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: January 2, 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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Aeeting L th ctizena of Maroatouri11d :- Wethe 1"LPttLbWtm&zxs t pirtie-ihere terms mare If it has re4ourcero Ft ot

ht the coirtih'osi inOcajjon ap6ktey' the ;Pr ident ofihe Cthstitn uiacceptab3e to us oftbe South.'iin wil! 'Yere there rat: b It'9ut' fl tb uendzji1k.M
tional IJnionmeeting f4nahcisrn.at lheNo4b.aiid 'ultraisrnt the
the 3d aa3;of DecmbedaTD .ClflrttC Inst., tq addr ss ,yoq ofVednsday,an tnitation, io c ec. South, made to gmw'and faneir until a lt'was in tbe Carj835 that ttgbi tobe'to.Ct1mtnediateI Isay1that of thee.beaTe .

wheij nnmbr oftizen of oiber4countzesof operate with ps in crganztiA C6nslituflon .' wer ki1le&T jthe ontbc t'of Thu'StateandTh d the EM 4dmende&jo ufterancelo tMnhieet iEcoetea

Thtd& were present-Gen Jobn Scott $?l Jnion1'at, ofth&State of Fl rId pr hTher6 1nabi many'wayiof 1ecoinpIiib .. the.tOrstherati6rf bVtb Boarit' tto diction of thtprincples' *mbraced ,
lug a good work 'anil we'wAd! muh th Ei mntil O11tiOIr( %Ve1iaye atigMtoform
nitio ;
paratory to a tlorganzatonjouId very a ew
wuiunanmousIy! chosen Presideut, d upon most regret ifjbere.was but9neway left Qf.si- jid G h MJ'A emblv' cf this'Sttel4 !1twopinioa
resectfullysuggeet to the Consiftu, '
in the .hstr,in brief audez lional Uiu9n menof eack vms, this Unfon. Bdt 'th&.Constitutional : oLtn .Dnocrtpartybn ibj

e4tbbje flheTueetig. piiety,y atbe necessity of county holding, thepro.prima.y Union menthink thia'bestj kdfeatt1iathilst"we JoroughB y lh idi 1ri'bIa'iJglepoint '- Mr;HV2tnLi Do 1-under n&3tbagen. ,

are *esolvingtas to other '?. fI7.1fflfl brroad. t1emana ing.thataU who.wete in
.After. fo&bly.a ibe *Ijn- meetings and erpresing yOurviewi and plans r. : d "' danceat tbattaneus'CndrsedmiceIt

wch1bes t o r beIoed country In con.eeuc wshes iniegard to The finalityof; tecompmmzse the gaiIe4 enemies oftbeUnion,jhrqugh '. Purluant' Li to'ubfl 181. u ] ," c'oii d
geTs andyonrdeterminations the srumenta1ity ottbe rc-prganization ol potir th&11abitantj itte of three *' t4 tht

1of faetiou 'iirfari o the compromise declarations necessary tobe, mnadeby astq iedi.the the o1d.'corruptand rr pting pIrti iny ,ofTamja: -'and' vicinity met, ,.. a pt z'the) 4'Couij:1 be.app th lnt d1by'hfsiL Y WPoTx frhere waa no erprepnu&
of the last hfge4porie.ssemblythe dates makethihsteflbrts'bnavaihing. '; w' ; jctmi .sentimentngaii.st'ilMr.iCABELLO
congress for1be'Tre4dency; to mCetwzthyoursujortf'and .,'at clock.P.TM,. The meeting wa 44 ( YIoida.
fr' Thereis'onething inoetcertain there -" J 'I ii '/
forrnatio cli, Ni.tio I tt.ttioni1 alsoto send 'deIegatisto ; can call .J' :
was to order theflon.M. .
U&on partyis abarrMr ga stNoikb $tate i.Conventionwhich :lbe meeting ,has Cessfgl! 'po.methodp[ separating these State sue?, when Gen., JxssCjzzi by C.Bgowj, ,; sentiment wasultered agaiustiq bxLtheyjj.4Oii.

sugg $tei should take place on thq 23& Feb. tnlesJngeniouslycloaked deraprCqce'to '1 '
: thIab1e.i I .
:sayiben: tbatIca.tscop.4
n.Ojntioa sa Chairma 1 1 J isIiwt ,
mary nex atTallahasiee'tbe; bjicF ofwhich' 'Secretj ;.. yhichfead'
Joseht.'Ta1oivi&G.P.. will be to choosedelegates toa Nationti the toIoorC Ar erieanpeoyle ei"ery whereare loyal At the equetc4/ the 'ch rIi riattn ndUninimously.adoptedMT. gres lziI bcardndat4nd
elected secretaiei. Constitutional UniO Convention ndto nstttjitjonah U4Ionan4.canbe9uscd
Yelvetton were ing8tatedthattheobjoj tbe .
On moton of Maj. Gaines, a couu&tteeof.Ete appoint the place of meeting and thne fot to.a rnutinyofjovewbene'et oc.cason tke the meting.wasto bthosewhostocxUby.the
fnteoal rigbtaoff:
holding tbezame. .. re4nires But we would tb m ieeo ; peopeponthe jo.tnoval Xmproement&to WIiQUi was reterre
the chairto draft that alPwh ctUnidn! UnidnI di'-sCct.onot,tbeiUaion, and byth g n.-4,
were appoted by The Constitutional rinot for ctbe 1ndian The di'ehjct ofiDe1eateqh&Raflrdto
Uni n ni n of all StiOns time ba4 ar Mitution of tb..s&.Sites: 4YhClrCt.
reio1iitons ezpressve of'th sense of the.zAtttTgM&j entertin bu tbe Union; and wheft thy 'fears niithIT1nueti te
one sentiment That the iakenTb held at'Nwrlansponed the cilofVasbingtoii esteay-Joarnl
W. Mar.anEmraPrestJ.McGahaganand j'that
iidaiiger to Iak&its alovatIo1
lateOomprdmtseabuldie held andonctdered d eisionfdipeop1e wi'1d ibeo11ovmn'g aesoIation of .ihe
1 a ettlementiorev of into ihir owa poteifliat caro be guf eainb1aij1itIsd1thtqusviz appr ing cornp '
the committee so appointed, havi g retfred,' r 'theelavery agi.tation. keeping.. ; rthe gover rniitof.the ckso t ;W1ereaj a EaiIcia& Conytzon is calleatomeet :,*
wrote their resolutions and 'then througti -' ? at New Orleans onoiabuid the 8th cratic caucus1 and, much to myeurprise3
Letsusb t uthel ithatllth baa initiati+
persue COity jhc in teinn'easyrtO
Gaines 'Tbey have seen with deep concern, that e had been lefeatedA 'TheWhig; partybeI4 a ,
chairman .
their Maj. ,reported.Vbereas. disunion sentment N rth d- SOuthiscbangei January, 1852nd it is impotantthat. this,
politicans in both be un&erstooL edto beseenhether rneetintu.daan I confess.somwhat tamy
% acquiecenee in the late Corn. sections, have been die. intoJove 1Iremai portionofFloriJa should bereprese Led Jo'saIcI -
promise, in ali its parts, by majoritieain both one posed subject to make and party have cipital of ed ibis danger. liIeVe all'tbatre ently expressed batred we ofthegovernment ou1&secoxida onvention therefore forin surprise tThey.stand put themselvu, iereJ upon.atan4be3:mYPata

iections is essential to the an& rejoi together r prOposal 1ikeIyto be .eobeneflicialto this lZesolvedTbat this
peace proc.pentv the sett1ementfiniflyeflcted the ofihecompromiieb! the meeting app&nt two stand wherelIw great l.Jnion: party.otthe
ofour country, and to the perpetuity Congress of ''both the 'old by' troticin fugitive sav lawofthe constitutionby: partp: F1OrtdTnaitcu1ar, and'ndirect1y Delegates to'the said convention, and that South stttd; ;'.they standuponihe Constitu! .
.nd ate
ofour government and Union estmctrnn some lenominatedas theobsolete anIun-, to.t'! $ta1eat Jarge.. Mr. Darling alsostatdtiia the said Delegates be; hereby intrucIeiL'to tion as at is they en4orse the compromise a
t old pa
And, whereas, by a re-organizat.on of the sublime effort of o the ose party patriotism.tees, in this wise compact of ourfathere, has beenspirited.awayl : another object.of h act in concertwith anyother Delegates train total arnf finaL, settlement., 'Tbn geutle. )

oldparties there is no likelihood of obtain.ing In-all the elections purest which : N nor' is there .a solvent 'in meetingfvastocollectpublic this State they may meet in the convention, man from Yirgina ,(Mr.Meade) arrived.at.1

such unaairnous acquiescence, or at least this have followed the vast laboratory of ?nat rC can change siiiinentupon any work to make a fair and candid representation oftheaivaotages th 'couclusion that. this 'action of theWbg ,,
vocal declaration either in adjustment by Cotigress, the patriotic of that hate of IiTerna1 that .wouid the
n uneq by' its both to love. We i ustwatchl-Wbilst Impoveinciit that inght seem tobe resuIt.by caucus was consummated by Southera.deWbgs
in ,
(a'-Because that portion of the democra.C old parties divisio, ,sand both sections, despising the world. knew iio government better than usef l bible section, nd the State. Construction of.a Railroad from Rose Bluff jwlth4.a fewNortrn. %VMgs I'wout4t
party the efforts of lead.
bich has preserved its organization in who a constitutional inonarchy it was truly said Oniwtion toTampa3aynot only. togeneral trade in cay,to the gentleinap,that
seemed of.Dr.S.LToddftwas .
is anxious alone for party and or.dered the Gulf but to,,'ihat of,.New
the South, opposed to all the Compromise 'eternal'yigiia teisthe price of 'liberty. particularly among the:Soathem-Ybigswssery grei4, .
x ept the fugitive slave clause, and even personal the settlement.To success. have heartily consented to This proposition has lost nOne' its truth thaia Cmmtttee be apointed at ,tbedi Orleans,'and to explain fatly thefaci1ites of in reference .toJhecionof,, theNortbe *

gara tii as more than worthless-Whtle agnijor'ity love or cogency in'a government purelyof the cretlonof th draft resolutione Tampa Bayior.the ,terininusofsuch. Rail-bVhive. :My irnpress1onjsthat.ib majoItyofthem
of the Northern Democracy approve the Union and the Constitution people. Though th crystal streams of the jaM beyond that of. any other pointon ''the; did uotatte dthecaucus.'IberI
b meetingupon'the
iof the in all its and as not been, norcan it be tonfined to par. well from homestead and coast otF1orida .. ,.
were.J think
Compromise parts cx. ties but to cave them must be the work of power ,up every Bubject oL theremoaj of the In.dia 1 ut tw lv&orfoun en.Sautij'ernWhgs
press a willingness to abide bythe fugitive horn every inountainfr m every yalley t T.P.KENNED'4 in ihatcaq usal of whomiI
slave Jaw, the eflict of which approval wilibe the Union and Constitution4oving of, all from' the workshop the merchants' firesides ; and ,the.Ch'airman narnedDr., S.B I ,, JA1ESGErrjS, ; Committee, claredtheir'the ,

to break up the harmony of that party, parties Nine, in tenths all sections of the, properly'organized. th stately offlcei of the learned Todd, I. Darling1 Sherod .Edwards WG.. ..' !:- JDARLINGV1PIesi cancu$ and no lopgerto act,wi1thtVhi'g

ana destroy all chances for a re.organiza. have been people every where professions, the cottages and princelypalaces ; Ferrsand J shua Staftbrdsuch committee... \\ :; !! b15 anhIReSOlution were readanduiinimous1y'.doted. paity.if.it fafle4 .iq p t ionJhjajjjnational'pIatform.'A
always and will
are, ever be in .
lion; especi&lly if they determine openly to of the free people fAmerica, meet.ing majoriiyof
favor of abiding the Contitutionand 1k motion, ofT.'P. Kenn dyorder d that osepezent.w
adopt the Compromise in full, and approve itin by and ,mingling in one greatand 'hresistible re ,A ;;thernWlig Tie 9th rtVhigs
laws f this Committee of vIn1 G Pein., and Jame's
in favor of l1cKay
government pre. a the'le.appointed by. the were
sincerity in their Ba1tinore platform for current; and thougtiwhilst the pO- bae ,now placed thmseveI
1R52:, serving this Union as it is as it was, as it pie 'will to be free'and' they are'.aekuow.Iedged of. nominated as delegates to the..Railroad Con.ycittion 810011 last,Congr ss.-vhere th5 gentIernei :

And because it is intimated by some of theN must ever creator remain and to be, whilst our Conetitnotionibe the greatsources ot.power, this the sentlinentofihe meetinguponthe subject pOrsiiiit ''tdf reoing'reioiitrons,. from Georgia and myself tookoarposition atan

rtbem Whig presses, that a requfrementvu preserver Constitutional of that Union Uni.onshallstandjButthe mighty current of power can neve roll of Internal Irnproiement,and the,Chir. and thy were uiinfmousI elected as such early stag of the organIzation of theiasr. '
the of Southern In Nation.at backits, the fouutaiSfrom' ,. House,
Wbigs, i. swellingtide oL'Repr sentatiyact.inconcert
men have seen with regret, thata few fa.natics man namej S. F. enec1y, .Tarnes Getii and De1egate5.,, wlo.were
UnionConvention, of the recognition oftheiugitive whence it-proceeded, yet d nrngog es : with men ursuing1
slave law, ira good fath and for. the South ofthe North, md a few extremists of may wheedle around and poison the crystal J.Da1ngassuhrnmittee. .. ,On motionorjered that the Chair appoint a coursetbat must inevitbyIe4 Li'nbversion

ever, will likely break up the harrnony ofth fixedness ofpurpose, by organizing have and been holding abl to a sp1 ln .until refnsing.to' mingletogether, On rnoton oIA; ling,, orderedthat thcommitte&on the correspondhig committee onnihe Railroa'l of the institutions of oUr ouittr'Vedetermined

Vbig party and prevent its re.organla.tionupbn the old parties break, their nationality to control they abailpour out theirmaddened waters the ..subjctof.. Tntern.I tin.provement and Messrs 'PtCennedy .1 DarIing 'npgerraffiUatwitha'
national grounds fox 1852. up and fprever.their own ourc s. ,'party.lhat.
coverup John 3acon named 1pLsumgIgAth.
their such
destroy consrvatism, and bring take into Zcoyidertion h'tpro.prietyofsending4legatesto'rjireset were a corn.mittee
And, whereas, it is alike 'essential to the Fellow citizens'yOu think we 'do.Theniet' .
this government and Union to the very brink Cs : and onmotion,Gea.'Jissc Carter was :i 0a'4tA
preceryation of the Union, and the rights of acttogether-aIong' pull, a this '
the $outh, that the fugitive slave lawbe ob.'erved factions fdestruction. And further,that these same. strong ull, and'a pull altogether and the portion of Fiorida, in ,tbe Bal oa4 Conren.lion4p dd d'tO the committe : from-Florida-if' he intnds o edeude4byjth

in gooJ faith and forever by the par.ty to compel are making'the old now their intoa death etrug.gle work is accomplished All doubts resolved, neetatIIew Orleans onthe, ;8thbfhnuarynexifaddraft.resoIutionsfor Onotion, ordere4 that ibVSc tary funish ,voices of the. tweLv&otjourteeajrt-
thua'bound, viz the North: parties reorganization no fear left of. mishaps. But if we pull: today the to the RaiIroad em. ,.
the Delegates on'renti -
ofa Presidential
$n4 bereas, ourlaith in the people every. upon eve and ou 'tmorrov-if "ye all act'nOt For, by.hisown accounts t1ee ''wemfour4jJ
election, that they be re-instated in action of this . nwithan authentic o.f omuchofth' wqu1dIeaveabont.twentysee.n
where, apart from party inftuencesto, abide may po.litical in contert, ant superiority of' numbers will mectin. copy teen

by tIe Constitution and the Compromise, todojnstic power-the arbiters'of the success of avail us nor our country anytbing. Peiidtng threpot of tIe,. &idngC' f this. meeting_ as reltest Nodhern higU'
to each otberand in all sections to parties; they may' grow and fatten he- And can. there be a Southern man, who D .Uo1nd.w! 11d ibesiaid, lie appoitmenL ) ontthir4ofthosepreunt, refused -w ,
yond contro!, and finally send this glorious baa interest ; yotsifor the resolution, it eYe qWelf1 ,, '
forget .nd forgive, and tobe reconciledtoeah at heart the true of own sec ,Oanotion-R olved 'ha th retar'furnishautbentic
confederacy of free 'and republican. States and bscheered. ,
other is unbounded tiop; and at the sem time sincerely desires, or thirteen Northerngq ptjo ,,

4.ndwbereas, parties are attempting to reorganize into hepless! and hopeless' fmgmentsapiey as all n w profess to do the preservationof1he .--.' .-.. Mr.Uolland''.".' 4 .,'said. ._,; 'that.the-,J.f'*& .imme- cpies of.,the' proceedings t. iJIr.ii )' 1l .1

upon the won out. issues -of the to foreign ruleor domestic despots'Constftutional Unionand i tbe Constitutio who.will diate. einoyaI,. ,of the. Indians. was a mate of f 'this meetiii 1ctb'i"FIbridianandi Jour. Tr.CABELt.,. ..tigeJi4.(4tlernercuacVjriaiabat
Union men 'see also with '- $ '
1' '- "-
patby dodging the recognitiofl of the Compromise regret, that in many,localities where the old pot accept of the position whichtheCowstititionM primaryimportance Io the.welfareand- ,iire'S nal"and. ; .'"FforidaRepublican"'newcpapers t'th&Govrnrof..theState epltij'thtWbiz
iu& Unko take inj'egard t our ( )
; joUov
rtjftg opou pretences,
false; issues, base coalitioni, and thei flu.euces parties bare beenable to retain theirorigi- peculiar institutio s' That'fstbat ths settlementis 'se1! 14 Jutumproepeqtyofiniiportb'npfFIqrida it theywouit4O wnaiemi'cratsfilejtodq.fu1ly
nat and .
distinct organization either both Wthe .
of party habit for success by' to b& flnaamrthe last. Upon paflicuaranindiiectlj, endire-1tb .cojpromie..and
Now therefore, consenting to and adopting the Compromise what her'm nds can the South' be whole thatTheIndians4remaine& 1athe. the ;tbanks of thati aya ltatl4In.1sayiflg' /

Raolved, That we whose names are as a final settlement of' the slavery agita.tion brought to unite Andwitbout, unity what .Staeia violation o the treaty oiPane'sLandtngan& this' metin Ire tendered to the Chairman thatthCreWeP0Ta gnflaj3.hO .
hereunto subscribed and or by making the issue indistinct, they can be accomplished in subduing. the eftbrtsof leftthe meetingotth p3.se ote2r3
appended, renouncing iubsecqent nveiicins i. for 1ii ent1eiu nly.dep rimnii IIYS Cc '
are not unfriendly to )
Old ties and difirences a re-organization naiona1y Northern fanatics to' control 'thi action resolution I think threwee.bUt tree
bn4e ourselves party as a band pobtical of brothers, in all, md that they; and theirfavorites for of our common government in regard to the known.to,and unrecognized by iheconstitu. sion. ; A There werI 'an/pretty:subctwetz ,

sincerity, asa Constitutional Union Party ofth the Presidency, are being moved by their institution of African 5lavery in the South! tiP!! OthisState.. TkeY agreed I the' proceedingi fifty 'andIargei

Countyof Marion, preparatory to a na.tidnI fears and hopes, and played upon. by' the And wbatsensible.inan oI'ibeSouth: can repeatedly Temovetothewest of the of1t1is meeting b'igndby the Chairman a pronorto 5t5.nuint a! attcnded.,,

LOrganization, upon the 'basis of the leaders Southerir of Thghts'extreme party, (factions as'they;denominate that the seeany other method of securing our institutioni Missiand itwas notonIytheintere8tbutthe and Secretary. the Dem crati&dcuI am eiualljsur jwho'voted

Constitution and the Compromise in all itspartsa aains the'purposed wrongs No farther business-being before the meet.ing .
themselves,) composed of those unfriendly duty oftliisStatejo 'jiold them jo Uad t
ettiement forever of the vexed of the fanatics' the North, but by uniting' -
''question of slavery.2Resolved to theCompromise of .both the original par. ourselves, and. combining with our their agreement, be said they could notbe removetIbyfthe o ,znotiofl'it adjourned "ne die." Southern Wbig3eAtalIT attendet e. acusthere
ties, are anxious for a coranization of the friends.of aU.dies'tbere: in ;JESSE CARTER woiId'iave1ben ainuch.betteexhibit.
i ,
Ifa National organization of overcoming so-called persuasive roei : .
old.partieiuponthe worn out issues of the ofthis'caucus. stregarded.
the of fanatics! Would it hO 'Thliori
the Constitutional Union Party practi. power sane usea the General and I; 4awj
prove now by Goyeroment, ; .
day, and are dodging the question of the foru to 'make 'enemies of One entire party as theacti ii'ofthe hig party ,
in National
cable that we meet finality of the Compromise. That the force there!' Or wilithose' who'cOntended.a few advised State actioni the matter at he ear- Eztrcts 'from'Debtes 1n the'floUe'of Cangress ;

a114 independent mise of old candidates.party efforts for the, select Presid of.babi and the cry 'all is weiP by those short'inonthe ago wehed no friends there, best osbl periods' and that'ifthe, Stae ',L L 'UepresentaUves4 l.Mr It is cthfn1yiactfan&th.i5 ,mst
men as
Conipr ncj an& VicePresdencyone frorn'each of wlo have opposed peace, are inclirJng the in their phrenzy. for party success, tell, did not tak a stand for thJirremov1, tnt CABELL. I have buta few tvoMs to forth to: .th'nntry thata uieetwg bJ.b
people to submit theirneck again to the what hasfallerifmmt1ie ge'ntieman' memb rsbf CongressWU a1I4hadyertisem
us now, that we. have friends enough inon. dov' say In.reply to Whig
the ld ranke, and one from each see. waited for i.li Fedemi iiiimeiit'1od6 it
party '
yoke and despotism of Nor can MrMeede and from in papere'ot'thisci
parties. 'paTtM do us 'ample justice! fraViiginia, ( ,] nt,
the old
lion, and run hem, thoughboth par.. they view with' brightened hopes and' in. This be true apartfrom'party.driil Itno the Indinswould b fonntFrhere tbeyarewenty the gentleman froiI Illinoi tMrThchardson.3The that aIIwere'invited to attend, an&ba4: s.nopportuniy.'af.yoting
wbitewuh dreorganization. may
tie do cfct a pastcred. up' or creased 'pleasureS the poeitio the Constitu.tional doubt is true;.'. But swill.it not be safer to years hence, better prpared for war gentleman train Virginia (Mr. for'r'agains the le&*

