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 28, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
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System ID: UF00079922:00155
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S >,'-r*. peotfalry Inform bit friends that be 'will coa.lime lPu : .33.] equal to nine,'hundred. miles' of fifty two eighteen hundred and ordered "by a resolution of the House- 'of ,"Bath .'ibi ; ,
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S Lbs, praetioe'of Us profession, as formerly. AN ACT to supply deficienees in the appropriationu survey. at.'a rate"'not. exceeding f u4en awards payment*of interest bcTaaid .Representatives to'.W executed under 'the V ,1. 111:3 t
,..U. win attend, MiccB-and every Term t f for the serrice'ortbe fiscal year ending dollars dollaa. shall easearid that the Secretary of special direction of the Fortne'conjpUfion of 4. eostdm-Bonar
.. ,Hae Circuit. Court ia the, cerenl Counties V ,the thirtieth of June, one thouaad eight hun per'mile; twelve the Interior bei and he Is'hereby directed to General Land Commissioner of IheJ at Mobiley- '"*t'hqndred tboesand II I
: th. ', .arten Judicial Circuit the County of dred and fifty-two V SV !. :.subdividing fifty townships: in:California pay said claimants the amount'of office sixteen thousand' one dollars; and for tba completion of
** ,Hamilton'tn' the Middle Circuit the Supreme 1 Be it matted bu tJie Senate and HojRe of into sections, at a ratenotexcee4jng: awarded in each principal hundred and eighty-seven dollars' and fifty J -hol1Se'LouinillCi the ens
Court at TaHanaaaee, and the U;5. Court at St. Representatives tie United Stales of AmericaJn twelve dollars per mile thirty-six thou md amount case for respectively that I cents:.:,,.That no more'than' fifl/ jaav of sixteen JEentockv tba-addVoiial *-
Aarustin .'jAIl. buaineu entrusted to his care V necessary .this purpose be'and I CstfltSVa shill fboasand"dolk&For *
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wQ&reeeire prompt attention. hereby appropriated, not exceed of the book. completion of 'tat enstooVbot

>Acdrei-J.'P.' SAWDMSO, JackiontSIe ingfsums be,and the same are V hereby," appropriated For surveying private claims in Caliir- lug eight hundred and seventy-two thousand For at Cincinnati.fifty thousand doflui,;

Dwvai County, Florida.Ja :'supply deficiencies in the appropriations nia, sevens-thousand and five hundred' i 1I I dOllT3Providd, further That- the final I Congress- contingent igbt .odreaI uPenses ef the JiLhf1. t :For time compltuoa of jtbe .caMoni6ue I
3uonvffl_ ,Jan. 17.1850. ifMcQueen for the -df the fiscal Jars. f donafs.! < aid oilier ;
service payment and satisfaction' puUic officers
-of "said"awards Toenae OMuetted
the Secreta" : &h ,.
:' year ending the thirtieth of Jane' eighteen For compensation of. the surveyor general shall be first ratified and approved as'a final chase- one hundred of State w-rr. a 4 Pittsburgh,ibirty-fiv ttanand doHarx V

Hclnlosn: t hundred and fifty-two, out of any m ney'in' of Arkansas, per act, of,August t eighth, i release of all claims! 'of.such parties; under I and Brown's edition complete of tbe eern'of Little .. For,lb, completam-el tbe fira. >roof tafld4a

4 r T O HJtfJE Y"JL T LAW. the .treasury not otherwise appropriated, eighteen'tin hdred and forty-six J twoijoij.V I the fourteenth article of said treaty, by the j from volume one toVroIame Statutes aine at Large, the;dry of St. Louw Mittottrt -
Vtai.attend the Circuit ConrU in the Eartero namely : V sand CJoUars. V :SX proper nationaLautboritybfthi :for distribution .; inelasive cofiloto.HqaR! and iadepeodeot 'rreJaTT
t' Clmut the United State District Court at St. VV V S For clerks in the:'office "of'the fcur&ybrgeneral Cboctaws to such new officers as b li i1dZ i- and
; For the amount required to, pay reserved in such form as shall he ;prescribed the would have been j ,other 'officers cf ibe'
by : entitled
. .'. e. lAmgm Md proMcnto tiai tbo1 Clalnit Supreme for eitiEeni Court atTaDahauoei- muy.jrt of percentage onde tbe contract for the: float ;of ''Arkansas,: pet and,.act,41k.gust Secretary" ,the luterior.. --'l { V. VOf'presents ; ., I IortJie'pun ??*.. the aetof.1he eighth to ofgncigfied receive" them: States. ,ibmy-seve* thouaa chtoJ.lara.-- -

''. -S Florida acaUut the Ooremmedfat "WaihTagtot ocfcat'PLiiiidilfAIi/are thoosaod nreIirei eghthefgbt.el1.h :lorty ix,sii ase an'-* -i *. j t l1 hi l\tHdarut1olt'r'AI. .ForCOqtplet. be CU1oaaj
p -.either before Congress or at the Departments. I and thirty-three dollars and sizty'- thousand three hundred dollars. gotiate under instructions from tne Secretary 1 hC D glillt 01 tAUg.. QmrmlQ- .v or arrears' 0 dh.J

"ft>- ADDRESS, JiJCbaA' 'iIk, Eau flarida. eght; cents.. f For surveys in the "mineral region. of of the Interior, with the Indians 'in Texas I and ,forty-eight three- thousand"one Post V Office Department etu I
May 2.1850 tf_ J "For'the amount'required to pay.for dredg Michigan, at a rate not exceeding'six dollarsper *ho have intruded themselves into that I hundred and fifty dollars.; V hundred dollars. seven tnousan fir" .

JOHN ERSK1NE, ing: the river i in front of the dock basin'at the, mile, twenty-four thousand seven hunI I State from the territories the'United States For payment of the second and thin volumes S For compeiisa&on v -' 11

Philadelphia navy yard, twelve thousand dre&and eighty dollars. V .J From their removal from that State twenty. of the fifth series of tbe Documentary Plo ed totemporarr-dcri. ein. 4
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For the die
dollars, S. completing survey of saleable J 5ve thousand.dollars. History under contract with theSecretary business in the dead-letter V
. Attorney at Law i 'For.the amount required to pay outstanding lands in the Alenombnee cession, and? >For continuing the collection and for pDbI I of State in addition to the balance of the sand and two dollars and sixty-seven office one I thou I flV .1

1. lias located In Jacksonville, and will attend the liabilities for lalor'and materials ex. the survey of.the. Lake Superior region. I lishing the statistiCS and other 'information appropriation thirty-five thousand dollars, For fuel for the General Post cents.

. Cireuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern pended dry dock, iron gates, pumps, engine Wisconsin, at a rate. not exceeding fin I authorized by the act of third March, per act of the thirtieth of:September, eigb. lag trom.twentieth. of Office; build 11,

of and the Middle State Judicial and the Circuits United States the Supreme District Court Court house, etc., at Brooklyn, eighty-eight dollars per mile, twenty thousand dollari I eighteen hundred arid fort y.' ve ,'and sub teen htfodred and fifty, eleven thousand two hundred;and fi/ty-two February to the end, eighteen of .
for the Northern District of Florida. thousand three hundred and six dollars and For the completion of the township lines, I sequent acta, seventeen1 thousand dollars: 'hundred and D nety:four dollars. season,Kven hundred and fifty dollars.. "' 4 13!
it devoted the ninety-five cents. and the subdivisions of such of'the townships .Provided That the work For the of Jams \V.
Hit time exclusively to Legal frofctrio shall be completedin payment He,' of For tbe payment of the salaries of { '
*. For the amount required to pay for reservations as bear valuable pine timber, west o! i five :Volumes and that at least one volume the city of NewTork, in full for discharg special agents of the Post Office tie 1'

, 03-Office in the basement under the "FcpubEeaa" -. under the contract for engine, etc.. the fourth principal meridian-.and betweenthe I shall published in each year until the i ing the duties of despatch agent from Sep the.end of the fiscal Department endinr1 It'to 1 V

1 printing office. ly may 20 for tbe dry dock at Brooklyn seven thousand third and Iourth connexion parallels, at, I whole series of five volumes --shall be fin tember eighteen hundred and fifty, inclusive, thirtieth of June eighteen hundred year tbe I U
dollars. a'rate riot exceeding five dollars per mile, j ished. the sums of six hundred dollars.. two, eleven thousand five hundred fifty

OSCAR HART, For completing the floating dry do-& at thirty-three thousand dollars. For arrearages in the cost of:the perpara- To cover the balance of.compensation For' payment to, tbr dollir*.. .1 V ,I
t A 7 TOR N 1. Y A T LA fF. San Francisco, California authorized by act For annual 'repairs-of the President's 1 tion of,the volume tor the year eigbteen due to the United Stales geologists for the tribes Indians of the nndennentioaed following earned t 1 '

1 .:Office upon the Second floor at the CourtLooseForsyth of third March, eighteen i hundred and fifty- house, six hundred dollars. J hundred and fiftv-onei of statistics and other Lake Superior region and for Wisconsin, due, them, retained by the saaw

.t ,, '-,WILL practice in .the street.several counties of the one, three Lundred and sixty thousand dollars For filling up_and grading, &C., Franklii i information authorizedby the 'act of third Iowa, and Minnesota,and to their respective ,Agent'William H, Brace,. Iat.e.SI1blnCwa.i\\.i
4 Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the ; and said dock/may be used for the square four hundred* and six, dollars aol. I of March, eighteen hundred and forty-seven, assistant*, including the cost of superinten !reimbursed to the United I "

1& collection' claims against the United States for purpose of repairing merchant ships, when ninety-nine cents. aud Abseqnenr acts; five thou&and jiureehandred ding the printing ot their final geological) reports I I covered from said sub-agent or bis"soraties
-Military services,and for. Horses lost, or other not in u'seT>y the Govenunent, in such man To make the roads and ,walks and to dollars. : five thousand nine hundred and fifty- viz: w, 11 i i

property Also lost destroyed by troops in said service. ner, for such compensation,.and upon such plant Lafayette square two thousand dol-j *Fbr printing binding, etc., s'x hundred two dollars.- Provided, That there shall be I' To Menpmonees, nine thousand four I
;claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or am* I
. be widows and orphans deceased soldiers. terms and conditions as'shall be prescribed Jar. .. V ,copies i of the first rpjnme! of the foregoing no further ,e.ologicalcurvey by the Ho ern. I dred and sixty-six dollars and twenty-sevea tj: ft

Also;claims for bounty land to officers and sol by the Secretary the Na"y. To complete the Improvements on theqnare won; for distribution among new members, went uhlesa hereafter authorized by law. I cents. f- V ,

Qe .ditrianJthewidowsa.ndoqihanaofdeeeasedof.ieersaid For coof ensation to temporary clerks in I south of the President's Louse six thousand five hundred uud seventy-five For compensation: of superintendent and To Cbippewas, MenomooeesVisaeba. I ,

old. the'office of the Third Auditor of the Treasury twelve '1b usod dollars: .P"V'li rdt That I..dollars. four watchmen for that portion of the Patent .!jjoes, and New York' Indians, ,five koadred tS

: ) to Also examing, will give titles Liz and attention records,to and eonreyaneing ascertaining, employed in making out certificates of I :the grounds can be tilled up and the surface i For taia sum, to enable the Secretary of OiSct building which will be occupied by and twenty-one dollars and fifty-nine cental !I1 ;'

claims to lands. service from the muster rolls of one thou-I' completed for the sum liereio appropriated I the Interior: to satisfy the claims of the the Secretary of the Interior, five bundreJ I To Six Nations of New Vorz (Stock- .

All butties entrusted io him will"towet with sand eight hundred and twelve and the aud a contract Lr the completion of tie Creek Indians for aulii: biipulated to he furnished anJ sixiy-ttvu uollais and fifty cents. bridge,) twenty-two dollars and fty< 'ctg.ToStockbndgeooethousaad4ht'h .; J

... prompt attention; and all instruments of writing eral Indian wars, eleven thousand eight work:, with gobd security,* be tenJt-red and udder the fifth article of the treaty of For outat.4 of Charges' d'ASaires to Denmark I ,

yin bVexeeated. by-him with neatness'and despatch. hundred o11.ars; which sum shall be distributed -I. :accepted at asum not exceeding: this amount. the fourteeut'i of February,. eiciteen; LunJred and Bolivia, nine thousand dollars. dred and six dollars. V j

'* 'Jacksonville.-Jan. 25. 1&1. tf among the clerks according to the discretion To supply e deficiency in the appropriation and tUifty-lliree; four thousand dolIar3.F To enalieth-j Secretary of State to pay I For etpezises of treaty with the MisswtH {.

of the Secretary of the Treasury: for.the, casuil repairs of the Capital V expenses of removal aid gubarateuce j William E. Aci'Jerson for the loss 'of time I pi and St. Peiw's Sioux for the extinguish- t t

Joseph S. Baker, H. D. provided, That no salary from this fund i''one thoawinl five hundred dollars. V of Potta.Otoaiies of Iruhu.2l,5Ot! ) : and expense incurred in coming from Rio ment of. their title, to lands in Mmoesots

: riULCTITIONEROF MEDICINE,MIDWIFERY .1a11.e.cecd fjnetLousanddollaie per annum i iexctpt : For completing the improvemeulJ of JCev? tweaty two tbouaiidfive liun iretidolurs I t Jaueua t. New York, under the direction of Territory, being addition to the appropriation

. .AND SURGERY., two, who shall receive twelve Tersey av- nne; north of the Caphol nine, For expenses of removal and snhstence1 the Auieric&n Minister at the Brazilian court, I for the same object made thirtieth, Sep2

. Office on 4* corner of JJarlet and Forsyth.Streets dred dollars per annum. hl.-n-I' thousand dollars. of Chwitaws, ($50,000,) fifty taousand doila.18. -f tc testify against certain persons' alleged to tem!er, eighteen hundred and fifty 'four
. opposite'lite Court House.' For the contingent expenses of the For paatiog! and finishing tLe roads and :' have been er.giaied in the slave trade,' two thousand two hundred and seventy-two dot

: S JACKSONVILLE: Fix. of, tbe Third Auditor to pay for prep !: walks through that portion of the public oFor expenses of removal and subsistenceof t.landred and! fifty dollars. lars and thirty-eight cents.
'. CcUifi. tf. books of :transfers from the Quartermaster 1 mall surrounding ihz Smithsonian Institution Wiae \goes three thousand five hundred To supply the deficiency in the appropriation I For expenses of treating with the Indians

General's office, two hundred dollars. seven thousand dollars. and thirteen dollars and N'o cents. I for the relief of American citizens late- and half breeds, for the extinguishment(

J mcRobert.Baker.: For compensation, to extra clerks employed 1 For. pavmeut to Augustus Hiimbert of For ibis sum to cover arrearages for and I i ion iy ,imprisoned and pardoned by tbe Queen of the title to their lands on the Red river of

. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR..LAW temporarily in tie office of the Auli- balance of .bis salary! ad United States as- account' 'of conungeocie i of the Indian; Spain, Urte thousand dollars. the"north, in the Territory Minnesota/ f

. JACKSONVILLE E. FLA tor.of the Post office Department, four thousand sayerof gold in Californian uad'r Jhe act Department ,twenty.two thousand five hundred For compiling, printiiig, and binding the being in addition to the appropriation\ for !j V
.1- A so Commissioner of Deeds for the following dollars. of trurtieth of September\ egLte! ..buaJreJaad dollars. Biennial Remoter for eighteen hundred and' the same object made thirtieth September f

.ail States of tbe Union : For pasting in books, prepare*! for the fifty, twelve hundred and fifty Collars.: For.indein'nhy for l los.ses gusta'ned by the fifty-one, ia addition to the amount appropriated : eighteen hundred' and fifty'nine hunmliI

'S_ Vermont Maine Maryland Delaware., Georgia Al&bama.Massachusetts purpose, cancelled certificates of the registry V Fur coo-
. Virginia Miisiaripp and enrokients of veoses returned by ployed lathe office of the Comm 'sioaer 'of them as a part of their afi'Huity, in 'Uie bandied and fifty-one, two thousand.- _-two- :I For nlfillinz treatieajnUt'tb* "'" f
.r Kew.York. North Carolina..Texas. the 8ev eaUtdftnv l! of the "customs,'firV ..t tJuio.. twer.tr ttaiKan.l. 1a..PvJ- year:e gllfe 'b'n'rlf M-mirt y--sev.e i f hundred ant fifty-three dollars" I goes, viz:purchase of tobacco per second' .
a4 Feniuyrranla 'South'Carolina. huaiiretl J 1ar5.! iI; That no clerk shall: receive more tlia.ii at seventhfticie of the treaty 'tritb that trite For the trial and maintenance of the light article of treaty of first August, :eighteen' :

.b. f -mar Sl&ZtfB. For annuities and grants, seven hundred the rate of one thousand dollars per annum l of the eighteenth of October, eighteen hundred at Wangasbam, Michigan, one thousand hundred andtwentynine and fifth article1 I'1

. M. PEAltSON, and fifty dollars. except two, whose salary'sball not exceed and forty-eight, three thousand six !hundred dollars. ojFw .. o( treaty.of: fifteenth September, "eipbta
: ATTORNEY LAW. For the regular! supplies of the tweve hundred dollars per annum, under and twenty-tour dollars and V frty.eight expenses incurred in bringing gas hundred and thrty-t, three hundred. 'and1. :J
HAS removed to Jacksonville Florida and master's Department, consisting Quarter.I'I' this: act. S cent ., pipes and fixtures into and around the northeast dollars.! : s :

V, will practice the Supreme ia thfl Eastern Court of and the Southern State, and Circuits in- in kind for the horses mules, and oxen of For expenses of establishing the I5llperinteo For payment for e rvicesof. blacksmith- Executive building, four hundred 'dol- For fulfilling treaties with ;Otto was! aai, 1 .

I.f the U. S. District Court for the Northern District the Quartermaster's Department, at the several t ncyof Indian ,Affairs in California, ailtLorizedby and for the use of tools for the Seneca lars. T' V Cbippewas viz: purchase of tobacco,:-pef- i Ii-
t of Florida. Feb. 19, 1S52.tf.p military posts and stc.t.onsandwitL the : the act of third March, eighteen tribes of Indians, from the' first of.Joly: to For purchasing,' walling, 'and' ditching apiece fourth article. of treaty of .twentf-efgbtBi- I f "

armies in the field; for the horses of the hundred and fifty.t'o, viz : eighth of November'eighteen hundred and of land near the city of Mexico, for a March; eighteen hundred and ,thirty-six, 7 1=

: HOPKINS b JAHAM, first and second regiments of dragoons, the For salary of superintendent, one thousand thirty eight, t hundred, and tbirt 'ri:.dol-' i cemetery or banal ground for such of. the three hundred dollars.) :.-> '

a. Attorney's at Law, companies of light artillery the regiment of three hundred and eighteen dollars and lars and jhHrty-three cents. ; V i officers and soldiers of our army, in outtbte \ For fulfilling treaties with the Saw anS t I

if"*'*. I OFFICE at VAX.ATKA, E.. mounted riflemen ao! such companies of aixt -eigbt cents. For,'clert hire;W rentjuel stationery, war with Mexico, as V fell in'battle'jor'' Foxes of'the Mississippi viz : purchase1 of JJ 1!1.

