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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 24, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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ADDRESS former: Congress confirming titles to the the estatlisbujent NU1U1E -
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OFHOt settlers under the "Armed a. Board of account& moved from their f .
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facilities have been greatly in to admit the hoards, *
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r MiD E1I c CABELL necessity of such a measure of ImmM The Whigs admit the : V
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AT LAW 1I .The contract with the steamer justice to private"tIalmaftts timbr were scattered over the AUttts.- right the only sense
but
HAVING .removed his office from Columbia! TO HIS CONSTITUENTS. from Charleston to Key West has been continued to agree npon tbe' details.it seems The impossible -i upper part of the city prsQt.. the in which.it ca be practically! resolved-admit 1 ?

to Jacksonville, Dural County and extended. A provision has just propriety and of same eaeral features; but there is it, sanctified the first 1 *>
:, inform his friends necessity some such los of human
spectfully that he will con- been made for the plait is not a principle <
; tae tbe practice of hit profession, aa formerly. WASHINGTON, September 1, 1332. establishment of, a semimonthly becoming. to manifest, that it cannot be J lone f' s obvious. All the floors of the large liberty. The are afraid to. ,
i H. will attend at each and every Term of FELLOW-CITIZEXS : Sincerely grateful fOf'i steatoboat service from Hetf Orleans before a remedy for the evil win be found. stores were covered with water and treat assail h. but Democracy, : Circuit Court in to Keylf'cst, at Pensacola is done try to set above an abstract
touching
the !
the several Counties of the numerous expressions of Apalachicola The present system amounts to t damae to the articles of merchan j '
: the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of and yoar confidence St. Marks, and Tampa. I think justice. In illustration 1 a- denial of, and dangerous speculation, might
i Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the i regard, heretofore given; at the ballot box, you may mention the I In whic J
Supreme and may rely on the regularity and continuance case of the Duval Mephi and all along the Southern impel the J j
Tallahassee more militia claims people without
J. Court at and the U. S. Court at St.Aigustine. recently through the primary as- of this service. Few in which coast t :
AU business entrusted to his care mbla for h
will receive prompt attention. / Whig State Convention I hope can more promote the interest and committees'of two consecutive Congresses of the storm likewise at the .'j'
I offer by
again demagogues effect
Address-J. P. S.IM>ERSOX' Jacksonville, my services as you convenience of a )large portion of my con- and on which the Military Committee a-am' North 7' and in the upper Part of tins State. to a dillon of thd 1 ',,'
Representative in
Jhteal Count, Honda. your Con- stituents, or so rapidly add to the population, reported favourably, in January last I I The freshet in the Roanoke U described .American Union. The Democracy are now J
gress. and a. ,
Jacksojf'ille.Jan.17ISiO.: tfHcQueen I I .My general political I and develope the resources of the Peninsulaof the case has not been reached on the calen yet being very disastrous to the It is afraid o! this, their own pincipIeaafq; j
principles well .
are crop. .
Florida. It I estimated that <
is a\
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only second in importanceto I quite one third ,
known to all. corn a porticrojbf their kaders'have -.
McIntosh yon They have been fre- dar.It has a rL .J
so ?
the removal of the Indians will be been destroyed. Several | . from planters who
I I uuently, and in our interesting to Florida r it the eng
A FO claimants
TTORXE Y AT L.AW'tlLLattend manyvaYlIt explicitly State. bad upon vbody of > 4
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I i every of <
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declared to learn that the prospect making their 2000 y 't !
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and
'\ LJ1j....the".1IJIft'Dour'Circuit Courts*ia l :rallanassee the Eastern; I. ;IP FlnnAa publicly ran ijnuht my privately sentiments, that no man On this subject, I am happy to say: that of the Treasury present have reversed Accounting the Officers former ,. barrel: \iI not realize 50. The Democratic parly i.occupied :with I -, :

prosecute' Claims for citiscns in any part
Florida against the Government at Washington, already expressed my opinion, and my savage neighbors will be removed within a -V tb show that they wVr ,* | was Cirna_ inclulable damage benefactor. of bis connttyt to elevate '
before Congress or at the Departments. prj :H(
Either Jacksonville, East Florida. hearty and unqualified approval of the bold few months. Satisfied that nothing wouldbe consumed by the troof or otherwise {6Yo/i; __ crops. one who will baly illustrate principles.nn :
L lYv ADDBESS V _,___. ? 4 '"jj
.;JaF!. Jg.j() tf unequivocal and positive declaration .of done so long: as the work of removal was enefit of the United States. All that will _- :.-c---. v _-_pVVUUMaM&.a _- __. __ worthy .o the runt'i "
principles embodied in the admirable series left in the hands of the regular I be L!yt. }2thfrS2. f ff
; army, as- required noi:5: for the to ------------------------------ "
J01IN ERSK1NE I party prove ---------------- Enrros.I
of resolutions adopted by the late Whig Na- sented to the mission of General Blake, that he sold to a person authorized to buy. JACKSONVILLE Mr hand ypu a comunlC&f(J[];{f
(LATE OF QTJIKCT CADSDEN COUKTT,) tional Convention, as the platform of the which I believe will be successful. The This is one abuse corrected, which brings tion addressed by me to the .'Ancient City't:
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; Attorney at Law I Whig party. importance of effecting the remove! peaceably relief to hundreds. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBERS, 1852. newspaper of this., and' an 'editpjiajl

t located in Jacksonville and will attend the Agreeing fully and entirely with my political i is so great, that I did not hesitate to advise The claims of the citizens of Florida to of that paper of )iac .:..".=*.., :.-. __'- ;, }-'i.
I Circuit Hu Conns in all the counties in the Eastern: friends, on all the general issues which I that the experiment be tried before resorting indemnity for losses sustained iniS -and; "Principles! thereto for' : icjny -
not which
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I lIIc1ldiddle J ndicial Circuits, the Supreme Court have been thus presented to the country, it ''to other measures which might lead to 1813, were not referred to me till within 0 men. t ask insertion j in your V 1 :!:f
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j. of tile state, and the United States District) Court I is with the profoundest! regret that I find .I another Indian war with all its horrors. few months. The parties interested have This is a maxim repeatedly advanced valuable, journal, when coYenieaL. Per > 1 -1''
for tbe Northern iMstrict of Florida. myself differing: from them: on any point I Should the fail shall have thought it best I by haps both communication
experiment we to apply for redress to the i the Democratic and editorial ;
u devoted exclusively to the the .
ILlS time Legal party, as rule and i.-
pro-
touching the action of the National guide
Whig .
lost only a little time, and it will become the Executive "
I Departments and to the Supreme of speak for themselves
ieuio* their without
sufficiently .
; :j-0ffiee in the basement under the Kepnbli- Convention. The source and cause of that j duty of our next Legislature! to take the Court. These applications having failed, j policy. It is a maxim which; the word of a. ,! l;

cta."printing: office. ly may 20 difference will be fountain the very ardent matter in hand. Its[ wisdom will, I am sure my attention has recently been specially directed I Democratic party ha professed, and which : comment; nor perhaps would t.

: desire I felt to tarry out what I conceived to devise the best means to effect an object of [ to the subject by Gen. Hernandez, of the Whig party has practiced. Never has avail much to indulge !in.any. lengthy criti .3 I ;:

OSCAR HART, be their wishes, as well as my own on the t;j such paramount importance. What can St. Augustine, who has visited Washington t the Democracy__or the which ciasn on tbe Jteattncnt ,vhih both the cause .
47T01L\EIATLA1I'. subject of a Presidential candidate, and the i be to party assumes of truth and .::S
: accomplished by the volunteers Florida, prosecute the claims, which have been that title-more myself met with in that :
the Second floor at the Court-house! general action of the Whig National Con- i widely departed from this i.n:
Office upon may be inferred from what has been done by unfavorably prejudiced by the failure of the quarter. I asked for
Forsyth street. I i vention. I did nothing which I did not : the gallant Hopkins with a handful of measures resorted to to secure their maxim in their conduct, than at the present only a simple act of jus ,; '1.!
"ttrjrL; rractice' in the several counties of the {! pay tice, or a c and
j deem essentially to ensure the time and in in case of refusal' :
Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the : necessary recognition brave, resolute men. ment. The only resort now seems to be to tbe warfare that party i now urtesJ : f
collection of claims against the United States fur I and endorsement, by that convention A River and Harbour bill has passed containing Congress. The memorial of Gen. II. was I j waging in this State. Having no principles demanded it a right in the shape of an' 1 .jf

Military services! aid far Horses lost or other of the finality of the compromise meas- appropriations to the amount of S3S- presented too late to hope for action at this I of their adverttsementolh have been denied. I. lJ
properyloit destroyed by truopsin said service.Auo I lures, and to secure the nomination of ilr. I: 000 for works in Florida ; which 10,000 I session. The committee to whom the case I own to defend and fearing. silenceor cannot com the "Ancient 4 ;
claims fur pensions of disabled soldiers,or Fillmore-a man who had endeared himself inertness firet City" opoa, i :
lie soldiers. I i is for the improvement of the St John's bar ; I' was referred had no opportunity ever.. to regarded as a I surrender those ideas r
Also t"iduws&nd,claims for orphans bounty% of Und deceased to officer and sol- ]I I II to the constitution-loving }people of the I! $ 5,000 for cutting through the Haulover in examine the merits of the claims thoroughly ; I they seek to appear formidable by assault. have justice or propriety, ,whic ': :

4ier., and the widcwi and crpkang bf deceased officers South by his disinterested impartiality to I the county of Orange ; 3,000 for the seawall but the chairman of the committee, who has But to what is their assault directed To Ie itt froQ considerations of "invoh* ;

:\ and eoldierc. I every section of the Union, and who, by his I at St. Augustine; and the remaining the matter specially in charge, is favourably I Whig jug its correspondent in expensenld refuse' t't J
Also will give hi'attention to conveyancing, wisdom, }patriotism, and general judicious !; $ o.OOo for the survey of a ship canal across disposed to the admissibility of the claims. principles No-those principles area the publication of Senator Wade's letter ,''i
to examing titles and records, and ascertainingclaims wall of ; 'I'
to lands. administration of the Government, had won ,! tbe Peninsula of Florida. All we can hope for, however, :at-the next adamant upon which their blows refuting a winch V V ;

AU bU.&Deb 4 entrusted to Lint will meet with I I the well meriteJ title of 'the model Presi- j I voted agamst' the bill, as it originallystood session, is a favourable report.* But when would fall harmless, and their badly its columns lasehco b e' .-, :' f :

l'rompt.au ntifjnj and all instruments of writing I I dent." How far, if at all, in the advocacy J' in the House, because it contained on- I that report and accompanying papers come tempered blades! be broken. They make ; and c for 'ex* V 1 r

will be execaled Vy him with neatness and de- of his claims I exceeded what was justly 1 i, ly one small appropriation for Florida .and I: to be published, it will, I think, be so clear their only assault i amplesj from "the applicants own party papers 4 H V
I jj.itch. due to him or others, constituents will I in that illiberal. In this I that the Government is upon our great leader, I I confirms
Jaotsonrille. Jan. 2.>. 1851. tf my I I was respect acted bound by the most Scott. what I have suspected, vizr .
__ determine for themselves. If I have erred 1 I| with many friends of the policy, who hoped solemn obligations to pay these claims, that They fear to assail \Vhigptinciples, that his own "Ancient V j ;
Joseph S. Baker EL D. at all it is from too zeal in the advocacy their and they shower their ; City" comprises the"pentup f "
great I i. to defeat that ]Iarticular bill, and thereby to payment must be provided for. poisoned arrows upon I Pi ;
Utica"
PRACTITIONER OF M EDIC1XE, JIID- of a righteous cause, and from an earnest j I j! get one more just. The present bill, with the These, fellow-citizens are some of the the man who will enforce them if entrusted of j its editor's pltc read 1 '. :

; U'lFEHY AND SUIIGEKV. I desire to ensure the execution of your wishes ,I i I amendmemts from the Senate, had my cordial most important sudjects exclusively interesting to his hands. Though these ing. But"what cannot.justly s of a.. ; I's
be : :
Office on the corner of Market and Forsyth and instructions. I only claim, what I am j I support. Fortunately this bill has; not I to you, which have engaged my time coeval with the birth principles cause which requires such support, and ex- t.
Streets, opposite the Court House. sure all will concede to me, that I was influenced I. shared the fate of similar bills, which were and attention. My connexion with mattersof of the Republic and hibits such "reliance t !:I-

JACKSONVILLE; ; FLA. solely by an honest, }patriotic pur- \i. vetoed by Presidems Tyler and Polk, but general public interest is known to you have given vitality to its lift -though they oj the upon !.indftn V! :

Cct.lS._tf. pose, and that I acted in accordance with :I I'hatfl'Jm | has been approved by Mr. Fillmore and become all. alone can preserve it in its purity-the ple.1 ::1 J

J. XXcRobert Baker \\ all sources, I was induced to be. !,: a law. For a great part or most of the legislation Democratic party of this State yoTBnetA3cILn.Tr.n.. ,.
lieve to be TIlE DIVIDED OPJMONS AMW1S11ES > The bill besides : of Congress favorable the fearing to f 1 1
j i i. Light-house having a to people or assail, would r. AracsTwt, I i
r COUNSELLOR I.An. yet subvert them 7Ulm
J TTORXE $ OF THE FLORIDA. State of by I St
PEOPLE OF Florida
for building lighthouseand much SIR
: provision a new you ar as }perhapsmore attack : For weeks
JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. the many past, hare 'j" j
;
: 1 hare not manifested felt upon man who as the
1
nor a disposition ; rebuilding and repairing others, and indebted to your Senators than to mvI representative of served among .the. Extracts ob V
A to Commissioner StateaoftheUthnn of Deed for the following to set up my Judgment as a standard ; locating buoys, &C., contains an appropria. I self. There has been an entire cordiality of the Whig party, stands forth as their einbodr, hea the columns"Hasty of t '' 1
edltona paper
,1: Maine, Iielaware. Georgia: for others, and I desire in the fullest measureto j tion of S 10,000 for preserving the light-house i! feeling and concurrence of action with us in iment. The Democratic party- are afraid of following ;, your S ;

VtMnont, Maryland, Alabama reciprocate that magnaininity, liberality' : on the St. John's river. The plan in this I all mattersaflectngthe interest of our State. 'SCOTT* 1 :'j V
Musachuetu'irginia, !!\1i"i.ipp and toletat New 1'ork.urLh Carolina, Texas. the course of the Whig and the whole ; attacking Scott, and in Tid n addressed Scott dub anti ';1
party |i light.house, recommended by Dr. Baldwin of onerously upon me that I have not been defending Pierce. i a letter B. F.. WADE,
Pennsylvania, South Carolina. ra Whig United
people of Florida towards 'me personally J Jan will to able to gratify desire They are afraid of the I Senator 1 r..
mar: 31-52-tf ; Jacksonville necessarily, some extent my to keep up a famil- principles of the one, :tae at WaPD. TrSict ffri ,
instance of which was so strikingly exhibited -!1. remove the bar and improve the bar- iar correspondence with my fnents and J a C asnameffor mosor rner; Tneir w. tidy naa i I 1
U. 31. PATTORNEY\.USO by the late Tallahassee Convention. : with the fear I have neglected some of those General 1 -enT w. I
i i bour, and this amount, appropriation may motto is 'principles, not men," but their SOT which 1 r '
AT LAW.HAS The generous conduct of the members: of I| of $10,000 in the River and lIar ,or who have written to me. But though 1 may sooner rigtt hand than tend it tolhe :.

will::practice removed in the to Eastern Jacksonville and, Southern Florida, Circuits and- that convention, s-hows that they, at I least, !i. bill, will, it is believed, be ample to deepen have failed sometimes to answer their letters practice is to elevate men, not principles.In port ealer.of' Iorcr&c.-Cleveland, Ohio, P tufr ..' : ;;

the Supreme Court of the :::-Ute. and in appreciate, in a Representative, independence I the channel so as to admit into the riverships I have never neglected their business. Florida the Whigs advocate, and Joint 0;' -
the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of action, which they know is influenced of the largest class. The importance I have felt the greatest desire to return to' with pride to their past advocacy I I observe the same paragraph still In Its i 1n j :+

of Honda.] I:co. 19, lS3i-tf. by honesty of purpose ; and that they I of this improvement is not confined to the Florida to see you, and to take part in the Compromise measures. The Democracy theV accust.OO place in your paper of the 4ttt ; ,

will not discard a public servant whose motives I people living on the river, nor to the inhabitants canvass now progressing. It would be inst. As I presume your impressions are not 1 I\j!
UAH AM I ; dare not assail them.
HOPKINS' & B ale above suspicion, and whose object.' oi East Florida. Its effect will be highly gratifying to me to visit all parts of stereotype and a unwilling t suppose I! ,''
Atornry.at Law, they approve, though they they may differ I I materially to shorten the transit across the the State, to explain to you iu person my The Whig party are the advocates of Internal tbt you her wish i injustice wil&Dgly 1

OFFICE: at PALATKA, E. Fla., from him in some particulars, and think State and to fix the Eastern terminus of the connexion with late political movements as Improvements by the General Government or continue the publication : ';!t:4

\\.lLLpraeti in the Eastern Circuit. Business; that in his ardent and devoted maintenanceof .I Gulf Railroad on the St. John's, thus giving; well as Congressional proceedings. But I I L a national and statements when yon know them to be such) ;
entrusted! to their care will be promptly! attended I the constitutional rights: of his section, he I to our State the benefit of having a city have felt it my duty to you to remain in I upon general princi I have concluded that you could not hare 1 '!.a.4 Jt.

-; to.{ RcpMtron February ptauc publish 19, 1S52.tf5annnab tf., and: L has been }perhaps too zealous in the discharge I which wil! necessarily grow up at each end I Washington to give my personal attentionto ple. The Democracy prqes opposition to a seen the annexed letter jof.the Hon. B. F.

end their bill tothu (lfti<;e.OSSIAN ._ of what lie conceived to be his dutY. of the road within its own limits. the important measures which were not general system of Improvements;, Wade, which appear i in the "National In .1 l t.

