The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: September 9, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BUSINESS CARDS. : Southern Democrats on that occasion. War! lei me know in next what- -- J 1 .
FLURIDA nEPn LI AN. your paper they -
giving form to and i :
: After a grand flourish about Franklin are. He vent on to l"elllhat the south promulgating his slan second day of January 1852 I.attended
J P. ----------------- Pierce, &c. &c., (nothing however being the North land gave derous adventures. a f 11
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Sanderson -- -
-- ------------------- and went on to show that S.. meeting in this town, which
said about his in ? W. prefers "the Northern wae :1! .
JACKSONVILLE i*> splendid military career, some Whigs were dodging; then he called man addressed by General Franklin Fierce
AT LAW, Southern &DII.
which he evinced so much courage, firmness Jefferson and Madison principles, so did the Dem. I that he
C1TAVING removed his office from Columbia I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1852. and decision of character, as to escapeall majority is north ail the; then Democrats said the Whig ocracy in 1840, when old Matty was in the Fugitive recolet Slave law spoke of slavery and thi S
t M.M. County to Jacksonville, Uuval were at field a great monl.wranr-
County, that old notorious a i
injury beyond being thrown from his the south then talked sworn enemy of the and, odious
regretfully informs his friends that he will contiuo ; about Mr. Webster, South a to his He nid
i. the practice of bis profession, as formerly. Correspondence of the Republican.C. horse,) the Judge left the stand, inviting -a"? Louisiana' and Mr. Fillmore's letter*f and Southern interests, who simulta.niaas no man abhorred sla ftJiDP than t -- .5
; U. will attend at each and every Term of fj Col. Ward to explain the meaning of that 1q38, and said he proves it all by Mr. Web- with his signal defeat, threw off the and that no man would do I ..
1 the Circuit Court in the several! Counties ol r, DREW, Esq. portion of the Whig platform in relation to ster. Then spoke something about Mr. mask, and came out boldly to deadly opposition self to abolish slavery if it more could tbaa hia* '.

the Hamilton Eastern in the Judicial Middle Circuit Circuit, the, the County of! Dear Sir : There are times to stir men's the Tariff. Fiamore's blood ;* then went on a while has to the South; hoisted the free soil flag,and consistent with tbe Constitution ; be that done be'
Supreme ever
Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St.: souls"-politically speaking, that is. Or, in Col. Ward accepting the invitation, replied .about Mr. Cass ; then got on to Gen. Scott ence and since talents that in time, employed his influ. thought we ought to adhere to tbe'Compro ,
Augustine. All business entrusted to his care other words excitement with great power and force upon this, 4eworked him a while then turned to But where is the cause of Ireesoilism. mise for the sake of,the National Union,. t '
will receive prompt attention. political runs high, the favorite of Judge B.'s topics. He showed Franklin Pierce, and cleared him he now! In his, accustomed CLARK l ;
Address-i. P. SANDEESOS: Jacksonville, and will increase for some time to come. most conclusively that the Judge, who boasted hire clean. ; then-spoke of Mr. Cabell up swept then place among freesoilers, battling for Pie e. Sworn, GERGV., 5.
Jhaml Honda.Jacksonville. ; "S. S. W." 2S
County,,Jan. 17,1350.( tf Politics, in Florida, is almost a mania. All himself to te a Jeffersonian Democrat, did naidled Gen. Scott again, getting his head, comes to sounding grows his eloquent when he Jail OCHRANJa. : ,

are interested in any the slightest election, not understand the nature of the Democracy ash were, under his arm, and then lathering he invidiously insinuates own bugle, and while J a'stc the Peace I ,
that o *
= Columbia 'y"
professed him that the of him well has
by lights ,
great it.
you depend Then ,
McQueen mcIntosh may on
even for and no vote, that he
constable is has
a matter I :
party disqualified 'himself Phinehas
ATTORNEY the Democracy, from Jefferson down, expressed be came to Mr. Ward, and he gave him tar from votinc. Dodge in the towa of New ,
LAW, made of it. This, perhaps, is owing to the views and opinions upon this sub- and vinegar, as we say )about here. because of some disgraceful Boston county of Hillsboroujrh and !
WILL criminal o&ace j
attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern he of New & '
belief which ject antagonistic to those entertained the This, Mr. Editor is triumphantly declares depose and .
Circuit; the United State District Court at St. prevails with so many that by just a small sketch of that his character has Hampshire
Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; the Whigs and Democrats are pretty nearly Judge, and that the resolution of the Whig his speech-which, 1 ought to add!, was in- Nay, more, he never been impeached the attended plti meeting in this towron I t
and Claims: for citizens in Convention not I icnnued with boldly'challenges scrutiny second dy January last, which. .
prosecute any part of was only unobjectionable a good deal of foaming, into his was $
equally divided in this State-a mistake acts and character and addressed ;
Florida by ,
Government shrewdly
against but PierceaZI4
Washington, expressed the sound doctrine in reference J Damping, and fist-striking, during two hours Idistinctry ,
**&** k Ait congress ui .I tl..> Jv. >..inacnts. tbe which the Pierce and intimates that Columbia will shrink from that General .
way King men to the roach agitated and now to be f aud three quarters. Two a recoUe Pierce spoke of ;
{&: ADDRESS, Jodkionrifle, East florid 8ettredJ muesvere then *imiiT! test But in this he U a.. 1
31 ay 2.1850 tf will find in October and November next. I principles of duties upon imports. ad- hitched a. go-cart and left, and I har'nt of the mark and as usual wide ry aD iterative Slave law ..
; while Columbia has -I.!
vised the Judge to readreadreadasalso ( seen Mr. Broome since. no wrongaMrevoftwg to J
JOHN ERSK1NE run away from m ...purpose, however. "Re- S special desire to prate about his own private but to which we must ,
did Mr. D. S. Walker the other day, Yours &c, labmt for the take .
(LITE: OF QCIKCY, CADSDEN couNT) tournons a nos monfor.*'-anglice, -Cut and in Quincy, when he pretty clearly demonstrated standing" yet he is not disposed to allow "S. preserving the Union. e ;

Attorney at Law come again." i that, although the Judge could speakof (Is. S. W." out Again.MR. S.insinuations W. or any one else to trifle with it by PHINEHAS DODGE, I e .1
or Sworn t,
cowardly inuendocA! such as July 27, 1S2, before
My object writing is based a Kentucky resolutions, be either had .
Hal located In Jacksonville, and will attend the upon presumption appear over "S. S. W." and I I # :
The simply
not read them had them. : veritable "S. S. J.
understood W. ,
Circuit Count in all the counties in the Eastern; i -to wit : that the foregoing being or not to say, that, in as much as he has I t ;
(Quere-Had the better be"sent like thegallej Jade Justice of the Peace.I .
and Middle Judicial Circuits the not Judge to winces
Supreme Court most awfully at t
true, (as will hardly be denied,) readers to get the history of a few ;'
of the State, and the United States District Court your the U. S. Senate to perfect his education 1)) the article in transac- .
: f.r the Northern District of Florida. jl may be somewhat interested by a perusal ofa The Colonel took the of your paper of the 19th ult., I tions, which he says might seem cheap Jacob Baily, of the town of New Boe- 1 ;.

:! Hit time. it devoted exclusively. the Legal pro. historietteoi politics and politicians in this identity of opinion as between up himself question and over the signa.ure of Columbia; hence, to enough to some, that that history must be ton, county cf Hillsborough, and State of
New S
fusion.QChOffice .
forthcoming. "S. S. W." is Hampshire, depose and .
cool the called t
smart of to that I
upon ,
; : in. the basement under the "Republi part_of our world. At least I hope so ; and, his competitor the subject of State rights, a guilty conscience to produce it, and produce it he for attended political meeting in say
must if I '
can" printing office. ly may 20 I and showed clearly that there was at least cover the shame of his own "falsehoods'* and have the second of ti town oo>" .1 ',
committed day
asMJnbject shall be to place before them, '. a small variance." the Colonel disgraceful offences, as he January ,-
Though slanderous i '
OSCAR HART, fr Hpne to time (if agreeable to them and I 1 was thankful for even a small variation, the misrepresentations, and to'void directly intimates it is due to the public that iineral Franklin Pierce made a political ,; .

: Al TORNEY A T I.A WtOflce I II yourself: ) the true state, as near as I can audience were satisfied that there was a wide the reproach of iruckliopfo what be imagined they' should be known.S. (Pfcch, and I distinctly recollect that he 1,
S. of :
I upon the Second floor at the Court-house, cOt e.at it, of politics in this and the neighboring 1 difference. Though Judge Broome thought would be the course of some Whigs in Wg professes to have the facts at poke slavery and the Fugitive Slave ;
1 Forsyth ttreet. I I shall be tbis his command;and demand their publication. aw as a wrong; and, according to the ;
counties. trust not accused : and still thinks that the Compromise mea county, who, unlike mora !
WILL practice in the of the himself are Whigs This article best> of *
several counties I'Lures Mr. Editor is already extended my l.l he said that he
of with I. .
being merely possessed ,
: Eastern Circuit cacoethes tore the Constitution to and froa- t
of Florida: and attend to the I rags principle, and though they may not to a greater length than I intended the loathed the Fugitive Slave law but that
scnbenJi/ we
collection of claims against the United States for I tatters, as be himself has said he is satisfied \
and submit !
votefor Gen. outset had it not been to it for the sake
Scott will evident tLaTother of
not vote for Pierce- preserving
Military services, and for lionet! lost, or other You are possessed of the names of the respective to let it stay torn. hands he Union. : f '
property lost or destroyed by troops in said service. candidates for the Legislature of After the comes out in the Newt of the 2Sth inst. than "S. S. W.sM were employed in I JACOB BAILY. : ,
Auo claims overthrowing Judge's positionson penning the slanderous Sworn, July
for pensions of disabled soldiers,or and cowardly article ,
te widows this county. I think I can safely vouch the Tanfl, the Colonel spoke of the Whig with a long string of petty denials evasions {
and orphans of deceased soldiers. which appeared in the News of the 23th. I JOSEPH COCHRAN, Ja., :
Also, claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers that Leon will elect her full ticket. This is platform in reference to Internal Improvements insidious,and libelous insinuations should have said but little in Justice of 'i ;
againstthe the
and the widows and orphans of deceased oficel'll now, all are well aware, a Whig county; contrasting it with the general I reply; but, sir, Peace, :
though "S. S.
privat character of Columbia Vy assumes to be the .
and soldiers. author
but the Dems sometimes to elect and :l
Also, will manage one I repudiative language of the Democratic and takes unoa" himself the I, Samuel Dane, of the town of New' '
give his attention to conveyancing, of lalsehood :
charges responsibility j
member-and it is xvonJered and
to examing titles and records, and ascertaining by some at. creed, and demonstrating the absolute necessity misrepresentation, yet, "poor fellow," he is but the copier of Boston, in the county of and J 1}
claims to land*'. J However it is done by the practice of one of I of improvements of a national ciar-: &c. Now, s,, I propose to examine brieflysome wily:, poIi ici"l and, it is shrewdly some t State of New Hampshire HiIrh-yi .

