt Will not';Wisconsin faithfuland !my? Nothing,positively: nothing! ;,while tie*, '-' "-Tke advice nearest to my heart and deej* f

S Watchmaker 0. D. and OAK Jeweller, that would induce me to unite pleased Does not this amount to a PleaofJJty prove able true champions to,herself in I ,the Has ball8zhf.the she :not. nation -, Scott being advocate' of' those plans best rest in tny'convictions is, that '.tie 'UitVM ciTUiSTATES6CGI4TZ3hLIaflJ :Lt:

it by this Southern advocate, and an 'and.WaI.k adapted to the development of all the valuable .. / perpetaaUd.LrrTtfE"bpES ;':
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., to pave, except place once more in power Has'she'not placed Doflge ? KSBIY TO BK ;
;\ Would respectfully inform the public that the national American Democracy. If we attempt at justification.People er in the Senate, and Doty and Durkee in resources of the 'country, would of i5A-AtDoLTTn( : Bta3OX"oflND5'1XDTHZ r UiE.

he haa taken the chop. on Bay street, for- could only find a man who coulJat tbYnert 'of'the South, '-while Clemens is the House' of Representatives.! Ana ho.dol2bthell if their course,benefit'our'5tafe..which b. so muchto DISGUISED_OSE,AS THE SXJUPXKT CRCXP it'
IDe oeenpicd bv WiUUta Grclhe, where he it integrity and patriotism .
prepared U execute all work entrusted to hL.care Presidential election unite all its rarious perfectly right,'when be says that you.don't seats'become vacant'during the Presidential .be":.brought. __forth_ J of great_: value H -.to? ,herself 150-WH HIS DIADLT WILES EITO pJU" ;2

with devpitch tad in workmanlike manner elements,'that might be done; Bet that man' asfc: any body to lore slavery,and while you' term, of*Pierce -and' King'tare; not andia1onbatwhicl.sbki' ." unable, :to UJA.MESMADISON. I: ,
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tl '
., &pI bat : hot the..liberty of- Hampshire equally:aVrti and able to fill themt There do.iionel. Such was )helight inMeli..teat:
', cannot be Cass! We have1 tried CassJ do deny ".. T",_/ .:. .. Madison t the eorerf'or petf mdroeateof.disunioo. -

: Of JOB PUIKTISQ we bare been unable to reconcile his ollbt- men to loathe'it,wilj you notia self respect, is ccmbc oo fiRalfty until'to LhejTugiUve'slaVfe if !longer a law.I law; there The .; ._have.., _i extended.. ILV *, .,,'this,--,..letter, !.-.. farther J -' ")than 'J- regarded.. :NeitherWashingtoa (no
none J
every, description, in Black Blue-Carmuie" ful declarations to the country; All that eMfcise'your-Uberty toJ loathe Pthos who of f no' t and intended.. .-. .;. "" would have voted to eteynt tat
: iiberty :'speech'cannot >e ,
>- -. .:'a' d other colon, : suppressed ;''''' t. Man ; '
s 0., could'hare teen done-for him Vas'done? in loathe yoa and iyourSnstUutiaoa'and; ,confer that, ludeaiu laID'tcJI.hofcscape debate un1i; ., '"Y>...._rS,.RsectfuIly&d.,_. !.. ".. a, State,: man .
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"' ,** F. V. ED. ; ,"'L.T ; : whose inter. :;"T;" 'or l /t J;flJ/an '., '. fAi ;I' ""t'V-BRYAN't.' : ., who ha4eretstoo4as9&&rQal&ajolo| ,
;rJfloFFlcE. the Address fof1he.EasterDI Commit jxmr :y uTfflOri 1IlIoA'ithosel Mrep, ." ,;:"':tr:... ,f fj.\: ... ; .j. a.1 ,, "'...- 5.." 1.'U.! .:'' ';; .' .
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* .* gist or prekrrrr of 1>ilt'liun-not NEVER! 'I tion. That his Mexican. campaign, from the as much anxiety to enroll Whtgt in the ranksas how much more economical it bas ben, it ty ;" and a prominent member of that committee Creek, and 3 for Mandarin report

* '.-' It is impossible to express, in clearer orfV '| first ,gun: of Vera Cruz to the fall of the capitol there was a few weeks back. urge the additional and important fact ,that who was thus fulsome towards the unanimously concurred in; was
", 0. Itrongef lan< The Col. I. D.
:--i ty of disapprobation! with which they re- record. Its lustre was dimmed! by'some blem. partyon breaking up, unanimously he enormously increased expenses which Doughface candidate, now presses by HART, the Con.

.: ? gardrd him. "Pandora.with her box opened," j I.. i i'hes-about which I would now speak- gave; (three cheers for Capt. BARBEE-tbough have been unavoidably incurred, and which e qually as honied words, and abuses Scott rention then proceeded to ballot for one of

i.:4* to wbicb allusion is made by Mr. Madison, 1 but that when the history of his victorious several of the Captain's friends bad retired still continue, in consequence of the large Verily, he ought to be believed. the candidates to represent the Connty fo

,.:;.4 was the fabled fir woman of Heathen myi march, from the seaboard to the National efore the tender of this deeply affecting acquisitions of new Territories. It is not the next General Assembly of the
::1;; thology? whom Jupiter, in anger, sent a ]Palace, shall be faithfully detailed, and lomplimcnt. possible to come at the exact amount of Scott's Generals, after deciding that a majority Slate-
_;" tt box containing all the woes which afflict the ]popularized, it \\'ill.treatly/ add to the high hese increased expenses but we will state rote should h
*r" f human race. Pandora opened it ami they I military fame he at present enjoys, not only P. S.-Since writing-the above, a handbill that the army is now one-half larger than it It is said to be a facttliat every General required to effect a nomination.
}\ seaped.to curse and blight mankind. So i in America but abroad. was before the Mexican war; that the pay officer wbo served under Scott in the Mexi- Dr. ABEL S. BALDWIN, of Jackson
..k"V, did disunion and its advocates appear to Mr. I The conversation was casual and desultory. -! manifesto has appeared fromjthe "regulars," of that portion of it on the Pacific coast has can war, is opposed to his election for the ville, having received a

;"*. Madison-IQtftatdisunion which Judge i I have merely endeavored to present ustifying j the first nominations, and appeal-eeii doubled by Congress; and that the expense 'residency-believing; that be does not possess votes cast on the let ballot majority of all
* i Broome preferred to the. Compromise meas- my share in it correctly. I It i is known that l ng to Democratic voters to support them. of maintaining troops there, as well : the civil qualifications necessary for was, on motioj
*** urea! i in private conversation,' 1 am in the habit of is in the interior of Texas and New Mexico i hat high and responsible station. Wool,, by F. C. BARRETT, declared unanimously

Floridianflttha.tner we do or undo in the
.. temporary political struggles which engage i regard to political consequences.. Who is Guilty of itl obliged,: to be quartered, is three, four, and Lane, Patterson, Persifer Smith, Cadwalla- On motion by URIAH BOWDEN .
as, let us at least see that the foundations of Very respectfully,yours five-fold what it was at the stations occupied der, Marshall, Shields, all are found in the :, Esq., a,
Documentary Proof to chow that Kir. ranks of the of the nominee Convention then proceeded to ballot
Whig for
"JOHNA.QWTMAN.
V our government "still eland strong. Fillmore expended Five Million legs by it previous to the Mexican war.- opponents thl
r Whether Pierce did or not make the New In one year than Mr.Polk, leaving oat The increased expenditures in the War Department and if the lamented Worth and Hamer second candidate for the General Assembly.
. Boston speech-whether Scott is or is !not Kir. Polk' Mexican War Debt, and under the above head over those were living they would be found among the Gen. EDWARD HOPHXS of St. Johns

.. '. under the influence of Seward, may be im- FL HInA REH1UL other unusual cxpenes.WHIGS !of 1846, as shown by the Treasury Report, number. Does not the fact speak volumes precinct, receiving a majority of all Bar
; portant questious; but Pierce, Scott, Seward, i is $4,556,709.75.The against Gen. Scott's fitness for the highest thi
HAVING TO PAY DEMOCRATIC votes cast on the 1st ballot
civil office the \\"orld1-1J1obile was,
in Register. on
Broome,and all of us will soon pass! from WAR naval force has also, in consequenceof motion
DEBTS OUT
'. > the atage of action. Not so with the record JACKSONVILLE: PEOPLE'S MONEY OF THE these accessions of territory, been considerably The same person who sends us the paper by J. E. TOWNSEND, Esq., declared onanJ.

1 of Florida's approval of J udge Broome, if she augmented, and! that portion which is with the paragraph: marked in reference to mously nominated.The .
makes it! That and its influence will outlive Thursday, September 16 1852. Some person whose eye ha fallen upon now kept on the Pacific station can only be Convention having resolved
,
the of Gen. itself
;. us and go to make up our political legacy to one of the false charges against the Whig maintained there at a vastly greater ex "Whig extravagance" Taylor into
a mass meeting after
'.. those who follow after. Some men think party now so plenteous in the columns of pense.if : and Mr. Fillmore's administration, marks remarks from Messrs.

* ..: lightly of a vote, and it may be of small Whig National Nominations.FOR truth-loving Democratic presses, sends us to these items should be nddfd the expenses i also the above paragraph for our notice, BARRETT and DREW, in favor of a firm i4h.

consequence on small occasions. But it of the Civil Governments of the new and asterisk the of ence to and support of all the regularly!
':* ;.' will be no small occasion when you shall be PRESIDENT: through the post office a copy of the Macon Territories and the whole increased expenses places an at names inated candidates of tbe the

::: called three weeks hence to express at the Telegraph, with the following U kal'lalion," under all the foregoing and other heads in "Scott's Generals," adding at the bottom the party, members

V ..'$: ballot box your approbation or disapprobation WMFIELD SCOTT.FOR surrounded with a pen mark, requesting consequence of the accession of those Territories with his pen the words uall Democrats Convention and the concourse of spirited

of the course of Judge Broome upon that we comment on it : they cannot probably be estimatedat Yes, they are "all Democrats," which is Whigs assembled on the occasion,proceeded
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. *;? the Union of the States. In the light of the VICE PRESIDENT : less than TWO MILLION: of dollars: which "comment" on motion by Col. HART, to dispose of the
The Whig Administration of Gen. Taylor enough on the announcement,
:
. z counsels of Washington and Madison, we and Mr. Fillmore has cost the country, in time with the additional expenditure of the War "Barbacued" refreshments which had been
but it l be added
'f-" ask to ponder it well. 'V M. A. GRAHAM. would in round! number make ought to as further comment,
.. you profound peace with aU the world and the rest Department, supplied! for the occasion iu bountiful
. ... ..... 5T mankind and without the spending of a dollar $6,500,000 as increased permanent expenditures that Quitman, one of "Scott's Generals"named prolu
'V. General Quitmaii's Position. for internal improvement the enormous sum of on account of the new Territories, be- in the extract, has written sion.
lately a
-- FOR ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA. $55,442,431 00 per annum Jut look at it. ThelIum :,
sides the interest of the War debt. After which the
ii letter himself Convention re-assemblej
/J The subjoined letter, communicating Gen- expressing in the b-ghest terms
. ', .. J F. SANDERSON of Duval Oo $4,620,206 75 per month. We have seen estimates carr'inthe/ and listened to spirited addresses
.ral Quitmaii's version of the conversation:; of admiration of Gen. Scott, and has brought fromMessn.
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1,066,201 53J week. whole additional of the Govern.
which has been relied for an exposition T. RANDALL of Leon Co. per expenses SMITH and BAKER.
V. upon 152,314501 per day. meat in consequence of the acquisition of the down upon himself, for his candor, considerable -
of his views deserves a ciiculatiou coextensive 6,347 43| hour. Three
vociferous cheers
J. J. FINLEY of Jackson Co. per Territories : were given
millions for
: with that of the Democratic slanders 103 77i per minute. new as high as nine oldollar's of thewrath" of Democracy in
*. 1 76$ per lecond. and the one we now make .is certainly the nomineess-when on motion by Mr.J.
: of Gen. Scott. It is the spontaneous expression I Mississippi, as we perceive by our late ex
:,' '. FOR CONGRESS. Nearly two dollars spent tt ticking of within the actual amount, and wouldbe B. WEBB, the Convention adjourned sint
of tbe opinions of an able. and we be- I every changes. The reader will find Gen. Quit- II;'.
the clock That is than half if the for the
* more money a dozen I more so appropriations new
.:. line honest, though mistaken Democrat, and EDWARD C. CABELL.FOR I men could could connt, (if it were all in dollars,]) custom-houses' hospitals: mints, lighthouses mans letter in another place. MILES PRICE, President.F. .
should silence the batteries of Demo. .
hours CLAY
Farmer BARRETT
ten
V pop-gu working a day. *, what do you Secretary.
docks, &c. in California included!
crats that are without a tithe of his dietincj think of it 1 If you wish the extravagant expen.: dry were ,
. V tion or integrity : GOVERNOR. diture continued, vote for ::::Cotto a* those: items will count by millions of dol! Meeting of Jacksonville Whigs Correspondence of the Republican. '
V The expenditures during Mr. 1-olk's adminis -
"A CARD. GEORGE T. WARD.. tration, in time of war. were $43,897,91b': 51 t lars.The final statement of the account would At a meeting of the Whigs; of Jackson TALLAHASSEE Aug. 23, 1352.

".')* MONMOCTH, July 23, 1352. nearly per annum.one-third The more.Whigs expend in lime of peace then stand! as follows: ville! precinct at the New Court House, on Editor of? the Republican

. .; 6c To Major Edward, FOR ASSEMBLYMEN. To the bottom of which our communicator Total expenditures for the years the evening of the 8ih inst., GEORGE H DEAA SIR' : Undefetandlng: that a large
._ it: Editor of the Free Trader: EDWARD 1850-51 $48,005,878
: HOPKINS. very pertinently adds"PAYING Deduct Mr. Polk's war items as 1 SMITH. Esq., was called to the chair, and T.I meeting of the Democracy was expected at

V *_.: attribute"DiAR SIR more:-Some friends,to who appear ABEL S. BALDWIN. POLK'S DEBTS already shown, $10,954,484Other E. BUCKMAN appointed Secretary. I. Quincy on the 2lst, where Judge Broomswas

. ,.;... of my opinions consequence than I newspaperreports do. have AND BY A DEMOCRATIC CONGRESS." items, as also After remarks, motons; &c. from Dr. expected! ; and understanding that Major .