B. HART How strongly does their action contrast I The "Florida Railroad bIlls" failed by the acted on till the last days and hours of the and they are willing foe Florida to partakeof teUgencer of the 24th- utn! that w re* J i

with that of some of those who aspire to be ., casting vote of the Speaker. There were session. The same consideration will induce the benefits of that system and daie not, I bad by the. mail of tbe 30th nit..and .J.. .L! : \
ATTORNEY AT LAWKET leaders among my political opponents and I causes operating against them which will I me to remain some days! longer to attend beforeour thought, a generally known previous 1
WEST*, rL. .., who ptofessing entire approbation of my not exist at the next session. That they to business before the Department, people, oppose the due apportionment to your lat issue.WASHrsGTd: :1

Practices in the United States and State Ccurta course, are seeking to enect my political L will pass then have not a doubt.% and to make suggestions as to measures of moneys to our State for Internal I *: Attf 18th, 185i 4 :j r

of tbe Southern District of Florida. destruction! by ungenerous appeals to Whigsto An act has passed! grantir the right of: necessary to be taken to ensure prompt and I Improvement purposes. A Democratic Con "8m: I had the honor of receiving your not fl. V Vofthel6thin.it.stating f ,

July 10-tf_ withhold from me their support, because way to all railroads and planks roads throughthe efficient action,that my State and constituents gress dare not oppose this good Whig doctrine Democratic published that a the he of r j

JAHES! n. BAKER, I have done that which they eay I should I lands of the United States, with the may early realize the full benefit of the acts the Democratic (X. C.) called paper the Democratic Pioneer," City V ji t J
have done. But their partizan object is too privilege of using materials found thereon of the late session of Congress. although platform following: '1 WOULD SOO.NE& err err XT i th 1

ATTORNEY Columbia AT Co.LAW East, Florida.m. transparent to produce an effect.It in their construction, and of selecting so I have been compelled for these reasonsto reject it-for fear of losing Northern and HAND THA LEND I Tfl THE SPBTOr K81. 1 i f '

Alligator__ is also! due to you to say, that the clear: much of the public lands as may be neces forego the pleasure and advantage of personal Western votes; hence such a Congress has Ge*. Scott to&nator 3 :..

WHIT SmITH! I and explicit endorsement of the comprom'iae j' sary for depo't?, &c. intercourse with the people }pendingmy just passed a General Internal Improvement. All I can said ,it of since the above it hag ia been(what floating I hav* frequently '1.' ;
the Whig National Convention, I' bill of has election. It will not be in a .
measures by Another great importance passed now my power Bill, in the teeth of the; papers,) that Gen. Scott never made .
ATTORN ETS AT LAW, and subsequent events, have to some: extent the House of representatives, which distributes to visit more than a fe w counties in the a declaration that such: JecUrutioa to ins or ia my hearing, nor nc 1 -t

Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. modified the views declared in my speechesof a portion of the public lands among: State. But your generosity will not suffer a bill is unconstitutional. .ecaose-the ever say or pretend that he ,&I believe it .
have been
to fabricated
with
JOHN C. HATELEY, the 3d of February, and 12th of June ; the old States, according to their representa the advantage which my very worthy: competitor : : Democratic party is afraid to practice on the Southern people against! a the .&.Jac ffP

and should General :Scott be, elected, and his tion in Congress, at the rate of 150,000 acres enjoys to operate to my prejudice) their own principle. It is at war with. the And permit we to add, tbat th aensitive- '"
.2'TOnNEY AT AW. administration prove the ':apprehensions f for each Representative and Senator. It i is To him is given the privilege of minglingfreely interests and ness ot the Southern mid o t morbi rea 1 ;

OFFICE. BLOATS FERRY therein expressed to be unfounded: no man : more liberal to the new States. The amount among you, and the benefit of pressing legal rights of the people, and ders it peculiarly ab t nbet and 4 .,;it.
than acknowledge is his claim to support, only couutenanced by a portion of the people Xrther demagogues knowing this, will'no 1
COLUMBIA COr1Tr.r will be more ready myself to I to be given to Florida 2.000,000 acres, in person your take advantage of j : t
Will practice in the Courts of the Eastern l that I have misunderstood and done and will be increased 500,000 or 1,000,000' while I am necessarily absent in dischargeof on paper. f t (Signet It.) B. F. WADE. 4 .dl1e4

: District. i injustice to his position and none will, in more in the Senate. This bill was not final my official duties, and seeking to advance The Whig party advocates protection to W..G. GBA3CBEERT, Esqr.: .:i...

: eept.! 11. tf. such event, ir.ore cheerfully give his administration ly acted on for want of time, but will I am your interests, and to promote the common American industry-not to pamper the rich L, I: hand you also the hlntlgeneer bjere* j" -:''.
i a cordial support.. sure pass both houses at the next session.The I. welfare. with, in order that you yourself 1 .
J Edmund Whitney, It has rarely happened, fellow-citizens! fund to be derived from this source, and Since the time at which, by your kind partiality but to guard the poor against the inroads of of the correctness of my transcript satisfy of Senator -. J ;f1

Commissioned! and legally qualified Ii! that a Represenative Las had it in his power from the Swamp Land! bill," ought to bean 1 entered public life, I have constant pauper l labor and European capital. The Wade's letter., ::I.?
Measurer! and Iniprrtor of Lumber for wealth and I if enJea\'or\ d to do duty, and to 1 / ;
to be instrumental in procuring so many enduring mine of to us, ly my promote Democracy theoretically oppose such protection Yours respectfully! "
DuaL Comity, of and 1 well will effect and keep in repair the advancement of our Slate, and the GEO. W 7 : i
legislation directly exclusively managed,
May be found, when his service are desired, on acts ; but are afraid to defend The principle AJ GTN. j
inquiry at the Republican office. beneficial to his constituents as has been my all the works of internal improvement necessary interests of my constituents individually. which is the NOTE.-Should you not fit i P. f
concomitant their
of ,1
S June Iff tim good fortune. Many of those I have men to develope the varied resources of our I shall still strive to merit your, continuedami anti the foregoing as a communication.se. t f t

tioned on other occasions; and a desire to _!':f_,t.._.,_ without 0__.____ _resort___u to_ taxation.- ,--------------r.---.nnliten! e Rtinnort. Should .you choose protective. .theory. -' that of Free_ n _Trail, ___ _and__ misstatement, please give it' aii correctinga insertion 1\/!/
. BOSTON & GUNBY be brief brings me at once to speak to ycu A bill making liberal appropriations of I another to represent you, he may indeed direct taxation. These are the progeny of,f an advertisement, on tbe of, 1 : 'I

COTTON FACTORS only of those that have recently, passed. land to the different States of the Union for bring more talent! to aid him in the dischargeof Democracy. They dare not own the offspring a your next issue, and inform scn the page cost '/ ) 1

AND Since my last address to you in August, the benefit of the indigent insane, blind deaf his official duties, but be cannot be a more foster. and I will pay it* : 1J
( GEMUXAL COaiJUKSIOS MEUCIIAXTS. the at Pensacola has been and dumb has the House of Representatives faithful Representative, nor more-devoted to they engendered ;
; 1830, dry-dock passed R. B. CANOJU, Ksd/.. ,
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I Say 8 ANXAU Jefferson, UA.JOHK nearly or quite ccmp! te.l. and having passed!!!! the Senate on your service, than I have sought to be. Many of the Demoratic' leaders are the Publisher of the "Ancient Cfty." f \
I of inestimable talae has former occasion will doubtless that Very respectfully, your fellow-citizen avowed advocates of itoaHthismj tbe Democratic 19
BOSTON. JOHS U. ctr. An act passed, a pass ; I- The following is the editorial of the Ancient l t
__October SO, 1851. tf. granting to the State of Florida all the swamp body at the next session and become a law: 1>. C. CABELL. party gives it a qpasi-endorsement in i City in j .i !
and oceijlowcd lands within her .limits. Bills to relinquish military reserves, to reply 1
i ;M. MOORE & CO. and Freshets. i its platform. The Whigjmrty utterly "We have d 11!:
E. Also an act of granting bounty land to all graduate the pnce of public lands, and to Storms repudiates from one of our feV 1
i GENERAL who served in the Florida or other wars, I authorize the relinquishment of poor and it, and stands on the gt.n of WashI I- low-townsmen a not accompanied by what 1 ;

; GOMHISSION' HEROHANTS AND than which no act of legislation could have I worthless 16th sections for better lands, have Recent intelligence from the South and I ington-their own ground-and not on '-foreign purports to be,a by Sntorae.. of J :{

i FACTORS, resulted in greater practical benefit, or passed one or the other of the houses of North bring most disastrous accounts of a | ground.1* The Democratic party dar Ohio: of what that gentlem w one, i j!

i Smelts' new Warehouse,) brought more happiness: to BO large a number Congress, and will I hope become laws. very destructive storm and freshet. of the papers,in own State reported to. 1 '
;- 219 Bay-Street, Savannah, Ga. of constituents. The Homestead bill granting 160 acres of The plantations below Augusta, suffered : not boldly meet the issue. Upon the question have written; some mont SiDc i 'rl_

t E. M. MOO&C N. ILiKEis. During my tbe pre nt session bounty land land to actual settlers passed the House of severely. All the river crops are ruined, of intervention in foreign political forth, that Gen. Scott' al t hm i It J t

; Oct.23; 1051. tf. warrents have been mada. assignable; and Representatives, and !it is believed will pass and number of negroes oc the various affairs they have no principle. vate conversation, 1 woal 8ne cot off ; t 1

on my motion the restriction was removed the Senate next session. I voted with tbe plantations are reported to have been I Upon the doctrine of State rights, tbe my right"band than support of '
: LOUD b COFactors .( which limited their location to lands subject friends of this measure in its preliminary drone. due limit slavery! this same denial letterj appears in : !.
the
recognise a
and CoramUklon Merchants. to entry at the time of the passage of the stages, and would have voted for it on Its the chief engineer on tbe Whig party upon a copy of the Nail4igm. whi I j

:, No.118 8AVAXSAII GEORGIA original act; and it has been my good for passage ; but I was compelled to*the absent Greenville Rail Rod, in company jyith three [. prerogative of tbe Fedeial power, and de also te not ; J i :

Bay Street. tune to have the benefit of this act extended m consequence of tbe illness of a member others was upset in a canoe near Mlst and fend the rere rights of the States; but are requested by of that Dt t i i

Strict attention will be given to the aale of Cotton to the volunteers called into service by Governor of my family. I state this that my positionIn three of the number, including Mr. Brown, they do ca among the reserved rights publish the denlallettrn a eD i :

t or other produce,and liberal advance made Mosely in the year 1849. Payment of regard to this act may not be misunder drowned. that of secession, because it is a right which: municationj: a an for arerme1"-we see 't
good reason,
! 'Ww deaire4. these volunteers having been unfortunately stood. The crops along the stream are uterly encumbering oar ;'I''I'n
,' Jan.JOHN W.t&2.C. LOUD. P. H.LOUD. delayed and unavoidably deferred, an appro- An appropriation has been made for rhe destroyed, and the river at Camden, ., could not be bartered away-a right of resistance columns, or involving our correspondent i J I
: %%, ly. than it has been for twenty to which is inherent in expense- this letter be.a veritable V
higher i
. I priation was made at the last short session purpose of establishing a Naval Depot atKey was tyranny the e I ;;
; .* o. n. OAK, for this object, intended to reimburse the Welt. years.: man's nature and which would justify him tonfrol1rhWade Whig Ib'

Watchmaker and Jeweller, State for all expeoses. incurred in conse- The operations of the U. S. Coast Surveyare At Mobi tbe loss is estimated' between I in resisting illegal encroachments of the dant and,.. give it &I ; 1!
liveswere publicity make the it '
and will be with $ and $2,000,000. Many it
service. pressed m !
of into
these progressing
calling ;
JACKSONVILLE FLA. quence troopa Federal in his individual it is for them V
the immense either capacity possible to .
lost,, So terrible was gale power Considering l
But he coast of Florida. Al- tat :
of the State'sclaim ou
payment a portion of greater vigor I
it Would inform the publie that falling the fact of the
respectfully and tress were lorn. by or as a member of the body politic of V unblushing jertiaacity-
refused officers results have,been realized, up te' f"-:
the
was
J.i". he has taken the shop on Bay atree'Corrrtorr by accounting ready'bappy crushing effrontery with which tbe I
occupied by William Grpthe, w1a.ere.he ii of the Treasury, and made futher legislation our State will find great advantage: from the into the streets or Ito yard a State. the Democratic j candidate pr opposed :ta I
prepared to execute all work entrusted to his care necessary. To remove the difficulty, aprovision accurate knowledge of our harbours which fences, or whatever de ,'heDemocratic fo tbe Presidency, I
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wttfc despatch and in workmanlike manner. be obtained, and the discovery ,01'' scent. 'Houses were unroofed"and the helpless party -nolaote persists .ia vilifying him and reiteratuig
made tbe will thus
apitf was. in army appropriation exposed to'the pittileaipeltingsof : secession as an enfranchised right, and one again and again, against him fallj mad
bill just passed, which it is believed l will hew and better channels. inmate I Ii
hurricane vessels were blown onto :the Constitution f repeatedly JaJsebood*-we cannot
JOB PiUffTlSGerery coYer the wnole deficiency, Liberal, appropriations.ban' been made the ; contemplated by or even by rfut

Of descriptors, in Black Blue, 'Cannin l' Aa'act has recently passed confirming cer for surveys of private grants as well_ us V ,of the'nYr off upon high land; aWung'were andwharves the framers o that iumet They a look letter-of upon Mr. request Wade, for a* p, t' publish particdarlj! the V .

azuSotheuo1ora. taintitles to land in East and South Florida, public lands. torn ; telegraph post dow the afraid-eo far Jest a Jhey stand in fear modest tbe .'
broken a applicants own party
.. to be regretted that the recommendation op. Every pepers !
not embraced within the It '
is'greatly
9CATX.T THIS EXECUTET OFIFCE. which were of the just and beneficent act of proTisioDI a V of tbe President in favoarII. ]F J lower part of the city wan completely re of popular; :. disapproval, -they are ard must,first set us a example V. of such pohti- '_

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*...*> cat liberality, before any reasonable excuse can deny these facts, .Third, the, Free Soil- five cases of every description occnrredtand' _o J*. Col. Sariderson. ,He attempted to show that Newnansvilte and vicinity, ande the o

,. i-;. can exist, for a call upon us lo do more than er.' only numbered sixty'- fx-intl&e Cohvenion. no dta !.Notwithstanding'these facts; exaggerated dOD at Nertnanrrille.NBWNASSVILL, the 'resolutions of. '93 and '99'did'not con- intemlence of Messrs. and Sanchez

:,!;U simple justice, and that we at all times aim They were powerless,* If they bad rumors were;"circulated. l ,' far..and DStU flict with the fugitive slave.. Jaw. The which all persons enjoyed both insubstanci

$1: ji to do even in party controversy-we will been omnipotent as pretended,- why did wide of the of the dreadful epidemic *, Sp .14th,1Sr. speaker soon became abstruse n profound and detail. The gentlemen who superintended -
:3 y, merely add that if, !Mr. Wade really wrote they not votedovrh the Resolutions of tbe ravages EmToa : Oar village was yesterday and quite beyond my depth, I believe its preparation and all of the arrangements
't t.\!.: the aloreMid letter, it seems to us to have Platform ? Fourthly, Fitlt 1 ore, and Web which was paidto be raging amongst us the scene of considerable excitement. Agree- that of most of his JearerE. He soon declared Jeserte great crdit, ad
wS and ster's friends were in a handsome majority, the andit hardeffort that he had succeeded received great thy
been rather low in forthcoming aswearing :. A panic spread through country to tbe appointment announced in your after a praise.
>/!?*'.' very much the appearance, of a. and Mr. Webster could have bad Mr. Fillmore was vain to attempt to allay it. But now ably candidate for ; but n$ beiug a lawyer I could not Please let us her from yon, and let us
y# second: sober thought," designed to do away nominated, if he had but willed! it. and whenwe paper, Col. Ward, tbe Whig vouch for the correctness of his opinion, nor know your prospects in Duval. _
: off hand He did it not. for what cause I know not. that the disease has disappeared to address the citizens it is undeni- "
II4;'f the effect, of his previous ; un- Governor, appeared did I consider it material, a AUCIU .
* *.4 studied declaration. Mr. Wade "IR we be. And lastly, Gen. Scott received on tbe 53J assure our friends-that. -..nocase... of. ,death: of Alachna, and was accompanied by able that the Frce-soilers, Abolitionists, and Nzw lliviR FL.i:11Th;

.*:'.,. lire a thorough Frce-Soiler, his effort there- ballot 159 votes, Mr. Eillmpre 112 and Mr. has resulted from it, ..we hope fBey will! put Mr. Democratic candidate for Con- some secessionists understand .-these re- 1832.MR. .

.*.;.t. fore, .to acquit Gen. Scott of that ain to our Webster 21. Gen. Scott gained 26 votes on all' apprehension ;for th.ey! mast see Maxwel Democratic candi- solutions. So that they can creep upon the 1 EDITOR :According to appointment,
away and
.,* ;f thinking, has a somewhat remarkable and his first ballot, Mr., Fillmore losing 20, and how baselesswere the "reportsjjpon which gress, and the Wbig platform with the Union and Compromisemen Maj. Ward, accompanied by Mes ,. Maxwell

:V ;1 not vctT...coneistoat Io9k" Mr. Webster 8 votes on their first ballot. 4.1" dates for Elector for the Eastern District. for the campaign, and hereafter open Mcintosh,and Smith, (Col. Samlenoa
* .. Of these losses from Mr. Fillmore and gainsto they were founded.-NttM. There was a pretty general rally of both the floodgates of perpetual agitation. The unable from indisposition
being to
Letter from Jamie O'SulllTan. Gen. Scott, there were 14 Southern votes Court effort of Mr. Mcintosh at least proved thatif accompany
Gen. the room
Hopkins's Acceptance and
and Democrats
.. ., viz : 8 from Virginia, 3 from-Tennessee, and Whigs tbe fugitive slave law is consistent with them, remained over at AIgtr.) attended
. .. New York, August, 1S52.Gintkmin 3 .from Missouri. Now deduct these 14 JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 13th, 1S52. of our new Court House was filed. Mr. meaning of these resolutions! is not their a political meeting at Rvr and not
any
.. :Misther O'Neil, that's Teddy Southern votes from Gen. Scott and,he would GEN. EDWARD HOPKINS Maxwell first took the stand. After intro obvious meaning. I understood Mr. Mcltt- the
'.f : that used tu report for the Sin| e, ax'd me have bad only 145 votes, not enough to have : himself the candidate of the Demo : to'sh to that some Whigs that withstanding immensely high waln
.. ,i the other day, 'Mr. O'Sullivan,'sez he, why j nominated him. The result is, Virginia, SIR : At a Convention of -the Whigs of ducing as Madison the adoption say of the fugitive declare was and tbe great difficulty of getting t ap. .

:. don't ye write a histhury av yer travels and Tennessee!! and Missouri nominated Gen. Duval County, assembled at Gravelly Hill cratic Convention assembled at not in tbe Whig platform and Mr. Cabel i l pointed place of discussion, there waf .':
advintures av the frantier, in the late war !' it and there is no be went into an exposition of Democratic :
!. Scott. The figures prove on the 11th inet., you were unanimously : among the number. The latter part good number of the citizens in attendance
: ; : 'Be dad,' sez I, Teddy, I'm not like you escaping the conviction. for tbe General he declared were his principles declaration struck us with some astonishment fall .
candidate
nominated a
the larnin as a priniJ11evhib filling quite very capacious and
. .,. young chaps that.s brought up to S -' .. be bad had of a political Mr. Cabell's speeches were made com
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= = : of ever since any as house which Mr.
wid yer lexicons anSI yer paradoxes, and yer -- Assembly of tbe State. An acceptance tbe since fortable McKinneY had---
of
and the lik. and besides, sez I, desired. kind. This exposition of principles ne wise before the formation platOrn for
jomethry's, ILHIinmillElI.JACKSONVILLE this nomination by you, is earnestly which time he has been sub patriotically provided the occasion.
whin I
: my exparence was limited entirely Respectfully &c, judged necessary, after the very various ject. He was called upon for the language, Maj. Ward opened the discussion in {

, '.,.,4, .ilwwat"but was tint aff KZ to I, l.will6it Ould England down; ,army wan of in these the Your obedient servent, expressions of sentiment by different Democratic but after turning over the !leaves of his well appointed and truly effective speech of
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."...;,eomeshortlys! and tell tbe'commonwealth : F. CLAY BARRETT, speakers in this canvas. He took up printed documents for some time, with some I about one and a half hour's leagtb..

