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 15, 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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Tbs St&tement .01 e,ompt a to d4eb nepl S 5 .. ,'From the'Ch.r9k .tountyyreJearn that 1.er'_' 3 t$1 F. ".it.Att4. : .
WottheStze Ot..FJ iida. ortheyea1851' Editor of.the Norfolk; rgt4correcting Rev- ;KossuthJwas. iatrodaced to' the President the Nationol Council of the nation have aplEinted' i I! '::1b S C'on fi i .5 PJK1" .rlt: by" ,,theto'reHBpenrB6oks "< ::2; GEANDRO N

gives era! statements'in that paper relative 'the by 31r/\Vebster; ,; on''Wednesday the '31st. Joli-3loi ;' Joseph yaw Tbbst I Charterbave? <_&1tdXnnouuced'toThe, pub'L' JJlOBEJlrLYOXq q ,.1..J.' I :
.blisbec11D the papers object of thos w1i 'i wtroduced'wil favored There.were present the'Secreta'1.bf the Na- *Dp>vnragjaMftfames; XeU/as :J ic'thCi1nt! cyon ofbn Su@trlptionr -' -, t. ,. .'t''.' 5!' ._. ;,;; ,.
the lo00winr tb gross amounts' of reYDae'trom Yyand.Postmaster General,/cesules General delegates.t ingtajcjt ", ,;1':. : 'J at 1r e, ': 'the'"ecohd "' -" _.< .-.A...
the Ons'i 2horegoiDg Arewa
each 'countr.' : compromise Ihejem6craticcau.cn t- .Shields, Mr. Seward and others.: .After,a The Rational,C .ucl aabeenadjourned Monday;it MonttcellpWihethrrd. Monday, the.B oF1At. n r'm' *meQt'presei2 <
; *. tor Btatedlhat brief pause'M.Kossulh addressed the PresIdent and at 'Madisbh oh'tbe5 fourth' 'i cij. ,
Esc b .' $55,41' ; TJheje the.object until Octobers' ?, j : Saturday in. 30tb ''' 'mss1ai '
Rosa E1882l of,thV'resolntkmTiras intended,cto affect the' in the following terms't ,.
Walton san '. .339:60IIo1me Southern rights Democrats,' to :compel them 'Enlightened by the -spirit of yoarleonn ral Waddy Thompsdnt*nd*Arnold'Harri,j tie and i GnltRail Road otFlorida.a But the ip i eia' et i:ith:' :)eaftt J.
try's institutions, when we succeeded to consolidate out of,the pndersignedjiope.they/ .not be deemed
emigranrthpitawas may .
; passed
152'69'Vuhington "ibj themselves '&; lr: denies '' by t of.tbi Board, and,furtfet'thf the. _
'. ." 540 66' ; stultify ; ,> :Bayly our" natural and historical State's the National Cotrncil,on,the'.27th:'alU providing -, trsiYe.pr mprtunatelyi.bthe11ow eitt aooerg'be'requested"to :its
procure .
11; this-say*the .resolution was designedto right self-government! by placing' upon for,a: committee of two,lD.-connection Zeus.in;calling their attention in'a more hv tidn in lbe in
3,571 :
kon1'S the broad foundation Democratic [ireBsiye manner to'this and inter": ; : ,newspapers. printed !
;. 472.14 "place the stamp ot disapprobtion.vponaliattemptsto liberty: with, the principal Cbiefo-tnak' the settlement important,- -*- .. Bee. :: ,
Calboun "Inspired by.your; history when we ,bad with saurgentlemen -* .esting8ubjeci'r" ; 1 "" I
Franklin, :- -' 6,824 28 re-opthc elaveigitation". to fight for.inde ndence. annihilation The. cbnstruetipn*bduii1load'iiaot 11 ,:B1iOwNPr; .tr:1'1"u,1f.
against. -, The Advocate givesAthe following item of .,... '4 nly Ez'J
Gadsde 6,424'Z6Ieon -and it follows ? ;"' JOHN BEARD,
quotes as : essentl&I
; centralized l absolutism
by : ;n ces8ary for .
news., ; .II1't
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: 9,644 8J ? f.tioridL W B..H '
'. "RexJved by democratic members.of the "Consoled by your, 'people' sympathy 'Quite a fete came offUn this place bnToes-- the:.prosperity; ,,The advice.nen Jr. D."I.rz-uJfi- .J
Waknl1a .2,270 90 Howe Representatives of the thirtYlecmdC01 when victim of Russian interference with daylast. A' jumping" 'match between the \of the'aghe5piritToTenterprize and ps.i WALKe '. .,' : c'

.- 5,02398. That the series of acts passed'during the laws of nature, and of nature's God:, Hon.Gen. Waddy,Thompson, of South Carolina ImnroYemeot.eTeJT' -" where;abroadi andxmrgeographical 'ThiTwL.adtri '.f
Madison, 3a090 .5g the first session'of >; "Protected in exile the Government of poshion( all combine '-- '' S
the 31st Congress,' by ,. ,and.biaExceUenc1John Boss Principal tojircmptus < While kossuth'ufreciBiving i i the 'i,
Hamilton .. 853 89 known as the Compromise; are regarded as the United States supporting the Sultan of Chief,of theCberokee nation. .The Principal to''this important undertaking.Georgia, ., tie' admiration and awirtanctL.tA'\
Columbia, 1,477 69 final his noble resolution to'' andrAjabama.ith'mkii, .. ,. TP iIeeneGiiw'utauRAftdI ,_ann..jf sympathy
a and Turkey undergothe .
adjustment; a permancnt.sett1e. .Chief.had'the better of the contest.by. '"j '- -- --'----- the people! of England and
Alathua ." ". 2l7228Dnyal : meat of{he (questions therein embraced and very danger of'a'war, rather than leave'unprotected afewincheaZ! '. *' ** ener ,:..coltivatibg theiiir natural resout- the other leader of the AmencaTGofxirf<_.
great Hungarian
': .;, '. 2,3783N&uan .976 79..5t. should bCmamta.i d and executed- as' -u, h.1 the rights of humanity againstRussoAnstriandespotisin The same paper says:"- .T s remote'ut mlties of their ;the and Jmoat derKring of IndtfieiMienc Gen. Bayly further : : jCreekj Indian;.who'was charged with territory notonoa existence
says: KlangenfnrthVin Car-
Johns: :. ,'.... 1,523 '93 "The opposition to the'resolution in the /'Restored by.the United Stalest 0 life, because killing a Mrs.Ratlifr and, a negro woman, advanlagesjwhtch: ;;in :like :1n'ner.. laths a chymncb resorted to by pensioned
30. 14 .
PltDam by .. Wt
.corresponding"enterprise. .
restored/ freedom and freedomto njoy ,
caucus growing' out of the character of-' it, by some time since, near Fort Gibson was .ar will ; officer* of'the Austrian ;anny There -to t
Ora.nge, ; i..' 3,849 87 was made by,the freesoilers. Preston King activity in behalf of those duties which.by' rested and given to the sheriff Illinois district : n Cent r, into an.' Qnnecessary.'discnsfsion : live with his' family.cooMrting of his wife/1
to' illustrate
253 86. : "and .
St.Lncie :. 'many ..important'advantage's
Marion 1,982 08: spoke against It. Most of the southern'members my nation's' unanimous'.confidence anJ and was awaiting his trial at ,the court which will.Result from the'cov.strflction single child. now but three' month old-. .'
., present were in favor of it; and those IIOverelgn wi"d voloved npoo'me: house near the' Military road' leading from thiJt afThey womanrvant, and a soldier, who was h.'(
LeT,1 : -. 35301flernando 54'HiIlsboroogh who opposed it did it 'upon the ground,'not "Raised 'in: the eyes of many.oppressed this place to Fort 'Gibson on the' 'Illinois ri or MuAt'b&ap.parehttoanyone' ; attendant thiongh the ,wat. Htf,wes Ktnf

.. 541 507 'iJlonrOe that it was wrong in itself, but that it was nations to, the standing of a harbinger of ver. He was taken on Saturday:'last from this 'a 1D essaiy discussion;Bit while to 6ro"ve we avoid thai society, hardly a family (fiecity hviag-

.- out of place in a Congressional caucus, and hope, because the star-spangled banner was the sheriffby a mob of men with blackened which will; sought' his acqu intance.- He'ha*,.but our>
already endeavor
; 2,3C9 56 seen casting protection around me, announcing faces and killed admitted we intimate friend
and that is'
properly belonged to a national'convention.The uponthe spot He was na EnglinhmaK
to that this is
friends of the resolution thought other to the world that there i ia a nation, alike shot three times and,stabbed in several pla an entefprize His time 'is passed in 'studying- tbtafaKf
$61,551 65 powerful as free, ready to protect the lawsof own. ability to 'accomplish, requiring and -
-. wise. A national convention can exerciseno ces. So the matter ended. physics, and his chief am08CIDeDf..
only of.action
legislative .' If the fugitive-slave nations, even in distant parts of the earth our.unity -our determination. lecturing upon physical chemistry,a few J.-

Net Rev proper for 1851, $55,705 70 bill is to be repealed powers., it must% done by and in the person of a poor exile : -, ,JSI. E. Conference to and succeed. -And we' invoke,'most ardently persons. Of ,money be has plenty/froo
the aid
do. License Tax 40. do. 4,764 83 Congress. And we thought it peculiarly "Cheered by your people's sympathy; so The Annual Meeting of the Geargia'Conference zealously for its and.support of .every the Austrian Government receives a year."

do. .Anction Tax do. do. 1,081 12r proper that those alone who could act upon as freemen cheer not- a man whatever, but a'' of the Methodist Episcopal Church citizen which eu cessfuFaccomplishment-a Iy pew on.of 3000 florin; and from that oft
principle : took in Griffin uccess .will multiply album! resonres Russia he has received
the matter should declare their purposes in place commencing on' Wed- add thousands 6O00O'siler rabletW
and of
,, $61,551 65 respect to it. In a caucus there would be I "I now bow before you, sir, in the proud nesday the 24th ult. Upwards of one hun population millions tens ,thousands and to our He is very rarely seen in public bat.*

The Comptroller also gives a statement of reporters- ,and in consequence; of that and j position of your great nation's guest, gener- dred preachers were in attendance, with a a high';place to our wealth sister States gives of month his wife prevails on'.him to.take, > ;
ously welcomed By a resolution of the Con- large sprinkling of the Rew among our walk for the sake of his but in
balances due sundry Tax Collectors the press of time there would be but little laity. Bishop -Republic.. We it to health getKU; "
'by owe to-tourselves
debate,'and what there was would be.harm. gress of-the United Slates, 'with equal gen- Andrew;presided over'the deliberations of and 'our era! he avoids appearing abroad. The codM
Sheriffs] &c., being unpaid on the day fixed and executed Ex posterity, to country, to direct our him
less. We knew that.the ''passage of the erosity approved by your thebody. test energies the of this mon people regard with aversion,71
by'law, the 4th Monday in November, and resolution in caucus would prevent the introduction cellency. The Annual Missionary meeting and col. completion great The contrast -the I present .condition of a.

therefore not included in the table. Since of the subject into Congress, "I beg leave to expressmy fervent thanks, lection took place on Sunday 'night 'last, nterprize." v these ,two leaders of,Hungary.is DO greater
where we anticipated much debate and we in my name, and in the name of my associates when the .collection amounted to upwards By the 7th sectioaof the'cbarter it' is than the 'contrast in their;: characters atd.:
that time, however, much of the amount has knew its failure in caucus 'would ;cause it who, after having shared my misfortunes of a thousand Jo liars.: The'conference ad- provided that'this Road.through our State) conduct. Each is endowed 'with eminent.

been pain in. The Comptroller says that to be introduced into the two.Houses. Be- I have now the reward to share the journed on Wednesday morning.From may be divided into two or more sections abilities, and each bad opportunities celdonf *

various,reasons are assigned for the delinquencies siJjs it was known that considerable !i honor and the benefit which the great Republic and may be taken'by'two or more.compa- allotted to men.; Kossuth was' faithful 1tJj

some which would probably induce number of members of Congress, claimingto I of .the United States was pleased to .[ the N. Picayune, 26th, inst.] nies,.with capitals proportion to the estimated his country and to liberty; Gorgey betrayed
be democrats bad been elected under bestow upon Hungary by bestowing it upon Later from the Rio Grande. cost,,or length of each section." The both. The one never fiJed so large a place t

the Legislature to remit the penally prescribed pledges to vote for the repeal ofthe fugitive- its freely-chosen chief, when he became a Fight l'Cerralvo-Retreat of Carvajal. same section of the charter:,also provides in the esteem or-the affectipn of, the eiviJ-..
by law. The most general reason victim of violence. that rsatd company or companies shall have ized world as the other i is and
slave bill&c., &c., &c.,-in other words, to persecuted despotic cJ By the arrival last evening of the schooner now despise 'r
given for failing to settle in due time is'the reopen the slavery agitation. One object Of beg leave to express my fervent thanks Corales, Capt'Porter, from ,Brazos Santiago he right to make. lateral1 or.branch roads, detested The patriot as,well.as the traUof.: ,

inconvenience of remitting funds, which the resolution was to ascertain whether in my country's name also, which, amidst we have received the first number of constructed rails 0 t.planks, to any and all baa his reward.; ,' -r ,4.-.
the Gulf the .
throws burdens officers.He they still persisted in this purpose, and,if the sorrows of its desolation, feels cheered the American Flag, a 'paper'published at points upon or waters' entering iPvvrcr. "" 1'
onerous upon the lereini or the,boundary lines of .Georgia ; r Xmmigliitl ,. ,
and looks
did exclude them from by' your country's generosity, BrownsvilUyTexas; itis dated pecember '
,to fellowship
recommends, to remedy this grievance, they with the democratic party, and free' it'of the with resolution to,the impending Iuture, because It speaks condemnatory of,the revolution{ in andAlabama., ,The, influence, of the imagination .on tbrf. ;'

that officers be allowed the animiea&and odium of their connexion wi th it.Ve could it is confident that the time draws near Northern,Mexico, denounces those'engaged I Under these several "provSions-; is nervous system.has,,on some occasions*produced *!;

per iTem as members of Assembly in attending -, not expel,them byname. We could only do when the eternal code of the law of. nations in'it, and advises all'Americans,to 'abide by' ow'proposed to receive'subscriptions: arid .eflecto bordering on a state of iasaaityjw

the seat of to settle their it by adopting a principle which would.exclude will become a reality;! the laws of their country' and take rid part ,organize a company, first, to. construct a The following',which,we copy from.an,exchange -,j

government ac- them. And, in'addition, Tarn free to President Inland i before your Excellency in the movements of Carvajal, for' whom it road- from Tallahassee'' St. 'Mary's;;6r ] ia a.case_in J9U1t"t

counts. say, that if they were willing to.mend their a living protestation against the violenc predicts a speedy! ,overthrow ,We extract some point on the:'Atlantic seaboard of Flo- "A few 'years. since Elijah..Barns/X&-T
t. ways/and abandon' future agitation of foreign interference oppressing the sovereign the following from the flag: r ida ;arid secondly as -contingent right ofuch Pennsylvania kilted' fttxattiesaakeyian)&.

*-' Foreign. the slavery question-being good democrats right Vof nations, regulate their own The steamer Camanche.:arrived' here'late company, to construct a\ branch Road field;.trithont any injtrry tbalndjimediatelyTaftez.

Three Days Later from Europe. in-other respects'I had. no. wish to exclude domestic concerns. on Monday rnight bringing accounts of the from Tallahassee''the.Georgra line on the put on his tonfs waislcoatf*

'The Royal Mail Steamer Canada reached I them. .. ,stand before :your Excellency a living recent batue'at Cerralvo between Carvajal most direct route' to Tbomasville 'It is be-. both being of one color.; He returned to hiboune *'-'

Dst centralization and Gen. Jauregui. It appears.that Gen, ieved that the length}!.t the Road from T4.1ahassee'toitsterminw'on *on his attempting tobuuooaaaa.>
Halifax from Liverpool on the 26th oil.- Spe kinjorthe'feeli g resulting from the protestation;8.fI oppress.lng '
the Atlantic he found to'his.astonishmmt that j4--
sealoard '
the State right of seU- vemment. Jaoregui, had 220.men and two peices of artillery ; : :
She experienced violent gales during the pas- composition of the caucus, and the laying May 1 allowed to Jake it for; ,"wtile the force under Carvajal; ; ,- will not exceed one', hundred and'sev- :was muck too.small., imaginatioo wa&.

cage, and. met the Asia. .outward. bound on onthe ,table, the resolution,jGenBayly tter' time thatv in landing arguryof on-the amounted to 350 men,-without cannon.' Car-! enty-b-mileS oref",one of1he best and I now wrought to"-a,high pitch* and be UH.?
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the.17th. ". ** .:' wrItes-" "\-t. -;', "' .'""-- '. J happy. :'s1 re-* oT ibis glorious ',republiC Judsaryed.4.f a ui- most favotabieiocatinnaTiort1ie' distance to i f stantly conceived the idea that be bad bee A.

grea.ti1.jigita. a. I landed in .a free and powerful country, ce.ededjn driving him from his i position,cap. b letoimd. ih, any, .part of- ihcr... ,SoothemV-coutfi. bitttn,imperceptibly brtht'JQtijnf.ti.
TLe'Earopean capitals are "The nexfdayiUvasproposed to run meagainsVhewiensnomiuee whose honored Chief Magistrate,proclaims luring much, ofthe, ammunition and many tri. ,l' -, thus swoDen:,from: itsjpoison; : >._!. t

ted on'account of events in France,"and"an and it was'then, to the world that this country cannot remain horses,' saddles, wagons and small arms be jiaidofLth1senierprze' a bill 5-is.; now suddenly very.fl and took to his bed,: 'The

outbreak threatened iaGermanyand Italy;' and it still is* believed that the.movement' indifferent when the:strong arm of aforeign longing Janregui'A camp; but from someunaccountable tendmg'in Congress,providing for a grant family, In great alarm and,eDufasion<'*tua*;&
: > would have been-'i c. X.. 'dis failed in the ofe alternate section for 'ten'miles monad three physicians,and the usual reme -
Numbers'of them a # rty-'had been *' is invoked,to stifle public sentiment, -cause, securing very on ;
.: .
couraged and prevented it. .. took shelter eich"'side.otth Road'where is dies .ere prescribed and administered -Tbe.-t,
Gen. in the land
of large Jauregui a
arrested I and.repr the spirit. freedom jn any guns. yetvacant
in and .
France bad fled the 'to Col
It gave,me great pain vbte'against ,1. S large stone house near the edge of the town. and where LaS bee.-apptOriaied patient, however, grew;,worse everyminute*J
country Several, legions of the- national !I Boyd. ,'I had: been intimate with. hun' since 'I: thank God that"be deemed me not 'unworthy with' his cannon. There he held :.them at for a"graht'of an'equal quantity, to be.located until at Jength.his son came home with bW&

guard'had heeD charged with disaffection to; my first e' tr nceinto Congress. We agreed : to";act and to"suffer'( r my father- bay for two.ays,'using'small stones,instead ;'elsewherelvVhen.: we..'e xIsIderi.: the fatherYs waistcoat' dangling about hjmb

the PitsI3 it, and been"d'sarm &:"Thevotof precisely and:exactly in.our indeed votes'upon' have the Jand., '- of shot, with his large 'guns.; At this 1-juncture great and immediate interest the Government .mystery was, instantly unfolded acd'Uuc: J