All business entrusted to him will meet with ( i eir many tricks; to wit, they simp astnany: f.acter by the General Government. Thereto -..1 of the pints in this second of i teJ hereabouts connected susoec- that I attended a political meeting, noldea .
epistle one intimately: ;
I prompt attention; and all instruments of writing tes as they can, taking care 10 get all of ply) the strictures and remarks of / in this town the
on second
: "
of -S. the day
: will be executed him with S. W., tut: it be press, whose position in 5.
by neatness and despatch the votes swapped to them to be cast for the ., in reference to the Whig Compromise: may seen whether or and the dignity of whose society, 18520 which addressed by a.aar. 'p
same candidate thus electing him. How- not the idea con"yeJ by Columbia of the profession as a 1m Wa : .
Jacksonville. Jan. 2.1. 5.31. tf resolutions. the fugitive: slave law included,I caterer for the public should have induced Pierce, and, while 1 cannot remember the ;
ever, I hope this game is too well understood was powerful and overwhelming. The true meaning and interpretation: of his. "S. him to consult the laws of before precise words he used, I do recollect that '

t Joseph S. Baker, Iff. D, here now, to be again practiced successfuIly. I Judge! will scarcely venture upon the exercise S. \V.' article 10: the News of the 7th inst., consenting to do the dirty work propriety of so imbecile spoke of slavery and the Fugitive h .;l : / .
f PRACTITIONERMEDICINE,3IID- Gadsden, too, 1 doubt not!, will send a full of his faculties of criticism again. His m and law as a moral and '
is wrong, repulsive
WIFEKY not more cornet than his own interpretation unscrupulous a man as 5. S. W. a 'f
i Whig delegation. The enthusiasm there is his t
last fail- feelings but he
attempt Saturday was a complete I am the author of Columbia ; thought we must .
on the corner of Market and Forsyth. unparalleled, and all! are for Scott. I am ure. His antagonist showed conclusively: which aprears in the "iVeif/ of the S. W. seems to be and as "S. mit to it forthe present to preserve the J st'

; Streets, opposite the Court House.JACKSONVILLE told it is really difficult to find a Locofoco that the Judge was an aati-Compromi 23th. In the fews of the 7th "S. S. W. antecedents, I call so fully him posted as let to mv tional Union. SAMUEL DANE.& : o?
upon to them ;
FLA. l lady in the county. They are almost all man out and out; that he would prefer dis- says: "I lave conversed with a great come to the light. S\vorn.luly 28, 1852, before t
many ;
Cet.16. tf.J. Whigs and if this be so, what can the men solution :
to the terms of those measures and JOSEPH
do ; Whigs of ;his county and cine-tenths will S. NIBLACK, "i,.
HcRoEert Baker l let me tell the Judge this-there are too many Alias Justice of the Peace.
On Saturday, the 2Sth, a Whig meetingwas I witnesses. not suppol' him," (Scott.) In the "News"of ALLIGATOR COLUMBIA.* 4 ,:

|r A TTORNE JACKSONVILLE 14CO UXSELL, E. FLA.OR AT LA JV, held in this place. Col. Ward (as it But, Air. Editor, to cut short my story- the 236, "S. S. W.'- says, "I.said in my FLA., Angust: 31st 1852. I, Stephen Whpple of the town o N.l i 'r,I'

t was his day by appointment) opened the def oci fear that I have already exceeded the communietion. that nine-tenths of the From the H'ai\in.;ton Republic. Boston, co J .
A 10 Commissioner of Deeds for the following bate with a short speech, in which he l limits of Further of New depose and St J .
States of the Union : a correspondent-the reply of Col. Whigs wth whom I conversed would not Testimony of General Pleree'a Hamphir say, t :
I Maine, Delaware. Georgia, glanced at a few of the leading topics and Ward was j lull, complete, and satisfactory, Sott." liome View or Slarery.:, was pr a meeting holeD ia T: .: .
r, Vermont Maryland, Alabama, matters of primary} interest connected with upon every topic discussed. The Judge, I support Now it is clearly evident, New Boston on the second day'of 'Ja f J.
Massachusetts, Virginia, the State and Federal. He that "S. S W." intended We affidavits 1852, at which ..
Mississipp present canvass, opine, took it all as a sound argumentative the public to understand additional to thosewe General Franklin P I
: New Pe&ntylvania York North South'Carolina Carolina.Texas. then very politely! yielded the stand to his threshing, though administered and received tom: his first assertion, that a large have already published touching General made a polic speech, and I : 'j j

mar 31-' :!-tf competitor, Judge Broome. with perfect good humor; and therefore, like portion of the Whigs of this county would Pierce's speech at New Boston. In our collect spoke of slavery and the' 1 '.
The Judge premised by defending himself, all threshing in good temper, calculated todo : not vote for Gen. Scott. If this be not. judgment they must persuade the most Fugitive Slave law as a great moral wrofltv i (1'I
B. 31. PE.ItSON4.TTORNEY f from an alleged charge, which he said was good. Lis meanhg and intention, what are they! sceptical that the original report of Mr. and as repulsive to h feelings, but to wBK ;?

AT LAW. made against him by a correspondent of the OBSERVER. What joes he mean by the termsa great Foss, on the points in question, was substantially in the present crc we Dsbml l' ; 4f
HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and Sentinel." He said that he never" had .r nany of .he Whigs of this county He cannot cotrect. We annex the affidavits I fa the sake of preserving t;! .'
te Unin.
will in the Eastern I
Southern Cir-
cults practice the Supreme Court of and the State, and in used the language imputed to him, viz : that An Outline ReportMore: of "them mean few, he cannot mean a minority without further comment: I STEPHE WHPL. :.J
the U. S. District Court for the Northern District *4 We must teach our children to shoot rifles canes lu Pint." of the Whigs of the county, for his language We, Robert Warren and William P. War- Sworn. July 28, !}: 'fJ I

of Florida. Feb. 19, 115:! .-tf. and to hate Yankees ;" but he did not say cmveys upon its very face the idea I ren. of the township of Goffttown, county JOSEPH COCHRAN, JR.-. ; ,
RInK Columbia IS 1S52.
that some short time .since he did not entertain co., Aug. 01 the la-ger portion of any thing to which of Hillsborough and State of New Hampshire Justice of the Peace". \11, 1

HOPKINS & B11AHA3I, such a !sentiment, although, possibly: :Mr. EDITOR : it-nay beapplieJ.' But, when "S. S.V.." i depose and say, that we were presentat _: i -

Attorney at Law, not expressed by him. I venture to suggest Dear Sir : I was notified the other lay' thai: cones to quote himsslf: as appears from the a political meeting holden in New' Boston, The Democratic, Free-soil Support ;:

OFFICE at PAL.ATKA, E. Fla., that if he never made the above remark -I there was to be a meeting in our settlementat alove extract, his eyes seem to have grown in said county of Hillsborousrh, and Stateof !
WILL in the Eastern Circuit. Business the of his heart towards I dm I he fainted New the 2d of Among'tbe made -the late !
practice feelings our Mr. last ( suppose! ,) as he copied Hampshire on day January speeches at 4 ._'.
entrusted to their care will be promptly attendedto. : well-beloved Union were such that he Monday ; frm his previous article, for lie failed to dis- 1852, which meeting was addressed Free Soil Convention was erne by Mr. Wat : '

.-San.nnah Rrpuhhrnn February please publish 19,1852.-tf tf., and: deemed tbe time: not far off when hating and I went. After I got there we were all corer what he really had -said, and puts forth by General Franklin Pierce and we distinctly son G. Haynes of New York in which heexhibited : tJ

I (end their bill to this office.OSSI4H I Yankees and shooting them too might po&siily !'! called for to go into a new house. When I ashis sayings:: what he did not say. Nor recolhct that be said, in answer to questions what the New York Express well i. : ,'

be a favorite sport with Southern gentle. got in where the gentlemen and ladies were d !s I he evell convey in his last, the sense proposed to hun, that the FugitiveSlave styles the "Free Soil fae of the Democratic 1:J'

B. HART, men. He certainly, at one time, apprehended to hear of his: first assertions! because his first as- law was opposed to moral right and party. He aid- ;
I ATTORNEY AT LAW, a dissolution of the Union, and his letterto expecting something, sure enough sefion: is qualified by the eiuressive term, ; to humanity, and that bis feelings revoltedat "As many gentlemen have expressed m ir'

KEY: WEST, FLA., Mr. Ritchie migbt lead one to say The up rose the Judge Broome,}lookng! as ne\T.. "a;'eat many of the WhiSB&this, county;" the idea of giving up a fugitive slave. preference for Mr. Hale, and some manifet* ; \.' j

. Practices in the United States and State Courts wish was father to the thought." Had such as any broom you ever saw.' I expectedhim i his second leaves all thi0ut, is without ROBERT WARREN ted a preference for Gen. Scott against Gtfl* : : ,

of the Southern District of Florida. a catastrophe taken place, it is very probable to sweep clean, and sure enough be qualification, and does not so much as locate WM. p. \t.ARREN. Pierce, I take the 'liberty of saying some* a :t t' (

Jnljr 10-tf_ there would have been ample employment commenced sweeping by baying: Fellow- the Whigs, with whom he had converged:: Sworn July 27, 1852, before I thing in favor of the latter-to present .r'

" JAmES H. BAKER, for all the weapons commonly used in citizen, I am a candidate. Then he com so that) the veritable gentleman slanderedthe JOSEPH COCHRAN, Ja., I of the reasons why FaUX Pxxacc s .3 11.! r

a.xTTOB.NEY border warfare. But, laughable as it may menced saying that the principles that are Whigs of this county, in his first assertion Justice of the Peace.I SOU 1C CLAIMS, AT LEAST CPOX THE. ASTi. -, 1! .j
AT LAW seem, the Judge insisted! that he was a better to your advantage have nothing to do with and slandered himself.in his second, by SLAVERY VOTE or THC COUNTRY; presuming, 4IU
t Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. Union man than Col.! Ward or Gov. Call. the Compromise measures, for there are not misicpresenting his own words,-certainly Sandy Smith, of New Boston, county as I that IF SLAVERY xvxa AiouBHtn, 4 .4.j
II I H.! WHIT SmITH]! Hew, he did not clearly prove, unless he many Democrats that are in favor of them. be oust have fainted. ot Hilldborough, and State of New' Hamp- IT MUST& J BT TI Dr.zociacr.S S ;

.i meant that his course in 1850-his strong Some few that were, left us or our views, fcS. S. W." says "Columbia again! chargesme shire, depose and say, that %n the second la the ranks of the Democracy,the friendj

'; ATTORNEYS AT LAW, expressions then-his Nashville Convention and are in favor of it, but we have no use with declaring that I prefered Scott 0to I day of January, 1852, I attended a political of Fieedom have been in great numbers.

Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. p propensities, with a carte Handle to do what f for such Democrats as them. He commencedon i Pierce, and that did the election hang on my meeting in tbis town, which was addressed It is also true foun many of :

! JOHN HATE LEY they pleased-should be taken as full and Internal Improvements, and I wish 1 had !. vote alone, Scott should have it; I have noecdection by General Franklin Pierce, and I distinctly er friends of freedom have left us,'tfor S

: complete demonstrations of his Unionism.If time to tell you his views fully on this r sir, of ever using such lan recollect that hft spoke of slavery and the tinct orgizaon. and ranged theinaelveaunder

ATTORNEY AT LAW. I i strong desire to dissolve the Union-rif point. He thinks the people of each State g ua." Now, sir, I do not hesitate to say, Fugitive Slave'au morally wrong, and of Pierce. Can we Inv

OFFICE BLOTJNT-S FERRY the opinion. entertained and expressed by should be taxed to raise money to clear oat tha: this is a palpable, and I believe wilful odious to his feelings but which he thought: each their motives? Many of tem pro*

COLUMBIA COUNTY: Judge Broome, that the South would be better rivers in said*State, and also to build railroads misrepresentation of the truth. How is it should be submitted to for the present to less to be a f friends I of From now.

