The Florida Republican

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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
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Duval County E.F. [Fla.]
Columbus Drew
Creation Date:
May 6, 1852
Weekly[July 1856-<Apr. 1857>]
Weekly[ FORMER June 1848-Apr. 1856]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Apr.-June 1856]
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v. : ; 58 cm.


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Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
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Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
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Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
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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-].
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).

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(From the Union Magazine.] ted to approach discussion of that subject. Mr. Ba ou. A considerable 'portion t unonntip altogtAe;-to, erbaps- ,a:half: nil* 0: :, : : -1'
Upon a resolution, in a Whig caucus called : caused be erased For of ; J..eft Crnibs,1
Our.B*T>y. ; not a sentence' | lion ',supported ,U the Administratwn -" .
for Whig it was teld to be out of that letter do I ." .
bold should "
purposes I myself responsible in use Kossutb thus iDrrea't
unscrupulousj this, it commenced de1i TABW""Speakingf .
a speech ns W-io
When the morning,half in shadow, order to speak of tthe compromise, or even any degree,..nor.for one word or syllable of would,,be, lnewalmost impoWbletoobtain power red ia St. .., ,_ .
Ran along the hill.ud meadow, to agitate the subject until we had' decided it,, fTbere are sentiments in that lvhave ex-' a nomination it.But( Louis, on 'tb&l5th' of 'March. .uiczcu& ii ;;;
against be knew
And with milk-white fingers parted upon the time and place-is that a mistake! pressed, wbicb' are' my sentiments, and' of that the present President,would''not thit As a specimen of.the imaginative j it,isvper- I.. 1.
hearted use '
Opening Crimson roses over,ruins golden hoary ; -for the meeting of, the convention; but gentlemen'with whom I associate, and to nor any other power_unscrupulously. _, haps unsurpassedjn prose .ia ,the.English I I brazed Hungary, :;Why a.ctl-
I Every purple morning-glory, there stood behind< those ready, the momentwe which,'at all times and'upon:all occasions He desired to express, as his firm cbnvic- language : '* Hungarian' leader now, ia ibis eon .
from the bushes had fixed the time and to in social try, like a goa or a pi.stoll" ." Cause tkooLm
And ontshaking place, adjourn, circles, I give'expression. ion, that upon the subject of reopening Ladies This
larks and pleasant thrashes; and Gentl men'-To-day.: i is ,the ingenious and indigenous coaundrant '
Singing and afford us no opportunity to vote upon Mr.. STANLT.' The gentleman' has confessed tation on,the .slavery-question Gen. Scott
That'i the time our little baby the compromise resolutions at alL that the letter was submitted to him could clear bill' of ourtb".anniversary, 'of .the,.Revotijtion 'in, was made in a single evening, by one oan,
present as a. health ,
it be, '
from Paradise, as with his
Strayed mal [Great confusion in the Hall.] and corrected him. What motive his either the Hungary. *. right hand tied behind him.;, ,Tras
Came with eyes like heaven above her, cor- President; Mr.: Webster, ,or:Mr. done ia this '
0, we could not choose but love her! Mr. CAMPBELL of Ohio. Will the gentleman respondent could have' to assail me,as'! do Clay. .He then referred the personal. I.; 'Anniversaries of, Revolations are' almost city, on wager. 3 .

allow me to say a word not know him and never injured him,'I can- ertions made by Gen. Scott during the pen always connected with the;recollection of. A' mrxro- of ours, who" was recently- ai.lied "t
Not enough of earth for sinning, I Mr. HOWARD. Certainly. not imagine. What kindness there was in dency of the Compromise measures; to'effect some patriots, death-fallen on.that :day, l like said to the officiating clergymaOvXa

Always Never gentle,always winning, Mr. CAMPBELL. I only desire to correct erasing will appear by,reading what is left. their passage as a settlement of the agitating the Spartans Thermopyhe, martyrs to beir unarmed wit) in bad grammar: ".1 IhA.1'have
needing our reproving;
Ever lirely, ever loving ; 'the gentleman from New YorkMr.BROOKs. Mr. BROOKS. The gentleman's allegationwas subjects they embraced. While others paused fatherland. I done wue,*- "Yea." replied the other
Starry eyei and sunset tresses, ,,I do not come here'to testify in relation to that I wrote a letter announcing my intention and ,hesitated, Scott was flrmandun-. Almost in every country there is some 6undoubtedly.vonhayedo. .vitt.. or offer,
White arms, made for light caresses, this matter at all: but I desire that what information to leave the Whig..caucus.Mr shrinking, at that time, in"the advocacy of proud ca.tafaIk,'or 'some proud tombstone, wise.? r:
lift that knew no word of doubting, may be communicated with .reference ,, STAKLT. That the letter was writtenby hose measures. He did not'pretend to adorned on such a day by;'a garland of : ,
Beauty Often kissing even in, never completeness pouting,; to what was done in the caucus last the gentleman's authority consent.he that General Scott approved of ,ever thing evergreen, the pious offering.,of 'patriotic Rather bard lines these,.:Mr.4 "G. 6. .D1'bourconception' '

I. Overran of childish sweetness; night shall be correct. The gentlemanfrom has conf ued./ contained ia those several acts; very far tenderness. r .

That's the way our little baby, New York is mistaken in his statement Mr.'BRooIS. The gentleman stated thatI from it. He (M, M.) did not approve of :I passed the last night in a sleepless Stand back, 0 Muse I ting'a thrush
Far too pure for earth wlile it may be, of what was the decision of the Chair last wrote letter announcing my intention- those measures in all their details, nor did dream And 'mv soul wandered on the That warbles in a eumnt4w\r* .

I Deemed Seemed to we us could,who not, do without about her her., evening. A proposition was presented to .Mr. STANLY. No, sir; letters written by he believe any other member of Congress magnetic wings ot the past, home to my be- Tie w
the caucus, fixing the time an4 place for the your authority and consent. It was then approved of them without objection some loved, bleedin! land, and I sawin the dead Unjinuhed Epic tm.Je1&ft"' Xftwf Is

t When the moroing, half in shadow holding of the national Whig convention.A your letters in your paper announcing the one feature or other in some of them. In of the night dark veiled shapes with the more should striking.have finished The it writer tells as that" he
t Ran along the hill and meadow, substitute to that resolution was then offered intention of some persons- iiia particular, his own'sentiments and those paleness.. of eternal grief upon their 'sad only she went
J And with milk-white fingers parted imbodying the question of the finalityof .Mr. HOWARD. I would like to hear what of General'Scott accorded entirely He brows but terrible in the tearless silence of, and imported a Jew, had him Christianized,

I Crimson Opening roses over,ruins golden hoary hearted ; the compromise. The presiding officer is going on. Let the gentlemen speak one national in all his feelings. He desired w that grief,"gliding over the church-yards of baptized, and then married; him,"'-cutting

t Every purple morning-glory, decided notwithstanding the proposition sub- at a time, and I have no objection to giving triumph by the North over the South, ortheSouth Hungary, and kneeling down at the head of out set their ever affections so many young Yankees who: had

I And ouUhaking from the bushes mitted as a substitute might, or might not way. [Laughter.] over the North. He desired the 'settlement the graves, and depositing the pious tributesof ,upon' her-purse. : .: ,

Singing larks and pleasant thrushes; be entertained at another stage of the pro- Mr. W ASHBuaN. Will my friend from Jo be upon broad national grounds. I green cypress upon them, and after a Sweet-est of Nightingales! long may thy.TOiee,
That'i the here time for heaven our little, it baby be, ceedings, that it was not germane to the resolution Texas permit me for one moment ? He then pointed out the objections to short prayer rising with clenched fists and with its wonderful compass ._ .. ,
Turning Pining from our bitter weeping.may then before that body ; that it was Mr. HOWARD. I think that I have as making an approval of the whole of the gnashing teeth, and then stealing away tear- Thrill that on warble our hearts like the music of bull-frogs

; Closed her eyes as when in sleeping, not pertinent to the proposition for the fix much of this as I want. The evidence is Compromise at a pa of any platform. less and silent as they came f stealing away So swells the 'bit at*evening of mosquitoes; when night's
And her white hands on her bosom ing of the .time and place of holding the pretty full. He to personal merits andqualifications -because blood-hounds of my country's ombre blanket has fallen! .
: Folded like a summer blossom. convention. That was the decision of the [Cries of No !" "No !" Let him goOD I of General! Scott suiting him murderers larked. from every corner on hat And when the American eagle shall float o'er theaters

Chair; and while I am up, allow me to correct !'-] for,the Presidency. He said that it was not night; and on this day, and lead to prison in triumph,' d. '
Now the litter she doth lie .
f Strewed with roses, bear to on Zion ; the gentleman, or rather to make a Mr. HOWARD.. 1 yield to the gentleman. the highest ability that was required in the those who dare to show a pious remembrance Farawaytothelandoftiiyblrtbweetgiverofconcerts! r

i Go, as past a pleasant meadow statement which he has omitted ; which is, civi. governor; it would be unfortunate for to the beloved. To-day smile on the' lips May it accumulate '!rocb'*as fast as,with r Through the valley of the shadow; that while the Chair was sustained in that Mr. Hangnm Speech. if it so, and particularly unfortunate of a Magyar is taken for a crime ot defiance num's assistance, '

.1 Take her softly of, holy angels, decision, gentlemen from the North, from We find the following- sketch of Mr.Mangum's for wee this I American wo'dd. But, to tyranny and a tear in his eye equiv Thou hart been picking.them upta" this geological", 4
Past the ranks God's evangeli country
Past the saints and martyrs holy ; the South, from the East, and the West, expressly in the right intentions a sound he steadiness of alent to a revolt. And yet I bare seen with For, like "a thousand bricks"!have they been
To the Earth-Born, meek and lowly, declared their opinion for and againstthe speech Washington Republic: pur in the ru- the eye of'my home-wandering soul, thousands showered in thy calioo-apron.
We would have our precious blossom resolution : and that they did not at all Wa all tht was necessary to make this .performing the, work of patriotic vir
Softly laid in Jesus' bosom. desire to shrink it, but that when it was introduced THE PRESIDEKCT-GENERAL SCOTT. people 'prosperous and glorious. "I beard a good. story, ,the other day,"

at the proper time as an independent Mr. Mangum said that be had no speech These qualifications General Scott possessed tue.And I saw more. When tbe pious offer. writes recently our friend and correspondent

Th Whig Omen*-Southern \Vlilgt substantive proposition, they were to make, in the ordinary sense of the term. in a eminent degree. ers have 'st len'away, T saw 'the honored u Carl Benson" from'Paris which'may
Mr. Brook to entertain it that will- He desired to make' few remarks He then adverted amuse you. The cure of 'Nevermind
willing ; they were on' some to the question of availability dead,half risen from their tombs,looking to
ing to propose such modifications or amend- few points, which, in fact mainly referred and said that for more than a.jear the offerings and.whisperinggloomlly "Stilla was called up Tn the middle of the night to
The is from the debate
following an extract .'
ments as they might see proper, embracing to bis own personal position, which he was and a half his unwavering envictio cypress, and still no flower of joy Is see a sick ,woman. Well' my good woman
in the House of Representatives the day other'qnestions. That is the history of 'the well aware was of little consequence to any been. General,Scott was the only) h there still the chill of winter and the gloomof ,',said he, 'so'vorif are very ill'and' re

after the late final meeting of the Whigs in matter. That is the reason why it was properly body; although self was a topic 5n which in'the countrywho could be' elected President night over thee, Fatherland? Are 'we quire' the consolations':*of religion' 'Whatcal

the Senate chamber. Mr. HOWARD, of ruled out of order, as any similar resolution men were supposed to be able to speak. flu of the United States by the suffrages of not'yet revenged !"and the sky of the east .I do'lor 'you" No replied the'old:

: would be in this, or any other deliberative ently. the people. He then referred to the attempts reddened.suddenly, and boiled with bloody lac1y; ' .
Texas had himself in favor of Qn't :
expressed sleep.- llow'canIhelp .that I'
body. It was known to the Senate that during which bad been madetocrpple. and damage flames and from the far,far west a lightning : ;
adhering to the old Democratic platform, and Mr. STAKLT. Will my friend from Tex the past winter, his health had been decidedly the cause 6f 'General''Scott by allying :him flashed like a star spangled stripe, and within asked' ,the:cure: .Oh, siryou, awayapu! II

ofthe adoption of the Compromise as a final as allow me a little while indifferent, and at best always,varying.He withj reeer and Abolitont Tbis,be its light a young; eagle mounted and soar. me to sleep so nicely,'when would'L'go-io church;

ity; he then inquired if it was true the Mr. HOWARD. Be brief if you please> had not. participated in the business of lot: .. ( Fee, olr ed to wards the bloody, flames of the' east, that thought if you pnlypreacialittlefor thecare'swore'at

Whig caucus, on the preceding night, had Mr. STAKLT. I will be bnef.' The gentleman the Senate except very slightly, and still less in.the,country could calcnlateupon ,his becoming and as he drew near, upon approaching! me'They 'toy'that'made'traika'in 1!
himself has called us out. Now had he participated in any arrangements or an 'instrument'of "that party. He the boiling flames changed into a radiant any *
ruled the Compromise resolution out of or- sir, there was no rejection in the Whig cau- intrigues touching the Presidential election. c&uld made*the i instrument1;fac.tiouNorth morning sun,and a voice from :above I was less than no time.1

der The resolution of Mr. HILLIER, alluded cus of this compromise resolution, and there Yet he found, humble an individual as be : or. South He believed hew: to the question of the dead: We cannot tranSmit the for'' the

to by Mr. BRooKs, is that endorsing never has been any. There has been no was that ht was made the subject of newspaper the only.Whig in- the Union who bad. .any, a short while .mine is the. "jftnc composed on'the Death,of- Three Men
Sleep yet re
Southern Whig waiving or repudiating the speculation and comment. It bad chance of electionjto the \ \
the acts in the House Presidency. I tilled on At Cocheco Rail Road New Bumpthire -
Compromise passed will
make'the stars' of the
compromise measures. I know of but one been his habit throughout-, on aU'questions -i He again referretl to the interest taken by venge 'wet, .November 21,"without List knowing f ....
some weeks since, when offered as an addition called a Southern Whig who'evei has voted of this character to be distinctly, understood -: Genera Scott in the'passage.of the"Compromise the sun'of the:,east!-and when! ye .next U for a certainty," whether they are original* -
awake will find tbe <
to tbe resolution of Mr. JACKSOX. Mr. against this compromise resolution-but oneone } and he desired to explain himself ,j Ha alluded als rand gave great cre com, you bed." flower of joy' upon. We may be'"wrong; 'bat, if,'our. memory >
BROOKS' reference to the wavering": of the of my colleagues, [Mr. CLIKGXAK] perfectly, that hereafter no misunderstanding i dit'to 'Mr., C': r liVJexertions on the your :, series us;'they are **adapted af Topper*

Southern Whigs, however on that occasion who left the caucus last night, as,he state4 may take place. In regard to the next i Committee ; reference to And the dead took the twig of cypress who has recorded in verse a similar casualty
a moment ago Is.there another Southern Presidential election, he should very probably ihe5 contest between the two.for thePresidencywas the sign of 'resurrection,.; into:;their; bony England-.- Byron bas:also something likeit I
is properly corrected by Mr. STAKLT, in his Whig who has voted against those resolu- stand prepared to support the nominee I ss tile*former.would bands and;. lay. down.. : ,* '. in his "Trip to Birmingham by. RailRoad

statement of the fact that all the Southern tions ? Where is the man 1 I do not know, of the Whig Convention. He professed to. obtain another v Y,1e2 to at :". ,,, ,t' ?./.,
Whigs voted for Mr. HILL TEll'S resolution, nor have I ever heard of him. Yet the gentleman be a party man,'and should act upon those' Cberubusco, bepntc ad \.other b\ 'Corpus CluUtl. III
,from New York says that the cause p nClples' which he preferred He should 'fl lds in"w taken a parf.t : Coae an my friends, both ttr and near,'-
except CXJXGHAH, of North Carolina. The of the proceeding alluded to was the falter yield, as be was called upon, four years ago t.'He'thougbt'that he tulutsfy the'pe6: A correspondent, writes .of. Corpus These melancholy lines yea Lear, late. .'. ,..\1
of :
Of a sad accident that happened ,-,- II
inquiry of Mr. HOWARD is thus responded to: ing, the wavering of the Southern Whigs. against his judgment t and against all his inclinations pie of North Carolina thr Christi/Texas:! 'On, .the. Cocheco.road that nms to, the 1 e.' ''
Mr. GOODKICH. I was present in caucus How did they falter ? I deny,most emphatically to support the,person chosen as for the present president was more wisely '- ,. 41.- ; ,'i
last night, and I can answer the question and as positively courtesy will admit the nominee. But, while he should probably ) given than i if it bad. been given to Gen. n ave'tb s far.I lost sight'bf 1i'towl (pl 'It was in eighteen; 'hundred fifty-one.; ''7 5 .

which the gentleman from Texas [Mr..HOWARD the statement made ,by the gentlemanfrom do this, he had preferences now, 'as Scott. He again! rejeatedthe grounds upon Corpus Christ!, which deserves more'than a 'When this sad accident was dose;': .- /*',"
} has put. I was there from the commencement -' New, York.. The gentleman takes thevh'oIe he bad four years ago. The preference implied whlcle .coosiderea.General Scott as pre passing notice.' ,I You' will recollect" that'the It November last; the twenty-fins. t : "

to the close. The only reason \ Southern Whig party'under his pro- no, dereliction of principle upon his I a candidate tbD any other gen- rendezvous of Genl Taylor, at' this :point,' ..It.rained 5lidJ7thYCrYWOZ5t. .;. -,. ?
given for ruling the resolution out of order tecti nand because we do not follow his part nor any departure from or modification tle'manwho bad beeri "for' the'otc. was,seized upon.by_the Mexican':govern- lIt rained all day annight likewise. H:;
last sight was the same which has Been assigned lead be seems to think he is to be sacrificed whatsoever of the' principles that he' had Scott was bis first choic"anl if he meat asa pretext for at declaration of.'war' ;>Which soaked the earth to their surprue/ ;.
in this House for laying the fame --boundandtaken to the altar-that he is steadily maintained for now nearly' thirty I nominated, thee he 'oal t.nomi The ruins of.his fortifications still' 'visi' It was about three mile abort the plains,: :.

resolution upon,the table in the Democratic to'be sacrificed because we do not follow years, in both branches of the National Le I neeofthe, C vn .; spp, ,. .' ,- ;" ble about' a mile below the town. -To form \.Wherethe tain. .road wu ipUe't' that stopped. tie,.

