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: November 18, 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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' U J.,P. 'Sanderson_ LAWS OF THE ,UNITED. STATES, the the'provisions of-.the:'foregoing act, be, and in the Treasury n arising! Jrom :flre re moneys en Q" Revolution of may he Burrf, ndered to tbe-: Then i--i take the- T waters-, -i i of- -the""TV V SawaaAUjwha i fA'S- ;
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repealed. retary
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,-ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Passed during the first::tession of tie :7iirtyV Approved'August 301852. V ctotthe Department, conformity to ,the isfied, \;' retisron of\the, being A l* >"II d ,Rivers at 'or,1Ieat. tlr,
Jtif HAVING removed his office from ColimbU V ; second. July, thousand Eight ditional proofs or baJ. j. tioo d)1..CaQal/orc.uitabl.1 for,* '
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Congress. hundred ,.:;tbai'
to Jacksonville frt ancf Ihirty-jtx i b'. > any'-warrant
***** County, V : -. ; tba fei.d.iiiIOax: the'east side of the SCWaaoeII.
icpeetAdlj informs his friends that ha silicon. tPosub Ac-No49.] For tranRportation of:; the. mails in two enrrendered.was fairly and justly ] oed in IIftJ through the water of these ,two '
thI I.I. tteueth, practice of hsprofe ion, as ,. 34-7 AN ACT to provide a tri-monthlv;mail,'from 6teamfihpsfrom, : New yU, b1. pdrsbahce of the' laws ,of said ..Common ;into the main trunk rivers
of the Canal'
HI will 'attend ACT to authorize tho New utbamp. wealth'for ;at orbeknr
each and Term of Mayor and Common Orleau to Vera Crut,via Tampico and ton, to Bremen andbac, .military jservices so'
t I. lb. Circuit Win the several every Counties of Cunci of Chicago, Illinois, to excavate a por back,'i steamvessels.Be thousand dollars'for at hundred shainssue land scnpii favor of rendereJ Chares'ferry! which will afford an abundant
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tachJ8htpr and
. th"Et Jlc Cioui&the County of ( the public reservation at that pla. it enacted by the House and in two sent proprietors of never foilingsupply of water'for: eTerjrpurpne& :
with a view to the improvement of the &ntear 8t steamships any .warrant thus surren- This it
Haitn :.AI navigation frol'NeYorkf"byCwe8, to practicable to k
Supreme deredfor : :dons the
Representatives the : the
of of America whole
Chicago river. of or
IItf.r C aj the U. 8 "afe any portion ;thereof elevation thee
at st. I Rivers
t.I. Aattn.-AU business entrusted to his care Be it enacted by the Senate and House of in" Congress,ambled That, ,the Post dollars for each at.seoty.fe.' thousand ytt,nn. Usfed"at tbe rte of one dollarand height of the tnmntit level being on-equal to'the: '

stddresa-J.prompt. P.attention.. Representatives,of the United States of Amer I mate.General be hereby ''author with the O-ea'n.SL. Navigation% i 'Company I the twenty '(OT each acre mentioned in There! not,being a sufficient depth this of ;route.
. V &NDEaSON, Jacksonville directed to enter'into a contract for of New York warrant thus surrendered water at
ic in Congress assembled That ihe in addition to and the month bf
J"v vowiur, twnaa.. corporate an unexpended mains wbic re Suwanee to terminate,the
'4 Jan authorities of the of a term of-five years, and for a sum not exceeding balance of- former unsatisfied 'hib'srip ; Canal it <'
Jacksonville. ; 17. 18.: city Chicago,' Illinois approprations two,hun ceivable in shl 'r must bo'extended totbharbortot' ,
t be, and ohe'hnndred thousand dollars a year, dred and nin :'owned St. '
they authorized'toecayate -
are hereby thereforey
V dol.la lurlan1 ; will aid
with such $ s. by the United co r thft ,,
oa HcQueen Mclntosn, ,such portion of the reservation at person or persons ,as may offer For transpprtatioij of the mails, between and Sttes'. at private second section of the line,extending front the v
A TTORNEY A T LA IV Chicago,,not exceeding the limits described sufficient and satisfactory security! after due Charleston and Hanna, under the contract entry; scrip shall moreover be'as: Suwanee to the Ocilla River. ..
signable >
. Wni attend the Circuit:Courts. in.the in their memorial of January five, eighteen public notice, for the'transportation of the with M.:C.:Mord ci, fifty thousand dollars. by endorsement ae-sel by two You will 'see by reference ,to. the /

; Cit: the.United States District Easter at St. bundled and fifty-two, be mails of the United' States, upon the best For transportatio of the mails across'the I wltnesses.rn i issuing the ,iid that.the> northern route surveyed from map :
a'may is
'the' terms for the United States, three times a Isthmus of Secretary authorized,when are ." I
. ; Supreme Court at Tallahassee; according to the plan set forth in said memorial 'Panama, one hundred there wore forks of the ethockocbee! and Sowaoe '
and proaecuterCJaims for citizens i:any part of for the improvement of the navigation month'from New Orleans via Tampico, to dollars.;: t., tbousm persons than one interested in the same warrant Rivers to.the Ocilla, 'through ; -
11. V to issue passes
against the Vera Cruz 'to each avery
Fond GOYrent and of person ; lot
11& Congress or atthe.. \Vuhngtn, of the Chi ago river.. less than bak. usls not ApproY'd Augu* ,301852. her portion of the scrip bi et high country ; but from the first.eectioaloa .
hundred warrant
p ADDBEBS,- Dartment. : And be further enacted. That eight tons burden', of the ; and Iafant -Ube Sliwanflt', to ihe fool of '
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lands '
Ja. tl"EtFi it best foriri'of'construction' or femi.e"prIC >'i.- ....M-.J ._ __ high oa
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. 'ii '- ; be'and be Is ; "adapted' war rPl1n- nv. "w M.I.I1 V H the Ocilb'a low summit level _
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taryof".V hereby, I scrip, ; : be fond .
and of ; :
.H( 4jrecdVI & limits purposes to navigation.of thesouth AN additioa t1egah tae iufsutan4 the
above' tbfs/oate below
I 'JOHN (rr designa V ACTl t'a.ato promote the passing the.bight. rolling "
EKINE'f ted 10 f e'WrketI'our1a'nd; tcHnakefnch disposition ern waters'thei8ame;; to be ready )iu the progrt1 pf wefu ar.Be j ,m.o er may-;receive $nd country:north of it, and through-a
sell very1ev. .
(LATE F fcCteCT, 'OiDSDEN COUNTY,) of the huilngs now standing'within possible June. V V it enacted bu'thfjSe'aate and'itduiE.: of: or l locate" the same;:PrOcuttt/ That :no el 1 country.Tlie; '.Su'wanee River should/b

Attorney at Law said limits' as may best for'the public Approved August 30,1852.: Reretatives of At United Stae'ff Amer. Ita and than a legal subdivision the shall be enter crossed by an aqueduct, the elevation bf. : '

Has located 'In' J$ bore, and will attend the interest. [PUBLIC ACT-No. ic assembled, "appeals provided of this act.pald.or'Ly scrip issued itt:-virtue I which, if practicable should be qualto, .the.
,. Circuit Courts in ounUe in the Eastern Approved July 21, 1852.PoBLlc ] for in the 11th'section of the act entitled height'of the' summit'.level of the second "
and Middle Judicial Circuits the Supreme Courtof AN ACT for/be relief of tbe Wilmington and an act in addition to an act to SEc.2. And be it furh tactl That section, making(the one feeder
promotethe thi supply both,
the State, and the United States District Court [ ACT No. Manchester.Uaoad Company. of :act l h taken ad- summit
35. the levels
useful ard
] sections
01_ for the District of progress arts, approved justment fnal on one and two, with.
' f Nortber it devoted Forid.H Legal AN AOTt authorize the President of the Uni. Be it enacted by the Senate aid House of March the third, eighteen hundred and thirty : officers of'al bounty land claims the out waste or loss of water; but if this should ;

faton.jtyOffice. V th pro- to designate the places for the portsof Rtres"tatlve of the United Slates of Amer nine, mayals be made to either of the as- seamen and marines, of not be found practicable'a feeder- mutt be t
wit ( : in the basement under the entry and delivery for the collection districtsofPuget's ic Congress assembled, That the Secretary of the circuit court of the the State of Virginia;for services in the war taken for tbe second section.'from tbe jqnc- :

... printing office. ly RpubJeo" Sound and Uinpqua, in the Territory of the Treasury be and he is hereby author District/ of Columbia; and all the of the Revolution:,Provided, That the Stateof tiou of the Suwar.ee and, Weetblockochte .
Oregon,and to fix the of the
OSCAR collector Astoria, in said compensation Territory. izedand directed to extend the time of pay duties, and responsibilities imposed po\vers by Virginia shall, by a proper act of the Rivers for that.purpose, which wiU .afford
HART ment of all duties, except only the amount aforesaid act, and conferred Legislature thereof, relinquish all claim to an abundant and
he never
Be upon chief I failing supply..The/
! .ATTORNEY A. T LAW. Representatives I enacted by the Senate and House of due in fees'to custom-house officers, upon all judge, are hereby imposed and conferred the lands in the Virginia military land< dis Suwauee River has a rock .bed as well!! 'as
of the United States Amer. up- trict in the
Olel upon the Second floor at the Cout.houe ica in of iron rails, spikes, bolts, fastenings, and other cn each of the fid assistant judges.SEC. State of Ohio. batiks! and is well adapted ,to "the ,building V
,lIIiLht WILL Forsyth street. Congress assembled, That the Presi- !iron necessary, for the construction of the 2. And be it further enacted, That SEC. 3. And be it further That of an aQUeduCt.. The third section- .mhr-.. .
dent enactd
practice in ot the United in '
the States be
several counties of the and he Is hereby seulinJ iho daima,.. nt .lK. .a : -
.' Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the to the places for I Wilmington an.i Manchester railroad, now in case appeal shall be made to the said under th'act-- -of -- VIIC"-| the country from the Ocilla toils, terminus: I;}
de4 collection of claims against the United States for the authorize. for designate the collection or hereafter to be imported at the ports of chief judge, or to either of the said assistant hundred Marcbsecond, eighteen on the Apalache River or Bay.in the Gulf

Military services, and for Horses lost, or other of port Sound entry districts. Wilmington, North Carolina, and Charles judges the Commissioner of Patents. and twenty seven, and May twenty of Mexico. Between these, points the coun \.
: property lost destroyed by troops in said Puget's and Umpqua, in the Territory ton, South Carolina tbe fourth, eighteen hundred and lit jo
service. of by Wilmington and shall pay to ouch chief judge, or assistant I twebty-eight. try very level, having no bigh land bat i
lIabto Aot claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or Oregon, upon receiving satisfactory Manchester Railroad granting lands to said State for canal gradually t.
I Company, to be judge, the sum of twenty five dollars purposes declining (10 the Gulf here,the
hf.icu'and orphans of deceased information as to the best location for said use required the same I ; '
hat Al. claims for bounty land to slier. sol- instead of the 'on said road for the term of four years to be paid by the appellantinto the Patent have been principles shall be acted upon country is based upon a substratum of ,lime .
places now established I as t
ad the widows and orphans of deceased of- by ports in said districts Provied That before the delivery of said Office by the eleventh section of the said the applied under the provisions .f rock, not lying at sufficient depth to form, a
ficers res act May the ninth 51S't 1
L and soldiers. spikes rails, bolts, and fastenings as act on said appeal. ,'eighteen hundred Canal by entire, excavation
Also, will give his attention to SEC. 2. And be it further That the and forty eight, entitled thereforethey- ': :
conveyancing, el above, an 'An'act In addi. must be forced ,
cted of the said
payment SEC. 3. And be it by partial
to K further enacted That excavation and
titles annual duties j
darning and record, and of the tion to
ascertaining at Astoria an act therein "
compensation mentioned .
suspended by this act shall be for the embankment. Between, .
1. claims 8ecur by section thirteen of the aforesaid act, Ocilla and St.
in the ,
t land. collection approved .
district of settlement of
Oregon in the claims of jf'
Jute All entrusted to him will meet with be and the bonds of the said company, with good March-the, third, eighteen hundred and the State'or Indiana Marks Rivers rises the Wacissa, one ol.those$ t
bI prompt attention; and all instrments of writing sid Territory, the same is hereby personal security, .to be approved by the thirty'nine, is hereby repealed. accruing under the said act of 'March Rovers su peculiar to Florida.. Its source is .,I
fixed at the of three '
will be sum thousand dollars the second
V executed by him with neatness and de- United States eighteen hundred and
District .1 near the foot of
for the tne
States twenty- high lands about
nT.isa. cpatch.Jacksonville.. including the fees of his office, oommencing of judges Approved August, 1852. seven.Approved. twen l': 1
Ina North and South Carolina. And ty miles from the Gull its volume of
Jan. ;
25. 1851. pro.
on the first day of July in the water
t year onethousand vided also, That so soon ax such portion. of [PUBLIC ACT-No. 64.] August 3J, 1852.. 'M immense, supposed to be as great u that

Joseph S. Baer. HI D. event shall eight hebe hundred allowed and fifty; and in no said railroad shall be completed as will render AJV ACT to contitut Alton, in the State of Illi of the James River, at Richmond Virginia; :1"fI"i I

.7. PRACTITIONER than said sum of three thousand a greater dollars amount it expedient, in the judgmentofthe Postmaster noi! a port of delivery.Be [PUBLIC RESOLUTION-No. 15.] its elevation.is thirty-two feet, four inches rt .

WIFERY AND SURGERY. MID including the fees of his so General, to contract with paid company it enacted by tlt Senate and House of A RESOLUTION relating to the printing of above high tide in tne Gulf of Mexico. At a ..; 4
office '
Office on the corner of Market and Forsyth. aforesaid. a for the transportation of the mail along Representatives of the United States of America Conge3 during the recess.' point between the Wacissa and St. Marks 1

Streets, opposite the Court House. Approved July 21 1852. the route of said road and upon said road, in Congress assembled, That Alton, in by the &nate and House of Rep Kiver-s the water line in tbe Canal may"be .t/o" 1
the Postmaster General do make a contract the State of Illinois.si.all: be.. and is hereby. resentatives the United States of America brought down to the level of the water
,Z..bl.. Ct. 16 JACDONVILE FL. tf.J. [PUBLIC ACT--No. 48.] with said company to carry the mail as constituted a port, of delivery-and- shall'-- be J' in COIfre o asmhlPll Th- ,,- ... u..._,"ul___ this; immense !?-<.,.>..: and- If. ......., ...!.. i I .,,

lete aforesaid, within such rates as are charged subject to the same regulations 'restrictions of the Senate, and the Clerk of the House, into the Canal, and 'if desirable: "ai'L;; '

fIN UNaCllla HcRobert Baker, AN merchandise ACT authorizing, entered imported and bonded goods for wires warehous,and by other railroad companies; and that'all as other ports cf delivery al1J the United and the Clerk of the Committee on Printing! tion-32 feet 4 incbes. carried to its terminus .ft
A TTORNEY& CO UNSELLOR AT LAW in;in pursuance of law, to be exported by cer such sums as may arise in favor of said States; and there shall be appointed a jointly be, and they hereby 'are, authorized on the Gulf; and as-the Canal would 3.

t- JACKSONVILLE, E. .FL.. tam routes to ports or places i Mexico. company for the carriage of the.mai as surveyor of customs to reside at said and.empowered to eamine audit;:and' pass be formed by partial excavations 'and ternbankmenUv .

".. A I Commissioner of Deeds for the following Be it enacted by th Senate and House of aforesaid, within the said term years, who shal. in addilioi to his own port, upon all accounts prinJing and, binding it may le made to any desirable.4'

Maine, States Delaware. of the Union : Representatives of United Stales of Amer- shall be reserved by the Postmaster General p the.duties and receive the salary during the recess of presnt Congress, wiJth without increase ot cost.There are ri= .V

I. Vermont, Maryland, Alabama Georgia,, 'cain Congress assembled, That any import- for the_benefit of the Treasury, and applied, and emoluments of surveyor, prescribed by in the same manner a' is'done by the Cornmi several points on the River and :Bay .well ;

Mushnsett Virginia, MlsiSipp e d goods in tbe original packages which as they fall due, towardl the'payment andsatisfaction the act of Congress'approved on the second tteee.on Printing daring the. session of adapted to funning a terminus for the canal I. ;

1 North Carolina, Tea. s hall have been duly entered and bonded, in of the bonds. of said company, of 1 March eighteen.hundred and .thirty one, Congress. upon the flat table rock of while limestone, i
[f'. PennSlnnia South Carolina. pursuance of the warehousing act of sixth to be executed by them for the payment of providing for the,payme.nt of duties ou imported Approved August 31, 1852. about eight feet below;the 'surface of the :I

&II'. 31-:2tr Augus eighteen hundred and forty six, may he duties aforesaid.SEC. goods, at certain ports therein mentioned i water, and breaking abruptly to the depth ,, t 1
Lan gee V B. M. PEARSON, withdrwn from warehouse at any time 2. And be it further enacted.Tbat entitled "An'act allowing the dutieson Florida Shp.Ca thirty-feet, in which the first ledge of rocks '

ATTORNEY AT LAW within two years from the original importa. efore the said company shall foreign'merchandise \mported into ..Pitts may be excavated. r

'fCaA4 ILLS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and I ion for immediate exportation, without payment he benefits of this act, they shall enter into burgh, Wheeling, Cincinnati Louisville, St. LCB.NGE, GEO., OCT., 29th, 1832: Having/riven you the'outline 01. .tbe Vronteofthe

will practice in the Eastern and Southern Cir- I of duties under the provisions of the a n agreement to transport the ,mails of the Luis, Nashville, and Natchez, to secured Mr. JOSEPH CLISBT, Eitor of the Sentinel l.i Calia' I will now VtO51. j
1mI. 'uiL the Supreme Court of the State, and in United States the and aid those i Dear Sir.-In of description of the River and Bay of ApaJache t
act -the
S. District Court for the Northern District to Chihuahua, in Mexico, by upon terms conditions at places; andjhe said town your paper 19th
- Florida. Feb. 19, 1.82.-tf. he routes designated in the first section ofhe prescribed by law, and the regulations: of of Alton and the sail port of delivery be,' I instant I find a communication ,from Robert which presents a phenomenon' tbat Ihave !t V j

actof, third March, eighteen hundred he Post Office Department, made in pursu- and is hereby, anneied to and made a part Gamble, Jan., to Mr. Dp" Bow, upon the not that witnesse4jnany'I ; River 'Or' Bay ,f it .

