The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: October 21, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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I'f#:tt; ,tN.E: $8: > .An: ; 'SCOTT'S, PUBLIC ,SERVICES;. him Clubs. of:the 4tb. { 'idth,;8th} and. :l tiii "Jous.veracity.' is beyond all quesiioiijrelish \'\y. Jell'that I -cbu da ;mjr /justice _wo lie the mostzealoM, nnotitn ol'

.Sanderson Wards We hare' published that speech the bfunf;Araerican-Jike manlinesst and vote against him. the msQ--
; ,who hates
Greatness Alike'.in war and and intend hereafter to make, farther >refer the old soldier i.and we think be,makes the When I thought of tb1oig and toilsOWe" much astbow and drplores slavery.
ATTOKXXT AHD'COUKSELLOR AT Peace ences tq the important.disclosares"whitliMr. : idea of Seward Aim into his breeches Wiof mmU cliIIOJ.cJw
: : putting march from Vera Cms 16 th*city of Mexico Uuian.-NcrJ'otk Btsdm-,1.
fAVING removed Us'office'from THE.OPINION"OF. Robinson has made* Among the'ai er*I pocket as ridiculous as it deserves to: be.- wbr.n.we'ferefilty'day. in the heart of aaenemy's ,. -' : .: :
11.L County to Jsclaonville, DOTS STATESMEN tidns made Mr Robinson the follSing'for "< -;j : ';.
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elsewhere declares
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conn try- cut 1DII' supplies, .
!.peetfflf1n1bruu fall' friendi thsi he 5 I the truth l' be him- and S 'Totke Pubflcjd ;; I'S ))
which pledged Jur. , man. 'our
hit pabifsh below the :
tiao*the practice of profession as correspondence : ;1' jS
U.' will attend 'ate&ch, and every 'took place on"his return from Mexi- I'df,,challenged the most thorough .invest!*I cbarge'm further 1 ne' made. that .he' is own ''country'.and.:'friends, surrounded by Myatteationjia, ,c.D"M".lC'I t.f IIIIU'. A

the Circuit Court-La the gereral. between Gen.&ou and John C.Calhoun gation an4 announced d that he would Jde*I (heaven'save5 the mark !f.an abolitionist. Unerillas:on every side;and when yon .heardof published an 'fbt 'lorida J7c1lOCrU't Feeeacola

the"Eartern Judicial-Circuit, the Simon Cameron John M. and posit in .the Jiands 'of Simeon Draper: l It is almost top grossly,ridiculous for notice ns'again we had planted the star-spangled ) 9ltbth,3nstantialwbicb55lbla:,
Hamilton in the.Middle Circuit, the ofthe Clayton, hundred dollars,'to be forfeited and given up But when democratic,organs quote "h,'own banner vupon the'Halls 01'the Montezumas stated-, ,- ,
Court,Tallahauee, and the U. S. distinguished statesmen country g '
;Anrnitine. All, business entrusted to political .It will be observed to any onewho will prove that' in .one of fetter".why can they not be fall;;.and 'why and it was still floating triumphantly the S 'BY4&pritfotth.h SfiscaLyear
will receive prompt attention. the proffered compliment was'not mere- the propositions he misstated, the fact;:tbe- give quotaions'.forced! into variance with the breeze'over as brave,an army and as noblea ; .Jh'l", peDditarea.01,the'!.
Address-J.-'' P. fiixoxKSOir, ; I tokenrxf-their appreciation decision, ,to be ,left' Robert. Emmet;, context! In ."1&1* ot lett fr" he"6aTs: commander as ever went forth to 'battle; Gavernment wera\$88,000 mnd a. friction *

DwMl Co Honda.Jacksonrille. the brilliant'military as a ;services of Gen. 1,'1. Franklin Pierce did not speak at all la ."1 suppose I scarcely l need say' that, inmy and when Iheard my.brave-;old commander &*' ? .% ,. 7 *

.Jan. 17, 1850. but also as a stimony of their regard favor of Catholic Emancipation :'during' the opinion,'Congress has no color of authority abused, I could stand it no I longer.' .Well do 5- lq'o.ach statement has been rai ly.(6*.

mCIntosh the civil services'rendered'by him. It is whole time the Catholic test was before the under the Constitution, for, touching I remember,with'what"kiDdness he"'vUHed ColItpraozxL ,ttt the 13tbjea i
it Convention. the relation of master and slave in'a State.'. the sick and wounded in that'campaign*'and \ ,.tbcagiuzz publiatt4 fuUU6,
vindication signed as. js by a!
ATTORNEY AT LAW .'Is that the sentiment of' abolitionist'' how he administered (their dAr after p&rtiCuIarstatnment
:'of the and best men in.the. S 2. He bad nothing to do with "bringing an wants Ot otjila--IUa.a.:1t1
WJLL attend the Circuit CourU b the : :. greatest of Gen. Scott from the forward" the subject. Theresolution abolishing ;' Is it not the entire opposite 1 Why'did our day. I tell you' Mr Editqrthe-officers; ib. Treuuter.lot: Ow1" 1111.1\-

Augustine Circuit t the j the United,Supreme States Court District at now party made,,that, he has. 'no' civil ex the test wasdrawn, by ,Mt. Parker; democratic 'cotemporaries not. quote thir,. and soldiers under his command loved him* 4nd athfoot, of4h tateai trthejtol-'

sad prosecute Claims for oitlsens in i : S of Nashma, a'Whig, and was "brought for,(tool": *" You'my brother soldiers,' remember how lie I waDS summary: wag sJ3 4 mil:! t .''If .
e or,Qualifications.i _
-Florida arainst the Government at W ., ward",by Mr. Parker, 'November 14,.when1 j F: ,'Scond Charge-rHe wished to lee "the visited the 'hospitals in:the city' 'of Mexico M'J1Ie above< eipendimrea'ate, ojU1.f..
ithcr bean Conrress or at the WairnzwioiJuly,24, States and how he administered to the of the fCt5mptroller's
S S it. was discussed Ponvention. ,, > J. (to) employ all meanotiucompati.ble wants 0- WlrraJday1 If
ar2.l850>-AJWUSK, JatJaofiinUt Last tf : It affords us great pleasure: "hand 3.' It 'was known throughout New' Hampshire with the safety of both colors, to 'meliorate sick-famishing .each" man'with s''shirt, a TreMBiy.sertificatesi rdeq,4.U. .1 .

S the enclosed.invitation to a public that Catholic Emancipatiou'wasjin 1. 'slavery even to extermination.1' blanket, a pair of shoes 'and a dollar's "- .** received ...'J 'J

JOHN. ERSK1NE, at such a time as may suit your con- defeated by overwhelming vote some This means, and. the rest' ,'of the letter worth 'of tobacco;' and I one.drew. all :in payment oltuPt lOJtfS.25 fill!

(tarr or QCIHCT, CADSDKN eight or ten week before Mr. O'Connor shows, that he advises slave holders to favor -: these -comlorts and a knapsack also; as did Jury Scrip, cei'e4..iD .pay.; .' r j jment
desire of all is to manifest' not only spoke i in Tammany Hall., gradual emancipation, and in another I,others who lost .theirs.in battle.: But'now : ,of .taxes, ; .055.'" | J
S Attorney at Law I .
admiration foryour distinguished ser i 4. When Religious Liberty needed a part of the same letter he shows he is''in I am to be abused because'lchoose to.vote 1

flu located In Jaeksonrille, and win during the whole of your,military-ca: champion', Gen, Pierce was lo'und-wanting. favor of colonization 'in" Liberia. Well, i for my kind,generous,"noble,' and brave old It'l7.74 S SAl

,.and Circuit Middle Courts JodSdal fa all Circuit the counties, the in Sa the. hot no for less their personal regatd and Though.after Catholic Emancipation had Messrs. Democratic Editors, did you,'not commander; and that, too, by a man :whofires an erroneous'iinpf essJotf(Bay be "*ftfo

4f the State and the United States yourself. been carried in.Convention he found: ttme, vote for Cass, and did he not "prayfor the from behind a masked battery and.won't by the letter above'referred to, I prop .'ta '

for the Northern trfct of Florida. you oblige us by naming such early while .making a speech on the Property abolition ofslavery, everywhere T% Are you sign his name.' offer a few explanations .of the *
Ut tin u Aerated oxttittvtly. to tht for the dinner as may suit your conve- not General' I.venture the man. that has written againstme Nespeadi.tures"for i
Qualification, to excuse and apologize for going to vote for. Pierce ? and 1851.. ; r,
I fty-Offioe in the basement under the 1 the t bigotry, by'sayIng that it was a do you not know that.Gen. Pierce is "op and who is trying to tear down Scott, Let it be borne fa mind, that"* '.slatone-5 <

can"printing office. ly respectfully your obedient servants, dead letter'and blank, which' 'was simply .posed to slavery in the abstract I1' never'slept oh a wet blanket; never stood of lhe
JOHN M. CLAYTON, stating that Catholics' would .eijure them- Third Charge-Scott has expressed him- sentry at night for bis 'country; was never year is ootjNecessarily aate entof

OSCAR HART, JOHN C. CALHOUN, selues. get into office, by swearing to support self in favor of the annexation of- Canada. put on half rations and, hard crackers ,and the liabilities incurreiiduring tht yeaf* Th..
S ,ROBERT C. WINTHROP, constitution which doubt under was never.compeUed to'drink warm water,
S : ATTORNEY AT I a expressly shut Have you any heaven that be terms.'expenditures and disbursements/ are '
S Office the JOHN'A. ROCKWELL them out from office. would answer "yes!" Have you forgotten unless it wa to work off A dose of physic. sinonyjnousj{and trnforttfnattely we bate'ha
upon floor at the
Forsyth street. MOSES. HAMPTON. 5. That so far from all his "atecedents"-- that those eminent Democrats, Cass,. Houston But if I ana not mistaken: in November next single term in our language' to ejcpress.'the
WILL' in several Gen.V & Scott &. his father Lane have all w6'will give' you'* hasty pate'Of Scott idea
practice the being right, Benjamin Pierce, Douglas, unmistakably proper tk&rtwnjej'jf the Gown
Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend THE INVITATION. voted to put the Anti-Catholic clause into expressed themselves in favor of' annexing soup, that you u-i"l: find warm enough for for any definite period 'J

S collection of claims against the United the Constitution, and voted for the Alien Canada, and that"the Washington Union your comfort, and the water" bl.it,shall! be :Nor is it practicable, at the end 'oi'sntf
wish tender Gen.
Military serrices and for Hones lost UNDERSIGNED to to ,
S .property t er 6enyed b1troo iD said the honor of a public dinner at such and Sedition Laws of old John Adams. (whilst under the control of Father Ritchie]) real.Niagara'the water. .. fiscal year to show pr,cde/jr,or'very''nwrty
Alto, &.for pensions of disabled. convenience. 6. That so far,from Catholic Emancipation hiuran: elaborate der in favor of the project But I said soldiers. 'unaer'Scott'jcommand what was the amount of liabilities tocqrred
suit his
a. ielon u4 orpn&l1l of deceased as may with the' great services .he Deeply has failing! only for_ .a'nt. .ofa" two-thirds We want-no more_annexation, because loved him. You brother' soldiers- re* daring that period; because invariabtocicursthatmanyol
Also claims for member when' bus'arresteJ
bounty land to officers : I vote, it bad 110t on .Jiftl1 of the %'otescast we desire to see the Union at peace ; you rnmm.- the liabilities contracted,la
lien And tie widows and of his in the war with Mexi-
country left
ficers sad soldiers. orphans : closed with the important'agency he throughout the State ,at th same election but you and yoursbegan this business of I her tbe'morningted.States he" the army for the Uni*, one}yeRFf; are neither paid ,nor'''presented j ;

Also, will give his attention to had in consummating; an early and hon For Governor, and did not come near simple annexation, and you must either drop it or ,and what wasdo'ne that day; yeSj' : until the next/ or some' IU QlntUr.1W ,

5' to'fiuusua?titles. And. records. ., and. majority of the small vote* cast on this answer for 'consequences. every regiment 'marched round his quarters, Therefore the> arDoVbt of (!,'teor-.
claims to 1144. S peace,.and' above all desiring to question. Fourth Charge-Scott is in favor of a clad with a. badge of mourning in order to 1 1show' ran/.t:which are issued in any'one :-rear-:"j* j

.iI1ll1waeu ntmsted to him will our respect for the patriotism, human 7. That in place of. there being any high United tates1 Bank., now' Jhejr honored and loved-.him; I but, an approximation |o the, ,$tU'OSASthT'S j
prompt Attention; and all instruments of skill and bravery of a man whose whole You know had orders "
not to cbeerrbut
cxectted by him with neatness has been' one of ardent devotion to the confidence in New Hampshire of Catholic Well, he cannot create a United States we '' : liabilities propers, A" -ii | i
;zLct, and .de- Emancipation', being carried, the general Bank, that is the business of Congress, not one of the.voJ teer companies *. obliged From the Treasurer's statement/or'1J31' f
Jaduonvffle.Jan. 25, 1851. tf good, alike in war pe cewe[ that I' to cheer and break the.,solemn silence? aDd it be inferred that the '
S tender him this mark of opinion 'is, unless we draw a line of the President; and ,if the people wish may amount of CcmiJ- \
t to
personally around New that while i .. cheer1 they did. They was a'companyofsharpsshooters trolJer's warrantr ($, W,)
S for services Hampshire, saying, such an instilution, we presume they will paziLj'waatfteamount f 1
Joseph Baker, EL D1P1tACT1TIONEaOFMEDIClNE common regard his. as a the is her and the 'who took a 'part at Vera issued 'whilein-fact the' amooat
isunputrified have
S plague spot on ship have it. .But you forgotten that Dal- ;
P| and M. bis virtues J.as W.a Miller man. Wm. L. no man, captain nor crew shall I las: Calhoun, McDuffie, and: so many other Cruz and Cerro Gordd, and who iso muchof 'issued 'was''$67,153 39. Of, course, it will S

S.,' fWIFERYAND'SURGERY.: : .Clayton land, and thus by the defeat of Gen. Pierce, prominent Democrats were, in their day,. in the guerillatighting on the road to the be, understood that'the' difierence' between
P" / M. Mason R. M.
.' : If.>, Office on the earner of Market and Spruance, bring his bigoted party to their senses,' the favor'of a United tates"Bank'1 T Shatter valley of Mexico They were noble set these sums 'was outstanding at the 'date1 of
unter, A.,.C. .Green, Simon Cameron, ( fellows and'did their .
t o 'dnty to'a man. the Treasurer's
., f $1re4cppsiUthCour1Houe.S Jefferson Catholics that State stand no chance 'of your own idols, 'if you will they are no report 'Now/,tbe, compare
Bell Johnson Davis
f JACKSOKVIU.X FLA. ,Reyerdy You wilt remember how slow and sluggishlywe the '
for half'a amount of warrants istuA ia
. being: emancipated century. political gods to us. lSSit
H J Cc I..E. Holmes, John A. Rock- marched the hill that
.:. 16.L 8.'And in word 'in fine that father up brought us"in which the' maximwnf.with the
a the Fifth Cbarge-He is in favor of a bankrupt amount ,
l Samuel D..Hubbard. Gideon Reynolds, view.of the C3pital before the..b attIe:.of Cdff ,uedn'185Owhich mmia
Pierce j hot lathe ton
. Benjamin .red of law. ,
JiEcRObertBaker was a yes ,
::-1 4 S. > T. Lawrence Robert;L. Rose, John enemy ': trera*;and arriving at the of it there '
on. top in 'thenT
iiiseq enc
the Catholics and of the Alien :J1r :having'\ttn'"D
l A TTORXEY COUNSELLOR A T Samuel F.Vin1on'James Dixon, ,. a supporter Well, if you mean ,bythata, permanent w'our'od) commander kKjifng,through:bis in'1849->5(7'r' H 'J
t ti : : JAOtBOMVILLS E..FUUV i Berriea, Thomas Metcalfe A; and, Sedition'acts; and that Franklin Pierce, \Jaw; one' hlch.wiIJ enable the poorand unfortunate spy glass and crying out to'us as we passed Assembly. S '..__ .11' _r
5 the chicken, learned to crow so glibly to make 'an honest''surre 'd i of .
; t As.Cs.Islonerof Deeds :.for the J.C. Calboun John Davis H. young '
i : him: "Boys, the tapi1 Jtbe capital,the'capftal ,. WarrantM 1".i.I iirL-
from the old one that he raised not. voicein their 'commence life iauedt m. ;
A I 'Sta.&eI of the t1 DiAD : Thomas a. property-and: anew we
; George"E.Badger, Corwin, !l": My fellow'loJditrS how did feel :On
Maine,' Delaware. favor of abolishing his father's bigotry harm done in the, it'' you ; acc't Gezr.Assembly jiothioj'l: ,
'Georgiai sea. nd premises. But I
. .. t Underwood, John H. ,Clarke, N, K. in that hour Did'nt feel life :take '
p 4 Vermont MassaehusettsI, ; Maryland Virnnla,; .. ; ,Alexander Irvin,,:John A. Dix,. W.: during the whole time.the subject was under strikes us. that not the President ; but only hold ofyourwearyttoiZ.wora; you new' limbs/ and Criminal Salarie' . 161o5p1ooq' J3804); :
discussion Convention of which he euuoas,45Ia: ,11$41.,6
' New York. North Carolina 'Leiu.Pennsylvania ., E, Sherrill, ,Er ,B. Holmes, P. W. a .was" Congress can create such a'.la\v. However. were we not led on from'victory" td victory ContisgeuiEIpeuscs;" 5,91i
'.: a: leading member and President. there is n w-n&'such; issue! I ,
it &thCardUn&
Alexander H. Truman
: 7
Stephens, untll.Scott'wasarre&ted and fromliisnoble.aruiy,5by J.
'' It is that'. I away JDr9 8Ddr'WJtnfsae ,'. ,,101 Wjm IConfgt I
lDar I-52-tt : thus abundantly apparent, Gen. -Sixth5harge-Gen.Scott is in favorJrofredaeyigjhe.yjftoj ) "
-S .J": b Wm Ballard Preston,I. G. Hampton, : his'own Government t !
: .
expensct4 (
. -Ba1PJAflSON_ ;' H. Crazier, Hi S. Conger,John L.-f y- Pierce.did.not.. care..euQugh. for, removing' >ower_soas.lo give bare- But-by.tbiblewinjof GoJ W8willtrj saiL 'Iaa ;'oo' .." .'
: ATTORNS 'A T- LA W S : R. Tomb, J. Nf.; Crisfield T. Butler Jhls persecuting clause' frctd the Constltu- majority! power to,overrule, its".exercise.; 7 I be'wita him)a ain: a ,Novembe4andwhen4 RentbfArmorvi. scf.oa'c. .tl S'

,'I HAS"rem.T.| to 'JaekMnriUe,' J.i R. In ersqlJ, John S. \.PendJeton, ion, even to make a speech against j it, In favor of reducing moonbeams intogaslight ever Scott leacfi\YlctorY..ISIIU ''Newspa Print laws fc -Rp1i.OSO:. :
-1 will practice in*the Eastern and / Van 'Dyke, Washington Barrow though he held forth on almost every other !I. What'power would he ha'v''a: talk about iSevier( ..county1.failingoff 'ResaentefortheGo/nbrr' """.. J! -,
S enlist the Supreme Court of the State object great and smalL That the ''unchari- President of tbe'.Union tO'ameiid.'the; pers may .
tbe U I& District Court for the.Northern P. Marth, M. P. Gentry;P.MBar- hundred votes and"alltbat'kind of Statunda&bne : T li
: table: lest still otains the fundamental l law', stitution of'the United States? What I '
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o( Florida. / Feo.i9l4 E..C. Cabell, F. ArTallmadge-- I stuff but with old Scott as our'Jeaderf, she ?Ueeth reveT.0eeipcn-7l'a S
S because the Democratic of New his
S'S o. 1 Stewart,:.T. L. Clingman .Wm,, Duer, party greater barm' can :there, be. in abstract will roll up.lhe largest.Whig4vote she''.:ever. of land lwapt.uaJor { r 71..sea TuJ J ,J
Hampshire would not vote for its erasure opinions I'the veto than in Gen. Pierce's .
,1), S .Attarner sit Iw. a I. P. H. Silvester D.Rutnsey though the it. Whigs'gave: largo'majorities. to abstract opinions upon slaverywhich: you. :are.here, and; they.will. couat>in any MflMa. ,r. : ;';.JWR S
- Houston Wffl.; expunge defend so stoutlyibecause tfiey 'an abstrac crowd.- : ': 5" -'
S ,OrJrXB .PA.LA'J'KA $.Gregory,.John-W. Taxes da ; 48d'AOrphan
", tionst- ;'B sid .s",w hat issue is..there [before And fellotf'sol Jiers let's w '. l .. *' S ",_S 2
WILL practice la the Eastern Circuit.] ,Thomas S.Flournoy, 0. Kellogg From thtN\O.: \ Crerc rita 'neutral'paper.) the now, give a long Find. L :: ? 1
S{ f entrusted' to. their.caw will. be promptly .C. S.Morel cad,.,J. Rockwell, The Gen. the country, concerning veto power pull, a strong pall!J,:and a pull! J geth r9" for Interest on moheV'Dofrow'," '? .*' ..'....!r5 1
Scott Cb Scott
.i't.o.: :r- FebruaryW, Nelson J. W Farrelly, Henry Ness, charges against Seventh rge-Gen' is supported. our brave old chieftain General Scott.. Eyes S ed.from School Fund ;" .'. I
4d;: SaTannah'/tgntMieon please publish '- Frce-soilers arid Abolitionist at the ;, s.
by < 5'S J{tt
.' .John.Strohm B. G. Thibo- ? "forward h.JI 'S
,; nd their bill to this office.: Any one who bag read the Arabian North. right1 ; rnar' ; '- !
James Pollock, W. Newell,D. Out [ 'L.W.SIiIlEWS., : J'I 7'83 $6't.' j'ci
.. ,
Knights entertainments Thousand and Well, do not Martin Van Buren;.John ,. J.
S 05SIArfiB.BART J. Dickey C, Butler, W. A. Bradley,
: One Tales must remember how invariably Looic t. S ,,1 { ," !,1 T
S. Fulton,.W., M. Cocke, Johu Gayle, Van Buren Preston King, and a host,of the 6u This PlcturenI Then on Tb ;

j S ATTORNEY ATLAW W. Seatoo, W Lenox, Silas .Hi..Hill, every story:winds'o p with, 'That will do;, same'Abolitionand, esoil.kiJn. y.\s.; p- : xguilf5f1.on1 ia.s .J il
The Locofoco are1, ; Seward ,
.. KEY \VTEST, Ft AM now let us go to sleep. Gen.'Pierce at'the North press holding up.
port S'itseIf
Practices In the United' Stales'and State W.Maury,J. T,.To wers Walter Jones, ,In this warm.weatbefj when we read the Eighth Charge-Gen. Scott is in favor of & .Co. as.the ,. d. nd..bJOody- The first item. of:excess" explaiof"7 S C '

'. of the Southern District of .F nklio Richard..Wallacb'George"S. thousand and one charges'against the 'candidates modifying our naturalization laws'so as to bones of the Whig party, with: which they ,- '' ._. ;#$. 1 nt
.JDlllG-tlr', l' ;.Hugh B..Sweeny1/Thomas Parker, the Southern caused_ by eatal1UlNllntf. ,;.
Adams Jo. Gales Ji.W M orbead. for the Ptesldencyj :we are' temptedto admU aliens to the elective, franchise upon attempt to frighten people into tephttj,'" jT
'* exclaim in that'e '"That will the of Gen: Pi rce' 'Now,-"!i.we >"C JAMES Mi B AKER me humor condition yiz. that support ; '
: P. R.Fe dalJ.W. H. ,Winter, only one they serve one : t1. ;
"Expenses r .f
< :; do;'now let us go to: sleep." And in this in the or 'navy'of the 'United would ask Southern people'fo'exlUlune! the "J
J t S,. ,iljLfromrr AT,LLWR ... F.,Bayly John.A. Blake. spirit, we read an article in the Nashville year States army "- S 'following list of, the abolition supporters of Less 'in'ldj' tJ 18521" Y,1 .' 'WD

.; &l# ?ri ,Columbia;Co'East REPLY'.OF. MAJ. .SCOTT. Union. There are nine distinct charges j :This charge is totally incorrect-without the two candidates iHi SS ; "' '"1' .f'-.l. V..MM.JWNecessarily.ttrJabYev. ',.,.."if16&
J .._.
,,: r.H Hi WHIT SMITH..L'ttOJUBT' EixtABETttrowir, (N.Y.>Ang;D, 1S18. some a repetition of others} but stilJj let'' us I foundation in/act-andwe,
t AT LAW, t Returning prematurely from briefly examine' them.: S 'attempt b prove it.: "We do not ask for assertions Wm',' Sewardi Iliartin: Yan .Biuenf : Ltingatsev'place i' S.. r.jjiut'1:a.o 'f'. .