'3 'Resolved If a National organization ofconsti'tutional Union men of the great State of Georgia secure our friends of'both tile old parties, than'now; On lbW dbe1ren'men4eanextrasei Meade] has said'in the c6nrse cit hie t marks oIntionjand.it is toDe presumed that ifther'had.thieviolent
have stopped at that is to remain only thatit isthe destinyof the.Sonthern'Vbigsto hostdityto Southern netitnti _
with them such whilst '
Union by. combining, as I1ture 1dI thC
Paflyprov imprac.ticablethat ZiTthe. would
S Constitutional Unionreerve. Becauee their old party. ties am weakened, an4. they affihiAte'withthe Democratsof the North. r1alhat is imputed ,to.them they
we stand alooffroin both the old f intituting decisive measures dn&'into the caucus and,doa what ,,
advocating opinions which meetwith a heartyresponse are diso ed to meet 'us oa'a common purpose Mr. Mxinx. 'And of theouth. hav ; ,
prtyconventions nutil they jn open day and. in' theiiartiof nine tenths oftheeop1cevervwbere groandli r' Mr, Ilol1al wa applauded at eevera!points Mi, Cuu. yhe.Ilert, my Jioine in W&Democratioaucus have .
In language which cannot be inistsken, pro.mulgate beingaiready arm.ly tiS the South.Idid feel itwatoe destiny dOwn the.resoIutiou.At present Laxbound.tci .
ijdsif1 17'7
Believiog that all. 'these considerations of his li1; :whib ,
their doctrines and thefl in solid phaIanx spe ._ . for.
ganized, vJ thouh a small party1 able have' all alonginfluenced we make the j' : ; $( 4P toaffihiatetvith, the'Democracy of the Iorth.tcould peswne that the action of the caucus he14.thia .
: move tothe cupport fthaz partywhichirinbst tohold'all other parties at tbay; theotber statement niorelnaccordance"with'the you discharge the'reportcr, n consquence pf ; ot;affitLate WiLb the, emocracyq morning is the action of theWbig paty,,

unequivocally in favor of ab&ding bythJat.Compromie parties worse than 'disorganized, 'for their of in asaigned mission than'with the other busu'iessto1do him jniic "Ajhe the,SoutLTheSouthen, mo acyvtiiimy and they have placed themselycs.uppaIDa,.

as a final settlement ofth oranicjarts contain elements incompatible intention of.ofiring anything which could close ofjjIolla ds retharki, : opinion, as wrong on many-questions platforin where I stand.' : t & 1t ,
slavery agitation-thus controlling nltrais lithe Northern Whigs. They.were seeking Mr. Mxne. I would ask the gentemanl.to .
wnh'national harinony-the Constitutional make IOU more proinpt, to discbaige a tee oni3dianrcmoval: reported tb&f01o! _
for the present, and preserving our dietintorganization Union partymust be iceurn lative and known duty; to their ch fr.man. 'totearup the foundations of ourOoverninent, state to the-J1ouse whether hei be1ieves..
your country. Preamble and RsolLtons
until we caD eflect a Natibnal ing that that resziluti if voted forJiy thai
need nly towflInot' nly'tocontrol partiesbutto considerations of subscrib wbilst.th&see.ingro n,eyen
%Vhh 'respect we -
organization and triumphover schiarnsan1jzms DrS. fact reltect.f
Northern doesin
become a national 'party, exert- ourselv Friends prouuceezcuemen.tu r iu&i Wbigs present
and everypolitical disorder.. lug its purifying influence over nien, parties, "; 1'1 'JNO..L.STEWART: ; r :tbe pr nie. he'.1ndi'aniwhhinthC would lead to:the same 'ie ItdtT pjit4no the opinion of the Whig partyof trieNorth .

.resolved, That an 'cosideration of the d thegovernthent: as long as the people JOSliUA.McGAHAGN,1 limits of.the Stateiprejudicialto1t affiliate with the Dsunionists"and! Seeesi ,nist ,MrCizw .IwilL.say' tbthatrefiectstha

mrtanceof the lnterestsinvolved n'thenexCPr remain pnrC'ahd capableof self government. .WM. MCGAHAGIN : welfare ahd'prospeTitjafld'the in'habitante of tie South, orwitb theAbIitiOa1st Of eentate of the JVAzg'ReprtWtht' ,
sid inwbicbweLt.ve nlial election' s.nd theehorteessoftb Let us not. content ourselves, when after 1.' IIIBYROBEftTS,' of the :frOntier*re'-'UOt ifl.a state of the ti f the florth inthis }!Ou3e.. 1aoDtsaywbat

6m toorganizunsNstiqna1 an mn xampled 'political trugglewbenafterbarely 'WMrROBERTS security, nov norin.consequence.of .1 came tere beIiv2lg 1at iasm7iTtnylo tre thsentimentsof.theindtidP.-:

party1.we 40 berebyuggest 'escaping 'politicai shipwreck, '/ ', HIRAMIt MANNc t t. ,tb ;. knqwii .p rfidt' f athJiate with jhertnDemcrats, al cbnstit euis-bitt'it'e eCthth present tentimCntsof -
the 234 da of Februaiynextfor the assembliflgbIjcdneiitatlo we have'neirly cast anchor i 1 'sae barboi .. LEWISC.GlE. the IndiLns, whaie'not. estained'v1t1 inthimit 4 sueb Southern 4bJ a majoiity.6fthe hig ipresOitatiTes -

l tlnionState Conyen* togve our eaif agai tqthetempestto Y .; assigediiO'%,' 'llor everbake' the-lJnion awl the:! onstitio ai.it is.iot.b elected tbisoue;howereE.umound
,, _
TaLlabAsseEfortbe pUrpose be carried frightfully al ngin the bark. ,. Snow- ,St XIa r Sonth.- ,'- been; therefore be it lq ert 4nth&eour of my.Con.ressIona1 'the. opinionsof:that portioa'oI the
cfptiogdelegatu to a Nittoital Consutou.UiiionCouventionud weresnoeeoufld'mei Whig have beinia forzner'tunes... .
ness; driven by themerciless storni among iihC at't' Ii jtJ.Thatrrov.e5 experiencethatibero partytny
to express a the roaring breaktrs and fearful quicksandsidtb weatherf oftheeoJulJOn& of ',m tng in tbeongtIofthe United Since I have been: in thi city' aM.ba'veconversed
ben and where said' NaUozal Con been theserest we have had einc&the year 3acksot the the Democratic wit membersl I have, learnei1-
bldoe ano1 politics.If .- the geld at Marianna, m ihryon Siati upon. this qnCstioniu -
venbon baWine C 1835. 'At17 'clock'yesterdAy inorning 2lstofNovember Ias 1ili he ;ii till amongthe Whigsa d I Iia4 con'Adence and ii I am mistaken as gentleman to car.reetmethat -
tii partf1tban
old rti bays
.5. Resotved, That a Corresponding Co irth p r-orAanzewe. an inercuryin the openakstoodonIyi above ; and 1or-the.futiue. L the Thmdratic party'obthe
earnest iii ibeirIortner. declaratiohe, and 'intbeiI The all the wascovere4 Floridiadand'TZuI4aloftbe: th inaP, iii theirassirancea
ground 'day
i t'e ppointed bytbe Chair, to prepare zero. State'oI NeYorkbaYe'rttflUiC&t'thid
oL taking uthose great
bat ed Wht 'must be the and sleet donen a 4h b atexprcssia&ofitsentiwen.uponth came here-fb'tb pn.qiose
a4Jreuiobe oher counties of ibs 8tateinyiug. present -'--, -' with sheet of snoW With'sbarj referre4toba itconId regarding them as bmtbercjwbowere House but one memberthe-geflIeA-
1Jen to zend delega1utothe saidState'Conventioi cqurseofeicb.. : biting wipd from' the :ndrthwest. 'iered ubject L : men bythejiand wi1ling't stand: .witine' by the froth the city9f Ne'YokiraXUPOutheTCndorsement0f

at T&Wiaesee .:Tsouibern.) Rbts Democracy, (not ievegaI pereons out ekath ; uttinll make.' ihiitanti f the CoititutiOn'of thal.Tnited Statesi T will not -the comyroinise meaeures -

ft Resolved; That1hiaCOnstitutiOflalUni'owConvutionofMarioncountydo rneanig thenationil democracy,) teI us in sorts fiigures intheice .snow, sivellas *, .. Resolved, Tha as'lththCcUately interested m nidividu1& ortnigt point'iotbMflJematfrom _' r. ,.

elect bybllot.thrcerddegtes their ,nanifestoes, in anticipation of anation., anynuin1er ot now.baIlipg, pries.Op fr ntier and therefor jbeIndians,8.nd Indian&L&G rmafl] whha Mr..IILaT'Ithiuk th.ent1emani1is.err6r.

to epresent 'it in the $1:e.organization The wbiga .of the North dneaZ the &as an :alterimte ,faIl of5et iaU, tbat'cappertaifl'the to sueer'intl3e been i.med by thegentIemaafroin liii.'nofsathito : :,. 6 -
Slate Coiitibn.t, sMs XUie 23dday. are all abolitionists and friesoijers; that they soow arid: rairi-bras a fi etiOus old mod likely ofig to.be the gentleman bimself, [MiRichardsou.1ZIt'UtflT Mr DEAN. AS,4fl&Ot the'mbeaekctedto'this'flo

f Febpiaiy next will notbeiitat to incite our slaye, toyile writer'ba.i'ft-"A t itiIetheif1tsnew yeat, expcctttiosthatJehoul&act s froin'the'Stattol N wWrk,
ri rbaf Qt1eet.afartherineetlog! : war, and provide. .tbCui with thC means .then it thew; an4 hsh it frir.') : upon.the for tbicremqval'froth'thl withthO3e' men1was'wilhing, IonlJ sathatth Democratic2 Q VedtiOOat

: crztbefrmaste's4 Thi theycan. On.turning lathe backfilesQf the Repib.ijcanwe.ndthat take. rI sea expectedtkat'IshOU1diea my New

tbAt4rsbnLwi1Wng lo. b come.mebcs not believe, but bold.to be necessatyto the oa the8th day olF'ebruary183S -' i.ResorvedTliati.thi 3IMii aIimust. be.reinoyed vote for-the'gertt1enait tronJentucky, ( co.Ycltioz. of this ycer, Sfld the'PemOCtatiCntonof

oL theafoedprgioxaan.at any..tpe ucceuiof1beirPartY1O't0 declare., If the 'tCrmoICl'er,1n''this' fy; av5'o'1ocku'th andtbattbadiffiCUY! an4eZPP'! BoyiI, believing ibaL beioI&be teflqnec ,the Congres&on45tflct4icb

4p SQ 17 sepi3ipg Le thtrnanes t.o either there ibOUld be.a"re-organization of the niorrzing'stocil :t uiiodat7o't1oekiat5atOVe ttending theirxcmovI wiI only beinCrea4by of the mocrr.Jparty; bat tapartyjfterral1 i:
? Onths: ne day ;
be tor1kth
oTthe ucretariu ci thizfltetzng Whfiparty (whcbwilL. noet likely tiprofeiana.on ;,14qbj qt, .
,. :TIiattbkm n 14 making J3ethocrati party re.orgsji1 atAaguetaiothis State, it8too&at onpa terest'of theSt te woukLtfldor$4sthe compromsemea8tPcs sett1emenothe ; "

lp'exprees.injtheroigpip ec 'wsexptct more bqpesty.of many alfdegTeesbe1o2ero it.'sufl ri5e4.jo i4bSBDD't which'reed the Whig'partywou1dpQt

ieitim ut* dd ebyIteae of'tharpanytand that ihey In turuwill iiotdee1&re'thatrtheNorthern n.l1, above zeroanct'at's p-CetlD above) dlWotbat'tet'mOcrati7arlrPi enUemat anyinjustick $
cbatta1i6ochie'river *ai. thpl t 1
.rba bQUfl khayea1d
intentth resotuU n4WtiiCbtte : moracjreduita'sAbad'a& ?
lnipirlatt thIr4NortherlIdWhJgstCitktcb blocked uptvit14ce at aiit.caIIed"ChIm.niyB1ufl -'U eJ4 trrwai'sound-upao4bat'question. Jeagues.kButIpcratJcpattyM
Ui1 C0mTte
Con : ;
0 lL course fail t wsdenLtbs breach d eteamboatswere compejle4thro ; i, w. tIs tatnjwhosi rev

;'aIAotTanpr titWeenths tw ictio $ r4et usbe1ieye -- fctthkbbM'noteeu. btforulcofttreoprose4
at,1r either) 4 k fee3ingsmtt1usrftl1eflatioL ; gli. Thtae rad btwe nSavtA'iahndcoi'b GVRRlS'f' ;t4hktt!; inttbdUded1bi.t e5OItiOU4iitt1itDeti.i know tint Tb : -w

And Butwi1HotmanT berslhe'TtellingibeJtratb ha4completelfo1ethfcted 'qrosa edsa1id thathbef ot his ettha4oneL'.but I have itotIfIS
withtreeS baz baMaLIen'froEn &uDere4'I that s'1htrdietibniustIotof i
.many4lready *
i ,eriatua1dipnafl1m0IfiY!
MM IrIenaniWiieoil the weight'ofIce an&snow'wb1)4pip4itedon ) .
th9 oiproie eU1MSMI'bmomeelisg -
p79dse4in of tb1SthetIn b pubUbe4 Id be pntrsetorwu "I,,, :
ofthNortbt1h abqnrtiot 1LI"
at Oea M tbtbg
ierator1pibli afdreesofleTP.binto' eyei 4ays coming tbrpugtUromM nofuctuousftir&ftisedt ; pa1JtMa.:'
of h ta bS4I51e41eopvi Mhd'Mat"thaV heImb r of thaJtOUd'
t'M41eidsrotI6i powerat"thel *fetae4 -

(the'mtid4iond>r oIpalsse c!$ % ItctldI o' $
? 't
J'MTAYLOR.; .' .cbaractcr. jt ::tfl I
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.' 93! YTo.i re Os., the $:uffld ftlate of ,ritic! % t I ', k 't ,

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. y :; < J Jpernced 'and his it is: reiorted,'have"given their adhesion to -,'
; .LMoRx .
( 'fjgjVjjgl&to' n
1 aaS
representing the Democratic 'val A. D. 98,'and by Pope Telesiphorus it nlI L1 g.em. rnd ( the new order of things, and telegraphic des
: 4 jb 't
4fe t State Who is the honorable wu ordered aboutA.JX137 tp.be' held asia ., ; : 1 ninv anojher: term, ,pap a patches from the Departments convey ia.

ten elDan hotsbtfoe me, (Mr. Preston I solemn feast, and that Divine 'service'should j' tjniitT. -* an mperfeci r 1 1'J t.fa3hi r r1i tichMr. tellijtence to the'effect that the President's
tang,) the great head and front of Free-Soil-I be performed on the .' Mt r ,tl *! ,, what' u declarations had been bailed with the utmost
Lm end Tan Barenmrnin his own*party 1 We also find, inscribed obhe''pefpf j jhisor ., ./ .t;; { # W lyye frienls Wl 1 nrti itOa.d, the enthusiasm throughout the.country.-Subsequently
t ,,we u sgn9t J ; ,
Who Are the great majority of his associates that Diocletian,the Rornatf < JTI J these reports .were contradicted
Were not Wore than' half the men on their his Court &t Nicmedi ATD. J / ; .etb e.to is the;first deman "upT. :Union regard as,their only'basfCongress.. and it is said barricades bad been erected ia

ilekelBarnbaroers!' The Honker Democrats 393, having been Chris "The, Republican.'! on the attention of a' press-local interests.On'thisp different,quarters of Paris but they'wtrt
bare surrendered, and are in open coalition tians,were ,.assembled jhis day in :great Jn tin'.the, ,n. 'ppeedilTbmkeIrldow,1Ntw th..t .. .
entering upon a new year ,.coqductotbeRepublicanu4tbedate.o int we 8hajlfh efly; yitbatittf.jest "i 1-1
with the Free-Soilers in the Stale of multitudes celebrate Cbrit's nativity, or "l
New York'j and. yet the gentleman' tells the aer the doors to be shut the church' I :.o'nr rr wishes,1and. >*.onrj-attentions" r i yvi.JMtJarvas tjsG t j? .ed resolutions teaderingto'Kossuth'an invi Ytc2thharh2ccdats stfl

House that the peal Democratic party of the set on fire, which decree having :issue falling upon the first day 01 the same, ._ti[me,.__would'_ _l _p .nnh_ _, '' h ayejeenjinuormly( .I "e'.. .: :.visit i the,Seat of; ,Government' the decline io CottoBatl-i6d.. Tloarwa' ,.. _
State of New York hare endorsed the com been carried into effect resulted in the irnmolationofeix a'few words by way (return'for the. 'kind7 it&I iflijmallobjicis''which 'promote i':'wrmark' :tatino, of 'State ;and: appointed .a joint 1m: "m'had advanced one shil "
promise measures L Go, again to the State hundred individuals.Correspondence ness>of "our ?patrbnaTand'f bff? salutation vto ffie'busmess prwperity ofpor ftction.' ling.. Sugar'was firm and ia o desuerf/'
of Ohio--how is it there How is it in Massachusetts committee: of reception of the illustrious .In Carolina' Rice nothing ,doinr.. ConsoUfii
But itv would be inappropriate of the Charleston Courier them and to those whcmj r .Jiaye Jiadr the In t own.immediate i :iocalityVebaT!? Y} .Harigamnv wrere aboutiadjourninjf latithr thei'tt9734Utfed'8tate '

for me to detain the House at this time by., vfWA8BIKOTOK.DeC.18.; ." .satisfaction newly to add ta our,sub cri'pUqnlist nessed the.expansjpn.ofi! Ja e.}injerestvested ,latest dates r the,Christmas h1day The wirequo t4I 1.241prem.nrp )
tay further reference to this matter. The debate on Mr.;FOOTK'S rsoluton.en -as'well as Ufiij'tive.i .of oiir .in"milling and the:'lumbertrideTbd1branch -. :. i t lyi E.The lossl emj3 thfgtE.officet .
But the gentleman charges that we; the. tbe # Tha i CO.li8iDfi\fuJrt. ] kilted and.3 wi5soIdiers.fcilledLaDdfH15 ;
dorsing Compromise ture8 editorial c urse--wihl be timely'auHn plabe. 1 )of utility continucs steadily. toidyancand '
Whigs of the South hare heretofore acted in ing to a close it Is supposed Mr. : i'TT.transcribed*. on'fparchmentr.hy" -v .,Col.AVjt* *.. ;Ci ; .,01u dea.; .FreaIi .1
concert and toalition with the Abolitionists FOOTK'S reply t Mr RHETT to-day,the question" : Since the establishment of the paper fn'Jniy; raus in'the. '_energecfianas, 1J I.Ztlnger..f !the!'Stte.";Depment,"'and hestof.tIie RepabL'caa}leaders were daily )

of the North. Hecondemns; and denounces will ten and the resolutioh.passed.Mr. 1848, .we ,have,received uninterrupted.Testi. which'It'restslwntinuethe :manly: i b. ppael: m inS ; uaa e.- ,41Tt. lPOtEON'; 1 t is"said, will be ''
us for it. Buti ask 'the gentleman, with speech,attracts much attention. monials of favor to a degree.surpassing our growth and improvement of! .JOlngtow fc. whom'does he find the members of his own and will be extensivly", read.evr; ,wbere.Manyof merits or expecttion's. Confidence which .: f'4 : J i"fJ. !' ) and"other Generals;,were confined at" -toHavre
: t the Executivero'
; .i (
in for the' of that ,
the it of
party acting caucus purpose securing waiting' their.trial on,the charge
in usinthe ; i *&?
\ onsetby ,
certain advantages in the organiza. there is much ground for thegrievances set a voluntarily:,reposed' JL/excurstonrecently! ; toJl''Jstjonlies ,; : exciting $&soldiers to revolt.:.'Com,,fil os..J'.
tion of the HOUR!' Why,' we find them forth. so forcibly by Mr. RHETT. strangers; has, so :fartrr: .beingrwiib-; adjoining our own Jon t e ,south;, :: ':; ThSenateconnued: ) )f'ccupied ,u :APCATZJBT;:JpsE'"<.Ug;:;'who' wu neaf

acting in concert with the gentleman from Mr. FOOTE is about to leave for New-0r drawn.or. weakened, ngtbe has enabled us to'wines the"high: interest to: :the ioih nit,,.with; Mr.-Fpote's> .resolutionreaffirming' the barricade's'as spectator had his legbroV.4\-.1
Massachusetts, (Mr. Rantoul,) with the gentleman leans, OD his return to Mississippi. His sue tured into the.gritefu1} pledge:of .reciprocal felt in cnltivatibn of our 'great staples, : : :: ken andone-t 6f his'fingers'tat ofl; The&&
from Connecticut, (Mr. Cleveland,) cessor, Mr. McREA appointed by,the acting the Cmproml meisus'Mr, PaiKcr R vJonmitB and the tDtmif; Ajr-v .
friendship, until! the contrast of bur ; i g.MAIX
and the gentleman from New York (Mr. Governor, is.a secessionist, and! will retain ,<., deser and the subjectbr agriculturevin i f gene'nijf,- Fpoteo up'5ed} .the floor itfhs>'defenceup fo baTeigone the: frontiers 6f.BelgJmn I ,*