HOPKINS &DUAllI, and forty five, or by such other routes as a nce thereof: Provided That the bonds Lobe of the collection district of New Orleans, subject of tbe Florida Ship Canal with the have eVer eivoruf.-T. -i.- .i'

,1."t Attorney Lw. may designated by the Secretary of the executed the payment of the and al the facilities and privileges afforded request that he will publish it, and to furnish whole surrounding country, as before :stated

OFFICE V .t PALATKA, E. Fla., T reasury; and likewise, that any imported uties suspended by this act, shal'be s by said act of Congress of the second. of such light upon the subject as he may be lime, is based amid upon a table rock of the".wbite i ;

iT'.. ,WJLLpractice in the Eastern Circuit. Business merchandise duly entered and bonded at drawn as to secure the payment interest. March, eighteen hundred and thirty one, bend able to_impart through his valuable Review. lies stone, along the River'and' Bay V V : '
about i feet
I entrusted t their care will be promptly attendedto. oint Isabel, in the collection district of Bra. on said duties at the rate of six per centum. a are hereby extended to tbe said port of Believing as I do; that the route proposed by generally 'eight : below i high .f'
fitC February 19, Mr. Gamble does not nor offer tide." Through this table rock' there is a i
cannot tbe to-
de Approved 30th 1852. A llen.
'1.' 182..t z:os Santiago, or imported and bonded at August ,
ft> Republican please reautsite facilities for this Jeep channel_ thirty feet in depth.-extcndjD Jt
Sann great natiniiilw&k I t'
euI publ t. other of the SEC. 2. And be It That
end ther bi t this office.OSSIAN my transported port thence in Unite, duly States reware-, and [PUBLIC ACT-No. 52.] Burlington., in th. State further of Iowa enaced; Galena I have deemed It proper"to enclose' to from River the Bay to the Lead of ,the Apalache I$ ,.
which :is at St.Marks and formed '
B. HARTJATTORNEY oused at Point Isabel in pursuance of the AN ACT to create a additional Land Office Illinois; and Knoxville, in the you communications upon that subject, made the by ..
i junction of the Wakulla and
ICt. St. Marks .
the of Minnesota. by me to tbe Hon. Senator Brooke, of Mississippi 1
Territory shall be of and shall -
revisions of the warehousing law of Au- nessee, ports delivery, "
; AT LAW Rivers. This channel
deep the
gust sixth, eighteen hundred and forty six, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of be subject to the sime regulations and restrictions together with' his letter acknowledg rock has through 1 1
. KEY WEST, FLA., the of having been
their and the appearance "p4
ing receipt. action of the Senate
the United States other of in the k
..we' may bejwithdrawn from warehouse at Representa'ives of of Amer. as /ports delivery '
In any formed by art it is at points obstructed
Practices the United some
States and State them.with the
S 1*. the Southern District of Florida.Courser time: within two years from date of original 'ca in Congress assembled, That s much of i. United States; and there shal be appointed I will upon them in request that you by a collection; of oyster shells. The main 4 .1',
i mportation into the United States for iuimeliate he public lands of the United States in the I a surveyor of the, reside at each publish your paper send a

D JnlylOlfJAMES V d elortationvithout payment of duo Territory of Minnesota, east of the Mississippi of said ports, wh. ehall, in addition to his copy of them to Mr. De Bow, as New Orleans anchorage Hole, is three in the miles bay known within as the the outer Spanish bar. f 'J

EL" BA lies under the provisions of the warehousingact river, and west of the range line be. own duties, a'soperlorm the duties and receive is work.deeply interested in this great national The outer anchorage outside of. the. bar is r'f'

51.a4 ATTORNE LAW aforesaid, to ports and placee in Mexico, ween ranges twenty-seven and hvent.eipbt the salary ali! emoluments of surveyors large, capacious and safe, having from three j
& Allizalnt Columbia Co., East Florida.m. 'iy land or water, or partly by land and part- west, and hat portion west of prescribed bythe: act of Congress passed Yours Respectfully and a half to five fathoms water. Tbe in .
rHo'Ye l ly by water, or by such routes as may bedesignated sippi river in said territory lying north of on the second dar.of March, one thousand B. G. THORNTON. anchorage is within ,the Shell ,badks. 'l

WHIT SMITH by the Secretary of the Treasury. the nearest township line where the abovementioned eight hundred aul thirty cue, pioviding for The outer anchorage is formed by the South

ATTORNEYS AT LAW* SEC. 2. And be it farMer enacted, That range line intersects the east the payment of duties on imported good at LAGRANGE Geo., July 261852. Cape shoal and what ''are known"as the si,

Columbia Co.East Florida. .' any imported merchandise duly entered and bank of the Mississippi river, be formed into' certain ports therein mentioned, the! 'same Hon. SENATOR BROOKE, of Mississippi. Ocilla banks. The Apalatbe ,Bay-from

.lgr bonded at any port of the United States may a land district, to be called the Sank. river : being entitled "Ail act allowing the dutieson V Dear Sir:-I Have seen the reportof South Cape to the Ocilla, is between .Wand

V JOHN G. HATE LEY. be withdrawn from warehouse at any time district l ; tbe land office for whicn shal be foreign merchandise! ,. imported)into! Pittsburgh the Secretary of the,-Treasury upon the 50 miles,across Very shoa water, .00,000 .

ATTORNEY AT LAW. ithin two years from date of importation located at such point as the may WheelingCincinnati; J. 13 11! Stl pia tic bility of' a' Ship Canal across the and stiff mud. and banks that' are: never -V-,, V

without payment of duties, in pursuance of direct and shall be removed from lime to Louis, Nashville, and,Natchez to be secured Peninsula of Florida made to the Senate1 changed or affected by gales. Near South 9

tat- OFFICE BLOUNTS FERRY, provisions of the warehousing law of sixth other point within said district and paid at those jilaces: Id Burlington the United States,'in answer to a call from Cape is 'the 'main entrance into Ihe Bar, by

Jill 5. V COLUMBI COUNTY August eighteen hundred and forty six, for whenever in his it may be Galena, and('Knoxville. and the said that body, made at your instance on the 10th channel' of 5 fathoms water; coming in, ,

riOt Will practice in the Courts of the Eastern i exportation for San Fernando, e nt. ports of delivery,be, and the same are hereby of June, in which the Secretary deems it this channel divides itself; that.lying to the V

District Pas del None and Cbihuahua in Mexico, SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That annexed to ana made part of the collection practicable' recommends the.making of west is the.Oi;'kockonee| channel, and i is the

iriI7 spt.1. tf. hrough the port of L Vaca the collec.ion the President be, and he is hereby, .authorized -V district of New Orleans; and ,all! the the Canal.I larest that ll.-ir.o- In tbe, Past is i the St. '

ti district of State of Tex. i to appoint, by and with the advice and privileges and facilities afforded to Pittsburgh, have more recently seen a, coramumca' Mark's channel. ':Th entrance to.lh! Ock. _ _

Edmund Whitney, a s, and be transhipped inland, thence to San consent of the Senate, a reg sterand'reciver Wheeling, Cmcqnal Louisville.St. Luis, tion taken from a paper published at St. :ock nee Bay is cut off and obstructed.bf

.toned and legally qualified as Antonio, in said State and from the latter for .sid district, who shall respectively be Nashville, by the act of Augustine, called ,the .Ancient City, which Shell banks. ,After entering the St. Mark ________
So"I Daral or Lumber for. place t tbe destinations in Mexico aforesaid required to reside at the site of said,ofce, gress last ,aforesaid, be, and the same are :. pronounces, .the' work impracticable, and channel it becomes separated from the..Ock. '. _

May found, when County services are on either by way of Eagle Pass, the Presidio and 'who shall, have the same perform hereby, extendedto Fid pOrs'of Burlington, j refers to the report of the' survey to show I lockonee"by firm mud banks which are ex _

.,, .' b at hs Rpubl der del None, and Sn Elizario, all the Rio the same duties, and be entitled to the Galena and Ii.qxville. the impracticability'for-want of water' on posed at low water, and,what is called theb,

-1 June inq1. Grande; and Secretary of. 01 Treasury same compensation, as are or may be prescribed ,SEc.,3. Aid fe further ,nced That the summit ley el. This induces 'me to" address .V outer bar; and on tbf east by the mud flats ______

"V V shal be, and is. hereby,'authorized to pre. ,by law, in relaton to otber land from and afterlife passage, of 'PorH communication to'ybu, extendi&g from the Ocilla.. Taia tar is short,

nIot' BOSTON V &' OUNBY crbe1mcb regulations not inconsistent,with I offices of the United' And case"it Jefferson, ou the north side oT Long Island, I was at Tallahassee, in i,Florida, in the baving.15 feet, water*, at, .high, tide,; sfJ1d. I

":V COTTON FACTORS laiv l may deem shall be found'necSary or,expedient to'establish i in the State pf:New Y9rk. and the same fall of 1826, soon after :the survey ,of ,the a-rapid, .fall both, inside and out, into fhree '- 'V

III . ,. -'AND. V respecting a tbe propr.ad'Jcc8ry. ,V said the recess'of.Congress i is hereby, made a port :o( delivery..wit in Canal,was'ordered by..Act pf Congress of and iv,half fathoms water '.,

,-fit. GBKEOAI.V COMMISSIOW MEUCHAirrS,! proof of due delivery at their foreign, destinations the President shall be,'and he ia hereby I the collection district.of .the, port of New 1826;"and have resided! there toV the present' l ,The Oddockonee.fI'er is & very Jong one,

0 :'.VVCOTSICT1J4.' 8.&bANNAIIGA.and Jefferson 'Streets, of the- imports authorized by. this authorized to appoint the necessary officers York; and that a surveyor be appointed by time: 1"he'.C.an'al rw s'a favorite1 project "bf and sends out p riodically' immense* '

, 'V V, JOHX SV 'ioSTON. V JOHN H. GU) U"I'I and the foregoing section of',this act, to;;be I during such'recess, and 'untiltLe, end of the Preside ttJ with the,advice .and ,.consent the late 'Josepb' White (who was at that t'ume oi I waterv. which 'makes 'that channel
{.. October 80,1851. tf.: exported from warehouse t port places the next session"of the .Senate of the. United I of f the Senate1'to.reside, at the said port of time and forsereral: years af.ter.the:Delegate t tp be largest. The Ap l lacha river.fs' formed

i in )Jexico and for the protection a S tates., ',', '' ". V Por Jefferson; .who shall have power toeri-, t Congress,) with whom. have. had frequent by.tbVakulla, eight miles in' leogtb/and:

ts..: E. ii5t'. MOORE, &C O., o respects of the public revenue. .. ..in Approved, Augus 30, i852.L'IYBLICACTNO. r and license vessels.to be employed-in the I conversations_ i upon)the. subject -He the St.'Marks: abouIfifteenmffesTiiengtb.oth -'

. V ._ ;GENERAL V SEC..3.; - ,COmmSSION MERCHANTS AND, the Secretary of the Treasury lhall appoint [ ; 59.] clear and grant registers and other usual papers and'expediency of tbe Canal?; \Vhich'induced earth, and .subject reshets-.therefoie

I.I' FACTORS: i nspectors [the customs to reside 'at'San I AN ACT making appropriations the tr.ne io vessels employed n the'whale fisheries me to bestow a good deal I of consideration t Apalacha sends out;a smaller-and more

(Smelts' new Warehouse) Antonio, Eagle Pas the Presidio del Norte potations of the Unitd Sttes mi by oceansteamersand ,>under restrictions' and legulationsas upon the subject, which resulted m the fullest uniform! volume" of waters; hence 'the' bars
fill 219 Savannah Ga. and San such daring falear. the:Secretary of the niay'deeinnecessary l conviction of practicability. *affected examined
::1Sr. or other point ou ending the thirtieth of June,one Treau'ry' are never or ,changed.
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4 the routes as be may designate, not, hundred and ftfty-thiee.- V ; ,ahd.iwho: ,the ,usual In"'giving you, my ,views and to! make the St.Marks harbortwelty.Jive'tarl,

fJ V .&Oct.-M. Moa N .M Huu. i ing lour in number, who shall, each receive Be it the'Senate and. HOlm. bond, perform the'sual duties in' tbe .mant them'plain, I.propose to diviJe the whole and placed buoys, in jt, 1 'cnmjned:,it in

.2; t.,.: an salary of two hundred andfifty 'R enact !the United States ofAmerica (-, nero prescribed,and be'eiititled, l ) receive the l line into three sections, and for that purpose January, 1849, and found no change io'!it in
. .,,;-' ; annua. remtaife fees allowed by law tO surveyorI'and c refer to Gen. Bernard's'map of the survey that J of ".
-.'WTO, &: CO., d i who shall make a' report semiannually I Congress assembled, That the (following lectors you length .tim The buoys,still retained
. '1 for the same duties;and no'-\ more of the Florida .Canal.. Severalroute'swere their i 'theu *"
the of the original places"as selected.
IJf. Factor* m.*& -CmiuIoiiMerehants: ,i Secretary Treasury; sums be, and the.same are hereby appropriated 'be' l A
r ".AVANAUV6EOILUIs of A\\[ the:trade that passesunder inspection! to be..paid out of .in the' all cargoes chargeabje witb duties .shall examined, and the only practicable onejathe moderate expenditure would br.ng three,and
?' '/t *;il3,. ,Ihytreet.5 VV stating thennmnbero, ( ackagesdescriptIoi: I Iofgood5tbeirvaiu Treasury not otherwise: ; any.money. .'for;. entered and. tbedutie,1paidat.the i. .,port, ,of j ]line'from Black Creek' to"the" Santaf- a..half fathoms water into.the Y' approprate New York befpre permission shall be granted fee River-connecting the ;Suwanee and 'St. boIeand"iboaIc1.th Canal
of the the Spanish Ship
.f 'jouor 1'fitrici iteit1onwm b dy'Q to advances tbeJ. otC;L exporters. and.. te"names..? the ) endIng eight} I un4redVtid Jhe,; fifty-three i,' onethousand e to discharge the same at Port Jefferson.. : Johns Rivers. ;and, ,between those .vers 1 bemade I believe that,the pbslnacuons,might

'" ""1 rrl "br' SEC. 4..Ad'be,i further tcd", That For transportation::ofthe'mails from'N ewYorW Approved August 31, 1852.;, propose to ,make the.first section of. the beremoved .to,admit ships of,the 1i ianIotberbarboreotith :

'JOHN.W.C. WUD;' ,Po .LU. 1 DO goods, mercb < ;, red I V to Liverpool And ;back, !; l Canal. Byreferencetia the map, ion ,will' I.kqovB-oftno- oi.theChesapeake. V

Jaa.- 22 1882.. Jy._ V out of the limits of the Unitei'.Sttes a. V fifty.eightthousand eightblndredand .., [PuB cAc No.; 65.] find the route suryeyed is'by the! horthffdrk! i Bay. that hlsi.coold ;.be' done.

,.... ,. ,POTTER7Oweral ., c-rd.ing to.tbe:provisions t, bal I Fortrauisportationof! ,the mails.frpmjlevw V | AN V ACT V making farther provisions: for,th6:.t&kfaetion -- ofBlack Creek, by Kinsley's and'Tampon'sPJO. TbouJtbJtou1J.b ,attended with heavy
pOLLNEB.Vfc ..voluntarily landed"or. brought into" :York to New. CLarlest6n'Si'van- of,Vigi land waat. ., rover a- high summitieveliil00: : feet- expenditure .oi',money, ,yet. the sura'wouldbe

WI : :'Oommisfiioii.ffierclianls, V United; .$ ,and 'on .b g8.J landed, of : preans. arid bddtj tyro: ,Be V it t" enacted by lheStnate- and>.House ..ofRepresentatives above.the level of tbe'Atlantic,,which j 1-, la* small.when,.compared with! 'tbe,.importance .

t j,f',I roAt ltreotf.t ruvr Jlnldea I. ue.u brought,iuto, theUnited, be' .h nab Bavana'an'Chagres! (, ;dollars: ct.'Jth United Slates ofAmtica.in ken on account of the water furnished upon .o( such a harbur,, in the Gulf.ofj Mexico.
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... ::WUJjtfeiid; tJp ',York"entnutedto forfeited, and,the same' ey.hal.be. "Fonran portloo'of thr-jRiaUi1 from,*Pao ;-Co figrwasseiMtd, fTbat all,unsatisfied the summiuThis rOut I,.propose(,change, r" ",

"' fbeir ean. promptlv Prtf< t'a'bbme U>.the bad for their' cop4einnatioxiand.1flelstnbUIIOI : hama" to"' :Oregon;raiid back,, outstandiiig, ; 'Ht"1.J laod warraiiU,';o? iakgthesnuth forkpf},Black ..Creek' ;''andconnecting : There i is another fact that I would'sen.

0. ,, Cotton; Lab/n"'lt aojfTurpentineth .- ofJ .proceeds:.of' theirBales] t ;as'in. thr '.hundred(1lhl" ( | two or'parts'br w. i 0'ahIbtedpr19r it with'tha'heid. waters of :the. lion. -Siould this canal !be :'madeltirouJdgin..lOJ
,. U of, of" tory'-lgb'1bousnc : bund d and Santaffee River, where' mucb, lower 'summit .. of .tbe'p convenient situations
} .V forfeiture cgood, !illegally; ii4dFedaMfifty, i : 'V to the first bf.March:/Eighteen <} o&t'
UUral MvaneementamAdO' on consignments.ebii'852..1 t 'imported;-and every, perfionjsoncerned JI1 : Scz.Vat4:; tttl further'iehactedThat fifty two.'W.ihl'-prOper--attthohUeff; :!of, ihe 'level will be found j then'estending this, i (or; extensive. Jock,.Yard*, that "couI4.;

0'p V V ;_- V V> -. voluntary landing pt bringing. ch'gO. ir'V' the (foaowing; 6am8bV:and the, Bame'areberebyaVpropHateif''fof Commonwealth' f yirRinia; of military ser'level keeping the O.'tb'sidcJf the SantaffeeipJvejto"UiejSuwanee.at found ;io' any countryThe .I imense l.ol I _

SVJofl PJZINTIITG' V V to IIQitedi l]be f1i ,I ; / 4hj' service. *,:' bf vce&:pVerfornle4! by-the'bfficew:: and ;" Idters,' ; o.'elo time 4of1frenh pine1water %b ucb jbelakenlOI1.rtbeW.cl .