.. ;'*: V 'specially called my attention to the following Appointments for the East. We are happy comply with the request formed shownV h i c h Holland, Col. I. D. Hart, C. Drew, E:
:. article from the Memphis Eagle & En. comment and the no portionof other Judge Randall, D. S. Walker, and Wilkinson .
to mnrp as the fact; the expenditure Maj. F. C. Barrett and :Mr. S. N.
t. f.: 'r r, of the 4th inst. : Alligator, Thursday Sept. 9th.
fu
,.. 'C: V *' Testimony of a Democrat and Southerner. New River, Saturday, 11th. of the case which we are enabled to present II I under Mr. Polk ina Williams moved the appointment by the Call, Esq.. to witness the encounter.

,f *' We presume that among our Democratic Newnansville, Monday, 13th. furnish an answer to a similar c targe made time of (peace, 8,707,479 chair of a committee of live to report the Both of the Gubernatorial candidates being |

: fellow-citizens, at least, the opinion of ex- and repeated by Judge, urou.ne in the pre Expenses: of the names of twenty delegates! from this precinct t present, it was arranged that Broome should 1 i
Micanopy, Territories
Tuesday, 14th. new
as
..+:;..' is Governor.ntitled John to some A. weight.Quitman,The of genuineness Mississippi, Ocala, Wednesday 15th. sent canvass, in reference to the expenditures as already estimated to attend the Whig County Convention a open in an hour's speech Ward to reply ti

*:.:: of his 'Democracy,' and his honest, but H-rrnando C. H., Friday, 17th. of Mr. Fillmore's administration 6.500,000 Gravelly HIil; on Saturday the 11th inst., to I hour and a quarter, and Broome to rejoin j

\:':;\ somewhat misguided, devotion to the South, Tampa, Monday, 20th. Judge Broome has charged extravagance1 .26.161,96. t nominate candida'es for the General Assem. I!. half an hour. Judge Broome'seemed to advance .

*. ',* have we believe never been questioneJ, even Adamsville upon Mr. Fillmore-to the extent, we thinkof -- bly. the same illustrations, in exhibition
"'. by the bitterest of his political opponents. A Wednesday, 22d. $21$43,91' of his anti-Taniffviews, which I observe h.
V expending sixty millions of *r Whereupon the chair appointed S. N
-' _.'I gentleman of New Orleans, who \\'asaCello\v Orange Spring, Friday"Jr 24th. money per Leaving the sum of $21.843,915 to cove
annum and this he contrasts with the Williams Columbus Drew has presented elsewhere. He put the case
F. C. Bar
? ] passenger of Governor Quitman. a few days Palatka, Saturday, 25th. ; economy the same items of expenditure which, under Maj I
:; *. since, on a steamer bound up the river, asked St. Augustine, Monday, 27th. of Democratic administrations We Mr. Polk's administration previous to the rett, P. Moody, and J. B. Webb, as suet! I of a shipment of cotton from St. Marks i

,."-*'| his opinion of Gen. Scott. Black Creek did not hear Judge Broome's authority for Mexican war, cost 26,500.000, and showing committee. Liverpool; and a return cargo ot axes, hoe.,
V # "4 Sir,' said the Governor, in reply,' the Thursday, 30th. an of $4,656.035 in favor of I trace chains and the like. The
, : the statement, and do not suppose! any will!I economy During the absence of the committee the custom-
;: J'*. American people have never done General Jacksonville, %Saluday, Oct. 2d. :Mr. Filimore'd administration, besides the I
;;" I.* Scott justice l'! The more that man's cbaracter Nassau C. H., Monday, 4th. be offered in the face of the official counter. natural increase of the expenditure which meeting was entertained with a highly felicitous house officer demands $1,000, before entryis

..-*. '. and claims distinction are canvassed, statements of the Treasury reports upon unavoidably results from the rapid advance and eloquent address from Col. C made, or when entry is made. Attha

1 the higher will be the stand he will take in The Whig Elector for the Eastern District which we rely for our facts.It of the country. A. M. Mitchell, of Ocala, the Whig alternate .: same time comes in a vessel freighted with

>, \ the admiration and.gratitude of his will accompany Maj. WARD in these ap similar articles Abbott
V country- is a pity to spoil all the cyphering in"Reduction" elector for the Eastern: Dstri.t.: by Lawrence from

. "-: i men.44,I have been surprised and astonished,1 pointments.other Democratic The Democratic Elector, and above displayed, but a regardfor I Florida Delegate veiitlon.to the DalUmore Con- The committee to propose the names ol f r New England. TM officer says, you can

continued Governor Quitman, 'that among any speakers, are invitedto truth impels us to the task. Delegates having retired, reported the names I enter, Mr. Lawrence without paying any

:. : *;i the Whig party there should be found a sin- free discussion. This "sixty million" story originated: in We had the pleasure of meeting, a few of the following gentlemen as Delegates to I duties. Now, the case put by the fudge, u

. ; > jr 15 man unwilling to give him a cordial and Congress at the! session just adjourned ; bu days ago, B. F. ALLEN, Esq., a returning c : the County Convention; which report was as far wide of illustrating the Tariff question

J'.*:.v by hearty Seward support.,' that is As all to his stuff.being I know'controlled the last ZThe letter on the of first page of our. fts authors, finding they had egregious! tr Florida Delegaty. to the Balimore Whig'; unanimously agreed to by the meeting.T. as any thing could possibly be from the
> giving an account a discussion between
V ..; man, and he will: be controlled by no one overrated the amount as well as the credence Convention, who was one of rhe Represen E. Buckman J. B. Webb,G. H. Smith, point at which it is aimed. If it went to establish

: contrary to his own convictions of what is Judge Broome and Maj. Ward, and of the people, dropped down to the, tatives of the Middle Dstrict: in that body Z. B. Hogans, J. L. Hogi rth, Miles Price,, any thing, it is that all the world

'. ,> right And as to his toeing tr.ue to the :South; some opinions as to the prospects of partiesin postive assertion of fifty-three millions Mr. Allen, as he has himself informed us, i is John Roberts, John S. Pickett, James Winter should trade with us upon the same terms
.: 'i'. I consider him the most the Middle, was erroneously without II
unexceptionable printed
who that the of
States this
.*>,;: m .n on that score all the Whig worth of extravagance.The another Southern Delegate having: been I Eli Whtney; Col. t. D. Hart, Dr. H. D. Confederacy trade

,-'-*:: V who have been named among in connection with/ the date. It should have been dated National Intelligencer some weeks fully cognizant of the whole proceedings at I Holland, Maj. F. C. Barrett, J. E. Towns: with each other; and that, too, without the

\: .,* the Presidency.I am a Democrat ; and con- Tallahassee, August' 31st. ago fully exposed the incorrectness of these Baltimore, gave in his concurrence with his end, J. C. Temple, L. Capala, P. Moody, A reciprocity principle. This would be Fret

..-' nequently, differing widely as I do from Gen. congressional misstatement, from the repor colleagues from Florida, with the nomination Roberts, E. West, C. Bryan. Trade with a vengeance. All the world
Bowlegs and Suite
r2. Scott on every political I question, can never en route for of the for of Gen. Scott, although; not his first L might trade with us free from the paymentof
:.v jive him my support; but there i ig a Whig Washington. Treasury Department the fiscal I On motion of Mr. Williams a committee
< :* *: in the Union 'lor whom, under any circumstances year ending 30th June, 1851-the latest report : choice. Mr. Allen also verifies the information of three.was appointed as a Town commit duties, but we must be subject to their

. 1 could cast my vote, that Whig is Bowleg, four other Indians, and a negro in print at the time the statements were before related, that the original; draft tee, to "circulate the documents," &c. The: restrictions. If the Judge bad taken a cargo .
Winfield Scott.' interpreter passed!' down from Palatka in of the resolutions of tobacco instead of had the
V made ; although the Treasury report for the platform was the devise chair appointed the following named gentle. cotton, or
t 4 V % "Such, in substance, we understand, was the Gaston, on Friday morning last, much I fiscal last the ment of Southern men, who bad assembledfor I cotton spun into yarns by the poor wo
past represents
; :> the reply of a brave and gallant old soldier year expenditures men as such committee: S. N. Williams, J.
.V* ".; when his opinion of a noble and much abused to the surprise of our community, though at L of Mr. Fillmore's administration to : consultation in Washington- -previous to \V., Priro.. Eso.. .. Mai.. V., C. BarreU_ men and children here, be would have found .
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,'*-' '.. companion-in-arms was asked. We have too early on hour to admit of many "calls"Crom have been over $2,000,000 less than for the proceeding to Baltimore. On motion by l\tr.J.1\I. Payne-, the-- thanks a very different state of things when he got

' ., -'? before heard that these were the sentiments those who had never had a sight t preceding year. The Intelligencer con Similar acquiescence is expressed by J. of the meeting were tendered to Col. Mitch to Liverpool. The sum of the argument is

. 'I L;.. of there Governor is a man Quitman.in this city If(a we Democrat mistake,,) and not of) the -lion of the south." He goes, in I denses its details into the followingRECAPITULATION. W. Bryant, Esq., a Delegate to Baltimore ell, for his able and patriotic address-when the abandonment of the whole revenue system J
company with an officer, to hold a talk'1 the of duties and of the
1rri appointed at respectable meeting of Import course ni-
1 $ another at Holly Springs, Mississippi, who after three hearty cheers for SCOTT and GRAHAM -
!iit served with Governor Quitman in the Mexican with his "Great Father" in Washington.Our Direct and unavoidable additional expenditures Whigs of this place, in the final result of the three for WARD and CABELL, and three cessary resort to Direct Taxation for the

1 !t 1Ii war to whom, some months since, hemade 1 County Candidates. under the Whig Administration in action at Baltimore as will be seen by a let for Col. MITCHELL, the meeting adjourned. support of the Federal Government. Yet
.
: 11.. declarations almost identical with the consequence of the Mexican War, viz: from the disclaimed
such which
I ter his pen which we place in our columns Judge intention-
... foregoing This testimony, fiom one of the We have the pleasure of announcing the Instalment to Mexico, $3,242,400 GEO. H. SMITH, Chairman.T. .
to-day. was conclusive to mind that he did not
highest Democratic source, taken in connection Whig candidates for the General 2d. Indemnity to our own citizens E. BecKMAN, Secretary. my
with General Scott's hearty, unqualified, Assembly, due by Mexico: ," V 2,516,691 It has been already stated that Col. Ward, understand the subject be was commentingupon.

I and enthusiastic approval of the Whig platform chosen by the County Convention which! 3d. (Interest on the public debt, 3,696,721 who was the chairman of the Florida dele Whig County Convention.At Beside, the inevitable effect of this
'-- -ivhich is now PLAIN AND PALPABLE was held at Gravelly Hill on Saturday last 4th. Arrearages to Mexican volunteers .
. .' : gation in the Whig Convention at Baltimore, doctrine is to foster and encourage foreign
'.: TO THE WORLD IS SOUNDER, STRONGER, and Dr. BALDWIN and Gen. HOPKINS: 635,3305th. a Convention of Delegates from the
we
are to the Tallahassee labor
.
I reported State Convene to the discouragement of our own.
MOST JfST TO THE SOUTH, on sectional qnes- in Pensions growing; out of the County of Duval, assembled at GravellyHill
: :V-- itons, than the Democratic Jlatform-these gratified stating, are two gentlemen the Mexican war, 600,0006th. tion his satisfaction at the fairness and regularity Labor is cheaper under all arbitrary governments

:"...''4 facts, we say, OUGHT to be, and, we doubt choice of whom as candidates has long been Expenses of the boundary with which the nomination of Scott on the llth September, 1852, MILES than under our Republican institutions -

.. c1'ti: not, WILL be satisfactory not only to the indicated by private expression of the people line 204,377 was accomplished, and consequently: his adhesion PRICE, Esq., was called to preside, and where lands are so low and abundant; ;
fa.: Whigs; but to every man in the country." of the county. They' are both men of high 7th. Various expenses under the Maj. F. C. BARRETT appointed Secretary.A .
, on behalf of the Delegation, in open) consequently, all manufactured articles ;
"The zealous friend with
General Scott Mexico.
,V who treaty 58,915 list of Delegates from the several
f. intelligence, and if elected, will reflect credi Convention to the precincts would be to from abroad wl
reported to the editors of the Eazle En- distinguished Candidate. supplied us j
called those
;(... .: ouirer the conversatior. above alluded to, has, on their constituents. Dr. BALDWIN has Total 10,954,434 James M. Baker, Esq., another Delegate, being present: answeredto our operatives would be driven to agricultural !

c: ..;. no doubt, unintentionally placed in my mouthlanguage manifested his comprehension of our State bequeathed by Mr. Polk's Administration to on the same occasion manifested his acquiescence their names, and took seats as membersof pursuits. This would produce a redundancy i

.. I; stronger than 1 used, and thus attributed wants by much labor bestowed upon the II its Whig successors as war expenses, except in the th<> Convention. of and i
,: at Baltimore. agricultural productions
proceedings ,
e.:: to me sentiments which I do not entertain devisement of about $800,000 for the interest on that Maj. GEORGE H. SMITH, stated that
owing
e .: and could not utter. a method of improving the portion of the debt which existed previousto We feel at liberty, although not requested! to unavoidable bring down prices; whilst dependent on foreign 1

' ; "The conversation alluded to occurred on bar at the mouth of the river-a plan of his the war. to state that Gen. John Scott, of Marion circumstances, it would be countries for our manufactured articles

.. .J the deck of a steamer, in the presence of several suggestion; being adopted and provided for The other expenditures, as detailed above, county, another Eastern Delegate, became impossible for Black Creek precinct to be we would be compelled to pay their I
;lL; gentlemen of both parties. In reply to by the Government. which formed no portion of the annual repiesented in this Convention, and accord
strengthened in his confidence in Gen. Scott prices; and if involved in war, having oar I
l. t various opinions expressed by others, 'I said I In the promotion of the interests of thecounty charges; upon the previous Administration, ingly he had been requested by a letter from
rtlp,. in substance that the Southern AVnigs, in were: by his visit to Baltimore, and thereupon "number of workshops abroad, we would be as dependent f
(... .: -- their opposition to Gen. Scott, had done him Gen. HOPKIXS' and Dr. BALDWIN, i if F 1st. Expensed of collecting maritime yielded him his cordial support, as soon as Whigs at that precinct, to act as we were in the Revolution and the i

.. : peat injustice, that his opinions on the chosenby, the people to represent them, wil and land revenues, $2,044.0252d. he became the choice of the Convention. as their proxy, and cast the number of votesto war of 1813, when the British politicians I .
:-::: .: slavery question were less obnoxious than bp found efficient coadjutors in the Legisla Expenses of Seventh Census, 672,502 Gen. which they might be entitled in this body. told
Hernandez we are assured, did the us we dare not go: t) war with England j
'It.- tbose! heretofore publicly expressed by Fillmore 3.1. Refunding duties on sugar, &c. 439.588 Col. I. D HART opposed such a procedure .
"i '.. \ and Webster, and I would sooner trust ture.We 4th. Debentures, drawback, &e.; 794,6395th. same. inasmuch there because we would: not have the means t t
:-it: e bin on that subject than either of those gent are happy to state that the proceedings Refunding excess of duties 896.02461h. Geo, W. Call, Esq., another Delegate as appeared to have shave our beards or catch our rats. !