';.. :J.. -' folks the sthory of the Q ueenstown I II I Secretary of the Convention. the resolutions of 1798, '99, now so famous apparent embarrassment himself that, he he failed to' do so. Ward's effort was often responded to fstm lljj.the

. prisoners.ti Thursday, September 23, 1852 and made them the basis of his creed, without He pledged prouce
I for
. '. :' It's meseU that knows all about that same. PABLO PLANTATIOV: F., Sept. 18, 1552.; what would becomeof the lan uagei. u postponed pre. audience by their hearty approval; with his
consider
waiting to burst forth in expressions -
: ICs thrue I was bnt a bit of a gossoon thin, Nominations. SIR : Your letter informing me of my be. sent His patriotism now opponent in the canvass, the Major dealt wit
National
Whig law to t the
Slave seeming
: *.: but I'd bin in Ameriky long enough; to be- ing '"unanimously nominated" as a candi- the Fugitive .: Administration indignation, for not avensrins against, the present death entire fairnes and magnamimity; whs .

. .. ., come a native, and begora, whin Gineral FOR PRESIDENT: date to renr*.nt |Kv...*.... ,.f nu..1 :-. five the nr.f"rafn the hesitation Northernas mi jiui lesenung tne insult offered to our he did not hesitate to admit their m

... *-'_ Van! SwS Rensellaer I was". 2.I.'l "*LIJ-lL O the,_boys. .*" _.&. __ MJ P W VX V/ ..- ... asking:' my "acceptance" of the same, cameto we nay suppose with some flag by tbe shot fired across the bows of the i1fwhich '
WVt MkWl *wm f" he
.-' tell ye we bad av it. hand on the 15th inst. After mature' mounted the worn and tired hobby ef bis steamer Falcon ; also the affair oi the Prometheus complaine Judge Broome :

,. .. I was undur Colonel' Scott, more be toien FOR VICE PRESIDENT : concluded friend Judge Broome, but a course far lea ; but forgot the cast of.the Caroline done with But the Major clearly! de

'j-i "tie hadn't thin growed up to be Gineral, WM. A. GRAHAI. consideration, I have to accept weeping ; in fact he did not seem tome in Van Buren's Administration. The fined between Judge Broorae and

" .! though he was fix; fut eivio in hie stockin8, the honor offered. It must be borne in mind differ materially in his own views i. tone of these remarks (if it was not mere upon points of disagreement. bimal
to
and bad a sowl in him twice as big *s his .. that my political principles are decidedly suspicion on my part) savored of intervention whole Maj. Ward's speech Upn th
.., tody. I FOR ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA. WHIG. of the tariff and internal improvements' expansion and red republicaDismtbatis was just such

v May be, ginllemin! yev read tht accounts I from the doctrines laid down in the Whig. propagating our political sentiment, as as the Whig candidate for Governor of Flor.
.. recollect the Americans J, P. SANDERSON of Duval Oo Very respectfully, Your, &c., tbe Mahomedans their tbe ida should have made.
er tbim times and yelL platfom. He almost if not entirely failed to i religion, by Mr. Mcintosh fo!.

. .:.* fought like mad, and! bale the inemy T. RANDALL' of Leon Co. EDWARD HOPKINS. make an issue until he came to most, sword. The speaker now, in a poetic lowed Maj. Ward. Mr. M. opened ti,
. : two or three times, and druv 'em lack, but Maj. F. C. BARRETT, strain, predicted the election of Pierce and :
'. the British were reinforced agen and agen, r. J FINLEY, of Jackson Co. Secretary of Whig Convention. important of all Democratic principles, one King, speaking of the ice-glazed hills of speech by unmeasured denunciations of the

: and lots of thim divils av red fkins along, = in which they can all unite, or in the Jan- Ne\t Hampshire, and the birds of passage e present Whig administration; he brought up

', and painted all colors too, at that ; and FOR CONGRESS. Extract of a Private Letter from Washington gnage of the day, a plank on which theycan seeking their retreat in the sunny south, the old but exploded charge*,
'. finally our little squad, after being killed up to a Citizen of this place. winge3messengers bringing the glad tidingsof that the stars and stripes of his
all stand viz : "To fight against the
wid Scott EDWARD C. CABELL.FOR ,
taken prisoner, But have
countYsfag
entirely, war victory. unfortunately, we
I Before this reaches you, the gratifying intelligence Here he made distinct issue bad been trampled under foot
along Well, bad luck to thim, they put Whigs. a lost confidence in Florida prophets. It was
us on board a vessel 1 at Quebec, to be sintf GOVERNOR. will have reached Jacksonville, and commenced by an attack upon our standard predicted by the same class of prophets that nations, and no redress had been demasdei

". '. on to Boston to be exchanged. Well, :Mr. GEORGE T. WARD. that Congress has made an appropriationfor bearer, Gen. Scott ; but from the manner the Compromise measures would never pass, by this odious Whig administration; instancing
: Boll sends some av bill Officers aboard and that if did the dissolution of
:: .1 nathuralised the improvement of the mouth and bar of the attack, it might have been intended to they pas the cases of the Prometbius, the Falcon,
where wer.fifty or sixty av us the Union inevitable. From
was our experience -
: of the St. John's, also an appropriation fora and the Cuban adventurers.
; Irish, calling us thraiters to King George, :FOR ASSEMBLYMEN.EDWARD bear upon his competition for the office of of the past, we have reason to be. He was aw.
. t"-, and the liken, and picking us out like sheap HOPKINS. survey of ship canal a cross Florida, from Representative i Congress. He quoted extracts lieve that there is more poetry tban truth fully shocked at the wild extravagance of
. jist for etringin' us the St. John's to the Gulf. Yoif have St 0- in Mr. Mclntosh's and that Mr. Fillmore in the
.4 cut av a pin, up. BALDWIN. from the speeches of Mr. Cabell, made predictions, they expenditures Ih.
ABEL S.
. ", A little Cockney Officer comes up to me, 000 in the Harbor and River Bill. and $10- will result like the prediction of the less imaginative Government he exhausted his o
: and, sei he, 'yer name, sir !P 'O'Siillivan! ,' 000 in. the Light-House Bill, making $20- before the meeting of the Whig Con. seer, Judge Broome. ; ; yocbalar"to

'p ftZ r.aYer from Ballyshannon,1 sez he. Whig Appointments for the East. 000 for the improvement of the River, and vention at Baltimore, and which were Col. Ward now took the stand, and made find out objections to Gen. Scott, among

. "; 'If any body should ax ye that, Fez I, 'tell presentation of the Light-House, &c. evidently intended to secure tbe nomination the concluding speech. This was lookedfor which "'a order No.48, though upon this

: ... It, 'em ye don't know.' 'Take off yer 'at, sez .Tnando C. II., Friday, 17th. Without meaning to depreciate any body's of the favorite of the South, as the speech of tbe day. We had cher- he touched hot lightly, why, I know net,
services I have
: be, 'in the prisince av yen superior hofficers.! no hesitation in saying, if ished and dis-.
not
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20lh. high were unless the continued
expectations of the
Tampa, Monday, singing bad
Fillmore. Covert of this
_ 'Yer not my supanor,' sez I, 'yer not high Dr. Baldwin had not come here at the time Millard a"ack He took the of song !
%'. .. e enough by ten inches.' 'Mark him down,'sez Adamsville, Wednesday, 22d. be did, the appropriation would jiot have nature will not alieniale from Mr. Ca- appointed.his opponents, and made up argument appear not made it too stale for his taste.

.:...'. :.,* he to his Orderly Sargeant, 'he can't spake Orange Spring, Friday, 24th. been made at this session. It would have bell any of his friends. His long tried only false, but ridiculous. He proved con Mr. Smith followed Mr.lI.and at onto

." .: English,'-and so they had got twenty-three Palatka, Saturday, 25th. been impossible to have obtained any thing devotion to the South, and sound principles, clusively from their own books, that tbey repelled the charges againt e present able
St. John's without
. marked afT when Scott for a and estimate.Dr. .
aT us comes Col. survey
had their
up misconceived authorities. It was and
; on deck, and sez be, 'what are ye doin' wid St. Augustine, Monday, 27th. Balwin was able to supply the deficiency. are more than sufficient to cause them to soon that Ward had been an patriotic administrtion. Following Mr.

': ... the boys ?' 'Picking 'em out for the gallows,' Jacksonville, Wednesday, 29th. Dr. B. has been untiring in his exertions overlook a little too much ardor in pro- attentive apparent student Cl writings of tbe 11 in the order of his speech, Mr. S. in a 1

,::. : feZ a red coat, wid epaulelts on him as big Black Creek, Thursday, 30th. and I think the people of your regionowe mOlina their wishes in regard to the choice early fathers of tbe Republic, its patriotsand calm bold, and perspicuous manner answered

: I.; as a white wash brush. Then,' sez Scott Nassau C. H., Saturday, Oct. 2d. him a debt of gratitude which they of a candidate for the Presidency. After sages. He read extracts from Washington and effectually demolished his argmeat. *
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... to the boys; 'wbisht yer tongues, sez he ; ought to acknowledge, and which they Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, and '
: ; Elector for the Eastern District Ms Order No. 48 made to do its work.
The doubtless will was
.;; answer no question, and they'll not, know Whig at a proper and suitable time. Jackson, in strict with the
conformity
'. -'' yer Irish-and now, Mr. King's Officer, eez will accompany Maj. WARD in these ap When the Dr. returns, he will be able to explain The prejudices of the people were appealed of the Whig platform on the subjectof principles Mr. S. defined his O\Y personal position

';.'. be, 'I give ye fair warnin,' that if ye hang:; pointments. The Democratic Elector, and to you all, the particulars better than I to, and not only prejudices, but what an I Internal Improvements, and a protective in aclear and candid manner, and while he

. :. wan av tbim boys I'll hang an Englishman any other Democratic speakers, are invitedto can in a letter. Yours, &c. unrelenting spirit does it not suppose I tariff. He declared himself in favor of a candidly told the audience that he could not
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fornist him and for
'Go below
q man man. free discussion. Judge Broome Disunion.The tbe to even if this Order has revenue tariff, but discriminating, where it vote for Gen. Scott, yet his objections to him
. ; eez tbe Officer. 'Go to the devil,' eez Scolt; on people possess could be done without injustice towards any

: and'so they quarrelled, for on an occasion time, the Place, and the all of tbe force tbey attempt to give it, a if section, in favor of American: labor and were not of a political character and tat $

'- like that 2:Scott is as quarrelsome af devil as I NOTICE. Avowal.D. this order is to outweigh the services of a American capital Sbewing that such a bis was the opinion of a private indjyidua

\'. :. yed find in Donnybrook fair. But; ye ece, I The appointments for discussion i I long life like that ot Gen. Scott. Docs Mr. system is road to national independence from which the great Whig party na. ,
l, :- our hands wor tied, and they tuck twinty- S. Walker, Esq., the present State either in peace or war. He re- tion had chosen to differ and
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.: .'. _tbree..*. *-w av-.UP./., .and v ....meself.. ...."i.wan...!, .av.,.. 'em.|.., .and v- I O. :II. at Jarc.this few place** 'Ztctugvtl and" Nassau(v lie Register of Public Lands. in a letter contained can Maxwell only be and influenced others suppose by feelings that the of people resent!i minde us mot pathetically of the sufferings claimed the right of private; judgment whieeh.
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in the Sentinel of tbe 24th fathers .
: that whin Septeai going
eoling promise there
.-. : they'd hang every mother's son they av got us. Be following days : I her, 1850, says: ment, and that they are incapable of admi-i through campaigns in the severity; of winter Whig party bad that right also. Mr. F.

t j.. : gorra it was little fun they left in us. For Jacksonville, Wednesday, 29th. : "And now about another article in tbe ralian and gratluc? The advocates of : without blankets or shoes because our laid hold of the facts>developing the character

.;,: :%. .. meself I did not like the idea of hantrin'-its Nassau, Saturday, October 24.3'We same paper, (the Floridian & Journal,) in Gen. Scott, stand in an elevate position in workshops were then in a foreign land.- of Gen. Pierce ; he assumed that
,. what I had not been used to, more be token, which it is said that I Col Ward now made a brief examination Pierce was deficient in mental ability be
4 am 'traversing the this and have only to address the t
have omitted several editorials tariff of 1846-the model tariff of
" the O'Sullivasrero a paple above State canvass
; hangia'intirely. the tbe chief of the nation
circulating that magistrate and in
: report ,
Judge
i noblest feelings of our nature. Mr. Max Broome that the tariff of a
;
::: which we had prepared for the inside of this Broome and Major Beard disunionists.1 Judge shewing
are
1::: :' But in the saquel, divil a one av us was number, to make room for the account of 1 have circulated no report in reference to well closed by expressing his devotion to '42. was not the only system havinl imper able manner demonstrated his premises by

;! hanged, for the Colonel, ye see, wint an to the discussion in Alachua which either of them, which I have not from the the Democracy, and his determination to fections. This part of bis 3'\as high following Gen. Pierce through Mexico! ,
came to
: Washington, as soon as be was voice of the ly amusing as well as effective and convinc- showing that having a commanding position
.. '. exchanged, one, and the sign manual of the out their views if elected, and elicited
hand late in the week.
.. The Col. remarked that these
tLnd loulJ the whole carr ing. subjects
the
to President otber. I understood
story both of them to avow in the on that brilliant and unexampled
from the
,t, and the big bugs at Congress, and they passed The Conservator brings us equally gratiaf'ing that they preferred a dissolution of tbe great applause impurturbables.Col. had been introduced into the canvass by his army
march from Vera Cruz to the of
t..::'_ a law in a jiffy, tp retaliate, as they called accounts of the arguments of tbe Union to the Senate Compromise. I heard Sanderson, Whig candidate for Elec- competitor, Judge Broome ; that be did not city
4. :..::. it, and thin Scott wlfo bad just got a taste the FIRST avow it publicly Miccasonkie, tor for tbe Eastern District, now took tbe see how, in his capacity as Governor, he Mexico, he, (Gen. P.,) had not sagacity t
? in the
:' .. of the mailer, went back to the seat of war. Whigs encounter at Alligator. From and I read a similar avowal of tbe second eland: and replied to the arguments of Mr. could act upon them ; that he would not see when opportunities for distinguishing

.;; 4. ;. He'd soon a plinty av prisoners, so he picked] all quarters the tidings of Whig confidence in a letter to the Publc dated lacksonville, Maxwell, taking up the Virginia and Kentucky refuse any appropriations that might be himself were presented, or if be had,
... .-. out twenty-lhree Rood looking red coats, and enthusiasm pour in upon us. August 15, 1850. Judge Breome I was resolutions of '98 and 99, which Mr. made by Congress for Internal Improve h
... Mazwell had made the ments in the Slate. For himself he wouldbe was so'wanting in energy, not to improve '-
: .f- Itiglish not Irish/, mind thin he writes to the led to make incidental mention, only from corner stone of his a
.. ?..:.:.p Br'lish' commander, ')1r. John Bull.) Sez Our Prospects in Duval. the part he tool in the disputation at Micca- Democracy. He showed conclusively that glad t ,make the State a partaker of the them. Mr. S. made a happy illustration -

'; ;' .. be, 'for thim Iwinty-thiee Irish boys I've selected -. soukie. these reslutions conflicted with the Fugi- beneficience of the General Government, and I. by showing that the little band Flor
.s: We bad penned an editorial presenting incidents tive Slave J law, and actually made it that be would also pursue such State policy, o
as a
He is
bS. twinty.three Injrlisb: and now av ye a judicial officer and no candidate. boys who went to Mexico, though
.>, like to tbry yer hand at hanging, there's two giving assurance of our success in Major Beard's opinions are ligitimately before penal enactment, absolutelynull and void- if he should be elected, as would call forth id
'I.. band at that and Duval. But that Mr. by adopting these resolutions the resources of the State. That he was in without rank, returned with infinitely more
. .if'. can play a game, well we are compelled to answer the people for their endorsement, and I lIaveI
and make he. So consider decJann the Fugitive favor of Rail Roads and other improvementswithin glory than Gen. Pierce; yes, who found
i t. tiny, anneres aisy, eez the inquiry of our. Alachua correspondent!' can it no wise improper to speak of toe
j. they began to luck about thirn and finally them, and I shall no hesitation in Slave law to be unconstitutional and void. our own borders. That he would a Mexican fell covered with laurels,
and all others who in aV saying grave
t I'll concluded to let us aff and after the pace, are looking bright so, and assigning the reasons, whenever Col. Sanderson further shewed that it was adopt such a course of policy as had made and those who returned home
: they siul us back to this blissid land avfreetlom. hope for the iTiumph of the Wbig cause, and wherever they are brought Up. wet known that they'were so understood our sister State of Georgia the empire Slate came t enjoy -

, N2.' in tbe brief but earnest response-"ALL'S Your obedient servant, Free-soil and Abolition wing of tbe of tbe South. That he would encourage all the honorsjso gallantly won.

We landed at New York, and it is no lie WELL !" The"Whigs of Duval were never D. S. WALKER." Democracy before they were embodied in enterprises calculated to promote the wealthand It was the almost universal testimony of

1 I tell ye gintlemin the very day we landed in better spirit*. The Whigs of the From the above it will be seen that although !. the platform, and it was not done without happiness of our people. In conclusionhe Whigs and Democrats, that Mr. S.'s was
on the batthery who should! be takin'awalk county design, which design is already manifest in alluded briefly to order No. 48. He regtetted of the ablest efforts made at that
there but'Colonel Scott, that's the Gen. ulieiein Disunion found open utterance, and Judge Broome was not a candidatein the columns of the Free-soil and Abolition that it bad been issued-compared it one ever

cral himself. He knew us in a minute ; and where David Levy's "Order 48'1 hobby has 1850, yet be made himself so conspicuousby papers. I is now to secure the election of with the still more harsh and severe lan place. -$

didn't we know him ? Bedad, the people been ridden to death, will be tbe last to see publicly proclaiming his disunion sentiments Pierce King, and for the future to carry guage of the venerable and patriotic Jack- Mr. Maxwell closed the discussion"|| :
,(:1 -. around astonished on a perpetual warfare the institutions son towards the people of Florida, under like
.. r OJ was intirely at tbe hur their banners trail or their patriotic faith as to excite special notice. against long and laborious speech; he by ne mes
circumstances
of the South. The showed of irritation. That in view
Tabs av the wild Irish, as tbey called us. Colonel succeeded in Mr. Smith's
\4W:1: The Colonel takes me be the band, 'an' is forsaken. DEMOCRATIC TESTIMONY TO very clearly that Pierce's anti-slavery sentiments of his eminent services, and patriotism be answering argu]

..'r4:: this you Mislhur O'Sullivan,' sez he, 'Its SCOTTS HEROISM. were proven by evidence upon which had cordially forgiven the one, and for like meats. This discussion 1 think has resulted,

ti meself intirely, heaven bless yer anner,' sez Arrival. of 31r. Cabell. any Judge would be bound to convict ; while reason, and with equal cordiality, he would and will result,greatly to tie advantage of the .