caucus at the commencement of the session; his dictation, and regulate our' conduct according gislature. He-knew, if be should go in.a He to the many issues, which had some conception of.the .appearance' of our .
to wit: that it belonged to the national eon- to his manifestoes and his lead:; particular direction that ,there were conservatives : been' started at the North, particularly to.the place,"you must imagine a blufl! ; swelling up ,The train'left" r Dover" at'nalf-pasiTnVe night"

vention. No other reason was given. that the compromise measures, are all lost, 'of what was' esteemed the peculiar one which had been )lately introduced in 'the by gradual ascent,,to thcheightbfforty, 'To go to the Bay;if all was right: "* -.
Mr. HOWARD. I: have only to say that, unless all Sou them Whigs implicitly.obey institution of 'the South, in' both. North and : Ester States, and.which-bad'proved! 1 feet, and describing' a segment of a circle. And when it reached that"drU4iallpOlt. -
general national purposes, that was only his mandate. South ria imagined that a man was unfaithful -' distrous to the Whig party in Connecticut This bluffijuts'againstjtbe waters' of the The ears sunk in and the engine upsol S Ij
a single resolution ; but that they should Mr. HOWARD. I cannot yield.further to to them was 'untrue to-them, if be, and elsewhere. He approved of the principle bay at each'extremity; C nt Duing in lengththe ;:Three men .rat. .thinking",t to he saved.. ,

have adopted it-atthe first caucus, and made allow'the gentleman to go into argument.. did not happen to tread in the path indicated : of, that clause.' ,. It was --calculated to do distance of four mileiandcompletely! .: :BilL the engine sprung proved them a watery grave;.r' -
it an issue before the country, and repudiated Mr. STAKLT.- wish then only to say by them He'Was 'old. enough.,if:not wise :, great good."He wished the cause God speed, environing" ,,which lies upon a level 'They lay in the water beneath the heavy iron\
to but would advise' its supporters to i plain beneath.: A loVelier loc .tjonjor' a' :No one could reach them tffl they had. expired..One .
the his
it at the second can: have explanation that there was no .rejection the :compromise enough act upon suggestions''of- keep i ,
South This ,
and that,Js, that they have ..repented resolution. But. oneSouthern Whig own understanding and'wise or unwise; be: distinct. and separate from politics.Cteaeral town wasasvevs' eaNortk' :- : : :':
; bluff is lined,from one"extremity to:Jhe other : of ihoMBffi that was blUed.we hear1 ,-'
of what they haye aone, and' intendto was against it. We 'Invited gentlemen to should probably do without fear, favor or: ,,.. .,' .
Wa Samuel.Twomklv Engineer
take a new position. I infer that from come and.go for it. If the gentleman who affection-reward or hope of reward-unin-,'s'- PocIUon. .y :, ,with,niost ,magnjncient.'manslons, 'bail Another; was Charles Young,'thtft-m.; 'tJIiif;
the facts I have stated. left had staid, we would as I believe, have timidated by.power' nnseduced by the blandishments -' The New York,C6unert in modern architect oral[styleVrln'.the. ,.rear The other was a,. .OODCwhOIll'we do '
the'resolutioa submitted the of In ,81.wek.ago, of,tbe bluffisthe1exican.towncontaining ; not knew.. '* ;*
Mf ERODES. Will the gentleman indulge adopted by gentleman flattery. expressing the stated that it wasnotoa. ,MrFILLMDRK'S thousand inhabitants.; lathe' '
me for only a moment? from Tennessee 1 What the gentle. preference which"he' entertained, be knew of about one .''$
Mr. HOWARD. welL from Ohio (Mr. Campbell states is that he should differ from the dorment. Compromise American portion the buildings:llarej: J mostly Come aH you who may read and wait, t
Very They man ) constituency ,
say that the New York the lake ,
to .
measures ; Whfgs pf frame, and two'stories in eight though'.an, And fft.oa the train op ; >
free confession is good for the soul correct. There was'no intention to prevent be represented ; still he could not for that which I have
would not lend him their .support j occasional,brick isto! .:be,obserYed., .If we Pray read these lines penned,: }
Mr.BROOKS. I understand the gentlemanfrom discussion, but we' did not intend to allow reason, abanlon what in'his judgment, he: mainly, because he 'had estranged a but take in consideration constant breeze And ever-think- on yonrfutureend.- ":-'- .
Texas to ask-and it is a question in the caucus to be broken up, without recommending should think was proper1 and right. He body of the party,by dismissing their friends sea ; .tl'An'yWwho'arelefl
cheeks :
that 1
fang the .goodkdenizens, fate '
cqnr fbe .
to mom /
which I am somewhat interested, and for time andj>lace. looked forward to no personal rewards at' from office, in that sta.tsupon; the ground oi the ., ?
seaboard luxuries .oyater.andJi8hred Of year dear friends who was killed ol1ateQ
that reason I answer it-why, in. a caucus Mr..BRooKs. One word in reply. Thismatter the binds of the people; his purpose alleged opposition"to'tbe Compromise measures ; ( in abundance,) the immense quantities; Ibtgax warning yoa would take uU

of fifty-one members, we adopted that'resolution -of parliamentary law I win not 'un retire from public life.' This body forms the' SEWARDvriinj/ ofl wild fowl,the.. propinquity 40 gacoeoJ: JUmember. the. road, that.runs U the. lake,t'. ,.,..
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and subsequently repudiated it in the dertake to discuss; but it is a fact-and the He was not now, nor did- he expect to be, of If, then,.this'.is ,the reason of an4 the certainty to enjoy4ment '
will under- candidate for office. 'He wanted nothing & every.description fn melody and euphony the fifth stanza'iniiresKs -
House of Representatives by only ann intelligent people of this country a any .ly. ,Mr. FILLMORX it is
strangethe be ; '
of bealtb, it would .difficult! jto im '
Whig votes from the North V stand It-that in a Whig caucus the Whig asked for nothing, either for himself or the"avowed :Scorr desirable for 'e idei1ce.P 1 uamost .'favoraHy we" donbt' not":
agine a place more '
[Cries: "No!" "No!" That is.not the. Compromise resolatioti] of the caucus which for bis. t* f Tnn confidence of'Gen;pperand; is the only place-'would exchange i.t'w.41: the-"reader." *. 'T*""
point?'] met at the opening, of this Congress was introduced .He understood, from unmistakable evidence ? his t 'declaration 'the should' rf
new on
ject to tit
t 'ofi" for it, and sbjaetimefl I amigin* I res 'Here is a assage from as"epistle *
Mr. BROOKS. only want to get at the action asked upon it, .aditwas; that tbc people of, tis,State unquestionably ;. Ift FILLKORX bad quire something to complete and,,equalize Editor that will oak the reader ,laugh"ecinedee."orwe'are
gentleman's question. .1 understand bin to ruled'out of:the Whig party as not in order preferred' the present President for Coprolia. eon':( ,, we tae: bargain The 4wericanaidoZ.ihtown : ,: ) greatly mistaken j: ,
ask why it was that, in a Whit; caucus of Mr.CAKPBELV' of Ohio. I hope that I the' nomination' for; the "'accession.This n ,nnderstandbe frm.o ; the ;i ,
are rive'10 is comparatively 1rcentcIate. Somej fire ; baiing'received; .
eu1 haT'r years ago
fifty-one members at .toe opening of .the be allowed to add-. preference was.not his preference. Bat be .
may tamed their support, even ; In 1839, a young; .man, session- -.. we adonted-- ._- the-- eomnromiMtionsandwby 801D- [Cries, of Order.- ,- -." Order. ". ," and' great-" should,:if it was so (decided,,do,as be had Cmprm position,-.:Certainly, aD., i alone,.crossed tbe NU es.He'wa jenrapi" my SChOOl. :I,'started:of; and, ia' a ew.weeks,

we aub tIiidTihis confqsio'ri.'J: ,. % ''I four years',ago, yield "his preference, wben' ", ,very : venture..fGeuScorteshow tared with the site upon:.which/now,jests had set up'in'Jb northern'":partof:Georgia,'
action in the House, in which there, appear "Mr. STAKLT, (the' eonfl1sioll'hayi g subsided another', shoukt be le'tetJ', \ [" prio& /regard to Corpus Christi. He became the first white a'shin jle,.wheieby I. tendered. to'the ,coa>-

only_TeD Northern.Whig t votes?. I will ,) obtained'the' or/.and 'said: The 'Heknew'tbatthiaexpressioit of preferencefor those & hn'. y.,' .,?? i ir' settler west of the river. He',ea li clto'possessiOn ,; munify.'my serviceS a*"'Pbysictaa and,Surgeon -

tell tit gentleman the reasonand it will unfold -. put1emanfroai: N.w,York, I> feel;authorzed. -, another Hndividoal would break harshly impnt. ... :....-i :... ,{! < : gain :df. .this place. .Acquirff .'; A fetr days-after,:as/I was engagedin
to hit the whole. story, and:it may as [ .to..say has written, letters, announcingin. upon the;ears of,the;friends of the'Administration 'ln in a(brief;period a rperfect.kppwledge! the preparation of divers'.medicines,the
well be unfolded.: In the prior caucus webad advance, the,, '. intentionof somepersons Jiere as..well as,in.North* Carolina.But .' -.N. : IW :; 3' .' of the Spanish language. ; he opened a .petty door'of' my" office wa.Spened\ and a taB,
norecpjdmade.and it was.then. the tit leave that caucus 'b for"tbe.thmg was; his duty was speak' the truth, and the AH .1.D'F9 BIBL' ? .trade}!with.,his 4wmhy neighbors. This brawny specimen: the,! genus borooV nlered. -
settled policy ,of the Whig party that the done... I: "got 'my authority from the New mature :comrtctions'ior his judgment.--;The' '. T :thw;& the .maaJs',npvl CaL: Kenney, .scarcely: .,'Apparently quite at hi* ease; be palled
compromise measures'were'to be final. Subsequent York Express., w' ,S'' <- ; people of, North Carolina were so averse to P -a'iniore exteaMve'cbaractev'we -' youn arrived": at the meridian pfijife; the owner,.oleightfall off bis battered castor,'and,' ppinj-up to

t to,that time it has.been be Mr.B&ooss. Where is it t .. -,- ., L the renewal here of the agitation of.all.tboftfl, believe;than at any previous peribtof tockei ranchos, the proprietor.of a maU mirror;passed his hand overan enor-
the interest a portion, supposed to. be Mr. SjAiiit. ;Does the gentleman denv exciting subjects. which had engrossed public ;'existence.' tTe'.nous ,smf almost the- entire ulJey.:.ha lies l between inonsftnass-'of :fiery hair,'and'complacently .
the interest of a portion, of the great !'bodyof he wrote it? Here' 'it s'jn, tbe'N.ewTorkExprell attention so: much within. :'Me:1 years,'that $20,4OliaY' hef i t.dit lhej5versoiNneces; aBt the.,Rio ;Grande, remarked 1 "'There's a head; o' ba'r for you t

the Whig party North, and a portio >of [bolding p"thaf1paperl whisk -I they would reluctantly". bestow thetr app rt : ia foreign al the protector! and''priocipal .owner' of kthe What dye thick of ribir' Having express
the Whig; party ,Sooth, to. repudiate ,that received this'morning' J;nave shown h to upon: .any: one -who'directly':'or:indirectly ,ring-15Tyears- the! &* t'.1 istc'rInl towns of .NQeus;:and Corpus Ch"6ti in edirayadmiratioft: ; thereof be removedhis

compromiMI : eight or ten gel tJemea. and;ithas bean Adr would favor or encourage a renewal,of.tbd i mat be bflrae'iai.mind; fine the originator the greatCorpnsChristi coat1; and""ensconcinghimself' armchair .
[Cri iE.S:;"That, is' it!" "That. ii .it.!.* milled by all of them to contain the,argument agitatioa.. 1a.tbrs.he" and .the. people,.oC equally large'stun has"been. .employ edi>y fair: iTfce distinguishing trait in MrJ'eae"a ,''said r *Well,.strangerv yoo\,can 'Jist
"Tbaf1s'it1"t ) ,t'and 'some4of the''very"expressions,' North'Carolina did.' Dotdiffer.: "No enlightened theScriptureat ebaladl' is.hisiindomitableenergy;;: git to work and mow off a couple ofpoftadsl.frsa'eomm '
'Bat'wben,there-was"\'a resoIaSon". ntro-' vcrbum ftrio,'"used'bV tb'ev'gentleman'from patriot could 'desire:to5 ieirtbaf countrir tel,, M ifa nitetiag:i Jop}jpfcapeTpmWednesday He:has'already' excavated; commodious ..on hot BOW,and.tb.swamps is

dated.into this House upon the p.rtof the New York last night in the caucus,and like again pass through the scenes of"strife,'aei- ,ft appeared i | %r channel through an\'oppoajoSi; bar;,au&e.mottth a mightY pesky place'for i breedin.'the erittersP .

Southern Whigs resolation to support tthe those made'by him here'to'-day.TheIarticle DPi; and..excitement which.took,place',ia tbe receipts QUngt pastyear pf.thebayD'; now :.siakiagf '1 blandly repltedVtharl was exceedinglyf .

Whigs of the ffortb, who,were compromise is contained in, tbe'paper: which' I -I- bold' in 1849 ;50.1'IUe/PJ'lyediqod:/ itJiat he rPt to $42,312i5, of .which $18,72? in inuaenseexpensei an'Artesianwell: .the sorry,'bat tbat'really c Urilyeanmeratei
national'Whigs--.and that 'resdlqtiQd"'wu my UAU' : rs- r" -af/ couniry might,never again beileupn, to wewf iipended1in t'.clc\aUa.of"Jhe r.Bible 'beart0f.the town; and he.baa alreadyacom; baircuttingiamong 'ay. accoiNpliahcoests.
introduced heft bribe' enfleman MrBaoozsrhias the gentleman:no otber.autbotagt.h4n wrtneirsnen scenes: . .l1' 'at'home;aad $ *JroPrt'to pieted every arrangement for<.the) most.ex., .'*'What I'I said be regarding-me .

' from Georgia'Mr.']-all oar hearts t t>{;;v/r L1 '*. _$Her thought that..tnocb,bad a. !he'missibns1n'AemanNortbceipUJron'the tensive fair ever held tueuUoited:: StateajIt with allook'ofrbugo: eonlempV' 'wbatl'let,
wvreecaue. the m..W Does thfi t denj bereii1Wabisigton!; ;to; promoie.agita_ fe faytAritaltada and; caa&rcnt..ha'rt;
!* +fmm f O\\r\ lu iI-rh, .: geBUeinan, lhj Ft rCJ' ais:been ascertained thai more. than'tentaousand ; eafto Kfsargmgii;'
' na wavered.and4id;ootstandbrns' national.Whigs:1 '- ..i ,\f i-j '1'i / tbrougboutUbe, country.,as* : bad,ever' beendonibj' -1 u e 1 persona-;will-;itisitithis fauvTbe H41 PiAbd'o'resumisg'his:coat and bat
t and the'CTfVaS of'Napoleon TMreBio 1 I from therVtglnnmjtotbe thefabolItionisU of theNorth' or the pubhicstiOt41e& ax'tbo9k indfefatigibleMllionairelbas:received Jaformatioq be Btrtd*Disdainfully away; Notion f af.
: / at Waterloo, .A* *S> /car o'of. ,himself endy and:before tigh heaven, J thftwer djsunionistffof another section.':"He hitfjjtsyBBpathybT ment, o Q I 1 'i. ,ot Ue biasMe-rJcaaremissariea ei jthat '''jus'as1-eonrratulaCnj mysell'oft'
wbo'cai' .For the whole-SoutberareoK senoeofGodl.eay!! \Iwrotenotomworao.fa.r : feeling wUa those Who:would 'nhan4aad f oF bireceir, ;; fle Jar:numbers frosa Mexicowill: be present belnr-II1."e ,Jid'ol: him,tha
,,.. umn.would not etan4 by th. NortherBcon; *. f +>uAftt + t&t'i"'* r4y1V0 thabontntlI. : .I'i1 l -. ',". 10 onl dt1.of ThJba2-; ? aai.1he two:celebrated and',antarcnlsticall ap.ij; and mcustomet'ftppeaiediwith' ,'
,,' servatiTe. :Whigs,.it WU -uselessjtq' fight ,Mr. STABLT": Did TOil ,not /see ifoefpreifwassentl -'t ,t..them.. ;be" 1'UwIoO"un.i' ". ''1. l tp'ppa t companies eel tboli .fightenVwiti .ftiag.:bi rbtf I*Aw e :w 1CDho i4 b .'

.i, Southern battles on Northern 'fftpuniHenee 'D'adapr i'i.Mr.B&ooKsvDI on.tbi&aubjet' ,couLpresen t ,. asfcleu- aof .ii UI Intramnp ;' their traiaed brutess,vlthasbetnaseertaioedSoutheraandmanyof ige '"LoOhte.- aftatt1' ,t ; ,
: ;when the-' : : ; wilHreplf to1le th.g utleb': hearth as any olfaer onel Tnat man was : hoIL l8O.*
:. iifttlemal1 'from GeorjjufctUt. T7J Ziow 'tn&v"1' 16, Ptai r a.-a.kiD1'.m1 11'! fiercely, :may tbe.yoa"l joBm > '
; .'.HnxTZH auqu3beDky.ydlQlfl that : Wi fiet4'Sc/ Gene my.rklliJaftlGl.tatyWea
- ] trvdacetL resotetioa; :t :a1timoze the3niddleStates;; tp rood to'eut
' berB.tbe WH-.wrjUeQ, &flbmittedj it to I. & :',f Ltb&Preidencyar4Aft asonldbe Cble ol tbebrqueSwan, rl ai"f1 he
; cry of every; ;,Nprthera:ran ,waa, tit fronutii de:J rta bring hitaer Etock of"Twi6o*kiaiv:io order J.di'Jeeli
. .SaTe. contained harsh against tbetlematt'frbm jut '.\ DJJY.1 4$ 1'UOI rep ,."bi1e'
J lDaeU, who can," ; So the.record expressions H r.D.elth- 'been extensively bring them iompetUbnuwilh the prodaetwna OD'ct1p tectafter.yjnr
: :: wa reversed"and there'were fodnd b'ut' North i lioMi:St11iTwllith little fear esul|. lie e9 1io uarlJ that ibelIOfe'er'ld of Tens .rAfdrema already w '
seven i" 11r ; ,
'; NCrthern'Whig. Toting for the -finality ; T1. Jed 1M': ';kLTtCkSIot.g it waafor Dim-wltbo_ G )J t D tho tia4a "W e g., 'jT r."I ij4000''nU. iJ"tt'; n the roond-with jnostftaUotiii exeelleotseqsistow TIMV c- lmaia"Of"

: OJ tliA nmm"f: ;: ,. ,) l :.. '-l 4 JtJ lI.tQ.t ': t ; tte _t" I"t,. :J'nt"'r.mR1ftd:,IoPGbidcla the, h Miof 4iiif 1'b DirilWi"Isa.. :'W. 6 4aVit: $ tkt. *Yoa inay rat8l\ &atCorpaCbri =I: ;.jai*bt'Jja70do8* aJLulaIVTlfU. cdiA!.,

:: 'l'Jiat..tbe t_ fi hJ, 1ub4ut T !' ,. '! r'9.lJ.f' toarA51eIIAihip':nwlosl 1riUweUt .. .M4 again, S hral* Ure

:; p.J1 t,41.. ..OT.. .l'Ifl.the 1 i" : dMrJr m" ir'';4.- uJts supporth{i.i one it''bun4resqtiet .1das : city tt t'r" 1eteW' ,.tbe d = n 4" tl1 ni JI 14 an
D h Jd'J. afD b"we 'wef DOt ifa. : ; :rid; Tti : k .'SUt .4 *i M $ .it1h'. ,_lh1J* t I 'slf 4 ci 'tttno btno3 d noI.s 4rs ..lm. naoiamofto. l t : y t
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t PoMoaal pIaaa.-Messrs. Vangvmmrf lion vrith.the Whig party, :unless upoiir to support the" nominees of the Convention, .'AeUoH of.the_Florida WhijPI'"t' : men ofMarion, county-conposedthere Is far as-wt are concerned, 'WI ihaU lears t&e
t'.i Brooks broad national! fgrouflda-oa\thep1tIotm be shouldimitatetbe course of his collogues j be ihattbft'1 Manifesto'issued, no:'attempt:ta disguise, ala ostl entirely_ ol f ring to the 'exclusive occupancy of MTV

of due respect .for the .rights of the JJouth ,who theaght with.him,and.'retire from themeeting 11"It. .,will. seen the f MangI-um Mr. Brooks who
Tn tbe Senate, on the 22d insL Mr. reUwd' Whig :though upon[ teraa> organization ( brook the
tbe COnstit tion:. I the however thi Wbigs who 'jfrpmthepartymeeting
* of the Senate and : : t t) : leaving. meeting, y. assault
...1. Ilangura indulgence there was ampl room 'and a hearty very handsomely) and the
It was due to Northern men who had Tip he. t to be understood as withdrawing at Washington(I iynppsls of which reritalU
U to allow him to make a personal enplanstfon wetcome' for accessions from the other correspondent has not shown
b' : A friend yesterday placed in his tually immolated themselves In 'defence of Whig partyc He would continueto we hare'by telegraph) recommends'no defii party his heal

,I bands a newspaper into which he but seldom the constitutional rights of the South, that hope that that would slect such a nite action for the Whig party of the South. -was held at Ocala which adopted in substance since the brewing of the storm-although!
.j the Southern members should sustain themin candidate to enable conscientiously Mr. Brooks
letter as the Constitutional Union platform of avers Ae.did not write the
t looked in which paper appealed I this- fearless patriotic.discharge of,,their to him his He of his Consequently, its members will l act with_the letter.
mosfunjuslifiable giv support. ok. ; Poor !! 'H 'JI
containing a and the'coarSe correspondent
from Washington, duty. ; past associations with the { In lights before them as they trill act, though Georgia, implledly; approved doubt'for i1ae"
; :; ; assault, upon him. He was not of Mr. Fillmore and'Mr. Cabell. The same future bare "4* and and '
to notice such things ordinarily, but The Union contains the revised report ol its strgles'tiumphs aYIiie with no abatement1 of regard for the"great 'Tb l
apt when there was evidence showing that they Mr Mangum's speech. It is warmer than the b declined national principles upon which ,theyhavereposed. meeting also recommended a .State. Convention latter is rather more meat-axt-ical than re*

than usual the sketch above given, and abounds in expressions to make one efor for its natonalz.tion. at Tallahassee, in view .of the spectable in the fray. This is bea
!ii; proceeded front higher authority .' There .' The, Whig party* ofFlorlde.will fight. No .
'wJ .ew assaults, be desired to notice it. and epithets highly ofensive. loagr'any question perpetuation of the Union party of the 3 in Congress this.session. r*
paper Ion Mr Brooks drew a full houseon betweenthe, No ,bat the be found among, the workers,,as,.however .
The wu thej New-York Express. says Sot tb. In St. few weeks -
.F. paper Friday morning. His reply to Mr. Man- Fugitive Slave law, carry into effeet obscure the, vista,of the future, and however Augustine, a Conrttpondenee of the nepibUetulFoMMtno5 / 4
e'Q In this letter it was charged that he had -
a of"the Constitution.Ag1atlon since J of the of St. .
is characterized as. clever, with plain provision a large meeting Whigs I .
entered into a coalition witfi the Senator gum very J perplexing events which! ,have transpired
good hits which were cheered by the for the repeal'bf that law, or a Jchin'a'county? ,was' held. who .similarly April 28.
some .
and that it
from New York, (Mr. Seward,) which would impair its 'effi render, their position, they are not so (
; Mr.Editor
: was formed at dinner parties with that Sen auditory. _ _ cien y-und r the' ; circumstances, inert or imbecile as to stack'their arms'and endorsed the Compromise measures;and, ,in :General Hopkins got to this

r+. ator. This was false. lie was charged [Correspondents of the New York Herald.] would be practical rebellion existing against tbe Constitution nothing, leaving a 'party for'the view of the 'mov menls' of several leading place las,nighf and has left early thiS morn,
1. with having been governed in certain recent itself. The- time bad come when or'emolumtmts"' to Southern'States towards participation in the ing, with only-four men, in'' a small boat
of ad-
assumed by him with'an aspiration The Whig Rational Caucus.SvASToN places power .take
4 positions the Whig party'must take high constitu ; National accompanied by Dr. Spear
: nominated delegates ,
Whig acting Surge
,.. for a certain high office. This was tional vantage of their hesitancy and sacrifice the ,
April 21,1S52. ground, discardingevery thing for Lake Winder for the
r from East Florida tq attend the same, purpose of
'ir false also. in their success which he sound
or its organization, as same principles
, 'laslnigbt embrc-
There was another charge of a more serious The .Whig adjourned meeting met North and South, roust might of and at the same time warmly commendedthe ing the navigation, in.hopes.01 getting water
t that he had been in the Senate chamber,and at 7 o'clock party,1 Whigs hope. secure by a policy
ill'l' character of ;-it that was it had been arranged organiztcl.with closed doors-Mr. Mangum be broken up and destroyed. Policy as "masterly inactivity," The sympathies of course of Mr..Fillmore and Mr. Cabell, enough for a lighter! to carry his j supplies"
-it uilty venality
; ..Jl in a private caucus j with tbe Senator from of North Carolina in the chair, and Mr. well patriotism and duty required It. that to it the Whigs of Florida' have been in unison, and declared them both as their first choice up, anticipatingadiversion on Indan Riven
that lie to be in the Dockery of North Carolina, and Mr. Chandler should take such gund., fais' for the stations where report says Indians are assembled.
' New York' was placed secretaries. place its presidential in position and. their'principles, in accord,,with those of respective they now occupy If
J 1' chair at a certain assemblage and was to of Pennsylvania, Sixty- I at the election. A Conventionto a passage is afforded through the
four were present. The Whig members as to leave the Fogitive Slave law not the Union 'party "Georgia; they,have en- approaching Lake it

"r" 4 decide His certain colleague questions knew in a that particular what he man had from persons Alabama, Georgia, and Maryland, an open question, he fervently believed they dured the test involved in those principles take measures towards the organizationof will save great expense to the State in trans

nero did not attend. Seward remained in tbe would not get the vote .of a Southern Stat the Whig in West Florida has portation. This expedition is truly a critical
r.b 4i. recently' stated as his opinion upon the Presidency When this fact becomes obvious to alt, it though retaining the honored name of Whigs party

,. had been his convictions for more ante-room, and did not go the into Chair'on the chamber.Mr. will difficult to maintain Whig'aendenc -and came out triumphant upon' it in the been called by the press of that section to one for so small .a force. The route is

r than a year; and there was not a Senator his in The Marshall's vote on resolution sustaining gives the names of all in ,single Northern State, and be predicted -. last Congressional election. They have meet at Milton, Santa Rosa county, on the over one hundred miles I hope the General .