Will practice in the Courts of the Eastern off out of the Union than in it-if dissolution and canals.: He picked up a scrip, p oishle that "S. S. W. should forget so preserve our National Union. as in any pL tme. MANY
D trict. itself made the Judge a better Union calling it the Constitution and record of Mr. i important declaration, in but a few days, I distinctly recollect that he said no man OPPOSED.TO THE FvcfnVX Sun hT

..pt.1 L tf. man than either of the gentlemen referred to, Jefferson in 1806 ; then referred to Mr. Madison wbeii{ the subject of that declaration was abhorred s.avery more than he; that Le also given their support t Pierce. ,

-- hen he was such beyond all question. Ifhe i ; then to John Q. Adams ; and he gave first and foremost, all the time, at everyplace never saw a human being in bondage. without can we suppose THAT i TI'K jam

Edmund Whitney, meant in 1850 to play a*game of brag, him "sut.'" You had better believe that he : and in all circles. The truth i is, sir, feeling his heart revolt at it.SANDY P..&WHO SOW .YOTE Pz hy.nov ,

Commissioned and legacy qualified as then indeed, as Col. Ward truly said in replyto rave us a history of 1845, and all about Mr. hPolk's e does remembe{ it, his denial to the c "ntrar SMITH. entirely abandoned thedormer'prc !4 .
JK...mr.r and Inspector or Lumber for him, be bragged higher upon a wok hand war, and about Mr. Fillmore ; and y notwithstanding. If "S. S. W." had for. Sworn July 23, 1852, before pies and professions of lt1 te ca. :
Dnval County, ban had ever been done before. Whoever bow much he has spent\ while the country is gottea! this declaration, why did he not say of freedom ? '
be found when his desired
May services are on Justice of the Peace.I .
inquiry ai the Republican office. efore heard ot maintaining the Union by at peace, and what Mr. Polk spent in time so lee, when it wa made; why should he I cannot believe that 1 many mea a j

_June 10_fan_ ragging and blustering 1 1 If! I remember of war-making out Polk better than Mr. adopt totally different course here amonghis David Kelso, of New Boston, in the now recreant to the principles they sIr t

BOSTON aright, Washington and other sages of bygone Fillmore ; but Mr. Editor, he can't makeme neighbors in order to get round the county of Hillsboroujch, and State of New* advocate in 18481 Have not .. 3! tttetl
k GUNBY days taught that the Union should be believe a single; word of it; for he made forte of that declararion, to that he has Hampshire, depose and say.nhat on the sec : tt they are, even now'as. 'strongly \

COTTON FACTORS best preserved by a cultivation of fraternal out that Mr. Polk saved $2,000,000, while chosen to adopt in the News of the 23th.Wien .- ond day of January, A. D. 1852. I attendeda atbe the principles Freedom .. '1

GEVEBJLJL COIUIISSIOX AND s sentiments, discountenancing sectional agi- Mr. Fillmore has spent over double that the charge appearing in the Republican political meeting holJen at said New Boston 8-8. ad that they intend to bring,alI the 'jj, I
amount and he also tried to make out that him, instead of a denial, influence they'can to bearonihaadminiatrs4
Comer Bat and Jefferton Streets.SAYANNAJU.UA. talionp, whether: real or only brag operations ; came against at which General Franklin Pierce madea
as calculated to disturb its peace, its he: south was badly imposed on by the he said that that declaration was made in political speech, and I distinctly recollect ton of Gen.Pierceitbeizsfectedlbi* L

JOEH BOSTON. JOHN H. CCNBf. repose and its harmony. Really, the apology North. Then he commenced on the Whig a confidential conversation between himself that he spoke of slavery and the Fugitive pretty suie to be, by the great, ProUstantDemocratic ..ji

October 30, 1851._tf. or excuse of the Judge for his quondam Platform but made a very poor out at that. and a J gentleman< of this place, and he Slave law as a great moral wrong and as I, party of the Union,) fo a repeal .a
course was lame and miserable in the ex Then he commenced about the cotton planter charged that gentleman with acting in bad repulsive to his feelings and he used the of the Fogltiv.lae Law, aboli* ;

E. M. MOORE, & CO. treme. ; there he thought he gave the Whigs faith to reveal what had passed confidentially expression, I never sa\va human being in tion of ibe Fee Government ;

GENERAL The Judge however in the course of his *'1 ssee," but I don't think be done much at between them; this is the mode by bondage without feeling my heart revolt at can reach it, and the c fare. j- t

COMHISSION mERCHANTS AND remarks, speaking of dissolution said there that. He went on to say there was no rice which he attempted to get out of it here, but it !but he said we must submit to it as an ance of our cause! Dn' t ti

FACTORS, would be no danger of such a thing so longas i imported only ours; then he thought he when his second epistle appeared, he bad evil; for the sake of preserving the Union. Strongest man in 1843, Pent '
(SmetLa'l1ew'Warehouse,) the government was in the hands of the would show bis favor to Mr. McKinney by changed his tactics altogether-had entirely DAVID KELSO. dtiate of that election, -. 4

219 Bay-Street,_Savannah Ga. Democrat To say nothing of the modesty r making him figure in an illustration : so he f forgotten; Sworn July 28. 1852. before ranged under the banner of Franklii Tierce, 4 ,

Eo M. 4ooti. N. .IIAaZIs.O.,185A. thereof, this expression is full of eigmiicancy, said, suppose Mr. Kinney bad all the com "S.V.::; ." doe not claim any prominenceover JOSEPH COCHRAN. Ja. the favorite son of a free. State-* Fn

tf. and meaning. I have always thought that in this county, not letting any, of the rest of I >is neighbours, "but he is very certain Justice of the Peace.I Soil State-Protestant Stwbi

LOUD & 00. a great deal' of the bluster of the leaders of us have none, except we pay him seventy- that many, very many whigs of this Popery has no power,and Bo C
that party would never have been heard, ire cents per bushel; but we found four county will not swallow Scott, but will go Charles M. Fisher,of New Boston, in lic cannot hold office! Our old '

Factor AVASXAU and Commission, GEORGIA STercbanU.. lad they but been zu actual possession ofthe men in Atochua: with plenty at fifty teats, f for Pierce." This assertion Mr. Edi'or, is the county of Hillsborougb, and State of assure you, bo tr man, and I. hart no> .

No.118, Fay Street. power and patronage of the Govern- and Mr. M KmneI would go to the County equally false with many others be has made. New Hampshire, depose and say that on kind of doubts min hot these mea; S

ment. Not a syllable woul 'they have ut- Commissioners, and have the Alacbua corn That there are some Whigs in the county the secoud day of January, 1852, I was will exert an influence bi mind,'after his;

Strict attention will be given to the tale of Cot tereJ, could they have distributed the -loaves axed twenty-five cents per bushel to enable who will hot vote for Gen. Scott I admit, present at a political meeting holden at said election, if any such infuenc b needed, .

Lea, or other produce,and liberal adrancei made and fishes." Many of the leaders of the him to sell his corn. Then suppose Mr. but I know not of a single Whig except New Boston, at which meeting Gen. Franklin to bring about a t aI
when decired.
JOHN W.C. LOUD. P. U.LOUD. Democracy hate the Whigs who happen to McKiuney goes and buys $3,000 worth of "S. :5':;. W." (if I may call him a Whig) that Pierce made a political speech, and I law. It is certain Mr.Pierce

Ja,22l852.: ly. hold office as the devil hates holy water. negro blankets to sell, and some other man will vote for Pierce, and I challenge "S. distinctly recollect that be, Central Pierce, any more than Gen.C i 1843, if mil the'

Sence, whenever the Whigs are placed in brings the same amount and they make Mr. S.V," to point out the many, very many, spoke ol slavery as morally wrong, and ,as Free Soilers ar' t the goodcl&Democratic S

0..D.OAK.Watchmaker (power[ terrible hubbub is raised: about cp- McKinney pay twenty-five cents per pair onlis. Whigs of whom he speaks where are theyand I repulsive to his feelings. He said that be Plafor. of Equal Bights- Idont

and Jeweller, pre wR. violation of the Constitution &c., .-it would not be fair, argued the Judge. wbat are their names? never saw a human being in slavery bat he mean 'la platform, 'adopted% tL
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., and-therefore they threaten the Umou wilL L But I think it would, after selling 'so much ';Tfae truth is, air, "S. S. W." has endeav- felt his heart: revolt at it. He further, said Baltimore; I respect that plo D .

'Wo14 respectfully inform the public that dissolution. The noise and I corn ; and the listeners must all bave I o red to make, afalse impression upon the that we ought to submit to ,the .Compromise it it poll.t such mea as t lowC

I! he ha taken theshop 'on Bay street, foi- made by them is great Indeed. confusion"I I thought ,so,,for they all laughed hearty. 1 publuy.Z npeat,"he is too veil known toI actomjUuk mejaurefor the'sake'of quiet, and that, oar. can _
eoc*pied by WiUuun.Grothe,wb.r. h. b some truth in the Judge's remark, bat I Lope i Then be commenced oa taking win*-like I >C,or anything else that' can se- National Union might be preserved* Ex-PresiJeot Martin Tan Bonn,.Job*
JM-1e4 to monte all work entrusted to bit Ishouldnot Van Boren. Hon. F.. Butler Ho&J.iLDWmCBryzntoltb.EvePatJ
witJa: careAetpateh be has, ere thir, found out that 'the Union I we had any use for wine-but'never said a I t riosslT prejudice theWhig party. t CHARLES M. FISHER. Benj. S
apl&tr and in workmanlike manner cannot possibly he dissolved if the JT4i; *are I Word about whiskey ,: I bi'surprised, however, :if 160m.'intelligent Sworn, July 29. 1852before' :
Then be commenced on a pretty Democrats disgusted& the eclat which S GEORGE FRENCH;. editors of the: Bufialo" Republic, :Rochester;
in power the efforts of- the thunder aDd carpets I .. .
JOB PJUKT1NG, lightning lights of the Democracy to the.contrary" wife and glassyindows! and.kid.gloves ana I their press,bas sought:,, to" give tQ the .l bypo-: .Justice. the..Peace., Anrisr Albany ,Atlas. .U.F'
Of mry JetcripUoa, In 1 Black, Blue, Carmine Dotwrtbstanding. what kind of flannel was taxed,awl!, all I crilicai truckling of *. S. W;.'. should ds-: Kin HoD Ma .

f aad other colon, The Judge referred to the rotes on Jackon' precious'stones'and; all these iitUe'gigma* I cline the political'assoeralioir: of the manI I 'T,,Ce rge' W., .Clark,' of New Boston, B.B StoDi.'R L.J
nine antti& 44Jn% I ol Hillsborough and State 'of.New S. Chatfield,'Boat H. .'VJ ,
ATIT; resolutions but lie did& not rees, but I don't know what all these gig- who thua seek to county D
XXtCDTri AT finality ; givlthe'voteoPtheSoutherU
1'. THIS,OFFICE. Whigs and the mutei'art; i 1 wish,'_Mr.'Editor, fOil would j light! toJiof-tba; press which u capable! ol r Hampshire> ** ,' .depose s .&od: r..that o l'the lBo Wbcaton, HOP.Tulle. ,t

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:V.:? Hon. T. Y. Howe Jr., all of New York. tain some arms 'be hurried'to: ; hi*place, and to have fought bravely for the recovery for East Florida.It We've Got Him. j 'Hanging Fire." .
t." : In Ohio I wiU merely' point to J. W. Gray which he reached late in the night. On his of their homes. Appropiaton, "

''i.;Vi: :1 of the Cleveland Plandealer, Hon. D. 1\. way down he met some Volunteers from The case is then presented for your consideration will be remembered that the items. of The editor of the News, instead of givingsome We learn that Monday morning last,

: Carter, Hon. J. Cable, Jndge Goldin, Hon. Tallahassee, who after visiting the place of in the hope, that what truth and the Riverlmd Harbor Bill, as it first passed account of the operation of the Cass at the regular meeting .of the County Conention -

,::. t Mr. Brinkerhoff, Judge Potter Mr. Walker, the attack, and scouting in the vicinity, were justice exact from you may be taken as an the House of Representatives recently, contained pill" in 184S, upon the Committee of the announced for the Democracy, .,.
of the editorial Judge Kennon and on their return. And on reaching his house! atonement for undeserved and -
'.t }tl corps an injury; District which in this place, Capt.. J. A. BARBIE, of Jacksonville
't ". General W. M. Blake, among tliousands. with a young': friend he found that his over. for the single error of your public Jife. but one appropriation for Florida- Easter was very naturally and LEVIN JOHNSON -

; :: i B. F. Hallet of Mass.; lion. John WentF seer, on a fresh alarm of Indians (which I trust, sir, that the occasion, and the that of $5,000 for "the Haulover." We suggested by taunts upon us for of Black *

>*|t worttf and Dr. Maloney of III.: Hon. T. H. proved true), had just before removed his motive which induced it, will excuse with mentioned, in a brief account of the debate swallowing pills" on the present occa Creek, were nominated for the Assembly.This .