'.}!fj I, 'and may the Holy Vargin and all the lion. E. C. CABELL-reached here the The Albany Argus, the leading organ arrayed the denial was sustained; by mare certificates for ive the Otlier. That he desirld tn hI Whig party. Messrs. Cathey and Osteen.

:-'.. .-I Saints purtict ye foriver and a day afther,' on in opposition to Gen. Scott and the I of interested men : while they denied every governed not by a mean feeling of resentment candidates for to the
' our Representatives
. 15th, by the Cuaileston steamer, looking, in general but by gratitude and He
,: tlez J. Ye saved me life, Colonel, from the. thing they denied nothing in particular armiratio.
I"S I dirty gallows, too,' sez I, 'not that I'd mind we are happy to sec, in robust health. We Whig party in New York, paid the follow : that the denial of General Pierce thus concluded, and the approbatioa the Legislature, were present, and I think then

:: .. H fair chance bra shot in a scrimmage ai} learn that he was detained in Washingtonby ing tribute to that officer for his heroismat cautiously avoided the denial of any particular people was expressed by prolonged cheers, prospects of success are highly flattering

, ..:ii. ': tbe field' sex I, 'bnt to be hanged like a dogs sickness in his family and business with Bridgewater. I is from an extra of the words which would bring him in con and will be expressed at the ballot box in Let the Whigs of the State do their duty a
t. :.. : the O'Sullivan's flict with affidavits. The feel- October, by depositing in said box. a ticket
/. \ a way vrern't edicalec Argus, issued at night of the day on which nti.s1'ery those of Columbia are doing theirs, and .
.tt ': : to, at all at all, and they fighting for free tbe Departments. Mr. CABELL hoped to the battle ings of Gen. Pierce are so strong what. bearing the name of George T. Ward. (1
t' .t omatthat'sezI. have been able to pass some time in the was fought : ever pledges he may make, if he should get throu hout.was character success is no problem.

;.....!*" : i#,. Well, we parted wid a hearty 'God bless East, but the short time previous to tbe HONOR TiE DRAVE !BATTLE OF BRIDGE- i the reigns in his hands, feelings would ized by ability, fairness courtesy, and can- Yours, &c. .
;;4.J.-5 '. ye,' an Pvc not seen the Gineral from that WATER. predominate: His acts have heretofore been dor. Messrs. and Mcintosh, are 1
election
would not enable him to do and \
;;;' J.: day to this, but if ever I forget him, or don't eo On tbe 25th ult, the army undue command IB accordance with blsfeelings\witness his both promising young men, and it is to be The British for Fierce

"," ..i: vote for him may tbe divil). away wid me fulfil some appointments made in the West, of Maj.Gen. Brown, vote against allowing Mr. Brooke to bring hoped that when they shall have made themselves .AIUl TK. allJ WWT.

::' : 1. intirely. where he expected meet Judge BROME The Chippewa, near tbe battle ground on the 5th. his slaves from Virginia into the District of more familiar with the writings ot the The London Time is OLe'of the mot ztil-
: t.l Yet Humble Sarvant 1st brigade, under Brig. Gen. Columbia-bis vote in favor of fathers of
receiving the
Consequently he was compelled to SCOT early republic, they will be which enKs
(pass rap. of the campaign are .
moved ous
papers
1 .." past in the
; JAMIE Chippewa plain petition for the abolition of fortified
in
. :, OJSULIIVAK. against the present tendencies of the
;''f 1c,; \,. R. Tbe way Teddy and meself happen. I idly through the East and Middle Districts. agra Falls. Scot learned that the enemy the District of Columbia and in slaver Teri- I progressive Democracy, into which I fear ted for Piere. It is plain in its laDPagtad

J', :;: bd to be cousins, !is, Teddy's father! an me i Report on the Intercourse between the battle was approaching, immediately gave tory of Florida. The Colonel also showed bis their young and ardent natures will be see unlike its American cot Dpola dOe !
. :t.:i: own mother wer sisters-more be token, I've United State and China. him ; the enemy's numerical force was illiberality towards actual settlers on. the duced. I mean intervention, expansion and not disguise the motives and reasons whici
: much inferior to Gen. Scott's ; his line was public lands; his vote and that of Mr. King led republicanism. indeed be a Annexed article
;\ eleven Irish boys, ivery one av them naturalized I \\oul influenced its conduct. i an -
been
' .5: We have permitted to examine a far extended, and he showed a to defeating the bill the p.ilnmittr.. if much. ihfV
;) }" and born in Ameriky, and ivery dispositon' reducing price to actual -- -.J. .en- .S.-,. ._ ..n 9--* lolh which from it. We ask
---0 we
flank in order to th copy
counteract he
- t, mother' eortav: 'em goes; for Gmeal Scott for forthcoming report by our Representative, ; vie. settlers ; his vote against the pre.emp. seem to possess should thus become a cure 0
" ,.. President unanimously. Mr. Cabell, from the Committee on Naval was fought in detachments-he was charged tion Ja\V that the poor pioneer and frontier to their State and to their nation. "Democratic" friends-especially those who

'.ilio\.. j.....,.... Affairs in the House of Representatives, on in column! GEN. SCOTT BEING AT THE. ''settler had nothing to hope from Pierce ; Injustice to Mr. McIntosh, I will mention got up the Tariff meetings last year, ia this
" "' HEAD OF HIS TROOPS IN ALMOST i his never-ceasing i opposition when in Congress that he produced the speech of Mr. The
: -
' mark the words.
Scott nominated Cabel and other counties to
: by the votes of ,
4c :. southern Men. the subject of mail communication arid intercourse EVERY CHARGE The action was con to appropriations for internal improvements in which the language he impoted to

'" ; .... ..t' in general with China. It sets tinued, and the ground maintained for more of all kinds, even such bills a; supposed was used, but on reading, it was Times says tTht

. : j A correspondent of a leading paper thus forth the advantages to result from such an than an hour before the reserve were successfully received the sanction of Gen. Jackson.Tbe found that Mr. Cabell said that some of the primary question for the United
brought i iiVto action. Colonel demonstrated the soundnessof free soil of Gen. Scott said that States in this election, it i isjfec onrlY'in
.. :! :';:f., writes of tbe nomination of' Scott: intercourse, and the means by which it can Gen. SCOTT supporters a
Brig. was severely woundedby Gen. views on the the Fugitive Slave law was no part of theCompromise the electorial contests of tbifWeek.BTHrNATIONAL
cot'8 Compromise
i.i': :.j.e 'r It is objected to and against Gen. Scott be best perfected. We shall take occasionto a grape shot in the shoulder, besides a his efforts foi passage measures. SANCTION AND ISV10JUBIX :nuJ-

,'t.11av c S that he ;5s the nominee of the Free Soil wing, make some extracts from it in our next. severe bruise occasioned by a shell or can measures they were pending before Congress, Tha Whig cause is evidently on the ad- UWMENT or THE .IRI5CIPJP! 01 FRK

i <;4,, of,the Whig convention. This is not the(act.t5 non shot-haying. lost two horses killed. from his speech at Castle Garden and his vance in Al chua. Democratic speakerswill TRADE. For, though no country is mon
-: ':: The statement is disingenuous and sophisteatand !- Health of Jacksonville It would be impossible to nut the action- address to the Mississippi delegation. He soon have more to do than to read order interested in the adoption and extension of

.;:.;..:'' : .' its frllacy easily proven. First, Gen. For the benefit of -our distant friends and of 25th on paper. Considering; ;the numbers now touched upon the services of Gen. No. 48. The people will expect that other those principles than tfie, American Ua. '
\ 1; :.R ott on the first ballot received 133 votes, i engaged, THE HISTORY OF MODERN Scott-his bravery, consummate unparalleled sentiments should be addressed than the fight has hitherto been earned on A
:, :';' 1 Mr. Fillmore 132, and Mr. Webster 29; Fillmuni )- i readers, we have the pleasure to state that WARS WILL SCARCELY PRODUCE A success, his wounds Iki resentment. Gratitude for services rendered mere THE AVOWED OPINIONS 01 TUB IXICBTIV*

1 .. and Webster's aggregate; rote being the health of our town is fully as good as we PARALLEL; The, admiration of i/itj ings for more than forty years of pu sufer- and admiration for control the, GOVERNMENT. MR. FlLLMORl'S MESSA6M

I ;t -..i \6I'fScou" being 133 ; Majority for F. andJ.r have ever known it to be at this season of NATION follow those who fought, vice. In this he touched a Chord in every people of Florida greatnes9i petty spite AND MR. CORWIN'S REPORT HAVE cB-

;!". .:it W. 28. So it is a fired fact that Fillmor the year. Untilvery recently, an eruptive thol and those who fell-ro THEIR American bosom that gave forth thunder- for an offence, (if mor it so called) com- UED TO AVOW PROTECTIONIST JO&Ewortby
fi' > and Webster's original strength was 28 votes CRAW t THEIR NAMES WILL.BE JUSTLY :notes of applause. Tbe Colonel's effort mayba of to rank with' Lord Graaby'
,
! ''greater than Gen. Scott's. Second the disease which in some respects resembled mite years ago statistics,
. Com1 I. ADDED TO THAT BRILLIANT CAT- was eloquent, masterly, and convincing ""to The Whigs of Alachua are becoming economy, and Mr. G. Young's
( promise measures were passed by a vote of rarioloid prevailed to limited ALOGUE OF WORTHIES 'THE HEROES escaped
avery extent.It every candid mind.: aroused by the manner which the. and the country has only t.n.p
; : :227: pjrtinrt; CO(j, and admitting! that everyonet.ti was very mild and unattended by any mora OF THE R E Y 0 L LI T I O.N !!AND.HIE Tbe"Democratic candidate for Elector, Mr. canvass has been carried on against in sition of more .restrictive duties
;
: S *01> the 66 ::6/'ree Sailers' voted for Gen. Sco.tpa ; BATTLE or BRIDGEWAE E REMEMBERED : Maxwell 'now commenced ben American govern.rnent,1never b
to and that'tbe-present
,
'it" *!' tality. :. This 'disease._ inade its appearance : by alluding are ready to go up to' the
the first ballot, yet on the same ballot he "WITH : polls Wit questiOj'in
: DY rosTfcuin THE..SAMgSEN bis larmer'visit to this plac\vith! Judge united Irout.Yours &c.' posessed a majority on the
ucelved 67 rotes wbof rnust have voted for amongst.iu.
'j-lj I the Southern Platform. No one'off.alrliei di disappearance over.ihirty or thirty- HILL, AND SARATOGA. their. kindness; apliaeni'edtbcitiens te Democracy or .n' i was given to"all partiesto speaking: partake of a of candidate. of the Democratic pa


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rflucure, PROBABLY FOREVER, the Judge Brooine and Disunion. never sai.TBfimptws.-rtale thing' tcis',1laSTh ..W ..lb.ya .
of liberal but I do say, hti got a wa vy J. Bflowatoix S1yOHssEjJJN4ly FOR LEAN.
ommercid
i,cepd' ncjr principia, vxy. !finding tILing. M b. ti.be k'. E'PROCLA4ATION. 1 .
and if Lord Derby should next year be disdlotake In the Flori&idn $ Journal of the llth thai nobody kas"lost !" _, 02 ef iF.c1st Kswct tt P&W.nia.i C'oort tor UJe lu&a'' I .1lU"AT'MADlSONTU2

American tariff for this model instant, we find a of "Sir !1" said Fiery'aces "you can retire.; Another SMeatiflc ExereIsi l.lfti.t I f liT s
I we have little doubt that it will serve to copy anAddress, by and tap Court'adjourned.: Wonder! The on3TJESDAY.ti of IbM 1,
Broome Lib ULYks
Judge "To GREAT
the voters of '-CURE 'FORDYSPEPSIA '
Escambia
last I
remove the illusions of the protective II under 1JIf.perb1ten4e .r url 1S.&Ac-.tUJ.8t H t .
system from hismind. In this respect and and Santa Rosa counties," ;in which these I &>Another Scientific TOoftiter!-LCTORJNT *L D. .. ; .
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i on this point we take Gen. Pierce to b words occur; Toys Td PEP Lhrgremcs.'IN the-Dr. J. S. HOUQlt- .. The Trn teeaUke great pleasure la Tan.e.u. I .!
tr t Di tiH Fluid Lag to the Patrons of the
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Seminary sad the
a fair representative of the opinions of Mr. I '? charged with uattne Suite, prepared from UEXSET, or the DR. J. HOUCHTON'S raerally their entire confidence ia Dr.As04 paWfe.as.'" -r ;, "i

t Calhoun, and, as pucb, a valuable PRACTICAL -. If by amu this is feeing a di nnioni t. rot-ETH STOMACH OP me Ox, after directions of !OTiC1 h fc raby given that an ELECTION Teacher from the meets,whIch has M far at* ."*?*' .
t ALLY to the COMMERCIAL POLICY hue mrant that I .do now cr ever Baron IJLBEG the great pbY.4i ..teaJ Cb ,- .;-' will M W4 throughout the State oi tterld teufcd the rnterprL-a, the Trustees M M fttsssj* .- '\1

t or THIS corsTRT. Union entertained i-entimeuts hostile to the i-:.by This J. S.is nOUGlJTO.T, l ii, Philadelphi. !, oa Taesday.. November 2d. proximo, for ante ttut they will succeed ia buildi**,mp a ..: ,., t,j.
on the princtplc! of the Constitution truly a Yllnderful rt'medy for IV- tleetors President. and Vic Prudent of the School exactly adopted t* the wants of the eoninanity. .-, .
Here we have it! The Times' Itbe t wishes" 1 deny that there is any truth in the viuESTW nrSPEPEU UNJJICE, United States. Number to be chosen thru. > 1 ';:1/11-

t are for Pierces en cress, because it takes himto In the discussion of 1850 charge. LIVER COMPLAINT CQNSTIP.A.TLOJ..V Dose it tbe Capital in-T&1JahuIH. this 10th Their object ts to f'8tabUslt.ft a"eeznctbs i*, ) t
on which this and DEBILITY, curing after SAlctE'a OWN day of AaUI, eL D.,1.Thos. sis, an inMitutacn in which the n&icsJs.tthspa i3is +*>
b: a valuable 'practical ally ta tbe comjctrcial charge is predicated, I declared myself a bet- VETHODbY'fATl7RIIW* Atn: 1'.tbe GASTRIC BROWN Gnaw. shall be thorottqjilf edocated. Prompted>ra .* : 1.
policy of GREAT BRITAIN Union man than Gov. Call, and other JUICE. Pamphlet*, containiaac Scientific evi By the Governor-Attest earnest desire to promote toe welfare of the rutoi" :'U.
I"Gen.Pierce' prom .
: inent gentlemen with whom I differed aflhat dence of its Talne famished by Agents gratis. 0. W. DOWNING, : generation, and Increase tbe prosperity of ear '-t :

*a'oltln tlte Senatf',In time, and for the truth cf this OJeethc adverli ement. ep2-ly &"* ** Sttrtr. young ana growing State they rely with oadI.I.
I to Appropriation for l Florida relation I "Honda Sentinel" refer to the !_- -_. ._-- Aug. 21. 1S.FOR jjenoe upon the support or. patriotic merots, : !.
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of about the lath Sep. ud enlightened ruhte to sustain them ra the ae- .
tember, 1350, in which a synopsis; of the Charleston and Fiorida Line. PHILADELPHIA. flishmcnt of so noble a purpose. J.
"IA, EDITOR :-In addition to the facts of dfferent speakers at rernaiks .Experience baa dcmoMtra-ted. beyond douifc, '.it J

:ready given of Gen. Pierce's hostility to Miccosukie Lake is -:vea. I a differed, meeting ou I The Splendid Packet-steamer TilE TRUEDIGEaTIVE THiLADELPfllA- TIle the necessity of inarqainc the rates of taltioa. '. tj i::
as
exceedingly rates of the past session kav
i rsrious appropriatians for Florida, I will then stated, with, tho;e geatlemen in refer- FLORIDA FLUID J.r- -"- % A failed to produce a fofScient feed to Mel tie **. : H
ence to the best mode CHARLES SAVANNAH rent expenses of the School.. The Truteea have ... "
: also now state, that oa the 2J of July 1838 of preserving the W1LLUV; COMMANDER. -j ,
Union. ana the rights of the 'Soutb 'ndif now OR,, GASTRIC JmCR Steam Navigation Company; therefore determined to adopt the Qowifi{p r- )t r
: in tbe Senate of the United States we find the limits of this .i- Is running reiukrlj on the ---- man nt rates, which they are satisfied cannot fee ,
letter would perm.t, I could .bo -,_ Line: between Charleston, and Prepared from KEYSET, or the fourth STIMACH oJr? SeriTi,8len! i Pierce his the John's .
tr. sustaining character now show from river.
previous the history of parties from The OF THE ox. after directions of Baron LIEBIR STAIL OF ('EOIIGIA. of 1200 tow matter a momcot's reflection. :
register,
; by voting against a bill making that time to this, that my views were cor snows following the hoars ffcheJulc of arrival has beea adopted'II.t which : the great Physiological Chemist, *''* LIon'h. CaptaIn J. E \\ o.l'on.has commenced her regular RATES OF TtlJTTOffi. ..
M. D. '
appropria'l rect." and departure the' ton. hiladl'phia Pa.. trips, and will leave Savannah t
tions 'for builJin; light-houses, various ports: i .This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indi"'es- the 2d day of June, and every alternate Wednesday Wednethy (rdT.XBTJ- AivANcaPnt SSSSIOX or PIn tfi