WILLpraetioe In the Circuit. Business infantry as may be mounted, and also for For presents and provisions for Indians i &c.'for; th'e Superintendent of( Indian Aflairs died ia and around said city,'and for the interment bazcperfourtharticeofVtreatyofViM* $J'f

1. ruatedWLheir.carewiI1bePfO9U7&t&eDdedip i the authorized number of officers' horses visiting superintendent on official business, in Oregon, two thousand foar-hundred dol of American citizens' who have died twenty-first September, eighteen1 harmed; 1 i
to. thousand dollars. or. die ia said city, one thousand four and thirty-two two hundred dolhin. .
tf. and when serving in the field and at the outposts V. lars. 9. may
Republic*please publish -
, frvSarauBkh ad their bill to this office. seven hundred and ninety five thou For travelling expenses of the superintendent For expenses r 'of continuing negotiations hundred and eighty dollars and thirty-four V For fulfilling treaties with the V ii j

1 .- sand dollars. and the V necessary attendants, two with tbe Indian tribes of Oregon lying west rents; and also a sum not exceeding ten thousand u- nees viz:; purchase" of tobacco, 'Mea'OmoIi Ii i

OSSIANB.TIAItT, For transportation of the army, including : thousand five hundred dollars. of the Cascade mountains twelve thousand seven.hundred and thirty four'!dollars article of ,truly ofthlrd & ,

? ATTORNEY AT LAW, the baggage of the troops, when moving :. For payment to the American 'party of dollars. and sixty five cents,'is hereby appropriatedto thousand eight'hundred and thirty-six' f, i

KEY WEST, F&APraeUees ., either by land;or water; of clothing, camp St._Regis Indians, (less tbe-sum of one thou 'For the completion S. of'buildings! for the pay Adam i Boyd Hamilton,"according to hundred doliarS..i f.:f f ....
L S Courts and garrison equipage, and horse equipment,1 sand dollars appropriated br dthe, act, of use of I the l:5apennteatJent and Indian contract, for printing twenty'thousand'and For the payment>of annuities '(and'tttransportation 1 :
1 ia the United States and State ?
of the Southern District of Florida. 'from the depots Philadelphia*.St. LOwS twenty-seventh of June eighteen bnndredand Agent in Oregon;three thousand dollars. binding ;eighteen i thousand six hundred and nEllie same) O-certain tn&esr'd? t ;

UI._ July 10-tf and New Orleans to the. several posts, and forty-six in pursuance of the stipulation For travelling expenses s Superintendent ten copies.,
I1 7 *' army depots ;' of subsistence, from the places contained in, the supplemental article,) as .a of Indian AQairs.in Oregon, andagents, pages each j, of the Begister's: report of the article of_ Uw treaty made at Fort 'Laxainie,= i ti J.
: H. BAKER : i
to- S JAHES. : of delivery under contract,'to such places as' remuneration for moneys laid, out by saidtribe two thousand-dollars. commerce .and navigaton' < 'of' .the UnitedState on the seventeenth day of Septonber,AantfDomioi : .

. .ATTORKlt AT LAW the circumstances of the service may require and for services rendered ,by, their I For.tbi reappropriatkm! of this s mnciined JOfV,eJghtefl hundred and;fifty-one. eighteen hundred and fifty-one' ,'sixtyJH
r. -ziia1or; Columbia Co., East Florida. it to be sent; of ordnance; ordnance chiefs and agentS, in securing tbe title to the to the surplus fund per warrant number I For additional compensation for 1Dcrea:5 thousand doilara "iw

stores and small arms
5tiJ .. H. WBIT SmITH and armories to the arsenals for forti fica. saD! ,.agreeably to the provisions of the hundred and forty-six,) 'being.the. balance I between New York and' Liverpool the to purchase the provisioasimer-';

: .. ATTOEHr-TB AT iAW tions frontier posts and army 'depots; ninth article of the treaty with the. Six'Italians due the'Ottawa and Chippewa Indians'un Collins.line of steamers, to\twenty-six, trips chandise domestic animals and agricuttural V
East.Florida. of New of fifteenth of of per annum; at such 1 times as 'shall be directed implements, to be delivered in payment.of
. :" Alligator, Cdumlla Co. freights, tolls and ferriage for the purchaseand January, der the fifth article of;the treaty eighteen :
d red'and of debts by the PO lnaster"neraJt and in cooformrty the annuity.first payable..anderthe. .,,
J' hire of.horses mules, oxe a,: wagons, eighteen thirty-eightfourthou- and thirty-six for payment belr,. ,
JOHNO. HATELEY carts, drays,'ships and other sea-going vessels sand dollars. '. appropriated second of-Jaly-eigbteen, hundred to his last annual report. to Congress, of said treaty,'without1 previoa.'a4"O.;La "_ _
: ; and hIS letter of the fifteenth of November rertiaementf.if such arcbaaUJQ fecfiq 1 ,
and -boats, for the' transportation of For payment,to the,.Seneca I diansof and.thirty-six, and reappropriated 'sec- *, L '
. ATTOnNEV AT LAW. but to' the Secretary of the Navy, commencing made on reasonable 1 terms. VV
New withboJleti' hundred and
f thirty
hiioi York wrongft ly :
and for eighteen
of : .
supplies garrison'ptJrposesj' moneys ond :*
BLODNTS said increased service on the first of SJC. 2. And be it further .*orfd;"Thai
: OFFICE, FERRY, teamsters,, transportation of land for the from them biyTau agent appointed by the nirieTsfx; hundred and twenty-four dollars ', !
: COunt: of '' January, eighteen hundred and fifty-two there_be appropriated; out of any money-ia *
. COLUMBIA. pay and other'disbursing departments; the Government 'for the' management their and twenty-tw ents. r. '"
WiU 1irc aiu in Ae: Comis of ,the Eastern expense sailing public transports on the afiaiis: ; as per report-of Thos. B. Stoddard, ,For the purchase of two section's of land tbe.rate cf '.thirty-three thousand dollars per the treasury .otherwise appropriated,"'a S
S *-
.S. : trip in lieu of the SVpresentVallowan e. the sum sufficient to enable the Secretary
the with the Tottawalomies
commissioner -
-'J District. various rivers, the Gulf'of AIexico'and the selected by SecretaryVof reserved by the treaty.
'..ep11. tC Atlantic and Pacific; and for procuring water. AVar to maka the requisite investigation pur.suant of,October twentieth eighteen hundred sum of two hundred and Provided thirty-six thousand shall Treasury to pay oi fot the printingfour. ; of hundred'and J
dollars ; That it estimates
.It five hundred : fifty copies appro
tbe fourth onetfhou-
the'direction contained
to in for "Shobonier"sand
S at smith posUfjUr iron their!situation require and thirty-two, V
; Edmund Whitney, ; Jane That be in the power'ofCongreu'at; anytime priation for the service of the'fiscal ytar'one
that it, be bougIrom. a distance eight section oftbe act of twenty-seventh' ; six hundred dollars:.Provided \
" Commissioned'and:1 fally qnmlified x'makiD until all the'rightSof ter the thirty-first day of December,eighteen thousand eight bandied and ifty-tbrte,
. be u hundred and ninetythousanddollars. eighteen hundred and ; appropriations said sum shall not be paid i
.. ]X Mmrr. aad. Inspector ofT Lumber for For the'purchase"of horses 'required, for i for the, Indian Departmenttwentyeight ; uShoboaiers or his heirs; to-said land hundred and fifty four, to terminate the arrangement ttieratepaidbybimfarlbeVpjjjgfS: ,,1Sarticle
Dayal add.tional allowance herein |
C..tT for the Treasury Departmaat by contract; :
and five United States
"'. be when bis-services' oniacBiry the firatand second regiments of dragoons thousand five hundred shall be relinquished to the at3
1- May found are ; provided for, upon giving six'months' notice. the:provision* of the seventeenth teetion
at the Republican office.- companies of light artillery,the regimentof dollars and fifty cents : Provided That the Tor the redemption ofoutstanding Joan *
dated For defraying the expenses -ot the Snpteine S the act of the twenty-sixth1 August on*.
JaelO.' mounted riflemen,! and such Secretary of the Interior is hereby'required i office and final settlement certificate,L / VmopartcftheappropriationbereiamadSfot*
, S -companies Circuit and District Courts of Ibe I thousand eirbthuadred and fortftwoSfC *
: 'andseventynine ,
V of Infantry" may be mounted. .forty .thou upon payiient of the money bereii upeci September" ninth, .seventeen .hundred United States including the District' of Co Anti be it Jmtha'-nadei That15
t; ;B.oso.N: : :kNB. :r .samiddoflara.S. lied, to.take,such further,steps, if any maybe countersigned br .Nath niel, inrobla: also jurors and witnesses i in aid of 4
I V'-1 ., .cOTTON _FACTORS* V i :For cohstrnctingj repairing and. enlarging V necessary,. as-shallenable''dutf'frotn the' UrotedStates idagent. Appleton,. Commissioner-hundred of 'dollars MasSachusettSBay1issud specie |the lands arising from fines,'' penalties, 'arid I the benefit of any tube or part ol a tribe ol IJ
the fortwo ,
to amount
pi .V' GEzznAX COflMJUIOI-AND.Comer MEflCULNTS.t.w i barracks; :quarters, hospitals, r storehouses, recover; ., 'dollars, n.ths forfeitures incurred in.tbe f sc.1 :'year ending Indians, shall' be,paid to any attorney or .
, V V \ -Jeff":8tm stables,;wharves and =waYs.'at the several V.i ; value, ten, "and'4atyeight cents. Jane thirtieth>eIghteen' ,hundred and fifty agent of such ,tribe or part ol a tribe't bst -*

-,SArANNAfluL V posts'and army depots fottemporary .cntonments For'lbe: re-aptropr'atio: of. the foUbsriag' fifty-seven" dollars and seventy-two of the Legvislatiie two,and previous years and likewise for snalLfiii every case, be paid directly the";**

Jo'OTOL. long B:'cvnr.. and the authoriitd .furniture for sums carried to the sarplns' "fttnd..per war- For the contingent expenses defraying >fSpenaee'oLS1Iit.s ia 'whicb IndZanstheinseIyestowbom shall be daei'or .
Y Jliunetotayir
-! \ V otob arjl85ii :- tt; V. : .o of non-commissioned officers ranU. numbered;: /twelve''andthirteen7' :amid Assembly r "the Territory".V :ofj .T- the United States are cpacerned and of prosecutions ,to tbelribe or part of a tribe per eapHa," "

: I and soldiers;gun' houses for1 'the' protectionof : dated respecti veJj,,tbirtietb of i Joaeekbteen I ; : Revised V for.offences"committed against the unless,the imperious interest"of tbeludjaa
.. E. M. MOORE,, & CO. can&ory including the n'eeesaary''tools bun.lred and fortv-six, and thirtieth of June; For printing and pubUsling-1he and United Stales and for (he apprehension and shall equireibe: payment- b*made caI-'--

J. \ : .. GENiERAL: S and>materials for. the objects epnmerattd eighteen Hundred and' ,f rty. ightunc. ? 'the,'. Sta1111es.'makiD an index thereto four,'thousand superihteudrnz -- safe-keeping 'of' prisoner?, in additionto I 'lectiveljTi. Nor shall ,tbe executive branch V

V O..I_ .1.1IJROHAllTSAND and'for'rent of quarters aud offices for offi- fOllawisaghe YIZ : V their,publication, Iq apprcpriatioasy ninety thousand::doliliPjromdtd -. of-the! Goverament hereafter *ogniie:'
?r I S 'T' i .6' eflect ," five hundred dollars: j .
V Forjcarrying into Cboctawltreaty V el atnoflf4
contract tribe
.1'' V FACTORS. CT'andb3XT5.ck3an4bo5I1l1 fpr. trOOPS during the'lat J ,'(That oo officer of tbeUoi- between any or part .
extra clerks .
- V V "II i .Wanhoaat., inhere r' are bo public buildings.for their laetele'enth ,,. iUee9 hundred and For necessary ihe' 's1a'4iJ I .State who is in attendance *upon anycoari.of and aoy::atumwy oragtBVior.ibeproacatbn '
' : .-:11.It.= 'J : rmaa,h. ireo accommodattorc, tor ictore-boases'for' ,the forty twojTninety-five.. dollars;: aad eisbtytbree'eehts terpart of'tnesessions lo- .and ;1b II.United States,' in Hhe discbarfeIth of anycIaa-.agsuttbGovetnued '*
...-... .. ...' -V.._ r. : : .. -safekeeping 'Jt r,?J.aretorPf.and, *cJot : Afi mbjy,J indi0g tU fled Statutes; &duties.of 'said office,shall receive any uuidertbacL V.S ., *.-KMT- *
E.1 W
.. 1RI01lr' Cusbrf V 1o
_ S '. .,> Ol83I, .1"n. '.1L "r.. rphnd summer,cantonments roden4Hwu''iian4re4 "For'earfyinginforefie'ciCboctaiif. treaty! ,' pthjer-'necessary- ,pay or cpmpensatKKrfor attendance as a Smi44ad5kitfuitkr:; eeacWThnuestimate
c .. .r'ff-fI ; of lands 'act: secdn4 doll rs._ 7 V V .i '
, I V I _" C&IXlp&nen aJVuetCCu tboqBana ,-, on account ;; reliaqaiahed" IVflrrinBon : WUKHS on-pfrteGovernmect at the : oi appropnalioit cf'tnaney,1a' .
d ; V r., UJD'It:o.j V.S :; dollars.' & : JVlarcb, eighteen, ond/ed-and''thirty :' : :piymefti.fiMe8srs.Babcoc'ki same.time that b'ieceri&iompensatioaas j anyVbVVuaking.appropronsbaflsa-

1.caU trrha "' .d. ;ft1. V I "' Forcothing GIrlp 4 prmcm qa1p ,I otfe eight. .h'tn4redV..n4, .tweaty-sixJollars. aLl Holcombe Ihar reyisijgitbe.lawsj jhousanl five. such oflker. V.1 V thorize th& payment.-*!imay
:,&Ual V y v"su..oEQ.JUaI&,. S J Jiobp1 AaIeorsa equmpuie 1A oegideer.izoape, ad t..e.nt1',. een, 'V V. five hilridfei 'dollars.eAChro'ae! ;* .: :(0 enabi< V .N ,, M Ba7'tStiNL., : arJn&Oce de oA31tneut 13 l'o iwitbmieVfor1j faroptOatJon haadrei d' Urs; : "tbe' CensusOeonutrsVdtyat Lbs amount-
._. partoiejxt, dragooos,., ; Ci\ 'of-tbe mass 'pay to the frb.:-eoj ployed, ia, W beyond V
s.f..I1. S V V V ,- 4-, -'t- PrC' t .jp' Sw1T.5be '1 light artillery,ablleau4fantryeven1y.ve .. d? third' fofviguM ")farcb, j 'F r the'cntient" -i -}i'f expenses<-ti "Ifi\nzinA the rate ofone .bo n- law, in any case,_1e8s- shall first ka 1
a.tt.eIiI t. .1e Li e
, '" S,, S&&t G..wr.a'i6.nlbe.4 fi thousand d flaf*/ 7" '' it uurnuB t;!: .tl ''uurjy" inhiSeYeVV. nepre : li e VS. ; V dred dollmr* for U oerrlceyaccoriling to the specific, direction'd: or sueJj;;ixln :

OJfl t '11. w1ia'dith'4.t" r..t .1.-1 -" :" ..... :: u For lobl&teQt6'fa kiRd two 1 i&f"te arid fcnrai :>MtfQrty.lwo r dolkr* *Aal* [fifty/. dollars:-,0-n e 'offtbeSeBafeioneiUBre ..,-. office:rolf,,.the i: am'. V of tea tlioaeaad-fiveForitfetwm'ming dc$ ins the officers to whoa seth ;
(** o ?? r vi4T# 1P:e( V
,:J U .I. thousai4fifhun4red ., 'oc eonti J at1' ; :
.C.WI1D.t. O4 : Vt !
JOHN .b. J'V.
.A pl eventy'-nine iy. o-v 3** = &* f***- s* tiioasaad ijlieJ.doUa"; V VS paytneutjliai1bmae.
. i1. .'. Jad.Z12.s J.Ttr._ t, 45L i"-* ** *-t a f "t i-ifc,* "* '.' .-.itl. |*r* *::Foi payment to Pottawatomied toiweferQtlbc : &.nd hitt''fCD" fceren ,' tanning, **&" marking c. 5.'.AI24'. bt-tt., .": rtWtr

. V .f .,, .; ;-iot par.f.fivelthaui of exasinipnteJ *de1tlwe4 t.\lhitJf'o MaryjiJ.it,4 .. h'lt11di aul.r! 1 4f9. Uafi't"ii. fJt the northern boundary"ofthe: Stale ofIowa, ," "I" '; D-1.1-'B D a..ao..L.l.wC" .'
.g wrrJ'U. ,._ Secr ofthe &nateitt'l .
)8Lr.NE ,.. ? AtA 1 ;* rt 1To _fiale tbe Wf ; and (
: .4iq1 JLir sI t.b orlsectb'iPtJ:
: ': T'- I volonteefi:eighty *flrottsioii sevew t.. V 'J rptot.Dtcj.' i a'tbe_pariUel otr jfcrty-t&ree degreeith; ty be is Jtartby : a7 .

, := S C ,; .d' .Jlei' I.:%l baaJr..f-. 'and lMlYAPJ6tk 1'F.4''III ,. d P"I ; ,., 'tJJ. : .'(' K piK-ftfrthVi0psi-iiaaBOwen/U M iei 'St;i' SJtceipecaJVfir h .Yn.t. 'latitrde'iaddmtioa'"t ;'the:' unexpended portioa of..-money apppr .- .
't.a J '
!' $4' 1' Jit:Z I '7oratereeof'th;: *: auoumta'f oar4njichovcT3J4f5ntsIndei : ti..ltf 'appropmtion3 bcretofure jua&ftor:jUte'.saaiefirt ateJ by &. .{C6ngre *ai J MoAri.
: _om { w' t4Vp' tMs ew .rki "JW" : jSn thqloT LV ;h. V 5 : Tff" ::1r
V V WIvV&V41 imartofl btiseas U Hatf tae1 Uditei Slateii and Mexico,' tliJoutteentEicle At .h for.e' ordrsdUnV 9 'sanjaollars: V m 8'O mMttbe U'I
'. I i rding1O th 'tzty of Gaad fiidai- of-tH br-D ; ine&OtaJfJt b # 'ortbJ teionstraeUori,\fflf/repairs*ofrttbeff.w8KriBib r idcurml la'conacqaenc*"ofJ'''the hue fer at!1)

_.1' ;, ale.,JAaW lr.. I thtfI d i1 tla":1fPm iiTii1 Lveaty ,senth "Semh.r2biadred ji: cu4-fr4e r&r usp or, C, oawol, cr >..-.u 5e4Jn; ". fIwMrtey pf btjCantt I tin Captel." app nU&UalT Itbo JA 8eo '
the >
.ti tM J :' $ lic! dut l "'' an.10'; 1 tliirtT.oM1fuiiUi 4 efcttfboaiseibleerr, thou d"dolflaV -. 'b a4mJnd frftf-lwo,to -----C.r; *

Ja JfJiiI : .FA .- i-- ,oa'"-'If. ,'F" % di D"\Pibtl11'itro If''the.. pomnt o.1bRi rlde4but s4i i@. t tI rmo"l. tCl. pgvqS -S jJJe tLudO: ie'i alar rm aI A ;4gVrs < '%*? **** .J* -:.!*. $. u ri1Y.; mr-1-;
j.rtgifL* :' .__'----1... I'L' _- ..;_' .,. iVSV<.. Gt*'deortro1 the 1 Yl 1 '_ _: 4 .thSt" 't b t '\."'_ rHr r: ... .e ea L.; ftt4i t !i-cavalat r thedsmaelaWy done by fire-ia the oliN
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=.'IAII.- _". 1 I ____. .1'' JII ; .r' : bf:1\l 1 rJtAtr 1 e". Y8cen.. :piJdTMLno 1iiopIke Jerk ot & ant ia
.sAa.1 ,'fZ,; 1hj4t taj #: b i&1oe 1murb&s Key.West, in the State. of ;Fbr-. oi the isupvuui. courZ
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; 6. 4W' tV if/uriitr
i the Scctetary of lhe.Traury be and
'ir hereby authorized to purchase for theUni \ DAVID D. PORTS: ,,, a pawport, on the charge of having eeditto'aaa "The, 'N :Tc Sat,io ;n6fictng, thIJs1e m- > 'Ii1ltheov S ;every tnaiiwboelaims to be 1

{L 4;! \ led States a suitable piece of ground nl a LieoL U.:..Ji.IYV, 1J ding U,0' .M.iISteamah'pCresCeo1 :COtf p nd R'hi'1' s c : CI1Pt ere coai pleling at.WiUiarnsbur! (N.T;)th'us a Whig/to resori to tbe polU on'TuesJaynext

):1:: central point, ia the city of San Francisco, Cty.-, ;: : )/. ; r ,.WARn,' who indignantly protested against u'eI "lenltC'nll the stettmer'buil.ling'ior" the' traJe, ,- to,caM bis vote for)Jhe Electors chosen

{ : California an a file for the erection of/ the ,To the Aitbrities. Si Cuba.oMKitev ., 'i I I !treatment to!which Ke bad' been .subjected,'' between Charleston and Florida .. :, Ty tbVh1g"pa rty ,tV: :Wpport 'the national, l
custom-houM heretofore authorized / W
to be 1 J' i|t \is tihimatelf-tklioif.|proceed: )
built: Provided that raid ate: or ground may /; & yOY ;>Toyage, the'atftnorities "beinjj; uoabfe. to :f'.HJk.steamer of::450 tons, to"ran'netween* Whig nominations for President and Vice;

;N t* obtained with good atd sufficient title top tfce 20)o>ut*. the steamship, when off': prove tbat.h.e- knew HCARKKESS''.being Charleston,and Florida,'with one hundred President.. ..failure to elect! oar candidatesin

the United Stales in exchange for such reasonable Gun Key L.ight.fell in.with the ships Central ,. concealed on board.. His letter l ag\ was and sixty foot keel,thirty foot beam, ten foot i the' J late Stale'electionshould not produce t :

{ l,': portion of the Government reserve Dunlap and Devonyfcr, and three or four.t considerably lightened of its contents. an4 Bold,furty inch cylinder,ftd ten foot stroke.' : result'in letting tbe Presidential-
I' jo that city as the said Secretory shall deem *bJ4 s4a co paol.wbo names 'could not j hen replaced boardihe Co ielia. ?he will, wben..eomplted.c cost about sixty apathy to
, cII;I jirgtftftd eljnltiVe, of'for a a'QrnJII'1ieui be ascertained.i hey were all staitding Xcr ... The, result of the perzare of the.letters'olMr. Jhousanil doUarts! and oivneJ by Mr.:Calu-. election go by default in favor of cor oppo l

i.:p f-si M1*?'not exceeding.forty thousand-dollars! ; Salt,Key Bank, with a ten Knot breeze. ..GUZMAN was the arrest, ibe flame even .wetJ'ot;: .Charleston, ,.S._C.-" nents. Such is the tendency of -pInlde-

.i : I and to triable'the Secretary of the Treasury ing"of FEANCIS Fitns,-Coant of Pozis Dot.-. ,Thk with the aiditional!"new* steamer' de-- feat fat. a -State election imciediately on.the

; :: la carry into eflirct this provision.the corn ol TJi. DI lrea1t, al' 'ilayana. i anti his; brother,;JiwEpaPoMtsflo'ABoziRENi ecribed' by'oar' Savannah" exchanges- oo ere ol Presidential ,straggle. ,This however

,- forty,i1ousand dollars hereby appropriatbd 'STEAUSBIT CIISCIST Cmr, Oct.'6, 1852.', > and the Mafqiiis"of CAMPOS LLA- l
rn.t."t.!I *. : Provided, That if Ihe said Secretary At a meeting of Jhe cabin passengers anda loc are'amnng-the first inhabitants of td.take.berp1'onjhe' Savannah .nd-St. in: other States \"iII. certainly not be :

' ? ,., shall. fail to, obtain inch ground on satisfac' 'large"number of the steerage passengers Cuba lor; wealth a d.iysp ctabiity. The Jihn's.flu!', will I create t a"lively time of if onlar the effect of such'a' res alt, as .eJsewheri the

!,: : tory term*, then the said sum, or such portion on board:'of' the' Crescent, City, I numbering Count iPozAs Diocesis Ul.h1i145tb.year.and river.the ensu ing season, people, without regard to party ties, as_if by

-I ., 1 thereof its may be 'necessary may be exp nd. aboot one hundred 'and 'thirty, Hon. :John, possesess a high literary reputation. i the intiii i :of.public gratitude and patriotism ?