1'' ." the actions body or who opinions had less than influence the Senator upon from. in tbe chamber. a most overwhelming dee'a North ever since kept their faith-indeed,'we have first.monday in June. And the Whigs of and his party may return safely, though
. I anticipations
ij \: New York, and that fact that Senator would' As soon, as the minutes of the former and South would: He not trusted be realized in but he believed room to think, with a greater consistencyand the Middle, following their lead, have ape they have to traverse an old range for the doubtless verify on oath. He pronounced meeting were Mad, Mr. Stanly of North; ; appointed the 5th June Indians, which is not considered entirely
Saturday, for
Carolina moved that Baltimore he the place and he said it more in sorrow than singleness of purpose than the Georgia a

; the statements and false allegations in the contained and in designated for holding the National Whig anger, that the Northern Whig party would Unionists ; for in their ranks cal there not meeting of the Whigs of that, District, at secure. You shall 'soon bear again from

1'4 !*; that in detail letter; and to be he made this declaration aggregate with Convention, and the 8th of June tbe day. degenerate into a' miserable, sectional, abolition now be found one who is willing to ignorethe Tallahassee. From several sources we are me. Yours, j:

of his to sustainit. Subsequently he consented to modify it, and faction, and become so infamous that informed that the Middle is prepared to act From Marlon
11 I' a full avowal responsibility named tbe 16th of June. it would be a disparagement ever to have Compromise-one who is willing to County.

':I. made editor Mr. Marshall o{ Kentucky moved, as a been connected with it. prove an ingrate to the noble Chief Magistrate harmoniously with tbe extremes in any Extract of a private letter to the editor
There an -
in ,
was an attempt the'time and Mr called to order, and stated thatas course of action they may take.
' smother the substitute, a resolution fixing Stanly who has signally performed his duty dated
: rial in the tame to up au.f ,
} taper the resolution the other side did not intend to it There be cessation in the work
Compromise can
place, and imbodying reply without fear but without OCALA
thor uf it t>y alluding to him as an occa. not reproach. MARION Con
; f sional; correspondent," and as or.e who had adopted last, December by the Whig this was Mr.unfair Gentry to continue retired.his remarks. But the Whig party has never lost its iden- thus entered upon till tbe end of this begin May I, vf J

't: been in Washington only a part of the win- caucus. ning is seen. It becomes our duty to mani Ma. C. DREW Dear
Mr. Stanly said that although be approved After speeches from Messrs. Brooks, Cul- tity or surrendered its name, although it has Sir We bail, with

: t ter He, &c.bad no doubt as to who the author of the sentiment contained in the substitute, he lam, and other gentlemen, of no particular always! been, and is still, ready to yield both fest what is the wish of the members of the joy, the late meeting at St. Augustine. We

i1.1 that letter was. On a recent occasion he I I considered it out of order, and therefore interest, the resolution recommending the when our coterminous sister States shall resolve party in this section, and what is our own look upon that meeting as a lign'that the

)f' bad heard the identical language used in this raised the question. holding of the National Whig Conventionin for the sake of the Union and the deliberately approved coarse in reference to Whig party-at least a portion of it-win
I. The Chair decided it out of order, as not Baltimore, on the 6th of June; was
: chamber, the Fame thoughts uttered and the also resolution the of the South the subject. We regard the St. Augustine be true in tbe maintenance. the Constitution
contained germane to the matter before the meeting.Mr. passed, as a authorizing rights more firmly and more
thrown that
ideas out,
.;..1' same in this very letter in the Express.were He pronounced Marshall appealed Jrom the decisionof chairman to call the meeting together whenever expansively to consolidate a Union party, resolutions and action as a precedent to by strictly adhering to the Compro

?,'I the statement made in that letter the Chair. he may think that' the' action of any to resist the flood ot Northern fanaticism shape our course by. We recommend to mise. So far as principle is involved, the

':!k.j by its anther false in every particular so far Mr. Cooper of Pennsylvania, apprehensive gentleman may render such a movement ne which think the four divisions of the State, respectively, the St. Augustine resolutions are the
; :: that the substitute would lead to diffi- cessary to the objects of the meeting, and too many they descry rushing same
t I._ as they related to him. I either in, county meetings or District convention which we have advocated. We
% culty, moved to lay it on the table. the positiQn of its members. rapidly towards us. That combination, have takenour
When mendicant of editor
,1'JIt.., .: about a half-way and gathers such stuff an to Mr. Taylor of Ohio, was ready to vote I Almost al the Southern members who however, although perhaps as well justified to appoint each three delegates to tbe stand : it is in keeping with the well
goes up parade resolution and afterwardsfor did not themselves strongly Baltimore Convention the 16th of
for Mr. Stanly's expressed Whig on known and views of
be expressed the
{: before tbe public, there might some at the present time as if formed when the Whig
; found for' him but when who Mr. Marsbairs. He hoped, for the er- in favor of the sertiment.of Mr. Marshall'sresolutio Jane, and also two delegates at large for the South
l' ; excuse ; one of Mr. Marshallwould but regarded the Convention evils it would be designed to ward off were party throughout and in accord.
}; r. by the freaks of fortune thrown into official petuation Whig principles State. It is recommended also that these ance.Ylith.the action of
: and of not press bis'resolution i iri conjunction itself a the proper body to consider tbe more imminent seems'not in process of accomplishment the. Southern members
f. position to places high authority,
X. Y. Z. delegates be instructed by resolution to cast of the
of Mr. matter. Congressional
Ao' there. can be no apology for his conduct. .with that Stanly.Mr. by those who are to composeits caucus. Everything
Id"lr. the Marshall attempted to show that the their vote for MarauD FILLMOKC for President seems to demonstrate the
Mr. M. commented severely upon elements. Its temporary existence i in the necessity,
.- conduct of the alleged author of the letter, resolution was germane He was frequently as the first choice of the Whigs of the the wisdom and soundness of the
a the Chair and Mr.. Stanly r fOul L 0 I n lEFOlIGil.JACKSONVILLE E B South effected a great purpose-in rebuking movement
interrupted by .
' as one who, by bis position, suddenly acquired State ; and should he not be nominated then : made by the.Union Whigs of Marion.
.1. fell in midst
points of order. He appealed to the a spirit our not less hostile to .
! enabled to round to dinner upon
4 P1;; ::' parties,, was&C., and 'abuse go hospitality by disclosing meeting to vote upon his resolution.. He : our liberties than abolition, as well as in to vote for no man who is not as fully Mr ,Cabell has in every respect. fully

,t.f what )he heard and saw,and who as- considered it 'essential to his honor that asa teaching a praiseworthy example of patriotism pledged to the maintenance of the Compro-: acted up to our views as set forth in our.

fti' lamed a dignity and importance, rolling up preliminary measure, he should so act as ,Thursday, May 6th, 18552. and forbearance to those at the North mise measures. resolutions-(Constitutional Union.) He
if and down the Avenue in his carriage, witb not to be censurable for the action of the We also recommend a State Convention has ;
t; liveried servants &c., did not deserve the Convention. After some further remarks, COUNTY MEETING.At who for a while were emulous to be,arch- fearlessly advocated our doctrines in the

!: countenance and respect extended to all men the question was taken 'upon sustaining the destroyers as well as co-workers in the task of the Whig party, to meet in Tallhassee on face of, not only .the conflicting elements

Chair as follows: the suggestion of numerous the let of July, to receive the report of tbe that the Democratic enemies
:: of honor, but should be kicked out of .all of dissolution. In Southern elections'patriotism compose the

''' society.He YBAS.Senators Clarke Davis, Fub Miller Members of the Party, we an- was victor over this section of the Slate Delegates,to the National Convention, Union, but he has as. you see by his actionin

.!: had no doubt as to who the author of Smith Sprauoe Underwood and Wade.' | nounce that a Meeting of the and to act, in view of tbe whole bearings of the late sealed bis devotion
rebellious host the people breathed in caucus the;
. :1 that letter He of tbe editors Members-Allison, Barren'Sowne, Brent, ; a
was. was one
; of that paper; and that author he pronounced Brigs L. D. Campbell Chaiidler. Chapman UNION WIGS of Duval county purer atmosphere, created by the contact of the Presidential question, as the duty of the Compromise measures, by cutting loose from

as guilty of one of the most mendacious Cuilom Hue&1l Fowler Hebard, llosford Goodenowz'..' Goodrich W. Howe T trey M- will be held at the Court- moral elements; the spirit of conservatism party may dictate; also to nominate a candidate their enemies, notwithstanding they- were

! t.: of calumnies and one utterly,lost to Howe Hunter, G. G. King.'Kuhu, Meaeham, House in Jacksonville, had been and from it for Congress, and Governor, and.. appoint Whigs. Therefore, the Union portion of .
Moore Morehead :. W. Parker Penni- imparted to Congress; ,
H. ,
:\\1: .11 sense of honor and propriety. That author P. ; Presidential Electors.
said be I take to be member of tbe. man, Porter, Sackett, Schoolerftft .oendder, ON SATURDAY, the 15th. :inst., was:eliminated the series of measures'upon the Whig party cannot leave him, especially
'r'i a Stanly, B. Stanton, Taylor, Walbridge,. Ward, At Early Candle-light, It is also suggested that the counties that those of Marion county, who entertain ,the
'1 House of Representatives. ,; Washburn,Wells,and Yatel-46. : / wbi h the Whigs of the, South-of the
'; ; The Chair said the Senator was out' of NATS.-Senator* Brooke,Cooper, sod Morton. ,To consult, and take such action whole ,Sooth-without evasion, trepidation, hold meetings to send delegates to Baltimore, same views with, nim. We are Mr. ,CabelTs

Members-William Appleton, Brooks, Cabell; as .interests and Wishes do"at: the same time name delegates to friends,.and.will support,him in preference,
14 : order.Mr. Dockery, P. Ewing, Gentry;'Haws, or indirection, have boldly taken their stand.: J
Mangum said he knew he was out Cliga.Ld.Maa Martin, J. Moore, of the Party may suggest. This work'accomplished'parties seem in a the State Convention. to any her'candidate, because we" are.satisfied

. of order, but he was now.done. Outlaw, and, Williams-18. White of Kentucky Whigs of the different Precincts measure' to. be reassuming their old ground, As delegates from East Florida, to Bal. be is sound on the,Southern question

li., .' REPLY OF Mr. BROOKS.-In the House of Mr. Marshall announced 'that 'be could of the Cf1tt are requested to I prepared, if tbe lull of slavery agitation timore, the St. John's Whigs have named not willing-'affiliate with Northern,

I Representatives on the 23d. Mr. Brooks, not, under such ruling, co-operate with the be prsent. 'gradually sink into profoundness-which three good and true men-Gen. .J. M. Her- abolitionists, and smother the vital question;

having obtained leave to make a personal meeting, and he accordingly retired from tbe the nandei, of St. John's Gen. John Scott, of and interests of tbe South, for the single t and
explanation, went on to explain the reasons legitimate Compromise men think may
why be felt compelled to rise for this per cbamber.MrLGentry'of Tennessee'offered the following [LOCAJ KOTICE.] be superinduced by a reiteration by national Marion, and James M. Baker, Esq., of Co simple purpose of getting his party into.

; } sonal explanation, as he could in no other as an amendment, to, Mr. Stnly'sresolution PUBLIC HEETIN& : parties of tbe "finalityof tbe peace measures" lumbia. The Whigs of the East will be power. Mr: Cabell has higher aqd purer
way make the record in his justification to'unite them without motives'
: ready upon dissent; His sentiments: on that' subject
called for of citizens in the -to 'try their strength upon issues
by the record made esterday in Meeting
Revived That the members of interested and.they will also endorse the names sentiments and will look
Whig proposed are our ,we upon
tbe Cngs which decided the twentieth
Congressional Globe against him, in the inthtutecommending a'tune and subject of the :improvement :of: St. Joh.'s :though for time,
of the Senator from North Car- i "by the St. John's meeting, of Hon. him as the standard-bearer, for Congress, of
explanation National Whig Convention M assemble, are not Bar, be held this (Wednesday) may for the twentieth time be revived with- ,
tti p4p. olina. No newspaper comment upon that to b .wi evening Jackson Morton and Hon. E.. C. Cabell, regarding the Constitutional Union 'party--matter.
} .up out danger to our political framework.
at 8.0 at Mr. Brown's School l Room. '
aP of ,
speech could be transmitted to posterity-as ad'ConYntoD cock them as' for the State wJ
Delegates at what he the field
t j by name enters eheiit
the condition .persona and Alabama and Mississippi-States which .
it this charge against him would he, upon President'and The of the newly proposed .mode of
there nominated u for large.
'Pr was set at rest by a counter-explanation on Vice President cadidat. and unequivocally improving the. Bar1 will, be present and illustrate ,- when the' emergency required it, proved There is time for be WhigiorUtion.,

'r his part of the official record. He bad little pledged regard the series of. meau his views by remarks and ; their efficiency as allies to Georgia in the ample each section to The' mUedgevlIJe'.Sleeting*. .
pS respect for that sort of chivalry which took bOW the Compromise measures as a set diagrams appoint its delegates to the National Con- 4 __

p lc : remarkable care to measure its words by tent of and the ,d&Jru questions'settlement which invio tbeyembr. MAT Sib, 1852Adress "Constitutional Uoion"work-are now pre- vention so as to reach Baltimore by the 16th We-have given in-brief,the proceedings
t paring to organize under old party names. .
rules all 1 '
forbidding being given, in possibility$its'disagreement personalcflence with l.itSi: ; ,this 'amendment" of. Souter WrbTgsthjhE: Whigs. In'Mississippi a call _has been. made for a of June. The opposition Convention meets MilJeJgeville, Ga., on the 223. nltr in,pursaarice -
9 districts wherein 'Mr1, Gentryprefaced byr'ma.rktng'thathe of the' in the same city on the 1st of that month.In of a call for a Convention of.the Con-,
gentlemen representing 1nlic Convention
,, had ISO worded it as not '. ;, Whig.State and in Alabama_
public opinion justifies another .resort, and (0 be incongruous to,the:!resolution'and'Hhe .J .j''< :/ (,, '. measures are being,taken to the same end. [ our State Convention on the 1st of July stitutional Union party. In the fuller report

: grows furiously belligerent and, vulgarly. felt certain,that;the Chair would.\not and :ASJNGTOl.r Apr2 we could have before .us. the action of. the in'the Savannah JkpuMi'canVwe_find the fol.
The Georgia'is-the only Southern State in which
tuperative and abusive in its "aSairs" with cOuld Tiol rule it as out of order! He'did notimine Washington Rpb p1lh ti morning National Couventionfthe recommendations, lowing resolutions l being those adopted lathe
4 Northern.rtpre nt tifts. He'ttie'J called address the States, oldjpartje's'Vre utterly! disjointed and .
' i tt.w ''intended:i to'make! mere u.tomatons"of a t th ; we if further be made of tbe dissent ,
:.: attention his declaration, made' when be gentlemen, britiging'therti' to a three: and .half elul in' length/and'signed by think,from.i the late'.action "of"delegates to' any should assemblage which first convened :

first took bis place as a member, concerning m'e. to' the.time'and place' for hold Brooke,of M. Mortn"ad '.Cabell, Florida; the,Union Convention at Milled eville'that ing Southern'Whigs from the Caucus proceedings Resolved"(That'.the Constitutional Union

_ his temporary disconnection:,with"all that ing the Convention;'indot'permitting themto Moore'and La.j.'Manhall.-KT1; ;Gentry -' organization vill lose ; and the replies of candidates to Party will not give its support to any Can

might appear, the columns of the New pon'wbat' terms tb ywoi1d consent arid.WilliainslTenn': :; Outlaw and Clingman,' '; gradually strength their respective nominations.: In fact the didate for the office of President or Vice,
York Express and explained the embarrassments .ttel that State. 'In'nearly every Southern State President of the- United States, unless the,
; to bominees'of that Convention.; N;C..ranc Stoth r,Va.Tes whole field, would be laid fairly, beforeus
under which'lie bad labored 14 the His .or't nrdid"' otiroppseomake1aplatforriz withdrew- .from the ae.Wgwho the.Whigs have. taken their position IJa open Convention nominating such candidate shall
Wig; .
and time would be
cuc ample offered
before ,
: Hall, owing to his connection,who.tie press fo'tbe"National'Convehtion} nor They glrea'detafled narrative< the proceedings- party. declare its acqiescence the measures of .