.tjf ;dc riptjoi-'fi. 'Bl kJjBlufl! ,'Curmjiti", alty' lr ., ,",,.' 'a.vr.: tbe Post pfficeVDbaffotenTfor, the jear>U:* 'senj,n'of marmes'of;Ihe-Virginia' tate abd Cbarle fer f.' j TbTs'jJiiie-yw: ) ,Il r forni', tbemam ; .rTfrJ! \ 1t "..., ,
t :'- Hi : it.kf IP' J ; : j '.' .rthorrflaVf I l tiauk o.'tbe Canal'acToss'the: suramit ,.baJljleet'bo: ."bi&b.ti<., ouJ&l a __ __
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Ia pct! oVJJfc St.'Mark's -rireM heTethe land table land, fi led tb:,Jar&eJVponds,'",which f Subjects iorJx'glslaUon;. [CMJ5CA'D. ? .all d at the 1 session will in treaty.n Thecompanyenthusiujpond'e& ]

-, is about ten feet above high water. At luring": the rainy season become? full to over- } that ''will though the field belost. .. dpi.\his8U1 g t1 cra the Lit- Webster Instantly rep1i. : .
this; point any desirable number of chambers lowing, and furnish: UJe'.watera.Whlch,flowto Thetiaostinrpfrrtaiot: .. 8 bect: i not lost0, erarrFuad,. _- \ also a sentiment for 1o- .

or docks may be constructed between. the Tampa Bay'on, the west, to the] Evet come,before thejiesent(session of the GeneraVAssembly Alarge portion of the message i iso United States, tht : "
, l canal and tbe river-the ships admitted by glades,' on: "theoutheastand' ; 'to'"tbe, >St. wffl "W the question fJn- "These memorable words"'oi te" departed the subject of Internal"'Improrements.deo trey would have been nothing 'gi '

t. gates from tbe Canal, and so constructed as John's, on the northeast. The line would ternal Improvements, and the: applicationof WEBElater.ibddet of aT 'CUT .rarioas imirorements of that treaty lea than fg..I.Te
I to let off the water from the rear of. the pass along the northern margin of Lake Ish- funJ. Jberefor the removal of force to.the Whig 19 speaks hopefully upon the quickness and fitness of a

r chambers)into..the Rirer, and aSording the tropoga, due east to Indian river; passing the ; The 184. then.wit: The present ,defeat of )nowjm progress," but we.find onc banished' everydonbtfiil' &.
i; most abundant water 'power' for"'the con: the Kissimmee river, which empties into the Indians ; -e.ndpubhic'. education. party now, as" lolhing of other than J rtnt feeling. The compay dlar t
.- tmetiopf.madlincry for the building or Lake Okucboba. This river would furnish reports of the State officers i in regard to,the the Conservative party: .of the: .Confederacy, -: ': ist the magnate vioeconversation 'prb\1& &i

repairing of vessels of all descriptions,steam an.ample! supply for a canal of. the largest. finances of the State, showing,as they will argues no continued, .prostlti n. .The elements Webster as a Fanner. never im i
1 or otherwise, and, affording great facilitiesloathe" magnitude.; arailatle l for internalimproremenfand of "that yet remain i in their purity tion, and the remainder of the ten *
\i party
\ what amount| there :.in tbe New York in 'w
I : mercantile': marine in the use of dry The waters of Indian river are probably nucleus Wefind the following I.\a spent a manner most agreeable .
docks for repairing fitting vessels requiring shallow; but an artificial channel could be educational pumposesllbedeiplf ; and'they:will .still exist, a upon Commercial. ..The. editors, were perite to Returning home on a starliht a

1 such aid. constructed at a cost insignificant in view of reiuI., We shall'doubtless which the parasites of the party now triumphant "it from the proof sheets. .of the, Prat arlHmUYltbfnef no loix''sn>

i '. :With regard to the terminus of the canal its importance. :The whole distance: from have some recommendations onthesesnbjects must soon cling, and. again ,will it I copy of Darnel Webster," now in the press sudenly hled, andokin, [
.' on the Atlantic can say nothing from per. the bar at the mouth of the:Manatee.to its in the Message of the Governor be called upon,to direct the destiny of the Life ef upwards, mae.beotilul.rak
I nonal knowledge but from all the in formation -! debouchure on the ,Atlantic would be about of ,Harpjr & Brothers, from the pen : appearance .pngl sky, O't
po '; \ I am able to obtain. I am under tbe im- I. 20 miles. The total ascent and descent be- and in the Report of the Slate Register, country.. The causes of,the defeat of Gen. Charles Lanman, Esq. -It,was addressed to cpncldded by re the"whole of thi

?: wesioathat a' thorough cut" through the tween 50 and 60 feet. who is ex officio Superintendent ,.Public SCOTT are well known.causes which can- his Franklin orerseer. eigbtb"pm'n which the

t. vonnd from Amelia Island to the St. John's ..I Indian river furnishes an inland navigation Schools. Upon tbe amount of the resources not again occur-and a lesson has been of this letter which lr describes* iwee"liiro
r: River: and to a suitable point of juncture along the Atlantic coast of about 120 will all the Conservatives' which will 'instruct There is one. part: the heavenly bodies. O ;
to anoeroo
1" : with the Canal, would be found to be of tbe miles, about one half of which lies north, applicable to'hes purposes depend taught points out theliole. duty ,of a go citizen, after conversing with deep itre !'
t. greatest utility.-This is a gigantic work tbe other south, of the proposed Atlantic our cpacty put them into the way of then hereafter in a course which will and which elevates the writer, possible rious lubject Mr.Webstrck)0 pro T*

and not excelled in importance in the world, terminus. A cut of about 12 or 15 miles The establish eventually be crowned with su'cce in the:estimation even those who hare gress frend. an rcit

: and such is the importance of it to every would connect the Northern extremity of ment of the Common School system in Flo No clear sighted politician advised of the I I L!_ __, .1 :__ _"".,;"" from whicb'cnte utl'm".
that it should be with the navigable waters of always regained mm a JU' ''''' similar
:: part of the United Stales, Indian river ida is undertaken. A rata disappointment which marked to-thoe wri-
:.. : accomplished at any cost, and I am satisfied the St. John's, thus furnishing a safe inland now being pro jealousy.and. of a true> American patriot. ter. Whether his theme was the past '
: 'it cannot cost as much as it will be worth in navigation for light draught steamers, to the distribution was to hare been made for the] the nomination of Gen. SCOTT, doubted the WASHINGTON, March, 17th, 1852. present, 01 the future, the conyeraatj Oq t

r .. a national point of view, and its cost no entrance of the canal on the Atlantic. A : the first time in September last,of the amount result of the campaign, and it has shown TATIOR Mr. Webster were forested with a'inte-

: matter how great, would never be felt by Jew dams and locks on the upper waters of I of money distributable: to each county that the fallacy of a nomination for tbe \hi/ JOHN"Go ahead. The of the winter is rest strength, and elegnc whi
.. tbe Nation. I have seen calculations made, the St. John's, would admit the boats which with of the her all and left a"eifie
tht to
bad complied requisitions party, unpopular a lurge portion broken, and before day .0fApii
valuing Cuba as being worth $100,000,000 ply from Savannah to Jacksonville, to the better man than before his.interne
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!! the U." States. Complete this Canal, witht waters of the Indian river, and thence School law. What counties bare complied delegates in a convention. No conservative : your land may be plowed.if think y the pi.'ce with intellectual, American.Cor. *

t the advantages it ives, and the Forts now through the canal to the Gulf. It is not necessary with tbese requisition and what have re- party will submit to caucus nominations of Captain for Marston the hay., you I send a check [ Baltimore Sun..
fair. you
f building at Key West and Tortugas, and it to comment upon the, vast import ceired their shares, sill we presume be pressed upon it, against a conviction of for Pay for these two objects. Put the
= will give tbe United States complete command and value of this work to our $160 Honors to Daniel Webtie; ,
ance great slated in the Register's report. Should the right, or inconsistent with their feelings. great oxen in a condition to be, turned out ? in
: of the Gulf of Mexico. whole its great value in peace, its South .
country and Internal Whether not the nomination of Mr. and fattened. You hare a good horse.tea CaroU. .
School Improvement systemsbe or
: I could not enter much into details with- infinite value in a period of war. I havebeen Webster four .
: oat lengthening this communication to too as succinct as the subject would admt.! found in successful operation in the or Mr. Fillmore would ,have reconciled and and I think of in four addition year-old to this steers, oxen do On the 2 iontponrorM. seat a "

. great an silent, but any exrlanatio-n you If you think it worth admission, I will be course of the ensuing year, our citizens will the friends of the other candidates for nomi- a work.pair If think so, then wl! most message Legislator*
you appropr
! j! t. aJar think proper to ask with pleased to eee it advocated in your publica. bare ample cause of prile and satisfaction. nation, it is useless now to inquire-but it is of your the Stevens oxen, or unyoke disps of South Colin the occasion of Mr..

;t l .pleasure. tion. Besides the school and internal improve. not useless to reflect upon tbe causes which I send them the pasture,for beef. I know W
; t the follow
the whereupon
I in the o( uu's ; ,
: : am, Very Respectfully, I: am confident adoption but I before det
t when I hope
: I lands donated to the State, these results which hare come not sbal see you,
; Yourob't. Servant, route, if government will bare it produced need thing, such ing resolutions were passed : '
;.:, .I B.G.THORNTON. competent officers ; and I am inclined to the State will have a large augmentation of : from the action of the Convention that nominated guano planting., for instance you write any to Joseph Buck a, B Rte That the General Assem.

r think that it can be constructed at a cost not its funds from the swamp and overflowed Gen. Scott. Certain it is tbat he was Esq., Boston, and he will send it to Calin deplore the
ii'1 SENATE CHAMBER, WASHINGTON, ) much exceeding that of a first class English brn
ments which hare fallen the
lands more recently ceded by Congress.We defeated in consequence of the disaffection "Whaterer ground you sow or plant see upon
r : '.. August 27th, 1852. ) railroad per mile. learn that, under a contract made by of the Whigs, and not from the combinationand that it is in good condition. We want no racy at large in the dece 0 tb i.
Dear Sir:-Want of time has prevented Very respectfully, yours, pennyroyal 'A little farm well trious citizens and eminent
'" ROBERT GAMBLE, JR. the State with to locate such efforts of the Democratic 'ToS. tie ralr am
,;: 10 my acknowledgment of your valuable communications surveyors united party. is to a next best thing to *a litle men-Henry Clay and Web5 aod
' in reference to the proposed lands as, under the liberal construction of There is a plain course now for the Whig wife well willed.1 Cultivate your garden that, whilst we have recalled D memory

( I L : Ship Canal across the Peninsula of Florida.S' FL HlnA liE1llllbICAL the Commissioner of the General Land Office conservative party to pursue, it is to keep Be sure to produce sufficient quantities of of soirows nearer borne, it bat .adds I ta
It me pleasure to that the information half the poignancy of our grief to know that
, gives say are to be regarded as overfowed" and firm to their principles,-watch over the interests useful vegethes. A man may supporthis
'r.: t wbich you have affoided us, and which good garden. Take care to others mourn as we hare mourned.
It I laid before the Committee of Commerce, JACKSONVILLE: "subject to overflow," Messrs. Randolphand of the country, and check any fanatical keep my mother's garden in good order, Reve That we ofler, with fraternal

!,; I S has had great influence on the action of the Wells have nearly completed said locations measures which a progressive and aggressive even if it cost you the wages of a man to I I condolence to our co-States

i. S Senate, who yesterday, made an appropriation Thursday, November 18, 1852. in West and Middle Florida, and that administration may be inclined to take care of it. I have sent you many gar the Union on this sorrowful ocion 0

". r. of $20,000 for the purpose of a Survey. of them has proceeded to Washiugton in the den seeds. Distribute them among your more particularly do we tnder the
one Whig
.., r This survey will, I hope, draw the attention XEV'! The Editor of the Republican is compelled carry out. Though a minority, neighbors. Send them to the stores in the commonwealths of Kentucky and Massachusetts.
r-: ; of the Country to the real importance to be absent from Jacksonville for a to have the selections approved. Tbe party is of sufficient power to protect itself, Tillage, that every body may have a part of .
T. \ of the enterprise, and I hope to live to seer amount coming to the State from this be
few weeks. In the meantime letters on and it will respected. them without cost. I am glad that you Resolved, That his Excellency the Gorer-
the great work perfected In the press of source is estimated at 50,000,000 acres. "What though the field be lost, all is not hare chosen Mr. Pike representative. He npr be requested to communicate a copy of
, :: business the of! business for the office, or communicationsfor
) closing days
consequent on
The is made is a true man:but there are in New Hampshire his message to the General Assembly, together
u following a proposal by a lost the principles of the Whig party, the
: the Session, I am unable to write further publication, will be received by Mr. T. ; who themselves with the resolutions the
? f fa : / than to acknowledge high appreciation correspondent of the News, to be embodiedin true conservative guards of our Republican many persons cal foregoing
my C. Andrews, who has charge of ou r printing Whigs, who are no Whigs all, and no .. Executives of Kentucky and Massachusetts.PINETUXE .
4 of kind favor-with the assurance that a bill for improvement As a be cherished and i
t your office during our absence. purposes. institutions, must ; even i better than disunionists. Any man who
while I continue in this body, the proposed which conciliate all sections of Nov. 4th, 1852.GEM.
plan may defeat follows defeat, it is incumbent uponit hesitates in granting and securing to every .
. t work hall ever receive my warmest sup- De Ilow'a Review. tbe State it commend itself of the its just and its constitutional B. HOPKINS :
5 .' ; l'lrt. It will always give me great pleasure may to public to work on regardless to whom the spoils part country
;9a ; t to bear from you on this subject. The November No. of De Bow has been favor; and if any such should be adopted, of office are distributed.The rights, is an enemy to the whole conn- Dear Sir: On Thursday, the 28th of Oe

'} t t. With much Respect, received. Contents as follows: Hungaryin stringent guaranties should be taken tbat try."John Taylor! if one of your boys shook tober, myself, Lt. Jernigan and three other,

:. i Your obed't Servant, link of road tbe individual stock following table the roles for left here for Indian Hirer, for the of
: ', .. 1852; Immigration: its results and Future upon every presents say that he honors his father and mother, purpose
!i'i' L : W. Policy; The Islands the Pacific: the Hawaiian should be taken in advance of the State President and Vice President, a cast by the and loves his brothers and &sterS but still insists looking at the lands in that vicinity; we

t;}, : The following is: the letter of Mr. Gamble, Cluster; The Delta of Northwestern subscription. Our preference, in applying the respective States, thus far heard from. North that one of them "bal drivn out of: reached the river on Friday morning, "and
the what of him but
b;g t. ; ref red to above, as formerly published in Mississippi ; Commercial Independence of means of the State, has been, and is now, in Carolina is reported by telegraph to have this,family that there, is no can real yon family say lore in him 1 ha been there only a short time, walking:

;:; ... the. Sentinel: the South; Foreign Trade of Virginia and favor of a railroad to unite the Atlantic with given a few hundred for Pierce and King.- You and I are farmers; we never talk politics about on the shore looking for fish, whenwe

-1.1. "'1-' o : Mr. DcBoic: Permit me to call your attention the South; Constituents of the Sugar-Cane the Gulf, as a connecting link between There is some doubt still remaining a to our talk is of oxen; but remember this: discovered Indian signs which bad only

! i" ? % to a subject of the most vital import. Juice. The number also contains its usual Northern and Soutben direct communication Tennessee : that any man who attempts to excite one been made tb evening before; it was impossible

p t t ., ance to the commercial interests of our Atlantic variety of articles in the Departments of and chiefly because making Florida a PJEBCE. SCOTT. To bo heard from part of the country he would against be who another should, is justas at- to tell how many Jnaa there were,.
and Gulf States, to cooperation Maine wickd a
request 8
your Commerce Internal great thoroughfare nust insure a speedy between John Taylor but certainly not less 10 or 15; &e
; in brinz'mg the matter before the Agriculture, Impiovements N. Hampshire 5 tempt get up a quarrel tb
:;:t..1 : public, and to furnish some information and Literature. and immense profit to the road. The -'pro. Vermont 5- and his neighbor, old Mr. Jno. Sanborn, i shore was completely cut cp with tracks.

1i :. which may be useful if imparted through posed ship canal may, however, be excava- Massachusetts 13 or his other neighbor, Captain Bureigb.i i! We immediately set out lo home ain,
AVeatmlmter Review. There animals that lire
\ '. : I }'ourvaluable review. ted; the probability of which would be reason Rhode Island 4 are some coming most of the way in the night. Lt.

"J L?! 'f 4 The subject of Florida of a ship canal through demanding the We are in receipt of this publication for for abandoning this attempt at Atlanticand Connecticut 6 fire heat;,and smoke there, combustion are some men, and who even delight in Jernigan says be is very certain we had left
:- ; I peninsula is again New York 35 venel
; .:..! .: public attention ; the impression, from surveys October. Its contents are as follows : The Gulf connection by the t State, and add to New Jersey 7 conflagration. They do not a party behind os a we were going, for e

I" -1 : long since made i is, that such a project Oxford Commission; Whewell's Moral Phil- the reasons for encouraging a sytem of less I Pennsylvania 27 things which make for peace. They enjoy our return, we discovered where,
, :- : ,;is impracticable, and such is no doubt the osophy; Plants and Botanists;; Our Colonial costly improvements throughout its limits, Delaware 3 only controversy, contention, and strife had come on oar trail for a moth a
Have communion with such fT
J'ii1 .:,. 'case along tbe routes surveyed ; but there Empire; The Philosophy of Style; The Poetry as local necessities may demand. Maryland 8 either no neighbors or politicians. You persons have, six miles and then off
.: is one which has not been examined, of the Ohio 23 a ture tow.
.f; .l f : practicability of which I am ceitain.In of the Anti.Jacobin; Goethe as a Man of I South Carolina 8 no more right to say that slavery ought not hammock near by-bllt being very d
1826 a law was passed, authorizing Science; The Profession of Literature; The SEC. 1st. Enumerates all POSSIBLE PLANK Georgia 10 to exist in Virginia, than a Virginian has at the time we could not tell what the track
: ':!3 ti.e riesiueui10 cause to be made an accurate ROADS )in tbe State, with their respective to say that slavery ought to exist in New
Duke of Litera. Alabama 9 made conclude to in
Wellington -
Contemporary were by. >
1 ; and that the you go
lengths provides State Hampshire. This is a question to I
: of the south of the St. sbal
.sj : : survey country ture of England Literatureof take stock in all the Mississippi 7 lef evr of these Indians I think it would be
,:!.t- ; Mary's, and including the same, with a ; Contemporary them ,to extent Louisiana 6 state to decide for itself; and if < pursuit ,

.; .; view to obtain the moot eligible route for a America; Contemporary Literature of ability. Virginia 15 keep the states together, we must leave to advisable for yon to bring more men a jeis

. t;. I canal, admitting the transit of boats, to connect Germany ; Contemporary Literature of SEC. 2. Provides thai the ability of the North Carolina 10 every state this power of deciding for itself certainly ought not to think of going there
the Atlantic with the Gulf of Mexico State to take stock, lie ascertained by dividing "I think I never wrote you' a word before
i. ,
.i France.CUEERoATs.We. Tennessee J2' with less than 30 or 40 men; and it will be
:;: I and also with a view to ascertain the practicability tbe appraised 'alue of our internal 12 upon politics. I shall not do it agin. J
';'i.' ;:: of a ship can a!." This survey have tested the quality improvement fund by tie number of miles Missouri Kentucky 9- only say love your country,and necessary to leave a gar o 8 or 10 men
of Plank Road cnumera\ed\ in the first sec- and when men to persuadeyou here' a well as on side. Tear &
c: t, : was made by MIJ. P. H. Perrault, of the of bunch of Cheeroats handed Arkansas 4 country; attempt
,.. : Topographical Engineers, assisted by several a politely us tion, shewing the numberofdollars per mile, to get into a quarrel with the laws of now several of your men sick, tt
ks: ::; : t. other officers, and his report was returned by Mr. Payne, Druggist, of this place, and that the State is able to subscribe. Illinois Indiana 13 11 other states, tell them that you mean to are here are quite sick, and I bare heard
find them SEC. 3. Provides that the State subscription mind and advise themto others across the Lake.
In own
.4 !: in 1828. One of the routes surveyed was a remarkably pleasant Segar. Michigan 6 your business'
: :=;'.:.' 1' from the St. Marys to the St. Marks, a distance addition to this desirable quality of the arti- shall be paid in lanIs to be assigned by Wisconsin 5 -- -- mind theirs. you are a free I remain yours,
estimated at 183 miles the summit the Governor, and taken by tbe company at man ; you possess good principles you have : Very respectfully,
:;? : k : cle itself, they have been selling low at Mr.Payne's their value. Iowa 4 ; JOHN HOUSTON.
...l'f .: level on this route was found to be 152 appraised Texas 4 a large family to rear and provide-for by
*I. .; : .: feet above low water on the Atlantic coast, and are well worthy the attentionof SEC. 4lh. Provides that whenever the California 4 your labor. Be thankful to the Government 'luConservatorn please copy.]
tu.'I.' 9 j and it was found that the whole amount of those who "indulge." stock in any of the proposed roads shall be :. 3 which does not oppress you, which does
.": ,".. S ascent- and 'descent would be 296 feet, but all taken except the amount provided for Florida -- -- not bear you down by excessive taxation, The Fugitive Detrne.The

; ; there were no feeders for a canal to be Mr. GrUwoItP :Ulaileal EntertainmentThis the State the Governor diall subscribe the 232 42 22 but which holds out to you and to yours Philadelphia correspondent of