!r J ed providing the .proper foundations for Slidell.was called to the chair;.T Among the letters taken from';tbe' bag ortb' Quick Passage. !1. !

t:1t : aid custom house on the. site heretofore t 'Mr._ Jennings was requested( 'to read v'the; : slip Come/ia'was: one:from" the ,Countto r f.. will rather reward than sacrifice ibe'

, i't' .selected,for the pu, rposeDlffle following.atatement,:: ", a friend in New-York requesting: him .toexpress ; ; Tbe Schooner Everglades. ,' Capt. RAMSAY, man wh6se'career of forty year*' peril and

;e;1.f 1. STITCHERT.. the ha"ks'of the Count's,faulty' forthe reached St. John's ,Bar'.Sunday night r last; devotion to.,his)country has won for him a !
the Cuban AuUurlUc. i '
-f j' with
Ujr performance of tbe ceremonv comtnemoratingMbe 'having l left the 'of New York theWvioua
port ] nomination. for-the'Chiet Magistracy the
\Ve toe undersigned, passenger rtt on the
f Lopez \vho,
.. From tae N. O, Picayune of the 8 h.1 death of. General i Wednesday about: sunset, making
\ Crescent 'City in her present voyage from I mamcdtht &Ist .One brother: geputlic.( In other States, oo ,harrow prejudices
' Count's r.
j': The U. S. mail steamship; Crescent City. New York,to New Orleans avail ourselves imprisoned in theiMorcyand< the: other' inCabana. I the trip Jn four days and three hours. She can appealed to-no.attempts tl\ri_ !
" 't tieut. D. D. Porter, U. S. Nn commanding, of the sion'to, tb "very : j
; express great brings dates in advance of the mail. '
; arrived at this jut! from New and satisfaction the. ,. be made, even with plausibility'towa.ken I
|port evening pleasure) which passage has
!.t L in' She The engineer, SAMUEL tI nKNJS5" animosities has been' 'attempted to be S
i York via Havana eight days: has afforded us. himself : Late Publications.
been for onboard
:.. c:" brings the mails and one hundred and sixty The ease'and comfort of the ship the skill, sent tbe'l to Conic/is jail with concealing leave -' done in Florida, against Gen. Scott,,because, :
.;:i .. passenger of wbich "sixty-five are from Ha attention; and polit ne s of iU officers; and J-Iavanawithiout, 'a ,passport a ;:and Mr.Gcz-to t XVe continue in prompt receipt of the val amid tbe embarrassments of a protracted Indian :

.f; ?lfl*... She aim brings the Havana mails' the admirable order and discipline i exhibited' 'able reprints ot the British! "Reviews from '
MAN confined with checks his
authorities"notHaving dungeon war, be met upon policy
. This ;is owing the Havana throughout every department of the:'vessel,, fur to .letters to.New hj office of Leonard Scott& Co., New-York. -
! communication between attempting convey and at times publicity: to despatchespenned I
; allowed any made uS experience for 'ourselves and families 'r .. gave i :
.' the steamer aud the shore and from theirhaving that entire sense"of security BO essential ..Yoik.. jl; )fer'4Uniiehim.-We.iiave been furnished without deliberation. These disadvantages

': p. ordered the vessel."to seat! the to'the enjoyment of a< sea voyage. ,- !' regularly' with the numbers of this of position, as a candidate,ja Ibis ,

": t. mail*.and passengers on board. This cots But at tbe same time we cannotascitizernf TUEUEItlIIlI Work? Wee our last acknowledgment. The State have been availed of !

.lP.;: : duct, it is supposed', arose I Irom the presence. itie United States let this'.occasion pass .\ ,,: latest recesved's tbe VI11 th No. This number by unscrupulous
' :W\; ; ol Mr..Smitbrlbe purser oi -boa djnejBres;'' 'IT llhnut *; !n.->*nwi r J. partisans to" impair bis prospects and I

.;"f.I\:' As tKe Crescent City approached the inaignation we feel at h-conduct ilid'I 3' CS'CNV'It" :' t contains, among its plates, a view of r detract from his merits. Misrepresentations
port, '
by the Spanish ; with : i
- & peremptorily Vernon the Washington mansion
: ;;l':: the Captain thereof met her at the mouth ol 1 : Mount and exaggerations of ,the grossest kind have

:'r' !.. the harbor, and made motions to her not'to ordering Havana our None ship of away us had from ever the before port witnessed of Thursday,, October. 28, 1352.National ,-an engraving which in its beauty, beed made of the language UMd.by General ;

:! t : enter. These were- dWrparded and the of romance the in addition -
such an insult to the American flag, lends a tinge spot, Scott in his official- despatches during the
'- .': vteamei rtnod In. The Captain of the Port t and cheeks' almost burned to the solemn and inspiring historical I
. with share
:;;:( then orJePed Captain Purter"erbaIIY lo WhIg nominations. Seminole campaign,. a/id even garblings ao j
:', that we had no power to resist, and there' associations linked with it. Aside from the I f !
: -
" "heave to" at the mouth of the harbor. fore suppressions have been. unblushingly resorted
\ :.t Capt.Potter disobeyed this order, as it was were compelled to' submit to it. FOR PRESIDENT. : latter however, the ed-ior; describes Mount t .i '
:h Whilst thus giving nilerance !to our feel to, such a& ought to bring disgrace upon
:, :r ; blowing half a jralu of wind,at the time, and I logs it j is of ; Vernon (nota mount, as the nane would indicate
a source pride and gratificationto WINFIELD SCOTT. their authors and defeat and ignominy, in
. jf he jhoQjrfit it a useless waste of time to .
remain -
ns that we can oar estimation ) as void of attraction, and tbe Washington
express high
1 outside the harbor. The steamer accordingly steadof advantage and success, upon the
:': t her of the dignified and manly course pursued FOR VICE PRESIDENT : -; homestead as fast going to dilapida
proceeded to anchorage, having party which gives them countenance. A (
Porler. In
.i'f ; refue4 to lake a pilot, an the wind by Capt. answer to the written j/ tion. Meyer's Uuivertum lays claim to public t
was order of the Captain General, handed to GRAIillI.j party which falsifies! the history of the country -
;. 'j". blowing too bard to stop the ship for that him the 4th 1VI. A. favor for the artstic: merit of Its illustrations
on -ihat if
;,. September, an individual : by wantonly maligning the character of
., purpose. amed; Wlliam Smith -- Each number contains four engravings
charged with representing
\. After the of its heroic defenders
one most
o ; steamer wa.s anchored, the Cap partywhicb
publishing gross caln'nnies against the Government FOR ELFCTORS FOR FLORIDA.J. scenes of interest in various
:: : tau;
. of the Port came alongside, and Rsked I uf the Island should attempts to cover its destitution. of
why she had not stopped outsiJe of the harbor I return on P. SANDERSON of Duval Co. of the woild. ,
I board of any steamer belonging to the principle:: by reckless assaults upon the man,
'.;A when be bad given the order. Capt. isnch vessel T. RANDALL of Leon Go. Tin Cabin ani Parlor.-This is a workof
would he excluded
' from I Gen. Scott-a party which bas no two :
; Porter professions
tj : replied that it was not a fit place to the fiction, just from- the of T. B.
..i.- : atop a ship under! the circuul'tancelC as he entering port, Capt." Portei had respjn. J. J. FIItfLEJT of Jackson Oo. press : alike at the North and at the South
would ded in a manner becoming; the captain of a.i: = ; : Peterson, I'bilaJelphia.. It contains 33GS I ,
be risking his- vwsel -
by so doing of national
question policy-a
He had Amer can ship and an officer in the iavy oftbe r CIRCULAR TO THE JUDGES OFPROBATE. aad is (from tue of J. TUomtollRalldoiI.b. upon party
refused V.l
: I to obey the order ; pen
; Utiiled L hicb the South dares
. Sutes. by stat'tt,?, anmn other \\ at not take issue for
given.Capt.. ; It is degnei as an o G 3tt t toMr .
I >
things, wnist vinii cain
;,t > ; the freedo.n of or against th Porter
was asked for the- steam- i in the United; OFFICE S )\(''tate of Uncle Tom
speech SEPSETAnr
\ Slates, aud the liberty OF THE OF STATE, publication
"articles.! When they are assailed! by its abolition allies !
; ; Captain of
$ of the prcas. The fact, upon his ho loras Tallahaasee, October Cih, l52. Cabs, which, as i is generaliy' known, was
. i; ascertained that Mr. Smith'b name \va& .10 ufficer, that Mr. S nith IiiJ written A mistake having been mild by th: prbter in : at the Noih; -a party which dares not, cannot -
! .'; on them he informed Captain Porter that: the never COIJ1jIOLlert to |>a:'Jer to the morbid appe>!ts
or COnjI'J] any article for the newspapers publishing the Govcraur's Froclatnit'on l giving define the linoit between autiprotection
Captain General ordered the Crescent City and i it ".. .1. notice of tie Prosideatial 'ectioa., be of the ar.ti-s'avjry' snli>nc ,
; as toth* jrantlenan f fist ( baviugpublisiied and direct tax itiru-is unworthy of confidence .-
? Jo tea immediately. Captain Porter refused lomqirreif be baJ written any art.cle in- the time MONDAY Y, instead of world, and xvlicii ha? iLereforc had: a fi.ie
;i to obey until lii* mail and were or respect when cmnpe.Ied! to supply
passjngers j srjosb 10 te!! Government. TUESDA F, the 2d day of November
r'. landed next ) run. henj as we fee, alrea-ly dramalscJ for
! or the of
responsibility nut their
landing; shortcomings by heaping abuse
:.jl there was assumed by the Spanish author NoJ-.uth.-.ta'iltti;* this distinct declaratio.i! load you tbe Act o!the General emU "'lieh the E'.gli. ta7e.cV ral more truthful upon
as sfHi as nur vessel rca(led th* Moro, aGovpr.meui fixes tbe day election Tuesday 1.lr the fir.t the WL',5 ca.iiliJate fur the Presidency merely
tiesHe told the
was by captain: of the port exbiuit'Oiis of the shivery institution: of thi
bauhe for Havana would have tat wastheie with its officersto Monday in Noveial:. (OThe lleoiion will because he occupies that position : a candidate :
passengers s'tiify: t-' It# that we would not be allowed tierefo'! take Southern States have been drawn out by
to go to .a with the steamer: but tbe officer place on TUESDA Y,the 2d day whom, bad he been theirs, they would (
u..tfii.-r: the port. Our cajia'.n;. hovvev- November th<5 fxagjsehii of Mrs. Stowe the latest.
; tu. from the post office raid lie would take the without! ; u next.. have deified ami aloreJ.
1I.p mails. Captain Porter refuted to deliver l'e er, aiy pJot, conVived i.is6hp; MLtr C. W. DOWSIVG, anJ, a? liu cnlicis'Tis: ; of the candid pre&>
l accu to'neJ : The people of Forid: have the i
and i
there respond
::;;; : mail until it was decided whethti.the eleamerwas tha orierot the inonrugs. awaited Secretary of State. would ind'C'ite, the best oi i which JS the .
Captain ral. Ths ble
} & : was duty rn.neJIaifly devolving them
to go to sea or not. nonoiinced An Art to amrnrf t Kook: of Mr. RanJnljih, in which the miser open
soon by ihci-ffic'ai as AnAct tmitlfA An Ad to } t
,44 Capt. Porter informed the of the! a.p'Itrnp. of choosing their President. From all
captain Provide : parts
. ftr 1'1.t Zbrtian ditt"!
one-iijstar.tly / ** of Pren- anti
tory to pave t'ie de ra.Jat'on and
:&'j port tuftt he would flit move his ar.dmr until port. a.urefusing ; (!e'tt and "'\<:t President nf llie Unlitd Stitet" incideatofree soci'ly of the country we find the first symptoms of
!.* he had made a formal proie to tlie Cap : iier-nis3'- 1 > hl1lo" 11t :uit: paskR -. apprl''ft I Jinu.SjrcTifl ::,- 6t\, 1S47. free iast'tution at ihs N nth TS brought into }
ssatisfaclion :
; : U(.> Gencial airainst such treatment. Tbecapuinpf ers. CapU I'jitei: I thei >nt M'.i I iatbe- 1. Bo it enactc-i J'r floe Senate and unhappy co'itrasl with the co.iJition of the at Gen. ScoWs nomination,

Ibe Port cony.\tt.od l to take it anl {nr? :ieavhy, hii wriite' protest hoad! be floe t>f Rep-eseataLircs of tucUUtj of Florida: exhibitel I by many Whigs yielding to'a
h.ivle.1 to the i in i huma. rare at the South. This book as its
Sjian-sh: ttoifiortfe The enersLAsesnhlycow'rn-t, That MO much of
il'to the General. warm and earnest zeal in bis benafl zeal
present -a
; I In half Caf'a.n! Gnerai! .(rr,..;J"tf'CLlY: w.-i- the 2-1 section of the Act to" r'iich this in annid.not prospectus.plates, is "for tbe \vholecointry."
; an hour tie protest waa returned. AJnlottion; a a? piovide for hoM'ug an election awakened by developemenU proving conclusively
L The Captain Geueral refused to receive i icoalmuuication ten cm Iron the c.ip'a.n except for tito: /a of Pjesiiaat 0I:1t Vice President: of Sufficient evidence of iu merit and mora
any that the holds
S Ihraugu tie linn Is of tb : AmericaCoisul: the United States. the th'rv country no man who
direct from on Tourtli daypreeeiinrrtli" of its
I Captaii happily, accep'.ableness even in the'rl"lun
. ; !i but raid he would receive it io whom or tu bis repree4Ia1ve, it 'vas a-' first Wetaas... !ay in J Jell'1b"r. uniesi can be more safely! trusted with the rein of r
; through tlie s. 'Ioaid toe where Siowe' sentiments
04 a Mrs.
cor.i'nsly conveyed. Bat befoie r.1a1 or 1iJhy, and In that arencuated Government
:; :4 .. American,Consul. The protest was accordin'ly any action evEltt oitho iu oodin ,b tau Winfield Scott. Why .
lolfday anhau.ne
could lie haJ t'lereo.-, is that it is : of Jt'1
another order highly spoken by
f sent to the i4 berbby r resLlel should
;; acting consul, Mr. More- ,, there be a Wbg in Florida who will I
r.4' I J wl. came fr 'D tile high functionary, commanding iECo 2. He it farther ....*W'W\., That said .11'0- i fljeutiat:t Norlie.o! journals that are abovei'erir.glo
the captain instantly to :leave the port. ion shall take plase on the Tuesday next ftcr re.nain utienaUd from his party, when it. is
t thi.time
During the bore boats and those c a taste hurtful to popular sentieit .
the firnt Mon
At the time lay in Woveuber,in the !
ofthe unit a pilot was sent to convey year eiLt- marshalled under but one lealer, and rallying
various port officers were hovering I u out. eon hundred ai.t furty-eIit, aii'l ia every/inrtagucccediqg In and to the conntry.
; around the ship at a* distance, awa.thg the I year ; and tho> snail be held in the l once more under the tlme.h nored name :
Our then The
4?: final result. After sunset the Captain of captain ordered that the anchor game mtaner abd aider the regulation pre- .4jrican.-RepOltory.- akno wledge of WhigtThe !
.. be hauled and scorning tbe aid of Reribod by the Act to which this the
; : the Port up the is an amendment receipt, from the publisher in Washington
cme and informed
alongside Capt. pilot. lircoeedtd at once to sea. I and the laid Art shall in all other respects remain merits of the two candidates for the !
Porter that as the protest bad to be sent And unimpaired, a.ad ba construed In reference to the C Alexander! of several numbers of

I some.ifttaBce.to reach t'ie' consul, it was too i in testimony whilstjwe of,our subscribe; warm our nameI' to of this, I amendment herein made. the "African Repository," the long established Presidency' have beeu fully canvassed and I I
lafe to it approval tbe made known to the people. We would
answer at night. The ship was [Passed the Senate December 8,1847. Passed of the I exhort
:! : therefore ordered lo proceed Iowa. course,'pursued by Capt. Porter as exhibiting the House of Repreentativeg December 17, IS 17. organ ftericun Colonization our Whig friends to-rally in a spirit of r
I the true discretion and judgment becominga Approved by the Governor December 21 1517. Society. The work continuous
1 ,"You refuse. then, to receive the mails ]]I INorthtrn preserves a devotion to their .
brave and principles-
: : and passengers1 said tbe captain. "No communications iutelligei.t officer, we mut record of events occurring in Liberia, Africa. I
of kind lain,express purindignation at such orders, i Papers.We I which; have been published to tbe world ;;
allowed said
any tbe the colony founded by the benevolence
-;: :: Captain; of tbe Port. I emaiating from a .responsible Government join our East Florida pf and which have been identified with their r t
by which .witti cotemporaries I Ameri individual enterprise, and'maill
I from
m; ; persons passpoits the yund'er
Capt. Porter, done nam% both which a
having that party -
was i in ack'tojrled name and principles
, ). necescary, and finding I Spanish Consul, were nof pennitted lo land ing the continued weekly receipt the fostering care of Southern men
tingrid of his no prospect besides of get i i in Havana and an American ship under an of packages of late'' northern papers I and slave owners. they should be proud to own., .

passengers having American flag, refused entrance Come out, Whigs of Florida I
to tbe undauntedand
!laic his protest in the matter before the Span to Ibelea&t t conductw port- from thejnffice of tbe Charleston Courier. De Jlavft Review.The latest (October)

ash Government and left the"resPonsibility from say the facts of, the case holly, contrary indefensible to the These papersconingwithther, usual des number, this'Review is in our possession.: with confidence in your cause, and showon :

E&I of.lhis oUlrag=.with them, put to sea. The patchtoCbarlestonare! Tuesday next that a Sta'e defeat shall
good faith existing between brought thence
friendly nations ; to ft is
; < superfluous for
4 % authorities gent him a pilot, which be refused I us to say anything ,
' jn utter violation of of : i this place by jfteame.'F/orida not deter you from.'proving yourselves true
every principle are'
; t and invariably ;in
a, Deceive, at 7 o'clock pawed theMoroon behalf of.a work tbe high claims of
' nity and decency, and an insult to the American : to'country, in the of the t !
inadvanceof broad
1t -
4 I 1 %- -" tGitlamo Chacon-who conducted Ibis busi principles' of tye VVhigr party. : .! ,
JOHN SLIDELL. The table of Returns : fully'admitted and appreciated! intelligent '
ness, behaved througbontwitb great courieT Chairman.. appeared in portion by, every i '

and politeness exhibiting no feeling. but JAKES McMASTHs,-Secle&rl. of our last week's edition with an important reader. Devoted to Southern advancement Tue Gordian Knot.