**f compromise measureS we I thank God that the fate of Carvajal received...information ,,0 the or the:Unite! StateS,has in 'construction patient g relieved from his imaginary'-
the army, as far as heard from, is 65,000in upon most other, questions.: 'Tbe.'act that : my country near approach a large detachment of Gen. otthis'Roadbotlifor: military and commer- apprehension, dismissed his physicians and,
became connected with .the ,
favor,of and .3,500 against Napoleon.M. the. Ra.ntouls'and Preston Kings bad voted so intimately- was restored to health.", 'J
fate of liberty and independence of natio s Uraga's force, and he at.once broke up and cialpurposes'al well as for, the Iransportaion -' <
Thiers i has again been arrested and sentfrontier. for. him in caucus against Mr. Disney did in '''as commenced a precipitate retreat. We are inform ti of the mailS. rota the Atlantic to] the **
Europe, formerly was intimately Th'e' 'who jeldtr
not impair,my cofidence in him. They,had u tess'uembinill
that bis forces became much liilf! and Pacific we cannot doubt that
Total : scatter. ports
I '
number ofarreVts'Vp Connected'with of Christendom.:
their views and he'was .the'security York'some 'months ago' for ;and
: to out; Hungary
own carry:
this will-be made aCres
ed in their stampede but the.,most of them grant -giving 6,400
to the 11th nIt. 1.800 in Paris not responsible for their course. .1: Besides, I thank God that my country's unmeritedwoe 'fot of BriI'RoatwhIch :who bad,been arrested by the Austrian aa*"
of land
with.thei leader, reached.Guerrero and immediately evryi'mile ; '
de Chambord knew Refusal to. vote. for Colonel Boyd and my personal sufferings became an horitiesjiinow vTsiting with her parents atTeuie
alone4 Compte (Henry V.) my of crossed over the Rio Grande, h 5puttingtbrtTher' at the minimum price of one dollar'and a ,,
manifestation the
would expose :conduct to misconstruc opportunity to seek a war., Immediately pa'berl arrest, thd_
.fund of
bad sought interview with Prince Swuart- between them and bari .' qurnteperacrewillproduce i a
tion. '.But all this'only, made my.vote the spirit and principles of your republic., mile of American' Charge d'Afiairs Vienna, Mr. .
thus driven outofMexican '8,000fotthconstmuctzon'of
genberg at Vienna, but was told that Napoleon of May''God the 'Almighty bless yon with'along Theya.re temtol every McCurdy juliet bebalfj"and; h4*
the < ,
more empbatic"jn'ieprobat n composition and have found a refuge on American load- -a; mlm: which, it! is' confidently be- eibede ._" ;
must receive the countenance of all of the caucus. 'I was determined.to life that you'my long enjoy the .bap-: : ,\ will be .quite sufficient reimburse was at once_l '. ;' .,.'1
ou-- t ieyed < --
monarchical cabinets.: Seventythree.news manifest my disapprobation the admissionof piness:see-your country great gloriousand 1i p.- i K- -battle be-'State 'and theihdrvidaal 'stockholders '
agrecthat"the'late at
accounts '
in free. the, 'cort-r-etone 01 international : l Rixlcids is f tit SJUJDWICH IsiaKW.Polyuesiani .-!
into democratic 'caucus
have already been suppressed, in free-soiers a : Cerralvo was aTvery-severe one j' that Gen.Jauregui's '.- forev expenditure in7 the 'construction. :, **
papers the most! pointed manne.r, and 'in' viewthat' justice,and the'column of freedom pn earth. ; pNO!: !. 4,:says: '
my the -* *- *'
med and equipment of Road \ t tAn *
with much deter.
Fiance t An order has been issued for the mannerwas' by! oting'agairlSt' the as it is already an:asylum to the oppressed. iongbt "as i I fit is being made'at Hoholutatp es"ttablish

immediate',execution.of all persons. taken forth nominee, although at, the sacrifice made. .:1 Sir, I pledge to your country the" everlasting minatJon 1 and yalor as; could be expected : As tn4 i most' 'economical, the most efilcient, an Episcopal Church Thtre'i.* .too :
from people, fighting for their, homes .
.commission of murder or pillage. voted for Colonel Gorman; as true'a.patriotand gratitude of Hungary." and their any honor' The' little band aiid'the most expeditious'lnoJe'or' ,constructng Driest on the..Islands'and: a .temp f ft. ,pro*(
: country's this.Road, it is proposed that.as.soon. as vision has been made which dalot .tW 5
The ad vice from state man'as(Congress contains. lThe President replied;briefly, to M. Kos. under l the -shotted s of by ,
.latest Dragradien ; rvajiI charged guus funds,maybe; procured.for the purpose, that i citizen*is to'act as lay reader .The 8e
that two thousand insurgent were marchingon .The 4rguseditor says/'a! tale,',' hangs_upon BUth's address in,substance as follows : their opponents,"with the bravery and perseverance negroes'':ehaH.be purchased by the,Company of the Church of England is to;" be read teg ia-i'

thelowpi and bad compelled the directors the vote of the Union. men in--,the House '' '' iverriCiKossuib"t: welcome characteristic! of' veterans, and ana ,, and:emptoyed! :.in this:"work. ".On this' l rIY'eT .ryPSu da,. The1.:first:meeting.
of the'postKjflice at Lock, with.one hundred < am happy, gdbd would have deserved, as would. 'the"Undersigned do'DOt doW that the : *
who their rotes for Union Democrat cause plan. /
:cast the SJ inst
; of freedom 'and it was. to baveiakenpliLce on ; :.
this land .
to ..
; ,
other public fnoelionaries to march at their you most likely have'secnred,success um of one uhdred.d'fifty thousand doljars ; r or' !
and .
bead, with'chain*'around their neck* to this the leiterreplies: J1vame pleasure to congratulate you in.upon Turkey -But their victory wiI15peadiasts ,','judiciously! : expended, '.wl l purchase ". The, "Arrests. '..of.'.the, Prencb- O' .aeraisjisciDEsT .., ... ,;
The minister of the Interior,'in his report The .tale,1 as/far as ;:1 am concerned, is yourreleaselromna l long confinement as defeat could possibly,her ,We believe negroes enough' 'complete the .whole gra- 'UOUNTIC- -" ,7 -- < '

to the ,President,state that the insurgents easily told,'and, ,there, shall be no. mystery ;and jrpursafe arrival here!, 'As an individual this abortive aod'iU-advised; 'attempt at a my- Jiug''of th 'Road through 'itS.entire length: I the London or CjiVAiekiCilorrwpondent ;
bad attacked the.pu blic forces and bad token about it:;. I,am determined to';have no affiliation ;:!sympathized ,deeply'vithyou'iny the ; ; olation'well nigh.ended. 'Unle large, ,rein, in reasona.bly'.short time and have 'every has the!folio wiV ni ,;inierestin'details MdrningChron jtlativ<:>.f

towns, &c, but bad subsequently.been Com* with free-50iliSm ,or disunionism,and nr'brave-btruggle for' independence forcements s edlly.receled: from Texas thing complete; readiness'fot the receptionof the arrest of the Generals V '" '" "t*
j>elled to yield to the energyof the authori- possible 'to.keep.it put of. democratic and. freedom;;of., ,your"native:)& iThe: nothing'cah ielp, thenu The'accounts thelronl-rVVe1: are: equallyJeonfiJeht that to-, ... :.. .x- ; f-C, VV'

:ti.v Some 2000 insurgents at Sisteron took party. ;Ifit is admitted as an.important American people cvineverbndifferInt' to from Capt. Ford were npfehcouraging to the 50,000; 'wprdef ray all expenses in supplying Among the:far iite'j.tbret'o1. g0e4IZt'I.of .

j)0ffsession ,of.the<,citadel and compelled the men!- the party will. be;defeated and. will such a- a ntesr"bi1_ (odf'Pol} y as .a nation hopes of theinvadine'forces.:: He was iLfKJlll ,he operative with>every,thing,.and,implements course.the recent arre tation* o{ the maiji J| i3

. authorities,rttHgOf and;placed, .a sn.jaliJtu.e deserve to.be defeated, in the.next presidential in this respect has..beeo.un formj'froD1.tbe leaving San Antonio fot Austin, to try what of: every kind during the pencil aecessaryAf6rrbe'fcompletion tiny leaders Jt.is profoundly.remarked

ia:.anthority, .,.: election. ? yeonfidenee'is.great''that, commencement' cLone Government; and my might beeffected irfr thaTquartet. t"We are ; of th< wOrk he character:of.lluglralediiy these, individuals trer.wi9
*** the effort,to, introduce it:will fail; but j it cannot own Tiew M.We1.Chief "Execntive Magi.utmfthisatI'on *- happy in receiving the aeirance that Capt. ,Thus a ;sun'of$2O0OO0.: .thrtefoarthsbfwWckatleast'mayJk their .various havios

Byftearriv .pf The.'Bermuda;, steamer. be defeated temporizing.; We. must : ,'fullyMd.freely expressed Lewis wfllbi'yenothing'to' dolwith.the.af" 'efmindedby the"ale ,inforw .tbat they.were prispptrsii' \:. fiA

at Hal 'r Jamuca.'d s'to the20th- -o." be Vigilant, or will creep 111ik a thief,hi' in.1n y recentmessage to Cobgfefls fairAslwe can see nothing'4eiiribly to be oftbe'negroes when: 'the .work ',,shall hive General Bedeavf : dispositida. 4
& "
been leased.o1Iude. t ed JL>.be" of a:.wiJyf scheming and '
." to which :'ybu bare: the" Road ; 'lf
sincere finishedwill
eJugt ; .effected in so hopeless n struggle we .been complete ip1.|
Tpmber.were,received,at Boston from.whichpre They are' the same; whether: speaking'toCongressberCt'or ngV,order, entered :into .argument|Lod. $ ,
:If the Free soil :element be admitted;says : lyiirnstU,wiU proceed: further.TheFlag '- ... : "- thF excepfionT'of 'the'iron; and ,the,cost pf
learn that Beriou*difierence had.taken 't6,the'-nation* of Europe:;; : announces,the retura/.of Gen., 1aiitton the trak.. '3Ve have'every reason :cussion insisting ion coumderiag i ithesinof --&i
I :
Gen.BaylyWjtjilZ I deserve'be d.fd.which'is bis ttnimpjpemneutf : of for,,arf
berestored to independence I ; arr a ,variety lights
jplace with his Excellency Sir Charles Gr y: t '\.C. Shouldlyour'cpuntry ; Harney Binggold Barracks, and says that to,believethal iron'may be'procured
not y.ry encouraging'to and freedom; I 'should'tb. nwish'youas ti1UdtI1be Bonds of the Com- his captoWminds ;Sfinaily t.
force"the liberal
.JIiS speeeh.at'die opening of the LegtslatureJbad be is' determined to;en neutrality. 'or,a aravedjiiiseIfgraiuta .
the party rfr l..1n.,connection, the greatest blessing-yon could .enJOY..a lies in'his w nteresfat'the; rate of six # "t.t
The organ !, laws w.far as p r paD y. bearing! ,.per
lren ce'.to'boih branches. order to himself of influence .
pfl avail .whaUver *
; : .. . restoration to your native)land; but : ;
'-' with Gen. B.'s expressed opinion of the cau 'The ''Columbia''Carolinian.If.: lriaPA .eatnm: _, per. anhunuIt lis,nnifonn should chance.to rposaesciribthose ; ,
CbjjJerA instead.c/.bong.on,the decline,'wasxtendiILitL should that never happen; I.ca.n oly repeatmy.wclcotnc.to4you will ; ;.
: remembered tha.i1h state '
of the cus. and'Jour companionsbereandpraythat.God'sbIessintmaY eaysrtCOunteTfeit fifty'dollar bills on.the : e un be might meet on .bi*.'TOJ. Ttot ;ai.
: ranges many part rest Bank of the State. South Carolina, payable d rlie'Cbarterwifltake.two-fifths of the the Gen. Changarnierl< A* the"omcial ',eaf .
: The .Capitol at.wasbietonvhih :wal Branch Columbia, signed R..H. stock in -this Road;henca,.th..State Vould brace of sail
the : tired:he mfthe4.up a 5pistol ,
1sWad.h wherever lot be cast" at
endangered by the late fire.in the Library of upon you. your, may' .: Goodwin President. ,' and.. J;Fisher.Cashier. pay;,180,000; ,of,.then $20pOpO.leavingA.:.but exclaimed,,"J 4 p.uI1h chief !uielijiy
$o mei i.t, ) vc and Congress,.was built at a total cost of nearly J M.Kossuth and the, President tlien'enter. are in circulation. They are clean, well executed $120,0O0to .bepide4.byibeindiyal5tockboldems. repCedj that he,saw such. was .ibe.cue.

Gaz4U4bftbe.I51b m4ia JJhta gentle two millions! dollars ($17746O0O.The ed into a,conversation in jegard; to the.pre- ':lithographic billS ADd well-Calculated -' and that he wai well aware thatOen.amaagarnici :.
wtui ai 'diedW1i'i north wing was commenced in 1793, and was aent condition: .Hunaryand the'general No note of any denomina 'ncnf..wit1 thibrief statement-this dischaiging his., cod4
d ; by
JIWI'f'Dd1e4 Voungood. half mil. beinon- :to ;! ; :d weapons,
< finished in 1800. Jt cost nearly a ,: Ins interview .
ofrope ,
politics ; issued ; the of those who badccuieio tatrf._
1'1h .' iaelJi.' tion';abpveten.dollara are byeiru 'estimate-perhaps somewhat ;iroperfect- kill a couple' ,
D .fdr The"south comrnencedinJ803 with mutual and;fiieQlii- '' -
li Wingwas ducted cordiality ( '
n. ; : i with the him. .But,be suggested tbos course", woi44scarcely'
S branchoithisbauLS nndersigned deeply impressed mag-
: and finished' in 1808 and .cost; over ()
in HoDigo ertcOiU r: : Dess -'- .' "
interest-tnvolvedv-wonld I be:"attended.with (;
S nitndeoi. *,the .ear.. ;appreciablejad ,
fa 4bot4years gag; -was a native_ $,( ; ; .Kossuth;. in a11oI'hlpeecJies just ile- uest1yandtze&oU5t7ppet4O' .tne pride, vantagesInasmuthu the .buuacws&aiitweiylders.id "
181$ and was finished,m 1827. ; it coatnear1yoneiniIJiqnof4oUara. :j.ovl:1Ltr.-In'roon lana old shell of : 1iveredinNeWYOrk n,,eply to addresses and the' olflieirfI1owcitizeos. thO P1' ..
: f publiC spirit .
of SottUx Carolini and a son :of ,Gen.Wm.yoongblood4 the patriotism, ,
.' The entire": building a,house.in Shinbone.alley:: ,'which leads out ,.he considered_the .would invoke.thtir :. L. ,_" -.2
from delegates, said/tba nn ,
-He citiZen'of'Da iThey caN OWI4.. ala.. ,u.J. an". nioIMei1 '
bad been c
half and .leet. iather'ex. J '
a and 1820 resides '
covers an acre a of Endicott.street there ,or resolution of wCIcOmCto.th'Vi would .awaken h" n
Conzressional aid and, assistance-they ,the. -JNtuDaIe.t'tSU wou as-ybe4ial
.1M countyi j tm*; for ome''time-' past. of ground.. The lengtiv of front is. 353T Ir3 ists, a'womaniemed.CatherifleShea14! with I an'important political ineanmr, because anamendment them to a.senseTol| their,own pecuniary in- p't; and. dishonorIe e.t 18Y

.and tite4'tiini. fay'M Vereaf, 'present feet j, "deptbof g, 1211-2 j'east; projection three children, who '&e entirely destitute of -'whTehiwas,ofleredt thereto,>*oe? ie sand'the interest and reputatiortbt our r ,,heY--AN'umeots" n' _1..Jot"wel. -.., -

'a,1,:, Btyf4iHB' -ppi,. Altbonghato. and, stpps J depth, 65ij vest projection. and food and clotbing'and,have nothing but the daring it-to-bae jw.pqliliol i meanipg,.,was state and asi f them to anile heart and ban J, b bur Oaib1. Ch1arnIerWb" .. r.

J'4 : rte;depth,'83;;ibeigbtof wingstq :top.of. bare; floor, |o:.sleep onywith.two,".wor1LOut' '- rejected. F.+a,, ."' "- ".. .u. _. t1.,k, for0 the accomplishment and success of,this upoalas1iwa;bpmstclsand.bi ": ''.
m-i tie.kaily.at whoi.u.fldJie aeJlOm he i. to of centre dome, for th :Ano therwoman'nam f.
t balttstrade,70 "height top palm leaf.its covering' : Vlc.c.6i cf; most;important'enterprize.Already enter- pon.Noso sprnwdh. 1IMI'. .
awTS'Democratelbf .
Tcceived every at- }45 1'Senate Chamber,length, 74 feet,height id'EllzabethNelsonhavingfour .Washington:.epanty,, priz1ug-d opulent-capitalist: abroad ". -CavaignacvtI UG \pn t
tr tftft that kindaess. could tow 42.; .Jlepresentatiresr, Av,!kojctK'M'M children. ;14 'abb a' 1ena lt'of'lbe; same ; '., pesed ; rog our}local adrafttagea,'havi"applieil to which be bad lately J been w rw>

+tlm i_> .1_i_L.'I": !.' ; .. height. 60;' height-of ..central;"Rotunda,96. tOOth,'andln nearly as destitute:.circumstatfces :' Tenne tell.i ;.. ,|.S iiJ;1,$,,)Eer the Government b the.Uaited State*':for-a I ably.softaned bisieroicpu3 t iNiilRvl t

-' "' ;:Th Morri own Jerteyma* says" twenty.rtm The gronnd of .tb>jpitdl>BAniie. 2 J4E -RS. Mr&5-- .'Sbean.Bo5 .. .. ,. ". 14..'- f t 'Uf: ft lu n:t-litt e1thW1iti fdti e contract lcfi.Kry.thft great GulL and:Pacific iigoi ; k'HSKir:1T3ed .
"'S } 'tof 5gMaiaaied Commodore acre,-surrounded by*fnb.tUti&1 JiOA ml* {Od'ththjSouth plintationgenerallythiongbout: Ab.W : its Mail by Ocean;Steamers, and a RailRoadacjoss that he rt

:f St ektoa for the Pmldency, and,thinks ..hiseaination t ; length'9t grbich i*; foar.fiffba.of: a ; fm,4ve1q;; fifty 1 .r.i' !Pr' eenrthee1rCsOn -*the atcofondaISnth&i4iifliimc1i : ("Ceit". :__..."

,4thneeofirob&g &... (it far. .u 'Vi' .It _. .. "eUkfedwcfLcl0thnd may.beiaeen: !*n4velL, .boased, choce'among!th spoken-pLI1iPeX ge4eflqitb : ruclbIII jlf e mne q .9IIU !, fi' "Twi. 1

beJMfltbLoteaCaM: _. ,: ':bn i''W1'bnst d't igeraby 'fur.- wbialiuggiflg30UY' ::1O..pf, Africa pesiocratic !It,1S.frci9 declarea prefet.. thettt>eat!, thoronghfart'thes* nad94 -e-'I{, ., ,_,,to.- ". Ii'ItJ

eOar. / wboia'pocket-change.wouId'gteatJreheyanyoI4b&poor Preitdencyt ; n'.f?Pil1o'w,'ofTe highway of tb&SoathoucCet t : ..that_ ,
draw oo jItO1 G :.Gid r.
exchange endeavoring to 1
be f '
state Jbat proposition 6c rMaj.ii
., ofBo Direct oaV tf of jar.accofflt .
loot. exdaiBedIeaali '* '" "< :* : ;. ? aeitittte women | ex e'fPr }of the --Jet m*( --Be giea. J.q I.t. .
o for d. tor.tb
angiaSeUJieutenantG; 5ti '
-" 3 bever geflbem'oD'fi zflntl1-I. too.y'. A collection'shoold. ,b made LorththSotah4m'Pafrioti Pl i.m i. l.JS1.. t ,. "" -" ," ..' (w.. ...
I be. YJTe4-.a .. , :
wi 11 ; "I.- ; }i-f ,
: J thca '*1'' "' ; ,J '.A W F : r \I1J.4t MuF iit\1 g-..
.r ,t..ItII18D. "0 f. .r. wear P
:. ',.."-.1."- :- .; "r'" )J". 'I ..1.4mSt.S q .., _:;;:: -. '... S 4 '4! 5-, b '-S'f i-" .-a 11 -.' i.: 1 'd it.,- ',." 'If ."'.,; ""'i".<-""ill 8 t'; ,-. g <' i 1jt fiit'' 'b''jf.m

- __h-J_ .a.to". J., __ .
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e' himself, he meTe t law of nations worse than, doubtful: The! / .npoa the part of the, people/! .)im wishing 'to'quit bi f'fr"'of t tioaf 'on' 'tnelCbesapeake' Bajr.'.".He took

through hia toilette duties with the most per sooner this bonntryshakes offnfie Mosqui- 1IUB RIPHUCAL, [ lo: in undertaking ihe'road j bat .contractor( has. ; t of. command of a government transport ia Flo,
feet composure and completely** M then, tian 'connexion the better it;willbe :for, its : d the 'After writing the'above, we bare favored rida'at the opening of the Indian war' _
| .
Instating himsell With a bow.to the officer reputa on '\ .r : \4> *'f :' they upbn> fhe.flt I with farther-Indian miners'; ,brought :The pnbbc :trill particularly regret thf

Politely declared himself v tos ordres. It is, As to th' firing i the; American steamer ;: *. !by {'he, ; : io lateral'! .w : by' 'the :retumhlgf"eOn es lose loss of CaptMcNelty, who was' : noted fur
t trust not below the"dignity of history" for whichMr.'WebeterhasinBtructedthe : \Thursday,''January- -"15,''.1852." : bt ;to\ f't e wni&T % .oftbt nothing te companyof his generosity of' character and popularity ta
io add that 'Gen Cavaignae forthwith addressed American ambassador in this counlry' to.de t* and 1,- road to J Georgia** :;,as a surveyors report only, that few inhabitants a commander J and they 'will deeply synW .

a lettet to the young ladytbom be mand explanation or redress it would be unfair Public Meeting, : the nc ,only ,appropri. living near the line expressed apprehensions thise for a numerous family which be leave*
.'* % onll'.1D have erooused.In which i to an ngltshofficerto condemn him before jj.frhereas of Indian difficulties,which induced I ia Savannah ---' ,n
lie 'chivalrously declared that he conceived ; he haa-had an opportunity'.to tell his A'm ting of thecitiztns of Jacksonvillewas to !lateral roads:,'"'The aid of- the State them to refrain from surveying there'for the We learn that everymedical and homant -

hatlbe"eventl which had occurred had en own story1 m hw own way. : But the transaction ,held, in pursuance! 0('brie notice, at rnainf road ,iV:.conditioned :upon' tb present:'their apprehensions ar'no. doabt a attendance -bestowed, fcpon> the A"iYiar-r

tirely deprived him of any right to Consider, ,'so ,fur,as'at' present known, has, .it the Court.House;; oa'Mondayeveaingiasto on of the,two millions to the'whole groundless as the merest fiction. Tere.ba sufferers lying at Hamilton. .
her made with a free must be confessed look. '' -, been as usual some resolution spine of So sad a catastrophe it has not before
by. ugly
bpupd engagements give pubiiifeelingnraid
some'expression .' It strikes that to enlist the: co-
of na ;
k the counties in the State, about'eending been onr lot to record as .in
occurring viTeinity
man' and be formally'relcased her from any .We will not believe that.be really intended the ow
such tie&' If I may state this, I, must claim tb hit the steamer: but even the show of to"ibgr t'camit: bi'li hap- n of the whole- Easternand Middle< Indians off;rand some tlk.of the gnm- ; its j recoeetion"wi' Ion{ remaio.1o'
insult( : fate i the ffo 'should be ment's removing them.' is, cast a gloom upon the_communities that arer:
leave to add, for the admiration of.'all who violence was an to the American flag. peneii'our'vJcn1ty I'of, Stte, every
can appreciate' htgbmindednes, that the lady We liave'o"do bt the story may be found tf 1 l long and favorably bow to our' tzat d'Cvcnfie inajn-briCch .to' 'Tat. awake rumor.: Bnt.wby: fearl the-There are pamfnlljrJnterested: injthe calamity,j .lfrr,,

promptly. and giaceTully' replied that:so susceptible of satisfactory explanation.. At community'Capt.'P. McNiiTT.Col. -leaving lateraL roads.as.an ,after plenty nndibe.of countryisfuIl-Dow.of government troops o a frontier ,THREE DAYS.LATER.FROM EUROPE r'
far trom ''considering the event in question: all events, we hope:that the communications ..J. SANDERSON' ,called to'the "
l. was; n,.when the main stem is wholly ulation.-QcalajConienatWi Jan.'7.TERRIBLEbisA1ER. Arrtrat'of the Caml rl; '/ ; --'
released her from a tie in which between andthat'olWuhington ,
as the having look so much pride It had, if possible, on this government, subject will be .concocted in Chair i and C. DREW appointed);Secretafy., ., To the section'of vthe main stem (.' .' i!.' :N w-Yb k,l a.7,9' PJ ILr'.-j

rendered her engagement even' more binding such a-manner as to prevent even'any.cool. The Chair stated the' bjcct of the'meeting d the,aid of,'the State could be"readi- '! Tht'.Britlah steamer .Cambria,(ka*,kmrtj,,4;

than:; before. From which little! romance letip'Io.the ness between England'and,its( most, natural _,and paid a brief tribute t the many. qualities la.proportion'to 1 its now exist ._ bringing Liverpool date* to th ,27th lilt., ,tbre Q

tl : 'very uofomantic conduct of and desirable ally. ," which,won the! warm regard of our\ coth.munityfor t to the" ,whole. 'work at;the next Explosion A ) of the steamer fflagnplia.: daj later than those brought bj.tie AUaatfaT {
C t. Chin who being 'also. captured in .Tremendon Tornado. Liverpool Cotton market taj adraijc aou
CaptMcNv. of the Legislature. The most fair and
hedvrefused! to 'get up, refused to dress himself Fourteen. killed and ttrelTe mortally eighth of a penn j. AH qu.a1iu .hare mPTY.LJ f
dressed On Tuesday,the 30th ultimo, Baton Rouge Me8 rs. MCQUEEN' McIsrosH and S.D.FitNA3DizdeIiveredi1so te course to., pursued in regard to '
or 16 allow himself to be ;wore wounded, and tit demaad was good., The,, qvotatipat <
visited rain
that,'if, taken 'at all, Re' would I*" taken'encketn$4 was by a heavy ,accompanied by ''a few remark in 'would be to commence it and For Orieans fair fire and an eighth 5J4.J lIp ?