; a t; when not here:. He bad taken every opportunity for' the Whig party -"'It'' 'imply meant to of the[ '1hIg Congressional l cuC djuiad The,Whig":party of Florida. as we have tbe day of election to wage a vigorous contest Congress, known as the Compromise: ,
tp prevent personal attacks uponmembers 'and for the'none other than national ures, and its determination to consider these'
fort principles
actngwt1ibith sustain their:course in
cr' of the House i in his Jia since beheld Ixpreu; blmsl gentfemen uld g llu before,said,.will.not sink: into the policy: measures as a final adjustment: of_ the mat'I'
; : : .t r'"bicb.b1f! b ing the.finality/of .Compromise, and retiring that we could:recognise or adopt.
a seat.on this floor.: In ;thenauer. of bO i3dby'.th..i; ., thei/resolntions; non-acbon{; and as it exists,'strong in numbers ters'embraced by them'
the letter, be remarked that'.be had H \ when were,ruled out t They indignantly t Church' .Resolved, That this'.Convention at. this,
seen Isateulge
but and in with'its cohesive ee. ,
"The Cbairrnledthe! : ipfr3ef.a partsis
: energy
: hat :
in manuscript,'as it had 'jbe'en'yvrutea7by' ** deny it".their.object, to distract '; -j', '. time, will take no action' in'reJaion.toth.': '
another, and then went on to show that be' .>Mr. ? P 3n"l I' :1.! the party,or'to_open i aea the:slavery. exeite- as ever before, and its members panting 'On;?Thursday, the 22d of April St John's approaching Presidential'election.- _

r could in ;'.0 way. properly. be held .respons tfie de, 11fIil8issppi appealed'made'an fro. met.j; ,The mote: att them was for the'wofk'cooperation" and'election-.. Church;;in this .town, was.:consecrated j>y Resolved That another Convention of the;

: : ble for its views or for those of the editorial; mated.epe 'chiddefence i of bi i .protest;. A"cbnyersafiorial desire t pot dow. who alt t *berefisnp, such"question as' '' 'ShaU'we, orpanize'l' the,Right f Reverend' 'F.'H_ 'RUTLEDGB 'D.:p.; Constitutional Union Party her called after

; : by which it was accompanied,which. be bad debate \ irithVteiiririg'frprn rule the Whig' party,and whos only hips of disUnetlon..i4 ,' ;fliur)pppqnents.Jn 'the',.State are the Democratic and Whig Coaventiooshavemade ;
:'DOt tread in fall until morning. : in the \aroselaDrunlted in.:the! Bishop : ; of, Florida, .toathe their.Presidential' nomination the-

"a. Globe, ..."< Mobrevpf'Loaisiaua,tCabell and 0ta\v,) measures.>JThey wished t induce Cmp at work, and for'aUthat' can be discerned to 'worship and service.of Almighty! :God, 'ae-; I! purpose of considering said nominations and

.., ;: ";Ia eoBMBec&eg on the epithets which Mr. ; ; 'assume national'grounds-the only position which: the'Vofltrary,1/united -4'be.Wbig'party then cording to"the forms" usages'arid ceremonies for the purpose of taking such action in reV

"' ., JltflguB baA see toapply to.him, (Mr iMrlCb'elttfo tefngiDe'<rm. ? i nian4ist4ota, 'can..take, and mb will nbw.'as':'it"3idin!; 1850, spring spbritaneouslyintofSritalityiuiii.powMX -. of .the! ..ProleMant' Episcopal? Chf.!! the lation to the Presidential election as'shall be'

:f Ji ; B.,) renewed difficnJtypf understanding .Mr. Ewing: 'of"Kentaeky.taddressed the; the harmony'iof&e Statei and palI existence ; We (do United States: of..AmeVica.i Thejnstrumenlof deemed proper'and' that said "Convention

i .I .; jost what constituted a: gentleman, and4it 'corisiderable-jengtbi{Urging it,to and Integrity f the :..Tef' notilose.sightiof; ,.the:action,.of'theWhig ; be held IQ'm'MiUedgeville such time: as the<
;; maintained that few persons agreed i in opjo- meeng'at atrieridmerlf, aSd mainUiniog that .object;<'was to'Tenninate"agitation : Donation .was'read by the' Rector, theRev.JW. President and.:Vice 'Pr&dents'of'this Convention -'

, : .ion.on, this point t while, it was certain.that' the South bad given'up allthat it could wit aer..iu 16y!declaring'the*finality of.'thetdI4oth Caucus' :7atWashingtoriwjththejfltensestioterestthiavewatcbecf" ;; -i : ..'Dj. HfRLOW. d the. ; sentence" ofconsecration i shall'.hereafter, :appoint i :,and make

:.tJ society at: large,differed very slightly. : as-to b nor;* '*tI*' .&.*ys 1 rifJ! "tsii ia m ,} wd beii. ;that i : \ Jts'prQ: e dings j' *andvthe lessons'by.the ReV; j. public, "!; *. '

"t1t. ;. be what believed did constitute'that a geaI1t lan. .Thus 'Mr.. Mbreheadf of JNorth CuioJiAaleire' suuh ft.dMJara'Uon,proceeding' from_dMingulsh-. ai4wtule ther. t tmay' 'be. !shades'.,of i belief J,.,SCOTT* ?f.Pensacoial The morning service ,A, motion. "was,-m"'to -substitute. -- .. '.. the- .'fotT

"La:, was written; that very the general: man wbo.eomes.senti it cated lime the'inlroductiod* of :the;amendment bt the at : )., ttC Y. D, .L 1 among;us as.tojhV) timeliness; of.the:with. '. was read by.the .Her. P.T;,BiB m? l lowinglor' lihe'c .resolve: : 4
contending '
I : from the billingsgate,of,the baccbanatian that tbtbobtc gtbe : }IonntqTbeUTkeSijos1tlon drawal'of our representatives those'who of Tallahassee) 'and'an i appropriate sermon ,Jneso v&iTbatiI ,Winexpedient; fOJ'lbe'

I[1"fnsh: *. orgies of some middirht i i revel.* to remit Jimeand rneetiog wasTstrletly: Heb reTerdeclaredbispurpose ,' and to,declare the acted i '''with. theriji there is*but one,vbiceat. for< '.the'&casrorwas, preached 1 'by .tbeev.< Constitutional.Union Party of
placed final .JsTh.i '
the authon !
Compromise of the AddreMprerdictiwiUrejnatiinth0 1.,11 if { : '* =-i-" : .send.delegates to either the .National.Whig
, ;his.bile in the Senate "
L Against member of Iea9
tilMother 4n i (t /tco..rat: ; ; deajrred defeat of,.the ;speakng,4for..EasternWbigs| we can8aytbereJft.ybQt c. C.:ADAMS, of'KeyWest., "i'In 1 Democratic ConyenticmsThis' .
-Congress: House .
couUrleatjW -
. with \bot'dIID.tme.thfnivJof ; r Whig eahdidiitei forth'Presidency, wIth i oneYoice-andthat.of. approval the afteruoon of the
jUI.'cJaim. to be recognized,as a geaileman b' Sunday.lollowing, appears thiirbeenredt6 f wIt ?
.B. next reviewed .CIDprmi: i h "IUo IJwfor of.the 1 consistent"purpose ;of those holy rite. f"Confirmation '
;!!r tie bartts, made "fpt. d'H ;was adthinisteieJbytheBtshopIote sending delegates to the, Hallett l ( cIRaritoi
him heretofore. : rr' wbo'ipreNe.cnge,C in mis ri8 luti6 1 "a dl J
gainst tod.:argued .Ihat tbe :
of Mfe4Conventidn aAadcUred bede' .. and Mo '
nominees' persons, ,on l Convention to .
'1 -| meet at Baltimore.on
The''Sadarew ifaf,ionelttsioB'.i ; i
' 'tI ; 'jDostimpoiUfit actoaUy named rw iU a &.Uon.dilha4 *gasra ladyruitless be '-that l N liCln w lmt'{or political partiei, f Jl t'bwfl eayt thlifutureai'ttal'lou wjU l .dj{.vti' aand. tli'" r w'iba.I't.i.tjQ1,:. .,..,f.'t1i: ,<1r_" 'St&t, 1' '4y ving titrate two.per on"j ,!the, tlsti I ,of JuneT-whi i
no'ca'ndidate: 'tl .treat'with Implied contempt the pairioticaid .:, t" '. "*
: .
.r.10 .1 .
: '
JtxM:itetlkttJ M/MWMfuro, tot1hi! ibreaiuresiJI ,1p, u iQ1i Aif of ihe'ComproT "t ; ; i. heightened 'in;; hetcrogeneonsneM" liT).th
G nailiadecleiati\ nof him'"first ili'th'e'liea .\ :.Kesws..AUngom 4 Brooks. .
} .
w ; ..that/ lie, 'wi' jcnitty f .Mtaftll/" keep* Carolina: ] : : attendin'c ''of: i f'o JhYFioHda'De*.
Mr. delegates rff
11 li&f&it'p : : (
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t J > 4fO.'f ibid' rTT" .
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TWe >
: \tjti& crriagewbich WM 4rir,;00 A i .* the f' nd"u I 't'WfV l. ffi'rri KiiV']: J D' ave Iist.wee1t an outline ofca'correspondence moCraC7dTWmnver-Mr. 'Toa: of!%
. aveaoe'Jby, negro, ""aMIJ" ths CompruinltejtbutCbairibatftbis org* to'ttt. . >-triumph orer VzLueoaL: ,.ut.yet I ihjziaye4out 1 t
th. .. I between the proaxuigt4. tfi.
iivery Though be bad bets so coanM SO t.i 1. f -. I'.M1.I. letterwriteKfonth'eNew sert- >f the substitute, '. fact
Woaeio'iuthority ,
Authors-; L;"e."t.bialJI i i3jl ,, i 'linu'and > } u. < mUtO" by one*f two delegates; from SWe, I. York Express who'sign's himself Ari that {it was.the intention! of;af fe 4"members
fixUtg 'J
'. .ifoot. Into..his, thin liar byO h" i",1 ; t J r 1t.hnlTt' in:itilmar Mrty jneeling;'f 1'Jth'V perform: t 1i1A "O' ;"
carriage!*ao r. : l.g pi i d\ MrStanley'ofNorth : of- Ug-'CbpTention afler,'adjourhmenV; (
*- ** $ o
-4-1* : :
.U'aies.since', uJ41 1 Crb" ... w o _.-ttW .U Ir. dnQfficial 5f. f *- '*V.dace1 ;t : ;
;, heliadbsxfiv: be. ;i>otarf aetsjcannot operate !
: 4.4 .Y Cleave thi.ibraPtbi. ol the' ,0 thtdea.* *. N. .! ftit i 1 : Hf..j
? oelujbt npo ,: wid tb I' f expected lo.o7 ra '
DottrWwsdiDg is* : v ,.arcQnauIta4 J
ljr nutud h. B
O" < p'uhtYltOlbim.; of to tbeiLei&
. jiurtwjiooutr declaring that;be iWo lcl,mu4bjHktbct _U&i ::1i f ; Gen! ".,. ,
fJ1ii'f. dic3
a4ry fjcwidftaad 11m\ltC6 tiAirj .
L c Und iI\y..Of baying &negro i in Jir.jfcry Ii .tbrteeJBMM ip ( ',, actioatbya whoIebodyof .ScoiKJMr MangutnTUio iaTalle himself?ofjifte timorencbnvoeation-. He wished to eschew

!td.d/ivetim,than.hioiseUto'acccpt.the U MCb M..jJ.o """ 11.zf.) ... ., :,. 6 sUta, nts. ''MoreoeriJ'oQr.repi.4 ,1Uviavijtaen"one tn the Senate to. -rW"4m9 th&old parties,'as they bad: no fixed princi
Ii 'p1ace.4Ioutber4rwerht. ol4iojivcrt =Mf.k' M ,._. ., 4 : 'stepfn C ll 1..f".l. v .t P ce !' \:lo
lsr *IIthiI1meadmeetwM I1ro 0: ;'if.l i .id hiin
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to 4 teanrhudingfojtba; ency.Aj.tpkne. 1 .. i. witb th4i t T'- i-4 Hjyr A ;
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i.t e. e 1i m remarkawill thtff
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1 I s.Spe kereJappediQ) cr4er 111' 1 tJoo,'J d if Mfbtlte. haw, r. :v:lII'"J! =. : -': h f i ,.ThU i echand tbVfaci'that Mr:'Mangurnwa & -Wjelectedj.under JhaiJ

:s.w: I Mf.,B.'eentinoiftgi fite it..sspologlzedfafcJ :, !by the Cbir a 4 n>tt4,SKW;by"r .fiJI" .f fJt for tbelrtjiartyit'w Vt"li hoeito'tndI* < chosen is haVrman '!;ieWhig .Cau ; 'name.' }rA'.largw mafority'of the, COntnbaps4ourfiftbi..wete t
the .
,withdrew:hii"fonBer.='censureqpo tfee iM Jrie.WM'awsj*that th.el"t I t t afj }>!* future* :
,tkKiibero menben'of BOOM fpr e.J01ibaiatinr tbwM aiUtJ1im Melt.osa4 duty or that t&i II.,. -,0) ..
1rtJJ" .
: Jr.ortlJ ; :
; ; 'V""r-*4'iV ffrUH '' % -r l'i 4Ai "L ne'pri r3I--Y'1M4Lb ')f -. .
.'f"C )ft : debt thtpeOpteukth. 1
: ( 00)1' 0'i::64T several points'ofthe r8tater'eipressidns .
.el' 1 lanai.haughterbq -H U ofMrMniM8it1 Judge Jackson of Walton opposed
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I ridenlly determined! not to maintain affijia- which mloot lit. eonld con.eb pMf d bt atfi fe ttrt Coorte v ': ::U Mfi.a.m.'. l":1i. l .Union i : letter: :s. beta' 1 t i
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and their own responsibility to tfc*Tcrnfe of Wssbl.g- .- _
opacity, upon '-'._& ,
to fend delegates to the national Democratic WUHTKCTOK, April ta.W 16.-Koseuib and': his r Il tt' : tiiuN.F.EROWNpeApIL-lSacb JI.we..y. $100lKSAVEDF3:1I!

Contention, they should allowed to do so. lady, M. Pulsky, and others of his .suit, accompanied JmZ 0JMIr suT1oa-baing belab ., ,.._ _. _. ., _J

Mr. Jenkins succeeded, in opposition to by Senator andMrs. Seward anda c Ji- t.. wtthotafte/to, udertlu foi more Joint than control-two of years .r EVaE Street ur.PEAJlL.STII&'r.,Mew ... TM.e..wr hlsi sr. ',',- J

of party of about one hundred ladies ind : Mitt.iVtWART' content&- Deed .
any purpose sending delegates to Baltimore AND MRLM4 MAM.OW W; #- _beftr wordstELEVEJV .

; to do so would' be to cat the Union gentlemen, visited Mount Vernon :ay; in --.. ; -5L'MA1LOwhZiIaieT L oawietodfwtta'one alcD'........ ,A.GAJ.UI :' .,
I the steamer Collier. The party stopped; at ., '. ofth.moss popalar!Ae&demie
PI'WE at
party off from all communication with the Fort Washington and inspected that beautiful JL SUBRE hY', W i+ : C, and:brings with her.&H hIP-teatiao-Greenvffla with tMir SAFES ef, differ BtaiaIt r*p..lulY

I conservatives at the North of the Whig par- fortification. They then crossed to the tablish hi* School i place, eDa c of her character 114 success ea a Teacher. the eoa&eDta flame I The Safe au byBju4'Ca.dded
thi alllO aDd U
refers brought eat
the to Cot B;M.. Pg.o. *eoateat*'.
i ty-and be never could consent to be thus Virginia side and landed near the tomb. It invites. It win be public his. e a t1.merit cultivate the WK. D.V Bnu1I.w this place. &Del Mr..: ,without a.atark of;Are_ poa.taeai. I, IfJ: :
visited in
}r fleparated from such patriots and statesmen was silence, and Kossuth looked esteem of his pupils; and to instil and MIa.Swz tender her thank to Taw friend I MR.GILUERT'SLErrER.-: I .
upon the resting place of the remains of the Calvin Oak fed&e which tend develop the the pablk generally for the liberal patrooan : .jr.tTa

i U MlLLAKD FlLLHOKE and DANIEL WxBirta. illustrious Washington with evident emotion Gnnsnt and MachiDest pcJ n. & h already that by received the and reepectfullyaforni them rnu: Is ncrcHXK. Aim pun. an.'ir.Nnr .,;..J

\ His plan was to await the action of For some time after, he retired to the adja. HAS permanently. located himself Jackson- tute Without will be conducted on le ei.the J, Mn.MaylowMch eeently pa.formed into';operation association"with on the TOM"Dee.20,'1851." !

r both conventions-and if neither 'presented cent wood, apparently to commune alone ,E.F. He is prepared to do all work By most system of reviews i let of March, aa additional number of pupil can Mean. Sriuura and'A/A to c"'
and VW,
acceptable candidate, to appeal from the with his thoughts. The party then viewedthe in the Gunsmith line both in Repairing and tug ha* suggested,the eaat01 be received into the institution to whom faith- RIca ft Co.;Ae Ill Water Street successors New rort -'.
; an other features Manufacturing. lie has a new process of RI- S M ADd conscientious discharge of'duty Sins when tHin
prominent this hallowed Wt Knowledge wa eocmrnlng :plaee; of
t politicians to the people. and returned FLEING, which far surpasses the usual method. acquired, Cot 1hl! Oa cheerfully given by both the teMh.ri. Buamew.No.211.Pearl StreetTiwa aaseat
to the in the after- .Jan
city Those wishing can have them made to order.- Am. MAXOW will devwte attention *
Great S partieular "
are'oere- 'the "County
Mr. way of ,testing a
f Cone and also sow eleaaia
Chappell anus-
Judge op noon. All Machinery and to 1 to the French
Gunsmithing entrusted health and beauty of situation_to parent*wish- Department,as well as to the. usual rata fa connection with my Ezeehdor Tbraahft':
r posed sending delegates to either of the old -_ his care wQt receive prompt at\eDU m 'He ing to send their children from home, a* no pain English l studies. _. aDd dieillOt nacllhiaeeeau saUl I was f.sreJ b;.:
Arrival at the hopes by close application to business to merit. a will be in providing for their 'tcetkt. was 00 late to save. boob wh1i
conventions though the latter thought BnOlnffton House. share of public patronage. s .comfort. and OrthPU'tr.of '$ -were pia
parry In one of safe
your ,purchased from Mr. .Marvin
,. and _
r members were free to do what they deemed 8. BUJTINGTON, PROPKIETOR.CoLJ.AV. Jacksonrille.iNor. 13, 1851. tf. The discipline' .will" be inflexible, gh"d antbme.0' ,,.' -'-. ._, 5' $400 omeyara*> My fears were not allayed when*11
and .. S t Grammar, I found it neeenary apes sy'&m to apply tte
f geography, nd history500
fit in their individual capacity ; and if they .A.pril2S. la. To Druggists pUv. instruction include*all the bran- .Tbe higher 1'&Dches of the English' Croton Water 40 hour before 1 wa eaaJJed.t o

f desired to send delegates to Baltimore, he J. G. Clark Geo. dr. five children Bryant,and Apothecaries Perfumers Confectioner, Patent oboe of a thorough finished English Education, education ." '6 00 commence operaKon j after which it required M

H. Norton do. servant JackMIle. Medicine Factors, and Dealer in and a full preparation for any College class., Extra chsrgeifor'instrucuon. "in the French bonnet labor and application to rain the Salamander .
was willing.Mr. ENGLISH STUDIES. Iwnjraage. and drawing' S S from ft*ashy bed.. Too msyjadg.efnsv
S. Fairbanks. N. Y. I
Hopkins also made some remarks, as April 29. May 2. Toilet and Fancy Articles. The magical department ef this Institution i* anxiety daring this delay,and ay.sgveesbl..u.price -
B. J. Vt. W. C. aaghton, Ga. PRACTICAL ADVISER, or.Com- Orthography; Rang; Penmanship; Pong; under the charge of Mrs. BavAN an accomplish upon opening the safe in.the presence of a a
well as Mr Kenan. GKll'I.., and four j. Oakley, N..Y.Mrs. THE of over One Hundred Recipes, for raphy;Grammar ; Ancient ed performer on the Harp,-.Piano Forte;and Gni number of gentlemen,to find aay book and papers '

Mr. Halsey moved the "previous S. C. Steward Sav'h. the use of Druggists, Apothecaries Perfumers, em History; Rhetoric; Book-Keeping ; Compostion tar. Pupils from the country.can be accommo. sand and a*legible a* they wenpreviov to
question servants G. H. M. Clinch Ga. Confectioners, Patent Medicine Factors and and Declamation; B&y; ; Vocal dated with board,respectable,f&WUimpISO the nr*.' .The intense heat to which the Safe was
! ," which cut off further consideration ofMr. G. W..Jones, do. Dealers in Toilet and Fancy Articles. Edited by Music,Drawing. $12 $15 per month.:. : .- objected,can be conjectured.from the eoadUioa HI

pri30.Hon. May 3. HORACE EVKEETT, Graduate and Member of the SCIENTIFIC COURSE. f'e b. 26-11, .another. safe, [not a Salamander] of which an' '
Thomas' substitute, the original reported I. H. Branson H. Bilbo do. S bon skeleton frame only
i. and not
of a
in the of New-York. vee-
College Pharmacy
St. Augustine CoL E. D. Tracy Fla.. city Intellectual, Moral, and Natural Philosophy tip of a book. '
resolutions ; Charleston and 1Tbe1..mpal iatha-!,
Also The Florida
celebrated of Professor Wil-
were adopted-leaving an 1 I Recipe Line.
J. F. Price, do. Hon. L. H. Thompson, lard for Astronomy, Chemiat.r Logic; Geolog. ,4 same offioe,oa the second floor from wbJe they 4
, which individual J. W.Price,Jack'vffle. Tallahassee. making good Soap atone cent per pound fell
opening through gentle- crate of carthern
that will wash better and quicker, without labor, MATHEMATICAL 'The Splendid tfewFaekelteamer ware in" the cellar the .
! men might crawl into the Democratic11 than any other Soap ever manufactured. This ruined safe upon the Salamander. If their pod3tion
, MARINE NEWS. alone is worth fifty times the price of the book to try; Surveying; Algeb Geomet Trignome FLORIDA, ,, would had hare-remained.been reversed not Ion even the, skeleton _
pound. JUy aver the insur
: family. Exclusive wholesale for the L. M. '
f PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. any United States and Canada, agent itry; Differential and Integral Calculus. COXETTER COMMANDER, ance is $1,900, yet the, salvation of my books ia

\ H. W. LANDOD, CLASSICAL COURSE. S now running regularly on the you 1lllldr* with the wpresentative* of