-..towingevidently; that be had an unpleasant Indignation 'Meeting In New Orleans. error' i in the vote of Cof. Ward, arising IP and all that pertains to the industrial -

,- .- i doty to perform. The following is Cap- i An indignation meeting was held at the i from a wrong figure in GadsJen County: economy of the South it treats all J. The Tallahassee: Floridian has quoted] C. til
tain Faulkner
t71 I .Porter's i Arcade in New Orleans, on the evening of the which should be Ward 402, instead of 102, subjects) in! a national spirit, and is a worthy Representative Congress I
tZ ', f'f ?ROTPT.S 7th instant, at which over ten thousand from Va., to sustain Mr. Pierce, because

; .; h rea" the Spanish authorities Cuba sons'were present. Much excitement .was per-; as printed._ _ _ .: representative of the large and diversified he is'a Southern man, aud a Wbjg: .After !

2..: bavejssued an order to prevent the entrance exhibited. Numerous speakers addressed I JCQ5VVe* shall await,the official of interests .which centre'at Ne* Orleans. Ma quoting in ?
report ( by
of he one place torn a speech'pf I
I U. mall
( S. Crescent FI
steamship the multitude 'of the
City r oo'the subject of the Cuban I the State election from the ny pages Review have been from
into tbe port o( Havana to which the said I 6utra e'and' following resolutions Secretary' officein time to time devote Faulkner, in another-while.repeating that L lie l t

;. ) P steamship is bound in.the pursuit of her legitimate unanimously; adopted f", were Tallahassee, before republish ing the returns .to.Florida enterprises-i Whigs'rely "upon abolition'..testimonit ,

:ir/ business, 110 I offence been '' in tabular form. her projected railroads, the ship canal, &c.
having I Besolveii The Floridian and
asks "Is
,.That. the citizens; of New Or ; Fogg more reliable ibari To mbs1 i
i.iij.4. committed laws! of on the coast of Cuba against the leans regard the recent action of the GoVernment Journal t estimates ,the majority for Bro rne at I The present number contains an article'xe7 on -Foss 'better than Gentry ?-Or Goodale be j
Spain the ,
by or crew of' said I ; West :
Wreckers &c.
f of Cubain,refusing to admit'tbe about 200 and that for Maxwell The work
I; vessel l,and tbe said: order being in direct Crescent at' between than FiutKNca 1". Now this C. Faulkner :
::1.,4! t contravention of the treaty between the two City, an Amei ican- ship, bearin''Ibe' 30, and40 votes. ought to be iiHhe possession of every man I was elected lo the presntCongteifrornone
American marl and ;
: t: 1 countries do., having on board a number The who desires.to be possessed of data and
: ; JI
; therefore trongty protest, of American citizens into : same paper"cJaims, for 4he Legisla- of tbe Districts i in which '
tJ': : t in the name of the United States Mail Steam port of: tore:Senate, '12 Democrats opinions; connected with Southern industrial I .a: thorough I
Havana -for statements reported to 7 Whigs 14 Whig could be ,
f ; ships Company, :whoseT Juteret to have ; _not chosen, but l in which I
- A and.also in ibe.paine of (lie. Government represent of bf'tn'made.bY'lbe purser of the. said ship, House,'26 Democrats, 14 Whigs. progress. Mr.: F.successful, because he 'was -

j.( theUnited; ?! States whese officer I am, againsta within the United:; States, as a biglj-handed I The:Sentinel states that in: Holmes and I IWaItoit The Tropieal .fa rmer, published by our sort of and' : a '
Centaur Whig Democrat.
;;.? I .p pro'JIJeQ arbitrary. act commerce a.violation belvpeeo; bf; ,('De'.trealy Spaid,: !; and 01 the&rny!?U-iited and I ; It the; majority for: ,Cabell' is 135for enterprising! neal, L.. C. Gaines,. of.Ocala, it is understood betbas"declare'd for Pierce Now, the 1 I !

The SjJaIi.'autb"ritles'ln, CuSs for'theextraordinary Ward and hasajriin! been .received the"present i a
States, ai insult to-our flag and an 65, Aqua) a Whig'precinct being over Scott} and is the
c.i' foe outrage great rejoicing! thereat. $
:J.f{: : 4' to Lold! $f. IJuited con Stales taken by Mail them steamship,; profess' upon tbe. ;ightiolonr' c li% a.- i' in Walton' ,, to hear.from. The Fforidwn the, third. naorter, -'. -. issued. The" .nqm""r'is. i "kGooJalebetter: '. than ,Faulkner 1" We we

: Company responsible! for article Resolved, That our Government:will be gives the"whole vole:of Walton.thus. For' bl'withcontibutns'from' the peas ,of r should-ihink' i if '
newspaper so Mr.
Faulkner be' I of
I' expected to demand and enforce- ; ; judged
,. jmhltolej io the United indemnity 161 nqmerousresnlents, of the State
States and Broomej 123 jnasriculinral ,
which jlfor; ,Cab I ll( 171 '
'are for tbe past and aecurotylor toe future In'r/ by.his sentiments in the Virginia Legislature ; .
.I14 '
alleged! to have been
; pursuits J
written by the Purser : Max well 111. ,an skilled in the sciences
gdr4 to ibis and other ; '
irti' joft be Crescent City.itJjas violations'the rights pertaining! to soils when. the question!, of abolishing. slaver of
of and showing that there *
i U V ; been d&incily; declared: by me.. SnaiL our flag, our.' citizens
tlh i ': though pj.fVtt-tbat.no such declaration Mr. Smith,.-was the called had foroo Resolved,. That tbe"conduct'of Captain ( otthc, ,Nevrs, of.this place, offers for subjects'iof oar.State, ready to avail itself of ago., Then, there were various, plans to .* '

;4 BO agency in composing jiubhshing"purser, Pjpiter:, under.the trying circumstances of the, sale bill interest in that establishment.. 'For this channel of'communication to the fl'ecttbis purpose before 't the 'body ; :some ,In { \ l

J;1.uqaaniciu.: Jprotestagaanst the United any .r cent outrage" .CrescentCity. conji terms applicants are referred by communicalipn Ttle.editorial. of the public. of ,them or'' gradual 'encitionotherior .
1 mands journal; '
g States Mail Stounottiji" Company 'being held our earnest admiration and ,respect; t&'Mr. P, ':, i too, con ( summary work.. ;For the,.summary By '
Resolved,,Thi* .this : ; tribute their proportion :to enhance its '
assembly adjourns merit": i is
tttpousible U>e publication of tomeet 'F _
mode .
articles -. 'ulkner
any1 Vererd to learn that Mr.. :exerted himself and
ou ; Powers \i. ;
ii 4 ; Monday evening next on Lafayette Tlie onty-if not the first : '
|h..e..I-apcll of.the United States established agricultural : let. !
ri such Square, and that 4 committee of five be an. : conpeiieJ.lo: :Ji!solve. his, connection with to_ tlil3'Sf51! :>be introduced the ;"Gordian !
maittrv ,ar..'wholly beyond the journal in,tht,State need it be
i control of the naid company, U WIlt of 'the i>oiuted. to IfJake'.UTarigeanelits fur the samei] the paver on account,of'ill'health.. npoq'.tb'e patronage of.a peopl whose urged Xrtof_ ," faying in substance h'e. wished otrake'quic'k'vork'

f 1 I officer pf tb? bij/< connected tbei witb. occupation of it-.wished ; ;}
P t | The New-York! Herald f ft 'late The Nortli is ;falmosl solely no. tampering :
announce agricultnraij Even
f Tbsj>reAs t f.tbe ,United States gicknow- thatra ,the be went in for radical abolition but
Plate* romor. revaired ,
with J less the '
i extenjively in death'of Hon :merit than publicatYoi <
ledges direct.CftOBorship from Wm.JHenryHaywodJjr. a 'possessps c ,
any quarter that city ri'SatutJay ingtit that naval vuGoauusKzeoysr: said '
orders ewer be. Is
1" ;, vbaUoertrraM4*:an werabl.: onJylo! the1aW'Dft5PQseThittel. bad he.n recededthat.day, fromheGorern.meni.at" | Distinguished'citizen of.thai Stal,1od. for* !riiidsTishould i. yield!to a.beartytencowa '-, Faulkner hetterthanGooJae. -. dl

r tl ,' ao Americaacitiien and. I protest gaiiit' ,Washnglon':prJering jlie Miawp.pittevntr 1 merly U.'S* Senator' ... ement,of. the ,undertaking ;,aod pnbi.h .- ._ 0 no
aa officer .
this y ; |

)I J .hip.)icg ;lfif'.poosibJe.lfor treated |with such pjbiicauojagfnibeiBg toetnaad Jo procee4 ijuneu'ae!nm'4iatey'vanaaqd :; exp auationanJ ;o Ha. The brig: Borneo,-:which- (we;'mentoiedasbngstranded'o&rthq : : peJ. "nu.iJ,(, bere"ok"is. t3&,af" *tbelowpnce areg"ib&aaexeajsij; bJ(; i .Anecdoto. of Pierce., 'tb'

; personal. .li ii.ti ?
respect;,Sucb coodua it MO worthy, of.a rep.tonfront city for ib'eir the t cenL.cducttoinnls'S wnikhr I aiLioritWe'ftbat : iSt JahaA : ,South breakers, .of' the for the. .least J 'wvejliu g; ,Ey ;. .itiO The Hirtforf (lCohn/ naoon'thst .' _s.infe) week since; in4 which -wa.4foJdjvjr'lhe neat
. professes, Jiara utaioed' e the steam t\\yCrtcenitCiiy\\' [ ai l.llie btrque tag'h\,19. ,subactihe, t.to."the Tropical Plant; the j ,,relates tbe.i following .

I blFbesL4eEce I /.ei'n;%04. .!0 ttia;'or; r case jaf;A'reuin'C! ZuabijethectiFeqtiPncRt bene'fitof'theliftiefwrjtei'i was sliuatt rftbe'.ma11'&I'1 r,'ougrit flcak, it; a.nong the:iPe"rcy'AnecJotes:" ", /
protest* ain st the of this J}wb"Ued !
dori-adniM'oa 1I XH.k.BpBi:
f1. :
of '
\ t6.sp1ace '
.f-'A -
near1y4q | ,the { r. ht toeucTq letter r'l
fjyflt f 'y : rfiV "
-1 PIp!pt the harbor of Harana . deep jo jury.to ibeUqitfd( States,Jail Stea.nAnj. .' kn --I se'1 If 'iaroisdia:&& "Atiea.1. te aUi ove$1OQ3-, I; ; urct4se. iiic1u : r4ieba'iren1ati"! ; 'hiii i *hej'hborsj :' f in this! :ertyi'contains'the following-anrcdote: 1s,, :; :

sbipC pany; ;wPo, ..' dusaMedUj ( ding. spire! M8! !/&e.of.th ,veesJ.! ofP ice'c. ii
thereby dH1. -Jt.H the ; j) ist as ri.,earneot toTihe"editor 1 that hi?ti l borst *
p { Y&I qD. '
A Frank
IrD Ji C4rt. portion'of the Pierce at Jb aie
P11i'tlllwitbJ .iteo/urat' gdao' b rcl '\ver 1amsige4 ba1i
; :to the 4 drieftnUen
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Oorer.'f4Ibe. Uq.it 4CN1ay tita:,&Da ,'htch: the t' 4"W; .el< 'ttbe.molltb le' \ 'IHho i. bsf oIMT'amwaa r ; itfliti.: r Arei'5. "C.G4nc. *, Osa.!! ; i wheat, in:,BrurtswcckCollet*, ('prganiieil ,a i ,, / '
'M already ecct ed terlmi ; P :t military corpsamortscAhfliUidenpso Ie""/
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;'au ( L1.h4.tI ibe,bjaisis G Jr.. JI4t'ifjar &! elegTaphic0dMpatchestb1JRaTtnaah was captainT Tbe' first' tntimatibn wbic dill
cr p I tj"", :.il.hjfi irsven.ui of, tri' Ur;SAIW c .11 cuuas. 1rjcted Irol the:"veBiel,fcy the efforts'aua 4 pounCo' :that 'Hon Da.njet'SWff j the/acuity bad of the existance the'corps '

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oV$-verY, I few minute* at tb newftahii.aJthew he1 We are unable to say who is the attthorof PROCLAifAfJONPORXDAYOFTUANKSGIVINO ;th.-. Essiera- VeuI'C aaay:,', NEWiVbRKBUFFINGION '

$ ii 1j&k.&fl4 tb caste: the annexed lines. They arc: foil >ofeelifig ANDPRAISE. : CHCEiI -

tbech&in hnzee without delay f >nd redolent of pbesy, Jf they: re --"
.fhSioned roond tackling was otr" fleeted the feeling usually-cfierisbed brtiff-- BT: THo5t4IBZOW1I. E n -

beuer IQ bot weather, though s pring for parents they would be still] ] more ,,GoTernor, of said State. llenWilliam II -'

., ner1 dId nfIt?;t quite jp benumbed i nteresting.. There is a period in life 'whenFouth WREREASit baa. become' a custom in 1p BrockanbrohArtlmnr.BrOekenbrougm- deceased I3vockeabrcugb, j.ucy; .s:'r.

nd1ing- But even then U.waa a hard y Indulges in the fullness of filial afitc- y in this State to observe annually a day Thmu ..firoM L3ruck. vewlorl CIrafl&R5U'rJ1u&of Jsekso.vil!. '

lunation; for the worms and barnacles I l ion ; but it boon passes away; and be who of General-Thartlcsgivingj and Praise, for' eabromigh Hawkins,:, George* will :Rawkini, and Mary It. b y the new and fiUV eaWing,sad tchoonera-i Falatks composed ROL O : .

Tkilropicand other warmlatitodea would h las' toiled and tugged year'after year, to the many blessings and favors vouchsafed broagh amid lobe ':rhoinss Bnockebronghi. Brucsss. ''meph Ort,,270 towC A.Itt RS1Cj'r'!

keolooies on the hemp cable; and ii was e sdncate and establish bis offspring in lifeis by ALMIGHTY GOO daring the past year; children of Jobs W. deecase lnant J*v! y Oak, I6ltons! ,/S.ROGER Curn'v .L will be LM throughout the Stats of fort' .

rt Sanity privilege to give it a cfub- t orgotten. It was even then when he had and, whereajs nearly all the States of the Lucy Maxwell B.M"xweiyJHiabetli. WaxwelU, ti. W nanJbteeabCportj.AgentInewTork cetera Toeday ef PreJdent, Aovtmbef and Vie*-,_Prefidenl ef f-**& #,.* '

by jct dropping another anchor under J ust escaped from parental tutelage. And Union nave adopted this Christian and mon and edmx.of,,Wifflam>H.jCb Saw pliaSluis, wilow United State*., Number t*be ffboeta lr* .v "I1 ? >:.1 "
be'i fl the okt one. Jack' thus it ever will be. We forget fathers and"have to deceased, Mar JOsiPli dR1CWater Don*at the in Mti '
'In our ; pious custom, agree set apart tha Muon tims. *r-dt Mother inliii 'child of ,.$ tbia :. ;
I obliged him to make an addition to and our children will soon forget us. We tbe last Thursday jti November as! an Annual WilUam W- Sims, whose name unknown to Agents' in Jacksonville *j -l yfAagn.tA.Dni8SS.-s _
W **
nhln precept of the Decalogue,, that tloI1a would not alter things if we coull ; if we Festival, to observed by all the good .complainant., "- \. _,AgentlnPalatka- 5E.\CA, .. .OVA. *- .- By- the Goternor'ThOSBROWNOw-..Attest 'C.-,

read in this wise- 'Six days abaft would4 we could not. The world and humanity people of this Nation : It .pjiaringto tte .aUs&; on VthU nrt* i J ,R'WJKE.: VjAH ,. c wjowaAg. : --
work and do ill you are able, on the will ever be the same from age to Now, therefore, THOMAS BROWN, ..Governor by fendantV affidavitmade ArthnrS and, filed in this cans,that"del goods directed to their eare will beproaptfr -
and scrub the cable." age.-Prifii/ce. Brtukenbrongb and fo warded -, 21, 12 '
4otb heave up of the State of Fioruia, do according H. Broekenbrongb. and John W.Vrockenbrowjh .- / & .
Vihi* i is BOW done away with..b The poem thus highly eulogized by one l iy appoint and proclaian. THURSDAY,. the infant children o? John W. Brockenbrough? de September-h----, 1852__>,. 234f .- ; -- -SAALUELJJoyT.- : '

old times ships had no bulwarks forUof o f the finest poets and ablest critics e.f the 25tlj day. of November'next, as a day, of oeased, Margaret Chaplin Sims Martha Mason Charleston Lateof '54 .: :
Sims,and the other Iniait ehiki of aud Florida, Line. ( ths'PIrm.fasa'Ifl.7C,, r
the fore rigging. It all doTovite'lbe'pePple'ttt William W '
was from Public Praise and f :
open igeis; the |*en of our gilled friend and Thanksgiving ; Sim* deceased, reside out of the State of Flor ; .& --;. ; &- avaanah Chu,) .i -
9,why, Heaven only knows. Now the f el'ow-citizen, JuJ e HfSRr R. JACSSON. thIS, Slatei on that day ida, beyond jurisdiction of this Court,' but in The SPleflkI New Packet-ateumac- WOULD; announce to b1i'frIen4i toat be ,

rtrks are much higher than the tallest I.t was uiilten soaie ten } eass since, and ?usnend'iig their usual avoiations, to as- einbie the United States and that 'defendants,.,Lucy FLORIDA to Charleston, S. C, Nev -

ft he*;1< "id Hdtid all around, forming a cooiributeJ by thu author in the editor of in their respective places of public wor- t'I'rockenbrourb, Heorga 3. Hawkins and Mary :CHARLES, 49 East Bay, where be b prepared to do a Genral :
J breakwater. o f th's din pi; and, humbly acknortledirai' that io- I It. Hawkins Eh wife rsMe iu the Western Circuit WILLEY,;Coanijurottt, e CommLcMn BaJlneia, and >furnish, toerdef.at :
as a fiiendfyoffering hoi
paper ; for puhicalion in the State of tbat all times article .
and S
defendants: nsn thg airy fern the .North or South' -
aft n.w .ngnlarly.on ,,
hew feet we come to the I ia a magazine with which he was finite goo'3tieai'd mercy whicii bus crowned George L.BroekenbrouihEllen- 'At Brooken- BSjfc_&L Line between -4anlestou In* t bat rna, bo wanted, for the nina! commission,a* ,
faysand here is a wonderful Improve- t hen editorially connected. We- have since the cloai.ijr! year, cuia-at in behalf of ourteive brough, Lucy B. Mn-veiJ, Klisabeth V. Wax- the St.Joan's rIver and 'w ell as receive and tell the tame. -And I plo ge '

The old windlass was merely! a Urge r e-published it because we conceive it to be and Ibis wide Spread Republic a continuant well, v. Maxweil, nd'Sitton Maxwell, reside in i llL0'rung **ednl. baa boon adopted which mysolf that, all busIness entrusted te 'my care
f wood with lie, Middle Circuit of'the State of Florida sh hours of arrival s hall receive inch attention as will ensue msr.anltestatboa .
piece ) holes in It for oue of the most feet e of tbe same, ai.d the forgiveness of and departure
language "
pet poems in our It is therefore ordered, fhattsid defendant Y of t&eir will
residing arbouep1't good not doubting .
Fpike and a few iron panl It had g and we now insert it in the News far ALMIGHTY GOD for our many individual iu the State of Florida, and out of the L Tuesday, at 3 oVlock p:xl my acquaintance with'nortbsrn and onb- : ..-