and was, into'the' bargain, taken at' the most destructive in that vicinity wind:within that had the been memory experienced deprecation of the sad 'occlirence'wb'ich vrc'in its completion.before any frst ,Lost of all the Baggage, ituing.largl I&nIsr, [54.), Speeulaton bar,Ukea:*fl' u

his word, being' bundled! up in Kuch bedclothes of. the "oldest inhabitantIt passed a prompted'the assemblage, n., If, then,the people of t 'aritoanlscf_ : mtyFreigh.o t Bo. bales;and exporters 2,000. ) -j
readies! and in that sypthy' Tabu .t e. rot *
as came unseemly
b1 :H-rr Market.The .
lId littlejto th the.south-east of the city and 'deatdstction.anc : with the bereaved family of Middle Florida'thought prop ; /5|
guise thrust into a vehicle% conveyed Cpt.
: Hares C Cottoa-Market
active aa4
death to'all in its path. The It is our painful duty to place on record more i V
to prison. General Lamoriciere .made a determined Advocate the .a branch to.the Georgia line,:their in- hasadTaneedoneaadanalf. .., IFranee.
gives following particulars-
resistance of a n.ore uldierly kin.il, On motion of Mr McIsrosH, committee would them to contribute the# one of the, 'most frightful 'and distressing! ./' #
all, that had come to-its' knowledge':the 'a s. prompt' ,- *<$*
hut the seems to be that the I witnessed in this of '
account -
imprestiion disasters
oft which found bouse .of Mr. Briant, in' south-east of of three:.was appointed to, draft :Resolutions required for that purpose, and no ever, :" portion FrancS'eontiinei peaceful Loud pobaa'-

was"m ch.,exaggerate, and its way'into thaYiio particukr print., this city, was razed to the ground.. The residence expressive ve of,the sense of the meeting; objection could then,be'offered,to the. Southern. "waer. ,"The .detls'of. the has, bee's" elected by an immense msjorlt7er..'!-1t
of Mr.: Couisn.ard met a like fate. It event we derive from.H. L. J"England.. & 'u.
harm was done.rm'lonao Messrs. F. Livingston, S.-D.F:, the other fifth the melancholy E
randez pledged
receiving by '
V 1 passed from thence to the plantation of Dr. ton/Esq.lof: Savannah; one of the passen. Lord$ rStoD has ,resigned; uel;Gia.
Perkins laid'flat a'portion of his'extensive Queen Mcintosh, were'appointed'thecommitee in aid of, branch,roads. has been his t: ,}J.
acM appointed successor.
'.: ,Diiily r\ ".of t>ce. IS, i3&1i ." r ;. eers who escaped:unhurt,and who arrived " *- ... ',. ... il..
house and refinery, killing Mr. H. Perkins -, < '
.,,,.i The Affair' at Grrytowiu I sugar, (the brother the Dr.) and two other committee retired and afterwards. reported More Winter-Snow! in; our,town by'th :steamerWelaka"to-day. ,Later 1 y the.CaJDJI.rla..J"I'.

There i is, we Relieve no rational Englis- white men whose names we have not learned Sid the folIowin '. which< Tuesday morning last our good deni' 'The steamer Magnolia,'Capt.'McNelty, NEW You IaDo 8SJfOP !
man who has paid attention to the11In'cl'ed and ten" negroes.. The' 'race 'track of were unapi- opened their awaking eyes fall plying between,this place and Savannah Tne Aiel-of Cotton. for the week amounted:let
upon I
inps of our diplomatic agents and naval officers Messrs. Odom, & Brnntou (the Magnolia) mously adopted.: hail whicb a her last trip to the latter city, exploded her thirty-four thousand bales.- There was.. &d->
In Central America-whether on the was entirely destroyed ; scarce a'vestige re- Whereas by the late unfortunate accident and snow, soon covered bOiler yesterday afternon about o'clock, Vance of one-eighth [id.] on preriOu quota&1Ou
Pacific or Atlantic side-but feels disposed mains. Much injury was done to the plantation I to $teaer.Maglola the'community! has i a., thick, white'coating the, ground, the effect of, which was spread death and on principal qualities,below fair. -
to.blush and change the uirjcct wheneverthat of Gen. Bernard, nearly'all of his eever death of her worthy and other objects exposed to the wea destructon- und the scene/"f the' catas Consols'closed at "ninety-seven"and aCarolin balL-

country is named. A Mill. tlt-eja-r sense fences' were demolished and buildings damaged and esteemed captain, P. McNELTY; is the first have known the time of 'the accident the ,Rice sold at eighteen shillings to"Vtten
ofsrrgrtt will be awakened should anything to a considerable.extent. The loss is ResolvedThat: while we deeply sympathise .I snow'Ue had "about 40passengers on shillings and sixpence! Trade in the manor. '
occurring in that scene cf our follies he allowed !- very great, probably not less than $100,000in with all those who are called to mourn our,:abode inthis, vicinity,i and we Manolia", :her officers and crew, consist?, factoring districts was brisk. .',"*. '

to interrupt the feelings of amity this immediate vicinity.--Jv' O. Delta, over the loss of friends and relatives,* a good many of ,the oldest inhabi ingot perhaps/,18,"or 20, together! Jvilh. a --f France. ?

which prevail, and ought to prevail, between Jan. 4. _ _ feel especially prompted to express our deep stood with mouths agap at the spec few ck' passengers"and others; The fatality Louis'Napoleon elected President ten jean,
Great Britain, and the United State regret at, the untimely.death of Capt. McNELTT Old Winter has almost upon the unhappycrew : enD
: millions.
Reception of Kossutli. got us in.im. I -falen.-mainly by, a majority of. .. .
We 'wait, therefore, with considerable ? who has long been known to all of whom are fWBITTEX
anxiety.for more full and authentic information At one o'clock on the 5th, Messrs. Shields, community as*an gentlemanly officer we. by,some:means'diitnt lan a: sup' killed and mortally wounded, while not .,
respecting the npparrntly unwarrantable Seward, and Cass the committee' of the ever careful lefcent kind, generous of\oo: for the, season, \vbich, e. find more than o'ne'odo of the passengers are NEW TEAR'S BAti' "; -"'!*
and conduct of the commander Senate appointed to wait upon Louis Kos- others. Wood st their lives. We obtain the .
inexplicable and gentlemanly in bis intercourse wih case with a good many said to have The guests were gathered in the lighted hall,
of British man-of-war firing sutb and introduce him to the Senate, appeared his will be cherished i of those among the killedor
a upon ; memorj ever hard hauled following names
around but to i
varied Tear
I us, get With costumes for the New Ball
of ;
bar the with
the Senate Louis '
an ,American steamer off the harbor of at many virtues admired, and his unhappy, missing : ,
Greytown., S .. S S Koss th in uniform, followed by his suite, deeply regretted by all who knew him.: or. money., We'd make pine'nots Capt. P. McNelty-was standing on the The Prince and Peasant mated for the dance,

would be wearying the patience of our also in uniform, and, advancing up the Resolve 2d, That we sincerely logs, a, legal tender,' i(anofonr upper deck,'near' the wheel bouse, at the' And admiration shone from every .

readers to no purpose to recapitulate! all the aisleMr. ,in their sad bereavement subscribers" would prefer to settle time of the explosion ver seen since Then came'the'Night,in twintlinggeml- Arrayed* 'v.
follies and degrading negotiations in. Shields said : Mr. President, we have and tender them for their ir bk r, killed. .
costly our. sympathies The very devils about us are Tomas Cody, ep With Luna resting :her head *
way. gently r on h J
the honor to introduce Louis Kossuth to the
to'which our rulers have been led in the attempt repambleloss. mortally wounded, and dy- ."
so-called! Senate of the United States. With silent ease and grace she moved along, "
the of
to make kingdom The Senators being On motion, it wasresolved'also, that i ing.,_._ ; .-'. '.n While welcome murmurS rose from erery.tonga* "
Juit.an English colony in disguise. standing- : The zfbovc was penned.nstn'r on. 1 Pilot (colored) tinea. ,
Mr.'ChatfieUTs war with the little republic The _President pro tempore said: Louis copy of these resolutions be transmitted the 'marvellous the A negro man' standing on the upper deck ,,'
the of Kossuth,.! welcome 'you to the Senate of the of the deceased. 1ing ieen Next, Night and Srorniug blending into bn -_
of.s Salvador occupation Tiger family editor-fashion the Jay.oJ with Capt. McNelty, ha"neither seen '.'
Adapted, The Moon seemed hidingfrtheng'SaThe -'
United States. The committee will ,
Island the expedition the San Juan river, the theoccurrence. ,
;" up On motion, it was also resolved that ,
conduct to the sat which I have caused : Wje append a postscript to, say roq twilight crowned the space between1' :>
(in which Mr. Walker, the prime mover of you George McKay, of the.North, recently i in .
be for papers of this place and Savannah be requested .continued the While here-and there sOrery Star was seeat' :-
prepared you. the throughout
these absurdities accidentally drowned,) snowing employ at Mooney foundry, in thl place, i
the officer in command on the occasion being The committee then conducted MV Kos- to publish,these proceedings. forenoon, and .came:down in great killed. The smile that flitted o'er her noble brow-' ; '

rewarded with the Order of the Bath; I suth to a seat prepared for him in front of The Late ,"and there was a man. out with a horse Hugh McGuire, alsoJromthis.pJ' e,'returning ,Was" .one for which the.proudest" ,:Knighi,woul4, ,., .
the compensation of a ministerial supporterin i the Secretary's desk. And the Senate being Catastrophe Norlhwith McKay-both bow; .
Parliament, (for his losses in buying a I seated- Nev.er has an event transpired in our immediate sleigh-it's a fact.; There are hundreds 'missing:, supposed to be killed. engineers Her step was gentle as the skipping- fawn, '
borough, which a committee took out of his Mr. Mangum said : Mr. President, in order vicinity so much calculated to children,herewho, ,never saw snow, John'M.Crozier;of Portland, Me., returning That in the morning gambols. on the lawiu '

bands.) by the appointment of President at that Senators and others may bav :an the mind and awaken the ardent scores of grown-up people. One of our North from this place,.whither ,he. had '? '*l
tbe''court of Mosquitia; all these may not opportunity to pay their respects to dur il- cherubs gathered u'p an icy ball, and accompanied' an invalid brother, The Wood-Nymph with her.,wreath of wild moaj j*,
yet be forgotten. The crop of jobs which lustrous guest" I,move the Senate do now. of our nature. Never ha'D sterner dispensation also ,: deceasec-, Her fair white arms, and hair of daiiling goa7
has'sprung up in'the fertile soil of this disreputable adjourn. of Providence, been, revealed it like a coal of, fire, crying with ,2 negroes missing.i in lighters, l loading the boat with' Seemed'happier far than in her natire wild ',* '*

.connexion has 'cost John Bull apretty And the motion, was ngreed to. our midst, to remind us how fragile is Such are the .climatic etremes of the. cotton, killed\ and,..anotherdreadfullyimangled .And with'angelic smiles the time beg' '. .*'*4
Senators and"others including many ladies ,Republic." /. --, 7 :% --VU /)
penny. ;
of human life and
tenure how sudden J-
One prominent characteristic in the North then approached M. Kossutb and were __i-LUiir-_ -T-.- i-r--nrr.--1 -r-t I 2d"Steward, of the boat also. severely. The stately Nun" whoeasothire. gown and l>ood
American is,'that be 'cannot .by any'means introduced to him. This was continued- for startling the manner in which 'death RECEPTION IN' tfHE ( scalded; ." Bespoke-more than, her.- .worda. -her solemn mood

be'brought to submit to, ot affect respect for, some twenty minutes or more, when M. limes plunges his victim into eternity. HOUSE. James Mattair Mate, of, this'place, also Glanced at.the group moment aa she passed,,

''dhams'.'* The pinchbeck majesty of Mos- ,Kossuth and his company left the ball. moving house upon the waters leaves a brief-note of the proceedings of- Con severely scaldeui, and brought up in the Yet seemed not with their mirth to feel,harassed.

qnitia basin consequence, been an object of us-her Welaka. He is now !ithhis family, and is
DINNER Kossum.Welearn near officers all jo weeks sincewe stated tb tboth
moorings ;
unmitigated scorn to all Americans frequenting PRESIDENTIAL TO some doing'well.- From where the Sw, ser'.lonr'lDOv-eafpe4 -
from tli e Washington Republic that a and the spirit of hope and had committees to, hills, / "
the coast; and hence bad blood has arisen pleasure n'I appointed invii -The Pilot at the wheel escaped with his > '
between most of' them on the one side and I dinner was give_Kossutb, on Saturday ting their breather company of introduce Kossuth to .their:'Halls.: .life as if by a miracle.. Look down on oowery.vales and laughing riDs,, .

such British authorities' as'have been play'1 evening, .by which.the President of the the Unit too,tranquil in thai mpo..bCe8tln MiTonTy taken"tnis:action. ,A res '" Including those enumerated, deck hands, The ruddy,Peasant with her Ely arms* .-, .f',
in,the farce and States, at were present t firemen and others about 14 Came.laden with sweet and rare charmai
inJ apart.. the "squatters the President Governor Kossuth and lady, in confidence of safety in a new vessel n was before the House,' at that : missing, are'. beauty i
benefits It is the other. known to have been killed _,
/or'whose played; on
with Mr. and Mrs. Pulszky, Captain Mass- upon waters which the King of T.rror their not xtended"to Kos 'rineesswtth bridelike '
The dignity of these "viceroys over" the courtesy wa About ten :twelve othersj{mostly'co. The Eastern her veil" ;l
Kingof :.Mosquitia has been so offended in ingberg and'Mrs.the Massingoerg of State, of and the Mrs.suite scarce ever chosen for his encounters.Some until the 5th inst., when 'a resolution lored,'are now lying at the hospital at Hamilton Glided as soWy as a smnme '.gale; ._ ". ,

Itbe'coarSe of such broils that a'detachment of Webster Kossuth the; Secretary of' War General returning to their Northern home .by Mr. Carter was passed-yeas St. Simon's island,* many of them with A string of pearls. ,wreathed- her luxuriant" hair" ,"...'J.

of'Jamaica police has'he en placed in garrison Commoore', :Secretary and lad j; 'Hon. before them 'the visions of familiar nays 54. The minority in the House little hopes of recovery; The 'first Engineer And nought eC wanting in'perfection-' there.. .",.
and men-of-war is also there.
Stt _
at Greytown, English
of Senate Hon. LinnBoyd again to be gazed and the
have combatted
upon this time the
; Can
baTe been stationed off the harbor, to com.pelfiucy suspen Tbree-of the'negroes have since died. Circassian beauty how words express >
Yankees to perform the Kotoo before Speaker of the House Dr. of Representatives Rev. Dr.- of loved relatives soon ain to ent of the rules, t prevent the resolution The names of passengers, so far as we The lovliness that beamed.from such.a fae r:, .:-,
'these magnates, and to make them pay ; Mrs. Boyd;of the Senate Pyne Mrr them. A few such, instea of these offered. I has caused a good deal of have obtained them;are as follows: Tho flush of pleasure that suffused her cheek j, '_ ',

their harbor d.es. Thi.':\'as a movement Butler Chaplain Lennox General Cass; realizations, have len a prey to chaffering. The popular body George McKay, above'named,"'killed.- The lipS'that moved so sweetly when she spake II
jiiitty--certain at no distant date to leadto Seward, and General Shields, of the Senate destruction. : ( !-his have'followed the Hugh McGuire and Mr. Crozier, also killed. The-eyelids drooped in melting tenderness '' .
McN.T might
collisions between Americans and the exam- Those escaped are W. A. Hall and lady, of All told her heart was only formed to bI .- : "-'
English naval officers. But the mischief Committee; Mr. &mpr trench'a distinguished Minister savant words, on departing with his boat from of the Senate, and received plain "Louis New-York ; Mr: ,Hopkins. of N. y:: Wm. t.

has; been' accelerated br a'new element of on a visit of to the the Smithsonian Institution; Professor town were."I have a good boat and I without parley, as it 'was not an Bailey, l lady and child, of St. Marys a.; J. _The tall straight Indian,and his, )hardy!Chlef j

discord.'Greytown.- Henry,and Dr. Kane of the Explor.; do all I can to render accommodation'to of respect more than was due to the A. LaRoche, lady and two children, of Savannah With" sew and plumes,their knives and quiver*!.
; : (San'J Bag de Nicaragua' ) is the Mrs. Henry, public." Such his sanguine exp cter of the ; .Mrs, Cook ;,H.;. L. Eaton of Savannah sheaf's
IU uspn' the Caribbean sea of oneof the ing Expedition. were man. : Mr. Vaughn, of Amelia Island, Their glittering ti4x&etsand the 1&tbereII1IaeI-L.

mo&tfffpmising fines for a railway or ship- K..nth "Snb.Untlal Aid" ,Meetn In tions.," He> is'no'mor!-death' "has. m. F1a.-wbohaiitwo. : of his ribs broken ; J. With'wild fantastic tread joined in the dance.Jr
canal (icross1 the isthmus. It is: situated' Phelph. his; anticipations-Providence has de News copies the extract from the. Con' Vaughn, of Troy, N.:YJ, who lost'a valise '
where'the territories Costa Rica, border A Ia.rge"meeing favor.of "Kossuth and a reverse not only crushing his hopes' a1 proceedings' showing,the presen- with $600; Gen. Cooper; of Nassau co. Close!by, thewaiTing"of Scottish plaid, ",

on those claimed,by_tbe' tate of Nicaragua, Hungary71 tok place a the Cines Mus. annihilating bis- existence. The, rem of petitions of Florida claimants by our Fla.; Mr; Coy, .of 'Jacksonville. ,; a young Betrayed theesence. of a Highland .lad. j
and also by the government of his Mosqaitian um, Philadelphia, on Saturday, the ,inst'Judge man from Marionco.( Fla:;'one passengername
"Majesty. The canal orrail-road, if it Kane, of the U. S.,District,Cur presided brance of his virtues, "-the. tr of.,'his-] and thus'promptly and cred ( oknown)"who 'jumped ,overboard ',The pale Old 'eaw1tbtrsmblinglimta1

is ever formed.must ran 'through tie Costa and delivered an adre tkiog ly, and the condolence of .8 i ,does justice (the premises.: with his trunk, and safely reached the shore voice, ..