V?*>'| Benton of Mo.; John Atwood of N. H.; negroes to the next adjoining plantation and you, this very long but hasty written letter, on the bill in the House, that Mr. Cahell sion-comforts himsel with a dissertation choice seems to have been the result of

..:. .IVt Hon. Chauncev F. Cleveland) of Conn.; I Hon. had escorted his own wife to a place of safety. upon a matter of such deep concernment.I "Abolition" of 1848 a preference on the part of nome for
had made efforts to have inserted an again upon our ( ) a'Workingraen's .
B. H. Thurston ol R. 1.; Hon. Hannibal But with his overseer the writer occupied have the honor to be, very respectfully. appropriation "
.i The
:' ;. Hamlin of Me.; Hon. A. H. Buellof Michigan his house the night of the. lh until near day. Your obedient servant for a survey of the mouths of the squeezed out of our articles as blood would choice dOt

?.* ;.t ; H. Dodge, I. P. Walker and ex-Cov. light, and hs: people were brought back the THOMAS RANDALL. St. John's and Apalachicola rivers and be extracted from a turnip.. His ,reply is not, however, appear to be well received.by

..t :: ., J.D. Doty ot Wie.; with (Hon D. Wilmot next morning early, and thence-forward to failing in the House expected to have additional amusingly headed "Can't Let Him Off:* alt of the leaders-as there is manifest *
;: and G. A. Grow-G. Landerson and J. W. the close-of the war his plantation never determination undo the
| WA8HIGTON, June 7-1852. to job somehow
; of Penn. Dr. E. .D. Gazzam and abandoned. All the neighbors and amendments made to the bill in the Now, neighbor, that's unkind, when you or
h'rj was
Guernsey ;
;.> : Major D. Lynch of this very city. friends of the writer were found on his return To Judge THOMAS: RANDALL, Tallahassee, Fla. Senate. take such good care to "l let yourself oS" other. Several s "supplementary" meeting

. '. :.. This list of the friends of freedom zeal.f op the 5tb, in the occupancy of their plantations -" Dear Sir-I have received your letter of By advices from Washington received! by from the task of explaining your performances have been held. Workinjmen'i ae
the 29th tilt. and the facts which
; Mr. Pierce and think you, sir, and combined for their defence; and you as' little relished .by some of the leaders
S i 'ously support free avouch in respect to the Indian attack madeon last Sunday's mail, we learn that in the Senate unde ing.master Cass. The editor avoikmgen's
that these men can be induced to pander though sensible of their perilous position,
' ;: 'to slavery! Never! They are freemen, th! from all panic or idle alarm. the 4th of May 1836, 25 miles from provision had been made for the follow says the charge of publishing abolitio sentiments \ principles.

r" eons of freemen born in free States and Furthermore, in direct contradiction of your Tallahassee. conclusively prove my in. ing appropriations :. will stick to us-that our ruse in alluding !- Eter Committee will have t re- .

. :.. thoroughly attached to the principles of order a small party (whether overseers or formation, in respect to that affair to have For the St. John's Bar $io 000 1 to the Cass trouble won't do- sume its functions.

. freedom; and aiding in the election of Gen. planters," he cannot now say) did "piveJursuit" ; been erroneous, and consequently, that the "The shirt Wr Nissus is back andit
St. Augustine Sea Wall, 3 000 on our .
censures contained in order Np. 48 of A Clincher.
' :. Pierce in fact electing him. If he shall be i and followed up the trail of the retreating my "
but with the skin.
.s. come
: elected they will take their full share of the Indians,. 15 miles to the Natural 1836, founded thereon, to have been unmer Survey of Ship Canal across \vi .

:.- offices of the Government and set their influence Bridge of the Ocilla-did ascertain that ited.While the Peninsula, 20 000 But if we had the facility that some politicians The Charlottesville (Va.) Advocate, remarks -

tt p;:' against slavery and make it effectual. they were not Squaws,"' for they brought I regret the wrong thus committed To which add appropriation to have of changing our skin, there that since Gen. Pierce denies. his New

. .. ... [Applause. Now, my idea, and the idea back the reeking scalp of the poor negro. I must be permitted in justice to myself to Haulover 5 000 might be some hope for us. Boston speech altogether,the following testimony .
in the add, what I said to the Secretary of War in -
from Indians
But those not the
of the were only .
of the majority
: The committeeman is still
: harder
of his
letter viz "That upon us own the New
of June -
.: which 1 came, is that Gen. Pieice is entitled vicinity, for others were seen in the eveningof my 21 1836, : organ Hampshire -
" : to support as THE BEST ANTI-SLAVERY the 5th ; and on the 6th, in the morning order was written when Ivas still quite S $38 000 in winding up. He compares us to a Jis/t, Patriot-becomes of the highest importance -

S ;,. MAN OF THE TWO CANDIDATES: J>OM1NATED AT within little more than half a mile from the!.. sick, but upon the most certain and precise ,The Light House Bill has also received that emits a dark fluid as it dodges about !: :

:. : BALTIMORE. writer's house and on the road thence to. information." I a clause appropriating through the water, and promises we will "He (Gen. P.) is known always to hare
,. ., that of Col. Robert Gamble two Indians If I were at liberty to give the name of for of St. John's .
- preservation hook him again one of these days." acted heartily with his party in New1 Hampshire
fired on and wounded a citizen, William my informant, it would be admitted that I -
:ii-: Correspondence Gen. Scott. Gorman of Jefferson. had every reason to consider him an unexceptionable Light 10 000 It's the metaphor that, strikes us with and we have proved incontestibly that

TALLAHASSEE- June 29.' 1852. In your letter to Mr. Cass, the Secretaryof witness; but he having whilst I These and other amendments made to the more force than the "antecedent." A.fish throughout the prolonged agitation of late
...' from was before the Court of at Frederick .1 liver and Harbor Bill its years they have uniformly been found on
: To Maj. Gen. Winfield Scott-Dem" Sir: War, of the date of 21st June 1836, Enquiry, required return to and a hock! Not long 2mc w. wpre dosed the side of the and the .

.. : :h.t. -The position you now occupy, as the candidate Head Quarters, Columbus of ttat Geo.order, you say follows in. expose, earnestly his name,begged I promised that that I would I would not I. the House; and upon a disagreement of the weekly with pills /' but.as we ventured to South. justification as
excuse or
..':: of tbe great Whig party of the United :- not, and must unless relieved by him from two houses a committee of conference \'a I requite the prescription.with a bolus of '48 sentiment his party in hl own State
. .
. all gtattP: true, for whigs the office the duty President of promoting, imposes the on It was written when I was quite sick that promise, continue to bear the odium appointed, which we understand resulted ina committeeism, the pill"j!&obsolete, and/s/i NUNCIATIONS LAUNCHED AGAINST BITE'DE

1',. cause you represent, by removing, if they but upon the most certain: and precise in- which his errors brought upon men Florida. favorable report upon the Bill, its passageby and hook are introduced. These are quiteas I AND TH FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW."
With the & .
,, : all difficulties in the of eleclion. formation." greatest respect, the House, audits immediately expected the former. There
. !, can way your And further you quote from a letter of I remain my Dear Sir apropos a was a This extract, says the Advocate, probably

. :;," of the in which Governor Call of the date of 26th May, in Yours very truly, passage> by the Senate at the time our information good deal of the fish abnut Gen. Cass,' and has reference to the speech at New Boston; .
view contest
: a proper engaged. the character of the individual answer to one from you enclosing Order No. WINFIELF SCOTT. was despatched. No doubt the pro. we have plainly shown that there were a but that is a matter of small consequence.its .
, are
., you has become merged in that of the can- 48, the following passage : visions are now enacted into law. Mr. Cabell great many baits thrown out to hook peopleto importance consists in the admission,that

: didate, and hid conduct past and present "A panic, highly dishonorable to the IHIIH BEflBLlEAl.lACKSfilNVILLE and both our Senators zealously sought to ob- his support. But, besides, our neighbors i Gen. Pierce has "launched his bitter denunciations
"whole has the land
: should be subjected to the closet scrutiny country, spread over ain these and secondedin
. influence the "when by one manly effort the enemy might appropriations, were partial to the figure of a hook, from the against slavery and the Fugitive
whenever that may tend to and their homes and their efforts by Dr. A. S. Baldwin, in representations the where the
I cause, of which he is the representatip "have been repelled pro. peculiar twist it has. Slave law, place or occasion

,., : .., great and exponent. And if it can be shown th 'perty defended." And you add: "This is : of the importance of the improvement I. on which, be did s is entirely imma
"sufficient: confirmation of assertions if More Committee
has my of the mouth of the
: .f at any former period, such candidate given ."* St. John's.Dr. terial.
. ;7' : just cause of offence -to any respectable "any were wanted. Thursday, September 9 1852. B. went to
Now as to the last authority, with due Washington some weeks The following Address of the Middle How do Gen. Pierce's friends propose t
': the aim of. all true patriots
. : constituency, since with this object in view at the instanceof of Florida in
: should be to endeavor by free inquiry into submission it does not confirm your assertions Democratic Committee get over this

:: A.,:,: the facts and a frank and manly explanation touching the affair in Middle Florida Whig National Nominations. a meeting of citizens of this place. 1845 (said to be from the pen of Hon. W '
.. They Know their Man."
. : .. to remove the causes of difference, to for the remarks quoted apply exclusively to H. Brockenbrough) is worthy of attentive
the state of affairs in Alachua, where "their FOR PRESIDENT :
correct unfavorable opinions, mutually form homes and with. Important Question, perusal at this day, when editors are reduced Most of our readers are informed that a
: abandoned
'..; '0 ;:.- ed thus upon to convert erroneous former,erounds enemies of of belief the man and out, as Governor Call conceived adequatecause INFfflJ) SCOTT.FOR One of the main principles advanced in to the extremity of representing their brethren Free-soil, Amalgamation, Abolition, Black

. ';. into adherents of the candidate. and alter he had taken (as he thought) the successive party declarations ("plat and their brethren's Presidential candidate and White, Every-Ism Crazy People's Con

.1 be unknown to that the ufficient measures for their defence. VICE PRESIDENT: abolitionists. We don't think the vention met at Pa. few weeks
:". It cannot you forms") of the Democracy is opposition to as Plttsburg, a .
Call the in Mid
Governor was near scene
. people of Florida have long held yon in disesteem assailed brethren or the assailed brethren's since and nominated John P. Hale for the
. : of Internal ,
:: : from the fact of having dIe Florida on the 4th May and knew well 'VI: A. GRAFJUf.] a general syslem Improvementsby
your gre.
*:.'-?. viously wronged them as they conceive, by that no houses or property haW been aban. j General Government. But upon this candidate, ever so deliberately pointed out Presidency, and :J. C. Julian f9r the Vice