I beacon lights, buoys, and making \\'hat Judge Broome means by "Ue) Lave Leave Charleston Tn Jay, at 3 o'clock 1'.:\. 'Tion, Dyspepsia,Jaiin.li'-e: ,Liver Complaint, tonetipatioii ? ( thereafler-say oa the 16th and 30th Jane- IIO TIIs. .n| .1';
surveys"for Lnion on the principle of the Constitution' JacksonvilleVcdneAlaj-,at 3 o'clock P.\f. and Debility, curing after Nature's Hth and 2bta July, ICth and 25th August, and so For Spelling lu-adinf. Writing. Primary Ceography c,}
that year. The bill passed, however, we \\11111Ot undertake Leave \Vcdnesdi.v, at 7 clock 1'. M.EErrn.Mc owa method, by .atures own agent, tho Gas. on. ,and Primary Arithmetic, $3 00 .* 1)
I to say-but no man, trio Juice. Cabin :: .Geography,Arithmetic EnlilbGram- ; .
and on the 7th of July received the approval It is preMimable' would! be hostile to any i '[ avo Talatka Thur Jay, at 7 o'cl ock A. M. ( -HaIf a tc.vpooaful of Pepsin, infused in Through Passage Tickets to to Philadelphia New \ork,, $23 23 mar, antModcrn History 12 00 : J :1m':

of the President. Turning to Little andErovfls government formed or carried on exactly Leave I'icolata Thursday, at 10 o'clock! A.I.. water, will di -r dissolve Ficepjumlt of roast Steerage, 9 For Ancient History, AncSett! Gterrsphy, : i
Leave Black Creek Thursday 1 ,o'clock. ui about tLo hours out of the stomach. Chemktry Natural Philosophy. NaUral
according to his notions. 31. dill This has been t n
own ship built
edition of the Public What we docbarze Loare with entire regard to
Statute, (vol. Jacksonville Frid'1y.t 3 o'clock \. M. Pepsin is the great element or great Di"esti"eprinC'ille. safety coo.fofl llutory,First Lesson ia Algebra ijeom'f i
"" the-- and what we presume he will not _Tho_ accommodations_ for. pasjengors are tmsnr- of the Gastric: J aiCt.-th"t Soltfitt of the admrrable facilities and dispatch and oners new and etry, tnatomy, and Physiology20 00 1 'r-i
... to ;
bn-incss and
iromhe > f- trsvel. For
of for '
lie
following epitome appropriation measure Fur ,
preferred 4 xnsour highcrbranchcsofMatheinatjes.Legj,
4 J f tet t" 1 < :
any other line. !J1D.:{ rI !- freight or passage, apply to i :
Florida'! which Mr Franklin Pierce resisted: the Union."*\sj3, That very article in Ihe Any farther information can bo obtained by ap-I thus fortning AM ARTIFICUI. iiroaZ It, 15Irecil7 I'ADELFORD: FAY & CO.. Rhetoric Latin, U&rall.l1d and Greek Intellectual Philoso- 1 :tJ1t:1
FloriJa Sentinel to which Le refers plvinir to either of the j"ta like the per Laogua-wt. 29 00'rrrec
to prove underpinned agenU. natural Casino JuieolorSi j..., J .. _..AgwjfcHij.Savannah. :>- xtra.- T'T**'i' \
fiz: his Unionism represented him; as velunta- J. \v. L\LUWEL, Charleston: Khemieal powers, and furnishing & .complctt aad *'-- -- .-... -jc-Ite rtatatnation at the eta,. :: 1,
"For placing buoys at the mouth of St. rily assuming and declaring, before a crowdof BELLECHAbSE & F1XNEONj ipcrftct substitute for ,to By the aid of_hu preparation SAMUEL HOYT, of Ute Kiwion-stteadance on which will be obiij-| I .. .:
Jshn's, in addition to the appropriation heref Jacksonviile. the pains and evils of Indigestion and story upon all the tttndcnts, nnlese a written request t
made for the hundred hs: fellow citizens of this county, that It. It. P.1lD, Palatka.Septeniher 1.I Dy.'pepMa are removcdjust !.they wouLi be by (Late or tKo Firm of SamU Uoyt & Ceo to the contrary be received from their paoo 1 I ;t
tofere purpose, eight ; Now when 1352. Stomach. Savannah, G*.,
precise position. Judge Broome [ 23, tf a healthy hIS doing wuoders to:Dyspeptics ) retsorgurdana. :
and fifty dollar summon the Sentinel on the stand to testifyto "-- curing cases of debility, emaciation, nervous WOULD announce to his friends that ho Bvard **n. be obtained in private families At i ,t

**For erecting a light-house on Cary's his Vllionsm"hO does he the NEW YORKPACKET decline, and dyspeptic Consumption sup- to Charleston, S. C., No. from eight to ten dollars per month.CILVRLES ,g .
Fort Reef, forty thousand dollars, in addition material which suppress powd to he 01 th,}derge of the grave. The Scientific 119 East Bay, vhent he ia prepared to do a General RUSSELL, $ ,:ij
the ; mad for point on our charge against evidenced on which it is based i ia in the Cummutteon Business, and furnish to orderat SecrtUry of the Board ot Tnuteea.J: .
to appropriation already
lira is founded He says "he differed with LINE. highest degree curious and remarkable. all times'any articles from the North or South Aug. 19-4 .: J. .. .1.
that purpose."And I those gentlemen as to the best mode of preserving I that may be wanted, for the usual couuaisaion,as .- -" J' 11"_
I eo much of the appropriation heretofore the Union !P' Why does he not alsoJ SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. well aa receive and a/Il the same. And I pledge COPARTNERSHIP. -. io

I made and unexpended for a light i say JCsS" declared then arid there that I Baron LIESEC, in his celebrated work on Animal myself that all business entraHed, to my care Vi 4er neO, having leased the OTTT : )I
pre- shall receive such TtH .
house on Amelia Island, be, and hereby is' Chemistry, says : An Artificial Digestive attention as will ensure similar ,'' ailM have formed '
; eYred a Dissolution, of the Union to the rackets manifestation of ft Copartnership i
The New and Itcgnlarlineof between Fluid, analaguus to the Gastric Juice. may be theij" good will, not doubting for the
for the removal of ofSAWINfJ
appropriated the light. I Compromise measures 1 "yais He contended New York, Jackson?ii'.e! an.l Palafka, computed i readily prepared from the mucous membrane of that my acquaintance with northern and southern purpose I f":
honse, ituateJ on the Southern end of'' hat he was a better Union man than Gov. by the new and f.ist-sailinj schooaorjiJoseph the Su.iniu-h of the Ox, in which variouS articles j markets will enable me to do S3 well aa any, LUMBER jf

Great Cumberland Island, to the said site on I' Call-and why Because he the Orlcc. 270 tons. 11OGKUS :, Coia'r.j of food, as meat and Eggs, will It softened, I and tatter than many. frthe Home Market, under the styli and title ,
Amelia Island." I ( Judge) j Jrr eyOak, IGJ tons, J. :. JtOCiEllS, Com'r, channel, and digested, jvt in the same manner I, Abo, Dealer in fiattor. Cheese, FiistCr.)!r. of Clark & [ tJer. .
I was for a Union under the Constitut.on, as thy would be\n tht-tin-man stomach." Lie Dust Cement Lime, and Hair. JOHN CLARK.' '. ,
Verily it appears from the records of the I.. which Call, being willing to submit; to or will ply regubrly between the ports.As Dr. CH.MBE, in his valuable writings on the And, Agent for sundry Machine Manufactories JOHN G. BUTLER- '

House and Senate, during Mr. Pierce's career I approving the Compromise measures, was <>nt in New YurkoJUSl"Pll "Physiology of Digestion" ot-Jdcr-res'that '.a | north and south, as well aa Silas C. Herring's C3-Th above subscribers wGu1drepeCU'J&llylOJ!
therein that he bad love for Florida I RICE, Water et. diminution of the due quantity of Gastric Juice ire-proof Safes Georgia and French Burr Mill licit the patronage of the public as have
no as not! The Compromise measuies., in iUr. Stones they entered I }t.:
in Jacksuiiville i is I all of which will be
: Agents a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dys. j ; fernishedon short into the business for the "!
he invariably' voted against all appropriations I Broome's judgment, to use his own wordson ( JIISJJEE&CAXOVA.;] : I pepsia1 and he states that a distinguished pro- |I I notice, and at mztnufaeturers'yric. express parpose of i \ii,
: that were for her benefit. Let the citizens -I' a subsequent occasion, "tore the Constitution Agent in 1'al.itkn. fo sor of medicine ia London, who was severely T'I Cash paid at all times for M ool,Green Salted SAWING LUMBER FOR JACKSONVILLE AND TUB I

of Florida mark these facts, and cast to rags and tatters, leaving the miserable It. K. DUKE. I afflicted with this complaint, finding every thing and Dry Hide3, Deer and Sheep Skins, Shipping I VICIMTT. 1 '; .

their votes against Gen. Pierce, in return for remnants not worth the enervation All goods directe to V-r care will bo promptly else to fail, Lad recourse to the Gastric Juice, obtained Furs, Ueeswax, Rap liope Cuttings, Sea Island They wiQ also have Grist. Mill attached to the 'J :
pi Cotton Seed and t lorida, ..
from the !tomichof living aaimab,which Also Southern Machinery
forwarded i ; and. a! they haTS the of
hi votes against their irtercst and that was the reason why Judge Broome ." Tanned Leather in the rough. agney one .'
tk-pteinbcr 4th, 1352. 23-tf jtrartd completely SIf.l"C $1u i ? of the Planing Machines of Isaac Brown of Bap
CARYSFORD. preferred dissolution. That was the reason Dr/GiuHAM-, author of the famous works on OoTew8lolSh invariably. Kefera to citizensof timore, which will be in operation In a few days .
who he BCofiiJ at and ridiculeJ the Vegetable LKes," say: "It is ,a remarkablefact Savannah gewcilly. pep 16-3m and which is entirely novel in this part of th** :
PROCEEDINGS OF A 3IEBT1XG OF COW Hides, Deer, Slicep, Otter in physioloiry, that the stomachs of animals "1 t
Union. in derision country-and one of the firm being an old and ex- :
Shouting out he
i THE. CITIZK.VS OF OCALA. I I as f and Coon Skins, I I maceniu-d in water, impart to the flnid the property Jacksonville Female Institute. nerienced hand with all the above machinery,and ,1, ;,
I often did, 'THIS G-L-0-R-I-O U-S UNION." TEES-WAX, Wool, Talow! &c., and all of dissolving various articles of food, aad of both of them being well acquainted with the ,
; A Meeting of a portion of the Citizens of I Now, Judge Broom, instead of meeting _L Country 1'ru-lwc of this kind pnrchav.l effecting a kind of artificial digestion ot them in MISS P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW, wants of the City in their line,they will endeavor .

Marion County, took place at the CourtHouse this issue with candor, and if sensible he for \vhich the highest market cash prices will be j no wise" different from the natural digestive pro- ASSOCIATE PHI.NCIPATS. to give general satisfaction,to all who will favor : 'j J
ia Ocala 10th inst. L'ien leatherivea in exchange: bv ce*;. FOURTH YEAH l of this Institution ::hem with their orders- .
on Friday, at was wrong publicly retracting: such paid or THE j t
JOHN I*. BAUAt I':, {X7*Call on the Agent, an 1 get a eriptivo commence on the 20th of Septemberinst. August 8, 1S52. 12-lm
+
which, expressions now, (a course which is surely circular, gratis, giving a largo amount of tcien- -
The closes
I On motion Simeon Helrenslon due the and the ; No. 2S6, King Street, Charleston, S. C. tifie evidence similar} the will be arranged so as to embrace ".It
E"q."as to subject occasion,) gays, i to abve, together with tho different ages and capacities of the pupils Dissolution.rglHE I :
called to the chair, and S. St. George Rogers J at Quincy, to Col Ward, that he has no: Fcrt 2.tBUFrUJGTO reports United States.of remarkable cures, from all parts of the and thus progressively! promote their intellectual I; Co-partnership heretofore existing under : a
:
I requested to act as Secretary. changed or retracted his opinions of 1850, HOUSE, improvement, and also insure to them JH. the name and rtyleef MeKlNLAY Jt HAD } .t t"
The chairman stated the object of themeeting. but nevertheless creeps utider cover of the JACKSOS 'lLLE. EAST FDORIDA. : AS A DYSPEPSIA CUP.ER. thorough instruction in the various departmentsof DOCK is this day dissolved by mntaTeoueni.1 J .
be the : Dr. Housrhto 's Pepsin has produced the ra to to express feeing! of the plea that be was always in favor of a ; ,4.
Mathematical Instruction .ll be
in curing Diseases of Debility, w continued by will be settled by John G Haddock. i .
community in regard to the proceedings of "Union on the prznr ple of the Constitution." PROPRICTUR cf this well known Emaciation. Nervous Decline, and Dyspeptic Con- ; the former Teacher. JOHN D. MeKlNLAY. j ;,!

i Gen. Btake, and also the Executive of Florida And pray is not Rhett, who says he is a ds-: THE is picked to annouace to his old sumption. it i is impossible to give the details of The French aud Drawing Department will be JOHN G. HADDOCK. :l.,4

f respecting removal 1 of the Seminole un'Ouist; of tbiiiy years. standing, the same? patrons and those visiting the ":UI':1Y :u th" I, cases in the limits of this advertisement; but an- .. under the direction of Prof. Des I ochel'. The business of buying and selling of Cattle a* .9*1 ..
Indians.Whereepon. Is he not also in favor of a Union on what lor health or pleasure, that i thcuticated certificates have been given of more Musical Instruction will be given to the Pupils also of Butchering will oe continued by John G.- IJ
of this Institution of tho
: His House has than tiri-hundred remarkibk curt, in Philadelphia by any Professors of that Haddock. The subscriber, grateful for the liberal ;' t
M. Bullock, Esq. offered the ke conceives he the principle cf the Constitution unJergone a thorough reno- New York, and Boston alone. These were Science in Jacksonville ; the Principals leaving patronage heretofore extended to him take pleasure .P'p; ,

following Resolutions : ? Did anybody ever hear of a Dis- vat.oa, nearly all desperate cases, and tho cures were not optional with the parents and guardians to decide. -I In recommending Mr. Haddock (his laocea-. ) t .

Whereas an Indian war would be disastrous unionist who was not in favor of a Union apd has been wsll GtteJ a;> to suit the moat faslidiom only rapid and wonderful, but permanent. sor) to an indulgent publie. '.

in its result to the people of the frontier I! on the principle of the Constitution? If so, having most of his UcoraaFUR.MSUED : It i* great nervous antidote, and particularly T zzxs,(PAYABLE\DVA'ICE.-For one quarter, julyfcT JOHN D. MeKlNLAY. .1.1': ..
n'cful for to Bilious disorder LiverComplaint eleven weeks
tendency
and whereas the removal of the Indians : have heard of than ha'.e.- ll'iril XEHTUnXlTUREEXTHE. I : : 1 i
j they more we Fever ,
and treated and
Ague, or badly Orthography, Reading, Writing,
I from Florida is a measure absolutely indisrensible -I Every man who ever occupied, that position: : Fever and Ague, and the evil effects Quinine, ] ArithmeticE $1 00 Brought to Jail) : : I
: to the pence and prosperity of the I lIT bound to set up some e.\teuuat.ng; pica: or The Proprietor has alo secured tho rview ofa i!: Mercury, and other Drugs upon the Digestive organs I Geography, Grammar and History, 5 00 : O N WASHINGTON.the tenth of May a Negro man Banted : 1f; I
I lady ot long standing and reputation aj a | Says lie belongs foG.
other in defence. : after a long sickness. Al-o, for excess incilting Mathematics and the higher branches -j,. I
Country: BENJAMIN
I SINGLETON "
Ile will of .
i1ouc-Keeper. pare no pains to make Lownd eonn- -
free of It of
thG too ardent Literature. 6 00
: and uio spirits. English J
Therefore, be it resolved' that we the citizens This is the point : 12?" The Union to this House uno of this bc.-t in Florida, and hope '; almost reconciles Health with In!em pcra ace. The French Language, in classes .5 W ty, G*. fctaol twealjr reese, dmik uom- ;
of Marion County hereby express our which Judge Broome preferred adis-oiution; by keeping a good house, and giving his personal I Drawing and Painting do. 5 CCMasie plezion been five feet four inches high. Says he baa 1 [I :
attention to business, to merit uud receive the DR. J. S. HCUCHTOW'SIs from to for 24 lessons. runaway two weeks.M. d
high appreciation of the strenuous efforts of is the Union as it stood then-as 't stand patronage of the public. $10 $15 H. FREEZE .: "!

Gen. Bake: to remove the Indians, and at our-and, as we trust, it is destined to fctand. He rei ectfully solicits; a call from his friends An additional charge of CO cents for fuel, will Jailor, Columbia county East Fla. 1".1 i

the same time preserve the peace of the j Ilf Judge Broorne, standing; where he did in and Travellers gouc'rally. I also the be made winter.J&eksoBville to. each patron for ONE quarter, daring ._May 29-tf ; :1 1 1I 'j

Country, and tender him our thanks for tbe 1850 and 1851, asserts he is in favor of that A large House.and extensile Livery Stable is attached I September 1st, 1352. 0-6m Notice to Debtor and Creditor*. 4fiALL I I 1..1 :

came. Union, he asserts what he then denied he to the j
PERSONS who are indebted to the 'rJ
I The \\ u..crD Stage leaves the House soon after es 1
And be it further resolved, that, a* peaceful relinquishes a position which two or three the arrIval of the 1oat.SAMUEL. School Notice. of Donald C. Murdoek, late of Cola,.- ; :

measures Lave hitherto failed to diect the week ago he voluntarily: : declared at Quincy, BUFFINCTON.I'aouI1 Subscriber will open aa C-rcnlng bia county, deceased, are required to eon forward :j
THE
removal of the Indians, we the citizens of "he had neither changed nor retracted. It 0g. on the first Monday of September and make immediate payment to the mnder- 1:1 J. : :
classes signed; and all having demand ffl
next, for Gentlemen. The will meet person against "
Marion County, do most heartily approve is w.tb.; the Union, as it stands that we have September 23, 1S52._. (News copy 6m)_ from Monday to Wednesday, inclusive of each said etate are hereby called upon to present them 'f

of the inductions of the Executive of the to do; and we assert that that Union up to a nIlE SUCSCKICnn Is now opening week. itocms open from half past 7 to 11 o'clock. to the undersigned, duly authenticated, without 1 t.

Stale as issued to AJaj. Gen. B. Hopkins year ago, at least, was the topic of Judge J1 A Geuoral ortmcut of Dry Good*. GrocerieS TEEJIS. delay. I 'f4t4.

believing, as we do, that these instructions Broome's public Jenanciat.on: and riJicule.I .- Dru s. Paint: Uil5, Sec.-amuug which Per Quarter of eleven weeks, for any branchesin MARY W. AlcLERAN A. MURDOCH.Adm'r.Ad. s Du=
,
if carried out will le of great and elScent I We ask him to deny this, if he can* And may be enuun-raied, in part- c..r.--- _. the English and Mathematical Courses, ten By il. WHIT SMITH .
aid to Gen. Blake in the negotiations tie is understand him to submit naburgs ,Calicoi, &. lolhua. Including the Scientific Course twelve
i we now to measures Their Attorney. : ,
in fine and
UUukets Aegro Cloths, Is sold by nearly all the Dealers Drugs
now endeavoring to make. Which, on motion which Le declared 'tore the Constitution tiinghauii and Muslins medicines throughout the United States. dollar[ Alligator, Columbia to., Fla., .1-1 .
of J. \.Taylor Esq. were unanimously and the FlaiiuuU I It popular in and in fluid form, and in Lights and Fuel furnished by the Principal August 10th, 1852. 194
to rags tatters leaving miserable Sheeting, sind Shirting, is prepared powder Stationary, Cooks, &c., extra. !r'
aued. remnants not worth preserving,' because Lineoj, riatiacU, tie., prescription phials for the lue of physicians. Opportunities for the formation of, and exer- Tiu, Copper and Sbeet Iron zJ .