.\.,', t found. A second proposed route was from residue in the name of tin State. : to a choice, 149. the hope of all the blessings which liberty, Baltimore Sun, of the 7th ins ., te
: .' "'': tbe foik of Black Creek to the mouth of the gentleman repeated bis musical en. SEC. 5th. Provides that tbe Slate shall I Necessary industry and security may give. John Taylor case of George Bordley, claimed t) T.
,.. '. : into the tertainment have such voice in the afairs of the company :. thank God morning and evening- that lq
Santaflee, which empties Suwan. on Monday night last, agreeably North Carolina. tive by Andrew Pierce; of Cecil
/.'s.\.: nee ; the distance 78 miles, and the summit to announcement. Though suffering entitle as it the to. number of shires" 'it owns will you were torn in such a countr. John Maryland, came up for argument before

; level 126 feet. Here again there is a defieiency under tbe effects of severe indisposition and The bill should enuncralc roads fromPensacola : We find in The Raleigh (N. C.) Standard Taylor, never Give write kindest me remembrance" uponpolitics Commissioner In graham at noon to-day-

iii ship canal.of water All the for other feeders routee sufficicnt examined for a cold, Mr. G. gave high gratification to the to Milton, thence to Ucheanna, the Message of Gov. Reid to the Legislature, your wife and children my ; and when you look to David for Paul the Brown, Esq., the regular counsel

, ,,Iw t&_- were deemed impracticable, chiedy from a audience present, consisting of a number of thence to Marianna, thence to Quincy thenceto now in session. The Governor earnestly from your eastern windows upon the graves of anti-slavery society identity, appeared of (

f. !, sufficiency of water to feed the canal.! ladies and gentlemen. With fine Tallahassee, tbence to Monlicello, thence recommends the by the constitution. of my family, remember that he who is the bebal theJugitY.-Te. Mr.' te
compassof Madison passage ,
: ; The is of the to thence to Jasper, thence to Alligator author of this letter must soon follow themto wel
following a summary examination voice, and a proper conception of the thence to JaCkS vie. From Pen. al majority of the amendment to the State another world. merely that the object of the society

ti : : spirit of his selections, lie cannot fail on sacola to the Slate line f to Apa. Constitution, which passed at the I last ses be represented was not opposition to the
..4 ." 4_ "The coast on tbe Gulf of Mexico between lachicola, from Tallahassee to New Port, sion. "DANIELVEBSE. law but to protect those unlawfully held'in.
:_i. ?., Tampa Bay and Apalacbe Bay cannot :- any occasion to gratify the musical ear, and thence to Monticello, frobi Madison to Alligator Mr. Webster's Disease. bondage against unjust, claims.-Where, as
be approached by vessels drawing more {please tbe heart by the zest given to bis from Alligator jlo Newnansville, "The Constitution," he says, "as it now in this case, the claimant produces

-.L than five feet water In this latter bay 8 lighter songs. We regret that from indispoSition thence to Ocala, thence through Hernando stands, prohibits every man who does not We understand that at a recent meeting of I i witnesses to prove the claim rpble

_ _ feet can be Carried at high tide to St.MarksBesides Mr. Griswold is compelled to foregoan C. H., to Tampa. From'jOcala to ; own fifty acres of land from voting in the a medical society, some of the more striking identity of the no obstacle will be
the'ridge of the peninsula of Florida intention of from Pilatka to Nevvnansrille, Piatk Senate. This provision, it is believed, disfranchises results of the examination were stated, and thrown in his fugtiv fugitive w accordingly
has a mean elevation of 150 feet above visiting Tallahassee for tbe Levy C. H. From St. Augustine to Picola- in the Senate about one hal of formed the subject of an interesting scien- remanded into the custody of_his
_ H tbe ocean and ils top does not offer, at any purpose of giving a series of entertainments.The ta, from Jacksonville to Nassau C. H., and the free white men of the State, title discussion. The cerebral organs were master. -
place, either natural reservoirs heads of braces in its proscription a large class, who, I
or other roads either of these in of the known
: any in or very largest capacity,.exceed
} \ pilots at the St. John's bar tea i in of
streams adequate to the supply of a canal have recently addition thereto, which experienceof point merit, intelligence and patriotism, ing, by thirty per centum, the DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT.-A melancholy
\. 'Jt hating very large dimensions. Therefore a met with a prize, in tbe shape (and members would suggest desirable and are not inferior to any portion of our popu weight of the human brain and with average only occurrence happened on the 2d instant to a

tt t1.. :\ ship canal, destined to connect, through the the reality) of a fine large Whale, which practicable. The whole of those a enumerated lation. The proposition to take from two exceptions, (Cuvier and; the pic-nic party of ladies .and gentlemen who
.. .' .!;; ueninsula,; the Atlantic with the Gulf 01 missed his bearing, and entered the St. Johns above, would not exceed 1000 miles in the landholders their just rights, but to elevate largest o! which there is any Depuytren record. ) is were crossing Cassadaga Lake frm'So-
I ; Mexico, is not practicable. another meritorious class of our peopleto ton, in a scow boat and a
4-: .' river, and in seeking outlet of length. Now estimating the Internal Improvement also worthy of remark, that a ,well market skj' wr
.r'P..i:.0.. t The harbor of Tampa! Bay is the only an escape, fund to be worth 1500,000, this equal privileges at the ballot box. It {.is elusion upon the Arachnoid membrance was fire persons in the skiff in tie'
... :t.t-:'... 1 t. i one on the Gulf coast suitable, either by location I became more deeply involved in the meshes would enable the State to subscribe $500 per a marked feature in the progress of this reform discovered in these although scow In consequence' the breaking of

.,.;X...'; .P: or accessibility! depth of water or of "inland navigation." He is statedto mile to each road. Plank Roads, it is per. that a great portion of the freebolders there were no investigtions of ; a rw.lo in the skiff, the ladies were fright

,:,< .# : safety, for tbe terminus of a ship canal. be about 70 feet in length, and his sumed, can be built in Florida for an aver with a commendable regarded lesion during Mr. Webster's life-time. It ay is ad upset it. Those in the other boat,
:..: 'k There 24 feet low tide cost of $1200 mile thus the this as a question of principle and in their panic, rushed to the side of the boat
"i 'I .1 are some al over the value is variously estimated. This age per any of supposed to have been caused by,his severe
; : I bar and we sup could built of right, and among them were fouud its and upst'it also, both being at a disc
. 4t.t1.r. ; : outer ; ample depth thence, say 8 proposed be by individual fall from his carriage in Kingston last spring
O. miles the bArat pose, will depend much upon the skill with stock roas earliest advocates and most zealous support of forty rods,from were
to the mouth of the Manatee subscribing $700 per mile, to- It is a remarkable physiological, fact, that te'sbor.
IL t "t. rirer. This river is the most available which the takers secure the valuable partsof gether with the $500 provided by the State ers. an injury that would have impaired the: intellect no other boats at ba the lake w
.. ';t1c; ; r one emptying into the bay. The bar at its this piscatorial king. The proposal to call a Convention for the i if not at once caused death, in anoth rough The fire in th'e"a however -

'li :::1' ; Ii I I: month is narrow, composed of sand, can be SIR JOHN FRANKLIN.-The news of "open purpose of effecting this reform meets" his er,"should in this instance hare been attended were saved ladies, but of with scow the,
; .t..l :. easily excavated, and has/ 9 feet water at The Newt and Ancient City both expressthe water in Wellington Channel," just brought hearty disapprobation. "Tbat mode he declares -. with so little external evidence of 8 important bo seven young after were drwne per-
; t low tide; the tide rises about 3 feet. to : to vital tnbo svr
'f England by the Prince Albert an injury a,
..;;.;,. No coasting' vessel passing through this wonderful opinion that the election of impractible, and adds : orn. endeavoring to care of
: '
b canal ot the Gulf Gen. Pierce insures tbe of the have animated every bosom wilh renewed "The constitutional ,be the others. The ladies were all from sixteen
, ;{; : to any: ports need draw security majority cannot
': -.r. .q1!f; t I more than 16 feet, and ships pas.q'lg can Union. It will undoubtedly stop the clamors hope that the mystery which hangs about obtained in favor of a Convention; and, i if Reminiscences Sir.Webster-The to twenty years of ae. Bat two of

, i :, t I readily afford to wait fur the tide at the ter. against the Union of who the fate of the missing navigators is at length the fate of this question is made to depend Poetry of his Nature the bodies hare a ye rcvr Th&
rC:: t'i. : : minus. Therefore an excavation of four many in a fair to be found. Alleys upon calling a Convention, its defeat may be It'will name of those lot .were Mi E.M..
way be
,.r f since were actuated much are now recollected that Mr. Webster's Goodrich of Ithaca Miss
! i' : or fire feet would give ample water on this years .quite as by regarded as certain." Pbien o
:: (:'.l:;;, ;, f k. bar. The tanks ofthe river sufficiently faction against a Whig administration ''as ; fixed upon Sir Edward Belchewho, at last He)is earnest, in,his ,appeal in' favor 'of considerable continuance in Mr..Tyler's the cabinet of cus Rndolpb. Lucy and Cel Heel of D.

:' 1 tS !. f,! bold to admit of the elevation of the water they were' by disaffection to the Union. The, dates, was pushing his way up the channel, improving Common Schools'of the(State, his old political shyne'associates towards part him., After lanti Cba.rlottf of Delanti Moor Alice Stkto(M
: 6 feet above low tide and 9 .feet with expectation of D
probably with '
.. :t4tv i Whig administration' of 'the nnd every proceeding and advises the a brief period the illustrious; statesman '
(' : ; 'f-I by construction of"a dam and lock. Af- way, out material appointment:of a Genera lanti, and James Wilcox of Cassadaga, te
': '", ; .''i'j B' _- 1 'ter entering the .river, we have an average tbe offices to be disposed of, they will be interruption' the Superintendent; We are gratified that. he concluded the cebrated': treaty with Eng boatman.-Boston Adv r.
Albert for
land him world-wide
::1'I lr. i tl i j depth of about 8 feet, 4 for the first 12 able ,to endure the Union, with all its let.PROPAGAION has grounds for speaking as follows : wbibwn. "a one' of our most renown. *' COBA COTTON.-The editor

\ miles. The |proposed 'dam"would increase "curses." GospEL. The total '"Our common school 'unctur olth"Hv
..f 01 TiE system, however, prominent gave splendid banquetat DdiMMarin4' says
I Fa : 'V: this to from 14 to 16 feet, making very little rOn income of the .Society for Propagation imperfect as it is, .is producing lasting and which'were a large num1er' of Senators a boll of cotton'superior to'anyproduced jliagevet
L excavation necessary; for in many places in the:d inst. elec'ors were chosen by beneficialeflects. It ,will and It
improve the isorlytobocompared
'S. 'this distance hue from of the: Gospel in foreign parts las ,including a"'we members'olhe Representa on. islad.
we 2 to 3 fathoms )
; the t islat ri of South year advance in and '
r experience increase in had just Sea island ,being
commenced to ,
: \ ina'to cat popu tivs. ince
( ff
at low water. This section of the
brings us to and letter
a jubilee royal "
:: :. ,-rn the her rotes. ,for(: ,President, &c.- They -are : part lation. During the past year, upward' of when the dignified form of Webster waiseenTentering long an4seyeaiiicfrcumferenCe, .loJr.
admirably adapted to construclicn of and balance was
a colectons J147,746. one hundred and twenty-eight thousand dol the he advanced and i ty;not
: silky very "
wblte .
lock, which 'would raise the level 12 feet Messr. Memminger Buchanan Brockman, lay : Jarortanda I
'missionaries 'lars were frornthe his
Literary Fund big lur saxnle l taken
: :: .. ;!:4r, : higher. The channel of the canal ',in! this, AdS Alleton, Marshall l, Porter, and Cam students, '1 of teaherS: arong' dlstlb1ted counties 'ofthe: State, eye some'of those who, recogniz bad be. select in,a- field.

;: !:\ "' 1! ectio J would paw through a species of re8l tion against the compromise measures North America; West Indies; G aina, ,South an :equal amount will' be'-distributedduring mg'doubtles, alienated from him. On"the many other "a'"lt

\ :: i ,, Shard 'clay, affording a substantial basis. waslai4 l cm'the"table. Africa, ,India,/Ceylon) Borneo, Australia, the present' rear., The. principal of instant parialy, sprung'a Miss CATHABINB ,HuE i
): 'I' '..From this the land rises New Zealand distnguishepatriotc
: point gradually, Tamama Seychelles/Tristan. the funds but, slowly Senator' from: one' ent at sails Otbr
i.i'. ; mtil it obtains ani elevation of from 40 to The Electors hare cast the vote of. tbe cultries re now the seat. of 22 ;dio- and is gradually productive.increasing As yet, who exclaimed, lar Suter where Naat hs, been ofer $50 0 fo q

';J: }. ;;t }.jU feet abort low Jil1ej; here wcfind flat State for Pierce i' nu&King: ceses. there ba been nothing actually received frommnluuL Sttes$ntimnt to propose-"Getem. At !t- engagement. t'ei s"BI: f c !,

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1:1 State Florida. The, Presidential.'vote-m the following Sale.BY 8Ut."or Florid IK -
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v counties stands as follows: VT Juet'and decree of the the Easteacieuit. D.' .atJ' iW'VADJ I O'I h

PROCLAMATIONiFORADAYOF; 'For 8e&tL :For Pierce.St. : Circuit of the CHANCERY.. .

THANKSGIYlNa:AND'..PRAISE.Uove'rrior -John county, 97 140 the State,of.Florida for the Cout of Dnval for William Cheever."vs. ., ( : ME. I WOULD e the& of ysk1u .
foreclosure of stock
a .execution my Bandages, eo'isidta
A-:';' f-! Q A BRowS. Orange county 36 '35, for the sale ,of .the mortgaged&property&.therein la part or Shoulder M.siiefcAbJcmlsBii, I

of said State St..Lucie county,' _1 7 mentioned del'e.l and&deb leied duly and issued and expose t m Ellen William A., B e1rugh.'wdow"Ud, & o 5 T.Supporters above,Ute do.the.AbdomiaafCovprMsovt.nlebrated Horns of C.

TITHEREAS ibateeome ,a custom in se. pblio.outrJ.: before wi of tho Brockcnbrotrh, Arthur S. Broekenbrongh, Tho New and R a Packets between Vanhan & Co.,of Philadelphia,and fo '
If in this State to observe annually a day anre.on Monday the sixth Thomas W.Broekenbrongh,Ger L. Broekenbrongh New York, composed ity of material and workmanship,str* .

of General,Thanksgiving and Praise, ,lorthe'ma'nf Charles Do Waal, :Auctioneer, day of December that piece or parcelof ,"George' S. Mary it by the new. and t, Mil,i euled.by any maol.UM UniUd!
laud situate in Duval Hawkins, wife W.", 1 I
county lying bdwee hs Tom BreD Joseph Grle: ns.'AJtDGERS O a varied
blessings and favors vouchsafedby JACKSONVILLE the forks of Black W. 2 ,,Cm' "Tms-e e
Creek in Section .. ad of which are offered low
iL Jersey J. very
ALMIGEITYGODd, ring the past year; Sale in anT part of the County' attended to,, Township Five, Range Twenty-four; South and 'children of John W. Brockenbroogh decea. Oa 16 tns, a ROGERS, cash.. a JOHN M. 4

and, whereas, nearly all the States of the and respectfully solicited. East, being all lot number,two, and part of 'Lucy B. Muwe.Elisabeth 5..-Mawell. will ply,regularly between the; oct23 PAYNE
Union have adopted this Christian and November Hth 1852. tf lot nnmbr three in said Section,and bounded on mon $ Chaplin Sims, widowand Agent in New YnrkJOSEPH -, -_'_' -
the by the highway and the admx.of William, IL Sims dtnnaacd. dRICE SAMUEL /
section line Mar .IO.YTtLa.e
His Auction Rooms Store-house lor.h
pious custom, and have agreed to set apart I and are kepton ,Sections twelve and tha Mason Sims and another infant .Agents'in War
the last Thursday in November as an Annual i Bay Street near the principal market; where East and South by Black Creek"thirtn. on the) William W. Sims, whose name i unknown to Jacknvlle. OV. ( 01 foe Firm of 8..'1 H.yt 4 c
be keeps on hand at all seasons of the year on Prong BSBEE I eavanRak, It
Festival, to be observed by all the,good : the most reasonable terms family Groceries and and on the West by land belonging to complant. Agent in Oa -
people of tbis Nation : Provisions, for cash or country Dillon and containing about sixty acres. Also It appearing to the satisfaction of this Cou. R. L DUKE.Allgoodsdirectedtotheircarewrnieprompuy. WOULD announce t his fr&h.
froduce. ,
lot number two,three and four of fractional Sec by affidavit made and filed this cause, \ to c
Now,therefore, I,THOMAS BROWN, Gov- Goods sent to Subscriber on Commission either number Fourteen in Township number Five. fendants ArthurS. Broekenbrongh i and Thomas forwarded. 149 East Bay,where he i prepared&do a :

ernor of the State of Florida, do according attended for private to and or auction amounts disposal speedily, will forwarded.-be quickly and Range number Twenty-four South and East, H. Brookenbrongh, and John W..Broekenbrongh September 4th, 1832. era Commission Bt. and fnb&0 I
containing one hundred and twenty acres and six infant children of John W. 2t times any the -
ly appoint and proclaim THURSDAY, the : f. No 0 SU
Subscriber has been known in this communityfora Brockenbrougbt'd. that 1-
hnndreths of said lands the ceased may be wanted, for usual
ty an aero, being same Margaret Chaplin .
25th day of November next, as a day of number of years as auctioneer and otherwise.He mortgaged by Benjamin Frisbee to Isaac J Mos. Sims, and other infant child of W. Charleston and Florida Line. well A receive and ell the same. .I .

Public) Thanksgiving and Praise ; and I do offers no recommendations but desires that on the nineteenth day of April, A. 1). and: Sims deceased,reside out of the Wii Flor myself! that all business entrusted. p

invite the people of this State, on that day, inquiries should be made regarding himself of by said Isaac J Moses assigned to Jacob J.Moses, ida beyond jurisdiction of this Court, but in The Splendid New Faeket-cteamer shall riyench attention a*will.statlar
suspending their usual avocations, to assem- any Commercial House at the place of his resi and levied upon, and will be sold to satisfy said the U silted States, and tht defendants, Lucy FLORIDA I manifestation of their rood will, not doabUvr i
dence. CHARLES DEWAAL. Judgment, Decree and Execution in favor of said Broekenbrongh George and tha my acquaintance Wit northern '
ble in their respective places of nublic wor- Jacob J.Moses. Also at the same time and I.Hawkins. wife, reside lawk8._ Mar CHARLES,WILLEY, COJIMASDKK, market will la to do &.&It 1.

ship, and, humbly acknowledging that infinite For Sale. will bo sold by virtue of a Judgment and "la. cut in the Slate of Florida, and that defendants, IS now'running regularly on the and bttr many. '
goodness and mercy which has crown- of the Circuit CourtofDvacountYt for the foreclosure Gorge L. Broekenbrongh, Ellen A Broeken Line between Charleston, and AL.Dar in Butter,C Plaster,Mar

ed the closing entreat in behalf of our- A TURPENTINE PLANTATION, containing of a tnerin men Lucy B. Maxwell, Elisabeth V. Ma- ;! ni the St. John's river. ment.1m.,aD
year 1142 acres of as excellent a quality tioned and described duly issued and decreed, well,V. Mael. and Simon Mawell. in The following Schedule ha been adopted,which And Mahin.M..t.
selves and this wide.spread Republic a con- as any in East Florida for the above business.- the 24th day of May 1852,and to me delivered, I the Gruit of the of Florida: shows the hu of and at the north and south,a weU .Silas
tinuance of the same, and the forgiveness of There is on the place a comfortable dwelling have levied upon and will for sale at pub It is therefore ordered that said defendt residing various deprtu ire-proof Safes, Georgia and French Burr Mill

ALMIGHTY GOD for our many individual' house Negro quarters new, &o. 80,000 Boxes lie outcry four eps in the State of Forida. the Lave Charleston Tuesday at 3 o'clock p.M. Stones; all of which will be furnished oa. M

and national sins. already in use beside a considerable quantity of Moses ( uegoes. aged about 25. Easter Circt. do answer the bill JaksonvleVednesy,at 3 o'clock r... notice,and at manufacturers'J ci
trees suitable for Mill logs with a large quantityof Samson, do do do 40. in the cause within two months Leave PicobtVednesday., 7 o'clock p. M. Cub paid at all times fO ,Gr Salt**
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto Lightwood. The above lands are between Tamer do female do 3. from the data of the publication of this order JEIKING..r and Dry Hide. Uw and Sheep ( ;*

net my band,and caused lobe affixL. Moncricfs and :Six Mile creeks and from 4 to 5 Kate do do do : and that thedefendanta residing beyond the lim Leave Palatka Thursday,at 7 o'clock A. .. Furs, Uelwa Rags,Hop CattlnesTSet,Ia f

[ S.] ed the great seal of the State of miles of the Town of Jacksonville.The Clary, do do do its of the State of Flod.but in the jurisdictionof Leave l>eolt Thursy. at 10 o'clock A.M. Tanned Seed,and in I FloridaMoss.the Also,-S&.