Preston King) whose positions upon this the seat until the Legislature'shall meet and wil our rewards. ,only' ti4thorefreve) f J ? These counties 'are)rapidly ,fillngppr| ;!; .with i tbeJ la'et.accounts: :,having.,beeu'lopposed. ,tbyMr. and..raised;Jibe standard,.ol.revol: ;,agajnal;. 3.
subject are well known.' The resolution ap. elect a successor The Legislaturei$so con us the remfsshess. "witnJwhich'r'pur\ obligation .an enterprising and highly intelligent-.popo-. ..RhetV Mri-Butler: ,and Mr. ) ,cltis Louis NApoLiosrPari&ww perfectly mquil
proving the compromise was laid on the stituted that it may not choose successor in has been'repaid.. lationj.rb6lii; the'department of:agriculture; : fan 'by'tbeT5th insti and Wsigfls tr ertf lefaxr
table, because it was not the time to adopt it; their session of ninety days. The Senate bur' stated:){r/Samner \srals to a bout ,0ftbecommotiOndceptthe.baricad8'.J. t
Locating withbut'a Basis of secured ,,
it was not politic to adopt it at this time. It has majority of seceesionists and they may paper the'work are calculated foj I contribute,jafgeTyto;: th e ,withthi, "Indqmifable! VMisstsilpinan; :;Wr; 'uNArotEQRhadiuaed jw address calling on, p
might interfere with their' organization, and not, it is sugested the Housein patronage-\itb pf erecting( interest and importance o(oar-: .Statev: Oa'i ,admire' 'ilrFoo'te's;zealT and 1'sbould'hf aHily the people,to go Jo the polls and y tefreeIT5rodginbithelfto \)
defeat a Democratic Speaker or Clerk. Thus senators. In this c this essential wholly before.us:1!laboring in limited opportunities examining [.this ;interesting -' ; 'submit to their deciwon. -; .
in of his
the Southern Democrats are doing the very a question will arise as. to the right of' Mr.McRv. a feJ'where1er subject ''aM imperfect te'w rewe cUe.. upon,, > : The news .ff uf'otber. barts of Lumps '*
after the of the ncouiirgst_ ourprsnf. resolution\ but of the 'potrzeted'speeches.that ',
thing that we have been denounced for doing to a seat adjournment uninteresting! *s it; -,; -<*>
: the very thing that I refused to do in Legislature. It is supposed by some that if ceases ot predecessors; ,to 8nul acquaintance!, wth'it j i.detailsdeprives',: iisot t may. ensue, to the;",;hihdrahceof ,1. ', .

the last Congress. I broke myself loose from the Legislature choose Senators at the com expectations, 'for the'future. "and.ercouter- an indulgejice to it'd, subject 'of .suet- ;measufes: : : a&'tho5e.reconmended-,:- ) "", 'WeW/. ,..Tork. -,. .Corr:. 1'- .- .D4enee r'k_ .'.fo'aS *,-' .1*

my party. And now, the gentlemen oppo. ing session, they will elect Mr. FooT for ing through the difculties a new-,-nter.' frequent editorial comment; ..But t.those : for,the.. r 41 tcrri .,;,,:.
site are all voting for the gentlman who has the unexpired term for which Col. DAVIS was prise, more than ordinarily( those interposedby who to' devote their peris' 'agriculture 'MF1' tamDtI. '.' .,", ".f- A-- !t :," 't'9
been nominated by the Democratic caucus elected, and that Mr. FooT will then resign political -the che wish ,&c. prefer that tbe rtifction'of the l\Ir EDIToa : ,
although no platform had been laid down.- his Governorship. opponents retrospect our columns are, freelytopen"and Compromise parts had been to out' We have had little! of:stirring interest.
They who have been denouncing the Whigparty Tbe President's message communicating quered as it has been, loses its harshness in our space will be'in general unlimited.. '-- .,, side'caucuses and people's :. this meridian n"the week .' :,the.jW. .
cOI.vention excepting
for years past for not laying down the papers called for in relation to Mr. J. S. contemplating the result of the present and .- -'h ____ _;., ,. past ,
their principles openlynow come in here THRASHER'S sentence was received yesterday the bright promise of the future. Congressional DiBbate. ;; : : t The Indians.L .' incidents and 'gossip ,in connection with

and hope to elect their candidates by the aid by both Houses. The documents are volum- The first political of the Republican We copy. -dayaoriio 1.of the b 1e'I !We. pbblisVthe.. proceedings, of .a public, Kossuth,'who, continues:still to monopbtis:'
of Free-Soilers and Secessionists. We inous. The case stands very much as was and columns of the'-
Union Democrats and Disunion Democrats, supposed. THRASHER is charged by the was in aid of the election of Gen. Taylorto the House of Representatives preliminary meeting at Tampa, which,assembled !to.tate .the, public"attention, *

Old Hunkers and Barnburners, Free-Soil Captain-General in his long letter to Mr. CAL- the Presidency and in favor of'the truly to the election' of'' Speaker. :which our' Representative int consideration, the subject of. the, removal ->i public press. ;
Democrats and Southern Rights Democrats, DERON, with conspiracy to overthrow the national principles of which we regarded Mr. CABELL took p rt:"It will! of -the Indians- This move seems" to be The dinner of 'the, Press to Kossutb, oil .

everybody of all sorts from the North and Government. He says that it was notorious him as the embodiment. In be seen that Mr.: C.JtkesistInct: gr id'i a continuation that recently'J undertaken Monday night-. vidto'be, soni ething, ttn-
the South who will come into the Democraticfold that THRASHER was the correspondent of the brother of the eopert10n'with as he did in the ,preceding -'election in Marianna.- is but natural that the pea commonly }interesting;" when the i fiJ"
Whigs and '
all acting harmoniously together for American which gave much information pIe on the Indian .frontier, daily increasing ,
the sake of dividing the spoils but all studi- tending papers to the invaion.8 'He says such members of the opposite political par- i in'favor of a declaration,clear.and unequivocal by accessions of,stranger. seeking the 'rich commenced there were_ upwards. .of. 1,500:,_.,

ously absolved from expressing their opinions that respectble'American residents in Cuba ty as were drawn to our aid by their abiding l, by,candidates, and parties,:"i iri're- plantmg lands of the South from other States personsin tbe greaUsaloon of the (AatorI"

on these important questions. tbes facts. The Governor answers : confidence in tbe,bonesty of,the man whom gard to the questions recently. nd red. hould' be c ceaselessly awake to the ,importance many crowded in to hear tbe'el quent JfagyarV' -'
Mr. MEADE (interposing.) The call Mr. THRASHER'S protest against tbe form of, we bad selected our standard-bearer in the country a settlement, of.the slavery of this subject. The Indians' ,will Afterjiw lown"speech,the ost : itt'
of the caucus was an' invitation to all who trial, at great length. He also argues that as a have to be removed from our State, and we :
difficulties. While did not'regird with ling we fancy,,\ Jhose that .consisted
Mr. THRASHER the the contest, we mite toward we ones ;
call themselves Democrats, to attend, just was subject to jurisdiction contribute our should.be glad to see ,our present efficient ,
of the Government and that if he much favor Mr. CABELL'S diversion' the of reading chedu for contribution to the
as was the call of the Whig caucus was an Spanish the achievement signal triumph of administration give some practical earnest of
invitation to all who call themselves Whigs were a citizen of the United States, be wouldbe our man and our iples. The administration support of one so surely tested,and so' truly i its long; expressed intention to remove, them 'Kose th Fund ,It i whispered about that ,

to.attend. We could not exclude nybody..e equally liable to the same laws and pun. of our choice prn'entered its found was Mr. WiNTHaop up to. the before it relinquishes the reins of power.- part,of,Kossuth's.speech, embodying, 'a pow* ''
\ came here for the of making ishment for a conspiracy against the Government upon career a Should the effort this work which '
purpose time of his then nomination for Speaker, omitt tive charge against,:Col. %Webb"of pnbTislxi7
which would be _
nominations. But will the gentleman pre a Spaniard subject a an acknowledged Whig administration. must per force be re tend 'to say that there are none of his own to. He says, however, in this or in 'one of though questions immediately engrossed its subsequent events have' shownthat 'the'course which might a well be g a late ing editorials prepared in,Austria:and 'opposed .!

party who hold these opinions! Did he attempt his lters that any representation or inter attention, which overrode and submerged old of Mr. C. and: those, ,whoheld;;; aloof 'to, our Stte and the success of.which might to Hungary,.was" left out, by ;request
to exclude them! Did be attempt to cssion favor of Mr. TURSHE must be. issues. The series of knownas with him has occasioned but,little sacrifce. be to enure to tbe'already high, character of"thV committee: '::" '
addressed through the United States Government party measures ,
make a nomination independently of those of the administration roust be under-
Free-SoiUrs! to Her Majesty, the Quenhis mis the Compromise &evolved out of the even i it did not, on the cntrr tend:>to by the administration that is to succeed.-;Loth Kossoth beginning i ; to .realize,.at-:last,

Mr. CABELL. I am so frequently interrupted tress. Mr. WEBSTER'S letter to MrBARRiNGER discussion of those questions. The distinction bring to a ,sense of duty those ,who could indeed are.we to instigate a course of .hrh. .some considerable pecnuiary aid.:" About ,::J

that I must of necessity speak dis dated Dec. 13th, instructs him to intercede of Whig and Democrat'was for a time not be awakened thereto by any'other means n s to the perishing.Indian, but $ ,OOO stT far have.been presented to birn.-.- *

connectedly. I have but a few wards more for Mr. THRASHER, and to endeavor to forgotten. We dissented from the of than the exasperation of Southern,conser', unfitness to fraternize with the white man On' Thursday: lie, ;:'delivers; 'an: address, in---
effect his release. He makes all the policy
to suggestions has been so uniformly tested,and their destiny '
say.It the that would be to Gen. and his Cabinet with vatives. But Mr. CAE may well rejoice BCQkyn.ticke! b'ihich, are .$5eacb"-.,
is true that in the Whig caucus as in the on subject likely Taylor regard to to sink beneath the wave of Caucasian i1 "
influence the Court of Madrid that the Whig in caucus avowed theiendorsement On ,evening.he .receIves. Bar, a|,iTripler
Democratic caucus,there were men of this description have any on those and regarded ,. party emigration 5 indelibly marked why dally
but we did not choose to compromise The President withholds the instructions. the circumstances measures of the country, with of the ,Compr "nis.measure with time odat in our dealings with them 1 Hall-tickets',$5 each also.' They. :;

ourselves for the purpose of securing sent to Mr. LAWRENCE in regard to the assault and earnest favor, and as essential to war that with such a degree of unanimity! ; ad. ( 'By. suggestions we do'not mean ,to is 'something tangible about this kfnd of syni. .
the U. S. Mail .
on steamer '
their votes.We took our position in spiteof Prometel must be that he still finds intimate:that ,any indifference marks the patby., ,:. : .i,
for tbe reason that their tranquility which agitation bad'so gratifying h ,
them, and I thank God for it. Those publication atpre angry course of the Administration in reference to. "
sent would be to the inter- identified with his old associates, without The so,much jaJked'aL; Fire Annihila*
men left the caucus and are no longer prejudicial public long contributed to disturb. With the accession party he Florida Indians.: We cannot bt regardourown'interests'in'this
Whigs. Let them go and follow the example I est. It will be seen tbat in the instructionsto of'Mr. Fillmore to the Presidency. such a sacrifice of principle as.he seemed matter ,trivial, :'tor is about, at lastto;: submit itself to a pob-/

of Senator Chase and other gentlemen i Commodore was despatched hailed 'his on repairing Washington' apprehend .'when. th Indians,within the..limits of, ;our lie orde 1.' The "Fress have been .-'in tea .
in the Sarantic to San Juan it is stated that we a joyful sign ready sane
from Ohio-act with the Democratic State ,.the .vast hordes
: :
great from such fellowship. ,He.found on'his arrival cmpared.wit to.attend a,"pnvtetrafibis mo'rningatlt! .
party. They are no longer Whigs. the late act of the Commander of the British tion of those measures after their adoptionby which
For myself, I have only to say, that what brig of war Express is held by the President Congress; and have freely accorded him the Democrats of tbe House bad assembled wide compose of:western savage tbs.. t.oo..ur we are The public! experiment, will,take, place toj,

ever may be the position of the Whig party, to be a violation of the first article of the the humble tribute of our admiration for the : in caucus, and for the mere purpose" of happy range find ,it distinctly stated by authentic morrow.. .A great'bouse has been built full

I, for one stand upon the Constitution of CLAYTON and BULWER treaty. It will not be. firmness i with which he preserving a party organization; they had sources that the Government wishes to of doors, and windows.,, 'It is', to: be'filled! .
tha .
allowed that the force shall interfere unswerving 1 '
and shall act with the fair test to being *
my country great give a an now
Union and Constitutional party, be it Whig with our vessels, by assuming to execute from the time of the passage of those, mea i laid on the table resolutions; endorsing; the through an agent at Tampa.Gen. mae, ,withterpne, and opera combustibles ,

or Democrat. I shall vote against any man a police regulation of another power ,. su res up to the'occasion; of bis latest deck Compromise so much tinder,,that'could effect the final removal of the.Seminoles,under ; .wholeareio.benfti3_ and ,'wben.tbe ,edfice ,
nominated by a coalition caucus. The But this government will not approve of the ration, pledged his unqualified and'vigorous not be brought i in contact with.the;'prejudices j conte, Should the' prove : is pronounced by',the crowd tOber4n a. ,

Whig party could not expect to elect a refusal of our merchant vesl to pay any] in their'behalf. 'He':has 'given assurances of extremists witboQt exploding thel fQte i stated,,the Government,in state of thor ugh conflagralieBV theannibilatf
just duties. It be
Whig, and have therefore made no nomination port generally par 'once institute '
; but having placed ourselves on this considered that the Captain of the Prometheus .of his determination to see"afl partsof framework was s skilfully expel them from forblemeauresto ting! machines to Be"emproyedfaniJ
constitutional platform, we are willing, andI erred in refusing to pay tbe port charges these measures executed, and .altogether He found the Whigs bad also'assembled in ".'- ourStte. ,company proposes.toextiDgnhh.;the ,Blaze1.

intend to vote for scraps good Union compromise Senatorial Movement exhibited so full an exemption from sectional caucus, and with .a remarkable' unanimity HEV OLTJ1ION,I.FAC. existing n'.1ie';I utel !without, voter.-. j

Democrat.Mr. On the 3d insrant .Senator Morton introduced bias in the discharge of his duty-so rigid they bad adopted a resolution sustaining ,the The following lumm, of' startling.thougb; They propo, to: ting tsb it with a gas, or;,"
; "
organized.GIDDINGS We are said acting: As under yet we no are rules.not a bill granting the right of way and a determination to enforce' the Constitutionand Compromise. Out of 80 Whig members of not altogether events in'France, vapbr;that is really' wholesome to _breathe,, f

Each member is permitted to speak when he every alternate section of public land for ten the laws and treaties under it that we the House and of these a number absent we etrc from. the Richmond':J ies.--. yet, in;which'a fire cannbtfor.a: moment exist -.tt

pleases and as long as his judgment dic miles on either side, to the Florida Atlantic abate no degree of our approbation for the from Washington at. the time of the caucus;' What a lesson should this:'u stbl8s Republic as it instantly.:absorbs the oxygen in the

tates. I, however (said he,) embrace this and backed Gulf by Central a memorial Railroad.from the This Board bill of is man, and hesitate not to declare him worthy i between 50 and 60 met, and,tese'al assented and the incapacity of'men ei te atmosphere, by-means 'of which' ,, the' 'com>
opportunity ot the honorable "
, Secretary of State congratulatin antI the President Internal Improvements, in behalf ofb of that reward which the people of the,Union : to the resolution ,, the exception the blessings of a good'government'when busiii'iicontihu. '. '
"' the beautiful workings of their peace upon measures Stat. and as a number of bills making sim have before signalized towards their fa tbul., of,two or three,'and.:four free-soilers they have one 'in' 'possessiqn/teach' ;to"the : be great English.actor,'Mir. Brooke,hie'

I -this quieting of agitation. I will iar grants to works of internal improvement Chief Magistrates .in second eleva on to who left the meeting upon the". rejection.'of C I visionary theorists'and'roadmen who .would. :made a ost scccessfal first appearance beww

also suggest to gentlemen who appear so presenting no such claim to nationalimlornc the first station within 8 their gift. These motion by one of them (Fowler' "of' ,Massachusetts \\ec the fairest polite of"the' wprld in a His Othello; on Monday night,was a' master
it is
are Congress,
for the conflict !
eager intend to afford that each we, of the them free Democracy a legitimate bi pass. preferences are not enhanced by the fact of ) to lay the resolution on tbe table. despert crusade in .the !'name' of,, "D oc' pi ce.., r.pstie1fprcnouneed it a rery .

opportunity to express their views Contested Seat.-In reference to this Mr. Fillmore being a Whig,:..he 'himself, as On the other band out of 149 Democrats in'' racy :' superior. of: 'aetingandMr. F.J is',an'

on those questions which hare now been matter tbe Baltimore Argw quoted by well as members Of his Cabinet, have' in theHouse! but 89, it is said, 'composed' the *- "f_ PnANc* -;' ". ', ? ." excellent judge.}'-Talking of Mr.Forrest' ,his

so inappropriately precipitated upon us. the Savannah says deed inclined'to' a. disregard of that caucus and tbe motiontrf lay'the,.Compromise The news from .-Paris is most iportn '5u1t. for a'divorce'from his wife, is before.
And now I to to The Senate of Mr. Yule 's compar-, \i lesstbana '
appeal gentlemen permitthe disposed amounts to nothing .
resolution the table carried the c uai'reni1anaexctes agreatileel
rote to be taken upon the election of claim to Mr. Mallpry's seat by referring tbe tively trivial designation in view of'the on wa by in political affairs, and may be,regarded,as ,
Speaker. I think we owe it to ourselves subject to a cmmitee of five. I think Mr. great interest which have during his administration 59 yeas to'30 nays;' ,. the commencement of,a new state of things. i pf.,interest;r -A.witnes to.wb tnivir'paticularand $%

to our constituents, to our country to pro- Yulee is to seat.-His argument elevated the name of country-ay, Had not Mr. CABELL'much'to justify him A coup. de. etat was made,.by Louis' Napoleon confidential friend MivFoneJIfc
ceed to the regular organization of the House. is said to be a master piece of election law." of liberty-transcendantly above the "mere .in refraining from a position which'.'be,seems. on the second Innt ,He seized the II. one'JamisoD,'aa'aitorj confessed some tVng '
After that, the question now referred to will We have advices however reins of,Government the National '
seen private insignia of party. Such considerations, if to have pre-determined upon, under a sense I relative. to hls'ow i 10cit acquaintance',: &
come up in ltimale''rder, at the proper and fiom the majority side'which representMr. Assembly-declared,'Paris,in,a. state, f *' -; j t "'" "
time for discussion. Yulee's chance to be slim. The Com Mr. Fillmore fell short of the position' which of duty to his constituents! It appear the of seige;and appealed diieclly to,the peopleto i heJ Myt.haS. beendiiceyered; and bisvelopements d* ,

The Houseiiow. proceeded to the electionof mittee consists or Messrs. Bright, Mason, be should and which we 'rejoiC be does Whig caucus, having rib chinceof,. electing sustain him in;his movements to; arrest .are icieked-: for with especial in'

Speaker. Berrien Davis and .Pearce.-Sentinel 16thult. occupy on the d'to., officers with the large majority( againstthem the mOfarhia tendency;of the Assembly/ ,ii sity:. 'ye$Vb e a!e'many,who think; thsMrs l

The.Clei_k announced the_ following members would induce o's' discard him, and to agreed to leave each individual to his Napoleon's& arrangementsJia&beenmade F, { J noocent..and injured"Iadt.be .""
as' tellers to count the vote viz: Mr. t with consummate skill and sney. '
--- --- ---
Jones of Tennessee,'Mr. Richardson of Illinois LATE FROM THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.We .- disown his Whigism, even to tie'transfer of own choice and no nominations were made; During:the night of the'lst.inst.; the'whole ,is.gVir g.hponlie, Stage, herself. 'and ._

) ; Brooks of New York, and Mr. learn from the Polynesian of Oct. 25th, our preferences to a Democrat the .National T e'result.inJbe ,House,is, known.: *, Hon plan was formed, and. before*the. 'public received announced appear in public next Mqsidayj.w .,.