.rerasre power except that derived from the purpose of correcting several typographical an3 iutioaai sms.In Eastern Circuit,vdo appeir and answer,the bill L eave Jacksonville Wednesday,at 3 o'clock p.jr. era markets will enable me to do at veil a*any* '- -- .- ,, t
trtn of the handspike At this miser.pachine errors which have.crept intJ'it teetioiony whereof, I have hereunto of complaint filed in the canse within two months Leave Picolata Wednesday, at o'clock p. K. a ndbettei.than mtaa.'tM .. :' I -
the sailors had In heave and on.i* set hands ami c.iused to be affix- from the date of the pntlioation of thi order, T" -- BKTTTUHISO, 'ALia,Dealer r M* *ma fc.Jtj VUVW9V ptster;Mu : 4f.
round my b I.Uust ,
never ceasing of newspaper publica- and that the defendant rtsiding beyond th'e limits **voPalatkaThursday,at 7 o'clock Vw. Cement, Lime,and Hair. 1 f.i
icuutij they were exhausted, and even l ion. The following is a correct version of [L S.'ed the great seal of the State of of the State of Florida,(bnt in the jurisdiction eave Picolata Thursday, at 10 o'clock A.K. And,Agent for sundry'Machine Msnamtoi1.ics: .

ifcey were frequently unable. to lift the the poem.-Savannah,Hews. i Florida,' ai the Capitoi, in TaUabaisee of the United States'do apwar and.answer the L eave Black* Creek Tburidy! at 1 o'clock P.M. north ;and couth, a*well asDsC..Henfaa's.. .,, -
or. The modern windlass> an in tru- thi* 18lh day of October, lame, withia four months;frOm" the date oftbepublication 'L. avi| Jackionville Friday at 3 o'clock A. M. F 1rsroof.Safes, Georgia and French Ban MB '
of grea$4>ower, with.brake* like those My Father. A-.D, 1852. x of.this,order,jor that-&ahl-bill-betaken The accommodations for passengers are nnsnrassed Stones i all of which will be furnished on short '
A*dIe tbi embers oo the- hearth for.onfeasedagalaMibeQ. by those of boat notice, and at manufacturer*'price*. '
uire{ by a few strokes of which 'THOMAS BROWN. V |r t any ever placed on the
engine cash
And o'iir the floor the ihaJowa foil, And it is farther:ordered that "pttbficatloa of StJohn's.Freight and passage -as low as by paI&at all times for VT Oree s1t.f '
io6t firmly imbedded anchor is lifted And creeps the chirping cricket forth Governor of Florida. b a order be made in come title paper, published any other line. ., \ i -* a ndOqlildeeDeerand., she.; klotthtitvtht-!' .

jit oozy ed. ,sa. And ticks the death watch iu the wall, By the Governor. Attest : I n Jarksonvills, ia Puval County, aforesaid,* once Any farther information can be obtained by ap- Cotton F era,1Jt Scad* and Florida '. ... .
|passing toward the stern or the ship, 1 see a-form In yonder chair C. W. DOWNING, a week for the space of four months. ,il lying to -either of tie undersigned agents.. fanned Leather, in the rough.&loo* Abo,,Soatham '"

jftf bin.', meets the eye. Formerly it That grows beneath the waning light i- Secretary of Slate. THOMAS DOUGLAS.Judge, fco/fce., J. W. CALDWLT.L, Charleston; t 0-Terms, cash invariably. Refers to'eftismfof ., .
are the wan, sad features-there OP % FiNNEGAN, Savannah '
fiiiwed directly over tbe main hatchway, The pallid brow ud lock! of wMte. County of Duval. cLk Jackiomsyile. geuerally sep 16-3ra 4' 4

jrfhjr it to r e lemoved! lefore the cargo L 1ST OF LETTERS remaJnbg in the Post I, Isidore V. Garnle, of the Circuit Court R. R. REID Palatka Jacksonville Female Institute. '
Now Mr Father! vhun tlej laid tl.ee down, Office at Jacksonville &ut Flonda f September 23 1852- '- .
.ibe jot at. iisiir-iu its chocks entemberSOth or said County, do hereby certify, that the fore 4 tf'M .
\\tffm vi vasre end to another, wel: housed And And left heaped the clay upon thy breast, 1352. g oing order is a true and correct copy of an orcr ISS P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW, '
tLto sleeping all alone A. Ortegas, Ignatius u now on file in my office. : FOR PHILADELPHIA.PHILADELPHIA ASSOCIATE PRINCIPALS. '- V
Tnegu't-yioo, is a d fiVieiil afairihiUil / Upoa thy oartuw touch of rest -
f In Witness, whereof 1 have hereunto
Appleby, Abram Ortegas obit FOURTH YEAR of this Inititutiom '
olleu know
timerf. Its! cot why I could not THE g -
more like a Keep- A P Marshall P. set my hand and affixed the Seal
The gres. commence on the 20th of September- .' ,
ippoii.ied kitciien than a soothing d"op5 retua<.d U> roll,. [L. s.] of said Court,'on this eleventh AMDSAVANNAH
galley. Many And oh! that ia Alibi-it ton, S >'oah Pride, John 2 L- i nst.; The elafje will be arranged *o a* to cm : ,
grief wild
,fe ga> of wind in whirb the Moc or"ecokeven uij"i seitliM uurlu&j uid deep Adams, Wm 2 PcpeJacah day' of Octob.r, in these degenerate tunes oa toe soul. 15. '' Padgett. ElishaBnrnham ISIDORE) GAhUE,. Steaui NaTigation Company. p) and thus progressively promote their intel- ,

could not boil water .Bat when I saw thy racial chair, I D Wm Prescott,Riley Clerk Circuit Conrt"Duval County. It cctnal improvement, and also insure to then '
in the -
) eiiough Ihine idle hat upon the wall, Bacus, Jim Price, A Joseph Oct. 14-4m The new and splendid side-wheel steam ship thorough instruction ia the various department -. ,... P
ipliey to mix **th the grog to tlrink to sweethearts andon Thjie eye had rested lust of all--- Bryan, henry H... F. CLAY BARRETT, C aptainJ.E Walton, has commenced her regu- Mathematical Instruction will be continued b/ ,, .

,/ SaturJay nights. When the fires The tree beneath whose frieudly shade Brewer, James Riley.JohnBinnger. C N iamlsslouvr tar taking Aeknowledg-r trips, and will leave Savannah on Wednesday, the former.Teaeber. ,. ,
toat oil a galley of a modern built Thy trembliug feet had waudered forth- Ferdinana Richards, H John met'*' of*"*need, tie 2d day of Jane, and every alternate Wedne-: The French and Drawing Department.will be- ,,
[ ship The very priata those feet had made Brady, PeUr Rowe, John A ind other v'Instruments* of.Writing, to be used in d ay thereafter- ay on the -16th and 30th June, under the direction .Prof. Des Kochers t
5e treatise she has taken a sudden Wheu Lest they feebly trod the earth ; C. Knlace, 8 V Martin the States of 1 4th and 2dth'July, lath and 23th August, and so Musical instruction will be given to the Pupil .- '
pay Davy Junes a visit in that on- Corbitt. Paniel, Capt Reyes,Claudius o n. of this Institution by any of the Professors of thatcieico ,; : t
cd locker of bis. And thought while countless ajas fled, Curry, Moses. Capt 2 Kawlins, Robert NEW TORE AND PENNSVLYANU. Cabin Passage to Philadelphia $25 : ia Jacksonville ; the Principals leaving it : ilI

the quanerdek a manifest Thy vac in t jcat would vac improve- Unworn thy hat-thy book unread Cherry, J James Rowe, William Florida. Oct.l4tfREIVIQVAL. Steerage, -. 9 f, -' .-'_;' I
in the alser.ce of those henU Effaced thy footsteps from the sand- Colrarey.Tbos S. This- ship has been bcilt -ith entire to TiRju,(PAYABLE r:A3VAXCK.)-For on*quarUr; ."v.; j
regard S
which were always found And widowed ia this cheerless world Certain Thus Mrs Stewart V/ James .
there s afety, eoJoft and dispatch, and offers new and eleven wecki -1 ; k' .
kare reco'ecton! of them gives us a 1 he heart that gave iu life to thee- Curtis, K Thomas Seay,B Lanro admirable facilities to on Torn like th vine whose teudrills curled Cooler,Gcoige Snmmerlin, John Arithmetic, 00
L fr $4 :
<*ib Fioniarch. The most eight or passage apply to ,
l important More closely roaud the falling tree.- Clay, G Win alter. H Joseph & BOVLTZR'would Inform their PADfiLFORD, FAY t CO., 3eograpby, Grammar,and History, 500
1 renerl in ih's part of tbs ship, how- Oh Fattier! thtn, for her and thee, Caldwell, A Robert Sweanngen, Henry MOODY and the public that they have Agents ia Savannah. Mathematics and the higher branches .,, .

,.,i tie steerfiig ajij.araiu.i ; and. very (i ashed madly fo tb the scalding tears; I). Smart, M Jos removed their Stock of Goods to the new building, HERON & MARTIN, of English Literature, r 600 ;"
jitae debt dur to irecli nics on shore And oft, aid lung, and bitterly, Darin,F Amanda.Miss Savin, F A, Capt July 8-tf Agents ia Philadelphia. The French Language, in classes, 600SOU -' ; I
jtinrenuou and petfection of the Tho<3 tears have giuhed in later yean. Dnbel, A James, Cspt Sawyer, Harriet, Mis One Door East of the More of Airibler- & Drawing and Puiaiing, do. .. g : -- i;
new For as the world grows cold around, Dough,T Walter Simous, P A Hopg, 1IOUS2 'Music, trom f 10 to f5 for 24 leaso'na. ': '
it It is no* easy ut-ik to teer the And things take on their real hue, E. Ranches,John here An adiltiuao charge of M cecu for reel,will -,
!"p, even by o.e man, and w th ac- 'Tis sad to learn that lure is found Easton, I) tt Sikes.AHcnry 2 w they are now assortment opening a of large' and elegant c JACKSONVILLE. EAST FUORiDA. aU> bnnod to eash patron for ess quarter, dur- ., p

!_jjbutjn; old tiroes it look two Alone, abJTo the stars, with you Eccles, Nancy, Misa Stone,Thomas "jgthewiiier.. .
Litui KuJJIng, to keep: the ship within F. Stacy, Thomas NEW GOODS, THE PROPRIETOR of this wen known I Jackso.iriie.. September 1st. 1352. Ya : .

of three four Arrivals at the llitffiiigton Honce. Floyd, John Sheppard, Mile C selected to suit the is pleated to announce to bU old I .
'arefully market
iimage or points) of her Floyd, Davis Spier, WmFlyon ,and comprising j jatronu, and those visiting the "Sunny South' Brandy %Viiie &c. -
Ue The rudder is now fastened to the S. BrFrmarox, PROPRIETOK. W Michael jgg Stevens, 11 Thomas l or health or pleasure, that O LD <)tatd. Duaay & Jo* best T 3ANDY. 4 1 ic

Ippost with great strength awl reatneKs., Oct. 2Cth.-J a Saulter; Mineral Spring; J F lemming,Peter T A COMPLETE STOCK OFFancv lia House has SHKKK i WiN'E-a very superior avtiol,. p-.. 1
1 auot in posibility "Mtom, Fla.W T Parks N Y; tl H Baker, do. Fftlany, Peter Thiers.O. Benjamin aml Family Groceries unJergone a thorough renovation MADEIRA da- do. d>. '? '
any get unsbipped J P Monks Boston ; OLD POUT JUIGE..PR5MD *
; II G Taut, Georgia: Thoin- G. Tailor, C. John ,
ienL In short, every thing is greatly i s Taut,do.; J T Kroner, Savannah;A H Sloaf; Grothe, Wm Townsend, Ellis Provision. Corn, Hay, and Flour; and baa boon well fitted up to suit the most fastiua HOLL- : -
[BKtd.In lali dy and child. iV Y; H K Saddler, Fla. C 11 Sal- H. Tracy,A Jacob Fancy and Staple Dry Goodaj 4 baring most of his .tt>omiFORMSOSU Tim abave iiro .: ; f t S ct tS. ,'
Id ns cast our eyes aloft. Those f, do.; Gee liryan, do ; J Stoat, do.: C W Wiliamt HodgdeH, B A, Capt W. Clotliing, B'KiUi, and Shoes; IVITHNtHV FURNITURE ncnses ia K* ; : uck,au.i' .
uses first n'.tract curaUe.ition. flow li do ; Maj G C Ciibbs, do ; J C Jones, Mbs; Hill., G, John Williams, F R Mess Hats HiiJ Caps; NTIJW. jely 22 ?o 2" .
Oil Gco W Cill, Fla : A Vanght, S C; G tt J. & Co -
Sadler gur '
.jthe lower yard* bwing upon them, reF backs,Fla.; T C Acdrewi, Jaciceonviue.MARINC Jones, John Whirple! W, Capt 2 }; > The Proprietor hi*also secured the services of- y OQl's ,tr.e r'*' .
00 iverbauliug for suys as did the J ones, L Kancy, Miss Williams, S J K Furniture;. -. '. \ \ a .lady of long standing and repntatioa as e IotieKeepei be3t Vth1e Lc-i, sisd ',- I
?;, creaking rope 11HI5. Chain has lVTCI.I! t his house one of the beat in Florid ;
jiia Ae p'aoe' of for ties Kersb, Joseph Weeks. PJKeany Hardware and Cutlery; hopes '.%'ime-thr b'ai artl'for iibil- '
rope top. PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. tMiehael Wood, Luke Huhlow IVate by keeping a gooJ'hoase, and giving his peraouulatteutiou I 1 -
InJtor-galiant &ijeetai. and iron rods lor L. Weed Jonas ;,' Lu' biuine&t, to meat and receive the, IIy&alDwsp-i4ispeo1snOwfnUe
hettslrnuJs. What tviiu the large use Arrlred. Louther, Estor, Mrs White,-T John 2 Wooden \Vare' p tatronage of the public. Chrf.iai Vellow! ; CcrutuoGieea; HrownV, -,
Oct. 2?. Sch. Tin Wart- > ., ,He respectfully sol-tits! call from his Cliat&rkg Tissaa, Aiiosire PUa'r; 4 4
ua where rope was formerly uted, and Jersey Oak, Rogers. Ph3 L ang. CUar'ey Wilson, 3ohn 2 ; friead I Witii '2iany other artiUeft.-iiAkiig.my ., : .
23! Sh AemicL and Travellers generally. -
: Signl, Coston.i. M. Walls, M S, Capt Cordage J '' ''
kip'tiT in which ; Stwk -
manner sore riggers 25. Erig Plube A. Page. Litckin, N. Y. M shelJohnWhite, Ben 1-*' A >.'ge aua extensive Livery.Stable is attached co.-aplet ;
All of whka the bwwft'
aetrvoik liicrr is much Siationery; -, to the Ilooto.Thi an offered at '-
very less work 27. Sea. Cicero, Speed, Charleston. M ier,Aiitbany Wait, 3. J.iller. -
Diujrs aid Medicines Western rates,Foa CaB. .
lone on tie nggi>ig while at sa than 5- ---- --- :T:: ----I M M. James Williams, Enoch ; Stage leaves tbe House soon aftert'3 'JNO.' M. PAYNE 1- ''

t'A A ship is ais hanJI J eas>er in For Sale. McLaren, Colin 2 '%TilliT.O Dontha.Mrs Paioi? and Oil; arrival of the boat.rSAMUEL Jackson viUeAug.. 13-tf .
R H L J &c. &c. BOFFINGTOX.PfiOPRIETOR.. DraggW.i r
W F Liqnois
wptncf, rs every sailor wjl knows. be sold at public unation ou Saturday Miier. Capt Wiggins. '
If canons to observe the difleience in WILL November J3th, at ten o'clock, McHrady, Wm AressrsWoodhulll Theodore Which they offer CHEAP son CASH. Being convinced 'I'ooacco, Ciara &, Snu .
t whole of the that the only way for a merchant to sell Sepftmber 231352.XNews cojy 6m) .. '
linagemcut of matters on the day of le elegant and complete Household Norton Louis, Capt Capt 4Th above articles,of the very finest quality,
rif otv as com pared with oUen F urniture belonging to Capt. K. ii.Lee, pertly O.Overstreet Goods cheap u to adopt the cash 2'umftng they Cow iliilea, Deer, Sheep, Oiter, .JL on baud and for sale low for cash, by ,
t.mea fo new and nade to order. Comprising will hereafter sell for CASH ONLY. that aud Coon Skins July 22 :JOHS M. PAYNE._ -
Etheve&el l hauled into "sireain," and ET an examination of our merchandize and uriuos : -
pitd there, to remain a day or two. to Drawing lloom setts. Persons applying for letters in the above list rill convince our customers that the cash eyst B RES-WAX, WooL TaUuT, &a., and all CLINCE HOUSE.TUK *
all Dining tiftom do. will say they art advertised, or they may not, i s more for their beac'ut than our.own. we rvile Country IVodnce of this kind purchased, .- 9
'ttftrrihing was right, and thai Bed Koora Furniture. th em. MARK BU'j.1 o, Jr. M. t hem to call on n*. f 3r'ch! the UIgtest: market cash prices will be I' SUBSCRIBER, ,
fcf was forgotten ; as well as -to Kitchen Furniture.Coaking Oct.7-3t MOODY & BOUuTER. paid, or leather given in exchange, by,, opened J
'having' recently
: crew sober. When the apam: foaudvftmg Stove, quite new. October 14th, 1852. Sm JOHN V. BAIJM, the.aooveIonse would .
Ilatcd Lamps, Silver Candlestick Linen. Kr right,, the crew tolerably sober Library of choice selected Books. Sheriff Sale. No. 236, King Street' Chaileston, S. C. licit the patronage of the public There f '$ 4

( iie wind fair aid< the weather s-ti'cd' lie Ladies and Gent.Saddles and Bridles, tio.Cau New Fall Goods lost'Received.'H eet23. aro at this time some five to six room unoccupied, -f.
a Y VIRTUE cf a Ju'graei-t and decree of the I., several of the same with fire places. The UOUMis
hose his forelopsails as a rigual o be seen t-vo days previous to the Sale, in B Circuit Court of the Cistern Circuit of the :Tna StlBSCrUiiKH; 1* now opening within one hundred and fifty yard of the Post s '

c'that' he was ready to go 10 $ea. t ie afternoon, from 3 to 5, and catalogues had. State of Florida for the County of Dnval, for. IIH Subscriber would beg leave to inform I -General Paints assortment' of Dry.. Good*, Groceries Jfike and wharves. The undersigned 1* Agent '

hftlpon a staunch, broa'd beam, weatlitr- The above article are superior to any thing of the foreclosure! of a mortgage and an execution 'JL the public that be has just received a very bo, Drngv in, Oils, io.- among which I f or Gen Scott' four horse Coach and two hortlackMsillines .
t lie kind ever offered in this market. ..f the therein may part '
p'lot' would for the sale mortgaged; property ,both leaving for Ocala semi-week '
wine on board and take JNO. W. PRIGS Anit. mentioned and described, duly issued and to medelif I Large ana Splendid Assortment of Dry Oiuaburgs,Calicoes, &o. l[ For further particulars apply at the office* of -' .
Jacksonville, Oct. ZL &>2. tds. ered, 1 have levied upon and will expose for Good, Blankets, >egro Cloths, the y. Jacksonville Republican and News.J&MESB.ASKEW. ''".. I
s the pilots of the before the door of the Gingham and Minibus, ,
way tale at -
present day row LANDING from schooner Plube A. public outcry v Ready made Clothing; Flanuels fciieetin and : -
I 'ery different, order of men fiom Page, and for sale low Court Houe in Jacksonville,on Monday the sixth Hat and Caps, Boot and Shoes: Linens; fsatiuets, &o., Palatka Jannary 8.1853. IL' $4
I'M tbirty day of December next t All that piece or parcel A rich assortment of .Mouslia de Lain,American _
years ago. We were riot Flour, in bvreli and half do. Cambrics,Jackouets, Swiss and dotted -
Laval between Aleuts Wanted .
of land, situate in county, lying English sad French both plain and ,
Rams.MCIP Pork, Cod Fish;Irish Muslin
IJ particularly struck with this at ,' -
tbe forks of Black Creek, ia Section Thirteen, figured; TO SELL TBS -
LltL Potatoes, Onioat Lard, Puwder, [lay. Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, to. -- 1: -
Thirty years agu the pilots ofPvere Oct. 2i A3. LIVrjNa:3TON: ,Ag't. Township Five RangeTwentyfour, South and Ginghams,Calicoes, flg'd and plain Alpaccas;; 11FB0F,40 --
all square-hmU, heavy men ; East, being all of lot number two, a'nd part of Mohair Lustrei,"Persian Cloths Ready-mad* Clotting, '
lot number three in sad Section, and bounded We are also receiving general assortment- f 500 pscgsl2Mo -: -'t SV'
47ujug of the orthodox stamii, and To the ladles.fftHR on English Merinoei, Paramatta Cloths; .4
lit the Nor h by the highway and the section line J'ombiitines, Brocade Silks Groceries, *ach as-' HANDSOMELY : .
( 'ibpn* hanging astern thereof ; with r attention of Ladies u respectfully coliciI. between Sections twelve and thirteen, An ihe Paln Chaaseleoa.jlksL-. ; Flour, Pork;'Cheese/ / : : ILLUSTRATED WITH EHOJ11V1NG3, '