Florida at the Capitol in Tallahassee subscriber wishing to sell from his inability Sid negroes being the same Mortgaged by Wil the United Sttes. appear and answer the Leave at I o'clokp.M. Lathe rough. .
to attend to the business. For terms apply Haddock to Horace O. Moss and Daniel C. same, within from the date of thepublication Leave Jacksonville Friday, at 3 o'clock A. M. of Terml invariably. Roe& .
this 18th day of October, to HENRY HOLLAND. Ambler,the day of March 1849, and levied cf this order or that sad bill be The accommodations for passengers are unsurpassed Savannah geuerly. sep 1 -

A.D., 1852. Jacksonville. E. F., Nov. 18, 1852. upon and 2 sold to satisfy said Judgment, taken for confessed against them. '. by those of any boat ever placed on the Jacksonville Female '

.. THOMAS BROWN. (Q9The Wilmington Herald [law4t] and Dcree.and Execution,in favor of said floraco And it is farther ordered tht publication of St. John s. Freight and passage &low as by Itt. is -
copy other line. MISS P. SWART AND MRS.
in any
this bo made
Governor of Florida send bill to this office.NEW and Daniel C. Ambler. order some paper, published 1jI
i I II GEO. H. SMITH in Jacksonville,in Duval County once Any farther information can be obtained by applying ASSOCUTK .IU CPU 51 1 1
the Governor. Attest I
By : BUTCHERY. Jacksonville, Oot. 28, 1852. Sheriff. a week for the space of four to either of the undersigned agents. ml FOURTH YEAR IDtU 3-
C. W. DOWNING, II THOMAS DUGLAS. Judge, &o.&c. I J. W. CALDWELL, Charleston. J wi emmenc O the 20th of Ibracethodifferentageesind
Secretary of State. THE SUBSCRIBER takes occasion to reI VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL STAT FLRIA, I BELLECHASSE & FINNEGAN, tast. el&ls arranged so ..
I his thanks to his former friends for the County of Dval. J : Jacksonville. capacities the pupils -
I liberal bestowed him when PROPERTY FOR SALE. R. R. Palatka. and thus progressively their -.44
very patronage on I, Isidore Clerk of the Circuit Court REI. promote IW
ARRIVALS OF PASSENGERS.By in the Executors of the late Col. John II. September 23, lectnal improvement,' and .
Business.He to
previously engaged Butchering THE for said County do hereby certify that the fore- 182. t a I.
Steamer IVm. Cation, Nov. 10.-Mrs also takes the opportnnity to state that ,. .. offer for sale and are ready to order is a true and correct of an or- thorough instruction in dtpartcwaU
Urower, 2 children; Mrs E C Ward; Miss L A receive applications for the purchase of all hid gig on file in office. copy FOR of literature and science. _
Beardsley, Miss II Brewer, II Burton W F He will recommence said Business at the real and personal proprty. consulting of a quantity in Witness my whereof I have hereuntoset PBU.AnEB Mahemtclnsction will continued W

Ward,FH Johnson J J Fuller M Thornton J Jacksonville Market, of 1 Mules Uxeni my hand and affixed the Seal PHILADELPHIA Teaher. b
P Douse M B Bloodgood,J B Fullring and lady I Corn, Fodder and about 221 : & I The .' and Drawing
from this date; and he again icspectfully solicits :5lves. a FL. 8.] of said Court, on this eleventh ANDSAVANNAH 7 Department .
N Miller, J C Bruce U Hunt H Drurey Miss the patronage of his former customers and the which are on the plantation Burlngton. day of October A.D., 1832.ISIDORE under the direction of Prof. Des Roehers.w .
Wells Mrs. A V.Williams Miss M W Craig, public pledging himself that he will use Duval county Florida. The Slaves V. GARNIE, Steam Musical Instruction will be given to the PapQs
Jtliss M R Craig. J 1' Craig, II 11 Williams H effort to accommodate and please and to furnisha every in I body or in families; and the lands in various Clerk Circuit Court County.Oct. NaTiatol Company.The of this Institution by any of the Professors of that I

M Sadler G W Clinch, G Houston, J C Lee, 11Bachcklcr choice article of Beef. tracts and quantities to suit purchasers 14 4m Dva Science in Jacksonville ; the leaving ioptona .
and 1 deck.MARINE diagram of which, exhibiting the localities may new and splendid side-wheel steam .hip with the parent Pcp .de tt t' .
: He will sell at the old price-6 j cents per be seen upon application at the plantation to OF GEORGA. of 1200 tons register, t. I
Benjamin Wilson, Esq., Agent or to either of F. CLAY BARRET Captain i. E commenced her regu
INTELLIGENCE.? pound.He Commissioner for lar and Savannah Wednesday, TERMS,(PATABLE 1:ADVAN .)-For one quarter, Li
the subscribers. Among the real estate a large Acknowledg trip willleuve on
Arrived. also expects in a few days to be butchering and elegant dwelling house are situated in the lent 01 Deed the of June.and every alternate Wednesday eleten weD ;

Nov.12.-Schr Bloomer Treat Matanzos.: Sheep and Hogs when he will furnish to the city of St. Augustine fronting the public square.Also And other Instruments of Writing to bo used in thereafter-say on the 16th and 30th June Orthography, Ueang. Writ ,& j
Brig Joan Tyler. Market good Pork and Mutton. ,a steam Saw Mill and site, with the buildings the States of 14th and 28th July, 10th and 23th August, and so Grammar $4 r
,and History, 6 "
The subscriber has who ia Geography
Schooner Forre t, Cole, Boston. secured a partner connected with it. This mill is S5-horso on.
well in the business to furnish Cattle NEW TORE AND PENNSYLVANIA.OcfOffice Cabin to MatheJatic and the higher branches
Brig L. Wash Wood, Port Prince. power works two of upright saws and one Piadehia. $25 I
13.-Schr Lacellic, L11f'ki1) New York. aud who will furnish them as low as theycan circular edger saw.gags There no better mill in with E. L. Harrison & Co., Jacksonville Through Tickets 2 The French English Lteratu SCO :
be had, and thus enable to offer at the 1 LD ge. ,- 600
us Steerage,
N Y. either in frame-work. Attached
Florida Oet.l4t
BrigTorno, Berry, machinery or Forida. Drawing and 1)lting. -, 6
old reasonable rates.
Madagascar, Griffin do. JOHN D. to it is a substantial and commodiou This ship has been built with entir regard to Music, from $10 to $15 for lessons. 0
Schr Rio Coffin do. McKINLEY MILLS.for wharf alongside of which any vsscl can safety coiufoft and dispatch and offers new and An additional of 2 cents fuel,will
16.-Schr Ii W Wellington Wells N Y. November JOHN D.IS-lm McKINLEY& BEN pa the St. John's river bar may lie and load. REMOVAL. admirable facilities to busineS( and travel. For also bo made to each charge patron for ortK quarter fo ,doringtho .
Brig Osion Upton, Boston. situated at thc mouth of Dbctor's Lake, on freight or passage, apply to winter.aeksonvilIe.
Brig Susan Small Small Boston. the St. John's river, opposite to Mandarin about MOODY & BOCL.TER would inform their PADELFORD FAY & CO., September 1st,1852. '
Brig Ozark Lord New York. MAYPORT MILLS, E. F., 14 miles above Jacksonville, and 25 miles below arid the public that they have AgenU in Savnh. A

Schr Gov Sam Watson, N Y. October 22d, 1852. Picolata. A large body of pine timbered land is removed their Stock of Goods to the new building, HERON & MARTIN Brandy, Vine ,

17.-Brig Horace Greeley Chare 2V Y. UNDERSIGNED offers that well near by from which saw logs may be had, and One Door East of the Store of Ambler & July 8-tf Agents in Philadelphia. O LD Dupuy & Co's "e ,
THE which was purchased by the proprietor for that
Schr Enterprise Gordon Cotton Plantation, situated on SIIEItltYWDE--av'erysuperIoraztIc1. I
Pablo Creek eight miles from St. John's Bar, purpose. The Mill is new, and has only been in Hoeg, BUFFINGTON HOUSE, MADEIRA do. do. do. ,.. ,
operation five months-was stopped in conse- where they arc now opening a large and elegant OLD PORT JUICE. 4,
OF LETTERS remaining in the Post and adjoining the Diego Plains, so celebrated for JACKSONVILLE, EAST FDORIDA.
LIST quence of the death of the and is now assortment df PRIME HOLLAND GIN.
at Jacksonville East Florida November their extensive range for cattle and horses. This poprietor.
in working order. it may inspectedby The above of of the best i I
12th, 1832. plantation consists of twelve hundred and fifty wer purchased one
NEW GOODS PROPRIETOR of this well known
any person wishing to purchase.on application houses in
THE York aud warranted superior.
acres, six hundred and fifty of excellent ham-
A. L. to the Agent Benjamin Wilson, .sq.JACOB Carefully selected to suit the market and is pleased to announce to his old July For sale JOHN M. & '
mock four hundred and thirty is under cultivation comprising 2
; by PAY .
Apbeve.William Long, D J WALDBKRG, patrons, and those visiting the "Sunny South"ior .
B. Lord Isaac and the residue is uncleared.A BENJ. A. PUTNAM. health or pleasure, that JUST RECEIVED,.per Schooner Jersey Oak.

Baker,.J. Wayle Lee JohnLowther I further recommendation is unnecessary as Executors of John A COMPLETE STOCK OF- His House has undergone a thorough reno- (Ibs Ground Zinc,much superior to U
the place is so well known, and the inducementfor .
Sumner W Esther and Groceries White
Baker, or Sept. 16th, 1852.! Fancy Family ;
selling wish to retire from planting. 2tNOW vation, La\&decpr
heirs a _
Brewn J 800 lbs Pure .
Corn and
Barren Robt Lacy CatharineBatchelder (OtJ-For): terms apply to Col. Henry T. Titus, LANDING from schooner Plube A. ProvIsions Hay, Flour and ha been well fitted up to sit the most fastidious Ginger Wine-the best a.t d.bO- -
SamlBurnsed. Lyon II at Jacksonville or to the undersigned on the and for sale low: Fancy Staple Dry ; having most of his ity and Dyspeptic mse; t.
PollyBlackburn. M. place. They will be made easy to the purchaser. Flour in barrels and half do. Clothing, Bod's' and Shoes; FURNISHED WITH NEWFURNITURE Chrome Yellow; Chrome ao..; Brown' ,. ,

E P Masters, John EDW. HOPKINS. Hams,Mess Pork, Cod Fish, Irish Hats and Caps; ENTIRE. Blistering T1; Adhesive Flatten t
Jos \V Miner FW Provisions and stock with planting utensils Potatoes Lard With
Badger Onions Powder Hay. Sadlery; The also many &C
the .
Proprietor secured services ofa
Baker. Amy E Madden JohnMiddleton will be sold on the place. Oct. 2 JAS. LIVINGSTON,Ag't. Furniture ha Stock complete. a
Allen J \2 H G. ; lady of long standing and reputation a a All of which are offend lowest
Brinkly, %Register Mobile Ala. Courier, Charleston -
; Glass and Earthenware He will to make a U
Robt Morse, JohnT Crockery, ; House-Keeper. spare pains rates, CA U.
Barren, ,and Sentinel Tallahassee, will publish oncea Two Hundred and Twenty-five this House one of the best in Florida, and FOB "
Bishop Jas C Mastin James 2McEmerson week nntil forbid and send bills to this office. Dollars Reward. Hardware and.Cutlery; by keeping a good and giving hop JNO. M PAYE.
Fisher It StiLman Hollow hoae. h Jacksonville.
Bracket Jacksonville November llth, 1852. tf Ware; attention prna Aug.
Booth,Richard Mitchell.John QA RANAWAY from the Subscriber about to !, to merit and te 19t .D
Boothe Wm Jackson MeAmee D the 1st of June lost a negro man DamedNED. Woodenar; patronage of the public.He Tobacco, Cigars tt Suu.Tb !
Tin Ware respectfully solicits a call from his friends
C. McLoud Norman between twenty-five and thirty ; e. above articles, of the
Conners Edmund 2 Moore Jas S years of age, about six feet high rather Cord geStationery and Travellers generally. hand and for sale low nrl.
Isaac of a bright color has down A lae and extensive Livery Stable is attached -
Carter, O. square bui. copper a ; to House. July 2 JOHN M PAY
look to. No other marks
Carter Francis Oneal George reollect Drugs and Medicines; The Western Stage loaves the House soon. after '- '
ed. Said boy is plausible fellow. 1
Crocket, Herman N O'Connor bdmonjp a CLINCH HOUSE.THE
and Oils the arrival of the boat.
Isaiah L says he can and will get a man to taks him off, laint ; .
Chipman D. Perkins, Benjamin 1 will pay two hundred dollars reward for the apprehension Liquors, &c. &e. SAMUEL BUFFINGTON. fptf r

Davis Egea Plumer, J WVeUay.llenjamil1 of any white man with proof sfficientto Which they offer CIEAP FOE CASH. Being convinced PROPRIETOR. having SUSCRBE JjyrflTTimithe
Pontz Obit convict him of tampering with the boy and that the only vay for a merchant to sell September 23, 1852. (News copy 6m) aov House, would respeetniiy so

howling %V. 2 It. twenty-five dollars for the delivery of said boy to cheap is to aiopt the cash system, they Cow Deer Sheep Otter licit te prongoUh.public. Tkerearo df
Daniel B F Ross, AlphonseVm Piano Forte and Music Store me, four miles south of Groverive. or to some Goo sell for CASH ONLY. Trusting thatan Hides Coon, Skins at this 1
Dregors SimeonDardis Robinson Frank 2 safe jail so that I can hi. also pay examination of otr merchandise and prices several of the some with fire pl

It Rone, Dinnah all proper expenses that may in convoying will convince customers that the cash systemis BEES A. Wool, Taow. &c., and all is within one hundred and !of the Pe
M. FOLSOM Dealer in Pianos Church the boy to jail or to premises. Persons having ou wharves. The
F. Roberts, Thos G 2 L my more for their benefit than our own, we invite knd purchased, Office and undersigned ia
Fletcher.Joseph S. and Parlor Seraphines and Melodeons seen him will please address A. Vann Groo- them to call on us. for which the highest market prices will be for Gen.Scott's four horse Coach and two bores t a

Floyd,John Farw-h ez, George Accordeons Guitars Violins Sheet Music and versville, Georgia. MOODY & BOULTER. paid, or leather given in exchange, by Hack Mail lines,both leaving for Ocala semi-week a.4I
}Foster Calvin ::SmUh Frank i) 'Instruction Books, both ot the old and new way A. VANN. October 14th, 1852: 3 JOHN 1' BAUM, ly. For farther particulars apply a the ofiteea of ,
offers a large assortment of the abovenamed articles October 12, 1852. No. 286. King Street. S.C. the Jacksonville Republican and
G. Skejlon, AsaGeon from the best manufactories in the United 21.2 _ Chleston. T A IIL Nen .
J OJMX 5) '
WI Saners Joe
Geo sept23.
Grothe.. Wm 2 SmiJohn E States. Having spent twenty years in teaching $100,000 SATED !! New Fall Goods Just Received PalatkaJanuary8,1852. 1 AA't
Vocal and Instrumental Music and being tho. TJIUE SUBSCRIBER I* now
Susan Smia, A It & Co opning
Green roughly acquainted with thc abovenamed instruments JL A General assortment of Dry Agents Wanted. .
Smiil JamesKhejf'y Fletcher : r
11. STREET and
need fear the superiority of his instructions FIKE1NPEAKL Subscriber would beg leave to Paints, Oils, &c.- which
none TiE eeriest Drugs, among TO SELL THE
11 2 .
2 ,James Three Stores and their
Hani Joseph those teachers of less cultivated public that he has just received a very be in -
hail, Wm II T. contents destroyed. Deeds before words! may enueratd. LIFE OF GENERAL

higgins! Julia Turnr, Richard F ear All and orders less experience.promptly attended to. Instruments .n. .f.&tw& ..nKV. &' .A.n.A. TI".T Large and Splendid Assortment 01 Dry Blankets, Negro, Cloths, &c., .. 500 PAGES 12MO, SO. -
Hints Elisha Il Trau-rs PolcdoreThon. ELEVEN SAFES of different makers consumed Gods,
of the State. --
and sent to and Muslins
nicely packed part Ginghams ,
Hutchins MartialHannahs ..\.j, Ryall B any with their contents! The Safe made by Rica& Ready made ; BOUN -
Purchasers, and the Musical community arc Cloting Flannels Sheeting and Shirting, ILLUSTRATED WITH ,:
A Tuckn, Jobn E Ik>.defied thc flames and brought out its contobts and Shoes e
Hats and ;
invited to call and examine this stock at Linens Satinets, &c., BY EDWARD D. MANSFIELD
Harrison W D Tuck" ,Willoughby E without a mark of fire upon them A rich assortment of Monslin de Lain, American E.