' direct imputations against their honor and doned-he knew the enemy had been repel. question the Democracy is about as contra- the way to abolish slavery in the South a:, Presidency. Among the members was Mr.
'. .. If individual led-and in that same letter to you (if I am FOR ELECTORS FOR FlJRIDA. Committee did in Watson G. who it will be '
feelings this
: their courage. your rious as upon man,% other important doctrines alleging abolition a Haynes, seen
recollection he
in the
) asserts
. '; were alone concerned, on this occasion it right attacks my of the enemy were promptly met J. P. SANDERSON, ofDuval Co. which have been connected with the one of the results to flow from Free Trade from his speech commenced on ou first page,
be deemed indelicate for after
. ;. might long a silence now to make explanation you, or so with confidence" and the defence made T. RANDAL?, of Len Co. domestic history of the country. We Understand The editor of the News speaks of signifi thought Gen. Pierce had "some claims upon I

.::=. excuse, when your personal interests are so good in Middle Florida. This is the con J. J. FINLEY, of Jaclson Co. Judge Bro 'me to deny in toto the cant" things sometimes. Considering that the approval and favor of the Convention.That ;

: : ,. directly involved. But (besides that the reparation struction letter and Gov.,the Call circumlanccs has always as given then known to that, ----- constitutional power of the General Government this Committee's address was issued in 1845- speech is worth reading. ;

ir'I: .:. :' under the of view wrong above is never'presented unseasonable, that onyour ) and the internal evidence of the letter.confirm FOR CONGREtS. to make other improvements in it is very significant that that is the identical Another Roorback Exploed.

its; correctness. States than the erection of year in which our neighbor found such
EDWARD light-houses
; -: success are involved the interests of a C. OABELL. as Democratic have been
.'..... great party, and the welfare of the nation Then as to your certain and precise in. we think was distinctly stated in his speech charms in the Democratic ranks a induced papers trumpeting
formation I doubt not it through the South that Senator Wade of
so regarded at
: uch personal considerations should be discarded here. Certain it is, he as far as the him to be no longer "a Whig from the start."
the time but I undertake meo periculo, to goes Ohio had declared that .n. Scott had
V' section of the and
: ; every party that deceived and that GEORGE T. W/ farthest in denying the validity of the internal Read this specimen of committeeism : sad
aver were D.I
you your "
; has a right to that, as their candidate to him, 1 would sooner cut my right

'. : you should place yourself in position information character be was not altogether with false sufficient; and i if my I Improvement doctrine. I is a ques. The emancipation plan of the District hand than lend it to the support of Slavery."
to obtain the greatest number of suffrages: you guar. tion which at this moment Democratic Address.
";1 Whig Appointments for theEast: comes immediatelyhome
for averment I challange the The Norfolk (Va.) Courier nails this beautiful
anty my
pro. ;
provided, that position can be attained by no "When our fathers stood side by side with
duction of that certain'and precise inform to us all. Congress has appropriatedfor fabrication to the counter by the following -
sacrifice of principle or of personal dignity. their brothers of New and impelled .
: of Florida lave ation." I speak of what I know and took Alligator, Thursday, lept. 9th. East Florida, $48.000-31 of which, except England, -. explicit and emphatic letter from Sen.
The people a right to avail by common dangers and common interests
in and for its tfuth I refer to the New River Saturday : 11th. ator Wade addressed to a in
: -, themselves of all proper influence to achieve part living the $10,000 for the the achieved Independence by mutual gentleman

;.,. I : the triumph of the Whip: cause, both National testimony of thousands who witnessed whatI Newnansville, Monday, /i II 13th. Judge would consider unconstitui L.ght.house. re- efforts with mingled blood, they stood brothers Norfolk, and published at the request of the
have and I shall fn naly Courier. Will the Democratic
stated state vindicationof
And do
fand Slate.- although the first be Micanopy Tuesday 14th. ceived. Every dollar of these indeed. Nature would have united them pres"
fellow citizens. appropriations General Scott the to retract the Roor
... ) surely calculated on, without their aid, the my Ocala more closely, but otherwise
Wednesday 15th. your tatc3mln.
,. :1.: :. last must inevitably be put in peril if the Not only had they acted with decision here would be so much money illegally ship has drwn deeper all the lines of back
Hernando sti
'. .: people be found unfriendly to the cause of promptitude and courage up to the date of C. H., Friday, II 17th. dispensed to our people-every dollar earned difference, 'till now they scowl upon and WASHINGTON, August 18. 1852.

:' ;.._ the National Whig candidate. your order but they the planters of MfddleFlorida Tampa, Monday 20th. by the hard working mechanic and laborerin threaten one another as angrily as bitterenemies. Wm. II Granbery, Esqr.-SIR: I have
:.. The writer of this letter, an old comrade unflinchingly on to their homes Adamsville Wednesday, II 22d the the the receive your note of the 16th
removing Light-
.... .. of.Gen. Scott, his personal friend and warm and cultivated their plantations in the midstof Orange Spring, Friday 24tl.Palatka The cold and barren soils of the East,' inst, staling that at the head of a Democratic
. : incessant perils with their houses stock. house &c. would be just so dollars
f. : admirer find no in many Elizabeth
may difficulty acquiescing soon overflowing with population, and will paper published at City, N. C.
:. :.. i, the Baltimore nomination-although, like aded and arms in their hands-for years. Saturday, 25fa. to which he had no honest claim, according capital, would have sept her hardy sons and called the "Democratic Pioneer," is the fol.

the rest of'his fellow citizens, disappointed Frequently and at no distant intervals, St. Augustine, Monday, 27h. to Judge Broome's theory. These hardearned money in one continued rich and lo\vmg-"I WOULD SOONER CUT OFF MT
". in the object of his first choice, and despite were they subject to Indian attacks. For Black Creek, Thursday, 30h. works ought to be undertaken he thinks, fertilising stream to the more genial regionsof RIGHT HAND THAN LED IT TO THE SUPPORT
: : the wrong of \vLich he, in common with months at'a time they were without a sol Jacksonville the South. They would have mingled OF SLAVERY. General Scott to Senator
r. .. ; them very justly complains. Others, like dier of the Regular Army near them, and Satuday, Oct. d. at the expense of the State and to meet with us in equal privileges and burthens: Wade.

: .. himself in zealous advocacy of a great pub. even when surrounded by posts of that. Nassau C. II., Monday 4h. such expense the people of the State oughtto brought their indomitable energy and indus All I can of the above (what

: I lic cause identified with the success of their Army hostile parties of Indians with impunity The Whig Elector for the Eastern Distict be taxed;and if the works cannot be pi osee try; their untiring ingenuity and unequalled have frequently say said of it since is has l

'.: .' candidate, may school themselves to over carried,fire penetrated and death into within the settlements the cordon and of will accompany Maj. WAnD in these :p-' cuted by this method they ought to stand still. skill in every handicraft and trade. They floating about in the papers,) that Gener
' .' look their private griefs for the attainment would Lave married and settled among us, Scott never made such
; : ..:... of a great and patriotic end ; but others of'I. posts. I make no imputations against that pointments. The Democratic Elector md These are the doctrines that the people are and increasing in wealth and population in my hearing nor did I d9ation, or )
more acute sensibilities, or of less lively par. Army because of those inroads for, from any other Demjjgatic speakers, are in Tied asked to endolsefy voting for the Democratic the relieved East and benefte South tend that he ever did, and I believe it !

ty faith, may not feel disposed to such acts ofaelf.abneauon the character of the enemy and the nature to free discus\5 candidate ; they are the doctrinesof would have advanced eq step in have been fabricated with a view to preju-t ,

; in the cause of party. of the countiy, the utmost vigilanceand enunciated healthy vigor. Our trade would have been dice the people against the \
the Suther
I bold it, then, to be fit and proper, at this energy of those gallant little detach "platform" distinctly kept up: cities and ports adorned and improved me to add, that old
WHIG General permit
.s, 'Hime, in perfect good faith, and with t'te ments could not always prevent those oc- CONVENTION.A the Baltimore Democratic Convention. It is a our forest ceared. and swamps of.the Southern mind
:f" _I ''''. most friendly views towards your success, to currences. Surrounded by these perils the straight.laced theory which never ought to drained: our waste bloomingfields on this subject, renders it peculiarly liable 1

assume the task of convincing you of error inhabitants Middle Floridaretained their Convention. the Whigs of Duval be countenanced by the American people : ornamented with its bridges ; its to such impositions; and Nortoern demagogues .

'. in one particular by which unmerited censure homes and possessions to the close of the County, will be held at GRAVELLY Hut, on and with ill-grace from leaders school houses and churches; its comfortable knowing this, will.not fail to take
but comes an
._ and obloquy were cast on the whole war; never were a people for so long a farms and flourishing villages and towns, advantage of it.Very.
. ., .. population of Florida. You will readily un. period, placertn a more alarming position. Saturday the llth September (inst.,) for the in the South who are forever croakingthat would have teemed with wealth and joyous
.: derstand that I refer to your General Order The murderous blows of tbe Indians inter. purpose of Nominating Candidates to repre. we do not receive a due share of the population.Our B. ,F.yours WADE.,

, .. 1'0.48, issued on the 17th May 1836, from mittin?, but ever recurring, left the survivors sent the County in the next Legisl ture. bounty of the Federal treasury. We say whole people mingled in one, by influx WM. H. GRANBERr, Esq.
the reflection
only that the last blow .
: ..i:' your Head Quarters, St. Anjruetine. That the doctrine will down with the of Northern blood, before their bodieswere
" .:;;: !:,; order was eloquently expressed, and s.trong'I1jJol.jIf. .truck afforded at least, a Ljjef respite from The Whigs of the various precincts of the not go people locked up in the tariff built factories, Letter from Mr.IVatson O. II j-nM.
; denunciatory of the whole population of the fate which each had reason to fear for and is just so much verbiage and no or their minds dyed in fanaticism, would -

; Florida. asserted facts, going to establish himself: and thus wan derived to some a County are desired to appoint Delegate to more. The party which professes it, does have marched forward without one sectiona To the Editor of the Washington Rit

t i the plain charge uf cowardice in our people, melancholy congelation for the misfortuneof said Convention. jJC j not dare to put it in practice witness the murmur in the great race ot prosperity and SIR; Permit me to contradict a
others. A and a the rounds of the
corrupt incompetent Ad. now going to
I And in its comments' it spared no terms of Besides the the'Pre-' improvement. J 1' Imperceptibly in, State newspapers, i
ministration of the Federal Government Delegates from passage of the present Internal Improve. the effect that I was sent to
. vilupeiation and contempt upon such impu- after State, as occurred the North by the Pittsburgh
: i ': ',,,, Now, :Sir, even at this Ji (taut day, it, will during a period of this war, intent only on cincl, Whigs from all parts of" tne County! ment bill by a Democratic Congress, and bya increase of white labor slave labor, as i it through the influence and at the request of

' :'. ::.: ted misconduct. securing and continuing its power-vacillating are invited to attend. large majority, just on the heel of a Presi- fulfilled its destiny, would have become less of the Hon. Horace Greeley and the Hon. .
. : be task to that the in its military plans and councils-and i valuable and Lave receded to the Southwest William 11. Seward. To which I have
'. .: an easy prove, as regards dential Election. Witness also Gen. Cass's t
;;-....:. Indian affair in Middle Florida, then recent, faithless if not hostile to the South (as sub B/ request of the Executive Committee: : ; leaving behind in instance the say, that it was a impossible for either
t'. for River and Harbor
showed afforded votes
sequent developments ,) little those know of intentionsof
Improvement gentlemen to
t ., which provoked the order and to which the HENRY domestic and menial servants to become free my .
hope of effective relief from that quarter.Yet .- HOLLAND) whenever the anti-improvement attending here that I be the
.l charges cowardicemore, directly and emphatically same in a period of years, to gradually that the as wi next
\ misinform under these discouragements, this Chairms. trine is forth. change would not have been felt but President of the United .
; ; apply, you are entirely put ; caus-
,4..,.::. ,, id aa to the facu. bintil abused this J people maintained a determined front Judge Broome, who everywhere promulgates ing at every step fewer to be sent forward No man living attempted to induce me togo
" t4i4 disgraceful war slowly dragged onto NOTICE. and there; and I do solemnly aver that no
This Indian attack occurred on the 4th his to Internal yet leaving behind too few to be a serious
:, .': May 1836, at place about 25 miles south its humiliating conclusion. opposition Improvements, evil in a vast population: the whole individual in this word knew of my iten-
*:... : sad east from Tallahassee. Your order is This testimony is due to the reputation of A Meeting of the Whigs of Jacksonville ought to be ten at his word,-as. impracticable difficulty would have vanished impercepti. ed course of re. ? ,

. :. toted 17th May,.t Augustine where you the living and to the memory of the dead, will be held on Wednesday, the 8th of September in his views; as interposing an obstacle blytSJ-whilst all of our people, being I am not the man to be controlled, nor
fair fame of the
': 4d"I: : \10 were then quite lick, and of course you the to the Gambles of Murat Baileys Stevens,the Bell me!, (inst.,) for the purpose of nominating to tbe developement of our young mingled with it'in every stage of the transi- are the honorable names mentioned the men
.r Cuthbert, to be a to base transaction. *
tb party
could facts the information tion any
only give would have
' ) npon McCants, Anderson, and a host of other I Delegates to the County Convention w beheld State a depriving the artisan the mechanic, understood the subject, I recommended-. Pierce on FBEESOIL
: : of others. In the first paragraph' of the would have viewed it without ,
. \a. I order, yen state as follows : 1 brave men, who never retired from the face I; on the 11th inst. and the laborer, of the advantages which and all \vouM have been left to the prejudice band of ATl'POPRr, and anti-Main law grounds. .