Whereas be it farther reared and carried resistance is hopeless. He would resist at Cambric?, J ackofJctstis! and dotted1Ioiery Private Circulars for the use of physicians maybe cues in,ft Debating Society, will be afforded. 'VORKER. f
rlll 1iD, : obtained of Dr. Iloughton or his Agents, d*-
that the proceedings of this meeting! be published the extremity ot a Dissolution, if he could.: : 1tajker1hicf!, l I I scribing the whole process of preparation and giving N. F. BROW The undersigned is prepared to perform
of Jacksonville Maid and Female Classical i1t'
-
in the 'Conservator,' and thai other FJondians, this is Judge Eroome"a position I the authorities upon which the claims of this Principal all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet Iroa
We are al-a reicinjg a gacrJ.I assortment of Ia3titate. August 19-tf Work, euch as the manufacture of '
East Florida be requested to taken himself when Le nenrj-etnedy are based. As it is NOT A SECRET light
papers copy. -voluntarily ty Jroeeriej( each as- tf' i'
aCnlinary Utensils making and repaJnar.in.
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After which, on motion, the meeting ad was not called upon to do it-when lie was Fl' ur, Poik, Cheese, ,: RE"\IEDY.by no objection in respectable can be raised standing against and regular its- Cotton and Woollen machinery and Goiters and Spouting for Houses Tin ,d.1

journed. no undiJate-when, in fact, be occupied: Tobacco, Ck>S s-a fexr bags of Java, nse praViice.tAyjiciaiis Price OA'E DOLLAR PER !i Steam Saw Hills and Engines. I ing,Tin and Zinc Coffins, and all kind of Reof:1: ;
SIMEON HELVESTON the judic'albtatioa: of Judge of Probate for Sugar, Loaf uud Drown, BOTTLE. appertaining to his line business,which will be "l
Caudles, :btareh &c. ESSEX COMPANY :
Soap, IAwRneE,1\Lu-
executed withpromptness and despatch. .
bottle of the
rE THIS.-Enry THE
Will allow Broometo f1J-OB"iFn '
Chairman. thibcounly. you Judge Crackers of every description, I srenuSn PEPSIN bears the written signature of ', will promptly execute: all orders -* OJ- Orders for articles Or. cervices for the I',} '
from the responsibility of Vinegar, Cidsr aad \Vrhite Wine. for Cotton and Woollen of all :
escape poatious > Machinery country, will be promptly attended to. .
J. S. HOUGI 1.0.V, M. 1>, sole Proprietor 1 ::1
S. St. GEORGE j
ROGERS
which eve* now he wV not recant, oa In Paint ,&c.: Philadelphia '.. Copy-right and Trade-mark kinds, and will contract for whole Mills from the r.L. HOGARTH :rjl
Secretary. the plea! that he was always for a Union White Lead, Lamp and Linseed Oil. i' water whe'el or steam engine to the finishing ma May 6-lt By-C JacboIafDe.tiP.; j
Also, Lead, .Shot and Powder. ecnreii.SU1II and Dealers in McdicLues. chine. Steam Saw Mills for gangs or single State of-Florlda, Circuit- j
Ocala, Fla. Sept. 10th, 1852. under the Constitution, as he is' pleased to Also, Htatoaery, Cap and Letter paper, by all Druggists I aws. Machinists' Tools of every description. I Count9flazt. :1i'Couty. ;
1
understand! it! If so, there areuo disunion- of all kinds Locomotive and Freight Cars. Machinery of aM "It"
"
Fancy soap EGBEUT POINSETT, '111 I
istsaad never will be -for a man has Elaak Boo!:, I kinds on band, either finished or ia progress, so Litllctbn B.Lcww, J
Law. aay
Tile New Postage Agent JacksonviDe, Fla. that orders can be filled in short notice. *. :t4tAi! pltnerD.
i
and other extracts
but to understand the Constitution dJucreat- Cologne, ,
: .
J. A. MAYER, ftJ-Terms) are very low. Johnson, Bil in .j t
The law! regulating the passage of printed ly from othtr people, and he may advocate And a General. Asortment of FanayGoods. TVhntesale and Retail Agent, Sacaniiah, Gx. Persons contracting for Mills will be fdrnisced Francis R.Johnson, } CiAaeery.v t '

matter through the Post Office, says the Baltimore Disunion harmless. That was not Washington's For sale ou low terms, byJ. Kept 2, '52-ly with drawings for arranging the Mills, without and William John Laatinger Johnson, i !
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Patriot which the late not the LIUA'GSTON charge. : I.
at opinion-that opinion
was passed Agent, satisfaction
GORDON tfT appearing to the of the
MeLt Court
session 'of Congress will go into operatiou or Madison. Both these great Southern At Finnegan's old Staud, Jacksonville, Fla.&r.t. Agents Wanted. pl29-ly Agent _u. by affidavit in this case filed;that the above- I iil

from and after the 30th of September, icfct. patriots, who have left their name and repu. 23-tS (News copy.) TO SELL THE named defendant, William Laotinrer, rdde beyond :
LAND FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. the limits of the State of \ I
It thatNewipapers the of the Florida to wit t ia
provides tation as common heritage county VALUABLE JlKAL AND PERSONALPROPERTY GENERAL SCOTT.
LIFE OF situated the State of
o Acres, on the head waters GeorgiaTheretore,on motion of M. J .
unsealed circulars hor.ror of disunion that
periodicals, had such a they 163
FOR S.1LL1.THE 500 PAGES 12510, ., of Halifax river, Orange county, Whit Smith Esq.,Solicitor for the Complainant,
&.C., weighing not over three ounces to 1 did not want it named; and with what die- LiecutoM of tbo late Col. John II. BOUND. I East Florida, 44 miles south of St. Augustine it is ordered that the said Defendant wiQIam' 'd:"

I. pay one cent each, to any part of the United approbation would they have regarded hiui : &," offer for sale, and are ready to hANDSOMELY AND DURABLY i bounded on the North by land of J.J. Balow, Lastinger da appear and answer the aLl Bill of cf I

; States, or half that rate, where paid who should go about persuading the peopleto receive plications for the purchase of,"all his ILLUSTRATED WITH EJidflVlXGS, deceased, and on the south by lands now or ictely Complaint, according &e law,or the sam will b* j 4', :

I quarterly or yearly, in advance, either at take it as an alternative or remedy for i real and of Plantation pe Mosul property Implements, consisting, Mules of a Oxen quantity BY EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, Esa the property of of the said Marquis lands do Fergeaud with.The taken And ax it confined h ii farther against ordered him.,that a copy of this order ;'
portion are covered a
: t, the office where mailed or where received. the Compromise measures! Think you, Corn Fodder, and about 221 Slaves &0., allwhich Many yean Editor of the Cincinnati growth greater of Live Oak and Cedar, and are well be published in some newspaper,printed aad ;$ \

Newspapers &c., weighing not over one I they would have let him off from a just are oa the pUututioB called Burlington, Daily Chiin lr. adapted to the cultivation of Sugar Cane and the published in said Circuit,, one a week for four '

*nd a half ounces, balf the above rate, responsibility, on the miserable plea that he Duvul couuty, Florida. The Slaves will bo sold mIlE' S b criberwill shortly receive from the Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cotton. months. THOMAS DOUGLAS I P

wlere circulated with in the State of publi was, nevertheless, in favor of a Union, u(n in a body i r in famitiea; aDd the lands in various _B_ Press, an Edition of the above valuable Lying on a navigable stream for flat boats ol JonS 22J A 0.1352. Judge, Jtew Jfcev I
he tracts and qu autie< to suit purchasers work and will furnish those who wish to becomoAgen't6 three feet draft cf wafer, these lands are conVe- : juas2Iircuia i"i"t
;. cation. the principle of the Constitution as understood diagram of which, exhibiting the localities, maya to circaUU the same, on the nios!;reasonawa nientlv sitn&ted for IbraarJing rmo. j.-. OIU'I, southern CtrcaUt .!* JTtorKa. -
Newspapers and pamphlets of not DOT it! No, airs! They would have 1 a*>>a upon application &l the pl.iiini.finm, ta13eojuain term" For"her part1t rtn and all neeea- For terms apply to t... DREW aioitro* cooatjr,tm ckaaccry. 1 I
than ia uf iris You not at liberty to set Wilioa, t Agent, or to either of Alpta Office to '
10 pace, 8v 4 package* not replied- are up >uq. sary information applicanu will please address r Catharine Welsh' .
I than eight ounce to one address, to be your casuistry against the judgment 0f the the antMcriberi. Among the real estate a large their letters to the subscriber, C. \V. DOWNING,T.t1 ""'5fel vs. ,}>Bill in Chancery for Divorce j

I charged half cent an ounce,though', calculated South and country, and base upou it appealsto and elegant dwelliug hou* are tho titaUed in the H MANSFiELD, PnbHshar.J34 .August 19-tf John Welsh. > IiI tl
< city of ct. AugasUue, fruuting public squ.ire. York Street New Haven Ct.Watches .
I by separate pieces the postac may sap and undermine the allegiance of your ALto,a bteain Saw Mill aud lute, with the buildings ieptl6-tf RECEiVED, per Schooner Jersey Oak, IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court by :
f amount to more. eliow-citizens to the Union ot the States. connected with it. This mill is -horsepower JUST Ibs Ground Zinc, much superior to the made and filed ia this cease,that Uw ''tH :

f Postage oa all transient matter to be prepaid That is too sacred-too momentous a topic, works two gaugs of upright saw aud one Jewelry Clocks &c be.C. best White Lead, and cheaper abovementioned John Welch resides oat of this i It.
at The circular edgvr saw. There u no buter mill in 500 Ibs Pure Union White Lead; Circuit, but in the State of Florida to wit,
; or charged doable. I to play with political thimble-rig. Florida either in machinery or frame-work. Attached Ginger Wine-the b t article for debility in tbe Western Circuit It i* ordered 'this : j

Books, bound or unbound, of not more majesty and repose of thirty-one States of to it is a substantial anti cauiuodioud D. OAK and Dyspeptic persons now in use; he appear and answer said bill aa ta*' lrst '1 .
than four pounds each, one cent per ounce I this mighty confederacy puicbased by the wharf alougsido of which any vessel that can Chrome Yellow; Chrome Green; l'Jwtll' Monny in November next; otherwise the r.

: under three thousand miles, and two cents common toils, sufferings dangers and bloodof the St. John's river bar may lie aud load. HAVING just returned from the Nortb.wonld Blistering Tissue Adhesive "Plaster complainant's bill will be taken pro eon. t
not to be faIlS situated at the mouth of Dbutor'g Lake, on inform the public that be has With many other rticle&-makiDg my feaso against him according to the statute IzeueheasemMeandprovidedaMthattbiae "I
over that distance. Fifty per cent to be the men of our gene/ation, are ;
the M. Johu'd river, opposite to .Mandarin, about brought out a s splendid assortment of Stock complete. iM:
r added where not prepaid. assailed by your sophisms.DODGHIO 14 miles above JackdouviUe, and 25 miles below GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, All of which are offered *t the lowest I be pnblished in some newspaper published ia thi*

Weekly newspapers free in the county of Picolata. A large body of pino timbered land id Fine Gold Jejrdrv of everY deaeriDtion; rates,von C. 'H. I State fur two months before the saidfint S)

5 publication to actual subscribers. THE RESPONSIBILITY.-"Sir"! near by, from which saw logs may be had, and Gold and Silver Guard, Foband- Vest Chains; JNO. M. PAYNE, ia November; ", .I ;"

; Bill for newspapers and receipts for said Fjeryfaces, the lawyer, to an unwilling I which was purchased by the proprietor for that GOLD AND Slf\'ER SPECTACLES; Jacksonville. Aug. 19-tf Druggfct. [Signed] JOS B. LAJttUSTBR I. ;
payment purpose. 1 he Mill is new, and has only been inoperation SILVER WARE-such as Spoons of all k.nds, judge Southern Cireait, State*f Fkrid
; of moneys therefor, may be enclosed witness, ** Sir do you say Mr. Blianpkins is five months-was stopped in consequence Butter Knives, &0. Gold and Silver Pencils; IJandy Wine &c.OLD A true copy: .. I Ft
i in subscribers' papers. a dishonest man?" of the death of the proprietor,and is now GOLD PENS JA*.M. BRAorwrti .Clerk. :';

; Exchanges between newspaper publishes MI didn't say he was ever accused of beingan iu working order. It may bo seen and inspected Knives,Razors, Scissors, Shears;, &8., a splendid ;: Otard Y, Dupny WlNE&-Co'i very Best superior BBANDY.article Jori.t' 1.BAICWCT- ,Dep.. Clerk.Ang122iri ... !Ii'Ii'Per .:

free. II honest man did I T replied Pipkias. by any person wiching to Wilson purchase, on application lot of Ladies' Fans, Combs,'Brushes se.; i MADEIRA do. do. do. _

I I Newspapers fcc to be so enclosed that '4 Dues the Court understand you to say, to the Agent, lienjamin JACOB WALDBtRG., Enq. PERFUMERY, &c.; OLD PORT JUICE. ,..Notice. til'j: j '

the character can be determined without removing Mr. Pipkins, that the plaintiffs reputation BENJ. A. PUTNAM, :. CIGAR CASES, PORT MON.J.IE5 PRIME HOLLAND GIN. SIX 3IONTBS after ds- ,Iwi1 i .
Executors John II. other articles too numerous to men- The above were purchased of one of the best and vouchers U Awgtj t \ I
the have nothing writ is bad r Judge, merely putting of Mel n tosh. and many ,
wrapper-to the
inquired 16th, 1352. 23-tf tion. ft>The public are invited to call., nooses in New York, and warranted superior. the e tate or C.u.Vlf. READ,deeead, t the ) i;
ten or printed on the paper or wrapper beyond the question to keep his eyes open. Sept (jr>Watche.and J ewelry repaired at short notice July 22 For sale bjr JOHN M.PA.YNE. HOB; Judge l Probat it Dnval Cdonty, ;for j:
I- the direction, and to contain no enclosure "I didn't say it was good, I reckon." WEEKS after date I will apply to the ,and warranted. final settlement of said estotaj add b apply for i t

other than the bills or receipts before U Sir !" said Fieryfaces "sir-r, upon your SIX the Jndge of Probate for Columbia Jacksonville,Sept.,11. 1 S5. Tobacco, :'Cigran & SD 1I' letters. ""kEMEaT.' ;
for letters of administration on the estate I .
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that county
mentioned. oath-mind, upon your oath-you say of William Futcb, late of said county, deceased. Notice.A maE above articles, of the very finest quality, A&w.katati.fcEcs4.JsekftfleJ.nel7b.1S5 .
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In the first publication of the law in the Blimpkins is a rogue,a villain,and thief, 1" WILLIAM 11. FUTCli. A indebted to the Estate of FOREHIATHL."iGPIN.late JL oahandandfotaslelowforeaah.by teA f li

Washington papers there were some errors, U You say so,"* was Pipkins reply. Alligator, Sept. ah 1S52. 23.Q A. penons ot.Putnam county, ]ay22 JOHN M. PAYNE. ,-i- KOTLtE. : .: ,f.

.lhe.priac.paJ one of which confined the payment w Haven't you said so 1" .- JVotice.THE deceased, are notified'' to-make immediate- -payment SHERIFF'S SA LEi LL'persons-ar4 !hereby forewarsed trains* I

in advance to the office where nailed, Why, you've said it," said Pipkins, co-partnership existing between the inb- to the undersigned; and aOpersons holding : WILL U Mid at the Court House, la,Jack. A. trading fbrtwtt pr' misoiy oUe.maAsay I

whereas the act leaves it optional to pay U whaf the use ol my repeating f and William Netue, in driving beet claims or demands subscriber against said -Estate authenticated mud present *,'on the flrrt ildnday-in ,October me,in favor of4ame.A.1icbt.ree ,*eo* ef 4

ehberattbe office vhertma&d or'vhert recaved. "Sir-r I" thundered Fieryfaces, the Demos- : Cattle having been dissolved the first day oC them to the duly this notice. next, ft negro WomanJsne, levied npon a* the said notes having beea partially paid. Tfc asideraUon ,
the law
within time prescribed by or. *
Sir I September.lwl 1 undersigned will cot hold property t>t Mary DeweM under U8CQ OIl,in for which said note war fivea. Jtt
The error was in the copy which thenean thunderer of ,Thumbtown hunaelf responsible for any contract since made wID be pleaded inba ofun*.. favor famished the State butt ;your sworn oath, do you WI ,LIAM.TmNGPI& I Circuit of Days lest law by said Jam PSekeir 1 i
yras by Department charge you npon under the name rf the late fino. Court. county, State of Florida. compelled BT **a
is corrected in the Intelligencer 'of the 2d or do lOll not say, Blimpkins stole things tIt JOJ. ".BItOWN. Co.. /19:Administrator.Pntnara IS2. : GEO.H' 'SMITH, 5herl1r..D\C. .., HENRY D. BOL1.\ln- I

inst. No, ," was the cautious rep'y of P p. New.Elver. 3 one IS, 1352.,, f. ral.tka Jury A1Ip13d.. ." '%. ', 2J6.tcr.'- : Jackaonyl1...JiTh&5 19 ,. .n...