Hoyt Herby Stephen A E S Tomb*' James V. 2 N'RORY'S ROOM AND,FOLSOM'S BAY STREET.FURNITURE BIB. GILBERT'S LETTER. ,Englh.and French, both plain and Cambrics Muslin,Jackonets, Swiss and dotted Many years Edia of tluJCiJIJti !',t 1
Hammons. James Van'1's.well, PVeret,1'FIa Jacksonville March 8, 18.)2. ll-6m THE FIRE IN FLETCHER AND PEARL STB., N. Y. !. Ginghams;,Calicies,fig'd and plain Alpaccas; Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, &c. THE Subscriber shortly receive from the k
Hagin GIHendrickt. : 2 NEW YORK Dec. 20, 1851. Mohair Lustres Persian Cloths; Reay-mae Clothing, an Edition of the above n _
.Elizabeth W. New and Splendid Furniture Messrs. STEARNS and MARVIN, successors to C. English Mcrinoes, We also receiving a general assortment of work,and will furnish those who wish to b. '
Henderson.Thomas \VilIiai !. U G, Mrs RIC& Co., No.146 Water Street New York.- Bombazines, Paamatt; Cloth Groceries a such as- Agent t circulate the some, on the most r

liogans,Mr Weedofc, Geo Subscribers have SIs. when the fire was consuming my place of Plain Chameleon Sil Flour, Pork Cheese trms For luther particulars and all aecss-
J. Walker, Wiley _' TIE received at Business No. 216, Pearl Street I was absent in Wide black doFlorence ; Tobacco, Coffee few bags of Java, sary inorion applicant will please address1
g- subscriber.
Jordan. II D YJonesVB.S the Furniture Room overMeRory's Rensslacr County testing a new cleaning apparatus 'do Sugar Loaf and Brown their lettrs t MANSFIELD
in connection with Excelsior Thrasher Starch &c.
Yale.J Store,a New and Splendid Lot of Fur- my Colored Sati &o. Candles, Sap. York Street New Haven _ _
Johnston J 8 York, John niture from New York in part as follows: and did not read the account until I was fearful it A very of Cashmeres, Crackers description, 13 ,C
Jones Alfred was too late to save my books which were placedin wool a Vinegar Cider, and White Wine.In pt 16t
Bureaus, Sofas, Tete a Tetes, Divans, one of your eafes, purchased from Mr. A/arviu ; embroidered &o.i
printed and
Persons applying for letters in the above list Shawls, ; Paint Notice.
wm ny they are advertised, or they may not get Ottomans, Cottage Chamber sets, some years ao. My fears were not allayed whenI Block platn. ; Lea Lamp and Linseed Oil. MONTHS after date I will present my
them MARK BU ITS P. M. Tables and Chairs of all descriptions, found it necessary upon my return to apply the Persian do' Also, Lad. and Powder. SIX and vouchers as Administrator of
NoY'J2.3t Bedsteads, Sinks and Wash Stands Croton Water 40 hours before 1 was enabled to Back ondcol'd Eiglish Silk Hose; Also, Stationer.Cap and Letter paper, the estate of CALVIN READ the-
commence operations; after which it required 54 do Gloves and Lace Mils; Sap of a kinds, Hon. Judge of Probate of de& for
&Cq. hours of labor and to raise :Salamander assortment Blank Dnl Cut
application Paris Kid Gloves- a large ; Bok. final settlement of said estate for '
OO-Another Scientific Wonder-IMPORTANT "Purchasers will d3Bell to call and examine from its ashy bed. You may judge of my Rich deep Braids, Lace Gips. other extracts, letters dismisdory. &a a1

TO DYIII'EPTICS.-Dr. J. S. 110 UGh- Stock before purchas!ng as each article will be anxiety during this dely. and my agreeable surprise Cord.and Fringes; And a Gener Assortment of Fancy C. S."EMERY, ,

TON'S PEPSIN true Digestive fluid, or sold as cheap as can bo obtained in Charleston or upon opening in the presence of a Truing.very wide; Admr.Ea of C.Read.
Gastric Juice, prepared from REN VET, or the Savannah. number of gentemen. to find my books and papers A beautiful ; For male on low terms, by Jacksonville, June 17th, '
rocRTH STOMACH or THE Ox, after directions of J. 11. McRORY saved, as they were previous to Needle-worked Collars; J. Ln.INGSTO.Agent, 18 6
Baron LIEBEO. the great physiological Chem L. FOLSOM.. tho fire. The intense heat to which the Safe wassubjected Do Cuff-bands, Chimlsettes, At Finnegon'a old Stand,Jackonve. Fla. Brought to Jail, -

ist, by / S. HOUGUTON M. Jj., Philadel- Jacksonville November 8, It52.! 11-6m can be conjectured from the conditionof Undersleoves, and L.C. Hdkffs Sept.23-tf_ copy.) the tenth of May, a Neg &'D -'
(lbia.. This is truly a wonderful remedy for IN another safe, [not a Salamander] of which 8 Needle.worked and Insertings; ON WASHINGTON. -
DIGESTION, DYSPEPSIA JAUNDICE, Stoves. Stoves. iron skeleton frame only remained,and not a vestige Linen Eging do Watches Jewelry, Olock.kc. &c. BENJAMIN SINGLETON, of Lowndea co'ty. '
LIVER COMPLAINT, CONSTIPATION of a book. They were companions in the Thread do do Ga.-about twenty years of dark
ad DEBILITY curing after NATURE'S' own McRORY & FOLSOM have also on hand same office on the second 1oor. from which they German andValencines C. D."OAK plexion, five feet four inches a. Says .
xrnioD.by inromE's OWN.. the GASTRIC a variety and assortment of Stoves fell upon crates of in the cellar the do do been runaway two I b,
JUICE. Pamphlet containing AGENT Scientific evi for the parlor;office, and kitchen, t which they rued safe upon the Salamander. If their posi Worked Flouncings; HAVING just inform returned the from public the that North.wonM he has weeks.M.H.PREEZEI ,
dence of iU invite attention 11 been not eve the skeleton Skirts; Jailor,Colombia .East
ralne furnished rver county.
by Agenta gratis. -Embrider assortment of F
&Pe.th.s4vertIsement. would have over the insur Window Drapery, &0. brought out a splendid May :
!?: epZ-l Old Clothes Made New aoi tl.9.1ethe salvation of my books in A Tory superior and rich style of silk and GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, 2t
w. HOUGHTON will stop in this ou Salmdr. the representatives of velvet Bonnet Fine Gold Je elry of every description; Notice t Debtor taut Cr 41t.n.

F. Waver' Go. B, a few days to engage in the business place of ,10,000. documents which cu Do Strw Bnnet. Gold and Silver Guard Fob, and Vest Chains; A'L1. PERSONS who a indebted &the.

CoIlUll1laaI. _Forwarding MereliAnU, dressing over old or soiled clothing. He will remove has fully compensated Bfch Ribbons,very wide, GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES; of Donald C. Mao late o C. ;
all stains and spots caused by oily I will afford me great pleasure to exhibit the plain and fig'd; SILVER WARE-such as Spoons of allk.nd. bia county,dea a &e.I
AND' resinous without the aid. or to se purchased of you,and explain its merits, Boottees, Bu' Slips,. Ties, and Jenny I Batter Knives, &c. Gold and Silver Penci ward and payment ,
Dealers in Groceries, Provisions Choice Wines, the substances, faded lat to their at present otcNo.2l Pearl street where I Lind Boots; GOLD PENS; signed; and all hiving demands against, ''i

Liquors and Segars,Paints,Oils,Drugs&c.&o.,I original color,giving them a garment ad beauti shall rem building 14. 216 is Gentlemen's ver fine Boots Gaiters, and Knives,Razors, Scissorsr Shears, &0., a splendid said estate are prn.ce upon to present then '.
for CASH only. novlS ful lustre. Yours respectfully, Shoes; lot of Ladies' Fans, Combs Brushes, to the undersigned, aUenU witlmt ',

-B y Street Jacksonville E. Fla. He also offers for sale his Renovatinjr Liouid. JOSEPH G. GILBERT. Ready made Clothing, of every description PERFUMERY; ._ delay. ''. _.
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which acts like magic in removing spots or stains The undersigned invite country merchants and and quality. CIGAR n.AP" Aw- r.
:Raw Grocery and Provision Store. of any description whatever. No lady or gentleman others interested in the preservation of their books The Subscriber would say that he has engagedan CASES PUR1', JUJ41 W.T.McLERAt.A'r. "

rrutE 8UBSCRD3ERS should be without it. The price is a mere from f (but particularly those having Rich's accomplished Tailor to do custom work. which and many ft3-The public aw to invited call.fl.Watches By M. ':
building St. having taken the trifle. His work will likewise be done safes UI] to call at the depot 146 Water street, ,will be done with elegance and taste. I tion. and J repaired t at short notice T.i Attorney.- '
Alop Bours on would Bay formerly occupied by and on reasonable terms,and prmpt1. New York to see the interior of Mr. Gilbert'ssafe Cloths, Cassimeres,and Vestings, kept to row warranted.Jacksonville ewel Alligator,Columbia eo., I
( invite the and -
attention of pur- with the books August 10th, 1852 0.8$
*?-n to their entire stiaction. Call at the Taylor shop occupied undisturbed, whch' he has customers. : .
large and general assortment of b, Heroandei Dr. kindly permitted to remain for who wish ,Sept. 1.182.School .
adjoining Planters negroes
,Provisions te stlatonand 1 fuh thei wth
vjrooerfee ,. &c.-consisting; in part Burne's new building. gratification of the public. shoes or clothing, with Notice. State of Forda Circuit Court,.. '
Fulton Market Jaekonvil Nov. 11. It. 09: Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault quantitie at very "rces.- .
Cora.,; Me*. Pork. Beef. Butter. Doors promptly and faithfully executed. ,The public are call and examine TaHHE Subscriber will open a Evening .. Littleton B.Lewis, 1w. :
Lard. B School, the first Monday of September '
on '
STEARNS &MARVIN for thenselves. ;
and -
NOTICE Goods prices -
., Rice. Pickled Shad. Cheese to Rich & next, for Gentlemen. classes will meet Abner'D. Johnson ;
LB.AMERMAN.Jacksonville Te ,
:, Mackerel. who SUcsaOf e. Bi .
., indebted the
'' ALL persons are nnder- i to, of each
Choice t' 146 Water streetand corner Avenue A from Monday Weesday. inclusve. DUDC 'r'
: Hams. ed. either by note or open are Oct. ,182. l.t Rooms FrnolRJa
e Bacon Sides&Shoulderi., respectfully requested to come aount.and settle MarI Place;New York; week' open t 1 o'cok Laetingsrj ;
the of the exclusive right of Rich's Patentfor TERMS.' and John '
Powderi creditors
8t.&reh.I. same,
i Wines. &my are wlthjusticepreuing the whole of the United States, and the only Astonisl.JngiutelligeuCe! TT appearing the satisfaction of the Covt.
Shot. Candles. Liquors. their claims against me,and I expect remuneration Per Quarter of eleven weeks,for' any branchesin t
Lead. Soap. for medicines, &0. makers of Salamander safes combining both patents the English and Mathematicl Courses,ten JL by affidavit this CM* filed1,that the above-
.Segars.ROUT. Cash Adopted
oiisbrugi fte. Inc. commonly called RICH'S eafes, or WJJXB's> ned defendant, William Lostinger,
PalnU ,&o. -Which they will D.HOLLAND, M. D., dollars. Including Sionto' Cle, twelvC nd..
with Rich's j of th State of
Mil low FO*c.....' November, tf Jmproveent '. at the new GROCERY&PROVISION STORE doll o lit 1' &w'
Their'stock of goods having been purchased Feb.M832.3m.LAND ,of the Subscriber, in the-city of and Fuel furnished by the Principal. tbe Stt ,O M.

" Solely for cash they flatter themselves that they To the Ladies. FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. r .Jacksonville I!, -' Stationery Books, &0 extra.Oportunitiea is Smth. Eq.Solicitor the said fo DefeoAnt tbCom4alnaatIt "WUHoaiLastinger
**a sell them on terms which will make it an object attention of Ladies ia respectfully solici- situated the VIG'fUlt received and opened my large for formtion-or and exert 'h' ,
TIE ft fl2O on IT ,do and the said Bill of
Ac. water Goods selected'With eises In, a Society, be afforded.N. .' appear answer
to buyers to of them. Stock of ;
" pnrchM my stock of Fancy Stationery which JL Vd> bag
t /W, Orange Complaint, according to & or tae sews will
larver. F ,BROWN
of this .i
' ''I- 10". WAVER li CO, embraces great variety of beautiful note express reference to the demands Makt .
Jacksonvint.JVov. 18 1822. tf" plain and paper, East Fqr St. 1 take in informing Principal of and Female Clas.deal take as confessed against h ,
paper; fine emb gilt, expressly edged forLaditt Bath post letter North by lands of Angtine, place and pleasure surrounding country tho"oUlen, now ltitnt..Jakvo Ma August 1t Ad it I further a copy of tab 6.

'y : : the Stare Brand,Just re of visiting cards.fee. ;al. deceu' on the south by lands now or lately ready for sale, at remarkably low rates for CASH b publhe111 some- newspaper,printed ,.
. CHAMPAGNE-Of anent C of the Marquis de Fergeaud.: articles I will to Hon the Circuit, one a week
' by, i you wish,something nice. Te only! An enumeration of the multitudinous 'S1 weeks after date, apply pubhed u te f
'oy8 j t \'. WAVER CO. & M.PAYNE :' greater portion of said lands are covered with which my Sto is supplied i deemed I of Probate of Columbia County,- l b THOMAS DVGL
; .
-i--iIe ,oct JOl growth ofLn.Oae&d Cedar,and are well unnecessary i aay that I haT everything letters of Administration, on the estate'or J Ja. .
EBbs. NEW BUCKWHEAT. 2 .Druggist.TO ;- adapted of Sugar Cane and the (save Ic i ,do in' W&7 of of Colombia County deceased. June 22d,A.D. 1852. '
1 ;'10 Boxes Ckeeae. ,Upland portion to that of Long Stpl CttoD. Family supplies. g re. Grw..lt 6t ,JOHN CkEWSAdm.Ix ,
;, 1DOLPine&nnlde. TU O.1LEIl i Lying on a navigable'. ofthree Jacksonville.Fla., Feb;"1$, TJTU SIX'WEEKS after date, 1'will jQ7tO! tie- : j
iCaakLondonVorter. YOUR attention U solicited tJm1 stock'of feet draft.of,water, these lands are conveniently W-t WEEKS 'rdt I will apply to the honorhle' Judge- of Probate o \ :"i
:. *-I have just 1,000 Hn situated for forwarding I'. : Hon.the, Probat for ,Columbia eut1.fr administration c& :. 'j' :,'
IP"* Scot IA Jug.o o a
Ale. < '- Cber. .nu and no a For terms apply to". .. p DREW, Segars Segrs county, for on the estateofVUUam Ger W $. iU t '' :..icutl"
( wa o :
.... jrDBC"" Salt.I ', ,' ; than "x blot .I .' \ .
,- a you can imagine j call ': ,: n'r, At this Office-or to VERY SUPERIOR 8a.jostr 'Futch,late of said county dead ;:
.t t .; InovJSj: F wtvizt& CO.' :.* JOHNAL,PAYNE., ;.', : ftugu4I94f. .' ,''.r'"!', "" 9 l, ',,'" *- ::3z' JOlUt... .U .Alligator, Sent 6th11SZ3dt ,Octtt-6t1 *' **';'* '
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; :: '! H .t''* m.t-.u ''JJ' ,'fi, :1 ..bT" Iltl c 1 h& TUB'ENTERS wo{ NABEDDQED! F York; 'Three Stores and>&heireontents : 'William:E, Hennaugh, ,.. ,'., } 'CURE.OZrOHREDfEjQA/8APE.lEMEDYlDRT1IE .
} t: I f }t .t. ,O U'In ,.II W 4 'AnofiieriScientifiC'Wondfrl! ;'. destroyed.* 'Deeds before words rUICII'S .ntIt1S.
InOae Vol.Crown Quarto,of 1M Pge SAFES" AOAIfftIELEVEJV HOTEL
tCk. f- .t f ; li '-" GREAT OURE, <, Continues to gIn his prompt attention ttf tht W
= rid-31rca IXiGiri per' payable .OR' Conuinln THREE TIMES Lbs iwUttr taaad I*uoUwr SAFES"diflerentmaiert consumed :, "
; : f annum, KT of efor t ngrossorany
; .' English Diruonurj compiled la U>U eeulry.tp .. with tielr eontnls t t.The Safe made by lUsh& rangement and prosee.Lion .
.f :
:.;,.;.J'J'j: j t.[ b.ton'f.Rffif-' .".ie''l'aioer., .r. .:!' \ .v.u.. air: Co.defied tho flames and brought out its contents. of_ he Executive JJepe.rtmentL- ..D : '
.1. ,. i : Il'Cr'itlvtl .I"J .t h.1ioJ before the expirationofthe DYSJEFSIAJDR. without mark of fire' them Claim.arising from the Revolutionary Florida l,
t ( ,'f'. ti 'Kast ;upon DVSENTER
tr 'STJ 0.; & G:Herriam, Springfield, Mexican wars} invalid Revolutionary,
.'f ycrv'art charged fil JI1II., GILBERT'S LETTER. Naval Army '
: or"\VIdows Pensions; or }
. Sd sold 1m11 BodscUers. '
.) I Advcrti-ieutenU will Co inserted *t the following' TUB TIRE IN M.ETCHER AND PURL STB, N..T. Bounty Land or Scrip-; under law. ofFeb. 11, Which'has.eTerleen presented to tie pabl&
,:: & i *'; rates (>ne IMlar per f uSre (of twelve lines) for '. New You, Dec 20,1S51.% 147,tor August 10, 1Stf; Arrearages of Pay and It stands upon,Us.own, erl1f p ,?* \H r i TESTIMONIALS.Etymological Messrs.; SxEAnss and MARTIN,successors to C. Mileage due returning Volunteers; :Claim* for JCSTlT Jot 'TO' '
:''J } ,'ac first, .n.lff1t.Fh'c.C for cvrry subse- that .,_ :1113 TAILED CT .; .
tbiy .
; ,part turpwa any, RICH & Co., Aro.146 W'aterStreet,New York.- Horses lost and other Property destroyed { Ex- '-" .f'"
; ,I't.,' .nl. t.wtlJi. ;.lll'0.ivrl7 II.crtlMr. a liberal tat bten done for tht nyttth Language" Sres,when the fire WAS consuming myplaco of pout,incurred byVolunteers before being mustered flSA. IIN UJ n.nca .

'.:f.t; ; Ic0ttflL will lie IUA.w All transient Advcrtiseiif .', : Business, No. 216,'Pearl Street, I was absent in and received Into service;'Waggon-mas finillS Valuable 'preparation ,-ompoczudecl

.;.:. ,. tflenWk1fdptb7penui i .ing nrnnninR. account Kensslaer County, testing a new cleaning apparatus 'ter and Teamsters'c1ahnJ.;'Marines',, sailors, :Jl ,_from several medicinal roots growing i*.th.
in connection With Excelsior Thrasher, : be. &e.' Florida.* It is .&d
: my Wilds of ruxxLT, WHOLLY:
. i;: r: : with.tli..offlcp ,iiiusl' (t O1atl: fur previous to liublIft and did not read the account until I was fearful it Having all the forms necessary for a proper Yegetable, and designed KPiClALLTfortb.nJ1t

I.L c..tl...:. ,,' I.. .. was too late to save toy books which were:placed presentation of claims, together with the rules 'of the,above disease. The Invented:c1 Prepri"etor t.