Hica 'territory, or that claimed by the'other the chair, during which avocted' in their.bereavement, "are all,that' min bes'proceedings had escaped our no with it .swimming: 'an Irish \\I lady ; .and Looked sadly on'tlieseene"tbat'onee- rejoiced .' '
iwo','jiov rs'.' English and American speculators right of the United States. to behalf of the man 'although we have been an attentive ob .one'or two, other ladief, besfdes other passengers His'youthful heart lie bid them all adlea. '
have in all these States been trying to I of .the cause of freedom and free insti mementos of the Congressional proceedings as i whose names are not furnished,us- Gazed round for the last time;and then withdrew. 1.
obtain,exclusive priwlege'of&nakntg. th tutions' in' Europe,' when assailed by the It will be seen thit'our. citizens" 'have. both in.the "Union" and .Southern numbering,the proportion above:stated.
canal or"rail way. powers of espotismand' quoted from,Vat- ready been moved:by the sad event-,to .". Had we before seen them,the tenor There were about five children altogether on But there wasone.t.mid'that brilliant throaij r-1
In Nicaragua the Americans have obtained tel, to show we had the right to interfere. expression to their regret It is 'sp gve poro'of our editorial of last week board. < Made known his entrance by a jovial song- ,;" .1 ,

'the ,'tonc. ionin; Costa Rica.tI the'Eng Judge .Kelley then read a' long and elo- neous'tribute from se ho. I cours'have been Very different. The .accident i occurred while i the Magnolia 'Danced,*ronnd the room and seemed in merriest.
lisbmel\; and in the country claimed and quent J letter fro Gov. Kossuth, expressing t ae rejoice to find that: our'representative was lying off.'St. Simon's'island, on,the ;eheert ;.>
accupied in, the. name of the King of the his! )confidence* in' the hope' that Pennsylvanians t cherish his memory not only the, V.rought ..theseclaims :before Cngre' i inland passage between 'Doboy and St .Si- Wished all happy and a bnght.New Year. "
are of course I" wodfd not remain indifferent to the qualities which in life Jhat. he 'may mon's sounds 'where she his ,
Mosquito*,Englishmen 'erous> : 'won hop" 'o .,was, stopping :to But did gaudy dress and laughing face
ibe ascendant.- While the English ipcculatoji' cUL of Hungary, and that they would carry but;for his long efforts' essae : We': sh; cheerfully. make I take in cotton. The point'was .Hamilton, ,Bespeak a heart supplied with constantpeaeel!. '!
bare been talking! the'American oat whatever, they promised, atachnent the public them on"St. i Simon's .island the -ofMr .
ftpe.cnJato'rs of'commerce on bur river. 'n to any &ton.n n ,: plantation Where were his thoughts, as with deEghUd airHe -- -
in ,
< followed
James Page a brief ites .
been liave'actualJjr speech precq under 'William '
have" Olg. They 'may ""comt our : Cooper. gated upOn the crowd assembled there t --
organized a system of transitior goods and concluded.'ofering't e _Harrubnrgresolutions 'The Central Road former WS3 intended more'as'a' .Every thing ,was lost on board the boat- :Fax 'er the wu'ea'npon his native shore,

and passengers across the isthmus; on thai ',.WJlC \ unalm9u" adopted. We to wait until of' caution .thar ,any ihing :else, and 'all/the,: baggage,:&c.,.and 'the passengersare He looked"trpon :scene two oearshm,: ,,;
are disposed '
'ana have steamers on:the San we are needed." left destitute Mr:
placed Eaton
l'OIIt : to fluid.np cautionae : ;although who '
I..nd.the lake.cf Nicaragua.Siuoe Letters from the Hon..T. S.',Bell.T.' B;' fully informed of: .tbe'plansentertaiaed. ela J -I- mm.amm m .1 1 mi I' I i- -, ,,m,- *4 I gave'efficient service.in rescuing persons and Whose very difference bore his spirit back-
WhoM sad remembrance hltn'n the iT -
: Florence, Ex-Gov.-, H. Seward,of N.1 Y., placed ne .
thiaIt en done, the, English those who have taken;the initia'tory The Indians.' what little properly'was obtained'recovered '" ?
others were read! Col. : was late at ,'and mftiittle room'
and night
councillors, who act'as 'dry-nuroes: to the Gwin three" large mail bags from the rive> which
G.A. 'remitteiLsome'"substantial' 'aid' towards constructing'1:the Florida'i I' a'nt are informed)from an authentic source A taper serred to show how deep the gloom .
King of Mosqvkia, have been, sulky-'and Central "Bowlegs",has recently visited, Tampa were,; 'iqand ;floating;> Three''smafl .bags '
and Gulf Railroad
eayare1 and doing all in their J'O\verto thwart to the cause; and Gov":(Swac' enclQs the., ". ,:before pr called the'commandant of the' were alsbcfound and saved. :It is therefore Edjlngglrlieaned! on hermofteVa breast, '
The following as a"se ; I ing any apprehension. ,to ; And vainly strove to gain little rest';' *
the'Smerican'epmpany. English government : at ,. to 'send a'fqcO't ,&ak&ordriye: ina_ hoped the contents of the I mails are mainly
has listened to the represeriliirohs" !"Cashier the Bank of Auburn, N:Y.; and the ; While doting friends stood roandher rbl their teny> .
wisely interpretation use of charter "out)ier'? who he assumes saved, as i several ;persons<:are known :.to
) of' the Cabinet at Waskington.and Paytothe'orer'of John d WAshmead'E. for it.1, ::'We have always 'though r that; of bis authority and.will.and as he have remitted moneyand drafts. and severalof She nsed her angel voice to stay their fdant>% "V

jirreed to make'Greytown a tree pol!.' But ,..KOsuth, fifty Witi.-lI,.SZWARD' "- great a jealousy of.the, interests ojh : he apprehends,do mischief and involve our,own. citizens. .had "remittedlargeamounts ; "I ahaII Dot' die, Ibe said. or l aT 11ere"" .!,
of Mosquitia have --- -*- Ill enter on !bright immortal ,,
tD /!r, genmwz afterwbic'Dr people m trouble.: _. ,, : : year. : ,
cleaded postponement of the carrying The letters were warmly applauded ; and sections matei i i1tothej.he what out,informant (who is recent. 'The'explosion in a moment' shivered .the Her spirit from its house of day was riven ,

of tbia'ariall eDf into effect until their .'United Elder read States an' address. the tbe'peQ inter-- works of ,J improvement_ which i 't Tampa) states, we are forced to the portion ot the boat forward.the shaft,"\vhicb Her eyelids closed her soul had flown to Heaven f

lease'of.:ihe iuAoms'duties shall expire; of' Government, claiming'! behalf of State has been BO long; projecting. ,that.this Chief 'much 'out of immediately went down,Jeaving, the stern The I.t.ing'mother s,.her child expire .

and'in the meantime they have been levying ttenc Hungary.;' our,: I disposition by any section to give:,.a S' in several respeCts;'and especially on out.of water, and upright(for about t 1.5 minutes Her'ih'iek'wu answered.by..golden lyre,' ,' .
their tolls with a high fcand." nt-of the,proposed.visit; ,to his people ;barely allowing time for the p.issengrens Whose soft sweet music lulled the storm to test '
Judge construction-to charter .
Several to subserve mi0
'Tle i exact ;merits of tfu ease, in which gentpmenf.nc1udag __a a Indian from the who all aft '
and e : deputation, ,expected were fortunately nearly to'effecttheir'escape'iothe Thai, raged so"wildly In her aching breast. ,
they have' bees to vigorously1, backed,by the Kelly, ;of' intervention, and resolutinng ng !:1 local purpose, orio'_
**.xpress>'are 'yetnnkhowaj hut' it >snnfoctunaiely'bat adopted aid Hungary in of di- general! fund, is equally,,.disastrous :to jl 'said t oBcer-when Soon astbeyvere'taken; -''otrthe hull turned Which'tolled the accenta of tie funeral knell I' ,-.

: 'rendered too :certain the that British a spirit officers ofnatithaltj'h plomacy were and urging t 'the, people spite ;.Uni l. interest the;public,have in extensive"' in this, 'd p tation,:"! bottom upwards,'aud'was found in:that position The'craped procession;and.the sombre,hears*; :
g:4g: nt is, understood ,by.Capt. Blahkeuship of 'the Welaka, -
instruct tbetr lgrt .
stalioa thJ&ndaxt J eat o the ted States to representatiYes.inCongreuto4join of irSprdvement.TbO'addressof_ : .the': ho.t : Whiekberetoits1atrejt1ngplaeeth.coris j -
on the lOOrOdy it,) : when that boat :
came Capt..B.'states
accompany ray .
declarationthat country up. .
: in 'a :.national Theufleycdthstitruckthoeo.nlLtA4 .
of the Mbsqoitia'n lahassee'c commissioners the;.Central n ,
tnisrepresenUtions ?
ViAoot him, aIwoWdaw&fr- when'at Frederika about 5 miles off he firstsaw
,interferes,with another ,
if one be
; called forthvfeelings which could not hldi.
icnstonvhoHse officers natoo' ( ,we have nowbdor"ls' to"i ewbat insolent language, as it flakes of the', cotton''on the ,'wl\terand '
.have inter sal appear
the all the: other a right :to, ThV e pl; Ci dren'streirmg'h p.ot"tOftra
reference to g
ITbw;without any special itto' the: 'pose to prevent such interference.. ;Commit thelrriews, ,. .as to the:commencement" of : "t be uttered to an officer of the !'gov soOn broken bales; a flagstaff pieces'of timber Uonthe iraTe anelling'ring DeV toi bears :' ,
Prometheus J
ease 1o.the, we put in reference :&c: which induced him
to1ts'contempIated pa- to think acci.
take collec ; ; an
appointed to work. ThCyintorm us that heir
were up
cominon sense:of our readers. Is h'cr dita.bIfr'areatemPiteike leer al bject: movements'andby'aiagabond'with at dent had taken, place with the Th.silent home.and e'en the e*jpty.eiaifv >
Magnolia, '
ours toi.Uo it elf in jd Hungry. < to.jeceive.subwiptibhs.rff} to. Htr coral andltiny lock
beads haIr.r
'ton 8t some i hundred ragamuffin,baker.nclent and his fearawere, confirmed on reaching thebull. .
JO beuIxed' upi such miserable IrlUtUlmlll.fl 1 :uel.s., ;oc. th.CubanPrison.ru., '. -. a-road from:a point' on the! Atlantic :t i"Tailabasseej i: _. : .10. .' This,_was la in' course,;of,,)last'night; The little' cot where lay her cherabhead. ., TB .
; -
otof ,Oreat CtY'IJan.' -" "
n stent With 'theli V : fand :to"'con8trncta 'bran ;;: : : An here'renlng onions itwd; .J"
i :The Madrid: ( .ffiC'ial), e ,recenre.y ;- : = # He: /'soOn aw lights at' the hospitalonv.the
-Bji4 "qi.i rItsTipntation'' for'Binity;. to place die steamer Africa, cknowledgeiTthe hon from Ttllabassee : : *as. Creeping Rumor.' isaM,: nd '.Sce tai d.\\the details The'mijday,dress'wnich the was wonVto.,r
i'ikl.: tuid toldieri tt the disposal,of somedo'Z cl conduct of the Federal Gonrnmenfofte "contingent t t: 'the'Geora'line They also/ ; nie weeks ago, we.-" heath'yport from of the'fearful explosionv :The' hospital presented .A11' .recalled bj scenes he witnessed tb.1tThuiiQrstho1houghUbt *Sv -
"a4uauerhokce1 iigbtl
'" tevage ,: Caban : tmpl :Jieiehborhood' 'of tbIndnstatL'tho; a borridpictur&withthS'dloQ, lesancIwounded Ded1.. '
-iJUI rJ''4iil'in' strings blood-relations-fAre!we to gb to0nr cfalde UoStt-n'Jepd tOI ,J'te pardon: grading.the, : .whole:toad. ;'Throubi )!Irf rider,from Fort Gatlin '['Tapa'bad grouned-within} its apartments.Alltbr'riceipts'fofthe -, inl' ,_ ,' ,.iI* '-4. x.v: ".,

: tico'we look f4 satisfactory result,' .! ,','t naye'every thing;inredmpleta! e -upon, and that (charged the In, ;boatvfor! the: 'down Although he teemed to career sorrow blind,
th ni; du.i. to rin T je" evtnt of quarrel 'and''H&vingobtn Sovereign,being desirous eng. ,for the reception,of tberjron'jTfee# with aylaYlng', and Wing at'hhn< ; ; .and return'trips are,said to:he lost, :: ie'r. v\ t. 'It, <'r ,
"' "I.' President of the this- came the of'tbose The'Magnolia'was "ownedmainly by J iAh I thus bi!";scene*:.mingled cfk:
dt+ *uh'a disre.j4 to'g1i respected UJi dress looks to the amount realized .; report opInIon *
wkuoaft 5tateun4hig'GoYernmentu wen : ; : had the ,right to. i; Rodmanbf- New"Y rkfand M* Av' Cohen With pt Uie'. foam;ths'drsjs at sorrow'i cap it.A .
l l' 'f rci lf t ou, -t own.,," It people of 'the Confederation;a proof:;of her. probable' grant: byCoress'O1); tenty. tiIebIeadth to"get up an...alarm: for.:>purposes l'a'a'* [ ,of 'Savannahs JShe was", valued at 'joyous fsSOft.hMUenkeNdbMrt" ,>_ ;: b
tJ'W} 11f1'-the'pW : n4 nbot it amicable intentions, has been pleased, by aspontaneous of public J lands along the tract t bestoylosinnotbing byagoor $40(000, Sbe'was brought.from New York Though, lone, endurance kelp'to bear the tmaii(<
w d .fto: TrWOt lt.f t'ftlJ'; t OpeDJf'WJ. act of Her Royal:clemency,topardon the-rnaijl, w a;means of;ineettog the n l,,as'usual,'is now beginning.to prO ', about the':1st: ,of'.fe f1lar1-0''Jasf''lear' 'a ,-' '1 'q ,'. .'./.'
I' "IIr... -"pa; tdet1esezac4 all-the prisoners ten lathe Istez. ofjils\entite constructibnj b'ut it.proposet J sensationWebeg: our. be ew'bof, and has recently peelrefitted: f.4C : Al'" .c4.. 852., ."' .",\ .

d'arGreytovrn" flot'iicoSers ; ..dn tioul peditkmBgainst Cuba whoa; ei un'c; plan fey"which, the grading of the.! .-+We'sawageStteman'froni Fort Gat. withlnew: t ,;boilers' ,*'wbicb%"* 'are'-illJnp' _,SCd- ,.10bD.vti'b ,', .t t' 1 "-i' : -- .' -"..U'
wh defective,, n' : 1'HS (uiu''
those States : have actingpost-masteratibatoffice; whoftareto lnjure'Womafl
be bad to lemhem ?
would policy ;
,U ..,> pnrate ,a JventBr.en .-arrived !in.pain to trbeT a 'penalties, be undcrthken byjH1t! subscrqionof{st k: I ; :day ,or two.agovbYsayi: itis, on a ::;:Capt.,McNelty, we' believeH'wi$>,natlrof KoSsatli/flbis'speech'totbr; i

but,:tbeyare whose title:to,:Jhem/'s in'tbeeje of the o tJ5main, cnge in-'Cuba. ,". r-' -. -' W ?Xrj 1)iJi4i tin5 ot6.r !! l: rc of the i-'rider' to: "i'i get'rid of 'situation-.:'- ; Ne\v, Jersey, and'some years::ago' ran a. ler Hall) "is,despised.I in the Eas; Lit!a dE"

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LlS'l'-OP*1 JaekBoaTflKFla, ; cJAnnary ,lA. . ',_. .' "; .. 2)J- .S -. L'SONCO:: friim C ."M "NA '" ;.U.tJl"ft erleIll "eirltl I t IJfE'f.

,STATE HOUSK OETICEB&r d.gN1BAY'. 8TB.EET-FRONTlNG J.El'> tT 2.JAc1oi'vnL ; .1.N.tE .- -
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BaId :
jLBdrewjkCo.Andrews King Mark Governor.THOMAS BROWN.v.?, ": WITII'8: BUILI ;- ""I'.j. i : st1is 'w i- y 1a1tri' WW .

Joseph Kenneday Lewi Secretary State CHARLES w bOWN mr-';' : .,"..,,J..CKJ50.70.' .' )0. .._7'rn.oa.m" ,"! ,: .._-Tl 'leaII1 :.;' "'-'< Ltpqbllo in general,;&I this H ** *Bl be aDOMBpUtedandpreparedfer ortmen of GROCEBIEaadaft -
ajbvtonNoahSAaderson S. :L Attorney General:DAVID.P. UOGUE. &mc -' ? ," : ; <..=f@ 11:121jt 'D". th*rieefttioVof Board

Miss Eliis' lAzei'1.oS ComptoeIkrr:JOHNBEARa' .; 'f :.rItuE respect&By''i=ft>rmthefrfriends 1 .- i i.,, 'o 1''P'l era"1"tk,first day;of October nexVaving .= t. .. .,

.Adams Ed win: I Lee Jesse Treasurer,WILLIAM R. HAYWARli ,. .,' : : and aequaintaneet that they! r '---'ft..' ,'i uiM&: ;$-.Wmb"II": ". *ho' tehhadredfcet ftoat.wWa'PfuSMt.t .JFalton Market;!.- .
B LaaleyTkewMLombard Register State Lands, DAVID WAC.KER.. have{established t.Um..in 'theimereanliU i '-" -'';-' ,' ; I Ui rear,making it at comfortable a*soy House BeefTonjrw, Smoked Sdnm and eeCBrieM?
)3arksiiNt Mr Clerk Supreme Court ROBT.'S. 1L&YWA1DVDIC1ARY. ,buiDea In this place, and are now receiving and : ,WSTJU.cra"A1IDJACglK BLnRI. ba iU 8oatatadwiabeahl 'M accommodate SoxwMkndc0"sbibIik ;

Bon Capt John U ; .opening at the stand above:named, a foil assort*I j :*. : FL 'd ont one hundred and fifty persons. 'He would gar;Lemon,Boston Soda sa4bussk Oft,fts-
BraomoHonJuEBecks Mu1ngWt meat onsistingvf Dry,GW FancttArlkles : ."".... TO nor*particularly to those'visitin*the South i ..Sooked. Hiring*. G..w B.W'L r.T
John Moore CtptJehmMinney Supreme' Court Judge*. Groceries Hardware,Boots,' hoes. 'Hats;Caps Wf001 OlI i. 1i i : for health and the DebeSt of our delightful elimaW Lard, Catsups'Preserve*and ttcttavfirW.*aF"
Butler Martin Capt JasBr4ley.MrsP : Readout.LPensaeoU; Bonnets.ttu. ., with every.variety .t dIl ff! of Jacksouylfl.an4 t.he1llD01lAdin M fca. hAd.. &a ye to tSwt* especial comfort,and Green AppJ .,Dried Peaches:.'aIe..r..t')
LA> *
WB.m.r.Jo.eikE&rber Hon. Walker Anderson t Ch Justice usually kept in. 'DryGoods i tere. : ?.hatthey are prepared to execat =; tems&e alt who my and wsorustal of fcfaarO '1fAIM41.
Row Wyen Tames NMnlafla HOU.-A. G. Semmes I Associate I JApalach'" ,they, offer for sale as cheap as.tieyreanpnthasedataayestabnsbment .h I in neatnesa all the(various brandies of their- proTenfaa ,giro- ri ; \k uel. weD are4lor..iw. The undersigned would ate respce$ ia.rt*

Barry Andrew J William' Hon.L.'A. Thompson | ,-": TI3'hU'e in the Seutherneenntry 1 and despatch business and are TfcfeCEfes*} ; 'l' Sttg; Ageney la .at this his! old customers and the pubEe fi* euqm1, thsS
Nancy Moore llenben B j their entire stock having been elected through experience and habits act ia> : bebsenbM1nudlouotheboya .as4ed

BandenamesABalUsetVm BrtodVeyMrp Jof'C&ad1eSo Circuit -Judges. by one el the firm with much care and attention; !surpassed. any establishment in the oGtut7, : "- & J'om!,8 U NGTON' ..'."i-r.. APtTLL(AN 0 HIMSELF CAREFULLY

W 'y Wi1li&r4R.laebea Western Hon: Geo. S.Hawkins.1 Apalads. and with .view particularly to this market they 1 SASH BUNDS'AND DOORS, Sept.15 i,'1851. II'A. '* 'Pmorairro*. SELECTED) STOCEOFDE-YOOOUe ,
Middle J. flatter themselves that w
Wale Baker they will be enabled to
P I T&1'lau'e'Eute111 i, aswena the .:
C 'Pungle'James 2 I Thomas Douglas 1 acb"'f11e five entire satisfaction to all who way favor them! wfflmeet*their more strict enlarged ehe of : .f alineet. every qualify *4 tame,snfod for:thIiea

C&rrsA M Pungle .Miss Eliiabeth Southern. Jos. B. Lancaster I L Wed with theirfatrenage both asIa tie prices, and I. ;Upoa3Ib1eand attention.all orders Terms will as be aeeommodatinf nan Hardvirare' ,:Direct Pb o-.i. ? SODTHHtlf pJUgCT<*-*r HI bit

C&r1 J oha S. Pitman Frederick James M.Landrum SolV W.Cir, Ucheanna .qnalttyvf their goods..r' un.r&t!*SSd.1A share of the pubUepatronjfl IVUUQ !IIRE -&'mn; ra'are daRy ij.t4j t nil stock eocdsU! of.wefl selected usartaMB&g
CanadayJasPCaldwell Pennimen Rafos L Samuel B.Stephens, SolV M. Cir "- The Subscribers' win he Constantly reoeivIng ; from. Mar.afactories *
Quincy a if rcBpccifuDj 9oBdtdd docJS -iT. fa" Enron, oaPtete of Staple.r1 Lad F acf Goods; Ready Madt
Mn S T Prentice Angnstis John P. Sanderson. SolV E. Or.,.. Jacks'vflleK.West neb.addition t* their Steek as thel&&te of,, t _ assortment HARDWARE, CUTJ EIIY, Clothing.tileT Hr1Va14teetbErwld Ci&erv '
W B Parker Geo Oasian B. &'SoTr S.Cir the market may:r n lr and baNK made ar. b.which willbe sold '
Cooper wm ,;Sole of the Steamer on reasonable(. ,GUttware.foots aadiJfctu.Hats aadAH
C t.oDJohD M 3 PinkumAmbroae _: ., rangementa New: y rk,rders can be supplied! : .PamperoV 1' STROHECKEtt ft EUBANK. Saidler mnebortevery
2 Perkins E' .at the shortest possible notice. B 1irt fae reoflhaDistdctCourti 155 Meeting St- Charleston HoteL' ;; '' )
CotoBucknamCooper Mary COUNTY .OFFICERS. opposite '
; Hides Tallewr Beeswax;and Thick Ronss -win UnUed State for the Northern ,". _, .l' ', '",- kirLG.41&e. .: .
A .
Mrs Mary Pinning C K.- '0" 4v7 r
'UR IF"ud name Judge of Probate;secondnaaeClerk be received in exchange lor goods. of'i1erida" two several uue4 oftba.UnUe "' '" ._ p.. I. kind of country poiaoe takes Ia U-J
CogrineGeoWCablCaptJnoO of Ct. Court; third name Sheriff fourth namewhenever 1 .Friends said customers are respectfully solicited State against U. .teanMr Pwpen kee tackle for Goods aLIke highes marfcrt jrfees.***' r y*'
Rhodes Lewis B 2 ( it occur, M in Gadsden &c.) Tax to apparel and furnitttTeVandbT : .11*. 11hIre by the monttt or*1,8 :,.lCo&i rln 1If'Iot.r
Cole Capt David G Roberts James' call and examine.this stock before purchasing virtu*of a*' ';Y Y. or 10 alle bodied hands white i' $
Assessor and Collector. ol ; of eojkred.
D Richard ADD ] flsewhere. E. HARRISON. sale to me Issued from said Court I will sen tenCutomenw 'do wtBto all'aMeS

Dkkeson Elisabeth Rothenck Mary GeorgeDzonNed Western Circuii* J;SANDERSON., .. public .auction to the highest bidder,.the& = po4..aea1ri1l: .be 6110, 'MdtWat_. amfM for themselves before purehajtfertbewhm*,*
RonseWARntherford Ccmntv.Escamoia. September 1,1851 tf.' Steamer Pamper her tackle apparel and fermiture ror : he being fully assured thai none wifl r,."y--iII
Offieen. Post Office. at JcksonwilleF1s..n S the Sale- *" a a Brick suited regards the gxxxU'and the
-w .a1 \ prtew lktl
Mrs Margaret Jaoeb .
Darby Charles N. Jordan : Yard with Its -
PcnsaeolftMilton M" '
< day of January next. Terms cash.' fixture a numb baildfn ,for them: JlOBRIS-KEIL. ,'P4st
Davis Miss Sarah u F. E. DeLarua ,. St. .. *
RnndslSTS ; .Tohn's"SemlnarJ' Learning, JV lotc Improved-diUo. and Cfcrncr Ocean -
B. Ba
Davis Lewis 3 u F. DeLarua* 'ee By totter decree +t the Cow*, timbered of et'lJactwnTnie
E Strong Jonathan :'ATMADrSON: : Santa:RosaWalten John ChainE.S.Amos ,!ICiniyOJIeheei1IS..AVIdWto'
:Eastman Hymen Sumner Morton 4'. et.A : Board of Trustees take great pleasure of the Steamer Pampero seized n shore and otndemned ,: .,JOS.SBAKEfiV, 1 .' : : ::r- ._.
F iifthHenrieLta Isaiah Cobb;Jr. ee :JL in,annonnwng to the-Masonic Fnteimity under another ,wiQ' be amid at .-1aekaeuiDe.Doo.4, 1831. .' *z. r ;:3OBEPHIO: J&I" : :
tion :
Floyd Joseph Stewart A A -4' and the'public generally, that the,exercises of at same time and place above stated,to irt _" IC' '
Fish 1l K Sanndsn Matfld Daniel McLeod, Uchcanna& I this institution will vemmence on the ,SECOND on the' seventh day of SU-.r1.nuhUJ. Bread 'Cake Cheap Clothing i."AND :. r
.4 1). MeKinnon *< ) Jacksonville. i k.PfeBakerJmS .
& -
yrenchiuraaL 11 JamesSnrlinda Angus : '
Simmons IN :
U MONDAY JANUARY next,under the superintendence / : 0 : .11
G Win..W. McCoUIUD*' f 'o.CertiJc t.ea will is toinform the Public that we hare made
SnunGreenJaineiN of Mr."Isaac ACIB, late principal: Deposits Jn Bank be r 'I-, ,
SLeWa4I&ZneSM Holmeiner Ba'ker. 'Cem Gord of Greenwood Institute,, South Carolina, aided 'oeicdinpayment., - :JL full preparations to supply the .town and Dry Goods. _. .8t'i'. qw
Mrs Sarah Smith Mr I cc l'1&rtlnV.: Brett Ie Oml-Tm other '*rebaaerawith very. xceUent.'nRk D t : "b -
Gamman : by competent assistants.. 1 OlE ;Jusr .
Vf POOR S.rttiu $
> i riz' r. e &y iTizf'
a .Robt. R Golden. 2- ; & CAKES,which we arenei eU".
Guater James ShogteLeviSloan : Mr. Amj come among us bearing the highesttestimonials I U.S.MarshaL rins '
B GEO J. 4EHNBAUER.Dej regularly at the house of customers. LIcuaNuLLx.rM4 T' .
Greely Joseph George character scholarship and By .
WaAlngtci success *
. uJackson :Norman-A.Campbell Crqenm. .. in teaching; and the Trustees have nq hesitation:i . "" > 't7 .We take this PPrt nitJf'.expressing ov HASJUt received his Fait Stoet TFaAion*.