... tlemen; that if there was any merit in the of the meeting at Gravelly Hill were Other debentures, 72,623 from the Middle, is now earnestly engaged! been no regular meeting of Whigs at Black The Judge then tojk up the subject of In-

: ; Compromise, which I.did not admit, Scott conducted in the most orderly manner, ami 7tb. Other items of duty refunded, 59.732 in the canvass of the State for Scott and Creek, requesting Mr. Smith or any other tan.al Improve nent, which he declared b* '
"
i V should be preferred by them because be open. the'result gives general satisfaction to the 8th. Ocean mail service, 1,302,365 person to act for them in this! Convention.Dr. j
. :{ ly declared for it before Fillmore's opinion 9th. Repayment of public debt,&c. 581 265 Graham. was utterly opposed to. But so much wU
::t..., was known.' For these reasons it t appeared Whig: party, which is in some measure partaken 10th. Trust funds 257,196 We think we are safe in saying that the H. D. HOLLAND and F. C. BARRETT he interested in n'Jing his F.lta ffMift

;f'-k.: ,:: to me strange_u. that men...who. were_ willing, ,to of by their political opponents. llth. Extra payments in the In. whole returning Delegation are prepared both contended that Mr. Smith ought to be he forgot altogether U all: :e to State man.,*. ,I
;: rminore or webster shoUld dian department.. 1.587.319. allowed the privilege of expressing the sentiment
.
114! support make Nomination and heartily. to bunnurt. the Scott_ and_n_ Graham______ Not one word was said; about Schools, S 1
Regular SapplementaU. -
That
t objections to Scott: my objections to ." --I of our Black Creek friends in this Internal
. Total ticket. Improvements, or any thing relating
$ Y.T Gin. Scott applied equally to the other !gentlemen 8,707,479The Convention.. To disfranchise and
b\": .. ; they were founded on radical differences We announced in our last that Messrs entire expenses of the Government Contrast this state of things with that of deprive to municipal matters.

r-:: :: of opinion in regard to the structure J. A. BUBEE and LEVIN JOHNSON had been for the fiscal years 1848, when two out of three of the Delegates those friends of a voice here would seem unjust Cot Ward, in his reply, took more pn' *
..? .4 and character of our political that 1850-51, agreeably to the and illiberal in the extreme. Maj. BAR
! system ; nominated lor the the an. ?
Legislature on day to the Baltimore Democratic Convention to combat and his Tar iff and
;. ;-.. Gen, Scott wan an advocate of a strong national nual Treasury Report, were $48,005,878 RETT stated that for the purpose of arresting exrOg Intra
, .: '. government, while I was a States appointed for the regular Convention of the Deduct the two foregoing amountsof came home with written protests in further Improvement notions_particularly his op

.' Rights man of the strictest school ; that for Democracy, in this place last week. $10,954,434 and $3,707,479, their hands against the support of Gen. discussion on this subject, and in position to Appropriations for objects of IA I

(: .,..a ibis reason 1 should not vote for him, but The series of supplementary meetings occasioned which formed no portion of the Cass, ar.d that by the high-handed usurpation order that we miltht\he sooner proceed to ternal by the General
Improvement Gve.
would always do him justice, although I had usual annual expenditures under the legitimate business of the day he desiredto
thereby was close of
brought to a on certain committees and of a
managers meat, which from our peculiar position t
t ';;; reason to complain of wine of bis official acts, Mr. Polk 19,661,913 submit the following resolution, and demanded .
\ Saturday night last-when MILTON HATNKS, Democratic, of the State an The Colonel remtnk&
'.. :- in regard to myself as an officer of the press attemptwas the and p'oviously necesry.
.;.,"...:.4,.:# V' army. E 'q., of St. John's Bar, and A. JACKSON Leaving, 28,343,965 made to overslaugh and gag these delegates yeas nays on the question the Judge of his anticompromis and dis-

N ,", "A Whig gentleman present having remarked PHILLIPS Esq., of Black Creek, were also The expenditures for the same and to drill the people into the sup of its adoption. I nion opinions when it was their fortune t V
A. V that tbe apprehension war that Scott put in nomination. Whether this is understood objects under the administrationof of Cass Resolved, -That GJCORGB H. SMITH be al. Tbi*
be
port objectionable 1850.
as the
was in .
:::11;") would be controlled by Seward and politicians Mr, Polk in the time oi peace I lowed to cast the vote of Black Creek meet s often on stump
precinct
;.:1.1t of his stripe, I 'smiled and said ; You i as ruling the regulars off the course, were, 26.500000 shown to be on the question of the rights in this Convention. V the Judge would rather see the Union .

..L1:. mutab the character of the man. The dan- or as an unconditional "cave in" .to the of the South. These Delegates were actually Which resolution Wa. adopted by I solved than the Compromise !ear
.
, ;: .t 1m in gk! !opposite e.Ui eme. Always accustomed supplemental, we are not informed. Difference, $1,843,965This denied a hearing through; the Demo-: 15, nays 2. yeas adopted. As the Judge is 8 great a .icc!
to command, Gen. Scott pudes; him.self We understood the delicacy of the difference might be readily accountedfor cratic but that the ,
movement press ; people mght not On motion for the the Compromise
now
specially upon tbe infallibility of his by the rapid increase and expansion of by Dr. HOLLAND, committee. fnityof
s5t He was no sensibly felt in the meeting, the business and oftbe be unwarned of the manner of man the political of three hoped he had repented of his sins.TheJudgerejomn .
;:.I4... own jud ment. rarely asks or takes ad- population country, was appointed by the chair, con
.: .,' e: Hewitt be controlled by no man, not that the most decided conviction; was not entertained requiring of tourse a corresponding increasein profligacy of certain home leaders sisting of H. HOLLAND, J. E. TOWNSEND d, but it was \il p ii

t; V tlt6 fD ol,,Whig party, against his own eon"Some of the soundness of the democracy the national expenditures: and therefore urged them into supporting they were com and JOHN ROBERTS, to decide the number disadvantage, and consequent iJet II
upon
1r .,iirJlonI. clone of the,su pplementals. on his being we could stop here,after having proved that pelied to ask & bearing through other did his disunion !
1 of not deny sntent-hr
I; allusion hiving been made to bismilitary the Whig Administration have at least beenas papers votes to, which;each! precinct represented -
proposed-come one very audibly and anxiously economical that of its in the State. The Eastern Committee, with too who bad t
1'r reputation, and my opinion asked, I as Democratic pre shall be entitled to cast ia this Con were many present bea
i.; .4 aid would be unwise in us (the Democrat- inquiring if be was not a Whig J" decessors. But we are not satisfied -with all these facts staring! them.'in the face, described vention. -The committee reporting i 'in ;favor declared'.over und ore t

!:.i.,: r |C petty, ) 13 deny the highest military distincr I I, We should not 'suppose there was quite such a result. and most, in order to show Cass as a 1& picture of moral snblim- of 15 rotes for Jacksonville 5 for Black' denial. He road* agD. w"l1c

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and declared that he bad not band. The Whig procession attendedby .' .
charge, was '-
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Proceedings of Town 'Com cli L'tS"r LtnTERS'reraamtng to t$**1'e ; i STY: JOR&Si I

changed any opinion or retracted any declaration a band of four negro musicians, and we REGULAR MEETING.FJLIDAT .at Jacksonville- East Florida, August, JOB"pAnE' ,JNG MIY-ARrFoR:12AN. '

; be had made on the subject. By the are sorry that the music they u discoursed" 19th 1532. P PHILADELPHIA AT MADISON FLA.r '. i:
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ISS2. Jones Toby
Angust ,
the time that Ward and D. S. Walker had should not have been so gratifying to the CoUncil met-Present AndIT3o.eph. Jones Jesse A! 0SAVANNAH The 20rc111es this fReen.u.. wm '. Ii
His Honor
Henry on TO ESDA.Y,the fith JULY
thoroughly discussed Judge Broome's positions i.I i. -Ancient City" writer as it was "eloquent" D. Holland Intendant B Jones John wder the ..
f ; Councilmen Buffing Booth,James Jones Mrs Thos B Steam Navigation Company. sopehnUndsac of Ur.ISAAC AU J.D. .

there was hardly an inch of ground They were employed chiefly for .the gratifi- ton, Cooper, Cauova. Bairden.James ABrennan K LD.Thi Trustees .
J E. Townsend, Councilman elect John Kennedy,Michael The DW au d splendid side-wheel steam ship tab mat pleasm In anDOGHI.!I.
I him to stand lion of the Whig ladies and I have Esq. log to the Patrons '
left : of
to the
yet
upon. taken the his Banman,Cot 11J Kingman, Francis STAT GEORGIA, e-f 1200 tons register, Seminary and the paUte :;
having oath took
There were several other speakers, but learn that their music or their color was exceptionable prescribed Burrows,Henry Kelly,Chas Win C.pt. E Wat1 has commenced her regn- generally their entire confidence in Dr. Auld M ft
f seat as a member of the Council. Barnes, D W L la trip and Savannah Wednesday, eseher. From tbn snecess which bM to far at* .:
I we bad a clear' Whig triumph. I never to them on the occasion. But The proceeding of the last meeting were Badger LJ Loather.Mrs Esther the of June, and O tended the enterprwe the Trustees feel aa auurJ''

taw more enthusiasm than prevails in Gads- the writer of editorials for the ,: Ancient read and adopted. Brady Mrs E Lamar,John day thereafteriy on er atrt:Wen", sacs that they will succeed In building ap ft ..
Bass It W, Lofton. ViI 14t and 23th July, 10th and Eth School exactly adopted to the. wants of U1e tow. '
I den for Scott. The whole West is in a City"-I wish, Mr. Editor, the "Ancient A bill of the Town Surveyor for surveying Becks WBaryu 3 Lang, Miss Catharine on &I mnnlty.lheir. t,

Cemetery, was presented, and referredto C M Cabin to $25 object is to establish on a permanent basis -
blaze. You rely on it the canvass is City" had an editor, for the designation of tag ;,
Piethia
may I
the appropriate committee. Croker II Mansfield, J % an institution ia which the minds of the paHU .1:

I going on veil. its present article-writer, like the articles His Honor, the Indepemlant, stated that Mr Moore, S WMactosh Strg. shall be thortmgfily educated. Prompted by aa "
Carter D It TOM This been bunt earnest desire to promote the welfare of the nstnf : !
Yours, &c. themselves required unJer present circumstances by authority a former Council he had con ba with entire regard to J
generation increase the
and '
Cottle. Allen T Morrison. of
R FCaDagsn.JohR safety, co Jbft and dispatch, and offers new and prosperity ou 's .:
is very awkward, indirect, and cir. veyed a deed to Capt. Charles Willey and larUnCharwlClinton admirable facilities to business and travel. For'. young and growing State, they rely with eoafl .1 ii 1
The Banner Whig of St. John's.ST. But family, of Lots No. 75 and 76, Section B, in ,Charles Miller,BirdO'Fryan freight or passage apply to deuce upon the rapport of a patriotic, generous, 111
cumlocutory. to return : This writerof burial Chambers C SCooper O and enlightened public to sustain them lD the
the "Willey Cemetery, as a private rA.LORD, FAY Ic CO.. a. .1 "
AUGuSTINE, Sept. 7,185 editorials seems to pronounce the word"blacfr ground.A ,Mrs Ann James in Savannah. eomplisLment of so noble a purpose. ,

EDITOR In the last "Ancient 1) P 0HERON & MARTIN, Experience has demonstrated beyond a doubt l' .i
Mr. : City, with communication from G. '
a qualmish that was presented the of
antipathy necessity
Doliff,Abner Pratt.Capt L C 4 Agents in increasing the rates of taitioa. !
the little' bijou of a paper published in this appears to affect the very type of the paper. A. Turknett, Esq., Chairman of the Board Dupont R Virgil Perpall, Abraham Juy8t: PiaelphiaCOPATNH. The exceedingly low rates of the past session bYe :1
of Health which on motion by Councilman Demere, Mrs Pad Porker, Constance failed to produce a sufficient fund to meet the ear i .. :
place, appeared the following racy editorial: The writer italicizes it, and rolls it up like received. This communication B Paine Polly rent expeuses of the SchooL The Trastees have. 1 .,*.

The Way they Do It. in Cooper, was Enna, Miss C Emma rime Undnlljtrd, baring CITY therefore determined to adopt the following per* 11
a "piVf quotation marks and the several
show after immense ; type, led to a discussion, in which the Eubank Win NFrinkiMaaire It MILL formed a <* ,>*. *** manent rates whicfr they are satisfied cannot U 4 1
The Whig puppet an as if in sympathy with the writer, and members of Council took J part, after which, F Rose Charles f.the purs deemed exorbitant by any one who will rive UM !
amount of "backing and fillingof fallingin Canova the vote ; 2 matter a moment'reflection. J .1
loatiring" the which on motion by Councilman ReyooUi\Vm SAWING LUMBER ,
and out," formed procession and took its name on they were Frink Roberts, John W 2 RATES OF
Washington TUITION
on its reception was reconsidered; when on for the Home Market, under the style and title : : j
departure yesterday morning for Palatka! employed become so awry and wryfacedthat motion by Councilman Townnend. it was Foster,HJ P Reeves, M James S 2FogartyThotnss of Clark & Butler. (PAYABLE ix AUTA.XCE)-PEK SESSION or rrriMO5THS. .i !