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:* ". THE FLORIDA REPUBLICAN cede from the Union"which. she voluntarily WEBSTER'SDICTIONARY- iI1I DBnG?: m m mBll Poinsett's to a thOM Yours who, to.may, be BENJAMIN similarly afflicted V DAVID 4

in her the
entered into, whenever, judgment, ,
:r: :JI f fBLUHfD EVERY TIM'HSDAY.ATJsek.nslfl. _. To E FoinKtt, Esq.
and preservation of her people' require at his Store, ,
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; Co..1 interest subscriber is now opening
1 ,!>" COLUMBUS DREW. F-7 This is a righ which she has in THE ENTIRE WORK"UNABRIDGED, THE Forsyth-street, a general assortment ofDRUGS :I :: I: .V Dear Sir i I JACSOL Jane of 2.181.

common with and other In One Vol.Crowa Quarto,of 1454 P..... 11 eOI
i s+* every PAINTS V plaint.thnk you lo "INDIAN
"H Ti 3ia.-Thrc. Dollars per annum, payable State. She has a right, and should be per {D-CooUinini TIIKEE TilE le matter bond to notlwt OILS, \ CUsf, ,the Live ever u* LOX,
\ mitted withdraw but it EnjluU compi in this cnuouy.rULISftID AXD @ dLscaaeafld 1 feel happy in
*':'if i upon ordering the Paper. to peaceably ; mayhappen recommending h to the

>:*"\' if not paid berr the eXliraton otherwise, and the Federal authorities al u& C .%O tC UC I I public. Yours GEORGET truly],
.: *' SubpLonl have become debauched their 0. Mao., WITH CHEAT CARE I COULTER
"V of the year, arubrgcd $1. may so by &c:er Spred RECENTLY SELECTED E. Poinsctt, ,
* and ill-gotten that they / IN THE rrrr OF &YOBE, TO THE PUBLIC. E.
. the followingrater. power 1/4 I
. c* Advertisements will be inserted ot overgrown ,1 a ISLAND St. John'August
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restrain her the Union by Merchants, Physicians devoted much : "
*. linen) for may attempt to in He invites the attention Having for several years *1
,. -. One Dollar per square (orwel\c force. When that comes, THEN INDEED, TESTIMONIALS.. and the community, to his Stock, with the time to the examination and collection of the 7, 181- t
the first, and Seventy-Five Cents for every eubse- that that the articles will be found to be Dear Sir This will inform yon
; WAR.andwe ": any assurance herbs
a'V "TUG OF Etymological and tre
turjxuta thirty
WILL COME various medicinal roots peculiar
. liberal TiE pa and at as low prices ptants children were dangerously with tho o
Advertisers a of quality, a my
' i quent InKrtJon. To yearly fresh, primo 1
th Language. I
".. All transient Advertlse- are much mistaken in the Southern peo. A ben done for *Eitglith they can to bought in any market of the South to peninsular Florida,the proprietor of tory or Diarrhoea, for about : week. 1 J
.:. .: uUcowit will b.-C. pie if their.position in the contest will be an country. this medicine has acquired a knowledge in this almost everything that generally ld f0 trt<

.'. menu(except by persons having a running account equivocal one. As for oursclf, in the lan -HE OFFEESCbeivlng branch which is obtained by those disease, but all to no effect.. A friend of mine recommended

..V : ... with the office) must be paid for rre\.tou publi- guage of one of Carolina's own gallant sons, Tobacco & Cigars, Old Liquors whose object rarelY i discovery and DIAN LOXECUST.me to try lour Medicine called iv,_

. .:. catloa. who was sent in command of a sloopofwar mid Wines, Stationery, Flue Cutlery, happy to say that 1| procured of it i.t-ad am .
curd aU
." Penn at a distance can govern their remit to blockade the port of Charleston in a I Jevery, &e., tc. classification.Until present he has had no nnr children-hoping Btles valuable Mediehw threaof

I.- :* taocti for advertising, by the following rates: former contest with the Federal Govern The LADIES will find, be thinks, many articles he of year a botanical remedy may become generally Known,s that all that

: ; On square (twelve lines) published ,ix months ment, WHEN IT COMES TO FIGHTING", WE t/1 be glad to their to exhibit wants and and ln tastesal CAH.of which I bought himsel his compounding labors having been directed to. be and afflicted safe remedy with,this disease Yours'trnly may ,have a cerUii<

:/ V tot- $1000 WILL ChOOSE TiE SIDE TO FIGHT UPON. Ie June 24- JOHN M. PAYNE.BUFFIWGTON of orders from abroad. JAMES LATIMER

V / Two squares,for six months, 15 0 I knows its ." The manner in which be has been led to To E.loiet Esq. .
jchalar
. I'L Legal and other Budinccs Cards, per an. 10 0 AGE N C Y I Every. vaue HOUSE. i place himself in his present position is as JACKSONVILLE, July 20
1851.
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1. Notice to debtors and creditors, 70 FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON SUMMEK ACCoMMODATION.EItMANENT follows:-A personal friend afflicted with Sir I have tried
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your valuable Mod-
" Application for letters administration, 500 -- ) or transient sojourners in Dysentery, having failed of obtaining relief Dar Diarrhoea and find it by very the best and

*,";;". V.' Notice of Application for dismissal as Administrator William E Kennaugh, I. Jacksonville can tnt accommodation suitedt from the regular faculty, one day addressedhim safest cure for this(dangerous disease that I hav

. / $10 00rnV4 NEAR WIZARD'S HOTEL, PEXNS\LVANI AVENUE, 1' A very 0 valuable# work- a KEczssnr 1 the season, for persons or families, at the thus-.I is said that evjpry soil and ever known or heard of. My little daughter, and

; For announcement candidatcsfor office, 5 Continues to give bis prompt attention to the ar BEET EDUCATED MAN." BUFFINGTT HOUSE. an antidote for diseases peculiar about two yean, had slered long and wai re-
: 0 and prosecution of claims before Congress This commodious establishment was completed I dueed to almost a f tried part of
::;. .j No announcement will be made unless the same rangement or any of the Executive Departments.CII.ims .- and prepared for the reception of Boarders on to the locality; if so, you, with your a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST" and

: be accompanied with the amount charged. arising from the Revolutionary, Florida.or tho first day of October last,-the building having knowledge of the field and wood, must it has acted like a charm, the child is now improving -

. V Editorial notices for private benefit will be Mexican wars; Invalid, Revolutionary, Half- received an addition of about five hundredfeet know of something to relieve me." and may be teen by those who do not beleve.

',. V pay, or Widows Pensions ; Naval or Army; front,with piazzas running the entire length, The reply was, that he was acquaintedwith Itepecfu11'
. '.j* charged double the rate of advertising. Bounty Land or scrip, under law of Feb. 11, .L szuKtB front and rear, making it n comfortable as any of and roots COL'.IX.
Dictiond the plants
some
::::. lleligions,Obituary, and Marriage notices,will I Is-ti.or August 10, 184S; Arrearages of Pay and House in the South; and affording accommodations properties would have the desired .To E. Poinsett, Esq.

"r VV be published I Mileage due returning Volunteers; Claims for I for over one hundred and fifty persons. which he ST. NICHOL;Fla.,July 31,1351.
: gratis. Horses lost and other Property destroyed ; lix- The subscriber would say more particularly to ; and animated with friendship, he set .
efec
: v Communications must be post paid. Volunteers before .> tLo. vi iti"r '1 0"1. fyr *.i\ %-'VI tlip rn nttieir ;. his n.J.Ml tt. BQotl4.of
'V eincurred by being muA by
.- p.e :, ; ,- especial corfon, nUl has mode his arrange AJ .L6'11I .ngtieied hn cued wo of our X e si":
'n.
..: ,. ,, V :;:1&E' _: .' 4 V V ( / to make all who may give him 0 call,coin- own hands, and vere Diarrhoea. I take pleasure in recommending rO

.' A Having nil the forms necessary for a proper before other Di> and well cared for. It was completely successful-the cure was your valuable Medicine-as being without doubt
t... Acquiescence. presentation of claims, together with the rules any The Tallahassee Stage Agency i at this effected.. The fame of this cure, spreading one of the best and safest remedies for this disease
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and regulations the different Departments Language 'i b rc\ House. that I have heard of or seen.
;i. The doctrine of acquiescence In the mea- governing among a circle of friends, induced frequent Your truly
SAMUEL BUFFINGTON.March .
he is prepared to undertake all claims, of
rW.O.MCWTYKK..
. :: ,. eares of the misnamed "A justment," so ve what kind soever, that may require the services 18, 1831.-6m. PROPRIKTOR.AstonisIiiiigJntelli&cnce applications for the medicine, until, to avoid To E.Fomselt, Esq.

. V hemently urged by the Subai of the Stan Agency at this place. the trouble of making a preparation each JACKSONVILLE.June 1331. I I

I present day? IS THE MOST EXTRA OR. Particular attention given to the proper settle LL. D., of Scotland, author of time, a quantity was made up and kept on Dear Sir.I have used your 9h.

V : ) DINARY AND HERETICAL DOCTRINE ment of Quartermasters' accounts. Ch. Philosopher," etc. .1 The Cash System Adopted hand to give away, without a thought of in my family, and have found it a very Lxecu3

PROMULGED IN NORTH AMERICA Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount at the newGHOCERY & PROVISION STORE remuneration. More than remedy for Diarh 3. I take
great pleasure
:: EVER is widely extended I doubt accepting a one
claimed, and the extent services required. V Its reputation i
of the Subscriber, in the city of recommending it to the
public.
.".. SINCE ITS FIRST COLONIZATION. All communications, to insure insertion, must not ths edition has received esscntia iprov-I Jacksonville !! hundred cures were effected. At length, by Respectfully, J.E.TOWNSEND
- Indeed at all bo dec 4-tf the able the advice of friends and tired of the inroads
.;. nothing comparable post paid from hd ha passed jl TTJTAVIXG just received and opened my large Egber Poinsett, lisp
with it bas been advanced, either in this through." 1 made his time and he determinedto
V AMERICAN AND FOREIGN SrSL and elegant Stock of Goods, selected with upon purse, E. Fla.
country or in great Britain since the idea of [ cipressi reference to the demands of this Market. manufacture the medicine for sale, con. JACJSO"VILL May 17,1351.

..: .. I tacit obedience" and "non-iesislance'' was AGENCY ar. 1 1r I take pleasurein informing the citizens of this scious that what had proved a blessing 1 a Dear Sir: This may certify to you that 1 had a
.. CITY OF WAShINGTON, ; place and surrounding country, that they are now negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Di
John
the heroism of Hanfpdcn could from
V.: exploded by r !prcady for sale, at remarkably low rates for CASH 1 few, not lose its virtues being .arrh a, and that the nin of one bottle of your
V and compatriots.. It is another melon'tholy BTTNPEIi the direction of AARON IIAIOI1T 1 only! An enumeration of the multitudinous arti- offered to the many, or from having its mer- preparation called Indian Loxeet"effectually

'V ..' evidence of a retrograde tendency in I U l'AL:1R ofXcwYork SNETHEN, and WO11TII-of.Vcw BEST DEFIMXQ DICTIOJJAIIT the English des with which my Store i is supplied is deemed cantile price instead of beiug gratuitous- cured her, and I would take this method of recommending -

., r! many of onr politicians tie despotictenements Orleans, Attorneys and:Counsellors of the Supreme Language." i I' unnecessary : suffice it to say, that I have everything ..This, then, is the origin ofPoiusrrr's Yours truly it as,a very JOHN valuable Medicine .

of the monarchists Europe, and Court of the United States. (save dry good desired in the way ofFamilysupphies. INDIAN LOXECUST? Mr. Egbert Poinsett.I mt TLEY.
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nhows that the sentiment of individual liberfy ?- This is for the following &1 TIUS.
fieli
does
: .. establihment formed V I Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 19,18J2.-tf. He not enter the as a competitor
;: 8 dear*o our fathers of the Revolu- objects gL47za4 c4LQ4L42 for public favor in the ranks of Quackery. I JACKSONVILLE, July 25, 1S1
1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of Sir: Sometime since I
.,;j&. tion, is fast being displaced by a belief in the the United States, and conducting professional I ACCURATE and BELIABLB" i giving a just I CLINCH HOUSE. He has no dreams of building up a splendid a Ievere Dar Diarrbrea-so severe that was I attacked could not with

, divine righP of the people's being ruled business before Congress. exhibition of the Language. fortune from pills and potions. Yet he doe i to my business. I was recommended to attend -

...V* hy somebody, and ruled in such away as ; 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims SUBSCRIBER, -. not profess to be so disinterested a philanthropist I. your "INDIAN LOXECUST." I tr

.' :" best to suit the convenience of those in authority I iu law or equity, against the United States before MTHE; recently opened VFt&ii'2f3S a to offer his medicine for the public Bottle of it. At the same time two procured members ot

] ...'.- and without the slightest regard to against Congress foreign or Governments the executive before Departments Boards, or of \ House, would respectlulty solicit good alone. He wishes and hopes to realize my We family all used were the afflicted medicine with the same disease!
from
- the Bottle
of the
: the rights, liberties, or interests of those Commissioners. the patronage public. There a fair return for his labor, and the expense and I am now happy to inform that one it
at this time some to six rooms you cured
: -; whom it ma} be deemed necessary to sacrifice 3 For the settlement of accounts with the arc several of the same f\"e fire places. unoecuIicl to which he has been subjected. He I us al entirely.. We are now all and hearty

: .. ; for the sake of that convenience. State, Treasuiy, War, Navy, Post Office, and is within one hundred and fifty yards of the Post 'offers no universal remedy "the ills that the use of only one Bottle wel your Valuable

: Who before ever heard in our country Interior of fines Departments, and and forfeitures obtaining for the remission Office and wharves. The undersigned is Agent flef.h i is heir to," but simply claims to have Medicine. Yours truly, .
: ,penalties', allegedviolations TIlE MOST T010TIIY HARRIS.
V the CO:1L ACCUT for Gen. Scott's four horse Coach and two horse
.! of a person who was opposed to policyor of the revenue, post office, or other AND both for Ocala discovered a remedy in the vegetable king- To E. Poinsctt,
TI
-'. RELAL DICONAUY Hack Maillines, leaving semi-week Esq.
justice of a measure, being required to laws. dom for a certain kind of disease firmly
;
; For further particulars apply at the offices of
:' in that merely because 4. For securing letters patent for inventions LGUAGE. ly. Mandarin, ,Oct. 1, 1851.
; acquiesce" measure, Jacksonville Republican and News. believing that when he says it will cure, he Sir-Pome time since F'
'. it had been the majority FOR from the United Mates or from foreign Governments Dar 1&o a visit near
: adopted by and land warrants JAAJESB.ASKEW.Palatkn but speaks what the name of that medicine and was suddenly taken sick.
and
'. V. rn : TIME BEING I Has it come to this, that under,the various procuring pension laws of the pensions United January 8, 1852.. tf. purports in the Seminole dialect-THE TRUTH Your Indian Loxecust was recommended very The :

tbe majority are not only' to gO\'fr but are States. 9 friend that 1 was visiting hae a bottle i

.: ... to rule without opposition 1 without hay.'S 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, 4a I'RKSEUVEIJ of it in the house, and I used it, and taerlea- 1

:. ing: their measures examined or questioned 7 legacies, and inherit.anees iu the United States Clams, Lobsters & Salmon 'OISEff'STHE S L XE USTJ: sure in informing you that it cured .!
". ': of and foreign countries. Il E siib.acriber. has on hand,just received from averse to having: my name in print,but still,for
: This is a doctrine, we are sure, no portion 6. For the purchase and pale of lands in any of 'Boston, 1 supply of the above-named luxu- the benefit of those that may be afflicted,you eaa

e:'';';.. the Ameiican people are yet prepared to the States or Territories of the Union, and loan- in Can, put up for keeping. They are per MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE publish this if you think i necessary.

;; ,r "acquiescence' in when applied to them- jag moneys on mortgage of real estate lying fecty fresh and will continue for a long time ina REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF Yours with respect,

:.: relveg, and which never would have been therein. h-' of preservation, being hermetically scaled SU8SAI HARTLEY.
7. For investment of funds in United States They are an excellent article for family use, being CHRONIC DIARRHCZAASD Dr E Poinsett, JaksonTie. Fa.
of
to be to portion *
: attempted applied any and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends And thirty other Sttcs a fine relish for 0 regular meal or for luncheon.They i

. ;. except those of the unfortunate, corrupted thereon, and, generally for the transaction Sonata.Ih214LJfLzii. are unseasoned, so that seasoning can be Sir: Your Gravely Hill, Oct.2.181 i

::' divided, and we fear doomed South. of all business pertaining to a law, loan, and applied according to taste. For pale at 50 cents Dar. Some tim e since I Lxeust is goo -
from
V The majority have made up their minds banking agency. !*r can, by S. S. TYLER, DYSENTERYWhich A M. Reed Esq., purchased,and D it
your agent to
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one
All communications addressed, to1ics@ra. Monroe between Pine and Laura sts. gave )
postpaid, ,
r-.. ? that the South is to be sacrificed ; this being of my negroes that had suffered very much froma
Palmer & Snethtn. American and For- 27-3L. Jacksonville has ever been presented to the public.
.. foregone conclusion, we are not to be per- will President of the United States. may severe attack of ) rt. It cured him. Sn 1
: R city receive
V its merits and needs
\.lsh'ngtC upon own no afterwards I had another
. ; .: mined even to discuss the measures by which prompt and NEW BAKERY. I nego.atacked j
faithul lIT HAS NOT FAILED Td CURE same diseas. I and it
. : -V this object is to be brought about, under pen- t SNETIIENT, James W. Brat, pufng. cured him also. botte.
Office No.5 Carroll Placs Hill.Ja'yS. Bread Pies and Cakes. IXSTANCE. @a ; . S j
,
cn* ally ,of denunciation and proscription. Already Capitol ATTORNEY AXD A I I do not hesitate moment in

i. .** we see this despotic decree being carried IlwU. Will (except when business may require his absence TIE co-partnership heretofore existing be THIS Valuable preparation is compounded ., your Indian Loxecust 1 to the public,recommending a being the
V' ." out to the letter. The most intelligent ------- from the State) attend to Professional appointments -I' Myers and Coopnian, in the conductof several medicinal roots growing in the most certain remedy for Dysentery that I have
' Bounty Land and General Agency in the Courts of the Eastern Circuitof the business, having been dissolved, .
; Baking Wilds of Florida. I is PURELY and WHOLLYVegetable ever use d. or heard of. proper,yon fid
i and patriotic portion of our people are proc Florida, and in the Federa Court for the the subscibcr desires to make known to the publicthat ESPECIALLY for the cure publish this. Ityolsee
:; ncribed and driven from all Federal offices Washington, D. C. Northern District of FlorJa. he will hereafter carry on said business singly. of the 'anl desiger as. Inventor and Propri- trull.PRICE.