..1\ of the enemy, nor faltered in his presence The Meeting will take, place at the NEW these disbursements and improvements in time its work WATSON G. HAYNES..
'r.: "Within a few days past,just five Indians And yet these are all equally\ assailed in. doing so quietly and perfectly GARRISON'S PCTSDM COUNTY N. Y.
j. '. V penetrated a neighborhood in the heart of General Order No. 48, as being at the COURT HOUSE at half past 7 o'clock P.M. Florida would afford him. It is true these We should have been spared the angry ,

;J'.:l. :.4. : "Middle Florida and committed murder. Instead time your inhabitants and in the vicinity of the A full attendance of the Whig voters of questions do not immediately pertain to the threats of Northern fanaticism, and frowning AugstO 1$52

, : :. ,) of giving pursuit, the inhabitant affair of the 4th aspect of Southern firmness. B Whenour VS.
the Precinct is desired. station to which he asks the people to elevate: SCOT PIEROESECOAT
, '
. ?{.:. "abandoned their plantations and fled to Tal. And be opponents taxed us to build up Northern
.1...."<1:.... .h "Jahassfe and Monticello." fully to ask, was may this we certain permitted and precise respect information him, and it may a well be said that neitheris manufactures, they taxed us to prevent these About the coolest electioneering tick madeuse

jl Now, Sir, except; as to the fact of rhe murder which in your view,justified such New Journal.S -In Savanuuli. he required to take ground against Federal natural and wholesome result which would of by Southern Locofocoism is effort .

: .'". by M five" or more Indians, (not however severity of rebuke Is it yet in existence: We have received several numbers of the Improvements in his addresses to the have followed but for tax. to prove that Gen. SCOT is a sectional can

t' : .t,' in the heart of Middle Florida, hut on thesoutheastern May we ask for its production The late Savannah Courier, a journal established in people. He is not silent upon a question Look out for Certificates. didate. was Sectional UNANIMOUSLY forsooth,ratified when his by nomination .
: : portion 01 bonier of the settlements lamented CoWhite\ admitted every
as a palliation
:', '.. Savannah a few weeks since. It is edited which he is not called upon to discuss, but member of the Whig National Convention.
.f': :: ;., ,) the whole paragraph is a gross mis for the charges in your order, the informa. The letter from Col. Winder
!t4i ':\-.:. representation. "The inhabitants did give tion on which it was based; but he. never by S. T. Chapman, formerly of the Macon ratker vauntingly avows his taxation doc to Gen. Hop Oh, but say these ingenuous Locofocos. look

, :.!$ ,: .: pur ait," they did not "abandon their plantations ceased to protest against the truth and jus. Journal $ Messenger The Courier is announced trines and anti-internal improvement theo. kins which we published in our last, : at the New York Tribune, a Whig Freesoil

; .f did not "flee to Tallahassee tice of the from we perceive by the Ancient City givena paper Does it not support Scot'i ;Tobe
1. tt\: :\ they charges, whatever soures as a neutral business paper, though ries. "He makes his own bed" as the old a it
fl' or Monticello." derived. The citizens of Middle Florida to the business of certificate sure does. And pray, Lfoo .
\ spur
1j making
untrammelled in its political views, and so adage says, "and he ought to be compelledto ye pinks of candor tell
1:c ,. ;. The writer of this was one of those inhabitants actors in those scenes, declare the charges the unterrified of the us
:: '1': > and be undertakes from his personal touching their conduct to he utterly false. far as they are promulged in reference to the lie down upon it." among quarantine city. York Evening Post-Democratic Abolition

t: .:.. knowledge, and in the midst of hundreds who As to the'case in Alachua, the writer 'of Presidency, will give its support to Pierce Its journal informs us that the evidence of; paper-does not support Pierce; and whether
; : contradict misstatement this that We don't believe Mr. Gillett ever said Gen. Scott's inhuman treatment to Genera the Plaindeder and Chicago
: : any to present a can only say, considering the very I and King. It is a genteel sheet conducted Clevelnd'
i r.:" 1 brief narrative of the affair in which he was small number of inhabitants in that region Gen. Cass was an abolitionist or .' the can Gaines, while the latter was on the Withla- of the most rampant Free-
ably, and will doubtless command a due didate ,of the Higher the Re- soil in the Union-do not likewise
i.iI a principle: sufferer, and io entire disproof of in 1836, their sparse distribution over an im. party, a coochie will be presses
.. sha/e of the of the has said of Gen. forthcoming in the form of advocate the of Gen. Pierce!,
t: tl the information on wbich your order was mense space!! the natuie of their avocations, patronage enterprising pvblican Scot.-Nts. certificates electon
,l ':i Il' based.Oa. as herdsmen; and their general exposuie, metropolis and State in which its editor is We don't beleve" the Republican ever from respectable citizens of St. .
'j" '- :.: the night i of .the 4th May, a party of and inability to protect and supply their BO prominently known. We cordially-wish said that about Gen. Scott; but here we have Augustine, &c. It is said that Gen. Sot Shields thus AND speaks of -Gen. PatG u.Winfield .

/ lAdianfl, probably not exceedng five, did at families, when called to.meet in for "swore about the
array terribly" matter when
the Courier success in its efforts except yon. The News of 1847, (whether Mr. Scott is the candidate Wig
;:.4 ."r tack be plantation of the writer, and did military service considering that even tbe called te
;; to relieve Gen. Gaines. For him I entertain the
t : 11n; murder arid scalp one of his men. Tbii was gallart Gen. Clinch felt constrained, about in the Pierce' cause. Giet or no we do not pretend to say,) in I's all to I party. and I admire him personal

!j :J li thsfntlnditnoqlbreak in Middle Florida. tbat time, abandon his valuable possessions The 7nU.JfJiig'ia: the title of a new boy of an editorial, pronounced Gen. I come out We have no doubt it will fully much regard as I do esteem.man living, for.his great a

: ,% Oo that day, the:writer was holding Court at inAlachua,aud to retire into Georgiawe straight-put Scott 'orwj Graham paper, just & Il HEAD OF THE ABOLITION equal the "cut off my arm" story so fully : talents any, and I consider hjm entitled

; Quincy,'60. mile. from ,the scene. lie met ought in justice to conclude, that the censure established exploded by the letter Senator military
Ii in Savannah, as we learn ,by. PARTY ;i" which we can prove from the we copy from, to gratitude of his countr for his glorious -
I ; the xpress the next morning,on,his journey upon those men'wu hasty and incon.- notices in oujdfcavannah" exchanges. We files. This is another point in the picture Wade. '.. I military survices.1 Shields is a
siderate. These are known afterwards
I to Taliabassee who(cave a most exaggerated"Jfceoont }people native aUnite4States a
!: r; of the atr&lr. Passing hastily so soon as they had placed their have not. had the pleasure receiving a of moral sublimity" depicted by tbe.Eastern Why dO$3 John Van ,Burcn support. Gen. De of/Ielnd., sa-brave Sear r
.od te
'. ::;;:$ throogh Tallahassee and only pausinf to ob.1 families in safety, to hut returned in arms, j I copy. Committee. Pierce ? I Mexican war.
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Convention of Union Whigs the i TAMPA, FJ.A., as Whig candidate 1CIb hereby given that 5 ING t,
John's Orange, Putnam and September 2, 1S52. Presidency, by the Convention which willlje heLl thronshout the tate ot Flori- FJ4. *. : i
Unties of St. ,
Editor of the Republican: assembled at Baltimore, after a declarationof d"* on T1*?* -N<>vintcr 21. prt-xinio. for AXSAVANNAH Kxerelm .f tfcU l.*ut. la.were" J :'D
the 17th senatorial Electors S
.a comprising principles> 'hich I of President and Vice _- _
Lucie meets the President of the JL
SIR : An opportunity offering from this approbation United States. rammed on TUESDAY Ok JULY tat, ..p
tri assembled at Palatka on Saturday, I Ibs !I of the country. By the stme body Done Number to be chosen .rce. Steam Navigation nnd r UM superintendence (f Dr.ISAAC AULD \ {
t remote part of Florida I am induced to give I[ was, in like at.the Capital in Tallahassee, this 10th Company. M. D. M i'si jl'
i manner nominated for the 'I
day of September, 1852, for the I Iurpos' Vice day of Aagu, A. D.1S52. '1
fourth you some information in regard to our Presidency. Both of these candidates hav The new Mid pp ndid side-wheel steam The Trustee take mat pleasure ia caaome : '
political BROWN Gorentey. ,, ship r
of nominating a Whig candidate GTliUS. STTvoFn ing to the Patrons of the Seminary and th.pabllo
j j By hs of 1200 tons
affairs. The accepted the nominations with the !: register
Whigs of this section principles their entire confidence ,
Captain J L in Dr. A
C ; Walton, has rejnJ really t aa*, : .
W. commenced her
Senator i in the next General Assembly of. declared fay: the Convention as the rule of DOWNING: lar From the which has .
or j jFlorida held a Convention in this place a few & tripe and will leave ""luah oa Wednesday, success *o far*t-
The Delegates of the Whi of i i days their action on the subjects embraced in them. .. no' _ni, i--N.. __Secretary_ Statt. the 2,1 day cf June, and every alternate Wednes tended the enterprise, the Trustee feel M tniranee .;fI
also since, and nominated Capt. N. P. Hunter for Good faith and honor, therefore, require day thereafter-_.say on the 16th and 30U June that they will succeed in building .p a ';t L

je countIes of St. Johr."su1d Putnam for |the Senate, and Hon. John McNeal for Re-; that after such acceptance'on my part, 1 Arrival at the UoQugton house. on.14th and 2t th July. 10th and 25th August/and o" School.exactly adopted the want* of the communitjr. V' f_. .'''
't f fo
pointed to nominate a Whig : preservative. It may be proper to add thata shall not sanction the use of my name on Cabin Pa>a re to Philadelphia ftS Their object is to establish, tll.permanent bans .5 ,

:, u-reientative to the General Assembly for :, better choice could not have been made- any ether ticket. s. ttFFIXCTOX, FROrRIlTCR.W Through Ticket to New York, 25 shall m aa institution in which the mind of thepvpil !' ;I J J ;:4.t.