Hodgion3oepb 2 Termed FTownsend .4 John A.Tabor* .. In commending this institution under his direction -i .Dos. rs.1a., thanks for the liberal evidences? encouragement $ and Dr Goo( *awte.'
which u.have already received;*n4 white oubicIa be Is prrpare Ie.011 .ajeameO1a
Hunter T Chsj F to the of the friends of Education -- respect
Hewitt DB' Traresse Fred'k R, nttmanS.aBtiaiuy Marianoa this the States.' ,i ally--asking a continuance of the same, feel warranted terms for CA3IL, Jin mentions as"* pan tfl.iiJ
and .Daguerreotypes.finHE '
Tony throughout adjoining "
4' I in stock- ,;. -
Hunter Alexander Thomas Sarah ceto 1 The object xottghi to be accomplished by thefounders ', claiming fse'tbs.Bread whieh ."offer '
ce .T ame r--iffi.ll aU undersigned having returned JacksooJL qualities unsurpassed in all the essentials which large ytantity of Mtlt'-'IR4'/Jri4..
John W
Harmon The
heirs of
Snrjjeant of this institution is to.dispense the blessings -
Calvin StephensCaihou vine with his Sky Light Dap man PayiIion & make the staff of life palatable, ;and whole- Maift Clotki -
Hamson Daniel James HsA of a sound practical education to all who Pre Reaiy 'f' Coil\ V -.it
R. B. Evans would respectfully offer this as a .. some. We shall continue to lue Lbs beet finer '
HarkenssDLGHntchensAM 'Tallllenrr Blountstown may desire to-become its beneficiaries, and to' to all those ie*; 'Gi f 4ai1n.' CctftHt" .n
(4Franklin opportnniy who wish a superb which in the hands of an experienced Baker,forties -
F. Parker .
WWoodMyrick J3enj. bring this great boon within the reach of all-! :C1'. Jm' "
themselves with 1 of,
or friends the
best t.
a us ,
Thos. J. La&d 44 very in'.promising; our customers'good Bread
-Hewlett SM R the humble. In
2 most of
even language a circular
: Now is the time for procuring a fine and beaut ," .iediagsMeas : S
fl' fttI
HaDelMrsEliiaHammon Woodard Ambrose Arch'd T.BennettSaml issued at the commencement of the project &e.Tieketsurulsbed and'famm .
ApaachicolaQuiacy '
article for Christmas New
Thomas B Wraiird Ambrose 4< W. Spencer "it is our design to educate the'children and orphans .Years s any where withn ARt A4ti 11nl. Gtpt.Jicotx and& N a1J
such Gold Breast
Pin. Locket the '
Ham on April Williams Amelia cc __. oC of indigent Master Masons free ef charge, as a or Bracelet limits of the town supplied at an early. hour 1gcther with h'.or. '
.a a fine Paper Machia Case Inlaid with Pearl day. Price -5 ; ''IJr.'J
or very t.-perlo&t:
fh.rria Ezra "Wilkinson John ,i for tuition and the children of other such i ; '
npen .
Morocco Cases
of size at
any a rate call 'MYEItS&COOP3IAN. '
; : .
Hi Jer Mrs Eliia Wilcox Theodore Middle Circdt.G&dsdcn be Wo ,
terms as prescribed. appeal to an
may examine at the Pavilion the '
Henry Mr Wemtonly Wm B Edward C. Love enlightened: public to assist ns in our effort of humarity houses of Mrs.. Hall.and on Mr. Grothe.between. ':. OT 21.tt S : I f Coull'try> lIe rcetfully Inviteas. call-rom-,Tow w &jwaaasiUresithei'that

1 Worley Joha.Johnson .4 llobt C Lester ,and save ns from failure and defeat-firm JAS. L; I fof

Mrs ins II Warren Alfred P I' Samuel B. Lore .c lathe belief and confident in the hope that our Jacksonville. ; Dec. 18, 1S51.HATHAWAY- t. -,;, :Boarding.SUBSRIBER'is ". l cheapness and good quality bU good are luuar
of ptwaed. at the
Johnson Levin WaLsh John E Johnson Charles y ,The Scholastic will be divided into two JL : 0 t.m J.1.i.
Leon David W. Tallahassee year : date a number of Boarders at his recently -
. Johns Wm J Young Charles ac Gwynn sessions of five months each. Tuition for each erected residence .In the Northwest f the -- .

Jones Miss City ee Haley Oscar A.T. Myers Blocker 4' session to be paid invariably in advance: Mill L HP.MII n : !J town,the location of which Is known to part be highly) : r Co11ect< ii ;S: .. ';:. ::2,4

Persons applying for Letters in the above twill al John H. Rhodes atorable to health and comfort from its elevation : 'try VIR.TUE }
RATES ITIOY. of.the )
they.a.roe advertised, or they not OF T The HOUSE is just completed the 'and pow .reiird'
ay may get Classical ; sleeping I
InsUtute jp wI 1QgSJt
WakuHac Wm. J. Council English JbaU for &
them. MARK BUTTS. Newport For the elementary branches, to wit Reading,' other apartments being spacious and well finished ,House "' expose Wore Uw

''Jacksonville Jan. t, %-&&. P.stmaster Wm. W. Mound 44 Orthography Grammar, Arithmetic, etc., per JACKSONVILLE-FLOIUDA4, as it respects plastering ice. .. I .f :door the town of isekaoayifleeeuatt4a
4C Dorat the first
Abljah Hall session ,5 00 The furniture of theliouse is also entirely. on Monday in February UKLH
ec Alfonso R. Combs .1 N.FiBJlpW.N Principal.nriHE ew, between the legal hours of sale the
For ,
higher English branches Rhetoric icing just received from New York. deer
MtIED. at
Wednesday 1
evening last Ancient --000- -, ? scribed property or so much thereof wBTpay .
Jefferson Thomas J. Chace 'MeuticcttoCourthouse Logic History, and Modern, Arrangement have been made to ta-
:San Pablo, 'by the \'. AIr' Ley, ){.Hs' Craven G. Fife Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, &c., SUBSCRIBER having had several bYe with ample.and excellent fare and supplythe good ser I[the State and County. Taxes due there** for the'

- :3lourc8 to Hiss EJUCA. PAIOIES, daughter of Daniel T. LeD .1 per session, w ", ..' -" '- 1000 JL experience in teaching, baa concluded to vanteheys been"employed to'attend to the"eomortofguestsi year 1851 to wit r Five*Hundred and-Twenty*
M tablish his School in this place;and :weight AerwW lart/Ktaate isgam?;bei ia
John Wootcn For Languages Higher Mathematics, / < : "rv T r
David L. Palmer Esq. invites the public to call and test its merits.'It .- the.:, pof -Big '.
Madison Akx'rMeDona1d. Moral and Intellectual Philosophy, Po- I shall spare no pains to render my Hense in all 'JVttaburg CIpek. sn4l&
lit'eal &e. session 20 will be his constant.effort to cultivate numbered aa Section Ffly-one upon the TIat" of
Economy, per 00 respects pleasant to those who make their
Sam It. jt home !
DIED,in this town on the 3d inst., ADAXHAJISTT t* -. friendship and esteem of his pupils; and to and respectfully invke eaU;Crour--eitizens whorish Townhtp Three ionth Range 'Tnt.seton1 >
: of N T ln the 21st of his Johnfl.Patterson In of health and those principles.which tend to develop the Enit,, is ihaO $ .r'I'he' Surveyor AC'A
Albany, year .Robert may
McKinney .
we venture the assertion that die village of Madison intellect and to refine the heart- ia our clime. the Florida. Said Land bctngowned by,the Mr tl"
. age. HamiltonColumbia 'Henry J. Stewart Jasper unsurpassed and in the State. Without being in the least sectarian, the InSU.tote hospitable during .winter francu. Goodwin. or owner unknown. ".' i'T
unequalled J
-5'-- ;
nUFFI/GTO a William Day 4 Board be obtained in families OD win be conducted on religious principles. / : nwnttis.j 1V.P W4-'L f LTKUlMJOWDES.x'ufl
ARXUVALS AT HOUSE, cc Wm.J. J. Duncan 44 reasonable terms. A convenient private boarding house ",By a most thorough system of,reviews ana ':.'.'B. I have since the erection of my House Tax AssY& CoTr.JX-Ifti.

[CoL. S. BPFFixoTo.t Proprietor.1Ju.b a Jeremiah. B. Smith 44Alligator will be erected by the Trustees at an early period. aminations, which experience has suggested,' furnbhed.it with..& 'convenient.=-& ,- 'Jacksoati1I;Fla.-ceyi.6.Ll., 13tLi. '

E M Moore, Savannun; S W Baker, Any further information will be cheerfully given Principal flatters himself that Knowledge ment, which is always 'copious rr' supplied with -:-- 'F' .14-

Fla;Mrs Poet Mays and servant, Madison; Miss Eastern Circuit. by addressing the undersigned.By acquired, cannot be tost.j wafer and the necessary conveniences fur bathing.shonldJ 'Notice .to .PaaengeisiTO _
Perpal, S C. 7th,J Stewart S C:John S BrownS G o. S.Herbert I Ia order of the Board of Trustees. j Great inducements e&red-in the way I[ .. te >.that cxnyonie is'. regular
C; James Neely,Alban/ Y;H L Eaton Sav.th Scarborough ... "' CHARLES RUSSELL, health and beauty of situation-to parents wishing toppingHjlaae forthe-Stages tor and-
: T T VaughanN Y: John Darley de; A Wateeman U A. J.T. Wright ,. cc .. I Secrttary. to send-their children front home, as no and Middle Florida being upon' one of the.pria-- D nBnsickSZ.JIw-jsj.J.L
Ocala; F A Schley, Md. 9tk J P San- 'cr Lawrence Micklcr. Madison C. II. December 13 1831. will be spared in providing for their comfort elide streets leading immediacy"to the Westcnr 11211
jnl2nv.rLrage JJ.bd.CrfE1..Ilrul.JPifrh
__. ro : :: ; ; j. mw
derson,Jacksonville, (wis Mattair, i 10th evlovmenL-. ii. ,. ,, f,' -
A TF.Gould,A M Randolph St. Augustine Asa Alachua*' A.Sam'l M. Caston Russell NcwnansviQe. saleorPUbllc-Lands1n FloVTotlce The disciplinewillbo'ideDil though,. ..Jacksoa'v1114. ?Oct.. 9, ist.; 'tf: 'I LK.tVKtKtftaMT,2.V}OCt-i AX 4 Q'JQ Ei r.w,

Dresser, Pa J N Reeves, W A Reeves S C ; and ,, ,_ .' IT.i'.
; ; 4C Chas L. \Vilaonec persaasive. ? v : .')-* : t fa.",,.
John Eflis Ct; J J Scott,Mass;C BinngsleyS C; 'r1da. The course of instruction includes all the branches'of ,.i/.r,? ,;.1Notlce.i ; .: ; :-.i; S ." .. packet 31AGNOLlAP.McN a-fi
3 y Mnnds Jo; F A S Casaidey,A F Smith Fla. Dan, Felix Livingston ..T Jacksonville la' hereby:given, that-the ..nndcrJll a thorough finished English Education nA fciCj Subscribers be"3Ieave'to'.. im'1b &t" blAster Will leas4 above and eoa

11th.T D Sprigins Va; J T Grice, N J; Dr V S. ". IsidoreV.Garnie? cc.c .L signed will, in of law, offer ,at 'and a preparation for any College elas : JL friends and the pubic generally,that having imie; to leave every T '_ iUt ninr tri&,.

Gp>bI Dr N if Gibbs, S C;H P Pratt, Sar; J N Geo.7harf of their ownthey are now 1eav.ra1atb..eT18atarcls1 inorniogstSo cIoek
Reeves; Fla 12th, R L Reade, N Y; S C Bay- Uriah Bowden Mandarin the several counties, as hereinafter stated the following prepared to receive and forward all goods intrus 'and leave Jacksonville same evening af1to'e1ock.: *3

night 11&, JW Campbell, Tallahassee. Nassau '-- valuable lands located by State authority Oihoeraphy;Reading; ,Penmanship;Phonography ted to their carefree of.charges: ,Merchants and For freight pa.
cc C, C. Beesenl Woodstock. Mala as part of the grant of Congress to said State, ;Grammar; Geography Ancient and. planters will find'it'to' their advantage' to ship modations state rooios &c.apply on board at

:.. MARINE NEWS. cc A. J..Braddoclt .4' ror. purposes of internal improvement. These ern History; Rhetoric; Book-Keeping' ; Composition through this channel we are determined to try to.1 :"f'.IltNANLEZBlSItEkk.. t/v Jj. .* ,
and Declamation;.Botany; the JLJrble; V and satisfaction to all. Those : : 'Agents at''J cboariDe.M.'A or -
give shipping
lands in selected
Gad were, good part, immediately, .
...PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. St. John's.< Peter Humphreys B. Dnmas 'St.Angnstine" after th*_ntplatiM ,of th. U. S..rwc'e, sod are Mnate, .- }'Drawing.- :. through n from'Savannah &e. -wSI pIeue .give ". COIENAgent atSa.vk1I
M relieved to embrace some of the best in the State SCIENTlFrCrCQURSE.iatellccttudL orders to have their goods landed on our wharf; i oJFreightpp.LLtyahiPpel'L4'1'P".

Entered. RaphtelB.CatomPutnam for the production of corn, cotton,.sugar, tobacco Moral'and Natural l'h if'T this will insure their being pat to no expense atthisplaee.r Oe&,151. eV i :-tt,;".' :;t.
: ILTL Blanebird PalatkaStanisIaoB ... .... _\- '
Jav7lh Seh. llay flower Allen N. York. & ,and tropical fruits-and others finely adapted Astronomy, Chemistry;Logic; Geology., ,,,' tl a1
Gfinski The H.
Cleared. to the Turpentine and Lumber business. The. ; BargftSallie LodoiskaCapt..A. Gray,, sia.t.. of Florida,Soatbcrn.CImUt: ,x.
Robert T. Beyd COURSE. will continue to'run regularly between" PTatka ""
Jan. 12th, Sch. Roan, Ramsddl, New York. land.will be. offered in half-eighths i '. ._,_ roe e.Rnt;. .
Jan. Jas. Orange Wffliam Campbell Enterprise .Acru.In Arithmetic; .Algebra -Geometry; Trigonometry and Silver Springs. For freight &e., apply to Edwin O. ,.
13th,Brig Wallace,SmalL Navy Bay.JTACKSOSVTXXE : .
.f' the board'or T
to "
Captain on Kosgignol & .
Henry A. Crane Mellonville ? 'Jefenm county,on Monday,12th ; Surveying; Mensuration; Analxtioal Gray, GIlJU.I -. '" .
Palatka.' AH letters oa bnaineas must .
a be"post .
Elyah Watson Differential and Calculus. .
: etry Integral liaID .
.. : PRICES CTJBKEKT. April* & about ,,640 paid. ; ROSSTGNOL & GRAY ; : .i..I.' .
.. Marion John M. McIntosh Ocala Mttd iton M'Gnday.I9th., 65 OO CLASSICAL COURSE. '
y Palatka;Nov., 1811. 2d-2nu Box. ix CHALKY,roc: bte&kc5Vu>K*. At
:D.epert.ed Moiithlyfor the Repmbilcan by a Robert Bullock I .Hamilton; Monday, 26th.2.J.IO. Latin Greek 'German i' e ob., .r .. CHa8KOS. .,; .
T cc S. E. Helvenston Fkmminirton Colvmbta 4& WOAladuta. ; ; ; .. .
Messrs. AI. .sop &. Bonr ; Monday May T'X'.qipeatlng to the'-satisfaction et the' Com*
Jesse M. Willis Ocala Wednesday 5th May, 9,520 A course of Lectures, will be;delivered' i Notice.. : '.1. .that the aid biD has bee*.fifcd'.V d.t t

"BEESWAX. -Do!. Ct* Levy Monday, 10th. )..m the year smon Philosophy and CIle il&ry..' 1IX'MONTHS after date wm present the ac proof that the said Ana};. Gaynn resides out of.

jner Ib 18J *> 2022 Southern Circuit.Iinbboro : Manon Monday 17th May, .ce. 40Hemanao &hoo'twiII be furnished.witka new set of isonata: of vouchers of William Scott, doooasd -, this state,to wits at Spanish. Wettj,one'..f the'
.BUTTER. Simon Turman Tampa
erlb'COTT0N k 2 .1 Martin Cunningham *' 24th May ". 48,610 coming acquainted with Science.' and the. King. deceased,'to the Hen. Judge t>f Probates of Elana appear, and'plead,'aaswcri'or;deted*

6' Benj. J. Hagler* Hmtbartf;;Saturday 29th May 4.800TERMS. operation. of its laws. Alachuaeounty/and to discharged from further agaiast said titt oa u!before the trst Monday is j vA
>.per n. 18 k 21 Hernando Elias G.Knight Spring Hill .-Cne-fourth cash; the 'other ihree- The Academic year win-be ditided into administration. of said estate.w.w.ScO1lAJmru. . preaber xUJa default ef which said appears
COFFEE MalcombC.Petemon. ". fourths.payable in.three equal annual instal- quarters ef eleven neeks each. 'Student mayanter ; th*:. anee,the said bill wfll be take A ro! toaftt against.J

Rio pr 1b 11,121wR I. Nathan!M.Moody ."- menu,with interest jn advance. Or, if any purchaser after the commencement of'any quarter, 'r Estate f Wm. Scott, deceased.. ber, provided that a copy of this order be p b >>
M EeekktlUSelph prefer it, five percent; will ,W deducted be charged. only. from the time.of their By,SiUTH& O'BRIEN* his Atty% -. bell i.tMpuMi. ftetrspaperof thkStaUtst
iv.per bus. -90 fc 93 from the credit 1ments1IJIOD t.he'.payment of TERMS Ne1fJlU1&iIle,Sept.8,1831. ,116m I thespace.fnx months beMre the said lot Monday .
CANDLES, Monroe 'Benjamin Sawyer Key.West I.the whole pnreh&Be'mon.a&the time of sa1e.' BoirJan1 ).lights'fuel in November or provided that if©'at
TaKhinifclnding ,
i;",! Adamantine per Ib 33 S71 James M. BraceweH. 4)AVID S.I WAIKEIt said bill and 'of this ordersba1tlbe'pero.sfljSserved
'CC 'Robt.Clarke hashing, per SesSienMf months, $IZI Notice.
TLOUB, ater.C Public Lands fer the State 6f Pku' ;
delivered to then she fa
upon or her hereby
German, *' -_ .*. 6 **
.J ;
Gencseeerhb1 550 & hu '
oeEGGs IXMONTHS aftridUe IrtaU
Ber1ooel Tallahassee December 16,1851. present accounts -
(Payable quarterly, In advance.): my ordered to appear and plead,answer,-or,defend
and vouchers the Administrator of
jan-l-3m against mid .on the first rue day .alter Ume.
':, Ipr do& 371 -- ex ofocio Tax Assessor and Collector.BOAfUUHO. von DAY.STCDKXTS. he Estate of John G.Ziriax, deceased, late"of months after the mid serrieo ttr delivery,fa1

HAY, ., Oil, Tallow, Grease, and Ohio English Studies and Mathematics, -. ..|10 Ibnne county,to the Hon.Judge of Probate of faalt Whereof; the said bin will be taken po.

per l00811.100. .. -Mineral Paint.. Including. the Scientific Course," '-. 12 Monroe county,and shall at same time apply to (tao against-her"'aS last meatkknedra y.
HJDES' .Y '" Mrs. FLEimft, "Fleming' WaaoC?'BBar the barrels Machinery Ofl, price.75 cents ,Latin and Greek, '- ';' '15 said Court fpr.a discharge Cram said. Adoiinutra- JOS.B.LAXCAST .
O' F ci
', 3 '
perTh ,:'. 3"fc8 : '' Germanr 6 tion of said estate.,
entrance of Buck Creek, Unvkl Coahty, can accommodate y' pergallen. French extra, '- ,. Southern Cir '1'
IRON; gallons '5 cents in ea&s of Payable quarterly in advance.)' Allnersens interested-are' liral to take'no : 1
several persons, gentlemen or ladies 2,500. same, ,Va- State of Florid*. S
..1. cerlk c. -4.5 with Jllea.sauBb ; Her tow is situated.. rious'siies.-" 4TA liberal deduction'will be made for':pupilS. tice. r ICUO LL :,)UTU.-Aaaar. : Key;West;'April 3fl85L .. .