Bowie' of Mar land. that the following resolution bad been pass School,!, for the'occupancy of'the exalted LYNN BOYD was chosen Speaker;the Demo anyintimation of the ..event'i'new ': have: had-our ':customary: share'of.r

The roll having been called in alphabetical ed by the Parliament and agne."" by the station he now fills,during the"succeed cratic vote being/concentrated ,.upon him: mjnistry, was formed and'-Proc n is murdersisuicideii'&c.: ;, the past 'week., On*'
ordertbe tellers reported, that the whole King :' restoring u ie thejpep-,
number of votes given',was 213.: necessaryto Be it resolved, by the NobIe. 'and Representatives ing, Presidential, term. S confirmed are while theWhigs:.scattered''ihefrvotes upon sue. ,; .proposing a s newystem'GOY ,ly one; fordsb&weht. anything peculiar;

a;ehice 107;of which- of the Hawaian Islands, in Legislative we in our belief of th necessity of a union numerous candidates',of,both ;;iPrit"s. Mr. emmentthe: ,1euig features'of'..which"are, I in its.shape.and features.. It was the case of 4

,Mr. Boyd, of Kentucky, received 118 Council ambled :'That in the sense of the'.people for the sake of,the Union"-for CABELL gave some ( !f'oen'' '.of I his first intention ople' and, 'tearY1 of I i'youngwemrwbo'. to kill her:'

Mr. Stanley'of Chandler North Carolina 21 of this House,the demands of France,are $ the elevation. of.a. 'President:tc 'office who in.voting :for |Mi... BAYLY, of Virginia a President ofthe.Repubflcwb self for rove. Her'!bean one night;when shewent '
Mr; of Pennsylvania 20tr and to.tb laws office,or'en, yeansand beI !by "- ,
clearly.unjust, 'contrary will his' : ri i -but they both though of-different .sapported a. t ;i belatiyeytb the
Stevens of Pennsylvania 16 nations and to ; and the 'pur* leading "object :, rigid politics Council of tateandbya. Legislature to ; Wedding, ap*

Mr. Bayly, of Virginia 8 sued by her is Q treaty incompatible with coar the existence maintainance of ,the ConstitutoD* and ;tbe were tenacious< of the.Compromise testj consist of'.two Houses..At ,_, \: pearedto have.forgotten that he, ,had .fix a ,

M!. Taylor, of Ohio 6 of a regular independent government tonsttutioral'ights sectons, and>estimate and:occupied common ground,o.n'that que- -. ,i day light"on.. ay'mqmiiJ' the.President's. upon such a ceremony, upon:.which she put*
Mr..Evans, of Maryland 4 in these Islands. ; should persist in i tion. Mr. BAYLY member' of the Democratic .Proclamation ted aVnife' *
i Franc party policies! .as by-gonesor at : was a :u.o not ijnufcor'beloirjhtr motttb; and wa*
Mr. Bocock ofVirginia 4 such it the of the throughout city of la this '
course, duty Kingto profclamatipn '
Mr Gentry of Tennessee 3 shield himself and bis government from insult lest as immaterial 0 incidents-that we should_. caucus, but.uPo the rejection he advised the'immediate, r disper found, almbsi-, 'dead' ;,iJt rid. .';in."' tie. coil. .

'Mr. Hillver, of Geogia 2 and oppression, by placing this king rejoice to, see tbat'unibn; ,concentrated'in, '_a' the.;Compromise: ,'.witbdrw'with Son 9!.the' Assembly and)rise nt- cellar., :j. f,- ; :" _
Mr. J. W. Howie' of Pennsylvania 1 dom under the protection of some friendly National>Constitutional Convention,.cUed C ref other leading Compromise Democrats ed'thejjofd of a new'f orin of Government We ttay,as*w"eli'mention;: that.the pub!*

Mr. Gorman', of Indiana 1 State; and that should such ,emergency be t evoke the suffrages-of. i its constituents oftheSonthr: '. : 'V. : The"election of President; under"LouTsNaoleon's school, where the'late"accident i bcctimd ana
Mr. Bowie, of Maryland 1 : "t. '
so'urgent not to admit of the Legislative ( is take
plan, to, place"'through- ; '
Mr;; Outlaw;of North Carolina, 1 Council being a convened ly upon one trustworthy.tiinewortb-. 3Vecannot'for_ la moment 'tbink'l Mr. C4: onf France' during the (De 46 liWe innbcenUj suddenly met,. thelr, ;

Mr. Cabell, of Florida J his Majesty by and with 'shal avic beeto. who would not only t execute the constitutionin BELL'S declartio.ns, ot.his vote for.MrVBAYLY ; ember)arid he promises.presenttDnntb', hwlto will is now.being"eompletefy': altered "so.jas- -' to'

,Mr;,Ashe of North Carolina I Privy' Council, under such emergencyto? its application to domestic i sectional. nglts,. ,'can I:any wise'be regarded as ihdicat- People: aJ ti avoid tfie possible repetition'of such acatav '
Mr. Allison, of Pennsylvania 1. consult the honor and of his king but reference to',the convulsions i iij /desire for affiliation. ' j'SdCretlyand'yet :
safety e < foreign a; with thr,: Demo. so systematically was troh t,.: 'tbamity :
: wffl.pTodaceiomii4The
Mr. Meacbam of Vermont I.Mt. .,
to his 'best ,
dom, according .jadgment the whole '

.- P.,King, of New,York ,',1 and that ', Majestys',.eo do nations;,would adhere to,"the" ,i"'neu ,r'y.as s.a 'p or.of sympathy withthe it was"folly1 plan consummated carried into before execution the, 'Assem-,'lhat g d ventu. y"at'; j. D1.it '

Mr. G'W. Jones of Tennessee 1 upon the nation.] /*wi ,trality of ourwrefatners.'tipoh which {fear 'los principles'ybich \they favorreQuit as .blyi eceived'the -slightest intimatioQ'of:the .inaa,who.was charged"wil: utis .
Mr.More,of Lousiana I, The Pdynttian likewi.e:srs that the the nation i jeers long witness: "an J, atterap-' probable,i is if that'Mr. BATy'would'ci8WD designs of its author....An DtiJeyMin.ing* a little- girndjanzwajia V! 4't' >*' :named JUMW.E. .

213, Commissioner,of ,the United' Stt I called ted innovation that if..n checked, may involve p. H1,'and,ally' himself,, ih' oitlywbo, istryiza'in"been fore., i ?Shaw,'anddis a performetiat :.BroadwayTheatre,3 .

officially7 at the Foreign l; 14th 'Constitution,'compromises,':and,;,country l like;Mr.CA3zi.r.are!ready to gjvfpJd.: pending the1 elatiot proposes : He agaiaratti isf.Vl'
patysues ; been cancht
CoxGn.-tn 'the Senate Oct known the views ihS; DM .
United States .
making theiExecntivepower. remain in hi. .
from which'there i ?t *' .>
.hi1IT. abyss canbe no and combinations :1"
and in the lt'an .the 'go by, in'iew.of bands w prison.. "t.1 f J.1' accusaon! "
a Saturday 20th, Messrs. Foote Rhett eminent regard I to Pat "' < f v.He says .tb : "i''I \ -
continued the discussion the Compromise future' position of these Islands., The communication .rescue: .Thisczreiiay'bi, rjndicated npt the)necessity of:taking, higherpatrioticAground. /an4.mbre tnt his]'preisent t.h."hu7b"Qfore his fljght makw'itlp 'ai'if.he were n ,

*nd occupied nearly the whole day.- -In the was:of a' n&tar tending to' for only by necessity;,but mayb recommendedfrom '! bid by'fiui opponents. the, nr.per i Loon piyeryquiend aiiet,,

''course of, their remarks the speakers in. tf1'the King, in the-permanent. .enjoyment quarters that wold mpaf o,the move b'ilrr: n :b" ,; ot )is; certain.ilhatThierg' ,...Changarni.r an4 seenVio', tbe iir..';Sq' .will,makedebtiUnabputetendays. Wi-

bulged in personalities towards each other, hllnrlg rIght :. national. i concert; and'Whlle' ,we so 'warmly isYr ;' a i ? Chlird others of his opponent*,'ba44ettrmt9' ;: .7.' Theta:is- i.'lI: ,
but mutual explanations followed, and the 1 ; 'r.t. p- c demandhis2djnsts.niLwer arrest, ndi.muI:1tnhon : \
'h .
poblie.eeUM J .
P fl
ajranst ,
''Senate then went into Executive;session, The :Washington ,correspondent:',tbePbili&tlptoNorthAmerican ) favor it, we sbal.syait f itI 1nger for'thepulsations Qf Q:..htb1.e: f I tbe 1 eri .. ; almost.m.\he.aet,of;.mov' ;: Some.6f..the :Press..here Jen ai%-'t'turning. #:*ft;

.;Ir. Houston having the floor for Monday.,; ,stI; that > %;J;? it; i heart. iu'14iIG;'en i' :, ing;in:the- matter when they,..together: Ji tert.ilI, .t san--lIe". of.t". ,
House did not sit on Saturday. ,,1s a :strong probability ; Clay Should '"i i" -'v .\ P.
The .teN parties reorganize .under old* nar4ei s'4. ,ei:1reIs,4: ilf" rtheirirprincinal.frieadSjwere.jarrf4te4Vahd ;! ,', irIaioto; s.Muk4i&Iznembers ..
*" !. .- imme&atelyiesign his seat inthe.&n.&te'in shall*'unfuTf thV inl&&bftffbannerof W.Jtf t.!. .,t.tt..,go to iVincenneXiWhere themhrs l.thiPreia h Ucua
we ti seemawene
The Raleigh .N. C., Weekly Pott lays that order to, allow the,existing'. Legislature trees .Qrlng'1. l of < ....
;naine Christmas is derived from Chris- I of Kentucky to;; WrnS&, : ; tbeiAssemblyihavB ttemptedtmejtd9k| ed lroR1b.-'II: ,. ,*' "' '
!tbt of i L -1E7JD mil! i' 1 ; *44; (e3d ACCAiiiibsg ficially.' .lhey we reordered 'diTbi 1
"aJpI1teYacy.act I > topere in4 a !
of the Romish,Church i iD'Jaonor that event scribed' L' "& > ... .. .1.0&, .I.
in ,, :
tlMitsoii & : eeC ; &the >' i &/ D : npdn"rtf asiijrt w r& ..nute4AboQthundred \ u t, '...- 'Vaaiu." -,"
of thebirtb of Christ, pf, which ,the, -lie >member;.from;,,Mr,' Dot onlypf.ihVpbliticaJff$ sbiorjamuch .- i ,"" tMr fmtmbel'lt1mOtOd : '4. it. u *.I."T"'I";_ .:;
iobe the auyLcceasion. .voided.a4efiujtion. f b1spV "r f t1 set .
-t 96ti).f December-it supposed] an.. CdisintheJatCogresi may hiupoft.&s.ftcompromJsecau4idate l have 7' '
: adorns but of : beensubaequsnU7'nl4jj4It the ,
4ien.vbo: taj J inuranee. :
iurstryind: .as.,such ,i.aiTrIU .reas determined :would IttiollPresieneyH.i! !\ id l ,
'id&y offcstivityin ', between Jar, / o :M j jastice-ioi'sim'df k9 > te principal'1eadersoLibpti. r-SP t. .1I-' ,ltt"hi,lofaIitarJl: '
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.ccPTED, :{ : ; '. '. tiee'mll HOfTSE Ciroeme r8netdealll I I I "
DUpcmutlm I 'A 'It'lf. l PO 'T N10hI; ot\s..r. "n LB; ., .--
In STATE HOUSE OFFICERS ".>. : Qr fvryri ifr''i f 'A&Jaatict. S1t; ,-
v DroHrtri'a-. nnu & m k Sat
v Governor;THOMAS BROWN. : ,. '''' .s.'JI.I"L pnlfCentraltnBonViH ftta''WIn.1Ie e4rt..Jk. infera. 1
;<.:st ,4, .t -
C\It generaf, that thta lteuat 1filtVat
WeoUv 'W I
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of State. CHARLES W. v. lIngual,
Tribute Respect Secretary DOWNING. Decu2SSeli ; varow
JZeaa. c1e1.'i.N.'r-vrtr.' Ai third Wednesday of 'next for the .'eo1ned and'. oe"BM> *tBoard- :i ..JIU\" -
r#, ffKtfti4 it'bu pleased the Supreme Ar- Attorney Conptroner General., JOHN DAVIDP.HOGUE.BEARD .. ";Brig Rufus .1t.I"do_ "'.2-i u..1. of J1Ii tor f&ock.t.purpose.',' .- y.;the 'test.day?.r October.next,-having I li 8 iD4 j4'. -
: Treasurer '. 2SBnIg_. agni1w 1. Brgwu. d' 4 J n.tJ "B&Y AN. J". .: 'l' < _-firs hiindred feet front;'with piama to front :Port. 'II1&oaJrlar, "
afcjicf the Onireree, in the allwiee illsd4IOfl Register State p.Lt.1U.1 Lands, DAVID S.WARD.WALKER.. J.."'".xlll' aradcr. > 1J.. t. o" f"l'Ultil &,N. E1IDiJ. : Co1I1I r :' Ad toihe .""kliiSitas cwnJortableaVany Howe 'Beef oBgae, Sfflcketf Imon aM Re* .BMom.

of his providence, to remote from Clerk Supreme Court ROBT. S.1 HAY WARD. Chu"E.13 IJ .1 J*] .-.l .1.,. ($ : South; and.11I..ftU,jo' accommodate : msogea, Makereh CodSsbrirlsb Potatoes.h& _
...,., .. Clear over one hnndred and jorsons. '
'.' J: S .. fifty. : H. would {I gar, lmiiB,BotdaV yaroils. ='and' ,
.J te1 'time oar worthy brother',BRITtp .. .JUDICIARY. ) l8-BrifcW4le n1T&rLS | **> ,*;.4P 1LflIUee.1. ; t. .... for anymore health partieuIarl_ ,to Ui flIlt.brE'th. Sooth t Smoked Herring*, (. & .

20 Brig G orzi&D Giloent.' i 40 MM Munut* .itbecozneiuiw1oarept. Supreme Court Judges. the Female ...bag had ? .tr"reTM
jWIGflT i:' '. Brig Koesoth,Allen .j"1'iHdd fyamS4qarterertM8dyeafof aD eye to their '* J
witness this 'sad and mournful event, '" -' Rnidaacc. !23. ..Brig ManaT. WjJdw..CoEln.'Phila. }' Institute will commence on the lit Monday bar made his arrangement to.make aQ who mav i md uiIortGSeD&ofThafldenslodUaL1ilaa StIW'l..1teIiM.Wf.".-
s&t Honv Walker'Anderson I Ch. Justice I Pensaeola 24 : 11UAI71snTenu. admission the same give him a aU.tQ1Iaon..ble.&D41'.eU eared for _
joffie digfat testimonial to the memoa Hon.A. G, Semmea Associate. I \ -' P rigdenicEngenHtntonBnidg.- have been advertised ..
.Iti Apalach'a port.- -' :-' -" wfs as HistaWewfflU'Mderthesaperfntoadwwe t>f I hU oldctitosa.rw aa&tb. ? .
: '
tlepartei merit. lion. 1. Thompson | .: *.'. J Tal'has'e, 26 Sen Joseph -Marsh'Bedgets.JV.Y.'t : .',:Deo.23jrl&_ >1. -u 8w.f "OI7lOa lady *f*D1IC1L experience by I be lisa.sn&id4ditkn i the gbZ.- that '$ tFUIf@

ff of death under and all Circ Judge* *.. ., _3J ,SohJLJt J.ka'jBa5edgetds.: '. I I wbosealdh.flatt.nbieUbeottrivsfle U. : : tir ni\sft ..
lit approath any, & Webb buy'Houie in tho SaUuAnJ '. rj.w&tir.euui4i
Western Hon.'Geo S. I Apalaeh: ': .. ilSfOdfn. In.viewp b 1>RV "
is well calculated to inspire Middle 'I J. Wayles Tal'hu'e'Esitern ,DO.1BDUG. ., .t OllTIU.croita"AfD:: Dt1ILDEBJI., of this fact the,cnbseriVef i h&a';cltWl'piDtd that j Miwwu.v/r UOODSajMJ
tjjctmstances I HaWkiDI'/ '' 1' : his exertion to merit the 'Bf aiWit'rery4aiiltyaii3n irie.'iitIitea'far IMPttifc;
/ patronage which'shall
$c Iiiongest.mind with terror; but when Southern I I Thomas Jos.B. I JacksMle K. Wes : ,Mr .Fteimto"",'"Fleming's.Islan-near". 'flie.. >- ti.1CS NYILLE, F& INt.llpola bint;.shall be without regard to VUlERN) .-' r. -vX }Wa1 *
: t
ire called to witness the last straggle of James M. Laadmm,Sol'r W.Cir., .Ueheann eommodate entrance xrf Black several CreekItaval personsentlethen Conaty.ot;cwr ladies ao*' -4>|/OtTtD rispeSfully'Inform their felloweitW toil or expense, 4.. .' f.jg& S :Htisiocstti"' 4irM. !

n Samuel B. Stephens Sol'r M. Cir., Qniney ; : Wiienj of-Jacksonville and the surrounding OO-The Tallahassee st.ce'AhJ of Staple Dry and fancy Goods.ReaaY
whom we most sencr rely lore and esteem with pleasant:'Boarding;. Her house is situated House \ : MWJ'Q
ionntry.thatlheyj aotuSt.t
John P. to execute .
& Sande1'lOD.t Sol'r E. Cir., Jacb'1i11.08lW1 near the Hibernia Post office the prepared work ; tiery.lfanlware.toge .
with the fell tyrant of m ,theU B. Hart, Sol'r S.Cir., E West St. John's, and has regular,couununic immediately on"with lq *Urt.various. brancnes of their profession with :SAMUEL BUFFINGTONSept. *-- 'kerr.Glanware,Boots and Shoes Hats and ca't _
neatness and .
despatch>and' are determined, .18,185IU6-m Saddlery;isT short of Good
the heart stirred to their the steamboats that are now so constantly plying > .r R.. every variety amml71
emotions of are through experience business .' $ ,
nt COUNTY OFFICERS. on the river.. ,The ''dist&n e of the location is not and. habits not to besurpassed S I'-t-,': SitJ.n1edto1ar.b -_ kept fa ft Dry Goods toro.v I'p -iiAtlkiad'of ea(,
lotrect depth; and the soul is overwhelmed [First name Judge of Probate;second name Clerkof more twenty'miles: ; fromJacksonville;and : ftnyiestablishmen the i country, ; ; o tQ or>year,8' eouo try prodo taken ia exchMfi 'J1tt
the profound grief. In the present Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name the site is eonsidered'higWy. 'favorable. for. persons -' f8ASH, AND DOORS, i Y Y of 10 able bodied Lads white or colored. fur GoodI at th.lailbt"t't' "t

vjth (whenever it oecars/as in Gadsden. &e.), Tax to delicate health.Jan. .- '-' -\,4 --" IV' as well as ine mire enlarged branches of. 111 1dh l. For such good wages.. .will-be given and.prompt 4,AD tlad Gooc will lie aid.upenveryr.si0aab.

tptince, these emotions are most' painfully Assessor and Collector. 1-tf. .. ,. P. ._ ,, : will meet their strict-attention-.Terms as accommodating PSI.'omred ALSO;T' ; !. terms. .ClIstomera wv do .w.lI to eaamiae h4' ,:-:

PHRHXOLOGY.; ,::c. as possible and all orders will be prmetaally Per Sa1e.aCCumisOdtizig'terms,'a'Brick. for themselves before pirchastng ebeb.tlug /
realized1. Western Circuit. : ,r : attended'to. share he '
A fthe
.public patronage Yard with its fixtures a number of eligible build fatly assured that aooawiQ P way JJ1I1ttd
"Lto kQ other &ts. Death delights to smite County. OJJUtn. Post Office.Pensacolft. Mr. CHAELCS DREW, Practical Phrenologist respeetful solicited.t:' dec ,-I1L lug lots ODe improved ditto, Garden;Farm,JUM! unprd.t.net tbe.

m t imitten most proclaims the pride of power Escambia Charles N. Jordan still continues his Phrenological examinations: at timbered lots ot any dse from 5 to SO aeres allis r&1ae1L rkTh-

l a|arbitrary rod.! ec F.E. DeLarnaF.DeLama '** ? the Bnfflngton House.1 He offlllr'tr requested; Sal'otthe; Steamer PamperoiB tho immediate. '"icin l-ollJa.tkionvnle.-'APIJy, ::" Corner Oen, k a.) a't '.

One of the brightest links of the mystic U .i- wait on families or parties for,their instructionor .' .TirtaeofaWrW: of the District Court:'of to T'4- JOS.S.BAKER/ ,;.JaebonvflteNrl3, .. 1851.; '. ._,.tI..I.

broken Society mourns the loss of Santa Rosa John Chain Milton His amusement class in Jtfntmonin in Phrenology/ .the United States for the Northern District Jacksonville,.Dee. 4f,1C ',;1f'f' tf.;. :' 1--' : '-' '. "-:, i,1L'4 .
will Frf 7
chsia u ; ii eommenoe on
E S.Amos IIII of in: .
II day night,Jan.2d.. Those detiroos of taking Us-, Florida 'twoseveralcauses of.the. United Bread ,J 0 B E P H 'H OB 8 ; .
of promise and the tears of the widow Isaiah Cobb, Jr. Stater'against-the de&met'Pamp' ro. her tackle, Cake &Fief Bakery. _
and relatives speak,Jn accen'tR too plainto WaltonHolmes. Daniel MeLted Ucheanna eons 1 please present- their naines. apparel and furniture,and bv virtue of an order ff HIS Is to inform the Public that we have made .Cit- p'-Clothlii..1. IMa. "
II Angus D. MeKlnnon ot aJo.to me issued from.said Court I will,sell at JL full'preparations to supply the town :;. AXD -* htt .
) and
be misunderstood, the sincerity of their U Wm. W.McCollum*. ., St. John's Seminary of Learning, public,aaetio' tO'the.tighestfbidder, the said other purchasers, with very excellent BREAD, Dryo S o'd s' 'St"VtOXC.DOOK L M1

Steamer Pampero'he-Uckte apparel and furniture PIES & CAKES,which we .
Abner Baker Cerro Gordo AT MADISON! CJJFLL are now delivering iJlf
cntf: ,at Jacksonville Fla.{ on Saturday the 17th .
II Martin W. Brett i regularly at the houses of customer!. EAsfor J.115IGAM'Ss .n.iT
Therefore, be it Resolved, That in the 41 Robt. R. Golden* nub Board .r Trustee take great pleasure day.of January uez4ermscash.NBtBafustherdeeree -we" take this opportunity;of expressing our J1CKSOSV1UJX TLA. :) .