last-named counties, assembled at the i iJIIIIe But secondly, I understand that :your ob \ Steerage, 9 be thoroughly educated. Prompted or an ..5 It
aid a choice that would have commanded more jection to Gen. Scott consists in ending September 6th. Thi* ship has been built with entire earnest desire to promote the welfare ofth ruing .io;.

place and on the same day, and orgat-j j j general suffrage than the gentlemen selected. apprehension that he will not do mainly justice an to sell n.Fla.F. \,\Mr.'&,\',: **".. *!*.. !!. It. RBroo.lward. ; safety, coiufoft and dispatch, and offers regard new and lo young generation and, growing and increase State the prosperity of our ::1 j ,
Col. GEORGE WASHINGofSt 1 Jacksonville,John W. admirable ficiliries to bn inew and travel. For they rely with cowft t.
jiea hyappointing (Gentlemen of the South, by a faithful adherence to the Price Jack3onvilk, n. F. deuce upon the support of
more pure, high-minded, honorable AlLan, TaIIahnsee, L. freight or passage apply toP..4'DELI.'ORD a patriotic, generou, .".
John's, President and B. W. ] live Compromise of 1850. On that point I Lave B. 4merUUl JaktJnrllle: V. B. Lina, St.Augn'tine : ,TAY & CO., and enlightened public to attain them u the eo- :,f
1OiC principles
pot within the paleof J. Scott, complishment of so noble
NcwnmnviIle a
the &cretarv.flie this: statement to make : I arrived in Washington H. I.. Brvlmt Agents in Savannah. purpose. i 1;=
Burr. Eq.of same county, ( the District. The Whigs of this section the invitation of President lady and 4 children, \"cI aka' Fl.v, Dr.. J". S. HERON & :MARTIN, Experience hat demonstrated beyond a doilM I:'
Fill- *
President, on taking the chair, in a : upon Jones, A1.1gator, Fla, N. \ arner' Georgia, C. .). july S-tf Agents in the necessityofine.jig the rate of &1 tJoa. .1 ''I
(certainly deserve great credit for their gallant more to the Navy Department, on the last 01'Iver.l'hirkston I :. t.., Nrs. Keny, Jacluun- I'hiladelphia.COPARTNERSJJ.p The exceedingly low rate of the past cession hav 1 :,.:
speech great.beauty. and eloquence stated ] conduct. Thus far all has been day of July, 1850. On that day the Omni- vile, Col.}. P. Sanderson. J3ckonvjlle J. L. sUed to produce a sufficient fund to meet the current !
the for which it !J.jjjj J. peace but. bIll. called reported Mr. Brovv.cr, Savannah, Col Mitchell, Ocala, Fla. expenses of the ScbooL The Trustees have I ]
Convention so
to the object and perfect order throughout the party with ty Clay, Dr. J. G. Dell, Newnausvillc. T' tuleralKftrcl, having leased the CITY therefore, determined to adopt the following per* l
and exhorted the from the committee of thirteen, was rejected, s.\', MILL hue roanent rates, which they are satisfied
assembled, Delegates __ __ formed a. Corartuerhip cannot b* to.
two u
I one or exceptions. There was I be- whole of for the deemed exorbitant
and the subject dispute: was thrown purpose of by any one who will rive the -;
fa the observance of union and harmony lieve, one or two made turncoats of during open for agitation anew.I found Gen. tnt: <'rrd a-i-<>.-
jjow so highly essential to the success of : Broome's speech here ; but you can easily Scott acting as Secretary of War, in which Is.OSl;. 'v*..'cf.1. h.tli'If'H'D"tr: ; t f i'.'i.,-:M.t s U.-,u.e inUu Lantern cl.-rk'. fr the Homo Market under the style,and title 4 RATES OF TUITION: ;.. ;

situation he continued for se"eral"eeks District if r\ of Clark & nutler. (PAYABLE w .ADVANCE)-re* tcssio.t or A.
the cause which patriots innst have so near I what of : :: '\ivania.Another rrr
sort '
before .
guess Whigs they were ; JOHN CLARK 5. t'.on
and happening to take lodgings at the Scientific
at heart. The Convention then proceeded for we all know that "Wonder! JOHN G. BUTLER. For Spelling Reading. 111 1,
true Writing, Geo-
I a Whig never hotel, I was in daily and intimate inter- Primary U
nomination of a Senator when Ma- CREAT CUR FOR lrJ-The above subscribers wo oldrcrocct fully praphy,and Primary Arithmetic M 00 '
the solicitthepatrona..e
turns Democrat with him that It
B ; none but those who are unsettled course from time until the of the pntiic, as they have For Geography,Arithmetic English Gram- .

jar General BENJAMIN Horcixs, of Putnam, :I i&their principles do so : I had almost consummation of the compromise, by the tered into the business for the express purpose en-of For roar Ancient and Modern History, 1* 00 '. J .;p 1"

chosen the standard i of its various provisions, in separate DYSPEPSL\ SAVmG history Ancient Geography. .
ras unanimously as sai'weak.mindedqieople do so. I do passage of LUMBER FOR JACKSOXTlliE AJ.D THE Chemistry, Natural Philosophy Natural .1.
of the Whigs of the Senatorial District I bills. No one in my sphere acquaintance, TICIXITT. history V irst Lesam in Algebra, Geometry t' -
jearer not know but what the latter is
I designation felt more deeply the importance of the crisis, They will also have a Grist Mill attached to the Anatomy, and Physiology, 20 00 St :t.!

in the approaching election. most appropriate to them. But let them be none exhibited more zeal in behalf of these Machinery; and. as they bars the agency of one For higher branches of Mathematics,Logic, ;. .: ..

The Delegates of the counties of St. John's what they will satisfied measures, by argument and persuasion & of the Placing Machines of Isaac Brown.of Baltimore Rhetoric, Moral and Intellectual .
may, we pass on, : Latin and
which will be in operation in a few per. Greet Language, 25 00
his friends and day., i1
lad Putnam then proceeded to nominate a r that tbosJleft of us are whole-souled. We among none rejoiced more and which is entirely novel in this part of the i Per French-extra, 10M .f i

candidate for Representative to the General the whole heartily when it was supposed all dangerwas evuntryanl of the firm being an old and experienced I Contingent expense, 00 50 ; 'Io.
S go Whig ticket or none. We averted by their final passage, than did hand with all the above machinery and There will be a public examination at theelos I

assembly for said counties, when THOMAS are determined, if we cannot vote for Whigs, he. both of them being well acquainted with the of the leS8 attendance on which will be oblig :.3 16

: of It. Johns unanimously while the wants of the City in their line,they will endeavor I atory upon all the student, unless a written t
-gxrEsq., was I we will not vote at all. We are looking Such was his conduct, contest to give re .
general to
satisfaction the
,to all who quest be
I will favor I contrary received from their .
r: nominated. The business for which forward to the approaching election with joy rated, and it was doubtful on which side :hem with their orders.. or guardians. parents ;i.i

t Convention had assembled being con- victory would incline, in Congress or in the August !. 132. 12-lm I Board can be obtained in private familie *1' i.
. the unspeakable. We expect to hail it as a country. If others, who, seeing the subjectin from eight to ten dollars per month. : '?,

eluded!, tie President announced the prepa- complete triumph over our political ene- a different light' at that time, opposed this : =' Dissolution.TIIC CHAKLKS RUSSELL S 1"t.

t ation of a Barbecue by the gallant Whigs I mies. Though we have great differences to adjustment, or looked upon it with disfavor TIE TRULDIGESTIVE Co-partnership heretofore cxistin- under Aug. 19-it Secretary of the Board of Trustee. .t i.'

i of Putnam, to which he invited the mem- j j battle against, owing to the Democratic or. indifference, have since brought their FLUID DOCK i*name this and day style dissolved McKlNLAY by mutal sTllAD-consent ..t

I Convention and the minds to sanction or. acquiesce in it, it is All debts contracted in the of the NEWGOODS. .
I bers, of the public generally ranks much divided name late firm j.
being so have .
we bOIe.I will be
for will settle
I cautc congratulation; but history OB GASTRIC JUICE by John G Haddock. _
i : when the Convention adjourned sine I: We are determined to do all in our power to not perform' her office if she jails to enume-' JOHND.McKIXLAY. O. W BARTON V ,1
frflm IlEt\rT. or the fourth roincn JOHN G. HADDOCK. .
die. I elect our men. rate Gen. Scott among the firmest friends of OF Pepre. aite-- direct, -us ri Baron! Hh;, The business of buying and selling of Cattle. as Ua-.trut roar Door below Mr. Jc li '

The Delegates from the county of St.Join's S Nothing adSre at this national pacification in its hour of trial.I the great Phyio.ogieal Chemist by J. Ll.l u"h-0 also of Butchering will be continued by John IT. Flnn gan'*, : ;;

attended by of the present.PETrR it least, cannot consent, by my silence, ton, M. 1)., liU.k"bia.: Pa. iadduck.: The subscriber, grateful for the liberal HAS JUST RECEIVED per Steameri fron ', '
t many high.hearted r\RLE1". to s'ennnsly approve the discrimination _Thh is :t ,! ) : rem Jr for Tnji"e'- patronage heretofore extended to him, takes plea- North a new and splendid aaortnenaif .

J and fearless Whig citizens of that county I made by to his prejudice, on a national Lijsjups-aJann.lu-c: Liver Cou.i iairt, C.onEtipation sure in recommending Mr. Haddock (his successor Fancy and Staple, Spring and Summer Jj -h
Extract Letter. 'I you and Debility, curing after XiUure'a ) to an indulgent public. DRY ,1 ,;
crossed the river at an early hour of the day, ( of a ) quest.oii where he was equally zealous with j own method, bj Nature's own agent, the Gas July 2J JOHN D. lcKISLA Y. IOSIERT, GLOVES GOODS \
The truth is that Gen. Pierce is the last WARES =
vith banners flying and music playingwhiletbeir I m, 'cIf. and more influential ; and I know no tric Juice. with an assortment of Dress Goods, %. te. '}
man that the people of Florida should desireto eafVr criterion for the future obsarvauce of X5-Half a r5poonful of IVpsin infused in Br.mdjWine &c.OLD -ALSO- ii!,
brother Whigs of Putnam sent Crater, will tli"eior luMtlvo f'tvf ,
up j'tsn'1s nf roast
see made President. He is a real Old the comprotjiae, than the decisive and manly chtrf in about out of the Otard. Dupuy & Co's Bert BBAXDY. JEWELRr.. 3835te1SS&aiE"M '"'
deafening cheers of welcome. A procession taken in its enactment.To 11t1 stoma-'l. : -; .Y WINvE-a *
is the article.
part tJ\tin or very superior d
I uont Fti\e
Hunker narrow.minded Democrii Jatl grcat li -ALSO-
was then formed, and marched to the enli- %-opposed I avoid all cavil or misconstruction, I princllle, of the Jti<-lie' So'';tzf the MADEIRA do. do. do Ail Assortment of Gentlemen' :,l