Arrived. 100 Nassau-street, N. Y. Latin Greek German French.A Line.,between Charleston Savannah $100,000 and important document which could
t G.n-TheCiIndivid- I not be duplicated hu
and .the St. John'. river; fully compensated me.- |
April 29.-Brlg Ladt of the Lake, Hinds Char"n.Schr. Price, 50 senta. Post Office Stamps enclosed
of Lectures ; It will afford
!; ual responsibility" Convention assembled on Madeira, Ames, New 'ork. to that amount will pay for one copy, which will the course will b delivered during The following Schedule has been adopted, which cafe me great of pleasure to exhibit tne.' .
Philosophy The shows the new purchased ,and
year upon Chtmitr. hours of arrival and departure at the von explain its merits
3.-Sehr. be United
May BaIL're.Brig sent free to of the States.
Joseph Henry Morgan, anyparl
i i the same day, at the same place, and after .' Booksellers School wi be famished with a apparatus various ports: at my present omce.No.)1 Peart street where.1
It. &S. N.Y. Stationers &c.
Lampoon Wallace, Newspaper Agents, ,
shall '
will afford until
ample for becoming remain the
; the adjournment of the Union Convention; 4.-Schr. Joseph Marsh Ray, do. : enclosing a cash remittance will receive the workat acquainted with Science opportunities and the LeAVe Charleston every Tuesday st12 o'01o .. erected. Yours new building No.' 216 i*
practicaloperation respectfully
co -Sehr.. Athos, Robinson do. a large discount off. april 15 of laws. Leave Savannah every,Wfldaelda, at 4 co P.M. .
from G.
to jta
twenty-five thirty persons were '* "-Brig Marccllus,Norton do. Leave Jacksonville every Thurada at 10 ... GILBERT. ;
I The will
Academic be divided into four The '
year Leave Ficolata undersigned invite country merchants and "
Thursda .
Paper Hanging Depot every at 2 P.
: present. Cleared, weeks each. ,
of eleven
quarters[ Students may enter other interested in the preservation of their book >
The first resolution adopted, reaffirms the April SO.-Schr. George M. Robertson Claggett, No. Al.Courtlandt-street, New-York, oppositethe after the co.mencement of any quarter, and EETITRSI50, from fire,[but particularly those having Rich
of the National Democratic Baltimore. Mercliantf HfJlel.mIlE b charged only from the time of thei admission. Leave Palatka every Friday, at 7 A. x. : cafe in use] to call at the depot 1-16 Water street,

"principles Con- ce -Schr. Waterloo, Lewis, Damiscata. Croton Manufacturing Company ( TERII Leave Picolata every Friday, at 10 A. .. New York 0 see the interior of Mr. Gilbert'* ._

vention of I 843'.' The second resolves that cc -Schr.. Hollowell/\Valker,Philadelphia. JL under the General Manufacturing organized Law Board and Tuition, incilldg lights, [fuel, and Leave Jacksonville every Friday, at 3 P.'M. safe with the books undisturbed which he has*,

the "adoption of the ofthe State of New-York) offers at wholesale, in washing, per offve months, $l3 0 Leave Savannah every Saturday, at If ff A. .. kindly permitted to remain for the satisfaction )
quantities to suit purchasers,at MANCFACTC EES' German or trench extra, 6 0 The Florida has been built Bunder the and gratification of the public.
Dlseaaes.-Deafne. special
by the last Congress was in conformity with Cared-Dr.J-Ear LE BRUNN offers to Radically those suffering LOWEST PRICES, for cash or approved credit, Music (including use of Piano) 15 0 superintendence of Capt. Coxetter and her speed Doors{*;>-,Order for and Burglar Proof Vault, and Vault"*
Fancy Drawing 5 promptly faithfully executed.
Paper Hangings, of every variety of style and 0 and accommodations for
from Deafness his are unsurpassed
principles affirmed in the foregoing resolutions infallible AURAL REMEDIES Painting in Water Colors 9 passenger STEARNS MARVIN,
price.Borders 0 by any boat ever placed On the St.;John's. .
which have been successful in nearly ". Oil 12 :'Successors to Rich ft Co.-
and therefore the finality of the to match. Freight and low other S
; 0 passage as as by line.
of any
THREE THOUSAND CASES confirmed Deafness. 146 Water street and
Including Instructions Perspective from cornet,Avenue A and St.
Fire Board Prints in farther .
Compromise, '(as expressed in the resolutions These remedies have been pronounced by Dr. great variety. ture. i Any information can be obtained by applying Marks Place, New York -
Transparent Window Shades. to either of the .
Kramer, of Beilin Itard and Delean, of Paris, (Payable quarterly, in advance.) undersigned agents Owner of the exclusive right of Rich'Patent
Oil Window J. W.
of Jacksoo and Hi)Iyer, recently passed in and Curtis Pitcher Painted Shades. CALDWELL, Charleston.E. .
Yearsby, of London, as the Wide Window Curtain .W. BUKE Savannah. for the whole of the United. tate. sad the enly, 3
the House) is declared. The premise is evi- most wonderful and effectual ever applied for diseases Window Shade Fixtures Papers, and FOE BAT STVENTS.English BELLECHASSE- & FINNEGAN maker of Salamander safes combining both patents -
of the internal Studies an'd Mathematics$10 '
and middle commonly called RICH'S i.
ear. They safes WOOER'
0 or !
dently new, and will sound strangely with comprise three different courses for the various Ofthe latest styles and 81lpt'riorfiilih all of their Including the Scientific Cu 1 0 R. Jacksonville. Salamander Safes,with Rich'Improvement., ,_

the conclusion, to those "platform of'44 and diseases that effect the external, middle, and Internal own large manufacture and entirely and new importation., they invite As Merchants their stockis Latin and Gk.. 0 March 31-Sot R.REID,Palatka.. *> ( Feb.5 18
If the in advance.
ear. disease is confined to the (Payable )
external quarterly
'48" men who'though always cleaving to the their affects Booksellers and dealers in these articles, to call I
ear, are the fifth ;
apparent A liberal deduction will be for pupil in
and examine their styles and prices whenever they mae Astonishing Intelligence!
sixth Dr. LE B. Groce.desGroce.rlesl! !
: latter, have never until now found anything or day. warrant a cure in eve visit the citj.Country the Primary studies. ,
ry tax where the year is perfect in its formation. I Merchants N. F.BROWN. The, ,Cash System !Adopted I 11 J JAT
in the Compromise, but a gross Federal assault He has eighteen certificates from those who had can examine this stock from JUST RECEIVED per Sch'r lof Melrose.-direct
been deaf from infancy, whose hearing is now 6 o'clock in the morning till 10 o'clock in .the Reference. the new GROCERY PROVISION New York,a full and well elected asortment *-*

upon Southern rights, with a fallacious completely restored, and who are now enabled to evening. Hon. WILLARD HALL, Rev. S. R. Wrcxoop, STORE, of the Subscriber in the city of of GROCERIES,adapted expressly for
, clave-iendition law as a make-weight for the learn the language. Over tuxnty-teven hundred New-York, March 'I, 1852. April lev.[ CORKY CHAMBERS, Capt. H. B. NOXES- Jacksonville!! family use, consisting in part of; New York City

cases of Deafness have been successfully healert by Wilmington.Dl; Dr. MiuJnuBrandywine Vil- just received and opened my large cured Hams, Shoulder and Bacon Sides,Me**
surrender. him. Certificates to that effect may be seem on r Oil, Tallow, Grease, and Ohio lags, Del.; BRADFORD,Dover, Del.; Rev. HAVING Stock of Goods selected,with Pork, Fulton Market Beef Pickled and Smoked'

Another resolution appoints twenty dele application.Patients. Mineral Paint. J. E. Rockwell, BrJn N. Y.; Hon. J. OLIFHANT express reference to the demands of this Market. Beef Tongue, Smoked Selmon and Beef e:4

by sending a few particulars of their barrels Machinery Oil, price 75 cents Dr. A. E. BID, Meord, N. J. Tearh.ersTuno. 1 take pleasure in informing the citisen of this Sausage' .Makerel, Codfish Irish Potatoes Sa-,
gates to confer with Messrs Hallett & Co.- 300 Rev. Z. gar Lemon, Boston, Soda and Abernethy Biscuits
case, can have remedies sent to any port. Terms: per gallon. Re.THO. CAIJ placer and surrounding country; that they are'now
with a distinct understanding that the firm Fire dollars consultation fee; ten dollars when 2,500 gallons same, 75 cents, in casks of VArious A. MlSJE.Wilminoton,Del.; L. BARROWS, ready for sale at remarkably low rates for CASH Smoked Herrings Gosben Butter, Leaf '
the hearing is restored to its original acutenru. sizes. Adovr,MU. nov 27,'5 :1, oniy.!.An enumeration of the mmltitodittoos article Lard Catsups,Preserves and Pickles. Dried and:,
endorse the "foregoing principles," the cor- N. B.-Dr.LE BR UNN'S"Treatite on the Ear 200 barrels boiled Paint Oil, 55 cts per gal. with which-my Store is supplied "deemed Green Apples Dried Peaches a choice selection.

rollary which nearly the whole oi the establishment and Diseases, and Treatment of the Deaf and 5,000 gallons do do do do Pekln Tea Company Warehouses unnecessary : suffice It to & -that I have everything and The assortment of Stuart also Refined Candies ke. '
nndersigned would inform:
desired respectfully
Dumb, -translated from the French-Price one in casks of various sizes. (save dry goods) in the way of
have resisted and rep dated. dollar. 850 barrels Tanners' Oilvarious kinds and 76 and 77 Fulton it.., New York Family supplies.' '; H. T.TITUS. his oldc1ll&0mere and thepablie in general, that

The most anomalous feature of the Address Dr. LE BRUNN, "Union Square,New qualities from 35 to 60 cents per gal. ..cTHE' PEKIN TEA'MP.U has Jacksonville Fla., Feb. 19, :.. he-ha oa hand in addition to the above. '

York. apt 22-lm 1,500 gallons, in casks of various sizes,various )z m has FULL. (AND BY HIMSELF'C CAREFULLY ,
whole proceeding is the recognized right of kinds and qualities,from 35 to 50 ben maintained a. Jear reputationfor E. LHARILISON&CO.ON SELECTED) STOCK OF.DRY GOODS '
JACKSONVILLE HALE IK8TITUTK. cents per gallon. Teas of the most delicious character : ; '
in the first for : of almost'every quality and naxnesuiteil for thern
men topaiticipate: meeting, an SECOND YEAR. 50 tons tallow grease, for heavy bearings.and and and at prices which have in every BAY STREET FRONTING.LED- ..,

independent purpose, entertaining and avowing coarse machinery, in barrels or frgcy. atioD The Teas are warranted WITH'S BRICK BUILDING. 'SOUThERNMARKET.His ] .

i at the same time an intention of accomplishing IKSTRCCTOKS-Rev. I. SWART, A. M. casks of any consistency required. pure, and may retud if they do -not -JACKSOlVILLE, 5, 5 ,, FLORIDA.. -" ..,.. ,fr stock consists of.a well selected assortment--:*
W. D. BURNHAM.Prof. Price 6 cents per pound. prove to be as they a represented. The Teas e-; of Staple, Dry and Fancy Goods; Ready Mad
another. Who ever heard before .C.L. DES ROC HERS 150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint,in barrels, at wldby tb Company a done up in 1-4 lb.-1-2 mIlE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform Clothing; Cutlery,Hardware,together with Croekerv. -

of National J-Terms for the Latin and Greek Languages the lowest market priee. lb., lb. packages, making it convenient JL their friends and acquaintance* thai they ,Glassware BootS*ad Shoe*;Hats and Cap.
men attending a Convention as and for the English Mathematical and Scientific Machinery Oil, warranted not to chill In the for country merchants to have a great variety have established themselves in the mercantile Saddlery;in short every variety. of Good.usually

delegate on their"individual responsibility course, are the same as prerioualy advertised. coldest weather, and considered by those using it with a outlay o capital Hotel keper business in this place,and are now receiving and kept in a Dry Good* Store. .- S _
llasses of fire for French equal to sperm oil.; .certain having on their auniform opening at the stand above named, a foil assortment .
If the Baltimore Convention wants delegates for Paintin in Water Colon,$5, ;$10 for Drawing in OIL ,$5 IJoUed Paint Oil, equal to Linseed Oil., other may of Tea: which Tea of which consisting of Dry Goods Fancy Article, All kind; of eountryprodued taken in exchangefor
; 12. than for chter Groceries Hardware Boots Shoes Hat Goods,at the highest market ...
white. .
so cheap, they must be hard up. Jacksonville, May I,1852. 'It there is voriety, are up in(threewrappers. Cape, o *price- f'AD
: I am constantly receiving large supplies. of the The inside i* of lead the second water Bonnet; ';. &e., with every variety of reeds the G; riI be oU n reasonable* '.,

above named articles, and my motto is, 'Small proof paper,and the outside Chinese rice pa1"For usually kept in a Dry Goods StoreiWhich term Customers would do well very to call and examine --
Fire Meeting HEW ARRIVAL profits and quick returns." they offer for sale as cheap as they can .be for themselves before purchasing
BUSHELS WHITE CORN. B. F. PON1J, sale at the New York prices, for cash, by purchased at any establishment.ia the.Southerncountry he being folly assured that none win nnsuited -.
000 56 Water st. the Pearl st. House,) .. &beir-eDtire stock been' selectedby go away
(under the Agent, MAYER j having
the rood
10) bbls. Extra JOH as regards *and the price ak4
At an adjourned meeting of citizens of 5 hhds. BACON SIDES. Sup. FLOUR. Jan. 1, 1852. New York. 15 ., Savannah, one.f the firm; with much- are and Attention- for. them.. *"' MORRIS KEIL. .

Jacksonville, on the evening of the 30th ult., S 12 kegs LEAF LARD. Notice. Feb. -t and flatter with'themselves a view particularly that th.- wilt to this be market enabled th'ey to ComsrOceankBaiStacsisitifleNov.'I3IL : "' S

S. D. FERKAKDEZ Esq. in the Chair, the 10 bags RIO COFFEE. give entire satisfaction to all who'may favor them tf. t
10 bbls. WHISKEY. PERSONS demands I New !
baring against Goods
any New '
ALL God with their patronage, both as to the price'andquality
of the Committee 5 boxes TOBACCO. estate of Roland Roberts late of Columbia
following report appointedat ,
of their goodlThe . h
Wholesale and Colm&biaOoiuityTazConectonSaleBY
the Just received per schr. Joseph Henry, and for county; deceased are hereby requested to ZAt 'Subscriber* ,will be,constantly ,receiving ; .
previous meeting was presented by sale low for cash, by present them duly authenticated within the time RCEIVED. direct from New York such additions to their Stock as the state of virtue of authority vested in me by'law,'I ,
the Chairman : May 6 ALSOP & BOURS. prescribed by law, or they will be barred, and all of. Fashionable the market may require,-and 'having!made *arrangement expose for sale ia front of the Ceurt

persons indebted to said estate are requested to DressGoods, of French, British,and American in New York orders can be nppiiedat House cIoorol Columbia County,OB the first Monday

The Committee to whom was referred the Just Received and for Sale make immediate payment to the nndersigned. Manufacture,comprising in part-r .. ,, the shortest possible notice. ..' ? of June 1852 the following described tractor

subject matter contained in the first of a series A. J. T. WRIGHT French oil col'd Gingh Aericco. Hides, Tallow Beeswax;and VIiCkHSS, win parcel of land situated ia. said county on the

of resolutions passed at a meeting of BV Sheriff ex off. administrator. French, English, Print. be received inexchange for goods. Suwannee river, near Livingston Ferry on said

citizens of Jacksonville on the 16th ult. in H.: T. TITUS Furniture Chintz, Fig'd and Pl Friends and customers are respectfully solicited riter,containing 400 acres owned by Amos Bin-'
State of Florida County of Doval. and M1l81n to call and examine this stock before' chasing aey or heir,for taxes due the State and eonatfor / -
regard to the Fire Engine and Company, beg THE FOLLOWING SUPPLIES : Sarah A. Falana,} Do. J akonets, P and Fig'd Swiss Mu elsewhere. EV L. HARRISON, the year 1851. State and county tax $9 90.. .

'leave respectfully jo report: 23 barrels PORK. vs. > lins, J.PaiNDERSON. A. J.T. WRIGHT; -

-rt 2,000 pounds SHOULDERS. Joseph Falana. j Cambrics and J aekonets.plain and checked, ,September.:1, :. .U.'a ,. '" Sheriff Ez offleio Tax Cter.'
That one of their number, who is a practical LJ 6,000 do. BACON. BILL FOR DIVORCE. Fig'd Berages, Silk Tissue,nr rich pat- Alligator, Dee.13, .
; 3,000 do PIG HAMS.. ,terns, T:\ sELLIq'-1pFF -Ii' .
had made and ; '
Engineer, a thorough to the Court that cheap, MarselinesBF I.
appearing by affidavit Wide Black ;very .
complete examination of the Fire ngine A -ALSO of Jellies- .. IT Fauna, defendant to the abort-stated < ana 'i Silks, of every eolor,. -' ,Winter Stock at Reduced Prices,, ::\ >- ..-..Notice.t. ,1

belonging to the town, and gives it as bis Pickles large assortment- ''assorted French Preserves Mustard.and Bill, resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, Crane Shwl plain and ebroide FQRC.ASH'ONLY. ., .. :"f SIX MONTHS after date I win present my
opinion that the machine with ; Catsups Which and out of the, State ofFlorida; but'within the Paris ,Black 8le LMt -tt. i > ** ? androneher to the Hen-Court ef
re will be sold low for Cash at >
proper prepared.
United States IT 'zs' ORDERED, that publicationbe Do. Silk and Lisle Gloves: : "- G. 'Barton r c.W'OULD Probate of Hamilton county,and ask to be discharged
pairs-which will not 'exceed in cost thirty the New Store now occupied W. ,
H T. TITUS made in tome e newspaper, once a week for the Jenny Lind Pola Gaiters,' from.the administration of the estate of,
dollars-can be rendered fully serviceablefor May &3t Bay-st., Jacksonville. apace of Three Months, requirin said defendantto Brone-tipped .'Opera Gie. reepectfully. inform the Citizen of Susannah Lowe,.'late Hamilton. county. ,deceaH *.-. .
the UM--b.4I
and vicinity '
.the for which it is intended to Bill of'Com eeL'
said ,
purposes appear plead or answer Single Ties; Slippers .
the second of .un of Bonnet new selling off hwpreseat stock of jf an aikrWInf .JOHN W. LO'iE,' .*
provided a sufficient quantity of Hose be plaint on Monday* day August en- The most ap Spring ;
Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron suing the date hereof or the said Bill will be taken Do. Hat*,. Silk DryGooas at exoaedingly low prices to male 'Administrator.
Be .
procured, to be brought into requisition in WORKER.The pro confesto against him, and such further Cidn" and of the rch' room for a fresh svpply-Spring- and Summer 'jJ'M."r'l: : !

cases of emergency. The Committee are order given in the premises as to the Court may French FlowerriohBonneRIbbous.'- -Goods; his present Stoek consist*m part of oJ "'HU.A&torDei
nndersigned is prepared to perform "* English and French Merinnos Cashmeres'DeLaines Feb:23,1832. marUn ,
of the that meet. 'Alligator,
unanimously opinion an outlayof seem
all kinds of Tin Copper and;Sheet Iron trear-. ;Alpaccas, White ft CoTd .Flannels,Cotton
.. _
hundred dollars would be and Shoe .. "f c ',4
two ,
($200)) a a' Work, such a* the manufacture of light Judge to-tc.. Gatr r. .r: FlannelFnrniture Calicoes,Col'd Cambric. Notice.- "
sufficient amount to purchase the requisite Culinary! Utensils, making and repairing' ..STATE FLOEIDA 5- ,> Ready a'splendid' assortment, 'Super F.rench'Rlk.ClDth, Tancy' Cassimeres, WEEKS after date f.f.halt htO ,
quantity of this material, which, if properly Tin Gutters and Spouting for Houses, Tin Roofing County of Duval.I ) Silk Cravats Bonnet'Ribbons. Elk La
Tin and Zinc Coffins, and all kinds of work ; ,
used and controlled by a proper Company of to his line of business,which will be ISADORE V. GAKKIE, Clerk of the Circuit equal t New York /The country public ces& "" '' "- ,. county for Letter ofAdmiDia&ratin4ID .the e-'.