;;*. :; tnd deprived of Federal patronage ; in short, JOSEPH T. WALKER will give prompt: HE WILL ALSO ACT AS AGENT I lie has made full preparations to supply the town etor is fully convinced that it is an invaluable Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.
' attention to the UOU.XTV r and other j.urctiaers with very excellent BREAD, :Medicine. In fact the test that he it
to they are marked men, and for no other for general Business in the State, rc pcclng| ba given
Jacksonville Fla.
.. LAD CLAIMS of officers and sol.hiersengaed I PIES CAKES, which he i now delivering Sept. V
and donations of lands, and the location anti it in tho town in which he resides, and the tonlahliig 181.
* ;:; cause than that they are yet unsubdued, in the FURID.\AR, or in either of the hDI, grants I regularly at the houses of customers. HUCCCS with which it has met. warrants DrEPoinsett-Sir: This is to' Certify I
.* and Mill raise their voice in defence off WAKS in which the U. States have been engaged, or selling thereof. lie takes this opportunity, of espfe"sing his: him in saying that it is POSITIVE CURE. have been permanently cured of a severe Dicrrheerf! ,
'; Southern rights. or the War with Great Britain of 1S1J;-to ALSO AS AGENT thanks for the liberal evidences of encouragementwhich He has therefore come to D the determination to by the use of your most valuable medicine called j i
p". : claims on the U.States for MILITARY for the collection! of Claims upon the United Indian Loxecust, after suffering for more than 12
* But to return to this revived doctrine of SEBVJCES, he has already received,and,while respectfully place within the-reach of all, knowing how many :
; V" SUPPLIES, I.EXSI.*, LOST I'ROPFKTY, &C., and to States for Military or other service, pensions, asking a continuance of the same, fed war- suffer with this unpleasant and often dangerous mouths with that dietrcs.-iug disease. 1 take pled ,.
;.+ I nonresistance" and tacit obedience. We any description of LusineS requiring an Agent or 11T.Jes furnished volunteers, and for horses or ranted in claiming fo. the bread which be offer Disease, particularly very in the Southern and sure in recommending your most valuable thed j
,:. would ask what was the reply when OUT Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land lost, for which the United Statesis qualities un@urplsdin all the essentials which go Western States.In cine to a similarly afflicted. t

i...* forefathers, before the Revolution, were ret Warrant, his charge will be J5. In other cases liable. to make the staff of life palatable, pure, and purchasing ray "Indian ozecut" be 1 remain yours truly:
quired to submit to the Stamp Act and Tea the charge will be proportioned to the nature and {Jt3-Foreltr.il ntulne.-J. W. B. will also wholesome. He will continue to use best four, particular and look for my written signature o'n A.J.JOHNSON.
; :i difficulty of the ca.'e. attend to the collection of Claims and other Professional which, with personal experience in the art Ba the label. Formerly of Jacksonville,N. C
': Tax Did they ignobly acquiesce because it He will fllsn net in rnnnpctinn Afpnfu nr Business in England and on the Continent him in his customer
wih king, justifies promising I refer the below
public to few certificates
C. the'best could and hold F ; ; of Europe. a se- CLIFTON, FLA., Oct. 6, 1851.
they in
was
:.. get, Attorneys rdwb may employed good Bread, &c. received from
:, .; jubilees because they had not been taxed Bounty Land claims, on terms which ( During his absence, Jons W. PRICE, Esq Tickets furnished, and families any where within lecte.lrol of among Jacksonville.many rspcta Dear Sir: One Bottle of your Loxccnst has completely -

.. ; tux cents a pound on Tea instead of three may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be will act in his hteaj in Florida.A the limits of the town supplied at an early hour EGBERT POIXSETT. cured one of my men of a long standing; :
". paid] will rcucive immediate attention. ildrcse Jacksonville.East Florida. day. 1)cicc-5 cents per loaf.HEltY I. obstinate Diarrh&ea.-,4'rdid its complete and cot, .
:. and because the Stamp Act was n worse 1 pst 5. lawtf. every COOPMAN. P. S. Planters should not be without this value tain efficacy where all other medicines ha failed '

:.. DlD THEY NOT RATHER RESIVT-AY, UNTO New Goods New Goods may 2 t able Medicine Every family ought to keep it I take pleasure in recommending i most ..
on hand. valuable Yours. fie.
SECESSION UNTO REVOLUTION 1 V .
medicne. V
,. $100,000 SAVED !! Wholesale and A. M. REED principal Agent for Jackson T. E. BLTCKMAN.
To
.V .V And in after Jears, when the majority passed I : Uetai.- DI'Irrist ville. S To Dr. E. Poinsctt.
:. the Alien and Sedition laws, did not the minority FIE IN l'J AIU. STREET and Fletcher J RECEIVED, direct I Apothecaries Patent .
headed by Jefferson and Madison, New York. Three Store and their e Large Assortment of Fashionable Spring Medicine Factors, and Dealers in Jacksonville, N '.12,1351;
V I content destroyed- Deec before word DruM Goods, of French, British, and American Articles. TESTIMONIALS. Mr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure ia
RESIST UNTO NULLIFICATION, and AG.lNUELEVEN Manufacture, in Toilet and Fancy
to
l'l 1 comprising part- expressing you my approbation of
i':, finally triumph in their effort to restore the SAFES of different makers consumed French oil col'd Ginghams, American do. TiE PRACTICAL. AOV1SEK, or, Cora SEVEN CASES CURED !!! Loxicust as a family medicine. I have your Inda1 '
, Constitution t When National Banks, Protective with their contents! The Safe made by Rich& French, English, and American rrnt. of over One Hundred Recipes, fur with good success. Yours respectfully i

Laws, Internal 1m."t' Co.defied the flames and brought out its contents' Furniture Chintz, Fig'd an4 lat Lwns the use of Druggists, Apothecaries, Perfumers, Six MIIECEEEK,FLA., Dec. 9,i81. :1. '
ci 1 Tarifs Bankrupt without a mark of fire upon them and ulln Confectioners, Patent Medicine Factors, and< Mr :\
and the Sub-Treasury, be Do. and Fig'd Swiss Muslins Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Articles. Edited by Poinsett, Jaeksnvie. Nov. 17.1331.
'. .' came the settled policy of the majorities for Allt. GILBERT'S. LETTER.THE HORACE EVERETT, Graduate and Member of the SIR: } the benefit of the afflicted you can Mr. Poinsctt This will inform you that for .
FIRE IN FLETCHER AND PEARL fiTS. J College of Pharmacy in the city of NewYork.AlsoThe publish following have had seven cases of several I have
, the time being, was it ever thought of or N. Y. Cambrics and akonet plain and checked, Diarrhoea years much at different
suere
NEW YOHK, Dec. 20, I'ig'd BeragcsSilk very rich celebrated Recipe of Professor Wil on my plantation this season ; all of times from Chronic ) I have tried your
V
: demanded that the minorities fboul cease Messrs. STEARNS and MARVIN, J8I.C. terns, pat lard, for making good Soap at one cent per pound, which have been cured by the use of your most India Loxecust, and received an entire relief

their opposition t those meaure No- UICH & Co., No.146WaterStrectJViw York.- Wide Black Silk, very cheap, Marselincs that will wash better and quicker, without labor, valuable medicine called Indian Loxecust. and have no reason to doubt its being permanent.Believing .
those minorities were distributed at the North SIRS, when the fire wa consuming my place of and Florence Silks, of every color than any other Soap ever manufactured. This Yours respcotfulljc, JOHN PRICE Jr. i to be a duty which I owe to the af

and the South, and were allowed their con Business, No. 216, Pearl Street, I was absent in Crape fbawls. plain and embroiderC alone is worth fifty times the price of the book to STILL ANOTHER. deed, 1 present you this certificate, which)01 ;

! fililulional privilege of "libel of Kenshlucr County, testing n new cleaning apparatus Puns Black I.aeMits, any family. Exclusive wholesae agent for tho a you think proper. 1 will also sy ;
ty speech'and in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher, Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, United States and Black Creek Fla., Feb. let, 1S32. that in conversing with many who have udyoa ;
"freedom of discussion," But it has and did not read tlC account until I was fearful it Jenny lAnd l'olk Gaitrs H. W. LA mOD. Dear Sir-Some time since D member of my medicine, I have not found one who dd not receive

*;. ben reserved for this question of slavery, in was too late to my books which were placedin Bronze-tipped Opra Gaiers. 100 Nassau-street, N. Y. family was very ill, indeed, with D Diarh a. I relief. ,
the South alone has been thrown into one of your safes, purcha-from Aft. Marvin Single Ties, Buskins, Price, 50 :ents. Post Office Stamps enclosed resorted to several things usually given for the JOHN C. LEY.

i.S" the minority, wherein' a new rule is to be some years aio. My fears were not allayed whenI The most approved Slppr Bonnets, to that amount will pay for one copy, which will lisels bu"non of them would afford nay re- Pastor Mcthodisf Church, Jacksonville. i
and denunciation found it necessary upon my return to apply the Do. Children Hats, Silk Bonnets, richly bo sent free to any part of tho United States Indian Loxecust was recommended
: aopted and proscription Croton Water 40 hours before I WI enabled to trimmed and of the latest fashion, Stationers, Booksellers, Newspaper Agents, &0", by several persons; I mae up my mind to try it, Jacksonville, Dee. 4th 1851. '
. substituted in the place of argue commence operations; after it required 54 French Flowers, rich Bonnet Ribbons. enclosing a cash remittance will receive the workat and am very glad I as one Bottle effecteda Dr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: Tree parts of a

; menLma hour of labor and application to raise the Salamander Gentlemen's JVtar a largo discount off. april 15 cure. You will please publish thisa such Bottle of your most valuable e called Indian
.
." S S from its ashy bed. You may judge of my Boots,Gaitbrs, and Shoes, a valuable Medicine ought to known to Loxecust has entirely relieved me of a severe I

; '. But have this anxiety during this delay, and my agreeable surprise Ready made Clothing, a splendid assortment, Notice. the public. Spread it far and near in order that !! attack of Diarrhoea. I cheerfully recommendyour
we far
.:t Iursued fubjec open opening the safe in the presence of a some fine. TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS the afflicted may find relief. Yours, &e., medicine to those similarly afflicted- .,
:: enough for the present; we s probably number of gentlemen, to find tny books and papers merchants very supplied for cash, on terms TIE SEVERAL WARS SINCE ELlAIlLTCI. With respect yours 4o.,

.; refer t it hereafter Tak z/ In any point sand, and as legible as they were previous to (County York prices. Tho country public THE REVOLUTION. To Dr E Poinsett.JACRSOVILLEE.. _____THAD. C.: A DR\\S. n
,; f View, the fire. The intenso heat to which the Safe wassubjected solicited to call and examine Goods .
V TiE DOTRIS ACQUIESCENCE IS are and prices.85At F.
can be conjectured from the conditionof Brick BY a recent Act of Congress officers and sol August 15th, 1831. For the Afflicted.
the Cash Storo.
AND
WHEN
A Al'-
MOKSTROUS
OlE; another safe, [not Salamander of which (who have not aro entitled
]
t. 0 an L. B. AMERMAN. receive Dear Sir: This will inform you that one bottle SYRUPS and
TO
THE
PLED MEASURES OF TiE iron skeleton frame only remained,and not aves! tt>BOUNTY LAND, for serioo one monthor of your medicine, called INDIAN LOXECUST, COUGH Ashthmatie (MedcaedCigart
V: : IT BECOMES tige of a book. Tney wens cuupuiiluua more; the widows,and minor children of those ha Consuptc
'ADJUStMENT.
of ic Pills for
il cured of
permanently
: office theraond floor from JOSEPH anicE Uroc.rmi,' two my ncgros of a severe derangements Lver. Sloe
: } same on which they M* al entitled 'he SaW"h will .**-?'?.' I consider an excellent fco.; Tonic Pills and Bitters, for
". fell crates of wrthcrn in the undertake, at a moderate'compensation.. the l-.r
i upon ware cellar, the medicine M tie
'. V General Commission Merchant, and take great AntalgtC Pilla,Oiu'mets, ami Ttocturca,
" .': From the News of May, 1851. ruined safe upon the Salamander. If their position SG WATER ST., NEW YORK. claims of those interested. Having been employed sure in recommending it to the public. plea relief of Nephutie, Utarine,Rheumatic and gouty
;-n bad been reversed, not even the skeleton in office for several years, his experience
1 STRICT public Respectfully pains Pcenitetmd Pills, and Mixtures,for arresting
and ;
prompt attention to the sale of
..._.. ; the Soullurn would have remained.. My loss over the insur given in will enable him to afford great FEkYA tate nenconsand
.ddr r f JZtgftts Contention at all articles of produce entrusted to his care, facilities S. DEZ. speedily, (cito, jecnnde,)
';3.i't CIWO to the Southern Rights Auodation ance is $1,9 yet the salvation of my books in and all orders promptly complied with. 1ONS to claimant for LAND AND PEN. To Mr.E. Poinsett. D other discharges frt the urinary organs; Sty
with the and
deal of trouble
,
; ,. your representatives 01tOO 0 great tic, for uterine r Haemorrhages;
.. .. .; oh Sttt $ and important document which could apl2tf and expnse. Where he obtains nothing, no "TlERE IS NO FAIL IN IT." Ointments ad Powder and Potions, for re* ,
' ,.i ', We publish on our first page this Address, hag compensated me. Fekin Tea Warehouses All letters post-paidwill receive drpic swellings; Cardiacal for
It will afford Company attention and the forms St. John's Beach, Fla., Feb. 5th. 1852. drpiCa Pi
t'4 which we commend to the of al me great pleasure to exhibit the prompt necessary and diseases and purification of ;
,. .: our readers. Emanating atteniioiy it does new safe purchased of you, and explain its merit? 70 and 77 Futon *t., New York. instructions aent. Dear Sir-Having used your most valuable ; Alterative Pills,for the renovation of the constitution -
as m>m a at Pearl street, where I C. W. BENNETT, Att'y.Washington Medicine called Loxecust with
my for
present ofceNo.21 complete Antidysenterie and
.T1IE PEKIN TEA Indi ; Pl dysentery
. Convention composed of about four hundred shall remain building, No. 216 Cm1A Y has D. C. in feel I
.I' unt success my faiy, i D duly owe to you diarrhoea; Magic ad for
i established Embroation
;.. and fifty delegates, from all portions of the erected. Yours respectfully, ben maintained year and has October, 1S30. t and the public t inorm you that myselfand two the speedy relief of nervous aotions. especially
} ; V take it GILBERT. a hih reputation children have of a Diarrhea those of females
we an authoritative efted ;
; Sat JOSEPIJ. for Teas of the most se'er ad
a
character
;
.-: mal the determination and will of The undersigned invite countr and and fragrancy, and at prices delelous In GEORGE II. SMITH & CO., with it,when nothing eld would give us relief. Washes, (the former secure against infection,and

:t : the people of South Carolina. WE others interested in the preservation of their books instance given satisfaction. The. are every war AUCTINEERING AND COMMISSION Publish this if yoa pleaso. Yours,respectfully, the latter neutrality by a chemi process,any
MAT Tea
,; ;it from fr[but particularly those having ltch'ssfes ranted pure, and may be returned they do not CIS.BROWN. wit. oe may chance&
TAKE IT A 'FIXED To Dr E Poinsett.
.JOW FACT, TIILT ] call at the 146 Water JACKSONVILLE FLA. in contact
. A TiE We t depot prove to be as they are represented. The Teas come ;) Syrups,for children; D
. ; STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA WILL WITHDRAW New York, t see the interior of.Mr. Gilbert'i sold by this Company are done up in l-i lb., 1-2 May 6th, 1851. cutients for swellings, pimples, freckled,'
JACIOVIL
,:; FROM THE PRESENT CONFEDERACY safe with book undisturbed, which he has lb., and 1 lb. packages, making it convenient SUBSCRIBERS have entered intJ co. V Salve, for sores; Ungent. for itch, ldhe.
. .': : ,' soon the Convention olbe kindly remain for thft satisfaction for country merchants to have a great variety partnership for the pucpoao of caring on This is to certify it is with much pleasure that I bums,&e.; Ireyes; ad
the Colya
announce to Public that I have
t 8 a and gratification of the public. with a outlay of the above business, and are effectually Collutoriea, teeth and gums; .
Hotel &d
.J State, already elected meets next win- sal apit. keeper mae cured of the nol
Orders for distressing complaint called
fjrj-: Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault may certain of on their table sales cither OB consignment or at auction, ( Dy other remedies are muatad ,
; .J ter, "unless the grievances of which she, In Doors, promptly and faithfully eecutd uniform character of Tea; which of which a the flam being an auotoneer.) Both of the firm tntcr. by the highly recommended rome chemical and pathological universally

i-1! I common with every other Southern State, STEAltN &lARVINJ there i a large voriety, are Tea up in threewrapr. are well acquanted merchants and citl but of Poiett.I 1 had resorted to many thing. : recognized by the profession, and generally
I : ; complains, are redressed, and unless the lo. The inside is of lead the second wa- tens of Iterior, which gives them the advantage was induced to try Ter' on hand at the Brick Oc of DR :
:: t ag ,14? Water and corner Avenuo A St. making sales of palatable and pleasant Medicine, and to my great the .. V
stree and .
::. ; greasing States conclude to take paper,and the outside Chjneso rice pa.cr ready any goode or mer satisfaction opposite Cu'Hose.
a good ma Marks Place, York Was cured within few ,
\ S ; which may be sent to them on consign completely a PRICK phial box.&o ,with directions
chandi
:.i":_, Ill steps backwards. Owner of the exclustve right of Rich' Patent I sale at the New York for eash by days, and have troubled V since with that for their btte, $I,00 *

;1: We have no fdimotition, even ifvehad the for the whole of the United States, and the only the Agent, prccl YIm.,, They will give their attention to making good so much dreaded disease. PRESCRIPTIONS, in extenso, with 'medi- S

' ? GbiliIyloQ/Jcr'sJ5avic. to the people of that ; makers of Salamander safe combining both patent 154: Bronfhton gt.. Savannah,Ga. and immediate calet. They would respectfully solicit I ant happy t say other immediate cares haT clues,$5,00 in hand, and from $5 to $100, according
r Sate itfiheen. *, commonly called KICK'S safes, or 26-tf patronage from merchants and tradesmen. come under my ow observation with I few to contract and the nature of the ease, wh*
:iP:: They, in our opin- 'I'' Salamander Safes,with Rich'* Improvement. J'eb other oitis who wish to goeds in our market dys. 1 cheerfully add my. mite te alra the euro ii completed; or,in Incurable caa s whea
-ion--arethe sl
: bet Judge'.r what course they Feb.G, 1852.-3m. JOHN A. MAYER, DRUGGIST, buines in their le will be promptly attended amount of testimony with regard you the relief promised is afforded. Special contracts

f V should pursue, justice cannot fim No. 19ft-Bronghton street, Sar nnah Ga Valable'Medcine. I.am,respecfnlly &o., made In chronic eases, when desired. V
: 1 fault with them for being more restive undertrp DOLLNER & POTTER. GEORGE H. M. HEAkN, Jr. Orders from a distance with money enclosed,
, Merchants. OFFERS for eale ,every article his SMrrI .ToE. Poiet Eiq. will meet with attention.
i prompt
and insult than
degradation
we have been Genera Oomsslon line of business, besidesSpirit JOIN'W.
;
REFERENCES: M Jacksonville, Dec,12.1851. tf
: ourselves. We have deemed Maiden Lane. S Gas, Gas Lamps Bisbeo V JACKSONVILLE, May 21, 1851
: ever ttbos Up Stairs, New York, S S- Landreth'a Camphine, & Co.,R Boulter & Co., Samuel Wis AUop Dear Sir t 1 consider it to be matter.of
'who to give and take the .Warrated Fre u Garden a duty SELLING OFF OLD STOCK.fTUTE .
r blows WILL attn promptly to all bniinenentrusted V & Bour Jacksonville; Boston & A La to inform you that I had been .laboring under avery
''J:.ftl "aest judges when thebldvrs t their e. Parlcn attention given to these & Se, 0. to M Moore & o.Seaborn GoodaU, Savannah. ,Yiolet attack of OiarrhcEa,whichbaffledthe: V Subscribers invite the attention:if jar'JL

t it .deA received.in .-* of Cotton, Timbun I : South to the purchase of N. B. do when to CERIES PROVISIONS, HOUSE' ARTICLES
Carolina'
-a sovereign and independent a goo. Spirit manufactured, and always fresh ; any BoUorlhl abut
Slate LinK Lbera avnument on consignment. and for sale &loW at can be purchased in the LEMON SYlWP12doi. LEMON SY give up .11 hope relief head to., which they are selling off at V great
perfect right to For Bale ob&nIr ..
se- by CO.jjmjjljjUj
r. .l .February!1 12-11. Northern market, for cash or approved credit. of your "INDIAN ," and the u bargains. R. BOULTER &
W;:, June 1 JAMES HANHAM, Bay-st. of five Bottles has entirely restored me to health *

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