'. :!1 L ,'at il'-lUtAnc f'ut"crn their remitting 97 in one of your safes, purchased from Jlfr. Marvin I and regulations governing the different Depart-' !&'fully convince that it,Is aa.fanraloaMe; <,
ft tlciiWn'L some years a cp. 3/y fears were not allayed whenI I II nepts, he is prepared to undertake all claims,of Medicines) in fact the test, that.k.bu;jlve :.
I r' f, > !.tJc'f..iUo\\'in:; I found It necessary upon my return to apply the that kind,soever,that i may require the services in the town la which he retodes9, and. tin t frUhlng -
.1: r 1)nepLq.c; 1 {hitcJ\'I Vne,) published x months Croton Water 40 hours before 1 was enabled to ef, an'Agency at this place.. .- success with which it hal met.irarrantr

.;' 'k", 41 tot t.f u'.. : .. '. -' 1000 commence operations; after which it required 54 Particular attention given to the proper,settlement him in saying that It ,ls. a'POMTWi CUREHe' <-
F TRUE hours of labor and application to raise the ,Salamander of accounts. therefore come' the,
1. ..t iC:for Pi'x'1Ir.nU.tI., 13 00 Quartermasters' bas to rmiaaUoii to
.eii : < _ t-J4 ,; Ll.an
L to debtor)!and irc-V.tonj: 7 (00( JUICE upon opening the safe in the presence of a, All communications, to insure insertion, must perous Disease, particularly in the Southern, aid

1'I, | ] Uli>'afbVlrttcwof AdiniiiWrstion, 5 00 ? 7L unmbcrof gentlemen; to find my books and papers be post paid dec'4-tf Western States.. '
Prepared from RENNET, or the fourth STOMACHOF sared. and as legible as they were previous to' In purchasing' Indian Z xccMtt, :-
" '. No, lco, of.Apf lic.4un, fur diu>i&'iil as Administrator the fire. The intense heat to which tho Safe was 4UIIERIOANANDFOREIGNAGENCY
: 'run ox, after directions of Baron LIEUIG, particular and look for,my,written sirnator oa
...:j' (. .. v t / ? -?.- .. $10 00 tho great Physiological Chemist,by J. S. Houghton .e A very valuablo"work-a jrecESBitr to subjected, can be conjectured from the condition : the .
.;.:X Lit announcement ofenlhbttegir office, 5 00NiTannbuncciucnt M. D., lbiadlba. Pa. XTZ&T EDUCATED ( of another safe, [not a Salamander] of which an I labeL.'b lio below" to"a few certlfleaUslected
t i is for iron skeleton frame only remained,and not a veatiee CITY OF 'VASIlIiGTON. from received from
remedy Tndigcssiijn among many respect
; I wCI M6 made nalos the same 'hi I tlly \lnJerf.1
Dytpcpsid,J.umdice,Liver Complaint, Lon- of book. They were companions in the TTTNPER the direction of AARON HAIGI1T We citizens Of Jacksonville. : *
. 1'<'. : ;, ttcoouipauLcil.with the suaouiit tli.irgcd.EdiioriV station and Debility, 'curing after Nature's L/A same office, on the second floor, from which they tJ PALMER of New York and WORTHINGTON EGBERT POINSETT. .

; notices for private benefit will be o'9i method, by 'atuies own agent, the Gas- fell upon crates of earthern wjre in the cellar, the GARRETTSON SNETHENofNew
f, r the Salamander. If their position P. 8. Planters should not be withomt'this TaIoable
; ruined safe
tri|- Juice. upon Orleans Oonnsellor of tho Supreme
,:f' chafje4 iouWe the rate of ajTcrtishig.ncliglous Attorneys
: L. |.-llalf tca poonful of Pepsin, infused in I'The most ACCUEATB and BEUABLI Dictionary had been reversed not even the skeleton Court of the United States. Medicine Every' family ought to keep it
: ,Obttunry,aud Marriage aotlccs, a hare remained.My loss over the insurance on hand. ,
willi would -
wp-ur, will digest or disolve of roostch'ff the This establishment is formed for the following I
\::4'., t. bo pnUiihed gratis. I in about twohoun, out lho FirepoNn stomacl. of Language. is $1,)HX), yet the salvation of my books in objects: A. M. REED' principal Agent for ,Jactsorifle. -"
it i ". Coin'muilieatioos must be post pail. 1 Ivpsin is the great element, or your Salamander, with the representatives of I. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of .,

.- .. .. j. 4. __ ____I-___--y'r. I. principle, of the Gastric Juice-thi Solvent of the $100,000, and important documents which could the United States,' and conducting professional .
--- ----- Ffnt the Purifying, Preserving, and Stimulating r not bo duplicated has fully compensated me. business before Congress. TESTIMONIALS;
.f,"!" .' si&fiiSffl'sEjnyARIXG! : : l' OP LEARN-. -igrnt of die Stomach and Intestines. It is It will afford me great pleasure to exhibit the 2. For the prosecution recovery of all claims .

..-'It' j AT MADISON, }": u{ from the Digestive Stomach of the Ox. new safe purchased of you and explain its merits. lID law or equity,against the United States be- CASES' CURED
;-- rte FLI-ID AGES at my present office.No.251 Pearl street where I' the SEVEN Iii
f: ;hilll AETIFICIAL DIGESTIVE WILL ILAPSB fortf Congress or executive Departments, or .
l.' rI1be'.E1rcI.sfd: nr Chit Tiidtltuflon were precisely like tho natural Gastric Juice in its tionary of the Language will shall remain'until the new building No. 216* is againstforeign (Governments. before Boaffe ofCommissioners. Six MILE CREEK,FLA..Dect.,9 tStl.i
f.r., : St.i resinned on,TUE: D\Y.the fith J (U LY last ch 'iiical powers, and furnishing; n'. comp'rte, and M. erected. Youri respectfully, ." .' '.. ">. I
:Mr PoinsettSia .
:':i' nn'ierth 'jiai>criiiteu JeucB of Dr. IbAAC .\.ULLJ."J. erftrt tub&ntutefur it. By the aid of this prcarjtion GILBERT, 3 For the settlement of accounts with the. ,
;- t J ,\I.fJlt: 11 tflTho.Tr..tee.bko\ ) the paias and evils of Indigestion and The undersigned invite country merchants and State, Trea.swyV3I', Navy,.Pott Office, and ; I.For the benefit.f the afflicted yon can

. .( treat pleasure in announcing 1)yjep.ia| arc rClotel1,just a they would be by others interested in the preservation of their books Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission publish the following-I have had seven eases of

. /11 to thrPi4rou-i uf the txwiuiiry and the public t b akhy Stomach. I is doing wonders fo. Di. LL. D., of Scotland, author of from fire, [but particularly those having Rich's of fines,penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged Diarrhoea which have on been my plantation cured the.this season':' ; all of

". .S reicrally their entire c-ouC.Itfucs in Dr. Auld a.. a pejv..ratuing cases debility, emaciation, Ch. Philosopher" etc. safes in use] to call at the depot 146 Water street violations of the revenue, post office, or other valuable medicine called by Indian Loxeetut.yorfr most
';'i. reteher.nPrumtbe ui-cciM which bus so far attended vtmdecTicc, and dyspeptic Consumption suppt. is extended. 1 doubt New York to see the interior of Mr. Gilbert'ssafe laws.
widely Yours
.:;. ; the cnteqiri-v, the TruttoM feel aa assur- ,'.,1 to be on the dergo of the grave. Th Sci- Its reputation received essential improvements 'with the books undisturbed, which he has 4. For securing letters patent for inventions respectfully, JOhN PRICE,Jr.
: '.-* : nnoe* that tbey will fucoecil in building up a enteiu evidenced on VaLCh it is based is in the not this edition has able hands it has passed kindly permitted to remain for the satisfactionand from the United States or from foreign Govern- STILL ANOTHER.

:_;r.' School exactly adoj tod to the wants of the com- igivat degree curious and remarkable. from" the gratification of the public. ments, and procuring land warrants and pensions

.' : uunit y. through. Ct3 Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault under tho various pension laws of the United Block Creek,Fla., Feb.\,'1832.

-.. r Their object ia to.?.blish. on n permanent Lat (SCIENTIFIC EVIDENCE.Tf Doors, promptly anti faithfully executed. States. Dear Sir-Some time since a member of .'

.<.,c t\f.\ I insl itntinn in irLich the minds of the"irnpiis I run LIEPCG, in Lis celebrated work on Animal STEARNS &)MARVIN 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, family waa very ill, indeed, with a, Diarrhea.my I
'' .1 be-tAoroMg/i/y .educated. Prompted by.an : "hemNtry, gays : .An Artificial Digestive' Successors to Rich & Co. legacies and inheritances, in the United States resorted to several things usually given for the
.r' ', canie t .Iell"to promote the wcll'aie <>f the rising I I4a analagous to the Gastric Juice may be 146 Water street, and corner Avenue A and St.. and foreign countries. Disease but none of them would atford :nay re
. !. .. generation. And'incrud-ic the pio"writy of our reaiMy repored from the mucous membrane of Marks Placecw York; 6..For the purchase and sale of lands in any of lief. Your Indian Loxecnst was recommended'

!. i youti and growiuj LaU, they rely with confidence the }tt.ciach of the Ox, in which various articles U BEST DEFDJixa DICTIONABT in the English Owners of the exclusive right of Rich's Patentfor the States or Territories of the Union, and loan- by several persons; I made op my mind to try it,
uixw tin ort of I 1)ltioti. generous, I of f4 ,l, as meat and Eggs will be snftentd, the whole of the United States, and the only ing moneys on mortgage of real estate lying and am very glad I did so; as one Bottle effecteda
1 and eelishU-'iod puMiu to 1<. thell iu the accomplish chatand digested, just m the tnme manner Language. makers of Salamander safes combining both pat- therein. cure. You will please publish this-as neb
,*S3; t. incut of bo noble a purple.Lxpcrience as tl 'would be in lite Inuiian stomach cuts, commonly called RICH'S safes, WJI.DEU'S 7. For investment of funds in United States a valuable Medicine ought to be. known to
'i J jias djuioustruied b 'ont a doubt Dr COMBE, in his valuable writings on the /to-La4 JQJA4'2 Salamander safes, with Rich's Improvement.Feb. and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends the public. Spread it far and near in order that

t' the 'necei-ity of increasing the rates of tuition., "Ph\siology of Digestion" observes that .a .5, l$52.-3m. thereon, and, generally for the transaction the afflicted may find relief. Your,. &e,
' Tie exceedingly low rate.oehe pad le&ion have dim.Cation of the duo quantity of Gastric Juiceis .4 AccraATB and HEHABLB in giving a just of all business pertaining to a law, loan, and ELLJAI1 BUTCH.

1t to prodwe a to meet the current : 1 f.rominent and all-iircvailing caw Dys- exhibition of the Language." Union Agricultural Warehouse banking agency. To Dr E Poinsett.
, rxnncs] !of the ho1 The Trustees have. ;' and he states that "a distinguished pro- AU communications addressed, postpaid, to
:f" therefore, dotenaioed t lpt the following pcr- JI'i of medicine in Lonlonvho was severely AND Iessril. Palmer & Snethen. American and For- JACKSONVILLE F., August 15tb>1351.

'r'j .: inanent rates, wuKh they arc tatiafiod cannot bedccincj ami.tf.lTith this e01llint. finding every thing SEED STORE eign Agency city of Washington, will receive
Dear Sir This will inform that
'74- j "; exor'iitaut.. by any one wio will give tho else 1> fail, had Gastric Juice obtained prompt and faithful attentn. : you one bottleof
%. i matter:inoincirt's ro3wti m. from the stomachs of living animals, liichjvorcJ iu44 1'00.23 Fui/rox-sTnuUT, NEW YORK. PALMER & SNETHEN your medicine,called IXDIA.V LOXECUST, hat

':e'r :; RATI'S UP : rvlllcd 'Ivetsil!." THE undersigned solicit the attention of all Office No.5 Carroll Place, Capitol HOI. permanently cured two of my negroes of a sever
Tt'lTIV l Ir !author of the famous works on of implements for the Farm or Ju'yS. lawtf. attack of Dysentery. 1 consider it an excellent
::. ; .' (r.uB"t At\\M'C-t'Et EH SIOX OF FIVE "Vegetable Diet," says: .It i is a remarkablefact Plantation to their assortment, which include -- medicine for this complaint and take great pleasure

$ i'IE ;"'Tn". hi physiology, that the stomachs of animal many of the most recent improvements in the Bounty Land and General in.recommending it to the public

.. For Spelling, Ileadlug. Writing, Primary Ceograplsyatu4 niacc'-atcd in water, impart to the fluid TilE MOST COMPLETE ACCURATE lending articles in their line, all of which they; Agency, Respectfully yours,
:;:;. .- ? Piiumry .\rthmlio. $S 00 crtv dissolving various articles of food prop AND RELIABLE DICTIONARY OF THE will sell at prices to insure satisfaction to the Washington, D. C. S. D. FERNANDEZ.

; ; i For(eogralby, Ant hm.te. English: Grammar cflecthig a kind of artificial digestion of them in LANGUAGE. buyer-especially Railway Endless Chain Pow- T. WALKER, will To Mr.E. Poinsett.
:* ; Alwlorn 12 wi different from the natural ers, for one or two horses of the Wheeler JOSEPH give prompt
oiyl UilturJ. 0 no dtgcsti'o pro patent,
' : ,! 2 and efficient attention to the liOUNTY "THERE IS FAIL IN IT.
For Geography often awarded the first
so premium at the Stat
e4 4DieJ ilt I' Ancent cess.
9 LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers
f. ( \DitfYl Natural Philo"II'1.] Xalural {jCJ-Call on the Agent, and get a descriptive and County Fairs where they have been exhibited. in the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the engaged I.XDIAX St.John's Beach, Fla.,Feb. 6th,1832
;.t .: J ty. ir4 l.n .;eom- gratis, giving a large amount of scion- I Railway Power, warra.nted.Varnm's &
crcullr. WARS in which the U. States have been used
j' and I'livsioltirv. ; 29 0 ,s-ituilar to the ab'ne, together withreIorh Trimble's Iron Snccp Powers, TapiuTs Circular engaged, Dear Sir-Having your most valuable
onlbY. of.latheIntic.Logic all of theUnited aha Plows Harrows Fan Mills or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to Medicine called Indian Lcxecust with complete
t.. ; blndl of remarkable cures, from parts' Power Straw Cutters
Rhetoric Philosopey : claims on the U.States for MILITARY SERVICES, success in my family, I feel it a duty I owe toy.
i i States. Unrr Stone Mills, Wagons, Carts,
Mer.T..atntcl.ctuJ 23 00 SUPPLIES, PENSIONS LOST PROPERTY, &0., and to anti the public to inform you that myself and two
; Ltl s, &c. &c. Field and Garden Seeds of reliable
z'$ :, :' Fer.'rn *-extri.& Lngn 1000Cuathtgeot AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER.Dr. lity, }Fertiliser Fruit and Ornamental Trees.qua. any description of business requiring an Agent or children have been cured of a severe Diarrha

:. : .' 00 50T1erc lloughto 's Pepsin has produced the most Our descriptive Catalogue, illustrated with cuts, Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land with it,when nothing else would give ne r.lie .-
expenses in curing Diseases of Debility, Warrants his charge will be $5. In other Publish this if Yours,
nuirveilnus cases you please. respeettnlly.,'
ef'cch will be sent when two to four Post Offic
gratis .
: rill I>e a public examinz !ion at the close ,
i' er\ous Decline,and Dyspeptic Con- the ckcrge will be proportioned to the nature and CHASHROWN.
remitted to the distance.
Stamps arc according
f oftbetssjo-ttens1ne wn which wilibe obligatory sumptiun. It is impossible to give the details of difficulty of the case. Ttt Dr E Po in.sctt.
all! the stndonts unlp written members of the United States July 29, 1S52. 3ni RALPH & CO.
. urn I request casts in the limits of tbi advertisement; but authenticated And thirty other .. lIe wiliaL act in connection with Agents or T._ 'U'__ ... .-.
--- --
, to the,contrary bo received from their p certificates have been given of more Senate. -- Attor m*!*im Florida, who may be employed in A"----J j../ ma, isji.

.41 rents'or iua'daii? than lira liundrtd rtnl/1bc cures, in Philadelphia Agency for Scott & Co's Bounty im A and other claims, on terms which JACKSONVILLE July 30, 1351.
. t :. Hoard A l>e.t>'tiined in private families at Xew York alone. These were UEVIE'VS.TIlE may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be

: .. frowcighttott 1 5 do'laris per m ath.! nearly all desperate case, and the cures were not I undersigned has been duly authorized, by; post paid] will receive immediate attention. Dear Sir; I have tried your very valuable Med-
: CI1AKLES IJUSSELL, cine t'Gr Diarrhoea and find it far the best and
" only rapid and wonderful but permanent.It ARD fccorr, Esq., to receive ers and June 5. Iawtt. by ,
i ., Secretary "f.the Board of Trustees. is a great nervous antidote, and particularly President of the United States. receipt for subscriptions to tho Britith Review safest entefwr this dangerous ead. that I hare
:- of.
; f ,; 'AuAir useful for tendency t Bilious disorder, Liver consisting of Notice.TO ever known or heard My little daughter,aged '
I Fever and Ague, or badly treated New Goods New Goods The London. Quarterly Review about two years had suffered long and was reduced .
to almost a and 1 of
E All[ FEMALE Fever and Ague, and tic evil effects of Quinine, I 'At Wholesale and Retail.-3 TILe Edinbur* Review, TIlE SEVERAL WARS SINCE a Bottle of your "INDIA4-LOXECUST" sad

1 t Mercury, :ut other Drugs upon the Digestive or- The North British Review it has acted like a charm the 'child if improving .
;; :J l jmd English Institute gsn, after long lickut Also, for excess intating RECEIVED, direct from New York, a
; and the too fr03 u>o of ardent spirits. I .JUST Assortment of Fashionable Spring The Wtolminster Review, -a BY a recent Act of Congress, officers and solJaP lieve. and may be seen, by thae*'who do not. ..be.

i :! !o' almost reconciles Ilca.Uk with Intemperance.DR. Dress Goods, of French, British, and American AND diers (who have not received) are entitledto Respectfully,
; Blackwoofs Edinburg Magazint.TERMS BOUNTY LAND, for services of one monthor A. V. COLYIX.
.r f 4If, 7LLEiI.mlD. Manufacture, in part-
J. S. KQUQHTOW'SIs comprising To E. Poiasett, Esrt-
; 1 French oil cord Ginghams, American do. : more; the widows,and minor children of those

;l r'ul1: SlJESCUUJKihaiing hal\'ernlIeas French, Eneli."h, and American Prints, For any one of the four Review, $3 00 per ann deceased are also entitled. The Subscriber will ST. NicBotA?,:Fla.,July 31,1857.,

, : eXlrient! in teaching Las concluded t c- : :Furniture Chintz, Fig'l and Plain Lawns For any two, do. 5 00 undertake, at a moderate compensation the .. Dear Sir: This is tc certify that two Bottles;
J' :7 ULlinh hi Sc)>n<>l io this plj-ce uud re:
I & : in\ite tie public .call and test its merits.ItwilL I Do. Jackoncts Plain aid Flg'4 Swiss Muslin For all four nf the lleviews 8 00 in public office for several years, his experiencein has permanently cured two of our Negroes,eta M

i |to hi!. conbta-it cffiirt t. cultivate thefriendship ?, For HlaCliWood's; Magazine, 3 00 such matters will enable him to afford great vere Inarrh a. I take pleasure in recommending

J' ,' and cstcom of liin pupils; and to instiltUo Cambrics and Jackonet),plain and checked, For Blackwood and three Reviews, 9 00 facilities to claimants for LAND AND PEN.S'lONS your valuable Medicine-as being without dealt