Firemen, would prove the most important' executed appertaining with and despatch. Court of the Eastern Circuit of Florida for Dural are tlicit to call a pr ue Goad ShawU and Scarfs White CounUrpaines". do S tote"- of. William. Colmao deceased. ,.- .. .
Fca :
do hereby certify that the above Orderisa Muslins JOHNrE COUUN;
auxiliary in the extinguishment of fires'in county Brc Embroidered Curtain ,Worsted Hosiery. '
the fltj- Orders for articles, or services) tot the true and correct copy of the original now on file ( L ,B. : S51V'BooV&M.ntiIi.------- '" -; :'ADlgator, March 31; ApL 8.-6C.' ..
populous portion of the town that could -- ,
attended to. J '
country, will be promptly in my office ._ :- ALSO -
probably be brought to bear. Without the' 'J* T*U: JaVrVy'A TJ'U** fr n 9 Is WITNESS VTHEREOT, I hare S hereunto set my 'The" eam-thwi Sboes,India Rubber' Shoejl'Merinohbts : .TaxiCollecfor'a; te.J"; ,

procurement of from two to three buudjed May 6-tf Bal- L.,Jacksonville hand and affixed the Seal of said Court. this 19th &drawers Cotton do do, Umbrellas, Carpet virtue of the power vetted in me by Law.*

feet of hose, the Engine Tfould be, (as now) day of April A.D..1852. apl. 22 i f- :Leave Jackeorilrjlle.5on;; .every Bags;Elk silk ft Fur Hats \o ether. 'with.. a B shall etpose for sale before the Court House
almost entirely useless. Dissolution of Co-Partnership. S Saturday morning aY8 a. m./for'Enterprise, large assortment of Fancy goods. : ,0" ." .':; door; in the town of Jacksonville, county of Doral -

be? REWARD touching: Fieolata at | 12 p,m.Vand C Jacksonville. Feb.. 6, 1832.., ..Sol. ,'on the first Monday in June, J85Z'lIetweea I
With regard to the organization of an efficient THE'Co-partnership heretoforeexisting' $20. _. _, 8 .p at ..Enterpriseat Liz,legal hoars of *al-, the following described.
R. Boulter P. Mooay., and H.EVW. from me on the lit instant my boy before Tuesday;,10 p. m.'iLeave: same dayat 0 : much thereof will the State,
Fire Company, to whom the of 'iNotice.: : property, or so pay
manage the of R:BOULTER fc CO. Rattaway. ,
Clarke under
style there Wednesday
& 30 years old. stout thick, and 1 p. m. for arriving and DDt1Tues due thereon for the rear IS&Vtowitr :
meat and control of the Fire Pak months after date I.will(present m.L&O
Engine to be is this day dissolved by mutual'consent, by the dark complected about 5.feet and-2.or A inches :stFicolat$5t; "; 2 p.'nt." SEX Administrator ef the Estate;of W m. """ "*

entrusted the Committee do not hesitate to S withdrawal of H. E. W. Clarke. high; speaks TeT1.qaiclt. when spoken to; baa a 1r andarrive at Jacksonville same day., Johnson deceased, to'the Hon.Judge of Probate Five hundred and twenty-eight acres of Land*

give ibetronibion that such a Company The business will hereafter be conducted by wife near Jacksonrille and is supposed to be lurk- scnger landed. at any point on the river: ? Columbia, county, and uklor:a final settlement situate, lying, and being in .the swamp of *. B I
;.Meara Boulter and Moody, under the name and In that .Also the 10th,FRANK For or apply on Pottsburg Creek and i numbered Section
can be _organised-composed of. permanent Ing vicinity. on 1 passage fight. bod. and allowance of the same and of my di- a*
i stIle. of R. BOULTEtt, & CO. formerly belonging to Joseph Finegan. Frank is P, SV-TSe the nnempioyedatJacksonvUlerwin Fifty-one the Plat of Township Three South*
and active cuizens of the town .who will 5- S -RBOJTLTER. charge from-the admiai or said Eutata.5 upon .
about 5 feet 8 or 10 inches high about,30 years be approp atedfor .. GREEN OHNSON. range.TweBty eevM'-East;-,iir the efflce of the
manifest that degree of :interest care, and S 'S :4. P.MOODY. old. yellow.ompleted; does not speak very good towing -vesaehi' 1 sea or in.tbe' river. or, -.for.. I. :, Admmistrator.j '.. Surveyor General ef Florida.* Said Laad.beins",
watchfulness so necessary to a proper 'discharge :WZW.PLAEK: Enellsh. r, ,.- S towing r.hou a1.ofler., '. AlligatorJsn4B,1-852., 6111. owned by the heirs of Franei Goodwin or owner..
'of the perplexing 'and! ,responsible Person baring "claims'against tie Above arm, i .The above reward will be'p for the deliveryof .' .1eb:1:1 : '. 1J1bOWD.'URIAJ:1'Uuw.ur."i. : j
duties that must necessarily devolve ,upon arc requested to present them for settlement and, them ia any jail, or$10 for either of them-so -. .-:: ; S-, 'jfotice.,5' :;' : "V ., i "' Tax AM V ft Col VD: Co.

them.The those:indebted. .threto are S notified to make settlement that. S l',tan'S get' t.emez. b J.A.. SUMMERLIN.- :Bread i,Cake, :. (;PIe Bakery l; | SIX: MONTHS and vouchers after date.a*tie I shall Administrator present my ae-of Jaeksonvnie, Fla.,Nor. 6, 1351.. .'134dJTax '

Committee would therefore report and May 3, 1852. 1m may 6 apI 22-tt S nnHJS U to inform the'Public that we h.yem 'Estate.of John. ..deeeaaed. latest .. :Collector's Sal ,.

suggest that a committee composed of thirty ., .' h _. __ _. r ;JL full preparations to2. supply the 131kAD; Monroe county, to the Hon. Judge of Probate of ViRTUE of the':power:.rested iii me' 07.J

two (32)individuals'! be organised in'each S SELLING 'OFF'OLD STOCK.fMlHE .. NEW.HACK, LINE. ,- other iirchnsers with very excellent. Monroe county and shall at same:time apply to BY .J hall expose for sale before the Court
> : PIES,* CKS,which we 'a now delivering said Coart for a discharge from said'Adauautrationoi House door Ia,the town of Palatka,.county.f.
manner as the meeting may think proper ; as 'Subscribers Inri'tiTthe attention"of From*Alligator:'to Ocala rernlariy' of customers-V' .
pur- lor tb b1. ; -* <* --". Putnam,oa the first Monday September.I3S2, .
a Fire Engine' for the JL chasers to theirmn&iDiDKRJII)1yof GROCERIES Ve take of 'x>ressing our take .
permanent Company '-- The subscriber'takes t prtunt" ,All person*interested-. dewredto; no- between the legal hoar of sale;the following described {
Town to be controlled and PROVISIONS; 'ROUSE ARTICLES thanklltor of enoonragementwhich NICHOLAS SMITHAdmr.tXey much thereof wfll
governed by informing the public that lib denc tice. ," :I IS popert5y-or*o pay
such bylawi.aud regulations '.as.'they & :.,'which.. -they are --ieHinr off' svt pea.t'1C iiuce.4 ul operation,' this T we hare ,and while rejpect- Watt,Nov.lS..laSU. : the State and cou4tyTsxesdee.thereon for the
nay upon
DW of the warranted -
Urgain BOULTEfi t'CO.-.J.; faltywiking a same 1 ISSr to wihaS.cm1aeret JDOre or less ofLand
fortable safe two-horse tao year to adc L, "' and run 'offer i. S '
Mayf-lm": Bay-it;' Jacbonvfle.4. It"connectlon.withtbe'; : .C.:.Western la claiming' t iBr whichwe '*;
-one Committee are .illrtb'rmore'' cf'the i"- Stages tronT Alligator.,to,Newnansvilie, And to Qualities nnsurpaised i a Utlwhi! MONTHS afterdate,the derigaed ad-. Township .KtS of.Raage-..;Section 57,af

opinion that a Company of this nature, :c1D: ., O".a.: :JIp'A ( : Ocalaty Mleanofiy, twice a week i leaving Alii- _to make tel OBUi pal pure the,best wbo., SIX of tae and Thursdays, ,the arrival h deceased;late Alaehsa eoaaty State of Florida 38 of lowDship 10 8..aact.ltup'.lE.-
nzedrwcntld *
elr'OIp; | application, lo the Watchmaker and 3ThI7ACKSONVlLLEFLA. ; gator of on Mon. Stages, and ran upon through, to I the' laud o a exte Bmker;j1 will exhibit his account and voucher.beforethe SeeUea 33 ofrOWDlhip11: S,and Rasp 28 E.jr S
next meeting .of the General .Assembly'.ofthe fie* 1 oa.t'r;g Honorable Judge of Probate for said county ssaid Land being returned a*the property of Ro.,
Lo'eonnectthaStagesfroinPlLl2tksto ,
;; as .. : "t'* -
1 : -r ; .. .
be from u; bertMeHrdr O Fairbanks Agent.JI.T.BOYD
State fully Road by
exempt Taxes I) !
Tampa Bay;on Tuesday Friday 1.x. and familie vrherewlth" JI '
that & Dht 'TlckeU furnished any .
Would VespeotfuHy Inform the pallia ,
and wwiat4a
and daty- ; .
Military Jury (tbe Committee fah. lath limit of the town tupplied at an early koorBundto ,tF"t'U. Tax AsV ft CoQVj
be has taken the shop enBsystnetfor.niedy ,0 that J .; ,Ater.Baltimore Putnam eounty.Paa&a.FeV1
all in take or they .
pledge themselves to do their power occupied by William Grothe, wherehe is A&I Oc i shallbe every aT. Prioo-6ct1.' er loaf.7& : t f1 ft1ft f.J ,. 1i'. 7J.G11ATELYlIIIA"7; 1883>td*.;. 7 : T f
deaiystoprooe COOPAUN.-r1 -
towards the furtherance oTaaclfobject.AJ1 prepared to execute afl work entrusted to his care' Ck i ,,:' QJ4fER5' d .-6m. t4 1 \ J
*' -"', sceommodatedwith i 'DoTI1-tt. 'lI _""'t". .' F4 r : i ".. .
of, *which i 'reepeclfoUysubmitted, wita despatch and. ia.workmanlike. .. -S&. .,.. at reasonable rates of far, the. Clyey> .1 J. --- I -S :1 5 S i9oiiyTaxPoU.cbr'iSale.I31'VIRTUE .
4 ; *, .. : -1.' .i .. .. ... .. .
: -, _. U1tOghGthatfltL5 -. : /-.r' _FINEWSUPLIE8 t
T : j .&r7la1ad : of 11-.eby:
J7' ,1 S..D, FD.1JU to the 'BaIh811'.lWJd authority lavvesV'
attention wlthia htt S
v. : S LBrTYUGTON, eU A4 Woo.c.i i Every:of.:-passenger*'tad pw.of.b .-0000" r conl 'P' 1' ',," t-;w"& S. 7r poee-for ami*,-in front of the'
eao' : Gfa.1e B, v. Court Hoa**: door Of Names eoanty,en tM first

-.R I.-n.. Y. Bzzrrr tr"p Steam,8&w,P11k. 'r\H solicits 1 shire be rendered of the public and pat-outgo.he --respectf.- ., 1 .,... j HA Monday of June,..,-4he following.deeerftedtracU
a : !
;. ', 'M .. WM. MOOSKT,' ., mIlE CtMPANZLswzmiMas,' CH n: .. i '.p1 "Z'3lni'r iL m. f'-1"B tbebsn vcosiv4, .r parcda 'ef land dtnated iasat4 eeontyt
.5 J 1' .Cui" D&OW.., I r" f.f. '. Ct1 /J *, ,(.. One tract eontaimag SSOaeres;ryinj teartfce iw UOOII&e jan'evdir. l.e { :1 i ? iinitalift t-'Co:> ."., ,
,1 \ JlTkVf ; 1cI..Or WIEia1.. .
.i : CornFlour-1-t.-r -f' .
."r' '.S 'Cimiil: _.. :,'. ./ .for nd Couea.A4 .'.iur7_ an .J .;; S,.p ,..-. .. .N.- "... ',-.',. ,.j I' b7 ""- ** :t'qt iJiMI 5 i ';.. _td bt.-.u Jrkiq. _. ''UiorbS .t called Little Mma ano rtraetlvinjtoo FaaksV ; ;
klads-- fill &tat wboU Mills from Ut ; l JAMES IIANJLU M4J'" -"' '- '- .4j 'p'JIim ,
,: -:, S 1..t sad '.. 5amWsostiluthg JIO.1OJI''I'. a ..
0. potion ; .-
MrDEWAU,4tWM'; w&terwbeel a-steam.engine to the finishing n* .;' 1..J1.J J"1l iIk"'. 1jMboD.. .' ad.. 'f" wjn: described '
ehia*. Steam Saw Mills for :*e;single t ; ,. ,. .4'- 0i.0IiI SW by- .
., (ntaifa Conaaitte:&appoTotd gasp St. "3 .': -.--;- c- '_ 5''S' *' .I '8oa1',.. .uuici1't. 'i I I aadare aold fortaze*.frem' -
assip Machinist* Took. of .rery dtIori 1 S 'EF tow Jk**. J" $9 S ': '
; &; Buahela HeaTy Will ; 1rWi LJ &a&a&atw.'TI a# >e* : :
4 vt&tOSi&Sd -
to obtInbe qulsiie'urnetof names for k Looombtira aaa Freight Cmn. Maehiaery oran } !f OOO seis at Boultsr e'i'StcTe *'$. : t4Nt, Jf A-'L34UDOCK.S
PicamEay-; .;. ., ; kinds ell 1aA4..eJa progress. cS .:.-.f, l o of the UaUm J;"':: : '!'-, ,- '1 t"\f iev 7 JAMES jfl,5jf! ).M."cfiit ft ? .''SherIsnd U&1aTCoIl.der.- .
bst __ ,c 't 4 3MkIOGVI aad mmwroai.other arfcicfa;Ja nev274di .ktcto oi.t.nI1' k .. :
;j jW Famfly'OrdoeriM, ,
bereopospn; motion'* .'Y.CBLz; \ t; i.t M4I-. :.t.'IDelawarii., -
liessra. &1tauu JI. V. c' "iJJaabtla'JrLOV 1FFft_" BoiIta = t" &&. >
CD& .
z *nd -.a. Vla.o' .liE*'
; : tit
for. ., "u. Jr :: 1IN *q7-. 4&CO.I&arI byit-t $ "P.I s1J t iW.l JDAyLv'T.-V'T&. n1fIi -
Wiuw m tCPiiti : "_;. .r. .." '-.- .it ,.! JU.N1LUt. ID U1. *,BiIbe'k
fF ..,.,. ** \xm\ I ABI m aAri Yt '. '.'l "J'1. '1 t..1. :1 MES ., Lors 4OfIrnU4a 't'f tTWS .f >''J
Tie I"'ad ;'sits ii,' i* ii i ** *Tf r," i'w J J'H J y f. 2U. ."1 :- 'AieUt-4t: $ -1 S' Co..II.'JrIarc1 II" _OflICE-

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.-.u-10 .Jt f lIo. &, UstofOfieeraoftltBSlate ofFloridai'd Rates of ietterPewtftfje: bdw.ea.m In '-t 1 take mush pleasure to recommend youloan M
TIlE tV PfltlMmf N i the UaiitifivStatee, and' to a nflfPro1* Joe tt i: then who may be similarly&ftIiCUd."I .' _.

,I. tl bin& .ojUTJt'Or. iCIKCy.OiDSDtH. 'CODHTT,) 'r"t Ul' Canada, froatlvand after theajpTSinn*,, .. : YClllldj., BJ.mJ UN -ttr .:" ".TU1.D.Y C ('i'Slf(. 1t) S ......, t4 w&ffiSisfc* : 18911 ***S55s, A' ... < -5. i o, 'l '; '
; j. .L
f. "I .J J : j;. ,' :; : : _/; I .
otu n3us IlEW. For every single letter In;mnncript,or paper X .JDj':1 .3'\CUOrfILLZ' 'Z7I85L
t. 'Will hjiwaftef attend the pircult.Courts la.ali th* Secretary State CHARLES IV, DOWNING. of 'kind which information shall be r DeLrS1r1 lSiaentlrel7relieved'-cf

, ; cowJtieslnthe. Jiaitern the Attorney General PAP.cUOG1JE.Comfler ,.T : asked any upon la writing,or-by mark ; ; ':Jthanka to for tn40BIe'
Tjum-Thrn;Doflua per: psys11o aadSouthern Circuits, 'JOHN BEARD.! *-" -* '. fJ or communicated plaint, yoa yowr"INDIAN LQ
.I, Supreini"CourtTand th.''fUaUed : feaJ'Diatdci or signs sent by mail the rates mentioned in the mroD m @ UUSIY'.itUthebeitlnave ever sed'BATCH 'f UtdIseue
; cpm ordering the Paper.- ; ,_ Treasurer WILLIAM Ri HAY WARD.
IS' ? table shall be charged ; and for every.additional Ifeel h.lJ'P'Ia t
teeOtllDltDdlDC t ,
(1;. Subscriptions,If net paid before the expiration Courtj. for"the Northern District, Florid. Register State Lands DAVID 8.vWALKERflClwk HAYWARP". half ouneCor fraction of Jaa..ounCe".Tt the pab1io. ,1'01J' tnJ1 :
] Jr 'timf finoit "to tl upVAut. 'Supreme.Court ROBT.iS f this table 'ftdditi mal: ngl GEORGE
t : eflhe year'are charged$4.- ',. '" "' U. exdussvey weighjAmedia ,an < 'COT"TEYi
Insertcu at the following ., JUDICIARY. ?* ratesMTbe charged il ) X \ r TLPolnettE.q; ,
AdnrUaementl'Wm be & I f' vBLI: d..
ri TQ ttBE
:Jlj' .rates*tone Dollar,twelvellnee )For JOO1Iolil ftirtktt. nottct, )' In JackwnviHe. :Supreme Court' Judge"f' *J < .,-HaT for cTeral., ';deToted S ..machtime lsr.AJmi&.10u.I ,
., f,jH Z1 tb.A! and Seicntl-Five Cents for,eyery'ubse-. .E t'11-. rld&1. .' marl2-lt'' -', HOB.Walker Anderson j Ch.'Jiutlee. I Pensaoolft' 4-- ::1L ,1 ;.t a1 to the examination and collection of the Dear Sir t ThuwiH lnformyou that thrM '
Vent To Advertisers ft liberal Hon. A. G. Semme I Associate '"I Apalach 4.! .- 0& j .rations medicinal and herbs f
t n3ertOfl. yearly : L; 'II J i plants, roots peculiar : my children were dangerously Ul with the DtL,, -
: .
iilc:01Ui\"W be made; AH.transient AdverUse- JAMES l.ijAri'it: ,, HOB: iA; Thompson. ft -? iJTal'has'e, ,- 8 = t ID peninsular Florida,the proprietor of i tery or Diarrhoea,for<'about six -week*. ] triS
.. .. ,. -" '2 S
t. I ;l I
; m nts'(except by persons hating a running account L-rwLxz'4rLtW S ;' u" ; .j-" S'h' cuaitrtAdte t* ; :.: 'if. :. ,. t ( this medicine baa acquired a knowledge in this almost everything that generally i*oed fo7 T'
Hon.; Geo S. : S 'I d1aeaaebntaUtonoec-A4.
Western flswApaIiicbMidde .
with the office) must be paid for previous to publication. -, 441Ziaor, ozumb C .ZI17oriJa.: J. Wayles Baker iTil'aTe ,; ,0. "So.: I branch which is rarely;'obtained by those commended me to try your, Medieine calkAiu...

. t Eastern I Thomas Douglas I ws'dIe S ',' ';0aZoE.c !r=' whose object alone is botanical discovery and DIAN LOXECTJs.* I procured -.

Persons at & distance' goventheiciIt-? ,m.. ,WH.IT'SITHI, Southern Jo*. B. Lancaster | K. West 0 classification. ., ? happy to say that 1|Bottle of il eared an three-
tances ; the James M. Landrum,Sol'r W. Cir., UcheaanftQulncy 5- Until the present year, he has bad .DO of mychildrea-hopin*yew; Tftlaable MjutS!?'
followingratesj :
for advertising by ATTORNEYS AT LAW,' I Samuel B. Stephens Sol'r M. Cir.,.: Wa.XN PEEPAID.. ,CtJ.q.Cta..CtI.. of botanical may become generany known,so that aH thataT
c One square (twelve lines) published:months Columbia Co.: East rda. John P. Sanderson. Sol'r E. Cir., Jacks'vllle Weighing i o*. or underbewg .* .. thought compounding a remedy be a1Ricted W1tJ& this disease may have
; Sot.!. .. -- ".. $1000 Alligator. ;; ,. !" F -,' Ossian B. Hart Sol'r S. Cir., K. West single rates. . . .3,6' .10:15; .: himself his labors baring been directed and. safe remedy. ,Yours, t rul.. > e, ..
Over 101.and not over I oz.-. G, 12 ,20, SO the filling of orders from abroad. JAME :
,. .
Two ,for six IJlOnt1., 1500Legal S OSSIAN BIRART1ATTORNEY 1S Over 1 11 '9 18. ,80 .45. :To "
squares : COUNTY OFFICERS. ox and not over OK The manner in which he has beeu'led to EPotueU, Esq.
other Business Carda'per an.' 10 OC Over Ii os. and not ovcrZoiI2,21 40 60
and and creditors' :. 7 a ,AT LAW, [[First name Judge'ofProbate; second name Clerkof Over 02. and uotoyer2oz. 15:.80 60 75 place,himself in bis present position Is as J.\CUol'fVIL July 30,1351

Notices to debtors KEY WEST,.PLA., Ct Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name 'WnKa UNPAID."' > :* U follows:-A personal friend afflicted with Dear Sir I I have tried your very valuable Med.

b1: Application for letters administration'. ,,5 00 1 Practices in the United States and State Courts (whenever it occurs a* in Gadaden. fee.) Tax Single rateat above ... .t 5: .105 .10 15 Dysentery, having failed of obtaining,relief cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far the best and'

: NoUoeofAppUcationfordimI1UAd1e.iV .of the Southern District of Florida. Assessor and Collector.] Over 101. and not over 1 01. 10 20 20 SO from the regular faculty one day addressedhim safest cure for this dangerous disease that 1 tr-

* trator r '':$1000'' J1I11 104C'FOHNO.HATELT Western Circuit.. O'verloz.andnot over 1| 01.' 15 80 :,4tf 80, 60 45Over1oa.andnotoyer2oz.2O4O thus-"It is said that every .soil ,and ever about known two years or heard had of.suffered My little long daughter and and

For announcement candidates for office, 5 00( County. OJ/i.CtT Post Offict.Eseambia fBO 60 75 clime produces an antidote for diseases to almost skeleton r was reduced
Charles N. Jordan FensacoU Over 2 ox. and not over 2| ox. 25 peculiar a ,and tried tart ,It
.b No announcement will be made unless the same ". ..44Santa- FE.DeLarua to the locality j If so,you, with your a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST" and
NOTE. From and; after th BOth June 1851,the
it has acted like
L I. accompanied with the amount charged. ATTORNEY AT "LAW. F. DeLarna mode of computing the rate.upon inland letters knowledge of the field and wood must and charm be by the those child Is now im
proving seen who
Editorial notices for private benefit will be. OFFICE. NEWNANSYILLE, I Rosa ,John ChaiDMiJton -1..letters from one office within the United know of something to relieve me." lieve. may Respectfully, do not be-i

;$9 rharged double the rate of advertising. E.\T.FLOlUDA.. 44 E. S.Amos .4''S States or Territories to' another, and >also upon I The reply was, that he. was acquaintedwith -. A. V. COLVIN,

,4 Religions Obituary and Marriage notices,will tf. Isaiah Cobb Jr.* North letters American between the United States to be and as the follows British to the properties{.some plants and roots To E. PoiJJsett,Eaq.