I'tlowing trowers (not j antalo('iis) of U-J to my clock of Fauoy cftaiiuncrwhich Cast and South by'Black Creek (South Prong)h Wide black ''do. U"." Tobacco,'Coffee few bagiofI Java' , BY,EDWARD DMANSFIELD"E.*i _
iflU duffiU and round jacket oflb' iiTel embrace* a great variety of basutiful tote paper, and on the Went oy lan.1 belonging to Richard Florence. .. id* "*' -. > Sugar Loaf and Brown '. -' Ma y yean Editor eftk* jncfmati ., t -
material.. Sailors were plain I acu emb !n they
tveiy Lrr; fine stotI | very shortly
Mfiiem. They Iw.ked as .they couli I a luortment of visiting cardi, &3. Call and ex yinegar, Cider, and White Wine. THE ,
tioi; number onHeen in Township number Five, wooly 1 : an 'Edition of the 'above valuable -
,walk 'oo the lauU ; a id it may as a mine if you wish soaiethin JOHNM.? nice. aud fiance number Twenty-four.South and East, Shawls, plain, printed, and embroidered;. In Paints,&9.i' work, and will furnish those who wish-to become _ _
D confrfK-d that they were noKpaiticifiedin PAYNE containing ou<9 hundred andfcrenty arras andaixty Lick slk ManJUos; .White Lead, Lamp and Linseed Oil. Agents to drculata the same,oa the most reason.
|*[( this rrsj.ec eopeclally after oct 21 Drnggfst.TO hunjretha of au acre, 5&Ld'1.$11415 Heing the Smortgtged Fereiau do ;4 Also, Load, shot.'and,Powder. able terms. For father particulars and all neoe*. ;

&eo( the hip quietly at her anchor- TUB (IcNrr4flisi by Benjamin Frisbee to'Iaac J Moses, black and ool'd English Silk Hose:" ,-Also., Stationery,Cap and Letter paper, rary information, applicants.wIllptesso: ; ldre**
.*i4 oa the nineteenth clay of April, A. P. 1849. and Do' do Gloves and Lace Mils; -, Fancy Soap of all kinds, their letters to the subscriber., .
4 found
(their stomach by sundry huge/ turn- *-I have just received iO.OlX Havana and levied upon, and will'be sold to'satisfy* sib Rich deep Trimmiogi,Braids, Lack Gimp*, 'Cologne, and other extracts, '1W York Street; New Haven, (Xseptl6U -- _
drum and-we beg their pardon heroot*. (genuine, and no mistake.) which are Judgment, teee.sad Execution,in favor of said Cords, and Fringes1 "TV And a General Assortment. Fancy. : .' ..' M \ i_ --' +' -
"tgoing to slander then I offered at lower price than you can imagine ; call I Jacob J. Moses, Also at the same time and place I, Black Lace Trimmings,very'wIde; P 'Gtod& I "1 I
; by suggesting will Foreato low terms by ,, N tjce. ;- v' ____
soon or yon regret it. will be sold by virtue of a.Judgment1 and Decree A beautiful lot of Lmbroiderios; on ? 9
lDn of a trifle of water. JOHN M. PAYNE: of tbe Circuit Court of Dnval county,for the foreclosure h'eedle-worked Collars p'3.. LWIfiGSTONAent, SIX MONTHS after .data t will prasen 7 ,, : L 4
kul1> Line one of the must picturemjne"the of a Mortgaged I' Property therein mentioned Do Cuff-bands, Chlmlsettes, t 'At Fmnegan's old'Stand, Jacksonville, Fla. : and Vouchers, as Admisustrasor .
voyager to England was the: 0. W. Vanhan & Go's. Surgical and described, duly issued and decreed -Undersleeves,and L.U. lidkfi &pt. 2.3-If -" (News copy.) the estate of-CALVIN' READ' ,deceased t..th j jf '' : ,
.ot Probate of Duval County,,. tat. .
t tb. 24th day of May 1352,and to me delivered, I Needle-worked Edging and JnserUngs; Hon. ,Judge : -
bearing duu n from out the, dense Bandages.I for Liuea 3 do do4 Watches 3ewpIry.OIocks1c. &c.I final settlement of said estate ; D.iscIIISQ apply foe ,-
levied and will sale at
have expose, ,
1dl7ing too under the lee cf the graterfending WOULD can the attention of Physician* tooy lie outcry-four upon negrost, via: Thread do *' do' ''** letterdismUsory 'C.'EMERY -. i4 '. '. _' ;

in their buoyant stock of' Surgical Bandages, coasirting about 23. German and 'id' -'
jolly-boat Moies, (black) male, aged *
?"1-ow fisHy oU% tars to guide the yea i n pan of Shoulder Braces, as*,sices,Abdominal Banuoa, .to1 do' do 40. Vnlencines do .. ,do 'XINa9' D. V AMV* Jacksbnvnie.Jnne Admr.17tb; 1852.6m.Estate of C.. Read." ( 1-ra : -,- a"
*. Supporters. Uterine do.'Abdominal Comprss..cr4. Worked *" returned from the Nortb.wouldjwJ.
-Tamerdo female da' SO. FlounclngiJ .
fcfely too did they Jo it: but jf all The above are from the eelcbraUi House of C. Kate, do .iggdo do 15. Embroidered Sklrts"i i; re' ctfolly inform the public that be has. '
iMLtul*laifi duty '!,py were ignorant ,ss .th t \V. Vanlian tt Co.,of Pailodclpbia, aud for qualty Clary, do do do '52. ,DoWindow flj.ap7&e.Avery brought out a splendid assortment of -Brought id Jail,, :
:. Ark them forbcwn and ui of material and workra-tasain, ate nnurpu. Said groen keins the'snme Mortgaged by V/H- raperlor ar.d rich style.of silk anj, GOLD'AKD SILVER WATCHES, Mays Negremaanamet4g4 : _

tier i; thai >s to tay a.y thing! be* s ed,equalled, by any made In the United Stat-OS.- liam Haddock to Horace O. Moss und Jianlcl C:. velvet fcoonet;. ? ,*. File Gold J e ietry f .vsry dwrlpU.R 5
ih ) r-re of rpinU aud touaceo and 1 have on ha-id a Urge and varied stock of Ambler,the Ud day of Mjxcb,*!*;?, and levied Do Straw Uoanets:' ; Gold and Silver Guard Fob,and Vest Chains\ j tr a, Gaabont w*** r twenty* '-year- '- of age dark :.oom. .-'
"Trnsees"sllot.w1ilesa-e otfered very low for npou and wil! ba so'd to satisfy sa'i Judgment, Uich Bonnet and Neck Ribbon*,very wIde,, GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES! ploxiorifive feet four inches Wgb says he hu.4 .
jilt i tiecessan of life. y% cash _Jo1uJ M.- iJecree.and Ezoeotinn, In favor of said floracoOr 'plain and flg'd;' SILVER WAREueh as Spoon*of all knd; been two weeks. : '
ots of the 'preheat day (thereat Oct 2.3 Drnit; Mos< and Daniel C.'Ambler. Boottees: iiuskinv>Sllp*,'Ti and Jenny Butter.Knives,'&c. Gold and Silver Pencils; ,, '. jV** *** ****** a ,..

- 'r[a sort of cross between the skip- VALUABLE HEAL' AND .PERSONAL ? VGEO.: .' Hi SMITH.Jacktonville .- LiuU 1 ooU;> *' GOLD PENS; .:. 'Jailor, Columbia county, East Fla.My20tf 2.i
a' Oct. 2), Io92. Sheriff, Gentlemen' very fine. Boots, Gaiters, and ; Shears &o. a f
vest>el anda )and man.I.okely PROPERTY FOR SALE. koe8'"a f- Knives,Razors, Scissor, splendid .
is'Fan, tombm, &0.;
i ofll ,
wear fore and-afl-juckett I THE Executors of the late Col. John II STRAYED OR STOLEN Ready toad Clothing, of every description -,4&lO; PEftFUMERY&C ; ,J'iotIc.t0 Debtor ansi Creditor 1

1 a dresecat, ai>d, pantajoon L, *: offer for sale, and are ready to and quality. -A LI PERSONS'who are ind b re not the grace to. wear a tar receive application forth* purchase of, all bis A LIGHT BAIT HOUSE, about fifteen Th Subsdriber would"ay that be ha engaged ,CIG4RC4SES, PO.RTMONAIES' ,tate of Donald C. Mnrdock; late of Colna--' '' im
In real and personal property, consisting of a quantity hands high, light hind feet,thin in flesh,and an accomplished Tailor to do custom work, which,, and many other artielesv too numerous 'to, mentioni I-- bin county, deceased are- required to'eOas'forward -"-" :2 ,
apptiiabce they.are below -of- Plantation Implement, Molds, Oxen had a tore oa his back caused by rubblug of the, will be with elegance and taste.-. { -ThepubllefcW Invited to e&n. and make immedUta payment to the umlerslgnsil -'' ".i' '
U cnn>|iared with the old race Corn FodJw, and about 221 Slaves,, ke all I saddler Whoever will return said horse, or gtv 0 Cloth done*,,Catfimeres, and Venting*, kept,16 sol! :\flr>wSaliM and J twelry repaired at short BOtioe. ; tand all peroa having demand against .. -

Tje'ski1fal, brave, enduring, anci which are on the plantation called Burlington information at the stable of the subscriber where' customers. ,' 'V .and warranted.v' aaid estate are hereby called upon talirettat thttt -
i U would be refreshing; how- Dnval county, Florida ._ The Klave* will be fold I -be can be fooud- ,'will be liberally rewarded. ,J'lanter who wish to furnish- their negroes willboeor E Jacksonville, Sept. 11.'1352. .,-, to the a&derslgnedfUalr-aatatpticatedtjrUboaVjr rdelay. ? f

1 tars, if they wore little more in a body or ia families ; and the land in various fAM'UC. BAR1GHT.quara :clothiag, can ba.iujplisd with, largo.qnaiitiHt'S : -' NoUce.Ei ; Iia
lorrig. tract and qnantitio to salt pnrch er -a :Two Hundred ana Twonty.fl: at very low prices.Tb .School- iodi.t- .
diagram of which exhibiting th localities : ,willUopea a Zn1n g .
may: : pullio ure solicited to call and examine Subauriber Wi' MoLRM'r:4c&r' -.
&;ad, th ,shjp of old times b* soon.*pOii application at th* idantation, to ; Dollars Reword.RANAWAY I Good and prlca* far them elve :' : lahoipi, oa the.flnst Moudajof,5Septeaet ._ :,;r.f.:5:74: : -
.. the ; Beojamin Wilson, fcUq., Agent, or to either of Gentlemen. : :,1iser4ttoney. ,
trl7AtaiMborj. suean a la] from tbe Subscriber, about '- .L, B.; AMFa1- :, ber neitfor s,
1 see thateverything was right I, the subscribers Among the,real estate slang S ,the I st of Jane last, a negro man named Iftf from-J40D4117 tO 'Widaesdav. Inclusive 'of each AffigatorCfelumla.co.Fja.! .. ; r .. s'i .
I iwerful si ain-tug fastens itself to and elegant dwelling buo are situated in thecity XtKDi between 'twenty-five and'thirty; :4 -: week. joupuopenLonibslfp1&7I0 lLo'ai1t I._. ,, : Argiut IPth/lSSZ. -
of. -t ,
$side, and at.! gun* t? sea fro-n lie r .Also,Augustine a team S aw Mill, fronting and Site, with publienoare.the bind built years,of of a ag-iboul'iiz bright feet color high has, rather down ,Asij&iiinteftiE ncoEe'mheiC *-. $ ( :: :rgaI, J ats'o1' 'Loa3J5&bCCil' Coirt, t.sa e' ,- ,
copper a eleien weeks for branchestriHho. -
,*[ike wtort, read/or apt/reauy.. I It Ings connected with it I'hU null i* (d-borae look when spoken to. ,No other mark recollected. Per Qnarterof' ,Uoal any Courses te CsiLurS7.- .-.--- .
? iioffHstf'andAIlhem % ,
IT '
**king too inuea lime.to wber tbFIISCH power eirealar, work two p.ngs'.t upright*a i and one ..' Said,boy i* a plausible f<4o)! w. .1,learn h* ; & ; ;::8jiteaT'Adopted doBaV>>idiniftn; Seientiaa Conne,twelve : 7 : -
l11ic3pj.! sdgsr saw. There i* ao better mill in ssysbeeaemnd will get .a man ,to tak* him.off, at IbinewGaOCEaY kitOVISlCSTOft :, ,

IPiki Florida t, either U i*i*a machinery nbitanUal or fram-work ;Attached 1 will par two hundred dollar reward for the apprehension of"the (Subscriber, in ths-&jcfj'i .ddUanS. Lights Md Fnel farafsbed by tbe PdACII5Ief 1l
and. eommoJiowwharf. -
of any white man with proof mfioien Jscksouillli .
.Booksfc3.extra _
rr 1 ,.
wbx> hs bets so aLwrrid of which, any teNet that,canpmtbefit.Jefca' to convict Mm of tampering "with: I-he-boy, amtwentyfive Jut melved jind opened af f ire Opportanitiei''for the'formation of, and *ze?*rC -. -- -- --
river bar .
Ht ,
lie and load : ,
may dollar for the dullverj of said boy toma will h e'aiTord sndJclmiihaeii.f ,
otan Stock of Oood,selected aVebangoclewiit
suidbanged &aceJtidr sILstorne4 H b situated at the month of Dbotor** Lakeoa font miles south of (.roovrsyileor! to son issafjaiIsotbaI % _' ( ,' -
up in Durango, wberfcas the t. John'*river,opposite to Mandarin, about ( tiosi gat.him.1,1 will alwipy; exptv reference to the demand of thitfitarket.i rjEpaI- oiraackonvnie'aie sidi'malefh' _'I byssIthieee tdatheasoe ,
1 uke
b, been 14 nile above Jacksonville,aad 23 mU* below all that m arise In pleasurt ja'Inmingtbs&thecefthj'' -. aaae4 L4cr psiJdbeit .
bnderroinjt expeneei ;
.tt pro- proper y oonvennj pUe & gitats 'Autmst $11-ti
| .. t,
Prisonmegt. Pioolata AlsrgebodyOfpRs.4bnbsrs4ujt ts tb.Vy toUOiorto'iny pent3esPeysoas bai ,' Ic._. _-.
He has addressed a ready for sal*, at,remarkably low rate forpABrlonlyl'An -y --
from which saw kg be ',
wrnof of that State; foirbjcbkunJred near which y wai, parcbaed-by.'the proprietor
to The Mill I new and ha oulr elms wiihwnichv; f Store: hkpplled4i deems 4 !ndg'of. k'rbi.tSOf ColnmbU County Tor'1ettet isg4rad that
epuip a or two o porpoM. la : :
i'affic it I iI Admiiiiu/ationoa ettatfl
to that
anndeeitary say nav* every <| -
who sri now seUcd] ottit i operation .fir* aotij.b-.wM stopped u> oonse. f Co sed. .4 Lat .dot4cav sit.aik-; & .
Is1 : : ( avs"47g9ls'disired'1n the wayIIl.TIf Crew lita af.C umW!* atydo J -
't1tXund with (wenee ot tbe death of tb*proprietor,and lana t __ $$t Xaot f rPKfemr rlLiiEWrcAAt. -
d them; fight the t fa working order.; U *J U Men*and. inspected Elxft4r 4ate.-I wilLaoply t4 the : ___ ,_ takeo'K| s f s 1M ti R 0!>*'* ": 'enrffci .

ef; who hare recently ia, K7, Bonorabler Judge at Probate t of UtJnmbUcottaty -' IwlIap1vto L u5si I ABaltlsmX'p r'v 4t- i* -11/-0'! --t-.
iUIg enrmbuioutnigei 1$ .that ,for UftUH of a4mlnl tra k>&on lie estate :4ir btd bu f ; >v ;,' j -

age1' *' I"****** intervii-wl Eb of Us.rp' M/Nlkiif)! of lbs is Mfe 4EItY ; eoiroly, lor letters admtntttrauoa cm ncnjMoftWUJlaoi fr Ir', ,
fierto JiLPZ1 ,sM,1 sow : ; ; $ STEWAtT1; ,. 'JSiiUbv'laM' of eali wantTiitsMMed' mona 4
t rew* 2x in s.f Jo K)4I1 DrgandFsna'&O4f ;-at : J ,,* WILLIAM rt.puicii -
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JftckibNU1e, iCoiuitr.K. P., by I IGoM111Sj1EW .tt .* &* F Strest,2Yewjork. Three Stores and %bIz, 4 ,-
; ; S ntft M r1 c atJ -; contents dstroyedDee1' before/wads! I" *** ,. t- -
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; OREATCUREbR ar&ugemenZ
Tcmi*.-Threo UoUart.per TI of diferenttnakers ont1qes wf fta\v' his Frr .
annum, payable D 3 TULE S a asthiscuiqtt ELEVEJVSAFES consumedr w before wgross
upon ordering the Paper. r BYSPEPBIA! :- -. ?, wjth their content! "The Saft totde*y jo'ru'ny-orthe.and prosecution Executive of claim Departments.vlaims .. NflrL : bC
the -
eoiUsu Cor.defied flames anft -
iefore vtiaitor ;
SubscriptSonarlf the
not paW expiration L w without mark,,of fire upon them I ] arising from the Hevoratienaryy
of OR. J.sdIoUTON'S1 : & rf 'Mexican InvalidrR4vclationapayv ,
k the year, aw charged $. I : wan;
t i1B. ILERT'S.ETTEThIIZ onWidOw Pensionar Natal;oi
Advertisements will bib Inserted'al the I Wli1h iiy t0thYQbteftiads"
., N. T. bounty Land under .law, of Feb.Ui
: $ T FIRI IN FfETCHEa'AKDrEARI.ST8 ,or 'Scrip '
rtitcj; One Dollar lines for .' of Pay ad pbn1ts1wD menu;and Wfc-
tqdir* (twelve ) .. Naw Yoit4flcc. 205-1SSI. :l s47.or August 10, l&V Arrearages

IT the fiwt, a d Spjr )t j-Five; Ccnts'for.eTery anbsoqnnt ii T8TOt&I; S; _."Messrs: STM is/and"JMAfevw-' successors to C.- Mileage 'dne ntumlng' Volunteers ,Claims'' for '' T AttEfcnnHIS. riL

't in 4riim.v ;To yearly Advertisers. liberal ut RICH & Co.Ve l4Water&rMt,New YorL- Horses-lost' -otherj'opertydestreyed} "- $0Lt IflANC' '"
I Srfis.when the fire-was consuming; place -of p t: incurred by Volunteer* before being mas : W t.1-I 7- .
4. Jfecount will U'lnade.All transient AdvortisenKuU BrtinessNo.l216lPearl5treeVlwaa absenQnRensslaer.County t apA'received into; service ; ,Waggon-mM- Valuabla

e .. (ex'topt by persons haying a running account : testing a aewt cleaning.apparxatns ter and .team terz' claims? Marines'sailors, ,Ji from several B

whir tnvoScc) must be paid for previous to publi* in connection with my-Excelsior Thrasher Wilds'of Florida It 1* "lotLt,
and did not read the"account until I was fearful it M6.sting an-the''forms necessary for'a proper ',Vegetable; and designed xs*.'CThLS Iht !
i' I cation. was too late to save my books which were placed presentation--Of claims,' together with''Ibernles of the abore disease.: -The>l ventot-u4 p,, *

. ,Persons a ji$4ance'can govern their remit'tanee b'one of your safes, purchased fm.Mr. J/arvin and regulations governing the different Depart' ator- is? folly convinced that i.* U Ut uraliEj,'*'! '

,. for adrertlainjr ,by the following rates i' some years ato.; :ATy fears were pot aljayod when Bents; he is prepared to undertake all<*ums,oi Medicine.. Inact the test thbba.IlrlL'

( One square ? Croton 'Water/40 hour*. before 1 was enabled tocommence' ,fan Agency at this place. tablog'sucesiC with which U 1tim
:f : tot "i. i .' .' $lO 00 :TlIP TRVE' operations ; after which it required' 64 Particular attention given to the proper settle- h in saving thatit .1s' a POSt T1V.t.CU ,

Twoiqnaft foVjli'tnonths, .' -' f5 00 hours of.labor and application t raise the Salamander dent of Quartermasters'account .. .. -, ., 1 Iehas iLereorwoorne to th..td.. '4 -

t Legal and other Bu.'!ucu Cards, per an'. 10,00 DIGESTIVE H.UIP "Every tctotar knows its ralue from its ashy bed.j You may judge of my Charges moderate, and regulated the amount, place within thraeh; ,of all.kao\wing boAb:

e cbWix: 5- anxiety during this delay, and my agreeable surprise claimed, and the extent of services required-, ny.lufftr with this very unpleasant ia4 oflea'4f Wgerons
Notice ito and crcditorn, "T OK GASTRIC iv1cE: ;. vf upon'opening the safe in the presence of a All'communications, to Insane insertion,must Disease; particularly in thoSe other aafi.