Jesth of brother Knight the Masonic Fraternity JL. in announcing to Washington -- Orange IM and the public generally,that- "exercises of Pictures; Mirrtfrtfmnd other apparel and furnitureof which we have already received and while respectfully HASjnrt Fashieaj,
hare lost an ornament, society a worthy Norman Campbell and Dry Goods of all deeeri.
itK this institution will commence the=SECOND the Steamer asking continuance of'
on Pampero;seised on shore and con a the same feel warranted lions which he U to
member, and his family a kind husband John A.Tabor MONDAY IN JANUARY next,under the .- demned under another libel will; be sold at ano- in claiming for the Bread which we offer temu for CASH.prepared. mentions oa reasosabli
aid afl ctionat&parent. JacksonCalhonn Fred'k Pittman Marianna ef Mr. .ISAAC ATTU>,late tins at time qualities all as in of 1fN
peilutemleuce principal same tod place above stated to wit unsurpassed the essentials which go stock-_ : .- % -.rJ-
R. That this Lodge deeply sympa S.C. Bellamy of Greenwood Institute, South Carolina, aided on the seventh day of January next at 12 o'clock, to mate the staff ol life palatable,poremad whol- .:A Ment'dnd ; l .
quantity'of & .
dusts with tbe family and relatives of our 4' James Griffin by competent assistants.Mr M. Jacksonville.. /. .. .--' sone. 'We shall tontinrto to use the best-float; 'targe i. ,". .
brother and commend his Calvin Stephens ATTLD comes among us bearing the highest S 5trr, JOHN T.MYRIC, which in the hands of an experienced Baker.justi :r.e tllUil t' CtOtkiagyCalir'

deceased specially R. B. Evans Blonntstown testimonials of character scholarship and successin -. ?;- 5c5U.S.M&rsha1. fies us in promising our customers good .Bread. toe*. Giinrliaati; 'Coltou, "to.,

widow and orphan to the care and attentionof II Benj. F. Parker teaching; and the Trustees hare no hesitationin By GEO. J. 2EHNBAUEK. &e. VlMfCCetiilAeret, jf '.' .-**-

the craft.Rtdred 4' Thos. J. LandII, commending this institution, under his direction Deputy Marshal. Tickets furnished, and families any where within fc V nting$; Meat : ,>:* *"

That in token of respect for the Franklin Arcb'd T.Bennett to the patronage of the friends Education Dec.,18 1831.'t. .. td. the limits' ofthe town supplied at an early hour, Boot }
Apalachicola Caps and
A"d.BoV1at. Sfuxt <
Price 5 : *
through out this and the adjoining States. every day. cU. per bar
of deceased brother will Saml W. "
memory our we u Spencer* .1 The object sought to be accomplished by the DauerreotYP2S. ,M V.-!:,RS. & COOl'Lno Toetber with a'Twt1ot >".,,-,u

wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty founders of this institution is to dispense the blessings \ 27-tf FANCY ARTICLES. '. ,
finilE undersigned having returned to Jackson- *
of a sound practical education to all who .
days. Middle Circuit. i" ,vile with his-Sky ightDaKoerrean jYiivijIon He'CtraJiinvtes a can from' Tow. aa4 '
desire to become its beneficiaries t'-
and and to
That this Resolutions may -
Resolved preamble Gadsden Edward C. Love Quincy bring this great boon within the reach of all- would respectfully offer tlu as a favorable Hoarding.rilHS Country customer, and assures &hem.t.Jaat fot.-.,,.
be signed i by the \\ M. and Secretary, SI ifobtC Lester even the most humble. in the language of a circular opportuniy to all those who wwh a superb likeness S\1 SRInElt is prepared ta accommoJL cheapness and good quality hu good are rnnwrpassed. '

and spread upon the minutes of this Lodge; u Samuel B. Love issued at the commencement of the project, of themselves pr friends with the very best finish. date a number of.Boarders, at hu recently Apply at the sign"of the Giant's'Rfct

&od th'attbe Secretary furnish a copy to the U Hugh O. McLean e. "it is our design to educate the children and orphans Now is the time forpiocurina: fine and beautiful erected residence in the Northwest part of the Cap. Oct.; 30, 1z1- tftM

pvblished at Jacksonville for Leon David W. Gwynn Tallahassee of indigent Master Masons free of charge article for Christmas and New Years presents, town, the location of which is known to be highly -1
newspapers U such as a Gold BreirtPinr Locket or Bracelet, or favorable to health and comfort from its elevation.
and a to the family'of the Oscar A. Myers 14I for tuition, and the children of others upon such inlaid Tax Collector' Sale. _..
Maohl Case
fine The
publication; copy Haley T. Blocker terms as be prescribed. We to an a Paper with Pearl or fine HOUSE is just completed; the sleeping and ..

.deceased. II John H. Rhodes enlightened may public to assist us in our appeal effort of humanity Morocco Cases of any site,at a low rate;call and other apartments being spacious and well. finuhedas B" VIRTUE of the power"vest.d Is. &bj'. .

And on motion it was further Resolved and from failure and defeatrfirmin examine at the Pavilion on the lot between the it respects plastering, &c. Law.J shall expose for sale before hd CU"
Wakulla1C W m. J. Council Newporti save us houses of Mrs.hell and Mr.,Grothe. The furniture of LIon,. door in 'the ;
the House is also entirely new, town cl iaekniiUe.ebnut'
That the thanks of this the belief and confident in the that
Lodge are hope our
hereby \ W. Mound . ,
S -JAS.L-- rrIAWAY. being just received from New York.. of Da\"aIOII the first Moeday in February .,
tendered to brother F. J. WH EATON,of Madi- U Abijah Hall M appeal The will Scholastic not be disregarded.will be divided. into Jacksonville Dec. 18, 181.3t. ; Arrangement have been mode to supply the table between the legal hdars of sale* the following dessenibo1 .
Lodge No. 11 Brother M. O'Brien of II Alfonso R. Combs II year two ,Aews please insert 3t. | with and excellent fare dr radchthereof will .t
lOll ; sessions of five months each. Tuition for each ; 4 ample and good sor- property so as pay;
Alachua Lodge No. 26, and brother Henry Jeffersonii Thomas J. Chace MontieelloCourthouse. session to be paid invariably in advance. [ Tints have been employed to attend to the comfort the Stiite and Taxes due thereon for tae'

.Smith of Hamilton Lodge No. 22 for the Craven G. Fife Classical and Eng Institute : of guesU. year 1s)1,to wit Five Hundred and Tweaty-
M Daniel T. Lent,. II RATES OF TUITON. shall spare no pains to render my House in all eight Acres of land, ritaaU, lying ftadbeiay m
efficient assistance so kindly afforded us by 'I John Woolen U JACKSONVILLE )IUDA. respect pleasant t') those who make it their hone, the $wai4of "Hi; Pottsburg Creek and U.

them on the solemn occasion which has Madison Alex'r McDonald For the elementary branches to wit: Reading, N.F.BROWN and respectfully invite a call.from..citizens who numbered a< Section Ffty-one upon the Plat o(.

called us together.M. Sam R. Sessions Orthography, Grammar, Arithmetic, etc., per rincipal. I wish permanent Board strangers who may sojourn Township Three oath, Range Tw '-.*,
I"U John H.PattersonRobert II session, -' 5 00 -0 o-. in Out hospitable clime;duringthe winter East in the Office of'the Surveyor G.nmltT;
I had several
1C ., For higher English branches Rhetoric, THE ig years months. W. D.. w.un Florida. -SaidLandbeingown.dbythebsjgsof1, '
ALEXANDER YOCNQ McKinney I in teaching, as concluded to establish "* *
Secretary. Ancient and.Modern
Logic History Francis Goodwin unknown.
or owner
HamiltonColumbia .Henry J.Stewart, Jasper Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, &c., his School in this 'pie *, and resp-ctfolly. N. 13* I hare since the erection of my House, URIAII BOWDEN; ,. '

Large Sale of Florida Land William Da.J' IIco per session, '- 10 00 invites the rmbli to.caD and estits merits. furnished it-with a convenient Bath-Establish- 'fax AssY Jt Col'r,D.ev *
Wm. J. J. Dunean.II. For Languages Higher Mathematics, It will be his constant eff rt to cultivate the ment which"is' always'copiously supplied with
The largest and most important sale of II Jeremiah B. Smith Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, Po- friendship and esteem of his upils and to instil water and the necessary conveniences for bathing.I JackfWrivUlerFTa-Ntiv.6,1251.. :134d.' ;: ,

selected lands ever proposed in Florida, is lit'eal Economy, &e., per session moo those principles which tend I t develop the,human shonldid& al80'thar .Ul1 honse is areenlar -

that referred to in the advenisemnet we insen. Eastern Circuit. S intellect ana M refine the he rt. stopping-place for the Stage to'and from "West Notice to 'Passengers. .. : ,

These lands some 300,000 of the Geo. S.Herbert Alligator In point of health, morality and 'good order Without bebg in the leas sectarian, the Institute -; and Middle Florida being upon ene of the principle FRO5I SAVASSTAH TO PALATKA;
comprise I
.1--- will be conducted ret ions streets lejidlng immediately W taeWefter'iiroad.
.1 S. the assertion that the of Madison on principles. .
Scarborough we venture village
- Via -
the State for Internal : : Ddrieiti Brifititk "
granted to W jj 8t.3IarfiiJaduvule
acres -\yj
500,000. ., A. J. T. Wrigl1t U is unsurpassed and unequalled in the SUte. By a most thorough systei i of reviews and ex '
Improvements, and constitute all i S Ie Lawrence K. Mickler Board can be obtained in private families. on azninationswhlch eiperie MS has suggested the Jacksonville Oct. 9, I1. tf. "'Black -Creek OiL .Picolata. ;

which have been thus far selected and approved Alachuai A. M. Carton NewnansriHeSaml reasonable terms. A convenient boarding house Principal flatters himself. t at Knowledge once TO ttl VK THLTtSDAT,ZXD OCT:At 4 fCtdCX{T,IlL...
Notice *
II ?
under the provisions of the grant.A .i Russell .MChasLXVjlson will be erected by the Trustees at an early period. acquired, cannot be lost.. .THE.new sand superior fast 4
II Any further information will be cheerfully given Great inducements are.off red-in the way of mIlE Subscribers.bear portion of them were selected immediately L&? packet MAGNOLIA. P. McNaxtT .
large health add beauty of situat >n-W parents wishing JL I ..
by addressing the undersigned.By friends and the pobuo generally,thai having; -.fw *
after the United States Dual Felix Livingston Jacksonville to send their.children fr home Master; will leave as above,and OMtinne -
surveys order of the Board bf Trustees. m no pains a Storehouse and Wharf of their ownthey are new TITCBSDAY '
to leave will
had been completed, and 'before the lands i! "U Isidore V. Garnie "". CHARLES, RUSSELL will be spared. in providing or their comfort. and prepared to receive and forward all goods.Intrus- leave Palatka every every 8attarda71DOraiDcatb; Returning okok ,
Geo.H.Smith ..
were in market and the general characterof 14 Secrttary. enjoyment. / -- ted to their care free of ehar es.. Merchants and and leave Jaeksonrille same evening at Sp'elock.*.

all is supposed to be far above average. Uriah Bowden Mandarin Madison C. It., December, 1851. Jnl-2m The lciplin"1I'ill be., k ble"though mild planters will find it'te their .advantage t'.Up .. FOr freightor pass:having splendid aeoW'-3
K&a1LU' -- andpersuasire.-- through this channel as determined to '
we are
from Latitude 27 to 31 they The Wurte"instruction includes all the } try laudations tate &e,, apply onto -.board._-
Ranging C.Bessent Woodstock Mills Lrage sale of public Lands in Flo: and give satisfaction' tif alL Those Shipping FERNANDEZ BI3B:* CO.
susceptible of a great variety of psoduction, I'. A. J. BraddockII .of.a thorough finishec English jEdnCatlon, through us from Savannah; &C.1; will please give Agents at JaeksoaviQe.or ,

and offer a wide range of choice to all who I St. John's Gad HumJ hre'l St.Angustine rida.. and a full, preparation for. a y College class. orders to have their goods landed on our wharf; M. A'COHEN;'Agent.at Savaanaa,' ; t

may contemplate embarking in Agricultural 'I Peter B. Dumas U Notice le hereby KITeD, that "the-under- ENGLISH S UDIES this will insure' their being' put'-to'no'expense at (ky. Freight payable by shippers .* ./ -,

er Raphael B.Canova iiFalatka will in pursuance of law, offer, at 'Penmanship this place. ; ., ., Oet..1.l. 9. ., .t-I
in FloridWe Orthography Reading Phonography .
pursuits / public auction, before the Court House door, in ; ; The Barge Same LodoukaiCapU A.HGray .hi';
Putnam. H. R. Blanchard .. the several counties;as hereinafter Stated the following }Grammar;Geograp y; Ancient and Modem : will continue to run regularly 11iia&kaand -. .

call the attention of persons wishing tan 1l.u GKnski valuable lands, located by State authority History; Rhetoric ik-Keeping; Composition Silver Spring.'"JOT freight &c:, 'apply, to .State or Florida SontUern Clre.lt1u ,ii.. .
II II Declamation Bot the Bible Vocal -" 'Gf
Board in a retired and rural abode, at the Robert T. Boy as part of the grant of Congress to said State Unrie and ; my' ; ,; the Captain on board,or to Uossignol ft Gray .r.ee.uutjl- '.
OrangeMarion William Campbell EnterpriseMellonriUe ,Drawing."SCIENTIFIC. Palatka. AH letters oil business most be Edwin O.Guywi, 7 -*
came time affording constant variety by ita for purposes of internal improvement. These post- .
i Henry A. Crane lands were, in good part, selected immediately :" ) COURSE:,, paid.. 'KOSSICNOL Jc GRAYV; ".' '
proximity to the beautiful St. Johns to the M Ann'E.TGuyan : 'j J. "
M Elijah Watson after the completion of the U. earreys'and are IntoliectuairMoral:and 'Natural' Philcfsophyijicj : PalatkaiNov.4,1851., 23-2m. '.r: : .t
.. '
advertisement of Mrs. Fleming. Fleming's John M. Mcintosh OcalaFlemmington believed to embrace some of the best in the State Astronomy Chemktry Geology. '- --- -5' : "-: 1:BnJi ::n' C4t ,cKK to'i;.Ditd1d; (1UU14

Island is one of the oldest cultivated tractson Robert Bullock u for the production' of corn cotton, sugar, tobacco Notice. -.
the river,and occupies a central point between U S. Helrenston ,and tropical fruits. -and others finely adaptedto < COURSE i F appearing'to the satisfaction'of the Court

all! the towns in East Flo- 4' Jesse M. Willis Ocala the Turpentine and Lumber business. The Arithmetic; Algebraf Geometry Trigonometry SUE MONTHS after date I will present the ae- that the said bin has been filed aa4 by-dproof
principal of vouchers of William
land will be offered in half-eighths: 'I ; Surveying; Mensuration; Analytical Geometry tfcott.deceased t that the Mid Ann B. Goynn resides oU of r

Southern Circuit. Aent.I I ; Differential and Integral Calculus. Administrator of the E t te. -Of,-!ickman I this State,to'wf:,: at Spanish.JVefls.one of til.
King, deceased to the flon.'Jndge of Probates of
rida.A Bahama Islands U is ordered that too said Art '
HUlsboro Simon Turmaa Tampa Jefferson county on Monday ; .
I2th CLASSICAL COURSE. Alachua county,and to be discharged from further .
despatch from Washington I last week M Martin Cunningham ii April 1852 About 23,610 I E; Gnynn appear;;and plead,answer; er deftad
1 administration of said estate: .. : ,
stated' that the Capitol was on fire, and the *< Benj.J. Hagler* .. Madison, Monday 19th, << 63,560 Latin; Greek7; German.A .- W. W. SCOTTAdmrof the .. against said bill on or before the first Moaday a
Hamilton Monday 26th.Of 2,440 course,of Lectures will be lirered duringthe i. November : Id default of waieb said appearr
Congressional Library nearly consumed. Hernando Elias G.Knight Spring HOI Estate Wm.. Scott decea&d.By *
The of fire could bardly extend be Malcnmb Peterson ** Columbia Monday May" 3,120 year upon. Philosophy Chem trJ. The.. SMITH & O-BUIEN; his Atty's, ance,the said bill will be taken pro con/mo agaii l
ravages her that a of this drdet bo B-4
.. W'tdDesda1,5th M'ay School will furnished with ft new set of provided copy p
NathanlM. Atat&ua apparatus NewnansviUe 8 Ui5l. ll.- .
Moody Sept. ,
yond the chapters, casings and furniture of lisbed in iOme public of this State teethe
cc II Levy Monday, 10th May,, "' 30.430 and will afford ample opportunities for becoming newspaper
the Library, as the building is entirely fire. EwkielL-Selph Morton, Monday,17th May, 58,840 acquainted with Science and the practical '. space of six.months before the said first Mod'

proof, being built of free-stone and marble. Monroe.. Benjamin Sawyer Key UU West 'Uernando (Benton,) Monday, : operation of its laws., ","- ,- ; Notice., day in November, or provided' that if 4 e8y'4
James M. Bracewell cccc 24th Mar, I' 43,640, The Academic year will .be ,divided into four MONTHS afterdate shall present my ac Aid bill and of this order shn tM,]* niodih7'seyed
Robt. Clarke JMZi&oro',Saturday 29th May 4,800' quarters of eleven weeks each. Students may enter i, SIX and vouchers as the Administrator of | upon or delivered M her,then sse is h.rsbg,-,

"Still Later Front Knrope. John Boyle cc Other three-! after the commencement of any. quarter, and the Estate of John G.Ziriax deceased late of \: ordered to appear and plead,answer or defis4against

ARRIVAL OF TftE BALTIC. TERMS.Cnef6nrthxeash'the be charge'd only from'tbe time of their admission. Monroe county, to the Hon. Judge of Probate of said bill, on the first rule day after:UfrM
-id Tax fourths payable in three equal Ial.fn ta1' IA'
ex bolo Assessor ind Collector. months after the said service or'denveryj 'de
BALTIMORE Dee.Zt,3.40 P. M. ments, witbrlnterest in advance. Or,if any purchaser TKIVUS Monroe county and shall at same.tim, apply to fault whereof'the said bill will B4 take r..t9II1

The U. S. man steam ship Baltic armed at prefer it, five percent,'will be deducted Board end TeititfUilnclSaidg lights, fuel and said Court for a discharge from said Administration fwct'apin her at last mentioned rule&:.-

jACtt 02OTIiIJS PRICES CVUBXST. from the credit instalments, upon the payment of 1500 of said estate. r305.1LLANCASTEIL ''
New-York to-day from Liverpool which port she t washing per quarter, > AUpt'radasintere ted'art desired to 'take- no ?.
whole at the time of sale. '
the purchase money German600 Judge, S
!*f ton the 10th inrt. Reported Monthly for the JlephJtUeaa T yXlessr fcDAVlD S.-WALKER, (Payable quarterly, in advance.) tic ,..:NICHOLAS 8MITlI;_, dmr._ .. State Of Florida. ,f .d .
1S5U tilJl0
.TUI MARKETS.Corros: has declined aa eighth *. AIcop &. Bonn. Register of Public Lands for the State of Fk. ; f.'TOB DAY stUD m Key ,Nov..13i, "-" Key West. ;April, ; t .,,;,: -
'Tallahassee December 16,1851.
of ft-penny fcnd was in moderate demand. The BEESWAX : Dol. eta. Jan 1-3111 English Studies and Mathematics, (10 00 1 I CERTIFY"the above to be a true copy/fros

valet daring the three ilayt since the uropa'i de- perlb lSJs.20 Including the Scientific Course, 12 00 .' >Notice. the origin so. n fileJgg. ,.. ;

partire comprised 2DOOObales,which speculators BUTTER Oil Tallow Grease and Ohio "v> Latin and Greek, 1 00Germ SIX MONTHS after date the undersigned ad- ):g
; '
of Jones
600 of the Estate Thomas ,
22 extra-- >: ; Clerk.ilC.a,
took'9300. Trade in the manufacturing district per Mineral Paint. '',(Payable quarterly, ,in adranee.) deceased,late of Alacboa county, State of Florida Key West_, April 3, 185L J1U1.s&si.. .
.. .
had been duIL lb 18k 21 300 barrels Machinery. Oil,. price 75-cents .J \ llefCrcnees.flOn ,will exhibit his account 'and .vouchers before "*;. i i '
FKASCB. the latest dates The COFFEE : per ga on. the Honorable Judge of Probate for said county, : -S
was quiet. WILUUI fiUii "
2, 00 gallons same, 73 c Dtai. .in asks of various ; ReT:S. R. Wr-ixoor and pray for a final settlement discharge.from ,.. Stolen, ,
President has proved entirely successful and all Rio pr Ib ., llfcI2l sizes. Rev. Co&D'CuBEniC&pt. IL B. NozsWilminlton.Del' estate. thir
the said of the andersinged on the
attempts at resistance had been wholly extinguished. CORA; BO&95 200 barrels boiled. Paint. OH., 55 cts per gal.. Dr. aiiLLEK.Brandywine. Village Wm; HA! RDAchnr.' FROM one inrt., a.yellow leather pocket book '
per bus 5,000 gallons do do do' do Del.;Rev. T In the departments it had been but trifling By ; containing from ooetto'we hundred dollars ta
CANDLES, in casks of.rations sizes. E. Rockwell, Brooklyn N.'1 ; Hon. Ou- 6m. '
.and'Tlt raaa1 repulsed. The acquiescence Adainantinepenlb 33 37) 350 barrels Tanners' Oil various kinds and mAin Dr. :':. Bn> ; 1e4IOrd N. J. Teark- bank Dudley bills-Gum and a or numbertofnote.bearer and,. to Wm.payable H. Dad-

had been tacit, and no sympathy or enthusiasm FLOtB ZO'6'" qualities from 85 to 60 cents per gal.' ers-Tnto. HtATftRev. THOS. CANX. Rev. Z. ..N ticA.'LL Icy or bearer. A liberal reward will be paid for!

had been expressed'for the Assembly. Genesee per bbl' O 1,500 gallons, in casks of various sixes various MASMICLD, WUmin tonDel.' ; L. BAEKOWS, ; the restoration of the above or any part of GIe:
In New-York to Tuesday Cotton declined EGGS, kinds and qualities,,from 35 to.50 Andover/Mass. <'T nor 7, l.11 PERSONS having any'dWands against DUDLEY GARVCfY
day same.
dos S7| William .'Viniint late of Columbia .
per 'eenU gallon.- estate of -
I of a cent, and a thousand bales were I01dNEW' \ -:' :
HAY' 50 tons tallow grease' for heavy bearings; For.the Afflicted. county deceased, are hereby requested to S -

irs, Deo. 22, 11 P. M. pet 100 lbs 87iklOO and coarse !te1'1.- barrels or SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes present them duly t .authenticated.within the time Notice. *