L3LRDtu ptrlb. U1., near the HiherniaFort, immediately on the 200 barrels boiled' Point 00-65-cta per gat the Primary studies. :"JUr. Brown Is also able: Key.West. ,N;ov.-'13> ISaL: ._- I CEkFYaiovc to V, a m. .fiA.
S Bt. John's,and has regular communication with S.OOOfrallons, do 4 4' do do, wcure the services of a most superior ; ri." the epy'
file in .
LIME, casks of various leS.so .;<# NotI Original 86.on my o 5 : 7.
in Pianist
v. 225 the steamboats that are now so constantly plyIng ,should there be sufficient enco 'J" .J.I.J \ .
perVbl on the river 'The distance of the location is not .barrels Tanners' Oil,various kinds and to employ him." .Address IX MONTHS afterdate; the nnderngaed ad- ( (1erk'..1.r
DUMBER 12 14 more than twenty .miles from Jacksonville,and qualities from 35 to 60 cents per gaL 1 j "; .N.F.BROWN., S. mini the.Estate ot''TIIOIIiu'4eIlU, KcyWcsAif125l: 'Ja

perM." IstqwJity the site is considered hlehl1'favorable. for per- 1,500'gallons in'.casks of various sites various --' dee,'J&te Alachua county, State ef Florida I .' ',b < ..f _
: .
JK i. 2nd do 6&lO feensia delicate health.. ; S kinds and qualities free 33 to.SO 1-; :. Kefewnec. ." will exhrbit"his account and VOMCB*S before .:. _
3rd do Z4. rfan. 1, tf. cents per gallon. .n.WttivisD .Huxi Rer.iS. R.' HenoraUe Judge of Protakthr said t onty, 'S' Stole, .

.L1WOBS. S CJO tons tallow grease, for heavy Bearings, Rev: COXKT ." Capt. IL B; and prayfer a final settlementajfitiiseharge.from I : l '
( the thb-
4.*c .NED.umiergtl Gin .' do 3583 -u-re. TONGE desire to Inform the public and coarse, machinery" in arrels or Wamington.Del.; Dr. MnxEE.BrandTwine UY.1lU1i., J I FRO onep iusWft ibe'indcrsiogejon yellow eather pocke book
kyA. Chat shehas dissolved her. "aaU'of any consistency required. lage;Del.;Rev. T.BKADFOXB.Dover, .W..H..wARI.Adm :
connectionwith .
DeL1.ReT. la
Whiskey 4o 30 kJ35SO 1 containing Trom Ime-te.t bundred dollars
: Price 6 cents per pound. J. Rockwell .N.Y. JC.. .
E By I'rAU
:ilOLASSES, the Buffington House. Mrs. Y. is now IDAarrancemen' ; Brooklyn ; r. bank bin*-,nd toaaber ef,nots payable,la\
.:it,Up *S7i king. which she hope' will soon 150.tons the lowest Ohio Mineral market Paint,in bairelJ.t. nujrr,Dx* A E. Bopo, Medferd N.J.' ,0"1.MI" .t. ._:r .. ,.1.: I Dudley & ;*ryiii eynJWm.H. Dad.Hyot .
price. HrArr-'B.ev. THOS: :
m-TBU. .
HAILS, enable her to announce the opening of a. house MaAiiury Oil, warranted net to chin in'tbe Wilmineton.Dcl. : "- .bearer. A libtol reward diM paid Sue
'L. J-
A. MARsmu, ; \ / Notice;:; ; ;: '
htr the accommodation \ ..
*o'perTh 45 under charge far of coldest weather, and considered by those"Using It n J "L the restoration. of.the pan ofsame
% vt'lify.
AnaovertMass. .: ) ;
OIL- Boarder .J1Ul 8-tf. canal to sperm oil. : 1 ". : A .LL'iETtSONS. havingany demandsagainst : 'r...,_ ;' ., .
... 1125 -. .William Viatant lato IX.eo
verTntergs1 Boiled PaJnt Oil to Linseed Ofl ether L the eatat ---- -- -- -- -- -
qual ,
.-. Linseed, do, 1121123'PROY1S1O1V i CLINCH' HOUSE than for white.. : .*.' H '_ : .v r< H.tke 4..,.. ( .' umbia.county;deceased an hereby requested to ." LN' U-ce' .\., .to.1:11 ,'I.I. ;J

:. > :1: am constantly receiving large supplies of the COUGH SYRUPS Md Medicated present theaK'-dnly authenticated within the/ time "A: Lt iv'Ur lMdh.-trW
Mes Pork per bbl 18 19 < above named articles and my motto c Smallprofit Ashthmatic and Consumptie jreaeribed by law.or they will bo Ja.rredandaU
.1 .tll for ingN..:. .Ne* <
g er
Prime do ido "" THE'SUBSCRIBERiM ndqukk .- .-. 10 Pilhsjordeesngemeat. of theilAverjiSpfce person,indebUA said estate are reqoested*a.
MesiBecf .do 1-' .: &F.POfl' .. t &c.; Tonic PiDs'. nd Bitten for the>Dy peptw makc imMedjatepaymant to the undemgned. beal':date 1,-fU'aetn day cf,1eo)
the above House would b1e to &tia'rbeateu_ et
:Hanu per Jb .# 12k15 -TevpeeUuUy to- fiG Water st. (under the Pearl st. House) A.nta.lgie'1ilIao Ointment*,and.Tinctures for j -1 : ':0 .JAMES'ZAN'I..Ad&., ; 'IS5J.l'.1 ,
Notes 1aetcire.w tI
licit the patronage of the public. There Rheumatic and ,ABtorNOLI3.1S51. ,Snu- any jvote or bearing dale
Wide, do _Jan. l 1832. : I' ,New relief Nephutto Utarine, I . .
rghotdden 11..121 are at Chi time some firo to six room.unoccupied, ; York.L I pains PoenUetme Pills and Mixtures,for '. I payable to VV'nU HrPaOley or fcar r.. .
several of the seine with fire place The House '. '-- :- ber ef such notes have been tdea freta the. _
; -
SXJTATOES, i. 1 lag speedily,(cite tate etjeeunde,) aacou an.other :
Noticie. .
,. # wW
i*within one hundred ftfe)fifty yard of the Post dersigncd. .The makers.et aiu'iuch .note
Sweet Vu from the urinary organs 5ty '
t per : GIx WEEKS after date we w n.apply to the discharges i'MOitt.
> after l1r the *
w.r Irish 40 ISO Office and wharves. Ttio :undersigned is Agentfor Uc for uUrise and other Hsmerrhages; date present my ae- roofer favor by refa-ing payment'apoa pr
POULTRY .- (Stt'5 fo rr Kara*Co4h aad two horse i;; Judge .of.Probate Columbia county for ; Ointaents-Powder and Pjtionsfer S. coant as*theAdministrator.on. the Estate of entation of ditch and by notifying tk*sabsertbery
;? ? y. '; letters of:administration de bonis non on the estate drnrfcal .
f; I Caickens . Ui..1. Hack Mail lines;both 1hgfor Ocala semi-week dropsical swellings Cardiaeal Pills! Foshua Hogans, deceased, to the Hon.'JuJg'of DUDLEY tOAUYUWf,
Turkey ;. 100123.. .. ly.. For farther particulars apply at the.offices of -of Fernando ELIZABETH E_Lowe.1 deceased diseases ducing of the heart and purification; ef the Probate for Colombia county and ask for a. final *Jacksonville,leo. ld. 1S51.-4W. > ,7. "
th*. Jacksonville. Republican and News. Alterative Pills for the renovation ef the- settlement and.atlowance of the same,and of my _,Savannah.Horning .ZVtws and Charlestosi Men
SeE..per 4 ; JAMES..ASKEW- JOHN J.TAYLOR, discharge froai the administration of said estate. win the above and insert once ft
:; ,. ...; By W. MiJVES, tution;'Antidyseat rier Pffls, for'dysentery: curl please copy.
.:: IJBOAP. ,: ",'"::. ; '. Palatka January,,1852,T .. ..tf.; ,Deo.23d.5 185- !. ; Their Attorneys diarrhoea;Magic tincture Embrocations, \! I ,\ 'J.5---STilEaHOGANS.,- Administrator.AmsafortOct.2lSSl week for four'weak aDd f t1l'&t\1 their- "bffl to tUI
per Back : .,188i150 relief skffections Office y jColnmblaCopityTaiCoIleetaraSaiB
: i the speedy of.nervous ,
.: ,. Notice.SIX'months + I Duv 1 county Sheriff Sale..: these of females; iXsinfactant and' -. ., i .i.-W''rs' : ton.- .-, I.. ,. f '
0',. ft ..., 1.51. after date'I". present ) i X VIRTUE of the authority;vested itf >w Washes, (the former secureagainst infection,'$ I .'- '. ', -' *
"SHINGLES' .ef tta Estate Wot; by Law, I shall expose foe sale.;at nblio the latter neutralises by*'chemical process,& -'i : 'Notice.Hon. .Y'
: .Y.. .. .'.. 3ool400. ._ Johnson deceased to the Hon.'Judge ef Prabute 1 I outcry in front of.the Court Honsa.door in theTa contagious cua with which .WKA,chance : t n'stMehi snob se IpSr virtne>f authorityV 'ed in me br law,I
S1fGAil : 'ask.for afinaT-Mttfei; Celia for chUdren ,Ip will for rale'ia- front -efhe\OaUrk
for Columbia county'and *&afJaekaottviIle on the first Monday in February come in contact) 811'11 ; W.made Iwil1 .JJPI.l'to.the expose
:\. 1b. .6 ..10 of the and of du : ,'lrec ,',, : House door of Columbia County,m the first Mn*
.perTDBACCb. : ment andallowanee same, my *. next the following property,t*:wit; Frederick *.vmiiin i?Corinell)yiPP BB - .'Jndr*It the Circuit Court for the'E _""_
T.- .. 5 charge_from adnunistrUio- of said'Estate. a Mulatto boy about seventeen years of age, Salve, for sores; Unguenta'.Jor.itch.'smidhe* Circuit of Florida, for leave'to sell the land be- day of J- .1the fuowndernItraci.or .
"Manufetnxe&perTh. 2550. v GREEN,JOHNSON., levied on aa the property! Daniel. S Gardiner, bams&0.;CoDyria for sore eyes;Dentiefiee longing .Jiitate.f: : ilhimeotlImtef of porccLf land tjtut im.said county.. .

TALLOW_. '. Administrator. sold to satisfy an execution issued from the Circuit CoUntories for the teeth and gums'and.. Columb"COIIDtYa4leceA. ", .... ... uW'annee rtnt'ncarLlvhgstou Ferry on'.
.1" ID "- 8 v' Alligator..Jan 8., : 6m., .' Court of L Duval.. county, H.O.Moss & Co iv ether 'remedies'manufactured'to'- ,,- .. ."t "W.WfSCOTT,:- : river,
&i said Gardiner/.' Property pointed,'out,,by, chemical and pathological(tprinciple. D-sMxtnoBRLEN,.; f :;.' n y DC heirs,for (aea duo the State;and OMB.

4AORGE H. SMITH tt CO; : FOR BALL. P'1ainti6I'-AUome1 Also at the same time,andplace recognised by thef-professlon Keaer&1l1 K '?' 1 &r'frw flu'Attorney'.. ;,'; -fur x tho. .JUf... .1,.-1", t 0.' te and cout WRIG8-r'JJ1} tax t811L.
& _
4rYnoNgER51Na AND COMMISSION Sarah.Mulatto woman about twenty-one en hand the Brick.Office oft *> D ., "A'JT
: Two "riw.1 JIous ,:AWgator, Sept.8JSL4ltf. .: .' '
; tatrill' et6
Story : .: .If f'c't' tx Tu'
MERCHANTS. of age said in obedience to-ordercf'the opposite the Court House.' : -f 'r .. "
yean "
I Ljnst completed eonienienUy /PRICE bottle phial box b..1rithfJondorJlieir1III8itloo ;- :1 ; I .r.&m I'.Dec..l J l:.. Emo1644, r.
Circuit Court of DuvaL in the matter-of per
t'5'.;:' "' .: !arranged for a large uonDy with alt 'the Heirs of Jacob,Bryan, deceased .Also, 'one *'-r&m-i .O Dn aa Cpaaty.ShsHffBale.;;J ; ,:. : :, : : .. -.:-- ... ': .11'
necessary out buudings, in-a pleas- parcel of Land situated the ofDavalJStato '.. PRESCRIPTIONS to;extenso,'?with. TTlRTUE'of tSe 'in rafl'by! v '
,I SUBSCRIBERS sy&inicdL coynepowof Antpartof the Town c.JaconrilIeMtaohed: I piece or in. 'C01ID 1 Vested .;1' .w4'Jle United,BUter JWR
and tq'ICO, '
cines &JM in hand
efiFlorlaai ,
fn'the : known as Spanish Law I shaQ for sale before the Court if
Iiia.ituersb1p : j expos i
iearrylBT 'onth.Ion'bisbeu1 to aM premises is a vegetable garden and a.Wellof to contract and the nature of the.case,. i-SteameMYANATiHOE, 'icsrtt*
; and are prepared in' make ''' ""' '* _.r* Grant granted to John Jones,situate and lying ing House door in the town of:Jac oIlYiUe,;county j
enflnt water. Title*nndisputabl .Trout .., j. the cure i*completedi of;in incurable eases 1. Piltkk 'VC f1..J4eodQ..Je at 8 oclaek,JNfng
aIN eit3sOI consignment or&i 1ICtIeia. (one of. - :. ; at junction and Montfree creek,,, ; of_Dttval:on the firrtlMonday.ln'JJnuary.nexbetween ,1 "
w firm being an a1lCti Deer.) :.Both of the firm ALSO,\ .r I containing One Hundred acre more or lcs .:;/Also -i the relief premised is aSbrded:?Special Oll the usual hours of,&ala the foUo1" :prorpertyjloVU J. .: Iel1oD ,:an4.r naodiat..a..tr:
4 WeD acqnanted with the merchant'sad 'dti* likely nng negro = oidebar&cter. ,One large;Xannber Cart. Also three yoke of, aade J.aeDl'onlU&lea.wheadesi los ;j-That certain lot'pieX or parceL'of .' ai uceoen'secooimodiUinatlw --.

ieeutof the Interior,which give them the advantage .a,'good.. cook- ,washer.<- --, and '. 'H'. S Im-' oxen... Levied on .as the propertjof4acob2lL i!:. Orders from l..t41.t with..'' -1pa" ,' land, eitnatsd'lyiDt.and being'ia the,towV ofJacksbnvilWDuvaTeonnty I gert.nd eooneetlne-wt7.'v1tb!tbe ..
of makine reaiiale* of.. oode or Ther- i y TMSQ'*. 1 Whitaker to'satisfy. an execution issued from the 1 .iU.meet withprowptsttenb.{ '' ?. and State ef.FlorUa,. h,48tatisMaiLM.4Pue. .1iW.

cbaadix*.vbkhsaay be tent U fiban.aa, con4n. A ralaabie plantation in Colnmbla'conctyin*. Circjut Court* of> Duval county:Joh S. Pickett'1 -; .. .,, r;," J2 1S512.. .' knownaadtutingnishedon"the.ptan"or plati'ol' f'P 8.oml.._ t: inoss j>

ma.t t.: J, : ji.JX "- eontainiag four hundred and forty-eight acres firs: "&' aid Whitaker.' fe'Property' pointed out 'b1 i +' '.u ff'P : said town a*lot number tl1.m .square number .I 4N
jf They w3H give ttfir- aitention to ninklnr good rat*cotton lands,' I4 wiih tie, valuable inprovemenU -: Defendant. ,; .,-', ".' :"'""" .:; 2 1ft 4' 't-. .. + .4; 1oh< \ >, two.bounded 3bZetpyt street Ead by; "
: '
S' I i: GEO.II SM1TU3herit',. A' \h".e ," Jf
,ad iflonudiate aawc. They would respectfully*oktt thereon. 'f .a.o S 1' : Marktret, by I WUDer.1' said : ,
patrons *front merehanU:and tradesmen: ALSO; <-% *' /t :, ..: B'NO.WPR1CE, Dep.'.,. Sh9jto-. :;.gn. Pel Ladjr-buth of WhOIIU.re. : square,as*' 8oib by lot !PII\Ier. .'t al49l :' ':. '. "1 1Terms i .l'' .

other eitic*.who wish to sell e >ed*1*"& lTS IollowffgIandi in Marion mntyFiatrwit $ .: 'Janil8. : :tdt. '' srians.by hirth and_edttcatUu.*,;They have the therr.Ua.aJ1. end eiagnlarlh tea*..

Any 1II1IIeII1A their line win be promptly at* i*. One Plantation containing six hundred andfortyacrestwell : .--',: .: vantage of two year experience in th :*" Wneft&a&n4a-.fenuout._. B'y&r..r" :

teaedto.. .' r, ". ,' 'improved one containing five, ,.1i.If' ..For Sale. ..:> \, and can rive satisfactory' reference.a.a* to \ ; a.
CGEORGE H.-sMITH. fcondred'sad fifty-sU acre t with'improvtunents,' TUE Resfdfink i o\ rSaWriber,; qua.liflt''ko.':A fimalo-Academy. in ; ... ,

_.- JOHN WTFRICE. -.:' and one other containing one)h ndrtd and'fifty :.!near,'th.7 Episcopal'.Church. ,.Persons thriving Village of Florida would-be. a"ar'&mYied': .' boa-':.
BmwcL-AM Reed Fcrnande*. Blebeefc sine acres well inrprov d--iirice,Reasonable,'and wishing a bargain are invited to-examiPremiscfc -, butlf this catho\be a4be n $ ; { tJ &_. io ti

<;4R Booker fcCo-Samuel W 4Aft.4Js.p terms aocommo4aUng. --3fJ.if& .K ;.'*** : -.I.m.-'\'U1. ; ;' "Title good,'and ,take 1Jarge of a.realap .cl1ooL a\GiiCr 1" ;: :. j EOiiM1Tlj oae-Utlnt" 'G. :
ABoiirs ts no ae f"lve lmmedi&te11' _* '"* Vddleu the. 1ID'dertfincd t 1 1' .! C i t4 !
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in most ; :
4' '" 1 take pleasure .
*; ; _te of Letit..lto.t b twen ae..lb .
PUBLICA1i: BOSTOW',& :QUHBY Ur 1-tm'f{ L.nmsT' a.IuabIe medi "J.t1YPllrlr..ti'c ., SAND
: < = tb,. TJnltcd* Btatea,' andr .
*,>xr*utKt xrriTTHTTjLSxuf..att 'coVN'AC1.s! '. T : "-c&zuula;' rand fUr the 30tb Jane; i I ;: -; 'jw, '.... THE.FARMEKS. ...... ,. GUIDE.- ,
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ToDr _Fn1iett'i ; : J -S" $ i4Li
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i ; J 1,_ .1 :' aiAgllt In ;orfpis r .t- :REJ.IED'tlQRiTHEiCUREiOF 'riJJacbonfnl.NOTU1S51ti. -, n ';- 7
-> COL.VMBUSDILEW4, GENERAL COMMISSIOTtutd JlERCHA1n'I .:For every u ;manuscript l" ..
; & N. .54 SlmttNIV1-ror 1
which information shall be Eosiirsa.k1.uerstnZ '
"- ; '. of any kind upon; ; A
TX,-Thrt* Dollars per'annum,,psyabl.1.1a 'CiimttBa' ,Jeffersoft [0 Siml. : asked commnnlc&tcd In writing,'or'ty marks expressing. Jolt iSV approbation of your Indian w I It'tONT1NUE to oubush the firar leading B1UYf .
'thtf Htes, CnUott 4Iatho S ..' medl in..' -l har i*"4 ii ish .Quarterly Keriaws 'and' BI&ck".ocI'
th ( ., GA. or signs senty'. 'S's .fi'l"D t. Loxicust Mft family> "
pen vrdcrfag Paper.Saj
: .ddiUonal .. .* V in addition to which they have
table shall be charged f. d forv Tery> /.L" <, .I''JI" 'i with good sucocssi if MYour'respOetfhil' Agazino recent&tft
pUpns,If not paid before the expiration JOHHBOSTOXOctobci.SOJ .. 10flXflVBT.. half ounce or fraction 'ofan'ounce ""abov?the 1'< L 1.,8W' T.' J ly commenced thtf publication of a valuable Afri-v....

rthoyear, charged $4. : 1851.E. .- ,101., weight named In this table, ,additional -singlo ;p J9X NI;.Yt1i'kl'1': / t, -' t.....ffl f'I. I enltural workrCaltedUie1 .,4. '. '. :o/w

Advertisements be inserted the following I rate. 14 to.be. charged.. "- '>.:1't- ... -. ., WhichatLstnds) ever.geeD-present d ... S t3k1onvill4?. '. ;that tot tFdrmertGwde.. to ''Scithttfiti andoPradlazJJ' ::,i