Columbia Co. East. shore,'I have the honor to 'find here First charge-Scott is in the hands of j'' we wish 'any'siich''language J '"or Horace Greeley";' John Van Buren N prosecutions in 1f.1oq'j1 's.. ,I .
Alligator :j.jess.in
. 1 communication tendering meon the part free oilers, abolitionists Seward, etc. ; declaration to be quoted Jov.JohostorijThaddens John'AVDixrThomas' E4 u aJ" "

' large number of the'members of the two Proof Messrs. Gentry and Williams; Ninth Charge-Gen. Scott stubbornly refuses Stevens! H.,&ntoD.: r 185I. .I'08id0" "'''r, 1) 1f1J.1:1I- '
JOHN 0. HATE1VEY Now-Me88rs. Gentry and Williams neVer his position on the ..Compro- Preston Kingr 'I I ; ''M'hfT ,
to ;
dinner define act bf
.of Congress;a public on. any Jnder special i85I i. .TOOC(};;t-A_ _
: F ATTORNEY AT that I 'may': name-an invitation '.the made any such charge, in the manner or to mls. S .. -5' B..F;,Hallett",,'v Do! t. .! ."1850.r J.OOO J.',1

OFFICE, BLOUNTS flattering,. but which, on'account .of the 5effect'alleged.. The whole tenor of Broadly incorrect. He 'defined it In'his :B. .F Butler, .. Under. (of'Assembly414"M' .
; their: remarks has been that Scott having in his letter of r. '. David "
COLUMBIA I am obliged to Castle Garden speech, acceptance WilmotiThomas t'ot'185t '
;; CO&NTT physical} debility,. been S '. .. ; $ia Ja: _
an originally }preferred candiclate..witbSeward. and in various other vays- ; W Dorr,4V .B.et'I\tI..Y. .x" "
Will S '. S : ; i,48Ii
, practice in-the Court* of the "S : _
S ( \ JJt. r.
his nomination hereafter ''
District. earlier, the happiness td receive from they apprehended Some of these charges we shall.:; .. .. S .; '; ., .W. J.BrowDf: r5S "SeyefiU4C .ft. C7kI ". <
. ," 1 t.l f :
S I be intoa'Ireesoil abolition "' ,11',04 ;
might construed refute at length. We are confident, H. Hamim,. : ;
sep'Lllv member :tbe. Congress in greater UQ' .J' I .tn adetipaTai 'IL t
present. .
? a e.. -r-rl '
: :- "_. form certainresolutionsi. highest triumph., They.never pretended.that Scott inthe meantIme,'that such"fire .as this .is S. j John Atwood, : l
CJn.S.7'! 1
was either an abolitionist ora freesoiler. not the one-tenth'as deadly1 as''that which i'S. Moses Nom. ; '.' 'k. .
Edmund Whitney that could be b bestowed n.a: Under sjtd at .. 3' '
., .
di'stinguishfd ; -i't. ,
S On[ the other hand Quitman a the gallant chieftain at Lundy's C. F Cleveland !
.1M'and legally qnalified oldi r..nTbe"present,.Invitation:ex played upon 'l : .-, ., II -.. .: .i
Democrat has borne testimony '" n
- Measorcr and Inspector or .. the"private consideration ol BO ma- public' bane. ; /'si ,, Francis Thomas '.. ..'Y$9"48.39.J.3M41.. ',; ;.
? DlITal'Co.niT" ; that there s' no ;danger of Seward's S ,N. Y.Eves Post,.. .'.
of the'mosdi tingoiah d ,Repreftenta- 5A "' .. ,11.'j.ettcE .., ,, S ,' : Deduct excess ot15a: : : : -.j 949;.}1'b"t
> May bo found when his erriees are controlling,Gen Scott As additional proof, from mn Old.Soldier Cleveland Plaindeal-. .
: at the Republican office. s'pf, the States and thePeople! the *, >n C' : '- .'. .
inquiry letter '
: we offer the following extract from:a ': er, .
;1o.' : 11,6th-' D, _without regard to party .snp'e dds eeivesf as'scc'd futjciccea *<>Ji, $35,6f .U J.
'ofpcrsonat thank's'and: received here"yestFrda1.'t: is from/a'citi- i We invite the"attonof, ; .tberireader to ; S ) Albany Atlas ThattheTreasury.wzqaatse.. '. .k J

' ; lk' ; .. hgato.n'ongentlemen. zen ofLoursiana/distinguisbed not, only 'in i one of "the signs of. the times'.w ich is contained. -, j U! Sandu3ky(0.0aily. :: I .:deem185l, 'J' WOL:

: f.. "J011'0'1'. j : fUow-cltizcn and, friend, this Sate'buttbrougboutthe" South-west) In the following'lettet! Lieut. ,Dernocrae., 'S and those;received:ia:'payment,,, ., b..1a _
? S COTTON FACTORS one not mere eminent) position .thantxeruplary : SMUof JSei'vef 'countv". F.astTennesseTi fn'tfieT-Si'bti column will be observed;the '. -
:of"taxes 'S : 10,343,2.e
l"WwwELD SCOTT. ,, *
S& __ __ ,, ,, A
A +
RJriiRCl Jn: very, social, relation. He }isspeaking ; ;sKnoxville:'Register-'BaYsb "is,oee'of L L..r 'L' : .
dinri&aAX.comu : : C. ; names of men wno.DaveTowa ior we wuigcandidate hot chargeablekt63185l'.as liabilities., fl
J. Calhoun R..
: ...M* Clayton, ., 'of recent interviews with'Gener4 whdvolnnteeered from Sevier county _
those for Harrison
always-they,voted that obvious from the fO .UtffcOt
; .15.!
55 'Comtr'Bdy and Jefferiori & J, A. Rockwell,and M. Hamp S -" afterwards year i i
V.N1AP4uA. 'Committee &c. ScbttJ to serve' in, ,the-MexicaJ warj was hey:vote for Clay; they voted for Taylor some rthein were,!issued as eatlras.il,< +
mOY: about the visitors'withbu commissioned "
'; )OID:*O8TOK. 'JOHN # He among a lieutenant, by'.Poltrfought md Fillmore, and now"because.tbese'men. : &Dd. on were' issued.afuf.23d: January*, tt
: October SO,'I8S1. tt." ; either ifyss"!or 'leathers"and is by mo In'etery battle i in' the valley of'MCii. are agoing to-vote for Scott agreat 'hubbub t M* >. f. "i T-- 'IItZAHD5.,.1
for Catholics- :Read means arrogant, his dejortmenvas 'tim unc1eci' In battle, && '
. or assaming2in j corWU5everal w is raised about it.&nd some few SontbeniWhigsj
.E.M.; MOORE ,' ,. '; : te iB'g'enerally"represented to)be.: .' S r.I"' "1. '''' t
A. C ---S scars on his, bOdy-testify.f' Wng t) i'"lJ1e; ehafgesolabohtronism r\.oOJlln rO', J'n J, A& -_ t'I
. 'k .GENERAL ..-PIERCE:ON"cATH6LIC. 'EMANCIPATION I have had several franfi'and familiar 'conversations Here is the .testimonyjof an old soldier, .o1t was brought (fen) against the mbet 1S .5J'+ '. 'w.i
S ,,t.-S'
d"'DJIl KEEOHANTS! t with bira; :I have told [him thatI formerly a'Democra,.bnt.wbo.cannouuiat 'pun and conservative FIlmoreMand that be .M' .. -. tJ. '\ r

..-t 'L ., ,P4CTOR,9,' : nklh :Pierce i stands charged( %Hh':-tft believed l/miwa&awould gofot hun jand ths inehn.( on'to'do'justice; 'to >is-noble; old (FillmbreVU heM up'asan'abbUtionisl"oihe ; if --1..T.rb.!_. .. i.CathalU: .'.'N'' ---r': i. xvtt;"! '11

S. .'.-: S (SIiDetW."Wanhoue.) -ri us fault of suffering'thC' isgrace- Whilst all, ,were ,wjllingto.accord: ( |l'xfl. commander:' 'Tb :testimony of lone'.ueh*' vilest stamp until Scott'wM: nominated for I S 'tif, .-- JH -.P 4 .*,
S19 :Say-Strut, S provision Jo tehratn i in''the 'Constitution, patriotisin'of, the.highest characterfana prity man.'ootwBghsi' the ,el !. >wbole President.,wbenlo, I Fillmore.becomes sud* ,' 5 i! I ah.." '

., 'K >,' N.. .. HampshtreV-vbich1 exclude all.JW: bf-paTpose anonymba's" leUer' writers pack oftbe'defamers and<, tfactr8 !'who' den i.ah extraordinarily i .sound jinan ;,and borrti and>hich he reFr.islature :te4t"tf: ;

.... '0cLt8151. : Catholicfrom beingtH&bttto'th*office and mercenary partisan'editors' had "i imposed remaining at home during tbe 'Iexican war, theqaestioil'Wbidid&t you'nominate fAll. .,' is., Locofoeq|&:'polities v "
S *. {or to a'teat in -thenLegislature upon the South! n-apprehension! thatrWr: stigmatize; ,;as,1*;- coward 5t1 ft;f ta'y:wired I more ?.:is3 constantly:' rung'in- the "ears'.oftoutheroiWIiigsi I tkere 101.a' d.. a,1- .

II .wra. ...t.;oo.,' State. The Demo ratiCpaty. have Seward' and" .his.northern aUieswpuItl ;baje American.'hef 'aIdtcEiquerOr.<.LuUo, to "" I tests{etoad as:lOlO'fut... nt1 Ioi'" t4t

_1 ....ac.labaloll'" 'Jf.' osciouibf the importance'of. this ac- an undue influence cia administration. thia old xoldierandrecoUect-, f:flutongh- Thehargeofjetng ft; reesoiler* and .aabo.Uiippist .boJiahiZlgJ T ...n t19'

_1 S ', $AYAXXoEozA, t ; to:which their eandida1eti'olnQx: He said; "WaS'fulJi aware "*f'the'. m* *** ,ou.< the United plates\ ,.there W.many7rtbou. : : hunted.; Hen. ,1, Clayi.wtt| |'..thefer6city"6ra"Tjger"td 'ainab,.. Wh" tt-. lt .rH

NI Ro41 I' .. : Da7 ,- d accordingly. ; GebijS'M.lJallaK'of! f ['J.resorted-to*t_ : VAt'by his enemies. ,',. to :'---"-'that sands.of.such mem; who pantfor.tie onporiahit -, his 'death-bed,;and : i I itber. .-. General'e,.T i.t'V-elbtU?f-*-." .ilJilt j

S Strict att ntl
.ton'or other pfodooe1,and liberal_ 4! : ''&or.' among* 'crthe ;*;JuiTexetted: ''I } "Wowf):sirAJiaJd beIjtaodsieetJOIiindiesmmystockings. and tbeidetetatiu'OTh&' when he can no longer expose.the Injuriouspoljcy.pt ?r EIJ Influence.is!vcrji restricted.rj jt XrTS

,_ uallS10Qe._ 5' .. : t6 pa1liat, ', .not* deny;.Uialto-; 1r. Seward" is pot gratitude':wbic&Tarreste4sthetvicJlpr! in' the- .tb, 4oIyle4flemo ratic3,party: ,Tha tqwh of Cbncord ,wbera lh f.>Locqf q ,gt

"N JOHN W.C. LOUD. J er3slt'was alleged th tGeniek4: ( 'large"enough1' : put 1';iribi breeches to lert.hall4bfth'eMoSitezuin. ; rd. they Ic1Q.hian that jQstice .,iC f flO.Q c..le.1( eandTdatjfo. Nil. ttnn"x.,. I. lh'll, _
.,'i86. Jj. eloqQent11 In faYor oferaln. 1iITs pocketi\t 1t hbeetthjf rtijn inlife :., 1 StY .'t'1dt,1Adi te'i l.J interest they'would'not Coid'to] hiox wbileaii'e'Tbti tho.trnng 'r1..r"Locofocoeountr :iOfj N'51Uif."V ____

:" I ; 'tbe COn.tit t oD'',:i d. J1a4 e' D, ,''conttolthers'Andnot[ .to follow Jjlindb*;any L 't;Jt4it.r 1(1eanit btheneiiKeuluck. bas lwa'i'b e 11ie poltr I r.o( The character"0 r.h.., ns".a eull. ul.I4
4f> from the'chair of:thefpr.-i4inf l maI, apt conseryattve. Lam,&- Vhig.- ."baa tbe L 01part1. b.ret r t; a 1ant'lqigJ1l11ess r. isofll1 nkt.It '

; **&t*4'. MiaE'OeIu4o.' ." ee'tenabrhiM t'd&ft--. .If ': ,[II have been always'.( lenat W:(the.eomPrQ 'I pe'r th tsom. ..'illri,.iR'...fLitt1e. I..aDnrt'triyod4 ; hishsgtoaueaIA. $* .f.\hi.. IoU.,. .. .

S \. .,: JK Pretnt. Street Posvor Maiden : brlthIsnatt td a' 'or 1t"Mr ntn: mise :and'CTiJl sustain it. .t 1d'.btJn'i j'uponthe i become'yeyaflgrmcc0" : ; iheLocofocopartfi,caaplae, any 9eCO i J .10f' '.t j'.U-ltn'
"'4 rp Italra. JTew Terl ,VWILIJ bandbaf'jtherese' >i,*soinesbo.saj4faA I bela' tQOU COJ1lDi6lIUCt '
aMcfidt uosmdr to ill bnrinMs' E Robinson/of'Ne#Torl has/made : othet ;ear f."h.T." cu.ppo.:,. Aaen e in'tbs.chargesvagaiasttte !Wbjj5 At. .. l
w Jletiaawi1.
FiarUovIar attention t to :'New HampiAireiX'exsJsjinWjtths JvaS Arbitrary nod 'mIDUa ct 1L'1'tttit JvDJt.f9t candidates'now than,heretofore 'We cannot ';\I 'J -. liD "
::1'r totbelreanr f : "c t anatba.' .
:,, (.(. MlIP4ot.Looher,Timber rd. o'O, .- 'jproceedingii:'"of'Uur''Co J\ >n. I linL to tab 2iiHl*J-*"' ctel. 'Ab r 4 ;4 Jielhei*J' J iM p1 M4rl fh perceive! ; 4$*.'1 4P f---;'i : I t.,X J t':6.r\"" '. _,.' ._ "ll1ei, 'y'at.tt4
: 1.t.IIp.w.J.t o&\ ;- amei the VntutIoiiot ismore oibtbaipfM.rJeward1'I'm'tbkibus Ii_ hllu -. ,
', t.Icba1"1 t. .I/am .fi9. !e t1Jnu. \\t nlitJatjOlt\1"P&erca < > .' -<
; at 'iiit 'ib1itiby of. .
aS ; 'ITlJDadla. aod DIi1i-'i'1oq.Jrlu't'atf coeorqAiedsndii'ed saybUtlittl.beiti1h6 lor.i H
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'1 it :r. :J '.j tJi Tiuh'bfhl2t! *&( tlliE: .i J! r\W1ri a.l & I '.'48,'his warmest and most ab01idQa. t "' ; ...I.+,W. .. *

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: j i ; w tM11f! 'Jo" pli ncident.to'a'pretty''general buNt up among
: ,, ia cfm fAimcqsaRBssV: 4'iZ den .'> !,nrmbint'"dt8u, 9- ,ji, The '
ii" JTaoitt the Wilmington:Herald. wiirprobaWyamoont to tweftttl:: 1\ "',< ? closfttte : 'Ijjjr&axwell. out-bai1diogsoD1aY weir ImagineOr : 7: '
? and trnt :
j'It )has \: "H'B tl a1 68 ".).hatimportationa ". T 1B5OAd5l,..hiturn&uo;*e ovem I r J : '
f' !Tile Webster \ broken j 'Tnohlfereasinfc! -.tt' :.tiicighthey : The following .uifcjlthiblte ite'returnS the StateV and ak.if _to. beelot1&nd. .tetog. bad'made hs appointment bribe 27tb pre disorder and'.ruIlS-thO streets obs'ruetecl.1'1 -

1: uptnNorthCaroUna. i have, whai keen recently stated,.been of the vote'fof Governor and Congress,frontbVentW +, ". for' the rtcraent-jajd; > t In"', cer .mpublished TiSusIy M J.JV&rd.t, ngbt, if claimedby.hmVllo fallen!( trees, fences,' piles of lumber and '.

. : 'increased t the'pod of "Neit Yotkt 'theyhave'durigthe ; State, with; :the '.exception ofIiade'lIoIinesand e, .body" .o eyb'b !. eqncldde "thediscussion, ,'would bricks,great rolls battered tin, &e. <.':
: was
. Webappened at the Court House on letters a/the Governor; ,
op : (
If the weather 'continue.dry.&I it ,now .
; : evening last the the Bame.firMt ,decreased at Walton; 'Oll ties.,. The have been :yielded without objection., And <<
I Monday at meetingof "pinmng the to be ) so that wet be "
effectually goods can
other ports. The public debt catfnot bf reduced \ was, promises / :
: National Republican, JoriK A. TATIOK, '' more lanidly than is provided, for majority.for Cabell.is. : 18 votes more in Co.u down"" the mooted 'point),,that bis ,Excellehcy now forsooth because< ,ilr., "' Maxwell" had. tried and diy ones can .remain so until the .';

j'I I Ki:'q, was in the Chair,,and JOSEPH B.;'were"Rusj'KL in the any loan acts It is not true therefore, ia than reported our feble,- t.be--diffei 'upon only wanted to defeat him" and elect made. his appointment for, the* dame' :day,"and' roofs of,tbe stores can be fthedam- 1'1.

tf was acting as J t'- t 1I ifemenbers' of lhe (fgt hualioii'pre- j Whig1 feature, so as prevent
: a
millions : buildings we cannot eay'wbatit is. There _" .
of be l bougbt.in 'with the twenty of the precincts ijle! of it 1j'; claimed'or l him that ne had aught to :
I. Mnt, .althnultlrtlJ'l"Ctable' These stocks kre, abont 'eighteen' 'pir"nt wI ; financial. management are,' howevernot' more than six or seven ,'.
::1, Vrhlfs'and Democrats occupied tbe'Rats I :by the' Judge of Probate Our re'tnro conclude' the discussion !t And because the .
... above loan act does not .provideTor gal : the St te-1bereby implying that there WAS valuable buildings in the town :wbich l4a'i
i and benches. White 'we disclaim-any,i in- their parandthe purchase, except at:paf.: : : Ir froth, Naswtu.is'.from the-Judge of. .PTob&j 1 corruptionihereJnwith; the ''knowledge' of Whigs.would not submit. io so absurd"and be considered as totally mined;"Tortunaferjrbut ;

', jtenlion' of wounding the feeling of the gen. ., Toward the close the late *wion4 in Most of the returns-ol-tbe fero"eonntiw s .wasmereu sput preposterous, claims they.are charged with one was hurt amid.all this destructioa ia ::.
: t' tlemen who hare thought' proper to connect, ahticipalion ihe" aecam 1ation' "oftt"8 \1'e =toke from theIFlorldlan bf'Mlh''i inst.; Gov. Browm "The charge fair i discussion and 'to town,--One man, a,foreigner, whose. 'name t .
to aTpid a,
themselves with' Ihis movement we roust 'fat ,' tering'to raise fog and uirt ,with i ; which- wishing: ,, ,, we have not I learrted- was badly hurt ,J' .
plus, the Executive applied' ;to CongreSs by a :
nevertheless that it was a fnnnyTneetjng; Allowing I! the.Whig1 majorities; in: Walton, theJudge. an advantage. '
. r t. 1 say an aetto permit the purchase of,6tocks. i : becloud The, serious'aHeg tio against secure falling buildinganddied:; : yesterday.Gen J\ .
.iuid that we hare rarely"*pent 'ah' eveningaetapart' Iolmesand Dade'to: be tBe same as in \S50 j Did not Mr.'Maxwell.'wheOe maile'his .
e this for market price. :Bot, though the: committees I !! :But no'sooner'is, it uttered than certain : !- .
" \with more like gratification political; The discussion purposes were in favor of it, the_ bill did not pass.- it still leaves'.Mr, Cabell.,01., votes, behind of the organs grind away' ''the'same appointments i know, ,that. Maj. Ward bad : Jaekson ; JG.C-: .J :