On Monday barely two thousand bales Cotton HIDES, .. casks of. any consistency required. COUGH A&haatio and Consumptie; Hepatio prescribed by law or they will be barred,and aQ persons an hereby cantoned (rota trftd"

were disposed ot. The ITuropa's,advices,however, perils 7.8 Priisc 6 cents per pound- Pills derangements,of the Liver, .Spleen, persons indebted to said Mate are requested: to ALL for or purchasing anT Note or ,N k.

occasioned ft decline of an eighth to a quarter of a IROJT ,r' :ISO tons Ohio :Mineral Paint,in barrels, at' Ita.;Toni Pills and Bitters,for the Dyspeptic; mallS"immediate- payment to the undersigned. bearing date before the fifteenth day of.Dee".
Ib 4 5 VINZAN1'Adz .
cent. MOLASSES baa declined and prune is only per s> the lowest market pre."* iI U. Antalgio Pill,Ointments and .Tinctures, for the JAMES 1S51,payable to Dudley Garth or bearer.Or,:
LARD S f.' -A Maekintry Oit,warranted not'to chili in the igail1 [ dt 3I85L' 3m.- Note or Notes bearing date before said tias-
worth 21 cent*. EXCHAXCE on London is quoted relief of ..'UtariDe.Rhe1UutiuDd gouty any
**81 to &| premium. Drafts on New-YorkaUlx- pulb < i"'. 5'" ..12i. coldest weather,' and'considered by those using it. I.Poenitetmo Pills, and Mixtures for arrest payable to Wm. II.Dudley or bearer;as ftmm

xy days are at from 2 to 2| discount. LIME. bbl 225k' equal to sperm oil.'- v 'n G. i. speedily;(eito tote jeoonde,) neneona and Notice; bet GC inch notes have been stolen from the'nW ua.-
per Boiled Paint pa, eqnal'to Linseed Oil, other from the : Styp-, clersigned. The makers ot &D1' ncla' net.a .
The Empire City has at length arrived bring discharges organs ,
LUMBER ; : c-' after date"I present m7'acS U. -
than for white. IlsDmorrhsges Antihydrapieal confer a favor by refa-inl payment upon prcVsentation
lilt six hundred and(900,000 in gold tic,oruteriDC'J and ; -
pM 1214,' of
perM.laLqua1. ; the Administrator on the Estate the.1aIerQ
also I am constantly receiving 1arg'lIIpplies'of Powders and Potions for reducing ccunt as the of snob and by aotit.YiaJ
of She-has Ointments,
fa the hands passengers.mails.Wrunxoror U 2nd do- 6 k 10 ) above named articles and my motto is, .1 Small dropsical swellings Cardiacal Pills for Joshua Hegans, deceased the Hon.Judge 'of : DUDLEY *. ,GAttVL. :. -
brought the California 3rd do 3k"-4 -* Colombia andaak for a' final Dee. 18 .. : J"-' ;
,' profits and quick. returns.. diseases of the heart and purification of the blood; Probate for county Jacksonville '
..-- .- .. LIQUORS B.: ,:'ONIV Alterative PiHI CoI.&he renovation of the ednatitntionAutidy.cntenie settlement and allowance of the same; and of my ,Savannah Morning News and Charleston M&*

N. : .NE Rum per gal SSkSS 56 Water st., (under the Pearl 'st.;.House). ;Pills. for;dyseniery and ":-hu-rom the administration of said!estate.* ettry will please copy the above and insert eaea.-
PM-W. Gin 8588 .
C. ec22 note do JIOGANS.AdmInistrator.
Jan1 1852. : ** New'York; 'ESTHER
for theit bUiioAUr
tinctures and Embrocations week for tow weeks.and
Whiskey do .. ". ... 80fc85urnr.ARSES. diarrhoea; Magio. *' -- ;
tfo of 452 WIlL Terpentlna sine last 8atarda1'1M I <. | the speedy relief of nervous affections- especially 6m.Notice. (iee, ,.: report, $2.15 for soft and $.U for hard. Thelrecelpt4torJeveTlI .--- gal 30kS7J NoticeSK.WEEKM / ,ij those p.fem;Dirfnfactant and PropnylectieWuh :Alligator;Oet.Zi85i __ 1 .

days p&it bn b. lichL W. N per 2'. ,: 'after'datVwe em'appt1.td1.h I '
h"emlcal: any .'
ILSicer .;a ,for Columbia county,for ai process .
vote isles *f 2000 bUs. eommoa fioeia at 900,and ag which one chance to I virtue-of nthority vested in m. by.lav,t
'II letters of administration bonis non on.the estate ontagiou vieas with may terms of the Statate, fa stiefr eases By
upwards of 200 kbls. Tar at $ .15, and small lot OIL Sperm per gml ,1125 : of Fernando E. Lowe deceased." "" | come in contact)Colio Syrups,children; Dis- WITHm and: provided1 win, apply to the expose for sale fa- front of tbe Coat
'with eonsiderftWe I 1121PROVISIONS' '; ELIZABETH TAYLOR : entientv ror"e1Uqgs: punples.freckles ..; Circuit Court few tt.:Eastern House door of Ceftmbia County on tbe ant Mo*:
at|L70 l b1.,closing at $I.7i'' "' L1n5e5d'dd'. i Hon.Judge of the ; .
.per itch, sealdhead of Jane. 182 theroUowiD"deteriW.or tract-
Salve Joe Unguenti for 1 day
: JOHN'J.JAYWEt. : soreaj Circuit Florida, for leavete-sett the land be
demand. We bear of nothing doinjf in Spir- .Mess Pork per bbl 18 a..19.'.'" '1 ByW.MJlVES, S burns te,j CoQyria for lOre eyes;Dentiefiees and 'longing to the,&wo.of William Scott late of. parcel of land sitnthat Ia .w- ounty oil dltftuwaollte

itoTwrpentlne. Abeat'8,000 bushels T.nrk's Island Prime do do1 ', Dec. 23d, J85b.1t w -, Their Attorney. ; CoUntoriev for n.J.eeth and gums and various river D9'f Lkinp&oD iF.rry M MJiIriver.

Belt hanged hands,from .vessel iat 1&.Per Mesa Beef 411'. t i other.,rem die are manufactured toj order,on ollUJlbaCOllltVsC rr.. .; ,containing 400 acres owned by Xmoaney Bb
H" v. '' ; JI.U814et Dnral county Sheriff'.Sale. chemical and patholbgical"principles ,universally 'By SMITH& O'BRIEN :;. or heirs,for taxes dUe the.State and .d1 I,.
%oachal;IIbIetJiap.. .1l&ma : ; and generally kept ? for the 1331. fcjfate and tax.A.J..T..WRIGJU"1O'ffit__
the 'i county
S recognized by profession IBs year
do' T. : : Attorney'* ,.
Vested in -
FATKTTCVVUX, N.,'. Dee..23.--Tle} principal .5 .Shoulders, .,11121 B Y VULTUE of the authority me1 on hand at the BricV>Office'of",.&...BAKEA, AlligatorSept:; &1.-'I, f ,
by "/Ib..u.lor sale Va |blid the Court House.IfpRICE .:.,,, *'. ..' ". ,. Sheriff ExemcioTax .
from 1 Bacon ; opposite S '
ale of Cotto range ,7i' a | 12ISe. POTATOES' .. 'S" outcry In front of the Court*House'do.r!In'tbe pebeUle1pbiaZox,&c.,with direoUons ;AllJffat<>f.Dec.l3,1851.. J*** !,

.& ., lilt with little doing. ,There Is.bnt little Sweetperbne! 50 fc Town of Jacksonville, the first Monday In Feb* for their.,$r/ >r '" ,,- DuTal Cooaty.Sbeiiff Sale; : ; .. :

tora *han ; occasional saiei ,are made aLL Irish doPOUI1TRYI > S :IWk:' raary ifext the following property, to;wit|,Frederick rPRESCWP l $iiiixtinso, wU1a ,mecI.V TlRlUE of the authority vested in m.by I .Tlia :uD 'States Krf
a Mulatto boy about seventeen years of age, eioes$ ,In hand and from $5 to $ .aceordingtto By _I shall for sale before the Court
The of Pork has bieXbOO.4 to
price .. $7 atwhiek chickens {. .. Ul.l81. levied on as the property of -Daniel Gardiner, contract an d tho nature of the,caas.wbenthe i expose Jacksonville ,__: Stea IVANANBCJB T&tdPilatka
the of
ia town
door ,
em* hundreds !.f hogs hare bees add.Tarpeatine Turkeys 100125 sold W satisfy execution issued-farm the 'Circuit or,in incurable ewes*when5tho Roust county every Mondiy aornftitf S oeWck7 fWKnterrrise '
-; t' :.* *.M* K*,'..,. .',.J' Court of Dnval H. O.Men U C. I Ivs.1 .cure Iieomplekd; eontneumadtiaehroniq of Duval on the first Monday in January next MeT&nviBe ;&b\I. mtbrvedifttv.ttsj -
,Virgin aadyeflow dip,|1 J85}hard 8Te.Sealtt mcE;. .1.- county relief promised i,afforded. Special between the usual hours of sale the following pro.pevty ; ;

>. D.. 200 bbkSpiriu 'TorpentineDee. perTh *.* .<.t'- !". -t *;S-.. ?., .::4., G said Gardiner:' .'Propertypointed .o' by eases,when desired,'. ,-v t,- ...- ,to wit t:That certain lob piece or *rce1of ingf,having excellent aeeontnwdation. fot f3Mt-
SALT. ., .,, : i! I.. ., PlaJnUfis AttorneJ1. Also at the same tim'w>d vOrdars lwxM..stai>oer.with-money. ..enclosed. land situated lying and;being '
II t51.21. per sack ; jieifclW. : .. pUc i Sarah;Mulatto woman about tftDt100Dtof WiD 1Q 1riu.lronfntatt l1ti09. ':' Jackeonvme, Duval county and State of.Florida; 'tnited States Mail fl..cA411' 411

'&"UJWr Dee. 24,' A.' U.-.coftoJr--n.: SOAP, x* ** ::5:5. yean age, Mid-In }* -to.ertt..rl.tbe J act .t ,m,."n!i li': ', tt., ,.. knOwa-and distinguished on the plan' or plat of. passspiyohard. ." : : ,*Wt'n" .Z
11i' in the matters of :
Court of Dural.county : Ifyu.u..1tOSS10 v\t.
i .
b.L'r I''I t "
t Vtry yesterday both parties ." ; 'r?iJ ; J'fI- "11t said to warM lot number four;in aqttart mnaber
market was quiet ; Jacob .
EUXS ; therein: of Bryan deceasedi JUso,rone fflt 1't.f9 East 1 ..--' .. C i
bounded .by Forsyth .by
awaitis Jater'' foreign aecottnU 'the sales teN 1' ::: ,800400 .; parcel of.L situated inhi teftur r of rMWaitt.edthoun4er two North strut 1u.N y',21. : toLtt .
; i' ; piece or : : : Marked West byk tn nbef five of said .:, ,
r. : : streetf .
limited'to W8 bales at prices tanging from 7iSS >> 6w"0 "" DuvaL State" of j Floridaj known?as Spanish l.Jio' whoa,'are Geor.rney and Salfl by lot uitberone of said S -- ':0-1 -, .. '

-We:' TIle ogats tet Ervj*.tpof g.d. penlb" lelotoBLccO '. ,- G t4xWfranl* made i. Trout'and.;MontfVec e ;ereekl; glsnsbybtrtb. ; BY
cQM(ia id. la the Liverpool were 10TAtLOW at thejanctionof experience la the'businesg, *,heriditaments appurtenaaees thereunto :: frposefenislenpoita1)1. ...
soTs 1(twelve o.clodk.alter woich time OperathuerseaL1rsiysuipen&8J Maaufactared.NIl Jb.15.- .. containing One Hundred acres more or less f AW .ata" GU..ciI ztferenCSp a.a i&T.craaUlcaiion belonging orb .anywise'appertaining Levied day of Ja iryBt :
.fper.A. : CoIae&ou'atb. slid:esagtY'iAtiu1actin7
Luttber '
: ; .I' ioOiaelar* _A' female Insome nose property of Spencer to.satisfy benr& Court ifooa dfobr fn-tte! tow*;*JflsK
.S" Whitaker "0. Academy
-- "- .: -"; 1 iwovertl oTJfteob t.M tbCimnil, Court to MtUfy'aa'or :' Duvalovnt'John" thmm *gror lortdsiwould De preferred, an execution issued fhJntthb Qretdk Court of Du- hcm.l1 X..af IIaf61.'.' W_.

ft>BlV si.S.rvu wffl be held U St.John's ieaUoDillDtcl.tr,. 'Ickettv.said, WbItaker.4Pzpert7 but if this eannofc** ad the uwawosIDahrOfaldIchebW would val eoaosy May TerriiaWila-Jirtar'et'Thomas ratodI1fleased.r4'"
"( asoojpalj'CharpB .m Friday vtamr 'Mxt ..gMFenaI d ..... 1Ji & toDaant .I .! ,: '.jiA ,WlJoafesV,Pr8crt Etby thiPlalatlLS Tertl1 bH\ri i1la1a*f O.W*IWi.. '
b '
wben-ihe Rector a% :give,a statement la refe- : isi.a*rc.r_ ag' ; lo..ffi Y4dastl4dx5i'a4 ntn."G:n m JG 1t. ': *. t '.ct-Eo.UBMITH_ Sberif4mneT3rcatbef iiarLf4. 11rfkG MAY.4 :. .

rae.t. the financial condition f'.'be Chan, Ba1e's.tC S' 1,, "1'NO\VrJRJce. 1:' 2b.: tJ.iOHN..tWI.AClWf,16,1a1ts J .y.JNQ"W .P'lUC ,. ''aL' I.,.tft. ,, ;riSs''F v' !tS _.41 _
C :B" M-1tIe1n ; Dq'.SbTJagI '+' ) .. ? kN 1i N Jt..n7
J JiiOi .fHr" ': }.ut :; ;tdkWir .
'iaJ the saleef the > iid nle-is fixed oa d.t 1'S.qI i$4 t' es..'a fl I Ir. 'ut ,
pea ,
i4 ( '
12 Bales *ft3 *H.T ; 11 t' -'. "t, ; J tM.tl4'' -
Short 8t,rl.By thej tbet54vc1aaiS t'"t t'1
a Bales fnaJ1&ftC .
U MOD J&aIW4 .
&110 / ) .k"Jt. .
14 ', *t\t t o t. i"j .
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: : Jl THE: BRrttMt'1'EHtOIJI
flake pleasure 1n''J1I omlDtD4ing. It as .s.most U18..0
: .
tfmX Rk 11 'uc1I'Wt 10aT01'f } f'U1rtBY :Ra es.fLetterPobeyetRl1.em1he'UuItedsatteI .
'T .. < .... '. ,'1C' ., ., I ,I.k 1, d' :.. : t 'SUM!' sui..frss* ; fflhIllTTflIllIilJOXICllST1'val uable. meAf40"'r"t ..r:9.You. J M I R.MF' a iiI
Vtzmt Enn'l'B1TaSDu.AT tJa1flTq1e <1 1 -. COTTON FACTORS I Canada, Cram ,sui
Pui2COu1;;' J1'CQ.ttl -"' \iia '. "J tA'lt-w .It-:. .. ,; t':1'851al": '_,: :' '*. .. ;o :.:riFpr : ,7; ; 1 ,T' ,.,. .'t. .t;ie..tJtM, pt.4. TUJt rr $2cz&1'xT .

::;; : ll.tiffb\t .W EzAcObUssz9N EnuAT!: ; : every.ntgie7df etlA:'inanusorlpt; orjpapet 1.1\\. .EMEDY.FOpt.TCUkE.DF. .a iIMkli. 'fi11 i-Not..J2(1S51t'tJ---i- J} / t.l
; ;
e --.1 6') ltltSlrttt,1NitI:1Y"orm'
basked .
of .kjidanpou .vhtcn.'infortnatfoB'ahau
T!Ki *,p r;'mttmi t payable! ." 'O'rwIJay hdJeffEr 07a iSlreelit any or communicated in'writhig: ,or by marks 1I..9 1.o4: "iRff E Mr.uiDlt E. P( wcU"OtUl't.appro De 1tl *0 te'ex 7 pseare' CONTINUE to publish a.ft9.r. l tilJrI",, .I_
t ::; 4w > .tt .li.-4. { JAJ Review an4
; sent therat mentions la 'Ji Il1a oq
4 kwoo
ipon'otd.rig. th' Paper.' .t ? . ,'. ',. ASNAHqA, >. -, .. ,. table of signs shall be by charged mail ; and for-mry-addittonal :. .,t. ., L ZIe_ u;. rltlllilS. .ft't. 1ia"'lIse1J_.".M ga&eI* to wJdc&th y hasrjaje '

SB\woibfloia-lf* aotfea4-:before the* ODotth.J.'IU'.eh&qid't )IDfIBOSTON; ,) .th.. git1c6d3.- .-. oluiresectMlj. ly eoaunroced the jmbUeaUoj of. &,.. AcT--a
vl **-i- > : fft rj ; pY$ Y ; '. : J -" .
fl, -r ] 0W .dr.f..1r ?
the 2I
OeieI'S "Is5 in -additional cultural workv caned s4I
'tr.1r'5' weight named this,tabfo\ ingV .
> ,, .I .. '
f. J'aC1e DTi1Jj New; 1851. :
Adverttoeaentf will be inserted&t th*followingthe < .is.tokecharged. ,, / '' .! r" hich: baa eyer been prescntediotIepubjic. ) 1 "Fit'i ilii j td'ftiifttfllc: f UOl'

TtUuniDQiLI?p ( !tWC1Y line.)(br ">. IV.. ".1t. .'-M. QpR'!i &""C'O.' .. .,:'_. ',J < It rtarids dpon'itk'dvrp$ twenta: and nee4rvnopnfihg MrrPoinwU-.,win:inform'tttfoft yon".that for 'lOfT. 1. .r.Agic4' t.1' ,;. OJ hi
.< : .ty. .-4' : severalyears11 bave'suffese4 tat "different' 71bUY.SnPDKs.F .S.t.fOtl
G'E.L'4ERAJi-l 'i ? IT JtiI bl'1'DL
NOT.&t c17RE
.t'! : ,1 tto
Seventy-Five Centi'for' Yiii s b.1I'ItDi I. L
BWDUrrbfle I'bavetried'yeurfIndian"Loxeeust
first and ) i.. : times frorn.Chr<) aathor'of dui "Book'frl .Anitb."atfl.'gf'
insertion. 'To yearly XdvertiseriiliberaldUtcoaat : a OOmmSSION.,1ttEROIlANTS; ;AND. p'' ; ." .- -i. '. IN A SINGLE IUTARCgI 't' r: Rmms and' received'e. relief,1* dus ted by John P. Norton, M_: .1 :

All AdverUse- .' :ii .i'ft V. 8'r < Valuablepreparation:"is-:compounded and have no reason to dcfubV its being permanent.Believingit Ptofea4'of ftHIO'Alri. 1lltw...JavaJ.16.h"
transient -1 .
will be made,, -FAtcT.oRS' "- j -.. :1 : t. A1W S .JL several t the, afr ., } ,'j
,, .t tj.r-t e II from medicinal roots growing in-the toibe r' 4.ut-T.Jfhiclalp 1ei'Ii &e : .t.& Ch.1'hia
menu(exceptby persons having a running account \ r- & H.f. 8) = Wilds,of Florida.- n.uaELyaDd' fli rjpreeent which > bte..w
;"CrSMtta'.iiew Warehouse'. ,). \ ', "se WHOLLTVegetable oted : you.thiacertiaeatejf you" hlfblr'YallS :wffl.flaapriaM.-_
with ih&office) must be paid for previous to. publications 219 Savannah .Get: .'ti' -Lt .ftl s .Q i and designed ESPECIALLY for thetsure; conusea.you think proper,.Iwill J also say,, Ii 'ge ..eontainm,over 1iJ9mr

*.>.' .i <.' ",/ Bay-Street.{1 "ii : ; .;- ; ,'' ",,A.t. ''' :, t: .. !.; o't'Jll; .: of,the above diseases.-The Inventor; and Proprietor that in convening with many.who have used your, pagesV witlr 19.or'20, (plendid iteel engmtoriL aQ
? -- U5" f 1 ''t't "J ( .:, '. .d\ .. .is .fully convinced that-it is!an,invaluable medicine, I,have.apot found,one_whj. did!of:rerJf and moro than 6OOtIIgnO.'I" b Kl '
remit- HARRIS. <
their E. M.
Fe'tsp}i/aAjL distance 'can. govern MOORED N.M. : .. Medicine. In fact the test that ha "
Y.' f ; .he .given: ,it ce Iverehe4.. > highest style of the art, illustrating almost every
t&Le11or advertising,by the foHowing otes ', I.Oct. 23, 1851. ', (:tf. : in the ton.in.which be resides and'the-swtonIshlno. .." ....f... ,-; 1 iNLkY '. implement of'nusbandrynow'ia usely.th WJ E"PR p m: .Ct ctLvu.ttz. .nccess with which it has met.warrant : .1Jeth .; !W ; *
tnonths diaJ I the bert. of
One (twelve lines published ix '' :ix J' J .. : farmers : ethp4 ploughing,pUnt -
quore S. Weighing J !ot under oeini
Joseph H. D. o ; ; hi min saving that PO5LT1V 'CURE '
itiay* harvesting Ir.e..lr.; *, the variou doDleat1etttanimall
.. DC 4th 1851.'
gor.-*- : i. eo r $10,00 single rates.rj--.l-v !>> .* -6 "W1 '115. Ha has Jacksonville, !
PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE MIDWIFEItY'AND ..' .therefore come to the:determination Jo in thev highest perfection i ia.ibortYfi
Over If and not 1 s.r<.' 6j'12 -r" M 80 '! Poinsetfi-DM'r'Sl! *te
Two I urel; months- -' 1500 ': oz. over place it within the reach of aQ,knowing how mv DT..E. iThreeparta of a Pictorial feature of th.> .1*'nnlqu- '
SURGERY. -; Over 1 01. and not over'U ot 9.: .18JZrJ,- 55 suffer with this Bottle otyovUsost"'ra1nable.'inedtetiae called Indian .
lWkl 'oiher posiness'Cards,per an. 10 00 ny very unpleasant and often'daD it'of incalculable .value to the student frus
an 60 OJficelm the 'corner of Market dn;'Forsyth Over 1 a os, and not over 2 ox. 12 21,, ;40 t-o'60. gerous" Disease, particularly in the,Southern:and Loxeouit'bos entirely relieved me of a severe agriculture: ..' j r "r vu n 9 AS o
creditor 7 > din
KLeIsto jiettorVand Over201".n.d.not.. oz.15. TO ,50 75 "
over 21 ,T Western States. ; attack!of. Dfarrb ."IJtheerfullyryecoramend
: ) The .work Is being, published:
Application for letters of administration,. d 00 Streets, opposite the Court HOUK WHEX UKPAID.. II. .' 'i','" In purchasing.my Iiozecust be'0 your medicine to those similarly afflicted-1- Number, of 64 page each,''exclusively Semi-nonUiIy.of tb."*<-

N o''or Application for'dismissal as'Adminis JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Cct..iG Single i 'rate,as i above:.. 'i.%>8 10'' 10.. 115;, particular and look for'my written signature on With respect yours&e., Steel engravings, and is sold at 25 cents, of .
: J : Over Jos.and not over 1 os. 10 20. ..20{.1.30 IbelabeL1 ,;.". -. *. ,. ,,, 'I THAD. C. 'ANDREWS.j. .' number* which b
tratorur.1 $1000For '. Jr. Over I os. and not over 14 os..15 JD0.4L.. _. refer the public'below to a T few certificates? ;jlected /> .l\ -*- t for tb :entir*
announcement candidates o office, 5 00 N.-H, CORWIN & CO.'S ORCHARD. Over Jiox andnot_ ;over 2oi..20; 40,140)2:, from among,.many received: from respecta: ErANANDPO.'REIGN ,will be at British least twenty-two..Periodical, 'j '-n b .