whose inhabitants-an honest plain commonsense I they print the word in such a zigzag referred back to the Board of Health. Fountain, July Smith, Richard JOHN CLARK ,i;

kind of people, it is expected, we presume -!r manner as make it look disagreeable. Councilman Canova stated that by requesthe FounUne,Sandy Sallis, H G JOHN G. BUTLER. For SrelUng, Reading. Writing. Primary.... ) (1
by the projectors of this vast scheme, very Councilthe G Sewell, David ,-T"above subscribers wou1\pectfullyso-solicit lfII h1and Primary Arithmetic. S3 00 ,
of the J
will be it and without But, for the reef of both writer and types, I placed in the possession Godding, F G Simmons L A patronage of the a they have en For Geography,Arithmetic,EnglIsh Gram- j r l
overcome by struggle :
of :
; of citizens
of feted into the business Modern
for and
the mar.
meeting
I proceedings a Mrs Adeline Smart M James express purpose of History, U 08 .
Goolsbcy ,
will remind them that it of this .
knock under, to the imposing display of was a part For Ancient 'J
held at
the Town in relation to SIDE WALES D Sanchez, John 81WIXQ JACKSONVILLE ASD THE History, Ancient Geography 1 'f
Fuss" and Banner*-presented to their un- same "Meet" band that sounded a tocsin I the Court House on the 22J June last Grover, Harry Stewart James LtMBEI FOR VICI ITf. Chemistry\, Natural Philosophy Natural 't t
History. irst
nophistical and wondering gaze-we did not about the time Beard declared he motion by Coun- Game, S Thomas Setton Alexander 2 Lesson in Algebra G.om- m 1:
that : which on
Major proceedings were win also haTe Grist MID etry. Anatomy and ..
have the to obtain fair distinct ,Sale, Capt W W 4 They a attached to the Physiology 20 00 .;
pleasure a or
preferred a dissolution of the Union to the I man Buffington, laid on the table by aumm- .H T Machiner and. as they han the agency of one For higher branch.of Mathematics Logic t ;i
view, of all the staff elevated pictures pa. Rhetoric, Moral Intellectual Philoso-.
imouse vote of the Council.A Holdsn John Tanner.John Machinei of Isaac Brown. of Baltimore 3 1'J
raded on the occasion-there was one how passage of the Compromise measures. of H. Koopman for permission Hamell, Mayberry Tanner,AsaThompson which in operation in a few days.and per. Latin and Greek Languages, 25 09 >,
petition
ever, in regard to which we were lees unfortunate Hope toM a flattering tale," and "memory to erect a Bakery on Lot No. 1. was presented Hendricks. iVlrt. Elii. ,V E J country which-and is ono entirely of the novel firm being in this an part old and of experienced the Contingent Fer Frenebextra expenses, 00 10 fid 00 ,., j1
that the dedicated H
and was one to vflll bring lack the feeling." What "a -and Iessr:. Cooper, Canova, and Buf-- l-lardenJameS Adam D hand with all the above machinery, and There will be a public examination at the close t
Gen. Scott face of which the following H-, Georgemson, ;
; on one has the of the fin ton. appointed a committee: to examine Huff GHughes Vinson,Spiers D 2White both of them being well acquainted with the of the session-attendance on which will be obligatory ';
change come o'er spirit ;,
emblazoned in large wants of the City in their line, .
was pompously the iuljoinitiif premises, with authority to Johniiigginbotham W they wi endeuo pon all the students unless a written request

letters"I have served the Union fur buy I dream !" Evil communications it is said, grant the prayer of petitioner if not iiicom- J W Mr :to hem give with general their tatiifctiol... to a wi favor to the contrary. be received from their parents i.1

old) years"J"1 It struck us that the following I 1 corrupt gooJ manners, and we may add, patable vita the interests of the inhabitants Hy"e.J'eter Will Walker., Capt VV'm Joseph August S, 1:2. 12-lm Board or guardian can be obtained in private families at oJ .t
of addenda would' have much improved Hanton, Wm :
by -
way good principles ; and we all know the activity in the immediate vicinity: thereof. Hill, Capt Thos B Whipple, AlariahWorley Cram. eight to ten dollars per month. '_
this banner, (namely) for the tr.fling Tovrnser.d the CHARLES RUSSELL, ,
Councilman Elias"Wilson :
O.i motion by Hodges,Samuel Disoluton.THE .:
and virulence ol bad but
sum of 5300OOOt&e! omission of this, examples ; Council then adjourned.. Thos J John Co-partnership existing under Secretary of the Board of Trustee i.

was no doubt, purely accidental-when the we had not supposed that General; Pierce's i Attest: F. CLAY BARRETT, Hgrnbothm, Joseph Williams, Miss Sar name style of McKlNLAY & HAD Ang. 19-lt 1 '.,

. cortage started it amountrd to exclusive of to his "' it I Council. J White, Parsons DOCK H this day dissolved by muta CODnt .. "
antipathy slavery- loat/ung" as a Clerk of AH debts !
the *-A/j in band Jones, W G contracted in the name late firm NEWGOODS. :
some tu-cnty-tJurtecn .. moral, social, and polit cal eVil," would so Persons applying for letters in the above list will be settled by John G Haddock. :
only, of whom we are told, voters amt 1 t
were
COC.NCIL CHWIBEB. Sept. 3. aderdor hev not get JOHN D. )lcKI LA Y.JOBS o ,'
may O. W.
of these, 'tis said nine were Fc.lelaluf.tic.! soon have brought any one (no matter where will A1 they a MARK BUTTS, P. M. G. HADDOCK. BARTON, !:'

holders: and Custom House boat hands-.-verily born) who iives in our midst to loathe" it Present-His Honor H. D. lIolland.Intendant them. The business of baying and selling of Cattle as Bny- tre t, four Doors below JXr. JosephFlnneiran's. t :

hard to hold out. ; Mes rs"" Buffington, Cooper, Canova Sept % also of-R.t.hlrinCJ''_ will.-- htt__ <_-,,tinn.l K v. r.1.fH \. -.. .' .:.
they are
trying ton, and to consider it, in addition to its and TuwnsenJ; Couticilmen. addock. The subscriber, grateful for the liberal JUST RECEIVED, per Steamers from ir: ,

As to the tone and feeling of the article, black "moral, social, and political" aspect The minutes of last meeting were read OAnotber Scent e IVondrr!110-IMPOE-UUJ- patronage heretofore extended to him, takes pleasure HAS North, a new and splendid assortment ,':{
J. S.
TAT TO ia recommending Mr. Haddock (his successor of Fancy and Staple Summer J"
USPEPc.-l. Spring and :
feel either It :
no one can pain or surprise. usical evil also. This and approved. IHgativt fluid, to in '
as a seems to us to tl o ) indulgent public. DRY GOODS M t<
is natural that the }prospects which the out-Pierce Pierce himself. The Committee on the petition of H. TONS; Juice, prepared from KEN NET, or the July 2S JOHN D. lcKSLA HOSIERY, GLOVES A. SMALL WA.nES.:11:} ;:
in Ox after directions of
for erecting a Bakery, reported FOCRtH STOMACH OF TilE ,
ha of of Koopman with an assortment of Dress Goods k .ko. 4
Whigs ve. utter jjj'JE&ZLR
f an success
certainty Chemist ,
Your obedient the physiological -
LJEBEG, great
servant of Baron
pettioner.The
favor of Brandy Wine Ate. :
granting l prayer :t;
; n the approaching election both State and BANNER.A several members of the Council having by*Tt J..S.- HOUGHTON A 1_ __J_ ,Vil M.v/lvnAjltr U.,.rhiladel7 ft\m /J\J-- Otard, Dupnv & Co's Best BBANDY. SRWsffrGEXTLEMEtra j (.-;,

t National, should produce chagrin and mortification petitioned for the building of the Lazaretto -I blo. inia IS iruiv a .U.U"".,iviudAT JA UNDICE O. JAW1JYSPEPSIA OLD Y WISE-a very superior articte. PARIS-MADS BOOTS. .} Jj d}

Voice from Maine. .for the benefit of indigent: sick, on a DIESTIN. CONSTIPATION. MADEIRA do. do. do. -ALSO- ,
; and it is a right that is universally L.I.'T. OLD PORT JUICE. An Assortment ef Gentlemen's Rudy-mod& *!|!i
corner ot the -Willey Cemetery." His and after llTCEE'S OW 5 5METHOD.by J i{
f conceded to the affl,cted, to groan, audibly, Copy of a lettei from a Slate of Maine their MATUKE'SOWN AGEvr.the GASTRIC PRIME HOLLAND GIN. CLOTHING. 1
Honor,the Intendant granted prayer. evidence The above were purchased of one of the best June 10 2m 3
i t as well as in spmt; and even piercing a Whig to a friend in this pi ice: Councilman Canova introduced the following JUICE.of its Pamphlets value, furnished, containing by Scientifc gratis. houses in New York, aud warranted superior. i ,4'

as the above be excusable resolution which was unanimously Aget July 22 For sale by JOHN M. PAYNE. Tax Collector' Sale. .
groan may considering PORTLAND,August 29, 192. (j9-: ee the advertisement. p2-ly .
the of misfortune. But for DEAR SIR In adopted : B VIRTUE of the power vested in me by 4
weight :- answer to your e-iquiries
Law shall
Tobacco expose for sale before the Court 4
the character of our city both as to educa as regards the prospects of Gen. Scott in Ketolved, That the citizens of this Townbe I SAMUEL HOYT, Cigars & Snuff* House door in the town of Palatka, countY of 4 .JH

I the North, we think they never looked requested to have their felict and premises & Co.Sa.annah T HE above articles, of the very finest qui,. Putnam, on the first Monday September, 1352, < i\\\\
tion and intelligence, we have a right to I (Late e f the Firm of Sam'l Iloyt on hand and for sale low for cash, by
pro better. He is sure of four of the New Eng white! tcas/teJ end limed for the promotion Ga..) July 22 JOHN M. PAYNE. between the I legal hours of sale, the following de- % r.'j 1

test against the English of the article: being I land Slates and we have strong hopes of of health; and also tbat all filth and dirt in his friends that he scribed property Or ao touch thereof will pay i ?:']
to
annovRce the State and county Taxes due thereon for the '. ..1
} received as an exponent of either qualification Maine in November. yards be put in barrels, and placed at their WOCLD to Charleston, S..C., No. NARSHALL HOUSE earb5Ito wit: 16,000 acres more or less of $ vi

and under that right will TLe state election in September, will he gates all the day of Friday and pot late/ 149 East Bay, where he is prepared to do a General -- THE subscriber having leased the Laud, eituate.lyiog, and beiag in Section S3, of J "2fi

; we presume no test of party strength. Rum or n> Rums than 8 o'clock, A. Mon Saturday of each Commiwon ifosines?, and furnioh to orderat :; above howe, situated on Broughton- Township 10. S.', of Range 25, E.; Section 37, of ; JJ

to suggest to Mr. Canova, the proprietor of Ike the for members of Congress week. The Marshal is heieby authorizedto all times any artioles from the Aortb or South street, between Absrcorn and DraytonI I Township 11, S., 4n l Range 25,E., and Section ;. t .*.
que\tion vote for that may be wanted, for the usual commission,a streeu for a term of respectfully informs the I I I 38 of Township 10, S., and Range 26, E., and ,*''i
l J' the sheet but who, we understand, makes will be the better test; the Whgs: will lure a cart or carts, as Scavengers well a receive and sell tbe 1Lle. And 1 pledge citizens of yers the public generally, I Section 33, of Township 11, S and Range 26 E.J : st4ssaid

t no pretension to fill the editorial department, elect two, perhaps four, to Congress. said purpuse; and he is required to report alt myself that- all business entrusted to iny care that he is now prepared to receive boarders, both I I I Land being returned as the property of Ri ; ,;]1 1I

f that it i is due to community that how Many of the Temperance Whigs will yo'efor delinquents. shall receive such attention'is will ensure similar regular and transient, on the most. reasonable I bert McHarJy, by G. R. Fairbanks, Agent. i-"1J}
out
their will, not doubting .
manifestation of himself R.T. \
good attention BOYD.
The Council adjourned. terms, and pledges by strict to ;
.
Hutibaid but there will he election of
;. ever party or other considerations may sometimes Attest F. CLAY BARRETT, that my acqoaintanee with northern and south business, to merit the patronage of the public.He .- Tax Ass'r Jt CoH'r Putnam county : 'VPalatka ,' .I
Governor by the people. I think the Whigs ; ern markets wi enble me to do a well as any, intends to make the Marshall House A FIKST Feb. 19, 1851-tds. fl
t debar us" from having the truth," we will have one branch of the I tajrislature, the Clerk of Council. and better : many. CLASS Hotel. His table will be supplied with every it

t. should at least have the Endish of his paper Senate, if not both. The Whigs of the North I n Also._ _Dealer n in Butter. Chee:. Plater-, Marble luxury that can be procured.aug NOTICE. ; J!
if THURSDAY, Sept. 9. Dust, Cement, Lime, and Hair. 5 Imo WILLIAM JOHNSON.Notice. persona are hereby forewarned against ;<<
feel sure of Gen. Scott's election, the ALL
"undefileL"But Machine .*_
i And Agent for sun.1r Manufactoriesnorth nlP for two nromi'Ufirv' not** mmA h 1 !
Southern Whig States prove true to him and Council met this evening at 5 o'clt ek- south Silas C. sFireproof favor'ofjames'A.Ptcke: d :
immediate object is to correct the i and a a m*. in or order, ono
my themselves. We at the North can see no Pressnt HIs. Hon. H. D. Holland, Intendant Safes, Georgia and French Burr MillStones said notes having been partially paid. The ooa \'j

misstatements of the article. At our last good reason why the South should not preferman Met-srs. S. Bufingion, C. M. Conner, A. A. I ; all of which will be furnished on short THE Co-partnership heretofore existing be sideration for which said notes win given, BM 0;

meeting in this place, the "hole Whig party I born and bied in a Slave State, with adt.onal Canova, aid: J. E. Townsend, Councilmen before notice and raid at at manufacturers'prices.CMh all times for Wool.Green. Salted style of KELLY the undersigned t CAPKO.V., under is the this name day and dissolved less failed compelled, and I am by determined law by mid not James to pay a Picket.HENRYIY.IIOLL&ND.them .na- .j' '
laid the
of St. Johns were appointed delegates to : principles, to a Northern dough The Treasurer's report was and Dry Hides, Deer and Sheep Sins, :frig by mutual consent. The unsettled business ; ,('

: faced freesoiler in dsguist-a man who can Board, receive.!, and adopted-which report 'ur Beeswax, Rairs, Rope Cuttings, ::! of the firnr will b settled by George Kelly. Jacksonville, July 31st, 1852 sag 4 1) :

I the District Convention at Palatka and all and will be managed by the Fan Burens and shows a balance in the Treasury at the Cotton Seed, and Florid Moss. Also, SouthernTanned GEORGEKELLY.NEWTON CAPRON.rasktonviHe. ,4': .)1'

: requested to who could conveniently do date of $29 50. : Brought to Jail :
.
go
their Clique. There is no more doubt that present Lather Refers to citizens E F., 15,1:552. ;
{ invariably. A
i t to. Pursuant to this appointment,the entire Pierce made the New Boston speech, in Councilman Canova fcom the committeeto of Savannah generally. sep 10-3m X XVASHINGTOX.the tenth of May, a Negro man named '
Says he
belongs to
which he said he loathed the Fugitive Slave regulate the assixes of weights and measures .i.t t
:: delegation in attendance on the Conventionfrom CoParnerhip. BENJAMIN SINGLETON of Lownde. conn
this numbered Law, than theie is that such nun as Frank as also of bread, submitted the following PROCLAMATION. lIE undersigned have this day formed a 1 t,,'.-about twenty years of age, dark com r-" .