The money will!, remain heaped up in gold his opponent. There .i(scarce a possibility already made his' appointments for''the same '
t ) ,
.J 'immediate neigh.b
an style in
was prolonged easy colloquial ,But Congresswill tune, the News, onr The following ar;the ciosiog par :
and'silver. in the'Treasury. <
oia; for an hour or.BO and then i, motion to disband : that the, result in :these. .counties ,could he. so condescended to this littleness, tla.yT I pr sum' hsill! ,not be'.denied; gais
have a scramble for it. -" *i* -" rhooJ,-has .tbeetter.o! iristructibniI'mitten ji 'Gea. '
:e X'! the organization was.carried. by the :One of,our numerous Bogus Banks"- exploded much more .favorable the"WHigs'as.to's; 'in substance reiterated &charge; ,' and if'this"} .be" true then wba become. of '
?"t k of the Chairman, who in declar- having Cass, Secretary of War- by direction'of 'z
reacting vote of jtter1; lIt ; .,
called the Bank still .in the above is
vest rday., It was cure Mr. .Cabell's election, but: we referred to"'the' "misrule", of the charge, made '
', that the and last weet ,
t'; ':i Lug the meeting adjourned, hoped Gallaher President! Jackson Thcorderatterexpreasing -
the Union and belonged to T A. : ,
, await whh ,1 fllled.
anxiety.the return. r ;
P' complete completely
those .
'members thereof'would vote for whicbr.it ..congratulated
persons the Stale at Tallahassee, : the Presidents'1
of one of the Auditors., solicitude'as' to aIrs ; "
to son '. Jf-.
and btll. MaxwelL Broome. .
best qualified by position: "C Ward. ; be'l .intoi JUSTITIA. .
party looked '
i.. :- ronal merit to advance the true interests There.was a run'on the bank of the Republic Colombia:' ".30 maj. 2maj.; its readers,would by in South CarOlina hope. from the "intelligence .
I |* but it bed! out. ., Alachua> : 60maj 65 ID3J., incomers. No doubt whatever, tbo Tallahassee Sentinel of the:12th but.
delighted Fro i. '
"' kc f r t of the country.' As Mr: TATUOR ,has heretofore ., [ of the people, and a !'fear' J list 'some
\ the 274
.The, Commissioners,, appointed .by. Duval 331 273 341 ,
;:1.v i t acted with the:Whig partyi this'18 President to to Mexico and. investigate Nassau '61, ,66 GO 57St. that when the powers that"ai'eto'be'getYiu, ,Destructivo'Storrn.. : rash attempt .should 'be .make( against."the ;',' ; ,
.: : equivalent lo saying that he should vote for go .Johns 91 138 95 139 the' financial strong box wjll.be t'weft 'tJetn 7* ,,
the Gardiner case and :.visit his, pretended ; forts of the United States proceeds' : :
. 't' Putnam 75.'j '74 S6 say
:SCOTT and GIAIUII and indeed we believe another those
;". t ,.i,wIth few exceptions;, ,the members of f ,this mines, if f theycan be, found, are, .Captain Orange ,41, 27 40 -31- to he most ample,satisfaction of ,the ,Legislators horrible Sa1urd'ayiasehad elbich' should 'The possibility'of-'such! measure 'furnishes ,:
tornad experience',
French, of ,the ,Army,' and.Lieut., ,Hunter, St. Lucie 6 maj.. omaj. in ? to'save'thStat&shonor :'""
t r now defunct organization will'fall back.into ( Dade" .that, areto. go cahopt, how lead us anticipate, more olcss"certainly'with sufficient reason for'guarding againstit .
.i: 'i in the' i (inventor,of the propeller) of:.the Navy., but fortunately :will have and the President! is therefore 'anxiousthat -
: ;; : : their respective places 'Whig''co tbelrpart Marion 244 .'233 239 267 "1'' ; we every autumnal equinox-", .,
:; ,lumn. We sincerely trust',so: As Mr. The Senate committee appointed Samuel, pu A.Partridre. Levy 5maj. Jl maji. a few Whigs)to' "watchV; 'the' 'w i her8.'t .- The morning Saturday was cloudy.;huts the situation and means' fdel; ne' bf '
of the .
:. COWAN',van! ''in bis remarks,' (which; were Capt. Dupont; Navy, Ilillsboro' 127 193 12196. .. : little portentous of what' followed, that these fortidcation, should .be li inspetfted'tyan'officerof
I iye.8110uI4 like
and Buckingham Smith, who was Hernando 61, 106 61 106 1.1 to see some specificationof '
. f. Will-tinted and just ) the iiferrpr; : : theFair experience,'who could alsoesti; *,
: tt ; persistence in Monroe 66 160 7-1 154 ', some of our citizens set' out to'attend .
of Mex.lco.-- f'misruie"
: dishbriesV' lately Secretary Legation this so far as the. State money mate and provide for to ''which
'J after the discovered dangers
I. f" error was .was the Hamilton 30maj.: 20 mlj at Macbn. Of course they did no ;get any
'J. I useless and 'untrarrant d. If we coriectlynntlertood' Gardiner has refused to accompany that Madison 61?maj. 68 maj. : concerned_ j and until. that is .shown, we far.-The wind was E. N. E.-and by 11 they may b'eeJp sed. He has- full 'confi ,
Mr. COW K he said, thattheorganizaiionwasgotten commissionfor the alleged reason Jefferson 119 maj.. 124 maj.Waknlla \ '- of half dence in your judgment anddt crttiaa, : jA ,
''} of them, Mr. Smith, is said lo be prejudiced 16l t. ,182 127 do:not_ belie :the people,will put-a grain o'clock fesbbut nothing'more. By, -
.\l np for the: pur. against his claim, as everyone now,is, since LeonS32 396 347 373 faith in what, has been said, either, by the past one it had veered to the South East and 'I it is his wish that yon repaii'sariedia1e1y toCharleston""and '
, f ,pose of keeping aloof'from.bolhlhe great the of the House committee.,. Gadsden 409 432 102 438 was blowing a gale and raining hard. 'By examine every' thing' connected
.tII? ; parties of the country, but that he regretted report, to Franklin 89 167 92 V 68 elect or his "organs. The only specification half past two; the destruction commenced.and with'th .fortifications. 4You are at '
Btit the commissioners will proceed
of resolutions' Calhoun 79 70 72 79 which has-been: ventured 'was that to take iuich'measures, either :.
that the intention liberty by
'.H. j to say and make to. various :; in an hour after, the storm was at its height
' l.,I, had been disregarded, that bad faith had claims Mexico under the instructions inquiries as of the com Jackson Washington 369 89 248 124 866 79 130 253 made in the Pen acOia Democrat;which was -the wind S.,S.E. ft is impossible to give strengthening' these defences' or by reinforCing '
': ;( I been exercised lo the \Vhig party, and that mittee. Holmes bare-racelfthat Mat. Beard:the an adequate idea of its fury. 'The rain these garrisons with ,troops drawn \.
\\ the Commercial while it aid nothing in opposition Walton so even present drove horizontally in a fine mistdarkeningthe j from any other' posts, ,as you .may think ::'
F. ; to Gen. PIERCE and the Democratic' Santa Rosa 240 142 237 ,152 Democratic Comptroller, was constrained whole horizon and the crash of falling prudence.and a just precauliori( ,require.

!":It. jtarty, lost no opportunity.of'
'.tr: ;: SCOTT, and of injuring the prospects ol the I '3,210 3,423 2i.4 first page. So will, disappear' the more rolls of tin and iron torn from the house-top; and of' great delicacy JVou..wift consult

' ':4' Whig party. fur himself, he was aWhig 3,210 2,887 of the "elect" and his were most melancholy and terrific'accompaniaments fully and freely"with' the colfedor"of tbe' '.
' .:t --7-a, Whig from princ'le-that" his objections JACKSONVILLE: Us Ires '." shadowy charges to fearful roarings of the storm. port of Charleston and'wit/ the district 'at* ;,

....",". I : to Gen. SCOTT, though gieatly modified other organs. If it "takes a rogue to catch In town we are torn to ribbons. From tbrney of South,Carolina and you'will takeno

: -. : were not entirely o'erwmeIbat.the In the counties unreported the followingwere ,. a rogue," the people may have'some cause the country" have not learned much-but step, except-"what relates to. the immediate '
a ft : 'WebFter l'ovementllad failed, totally failed, Thursday, October 21, 1852. the figures for 1850; of congratulation that DemOcracy ,fs soon shall probably hear something more, beforewe def ri e'and security of'the post t4- without -

' 'i" j and that it was useless. continue an otj Ca btu. 'Beard. to There is scarcely a buildingin their order and concurrence.. The exe-
t the "misrule" of: go
?:: *., i ganization which had met with no response Whig National Nominations, Dade 12 ', 3 to investigate Whiggery.The the town which has not/sustained some cution of the Jaws 'will be enforced through '

4, :, of moment ht'fe, and had been divert Holmes, 108 '50 catcher "rogue" will stand much the damage, and there are several cases of total the civil authority, and' by the mode pointedout
I [ ed front its Col. ANDER- chance.St. the of. Should"
t._ original purpose. FOR PRESIDENT: worse wreck. by acts Congress/ : .un
, t t v SON'S remarks were happily expressed and Walton, _154 99 The Depot building at the Rail Road terminus fortunately,. a crisis arise,when the ordinary*
":; i :'bore,the imprint of that gentleman's knownability. TOOTJ) SCOTT. Jolm' Senatorial Election are all gone demolished. The iron. power,in the hands of Ibe'civil.officers'shajJ
!ft'o t : : :. He was in favor of keeping up the 274 : 152 By.late advices from Palatka we {earn Foundery Machine Shop ditto. not be sufficient for'tht4 purpose'the. : President ;
152 ,
: '" organization, anJ declared that he wouldrnptrvole. shall determine the course to.be taken
: FOR VICE PRESIDENT : The frame of a new two 'story dwelling-
{ for either SCOTT or PIERCE. that Dr. Haws has but one vote majority house for Dr. Lewis is demolished and the measures a.l pted. Till, therefore

r-:.11 .. ,Would i'that these gentlemen and every WM A. .GI1A TI AM.. 122j'As for Senator from the 17th District,,after hear- I I The Capitol is badly injured. Some of you are other wise,instructed, 'yon -will act '
: :membir' the 'late .National! Republican make list ing from Indian river; but we understand that the southern gable is blown in-some four or in obedience to the legal requisitions of the i
, soon as we can a o
up t't1
--- "
( would result"nll the and ciVil officers united .
party us progress five 'blown down shattered proper States. -'
has entered chimneys and
Gen. were
r q i destructive tendencies of the Democratic parka FOR ELECTORS TOR FLORIDA. members of the General Assembly, with the Hopkins a protest before the roof badly. About twenty windows '{,win thank.yoa to communicate tome, ,.

.-:a Vote for SCQ1-r, not because he-'is the J, P.,SANDERSON .of Duval Co losses and gains in the respective counties the Judge of Probate of Orange'couniy, were' either wholly or partially blownin. freely anji'confidentially; .upon the1 topics
J;, t't'f.1 but the representative of Whig we shall jay it before our readers. against the Smyrna votef upon the groundof -The roof of ''the eastern'l.rtico was which you may deem !it important foc.the. ."

;r.-. *,.la id down by'Southern bands and T. RANDALL, of Leon Co.J. Dr. Haws acting as one of.the Inspectors started off and the building torn and shattered government to receive iL-fonnaiion. / >>'.'

,.?-!tI I universally acceptable J FINLEY Jackson Co. The Result. being at tbe same time a candidate; and generally:"The Senate Chamber is in a 'Very.resneclfnlly! ---: I
:::1 t J: When the meeting broke up, there was a bad condition- -the ornamental ceiling all .- Your obetHent gcmoiifiLEWIS ;.,
!'t r. i1.t5or ScoTT.and another for PIERCE, and Imperfectly and slowly as the returns has also given Dr. H. legal notice of his intention ruined. The force"of the wind was such as > LASS I' .

'1 t.. t :"in'/great: good humor crowd retired, and CIRCULAR. TO THE JUDGES OF have reached us-enough is known of the to contest bis seat upon the additional to start the casements of some of''the inside Major General Wan SCOT:!. '

:t: j1E_. I .thJ.tLtJo,1al Republican l'arty.wcnt out withthc1ighti. PROBATE. result of the State election, to' lead 'to the ground of certain illegal votes givento doors after blowing out the windows oppo .:}

\\(1'" OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY op STATE; belief'that the Whig candidates for Governor him, four being polled in Putnam county. site. The Jailing bricks have broken in the .From'tht Richmond RtptJJ.ea: '

i i t Tallahassee October 6th, 1852. The is tbe state of the vote at arches of both the cisterns at the South end. -, ', '
; 'P'Corrispondence, of Vie Charleston. Courier. A mistake having been made by the printer In and Congress have been defeated, and following The whole roof is in a wretched condition. )emoi-r Fi-eesoilliDl : .!

:.-t; : t :' ,:. WASBIXOTOX- ,.October 9th. publishing the'Governor' Proclamation, giving that the control of the Legislature will be the several precincts in the District' show The roof of'Judge Baker's Dwelling opposite Ir w:announced liy.U1e New York 'Efin .

;.') t I ,"At t last we ae'got one authentic notice of thi: Presidential Election, '(he having in the hands of our opponents. This is the ing the present majority of 1 for Dr. Haws : is injured-a', siderable of the ing Post, (a zealous! .leading Pierce organ in /

14 ts t' :"of an investigation or the Gardiner case.report- published the time as MONDAY. instead of: decree of the popular will, and will haveto St. Johri*'County. ." slate shattered and blown'off." the Empire State}that, among'a';nOfmbeV! of .

: \;! I The Committee of the House have repotted TUESDAY, the,211 day of November next,) I be submitted to by the vanquished, as the Hopkins.. Hawi. Considerable portions "of:'the'piazzazpf others the following. members' of CoDgreMlave !,
93 ill the Hotel and' the Planter's Hotel avowed themsefves" as''b ,stile to tha.
" ) : : l Two other Committees are charged with send you the Act ofthe General Assembly which St.; Augustine, City are ,
: i ( now victors have aforetime -been compelled Picolata, 3 20 blown some"of the windows ,blownin nomination of Scott and Graham-and -"that .
.,.) I inquiries embracing the eubject, and.one of fixes the day of election for Tuesday after the first away -
';! 1 ,1 the ; M t; Soule's' : Committee, have on recordicajlytbe Monday in November. ftJ-The Election will to bo\v'to the people's behests when they MaUnzas 0 '' 4 ; and the frame of the addition to'the they.mean to makeT*.1bei' .b tilir! e5ci1ra ,'11 '
I t netesti oiiy.which the'House therefore take place on TUES.D4 Y,the 2d day were put hors du combat by .the united force Platter's Hotel (a' very substantial,piece of vz; ,:
.:t t Palatka, 63 33 work 100 feet by 40)),'is onto: ( perpendicu. CHARHES AtCfiJf. \>. Msscbeftj .,
: .ri 't xommittee have rport v d. Similar,. ,testimo- November next. and numbers of, the Whig party in the Welaka '5" 8 'I lar. JOSHUA R. GIDD1NGS, of .OhiO.JO'HN j '.
-j.! ;I iV oiialsoj been taken in, support. of.the C. DOWNING? State. It is but natural for a;party,' to inquire .. Magnolia, .' 0 5 -The Exchange House is unroofed totally, Wr HOWE,.of Pa.-(we invite tb?:preciai. ", +t"
:. !. fyil' suits institibted by, the U. S. ..againstGardiner. State. i,. .
Secretary '
: "
> Orange.
:,ki ;: The'judicial trial is still pending, for causes of,defeat when defeatha. '-* and tbe three buildings'np to Lewis&Amos eye of the'Ri'chmdndEnqnirerici: thiat name,)
A* Act 16' amend An Act'entitled "An i Voluria, 14 : '8 are more less unroofed.- Tbe-two stores HORA'CE.MANlf of Mass; and EBENNEWTO
,;.;_i having been three' times postponed at ;the Act to befallen them, but sufficient for us now to Mellonville, 12 8 or i ft
< PratuUfar the Election of EJectors cf Prtn- occupied John McDougal & Co., and i pi; OhioThese five"members '
reqdest of ardmer. counsel. The .
,.. : testimony dent and Viet Pietident of the United Stattt assign,a'c uSe for the ,success of oar oppo Fort Gatlin, .5 0 = .of :
a'' '. jof which the committee gave a, sum approved January &A/18-17. Enterprise, .6 5 John W. Argyle; are unroofed and mot of CongieSs.area.ll.orbe'm"DOtori0U8:Ab*
nents. Their' success.i.ldoubtJess.. partly Smyrna, .4 6 the walls blown down-ia fact the buildingsare olitionists and refuse -,support Scott 'and
:,,: : fruiry; shows that the claim is a fraud. It.is SECTION 1. Be :it enacted the Senate and i
; 4':T: difficult to see bow the.facts sworn to can Rouse of Representatives of the by State of Florida owing to divisions in the': Whig ranks, but St. Lueu.. destroyed. The goods.above the' fitst Graham, .bec izse'the I latter are in /oror of ,;: ':

k; be disproved. t .' ", General. Assembly convened That so much of mainly;to the fact that the Democracy were ,1 .6 floor were all exposed to'open air. t1uFug&llpe.sla"e: LAid I ,, : VV"All '
" ;,' 'It is said,. however, '.t wat, th'e Committee'were the 2d section of the Act to which this is an united ins desperate determination to attain The Armory and the. three buildings ,ad-' these men. :would", n6 doubt, Vote for. .>
.., ; amendment as provides for holding an election 'unroofed and tbe lf Pierce if Hale aout :of the' JQew _
not instructed to inquire into the merits for Electors of President and Vice President of of ST. AUGUSTINE, September 26, 1852.. joining, are armory 'way.+ -
: ':\ r of.the Gardiner claim, bat only J ,into Mr. the United States, on the tbirtT-fonrth day preceding power, whichtheirformer1avowe1doc., GENTLEMEN :-The undersigned hive demolished.. The arms were taken' out on not a statement like the'above, 'ws llliPl4' .

;{;:, : CoVwin's connexionjwith it.nd; that ..thecomnittee the first Wednesday in December, unless trines and principles had so, long deprived been appointed by the Democratic Executive Sunday andare'in'part destroyed.A'good; tersbarg ,'emanating' as"it.does-

..t..;,.. in going Into the claim, have exceeded it should be'In.Saturday or Sunday and in that them. In the whole of this ,State canvass Committee of St. John's County, a special part of the,muskets'arC now adapted only From a.Democratic'Freesoil journal b'to, .
;-: and at the event on the succeeding Monday;be and the same evinced Committee 'make known the to shooting round a hay stack or fence volumes.in .favor of the soundness 'ofthef '
time uniform
\ their powers, same is hereby repealed. they a purpose.to,shun. tke to to you con- .
'--"". done injustice to Gardiner by'prejodicing his SEC. 2. Be it farther,enacted,: That said election responsibility} of those doctrines, even their clusions to which your political friends have corner.; ,Boim's'warehouse, is partially. unroofed. ; Whig candidate upon Compromise 1 ;
:1-!? case, .before ,the judicial trial has taken shall take place on the Tuesday next after come, in view.of the course of,speaking insisted .-. "l 'ThV-same, ,Democratic_ ;Ereesoil paper? .''
:' ,; .'; place. : the first Monday in November in the year eighteen candidate for Governor, on'e 'of -Ihe most upon by the Candidates of the Whig .Miller &*Brok w's 8tabJet'Jarge'! brick which goes its death,for Pierce, :in referring

"-I' .' $. It U also alleged that the testimony taken succeeding hundred year and;,forty-eight< and they shall and in be every held fourth in the ultra of the Southern abstraction school, party-and to say that they see in it a'clear building with tin roof, in size about ,150 by approvirtgly! lo Democratic: State policyas
J' is Gardin r' manifestation of desire avoid fair discussion 50, isbadly wrecked.:;.\Tbe roof is ''stripped declared by the late.Syracuse,.Conventjon ', ,
ez park counsel J having; re same:.manner and under the regulations prescribed publicly denying opinions and avowals upon a to '
used to attend the* examination, .after the by the Act to which this 1 Is an amendment. which his wrecked and stranded in' and a purpose tosecure to themselves! off entirely, l leaving,' but the..naked rafters bone of its"resolutions. used the ,following! '
first and the said Act shall in all other respects remain party and they in a:disordered condition: Both'ga-j language J -
day or two; >on 'the ground that\ the and party an. undue advantage thus impressed -
unimpaired, and be construed.la reference, to the. the campaign of 1850, and Their candidate hi ends also blown down and the fodder Bt1t regret that it Was thought ,
committee'had no right to try the .'case or amendment herein made. ,' your friends,.while they court forE e are ; we t necessary .
for ,Congress having: 'ntec denis"' and stowed in'lhe' loft, to tack to it tbt B&T-.inconsistent, and
pot Gardiner on the 'defensive. Gardiner [Passed the Senate December 8, 1S17. ,Passed no to a fairencounter in debate, are not wiling com 'away' was
". also stated before this and Mr. Sohle's'com the House Representatives December 17, 1S47. render his position n'u'i.easy one, discreetly' that their Candidates or their party scattered -over the :face of'nature. .Fortunately -' lumbering platforna hurried through" .Bal ; ,

'' mittee'that be could not bring/forward his Approvedby the Governor December 21, 1S17.) introducing himself to public acquaintance' sbouldj:eubmit to'.so nncourteous and illiberal none of-the stock was 'injured-but timore-a platfoiin'-'trhicb! ,ner one regirdft, ?: ','

defence fully at this time and before them -a course as that claimed by ,their'oppo.tienta tbe carriages- suffered. The Sentinel office and from whicb'Messrs. GatsganJ 'Dcuglasfif '
_ _ without! prej dicing his -case. All these .I The Steamer Thorn. \vith.a moderation of sentiment which 'at ;-we have it therefore in charge to and the building adjoining, 'are abouttwotbuds both, in'theur.speeches, -Tammany'HalV o

matters'are to he considered. Gardi. This pleasant 'steamer, which has been least did not awaken the dread if it did invite you, to meet the Democratic,party at unroofed.Tbe'storeVfrom'McMullinVcorriers. last evening; widely departed.1* -* -

ner i is not proved to be guilty' according to time in Savannah not conciliate the favor of 'men of opposite a Barbacue, prepared by them, for your en- ; occupied
the forms'of Jaw. The report of,tbe committee laying up some' undergoing principles: There is a satisfaction-at .leas tertainment this day at 11 o'clock, A. M., by' Messrs. Geo. Bestwick and Asa B. 'm! Married :byChaice., ;
is to be considered therefore in" the, repairsj ,returned. and toot\her place on where your friends are :desirous.of' having Clark, down Kindoh's;Confectionary, sir

nature of a presentment. her',accustomed route on Thursday last. to tbe.Whig party 'in contemplating these your ,views on the 'political topics of the in number, are partially unroofed: .Kindon's" The:Cbuot tJe'JI- I Hved'in 'a state of

_ /The committee' endeavored to; elicit l Persons wishing to,visit the region toward incidents of',the struggle."To'that party, inhe'main ,day. IT Confectionary is'a,wreck-the ,.whole" fro t, single'and independent blessedness. ; He Va5.