No announcement will be made unless the same Over 2 oz. and not over 2i os. 25 60 0. '',, ble.citizens. of.Jacksonville.. V ,.? .". ,,. .v* t ,. The te-pnb1ze4, ;ss4.
folio ws.vix
lUiddl : .
be accompanied with'he amount charged. tovnorange'connty, VOTE.:"From and after the SOth:June 1S51, the .14- ; EGBERT POINSETT.. J; t.T" AGE NC\i- Tie: London QnarteniyEevles:;(ConservatiVey- ir.j\

Editorial o iror private benefit. will be :Nev: 'York. .9"ff'_ mode of computing the rate:upon inland lettersi. ;P.fS": Planter should.Oat be without thi*'Yalri-' tCITY OPdirectioaf WASmNGTO', The Edinbnir; Reviewi .(WJ g,) .,.'iNertlfef*

. charged double the' Tale advertising.- Fruits, raIt and Ornamental TREES, e. letters from one 'oce.within.:the United ablehM cine.'-:Every' IuIII7 'ought .to.keep:it TTNDBR the AARON HAIGHT British Renew (Free Church) The Wtrtmiacter f_
State or Territories to'another,and=also'upon -5-' fc >r". ", III PALMER NeWiYork and WORTHINGTON Review, (Libetalj&M Elackwood'a ''EdlayS
Ite1I&IouspbituarY.and- Marriage notices,.will Plants, .Sltrnbbcry. &e. &c.., furnished to letters between tho United States and the;British :A101'REED'princlpal''Agent for'JacksonTl GARRETT SON SNETHEN, of New- iurgh'.Magatin*, (Tory.). _--. ;;, lI'* 5,

bepublishcd'grafis.Communications.- .* Y I I I Order* North American provinces to he M follows, towit %:. ;" T,,.&. -.3 T: --.4-". -_-.-_- '&-.&. .Orleans,.Attorneysiind: Oounscllors the Supreme Although these Work are distinguished by thIS

most be post paid. November .13 1831. Jawtf. r Single rate,If not ciOWainf ba.lfa.n onnee; Court of,the'Unlted'States., political shade above indicated; yet bat 'a until Oportion
double rate] if exceeding half an ounce, but,not i JACKSONVILLE,E F.', August 15th,;1851. Thi establishment i*formed ;for.the following $ of 'their content i* devoted to politic :'

;, ,' JAMES; exceeding an ounce; trehle'-'-rate, If exceeding an Dear Sir This will inform"you that one bottli object.i'W subject It i*.their litmu,,character.which) *
,J. P. '.Sanderson.4cflT .BAKER ounce,but not exceeding an ounce'and a half} of medicine-calledL c INDIAN :LOXECUST, has ':; 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of give them the/ chief value, an<*
: AND COUNSKLLOft AT LAW,. ATTORNEY AT LAW, and so on charging an additional. half ounce or fraction of bill otnee.':. attack of Dysentery.* I. consider it anexcellentedlelnefor business before CongreU..* c'-.:.-' their das*, Bladneood,still under.the'-mastfrrjr m
H"A1G Tfmoved his office from Columbia Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. 'The mode of computing rate trpon letter to zn this complaint,and take greoiV pleasure 2. For the prosecution andrecovery of all claims guidance of Christopher North,maintains Its.

County Jacksonville, Duvol County, Great Britain, and to all other fofidgn countries, in recommending it to the public.,:-It-o rn ia.lwx>r equity.Mainttt U>. JJniUdStte :-W .,ci ant celfibriljv** !*.At-tW**<'"> ,-""'ft.!>.pir
respectfully informs his friends.that bo will continue EL Whit Smith &"11.O'Brien! the British North'AmericaQ..proT IIce" tJce edo Respectfully yours, n fore Congress or'the executive Departments, or tractive,from the senal work of Balwer' and.th-3*
will rejpain .as at present under the act of 8d S. FERNANDEZ against'foreign Government before Boards -of er literary notables written for that MagasineV
the practice of his profession, as formerly. ': ATTORNEYS AT LAW, March 1849, and agreeably to instructions appended To Mr.:E. Poinsett.. C mmiSl oners. .A and first appearing in its columns.both in.preat'b

Ha will attend at each and every Term of. Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida.M .' to tho table of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. 3. For.the, settlement of .accounts with the Britain and in the United State .Such,work*a* t
the Circuit Court iu the several Counties of !I .1 cUo mI, May 6th1851. : State; Treasury, War; Navy,Post Office,''and The Caxtona and 'My New Novel," both by>
WHIT SMITH M O' This is it with Interior Bnlwer.) "My Peninsular Medal,"'\"The Green'
; RJE to certify is much pleasure that I Departments and obtaining the.remis-
the Eastern Judicial Circuit the County of I Office at Alligator. I| Office at Xcwuansville. 1st. Every letter or parcel, not exceeding half announce to the Public that I have. been.effectu-. mon of dnes,penaltieB and forfeitures, for alleged Hand.J and other serials of which numerou rival 1$

Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme '' a n ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single letter ally cured of the distressing complaint called Dysentery iolations. for' the revenue, post 1 oce. or other. editions are .issued by the leading publisher 14this

Court at Tallahassee and the U. .V. Court at .St. i SI w. BAKER, or rate. by the highly recommended. remedy ,of ja ws. country, have to be reprinted those pnhlishers -"-
2d. All drop-letters, or letters'placed. in any Most r. Poinsett.. -1 had resorted to things 4. For securing letters-patent.for invention from.the page of Blackwood after it has
Augustine. All business entrusted to his care I' ATTORNEY ATLAJlr. p office, not for transmission, but for'delivery but of no avail; I was induced to ,try.many his very from the United States .or from foreign Governments been issusd by'MOST*.0 Scott tf Co.; >o that suhw

will r receive prompt attention.Address JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLORIDA. only, shall be charged'with' postage" at the rate of palatable and pleasant Medicine and to my great and. procuring land warrants and pensions scribers to the Reprint of that Magazine may al>w
-J. P. &ISOERSOS, Jacksonville, one cent each/ : satisfaction was completely. cured- within a few under tho various pension law,of the United way rely on having the.,earliest reading this
Rifel'ellte.JIon. 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation days and have not been,troubled since with that States. vt ; fascinating tales. .r.t .. *
Dura/County, Florida. W. B. FLEMING, Savannah Georgia., for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the ,so much dreaded disease. ., ;f .. 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, TERMS-per annum. -
Jacksonville, Jan. 17. 1830. if March 20. 18.1. tf SOth June) did not exceed$),may send through I am happy to say other immediate? cures havecome legacies and inheritances,in,the United States For any one Cth four Reviews $3'OO1*

the mail all letters written by hiaudf and receive .under.my own observation"within a few and foreign countrio For any two do' s9 OQit
Qg Gen. Jam A< Pcdcn can at all times OSSIAN B. through the mail all written communications days.: 1 cheerfully add.my mite.to the already 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of For any threes'do .7 OOj

b.found at the office of Col. J. P. SANDERSON fur HART addressed to himself,on his pntH1le bvsineu,which great amount of testimony with,regard:to.your the States or Territories of the_Union, and loaning For all four of the Reviews,, '.800"
will ATTORNEY AT LAW, shall not exceed in weight one half OU&M, free of Valuable Medicine.. I am', resnecfully. &c., moneys on mortgage, of;real estate lying For Blackwood' Magazine, 3 OFor u
the jwrformanee of professional service p .' This does not authorize them to frank M. HEA1t.N, Jr. therein. ':* Blackwood and three Reviews, '900 .
also'-Attend to tho business of the latter gentle- KEY WEST, FLA., any letters unless written by themselves and on To E. p'oinlOtt,Esq. ForInvestment. of fands 'in'United States For Blackwood and the four Reviews, 10 00

man'during the occasions of his absence. Practices in the T'nitcJ States and State Courts their private business only; nor does it authorize and State stocks and loans collection of the dividends For Farmer1 Guide [complete in 22 Nos;),ifi_OUT
of the Southern District of Florida. them to receive free of postage any thing but JACKSONVILLE,May 21,1851. thereon, and, generally for the transaction Payments to be made in all eases advance.'

Diec. 25;1351. July! 10-tf written communications addressed to themselves, Dear Sir? consider it to be a matter- of-duty of all business pertaining to a"law, loan, and CLUBBING1: 1 j- _,.

and on their private business. to inform you that had been laboring'under avery banking agency. ? t A discount 'twenty-fee per cent mm' thaabove
11.: McQueen McIntosh, JOHN C.HATELT -. violent attack of Diarrhoea,which baffled the AU communications addressed- postpaid to prices will 'be allowed to Hubs ordering A

:I' '.ATTORNEY A T LAIJ', Newspaper Ratittyer 'JUIl.rltrICM" tent from skill of two Physicians and rendered me unable Messrs.'Palmer &Snethen.- American and Foreign four or more"copies "of_any one or more of.the'-;
the Eastern ATTORNEY AT L.AW. the office publication, to actual and bona fide to do any work. But fortunately, when about to Agency, city "Wasb'ngton, will receive above works.. ,Thus 4 copies of. Blackwood or r
Wju.attend the Circuit Courts in I OFFICE NEWNANSVILLE, lIub l.rrber'f-t _' ,. give up all hope of ever obtaining relief I heardof prompt and. faithful attention..Office one of the Review will be sent to one address for',.
Circuit. ; the United States District Court at St. 11 From after the SOth of Jane, 1851 for each your "INDIAN'LOXECUST;" and the use 1'ALElt.&.ETIIEY, $9 ;'4 copies of the four Reviews an. J Blackwood
Augustine!; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; newspaper not exceeding three onn ell weight, of five Bottles has entirely restored me to health.; No.5. Carroll Place, Capitol IliU. for $30 and eo on. v t3**&
Claims for citizens in any part 01 h, sept. 11, tf. the annexed rates per quarter are to" be paid quarterly I take much pleasure to recommend your Medicineto Jn'yS. ---,lawtl.Bountv 0,> Orders from' Clubs mlllte" sent direct to
and prosecute in advance. These rates only apply wnere aU those who may be similarly afflicted. the piMisl\cn* discount, 'from these.pcqes

"Florida against the Government Washington, United, States Mutual Insurance tho paper is sent from the omce of publication to Yours, &o., BENJAMIN DAVID. Land and : can be allowed to Agents. ,. _

either before Congreg or at the Departments. Company, I actual and bona fide subscriber To E l'oinzettEsq. General Agency, I Money current in the filates where iuned- -,win

ci'i- ADDRESS Jacksonville, East Florida. WEST POTTSDAM, NEW YORK.KINOSLEY.BI : JACKSONVILLE, June 27, 18.)1.' j, Washington C. be G:1Itelnittances received: at par. : and communication- should-

Mar 2. 1850' tf.J Dear Sir:. I am entirely relieved oC com-, T.OW.LXER""il1
b1'p JOSEPH : be always addressed post paid or f ranked,to tke
-.---- .li -_- -1 GIBBS Agent laint. thanks to you for our "INDIAN LOXEUST attention ,to'the BOUNTY Publiahera.LJ.01iARDSCOTT fc CO,, 1
James' i G ," .- Is the best have ever used for the LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers ."11
Bryant engaged ,79 Fulton. N. Y.. entranceGold; .
r. HATPORT MILLS, DUVAL CO.,'FL.\. i I 11 f diseaaeand I feel happy in recommending it to the in the FLORIDA WAR or in either of the I.IOIAN I ; '- ."" -

ATTORNEY-'KD COCNSELLOR-IT-LAW, May 22, 1851 tf S I public. Your truly WARS in which the U. States have been engaged, ;-The Globe. "

Will attend 1'rofessional business in the Courtsof Q Sr1S : GEORGE COULTER. or the War ,with GreatBritain of 1812;-to A t' and
To E. Poinsett Congressional, Agricultural LileraryJNewspaper.
SAM'L.HOYT& Esq. claims on the U.States for :.MILITARY SERVICES
the EaUern Circuit of Florida and in the Fcd- ,
Cta.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.CtsNot SUPPLIES ,
traXCourVior i the Northern District of Florida. 50 miles BATOI ISLAM, St. John's Beach., ) of business ::undersigned rabmit to- the:: puWit hif
; over 23 15 .10 5 2J ;Il any description requiring an Agent *
lii. : ..- ALSO AGENT. GENERAL CUMMISSIO I I MEIICII1S! Over.50;and not over August 7, 1851; 5' Attorney at Washington. ,For 'procuring Land .L. proposalsfor the GLOBE and,it*report*foty
s 300 miles 50 SO 20 10 5 21 Dear Sir i This will'inform you tbaftJ ol r. Warrants his charge will,be 5. I In other cases the next session Congress. .Congress has now
for general-'Business in the State, respecting In The'Buying And "Selling Of Over 300, not over 1000 my children were dangerously ill with the Dysen. the charge will be proportioned. to the nature and so liberally patronized the undertaking'.that 7
grants and i donations of lands,'and the loeali.onor.ma EVEhv I miles 75 45 30 15. 7J SJ tery or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks. I tried I difficulty of the case. -__ win be established a standard work worthy .f-*
thereof DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL i Ocr1OO0iiot; ver2O00 almost everything that generally roeueflVihrdoM He will alsoxact in connection-with Agents or t*official imprimatur,unless the undersigned fail**

,. J IMPLEMENTS ANDMACHINERY. I miles 100 60 40 .20 10, 5 disease, but all to no effect. -A friend misse,,-t r Attorneys in Florida,:"homa ,be employed I in hit duty.This will not be the case if arne9
1' 'ALSO. AGENT Over 2000) ,not over'4000 commended me to try your Medicine eallednae Bounty.Land and other.claims, on terms which L effort can Alai' The GLOBE i* tbS' onry. paper t
for the'Rcoucetion'\"tv. Claims upon the Uniteta.t.ei ii ALSO i iI miles 123 75 '60 '25 12} 61 DIAN-LOXECU8T.'I'proeured 'it-ande'n I may be agreed upon. ,Letters [which should be. that will furnish full report of the proceeding and
Over 4000( miles 150 90 60 30 15 7 i happy to say that 1| Bottles of it cured all thre post paid will receive, immediate'attention.. debate of the two House of Congress f and Isa.tin
other I
for Military services pensions I. Georgia and French Burr Mi I Stones: Eusopus,, of my children-hoping your Valuable MedicinI[ 'June 5: .. -lawtf. :'received their sanction as such,the bed Re e

supplies furnished volunteers, and for horses or Colagen, Cullin and Bolting.Cloths. Also,'e\'ery DIRECTIONS. may become generally known so that all that may .. -'' porters will be'engaged.to write ooi the,debate:

otEer property lost, for which the United States kind of produce North and South and CASH paid 1st. be afflicted with this disease may hare'a certain: .Of. ;'NotlCe.; o each day, whica will undergo-.the. rerutoaof.,
Ji* ** 4- for Wool Hides, Deer Skins, and Shipping t urs.SAM'L WeeUy papers on/y.when sent u above and safe remedyYours. truly the Members. _.The.work, anerpusm through-
isIe. stated, are to be delivered free in the county where TO TIlE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERSOF
HOYT. hAMPTON L. and receiving correction,will
A.*dmlll Jacksonville. East Florida, BILBO. they are published; and this although conveyed To E. Poinsett, Esq THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE be presented, as finished,.in. the Coiiausiot.U.
in the mail over 60 miles. < ::
-' .
GLoBE ;. i'U
andArncrnx a
References: 2d. Newspapers containing not over 800 square JACKSONVILLE, July 30,'ISIS! :
J. HcRobert Baker -The debate will increase w rntcrerVj
Messrt. AKOERSOX' & Co., FBAXKLHI&BuANT- inches, are to' Ie charged .one quarter the aoove Dear Sir: I have tried your very valuable Med-1 :a recent Act Congress'officers; and 'aol during the next lessioDThe probably i one subject which'engrossedtbe ,
42'ToRNEY4COUNSELLOR AT LAW LF.YVEB.iTER & PALMES SWIFT, Desswnv & rates. cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far the best and I (who have not received) are entitled I LUtWil1 doubtless giveaway othr1

.,. .JACKSONVILLE, E. ,FLA. Co., Savannah, Ga.; WM. P. MIM.KR & Co., 3d. Publishers of newspapers allowed to exchange safest cure for this dangerous disease that I have to BOUNTY LAND,(or service of one monthor era -of which in this progressive--
.great variety;
..t < New York; KUGOLES Noun, MASON &Co. Bos free of of each number the widows .
post.agene copy ever known or heard of. My little more; ,and minor children of those I
AV.u practice: in the Courts of the EasternJtt'H" ton, \ F. B. LOOMIS this daughter, aged country the confiiets party ; ESQ., New London, only ; and privilege extends. .to newspapers about two years, had suffered long and was deceased are also entitled. -The Subscriber will for .
re plaoeaDd -
Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Jack- Ct.; II. S. McCoiTBs Esq., Wilmington Del. published in Canada. duced to almost a skeleton,and r tried part of undertake, at a moderate'"compensation. 'the Vast interests will distinctionnecessarily.be at stake he docirioca! ,

oat;iHe, and' in tho'Unitod' States District Court Sarannah, August 28th, 1831. sept. 4-tf 4ih. The weight of newspapers must be takenor L a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST''-and claims of those interested. Having been employ. of the next Congress; and there upon is great> talent 1Ji j

'CI f the(Northern District of Florida. Harin'g&Ii' determined when they are in a dry state. it has acted like a charm, the child is now improving ed in public office for several years, his experience, both branches which will be evoked in their dl-'*
5th. Postmasters
are not entitled to receive in such matters
and be seen by those who do will enable him 'to afford great
JOHN A. may not be cnssion. AU the honors of,the
HEATER Republic
eBcient and reliable agent at Washington hewiflfjirosccut DRUGGIST newspapers free of postage under ;their franking lieve.-: Respectfully, facilities to claimant forLAND AND FEN, on the succession to,the Prcsideney. will

claims against the United States No. 1 Brongkton street Savannah, Gn privilege A. V. COLVIN.. : SIONS, and save them a.great.cleal of trouble as all the great and permanent interests whielr .ito
6th.; Payment in advance does not :entitle the To E. Poinsett tt, Esq. &nduJICJ188.; Where he,obtains no thing,. g
the at for salo. the advancement the
and Washing- article in his of the
before Congress Departments every power coiwtryto'theactionofthfncxtw.
party paying to deduction from the charge made., A11 letters
line of any above u post-p idwill receive
business besides
toll.-" Spirit Gas, Gas Lamps, Camphine rates. ST. NICHOLAS, Fla.,July 31,IS5L, prompt attention,,and J,.the necessary forms.and fTBSB give.. impulse' ..- -..itaJJ,
v&ipg permanently located at Jacksonville he 'Landreth'a Warranted. Fresh Garden Deaf Sir r This is to certify'that two Bottles f instructions Ben .., / : ; .The'D Iy'cil&wm"pubBshea'daily otariifj
Rates of Postage to ?charged _vpon all transient Medicine C. W. BENNETT .
called "INDIAN
entire your LOXECUST"has ,Att'y.
wfll give hi and unremitting attention to Seeds, the session Congress, and weekly the remaiideffof
.Segftrs &c. &c.. Newspapers and every other description of Printed permanently cured two of our Negroes;of a severe Washington D. C. the' It .wilt contain' .
full faUoful
and all business entrusted to hiSeireI. i Matter year and; i*
1- .
his profession. At wholesale and retail. ;except Neutpapert and Periodicals r, Diarrb a. I take pleasure in recommending October :. ports of the proceedingsoLbotb Houses of Con-1
publislied at intervals .
not exceeding three months valuable Medicine ,.
your -as being without doubt
idil N.B. Spirit manufactured and always fresh and sent from the qffiet publication to'actual. one.of the best and safest remedies for this N tice.'* gross; and miscellaneous article on" 'those' general
: business disease
will also attend to_any as and .for sale as low as'enn be purchased in the; and bonafide subscribers.NOTE. .. that I have beard of subjects to which it is devoted.:_ : ,
or seen. Yours '
truly :
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Southern market for cash or approved credit! '. .W. 0. A LL Subscribers to the building--fund isC: The Weekly GOOi.1ri1l'e6DtaIa 'Agricultural
.by the Governors of the following NoT.2T-ly 'JN'C. A.M. : .To E.' -Poinsett ? McINTYRE." SL..John! Church.J o.cksonYjIleJ.who.are.enti. and miscellaneous articles;.and'will occasionally
Appointed .-For each I. t e t Esq. tIed to share in'said Church,'are' requested) give debate of such importance, as command universal .
Stages to! t.ie Tertimony, Affidarits and Acknotrledgment -- 0. 0 *- ".
: additional ounce, or S JACKSONVILLE, Juno 9th,'18ol.r ; present their vouchers to Dr.A.&Baldwin;Treat interest. .
*to be used therein. t ." DYING AND SCOURINGESTABLISHMENT fraction of an ounce, o o ..*- .* Dear Sin I have used Indian Loxecust surer of the Building Committee,by.,and:.before The price of the WetUv Gto6eis rtduoeJtoV*
Maine Virginia beyond the ten ounces J5 a Q i< it iCtslCts. in family, and have your the 15th of November next and all person ban' oee. dollar, with a view to obtain.& more general
_ in 'th$ table, an ad. rf8 my found it a very valuable ing account against said Church for material or circulation.. .. _t n
73 Diarrhoea. '
remedy .t v
.' ':Vermont, North Carolim, NO. YORK STREET ditional i.11 8 ; I. take.great pleasure :in labour &o. will also : The Jougressional Globe win 'ai It ha
ratewill be = iS Si !: iii recommending it to the present them a* above sped dy.
Massachusetts South Carolina, (REAll OF THE COURT < public. fted.l" done for the last
) charged. 0 R. ,j S.BALDWIN-\ seventeen'"ye&tsr Congressional
Respectfully, J. E.TOWNSEND. .
: w.York, Georgia, "SA'V. ANN AH, GEO. .t 'S ." :1 .' .!'GI .pv ge- .1obsctt,1sq. .: t' u Treas'. BuiJ'g eom.e, proceedings and debates exclusively' r----4.Jtt
Pennsylvania Alabama Z 0.-' at' St. JohnzChtircb'OL:9.tr. I The Appendix will embrace the revised sjxechea
+ f '