.' C 'J btbu' )oftwolre line*)for ; .M. MOORE; &'C o.P: : .' .. .'- .' :upon-its own .uierits/and heedsjno i. h.l'oh1leU-1'hb'.irm'inform"rou have sufftroil jnuoh..at different.)' S *! trctdtiiT't 'S "
per square :. >::.'1 '..'" 'J 4-'.. puffiot .IT' '111$ loTJAn.E1% TO '. t ieyertt-'yesrS!4 Jit flinT Snrincis; F.R. S.y: 'of EdJ Jfclrp;-. >.'
GENERALOOHBHSSION ; : I have tried .
tat fink and Seventy-Five Cents for subsiuattuerUon. *- 1 times from Chronic Diarrhoea your.f. "?'Book **
of the' farm
every .:. author of the &a &* ***
; : : a-
\ ',L .' ; -.ft ni t and-roceited :entire .relief, "
8t an ;
"1" 5 I ; O STA. ,.. Indian ''Loxeonst; listed John P Norton 'M. A. '
Jo Kberaidiseoaat'wOl by .New Havenf
: yearlyAdterUseri a HEROHA10TS AND ., : .a. I. .
; .
: !
I.t. QQ
; belngperflianent.r
( : : to doubtlit
.h and havp no reason
be made: "AD'transient Ad vertlse- FACTOR'S' ," ': ,, ;,.'.' ,:,'\, ,", .-_ .-::;8." I .:a 'nnHIS JL'.from several medicinal preparaUon.iscompounded roots growing in .the BeUerin.r it &.. be"a.c1ut which lJftiA two the < I Professor. &o. 'fccT cf.ScfontUUs"V .', 4gruiture'IxcYaiepoi.iIa ; ,.;: ;* 't.i

s*. tS( ; by aramiing account '. It is and t waoLtr fI1ctecJ l.preaelJt you't1 ert14cat8"h1ch joa t 'ge> 't
except persons having& "(Smelts*new Warehouse) : '--.t' .i 1 ,- '," '. .8S :,.., Wilds of Floridai vvxsut.; a1so JJ? highly twuablwork win comprise two"
With the office must h -. Vegetable,'and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure can. use as:you think prypcj- -.. .* '*** ; say; -: *
) be paid for previous to pnbli- -, : > ;f' ': I rlfo ; have '"large royal octavo.volumes,.containing overI_
'.uo6a. 219 Baif-Strcei, v; # .. .. V '' .o ,:. of,the above disease. . r .' ; .'i"S ,,40' S is,fully convinced that lit is an invaluable medicine,'I,have. nt found one Who .did. not. :reo engnvingvand .,' "
I 'O 'O ... S m re'thall 600 wood tar'
Persons, at:'a distance can. gomntbr remitUaees ] :M.: 'M ou" ..'i1rA. '. ,:: 't ;J. ..t1, ; ,0 oj, Medicine..''In'fact the test, that he has;given U celre1'etiet.S :" 1' : '' : ,- highest style of the engravings'art;IlbaitiatiDg on almost, In every "; ". *'

advertMng by the rate ct485l. At.,: ,_ in the town in which;he nsidea;andi.th: aton? : jl of in '
for following i. implement husbandry now use by the best; ,
: : :WzithiiJ.CLsctsctsCta: ; aching succeiwith which it has met, warrants '1 ; faththyrhJackzondle. r
On* (twelve lines tis month v .r I farmers the best methods of ploughing planting
) published
:Joseph; Baker H.LD', Weighing I oz.orundarteing ? him in saying that it'Is;a.POSITIVE.CURE. ... Jacksonville Dec. 4th 1851. '?'&e. & *,* *
harvesting the various dom lt:
fer. : -':, $1000 : : ; : single rates: -.>v'i;;. .. .W .8 ,'6 10 .15 He.has therefore come'.to''determination to animals 0. '3
TJo.qgfojaxrnonth, I.' '1500 PRACTrnONER OF. MEDICINE,MTOWIFERY -; ; Over Jos. and not over 1 os.;Vf 6. 12, 20. 80 '1 place within the reach.of all knowing how msHny "Dr.E. PoinseltDfliicSir t Tiree'parts of a. highest-perfection; in shore tb* ,
t .- AND SURGERY. Over 1 os. and not over U 6 s. 9 18 SO 45'j suffer with this very unpleasant and often dan Bottle of your most. .medicineealle&Indian -(Pictorial feature the book' li unique/ and wiB )!
Legal and other Business Cards, an. 10 00NetUes 60, Lozeoust has entirely relieved me of render It of Incalculable value to the student of4'*
per Over Ol.&nelnot'over2 208.12-21! ((40 Disease, particularly in the Southern1,and a severe i S.-- '
Office v4Me"carnqr' .Market ;land:Fpnifi\ .50. 7S. roe attack-of Diarrhoea. ;1 cheerfully,recommend cu1ture.!. ,): *
to debtor-sand creditors," .- 700 Overl, 01. and Dot!onr 21 0'15i.80 States., ., :- i.; ; g .". t
cAt Court House.JACKSONVILLE :"Indian Zioxeoust be medicine to those similarly afflicted The work Is being,published In Semf-montlly ,
Stalls, oppoI In purchasing your. "
Apt Heatlon forlett administration; 5 00 w E* Um-\tn.' .my Numbers W pages*each, exclusively..of'the"Steel '
S With &e.
NoUeeX Application for'dismissal,as Administrator ..., : Tu., f ngle' rate,as above '. .-.-\ 5 10 20' '10 20 '15 8r'" particular the label. and :.OOktor my I written--signature. on : ".THAD respect; cANDitEvs.'AIERIOANAiTh yours engravings, and is sold at 25 centsV of 9$ llif
Over "oi: and not.'bver I Os..10. -
| ; : ot'wtihere4
forth entire work In
W-' :. .Vct.lG: 11' o. T' t' numbers. ,
*. few certificates
$1000 t"l .; OveVloj; and not'overli 01..15' SO1 80 ,45. I referthe public below to a selected will be at least twentv-two;, .C*'.- K t.
For candidate for 5 00 01120'.40 ;40 j\ from among many received from respectable : - %.'
announcement office Over 1| os. and not over 2 FOREIGN The British PorudlcaUrepnblijhediaraal'fonowsvls
No announcement will bo made unless the same N, ..qOB.WIN..k'O.jO: ,ORCHARD Over 2 08. and not over 2 '08.2560 M 75 oiUieni of Jacksonville.' : EGBERTPOINSETT.* u AGENCY oft_ ,- -_5- -- : :

b* accompanied.with the amount charged. -" Middletowa, OrangecountyNew _NOTE.-.-From and after the 30th"J nne 1851,tho .j ( '. CITY WASHINGTON, .The London Qaariert.R.ri.(Conservat1ve\ '" '
-- PiS..Planters should not bo without this valuable ; a The "
EdinbtJ'gRev1ew (WhIg> Thoott.British
inland letters ,
of the rates '
be mode computing [ S
,will York.
Editorial notices tor. benefit upon '
prlTate. -L letters from. one office:within ,the United Medicine.' >Every family'. ought to keep.it TTNDERthe the direction AAKON HAIGHT Review/ (Free Church,) The 'WestmInster -

barged double the rate.of advertising.; Fruits Fruit And'Ornamental TUBES, 1 States or Territories to another,and also:upon on hand. U PALMER of New York, 'and WORTH- Review,'(Uber4)'and Blackwood's Edinr .

elisions..Obituary and Marriage notices,,will Plant, Shrubbery &e.'&., furnished to I! letters between the United States and the British ';:;AiM.REED:: .,' Agent. for Jackson INGTON GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New I burgh Magazine; (Tory.) .' l
Order. .I North American nrovinces-is to bo as follows, to ville.,. Orleans 'AttorneyS and!,Oounsellore of the Supreme : Although these works are distinguished by 1. .

b.pabllshedgrsUs., wit-,'Single rate, if not exceeding half an'ounce ; do1irtf. the United States.' _,_ : political shades above Indicated, yet but'a small
Communications, must be post pa.! / :
--- exceeding an ounce; treble rate if exceeding an Dear Sir This win inform you'that one bottle oWectsr' ubjects. -It"is their literary character wh1cJa.t

VJ.,P. Sanderson JAmES,m< :BAKER, ounce but not.exceeding an ounce,and a-haIl; of your'medicine;called. INDIAN LOXECUST,' has 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Com of gives them their 'chief value, and in that they; ,

+? and so on Charging an' additional rate for every. permanently cured two of my negroes of.a severe the United States and:conduoting professional land confessedly far above all other Journals ate \

ATTORMCT AND, COOK8F.LT.nR AT. LAW, 'Ai-r9IiNETATLL'I' ;- additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce. attack of Dysentery I I'consider. it an' excellent business before Congress; their class. Blackwood, still under the' masterly .

removed hi* office; from Columbia Alligator, Columbia,Co., EastiLi.hit ,Ft ri. ,a. S The mode of computing rates upon'letters to medicine for this complaint, and take great pleasure ,2. For.the prosecution and recovery of all claims guidance of Christopher. North maintains Its.ancient "
HAVING' to Jacksonville, Daral County : '. Great Britai;and to all other foreign countries,' in recommending it to the public.' I in law or equity, against the United'States before I celebrity., and Is, at this time unusually attractive -.' :
Smith & .El O'Brien' tho British North'American- provinces'excepted, Respectfully. Congress or the executive Departments or from the serial works of Bulwer and ota- "
rMpeetfuHy informs his friei.uU that bo will continue will.remain as at;present under the, act of 3d .v S. D. FERNANDEZ.-- against,reign' Governments before Boards of er literary notables, written for that Magazine .

tho practice of hu profcwion as formerly. ATTORNEYS.iT;LAW, March ISO, and agreeably to instructions appended ,To Mr.E. PoTnsett.' Commissioners. and first appearing in its columns both la ,GnU:

11. will attend at eactt and e\'erl'rerm of :Florida to tho table of foreign postages.. ? '. 3. For' tho settlement of accounts with the Britain and in'the United States. Such works as
Alligator; Columbia Co., East .J.&c oNV, May 6th, 185IThis State '*,
Circuit the cvernl Conntic of 'DIRECTIONS ,Treasury, War Navy Post Office and "The Caxtons"and 'My New Novel (both by .
the in M Wiirr SMITH, I M. O'BRn.,'.- S is to certify it is with'much pleasure that I Interior Departments, and obtaining the remission Bulwer.) "My Peninsular Medal," "Tha Green
the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of Office at Alligator., I| Office at.N wnansvme.1S. }1st! Every letter or parcel i;not exceeding ha1an announce to the Public that I have been effectually of fines penalties and forfeitures, for alleged i Hand" and other serials, of which numerous rival

Hamilton tn*tho Middle Circuit, the Supreme ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single letter cured of the distressing complaint called Dysentery violations of tho revenue,post.office, or other I editions.are Issued by the leading publishers la :

BAKER or rate.2d. .- .: ? I I by' the .highly recommended of laws. this country, have to be reprinted by those pub-.
U. .V Court St. W.
Court at Tallahassee, and the at All .drop-letters, or let ten.placed in any Mr E.Poinsett. I had'resorted to man, things 4. For securing letters patent for inventions Ushers from the pages Blackwood, after it hat

Augustine. All burineM ciitnutrd to his care ATTORNEY AT LAW.JACKSOKVILLE post office, not for,transmission, but for" delivery but of no avail; I was induced, to try his verypalatable from the United States or from- foreign Govern teen issued by aiessrt.:Scott tf Co., so that subscribers ,

will receive prompt attention.' EAST J' LOR IDA. only shall be charged with postage at the.rate of and pleasant Medicine and to my great ments and procuring land warrants and pensions to the Reprint of that Magazine may always .

Address & Jarlctontittt one cent each. satisfaction was completely cured within a few under the various pension. laws of the United rely on having the, earliest reading of thes
J. 1 .ti>CKSo*, 5
.1 Reference, 3d. Each deputy'postl r; whoso compensation days and have not been troubled since with that States.S S fascinating tales.

D-pal fowssJy. Itarsda.Jaekionvrne JJo 1. W. B. FLEMLNO, Savannah Georgia. for the hut preceding fiscal year(ending the so much dreaded disease. S 6. For collections generally embracing debts ._TERMS-per annum., ..

,Jan. 17, *J. tfft 80th June) did not exceed$200,may send throughthe I am happy to say other immediate cures have legacies and inheritances,.in. .the. United States for any one of the four Reviews |3 00 '
March 20, 1851. tf mail all letters written.bll himself and receive come-under my 'own-observation .within a few and foreign countries For any two do 5 00,',

}-Gen. Jnrnv A. Prdrn can at all .times through the mail written communications days. ,1 cheerfully add my mite to the already ., 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of I For any threedo. ,7 00 -'

be found at the office of Cot. J. P. SAXPKOSOX for OSSIAN B..HART, addressed to himself on his private bvxineu,which great amount of testimony,with regard, to your the States or Territories of the Union and loaning I For all four of the Reviews, '8 00 '-,'

ATTO'RN.EY' LAW shall not exceed in weight one half ouue; free of Valuable Medicine. I am, &0. moneys on mortgage of' real estate lying. For Blaekwood's Magazine, SOO.'
tbelirformanco of,professional service,'and.will postage. This does not authorize them to frank : M. HEAkNirro therein: .' For Blackwood and three Reviews ,900*

&bq.tteM to the business of the latter .gcntloi KEY WEST FLA., any letters unless written.by themselves and
'during the occasions of hu absence.Dec. Practices in the United States and State Courtsof their private business only; nor does it authorize ': I and State stocks and loans;collection of the dividends For Farmer's Guide [complete in 22 Nos.] ft 06 *
the Southern District of Florida. them to receive free of postage any thing but .JACKSONVILLE, May 21,ISS thereon and, generally for the transaction Payments to be made in all case In advance.

..25, 1851.T July 10-tf written communications addressed to' themselves .Dear Sir : Iconsiderit to-bo amatterof. duty of all business pertaining to a law, loan, and .CLUBBING. '

. and on their private. business.. ; to inform yon that I had been laboring under aVery I banking agency. . A diIC01IDof twenty-five per cent- from th*
: me Queen Hclntosli JOHN O.HATELY '- violent attack of.Oiarrh a.which baffled the "All communications ,addressed,,postpaid, to above prices will be- allowed to dubs ordering .

c 'ATTORNEY AT r..d lY', Newspaper Ratesperquanter; when tent from skill of two Physicians, and rendered me unable Messrs.Palmer & Snothen. .American and Foreign four or more copies of any one or more of tH.
AT TO II EY AT LAW. the office publication, to actual and bona fid to do any work., But fortunately, when about.to Agency, city' of..Washington, will receive above works.' Thus 4 copies of Blackwood or >

Witi attend the Circuit:Courts in the Eastern OFFICE. NEWNANSVILLE tubtf.ribert:' J give up all hope of ever obtaining relief I heard prompt. and faithful attent'on. one of the Review will be sent to one address for;

Clreitt J'the United States District Court at St. I! From after the.00th. of June 1831: for'each Sf your "INDIAN LOXECUST and the use CALMER & StfETHEN, $9 ;'4 copies of the four Reviews and Blaekwood .

Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; EAST FLORIDA. I newspaper not exceeding three ounces in weight,' of five Bottles has entirely restored me to health. Office No.,5 Carroll Place, CapitolIlilLJuy8. for $30 J and so on. .. '

and Claims for citizens in part of sept.11, tf. the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly 1 take much pleasure to recommend ur Medicineto .lawtf. $> Orders 'from Club must bo. sent direct t 4 .
any in advance. These rates on1y..appty'wl1cre all those who may be similarly afflicted.' the publithert, as no discoun&:from these price

Florida against the Government at Washington United States Mutual Insurance the paper is sent from the office of publication: 'Yours,'&c., .BENJAMIN.DAVID. Bounty 'Land and'General Agency can be allowed to Agent .' :.

eithcrbefore! Congress or at the Departments. Company actual and bona fide subscribers. .. : To E Dsott.Esq._ Money, current. the States' where Issued wffl
tngtoJ .Di C. be received at *
East Florida. par. ; -.V
Jacksonrilte '
> ADDRESS, WEST.I OTTSDAM. NEW YORK. S .T4cxSONVILLEJlU1e'27j; 1851. ,-Remittances and. communications should
tf :Dear Sir i.I: am entirely relieved of :complaint T.-W LKER wID "give prompt
May 2. 1850 -. a my JOSEPH be always addressed post paid or franked,to the.
O.iii thanks to for ."INDIAN LOXECUST. ,uttention_ to the BOUNTY
KIN SLEY.B. GIBBS Agent .1i'.' you your Publishers. LEONARD SCOTT& CO...
'James W. Bryant i 'o ,o. : ," it is the best I have 'ever, used for the LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged .79 Fulton .N. Y..entranceGold st., .
,0. JUATPORT lULLS DUVAL CO.;FLA., S h-. G, ..I .a .d diseaaeand,1 feel happy recommending it to the in the FLOHIDA WAK, or in either of the ftDIA S ,

mi.NEY'.AND: CoUNSELlDR..1 T.L\, May 22,1851 tfSAM'L *-aOH O'i public.. '' Yours,' truly; WARS in which the U.'States have been engaged, : ".Tie Globe. .:
.' / J I" S GEORGE COULTER. I or the ,War with Great,Britain of lto
the Courts
to Professional business in : '
Will attend Agricultural Literary'
'To E.'Poimnit, Esq. claims on-theTJ.States for MIITTABT SERVICES, Congressional ,
er the Batter Circuit of Florida and in the Fed- HO.YT.O.o., '* S Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.: N. surttJES PENSIONS LOST PEOPEETT, &c., and'to: .Newspapers .. *

oral Court for the Northern. District of Florida. Not over- BO miles 25 15,10, '6 2i li TOf".IsI..cvD' ; St;John's Beach;t.' ... any description of business requiring an Agent or nrom ondersigned submits to the pubis' hIs/ -
.t ALSO ACE GINlHA1' OMMISSIO .MEliMS Over,60 'and not'over .. 5 August 7, 1851. 5' Attorney at Washington- For procuring Land JL. .proposals the ULOBI and its reports for

:::. .' !T 300 miles' ', '50SQ: 20 10 .Ii '2\ Dear Sir This will inform you that three of Warrants his charge will-be $5In; other cases the next session'of Congress. ,Congress has now'
fuii 'Business in the State respectinggra4ti children ill with tho' the charge win Be proportioned to the nature and the that il,
general i In The Buying AndS; lling.Or Over. 300, not over 1000 -: 'I my were dangerously Dysentery so liberally patronized; undertaking
or Diarrhea for about six* weeks I,tried of the case. win be established standanLwork worthy'of\
audI: donations of bonds, and the locationr miles 75 45 30, 15 71 SI difficulty .a ,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL Over 1000 not ov 2000" ahnost everything that generallyroeueffiihrdoNI He will also act in connection .with Agents.or ts official imp.rimatlU'.1II11esa the undersigned taUt,
,selling thereor.W IMPLEMENTS AND .miles' 100 60 40 20 10 .5, disease; but all to no effect. A mend misset Attorneys in Florida, who may' be employed in in his duty.. .This will not be'the case if earnast' '

i ll. ALSO AGENTfor .MACHINERY.ALSO. Over 2000,not over. 4000'' -. commended me to try lour Medicine eallednae Bounty Land and other-claims'on terms which effort can avaQ. 'The GLOBE it the only"paper"
DIAN.LOXECUST.'? procured it-ande be agreed Letters [which should be that will furnish full of the and:
the collection of Claims'upon the United miles 125 75 50 25: 12J 61' mhaWl may upon. reports proceedings
,. ,,.. Over 4000 miles 150 90 60 30 15 '7j"TJIRECTIONS. to say that li Bottles of it cured all thro post paid] will receive immediate attention. debates of the two'Houses of Congress; and biffing -
Mates,for. Military or other services, pensions, Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones- : Eusopasv .: children-hoping your valuable Medichil June 5.. lawtf. received their sanction as such,the best Reporters
supplies furnitihed volunteers and for horses or Colagen Cullin and Bolting Cloths.. Abxvevery eeom8'general/Known e.tl*t.n th*t may S will be engaged to write out \the debate

ether property lost,for which the United States kind of produce North and South and CASH paid be afflicted with this.disease may hare" a-certain Notice..' of each day which will undergo the revision,
when sent above .
JV 'only '
for Wool Hide. Deer let; kIpapen' as and. safe. remedy,' "Yours truly- the Members. .The work,* after passing through
Cable; be delivered free in the where
is stated,are to county 'S.JAMES" LATIMER.' the DAILY GLOBS and receiving correction will
Aacliaonvrne.Es4 Florida. 'HOYT:. HAMPTON. LIBDLBO. they are published ; and this' "although'],conveyedjnthemaiover5omiles. To E.PoinsettEaq.: ; S -S OF.THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE* I be presented, as finished, in.the CONGSESSICCULGLOBE
and ,
References: 2d. Newspapers containing not over 300< square LCiSONYILLJUl7-30! 1851. : in'interest-f"i
The debates will
J. HcRobert Baker probablyincrease
Messrs. ANDERsoN& Co., FEAUKLCT&BwrrLY inches, are to,be-charged one quarter. the'a" : a&ove. Dear Sir t I have tried your very valuable Mod- BY'-arecent Act of Congress, officers and sol during the next,.ClS oD.. The one subject which.
S have
not received
ATTOR.VEY4COUNSEI..T.OR.AT LAW WEB! & PALMKS DE5SLOW & rates.' > cine for.Diarrhaa and find it ) are entitledto
TER SWIFT by far the best and engrossed the hut,will doubtless give way to otit
T* JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA., Co., Savannah,' Ga.; Wai. P. MILLEU & Co., 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to ex- safest cure for this dangerous disease that I'have BOUNTY LAND for'erviC of one monthor era.of great. variety, which in this progressive"

New York;RrooLES Nonas, MASON&Co., Boston change free of postage one copy of each number ever known or heard of.My little daughter aged more i the widows and minor children of those country,the conflicts,party, and the nihitJem
WrM. practice in the Courts of the Eastern Mass. F. B. ESQ. New and this privilege ; LOOMIS London only i "newpa.pen, two years, had suffered,long:and was reduced K for place and-distinction, necessarily produce.
Jutri 'Circuit. lathe Supreme Court at Jack Ct.; H. S. McCouBS Esq., Wilmington, Del. published in Canada. .S to almost a skeleton and r tried part of undertake at' a moderat compensation. the Vast interests will be at stake the decision,

oa' '4He, and in the United States District Court Savannah August 2Stb, 1851. sept. 4-tf 4th. The weight of newspapers'must: be taken"or a Bottle of your "INDIAN ..LOXECUST and claims in of those office interested.for several'Having his been employed of the next Congress; and there upon is great talent in 1
determined when they are in a dry state ** it has acted like charm,the.child is now.improving public years experience both branches which will be evoked in'their discussion.
.r:'the Northern District of Florida. Having 5th. l'ostmasters are; not I entitled. to: receive. and may be seen by those who do not be- in sncn.matters will enable him to afford great All the honors of the Republic, dependant '