_ the truth as to the Gardiner claim; but'tavinglcome '. the headwaters :of the, beautiful St. John's will, 'ever enure the, credit ,of 1 With great respect, we are, gentlemen, ,blown down to: the foundation. yet young, very rich, and surrounded by everything
to the conclusion that it was fraud. proscribing disunion and its ;,-.: Your obedient servants, The'stores Irom"James B. Gamble's corner that could give enjoyment to lire1
Blent/lbey next proceeded to discharge their ,can havBj; very. facilityon board the prostrating propagators 'f JOHN M. to C, C. Byrd's some twenty-odd, are' except, wife.. He had frequently thought,
dntVSinder their ;instructions, inquiring 'as Jfiorn,..which makes'her.trips weekly. In when.thay dared put ,the. doctrinein F. L.'. FONTlNEI Committee. nearly all more or less unroofed. .Those' of.becominia'hasband, but bad always de-'
.1ki: Mr.Corwin's connexion with iL' They comparison with'' the amount of travel amtrade issue., 'To the Whig party_againythoughhow : which have fared best are occupied byMessrs, dared off before the knot was tied, ..Once,

ijl have found nothing tending 'to, show' ;that' on 'the'-route' ; the Thorn is in defeated,aVibe, polls, will :redound the To Messrs. MAXWELL a d'.Mclosn':. Gamble, Hayward, Kirksey, Hull, and Geo. however,' he found himself very near committing -
of"\' !It. Corwin had, knowledge ,01 the every ,' W..ScottfcCo., neither of'whom, we understand
any of the foIlyof .matrimony.'- A
: t4 fraudulent' character of the ,.claim, 'arid ,it ,way commodious" ..and'conv, nient in her praise making Democracy. to.its The abovetakenfront the'Anczent City have. '8u1fe'red"material dam ge'. person, they daughter of one of 'his.fiends young,

rt; rA'' appear*that be had disposed'of. air his lic interest arrangement. ,She.now resumes ,her placeon past utterings! and more firmly establishing, is"an extraordinary ctons Jf.His matter Those'Wbich are' 'entirely1 I unroofed, 'were pleased;, him-r-ber< ,fortune pleased,hnn ,uottheless *

;"4 :; in it ten months before the award was the.route entirely ,renovated and refnrpjshed. as the sentiment of the ,Slate; compromise, ,,of,surprise that'uch a!letter should be occupied 'by Messrs. C. C.Byrd: &.Co., G. perhaps, than her person and accomplishments

,'.'t:4'i: : t matte.*''He. haft'nothing,to do,with" ,the.'..advdeacy'df .' Her commander,,Capt. Rossignoll; conciliation"",and ,Union. ,The last .spe ech ofa ; written'it is"more.-so' ,that'it should have and"J; Meginniss Floridian' Office C. H. and therewere'otbetreasons..
the claim before the Board, andrt'z Blood,Berry Rowles arid John Pratotioua.Messrs. of
convenience &C. ,
is at all times candidate, like'tbe'closi lg. "dddrew of been ; toiustifvjthe uaion ,
C to his an published.! T'names '
accommodating subscribed
, nothing inrgetting up. It also. appears thai gu'estsand leaves, are .", Hopkins & 'Meginnigs sustained ;The.count, ,wbo had so frequently.,". ao. "
he'fcas b cndiUgent'iu'th! jprosecution ol omits! !-exertion.: ,to inform strangers advocate'', the deepest .impression, lojt/wbicb' if was supposed,were a guaran- their principal damage.lrom 'the gable"'end the first. step.towards matrimony.ihatcfcas

..;, Gardiner, Elnce suspicions'.arose, as'' to' his 'making'the'trip ;l'Lake George for curiosity even.j Jtp the"oblitera.tion: of unpleasant re- te.for truth and candor and it is to be re* of their store toppling-down'upon their vat frequently drew back;'hail 19t;. decided

' .IrJ" cjalm land'lhat ne bad paused Gardiner'' of .tbe'points of interest on the river methbrances'wbjch the .s me, tdnguyby'.a gctteIthat these should have permrtted the house and crushing it.. u pon the course be shoufd adopt in this case '
t' fuuds to be rfljo n d. ',. l -r/{ ". -' different' ,course. .of appeal l. havejef ri forcesbf D C. Wilson's! ware-house was also unroofed he'had promised the 'friend .of the, ladVjeWatedly -.
may : poUti
fihejno; prejudice to control'their4ese'Cfse1f.respectth' '
bjame attaelte to M"r. Corwininjlhetmsttef. Has anybody seen Dr.'Jones ? 'upon the mind. 'So; have the soft, and part of his walls blown down, and but made no outward sgn ofperformanee. -
tj.. Stilf '..thCreort'pua' Mr! A 'about > ; words far: as to lend them- the, roof of .his'store' is badly' shattered from .' His futur 'mother, ."however, H"I
i-.r. Corwin before of report:got town.late&d:1''u:; ay'. and fair promises i ;of candidates who have' the % "
I thetbuntry ihe'ppsilion qtyes'to a gross misrepresentation off facts. falling chimneys : knowing his.weakness in 'thiar; ..,re- 1
;} J t bavIog'proGted' : a Canons claim on'the light laii,: that "Dr. }ones". Dad arrived ,before. said' -what.. aught, to. .se l their.. -ec)". No ndne advantage s -either sought: There are not more than four store houses soiled tobring'mattr3 to a tenainaUoa.and
: :ti:t : GpTjeroment\;and therefore; Mr.'Corwin1* here, .with news. from the .West' 'that t': demnation,won upon the public" earl- awat l' desired -and the' .or injthe? town which bavea sound roof,but pro-.' thereforexJemanded of the count'whetberheisvouJd '
:;p' I i friends declare that 'certainly will make Ca ell was elected .by':just, 18':votes. A ened forgiveness ; statement to' contrary Is bably less injury is do'ne the"stocks of goods ,notmarryfhErJaadgbts4 aAj"reques-

::i arrangements t&tef'und' "tbe, money thav he brother M. D.of this characterized wrought .forgetfulness ttntrtiexand:, it 'coinajinefuii'frui,- : a I than:might be reason.blylnfe.rredfrobUbi.c.:: ted an :immediate;reply. The*count found

irz baa;received,"on' account of the"elain'' pla for ia. the public heart.aDd.b.' eo .:-the.. : passportsto Paf\Y\ : that pursued so uncourteous a course fact, ..Although it rained good deal during hiftsell inmoment a
31; Gardiner shall be'convicted in legal Km. .1 ai> iDte'nse'eajernesa, iia4ehaf, ,:'of)the pe\ place and power,of:.men who ,are j' 'iiii.I towards the 'Whig candidate' for Elector the gale,'.it either did.':.not,rain>mneafierthemiachief his' fears,and. hesitation returned

j i The committee wHJ.-at"the' next mocraey,.and_..whp:,ba?. been.indulging' ,in i caliyunwdrthy! of public ,if1st or; fayorvr-, 'Broom'e'was in ; ,' was done'or the r&n' 'droTe',so with more force' than ever-he. trembled at
: wherin3ge ;St '
: recommend legMItlopreeit'ind pnnTreawry the calm lhat AugOstineHe1as horizontally :.as not. to 'dq.ihe damage it the":coirsequen s. J'vS
his favorites
i assurance Broom tfat \
(> hav
: is suchfrauds' in f4tureThev jl.al and Maxwell were'BO far ahead there 'was :I e ot:'igbt ,to .arraa' pablie not t;only ifmitedm time,.,but, allowedonly..6ne might.otherwise'have.d 'ne: .Certain, It'' is To give up his cherished habit&of bach-

ullnJy P pseiiieasu_ s 'oxt1I ,he"e, j judgment-no disposition. :even;,' .to'' munriu 'speech',.to three, and. two of; these that a much larger proportion of the::exposed elorhood.be'lound was hard It was almost
r tnony;'wr gf tuTj taken '(rom The no tuuchhigthem, instantiy' started! )if J .quest at'public! Lpr e& If the'party which )hasattainedpowerh'ad followfng'him :and, cIosing-tat r 'was- liberality goods Lave been toand,dry han'inyo C, impossible;td abandon them. In thia emergency --

I by hi? clalth-wbCtheiit! l be in'the of, "Dr, Jo es'? to.be assured of//the: ebaracter bya: .course of,coD is: 'witha: .vengeance l[; 'The' wpnld have thought possible! : ?: be resolyed'to: appeal f.cftb Qce. ,'Be

j had.iI.u'Is_tent oY aSIAnet. of the report and.. as we l learii.naAa' a teD yproprlC'Y.caDdor.; ,or' suggestion, Ol'.otber:buildings! not mentioned! 'above. wrote, Jettersr-ujt the one fe_"i cceM
: ,
--- honesty that tliere '
won a'deslre 6r'tiie
V as \ be riot 'I ,, was :on .thia. the CourWlousCjsa
flnng trip from )bouse part good jdeairdaraaged by the liand'of the ladyy in.the other be refused
exculpate the Board'of Commissioners house hia'aniiet boarding to; boarding *honor,-we,;would"say nay they.wear it well. Whigs to,avoid a fa&.di8cussion and to e. thte,blowing in .'of. 'windows'and.f the:,fall of it. .:iH'thea put them, in a hat;and f called,

I S II. blame iA that ,nitt v'";: e1CiJt the il.be 1gm t stimulated by, As' if is; :w at.t they J f"e''won*' they are wel 1. cure'1Ui. undue. advantage. as.ridiculous. !. .as chiraniesupdn\, the Idol, V, ": his 8eFT&\14 .: ,,:
I learoTngaf .t
co&asOnthatrp : ;eaClppint .that' Doctor;Jones 'i 4 1'J I. The cotton : '
sons \
wareLoase'ociipieI iIes..rsBroon&,1Ieir'jsfiatand
:to : U"fak
come. wearf _;::, U untrue- on. tbletfit5t De'i J
: I f
; t Surely there.was nothing'joinduce
!$"! .S.liilb "elaimj arid ought: (o I'r as.:/ ,tJ erc.'? Jff9 ::prej ume. .the, story -" r ;; ; 'some.of the carry itto' th'Cbi.teii'de-..n'. "' ''" t/.i.

I .j; \TaringrjJie. eighle'en. of Df JOIl &,arrival and CabelPs ejectjon J by 'State ''Finances. ,such a desire,,03)they:were' more,Won iron'which composed: the roof"'lw' a l blownqu&rtero ,"Which irl'. -' ,,' f., ;
t : moMhs"Wble1twispeuding 'at' least *-" ia match //for : -- t .
; ) tfieirjopponen'ts in [a'mile. : f.
,)both the
writing buKnsterinMexkot i br one y ,totes:was concocted tby .some: -qfb : Perhaps: "he'mos. ....'>infnlar. w J" ,:and'zoitdi.TepUtbItQ'OOj ., strength ofjthelririanse; ':and bili y !:eon- .The*Maaonic Lodge Building"iai a l apf 'The 1e"liJl"you chose please.a e,, -'I.h.&out_-i, .

rt4I Pour enuli'tbet! tor5hformatioa', relative at; 1 %:J& occa5ioped;-a Jingroin4! '} prtincent'oI i the : rum8-Ict? a'stick: staqding. The' 4ttI diSi burnt :
r 4L4 ; -.' '," : \ duct i H.' .The:'ir\nd assumed by the Wbigs i ; th bthewithci t ppCi! Lt "
: 1 i 'i. by.thrantous.brother( not exceeded- re* doSed ; campaign/Ts t tlC :itnanner Inf ; Church,is badly toin edw W e are informed A djstane?of te&'lesguessepJrai4e ,
; qi be eriMetermined was correct wnteh :
OCC1 '
Com they d.for i what
a ; ]ocitybf,to"epee l of;.the 4toan';with.a:cork vblch.lo imj6riaw.ere 'thro&bute1s ; : .i ; *-*.''they", 5t.Johns' Church is a good deal two ehateauxlenUwentyifo:. ome.ti;' s( ,
misuion 1 Mexico;Irxaino' 'G tineri : befief,d. tcibe',. aiigbtj.without. i" regard4of. Most of:,thelwindoV: *on tbe So damaged.and .Jnrjto', ;
t3I: ; mind ., ,'tte T i, : eH; rel: lst4 \ifa'the;'" : ;aong... Whetheif,i heW4Jet1jI 'b11-d"6Br- !c'i'y'm d'h. ifc d jvhaf'migbt- nugb Dot:).tb. MfUt. one'In the pUth-t'crnCrT'b1ow '.' "-. jg'C1apscbejqretbeCounUnewhisfa': twenty .'.. .t

it9 r? .U; S. ;Navy, .* r*j'*$pr"-1 n 1'J. ..Diones.,,jia. .,: just f on.the. te'Pi:;JbeaPt 1Iif and .Very1-candid)::piersonlwitr, .'withtMijoWkd Tho-resld'e of Daniel.HMegrneis:'. Iris iituationlis anything' butgeele.bp ,

4 and .Wf:;>the., .$- S,' Army,-'for b found we are ft1otInformed. W w. State; "admiaistration i i"r miisgen'\of 4gr' lladlyinureboth Ph! sblQwn d WJJ'... knows not during tweatyfodrset : .'Wf
i that dntjr,? 4i_,. :. Tbe joke beats-tiat i cf the' : itie;s ai : ,radell* 'jmfX; n.e ytauchimneyijh of the UIDIr.boD8. d singl l :bM :
eat Mr.:JoneB, iDilfeli h.1 i.f d 1>Jt 'menito taeei: the .ji ; "'. ea' ,.,, "'qw -.-> "he IS'.1Dam or = .'t'h
I ,.Ii'J ._; ->' ( \vh t tew 'iexjgetPb7ibetV;; lniB dn''il V it. .14. f fr f PcOplotSt.3ohn'a.coan. Q. ofMt" .-'Ut' ercnD1u.r.w._ .. bas etiU'the powet tb-di pose of, :'

41 'J.L Jii Q T .- t : in u.J.Y.fti.,1i. J s'lt'' J" ."l1". .*,.f 5** .-.--,.' f[ 'Sltemp; r 4' t1b';JJrdiOJ'jwoba : ( i. t adzesetbe m. ';Aagiiiari'th' qP.Qtherooofb it ..:.,....., "t- .d-.'. I -.t\l, ,:[ ., whether he.i.i i.alreaif:dfeposed'of.' The do.r; ,..r
'OL. _1J 2t ..,. tuiedhe'ba& carTiedth.1etteOti.cceptince
k4 1be :' ;it'Iftr" '04.J. -f' t '- 1sptembt t:f eetefdriaaz !! '! > i R meitic- '
i "r ... t t- '_. tlW'i,.? .?- II' '!7' ..1 P'.l ..r.f1 ,1 ,ih : ( cb ;:,i afth1 'undoubted> 'rg'.t't! irb: ; J (1fi" ..j.'b e U& :kltchenSJ'ofit r ho 'eo- "; and Mid* MJa even at this
: ta
' -.' '1S' .1"0 TfcT" : ,-. ." topr6 cesittree,4.etrabbryand ;al1 thi intschid the husband
t .:. ", .,r .<, > "> J' L'S .., I !r' ".. ._. >", time happiest iatcofletI7T.


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,- Ifw' WdtlOd 'lf1lJI.ptff':. that battery i 'I>would gin more }o see' .. .I.d"..B.'tiar,) "i.ft, < .. 't- "iq*. .S U ..:. i. ae a., t. tit';.- C _" : NEW k"YORK"- .'I'o"' .1c53i S 5S... '.ft. *"' t C

ateou 'u.Pea X-; Mr.:McGla en"than,any other man in, the. W111gt IA lt.1iea. > EisterR1Clil-Duai; .tr.: ,. -

r'l.ta. world.. It was tbe inoatcomplete thing," l'- -a (': < ,ChANCERY: ,.0' 1MJKE m :LIU; : S S i

ant and sticcessfal almost beyond all said be, "I -erer saw'or beard tell .of'; for ,'f, 5 1i 'J ... ? .a1. 'g WflUa.iiChe ver., C.ZI3L ', . :1 : ,

'. >nt as Gen Scott's services jbave been'jr we were quietly at'onr position, when the ; s-I '{, ,l ;0_. E ;' : ;. 1'i

iclUsayt'ODe of our temporaries,,) : words'Charge '011 .the front' ,and rear,* .C.-, = 4f .- Po I Brockenbrbnghwidow'an 3 idmi; :.of 41' i i'-' .;; ,
.- William H. BrocbD I
JI 1over of war for its own sake. death-like .- ugh, deceased, Lucy 5
broke the as.if Voice S
it ret no etillness a &' =. Broekenbrourh,Arthur S.. Bracken brough, beNew and Regular lia,of"Packet*between
has shown him- ,
t.ber Jw1cL.he ever from the air screamed the word ) j
W. New
Tboma York Jacksonville
the y men Brockenbrbngh George L. Brockeabroogh and, Plathacbnjogej PliOCLAJJATlON:, ,
JOTer andithe. advocate of peace; ran like mad dog. 1 tried my utmostf in Governor j ..,- .Z -' \ ,George S. Hawkins, and Mary It. by the new and tart-flailing tehooncr., J'. $

.utile eoodact on many memorable and critical!: the confusion lo' bring'thein in, ordefc, but Gto.T. IV' i& 71 13 183 25 *3 17 Wl Hawkins,,lila JobV.' Wife' Thomas ,W#'Brockenbrongh .r-PJtOd"70't.onsA.'ROGER ComV. .ftTOTlCE' fa hereby given thai the in ELECTro ot.JilorK '. ,.'

s-socb for ..instance aa'during'tbe without ', J.JEL Broom 6. 31, 23 152" 29 27 5 274 and ., Erockenbroagh Intent Jerwyp**, teutons ?:S.;HOG EksV'Com** win be held throughout Static '" S
r but Boccess for some time;.bttt ,at children of John W. Broekenbrough deceased, da, on Tuesday; November,2, ,PVZhs5I, for :. u I.' 1
UOIbtc 1 ,? South Carolina threatening civil last I discovered a. body charging> in fine for 'Lacy BMsw.n &tb8.'Maxw9ll; Simon wfll ply;regi y'between the porta. 1i- < r EIeflo'n or President 554.Jeoe Prt3I4IIt OttbS '

tW Northeastern Boundary disturbanind style. ,! placed myself at their bead, and Majority Ward 67 Maxwell, Margaret Chaplin Sims' widow ,**.-Jtgenf New York :: 1Jittdt&ti& '.umbertobehcmetirvtfl. fe**> ;., 1
in Mexico show Ec ? and admx of Wniiam II.Sims : 1- JOSEPH micE WetS .,Done atthe Capital iu Ta1ha.ehisWW i
i Martha
: tbe negotiations anxious to repulse the .attack,1 arced them Wi H3 69 13 3 is' .1 16 331I deceased : J
Mason Sims and 'AgentaIitJacksthwifl dal of4guat X. D..lm. .. .
another infant'child j
Pacificator, as well as 27 of '"."
JIjbe the great onward with -all the energy: I' possessed ; A-jE.Maiwtll4 : 28 ,,13 27 .6 273 William W.Sims whose name is unknown to ; ; S i B1SBEE & C.A. ot A.. : ,' TUOS-'BROWN'i Cfcrmior. ,

ft military commandef.'Tk when taking more anxious look at them 1ainan& : v -* ,Agent Paktbk S By th. Goyerno.AttiiitsS -':; .'n' ,

die following brief note to the editor of to see what one stood firm; in the ,surprise ..Assembly.. "MsJorityfdrCabefl. j .68 It appearing to the ratfcfaetioB joL this Coort,1 R..K. DUKE., it, C. W. IXIUTNINC.SAMUEL ',:." S S
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eJfaJiJo1iat ten years since, has been'R behold they wire' a lot of Yankees;who E..Hopbu'i.,2t,63 9 190 25 2 18 329 by affidavit made and filed in this cause,that-defendants ., Agoddotbwiflbeprbd Av1l,155 &' 7gSCf_ > ---S', .

sbo..in that Gen. ScOffs states- had charged ntt. another wayj and I was A.S.5&lIdld22 69 ,.9 492, 24 5 18 825.Returns ,ArthurS. Brockenbrotlgb;and Thomas forwarded. ., <:; 5 ";y
-bip isl40f the right sort-the ..tates.ipofpeaCe" leading them. Then", said be ,**was iny J.A.8arbee 4 27 17 141 .23 21 4 242 H. Brockenbrongh and John W.Broekenbrough eptem\/ei:--Uh, .lSSJL, !3..tc. 5' S fl.m'M ,
children of John W. : : .
Levin Johnson n 4 S9I 119 86 22, 4 223 Brockenbrongh- ::
J tWin turtt to run; Where my men hd gone to no ceased, Margaret Chaplin Sims,' Martha ,Mason cIiarieitoiiaiid: : Florida Line. (Late of 5th. Firm .f : ] f

OFFICE, ACCTTST, 1842. one knew; 'But I rushed pell! mell into the of 183O.Co'ngress Sims and the other infant child,of William W. S SaT& ), ,.".... !ff-h I I

in the Aladaonian of this woods, over logs, mud and :water; then S Sims deceased,reside ont of the State -of Florida TJi.Splen4lt. .ir.WPae1uki. .. WOULD, announce to his .fri"na-tJia W '. .
I S the of this ; t
perceive beyond jurisdiction Court but in -- .
SB: to Charleston, S. C N*. : ,
gpgijig that I am charged with being op. astradle of some stump; then bringing' up E.cJcabtU 38 S3 11 152 '39 .2 17..297Jbhn the United State*,' and that defendants,.Lucy -'S..P.LoRIDA; -, U9 East Bay when he it prepared to'to a Oe a>, .. t\ .