&,t,p. App1toutor Icttf t uf a
.I Notice"*f Application for clismiss as Administrator Prepared front RESN'ET, or the fourth STOMACH ,# f_. saved and as legible as they were previous to iltt, purchasing"1 my.HlBdlsmili**4 e75vah. *'
: .. opTHE.: or, after directions 'of Baron LIE 131G, ? the fire.. ,.TLe intense heat to which the Safe was AND FORUIG17 particular and look-for my written oiVWarffc,' :
$10 00 the great Physiological Chemist,by J.:S. Houghton -, t -4 AT; 7 ;.Taluable work SZCESSTTT toJtTXttT subjected,can bo conjectured from the condition t he label.-, -

: For annbanccineut of candidates for office, 5 00 M. D., Philadelphia, Pa. EDUCATED MAX." iM of another safe, [not a'Salamander]'of which an &aENCY ,. I refer the 'pabKc below to a few eertifia,
yc No announcement will be made unless the same ,This is a truly wonderful remedy for Indigcs- iron skeleton frame only remained,and not a Vestige ,CITfOP 'lV'ASUIGTOj looted from among- many received from ret f cta .-

be with the amount charged. ian, Dyspepsia,Jaundice,Liver Complaint, Constipation Of a book: -They were 'cowpn4one---in the direction of AARON HAIGHT' ble citizens of Jacksonville '- 1'

.!: c; accompanied and Debility, curio'after Nature's ttame office,on the second floor,from which they JNPE1LLbe -of New,Yorkxand WOKTUINGTON -: EGBERTP. FOINS'Z
: Editorial f notices for private 'benefit will be own lucthod, by Naturo's own agent; the Gastric fell upon crates cf earthern ware io.the cellar,the .GARRETTSOlX SNETHEN of New .
' S. Planters should Hot without this vfe *
Juice.COllalf. safe tho talii.mand If their. ?
charged double the rate of a4certiing.p. ruined upon position Orleans and .Oounsellors. of the Supicme -
j3 of Pepsin infused in siitAWS Dictionary had been' reversed, not [even the skeleton Attorneys, able Medicine Every.family ought to kep. .
a teaspoonful ,
.'. : Religions,ObItuary, and Marriage notices,Trill The most ACCTOATB and t3onrtof the'-Unit d SWtes; onhand... .
water will dissolve Five pound of roast would have remained' Mj loss -over the Insurance ;
digest or "'
for the
of the Language. This establishment is farmed followingobjects yyule.
ciii; be published gratis.Communications. chief tn about two hours, out of the stomac is $1.900, yet the salvation of my books in .- J : : 1ttED.pnnc1pal- Agent5orJicbc."
must be post paid. -Pepsin is the great clement, or great Digestive y our' Salamander, with the representatives 1 J For: practicing law Jn the Supreme -.Court- of: -
of the Gastric Jmcethe Solvent athe.Jsaorf documents which could -
. principle, $100,000, important the United States -condactln professional, '
-- --- --- ,
the Purifying, Preterving, and Stimvlat'ing not be duplicated, has fully compensated me; TESTIMONIALS. %"
ST. JOHN'S SEMINARY OF LEARN business before
:: I Agent ofthej tpmach'' and Intestine 'It is' ;It will afford me great pleasure to'exhibit the Congress. -ll claims m

ING, MADISON, FLA.Thr extracted from tbeDigestive Stomach of the Ox, new safe purchased of you, and explain its merits, 2. For the prosecntionjuidrecOTerypf ** .jfjP
in law the United Staves
thus ARTIFICIAL DIOESTIVB Firm, Iitionary > office No.231 Pearl where IBhalf or equity, against CASES'cyREVjfi -
forming1 ; _.44ozs WILT. xtAM! Wore Aether at my present : street, *
'Bxrrcliri of thlt Institution 'wer precisely like the'natural Gagtrio Juice in its of the LanguageU1 off reg.tUrtd* remain until-the new building. No. 216 is Congress or tha. Department?, or'
.... : : against oreiGoverontbctore Il9ard. of > *
.I. gyc >AVrU l < VtiYtot cnemical powers, and furnishing a complete and erected. Yours reepeclfully, ;< t
under the anperiutendcuce of Dr. ISA At] AULL), perfect tubstitutefartt. By the aid of this preparation JOSKPH Gi GltBEET. Commissioners ,* ', Mr Foinsett, .- ,-, -
M.D. the pains and evils of Indigestion and -3 For the settlemenf'df CCO nt1'1tk ,the. Sia t Fthe 4 of.th..sleC,4 you- '
The Trustees take pleasure in The udersigein'rit&counti4[ merchants anT State, fre.aeuxyVarNavy,,Post p Bceri and ttfulIow.1 its,.Bad -7
. p great annonncfOjT Dyspepsia are removed,just as they would be by publish seven eases f Y
r d r to tte Patrons of the rftminury and the public a healthy Stomach. It is doing wonders for Dyspeptics LL. D. of Scotland author of others interested in.the preservation of their books Interior Departments, and, tainingr the remission Diarrhoea o JT my plantation this season; all Jr w

2 : I. ; r6n0j lljtieirentrc fldi3ice in Dr. Auld as a curing cases of debility, emaciation, nervous etc. from fire, [but particularly those having Rich'ssafes of fines,penalties, and forfeitures*for alleged which hat. bte*tmreabyibe use' of' yonr mod
iea the the TrujUes feel *Its U widely extended. .I.doubt New York, to see the Jntcrior of -.Mr. Gilbert's UWL .. JOHN
i'( enterprise, n& aasur- posed to be on the derge of the grate. The Scientific reputation 1 ours respectrtdly, PRICE,Jr..
nee thut) they trill succeed in building up a evidenced on which it is based is in the not this edition has received essential improve safe with'the books 'undist rlc which lie 'has I :1-1, For securing letters patent.for; Inventions -

.c1. Ckihool exactly) adopted to the wants of the com highest degree curious and remarkable. ments ;from the able hands it has passed kindly permitted to remain for' the satisfaction from the United States or moor foreign Governments STiLL'4NfllER.. -
munity. and gratidcationbf the public, and procuring land warrants and-pensions .
Their object It to establish, an a nermanent basil SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE. through. flg: Orders for Burplar Proof Vaultsanb. 1st, J352, '

; an institution iu which tb. inlnda ot thapupils I Baron LIEBEO, in his celebrated work on Animal Doors, promptly and faithfully executed $tates. -j Dear Sir-Some time since at member tf mil.

.tI shall be thoroughly edncntcd. Prompted by an Chemistry, says : An Artificial Digestive STEARNS &MARVIN, I ,5. For collections generaDyj embracing:debts, family was Very,ill, indeed, with t> Diarrhoea. )" *

. earnest desire to promote the welfare of the rising Fluid, analagous to the Gastric Juice may be SnccesBOrs to Rich & Co. legacies, and inheritances, in the. United States I resorted to several things; usually given for tbS *>

; generation, nod increase the profrt-rity of our readily prepared from the mucous membrane of 146 Water street, and corner' Avenue A and St. and foreign countrie. .. Disease, but none of them would afford nay rtlief. -' '' '
young and growing State, they rely with confidence the Stomach of the Ox, in which various articles Marks Place, New York;' 6. For the purchase and salo.of land*in any of Your. Indian Loxecnst was recommend*** ,,
s.ir' 'I BEST DEFiKUta DICTIONARY in the English Owners of the exclusive right of Rich's Patent the States or Territories of tbo.Unioff.'and loaning : by several : I made mind to ,
.. ;. rj njH>Q the support of a patriotic, generous, of food, as meat and Eggs, will be softened, persons up my try it.,
. ,V. and enlightened public to sustain them in the accomplish changed, and dented,just in the earns ,nanne Language." for the whole of the United States, and the onlymakers moneys on mortgage pf freaT estate J lying] and am( very gtadT did so, as one Bottle effect**' t'

I mcnt of so nob Jo a purpose.Experience' at they would be in the human ttomach." of Salamander safes combining both"patents therein T a- cure. : ion will please publish this-as rod* -
-dcmontitraicd beyond a doubt Dr. COMBE, in his valuable writings on the COmUi.ny) called Ricn's safes, or Witura"Salamander ; 7,'For investment'funds In" United States I a" valuable .Medicine ought to be- known to -

0 the necessity of increasing the rates of tuition Physiology of Digestion," observes that a Safes, with Rich'sImprovement..' I and State stocks and loans, collection of the dividends the public, ..Spread it fir and near in order that

?.. The exceedingly low rates of the past session have diminution of the due quantity of Gastric Juice Feb. 5, 1852.-3m. thereon, and,*generally for the transaction the afflicted may find. relief. Yours,&e., -

; : failed! to produce a sufficient fund to meet the cur is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dye ACCTUATB and SELIABLX ia giving a just __ of all business 'pertaining to- a' law-'loan; and I ELIJAH BUTCH.

rent expensesof the School. The Trustees have, pepsia,1' and ho states tnat "a distinguished pro exhibition of the Language." Union Agricultural 'Warehouse banking ajency. .. To-Dr E Poinsett. '
therefore determined to the All communications radjrcsscd, postpaid, to. i
. adopt following permanent tensor of medicine in London, who was severely
. '. rates, which they are satisfied cannot be I afflicted with this complaint.'finding everything AND Messrs Palmer &.Snethen- 'American and 'Foreign JACKSONVILLE,E. F., Angnst 15th,1351.,

: deemed exorbitant by any one who will give the else to fail, had recourse to the Gastrio Juice obtained SEED STORE Agency,.city of Washington, will receive I Dear,Sir t This will inform you that on.botti*- -
tnatt ra moment's reflection. from the stomachs of living ath.malswkiclproved Ko. 23,FL'LTON-STUEET, NKAV TORE. prompt and faithful attention. of your medicine, called INDUS Lozxccsr, has
; ; I17'L'.S' OF TUITION: completely tuceesffw." PALMER A StfETHEN, permanently cared two of my negroes of a sever*.
undersigned solicit the attention of all I Place
4 II Dr. GEAHAM, author of the famous works on THE Office No.5 Carroll Capitol lulL attack oMJj-sentery. I consider it an ezcelleat -
of for the Farm
)r-ATABLK W Implements
.u'v.c-rin. SESSION OT .
yS. lawtl.Bountv '
R I. Vegetable Diet," says: "It is a remarkable Plantation to their assortment, which includes medicine for this complaint; add take great pfea- -
fact in physiology, that the stoouiehs of animals, ., of the most, recent improvements in the -i -sure in recommending it to the public.
.'.. 41 For i peUirjr, Keajinsr. Writing, Primary Geoprnphy.noj macerated in water, impart to the fluid the prop THE MOST COMPLETE: ACCURATE many.leading articles in their line, all of which they Land General .Agency,I ..Respectfully yoon, iS.

.. I'l-imary Arithmetic, $S (X t erty of dissolving various articles of food and of AND RELIABLE DICTIONARY OF THE will sell at. prices to insure satisfaction to the D. FERNANDEZ. ,
I. For Geopr*phy. Arithmetic, English Gram WnshingtoftD.C.jOSEPlLT.
effecting kind .artificial diction ot them in LANGUAGE." To Mr.E. Poinsett.
mar. and AJoiiern Hutor.v, 12 00 t buyer-especially Railway Endless Chain Towers ; WA1.KEII.win 4
no wise different from the natural digestive give prompt -
I For Ancient History Ancient Geography, pro for one or two horses of the Wheeler patent, attention to the .BOUNT,Y "THERE IS NO F4IL. INIT."
fess. so otteu awarded the first premium at the Stab
I Cbemistrj. Natural Philosophy. Natural CO-Call on the Agent, and get a descriptive LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged --
# and County Fairs where have John's Beach Fla. Feb.
they been exhibit St. 5th1S5.
'irst Lesson -
History, in Geometry
circular, gratis, giving a large amount of scientifio in the Ir.oain.sVAu, or in either. thel5piA.xWAES ,
.. I. Anatomy, and Physiology, 20 00 evidence, similar to the ab tve, together with ed- Railway Iron Powers, warranted, Warren's rTrinthie's in which the U. States have"been engaged, Dear Sir-Ilaring used your most'Talnabb' -

: For higher branches Mathpmaticn.Logic, reports of remarkable cures,from all parts of the Power '1'lows Sweep ,Powers', Taplin's Circular or the War with. Great Britain of'ISJ2;-to I Medicine called Indian .Lexecnst with compfetr
Harrows Fan Mills
i Rhetoric, Moral and Intellot-tuat! Philoeo- United States. Straw Cutters claims on the U.States for Mltrf ASV SERVICES; success in my family, 1 feel it a da)j I owe to jor -
pev, Latin iwJd Greek Languages, 25 00 Portabla Burr Stone Mills, Wagons, Carts, : and the public to inform that myself and
fee ta.
; you
r"recchi4tr AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER.Dr. &c. &o. Field and Garden Seeds gjjrt'liAble
For ; 10 CO qua been of
of business children bare cured a Severe Diarrh .
description requiring aa Agent orAttoruey'at
_'.I Contingent cspvnacs, 00 50 Houghto. 's Pepsin has produced the modi jity, Fertiliser, Fruit and OnamentsI 'Trcee. any Waslkington. For rocuring Land L trilh it,when nothing else would give ns relief '

; % a There will Le a public examination at the close marvellous effects, in curing Diseases of Debility, Cur descriptive Catalogue, illustrated with 'cuts, Warrants, his eharge,will be *5:i In other:eases Publish this if yon please. Yours,respecttol :
) will bo two four Post ;
Con sent when Odes
Nervous Decline gratis to
Emaciation and
4' ? Dvspcptic .
I. of the i ioc-attendance on which will be obligr.tory the charge will be proportioned to the nature and .
#. sumption. It is impossible to give the details of Stamps are remitted, according to the distance.' -
all The To Dr Poinsett.
students unless written
of the
ujKm a request difficulty case -
of but And other members of the United States July 29 1852. 3m RALPh &
limits this advertisement QO.
in the ,
;: : to the contrary be received from their pa-. cases ; authenticated thirty He Will also act in connection twith Agents or
certificates have been of JACKSON TTT.T.K, May .th 1S5LJ
given more Senate. -
r nts or guardian. _. -.be .
;- Attorneys in Florida, who .may, employed in
;. :; Board can be obtained in private families at than two hundred remarkable cures, in Philadel Agency for Scott & Co's Bounty Land and other claims, on:terms which Jtcxsoun.LE J July SO, 183L
New York Boston alone., These
S phia, and were
from to ten dollars month. 11EVIEWS.
eight per bo agreed Letters [which ,should be"post
. ...1,' CHARLES RUSSELL nearly all desperate cases, and the cures were not has been authorized may will upon. Dear Sir: I have tried yonr very yaluabla .
undersigned duly ,by receive immediate attention.
THE cine for Diarrhoea and find it fir
b I only rapid and wonderful, but permanent.It by the b.stsi'safest
Secretary of the Board of Trustees. SCOTT, Esq., to receive orders and June 5. Jawtf.,
L, I Ang. J9-U is a great nervous antidote, and particularly President of the United States. receipt for subscriptions to the British Review cure for this dangerous-disease that I bar' -
.... useful for tendency to Bilious disorder, .Liver, of ever kmnrn or heard,of.. My little daughter,agtj i
', I Complaint, Fever and Ague, or badly treated consisting Notice./ about two years, had suffered long and was reduced
New Goods New Goods !IAt The London Review
*rt5 I MTIi II. IIMTI Fever and Ague, and the evil effects of Quinine, Quarterly TO THE OFFICERS 'AND SOLDIERS to almost a 'skeleton, and I tried part tfa

; Mercury, ana other Drugs upon the Digestive or Wholesale and Retail.3"* The Edinbur Review, OF THESE VERAJ 'W4R SINCE Bottle of your "INDIAN JLOXECUST a4' -

Classical and English Institute, gans, after a long sickness. Also, for excess in r TTJST RECEIVED, direct from New York a The North British Reyiele, THE REVOLUTION: it has acted like charm, the child i* now-I*.
eating, and the too free use of ardent spirits. It 9 Ttie Westminster Review proving and may be seen by thorn who do not Ws j
J3cgoxvpLE. l'LOIUDA.N.F.BRQWZ1VrLuclpal. Large Assortment of Fashionable Spring ff Y a recent Act of Congress, officers and solJD Leve.
reconciles Health with -. .
almost Intemperance. .
tt Dregs Goods, of French, British, and American AND dfors (who have not received), are entitled 1 Respectfully,

: ; DR. J. S. HOUGHTON'S Manufacture, comprising in part- Blackwoofs Edinburg Magazine. to BOUNTYLAND, for service of one month To E. Poinsett, Esq. A.'LCOL\Tr,.
French oil col d American minor children of those ,
q.t/; SUBI3CIUBER Ginghams, do. TERMS : or more; the widows, and
Jt. in having cetera!years French, EnelL-b, and American Prints, For one of the four 00 deceased, are al>Q entitled' The Subscriber I ST. NiCHOtA Fla-i, July 31,1351.
exncrwice any Reviews, $3 per r
teschmgrnasconcluded to ann I "
establush -
tt ln's School in this place, and: ctfnlly Furniture Chintz, Fig'd and Plain Lawns For any two, do. 5 00 "' undertake; at a moderate compensation, "the ,Dear Sir i This is tc cerUfy that'two Bo'tifc if'
resp and Muslins, claims of those interested- been
. invites For three Having employed your Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECCST
tLc do. 7
public to call and test its monte..o any 00
., It will be his cotsttnt effort to cultivate the Do. Jackonets, Plain and Fig'd- Swiss Mus- For all four of the Reviews, 8 00 in public office for several years, his experience has permanently cured two of our Negroes,ofaa ,
"a I line, For Blackwood's '* in such matters will enable him' to afford great:_ rera Diarrhoea. I take pleasure in
friendship end esteem of his pupils ; and to instil Magazine, 3 00 ft-eommendbi
4r those Cambrics and Jackonets,plain and checked,. For Blackwood and Reviews facilities to claimants for LAND AND PENSIONS valuable Medicine. being without :
': principles which! tend to develop the human three 9 00 your ;
--4 ? t intellect ana to rtirie the heart. Fig'd Beragcs', Silk Tissues, very rich patterns For Blaekwood and four Reviews, 10 00 and save them a great deal of trouble one of the best and safest remedies for thin di&a

: Without beir and expense. Where he obtains nothing, no that I have heard of or seen. Yours trulyW.O.McWTIHK"," .
in.theleast sectarian, the Insti FAYME-NT3.SO BE MADS. IJI ALL CASES IS ADTASOE .;
Jflde Black Silk Marsclines .
.;r; tote will be conducted very cheap, charge is made. All letters post-paid will receive -
on religions principles. -
1 and Florence Silks, of every color, CLUBBING prompt attention, and the necessary forms and I .To E, Pfcinsett, Esq. -
i.th 1 By a mst thorough system of reviews and examinations Crape Shawls, plain and embroidered, Fur copies of any or all of the above works instructions sent.