county twenty-eigHt. Pierce lives in New Hampshire, and that the ordinance : JOTlCE i is hereby given that an ELECTION T Uo-partnership. for the purpose of Sawingand piexion, five feet four inches high. Says h* hu i\ ,
Prospectively to their departure the Whig ORDINANCE to regulate the assizes of the State of Florida been runaway two weeks. I J*
ireesoilers know; hence their!upp rt. The As A. wi be held throughout Shipping Lumber, under the name aa style H. '
bread 2d, proximo for KELLY TIMAN US &CO.GEORGE. M. FREEZE, .t
ladies of St. had them think know their So"emblr ;
South doubt
Augustine presented no they man; Electors Tuesay. and Vice President of the o KELLY. Jailor, Colombia county East i
and the party witn several beautifully they thuught so when they trusted his pro- SEC. 1. Be it ordline by th: Intendant United States. Number to be chosen three H. TIMANUS.E. May -' .P'
V.m then it his fault if and Conncilmen of the Town of Jacksonville, Tallahassee 10th J. 111
.type Malty ; was ; Done at the Capital in tbs BGCKY.STER. Notice. ,
silk banners and and in : a.
wrought pennons. tiu:,); are cheated again, it will be theirs. That all Biead which shall be sold, made, day of AaguH, AD.,1&2.TIIOS. Jacksonville, E. B., July 15,1352. LL indebted 1.
Estate of "
i reciprocal compliment, the delegation formedin kept, or exposed for sale, within the Paid BROWN, Governor.By 4_ pers THINGPIN is late to the of Putnam FOREBIA \ :

procession, and called, on tKeir way out Arrival at the IiaffliigtonHoue. town, hal1 be made of pound and sweet the Governor C. -W.Attest: G, Notice to Debtors and Creditors. deceased, are notified to make immediate county.payment '. :

of of the ladies the wheat flour. D\YI of State. ALL PERSONS who are indebted to the es- to the undersigned; and aDpenons holding :J J':
town, on as ma iy as Secretary of Donald C. lute of Colombia
PROPRlETOa. That I Ii .tardock. claims or demands against taid Estate must
S. BUFFIXGTOX, SEC. 2. Be it ordained ax aforesaid, PA" i 4."
time would allow, giving them three hearty Aug. 21, 1S2Jackonvie county.- deceased, :r to come forward ;I sent them to the subscriber, duly authenticated* :
from and after the first day of October next, I
i and make immediate payment to the undersigned -
within the time
prescribed by law this '
14th-John N Hives M C Fitzsimmons or notice .'
cheers. What was their number in proces- Mrs Sept Ladi, Master Ladd, Fla, ; T A McDonald s, I the weight of five cent loaves of wheat flour Female Institute. ; and 31 persons having demani against : wrnbepleade.Iiabirofaame. e.. ,,. '

eion we cannot say, as we neither counted P McDonald, savannah; K W White L Dick- bread, snail be regulated according to the AND MRS. M. MARLOW, said estate a hereby called authenticated upon present without them WIUL1AM THINGPIN. .', ;
MISS P. SWART the ,duly ,
but know of rsonC H Dibble, F Fahz. J B Brown, T (t Ba- fullowing table, and when flour shall be of to undersigned Administrator. } :
nor miscounted them ; we several ASSOCIATE PRINCIPALS.mllE Palatka,Putnam Co., July 19,1852.Sute'of .
right, Col W M Ives, Fla; S Withington, lady I the prices therein set forth in this town, the del1. MARY A. MURDOCH, Adm'x. .; ,
besiaes those that attended the Convene and child Iowa U C Gibbs A Parsons C FOURTH YEA it of this Institution 4:1!
l'1.. ; Bryant I five cent loaves shall be of the weights JL will commence on the 20th) of Septemberinst. W. T. McLERANAd'r.By Florida, ClrealtCO.d, JtXsolMk J

tion, who joined the procession, but whose therein mentioned, and loaves of other The classes will be arranged so a to embrace M.. WHT County. ; -Jf

engagements wouU not allow them to accompany ------ LADD inform--- prices shall be of a proportionate weight; the different ages and capacities of the pupils Thei Attorney. Littleton B.Lewis, t ,t'f' ,
CcrSouee-Mrs. respectfully Columbia ,
their intellectual Alligator, co. Fa. w.Abner" .
and thus progressively promote
us farther than our march through ber friends that her School for Young Ladies will that is to say, when flour shall be and also insure to them August 1t D. Johnson .':1-

town. We also learn that there werejfoe >e opened on the 1st of October-in wiiich will $10 per bbL the 5 cent loaf shall weigh 12 ounces. thorough improvement instruction in the various departments Notice to Debtor and Creditor Francis Johnson, } Bill sa Chanoeq, i '.:ft.:
$9 do do U do of literature and science. William Lastinger, ;. ,
young gentlemen between 19 and 21 in the I 1.0 taught Music on the Piano and the Guitar; $5Odo do 14 dodo Mathematical Instruction w.l be contited by lOSTI after date, application will be and John Johnson, 5

of whom however/will be French and ,he branches of a thorough English 33 do 14 do the former Teacher. ONE Judge of Probate of Columbia appearing to the .satisfaction of the Court 4 I:,
procession, one Education.A $7SOdo do 15 do The French and Owing Department w be dbuntr. for leave to sell a part of the land IT by afidint in this case filed, that the a!)01't..
of age to vote for Scott and Graham. So than be j,7 do do 16 do under the direction Des Uochers.: belonging to the estato of Donald C. Murdoch, named defendant William Lastinger, resides be- \,:
few attended
more pupils are engaged can $6 50 do da 16 dO Musical Instruction will be given to the Pupils late of Said county deceased.MARY yond the limits of the Stile Of Florida to wit: in j .
f much for the arithmetic of the Ancient to. For terms, please apply at the Buf- $6 do do 17 do of this Institution by any of tha Profet.sors of that A. MURDOCH, Adm'jr.. the State of Georgia Therefore motion of M. 4 ."i11t''

City," which, considering its character, we ington House.JJU'kslnvillc. $5 50 do do 19 do cience in Jacksonville ; the Principals leaving it ; W.T.MCLEItANAdn'r.By Whit Smith Esq.,Solicitor for the Complainant 1 '.
i; do do 2JIG with the parents and gu-irdUns de M.WHIT SMITH, it is ordered that the ti!
t raid Defendant William J
<
may suppose comes by nature," as Dog Pept. 7. 1'3'i!. 163tA '. f t _L optona Their Attorney. do J "
:'EC. 3. as it oraainta as ajoresaia, inaiif Lastinger, appear and answer the said Bill of ,
t berry says: C.UtU.nUFFIXGTON. aiter the aforesaid lir"t day ot October TERMS,(PAYABLE rx ADVANCE.)-For one quarter, Alligator, Fla., August 10th, 1852. 19-lt Complaint, according to law,'or the same will betaken .t it

f In the procession and at the Convention IIOUSC. next, any baker, or other person, shall of eleven weeks: and NOTICED 1 And as it confessed is further against ordered him.,that a copy of this order ) ".

: there were two "custom-house boatmen1'and THE undersigned, Proprietor, has the plea- make any bread 1 tor sale in this town which Orthography Reg.. Writing- 0| THE expiration of At weeks I will apply be published in some newspaper printed and ;

of informing hill friends and the trav shall be deficient in weight, according to tbe Grammar and History 5 0 AT to the Commissioner of Pension for duplicate published in said Circuit, once a week for toot ;E. .
; one Federal office-holder. That it elling public generally, that his House is entirely assizes which are or may from time to time Geography Mathematics, and the higher branchesof to Land Wa.rant number 10,214 issued to months. THOMAS DOUGLAS. '-: i'

\ should astonish some Democrats of St. Au- 'Free from Small Pox or other contagious : be prescribed, he or she to offending, on conviction English Literature, 6 J 0 me on the 7th day of October, 1S51, 160 acres June 22.,A.D. 1S5l. Judge. ke.. ke. f't. .1
5 t. nf Congress naascd Sentember 23. jane U 3 L.
and sufficientto Di.-ea.-e. be fined five dollars be imprisoned The French Language, in cass. 0 iimW f 1S.
gustine, even to fainting tears chall or 5 hMO stolen iiomy b
Drawing and Painting dt. 0 which W. Clrcnll Court, Southern Circuit of Fl., I (if
mar the correctness of their count, to see He would take the same occasion to say that he five days Tor every such offence, at Music, from $10 to f 1 for.24-lessons. warn all persons not to trade for War Ida,Monroe county,In cbJOBceryt i {', i J
has bad his House thoroughly renovated. and his the discretion of the Intendant. for fuel, will rant, inasmuch is I have neither sold, &igtd "
60 cents
joi-hou boatmen joining in a An additional charge Of Catharine Welsh,} I ]
procesof rooms well furuUhed, mostly with new furniture to /
SEC. 4. Be It ordained as aforesaid Thatit for .NE during nor empowered any person n 1
each quarter Bill In CUn for birorce. .
also be made to patron n > ary [
and will use every exertion to please all who may the for i \ \.
will
1n white men and gentlemen, surprise favor him with a call.SA. shall be the duty of the Marshal of tbe the winter. cat a me.RICHARD ELLIS Joha Welsh. > 0 'J,,

no one here. Their antecedents"1 in M'L BUFFINGTOX. town to examine and weigh some part oi Jakanre, September. ltl8l =m August 5t IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,by '

that are still too vivid in our recol Jacksonville, Sept. 13, t2. the bread of the bakers and venders of and made and filed in thin cause, that the 4 ;
respect 16 iVews 2t I Cotton and Woollen Hachinery abovementioned John Welch reside) oat of this 3 >f
sep ( copy ) oread in this city, at least once in every School Notice. I
lection. All the boatmen employed by the Saw Hills and Engines.nrtHE Circuit but in the State of Florida, to wit. 1 .a
mouth, for the purpose of causing full effect Sta Subscriber will open an Eyenlng ill the Western Circuits It .Is ordered that II]
present administration are and have been Watches, Jewelry, Clocks &c. ftc. lobe give to the provisions of this ordi ESSEX COMPANY, loWJCE. MisA 'rIE on the first Monday of September be appear and answer said bill, on tile Irrt c PI :I

white men-honest and respectable member nance. SACHCSETTS, wilt promptly execute all orders next for Gentlemen. Tbe classes will meet Monday in November next; otherwise .the ,* .>: '

and C. D. OAK SEv. &. Be it ordained as aforesaid That for Cotton and \\ of all i from Monday to Wednesday, inclusive, of each complainant's bill will be taken pro cooJ .i;1
of our community, residing among us, and will contract for whole Mills from the Rom f.om half past 7 to 1 o'clock. fesso against him according to the statute ia 'i
who perform the duties for which the law HAVINGju..tnturned from the Northwould I nothing contained in this ordinance shall kinds wheel or steam engine! to the finishing ma week Tnx3 such case mode and provided; and that this order ;& ;

public that he has preveat the making, selling, or having fur watr chine. Steam Saw Mil for gangs or single be published in some newspaper pnbSsLed! in this j V';
allows tkei a compensation, and which i is Per Quarter of eleven weeks, for any branches '
} brought oat a splendid aMOrtment of tale rye bread or any other sound and wholesome saws. Machinists' Tools of every description Mathematical Courses, ten Statefortwomontb.ibeforetbesadrtMonday 'rJ'

paid to them; and when not interfering with GJLD A MLVKR:} WATCHES, bread, made of other flour than wheat Locomotive and Freight Cars. Machinery of all dollars.in the English Including and the Scientific Course, twelve in November. J 31j?1
different patterns. together with hand either finished or in prons 1 [Signed] JOS. B. LANCASTER? l
their other duties they claim the rights of GUARD.'tEST. AXD FOB CHAINS flour. kid 01 can be filled in short notice. dollars. furnished the Judge Southern Circuit, State Florida.*. ::11
Fuel PrincfpsVLStationery
The and called for the orn Lights and by A )
being on true
: other citizens, either to ride in procession Gold and Silver for Ladies and Gentlemen! ; Gold yeas nays ( Ters are very low. Books, &e., extra. copy: '11
assortment adoption of this ordinance, it was passed as contracting for Mills b furnished JA-l\f.BRACKWEIX. Clerk. ;"
Silver wi formation of.
large : the and
and Spectacles a Pelt for exer-
: or attend Whig Conventions. We regret without Opportonities Per ions P. BALDWIN,Dep. ..
BREAST PINS. CUFF PINS, EAR follows i with drawings for arranging .i. cues id, a Debating Society will be afforded. Aug. I 'ti

:. that the brilliancy of our display .t-houl. RING*AND EROPS Yeas-Messrs. Buffinglon, Cooper, Ca charge. GORDON McKAY, Agent N. F. BROWN, I'i..'
JaeksonrHIe Male Female Clas
have produced such opthalmic distress in the SILVER. AVAUE-such as Spoons of allk.nds. nova. pl29-ly Prinoipal of and Notice. * Batter Knives Sec. Gold arid Silver Pencils; N'rIMr. Townsend. 1iCa11ustitute. August 19-tf MONTHS after date I wd present tay r"
writer of the Ancient Cay11 as to cause --r -- --- -- -------- -- -
and Touchers as Administrator of I
GOLD PENS; Councilmen Canova then submitted the RECEIVED Schooner JeyOak. 'II
SALE
FOR IN
him to imagine our present boatmen corn pa- Knives,Razors,Scissors, Shears. fee.. a splendid JUST I lbs Ground Zinc, much LAND FLORIDA. the estate of CALVIN READ 4eoesed to .the
let of Ladies' Fans. Combs, Brushes, Ice.; following: best"White Lead, and cheaper; & isfmQ Acre, situated en the head wafTS Hon. Judge ol frobato of Dmral County, -forSnal
table, either in rauk or complexion, with PORT MONEYS PERFUMERY Be n ordained by the Intendant and Councilme 609 lbs Pare Union White l* d: .,JLVCP of Halifax river, Orange county, settlement! of said estato ;aad also apply for jjj I''

their predecessors, Alfred, Jim, &c. and many other articles too numerous to men / the Turin oj Jacksonville That the Ginger Wine-. the best article far debility East Florida, 44 miles south of St. Augustine. letters diamiasory.. a S. !