totbe treaty between the United States against a tree j over stones and into boles Beard 4 27 41 96 27 ,39, 6. .240 Broekenbrough, George S. Hawkins, and .Mary : CHARLES WILLEY, Cournn. ral CooiniMoa.BtfiineM ad.f rrut k-W order "-!' -

Britain to which the Senate is onJ4oo3 -up and down, sometimes on one end and ,- R. HaVkms&ij wife.reside in thb'Western' Circuit : at all time any article from the Aorta OP South '" '*
Pi Great have its advice and consent sometimes on the other. I arrived in '.camp, CabelTs' majoritj' 57 in the, State of Florida and that defendants; S t Is:lan now.'running between wjpUrlj Charleston and the that may be wanted for the nsnal commission,M *f.:-
to given Register. George li. 'Brockenbronth;' Ellen A! Brockenbrongh well>al receive and cell the MUM. And I pledge

.If.days ago. about.. the worst bruised. ,, .the'worst, .. scratched" D; Walker 37, '37 7 149 38 : 19 2S7 Lucy B. Maxwell, KKsabeth.. V.'Max- The the St.Johnli the: ..' .. myself that aQ' bnaa* entrusted U'By ear* .>.%SH'*

-Of the terms of that treaty I am entirely tile sorest and most irigntenea tnumauai yonerer M.D.Papy, 5 26 39 92 23 404.23 well.'. Maxwell, and Simon Maxwell reside in shows following the hoars Schedule of arrirftl has and been adopted; hich hall reeeite each attention at will euore rimilarmanJeitatiori -', -lHar, .

saw.-If you ever,' said he, shaking the Middle Circuit of the State Florida: departure' at the of their .good will not doubting> J J
through contradictory flOU4r :
1nn t except 'Walker's majority 53 It is therefore ordered, that said defendants residing : ; hat wiRf northfrn'and them .
the .my acquaintance foe -'v
the from Pittsburgh by Leave Charleston al o\-iock <* ,
gentleman .
I have neither the influence S Tuesday, p *
JI nor Senator. in the State sbf Florida, a&xTxwt ,of the M., narketo will.nabluae to do'M weD M may, 1
If Jeire to interfere with the action of the hands, "meet Mr. McGlassen, give him 017 O.BlIIldlflgtM 39 5 133 35- 17' 273 Eastern Circuit, dft appear and answer the bill kaTe Leave Jacksonville Wednesdar 3 o'clock i'.M. and better than aa*. ,S'_ ,reen, -. "" SS

it-always contenting myself compliments, and tell him that was the John Broward 5 21 33 94 29 41 6 232.BuddingfcJn'S of complaint filed in the cause within two months : PicolaU.V' Wedn6da1, at-7"o'clock* r. x. Alio,pealer in ,Butter,Che e_P.td r. f 'r- 4
St upon most gallant thing I ever saw achieved by frim: the' date of the' publication of this order, S :, TtQI"WGI.ea" ,; lile Dolt Cement; Lhntf.ttuUlAlr.'" ? .>.' Vwof '
that I honorable Pl/.la.tbTblli.
til saying preferred an the defendants beyond the limits ,a& 7 o'el ck a"K. for Maehfe4Mawfiirt4rI ,
majority 41 and that residing And Agent sundry S .t *
,. Leave
to successful any roan '" .5 Picbta.t& Thursday, a 10 b'c1ok A,Xf ,
even a war.'oping of the State of Florida but in the jurisdiction Leave north and.Rmthi WtU,.; ilea--CHer6g's. t
that you will take pleasure inc Precinct lleturns-Columbia coanty.f .' of this United fitftk*,do appear and answerrthe i>u<;4 Creek ThlU'ldal&i I ..clock P.L'Leave'.jackSo'ui1le txiafe ,Lesgia aM 1reUCb4iI1 ."

ng the injustice you hare done me, The Key.\y est coriezpondcnt'of; the same, within four t&odthi from :the date,bI the -: aecomnlCKlatians Friday fur at 3 o'clock"Thd *- x. { tcnea;t1 ,which sI1 U.fumuhe4'aik' .SS .
obedient Charleston Evcninf ,Newt,,'writing under publication of this..oroor.or that"iaid bill betaken passengers are;jniunr- OOtiee.&I1d", in>mif&rt ireT 'prk r.t-v. S S f5Cashatdatai1timesforoeLGtesn.SaltM '
r servant, Assemblymen those
by boot
*1jtnain, sir, your : passed of'any ever placed on tbaSt. dfi
confessed them. l
WIXFJELD SCOTT. :, date of the 4th inst gives the following :. S hi:0 ._ t-O. I fPrecineU. And for it is futon'against ordered that publication of John' 'Freight,a&4 passage'as" low as' by. and Dry Hides Deer and'Sheep Skina, Shipping ..Jt '
as the results in Monroe county: coQ' any other line;. ,
this order be made in wine S --i- furs,Beeswax J
same purport is the following exrtj news paper, publishedin I
Tithe farther information be
Scott deliveredJthe&ty For Governor. &a.S' | JackronTQIe, in Duval County aforesaid, once 1 Any can obtained by applying Cotton Seed and &ldsII6se., 'lo8satbsra ,,
from a speech of Gen. 0 : to either of the undersigned azentg. ,
k week for the space of four months. S S Tanned Leather la the rooglu0 -. ; -w W "
Hall, New York,, May 25, 1848 Broome, Democrat 154 THOMAS DOUGLAS.. JIIMe. &e. ks.County J. W. CALDWEtL.' Ckanlefton.- >Term. cash invariably. Refers U eititeM "
of his return from Mexico: Ward 74 STTS -'-- --0-' -: -- BELLECUASS2 & FIXNIiGAN; Savannah generally. Ifr3oa '
Hoccasion Whig, Kin s Store 624 2 27 3003226 OF <. \ Jacksonrflle: ; ey .. I
Though I am a soldier, and therefore For Representative to Congress. Bonn's '1 8 I 8 1 1 7 6 of FLOimJ RR.REIDPaJatka.September23,1853.- JacksonvlUeFemalaM ; l I
I Isidore erk of the Circuit .5 i ,
to be fond of fighting, I ABHOR 'WAR Alligator 133 90125 9 126'121 107 82 Court tf S
jnpposed when in defence of our Maxwell Democrat, 160 Min. Spring 26 13 26 13 17 21 13 23 for said County, do hereby certify, that the'fore- IS8, P. SWXRT.AMD',MRS M.uI RtcN't11. J I
prosecuted .
jjctpt Cabell, Whig 66 Columbus 15 5 16 5 12 10 5 5 roing order is a true and correct copy olin or. FOR PHILADELPHIA. AssocTL' JtriiCJPA %: -: ". .iIew I
or for the preservation of its honor, der file in office. '
gjcstry, Barton 615 615 5 51412 now OB my "
cardinal in- For Assemblyman In Witness whereof I have hereunto F URTlI'YEAR., .of this jastitntknl 5. *$ j
dRme great, important-nay, Carver's 826 7 27' 6 625SO FflWADELPIILi'Ar TIE

I hold war to be a great moral evil.fgud McCall, Democrat, 136 EmsviUe 12 IS 12 19 11 12' 18 19 of set my hand Court and affixed this the Seal .- ( The commence classes win on, be the arranged 20th' of Sep&e'if.a* te. m- L... **'? ;. ',;. Iinst
Fort Call 31 7 28 8 29 2S 9 10 fL. S.] said on eleventh '
be for good and substantial reasons : King, Democrat, < 94 MeKinney' 33362940 31 234037 day of October, A.D., 1832." SAVANNAH brace the different age*and capacities of tbi- >_', **

fur oo forced or false pretext however planjUr Coleman's 14 2 14 2 12 8 7 3 S ISIDORE V. GALLNIEJ Steam. Navigation Company.The pils, and thu*.progressively promote their intoikctuilimprovement i. ? *-

set forth that war can be warrantably By telegraph to the New York Tribune.CHAELESTOX Burnside's 626 527 5 42723Johnsrille '. -4 Cfirk Circuit. Cottrt.Ihival Cdonty. ', -' ., ia and-sJsd .intertr >to .then ;''I -:" 1 J J Jthoruugh
/ instruction the fariotti dsxtshe11 -8: i.r, \
or that can justify any man in shed- 13 22 13 32 12 10 32 22 .:t3ct14-4m ; new and eplea.lid aids-wheel stetmship of literature and
iged scienes.4C ,- *
f I -
the Hood of his fellow-beings. The Oct. 7. - - tons register; Matheouitica.1 instruction w.U hffeoaiinuWby ;.. > I
fig F.cCAYaARRErr J. E a
interests of New York and of our whole Santa Rosa county returns thus far indicate & 304 292 254 304 270 251 226 290 lit Captain trips and will Walton leaf,has Savannah commenced her regu- the former Teacher 5 ; ..f-.. ; f i
Commissioner for taking on Wednesday
Aeknotvledg '
pantry are indentificd with peace and with majorities for Geo. T. Ward (Whig) St.John's, Putnam, and Orange. incut of Deeds, the 2.1 day of June,and everv alternate ,The French_aad Drawing Department.w2l,lie. ;' ) i
nnder the direction Of Prof. De ItoeherK 'u $ \ {
r.nrjduty of Christian morality." for Governor, E. C. Cabell, (Whig,) for i. And other Instruments of Writing, to be used in day thereafter-say on the, 16tb *nd 3Hh"June, S Instruction will be given to the Pttpfli ,, <%'t..., I Iof

jtad we jive another passage in this con.EIiO Congress and the choice of majorities for I : the States of 14th and 28th J uly 10th and 25tlrAngust, and BO this Institution by any the Professors tut ',, *'' 1 flScieneo '

tbe Whigs ia both branches of the State a on.Cabin in Jacksonville; the Principals leaving ft -; .
a, when toe old hero congratulated : NEW T&RK AND PENNSTLYANli.CCJOffice Pasra e to Philadelphia *23Thronsh ,

of his friends on the restoration of Legislature.In ', S v" with Ei;: L. Harrison '& Co., Jack Tickets to New. York., 23 optional de. with tho, parents and. guardians. .- to, _,do,4.-* --, "a":-- ie iTnuu

his return from Mexico, in the Escaaibia County the returns received : t = IOnrille,'Florida. Oct.U.t Steerage- > 9 .
on f | I 1
peace James E. Broome Q' a 1:1 = This ship has been built with entire regard to i ,(F \.A.cc&-ForOlle'1fW'li; -
give a majority to (Dem) 1
York .. of eleven wileD "'* : I t-
of New i
c4J CUI. to Free' i I I I .' I safety, eou.foft and 'dlypatch, and offers new and I w -
for but
Governor the candidate for .
Whig Orthography, Reading Writing aad'u** 4
"Too bare been pleased, sir, to allude tour I 2 5 REMOVAL. \ sdmirabl ftcilities to business and traveL For. f.', :1i I 1
Congress heads tbe Democrat. The Democratic I Arithmetic ?- kT$400 '
ST. JOHN'S. ; i
adopted citizens: I can say that the I freight or passage apply to '1 it-Il
candidates for the Legislature have a St.Augustine 93 114 89 113 93 111 '94 > 1ADL1'OI1FAY Geography, Grammar,and History 8 00
108 & CO.
the Germans the Swiss the French nouii'ii;: : "' 'IIB
tak Pfcolata 221221320220 & wouW inform their Mathematics and the higher. branches: ", S.
ifct Britons and other adopted citizens,foughta majority. _ _ _ Matanzas 04 0 4 0 4 0 4 I; and the public that they have hERON &Agenta Saraanah.' English Literature; 6 o'it ")$ IIHJ
removed their Stock of Goods to the new IART1Y. The French in eIM r tS'1 ': ft CO i 4fj
building -
ranks under the ame colors learn. Language I
the same WcJtutta from the 8 tf in .
In July -
; county, as we - Philadelphia. i 0 00 ::, i' 14
and da
Drawing Paintiny : .
tide fcy side with native born Americans, exHfting TToluUa Times Ward polled 182 votes and 95 139 91 138 96 135 96 132 One Door East of the Store .of'Ambler .& Musie,front tiC to $15 ftr 24 leaioaiv **i.Ah # ',;.-. tt

like courage and efficiency and ani- Broome 127. For Congress Cabell polled PUTNU Hoeg, BUW1NGTON HOUSE additional charge of 50 cents for fuel'win i-". 11'

tn*it every victory in the same enthusiastic 164, and Maxwell 151. Smith and MoorIng Palatka C940693963336037 where they are now opening a large and elegant JACKSONVILLE EAST FDOR1DA. aldo be made to each patron for own quarter,daring '.-c .' h.. I

ah alB in honor of our flag and country. (Whigs) have been elected to the Senate Welaka i 9 5 9 5 8 4 9 S assortment 1 the winter.- tm.oq 3 f':oS.' I u.sS

from Vera Cruz to the Capital of Mexico and Assembly. Magnolia 0 7 0 7 0 5 0 5 S NEW GOODS. TIlE PROPRIETOR of this well known ,jacksofrUle., September let. r

thmwu'One rivalry heroic dating - - Ls pleased:to announce te'hU 'old \S' .- ''Brandy Wi.ne. i.Otard 5 1"
generous Carefully selected to suit the niaket and comprising ,and those the South"for H. ;
and brilliant -achievement. Let those DIED, 74 66 74 55 70 46 64 51 patrons health or pleasure visiting, that "Sunny. ,.,, i-3: DMoy ft Go's mi. 3 f fS
who witnessed that career of valor and pat- At NewnansvOle the 30th nit. after short OEAXSE.Volosia 5- His House b SHEK.RY.WXNE"-SHperior article. :'tr'. I
on a A COMPLETE STOCK OF- "undergone a'th'orongh renovation MADEIRA o'do.. do. .
KBsm say, if they can, what race according 188198148 and Groceries OLD PORT JUICE. '
and severe illness, Mrs. NAXCT B. STTWAST, MellonvDIe 10 5 10 1 12 3 Fancy Family ; S .t.

to numbers contributed most to the general wife of James M. Stewart. Fort GaUia 2 7 2 7 5 2 Provisionsj; Com, flay-and Flour;" and has been weft fitted rip to'edit the most iastidiooa P1tlMEIVLLA.1GIN:5- t: j "" ,
of Cbul..it -
icres&ad glory of the campaign. On the 5 6 5 The above were purchased uo.
Enterpriae'6 6 5 Fancy and Staple ,DryG.ooclsj ,having most of his ROom :
battle-fields there New ?4 6 j houses in New York, 1ctwactutedri t ;
lard-fought was no Smyrna 4 6.4 6
ray MARINE 1STELLIGESCK. Clothing,.Boots, and Shoes; FURXISUED WITH NEW FURNITURE .juIy52 For ial.i jO11it4PAYNi :: ;
twa for invidious distinction ; all proved ENTIRE.The I'
Hats and ,
Caps -
lIImstlYes the faithful BODS of-our beloved P'ORT OF JACKSONVILLE.Arrived. : 40 S 4 7 4? 24.Jdarlon. Sadlery; ; Proprietor his also Secured the serViesi 6 r JUST RECEIVED lbs Ground,Zinc ner,Schooner much superior iey to Oafa tiki '. .,-. I

wcntry, and no spectator-could fail to distils % a lady of- long standing and reputation as' a -:Sftsv S
Furniture; ,. \V.xV best White Lead knd cheaper; 'E?
any lingering prejudice be might have Glass Earthenware .- Ho -Keeper. He will spare no'pains W make 5DO the Pure Union White Le b T. It "4 "
of Oct. 16--Brig Humboldt, Ginn, Charleston, h.r, Crockery and ,1 this House one of the best in Florida and hopesby S 5>' S
merits debip
tttataioel as to the comparative Ginger Wine-the best article for '
t/ ft W-< T T i .
ia-& b.r.'..meraid, wellS, DOIroB. C. r'I Hardware and Cutlery; S keeping a good house;and giving his persona ia ,
ADerioat by o tion. As the honoredKfnaentativ lS-rig Julia Payton, Preble, N. York. I i St Hollow Ware; attention to business, to merit and reeeite the Chrome sty and Yellow Dyspeptic Chrome persons Green now Brows ass;! -J-
; ; _
& of aft, I return among yon to IS Schr. Martha N. York. Voodea Ware; .. S -5 S patronage of the public Bliatering: 'Tissue'Adhesive Plaster;, ..!

MT testimony 1n favor of my fellowsoldiersis 18-Schr. Energy, Lowry, f'hiladelphiaCleared. ; rC TmWarej He respectfully solicits.a call front. his friends- S ..With I many ot5ei$ wd--"--"** _,* ,: "",

field, the army of Mexico; and I congratulate 0 Q' 2.ePrecincts. 0 S and.Travellers generally.A t;.Stock complete; ,r' '' "f;. :'Y '
: Cordage S large and extensive Livery Stable is Attached
a. a. : g All of which are"offered al tWtIWeIti* .i-
yon and them that the common object Oct. \-. Energy,Dewty, Iiladelpnta. s S to the House. S S
Q .5 0 Stationery .' ..
Ida ,
ol their efforts andyoft1' hopes- the restoration 19-Brig Kossnth, Allen New York. | c o r. Drugs and J dic J1.eS; :. The Western Stage leaves the House soon after S rates. ; .:1)00'CASH.Jackion u.4'r" f. -' :J: _
IS Schr. Loa Panoas, P a.LIST .- T -_ --- ; :: .- '
of "Is in all probability vow go co the arrival or&I1e-boaL' ;: *!, *'*
peace OcaJa 119 113 112 113 US 119 122 122 Paints and Oils; S .5- SAMUEL BUFFINGTONl 1 ri11e'"A'n.fd-v .. ,,, ,' -sp.li" .- -. II

attained. It OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Flemingtoa 22 22 22 21 62 61 61 63Adamsville Liaoors.. &c. &c. .. ; ;:
; .
These are glorioss words, worthy of the at Jacksonville, East Florida,September 41 441 3S 42 336 45 ihet'olI'er raopuirroji.September I TobaccoC1garsSuUS.rn r, ,
Which ron CASH. Being convinced
23 1852. Sews 6m _
( ) "
Silver 313535366445 copy b si above articles of the finest qua&tyj s *
and the of Spring wry
mnqueror-aye, "Conqueror 30th 1852. that the only for a merchant to sell .
Pace"-on his return from the fields t>f his A egu i gnAt3 Mortinsvffle 15' 15 11 14 IT 15 20 18 Goods cheap is to adopt way the cash system, they Cotv Hides, Deer, Sheep,,-.Otter JL on hand and for sate low for oashby-:' I
Oclawaha 7 7 6 6 t) 6 6 6 jnly25.jOHNMPLTRE_ ,
ttaow*. It has been well said that, "with Applefey, Abram Ortegas, John Waeahoota 6'0 5 6 8 14 9 8 will hereafter sell for CASH OHI.T. Trusting that and Coon Skins, ;

t naa at the head of the Government. know- Agree, P Marshall P.Alibritton an examination of our merchandise and prices BEES-WAX-5-- TVooL.Tallow, &. and ::4n : OLUCE-HOU SE i .:
S Noah Pride, John 2 will convince our customers that the cash system of this kind purchased ,
log DO distraction t>f section or birth, favora- HuD QUAKTE&S 4lH BEIOADE F. M.. their benefit than we invite
JaeahPadgett for
Adams,Wm' 2 Pape, is more our own. for which the highest market cash prices will be : TLiE.-S1JBSCRlBER-- At
lie to tie development of the resources of B. Elisha JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 2S, 1852. them to call tra as. paid or leather given in exchange, by ." ii
bavins .tebentl) opened _ >?=
the wnty, by a proper system ol improve- Burnham, D'Wm Prescott,Riley Order No- 4. MOODY BOULTER.Oetober JOHN P. BAUM, the ab.House; won1despecuajjy: fOe ; It
tents and reasonable! protection to our industry Bacus Jim Price, A Robert Joseph O. CoerC GIBBS of May Port MUls Duval 14th 1852.. 3m i No. 236 King Street Charleston, s.c. licit the patronage of the pabliev There i 5 I

and particularly: agriculture, and BoBtick. Kdmana Perkins, R. County,is hereby appointed an aid-d;amp of -5 LZl.___; are at this time some fire to six room*wno jed :" oJ', I
uataming both and Bryan Henry the Brigadier General with the rank and title 'of New Fall Goods Just Received several of the same with fire lsee.- 'TheIIfou ; ."' j
our externally : .
peace JamesBinnger. Riley.JohnRichards SCBSCU1BEK U now ,
Brewer ope ,
of : -
Major-vice John L. Hopkins promoted. He THE is within one hundred and fiftyyardi the Pojrt ", ;
how can the country fail to pros- Ferdiatna R John will be obeyed and respected accordingly.By General assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries Office and wharves.' The Undersigned, is'Agent ..,.Y I .
Tier? Brady, IetrCorbitt. Rowe, JohnKulane.RV order of Brig Gen. Hopkins. ,IvIE Hnbserfcer Vronldbeg leave to inform Drugs Paints Oils, &o.'-among which for Gn.Scott's four horse Coach and two lion; '. .
i G. Martin F. C.BARRETT. JL the public that he has just received a.YeryLae may be enumerated, in part- Hack Mail lines,botn leaving for Qcala JfemHWeekilr. < .