; .%. ; experience tins suggested, the Paris Kid Gloves, Black sad col'd Lace Mits r, will be sent to one address on payment of the reg- C. W. BENNETT,AttVWashington J.&ciwvzI.Lziuno 9th, IS5L

b. Principal,natters himself that Knowledge once Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves; flat subscription for three-the fourth copy bein D.-C ,Dear Sin I have
: ; s Great dc&&iiotbe lost., Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters, gratis. COLUMBUS IJRV,. October, 1830. ,tf, in;my family and hare found it a very vahualr
inducements are offered-in the way of Bronze-tipj Bootees Opera Gaiters," Florida Republican Office, -4 remedy for Diarrhoea. I, take .great pleasara it'
health and beauty of situation-to parents wishing Dealers in fine Single Tics, Buskins, Slippers, &c. April 8-tf -Jacksonville: : recommending it to the public.' ', ,
. U to send,their children from home, as no pains Is sold by nearly all the Drugs an d GOlt n.saiixjr & co., -
. .-:/ .. will be upared in providing tor their comfort and popular medicines throughout-the United St.ateia The most approved styles Spring Bonnets, LAND FOR- SALE AUCTIONEERING. 'AND >. COMMISSION r iRespeetfnlly, -,J.Egber' .TOWNSEND -
enjoyment.- It is prepared in powder and in fluid form, Do. a Silk Bonnets, richly FLORIDA. MERCHANTS. Poinsett, Esq.'JACKSOTTILLE. ,
:.. prescription for the use of trimmed and of the latest fashion, "| tfJQ Acre, situated on the head waters '
The phiaLs physicians.
be inflexible JACKSONVILLE FLA.
diacJpluw'.wQl mild ,
though ,
and persuasive. Private Circulars for the use of physicians ma;7 French Flowers, rich Bonnet Ribbons. Ea2FIoridz! of Halifax river, Orange county ; May 17,11. ',

The course of instruction includes all the branches 1 be obtained or Dr. Houghton or his Agents,>describing Gentlemen Wear 44 miles",south of St'l Augustine- entered into, Dear Sin This maycertify to yon that 1 1PAI

$ of a thorough fin.ahed English f Education I, the whole process of preparation, and gi- Boots,Gaiters, and Shoes, bounded on the North, by lands-of J'Balow, TIIESUBSCIUBERSJiva of co- negro girl suffering under a severe1 a&tsCkCfU.arni1oa'and '

_ and a fullprepanttton any-College class. ring the authorities upon which the claims of this] Ready made.Clothing,a splendid assortment', deceased,-and oil the south by land$ now or.lately the above business, ani.afe prepared carrying make on tha.t the" :use of one bottle',f J*
ENGLISH new remedy are basedAa it-is ro'ri. SECRET some very fine. the property,of, the Marquis de Fcrgeand- ,The preparation called Indian Loxeenst1? eff etoi r "- --
STUDIES. 4 sales either oa consignment or at auction of
*? 0 REiTEDY. no objection can be raised against it 5 Country merchants supplied Tor cash, on terms greater portion. of said lands are covered with i a .the firm being an'auctioneer. Both ottheflmn, (one cured her, and 1 would take thia method ahf*

Crtboraphy Reading; Penmanship; Pbono .- use by physicians in respectable standing and regular equal to New York prices. The country public) growth of Live Oak and Cedar, and. arewell are well with the'merchants) and I commending it as a very valuable'Medicia* '/ -

?ais, paphvrsnarGeegrahv; Ancient uid Mod I- practice. Price ONE DOLLAR.PER, are solicited to call and examine Goods and prices.. adapted to the cultivation of. Sugar Can and the tens of the acquantod interior, which gives them tha< advantage citi- Yours truly,. JOHN JHUaTLEK

era Iuitnry; 1hrtoric; flo&.Kerping; Composl I- BOTTLE.QfyOBSERVE. OtJ-At the Brick Cash Store. Upland portion to that'of Long Staple Cotton, of sales of Mr.- Egbert.Poinsett..*
making ready
tionandMusic DecarnMion; 13otny; the Bible; %'ocs I THIS.-Every bottlo. of the L.,., .B..AMERMAN. Lying oil a navigable stream for flat boats of which be"sent'to any goode or ,merchandize JACXSOSVTLLE e
,- may ,them.on consign Joly 26, is&\
,Drawing genuine PUPSINbezn the written signature o f feet draft of water, these lands ,axe conveniently ment. _
_ SCIENTIFIC COURSE. / will their Dear Sir: Sometime since'i I was attacked,wiki;
They gIve attention to
Philadelphia, Pa.' Copy-right and Trademarksecured ATTORNEY ., For terms apply to .b. -DREW,. 'making goi I a severe Diarrhoea-.o severe that I could sot ati
COCNSELLOR-AT-LAWI and immediate sales. would
Intellectual. Moral, and Natural Philosophy; / AND At this Office-or to They respectfully so tend to my business. I recommended t ohY
;4 Astronomy Chemistry ( : Will (except when business may require'his absence licit patronage from merchants :and tradesmen, of .
; Logic; Jeology.IIvd 09-Sold by all Druggists and Dealers In Medicines. ]L SW' DOWNING,TallahwseeAugust ,, your "INDIAN.LOXECUST. I procured
'D MATHEMATICAL COURSE. .. from the State) Professional an- ;; -a- other, cities, who wish to sell goods }n our market Bottle of it., .At the same time two members at c;
I the Courts the Eastern Circuit ATuybuaineia in their line
pointments in of will be promptly at

EGBERT POINSETT my family were afflicted with the same ..diseaseWe I'
Arithmetic Algebra of Florida and 'theFederal .Court lor'the tended to. -
; ; Geometry; Trigonome NEW all used the 'medicine rOme the BoBJe, -
Agent, SacktqnriUe, Fid. iHE .BAKJJRY. ;
Northern District of I 'GEORGE
Mensuration H.
5 try; Surveying; ; Analytical Geom SMITH, and I am now happy to inform you that it enrtiU3AU
: Uy; Differential and Integral Calculus; 0. 'J. A. MAYER Bread Pies- and .3 OHM \V PRICE.
; WILL ALSO ACT AS AOT Cake's. entirely. We are now all wefl and hearty-
fcCLASStCAL COURSE. IVhdexde and Retail Agent. Savannah, Ga... for' general .Business id '.the State- respecting raiHE c co-partnership-- heretofore .REFERENCES Mltee'dT FernandeiTlBisDee from the use of only otu Bottle of yoor ValuaWsr ,
Sept 2, 'SZ.ly -donations of lands and' the location: existing be'Ti.tw & Co;,R Bonlter & Co:, Samuel WUlams, Alsop -
grants ; and Medicine.. Yours truly, .
Latin Greek Iyevrs CooPman in the ,
German French.Acourseofieetursswiil ? ,
; condnct & BonraJacksonviile
; ; or selling thereof; of,the Baking.business ; : Boston & Gnnby.'J Ala -N TIMOTHY HARRIS. .
be delivered during IIi1 I- ** -, Lj'o' A'S'AOENT the having been -dissolved.] rothe, E M Moore & Co.Seaborn GoodallrSa.yannah. ToE. ,
desires PoinsettjEsq
hll iEYSU! subscjber to make known.to the .
the ? C Jan. 1 '
year non Philosophy and Chemistry. The public 1832. tf;
cboolwIIfbriUrnlbedItbCset of : for the collection of Claims upon ihe' UnitedStates that he wOl hereafter carry on said business sinrfy. .--.4..4- ,_ _' Mandarta, Fla., Oct. 1, ISfflL .
apparatas for He has
Military or..other services, pensions, made fall
and will afford wle portanities for boeomiDgacWataUd subscriber is opening/at bu' *' volunteers ; and preparations to.supply-the town i Pape HansinSpDepot I'Y44 Dear Sir-Some time since 1 was on si visit mar
now Store supplies furnished and fornorses.orother : otberpurehasera with ezcellent131t1.AlJ
: THE: very
PM with" ci- iiue.and the practical Forsyth-strect, a general assortment property lost,for which the. United ilsiablei PIES and CAKLS,..which be is now : -Coukn'djjre4.Ngto..York your place, and was suddenly taken Very sick.-;
operstion.rlt&wJ: L delivering opposite Your Indian Lozeesat ,recomended. Ts
; .. DRUGS blLS PAINTS : regularly at the houses % Ci vu
The AAidemic' will be > ,, : i friend bottj
. '4 year divided Into four fl.ForeIgn Uusl ss.-J..W.B. 0 tie takes this that I was r.isiting happened to have a '-
quarters oYeleven weeks each. Students .opportunity of expressing. bis tie of it irf the house, and I used it and taks $
may es I- -: attend to the collection of Claims and other Professional thanki fotthe liberni evjlonces of Croton.Manufacturing Company tonran- -
1. ?after the omeneeiaentoranv quarter and oneouragemen 4 : sore in informing that it cored me. I $ -
Business which 'liedundevtkeGenenni
in ngland the ConJ 1. he has
on alruady
;and ,while i r
be charged only from the time of their admission.TEUM8 respect S to bprinbbutstslICthe
L; the averse having name
RECENTLY SELECTED WITH GREAT CAHK nent of Europe. t fufly asking a continuance ot.Lhe of Stat of N'-York) offera at wholcEale ii 'my
: i: THE CITY OF SEW TOEK y ftj-During his absence, Jcn.t W. PEICE, Esci,''I ranted in maiming forthe bread ,which eame, IbeL war quantities to Ui&purchasers,at MaaTPACruzEz., *a benefit of those that may be afflicted.yea*$* '
Tuition He invites the attention Merchants win act in his in Florida. he-offer S publish this If you think {t necessary .
. Board and ,including Ifghta,Jfnel, and ; ; Physi j qualitice unsurpassed in all the essentials which LOWZSTPRICES, toreash; approTedcredit, .
Is a 1 'Yirara'with ,
wasbingT-perScgsion of five months, f 120 00 *n4 Ibe cornrnunity, to his SLock, with ti 30 Addrcea Jacksonville.East Florida to snake the stall of litoipalatablepure g Paper Hanging3ojr; every,variety of.style aid SUSANNAH respect : ?
German or French extra .." 600 that tho artinies w111 be found to I io $ -- ; wholesorii. He will tO the an prlco v /' HARTLETv -
t Music Hacludiag use of Piano) 1500 r-, prime quality, sad'at a& low prices as r 3OSEPWiRIOE which, wLtk personal experience in the art DeaL of flour.-4- Borders to'match! r Dr'E Poinaett, Jactsonville, Fla.

*. 7 I--. '-- 4-0 0 they can be bought* many. .market-. the Soul_ king 1uto! him in promising his--customer Ba Fire. BoaflPrinU in"grea't ranety., GrsrellylIill0et20, 183I.-
Painting LB'Water Colors ,- -7" 900 !" 7'a : \3eneral Commission Merchant. gOOd1lreade. ,Trahsjwrent Window Shades. v Dear Sir t:Your Indian Lox cud la a good metioine. -;

.*' 'fisOil .4 12 00 v -'ns, orrEB!-: as WATER,ST.,.NEW.YOSK. 7 Tickets fcrishcJ' ahd(i1tc's anywhere with-' oil l'ainled.Window Shades. -- $oms tI.ssinco I piu.bad a boItkfrs

Including lostnutions in Penpective from Na -Chewing Tobacco &'Clgnr sOId Llqoor* STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale of fl the limits of the town supplie&at Wide Window Curtain owLand A M. Reed,Esq.,your agent,and gave-it to one

ture \aud\Vlne" 8U>tloh cry'. fine Cutlery, ; all articles of produce entrusted:to his care,? CYery day. Frice-5 cents net' loaf,?. early' r Window tSh'ade Fixtures, of my negroes that h$ suffered very much*fro* '-
; (Payable quarterly, hi advance,) Jewelry & 4 and all orders promptly complied witlui RY.COdWIAN Of th* latest styles and superior finish, allot their a severe attack'of Dysentery, Jt cured him Soot; '

.. .. *">0a DAT BTCBEKTS. The LADIES will find, h keai. article api 29-ti .,; .' -' -_ *.T .;r. 'may 27 -J pwnmartufa tattandUaportalionAAa their stock afterwardsj had ano her1.n |p* attackedwith the -
! ::1 adapted to their wants and-taste*-all of which he is Urge and entirely they.inviteMe '
newy ehanV, disease.1 I purchased,another bottle, and it}
Studies -
and Mathematics
Including English the bdentifie Course ," -' $1000 will be glad- to exhibit and sell for CASH* Pekin: Tea.CompyWarehrnOj,: -Tin'- Copper nndTSheef Iron *\ Booksollor *ud.-d vlcrt in these-.articles, to eat* icared.him.also. ,. "I ; 'v:' i"
; 12 00 June 24 4iOUNM.PAYN!. I and AYaniln a ili V -
styles and .1 do not. hesitate moment
76 and pn1cewIzenvc .
tr i Latiq Fulton at., New York thea r a. reeomnendiaf<
and.Greek ; '
r 1500 4 'I'WINDOJGL4SStfPfli.'Y. is1tho ol' -
-, Ihdian to'the
? your olecust pablk, as- being ti -
(P ysblo aarIerly, n advance.) ,_.HEPEKrtf'! .'TEA. '. T! Country for1
COiJPANr. tai An I ,most certain remedy' Dysentery that I ban-
;4 ; ha Uberal$ deduction will'be made for pupils' in 40 Bor Window, Glass, assorted sizes: 14: beenUblUb'e
: : Primary ludie4MlAddreesl; .400 lbs beet Bladder Pnttyi ,,. alwaysmaintained";.high reputation I g tulinarv euh ah tl nu1op1e1p.igh t SS uiiSiiaJ ptbthktluz. 0 4 truAk- ) "

,i y N.fV BROWN. For sale low for cash.-, 1for Teas of the most delicious character r j &uutterncf UtensiLs, mak1ng an4 ?cpair2u i : --r t- : $"I'RICL
cReferences..- andfragrancy and at Snoatlng forHouseeTn -.
JNO. MPAYNE- prioes whieh have in every ttqot DrE PotneTseksouyIIle. -
Hen.WrtLAsb instance; given'satisfaction. The Teas inft Tin;and.ino Co ,asT- and ill 1nai won ; I, -
HAL Her. .
I.- s'R 19-tf-
: Wrwoor Aug. -- -DrnggIst r are war -
Rev. CowiT CHAX8ERsCapt, II. B. NoxEi _,; ranted pure;and may be returned if do'not appertaining to his line of b sIpess-wh1ohwilj hi S :; 4flneral3a ut aqksovWe.Th., &$.25,M5t.Dr -> -
exeeute4 with
I \VUminetonDel.: Dr. MILLER,Brandywlne Vii -t -. To .Druggists prove to be.jas they art rcpresente4.;,.The .teas -Oders priz for Attd fl 300 EPoinsett-airt This is tf certify thJ4'] .

-. lage, Del.Rer.TBRADrow>, Dovcr Del.. ReT. sold by this Company are done np In,1-4 lb'- 1-2 .county,[ rU1 be articles atfcnCded vie9s.foHthe; 1 ?r -I ,' have been peynanently cuwipf a eeveremrrb *$ ]I
tortr gq-5-
Apothecarie Ib.--Bd -1 lb. prornpt- T'tty use-of yoarinostTaiiuable
1 1. k. KockwelL Brooklyn. N. V.; Hon./ OLIYBAMT. Iferfttmer packages, making U convenient tssskio1 ? me'dioiae caBwJ -
-jrtn '
r Dr. A. L; Bern, Medford N. J Tevh- Jtent:.Medicine Fadori;iui$JDederi in toe country merchants, to-Wa a test ,Tariety: _May LJ1oGAIi7 -- : Ioui sizes. .. .- -:- In41a1tLozecu.d, afUr suffartog fermora'thanwith" :-
? 4t
t4 lueo..liTATT, ". Tuis. CA Rev Z.; '. Wtleiwf&MydrticId. .. with'a small outlay of capital.- 'Hotel keepers .- 1 Bay-st.JMksenrfl1' 20 p n1 moth >hat diatrespiu diSeaae, :I ukaplea'simiIarlTa .

rN A. MANSwcLD .Wilmuioton/Del.; L, BARROWS. r. *' 'I may always be certain of having on their table-I WARSHALL HOUSE ,: 40 tdDi.i'dc;-. $ tIflecosnmendipgjoa mqylI0'44dtOiI

M Andover.Maaa, nor THE PUACTICAt ADVlSKIl, or. Com uniform character.ofTeji,which,Teas,;of whleh ,% L onisiza ,] 'b'
,r.a : _ 2751-ly_; _- of.ovcrOne Hondred tecItes fe r tberejis 'Si.large TorietY kre donG npuLthcee' iTHEfsubsoriber"*having 'lea'sfid 'tHe 5Qarre1i nes' Oilarb I ,1JtIAyoarItruI ,
I abovefaonse'- IL. -
tb! Cotton and Woollen the'iiie ni 'S wrappers.; TM Inside li/of lead'the'iecijhd/wa- : situated'on ;BrotightonV. :- J.-JOHNSON. -

., Machinery and CoiifecUono aienvMedicine. Faetorv and ter proof paper,and the ouMde, CKinwe.rice pa wteeet,between 'Abereorsianj..Draytoaxand n gaUons5 ki MYrius iiaer., Formoilj'of JaeksoaTifle NiOCJJTTOIC -
& Ti
:&i.i : Steam Saw Mills and Engines Dealers In TOII5t&IRI F'aubyA.rtjclea. Edited ,AT.-- .-'' -'-' *' 'V- -""- streetaors'teim' t '( :c -'-iott1ups: *

;r ; fIEE 9fGO !**r OUMPANT,. LAWEig, HOIACB of Evisxrr, Gradaate and Member of the ?JVir'saJe"at* the NewYork'priecsffor"eashJ'tDy' citizens ot.5a1'an ; publiegeora1y, tin ti- 11 e2Lt! galIou1 ,, .. 4 ) -- FtA., Oct. 6125L.e&Thrt .
College Pharmacy in' uoo' n TrtUISI' 4'1 M-ntriBir that he
( -- sAcEUsrTts, will ronptIv execute all the'ity-of, New-York.; I .,, 9'ygrose '.obeayybesg n.BoWilo cO
ON AIsor-The
s- .drs for Cotton saj WooUen Machinery 7f ill celebrated Rtsipo o ofeseor Wi : : rvjfouwj: nuqiranswnti; OQ tu* most reasonable ; HUljeoMdeWTef my men of arongstajwfiil'% -
'ir-t 'kinds, and will eentract for whole.Mills from lsrdjor making good Soapa.t or cent pey-pounc I, 26-If i i- L : : terms. and pledws Mmielf.'Tbyr'ltrtot alitentiott to. ci obstinate DiarrhtBaFrom.its complete aid Ber<.j

*'Sr I weter wbMlr it.arangi. (he that will wssl ttr and qaicer.jwitbon laboj bosinessi.to merit the patronage ofthe "pttblw;-.. :L'ce 6 cents per ; trepilredw- : aia.t acwh.raUothtrznsd1oIn.a ba&faUd''
< -* chine. ttcau Saw hlog than W7..9tiwr ,ever. 2asnzotaredi ,Thi r I elBtehdgvta make the Martb Jlouao ."Q *
MAU icr -- A PIUT" ; :I:take pkamro recommending J| as a apHtffaine. -
-, saw,. MwUalsts' Toils o g.gs iiseip or singli I atone Is WlhUhr timea the price of the bookto Wof 154; Brovcbtort trtetj f arabhaili,'o : CLASS t -. mtablo will be'suppjjrith.y.. ,'I lowe rkQtpru ,4 e-i. J- I .v4a&hJe .* Yours, seT. ,< .>
Looomotl and Freight Car II any fo-th. erylowry'ihafoaribeBrocured. *.-
OFFERS o KaeVel tlcfe lisi Q&rntedaoebWjaitb 4.r E. BUCKMAIt'
1 t.
1; kinds btcd cither finished 4 -..-. 5 $ eldet we ". % 4 .-
; on or la n ') TAWDOD.. t:1: .n.obnssb.ddea- fn ; rsndcpAa4rC4b t.ho uing II I -.EP.lnzcttr* > *-
orderVcaa be filled In '- t :
4hat abort no oe 5 !_
: .. 100 N'uwr-stret, Goft7o&i$!_ wiTJQP.: *4 $- ;

teens* eaatrftcting for/Mills/ will be famished t4tbs eDelQe I & 49k ;, :: '- i4sWt tb forw? sr3rgc

.- -. drawings for .arranging the Mills without boieutfs.'to7aij. of LI '&g6.1& '' I iAMESfl4NIIjP aappfle of tlu Boitiftof your mo
-,. charre. Statlonets, J3ookaoil.rtt.wsnipa *o-Lt Atwboesaesn4t1t'! motto ; !'8mMsgt:1 tea Laxeaust hs entirelyrelievedms ofa'seveW fI"tctod
H- GOKDONMcKLY,4gc1z Agents,, &a., ,N. B. ;

J- f7- Y.ap12B.i- ; -.- &t&l9 enelnilag!a cash ramIttazc. w- roce1e-; the wo arid tot sale as Jov-as caatb1utnb.d Ia tho Fo .. 70Uf 1fl5dIJOtQ Utoa* flrly **?'* '- Mt

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