*efficient and reliable agent at Washington he JOHN A. EIAYER, DRUGGIST, newspapers free of postage under their- franking lieve."' Respectfully. facilities to claimants-for* LAND' AND PENSIONS on tho succession to the Presidency as wellas

will 'prosecute claims against the UnIted States Nth 1M Brooghton street, SarannsJt, G* privilege "- *- A. V. COLVIN and and save Where them he a great'obtains deal of trouble all the great and permanent interests which g\.
6th. Payment advance does not entitle the expense. '
before Congress and the Departments at Washing-. for sale every article mule to .deduction from the above .ToE.PoinscttyEsq.ST' charge u made. 'All Jetters post-paidwin receive to the advancement of the power of the country,
.OFFERS besides-* party paying. any. NICHOLAS Fja.. attention and.the forms will give impulse to the action of the next Congress. '
toait ;: rates. .- S ; ,July 31,1851, prompt ,. necessary and .. .r. -S .'. .
Gas Camphine Instructions sent. J' ,V "VCnW.'BENNETT
Being permanently located at JacksonviHo hewg1veb1sentire Lo.JI1r .Dear Sir-This is to certify that two Bottles of The Daily Globe will be published daily daring
Landreth's Fresh Garden .
Haiti of Pottage to be charged all transient Medicine calledINDIAN... Atfy.Washington
upon your LOXECUST"has *
the the
attention toblsprofcuion -- session Congress,and weekly remainder
and nnremittlnj ; Seeds
D. C.
,NcKspapen and other description of Printed permanently cured two of S '
every our Negroes cia severe of the It will contain full and.faitbfllht-J
and all biutnces eutnuted to.hh.eat Bgu&e. fcc.and' retail. lJlatter,'exapt Newspaper and Periodicals,' Diarrh a....1 take pleasuro in recommending Octobcr185Ott. ports of year.the proceedings"of.both Houses bf Congross

.'. I puilithed at intervals not exceeding three month your valuable Medicine-as being'without doubtone and miscellaneous articles those .
N.D. Spirit manufactured and 'alwayi and tent from the office cfjnublicatfon tff actual of the best and safest Notice.. t' ; oji 'genera'
1"t Ie will alto attend to any business ar frsh. remedies for this disease. subjects to which it is devoted. :
.. :" and for sale a low 8 can be purchased i the and bona fde tubxnberi.' '* that I have heard of or seen. Yours trnly. Subscribers to the building fund of St The Weekly Globe will contain Agricultural;

NOTARY PUBLIC:;AN3 COMMISSIONER' &thern makt for cash or approved cdt -. 5- -. S W.O.jfcINTY, .. ALL CHurch,"Jacksonville,who are entitled and miscellaneous articles; and will occasionally'
.'Jo Jo Jo '"
.Ar/pointcd .by the < oycTnors of the following JNO. "Nc. o' G 8 G .ToEFoinzott, Esq., to shares in*said Church' are-requested to give debates of such importance as command.l-J
For each
State to'take Testimony' AuUavits and Ac I 1' '.'jIcKsoNvrLLE" present their vouchers to Dr.A.&Baldwin,Treasurer versa!Dterest. .
orI Juno 9th 1851.
< additional : ;
oe used therein if DYING AND $COURINtESTABLIShMENT; ounce ;. .. of the Building Committee by and- before The price of the Weekly Globe is reduced
knowledgments r"Siri
fraction of ounce have
an Dc I \
0 8' 8' used 10u Indian-Loxecust the 15th November all
'. next and persons baring oee dollar with a view to obtain a more general
f Maine, Virgin, be10ndthetenounco! i' ;. 's in my family, and have found it a very valuable accounts against said Church for materials or circulation. ;", -

Vermont North Caroliin, NO. 73' YORK STREET, in this table, an additional -., si 3 : 18: 8. remedy for Diarrh a.. I take-.great pleasure,in labour;&o,will also present them as above speci >The Congressional Globe win embody as it ha*
a a '
rate ,will, becharged. : ca : ? recommending it to the public. -
f.oulb' Carolina !ecl.A.: S. BALDWIN -
rtJlassachusetU t. done for the last seventeen
REAR OF Congressional
( ) '" 01 ; A years
TIE : .. :; Respectfully .J. E.TOWNSEND.. '.TreasVBnil'gCom'e, and debates "- .
proceedings ,
Nevr York, Georgia, ,I SAVANNAH GEO. 4 ..'eO IP O CD Egber Puthsett'Eaq. "
.1-' St.'JonnsChur
& SI. -- 'S The Appendix will embrace the revised speech [
Penn'Aylranla, Alabama, .- 0 .'O 0 JACKSONVILLE HL :;Oct9tf.; separately and the messages of the:'President oT

Delaware Mississippi, ALEXANDER GALLOWAY S Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts.'Cts. ; Fla., May 17, 1851. S the United States and the reports of the Heads of7
>UfyIao4, Texas. RETURNS his thanks to h friend for the Ono o%:or under 1 2 S .'4 5 Dear: Sin This may certify to yon that 1 had a .N 1c .. t" the Executive Departments : .

jan 1.-lyOSQAR has received Overloznotover2os? '2' 4' 6 8 10 negrogirl suffering under< a severe attack of Diarrhoea IE'tiNri R.SIGNED. having'f formed a Co- The Congretsional Globe and Appendix will W

business in this city,in 1832, lee state to his 4' 2'/f /'-34Z.6 ,'9 12., 15 ,! and that the use ''of,one bottle of your .JL partnership for the Practice of:Medicine -published as fast as the proceedings of-Congress

HART friend.an the gener1. that during his 'UI Su: '( ": 4'':;, 4, ,8, '12 ;16' 20 preparation called ."Indian Lox C1l8t." effectually respectfully offer their professional'services to the, will make a number. Snbscribrrs may expect ea*>i
r ? p ,he has acquired .Ie '44 M <4-5.' ; 5. -10':15: .20 25 cured her and would take this method of recommending citizens of.J number of each a week during the first four week

._ .;A."T OK; ,,2V JETY ,AT_ LAr.Ofioft various improvements connected with' ". .6", oC' u. 6." i 6 12, 18 '24 30 it as a very valuable Medicine. ..L8.MURDOJKM.D. of a session and two or three numbers of each ft
.' 6" :7f .-7: '14 21 '28,85: I iU I Yours truly.; ,JOHNS BItANTLEY. week afterwards, until the end of the session.
:. &
Upon the Second floor at the Court-house,: DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING, Mr Poinsett.' .. : R. P,DANIEL, D. .
.U ; '-S
7. u,8' 8 .16 24. 82 140 ; Egbert Complete indexes to the ;Ofl4t.GlINand
) Office tho-cO directly North the
.-1 .it.- Forsytbr street. which he trusts will enablobim to on Buffingr -
. : 'give generalsatisfaction .'! 8" .n; 9" ..9 1812r. Appendix will be sent to subscribers after
86: 145 soon -
.,., ,, .: .. House..
::1r 'yraetiee i InHhe'B3vefal counties.of the. with their t all who may"-.'pcuo' t favor him ",. .9'.t4.. .'"-10",oI0o20 80 ".- 40, .50 "' JACxZONYU.LETuly26..1851,: jO.t r,,.30/1331." -: 3m. Congress adJourns. "..TJ"Nothing

Circuit of. Florida', and attend to..thoeeDeeUon Ladies' t.rona. :Drosses'Shawls .to'': !H-S S -: S ; 'Dear Sir r Sometime since I Was'attacked with ,. cia political aspect wil lappoar in the
of claims against tho United States for DIRECTIONS. a severe Diarrhoes/T-so severe that I could not attend Globe save that which will be found in the Cen-i
leaned and various
dyed ol 1 a t give good to business.. I was recommended to f.j.ACard ,. gressional A, 'usamfng'to beam
my try reports. j&peI'
o.iies other satisfaction." 1. On transient
Military services and f lost or ;dyed, every Tiewspaper/unsealed circular -
Tabl "INDIAN vehicle for
& your LOXECUST. I procured 'ono ffllHE SuDScriber having leased the well-known impartial aIr sides,cannot maintain its

preportj lost destroyed by troops in said service. in may the bo r GtmD'.gelUlrDov&d magazine, handbill book engraving ana pamphletperiodical/other \., llottl'i'of U"At; ; the same time two members of JL house formerly keptby Mr. John' Clark character if the"editorial' ,000I1IDD1Jeil apartyi

) ,> Us6,eWes for peusloni of disabled soldiers,,ot surpassed g done at 'dyed matter.; the above every rates:must description'printed in'all cases my family were afflicted with tho same disease f takes this method t>f 'informing JcitiIeD.I-of hue. --S 5. 5
th North & We all used the medicine from? the;one Bottle; Jachsonvflle and vicinity that he is nowjready to -TERMS. 5
ldwjndorphanI of deoeaied soldSers 'nsy.bereqaired.( Ladies' black be prepaid, according to the Jweight .. : .
; and I am now happy to inform TOO that,it cured sorVQ icfreahmen to at any hour of,the day from 7 For one copy of the Daily Globe- (daily daring
ifdfvclainu for,bounty land_ :to officers Dd sol-- cl and pressed'. I Gloves a superior.tI; Ladles t \;2. Whenever any to printed bo matter on'Which, th* us all entirdy..-We, are now all wall and: hearty o'clock in the morning until 10 at,night -he can : the session of Congress,''and weekly
postage required
dies and the widows and orphans doccasod of- approved London a"themo t prcpaIdsheI1hrougkthetaattetionof.Postmastersce'otherwise from the use-of- only one Bottle,of your: Valuable furnish,Lunch t!at the shortest notice vis f Cold : ) arear. : ..': $5 00

U. KIEL has f? sent without shall ew, Yours,, truly, "" Hamy eff T9ngue,Pigs, feet, Tripe,? Shrymi F-d.tD1n5ereceas.Globe for less tliania.yeari.at '
Agent for prepaymentthe same bocharged'with '
TIMOTHY B-1 etl month.E ?" .
4'lU"1dII't. HARRIS. Sardines &c. a
Fish he has had his
; Liquorsai
establishment and will double the above rates. .. .
:j&soi .. $aMentlontb conveyancingtt attend to the ,To -
? For
reception and delivery of work kJackIonril1ean4 8. Bound books and parcels of printed.matter, .' .. Wines selected by good Judges in New.or ,,and one copy of.Veek11'Q* tor.aurear
titles and 'iooordl..ancl ascertaining paid the.highest prices for them,and hashe thinks ; j c-:';. J oft
the \ ,
surrounding Terms not 32 ouncesahaiLbe\
.ehUmsUlaadtr- March 21 i&0.country.- moderate;. ., weighing over_ -. deemedmailable 2. :Mandarin,1 Fin.,Oct. j, 1851.. Wines and Liquors of.the first quality also l'or-o I Fvr one ropy of tho OongNnianal. Glob d-J V J'*
'tr matter. _
-- win with riodtdllla Tn1hlLtu- at. .4nr'ni.'it.- : JI\.AA, _I Dear Sir-Some timo since I was on visit. near ,ter and Ale;:Gentlemen will please call and judge ring tho session *>}'- "'.. < 1 QQ
him meet
411 business entrustedto your,place (and was 'suddenly! taken sick for themselves For ono of the'Appendix ,tto
-.. lug three;months 'and sent from the office of very and,ipeak,of me as they.find me. copy during
prom attentlon;and ati.instruments of writing, .' i Sea Island Cotton Gins.. lication to actual,and bona..-subscribers;pub Your Indian Loxecnst was}recommended. The No fains will be sparedtoplcase all who may favor session 1 BD
irfU Jbe tcdbIbIa yith neatness.and de ,are friend that I was visiting happened to haTe-a bot- meI wil1a call. ',, : ,3. SiTYLERi For fbur copies of either or part of b to be with
half the
: ; ..SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity charged one, ,rates"mentioned tle of it La the house and I used it,'and'take pleasUre Jacksonville Oct.2.'1851., '. faT the session .'"5 09
Ip&kh.o"JaeboDriDf.la 'JM. to Inform the planters! Long in the last above table and prepayment of a quarter' '
? JStaple-Cot- informing you that it cured, me. ;1 a1Q For ten copies of eitheror part of both do -
; .25 1851. U tons that he still continues the manufacture of the .postage thereon muslin all cases be required. M '
averse having my name 'in print,but stiff for Nassau OOUDt1'ax Collector's Sale ringthe session -10 Oft
ROLLER Periodicals published at:intervalsof. .than ,
latest HORSE more -
improved GINS' dou the benefit those that '
..e.bB'v CT ,' ble and single;at his usual rates and Is ready to. three months are charged with"the full rate which publish this If you think maybe it nec mary afflicted; ",'you*can'., BY.,.VIRTUE;of authority in sue by Wvest- 'Th 'prices for these papers are so'low;that ad.,
All all orders at the shortest notice.' must be prepaid.1 : .::I vane payments are indispensable to carry.
1IL'IAThis AT WASHINGTON ?,I ? Yours. with respect ': will'expose for{sale-:in front of.the
'For the 'of the NOTE.-In case there on o'iIn Court. on, and no order will be attended"tommies) _
reputation Gins apply to the following any newspaper j S 8USANNthHAJtTLEy. House door.of Nassau county, on the first '" -- ', r .
..I/'J ..;j' ..: Agents;or to those who,have them In uses periodical;pamphlet or other-.printed .matter/or "DrE Poinsett, Jacksonville Fin, ', Monday of March,1852,,the following described money accompanies it. n !

;1 William' Et Keaaangh, ,AOENT8. .. paper;connected -therewith;\ any manusorJptof -. 'i 'i. _-o, '. ,. .. .,,' tracts. or parcels'of land &In sald.countyi Subscriptions may, be remitted. br'aaQ/at 0.
any kind by which information snail be asked for < One risk money at part in, the section. of cotntej-
tract 250
5"S GraveD.Y1Iill Oct.20. 1851. containing acres,,lying near the res : '
; xtoT ,niNsvAImavztui, 'vin&1oD ,
& A Aeoita where subscribers reside.- _
Centervillage Ga. ,
or communicated in writing;or by marks or signs; Dear Sir Your Indian Loxecnst idenceof MK John Higginbotham on, A "
(; linacs his attention to the arfeutfvaent Capt'jB. It.By thewood,Beaufort, S.C. the said agoodmed- swamp 10HNQ;
tojgiv* prompt newspaper,periodical,pamphlet, or other Joino.t' Some time since I purchased bottle from called Little Mills;another tract lying on Funka's o'
and proseentlw of claim before Con- Then Scott & DeVeaux, Charlesten, 8.,C.- printed matter becomes subject to, letter''postage AiM Reed Esq.-yonr agent and gave it to tone .swlD,.oont&IniDg-250 acres.' ,These lands are ..JY ton.CJtr..oeL 15,1350 Wan fc, a.

: tni &Harris. Ocala E.Florida. and it is the'duty of the Postmaster to remove bt my negroes that had suffered much from described by surveyors as belonirine to Sanohex.
p ir'sjByiBf Kxeeutlve Departments.Qafiw very ; ;
| Fernandez, DUbee & Co:JacksonvW. ,;... the wrappers and envelopes from All:printed mat. attack MQ : qt s
severe of.Dysentery.It cured hinu.Soon and are sold for taxes due from & Taxes duo ,.r.BR.Jg
aritiog (from the lUvolutJonary, Florida, K.. .Duk l. Pa1atka ro.P.'; ter and pamphlets not charged with letter lttr '
postage, afterwards I had another negro attacked with the the State. .$ V> 1 .. ,
S. Hoyt & Co.;, Savannah G. "' S S -
-4_,Mexican., wars; Invalid; Revolutionary,Half- > for the purpose of ascertaining;whether berau is same diseased J purchasedanother. .bottle, and it '5- f' '&**KTOUOXDQCKS ,mHE.\mDfRlGNE1Ha.te"< -
8. L.Nlbhwk Co WuuUaoclat
. ,, Alligator,El Pt' nor connected.with any such printed matteror cured him also.-" .', Sheriff .
PensionsNaval "Ie /. fc"v i J dex off. Tax Colloctor'd .? :: JL
Wi.WlcIow. or' Army; "Lartinger k llarri*'' Elixabethtown; .Lo in such, S .. Informing the puhlia that ho is ready to wndea- '
i' packageany" .or.1 thing which I t .: 'ip --
do not hesitate 'I"
.,, .. .- I A moment?in *tecommendlng ..1). ,
,. Bricklaj1ngMaso
.Xil7'JLaid'oir J5 rip(1(t under Jaw pt_Feb. 11, powi'cs--.. would authorise or require the charge bf a higher I your Indian Loxemut to the public, at-being.the i. ... ., > F1uterinrS1cao W'

4Wor 10"JS.8: Arrearages of.Pay and -ALsaT>j" frr 1. i, rate of postage thereon.?. OK IN;iL'HALLi ,., 1 most certain remedy,for,Dysenterythat I] iave Nassau OountyOoUectorjflYV1RTUE & ; 9i v tctv,Ysfio wiu jiurxusu'1'pians,janct.dawbv..
ExrJuBoxM Bftbrau' 'be: :,. $;.W'POlbn.GeneraL, ': wien'deeIredby persons fox whonjr-* 1zvis.
issgsdai returning :FolnnUersJ 'ctA.Imi.tor can. had of'th* ".5-' ever us dor hoard of.- If you see proper.70UCID to .
'. subscriber at moderate:rates::Persons wanting :\-.POST.Qrncg DmftTanaTMqio 14, 1851 11\ pnbUsh.thJa.'Yo urs'triiIy ;" -' ftnthority"Inure by law vestS .exeeuto"work,1 withoutexticharg.sH51ft'

tterie...*"lost'and. other'Property det. .>y 04. .;,"Ex'ttnafjotti Gins or Gins repaired. .please*direct to .'Agents. &*, .s" .* ,:"MILESPRICE..VprEPoinBet ; t' .s-; .xposo for.sale,:Jnffront of,the weflkntiwn to. the dtlsens; Jacksonville at;*
li crrc4olmzntacm before being Wto.' S..L.'DURN ' Coart-U011l door of Nassau: county onthe first compeUnt mechanfc,' and work ke has perfena
.JU ADMISlSTttATOIl'lf ,jMkgpnvmo. .
A "" ,' ihird already for citizens of the place,he refers toaa
Monday of
re lvedii1otNrvIe1! Wagjon-ma :: ,8LMary'sGeorgs.. 1Xinonth. aitd.to-: [wni'apply'to'tbi ,: :, : :;. : J{, u. March,1862acres of quality SA
Jnn5j85L : Hon. .T.cksonvU1e" 'Sept! 25riS51c' land, lying in said1-county, owned byr John Bella !: 19U: :
: ; S ; < .
:. .l4,_Tcainit"-". VcUims.. ,. Marines'",siflon'. t- -" ._ mission,.J.ac1gootProb as Administrator of Nassau,of-the':estate county for'dis 1lDrE' Iohactt-Sir1Thi |.,to,:certlt'7.1At.I my or heirs" -;for"*'taxei. '-duo for 1851.i Amount. of .:iWcrMo: .(: "ern fiiVt/ntal' :.

". Oa1v1ntOakK. GeIgdrdeceued'au4 aiso'presen ofMary have been permanently cured of a sever Diarrhea .tax.c 1125._'. -.A. r1DRADOOCK' q lag also furnished "'JOHNI jVE.ft

V vingjall.tJi; lormI! Oct r7ors- :'proper-- and vouchers as said-Administrator.-my accounts by the,w.of your most valuable medicine called E..tBlieft4"'ai1dei otr.T&X'Ooncq i\ N, B>-ToPlanUrshewouldexperience "rh I w..

-.w.u...tegether.tth'i-bt'nSeI I GUfl1tkandM&chfneat. '... havIngclalms against the estate art duly motIfied.Ma21'51i1 persons. Indian Loxecustaftei;soffering for more than 12 nov 27.dJ1' .ii.$4, id putting Sugar Batteries, sad ".
..' (" t,. MHA permanently' located" < ',, 1"P .t;'. JAOOB'GE1ER. .Ac1m.'tJ. months with that distressing disease*I take plea. -5- HcHl work'in thAt\lino; confident that bleed. j t%

,. 1.1, .rJ hlmieltstJ&eksonviileE.YI4trboth'lfl :.! jH ,6lnr'o: *. ;* tc; sure in recommending yout.moit* ".vaiaabl* modi- .,' ...;.". :... :'"3dq "1.It.t. ;'-.!#of....4.'Io ..'.o.: the-aa eattetlsaietion.Caaijns mod*****.4",1 1t
.. h
cine "
to ,
all sila '
.ofJ"1 1'.5 .i._. 1ya1ioted,'P'f "' '. k 'l 4.-oo 1"L", B. ;
ffl.l e is prepared to do'all work la*th* ;Gunsmith .1'. .. : ,d' < 1 e. J' 4 Z14PERNShayjflge13fl5 ot-demands t.mu {
: may repair Xfce services Repairing and Manufacturing.;: tJi"N 0 tl .' '- \"- t',. .t. ,< 10U h" : .in8HhI cstat ,ot Williata JLf 1 U.- 51. 11 .
.,hm"pla4t. has a new of JUFLBflfOblch( far'inivBMSOS ce. ,.en.". ,\ V; ';rtJOItNON: -Q9lJnhimI ; otsua.to. ( ,
process '
: -
gte_ 1ren.to tb*properiet8. 'Hi. usual'method.ii1 v-.Thosd-wishingicah IyLEMrfQ-w- 'tl0'e wlCDI or "J; WFonncrlr., of'Jaebonv1U. 'NO.' : ;O\mtJ'ideeeuea'are'"berebJ required :'
t'r.* t4trs.f.eT;'aeconntiaderati .; thatQapt.O.. S ckCr.ryozt J. '. ; ." .w., ""'... .' present: beOh .the:,undersigned withiattwo ,:1fi.'N Uce- _lt
ftitttfiemmade to"prder.pAll MachlBerr and, Ba4c11ngtol1..h&l consented : f. l' -' ''' years'or the same will bo',b md rIlI.8bscrlbeLwiil.: .& fiv Mzaees:
; < andrtguUU4Vy the amount toiic' at bIz&go t In 1 1the'nJO : '.Fkot: 6,1851.- .. *4.nd.alLjmezi.sonjn4ebtedJ4Usreto *. '
GunsmifWog entrnsUd"tChU.'earo.wiU receive I ot hlq houo and lot,'nndj.ri the collection -. fDear2rm'OueBotne ( make :. ]o1Meu.- RoomllbaJlbe.1IfRA"r..ahJBCerlert6'UD..t :
aa4 th* extent of services wqnW.eommttnlcaUdns.to prompt attention.,"He hopes bye ose application of'&oeo ntl"jJlndildual( Indebted to'him ofyour L coin.pIotely imwediatepy-: --, -irT the ,1
11 ao roe.cctfuMyreue4 '
L. ininr iOcrtIOR> raurtde4tf to horiness to merit a share of public patronage.. fod. wake &1I,1mmedlate'lOtt1o- cured:one ofaywea.of;' along standinobstlnato t'. S S \v'-W'fSCOTTi-a and every .a"ntiOD"JaIrI.t eomJ ,
JIO Diarrbcea.
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