Delaware Mississippi, : ALP.XADEILGALLOWtY, Ct*. Cts. Cts. ,JACKSONVILLE' EJFl'My: 17, 1851,. _' separately the United, and States the and messages the report of the of the President Head or of

Maryland' Texas. RETURNS his thanks to his friends for tho'' One oz. or under 1 2 3 4 5 Dear Sir. Thi* may certify to you thst'l.had a i- -i Notice. : the Executive Department. ,'. ?.' f-i-d
.' has received since he commenced. Over I olnot over 2 oi. 2 4 6. -8 10 negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Diarrhoea The Congressional Globe and Appendix wffl 1
;. : janl.-ly = business in this in 1832 2 < u'344 3 e and that the use" of .bottle formed I Co-,
/ -< city and would state to his[ i 9. 12 W one of your THaUNDERSIGNEDhaving published as fast as.the proceedings of Congress-
friends,and the public 3". 4" .. 4 8 preparation called "Indian Loxecust of Medicine,
I ; generally, that during his i 12 18 20 ? effectually will make a number- Subscribrrs may expect one
*;t%; 1' : OSCAR HART, late visit to London and Scotland be has acquired U 4 various improvements 44 5'" ... 6" 6 : ; it as a valuable Medicine citizen_of Jacksonville and its .C ...,
f_ A,7 T O R NE Yf T. LA W, connected with 12 .J8":2-J 30 very vicinity. of a session, and two or three number of eaob..a
the' Court-house DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING U 6" ." 7":> 7, 14 21 .28 "35 ,--Your truly.JOPN.BRANTLEY.. ', j. S.s.-MURDOCH M.D.:' week afterward*,until the end of the session. V
the Second floor at ,
Office : upon < 744 44 8u. 8 '18 ,U; 82 '40 Mr. Egbert Poinaett. R: P. DANiEL/M.D.'. Complete indexes to the.Confrestionat'
4v"\ Fowy street.Waxpractice which he trusts will,enable him to give general <, "., Office the North : Gl,01
SU' ;9ut 9 18' 27' :.36' ''4*. *- on corner directly of the,Buffing and Appendix will be.sent subscribers soon 'af
satisfaction "
in the several counties of the to all who may please to favor him .44 <4 44 44 JACKSONVILLE eon House."" '. .
with their 9" 10 JQ 20 30 40 M.DIRECTIONS. July 26, 1831. IOct.O ter Congress adjourns --tNothmgoapolitlealispectwlThppessb- --f Na
and attend to the- patronage. Dear Sire Sonietime since ,. l81. Sm.r '. '
Eutern Circuit of Florida J4o.d es'silk and wooten Shawls I was attacked with tl.
Dresses, &c. '
collection of claims against the United States for :leaDed and dyed various colors,so as to give, i a severe Diarrhoea- o severe that I could.not at: ; 'A Globe save that which will be found"in,the Coot
MRitary servloegand for Horses lost, or etherproperty satisfaction.., :Table Covers cleaned or dyed. as 1, On every-transient newspaper; unsealed circular tend to my business., I was recommended to try A Card. '. f gressional reports.; _A pipes:'assuming,to be aa
> maybe required.. Gentlemen'sgannensrenovated ,handbill, engraving pamphlet ; I your'"INDIAN LOXECUST.lprocure4 one mIlE Subscriber having leased the''WeU.kD n impartial vehicle for all sides cannot maintain,iu
lo.t rdestreyedbytro0p'in said service.Alsoy periodical, Bottle of it. At the same time" two -i house character if the editorial columns reflect
member of
in the some good style as formerly so as not to be magazine, book,and every other description of :: formerly kept by Mr.'John Clark, a put
chums for penllions'or disabled soldiers,orA surpassed by any done at the North,'or dyed printed matter the above rate most In:l1.easel my family were afflicted with the same/disease. take this method of informing the cithebajoi hue'w ) .y
as .- .
.'widows and orphans deceased IIOldie,. may be required. Ladies' bonnets/dyed black, be prea1d/according to the weight.-.'! .: We all used the:medicine from the,one Bottle, Jaehfeottville and vicinity,that he is now ready toIOrve : rERJrs.' ;, .to ,J, .
cleaned and I am now.happy inform that.if cored refreshment at hour of the ror ODe of the-Daily Globe (daily Atrinjf -
"* for bind to officers and uldSfs'"andthe And pressed in a superior style. Ladles; 2.M honever any printed matter on 'whichthe yon any day..ti6Dt'l copy ,
XW claims bounty' > and Gentlemen's'Kid Gloves cleaned after the postage is required be,pr palcl,' &< throughthe us all"tinl- W....DOY all well and hearty o'clock in the morning until 10 at night he can the session of Congress,* and. *weekly: 4i.i
: widows and orphans! of deceased of.fteers from the use of only one Bottle of .Valuable furnish Lunch at 'taunngt "
( most approved London fashion. inattention,of Postmaster, otherwise be' your- the shortest notice,viiilColJ ereee88 l.7ear, A : IJ
suid olders.! Air. 111. KIEL has been appointed,A"'cnt for sent without prepaymentfthe same shall be charged M.dioine. .jours truly / C Ham,Beef Tongn6'Pig* feef, Tripe;Shrympsj Forth ai1Gicbefor1essthanayeat.iP. :

bl. attention to conveyancing,:, the above establishment, and will,attend to the with double the above'rates. ". .TIMOTItYhARE IS., Sardines, Fish,, &o.) he ha had his Lt ors:1111 L WleratefSh&.amollth... -:._ ,.. .r!
"AJiipK reception and delivery of work In Jacksonville and Bound books and'parcel printed matte To.E. Poinsett. ;Esq.; Wines (elected V odJudgei in New york, and For'one.copy of the Weekly Globe for onet "

to'ezaming titles'and' ecord?, ascertaining. ig the. surrounding country. Terms. moderate.' not weighing'over..32,ounces, shall;bchleemed J I' : : -' paid the highest prices for them,and hashe think, '1ear' Z :. .it j, lOG

-t-: ,. :, '.Mar hii8.0.; ..tfI inailoble matter .' j r i Mandarin, Fla.,Ocli: 1S5L._ Wine and Liinon. .f the first tuality[ :.also For For one copy of the Congressional Glob- dojiwn'
a .A11 bwiiness entrusted to him will 'meet withpr0mpt :; > .' Periodicals published interval*,not:exceed Dear Sir-Some time since I was on visit nearyour ter and Ale, .'Gentlemen win plea*?can and judge ring the sossioot _... r 1M

<4. 'attention and all Instruments.n writingwin Sca Ii < c- ing three months, and tent from the office of pub Your place'and l wu suddenly taken .very Mel for themselves;and speak of ms a*they find mOo, Fbr. one copy of theA.ppendIx! ::.during the .
nd'Cottoll < Indian Loxecnst
; Gins. was .leIIIfon..1
lication to actual!and>bona' fide subscribers recommended'The Nopains will be spared to)lease all whb may favor -
_ezcccted by him with neatness and-Ic. milE SUBSCRIBER-takes' to boo charged with'one half lbe:,Mea mentioned, are friend that I wa visiting happened to have bot me will a call. 8. :.TYLER FortourcopicsoeitherOftd'_ *

IJ'PJ JL to inform the planters of Long,Staple opportunity Cot- }'n.the last above table, and prepayment of a tle of it in the house and' 1 used it; and take pleasure -, \ Jssonvflle, Oct.2. l85J. > (if 'ringLhe.session,. : '-;' _? 1 500'
,'JYattc; in111i." Jan: 2.. l8."ih. : ';;it'mr.r tons that he still continues tho manufacture of the ter's postage thereon must in all ease b* req1 quar 1. informing you .that it. cured-mer ,1 am: ? Forte* copies ohUhe'.or pa tot botSdn?, .. -,

.. : 1. latest improved HORSE GINS, dou Periodicals published at! .' more-than averse having. my name1\ in print.but itttf.for Nassau County Tax Oollectorr'8:; .'rinr'the aesrou.'Tb.'prloei'fetthui.. : "- .- !

41va (, ,AftZ.NC Y, : ..' his and single at hit usual.rates and J* ready''to three months aremnstberepald charged. with thi fall rat*,which the benefit of those that way be afflicted,'yoa. ,>can. VIRTUE bJl&wvei 1 paper*are so-low,tital ,_.
if In '
; fill all fcrders at the shortest notice; : .? "-' 't'" :wNpTK. pcbl1sa'tbll. you think it necessary.' BY. ofsnthorlty me It- vance payment;are indispensable to-carry' theaj"onand

4cL4IMS.4T lJiiINGTNi 'For the reputation of.the G ins,Hpply,to the fo I- .-In caso'ther I*on or IB any newspaper:r, t ;Your'withrespect: '*> hrilt ppose forsaleInfront (the, no order will be attended tounle ;"
lowlngAgentsor to those periodical! ; :I SUSANNA HARTLEY. noUlt-doorof Nassaq county, the first. .
who have them brnset ; pamphlet, or other printed matter or : money accompanies it. II'" -S-MT p?||is
Wlillaifi, Kennaugh, ; .-A'GENTS; .I paper'connected ''therewlth"an.;manuscript of DrEna.,' t' Jacksonville-. .. ,- Monday of March, 1852,:the following described Subscriptions may-be remitted by mall, Ao Trfair
'rr.sssri.vAiu AVEXVR, Ylllalonga-& Aeoit 'Cebtenil any kind by which information shal be asked for.: 't L : 'Oc i One tract or parody of Jand litnated in said county* ,inmoney At par in ,the section.. of. coawry
.tjCvrykiMifs HOTTT io, Ga. or communicated in writing, orbtlU.rborlfpJ' raly Hill.; .:20. I85i. containing.250 acre*,lying near the re-: where ,.- *4
>Co.tiiuicsiogtrc! 'his'prompt attention ,to :. B. R. Bytbewood, Beaufort, S.C,*> .. the.In.td lIewspa.per,'perl04fe Dear Sir(Your Indian Loxecnst I*a good med: Idenee of Mr-John-Higginbotuatn, on,a swamp ."r- ubscribenresjae.;.. 10:n'OI: .
phlet Or other _
thaU. Scott & icine \
DeVeaux ;*Som
CharUwten tint
; S. C *since called Little
; ; printed becomes purchased a bottle from Mills another tract lying nn Funk
: **
rang ineat and prosecution' of claims' Tison Harris.,'Ocala, E. Florida, ?', s [and U'is the duty of the subject' .to1 letter'to poitee*: A Mi ..;, your agent,and gave it to.
gref ftnyroftho lixeoutire Departments. -Fernandes; Bisbee & Co:, Jacksonville. Fla.K :, the wrappers and envelope front remove oC my negroes that bad suffered Tery much from described by wrreyor a*belonging to Sanchet I '
J..1P1. &film ig from the Revo'lnlionary,,Florida I ; R..Dnkw; Paktka E.F. j ter and pamphleU not eharged with all letter printed mat' a severe attack of. Dysentery cored him. Soon and are cold for taxes due from fett.T5'Taxes due. MASON1W' tlcNKG G-t., @

fie.XJ w jniafldRev' pIutlouaryjTs! It- S. L.lloyt & CeSSavannahXfa.v'atl; : f9r the purpose of ascertaining;whetherj postage thereis, afterwards I bad another negro attacked wth} the the State |15. : .:*' -- Iit si-'.; : .... ;;, fJZl _
8. Niblapk! &Co.
Alligator;E. f- ame disease* I purchased another A''.IA. 1. J.BRADDOCK
*' t upon or connected with any such ; bottle;and it FTU1E,NDERsIGNEnl kq W.e(bbItSt
-fdws rctuion*t Naval.or: Army; .Lartinger & R&rriEUz&bethtownjjwnd printed matter enr&d him alaA./, .
*YJ. U ot such packagc,any"maUer 'or'UlIIII.hich "!rv* Sheriff and ex off.,TsjfC6Ucetor.<| 1 informing the public thai he i* nead 10 doBriiAyin
CountyGa. J do ig '
jlAo4.or' .Scrip,, nnder' law :X Teb-ll.L "t'I"; ,'i. would autliorise or req1lire the chairs of a high e i Bot-beitate a moment 1iconmiuaii Jhot27. p' ,8l : -, ) onry'P1asteting 8&uceo Oft,

'MB.H August 10, 1848:,Arrearages of,Pay and .... ;, .. .A"39f. \ .::. ;.i .rate. 'otposagethcreon. ,' I > : N.K.-HAL,,' ) yur.-Indaniozecaettqtbopebi moat certain Uo",a*:being..the, l f -.,. ke fco.iHe willJ riJsb>plaii*t n4rdr&iflt
EXTRA BoxM AS)Barjsues con be had of.the x 1'':' :' tPOltmuteJlPa remedy for Dysentery-that It IMT Nassau County Tax Collector's sale '
r&1; when desired
!'due retarnlng Volunteers; laiinai'r'Va' snbsoribert' eveeuzed.or ,: by person for.whom-bel.
at OFFICE 1.101J
"':Persons -.l'pS DUAtTXKU Jon .4 lOt p'ope.lC1I '
: ,
wonting to exeeut .work II
1" '.:::1.sL4 .t'er'l'rtMrt". 4esu"ed.' .'. :i.. Gin or'Gins repaired'please, 'direct'to I Agents. --, -- ._-, -_ ISGLr.- pkIl; ths.\W if.'; 'rf ri4i.f un rl"t1't ;r ..- BiY.VlRTUE' thori&1.bameb1Jaw"- weD bOft-the'citIien'bf'J.witbont.-.dtr* ben M't
to' :
or ; : 7' t- j&ill ri.'r. { ;'w'1'i5 'h1 for uIeb a. Snout Jot the
Voluntceri follP
,p_ by_ ;beforVbciilg',mns- :SLJJ BUKNtt" DMINTflATONOU .)Drj foIi"L! .f aTU1i.! rJ.EM-.t. Court Abuse door t'Nusau' xmnron ftc am. competent mechanic, and woftb.Mtpd11ThIdyfrdt1aeMofthe13&ce.k
teT'IAd'ied Into ,eervice Waggon-ma ; .'s GeorgI&:: wUi ; .IJ,; rh'1i'1 :!'l'l Monday of March refer* to4"
; _.._..., _. I: :0 : t J' gi land;lying-in additJ.O".1 A". .">ofhl. '
rI..claims 5 JUarincs ,..a.11on'f. I>? ? u. i'( f- 'V" r 'u uaall 410111I'1 for di A p .. said count ,owned b .JoSherlff ) JH1J .. : -1
1ueecmrj -. fl x" : ; mJ..loD'aaMmlnlatratorof; Ibe-iitsf Mari'' .tI'co-Ur-S t ii.ll k. ; f7bU'. my'or h'aq.for, b.J" due fos 185I.-' AmOunt of. G1 Casts hiIdMOUI4s '
Jc&K&vngUtb, .Calvin.. .. ..J ,Oak'. CGUUmtthafldMachIneit Geiger.-deceased: t'alao Jlruev'1Dt -.oem.&e hive beoD pe.*. .,.*,D'17 oared or. 9reiVAAaRnoa tax $125. ""A. L BRADDOu j W .taQ.tumtehed. -- .
'. .r nDJ. ; (of A'jirepcf' ,- -.11'1 / and, oucbers Ii Al4 4dmhllltr&t t.--oAU 8rIoQ bTtk8I1ss pi 7901 most valuable medicine'eall sd t&t: .:.. .and ex off Tax 'flecto 'j ."' u'T':.t'lan&Ina.e fJ"I' !
ciotberwit1 the 4r ule baYbirQIlI.tnd aatnlt the"eI&&W WdlanlLoxeoustafUr suffering for .
.ruit&kdf ; | t '*- ( T 5' ; .di.t.'OUtle'"I mort.thao It noIY27.t4s. I ri .
; JlA&tpern a 4p Iy i ; i months,with tuat \ A.U ...
'YJACOB'GEtGtR distressing disease. .! -
Z..fo 1'einb 'IJ ifereoJ A takf pies r- r J 1icI
tbe .. ; work '
I E.FI"- M' 2It. :: .
i "
l sure "
Umself .t.6tn. .it Iflreeolflmendlugyour "
at J. -
Jacksonville. ,
-.y.-.k..v I mort !
11. -
.. .zno
= k. t4J undcrtikasll cWws -! e4f.odo- tt work1n.tlic4, nassau .J'., '",-:;.+-11. .' A .."'i.s .1\ir'\t" '' ".tt' l *'VUr11. 'Ouce. il J t4' hopest t 03
r" i& .
"ht kind oevevthat nay require I tJao cr4 usIssAgeajtthal1O6. U tii(,.v"n**n..Mopajn!and MannracIurlnt ; U. ,".'.; ,0 -tJ.--Not1ce.- ...t. ; -. :,. ...' .1 fr'tj: BBI WUJJV<, ', KHV..l. Ah.JP" having'claiin o? demapdi '
; -
"t.J" "
. '. hu anew propcss of.RIFLElNG..wJ:1ich lsrsu. 5. /FLEMING*- ,t... .;i '.t HiS3fDR Mtf1' :j\f.i. :1 f WAtdftNSON... tbitote-btWimam-8eoH1ats. f iiQ ti t. 1,2P :le5 1; '

"ran&euju aU ntii*.giren to the proper J ttle- passes,the,.usual (method.;; 'Tboso'14hing :;can Black.Creek would lafima;th*eltiien*,of I'' ., orm'rlt'of.J&GboQri1Ie; G COJuaibIa4uutyisd.eeUed. inerre 'e4 : ''' --tJ ._ .Iw."_ ,.r ,
iMptrfftajuiennMters'accounts; ban them mada to Border.- .'AH MachInery .and Boddingtott has :and-TiolBity'tba*!'Cap*. ::1, ,' ';n ;(" txf1.ro': "'J .J wrrwu4.fU.'I ;"uv-taaelT)<1M4l.VK4tO.-tWtf !.-"1'J .f 1if'W.' .t

vw a4erst.,jutd regulaUdby theaaeuntcW Goncmithing entrusted to hisr care,will-receive th*sale .f fal* house consented to'act a*bit Arent'la' f '--' I #. 01f.U. t. 8 yanj tb".AIJl..WJ)1.4nd', ix.- '.'VUlSeblcrtbell-oriB; Iaks'e
and lot "
SN.&a4 the extent of orrices '. attention.. tit and 1ft the CIOl1..oa I --.1S1r, ODe B IOU ti deDWto.catd eitate'an roired t : ":
prompt hopes by o ow application of account individual indebpcctfully We of loV Lo to1ii'h..eo. r < nkki ";& ..: Itooms shillbO4UhsTablsebaU
AD eonnm a tus,t. .inwer,Insertion, my is't to business to merit a share of public patronage. ; $& him inn I J 1tteJ. n.ofmyman of alone.t&DdiD tmmedJate.P''tJ1i..t.M.t_ .,,. 4II .IH"'i.W. be in.ebteit;;=tv
fiiai -
rr1 t ." f-tl. J toonrillvNoTVlS,185Ltf.. . ment. .ttqu.ltt4.to an'inratdiat* IttU', .: obltluU & :_" m Its wmpi and e,g r-, -..W.- SCOn'T' and 'every attention jiald "to.: Uie omfid.

.'AlzltUU"1iba.'_.' 11'AJi" this Iffl&o7er' |*1| othir m.dleiif j bad faUed :Zjewnawflh.5 .Nov Adual btr 'tor.J. health or lalt Jlatroal .) -0 ft. 3M'H.. .
..V 15b,185-7i '
;. I '.". Ii' Iii :" f f .. ,J&cksqisvlue-Nov., 186,5-
S ., '. J -