As to the suggested inprovemenC in tion. Icr-The public are invited to call. ordinance passed on the 22.1 day of June and Dyspeptic persons now in use; bounded oa ,the North by lands Of J.J. Below Admr. Estate EMERYi of C.Res4. t !
(0-Watcuej and J ewslry repaired at short notice last with regard to &!de walks be and the Chrome Yellow;Chrome Green; Frown'sBlistering deceased and on the south by lands now or lately 4cksoaTi3e.JaneI7.1853. 6m J
our largest banner viz : to add to the wordsof ,and .& is Tissue; Adhesive" Plaster; the property of the Marquis de Fergeand. The -. ..'
same hereby repeated.Yeas
Gen. Scott" I have nerved the Union fur Jacksonville, Sept. 11. IS5 With many other'articles-Hnaking*my. greater portion of said lands are covered with a Notice I 1&i
; and nays being ordered. resulted as Stock complete growth of Live Oak and Cedar and are well WEEKS, after date I will apply to tae :o'

forty-odd years" the following -for titt tri- Dissolution of Co-Partnership. follows I ., All of'which a trc a th lowest adapted to the cultivation of Sugar Cane and the SX of too Circuit Court and ex ofieio Jidn :r-
Yeas Messrs. rates,roi CASH. Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cotton. for Letters Y
decline Co-partnership heretofore existing be- Buffington, Cooper, Ca .Probate of Administration with tbe t
fling sum of$300,000, we must oak THE the undersigned under the name and nova, and Townsend. 'I V JNO. M. PAYE' Lying on a navigable stream for fiat boats of Will annexed on the Estate of Jiiha Delays lato ;

Ing it simply because it is false. We can style of Alsep It Boars, has been this day dissolved Nays-Son*. Ia.ksoni-ifle.. Ang. 194f __ /I. three feet draft of water, these lands are conveniently Columbia county, deceased' ', !Ir'
situated for forwarding :
produce. july.l ,GEo.S.Jl 1lBEItT.
assure the M Ancient City" writer that it.omission by mutual consent.WILLIAM ALSOP, Oa motion by Councilman Buffington, the Tin,,Copper and Sheet Ion For terms apply to C. DREW, i jp

: accidental" Council then aJ urnt'd. At this Office-or to priDie.WIUT' CO&N t.
was by no means J. H. H. BOUKS. WORKER.iTtM W. CORlI.-7001I1uhels ,
C. DOWNING Tan.--
either purelf or impurity. It would be Jacksonville. September 15,IS5 Attest F. CLAY- BARRETT, ", perform I August 15-tf ,JAMES HANHAtt.jatT .'B.7.It.
All persons indebted to the late firm are requested Clerk of Council. en kinds of pa iiprco \ IronWork .. .
in accordance with neither Whig principle _ _ ii' : *
to call and make payment, otherwise -- ---- 'I ,inch .to of light Notice.mIlE doort Easl efpeflecnsss* It Fmegs isi

or practice. Honesty and truth they con their accounts will be left in the hands.of an attorney SHERIFF'S SA LEeWILL ._-culinary UteDl making and repainngTintTtttters OATS-600 bashels Heavy White -OATS;
for COUeet.i D. sep S-4t be sold M the Court House, in Jack- and fo Houses, Tin Ro finr.Tia -parthsrihipExIsting between the sub- sale by JAMES. B.&NUA)!.
aider the best policy, and are ""'/' willing on the first Monday in October sal Zinc and *1I dot work ,.L seriber and William Nettles, ia driving beef June 17 ., [ ." BayetrWti5BOI.S. :
WINDOW GLASS PUTTY. Cln famines,. Cattle,having been dissolved oa the first day olSeptember. .
to leave the opposite course to those If next a negro WomanJ&ne,1eied upon, u th.pro."y appertaining to his .i b 1 > Boxes Window Gu
40 ,assorted sises.; of Alary, Dewses, under execution,ia eouUdwithpromptneweJidaespateh.. himself responsible for contrasts sinee .85,a.a.ALCOHOL. /
WOprcterit. .400 lbs best Bladder Putty. Thos. or for any madsandsrtheaamsof
Jones, ( ft> Orders
favor of w. deceased'israinjr root fo a1 .mo U thsLxUfirm.Nnr Just receincl and for sale by. '
But the chief For sale low for cash. Circuit Comrt of Dual Co ,State of !1orid& aae t. :2. $ ,
: jot tosprito the above efJnjloo JNO. M. o..t.i"-51'Z / 'JOHN. 'BROWN. J01lN.A.'MAYD. .
PAYNE GEO.il SMITH Sheriff.D.C.
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uits ,_ Riret Jm 19,1883. ?
exceptive allusion to the "mof A..; 13-tf A* 234,1852.. W-td-i ; '! 'y' : cs-1.JacksotrrDJ, ''

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r;4r' ;' THE ; .REPUBLICAN cede from 'the- Union- which, she' voluntarily- 'VEB"STEn'S' DICTIONAET i11IiKDVFAIiS1OIIE.rI Fohiett's 1 to tab those much pleur may to reConirnen&your The3j.V-. '

.t...' ".:,. IS rCBUSHED: : IVERTUVB51AY.- A'IJaksony1I1e.Du'rs1 entered into, whenever, in her j dgment the a Yar &e., b lmlgl N DA .
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. interests and preservation of re- To ,ES1. \
COdRI7E.F.by PoieU
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at his Store,
THE WORK 'UIE subscriber it opening,
ENTIRE now
it. This is which the UNABRIDGED, '
quire a right has in
COLUMBUS DREW. assortment of I
general
onForayth-street, a
."., > V common with Florida and every other I .l.Crovrn Qur of 145apc.. J. ]: Dar Sir I aI JAcJoNz,1un entrly 2,18.

.i.*. TMMS.-Three Dotlirs per annum, payable State: She'has a right, and shoul be permitted try-Containing THREE TIME matter found U Mother DRUGS, OILS, PAINTS, tai thanks to you Iou"INDjA e

'- .:::&. Pon ordering the Paper. to withdraw ; it may Enjliih compiled in Uiii eooouTCIUIHXD /. AND disenseand: ," it .eel the best 1 hao eves ud, for &
in
!'-'j '1. :ubariJ'tos,if not paid before the expiration happen otherwise, and the Federal authorIties B' t<' x OP O fl. H (as & c public. hapy ours, rcmmndg It&the
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.?yj of the year, are charged 94.. may have become so debauched by their 0. & C. Merriam, Spred Mm, &CESTJY'ELC WITH GREAT CARS. 'rrI. GEORGE

?.:V Advertisements will b inserted a the following 1 overgrown and ill-gotten power, that they 4'.I M T CIT NEW TO- To E. PoinseU, Esq. tOULtR.

: *.*; rates: One Dollar square (of twelve linei) for may attempt to restrain her in the Union by lie invites the attention of Merebant Phyjicianii Having for ] much BATOH ISLAND, St. John'.
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force. When that comes, THEN, TESTIIONIAL8.tEtoca and the community, to wih the Bah 1
? Stek.
ubse-
, the first, and for I"DEED1.1. the I
>it Seventy-Five Cent every will time to the Augl
\V part tvrptusa'any ting that the articles exmination colection'of
\ COME THE "TUG OF c assurance b Dear Sir i This will
';.;* quest insertion. To yearly Advertisers a liberal we are much mistaken in the Southern people &e d 1 Englith Language.* fresh, of prime quality, and at a low prices South a varionj medicinal plants, peculiar my children were dangerously infor ill yon with that the three, of


,"L ."-* mcnti (except by persons having a running account equivocal one. As for oursclf, in the lan country. -Hfi OPFEIIS this medicine has acquired a knowledge in this almost everything I. used for

7.'' t. with the office) must be paid for previous to publi- branch which is rarely obtained by those disease, buL all to no efet A friend of mine the
of of Carolina's Ol t
one own gallant I Tobacco & ,
guage sonlwbo Chewing Cigars Liquorlud"Vlue commended
me r
try Medicine
whose alone i is botanical and tl yonr eaji
; ". cation. object discovery
Pine ,
of Cutlery
was sent in command a sloopofwar Stationery DAN LOXECUS" 1 proe.jmrd I.

.; .. Persons a a distance can govern their remltf' to blockade the port of Charleston in a Jewelry, &c., .tc. classification.Until to say that 1J Bottles of it U-an I _

\ lances advcrtibing,by the following rates: 1 Former contest with the Federal Govern The LADIES will find, be thinks, many articles present year, he has had no of mr children-hoping your valuable Medicin.
adapted to their wants and of which he thought of compounding a botanical remedy may genera ly nown, that
One months tntes-al all
twelve lines ix that
WE
: square ( ) published ment, "WHEN IT COMES TO FIGHTING, be s
will be glad to exhibit and U. himself, his labors having been directed tote aicted with ths disease may have m1
tor 10
J i 0 WILL CHOOSE THE SIDE TO FIGHT_UPON. june 24- JOHN M. PAYNE. of orders from abroad. and safe remedy, Your truly, .Ca
Two for fix months, 15 --- ----- _-- fling JAMES
-. luar1 0 U Entry icholar knows its value." ThE in which he has been led to To E. Poinzett LTIR
AGENCY BUFFINGTOCT HOUSE. ESI.
: Legal and other Business Cards, lr an. 10 0
place himself in his present position is
"..'' ',, .Notices to debtors and creditors, 7 0 FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON SPMMEU .ACCOMMODATION.PERMANENT follows:-A personal friend afflicted with a JACKSONVILLE, July 30, 1831.

,' 4. Application fur Icttergof administration, 50 7VL12 or transient sojourner in Dysentery, having failed of obtaining relief cine Dear Sir: I bavo tried your very ?aIuable Med.

".. .:;. Notice of Apvliealtan for diwii
-: $IO 0 NEAR WILLARH'S HOTEL, PENNSYLVANIA AVFtr, 4' A very valuable -work- a NECESSITX 1 to the season, for single persons or families,at the him thus-"It is said that every soil and ever known or head dangerous of. My disoo that I have

:: ':.. For announcement candidates for office: 5 0 Continues to give his prompt attention to the ar XYZBT EDUCATED UAH. BUFFINGT HOUSf. clime produces an antidote for diseases peculiar about two years, had suffered Ion dught aged
of claims before Congress This commodious was completed was
and
.t '' : : No announcement will be made unless the same rangemcnt or any of prosecution the Executive epartments.la .- and prepared for estbllllment Boarders oh to the locality ; if so, you, with your a duced Bottle to or almost a skeleton.an. I,tre rt r-or

; z. be accompanied with the amount charged. ( ns arising from the Revolutionary, Florida, the first day of October last,-the building having i knowledge of the field and wood, must it bas acted youv"INDA:LOXECST ad

4': : : Editorial notices for private benefit \"i be or Mexican wars; Invalid, Re\'olutonar Half- received an addition of about five hundred know of something to ." proving and lke char. 1m.
seen llueTe ,,
Widows' ; feet front,with piazzas running the entire length, may by who do not ho.
or LV
. ,. ., charged double the rate of advertising. pay ; Army The reply was, that he was acquainted RwpectfuDy
I'onnty Land or Scrip, under law of Feb. 11, front and rear, making it a comfortable as any ,
..' Religious,Obituary,and:Marriage notices,will l 47or August 10, 18-IS; Arrearages of Pay and Dcton6r* House in the South ; and affording accommodations with the properties of some plants and roots To E. A. v. COLYL .

': -. '. be published grats. Mileage.due returning Volunteers; Claims for for over one hundred and fifty persons. which he believed would have the desired Poinset ES1.

.. "' Communications must be post paid. Horse lost and other Property destroyed ; Kxivi.cincurred The subscriber would say more particularly to effect ; and animated with friendship, he set ST. Nicuo .,',July 37,
181.
: :. .. bv Volunteers before being mustered those visiting the South for health, and the benefit the of medicine immedi Deal iI: ThL Is
about two
: -____ _- -_-_._.---- .0---. ..__ -- and received into service ; \V.gg n-ma of our delightful climate, ho ha hail an eye to preparation a your Medicine called te"INDr4N LOXECU5"as "of
The material was gathered his
:, Fro the Jutksonrtlle XrtriofJunt Tlh, 1851. ter and Teamsters' claims; .Mariues', sior, their especial oomfor and has made hi arrangements ately. by permanently curedToE.Poinsett.Esq.two ofour Negroes,ofa
&o.. &e. to make al may give him a call,comfortable own hands, and then carefully compounded.It vere Diarb a. I tae pleasure in s

* Acquiescence. Having all the forms necessary for a proper .AGES WILL SLAPS before any other Dies and cared for. was completely successful-the cure was your valuable Medcinea being without recommending doubt

:. presentation of claims, together with the rules tionary of the Language will be reqnIre4"IL G9: The Tallahassee Stage Agency i at this effected. The fame of this cure, spreading one or the remedies for this

.. ". : The doctrine of acquiescence in the mea- and regulations governing the different Departments House. circle of friends, induced frequent that I have heard or or seen. Your di
, SAMUEL BUFFINGTON. among : trnlk
he is prepared to undertake all claims, of w. O.
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of the misnamed .4 jlstment, to TC- applications for the medicine, until, to avoid :cL .
lure what kind meyer, that may require the services March 18, 1851.-6m. PROPRIETOR.
-i hemently urged by the SubmissioniMs of the I .fan Agency at place. the trouble of making a pieparation each June

present day, IS THE MOST F.XTRAORIMNARY -1 Particular uitenliongiven to the proper settlement D., of Sotad author of Astonishing Intelliseiice! time, a quantity was made up and kept on Dear Sir I have JACJSOVILL.used 9th, 1S3I.

.. .. AND HERETICAL: DOCTRINE of Quartermasters'accounts. U ," etc. The Cash System Adopted hand to give away, without a thought of in my family, and have found your it Indian a Lox.enrt

0; .:: }:VER PROMULGED! IN NORTH AMERICA Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount. .Its reputation, ia widely extended. I doubt at the new GROCER & PROVISION STORE accepting a remuneration. More than one remedy for iarrhcea. I take great very pleasure valuable
claimed and the extent services "*
. required.All of the Subscriber, in the city of it
; : SINCE ITS FIRST COLONIZA recommending to the
public.
., communications, to insure insertion, must not this edition ha received e8ent ipve Jacksonville !! hundred cures were effected. At length, by
; Respectfully, J.-E.
TION. InJeed, othing at all comparable) be dee -1-tf meats from the able of TOWNSEND
, post paid hd pae received and large the advice of friends, and tired the inroads Egber Poinsett, .
just opened my .sq.JACI'OVILL
:: with it has been advanced, either in this through. HAVING Stock of Good, selected with made upon his time andfmrse,he determined I .
AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
".: .. country or in great Britain, since the idea of I express reference to the demands of this larke to manufacture the mecicine for sale, conscious E. Fla., May 17, ]81.