!hinn i AT SEA.-The barq e Erent4 Daniel, Capl Reyes Claudius Adjutant GenerrJ.STRAYED and Assortment .Thy Osnabnrgs Calicoes, fcc. For further particulars apply at the offices ofthe '.- "
& which arrived San Francisco Curry Moses, Capt 2 Rawlins, Robert Splendid Blankets Negro Cloths, Jacksonville KepttWiean and New. : SS t ,1. -
recently at Clinton, Charles Rowe, Peter OB. STOLEN. Goods, Ginghams and,Muslins J AMEa B ASKEXV;"* S,_.,
iteiu Longitude 134 deg. 41 min. \V.est Cherry J James Howe William Readymade Clothing; Flannels,Sheeting,and Shirting,.. Palatka January$.'um. -S ;., .; S J ''
tri latitude 35 deg. 10 min. north, on the Colravey.Thos S. A LIGHT BAY;HORSE about fifteen Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes; Linens Satinets, &e., -.- ':
2S& o July fell ta 'iLhLhe brig Rostrand, CesUin Thos Mrt Stewart,WJameiCurtis LL hands high, light hind feet,thin_hi flesh,and A rich assortment of Mouslin da Lam American Cambrics Jackonets, Swiss and dotted ,Ageuts Wanted; :* : J5., S
R ThoiaaS Seay,B Lauro bad a sore on his.tack caused by rubbing of the ,English and French, both plain and Muslin .....T .. .. ,O"r ,, iS
with IITO iir'
IIoQ4for the from Panama : 040.
same will return said bone
port Cooler George SummerlinJoB* saddle. .Whoever or give Hosiery Handkerchiefs &c.; .
" $*tgrrs i mostly New Knglairfers, who Clay, J.; Wm 4ter, it JosephSwearinsen information at...stable of the subscriber wherebe Ginghams: figured;,Calicoes,'fig'd-S and plain Alpaeeas; Beady-made Clothing, >'I -jJFE 5 OF It"GENERAB. JiCOTTsfllXtfeOMELY .', .,' ",-. 4
1d1afled CaliforniavTrjt. reaching the CaldwcQ A Robert Henry can,be found, will be liberally rewarded.SAM'IJ Mohair Lustres Persian Cloths; ifcsortmenl' : IUV : oI-f >, :q -.
. \Ve also receiving a general : *
C. U
lCtimuL w/ere nab re to get p&sage in the D. SJI1&rt.I.\1 los 1. BARIGliT. English Mcrinoes Paramatta Cloths; such as-r, ,. :ANI : "-
Groceries, ;. *
tieaers and obliged to take theirckiceon Davis,F Amanda,IisiDtbel Savin, F A, Capt October 18th, 1852. 21-tf Bombazines, Brocade Silks; FToi*, PorkCheese.-' '. v-iLUffitains wrrk a1az3tks.t '-.4- iiEDWARDDMANSFfELD
were S
A James, Capt Sawyer, Harriet, Mil Plain Chameleon Silks few bags> or J&V"- ''E5Q ,
; TobaccO, Coffee ,.,
this trfd brig When fallea in Dough Walter Simons, B A 'tWO Hundred and Twenty.five Wideblack5do' -. 'LOataaa Brown 'M&1IJ fraT EUi fteciauts

: with, they were Out of provisions andite,5n E. 8anehel.Iohn.E DoUars Reward. F1orend' do, Stigari Candles, Soap, Starch, &0., ,IkfI1yCI9tIde.' tt'I

consequence of which twenty-two DR. Sikes.A nenr 2 .RANAWAY from the Subscriber, about Colored Satins, fce.-: Cracker of every description, .", 5- Suoseriberwill 5- shortly receive: .from thj--

oT them had died. The captain of the Eccles, Nancy, Miss Stone,Thomas Thomas the 1 it of June last, S.negro man named A very rich,assortment of CashmertBi' ; ill Vinegar Cider and White Wine. THE .,an Edition.,of the- -abdr! !nIILabl

fwdta took off eight of the survivors F. Stacy, Miles NED, between twenty-five and 'thirty wool In S Paints,fcc. *.' ,-. .- work, and will fnrnisK thdse WB4 wiilt to' become _ _
Floyd John Sheppard, years of age about six feet high) herbuilt. Shawls,plain: printed, and embroidered; White Lead, tamp and Linseed 011.Also Agents to circulate the sanle,da the most reasonable .
tui np*>!tied the remainder with provisions Floyd Davis Spier, WmStevens Th6In43.. square ,of a bright cOpper eol r, has a down Black Silk Mantillas; Lead Shot and Powder. $ .' Forfnther1srtieuT5arSatU neecswuy

tad "&tel'. Flynn W Michael U look when spoken to.; No other recollected. Persiando" Aba Stationery,Cp and Letter paper; information applicant* will pleaao addres
1 Flemming,Peter T Said boy is a plausible .fellow i learn be Black andI'd English Silk Hose; Fancy Soap of all kind, ':- 'S their letters to th%'subscriber''" >i. vII S -

I PGbLATJE.-Bot1; Houses Falany, Peter ThJers 0 Benjamin says he can aM will git a man V t ks him off Do do Gloves and Lace Mite; Blank Boots, \ ;- ,>L4NSFlELl>, J"a'UsHrt i

cf this Legislature met at Jackson on Monday G. Tailor,C. JohnTownsend 1 will pay two hundred dollars reward for the apprehension Paris Kid Gloves-a large assortment; .Cologne, and other extracts S 00' 134 rt-Street-New HaveaiCt >,: ".

4 Grothe.WmHodgien ElizA ef any white man With proof sufficient Rich deep Trimmings, Braid3J-ce' Gimps, "t- And *General Assortment of Fancy j-j. sept 16tl ._ -j."w arnttnv' ; -A. .' ; .

\he 4Ui inst. 1'n n. The.Governor's1leMage H. .. Tracy,A Jacob to convict him of tampering 'with the boy, and Cords, and Fringes;. ,S : !, 'Oo. dS, .,k'r: ;; ? k, .. S Nntitg- _. ... .'. ," _
aDd referred.- B A c W. Tr111'1de !t ; .5.ruiJe L,4 S '
wan received, read twenty-five dollars for the delivery of said boy to Black.Lace Trimmings, t?-.jJm AIAMP fjrm.- ftT1 ; i 4.-* ; ,
, yaTiefclivv! in the Senate;, a joint resolu- Hill, G, John PVilli :F R lteJ. me, four miles south of Groovenville or to some *A b adtiful lot of Embroideries" ;/ : .- VR LL1b1kGSTdAgeat: 'SIX:MONTHS after J' pieMar, oJL;. .;. ,
k-Co that I him. I will also Needle-worked Collars; :Vt 55 old Stand Jackst5nTJlleFlaiSept. *and Voncber*;:&Adaiinistrator ,
t safe pay ;
jail can get Finn '*
wu offered limit to to. At ?g3 I'.eeount. {
to regislaljon a'por- '
TV S .Dd Chimuettcs, CALV1M READ'dt cased. tof& .
Jena, 2 of >
Jones WhirPle, Ca'pt aU proper expenses that may arise in convening Do .Cu1f'-b .23-tf (: eW5 cupyLS the estate .-, :
bat of lie and rbeSsa An e' -S .ltaWof.DuUlCoantY--: CS,5 :
protlatnatloD e. Jones, Li Nan'Mis Williams, SJH the boy to jau or to my premises. Persons baring UndersleevM, and L.C. Hdkffii Hon. Judgp"ofJ'r Of

&rl to tadode the eiection ol;V. :.. Senate K. Williams Cabett seen him'will please address A.Vann, GrooTenville Needle-worked. Edgings and' Inserting" *; Watches, 'Jewelry, CldcksJ6c.; &c final settlomenlif said' estate'; and alsoapplj525ot4S '..' '.'.

wu voted down,17 to 9. ,resolution, Kenh Joseph Weeks P J Georgia. ,Linen "&> ;:4 Utters dismissory._ 'S SS C. '. : I $5. _SSJS ', ;
MichaelL.I Wood, Luke 't do *>. ::1. -* %/ *- -- S _.D1ERY -.H -
Keany '
Thread '
A. V ANN. .
PMd to embraced all matters referred inthe Weed JODd'L S I A\lIIU'.E.ata&e of C.'Re. S ,.' ,
L an'l' 5- C.LVOAK
pttsage. That! document referred' to lltbet'Estor Mr* 'White, T JoHn October. 12. 1852., 21-21. German Vakncines d'd? .-. the, NdrfhwouM. acksonviSe.June 17th19S26m ; -.' 7 t "-

Acting the:State' :the election of U. 6.aator Lang,Charley. Wilson John 2 NOTICE. Worked FlouneingiEmbroidere.t ;' HAVHiGjusr.retumedtl'om that ho ,has B.rOugtit 5 *:J; f( I > __ _
internal the nbFtOX ; JL Walls M S, Cap'Mabel : i Skirts; _,.. ,, of -, .: _, _f' to Jaily* S
improreaeati'and S Jhn 'Wlilu>, Bem itk "'LE.K5 after date, l' win apply to the Do Windo Drapery fee. brought ,Itt a sjrfendul assortment : rvNt&etenth of May., ,Ne1rnnSa I ." 'S

t Fctc1rcveu..' Miel'.Dt1 au, WaitS.J.Williams honorable Judge of Probate, of C, lambia A rerysnrerJor and rich itjtoof silk And GOLD ANP. SILVER WATCHES' ,W A8HlSGro.'It.c; YlbOLbaidD. 'ttecfA"' 5 ,,'
Miller, M. James B Enoch county,for letters of administration on the estate S velvet IiIt .'.' Fine Gold Jewtry"bf every desc riBtion; JA l1N.sIXGLrOYpof Lpwadw s
,TB&I; LOBOB ItA *.-The chip MeL, Colia %' Willis C DoDthaMri: of George W.Stewart deceased late of tbe said Do traw Qucu; Gold arid Silver Guard, Fob. arid\cst Chain; r, .-* twenty years.of agef darkow-v S '' > : .

Koaiwu, Captain BACK*of Boston, arrived Miner.W F,Capt 'Wlginz, .U1.I..". eOOTty. '. S CI1ARLES STEWART. S 13lch Bowet andeck'-.WOOI1;very wide; OOLU'AIfD SILVER SPECTACLES all kjrfs; ptexian.fire feet four inches high., Says"bo' ha* 1 ., ;,>

ttlobos Islands from Acapnlco) ;about theR&'ulL McBrady,'Wn "5.MeIIn', -Alligator;,E.FlaOctober. 16th, 1852. andfiff'-d;' .1 SILVERWARE as Spoow or been i JDD&1r&Y S two.weeks... "i' .. '.' ...
1 N ,- Woodhalll,Theodore. Oct 2I-Q. Bz BnAmS, Slips ,Tiesi and Jenny Batter Knives fcc. Cold...Silver Fencils' js ., IL U..rREE2E ;< ,.' .
\ and was ordered aPerurtU S. S mrt.Ti: Pl?,'V'- EMi FU: ; '
Norton.. Louis. Capt, Capt --- -- u...,. --',- Jailor,,Calumnii county. ,
I i \' arif of war' bat refused to leave, and was O.Overstre '- ,VALUABLE. ; "REAL AND'PERSONAL GenUemcn'i Lind )'(Very fine .Boots;"GittoifShoes ,. Knives Raxors&iesOThiSbei5l, ftoi, '8P1cudtllot. _!la1ZLt ",_ :. .. :. S '

K ; jfC:eff and on, awaiting tbearriTal of.iodore tET ''', PROPERTY FOR'.SALE.THE. ; *' '***'-'*" S or.Ladie.' Fane, Combs Brushes, &c.S j .&_rt. PcbUtro aa'tf.C UtirsViir: i i ?$ 5S

4. McActtT' purjuance of in.i iwions Persons applying for letters ,in 'the atov* iwiD.1 Executors of,thft late:CoL John H. eay5ia4oLl& of very S-dcieription. YERFUMERY&c4S Lh PERSONS4ho 4rBfa DloA feWfe" '

frorq.bia owners, and Jne: nfonrii- 1 .hey are edve&thnoetOct72L _& offer for sale,aad arc ready to .S" and quality.. ,' CIGAR VASES; FOR TMONAIESotbeilesthOu 2m.'taW of Donald C. Mardoeklato ttoam- :' S

. 5[*authority of .tbe.Gof ernaaent of the U.i in them. 'BUTTSPlC- S 1 receive applications for the purdiaw of all ids The Sdoserib would Uy that ne Bai engigod an'dmany MeH to cmentton. bia county,deceased1 re'itired' t"e. -" f' ,
which eaB.. :
} ., & u contained in the letters of Secreta- ..- _---w- real and personal propertys consisting dJ a IUDtity an QpjsbeIITailOT to do eostom W"The paVlk are tavited to at zhort BV ward and make Immediate tttymert t*tbo *nder ', .
,of Plantation-ImplcmenUi .Males, Oxen will be done with elegance and taste {(Watches And J enlry repaired. signed; and all persons hiving demands against ',' 5- .
Wrairrta G lUird which be haled lUlLtiatol ,
A and ; '.NEW-.B.T RE Corn Fodder, and.about 221 Slaves, Jui.:, all S Cloths Casaiiaeres, andYeit.inga' kept to- two,and warranted.S; S KuJ estate kr' bfertby called upon to present then .: .
copies. Capu BAKE makes romen-' S which art on the plantation called Burlington, ,:,. : Jiaksonvgle. Sept; U,1853. to the mnd8rsignead yvAa4Bticated,'without. '
hoe of any other force at.those islands but Thirst county FLKvta. The Slaves will b. sold Planters w hQ; .10 tu nuk their negroes with I delay, S &* q.:1/ -It'r.. S
is families and the lands in various shoes" or olothins,'ean b.suppliedwALh. largequantities ,_St..1 T"_l.'n."'- ,t..v'1 tvitTrtWIWAJn.'xe5._.__ .,' ...
Ulere.ere two vessels adiJ'1gthm on in body or ; Jl.UU& A.U -.AR IC ft. S& .5.S
L 'nt'M the 'Peruvian Goveromeut- .111! T ODtItI 1EW.&&Om.1EI! &QOiSt. tract and quantities to. suit purchasers at vtfr.J w prices./5- 5 :examine Sfibgeribef: wiir'opena$ Ev nlitj ;yr MCLERAN- 'dDJ.z' ':. 'iL S
oue %
lioit d to can and. wi 1TSM1Tii :
1 diagram of which,'exhibitisg the localities maybe ,The public are i THE" -l, en'the firstfionday of Sept.t.berneZ 1 'nl". ,; < .
: b'! and the, other American., .Capt ,MB'upon application. the plantation to Good. sad pnlcU toUL'JaeksonTffle.doi. '- S S S fcr Gentlemen; .The cla.scs will meet ::TheirA"o..J'. f- -jS5 55ter5Thk
,boarded ,the.English .steamer ironIjanuw Eichard, k Co.- Black Creek' Fla.. Benjamin Wi1I-Eq.,Agent or to either of B..AMERMAN. from Monday. to WtdnesOay, inolu-ive.' .each t. a. : 1 -, ...t <',4A11g '\.
.._ .:
t 'real 1832. 14-tf --r----L- .< ti tA..ir. ,
: oa her way Paaama/and sent the subscriVen. Among tha estate large : 1st, 1 week.-' Rooms Opelll'i"IU".,. 1. 'tav VA"of t .
.fe* intelligence by kef. '"' .Whan' just reeelved, .direct front'Nov and elegant dwellings house"are situated ,in the S Ttai s. ii. gwi.xtd* .C1 -' "": .

."Tie Umted State frigate ;Raritaa, was earefnDy. selected. Stock" ,'of city, Also ef lit.a steam Augustine Saw SlOlttd,fronting site the,'with public the square.tnuldInga S AoiLi1c: ntelligence!, pSr iluartir%t eieven.w. Tfes,.for, iny triiicegii -5 II' 'Count jr* ei5-.4zt .., ,,. 5
Goods Of the of this ,
mited to the
wants "
J*It Valparaiso by'lbe .eteamu. hitheft .eetis_ .people flDB ete4 with H.,JThi*mill U &'8I Caili .Ad pudL! ,the English 'and 'MathemaUealCouweiitcatoelodlng .41Q bjjL Jfi'i i. T ., ,;, -';
The t
System' .
** farnctk>ns.or June were sent from This toek WM poreliased- b7a4f1peTie- I powers works twe gangs of upright saws and oneelrealaiedgwww S } 401l' the Scientific'.Cdiirsetwelvc ,, r."n.'L .J .J U t :Jf \ '"
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MerclunfcHm wttt atiftaaiaUd'with .tW trade .There ft no-better, taill In at the new GROpERY Jt PROVISIO STOK dOU&s.i.' i w a Pi ', ; '; lioft1 F.ma 0. -;; c-,
t eitEer U or frame-work.At- S 55 bf tE4 Subscriber in the city ot cI Ffrih yS FrnCis1t4OlU23On, f"-----ne Of. .
of this Stau a,*the lowest rates,and will be sold Horida, machinery "'-- : : ; '. S .
; 1louka & extvs. -
at null advance. -: taehedto it if a .subgtantial. and.;coramodious _i. -Ck3O'ifltV5, Stationery. .' and WIIUsznLitingerl '. j- 5 .
l, ,W. rweetfally aAporeha ers to GlEE USA wharf ";alontfjldfl f which:*ny,vessel that eM -S Just e elY d and op d m-'i: Or&nnt&ies. fOr't6e. 1'oi1bt1""e. mt.ie; ortI.wi1DaDeflatiJJSpCk1.wDU &dJoboJonJ *-.i tL S ,

'ii' < -._ C4I4awotbinkltwWbeWther advan- I fcM the JohnV. jiver bar may lie SDd1o&4. HAVING & S& fexprcsirtferenee odsi.1ect.Cd'1r t.11 1.. '< TT appearing toth4s4idacton ftbi. ,"l: 5 of S' :,
f t4 LtZ1eina n,pf"Plattsbnrgh, .jome years\ It issiuated at the mouth of JJbctor's Lakeon to the demands of lids Marko& : : : s' MifiHid N.' BROWNt.Female biaS : 'th,affldarit In tBi*_ 1odibst lb.sbov -Y- -. ; .
1Pkl1; sui the 8.4ohn'siVer,opposite'Mandarin! about in the'titucM Xi*l4iplace JaeksoBvaW. ... \i I aaaqed 4efendMtiAril "..s."j 4" '
tJ.e ,vuiliag .in >Canada was 'lotro-1 witljta spared:U, yuiiibothiaquaktiaadprios 1 take pleasure Informing -.sffllnaitnte. 194. ", "
- .. ., J f ', 14 miles Wre Jle.aonvilhisnd 25 miles below e4armou4inc coP"that theY are BOW :.. ', ;_ T :6SIX"eeb' _- yood.toe mloltF ULwit t jfU > : :
vtb > '
'dderlr English officer and on is comod lit ?of tb PleoUtaf 'A Urge body of pine timbered laM i* for.*aremarkably rateafor CASH3yVAa 5- -S.--- : -, State of 4. oCX. > ; ,' <
Ow Stock part *following: ; ready Ho: th, ,
41' g.Jcw's.leariiJri$" 1fitiiwvu:';from; Dry Good bothlWt0.u4 Fancy,a'fraai vari- aMI ";from which saw. kg* nay be bad and enumeration of.thamnttitadnums ani- ter date;wiH Columbia aprJy County to. fur Whit Smllo.Ev Si>licitor for the /: "-* -:,, "', S
j/ **!rb; beitujatred .}f.Jived-vjUiere; Whieb .,1M1fChue4',b1.tii pl'Pde- ; eke wtth whkh-4ry.Storf U.*wpl &.deemed .JPri baU estate of EHaaIX H1 tts tfiat the said Dfen4 G02Sitrrdervd t-7 : .
.tone itatl d latest e. Th ,U&11 flOW,and has only been in .i.&o..y.thdlb&Yt Jfrerytto fetters of A Jminiitrat ion;on the' '40 i 'a ," _
of the hattlevan4 if be knew the Boot and Shoe*, 3aps, *ty. ; purpose. *ttnneoesfary CJew..1a &County deceased. __ 1L. th. ,
," operatwaTliv*. months-was,stoppedin" eocM- fa to warro? &e 1 W.u.. ,-'
. .f.I' zebf ei to at;, I. (save r/.) 6t'JO11NCitEWSAtn apLiinl.aJ.iDc -Jl ''l*
? he a47.asde5G1otbegi -
.'" offieeY wiio i6rme4"the battery_ and Gl Ware; .. ; aCheS ottW death flU, proprietor;* 4 It now v' : 'IL T. *u*.. :oct7' ia1i'If 4ap;-- rV;''-.>'r v' M* -e-! '
4 -Vt-
> Crockery '
j' LsIgbt:f th;1th. fl te emtn u..ntwan..NaHa.Po"cJer,8he&add Lead- '. te werktoeprdef. ,.U may*..sn and inspected :fg;. Ya1 l.Tb. ;$;1&L.tft-| ._ .WEEKS after'date I"will'apply t&|tb; .t..A.Ddt& id iorctered.*Wff t.'II** t ',.c.

.1"",:. : ,rthzt Ite ''*** ta 1'1&tSIarihat'ae G5e evias sad PsuTi snr _"" ir 'r: KnAD4 t&l IU rsbu.. -enspjl&estaona'Eaeur. t----, .-J I S '" -5 i hUon. the Judfw:of Probate:w' InMWeounty r be published in so frBwsf$ptr.priflt4jtti.s- fpubKsbia :A- .
,:. ICfthebttleM .batMJlAc: f'j. Jtepe .... :' i, = ,. ., 5- St S I t Jr t ,'for letten eadaiinhtrttion on the estate 'la sJdCir ,. W :
:?, =: Ihe d i aiaad, k1Dii.l lItIS.,aacI-t..J.iauab JeI" r..' iFll'w 't<: J..40.., _. u ,.' -1.' .'AyERT6tJPE1t1O&1o5t F1ae1tO50 etS Z4X.',' of WUfiam S u latch:*, ,,:late:WILWAMILFUTCIL*ssM constf'deseu.ed.,, ItlfUltkl C '. T11O.WDOUGi4C.,55. ,0 Jadge.a&e ,,, .5 .
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.or Joba Ht,KeJoIII. ,Jane 224.A.:;D.1333. 5 Jut.M
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V 'THE FLORIDA REPUBLICANrt r. \'to-.i nrtoD iTSs ttr,. ;: .iVBTEWS4IOTiQN41tr ::11o ooQMV1DtRE ;: !r FORI''CUmS"ATy A 1lI1G.7Yl'1 -nIlKIT1. UJ, .
the .
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-. 18$1, DT 4. ;awuuiv l,Jtw.lA VI .,, rt "
I j tf* ;ta pr.llt. .aTa. T1Ir.uDAy.ATi ,OfiUw of the'Dktftc& Court *lt.the Eutera .:( : 1N PE Rfj STREET Dc1"f1e&cher. TJIEIO3T'CXRTAE AS* &

J luAitrlllt.:- ruY.a ComUy, 1. F.,bjr "! IIqtrict_ traaIa, J, r-r "THE''i: ORK;"tJNABRJDQED, } Street NeW York.r-Thret StorM aDd their S ,WI11t r:E,,,Kennangb!( S REMEDY TOR ''TiLe-. 'C''f JJh:(
tiiuMBusDhEw. Another Scientific,Wonder I IOREAT contents desiro1ed. Deeds before words t : "
ITXAK WrLLARD'S HOTK., nuS"ft.nll14- r"
g't. .- :, a VoWCfovrn 4nrto,.tAU Pac,s.Mr .: _,RICII'8:8.A'1'E8AOAINIt attention Urttgemeftt t.h CHRQNlfeDYSENTEriy.
: CURE FOR: Continues Uf give bis prompt
1 \ .j "- 4 Ttxars.-Three' Dollarsper annum, payable : Coouininr THREB'TIUES: UM matter foood la cc. k ELEVEN SAFES of different mak rt eODI1UIIKwith and prosecution of claimS t befo"W i \ .