Ipi le published gratis.Communications. WaltonHolmes 4' Daniel Angus D McLeod,McKinnon Ucheanna" wit i Single rate froviDcee-it if not exceeding half an ounce ; which he believed would bare the desired ST.NICHOLAS,Fla.,July 81,185L1*

must be post paid. 'B. M. PEARSON, 4' Wm. W.McCollum* double rate if exceeding half an ounce but not effect; and animated with friendship, he set .DearcSir t This is tc certify that two Bottles'of
: .* treble rate, if exceeding an about the of Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECUST"has '
ATTORNE 'A T LA W. Abner Baker Cero Gordo exceeding .n ounce; preparation a medicine immedi- your

t J P. Sanderson HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and and so on charging an additional rate for every take pleasure in recommendIng
iw j ATTORNEY AND COUKSMJ-O AT LAW will practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits 'I Robt. R. Golden Hill additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce. own bands, and then carefully compounded.It your valuable Medicine-u being without doubt

I;i ; removed his office from Columbia the Supreme Court of the State; 1 Washington 4' -Norman- Orange" i The mode of,computing rates upon letters to was completely Jfueessful-tbe cure was one of the best and safest remedies this disease

i.-f -HAVING to Jacksonville Duval County the U. S. District Court for the Northern Districtof i 14 John A.Tabor Campbell Co great Britain and to all other foreign countries effected. The fame of,this cure, spreading that I have heard of vr. seenYours truly

, informs his friends that he will conC the British North American provinces excepted a circle of friends induced W.O.MCINTYKE..
1" respectf among
Florida. Feb. 19 1852..U' I Fred'k R. Fittman Marianna To E. Poinsett
Jackson will remain as at_.present,under the act of 3d Esq.JAeuonvnxz;
;9 o'Oe the practice his profession as formerly. I .4, S.C. Bellamy March,1849, and agreeably to instructions appen- applications for the medicine; until, to avoid June 9th 1851.'

; H. will attend at each and every Term or HOPKINS & BRAHAM, .. James Griffin 4'. ded to the table'of foreign postages. the trouble of making a' .preparation each Dear Sin I have used your Indian:Loxeeust;

-j I' the Circuit Court in the several Counties o Attorn '.* mt Law, Calvin Stephens DIRECTIONS; time, a quantity was made ,up and kept on in my family and have found it a very valuable

j ; the Eastern Judicial Circuit the County of OFFICE at PAIiATKA, fe. Fla., Calhoun R.Benj.B.F.Evans Parker Blountstownc
'ii ; Hamilton fn the Middle Circuit the Supreme WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business Thos. J. Land an ounce in weight, shall be deemed. a single. letter accepting a remuneration. More than one recommending it to the public.
'. Respectfully, J. E.
, IL Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. entrusted to their care will be promptly attendedto. Franklin Arch'd T.Bennett Apalachicola or 2d. AU drop-letters, or letters placed in any hundred cures were effected. At length;by Egber Poinsett.Esq.jACisonvnxr .
the advice of friends and tired of the
'J! Augustine. AU business entrusted to his care February 19, 1852.-th Sam'l W. Spencer post office not for transmission, but for delivery inroads ,E. Fla., May 17 1801.
_S 14
I. made his time and he
3 tr; will receive prompt attention. QCf Savannah RtpMuan please publish tf., and only shall be charged with postage at the rate of upon purse, determinedto Dear Sin This may certify to yon that J his
, JachonviHeDwal Bend their bill to this office. Middle Circuit. one cent each. manufacture the medicine for sale, con-
'Address-J. P. &IXDERSON 4 negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Diarrhoea
3d. Each deputy postmaster whose compensation scions that what had proved blessing to"a that the of
Florida. Gaisden Edward C. Love Qnioey and use one bottle of 1our'
41t; Count, Joseph S. Baker 'H. D. II Robt C LesterSamuel for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the few, could not lose its virtues.'from being preparation called,"Indian Loxeeust"effectually
Jacksonville.Jan. 17, tf II 30th ) did not exceed$200,may send throughthe I
cuRd and would this
1E PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE MIDWIFERY 4' B. Love to mail all letters written by himtclf. and receive offered to the many, or from baring its mercantile it take method of. recommending -
4. O. McLean as a vafaabl Medicine
r1 McQueen McIntosh, AND SURGERY. Hugh through the mail all written communications price, instead of being gratuitous Yours truly very JOHN BRANTLEY.;
Leon David W. Gwynn. TallahasseeNewport addressed to himself on his private busintn which This, then is the origin of- Mr. ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, Office on the corner Market and '< Oscar A. Myers Egbert'Polnsett..
kt. of Forsyti shall not exceed in weight one half ounie, free of POINSETT'S INDIAN Loxzcwr.
''t'l; WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern Streets opposite the Court House. Haley Blocker postage. This does not authorize them to frank JACKSONVILLE, July 28, 185!.
4' John H. Rhodes He does not enter the neLl as a competitorfor
Circuit the United States District Court at St any letters unless written by themselves, and on Dear Sir: Sometime since I wag attacked with>
li1' ; JACKSONVILLE Fu.Cet. Wakulla Wm."J. Council their private business only; nor does i; authorize public favor lathe ranks of Quackery. severe Diarrhoea-so seven that could not attend -.
Court at Tallahassee
r I ,.' Augustine; the Supreme ;; 16. tf. II Wm. W. Mound them to receive free of postage any thing but He has no dreams of building i up splendid to my business. 'I.. recommended to try

'I', ; and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of! 1t Abijah Hall ,u written communications addressed to themselves, fortune from pills and potions. .Yet he doe your "INDIAN LOXECU5T. procured can,

.. Florida against the Government at Washington, BOSTON & atJNBY 4' Alfonso R.' Combs and on their private business. not profess to be so disinterested a ''philan Bottle of it. At the same time two members ot.

.J.' ,*. : either before Congress or at the Departments. COTTON w FACTORS' 4. Jefferson.. Thomas Craven G.J."Fifo Chace MonticelloCourthouse II ffeutpaper Ratesper-quarter ihen tent from thropist as to offer his medicine:for the pub my We all family used were the ,medicine aflicted with from the toe same;one disease Bottl6>!'

: fc>.ADDRESS, Jadumville Eatt 4gida:, S AND .- _. I' Daniel T. Lenizo ct.II the office of publication, to actual and bona' .fig lic good alone. He wishes and hopes to-re and I am now happyto inform you that it cured

i't 1 : May 2. JsQ tf .1 GENERAL COMMISSION 9IBRCHA1VT8 I John Woolen tubKribert: j alize a fair return for bis labor,and the; expense us all entirely. We are now all well and hearty
From after the 30th of June J831 for each from the use of only ont Bottle of your Yaluabk
Corner and Madison Alex't McDonald ,, to which he has been subjected. He -
Say Jefferson Streets
.if W. Medicine. Yours
Jamer Bryant not three truly
:: Saml. R. Sessions newspaper exceeding ounces in weight, offers no universal remedy for "the IDs: that TIMOTHY .
SAVANNAH GA. the annexed rates to be
11 per quarter are paid quarterly -
John H. PattersonRobert
i ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-I.AW, 41 McKinney 4' in advance. .These rates apply where flesh is heir to," but simply claims to have E.Poinsett,Esq. ? ,

tf'.qf Will attend to Professional business in the Courts JOHN BOSTON. JOHN II. GUKBT."i the paper is sent from the office of publication ,to discovered a remedy in the vegetable.king Mandarin,Fla.,Oct. 1,1851.

of the Eatttrn Circuit of Florida and in the Fed October, 80, 1851. tf.: Hamilton. Henry William J.Day Stewart S Jasper 44'I actual and bona fide. subscribers.' dom for a certain kind of disease; .firmly Dear Sir-Some time since I was on visit near

t era) Court for the Northern District of Florida. E. M. Wm. J. J. Duncan ',' .- believing that when he says it will cure,'he your Your place,and Loxeeust was suddenly takes very sick.
.4' 1v\ MOORE & CO. Indian was recommended. The
I". I "4 Jeremiah, Smith "" ; but speaks what the name of that medicine
11 .t. ALSO ACEKTfor S GENERALCO1ThTTSSION : friend that I was visiting happened to have a bot-

, !..1 : for general Business in the State respecting Eastern Circuit. tt.1l purports. in the Seminole' dialect THE TROTH, tie of it in the house;and I used it, and takOf1ea-
HERCHAWTS ANDFACTORS sure in informing you that it cured
:f..AjI {rants and donations of lands, and the location Columbia." Geo.S. S. Herbert Alligator! .5 a averse to having,ray name in print,'but still for'
t1/t.: telling thereof. A.Scarborough J.T. Wright II 1 'ITltS IDIAi 'Iollcil llSr:}. the benefit of those that may be afflicted you can.

ALSO AGENT (Smetts new Warehouse,) "4 Lawrence K. Mlckler ," -. -- .- publish this if yon think it :..
i1c.t; Yours with respect
: for,the collection of Claims upon the United 219 Say-Street, &tvamahGd. Ahichua A. M. CaatonSaml NewncnsvilleM THE MOST CERTAIN:AND SAFE SUSANNAH HARTLEY.Dr
50 miles
5 over .25. 15 10 0 2* 1J_ '
4 Russell ;
t for other services REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF E Foinsett Jacksonville Fla
!.V States Military or pensions E. M; MOOR,' N. M4 HARBJS. It Chas L. Wilson <.t Over 50 and not over '
-" .upplies furnished volunteers and for horses or Ode 23, 1851. :; tr.I' SOO miles 50 30 20 10 5 2J- 'Gravelly Hffl, Oct.20, 1851.
; !. : other lost for.which the United States Duval Felix Livingston Jacksonville Over 300 not over 1000' CHRONIC ARRHCEA Dear Sir Your Indian Loxeeust is good med.
! :j property S M Isidore V. Garnie ttt miles 734530 15 7i 34 icine. Some time since I purchased a bottle fromA

f4. .!' is liable.X JOUD M-i K Geo. H. Smith Over 1000,not over 2000 AND M.'Reed Esq.,your agent,and gave it to ont

. :; ddrete Jacksonville.East Florida. Facttra'and'Com'mLuIon Merchants, Uriah Bowden Mandarin. miles '1006040Z105 DYSENTERYWhich of my negroes that had suffered very much ,from,

'r.. ';jt SA.VA.51U.H'GEORGIA"; < Nassau -- OverXi0notover4OO0 a severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon
C. 0. Besseat Woodstock. Mills miles 125 75 50 .not 12 61 has' been to the afterwards I had another attacked with th.!
l, it i No. \,- 'Bay Street.StrietAttention : si .. .r.u .ever presented public.It negro
I :: :. OSCAR' 0. A. J. Braddook Over 4000 mIles 150 90 60 30 15 7 stands upon i its own :merits,and needs//no same disease, I purchased. "another bottle,and. 1%,

-f'i: : A TTORNEY A'T .,. iv. '. will be given to the sale'of Cotton St. John's Gad Humphrey St-Augustine DIRECTIONS. puffing.', ,.te Il', HIS NOT .w.ED.TQ CVKX- cured' him also.;! ., v ",
; I
.. donot moment'in
Boor the' 4' Peter B. .C urthouae. '
'l-r:9 Office" .'*upon. the Second at or 1i produce,and liberal'adyances made. I' Raphael B.Canova !, 1st. Weekly paper cm/y when sent 'as.:above IX A IIWGLE IIIITNCE.CU your Indian Loxeeust to the" ", as being the,

1", Forsyth street. whendejired. : !,. ,stated are to be delivered free in the county where nnms'Valu most certain remedy for Dysentery that I nave
.7. : ioD"is'
WILL practice in the several counties of the 'ntnam II. R. Blanchard Fahvtkft they are published ,and this 'p COmpOUiIetN.5
overused heard
"i; JOHN.W.ClLOUD.: ,PJiLOUb.Jan. 44 ; although conveyed 'from or of..1Ifyc see property can;
44 Stanislaus GllnsU several medicinal roots in..the '
\I1j1! Eastern Circuit of 'Florida, and 'attend to the : II'Orange .I in the mail over 60 miles '-, :_; : growing publish this. Yours truly,
;:22,1852.: Jy.t 44 Robert T. Boyd 2d.' Wilds of Florida. J ,1s..1'URJ3.Y.) and WHOLLY
Newspapers 300 .
containing over : MILESPRICE.
collection of claims against the United States for T i.-i. square Vegetable and dClJpK-QPECW.LY for the .5
William Campbell EnterpriseMellonville ,inches are to he charged one quarter the above cure Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.'' "
services and for Hones lost 'or otherpptrt7btdestyedbytroopsinsaidscrvtce. 4t CraneElyah '*' of the above disease. The Inventor and Proprietor
II.II.If': r Military ..OLrJ1&SrER; Henry A- rates. ._
:'ii ;. JacksonviSe"Fla.
convinced that-it
44 Watson* 44 I 3d. Publishers of are allowed to S ;fully is invaluable Sept.251851.
' ; General :Commission Merchants 'free of' newspaper of each exchange Medicine. 'In fact the test that he has;,gi'ven'it Dr E Poinsett-Sir i This i* to-certify thai I
Marlon John til. McIntosh Ocala postage,one copy number I
Also, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers ort in the town in which he resides the astonishing have
!: 164'Jpfont"Street, 'CMn r Dfaldeni Ziiaac (4 Robert Bullock 44 only; and this privilege extends to ,and been permanently cured ole sever Diarrhoea
i ; be widows and orphans of deceased soldiers.a:1"1r' .,' /: Up StolM,'JVewr: York, 44 S. E. Helvenston Flemmington published in Canada. ; success with' which it has met, warrants i by the use of your most valuable medicine called'Indian
Also,claims for bounty land to officers and sol- WILL .S lO'M. Willis ', ficala 4th. The weight of newspapers must be .taken him in saying that 1t Is a POSITIVE.CURE. Loxecuat,'after suffering for raw than IX
Attend promptly to all,business entrusted or determined when they are in a dry state.5th. .- He has therefore come to the determination to months with that distressing disease.'.I take pWa-
'" djMdLh! '1 14 rp- t to their pare. Particular attention, ci1' the 8oullu"Circuit.rJ) Postmasters are[not. entitled''to receive plape it.within the reach of all,knowing how many : sure in recommending your most valuable medicine '

:1t\ ficers and soldiers. sale of, Cotton, Lumber Timber Turpentine Hflbboro' Simon Turman Tam newspapers free of postage undertheir franking suffer with this very unpleasant and often dangerous to all similarly afflicted-- S-

I, 'i ;JUso, win give his attention. to conveyancing! abb to'ijhe purchase of goods.-, ,i.vancements ; '" "I.'' 'Martin Cunningham 41 *, I privilege. o "- '. "- .. WestemStatel.Disease, particularly' --. in the Southern "and- 1 remain yours A.truly J.JOHNSON.
ascertaining 1 4'liernando 6th;Payment in advance does not'entitle the .
"t-l. to txaming titles and records and t 'Benj.JjHagler
Oiy.Libetal$ made on consignment.1 party paying to any. deduction from the-above In purchasing my Indian n Iibxeenif' Formerly of Jacksonville,N..CVCuTTonFuuOet.6ia5lr
: claims lands. "*"*' EUa G.Knight Spring Hill particular and look for: :written signature
r ebr4ry9, .. ls52.4.. : ;; rates'S my on
with 1 tt "MaJoomb C. Peterson the Lfbel. *
: All bojiineas entrusted to him will, meet ; .
: : ,, to ,Nathan!M. I refer the public below,to few certificates One Bottle has
attention all.1natzum Moody pales of Po.tage to be charged all transient a selected .Dear Sirs of your Loxeeust eom-:
and ntJ of
prompt writing upon
: :to' ; : D cc Esekiel L. Selphj M Newtpapert and tnet description from among :many received from respecta pletely cured one ,mea of ft long standing,)
will be executed by him with neatness and despatch. ( of.PriA- ble citizens of Jacksonville.. ...
fT,1 j: DE1'JST, Monroe Benjamin Sawyer Key West ted Matter tOccept Newspaper* and Penoduali, S obstinate Diarrhoea.-From its complete and cer.
, ,.. .t : f". I 'a James M. BraceweU.Robt. ... published at interval not exceeding three months EGBERT' POINSETT. tain'efficacy where all other medicines had failed i

'; Jacksonville.Jan. 25. 1851., tr. (p r keLmii,8duvfl C4JtoLJU.) -4. .Clarke 4< and tent from the office publication to actual,. P. S. Planters should not be without this rahf' ;I take pleasure in reconmendinr it as a mod
'his friends and'ftcpuaintanees: of '. John Boyle (( and bona fide subscribers.r l able Medicine valuable medicine. Yours ee.
r"tw... --V INFORM Every,family,ought to. keep. :it -?. f T.EBtJC31AN.T.Ds.E.PoinsetL :
he.will make
professional visit on band : ,,- (: .. .
4. :' AGENCY to the State about the 5th'of January and will *Aud tz officio Tax.Assessor and Collector.jriOUGH 't' l' iI, .,..t", A. M.: REED; principal.Agent for' Jackson- J

Lc: >\, FOR CLAIMS-AWASHINGTON yr'renaIne TT j FT ,nBooaQr}'*WU1* n:'Jacksonville .-For each .1 t ,I \1' Y-1i ", w' ..''JaeksonviDe.'NoT.B.KSl.
,.I : : -- '" ; i '.. Ocala, and the*4J inuie counties ,8ch as additional'Ounce,' or &. f\. I
'rD i- I t. may ': 'e .
-t :I'oi' '
desire the. 4rn1cte. : Mr. E. Poinsett- Dear Sir I take pteassn ia
hie obtain 5't'
< t' lC"ices can them by notifying -S ., fractionofsaouuee, ,.. o. J
; .. : ., 'WULKeng h. him iy Better,to Ocala;ormeet bin at that point, SYRUPS and Medicated Cigarettes beyond ten ounces 5.$2)): 9.:; .:- ;iS'. 4 S "" ,TESTIMONIALS.. expresaiag-to yom my approbation of your Indian
\ : or any other designate*:ef pracUble access. J for th e Ashthmatio and ConsumpUe; Hepatic in thitbleaa.; 8 IB : Loxicust a*j a family;.edi in I hav* u ei isr

;:I ; HEA,WXT.LAZD'$.BOTEL, .v .t ii.n. ,'I-22, 1854t.'j. ". Pills,for derangements of the, Livery-Spleen ditional rate will be -sa Z5:S. :a., |f f I'S !t i r CA FS CURED!.'! ...,- whJa-d.. success.. Yours. "respectfully -
.ii- Continues : bis prompt atUntion to the arrangement .J &o. Tonic Pijl and Bitters for the B I.5WAltT.
\ ; to give ; Dyspeptic; obsrg* :t4' A-v.: .o, .o. ,o. ... r "" "* "-* : .
I ,;: Pb ; and prosecution of claims before Congress AII4tIOANAND FOREIGN Antalgio PiUs,Ointments, and Tinctures the "' 9.aa,;; : Six Max CHEEK,FLA., Dee. 9,ISbI.- Jacksonville,Nov. 17.1831.