: e principles wheh: taod to develop tho human Fig'd Borages, Silk Tissues, very rich patterns For IJlackwood and four Reviews, 10 03 and save them a great deal of trouble one of the best and safest remedies for this disease
/ : intellect ana to refiuo the and expense. Where he obtains nothing no that I have heard of or seen. Your truly,
. I Without beii-g in the least sectarian, the Insti- Wide Black Silk, very heap, Marselines 1. charge is made. All letters post-paid will receive W O. McL'crYkJi

tul ."ml$ conducted on religious principles. and Florence Sills, of every color, Fur copies of any or all of the prompt attention,and the necessary forma and To E. Poinsett Esq.
Y't f -: By IIt thorough system of reviews and ext Crape Shawls plain and embroidered will be sent to one address works Instructions sent.C. JACKSONVILLE.Jane 9th,1851.
on of BENNETT .
payment the W. ,Att'y.Washington
: an.lons. which experience suggested, the Pans Kid Gloves, Blacl and col'd Laco Mils, regular8utcrittionfur -
three-the fourth Dear Sin I have
., '. l'riocii himself that Knowledge once I Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves, copy being D. C. used your Indian Loxecmst
. acquired, cannot IH lust.GraatioduceUKntsare. Jenny Lind Polka Gai rs.HronzetiPJlCd gratis COLUMBUS DREW, October,1850. tfGKOIIGEH.S3I1TJI& in my family, and have found it a very valnabl*
Florida Republican Office, remedy for Diarrhoea, I take great pleaaor* ia
; offered-in the way of Bootees. Opera AprilS-tf it the .
, ': hearth*aud beaoty of gitnatioii-to parents wishIng i irgle Ties, Buskins, Slippers, &c. Jacksonville CO. recommending to public.
i ; t send their children from home, as no paint sold by nearly nil the Dealers in fine Drugs and The most approved styles! of Spring Bonnets, LAND AUCTIONEERING AND CO.u lIs loMERCHANTS. Respectfully, J. E.TOWNSEND '
medicines the United States. FOR SALE IN .
popular throughout I FLORIDA. Egbcr Poiasctt Ej.JACKSONVILLE
t. t will spared iir.proi'Ming for their comfort and Do. CbiHren Hats, Slk Bonnets, richly .
b It is pro.arod iu powder and in fluid form, and in ,) "fl jfitO:: Acre, situated on the head waters
< trimmed and of the latest fashion, JACKSONVILLE ELI.rJ'1IE E. Fla.
eojyeut. phials for the of ,
< 'io'hPQD
cripliim aso physicians. Halifax river
French Ibnnct Ribbons.
" will inflexible, though mild Flowers, rich county,
b Private Circulars for the use of physicians may East Dear Sir: This may certify to yon that I had a
: and 41 miles south of St.
; persuasive.S Gcm tiemen's fl'iarflootsGaiters Augustine SUBSCRIBERS have entered into -
be obtained of Dr. his do- coJL suffering under
IlougUUm or Agents, negro girl a sever attack of Diarrhoea -
The of instruction includes all the branches bounded on tho North lands of J.
; course the whole 6f aration and Shces, by J. Bulow, partnership for the puepose of carrying on and that. the of bOLL!.
scribing process pre(> giving use one of iou
:! i of a thorough Sauhed English Education, the authorities upon which the claims ant Ready made Clothing, i splendid assortment, deceased, and on the south by lands now or lately the above business, and are prepared to make preparation called Indian Loxecuat" effectually
and a 1,11rltratiol for any College class. I some fine. the property of the Marquis do Fcrgeand. The sales either oa consignment or at auction, (one of
new remedy are ba'cd As it is Nor A SECRET very cured her, and I would take this method of recommending
i If"I. ENGLISH STUDIES.Orthography no objection can be raised agaiust its : Country merchants supplied for cash, on terms greater portion of said lands are covered with a the firm being an auctioneer.) Both of tho firm it as a very valuable Medicine.
S JEEtY.use by pi.ysicians! in respectable standing and re- equal to New York prices The country publicare growth of Live Oak and Cedar, and are well are well acquanted with the merchants and citi- Yours truly, JOHN BRANTLEY.
; Beading; Penmanship; ono pular ctice. Price ONE DOLLAR PER solicited to call and examine Goods and prices.IlcyAt adapted to the cultivation of Sugar Cane and the zeus'of the interior, which gives them the advan- Mr. Poinsett.JACKSONVILLE.
: Uraminar; (leography; Ancient and 1r : Upland portion to that of
" It raphy ; Moer BOTTLE. the Brick Cash Store.L. Long Maple Cotton. tage of making ready sales of any goode or merchandize '
history; Rhetoric; TiooW-Keppiug; Composition I B. ,AMERMAN Lying on a navigable stream for flat boats of
3.0Kfiim'E:: 1///5.-Every bottle of the which may. be sent to them on consign July 26. 1S51
: and UetUunation; Botany; the Bible; Vocal three feet draft of water, these lands -
are conveniently
genuine J'Kl'SIXbears signature of Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with
Music therttn
;. ,Drawing J. S. 110UGHTON, 1. D.lle Proprietor, James W. Bryant, For terms situated apply for to forwarding C.produce. They will give their attention to making good a severe Diarrhoea-so severe that I could not attend
SCIENTIFIC COURSE. and and immediate sales. They would respectfully solicit
I PhldlLia Pa. Copy-right ATTORNEY AND COU SELLOR-AT.LA.W, At this(Jffiee--or to my business. I was recommended try
: Intellectual. Moral, and Natural Philosophy; : Will (except when business may require his abSence C. W. DOWNLVG Tallahasw patronage from merchants and tradesmen of your "INDIAN LOXECUST." I procured on*
Aatronomy, Chemistry; Logic; Geology. CSlo by all Druggists and Dealers in Medi i from the State) atUnd to Professional appointments August other cities, who wish to sellgpeds in our market. Ikttla of it. At the same time two members ot
business in will be
- ,:. MATHEMATICAL COURSE. in the Courts of the Eastern Circuitof 19tfNEW Any their line promptly at. my family were afflicted with tho same disease.
; EGBERT rOINSKTT, Florida, and in the Federal Court for the tended to. We all used the medicine from the. oneBottle,
'Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry .4_. Jacksonville, Fla. Northern District of Flonda.HE BAKERY GEORGE II. SMITH, and I am now happy to inform yon that it cured
; Surveying; Menmiration; Analytical Geometry Bread Pies and Cakes. JOlIN W PRICE. us all entirely. We are now all well and hearty
Differential REFERE CEg.-A R.ed. Fernandez Bisbee
; and Integral Calculus. from e use of only one Bottle of y
( miolcsite, and Retail Agent, Savaunstlt, Ga. for general Business in the State, respecting nnilE co-partnership heretofore existing be & Co.,R Boulter & Cogs P116! Willams, Akop Medicine. Yours truly ; TOOT

... [' .. .. CLASSICAL COURSE. Sept 2, TO-ly grants and donations of lands, and the locationor JL tween Myers and Coopman, in the conduct; & Bours Jacksonville: Boston & Gunby,J A La- imo'niy: '.ITARRI3? ,_
Latin;. Greek; German; French. selling thereof. of the linking business, having been dissolved, roche E M Moore & \., Seaborn Goodall, Sa To E. Poinsett Esq. .

( F _A course Lectures will be delivered ALSO AS AGENT tho subsciber desires to make known to the public vannah. Jan. 15, 1852. tf.
the year UPR.f .l'lailusopby and Cblln try.during The I Ii 1 W nRtG AND ICY ST!OII. for the collection of Claims upon the United that he will hereafter carry on said business singly Mandarin,Fla,OcC-1,1851.

, ; !t &hool .b furnishetl. with a eel let of Appa- States for Military or other services, pensions, lie has made full preparations to supply the town Paper Hanging Depot Dear Sir-Some time since 1 was oa a visit nar

: Tatus'and. afford ample opportunities for i>e- subscriber is now opening, at bis Store applies furnished volunteers, and for horses or another purchasers with very excellent BREAD, No. 44 Courttandt-street Net- your place and was suddenly,taken very .1*.
; 'eomIn,acquainted witl Science and the practical THE I'orsyth-Btrcct, a general assortment of other property lost, for which the United Statesis PIES and CAKES, which he it now delivering York, opposite Your Indian Loxecnst was recommended. The
'operation of its DRUGS OILS PAINTS liable. regularly at the houses of customers. the Mercfiants1 Hotel. friend that I was visiting happened have a bottle

1 -, The Academic pa will bo divided into four OOforclgu Dualneaa.-J.. B. will also lie takes this opportunity expressing his Croton Manufacturing Company ( of it in the house, and I used it, and take pleasure

ISI! 'qnrr of eleven week each Students may en- A\Dun attend to the collection of Claims: and other Professional thanks for the liberal evidences of encouragement THE under the General Manufacturing organ Law in informing you that it cured.me. I am

the /. of any quarter, and IP3
be charged. only.from the time of their EECEXTl.y SELECTED WITH OEKAT CAKE. nent of Europe.Durin fully asking a continuance of the same, feel warranted quantities to suit purchasers at MA UF40TU1tERS' the benefit' of those that may be aotod,yea. can.
.4-. TlSilMS adion.f i.\ THE riry OF NEW YORK, i. (( his absence, JOHN W. PRICE' Esq. in claiming for the bread which he offers LOWEST PRICES, for cash or approved credit. publish thjs if you think it l1eeeasarY.Y ., *
He Invites the attention of Merchants will act in his stead in Florida. qualitios unsurpassed in all the essentials which un with respectT'
, i Board and.'Tuilot including lights, (fuel and and the community, to his Stock, with, Physicians the A ddresaiacksonville.East Florida. to make the staff of'lifo'palatable" pure,.anc go price.Paper Hangings. of every' .variety. of style and SLJSANNA11'HARTLEY.DrEPoinsettJsckaonyilieF2a .

. wishing: r'I of five months, $120 00 assurance that the articles will be found to be' wholesome. He will continue to use the best floe Borders to match. -- -
German or extra, 6 00Masitf which, with personal experience in the -. ," -
ftDc fresh of and at a! low JOSEPH art of Ba- Fire Board ,
prime quality, prices Prints in
( C Piano) .1500Fancy as GRICE, king, justifies him in promising his customers great variety. 'Gravelly Hill;Oct.20, 1m.
Drawing w. 5 they can be bought in any market of the South General Commission good Bread, &e. Transparent Window Shades.Oil Dear Sir: Your Indian wend U aioOd..
I 0.. c Merchant, Tickets Painted Window Shades. icine. Some time since
I fainting In Water Colors 9 I untry.nE furnished and families where IpnzcbasedaboitlofromA
36 WATER withIn
0 ST., NEW YORK. any -
.Oil. OFFEnS the limits of the Window Curtain Papers, and M.,Reed,ESQ. and it to one
"m.. 12 STRICT town supplied at your agent gave
and an early hour
I Chewing Tobacco & Cigar, Old Liquor prompt attention given to the sale of Window Shade Fixtures .
<>l'luclading Lutrncthms in Perspective from Na- every day. Iricecenu loaf.IIENLtY of my negroes that had suffered cri much, from
i 7
and WInes, Pine all articles of entrusted his per
Stationery, Cutlery, produce to care, Of the latest styles and superior finish, all of their a severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon
: il Payable in Jewelry, &e., Vc\ and all orders promptly complied with. 27 COOPMAN. own manufacture and importation. A. their stock afterwards I had another with 1M
advance. may attacked
I .. quarterly, ) The LADIES will find, he thinks, many articles ap129-tf tf _IJilarl'Cland___"O_ __ Anttrftlv_____." n.__.'0'. thavinvft.__" ...tt.w* *\fa*AV.!MMWUV I..ftb, same I purchased negro anqthqbottle, and I*
FOE PAT TET adapted to their wants and tastes-all of which he Tin Copper and Sheet Booksellers and dealers in these articles, to call cured &llalso" 7" ,
English Sudfe.ant)Iatbcmatc |10 0' will be glad to exhibit and sell for CASK.June& Pekin Tea Company Warehouses, 1VO11K.E ft. and examine their styles'and prices whenever they I do not hesi *ia a moment;'lm.eomaenUagyour
1 12 JOHN, M. !)AYNE.WIl.nOlY 76 and 77 Fulton visit the city. 0.
f il ? 0 .St., New Tork. Indian Loxeoust to the publjo, M beltg-'tki.
Latinaudtreak- ,-, ., .15 0 The undersigned is prepared to perform Country Merchants can examine this stock from moat certain remedy for' entery,:that I ban
).I'f (Payable uarfe-lviu advance.) GLASS tf PUTTY. 4rHEPEKlN COMPANY has Ih all kinds of Tin, Copper and Sheet iron 6 o'clockjim the morning till 10 o'clock in the crpruwd.. orheaxdof. If JQUX*proper joaeai

_, A liberal dedue.ton will Vo 1I1aO for pupils i A f\.Boxes Window Glass assorted sizes; been established many years," and has II u:, Work, such as the manufacture of light evening.. |. ?.IbIs.' lours truly,, .

" .t,1r allel> 3t\jt 400 Ibs,beat Bladder Putty. _. .always maintained a high reputation Culinary Utensils;making and repairing 'New-York, March 1, ..' Ap rilS, :. MILESPEICE*
" N.F.UROWN. For sale low for cash. I for Teas of the most delicious character -ill Uutters and Spouting for Houses, Tin Koo Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.J .

Rrfcreneci.- JNO. Al. .PAYNE and fragrancy, and at prices which have in every lug;Tin and Zino Cof&ns, ant all kinds of work Oil, -Tallow, ,Gr "'and Ohio I .
Instance given 'u.tl faetion.- The Teas to his line asel" acisonviDe Fla. M _
19-tf are war appertaining of business.which will be --- Sept. ,
Hon. WILLABD HALL its,'. s. If. Wyxxoop: Aug.. Druggist. ranted cure. and maw bo, returned th.v AA .not I executed with promptness and : Mineral lit. Dr E Poinsett Sirt This U to certify-taaf II
-- despatch.
Rev. Count ._ : .' to be 'as they awe repr ser The Teas r barrels Machinery price 73 cent have
'. Cap'It No-iS ;To prove ftj- Orders for articles or services for. the 300 I been permanently cored of a severe Djarrfetf
Wilmington.Da.: Dr :,Druggists, sold by this Company ftre done up in 1-4 lb.,',1-2 country, will bo promptly attended to. per gallon. I by the use of your most valuable medicine eaUM
f lags.JJd ;Hev. T. UIOFR Dover, Del.: Rev Apothecaries, Perfumers, Confectioners; Patent lb., and_1 Ib.. packages, making convenient -, 'J: HOGARTH, I 2,500gallonasame, ,. 73-cents, in tasks of .va [Indian Loxecnst after suffering fbr more thaaU
J. E. Uockwdl. lV .U/n N. Y.; .1'.Ou4 for country merchants to have a great variety 'Mayfctf Bay-st. rious sites. months with that disease. I take pi*
lon Medicine Factors Jacksonville.NARSHALL .. distressing
Dr)A .li. in. 200 barrels boiled Paint .
>RUT, < Wnj a, 1leford 'Th.M with a small outlay of capital.; Hotel keeper -- OO/53 eta per gaL sure in recommending your most valuable Wy
rt-.Tu&a UnT itr. ., Toile,,and Fancy Articles. may always be certain of having on their table a ; 'HOUSE, 0,000 gallons' 'do. 'do' do- do cine to all jimparlv .afflicted.. ,

J.A'ltf.Dj WilDta,Vt fL u""ow'' PRACTICAL. ADVISER,'or.'Com uniform character Tea; which Teas, of which 'subscriber. having leased the in casks of various sites. -
t t fADon.M. 2.61.11; TUB of over One Hundred Recipes, forth there is a' large :vorlety,' are done ,up In three aTHE: house, situated on Broughton- 330 barrels Tanners OiL various kinds and, lremaouriOllNSOLFormerlyof

lLCottOnand ; use of druggists, Apothecaries.Perfumers, wrappers. .'The inside is of lead. the second water between Abercorn and Drayton- qualities from 35 to 60 cents per gaL Jacksonville-,N,'C*
i Woollen Machinery and ., Medicine .Factors: and proof paper,and th, outside Chinese rico pa 1,500 gallons in \casks of various dies,various ,
ZteSaw: mills Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Articles. Edited by J .: streets for a ter11'or years';respectfully informs the kinds and qualities. ,from 35 to 60 l CUFTOS FtJu. OeU 9,'JS5I.. .
': and
; Engines. per.For- citizens of Savannah "
,and the"
HORACE EVERETT sale ai the New cash public generally, cents per gallon
Graduate >
and Member of the iYorkpricestr by i6 htt.
, Ja 'all .Also The : 151 regular and transient, on the most: reasonable and coarse machinery in barrels I pletely,cured one of my men ef a long
execute 'celebrated Recipe of,Professor Wilisrd Broughton .Savannah,Ga.> or
.MJUSITr..m.prmpl ud
. -1r'. Machinery all for making good Soap at one ent pound, i i Feb. 26-tf terms, and pledges himself,.by strict attention to casks, .of 'any consistency. renIre I obstinate Diarrh.-Frem IU complete %%
and iriQ per business, to merit the patronage of the :public.II. .- Price 6 cents lain eeaoywhet&aT1otherm44IeI34fbMmj
{ Oontractfur whole Mills from theTvrater that will wash better and per pound. ,
quicker, without labor '
wheel or st Mu engide t. tho finlnhing ma: than any other ,Soap oycr.;manufactured- 'This, ; 'ht JOHN t A,' mAYER! DRUGGISTI intends to' make the Mal'1lbaJUlol FIRST '150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint ia barrels at :I 1 take pleasure in recomiaeo4ia' 1 WUy. ..

chifl/., tetoam i.Saw M&lLi'for or;' single alone is worth fifty times the price of the book to lV, ,!. 154r, Bronghton j street, Sav.nah.; Oft.OFFEH3" CLASS Hotel. His table will be supplied.with',ovary the lowest market prfce. iTaluabI'mediobe. Yours,&'iJcn
gAg luxury that can be procured.ang5 E _
Nofhtntry Oi/ I
MW ahbt. Tools of ; any family.Exclusive.wholesale agent for the far sale warranted not to chill In the -
eYer article In his Tr.E.PoIsett.
Can.. Imo_. iLLIAMiORNON.1OaN.700.buslels coldest.weather, and considered it .
cov* ( Machineryotajj United Slates and_Canada':. q .. 'line of business, besides', ] by those. using ".
band, cjth Jr finished or In -.11. W. ., equaltoipermeil.,
.ad.ol rogr,1 ':Spirit Gas, Gas Lamp Camphine, cb
; rg euit bo filial la short notice.ie ,, 100 NassaustreetY prime WHITE CORN. Boiled Paint OU,'equal Linseed Oil other
Landreth's Warranted ell
.', r. Garden _) Fornalely, : ; Dr. E.' Polneott-Deat Sir i TJiree pert
than for
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*WA>T (ry l tw.; Price',80 : nw. .Post.Office;Stamps enclosed Seeds, < ."
.Ul'.r,.n.tfttjtraetiug,for'Mills will be'furnished t that amount wilt pay for one copy, which'will Scgars, &0.& ,, JAMES:HANHAM/Bayfsi, I am constantly tri g large supplies of the .Bottle of your most .valaable Jaedldae ea11 f* ;

l flih drswidrs'Xorrarranglng the Mills;without. be sent free'to'any par'or'the' IJnIt4d'ELaLes. At wholesale and retail. ; 11"2'door.Eait above named,articles and my motto is,. a of Bellechasse & n' attack of 'enm&llT'J'IO
.U i,' J I-' t s F1neg profit* and quick returns- >
Booksellers .
Stationers "
xlairgeX Newspaper Agents; &0' ;:n : ,
ff Splrif mninntactpred, a3:ajwayi fresh ATS '
; White
... SOOrbnjhel Heavy- OATS. B"FPONI) mejicliia tlioai tlmnlrl7
Jf 1 < Illelf .', 7001 .
AY cash remittance will ,.
COUPON ; Agent enclosing a receive the work '
and.lor salons
: low be ,
M can purchased fn the ,
by JAMES I1ANIUM 86 WaUr tho'PcarlVt. :" UIt
; ."' : : at a largo discount off Northern st. r Honse.JanilS52.tVH ,) lil
A)2. 'aprll15I market;for caiti or approved credit, Jun'.J7 --'jBay-streeJi. \ New York. 1 C. 4Np.u.E ,

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