[-...." .poaor4ert'thel1aJ. .'DYSP.EPSIAIDR. other Enciuh, DirtJoBtr'' ,Mmpiled ia this wunlry S :' their contents I The Safe made by Rich& grew:-,or:any 5oLtheExcut1Ve DpartmeaU-- I, .aUr -Si'
U ,: : 'ci"iaio iv1G. Co.dotI'd 1i.fl* eiMd brought outiUcontwUwithout Claims arising from the Revolutionary/ nd < : '
Subscription,if not paid before the expiration : 'a ;llaw 'a mark of.fire,upon them IMR. 1aafldJLivoluUoisr1tRlfpsy'or :'
HOUCHTON'SL & Merxnm, Springfield, S or Mexican wax j
.f the year,fire charged$.. .. 'J.. 3. _, .c. '.bl-.uJo eIt GILBERT'S METTTEK.THE '.Widows. Tensions J Naval or Annyj Which; his eierbeeijenjiliitandipon ,
l" ,. Advertisements will be inserted at following, 'r run: IN, ixwcriErfiHD PEARL srs., If. T. Bounty Land or Scrip; nder.law: f-Feb.I15 iti0wa
I : : .'rate' ,Use Dollar per (of twelve lines)for i .NEW'You. Dec.;'2), 18 l. I latT or August 10,1843 Arrearages of Pay aid' l\de ent1-irMie.
tqnare 'IT
TE8TIJ1IOKIAI.8.gicai 'S and lIfA&VUf'llcccaaprs to C. Mileage iduerturnIng Volunteers Claim for puffing. ,, fl43 XO'1'r I'i1 .
_ .. :"tb*:Brit*'Seventy-Five CtnU for every inbseq '-Et-m part iwrfotut any tting'that": RICH Messrs.8s : Insertion To 7esrly.&dvertIaoru liberal sgUtLa'guap."r' 'place of elncurred by Volunteers before being mus- _
nt : t A M tJaMlar 1M t.. SIRS, when the fire was consuming my : iw Oa j
. .d" 'ilUootrol; will be>made., ,All transient 'Advertlso- .', .. j" .., .:.' -5- I IU Business, No 216;Pearl Street'! was absent-JnRensslaer lUred I .and received into service* Waggon-mas- nnHIS duds. prepsztj:a
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County testing a new; cleaning'appa- tot and Teamsters' claims r Marines ,* from root
'j' meats(except by persons hiving a running account ratns in connection with) my Excelsior Thrasher, &o&b.; ;, S 5" .5 5S Wilds of Florida 'H is'rciniV"* *.

t : 'with the office) mi&stbs paid, for,previous to publi and did riot read the account until I was fearful it .&riJI.g allthe,.forms.il: &'tor a .proper Vegetable, and designed Z5P1Ct&t1iltj,1

; cation.Persons. was too late to save my books which were" placed presentation"ofclaim, .,'.&ogether with therulesand of the above disease: Th Lrmw 2i?_
S > Mr. .Marvin the 'di erent Depart etor U;fully convinced that ii .
4f!: in one of your safes purchased from regulations, governing .
J v at a distance can govern their remittnct when all claim of Medicine. In fact the $esttbI "
some years a;;o;' Mj fears were not allayed vents, be is preparedto! undertake _
: *for advertising by the following rated ji I found it necessary upon myreturn to apply the 'rhat kind'soever that may require the service in the town in which he resides,. .ft'e,

I} One square (twelve lines) published II x months : Croton*Water "40 hours before f was enabled'.to i f an Agency at tkispIaee; 5 S tubing success with whkh It .

, : ,Ur. ,.;" -i -i .U' i 91000 THE : commence operations} after which it required 'M 1 Particular attention given to the proper settlement him in saying that it U &sP1Th'H. ,
hours of labor and application to raise the fcala- of Quartermaster'accounts. baa therefore come to the
'::1;, : Two squares,for six months, ,15,00 DIGESTIVE FLUID BOer v&olar know its ralue.. mander from its"ashy bed/ You may judge of my : Charges moderate d regulated by the amount place it within the reach of. "

{ Ltcal and other.Business Cards, per an. 10 00 anxiety during this delay, and my agreeable surprise claimed and the extent.of services required.' .y suffer with this very tapleasaat iJift?*'

iJ.: 'Notices( to ilebtors'and creditors 7 OIJ Olt OASTKIC JUICE : upon opening the safe in. the presence, ;of a .A All'communications. 'insure insertion, must geroua DiseaaeV particularly in the SotS 1
I. : number gentlemen; to find my books and papers be post paid S dee 4-tf! WestisruStatea. S *4
Application for Utters administration, '5 00 Indian
Prepared from RE'SHET, or the fourth STOMACH .saved, and as legible as they were previous to -In' purchasing 'my '
:\: Notice of Application for dismissal Administrator whichihe Sate TJU *HERIOAN AND FOREIGN particular and wok for my wr1tte.gh
OP THE ox, after directions 'of Baron LIE BlO, the fire.: The intense heat to .
,:i >. 't- ,.*- ,.. -.$10 00'for tho great Physiological Chemist,by J.S.Houghton V JL: very vsluabla>' orkXTXBT -a .jreczsarrr to subjected,'can be.conjectnred from the'conditionof : SA S. GEC S S- 5 (he label. : ., ."

; :: : announcement candidatesfor office, 500 M. I)., Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATED )LAN:. .>: another safe, [not a Salamander] of which,an, : :1 refer the "public belowto a few
for remained and cot a ves- .CITY.OF. ,V ASJlIlfGTOY.TPPERt lectedfrom among many rtoeiv" fr.
'., This is a truly wonderful remedy Indjgession iron skeleton frame only ,
I : No announcement will be made unless the some Jacksonville. '
J.h ble citizen of
; Dyspepsia,Jaundice,Liver Complaint, Constipation tigo of a book.. They were comp&mdns in the 8'direc ion of AARON IIAIGHT S S S

be. accompanied with the amount charged.' and Debility, curing after Nature same office, on the cecond floor,from which'they .U', PALMER of New,York; and WORTIIINGT.ON ., ,EGBERTYOtS, ,
l,i :Editorial notices for private n04fm.be own method, by Nature's own agent, the Gas-; lfr fell npon crates of earthern rare in the cellar, the .GARRETTSON.SNETHEN of New .P,S.,Planters shoJubith' ".

'..1.&rJed double the rate of.crtising." trio Juice. ruined safe pon the Salamander, Jf their position Orleans, Attorneys and'OOUl1Jellot. .of the Supreme .-', able Medicine Every family '.OUIIl1-.. .
Ccj-Half a teaspoOnful of Pepsin, infused in M The most ACCTBATI and srtunT.i Diction. had been reversed, 'not even the skeleton Court of the United States...' onhand. .' -> ---.S- .,
! I Jtdgl! ui,ObItusry;and Marriage notices,.will water, will digest or dissolve Five pound ofnast of the Language." would have remained.,, -Mj loss over the insurance This establishment is formed for the following A; M. REED,'principal Ae nt Cri\w
to about bUrl out of the stomach.Pepsin ary KX) the salvation of books in ,' *
Hli '. published gratU. chief in two wfl, .yet my objects: :, S TillO. -' r '
:C1: :-Commanication must be post paid. is the great element; or great Digestive your Salamander,' with the representatives of 1.For practicing law In the Supreme .Court of : :
principle of the Gastric Juioo-tht Solvent af the : $100,000, and Important documents which could the United States and conducting professionalbusiness '
. .. 1--- Food the'Purifying-PrtW1'inf; and Stimulating < : .h not be duplicated has fully compensated me. before Congress.' S.L TESTIMONIALS.SEVEN :t'
J \ itfioiIN S SEMINARY OF LEARNING lutostinoa. It i exhibit the
Agent of the Stomach and : It will afford me great pleasure to 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all elaims
iF; ( ,'AT MADISON FLA. extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the Ox, new safe purchased of you, andexplain its merit. in law or equity, against the United States before CASES CURED
" .- thus forming-w'ARTiv1CIAL-nsonstivn FLTOD ;Aor WILL zt..U'IW before any other'Die- at my present office;No.251 Pearl street, where I Congress or the executive Departments or : lIt

"i* 'rIik. Ex rl n of Oils Institution were precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in iU ticnary of the Language Trill be required. shall remain until the new building .No.:216 is against foreign Governments before Boards of ,Six Mui Cixxx,FlA..,.DM.,iiMrPoin \

to\ :JL resumed TUESDAY,the 6th J ULY last, chemical powers, and furnishing a compltti.aad erected. Yours respectfully, Commissioners.S : ett, rSi

" I I. voder the superintendence of Dr. ISAAC AULD, perfect sv.bstitiaefor it. By the aid of this preparation JOSEPH>QLGILBEJlT. S 3 For the settlement w of accounts with the i,F(>r tha ,belle of the afflicted

.:Kt'. .'D, the pains and evils. of Indigestion audDyspepsia I ; % The undersigned invite"country merchants and State, Treasury War, N&f1'Post Office; and the following have had eve.JIlt.hpnbliah
"k. C ,. vTbe Trnitces take great pleasure in announof. are removed,just as they would be bya S others interested in the preservation of their books Interior Departments and obtaining the remission Diarrhoea'on my plantation this'season }
: ,
!f. to the Patrons of the Seminary and the healthy Stomach. It is doing wonders for DySpeptics LL. D. of Scotland, author of those Kioh'g U
" / 'fflg public from fire,[but particularly having of fines,penalties, and forfeitures,for alleged which hare been cured by the use oT y, :
.' :<('I jtenerally their entire confidence in Dr. Auld as a curing cases of debility, emaciation, nervous Ch. Philosopher" eto. safes in use) to call at the depot 146 Water street, violations of the revenue, post. office/'or other. valuable medicine called Indian Lbteeusb 11&, ',
4 ; Teacher. From the which hu far at- decline, and dyspeptic Consumption, supposed -i the interior of Mr. Gilbert'ssafe ,
; success so extended. .1 doubt I New York, to see jaws. Yours respectftilry,. -JOHN PRIC
44 i
l Its widely VSTILL'
t; t Uaded the enterpriae, the Trustees feel an assurance to be on the dcrge of the grave. The Scientific reputation essential with the books undisturbed, which .he has 4."For securing letters patent for inventionsfrom
has received improvements -
: that they will succeed in building'up a evidenced on which it is'based is in the not this edition to remain for the satisfactionand ANOTHER
*p able bands it has passed kindly permitted the United States or from foreign Govern ,
t Sehool exactly adopted to the wants of the com highest degree curious and remarkable. f from" the gratification of the public. ments, and procuring land warrants and pensions

I",$ .munity. SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. through. JO-Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault. under tho various pension laws of,,the United Black Creek,Fla., Feb.lit,.
:0 a' f. Their object is to establish, on a permanent ba- Doors, promptly ,and faithfully executed. States. J Dear Sir-Some time since a member It.
S."! I -.lis, a* institution in which the minds of the pupils Baron LIEBJCO, in his celebrated work on Animal STEARNS &MAHVIN, 6.For collections generally, embracing debts family was very ill, indeed with a .l>uurt il I

': hall fee thoroughly educated. Prompted by an Chemistry, says i "An Artificial Digestive Successors to Rich & Co. legacies and inheritances. the United States. resorted several things. usually given,fe L
.i .earnest'desire to promote the welfare of the rising Fluid, analagous to the Gastric Juice. may be a4tL 146 Water street, and corner Avenuo A and St. and foreign countries. Disease. but none of them would aiford 'MJ.

:r : :generation and increase the prosperity of our readily prepared from the mucous membrane of Marks Place, New York 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of lief. Your Indian Loxeenst was recooae

' r young and growing State, they rely with confideaoropon the Stomach of the Ox, in which various articlesof <*BEST Dxnxraa DXCTIONAST in the Engliaa Owners of the exclusive right of Rich's Patent tha States or Territories of the Union, and'loaning byieverslpersoni. 1madeupmymindtet ,
411 the support of a patriotic, generous, food as meat and Eggs, will be softened, for the whole of the United States;and the only moneys on mortgage of real estate lying and&mverjrglldfdidsoasoneBottI. &q
'1. r, and enlightened public to sustain them in the accomplishment changed, and digested, just in the tamt manner Language. makers of Salamander safes combining both patents therein. S S S S a cure Yon will please publUh thia *- .

": of so noble a purpose. at they would be in the human ttomack." I commonly called RICH'S safes;or WILDER'S 7.* For investment of funds in United States valuable r Medicine ought to be knout '

II 1 Experience hu demonstrated beyond a doubt Dr. CoMB, in his valuable writings on the JLai Salamander Safes, with Rich's Improvement.Feb. and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends the publio. Spread it far and near in erie fc

hf: the necessity of increasing the rates of tuition. "Physiology of Digestion observes that a /TUruzu .5, 18o2.-3m. thereon, and, generally for the transactionof the, .afflicted, may. find relieLYour &J.L
.ej.} TU exceedingly rates of the past session have diminution of the due quantity of Gastric Juice ,' AcCTraATB. and EUABIB in giving a just -6 all business pertaining to a law, loan, and EL1JAHBLITC1, ,
" 4 failed produce sufficient fund to meet the cur- is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dyspepsia exhibition of the Lan ." Union Agricultural WarehouseASD banking agency. S To Dr E Poinsett.JACKSONVILLE. '
.,. ront. xpenses of the School. 'The Trustees have, and he states that a distinguished pro- All communications addressed postpaid to
Z .' therefore, determined to adopt the following permanent fessor of medicine in London who was severely Messrs Palmer & Snethen American and For ,E.F..August 15th,HI

,;:c.1 rteawbich they are mtufied cannot be afflicted with thu complaint, finding everything ,of will''receive Dear This will inform '
SEED STORE eign Agency, city Washington Sir: tW 011I'
.;; deemed exorbitant by anyone who will give the else to fail, had recourse to the Gastrio Juice, obtained you
f and faithful attention. I.XDIAJI Loxzcns
., of No. 23 NEW TOIIK. prompt' of your medicine,called .
from the stomachs aniuials.which FCI/TON-STHEET
i Matter a Jl ment" reflection.J3 living '
f. permanently cured two my negroes of a_ '
r J '. ; RATES OF TUITION: proved Dr.'GRAHAM completely author raceesrful.of thc famous works on THE undersigned solicit the attention all Office No.5 Carroll Place, CapitoUiIn.JUt,3. attack Dysentery. .1 consider it an end .'

.;, )ri'TABLK M AOVASCE)-PER SESSI0.1 OF FIVE Vegetable Diet," says: "It a a remarkablefact ers of Implements for the Farm or lawtl medicine for this complaint and take great. ..
Plantation their which
I to assortment, includes .' '
it the
in teeojamending to pnbIisac.peotfiiliy
. ,Ii XOU: that the stomachs of animals, lure
I" in physiology, of the most recent improvements in the .
:.'t; ,E'ev Spelling, Beading. Writing, Primary Geo- ] macerated in water impaitto tho fluid the property 'a THE MOST COMPLETE ACCURATE leading man7 articles. in their line, all of which they Bounty ,Land;and General. AgencyVakliiiigtoii LD.FEIIA4wZZ yours.'" -!

"d'4j ; "ii graphy,and Primary Arithmetic $3 00 of dissolving various articles of food and of AND RELIABLE DICTIONARY. ,OF.TUB will sell at prices to insure satisfaction to the \ ,; D..C. ToMr E.P .' : -.- ,
:" For Geography,Arithmetic, English Gram- effecting a kind of artificial digestion of them in LANGUAGE." buyer-especially Railway Endless Chain Pow- '
t.t : f' .ld>l lodern History 12 00 no wise different the natural digestive QSEPII T.WALKEftwifl, give prompt
4 S i jr 4 ,from pro ers, for,one or two horses, of the Wheeler patent; 0ffi ""and 'efficient attention to the ,BOUNTY "THERE NQFAILIN
; t"ti.nt History Ancient Geography cess.
; so often awarded the first premium at the Sta.it '
':< j CheumtrV, Natural Philosophy, Natural 09-CalI on the Agent, and get a descriptive 9 and County Fain where they have been exhibited. LAND CLAIMS of officer and soldiers engaged St. John's Beach;Fla.,Feb.5tht,

;'. : H&ory.First Lesson in Algebra, Geom- circular, grat $tiring,a large amount of scientific Railway Powers, warranted, Warren's &- in the FLORIDA WAIl, or in either of the iNDIAN Dear Sir-Having used your' most vi|
.:1 : eteyj Anatomy, and Physiology, "- 20 00 evidence,simildr ta the above, together with Trimble's Iron Sweep Powers, Taplin's Circular WARS in which the U; State have been engaged ,Medicine called Indian Lexecust witaji

.j.t.., t t For higher branches Mathematics,Logic,,' reports of remarkable cures, from all parts of the r 4 Power Plows, Harrows, Fan Mills, Straw Cutters or claims the on War tho U.withGreatBritain States, for MILITARY of .SERVICES 1812;-to," luocess in my family,I feel it a duty 1 ontu
.R1L rie, Moral and Intellectual Philoso- United States.
__ Portable Burr Stone Mills, Wagons Carts, and the public to that myself ifo
J1: >. wLmtm and Greek Languages, 25 00 '
pey AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER. &c. &c. Field and Garden Seeds of reliable'qua; of business 'an children nave a severe JJtcb
,. requiring Agent or
; Fsr Freocl-extra, 10 00Contingent Ttf.: Koughtoi.'s Pepsin has produced the most lity, Fertilisers; Fruit and Ornamental Trees. any description at Washington.-pro ,Land with it,when nothing else would give uz (.

.'; : :, expenses, 00 50 marvellous effects, in curing Diseases of Debility- Our descriptive Catalogue, illustrated with euts, Attorney Warrants, his charge will be t5. In other cases Publish this if you please. Town,respect- .

;;; I; There will be public examination at the close Emaciation Nervous Decline and Dyspeptic ConsumPtIon ,l- will be sent gratis when two to four Post Office. the will be.proportioned to the nature and PHAS.BRCfi
charge 5
... :' ofthe erefoB-attendance on which will be obligatoj'7ppntTi It is impossible to give the details of Stamps are remitted, according to the distance.- of the case.' To Dr,E Poinsett.

:. h : the=etadenu. unless a written reqbeVtJojtbj'contraij eases in the limits of this advertisement; but an- And thirty other members of Ae United States,, July 29, 1852. Sm RALJH & CO. difficulty He will also act in connection, with Agents or M&6L l f fJ4CUOlmUZ

; :.Ij be received from their par thenticated certificates have been given of more Senate. \ Attorneys in Florida,4 who 'be employed

nlf or'gnardians.: than I wo Jiundred remarkable cures, in Philadelphia Agency for Scott & Co's Bounty Land'and other claims may, on-terms which iA .tui1 .
f.t '
I 'Jktatif-ean:., .obtained in private families attrom'efrfxt'lu New'York and Boston alone. These were J S
r .', ten: may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be Dear Sirs have tried your verr ril& .
: ., CHA\LES nearly all desperate eases, and the cares were not has been authorized will receive Immediate attention. .':' '
\ ': ; RUSSELL, riTVIE undersigned duly by post paid cine for DUrrhoea sad find it by la' w.
:t ;I4 Secretary only rapid and wonderful, but permanent.It .ft;,LEONARD SCOTT,Esq., to receive orders and June 6.' s lawtf safest cure for this dangerous disenci.
] of the Board of Trustees.
i ', .r' is a great nervous antidote, and particularlyuseful President of the United States.New 1
for British
c receipt subscriptions te the Review 5- 5 ever known or heard 0fJ My litU*4an&q4
.: ,i', \ .Allg.' _'19:4t.lj __: _, _ __ __ __ for'.tendency to Bilious disorder Liver consisting of Notice. S about two had suffered lofig.ant.*> ,
Complaint, Fever and Ague or badly treated Goods Hew Goods The London Quarterly Review, TO THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS dnced to Jost a skeleton and F Iriei JIG i ;
*:IkIAJll. 1.1 M. ALE Fever and Ague,and the evil effects Quinine, ""INDIAN LOXECTJsFfitit .
: : Mercury, and other Drugs upon the Digestive organs tAt Wholesale and Retail."! The Ejinbiirx' Review, OF. THE SEVERAL'WARS SINCE. a Bottle has acted year like a charm the:'ctJU;it..