);,cl:; or any,of''the.Executive Dcpartmenu.i .- ; 'S&GENOT. I'- C I relief pains;of Poanitetme Nephntic,Pills Utarine and Rheumatie Mixtures for anjl arresting gouty S | |: 0 0" o MrPolasett SIR ,. 5j.j -"" ( ,, \ >'* -TlT: Mr.S 5: Poiasett (This will'inform, you thai for
For the
,\\i;! :' Claims! : arising from the Revolutionary, Florida : cITY'owWAurivQ'roN: ,. ,; speedily (cito, tuto jecunde,)'nencons""and One 01.'or under Cts.'I ." Ct 2 ''Ct" 3.. 'CU.4 Cta.5.-'' publish the foUowin benefit- I of.the have had afflicted seven you cases can of times several from years ChrosicLn'arrhcea.'1 have suffered. much I have at tried different your'

r-. or Mexican wars r invalid, Revolutionary Half-- TTNDER the dICt1' t UltON HAIGIlT other discharges from the urinary organs, ; yp Onrlol.Qotonr2oz. 2 4 6 'S' '10 Diarrhoea on my plantation this' season; all-of Indian Loxecvst and received aa 'entire relief
tic, for uterine and other.Haemorrhages Antiby-
pay; or Widows Pensions;. Naval or Army; '. PLMEa'of No Yo. aDd 'WORTa dropical Ointments, Powders and Potions foe reducing 44 2.QU '3"3 '6 9 12 13 which have been eured by the useoyourmostvauable ': and have urea to doubt its being permaMnt>
INGT 4 GARRETTON NE'fHEN Ollie 44 '; ":H '1C4".4! S medicine called Radian Loxeeust. t Believing it to be.a duty.which I owe to. the ftp.
-. Bounty Land-or .Scrip, u fldeT.hw,, ,of.Feb..lJ, dropalcal swellings; Cardlacal Pills, for ;
i Orleans.;Ittorneys' oG1ULIeuo 'or'b" Supreme diseases of the heart and purification of the blood 44 4 (4 44 g 44 5 'JO'1520: '25'U ?.jYt1ilereapeetfW11.; JOHN PRICE. ,'Jn.i flicted, present you'this certificate, 'which you'en'nse
1aor'A.i ; --
: l$18.Ane ageiofJay and Cburt of the IJJ ?: 1. 44 44 11 4' W f i I *
t.ed'.State.: ,; Alterative Pills,for the renovation the const!-. 5 6" 612 '18 24 !30 itfr.Eik. :, as -yeuthink'prcper.' I .m'aboear.
Mileage dueTetnrning Volunteers Claims for ThiI'rblisbIaent.lI formed for the following tntlon;' Antldysenterie Pills; for dysentery and 'H 6 I J ) 'c' 7":. l'' 14: 21 '28$5' ,' ', : .; that in conversing with many who ham used your"mediciD
: '
s' Hones lost. other' ;Property destroyed ; Ext obi : diarrhoea; Magic tinctures and'Embrocations,for '.11,., 7" : 8" 816 24 '32 40 O'j" >, Blackcie, kPJ& P.'b,.1si r. ,I ,have notfoamdoneiwho did not 1ft
k,1 ,
Fottpractlcing in iiud3 1preinf Court of g 4< 44. 4-944 .' 9 time1since' a'member- ceiverelief. .
L ;lttcurred by Volunteers before the speedy relief of nervous affections; especially .. 18 ,27 $8 45 Dear.Sir Some .
re. received_ ,being.mus the United States*and conducting-'.professional.', those of females; Disinfectant and Prophylectio -4 9".e; 44.10'! ,IO 20 30. 4O 60! : family was very ill!indeed,with a Diarrh .1 '- .:; JOHNC..14.J.- .
'. i 3er.du4 into service ; Waggonmasand'Tcametefs business before Congress. X ,Washes, (the former secure against infection, and ; resorted to several thingsusually given for'the )Pastor,Methodist Church; JaeksoavalKDr.

*-claims$ Marines',sailors', .2."For the prosecution and recovery of all claims tiiJattejr neutralizes by a'chemical.process,any DIRECTIONS. : (1)\fU Disease but none of them would afford uny re- JI il :. '
.. 4tli1&51.
in the 1. On n
IaW.qvJ.U"Ag&ina United, .
&... .' f1 '*'" States be- contagious yicus with which one may chance to every transient newspaper-unsealed circular lief.9 Your'Indian 'Loxeeust was recommended S -
fore Cot&reas or the executive Departments, or come In contact)CoUoS, .for children; Discntients handbill engraving;pamphlet, periodical b1.eyeralet'aoI1l1rr made up tty mind to try it; .E.'Poit-DiSsTieaitsof fc
nr all the
forml''necelUl1 for ft proPer
against foreign Governments' before"',.Board ,of ,'for swellings; pimples freckles &0.; magasine, book and every other description of so, a*ent Botttfc effecte Bottle your'most Yaluble'medicine called la:
.; ,. presentation of'claimstogether with, .the ZUlU Commissioners,,. .*' Salve for sores; Unguents- Itch scaldhead printed matter the above rate.mast in all cases a. oure., Yon will please publish.this-as neb dian Loxeeust has entirely reBeved of ft seven'
4m 3. Forf the settlement of account 'wiLJb.. be prepaid, according to the .%valuable attack of, Diarrhaa. .I cheerfullyreeommeni
: and regulations governing the different Depart- burns&;CoUT1a.,for sore eyes; Dentleficei and ,ought to .be known to ; .
4 StalerTreasury7 WarNavy, Post Office and the 2. Whenever'any printed matter off which thepost&ge thepuNs..", Spread it far in your medicine to those similarly afflicted.With ."
vents,he is prepared to undertake 'all claims;bf and Collutories,for teeth and gums; and various and.near order that .,- - -
obtaining the remU- other.remedies are manufactured to order, on is required to be prepaid shall, through the affi1ctemayfinlie. .", Yours, &. .-, respect yours&e.:'
'hathlnd soever;t1ULt in 1 require the i ej'.t. lnUriofpartmentJ. and forfeitures, for alleged chemical and pathoJocical'princlpJe. universally .inattention;of.Postmasters or Otherwise* ','-'- 'ELlJAH. L. :THADC.vANDREWa.. "

aa Agency at this place.'Particular ., "> : > ,' post;office, or'other recognized by the' profession and generally kept sent without prepaymentthe shall be charged ..To.DjtEPoinsott., H '- :. '
.. '-' -', '' f 1 f
/ with double the .
S 1 4Fo hand at the Brick Office of' DO. DAKKB, above rate- .: > 8eti'Island Cotton'
: attention. given. to the,proper, ,settlcieiiipfQuart !,' : ( securing letters'patent tot Invention* on the Court House." '- 3. Bound books and -parcels of printed matter, 'J ACUtVILIJr.,E; F.,:August I5th 185!.' Gins.ffTHE .'

.ast I''acconats.. _' from tb united States 'or(roM;foreign Governmentsand opposite. PRICE bottle, phial box,&c., with -directions not.'weighing over. 32 ounces,. shall be .deemed Dear Sirt This win inform you' that'one"bottle SUBSCRIBER"'this;opportunKy*
procuring land warrants per mailable J :.8."to Inform*planters 0('Long OeiP
1 and matter. Staple
? 4? Charge moderate*and regulated by the amount pensions for their use' $r.oo "\ < i f of your medicine; eaJIed'1N U1'f LOXKCTJST has
?4 claimed;and the de t'of services re1red. under thje various, pension '.laws of the United 'PItESCItIPTthNSin xteBso,' with medicines /Periodicals published at. Intervals,not exceed permanently cured two of my negroes of a severe tons that he still. continues the manufacture silks .
,. Stated 5. ing three months and the office attack of !" l'consider latest Improved ROLLER; HORSE GINS-.
f. r '' ,$5,00 in hand and from$5 to flOOj according sent of publication Dysentery it an excellent
44 eommanlcatibns.: J'to;ln are insertion, must t. ( 5. For/collections generally embracing! -"debts, 'to contract and the nature of the case, when to actual and'bona'fld.' ubscriber f are medicine fbr this complaint,'and take,gnat,plea ble and single, at his usual rates and.Is ready ,tft,,
U pott paid : d o 4-tt legacies,)and Inheritances< la.: the United State. the cure is completed; or,in incurable eases,when to be charged with one'!'half the''rate 1 mentioned iaraommending it tq.the puWia.. _:uj ;rS. fill all orders at th'f shortest noU e. "" -. '. :
L7' ;_, L '. and forefen conntrie 3iO( the relief premised afforded.< SpeOIIlOQutr&Ct. in the last above table, and prepayment of a,narIcr's f.t i BpPeo uU" !.. tf ''! ". rFor the repntatioa-f the Gins apply t UwlbRlowing
'6. Fowhe purchase and ale of lands those who have them In.
urIc vMt.
in anyTfthe thereon Agents,
postage muslin all F _
4ti -WA-M'L-I1OYT '. made in chronic cases/wh, deatreiL--- : eases be requued. 'S. D. DEZ. : .
t. *, *'! -. ,-- ( f..c- States or Territories of:the Union;and loan- i Orders from ,a:; distance,-'with"money enclosed.wWweet Periodicals published at Intervals of 1D re--than ToMt.E.Poinsetl.t''z ':. Lr' AGENT8. ,, -,- a.'
lag mo*y.onmortgage1 of"real estate lying three month are charged with the full t.'Capt.
&mIAL C MIISSI I m BAITS thereInT.! 1 e'i*>i4 '* .'-' ,. T, iJ. Wlthpromptattenttoa..J. must be ttreraid.'t ;,<(*' t e r tjts if rate;which -rX/WlE'IS.-NCf..x4P; IT!-: ong..H -' -
Deo .
: T/--FOK. inrestment focIi'lo United State ,. N ; 12,1891.T, I ItT. .N 0TE.-l.1 case 1here Ii Qn or In iU''A"li t< Q p*LiiSJ ,jy J'/tJtAtlLJ>*! B. Bythewood, Beaufort, S.C".*-"'. *
and Stay stocks and loan,collection of Period an newsuaner, St.John..L\It&C ;m. .v. 0 i .ms Scott tt DeVeaux;Charleston, S. C. .
the dividends CGf pamphlit.i4r other .
,i U rne iying;n'd"Pt ; Cpema iJ'G' !Thou&Harria. Ocala E. :' ** aFenandesv -
Florid -
fr:4 .. BujJGTON HOUSEj.JACK8OLiru.LE '
thereon t
: and, generally for the transaction : paper connected .therewith any mannscrint- '-., af-Sir--Ravinr'/Ued Vo'ir'nos'i'tvalnablfl: ihe. & Jaekscoti&t '
-: EVERY' ''DESCRIPTION' OP AGRlCULi. of all'(eat'. law,' Iou:;and ,:BAST, _FtOIUTJA.,. any kind by which information skaIle oskel fbP Medicine called Indian:Lexeouat with. eomnlete tLJL. PalatkftiE.Foj Co.V ) E;.F&u
V r
'. bankingHgencjv: 'A.J1'AU ) -: mHE SUBSCRIBER the or U success in my fAmily.'..fJael It ft dnjy to : J" f'N,
t4 [ ; J'MmA[ IMPLEMENTS AND respectfully inform communicated writing or by mwWorrigns-/ you S.Hoyt & Po. SavanusbGa.5
... T .. communications iatldressed'postpai( 'to: :. rablto In the and the.ppblio. infcjjft that and ,< ; \ 'r 5
!1t ,S IA"11INEny'. : ; general that this Boast will be.all aaIdnewstaperperiojcal.paphle$;Of.other tq yon myself twft, -L..NThJack & Co Anigttor F; .
: ) t r Messrs.-Palmer Snethen..Amerle&lraDd-For- childrenhftve.been.cored of'ft *
: completed and prepared for the reception pf Boarder printed a ter beCo letter severe .Diarrhoea ,
lo .-.: S ALso,' -S 5TLh eign Aglney, city JfcVasb'ngton, will receive *by,,the:flrrt,day'ef,,October n t,-having ult Jt.1s thduty Ofthe.atel'to OatMe remOT.beYrapperl'and .; *jtbjthc u thiuz.cIsur.ouJd.cirL ue1iet. Lartinger & Harris. Eliz&bethtowntoirse'Cqtny ...
Georgia and French Burr Mill fifonet' prompt tad faithful attentfon.1 '_.:'::' / X'.L. about, Publish this if &oJ-I : .1..f '
; Eusopus, *t **t hundred feet Croat,with piawa*in front en'reloes t'toPi aUpthzt4 af.tsr .-; yon. ;, Yonr* respectfully, i
i? ; Cola,.,CnlliaaBd.JJoUiBg Cloths, Abo, every ',t 'l:. ALMEK/4t SNETHEN v-; and rear,.making it as comfortable a* any House and pamphlets not chargevfthe't.y Potae e4.UCHJa.ffltOWN. ,S ." ->'L.r t 4St t ....J ts.Jr '.
l{ kind prcfacrNorth and puthaud CisH paid .'co OesPCsrroliPIaCeCapfto1liflb'oJ&ja. '. in the South r and wilt buJ J. to,acoonuaodfttaqveroiehundred forth purpose Ioe.whetJier UierC tit.; 1J fprett\ffll .: ;xx&B.xxs'AND BWTSHES ea a-, j iad of lbs .,

i' fr:W.4M1. Hides,'Deer fcTtlns and Shipping .cni .. .? .j;>>,y. ., f" Jawtf. 4II. : :and fifty persons,\; ,H', would upon or connected with"any.ll cb;'pmte4 matter; It$5 subscriber .;'moderai rst s.". eron-' -"--.
J. :; : 1 j orlD j Ma .{ 151.Tliiii naot;
5rl1! .pt 9 t' saymore particularly to those visiting.theSouth .ach' package'ny ;
'lQ1rt : 9;: : 'matter.orthJng; whXcl
i : "rwS..L.BUKN8'.f
'( -' Bounty. Land and.General:Agency for health'an4 the benefit of oar dUg&U1Ibnst. would'mnUinrlciini or v equfre the <'/J -of a hf1P'hei .tq certify it.with mcb p1easue IbM Ia'mwunce ot t. .

c.t >.I'n'tlIftJ' .* -W gl r-y *-'.*.,* .tf,. he ha,had in eye,to theirJ4gebereo'.i" "' tlNI e the "ubUQ than haT,,been '. betnalir -I i h"v ; ',': :L. ,J t..MZJ'IG'5Oti$44 "_'.
r <:' {: .' su .'ldtfl. .Wnihtuiton, D. v. baa made his ''J (. ,;t,,! 'c.'fq'e ; .G3 med r thedstre con2t aUed ,1 a5 1Ja. ,
tom Diisterby
;; Mam. ADEEAoa k C*;*? ItBiujrrWcBKTEK ; arrangement* epuwii. may (\PI .., ,1' 'tmuter1r.n IWio1.- 3, S .
will give' g1Yab1zt'eafleomfortab1z-an well cared for. 9I1'f {. t."lAAhl, m.endeA. oftoDfth1 '
'JOSUB-J1ttW.u.ttEa prompt '
'ni : '
t .t--1 )
0cj-The Tallahassee Mr-E., :-thadI r. Nb ; .:. :
c. 1.)[ tIi.I3O1JN1'Y Stage:Agency; -a-- i A WA uaVW UVf V cc t
7W"i Ji.u.JPttQ Hoaae..L _, _JL_ ,_, but of no avail r Iiras'Induced'tcr ri .
'RooClw Muof : &acllOldle..pt4 ; MASONk yBIUCI try,iyy f :'OFFICERSAND'SOLDIERSORTHE
Yortcj1 Non'lc Co.TJos- ; YIliG; P.L STERliot TO'
In the FgE4 WflfSn' palatable and pleasant Medicine
;SAMUEL and to tat
tn4iti'orq mf
h liDIU ot.4 lvt* BUEINGTO4)J
'FB.wj .. ....
taM$4 1 r.iLon&n ,W.\u 10 which Ij.4teI ; ,'I9 2 INGI'e!' n l.M r. t4' tisf'action .T.All cund lit..within*: SEVERAL WARS SINCE
aveu ,
ft few
engagei cI 18
u.A IIJDel..I1WJ : Sept. IWl.-m.'i* Paola.UTOi
y !; '. rI1W _
"I or the War &L0f ISl2J.r.o DER8GNEDt0.LJ '" 't day: t Mf 6oibd w1OkiOj -THfft REVOLUTION. .
L ,. f I. ZSLJJ.. ." Iep&.w.o... ) .claims en tht UjStatw for.MK,TAIT,_ ; 3Inntnh,g tib PII'bUO Art her fa'readi 0'dO IOmoI 4xea4'ch1iI 'rrTIJor t4 .' --101-
T / *jT ; c' ftwent'Art offleeri and
'" IOUSEi t : Coagress,
t. J. : ;. I' I .'''puinJ.Cq'of '*riwrEiTT-& JaTlcatl 4OrirNGrr J : Brl. kI4".&o.itwjfl."MuotJ, ,; snovor'&e IeeL, haf'Prto'lay thel' Di!n.i T Te BY; (who have lad received) are entitled
a"DBtrftft'lDtlio UDdor'tllf' ownf9baUthi&s
--t"NiiOFFERS :. .lrJf Attorney at Was tngton bLranitnz18;< Forjbn urin-Laad-Agtat 07 : J Eu. when'deilrtd by perswrf ih"whom an4'he1 M dtawJnJs eflgged, 1sJltJ eh erfaUigr.attmounturtest1oy 1M''Ill D1Lt1W'thoe- to BOUJJCT-LANDifc servic hfldreaor of ro<..moathor JaeM
widow and minor
JI. ... ''.T "il 'J .' &... charge will .b 11111.jOther case ;.a.ii 'opened xeentnrwnrkrwlthont$"Utra-cbafie- with resr t&vw deceased moreis"th*also entitled.*, ,Ta_ Subscriber willundertake
&imI'i : the will be weUkD wia Valuabl4Madiejlsev.-
charge proportioned the i
Fi sal nature and J.would. J TWe. a h''itelpeotQDyitrc. at .,,,fflWe.rte.f** Ifl5iI1eO.I'1hI
fofj ( |
Article respecU'uliy
erery. Ja 4illiae : :
4lV 1a Stl
diffleultyofthteas competent,mechanliv 41t Gnu! RNP."
; .H1'H8
-r' : ; ,. bterested.Having been
j ef-btttaeM bcddtt-t'va r -. > ; patronage the pu5ll.4Th'are U1Im : olaims of those employ'
He already for T.
wmaI5otct'lnoufltLct1o Ji1"
: WItbZeflt'o' at thi time*ome 4 veto six rooms nmU EPoluet.t.E 'al1 ror.t1 O i6.T din puhHo Cc for several Mrs bite xpetlemcr
:' : 'L7 8p&riLGu.Ga&ArtUi's WftrraatedFi4' LeatpSitiiMhmelo Gatdt*Y Attorneys In Florida, whpmy.b; 'lflttploy d in umoIbe Amt wit.h 11..lIaue! additional evldoabe.hit cp1aH 'at1o..' '_ '1 1S ;Hjo1 "', 1'fT .'L II". ( 1Mu.o ika wm' ; do

Bounty Land and other cUJnw, terms which weudrdsn&Mycyardje tJaf .C 4140a1tfll"0.OJ'. ; 'dtrt.aJ''O J"lJ oHI'I'41fDeuSifi SeiliUes to clalmanU"for LAND ANDTENr

;,1 4'; ,.-." 1$M&'II.a.'ft.t ./., ,.;)i, s.treed P9J1.,.Letirs:,t.J.tqfJ.\botl4 e Om.cnNtYJusrnlkalM.ndemgned Is .Agent, ml'fnrnfl' A- ;IERS.'' lbo. tsl rl 'i; al1n; t.f SIGNS, and save them gres$.(* 1sCt1toUmptaMsa0ain4thaIseeIIat1'

j .. S 1f At raUandretaiLforesjbos & '(0 .f .'! ltftt1)J1.bJlm..... .'.,. J'J 1 fJII i orOtllhSeoW(oar horse Coach and tfcoH Ja tH experieuceTi &ntOrttWu1A i 7h h Jr to inform 3NStrflmtl'h fI IaI'5 '. UCC\ : M.wiir
!1 ..1 H.t.r..j f..q .rT".T i.1.Jr.'t1ot1'I11, IIaekMalllLiesbothlsavlngfor' Dials send-week- *lmttlng 9 uzatries. ;aj .tyroIQntlJ.tack.r h- ;
S N5ln'4; '' ways Tr. k rr I t then particular,am.btoll b t l1eiti.-ork bIbat line;OQ th& btQ&3m, 1tl1l.onrfJ"-1ef&ni .Dd.' : : ,.IbJZM4r
7i1 and for (ale 1'14. Ib *chaod fa the : .jbBJ AfID.rt NfG "U1. r.Eot zpuWesa aDd eWM ..' .the" &DIp1e1t, .. .au.r.U,tf"" tl..u moc1 -ac "ttl BaI ; 1tIift_. lD.tf1lC VI

f50etUr&erVt.. qpiotnd C't4I'- t"t"t.IIW t ...vr. .! : ES L-ASEWb1 ;. !'' 11., )lr )1.1 IT,U! 11 h 01. .' bii.WD.J iNrr\.tlrY
Nov.21-ly 'i '1-11f" enwNQ.t. I i 1 'i.f..V rw J.if rm .:!. : rJ.r2.r. "\" .,. &?, '8'I, .' '. :Jacksonyslle.May! "! '29,1851} j .l.Jt fJ,1r!t',l'-jMl Lz" ('Of ot ,five&Bottles IlIN I has NlLo-Xgc08T.entirely restored"maith.andjthf use. uotober' b' .."'t'iilQi. uJliDKtD.U.u. 1


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