'". tacit obedience" and "non-resistance" was AGENCY 1 take pleasure in informing the citizens : that what had proved a blessing to a Dear ir This may certify to you that 1. ha V 1

. exploded by the heroism of John Hampden CITY O} WAShINGTON, place and surrounding country, that they are now few* could not lose its virtues from being negro arrhoea girl suffering under a severe attack
I low for CASH the of
for sale at remarkably use one bottle
ready rates of
. ', :. all his compatriots. It is another melancholy UNPKH the direction of AARON IIAIGI1T only! An enumeration of the multitudinous articles offered to the many, or from having its mercantile preparation called "Indian Loxccust" effeetaallr your

I :. ;' evidence of a retrograde tendency 4n GA11RETTSON ofNcw fork SNKT11EN, and \VO11THIXGTON 11 BEST DEFINING DICTIOMABT in the EnglishLanguage. with which my Store is supplied is deemed price, instead of beiug gruftitous cured her, and I won1 take this method of re.
of New
t of politicians towards the despotic ." : suffice it to every commending it a very valuable Medicine
,.w : many! Orleans, Attorneys and Oounsellors of the Supreme unnecessary say This, thenj-is; the origin ofPOINSETT'S Yours a
:: I sentiments of the monardiMs Europe, and Court of the United States. thing (save dry goods) desired in the way of INDIAN LOXECUST. JVlr. igbcrt truly Poinsctt., JOHN BRANTLEY.
. : '. shows that the sentiment of individual liberty This establishment is the Familysupplies. II. T. TITUS. ?
formed for
: following /tcat Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 19, lS-2.-tf. He does not enter the fielJ as a competitorfor
. :. : so dear to our fathers of the Revolution -: objects: public favor in the ranks of Quackery.He JACKSONVILLE, July 2S, 1351 ,
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,. fast belief in the 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of and a just Dear Sir: Sometime since I (
: : is being displaced by a u ACCUUATH BILlABLE 1 giving has no dreams of building a splendid was attacked with
up
the United States and .
. conducting professional CLINCH HOUSE. a severe Diarrhoea
-so severe that I
"divine right" of the people's being ruled business before Congress. exhibition of the Language. fortune from pills and potions. Yet he doe= tend to my bniiness. I was could not at-

.. :; by somebody, and ruled in such a way as 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims THE SUBSCRIBER, not profess to be so disinterested a philanthropist your "I.DILOXECUST.recommended." 1 procured to tf

"'. ,' -i-_ best to suit the convenience of those in au- in law or equity, against the United States be- a having recently opened j as to offer his medicine for the public Bottle i. same time two members on ot

. :. thority, and without the slightest regard to fore Congress or the execlhv Departments, or the above House, would re.ipeeuuity solicit good alone.. He wishes and hopes to realize my famiy"ero afflicted with the same disease!
Governments before ,
against foreign Boards of the of the Thereare : \'e medicine from the !
'. the rights, liberties, or interests of those patronage public. one Bottle
; fair for his labor and the
.. Commissioners. a return expo and I
six am now happy to inform
time five
this to
at some rooms unoccupied, that
j ', whom it ma} be deemed necessary to sacrifice 3 For the settlement of accounts with the which he has been He us you i cured
several of the same with fire places. The .-e i.se to subjected. al entirely. We are now all well and hearty
: : :"'.'' for the sake of that convenience. State, Treatny, 'ar,1a\'y, l'olt Office, and is within one hundred and fifty yards of lou? offers no universal remedy for "the ills that the use of only one Bottle of you Valuable
** Who before ever heard in our country Interior Departments, the remission wharves. The is Medicine. Yours
MOST Office and undersigned Agentfor flesh is heir to," but simply claims to have truly,
' -*, of finespenalties, and forfeitures, for allegedviolation "THE COMLE ACCAT four horse Coach and two horse TDWTHY I
. ; of a who was to the policy Gon. Scot's HARRIS.
' y person opposed of the revenue, post office, or other AND RELAL DICONAY TH Hack ,both leaving for Ocala semi-week discovered a remedy in the vegetable king.om To E. Poinsett, Esq.r .
& : or justice of a measure, being required to
: ; laws. For further apply at the offices of for a certain kind of disease; firmly
:.: '.,, acquiesce" in that measure, merely because 4. For securing letters patent fo inventionsfrom ly.the J acksonville Republican particulars and New?. believing that when he says it will cure, he Sir-Soma Mandari Fla., Oct. J, ]8. 1
. : the the United States or from foreignovern- I was on a
: it had been adopted by majority FOR JAMES ASKEW.
: ri
but what the of that medicine
ments and land warrants speaks name your place, ad was suddenly taken
procuring' and pensions sick.
, ', 1 TilE: TIME BEING: Has it come to this, that Palatka, January 8, 1852. tf in the Seminole dialect Your Indian Lozecust very
under the pension laws of the United purports -THE TRUTH was recommended. The
\adouo _,, __ ______ .
but I
; the are not only to govern, are rnn.thnt r ., : : L L
majority States. PRESERVED .UQV& .<> nciuug 10 nave DO
.,::. to rule without opposition !-without having 3. For collections generally, embracing debts, tie of it in the house, and uppuel, and ,

S f: their measures examined or questionedThis legacies, and inheritances, in the United States Fresh Clams, Lobsters & Salmon. 'FOIIEff'S IllI T:" sure. in informing you that it cured taerlea-

,..: is a doctrine, we arc sure, no portion of and foreign count riCs. 9h TIE subscriber has on hand,just received from I averse to having my name in print,but still,for
:; 6. For the purchase and sale of land in any of a supply of the above-named luxuries LOX the benefit of those that may be ,you can
:-.? : the American people are yet prepared to the States or Territories of the and loaning in Cans, put up for keeping. They are perfectly THE MOST CERTAIN i publish this if you think it acted

: '.;.:.. "acquiescence11 in when applied to them- moneys on mortgage of real estate lying fresh, and will continue for a long time in REJIEDYOR THE OF i iI Yours with resct necesa.,

: selves, and which never would have been therein. I state of preservation, being hermetically scaled. I HARTLEY.
attempted to be applied to any portion of 7. For investment of funds in United States Stt They are aft excellent article for family use, being CHRONIC DIARRHOEA Dr E Poinsett, Jacksonville Fla.
\ and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends fine relish for a regular meal or for luncheon.
them except those of the unfortunate, corrupted thereon, and, generally for the transactionof Senate. They a are unseasoned, BO that seasoning can be AND Gravelly Hin:Oct.2 1851.

,.1. divided, and we fear doomed South. all business pertaining to I law, loan, and applied according to taste. For sale, at 50 cents Dear Sir: Your Indian Loiecost is med.
t The have made their minds by S. S. TYLER, DYSENTERYWhich icine. Some tim since I purchased a from
,: majority up banking agency. per can A ,M. Reed, btt
All communications addressed, to Monroe, between Pine and Laura sts. Esq., your agent,and one
that the South is to be sacrificed this being postpaid
... '. ; Messrs. l': lmcr & Snethen. American and For may 27 3t. Jacksonville. has ever been presented to the i of my negroes that had suffered very much froma
; foregone conclusion, we are not to be per- President the United States. publc.i severe attack of Dysentery.
cured Soonafterwards
a eign Agency, city "Washington, will receive o It stands upon its own merits, and I I i.
had
: :, milted even to discuss the measures by which and faithful attention.l'ALMKrt&. NEW BAEER7 another ne attke th
. prompt James W. puffing. K3"lT HAS NOT FAILED TO CURE same disease. I ,
Bryant ,
this object is to be brought about, under penalty SSETIIEX, cured him also. puhd.othr btte &d
: ':' of denunciation and proscription. Already Office No.5 Carroll Place, CapitolUi. ATTORNEY .AND COUJ'EJLAAT-I."", Bread, Pies and Cakes. IN A SINGLE INSTANCE.3 I do not hesitate a moment in

we see this despotic decree being car- Juy3. _._ Will (except when business may require his ab THE co-partnership heretofore existing be mIlS Valuable preparation is compounded your Indian Loxecnst to the public,recommending being the
--- -- from the State attend to Professional in the a
;; : Hed out to the letter. The most intelligent sence ) appointments Myers and Coopman, conductof frol several medicinal roots growing in the most certain remedy for that 1 have .
-f Land in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit Dysenter
and been
Bounty General dissolved
Agency the Baking business, having ,
": \VilJs of It is ELY and ever used. or of. If
,.. : ii- and ratrioti portion of our people are wo- of Florida, and in the Federal Court for the the subscibcr desires to make known to the public Fordn. I for WJOLY the this. head you seprryouC
Vegetable, publish
ESPECIALLY cure
driven from all Federal Washington, D. C. Northern District of Florida. You tU
;: offices that he will hereafter carry on said business singly. of the above disease. The Inventor and Proprietor .

.. and deprived of Federal patronage ; in short, JOSEPH T. WALKER will give prompt HE WILL ALSO ACT AS AGENT He ba made full preparations to supply the town is fully convinced tht it is an invaluable Dr E Poinsctt,Jacksonville. ULSPRIC. :

.:*-"" ..:-: they are men, and for no other attention to the BOUNTY for general Business in the State, respecting and other purchasers with very excellent BREAD, Medicine. In fact the that he has given it
.* mark unsubdued LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged grants and donations of lands, and the location PIES and CAKES, which he is now delivering in the town in which he resides, and the astonishing Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. ,]81.
*', cause tan they are yet in the FLouin.v WAR, or in either of the INDIANWAKU or selling thereof. regularly at the houses of customers. success with which it has met, warrants Dr E Poinsett-Sir: This is t(* certify I
. ''. ; and raise their voice in defence of in which the U. States have been engaged, He takes this opportunity of expressing his: him in saying that it is a POSITIVE CURE. have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhoea
:. I. Southern riehts. or the War with Great Britain of 1812-to; ALSO AS AGENT thanks for the liberal evidences of cneouragement He has therefore come to the determination to by the use of your most valuable medicine called
for the collection of Claims the United
.: ., '. lint to return to this revived doctrine of clil on' the IT.States fop MH.ITATIVSLTPUES ","V'l' tatcs for Military or other upon pensions, which he has already received,and, wbie respectfully place it within the reach of all, knowing how many Indian Losccnst, after suffering for more than 12 ,
s, IXVf PJ-O ';; T &C., and to scvices. a continuance of the feel war month with that distressing I take plea
I nonresistance" and tacit obedience." We Jc:510 furnished volunteers, horses or asking suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous dia.
which
the bread ho
::'. ". would ask what any dc buiinebs requiring an Agent or dupple lost, for which the United States for .ofers.. Disease, particularly i the Southern and sue recommending your Table medicine
was the reply when our Attorney)' at Washington. procuring Lund property qualities unsurpassed in all the esnhaL go Western States.In to all similarly afflicted.

.. forefathers, before the Revolution, were required arants, his charge will be $). In other cases is liable. Dallneu.-J.. B. will also to make the staff of life paataLle, pure, and purchasing my Indian X.oxccust" be 1 remain yours truly,
: the charge will be to the nature and 03-Forelgn wholesome. He will continue use best flour, J.JOHNSON.
to submit to the Stamp Act and Tea proportioned attend to the collection of Claims and other Professional particular and took for my written signature on V
difficulty of the which with personal experience in the art of Ba- of Jacksonville
cose. i the label. ,N. C.
Formerly
Tax 1 Did they ignobly because it Business, England and on the Continent -
acquiesce lie willalao act in connection with Agents or i king, justifies him i promising his customers I refer the public below to a few certificates selected
was "the best they could get," and hold Attorneys in Florida, who may be employed in Europe. good Bread, &c. from among many received from r CLIO FLA., Oct. 6, 1S1.
:: : i' jubilees because they had not been taxed Bounty Laud and other claims, on terms which { -During his absence Florida., JOHX W. PRICE, Es
:. ,:.f six cents a pound on Tea instead of three may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be will act in his stead in in of the town supplied at an early hour EGBERT POINSETT. cured one of my men of a long standing,
, : ... post paid will receive immediate attention. A/!'dressJacksonvile.Eat Florida. every day. Price 3 cents per loaf.HENRY obstinate Diarb .-From its complete and cer- 1
and because the Stamp Act was no worse June 5. lawtf. COOPMAN. P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable tain efficacy where all other medicines failed

. ... .' DID THEY NOT RATHER RESIST-AY, UNTO New Goods ,New Goods may 27 t Medicine Every family ought to keep it I take pleasure in recommending it &h most
SECESSION-UNTO REVOLUTION 1- V on.hand. valuable medicine. Yours, &e.,

; ..:: And in after years, when the majority passed $100,000 SAVED !! &3 At Wholesale and Retai- To DrUggist ville.A. M. REED, principal .Agent for Jackson To Dr. E. Poinsett. T. E. BUC I'

r the Alien and Sedition laws, did not the minority FI/JEINPEAKL STREET and Fletcher JUST RECEIVED, direct a Apothecaries, Perfumers, Confectioners, Patent
InI" headed b Jefferson and Madison, Three Stores and their S Assortment of Fashionable Spring Medicine Factors, and Dealers in 'Jacksonville,NOT. 1 1551. .
) contents destroyed. Deeds before words Dress Goods, of French, British, and American,. TESTIMONIALS. Mr. E. Poinsctt-Dear Sir: I take in
: RESIST UNTO NULLIFICATION, and KICH'S SAFES AGAIN Manufacture,comprising in part- Toilet and Fancy Articles. expressing to pler

:",., \t' finally triumph: in their effort to restore the ELEVEN SAFES of different makers consumed. French oil col'd Ginghams, American do. THE PRACTICAL AbVlSEU or, Com SEVEN CASES CURED !!! Loxicust as a you family my approbation medicine. of I have your used Indian it
Constitution .When National Banks, Protective with their contents! The Safe made by Rich& French, English, and American Prink of over One Recipes, for I with good Yours

:-I Tariffs, Bankrupt Laws, Internal Improvement -, Co.do tied the flames and brought out its contents Furniture and Chintz Muslins, Fig'd, and Pl LawI the Confectioners u of Druggists, Patent, Apothecaries.Medicine factors Perfumers and, Six Mir E CREEK,FLA., Dec. 9,13ol. sccess. resctfuly'I.. .
j without mark of fire them !
i.LL Laws, and the Sub-Treasury, became a upon Do. Jackoncts, and Fig'd Swiss MusCambric Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Articles. Edited by Mr Poinsctt, Jacksonville, Nov. 17.1851. i
-: the settled policy of the majorities for JMU. GILBERT'S. LETTER. lins, 'li HORACE EVERETT, Graduate and Member of the SIR : For the benefit of the afflicted you can lr.loisett-Ths will infor you that for
FLETCHER AND and J and checked College of Pharmacy in the city of New-York. publish the following have had seven cases of
the time being, was it thought of or TIE FIRE IN PEARL STS., N. Y. akonets plain Diarrhea much at different 1
Silk Tissues rich Also-The celebrated Recipe of Professor Wil- on my plantation this season ; all of times from Chronic
At. NEW'OR Dec. 20, 151.Messrs. Fig'd Berages, very Diarrhoea. I have tried
_ _ demanded that the minorities cease pat which have been cured the of most your
shoul STEAKNS and & successors to C. terns, lard, for making good Soap at one cent per pound, by use your Indian Loxecuat, and received entire relief,
'Isd. their opposition to those No- Kicu & Co., JVo. 116 Water Street,New York.SIRS .- JFldo Black Silk, very cheap, Marsclincs that will wash better and quicker, without labor, valuable medicine called Indian Loxecust. and have no reason to doubt its being a permanent.