: ; Classlcaland after a long'sickness. Also, for excel in RECEIVED York The North British Review, '_THE REVOLUTION: J-|
tii5, : English Institute direct from New a proving and may be Been by thoa wbataags .
, dO eating, and the too free use of ardent spirits. It JUST Assortment.of Fashionable Spring The Westminster Review, BY"a recentAct of Congress officers and sol lie,.. Respectful* ,. -r' .
: Lit almost reconcile Health with Intemperance. DTCM Good, of Fr DCh".British, and-American AND (who have not received) are entitledto A.1 V. c.dl.Tt. ,
-; NIiflDWNPr1nvzpa1. DR. J. S. HQ" .HTON'S Manufacture,comprising in part-) BlackwoocPi Edinburg Magazine BOUNTY LAND, for service?of,one monthor To E. Poinsett EfST. ," -
I' French oil the widOWS minor children of those
t. J ---oeo-- col d Ginghams, American do. more; ,and : '
TERMS : FIa. Jorjr JtB
IE STJBSCRIBER having had sereralycani French, Enelii-h, and American Prints, deceased, are also'entitled.- 'The Subscriber will .
:.' I JL experience-fn teaching;'has concluded to establish Furniture Chintz, Fig'd and Plain Lawns. For any one of the four Reviews, $3 00 per*- ann undertake, at a moderate COI11MD8& on.' the Dear Sir: This ia tc certify that tWo J.a.iI i
' his School in this place, and respectfully and Muslins For any two,. 'do., 6 00, *, claims of those interested. Having been employed your Medicine called"INDIAN LOXEOST i
t 1ivfteathepibUe to call and test its merits.Itwfll.t ., Do. Jackonets, Plain and Fig'd Swiss Mas- For any three do. 7 00 in publiu office for several years.his experiencein Las rmanmt11-cure4 two of oar Negroe rfU' :
For all four of the '
4' hU constant effort to cultivate the has, Reviews 8 00 !. such matters will enable, him to.:afford great Yore Diaah a. I take pleasure in recoBiaft ,
! :1't friendship and esteem of his pupils;rant to instil Cambrics and Jackonets,plain and checked, For For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00. 'Cc-. facilities to claimants i for LAND AND PENSIONS 1 your valuable Medicine-a* being witlwot Ml

'I" "thOle pnadpies which tend to develop the human Fig'd Berages, Silk Tissues, very rich pat-. For Blackwood Blackwood and and four three Reviews Review',10 9 00 00' ',: and save them a great'deal trouble one of the best and safest remedies for tlb&a* ,
f InUnetLand,to'refine. tbeheart.; .' 'terna. and uJ'nle.: Where he obtains nothing no that I have heard of or seen. Yonri mlvi.
.- I Without beirg in the I.ut cectariah the Jnstitpte Wide, Black Silk,very cheap, Marselincsand PAYMENTS TO BE MADB 21 ALL OASES W ADVANCE charge wmade,. All letters post-paid receive W..O.McLNTIM4To

.;; e',, :: will be conducted oa religious principles. Florence Silks of every color CLUBBING.. prompt attention, and the necessary forma. 'and ,E. Poinaett, Esq..i

vi: -iJy.mort thoroogh system of reviews and ex Crape Shawls, plain and embroidered,* Faur copies of any or all of the above works instructions sent. J ACU03YIt..LL. Inns 9t1..1It,
":'' experience has suggested,'the Para Kid Gloves, Black and ool'd Lace Hits, will be sent to one address on payment of the regular C.-, W... BENNETT-- .AttV. T -- --
":'4 f' t as2intlon2Lsreri .himself that Knowledge once Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, subscription for three-the fourth oop?being washingtnh5.C.October Dear Sin :I,have osed your Jndian

: 1 t acouPld. cannot be lost. Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters, gratis. COLUMBUS DREW .1830., tf.;. '- in my family and have found it a very pla*
:: Bootees. Gaiters Florida Republican remedy for Diarrh a. I take -gnat pieatIIi '
. ''4'' Great inducement* are offered-In the way-of 0 Bronze-tipped Opera Office
"-:/ hlnlttf and beauty of situation-to parents wishinr IiI by nearly'all the Dealen in fine Drags and Single Ties, Buskins, Slippers, &c. Aprils -tf,_ Jacksonville. GEORGE SMITH & CO recommending. ito the public. .
: .s .; to send their children from home as no painswill medicines throughout tho United States.It The most approved styles of Spring Bonnets, AUCTIONEERING AND COMMISSIONS RCS.ecU'ullv; J.' E..TOWNZD- ,
: : :]jptred in providing for their comfort&DdI popular i* prepared in powder and in fluid form and iprescription Do. Children Hats, Silk Bonnets, richly LAND :FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. MERCHANTS. 'Egber"Poinsett Esq<,
nSeyinent. phials! for the use of physician*.' trimmed and of the latest fashion, 69 _tfi J Acres situated the head waters JACKSONVILLE, 'FL4- JACKSoaviLLx'E.'Fla "Mays
The "iIIk"". k.mild French Flowers rich Bonnet Ribbons. OW mJlrtMot HaliruriverOrange
discipline" bt
Private Circulars for'lhe use of.rh1 cian8'may ) count*, I Dear Sin,This may eertifytojoi thai!Iia

and. ersnutve. instrneUon includes be obtained of.Dr.:Houghton.or bis Jlgents, do- Grntlemen' Wear EaaFIorida,- .'miles:south of St AnAutine_ I SUBSCRIBERS hare entered into,.co- negro girl suffering under a severe attack.
Thooarie. of finished the ttranebo scribing the whole process of preparation, and giving Boots,Gaiters, and Shoes," bounded: D: the North by lands -of ij.'j. Bulow: THE for.the puepose of: carrying:on arrhoea,and that the use *f one 'bottle rfj 1
f Education
& fall a thorough for English the authentic*'upon which the claim of this Ready made Clothing, a splendid assortment, deceased, and on the south by lands now"or lately the above ..business and are prepared to' make preparation called "Indian Loxecust"tfiM

and a preparation any College class. new remedy are based. As it is :nor ,A EECKKT some very fine.- the property of the Marquis de Fergeaud.'-.The sales either oa consignment at auction;(one ot! cured her and' I wonld take this metbti i%
\ ENGLISH STUDIES. REMEDY, no objection can' be raised against, its Country merchant supplied for cash on terms greater portion of'said lands '
1 are covered with the firm being auctioneer.), Both of the;flrrn commending it a* a very ramablo MediMS
:(1' Uiorraplll. R acUlIg;" Pe11D ehlp;Ph use by physicians in respectable standing and regular equal to New-York prices.The country publicare growths! Live Oak and Cedar; and are'well are well acquanted with the merchants and citizens -:Your &ral10HN BRANCils'

-. ,,, ., b ; npbI;Grammar C'eeograpby; Ancient and Mot BOTTLE.practice. Price. ONE DOLLARPER' C9-At solicited the to Brick call Cash'and examine Store. Goods. and.prices. adapted to the cultivation of Sugar Cane and the I of the interior;which gives them the advantage Mr: Egbert Poinsett. S "
era filitory. Rb..oric Book.KeepinK ; Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cotton of making ready sales of any goode or, merchandize "
; ;
Coinposl- S OBSERVE THIS.-Every bottle of the ;-L...B. AMERMAN Lying on a navigable stream for flat *Bfli
tlOD atsel Declamation Botany the, ooalrJft. boats of which may be sent to them, 'onconsign I .AC3TTt.Tv. July
_ _ ; ; S
PSL\bea.ri the written signature of three feet dralt.of..water;.these -
genuine lands :
are conveniently ment. : J. Dear Sir t Sometime *inee"I was attMtoi
______ .., Mefpr J. S. HOUGHTON, D.. sole Proprietor, James W.. Bryant, situated for forwarding prodaee. S They will give their-S attention to making good a- severe Diarrhoea severe that I could i**
.4..:_ I : SIENTIFIC. ; Philadelphia, Pa. Copy-right and Trade-mark ATTORNEY AND COUNSEUXUI-AT-IAW, For term'apply to S r C, DREW, I and immediate sales.,',They would respectfully solicit tend to my business. I was reeommmdet*9

Intellectual, Moral and Natural Philosophy; secured. Will f except.when business may require his absence At this Office-or to patronage from merchants and tradesmen of your "INDIAN-LOXECUST." I proa V*
Astronomy Chemistry -SO1d by. all Druggists and Dealers in Medicine C. W 0WNING> ,Tallahassee other cities who wish to sell Bottle *
: ;Logic; Geology. from the State) attend to ProfelliioDalalt ; goods inonrmarket.Anybusincssirthehflne.wilIbe of it. ;At the same time two meska
August '
MATHEMATICAL COURSE. pointments in the Courts of t.be'Eaattm Circuit -19-tf.; : 55 prompUy-sU. my family were .afflicted with the saae &**
; ; rCo EGBERT, POINSETT' of Florida and in the;Federal Court for the S S tended to. "' "" S-S, : wean wed tho medicine from the ouelGldr .

- Arithmetic;, Algebra; .Geometry; Trigonometry .Agent. Jotktonvillt, Fla.. Northern District of Florida.' :NEW BAKERY. S 5 GEORGE H.. SMITH,' and I am now happy to inform you that ft-

_ '.r ; SarveyingMensuration; Analytical Geometry J. A. 11 YER.' HE WILL A1SO ACT A8'GUT S Bread' l 'les anM -JOHN w.PRICE: us all ttirel, We are now all well and tfrom ;

;;Jt., : Differential and Integral Calculus. Wholesale and Retail Agent, Savannah, Ga. for general Business in the State respecting : Cakes. REFERENCES.M Reed. Fernandez'Bisbee the use of only me Bottle of your Vila* I

CLAOStCALCOURSE; .Sept.2 52-11 'grants and donations of lands)and the locationor milE co-partnership :Heretofore 'existing be & Co.,R Boulter & Co., Samuel Willams Alsop Medicine Yours truly.. -.. :
;' l .-,tween Myers and Coopman, in';;the coaduot & Bours,'Jacksonville.Boston & Gunby J A La- J01m 1IAU ;
: German selling thereof.
i LttiBJi jpreec; ,French, 1 S
; ; '. of.the Baking business,.having.been :di8Iolved, I roche, E'M.Moore &\0., Seaborn. .GoodalL. Sa- 1ot ecnaet 1i
!i'j :' A course of Lectures will be delivered during DRUG' AID. JilCYSUIIE.! ; ALSO AS AOE3T the pubsciber! desires to make known to the public I vannah. &. 15, 1852. 'tf-7"" -S
i1 the yeampon'Philosophy and Chemistry.Tb.. lllW for the collection of Claims ,upon the"UnIted that ho will hereafter carry on said business singly.. .. '. f\fMaDdariD..Fla.Oct 1-:
;4PA '. Behoo) will be furnished with a new set of apparatns States for Military or other services;pensions, lIe ha* made full preparation to supply the town Paper;Hanging Depot .Dear Sir-'.Some time since I.was on aJilll
I t, : ,and win afford ample opportunities for no* THE subscriber'' is now opening, at his Store, applies furnished volunteers'and far.horses or and other purchasers with very excellent BREAD your place, and wa:'suddenly, taken vw;.'It

: "..b'eomta acquainted with Science and the practical For yth-slreet, a general assortment oC other property lost,for which the.'United States PIES and CAKES which he i-now delivering, No. 44,Co rtlandl-s ieet, Netp-YorL oppotitg our.lDdiaD Loxeenst was recoD1D11J1& & "

*: ; poraura of if laws. DRUGS, _OILS, PAINTS,; js liable. "" .,' S regularly at the houses of customers.' :, S liijferchan. Hotelcr., friend that I was visiting happened to havttlaof e1
I t TIM Academic year will be divided Into four .A."fP' ftJ-Vorelgn BnilneJ.'W. B. will also lie takes this opportunity of expressing' his i II in, house, AndLuseditr'aud.bJIIf-
; 4 quart rs of eleven weeks each. Students may entor attend to the collection of Claims and other Professional thanks for the liberal evidences of ,THE Croon filanufacturing Company (organ. sure,in informing you ,thaJ it cured nie. Jf!
.-i t after the eOAmeneement of any quarter, and .DP 51 CD r .ao O'4 cDacR s 8 Business, in England and.on'the. Continent .which he has already received,and encouragement,while : under the.General Manufacturing Law averse to having my la&JDe.m print but .
1 'i '' t>e fiurgtd only from the time of their admission. RECENTLY SELECTED.WITH GREAT CAKE of Europe.- S ,U asking a continuance of.the same feel respectfully : of the State of.ew.Y rk) offers at wholesale In the benefit of those that maybe afflicted! '
-. -- TERUm Dl TUB CITY OF NEW'YORK, 09-Duringhis absence, JOB W. PRICE, Esq. i in claiming for the .bread which he warranted quantities to suit purchasers at MAHUT Acrtrpjuts*. publish his if you Oiinkltnecessaryi. .
offers :
..' / .. ; u4 He invites the attention Merchants, Physicians will act in his stead in Florida. qualities unsurpassed all the essentials LOWEST PRICES, fpccaih or approved credit, Yours with re pcl.. "
4p Board Tuition. Including lights fuel, and and the community; hi* Stock, with the" A ddress J,&OkaOD.i11 ast,Florida. to make the staff of life palatable- which w> I i Paper' iIanglugsofeyeryyaiety. of:style and S SUSANNA5HuLgEk.;
t & washing per Session of five months' $120 00 assurance that the articles will be found' to be wholesome. He will continue pure; aid'! / .".- '" S Dr E Poinaet ,JacksonTffle FIs.
to the _
use best
G.rniuorFreuehextra, 6 flour Borders to
00 match.
i C .
I ft fresh, of prime "lulitY&l\d at as low prices'aa which with ;
Music (including u *of Piano) .-. 15 00 : they can DO bought in market of the South JOSEPH GUIDE, personal experience in the art of n I Fire Board Prints greaiyarietyj.. :Grar eJ1y HiD Oot.
4 I ; -. any. king,Justifies him ia promising-his gool4
customer t
: Fancy Drawing 5 00Patottng General Commission' Transparent Window Shades Dead3in.Your Indian Lozeeuat .

k in Water,Color '- '.. .900 untrJme'OrFEJla- S 30. WATER. ST. Meich..lit. ,good Tickets lliea..t.&c. ,Oil Painted Window Shades. icin.. Some&.sine*J purchased.bottM 5
I ; ...jooa at 1200 ChewIng Tobacco &.Cigar. Old Liquorsan&Wine STRICT and attention I.Iven0 ; in the limits f"rawned families any where with Wide.Window Curtain Papers and. A M Reed Ew.,your agent and gave it t** i
prompt the sale of of the town ,
', }, Inclaiiog Instructions in Perspective:from,Nature *, Stationery, Fine Cutlery; all articles of produce entrusted to his Prico applied at.an early hour Window tihade fixtures, ; .*> p of my negro** that bad iff red very much! y
: care everyday*; :,cents Joaf.._ I *
per Of the latest Ik
cover attack ofXOywntery. eared aim.1<
: Jewelry &eM &,. and all order S styles and superior finish,all of their I a
\ > -: -' (Payable quarterly .; .) The" LADIES will find, he think., many article ,apl-tf promptly compiled .with., :_mal27. :tt HENRY;" ....COOPMAN, .' own manufacture and importation.TAs tkeir stock afterwards had another negro attacked wihsame ;)

.: . roaDayzijgvtj.. adapted" to their want* and taste*-all of which he -S is large and entirely newthey invite Merchants disease. botIO..
114 ',,".' 4.f4i. Enfliib Studies and Mathemalic, MO 00 will be glad to exhibit and cell for. CASH. Fekin Tea Company Warehouses; Tin, Copper' nurt Sheet" Iron and Booksellers'examine and their,dealers style and in these prices'article whenever, to cal !cured" Oldo'uo'h.. taU. "'II'lD'reeomme.. ,cJC ,
"" f' .
;"sM .. IneJttdlng. the Scientific Course, -. 12 00 June. 2JOHN. M. PAYNE.j, 76 and 77 L'ultonst., New .York.THE' ., WpER.1 l'is't''h e cltvl'r, your Indian Loxeeust to the public;'as being 41
tyLatin, and Greek. 1500, The Country Merchants examine this stock from most certain remedy fbi Dysentery that I,U
WINDOW GLASS TTY 'FEKIN [TEA COMPANY' has is prepared to perform '
.palablequderly.lna4TuCl P.
$ !
>\: ) all kinds of Tin 6 o'clock ia the.morning till 'cloek in the everwoVorJieardot; lee properaut
..liberal dedueuoa will be made for A Boxes Window Glass been established and has Copper and Sheet Jroa I .l.o
r-.. pupils. lathe f\ assorted sizes many yean, '
Work evening. _
.:', Primary studies. Adores.. .. -. 4tW,,. S 400 lb. best Bladder Putty. ''alway maintained1 a high""reputation. 11: L lOch' as the manufacture of light New-York,,March'I 1' 1832. b.S orMLPiaI
I ,'i'D. .:.BROWN. \ For sale low for cub.JNO.MPAYNE., for Tea of the most delicious character Culinary Utensils, making. and. Roof '.'i ; Ap rilS I Dr E oin..tt'JaCbcmT _
ii aDdCragran01,"and.a prices which have ia *and Spouting for Hou Tia Tallc/w/ . ,
Iteftreneea.llou ,- instance given satisfaction-: Teas every ing.Tin AndZiao Uoffins, and,all kinds of Work Oil,! ,!Grease* aria j:Ohio -' '
: WOUKO hALL'JteyS R. Wrirxoor AUI. 19-t Druggist The are war- appertaining to his line of t 4tDrEPo1nsettSf .!.. Sept..J5,185L
business which
.. S ranted pure; and may bp returned if they do' not will b* ,. Thl. &q certify ttalj|
4: } .- CokJtr eu..nuCapt.. H. B.'NOJTES- .': prove to beas-they-are representedThe Teas executed' with promptness and despatch *x-" \ :hanoi.Machinery Oil3 price i 73 cent bar been 'cured of a severe Df arraoe 1

: ..(IWUmmrtoDDeJ. Dr. MnxcRBrandywine Villare. To:;Druggists, sold by.this Company donG up In 1-4 Ib.,'1-2 :. /brartiel8s,5.r seys,-for the >w w.pergauon. .-/. -, "' ". by the permanently of vataabl aiedieine-eaBM I

;' J7E..Del.;Rev.'. BuDrou N.Dover Y.t lion., Del./. Rev Apotli,caries, Perfumert ,Confectioner*; Paint '. lb., and 1lb..,packages'making it convenient Country... Will._ be f promptly" / Attended. toiL ',2 J"'IV S 'gallons & /75 cents' ,.. in casks of va Indian:Loxeeust ass your,after mo mSadag foe mere taaa JJ
RockwellBrooklyn S C "
(-rq Dca1tTln' country.merchants to bave&greatys4ety $IhSPZle
Li :. .. nxAirr.Dti A. J. B TID,Medford,N. J. TtaHierjTiiia. Medicine'Toaa Factors, and with a mall, outlay of capitaL Hotel keepers May fetf. .Bay-gt, JaeksonTHIe 200 barrels boiled Paint Oil 85 eta per- rat months in with thatdiitressiugdiaealSJ most TahaUe.mfB!' '
: JIiATr; Rev. THOS. CANS Rev. Z. and FancjJ.btic1ts. beeertaiu of 0,000 gallons do da do sure recommending lOur
; / may always having on their table a :MARSHALL do cine to'aD 'rljsiCtd.'S;
-d .; A.M.uPIyilm1Do&on.Del..; L.' BAUU>WS, TilE PRACTICAL, ADVI*KII or Com- uniform character of Tea} which Tea*, of which S HOUSE.', c"Ia caaks of.various sizesw J remain
-i$ Andover,a nov 27,'IJI.11 .otover, One.Hundred Rociesfor there is a-largo.vorlety,fare, done up in.-,three : THE subscriber: .baring'' leased the 830 barrels Tanners' Oil urioUl kinds andS S rAOHiSoN. .

i -- the use of DrUg giatl. Apothecaries, Perfumen'COAfecUonenT'Yatent wrapper.' The inside i* of le&dthe second water S ::: ;&bore-house situated. onf Brougbtoastreetbetween ;qualities;from 85 to 60 cents per gal. I i '" .Formerly of Jacksonville,,:.... :
: r Oettoa and Woollen Machinery)and. 'Medicine Factors, aDd proof:paper,and the outside Chinese rice' S 4 l' ; Aberoorn ana Drayton ,fiO gallons'Jn;easkr-of Tartous-ie TsA
t, .. t8te&mEaw.-Iui Engines" Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Articles.. Edited by ,. per.. \ ?- S S streets fora terra'of yeaw/respoctfulivinforms'the 1!rions kinds and qualities. from SS to K : Cijrros! .
: HO&ACE EVERETT, Graduate and Member : Cor sale at the New ,York for citizens Savannah cents per gallon "- -
I .. of the prises cash, by ; :and the,publio"generally: : DearSntOI.B4lt1e jrowLoxecuitbai eosUetely
.4 ) nruiE ESSEX COMPANY luwtcxox, MA*. .College Pharmacy in the city ot:New.Y rk. the AgentJOHN. ; A. ,MAYER. .; that he is now prepared to receive boarder .'both' 60.&u tallow grease tot heavy.bearings, long *
JL. ACBCSXTTS will prompur execute all order The'eelebr&ted Recipe,of prcfegsor.Wil- -i--: '< ..15BrouMo at.. &T&JI.D&h\iao,, regular and :.tran entvon:the most;reasonable : and teoirso.-machinery.'in'barrels'or cured on' of nrinen of a .'

$ .jr > lor.Cotton.and Woollen Machinery of *U lard for-making good Soap at one cent'per pound S -Feb. 26t -_ S __!. terms and'pledges himself,' by stricfattentlon.'to casks of. any consistener r required; obstinate DiarrbosaT: Front lea.om.ra
.. kinds a4d will,contract for whole Mill from the that.will.wash better and quicker without labor! S- business, to merit the patmnage of the 'public.Hent.nds .-' '.1 v'Price 8osntsp.r: poundi' -* S fain efficacy where i all .,, !aa.abI..II1 :-_

a vater wheel or steam enln&to the finishing ma than any}other'Soap''ver iuanufftctttred..1'hij 3QL}; (> VqgPfT u to make tbe.Marhall House AfrasTYCLAA : ISO tons Ohio Mineral Paint,in barrtls, at I take-pleasure fa ,reooaisMispft5U

f. ehfM.&eam'Saw', Mills for' gangs" or 'single'HiVti alone is worth fifty times the price f ti4 book to- .'!..7p,1'q .4P. ," 'f ..hisi.ja,Oa. *Hotel;.'IU4 table will be supplied with'every ..:: .u.J _tot\n'kt.' .J i,.); ." ._df.lne.0 irT.E Bu :7. ..fTo'Drf&'Po1uetL
- i :.JtaehinbU of erry description. any family, J-xclusive.wholesale Agent, >""r. f ih. ; ..OFEERSIoy.a1t'.ft '-arUcle Jn!thSy luxury that can befrro6uredXf'tr-u ;: *. '7" S .DJI. cUehD1'lr.the 5- '.t' "

kind Locomotive bud and, either Freight finished'Car*.:or Machinety ia afaR \!United 8'S,Canada- 1;: ;,T.',' >- .* -'':.I t .line-'of.bttdnwi. esides-.;. 'I' p.' '.| aug5;;'' lafl.'; f.yJELIA. OgNS." Jci I'I'OIU'J100b eoldest weather, and considered by those:S1DCIteqaa.l .." ft --t.-"I'. '' 5
oa progress ao n.;."i- U O' 1"100 td etmoD: i JU nJs.w .a*1 ? I" ; : 4th 1I
"that -rdnf CM be filled to,short notice,. :; _. / assM-sUeeV.' .. ndreth' ;Garnpa' impblne rhiiiiWWn COie'i i BoUedPaJnt OiV.e. :to'Unwd.Oil, other iJaCklevU1aDb0:
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'Pertoei oontraeting for Mills win 1)1 fornUbed 0 that amount will pallor one copy, which will .. ; S tl&orb$ ; ;411 .y y. :*.JAMES
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