. i those minorities were distributed at the North when the fire was consuming my place of and Florence Silks, of every color, than any other Soap ever manufactured. This Yours respectfully, JOHN PRICE, Jr. Believing i to be a duty which I owe to the af

: t and the South, and were allowed their con Business, Xo. 216, Pearl Street, I was abscnt in Crape Shawls, plain and embroidered, alone is worth fifty times the price of the book to STILL ANOTHER. flicted, 1 present you this certificate, which you .
;* stitutional of of Kcnsslacr County, testing a new apparatus Paris Kid Gloves,Black and col'd Lace Mils, any family. Exclusive wholesale agent for the can use n you think proper. I will also ,
: privilege "liberty speech"and United Slates and Canada, Black Creek, Fla., Feb. 1st, 1S52. say
: in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher, Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, that in conversing with many who have used your ;
: "freedom of discussion, But it has and did not read the account until I was fearful it Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters, II. W. LANDOD, Dear Sir-Some time since a member of may medicine, I have not found one who did not receive i

rJ $ been reserved for this.question of slavery, in was too late to ave my books which were placedin Bronze-tipped Bootees. Opera Gaiters, 100 Nassau-street, N. Y. family was very ill, indeed, with a Diarh a. I relief. I
: ._.r which the South alone has been thrown into one of your safe, purchased from Mr. .J/arvin Single Ties, Buskins, Slippers, &c. Price, 50 ents. Post Office Stamps enclosedto resorted to several things usually: given for the JOHN C- LET

i jl .4 .,. : the minority, herein a new rule is to be some )'ear ago. My fears were not allayed whenI The most approved styles of Spring Bonnets, that amount will pay for one copy, which will Disease, but none of them would afford uny re1 1 Pastor Methodist Church, Jacksonville.
j.v Do. Children's Hats Bonnets, be sent free to any part of the United States. lief. Your Indian Loxccust
. found it necessary upon my return to apply the Sik richlytrimmed was recommended
C adopte and denunciation and proscription Croton Water 40 hours before I was enabled to and of latest fashion, Stationers, Booksellers, Newspaper Agents, &c., by several persons; 1 made up my mind to try it, Jacksonville,Dec. 4th 1851. I

t t..,11 substituted in the place of argu commence operations; after which it required 54 French Flowers, rich Bonnet Ribbons. enclosing I cash remittnceYi receive the workat and am very glad I did so, as one Bottle effected Dr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: Three parts of a

. ment" hours of labor and 8 application to raise the Salamander Gtntlemtn't Wear a large dscount of. april 15 a cure. You will please publish this-as sucha Bottle of your most valuable medicine called Indian

, .'., Sj':.. S S S from its ashy o may judge of my Boots,Gaiters, and Shoe, valuable Medicine ought to be known to L ecut has entirely relieved me of a severe

,;.: But we have pursued this far anxiety during this delay, and ray agreeable surprise Ready made Clothing,a splendid. assortment, Notice.TO the public. Spread it far and near in order that a. I cheerfully recomd
; : ubjcc UIOI opening the safe in the prcsenc of a some very fine. THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS) the afflicted may find relief. Yours, &c., your medicine to those similarly aic&d
;i' enough for the present; we probably number of gentlemen, find and ELIJAH BUTCH. With q.
t my papers Country Icrcbant supplied for cash, on terms OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE respc your
I. 4: .: .. refer to it hereafter. Take ttn any point saved and legible as they were previous to equal to prices. The country public THE REVOLUTION. To Dr E Poinsctt. ANDRE\VS. ,
i --
. ,' .,r qview., DOCTRINE OF the fire. The intense heat to which the Safe was are solicited to call and examine Goods and
I. :..I. 'i. TiE AND.CQVIiSCECE I subjectd. can be conjectured from the condition the Brick Cash Stor.. prices. BY a recent Act of Congress, ofcr and sol JACKSONVILLE. F., August 15th, 1331. For the Afflicted.
;.. : A MOKSTRODS ONE; WHEN APPLIED (who have not entitledto
I,I .* .:. TO THE MEASURES OF THE safe, [not a Salamander] of which an OAt L. B. AMERMAN.. BOUNTY LAND, for services of one monthor Dear Sir: This will inform you that one bottle COUGH SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarette
, : iron skeleton frame only remained,and not a vestige of. medicine, called INDIAN '
4' t' your LoxEcusr, has and Consurnptlcflepat.Ie
t; ADJUSTMENT more; the widows, and minor children of those !
BECOMES HIDE of a book. They were companions in the permanently cured two of Pills of the Liver
11 JOSEPH my negroes of a severe dorangeiuenis Spleen,
:, .' ;t OUS IN ITS office the second floor from which GRIOE deceased, are also entited. The Subscriber,wilt
,
:: DEf'ORlUTY game on they undertake at attack of Dysentery. I consider it an excellent &o.; Tonic Pil and Bitr frtho Dyspeptic;
the
,..to'-l'. fell upon crates of earthern ware in the cellar, the General Commission claims of those interested.0 10derate Having compensation been medicine for thia complaint, and take great plea Ant&lgie Tinctures, for.the

.. .p't ,.(, From the News of May, 1851. rucl safe upon the Salamander. If their posi 86 WATER ST., NEW llerchant in public office for several years, his employed sure in recommending it to the public.Itcspectfuhly relief of Nephntic, Utarine,Rheumatic and gouty
been reversed not the experience
t:. :p' bod even skeleton STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale in such matters will him to afford yours, pains; Potnitetme Pill, and Mixtures,for ar
i'., :'. .ddm( the Smaliem Ri&tt Convention at would have remaned.ly loss over the insurance all articles of produce entrusted to his care, o facilities to enabe LAND AND PENSIONS great S. D. FERNANDEZ. tug speedily, (cito, tuto jeeund ) Deuu ad
. -
.: .'e 4'- Calk.O to Iht Swthtrn Hi"hit Auocia.ttont U $1, of my books in and all orders promptly complied with. To Mr.E. Poinsctt. other discharges from the urinary organs Styptic
and them
."'/t oter State*. your Salamander, with the representatives of _sp29tfPekin save a great dea of troubl fornterine and other Htonhage Anrihydropioal -
and e pense.Vbere he o "THERE IS NO "
: $10,0 and important documeul which could FAIL IN IT. Ointments, Powders and PoLos. foj reducing
"'-t; L'e: publish on our first page this has compensated me. Tea charge is lae. All letters post-paid will receive dropsical for
; :.t which we commend to ihe AJdes8 It will afford me great pleasure t exhibit the Company Warehouses, prompt and the necessary forms and St. John's Beach Fla., Feb.5th, 1852. diseases of the swelng Pi ;

.i: ) :! our readers. Emanating as attntion from tale purchased you,and explain it merit 76 and 77 Fulton, t..New York. Instructions sent.C.. Dar ir-1aying. used your most valuable Alterative Fills.for the renovation ofhe constitution -
: a W. BENNETT
Att'y.
No. Pearl called
at Indian Lexecustwith.
Pills
my present for
: Convention ofc 21 wbee THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY has complet ; dysentery and
t '}' composed of about four hundred shall remain ui building, No. 216 is been established Washington, D. C. success in may family,.i feel it a dujy I you diarrhoea; Magie and'Embrocations,for
; : ".: '" and fifty delegates, from all portions of the erected. YOUTH respectfully, always maintained many a high years, and ha October,1850. tf and the public to inform you that myself and twochildren the speedy relief tncturcl nerols affections, especially
reputation
;: State, we lake U as an authoritative JOSEPH G. GILBERT. for of the most delicious have'bon cured of severe Diarrhoea those of females; Disinfectant and ProphylectieWashes
character
, :t l\ enunciation mar"the determination and will of The undersigned invite country merchants and and fragrancy'ea, and at prices which have in every GEORGE H. SlUITJ. CO. with it,when nothing else-would give us relief.- (the former seeureagthistinfectioa,and

; .::: : the: people of South Carolina. WE other interested In the preservation of their books instance given satisfaction. The Tea are warranted AUCTIONEERING COlMISSrON Publish this if you please Yours, tfROWtf. the latter neutralizes,by a chemical process,any
MAT
.4 ;. from fire, [but those MERCHANTS CHAS. vicus with which chance
one
having and be
: .' KOtf particularly llch'ssael pure, may returned they do not contagious may t
' .'.J.. TAD J 1 A 'I"IED-FAC' THAT THE in use] t cal depot 146 Water stret, prove to be a they are represented.- The Teas JACKSONVILLE. FLA. To Dr E Poinsctt. come in contact;) Colia Syrups,for children;D
: ': t STATE OF SOI/TH CAROLINA WILL WITHDRAW York, le the interior of Mr. Gilbert'ssafe by are done in 1-4 for swellings,
lol thi Company up lb., 1.2 May 6th, 1S31. cutent. piples. frcke. &
'; ';: i. FROM THE PRESENT CON- with the book undisturbed, which he baa ad lb.,packages, making it convenient- THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into co This V Is to certify JACXQVILE.it is r sores; ,
with much
that I
;i. i. J-'EDEIlACY! soon as the Convention of kindly remain for the satisfactionand for country have great variety for the noposo of carrying on pleasure burns,&e.;Coliyriafor core eyes;Denlieficea and
: mooht t to the Public that I have
:ft!' s gratification of the public. Hotel the above business,'and ar& prepared to make announce hen'efectu- Collutorios, for the,teeth and gums; and various
( ; the State
" \ ,.:,': J __ already elected, meets next win- O-Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault may always. be certain of,cpit.on their keeper tab! a sales cither OB consignment or at auction, (one of ally cured of the distressing cmplat other remedies are manufactured to order, on
\ ter, unless the grievnce of which the, in Door, promptly and faithfully eeute: uniform character of Tea;having of which the firm being an auctioneer.) Both of tbo firm eter the highly remedy of chemical and pathological.principles universally
whichTea
n. :.: t "common, with every other Southern Slate, STEARNS &MAHVINSUC'ssr there is a,large voriety,. In three are well acquanted with the merchants and citi- but-of.KPoinsett.Lwas.had resorted to many things,. ,recogniz by the profession, and generally kept
avail
; .':' xeoropUinvare redressed, and unless the I C. wrappers. The inside is are.doeup, second ws- tons of the interior, which gives them the advantage no ; induced',to try his; very on hand at the Brick Office of DJU BAKER,
1'' '(: States conclude azresifv 146 Water street, and corner Avenue A ter proof paper,and the outside Chinese making ready sales of any goodo or mer palatable satisfaction and pleasant Medicine, and to my grrst opposite the Court House.. V V
t'Ti ,.' | J to lake a good rat Marks Place, New York; per." V rca]& ehande which.may be lent to thom> on consign was completely cured within a few'days PRICE per bottle, phial, box,&C.,With directions -
( lack wants..T'.Webave and have not been
;; ; iiy steps Owner of the exclusive of Rich's V einoe with that "
right
; Patnt For sale at the New York prloe' for"easb much trubled for their I : no d''OItlon, even the for the whole of the United :tat, and the Agent, JOHN A..MAYER/ 1y V They will give their attention to making good so dreaded disease.I PRESCRIPTIONS, in sejtenso, with medicines
:! ( (,!' \\ .ability, to offer adtict to the i tea, maker of Salamander safes combining both patents V 154 Broughton it.;? af anhah/Ga. and Immediate sales. 'They would rcscotfyso am' say, other immediate cures have ,$5,00 in hand,' and from $a to $100, according
ty 1.State pe oj commonly called Rlc '.safes, or Wjuw' Feb.26-tf ,A'JOH __. :** '.- licit patronage from merchants' come,,under my own observation within a few to contract and the nature of the.case,'when
.1 t&iiemergency. They, in Salamander afei, with Rich's Improvement.Feb.51852&n. other cities;who wish t sl good ,our market. dajs. I cheerfully add,'my mite tq the already the cure it completed; or,in incurable easeswhen

.= .J ion, ,the bet judges of what course they :.'' .- 'ArHAYERjICo ._ DRUGGIT J ;Any business V in le wi b promptly at great amount of testimony Withregard' to.your the relief'promised Is afforded.Special contract

;: ;, should pnrsueaid re in justice; cannot find' ,154* .1lu.h o* ',Ur" Ga tended, V' .V V Valuable Medicine' '1-am",.reapeefuijy &c made in chronic casts, when desired.. ..4froni.a
I ; ladlt with'jbem for being; more restive under DOLLINKU, & POTTER. .' GEORGE H. SMITH, > UUEAnN''Jr, Orders distance, with money enclosed,
OFFERS for sal article
every; his To E. Poinsett V "" '
; f ,Esq.JACicsomLLEMay. '
JOHN W. attention
; Commission Merchant i wilTmeet
fh insult than ; : of besides prompt
degradation.and, have '
. we Genera ; V
ben Street, Maiden Lane, .:.l. bal. RnJElCE.-A M .eed Fernandez,'Bisbee 1851 ,Jacksonvilley Deo,12, ISaL; ? ''tg :
Cornel ,
tiii; 'f oural'e.. We have ever deemed ,i Up Stairs ir LaCalbt & Co.;, Wiltons Alsop Dear 2
! tbatbos' York, ( ci Sir tj consider it to b. 4 mau duty : OLDTSTOOKfTIHE
VT..O aie the ;0' Ldet' Ga BoursltJaokionville: Boston & I SELLING OFF'
! tjiiiitaks WILL attend promptly to all builnew entrusted GunbyJ ALa to IOU that Iliad beeni1aboringnmer Aver
. Pt.I best jud,'e. when the blows should be given to their cue. particular attention riven;to the Segari, to. -fro. t( 1, roche;E 1 Moore & Co.r.tabn GoodaU.;Sa ior\ attackoMJiarrhoea
. ,.:q'a .d receied ule of Cotton, Lbr"Tlmbr&Turpentine; AtWkOISUIS&IIdretaII.V .' Yaltriab.V .; ;Jani"Vi852.. ; V :'t. f twophysieiani, and rendered me unable to theirr manu st ppie GROCERIES
i 7V ***J$6oiti Carolina. being !a and independent lo to the 1'i B.;Spirit mautue and always fresh\.j, T( sj;: to do any work. -Bat fortunately, when about to PROVISIONS, HOUSE ARTICLES
; sovereign OChLiberal advancement made on ooutenments. mJION'.YRtla.1, '.5LEMON give all hope of ,&c.f" fhidthey.'are BetDntf'off Jat*ralbargains.
up ever obtaining relteM' heardof
:'i: the < .
,'. "t: State, ba a J jwrfect r1 to PC- February J9, 1S2..Iy. -forlW. ,'.for cash ca or plln .M4 17 JAMES ._: c'J\ yOur "INDIAN and1, the use R. BOULTER tt CO.,
june 1UNIIAM LOXECUST"
.. aprovd tt. Bay-st.
. e'',;: t'f five Bottles has roatret me t health Way6-lm Bayst.,

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