: to every thing like Internal Improvement, add that tne talents! Po. tM PurFi"Z t Pre*cn"i.I< Stim il tui- OLD POUT JUICE. Rea4madg'.i :
fully appreciating great
1 felling and cheering notes of music from ; It iextracted I P1MML: HOLLAND GIN. CLOTHING. .l Sa
and all liberal measures. He belongs to and services of Mr. Webster, no one would i/ tin:1.)>:ti.an.11nt"tinti. The above were purchaed of of the best June 102m' i1*'
u the Ox one 4i
end to end of the village, stopping to cheer I that set of New England politicianswho I I have accorded to him a more zealous support thus: fonninz froI uLiWy.! :toma.u1 rz-no,, I hou=e* in New York, and warranted superior _ _ _V__ _ __ I *

the Whigs of Palatka on their route, and ,i very than myself, had Le been the noiune of iieci;ey like the n1tur1VUastrjc DlIE"T\Juice ia its jnly 22 For sale by JOHN M.PAYNE. Tax Collector's Sale. l'J

then retraced the streets to the Ccurt.house, 'I made so much fuss about. { bloodhound II the Convention. chemical rowers, aini farthing, a ranip'cte atd1epr.t B Y VIRTUE of the power rested in me by .
and SO'"U1uch sufi'titute it. Ifc,th aij of,thij"i prcijiration Tobacco Law I shall expose for sale before the Court .J.
story, expressed sympathy Thanking for the kindness and confidence : Cigars & Snuff. t.
where the Convention assembled. The you House door in the .
'I the } :Ins a.nl C'li of Intigestion and town of Palatka, county of u
J business of the day over, the members of the for the poor Indians of Florida, who manifested towards me, Lypep-iia are removed,jut tj, they \\oal bo bj THE hand above articles, of the very finest quality Putnam, on the first Monday September 1332, .l ;''J

I were hunted down in our swamps by blood- I am, .very respectfully, a healthy Stomach. I is ,iOh g "onhl: f- Djpeptics <- july22. .and for sale JOHN low for cash M. by between the legal hours of sale, the following described 4 a
; Convention and citizens and strangers gen- Your ob't serv't, curias ca.-es cU''ilitJ': emaciation, ncr PAYNE. property or so much thereof as will pay .. '
: icmnds. They are all opposed to the removal ,,,, Vbw decline, and Jptine; Coujinaptuni, snpxisod the State and county Tales due thereon forM V
lilly, proceeded to the ground, where a ) : A. GRAHAM.l5 NARajALL HOUSE. 1S31 1 : 1
of the Indians [ to be on the ,1>rgo of the ravo. The ttinti5e year to wit: 16,000 acres more or fee of ,.
and be assured if
t feast had been prepared in bountiful profusion ; ? cvij''nte'l on -hic1l' iu La. od ic in the- I THE suwcriber having leased theabov Land, situate.lying, and hem; in Section 38, of ". '
Franklin Pierce is elected there rauarSablc. In 'taated on Bronghton- Township 10. S. of 2,. E. $
I President Aiioticr Setciitlfic \ -onder:-IAIPOETAVT highest degree curious auj bet. Range ; Section 57, of
and with
( ,
partook a zest heightened by street, ;
Abercorn and Drayton- Township 11, S., and Range 25.E., and Section ;
: the generous hospitality which marked and \villnot be an Indian removed from Florida, TO Drsi-ErTics.-Dr. J. S. 110 UGHT02bS SCIENTIFIC EVDnXCE.: I streets for a term of years,respectfully informs the 38 of Township 10, S., and Range 26, E., and a, i

unless the State does it on her own respon- PEPSIX true Digestive Fluid, or Baron LIEBEG, in Lfe cckbratej work on Animal -! citizens of Savannah and the public generally Section 33, of Township, S and Range 26 E.; '!:
r distinguished every preparation. Many Gastric Juice from KENSET the ChemL'try. says : "h Ac Artificial Digestive I that he is now prepared to receive boarders both ssaid Land being returned as the property of fU ..I
; sentiments and ..a.ctst'Cre drank to the sucI -' sibility, which would cost at least a millionof prepared or Fluid, analagous to tic Gastric Juice may be regular and transient, on the most reasonable bertMclIardy by G. R. Fairbanks Arent. :4 ;:: {
dollars, which we are not able to raise. FOURTH STOJUCH o? THE Ox, after directions of readily prepared from :the mucous membrane of terms, and pledges himself by strict attention to R.T. BOYD j.
eelS of the Union candidates for President Earon LIEBCG th$ great physiological Chemist the Moinacu of the 0:, in whkh rariuus article business to merit the patronage of the public.He .- Tax .'r k CoU'r Putnam county .S .t

VS and Vice President Gen. WINFIELD I Nor would there be a claim for service or by J. JIOUGUTON, M. D., Philadel of foo 1, as meat ano Eggs, will be tofteiudchanged intends to make the Marshall House FIRST Palatka Feb.19, .-.. V !: .
Indian[ losses allowed to a man in Florida. and digested jvft in the same manneat CLASS Hotel. His table will be supplied with every J.1
SCOTT and Hon. WILLIAM A. GRAs phia. This! i Is truly wonderful remedy for INDIGESTION they lewld kin th4human stmniwh." luxury that can be procured. NOTICE. ; :

t HAM as also for the success of the uisun-j I The man who would oppose the allowancef DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDICE, Dr. COJIPE, in hiivalaablis" writings on the aug 5 law WILLIAM JOHNSON.IVotice. ALL persons are hereby forewarned against !: .,

gushed Whig candidate for Governor oil the pittance of General Harrison's years LIVER COMPLAINT, CONSTIPATION, Physiology of Diction, observes that a for two promissory notes, made by ;, ..J1
diminntion of the of Gastric
chwquantity me, in favor of James A. Picket or order, one ef '
Florida. The utmost kindness of feeling salary to his widow after his death, would and lJEDII.ITVa"curing after HAIITEE'S ow a prominent and al-prevaillng cause of L>y8pcpSia said notes having been partially paid. The coo i j

tad good order prevailed: throughout the ] METnoiby XATultfs owx AGE.VT,the GASTRIC and Le statc4hat: "a distinguished professor TIlE Co-partnership heretofore existing be- sideration for which said notes were given has '.
in Floridafor
never agree to pay a frontier man of medicine in Jbn Ion, who was severely the undersigned under the name and failed I i
am determined not
day, and the assembled numbers separated JUICE. Pamphlets, containing Scientific evidence to pay them un -
afflicted with this style of KELLY & CAPKON is this day dissolved less t
his losses by the Indians. Be assured, complaint finding every thing compelled by law by laid James a Picket.
with increased regard for each other and I of it3 value, furnished! by Agents gratis eke to foil, had recouri to the Gastric Juice, obtained by mutual consent. The unsettled business HEn Y D. HOLLAND. i

high hopes of the success of all the Whig these things are worth thinking of by the cz-:co tho advcrt Kment. sp 2-ly from the !:tom lIh" of living animal3whkh of the firm will be settled by George Kelly. Jacksonville July 31st, 1852 aug4' 1. I

V candidates every where through the senatorial people of Florida, 'when we come to vote -, --- -- proved campfcftly fivea ----------- -- --- Dr. GE.iHiir. aatL of the funous works on NEWTON CAPKON.f .
district. Brought to Jail
for a President! of the United States. I 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Vegetable Diet," i'ys : ''ItU a remarkablefact a5'tinrZUe. E. F., July 13, 1852. N the tenth of May a Negro,man named 4 I;

Ax INVITED Grrsr. Very different would it be with Gen. j Office at Jacksonville, East Florida, August in physiology, ths the ftnmichs of aniiuAl'. o WASHINGTON. Say lie belong to II
; ll>th, 1352. macerated in water, impart to the Cnid the property C oPartnersnip.TIIC BENJAMIN SINGLETON, of Lowndea 1.

C'n.poDd nce M Itli theFALATIA Candidate Scott, He has been in Florida and knows A Jones, Toby diisolring varpn* articles of food, and ofeffecting undersigned have this day formed a. Ga.-about twenty yean of age dark county complexion ., t.

from. experience that the regular army can- Andrews crl1 Jones, Jesse a kind of artificial digestion ot them in for the of Sawingand five feet four inches high Say he LM 1 :.
wise difieruit natural digestive purpose
from the
& 4, 132. C Jones, John no 00cew. been runaway two weeks. 1fj
Lumber, nnd-r the name and styleof Q
SIR; The Delegates of the Union Whigs not get the Indians out of Florida. He has Booth, James Jones, Mrs Thos B KELLY Shipping T1MANUS & CO.GEOKUE. M. H. FREEZE = "':
{jtJ: -Call on the A imt, an'1 gtt a descriptive
of! St. John's, Putnam, Orange, and St. Lu- tried it; Gen. Taylor tried it ; McComb, Bairdcn Brenuan,,Jjuies John A Kennedy, Michael K circular, gratL, gi\ii.g a large amount of scientific KELLY.. Slay 20-tf Jailor Colombia county, East Fife i .t!,

cit counties, assembled in 'Convention heldat i Worth, Harney, and Twiggs have tried it, Banniaa, Col H J Kingmin, Francis evi'l' nce"h ilar t) the ab',vc. together with H.. J.TIMANUS.E. BUCKMASTER. N V :,S
this place to-day have unanimously nominated Burrow Henry Kelly, Chas \\' reports of remarkable tares, from all parts of theUnited otiee. p ':/A
and all have failed. He knows that the Jacksonville E. E., July 15, 1t152.
you as a candidate for State Senator I Barnes D) W L fctates. __ ALL persons indebted lo the Estate of FoRE f1
from this District. Though knowing your i Florida volunteers-the Cow Boys-axe the Badger, L J Lontbcr, Mrs Esther AS \ DYSPEPSIA! CURER.Dr. Notice to Debt. and Creditor.. THINGP1N, late of Putnam wnaty iI: ;
j that hunt them ana Brady, Mrs E Lamar, John IIought<' 's Pepsin La- pro luced the mmarnlI'Jl13"eT.1t / deceased, are notified to make immediate pay.mcnttotheundsignedandanposbolg
force LeI the
; indisposition to be piaced before the people only can out PERSONS who are indebted to 03- 2i'
Bass: 11 \V Lofton, Wiley of ALl. .
', in i-aring Dirt-asea Debility J
I at this time as a candidate, yet, in view of i I would order cut a volunteer force at once. Becks, W I arIan 3 Lang, Miss Catharine: Emaciation, N-rv i>ua 1)'dine,and Dvspeptie Cor- of Donald C. Murdock, late to of Columbia for-- claims or demands against said Estate must present ,'If .I/
the State action in th&rcrnoval of the C MCrokcr the dsta'ls of county, deceased, are required come them to the subscriber, duly authenticated ?
recent 1 sumption. It t imT )".ih1 tQ give the ,
Moreover, he is ac ainted with the position ward and make immediate payment to undersigned within the time prescribed by law
II J or this notice
I ManpGeld, in the liia.t f th'H adv > AUtheatkated ':
Indians, and the importance of their removal cases <> :rti-enisntjjAl ant nIl baring demands against .
; persons will be pleaded in bar ofeame.
; in Florida and >cilio Mr Moore S W irf-Dore "
of the frontier settlements ( certificates have been giv '
to the interests of our State, we have mid i estate are hereby called upon to present themto WILLIAM TImldP1 t
I Carter: D II Macto-h, TqbeC than two kunditd n.mrLaLle rurcs, inR3adelphia :
l been induced to nominate Wit. as one whose ) the character of their claims for losses, and ttle, Allen T Morrison, 11 F New York, aid Dostim u'ose. TUsso were the undersigned duly authenticated, without A dmb > .J. 1

knowledge of the subject derived from your i i he knows a soldier's rights, and would see Callaphan John Martin, Charles nearly all .detpenttifca-, and the cures were not day. MA11Y A. MURDOCH, Adm'x. :Pa.latka.Putnam Co1., July 19, 1852. 3 { ;

position will enable to bring the matter Clinton,Charles Miller,Bird only rapid and onlcrfr.l but permanent State of-Florlda, Clpjnlt
you thaf he had them. When Gen. McComb C S 0 W. T. McLERAN,Adm'r.By CGUrtj Hart** 'i
Chambers. It is a great ItrVOU9 antidote and particalarly ,
I properly before the Legislature of the State M. WHIT SMITH, County n
| made the amnesty with the Indians in 1840, Cooper,Mrs Ann O'Bryan JamesI.iff useful for ten Little B.Lewis :
and the General Government, and as one D P treated 11 i i1
Fever and Ague, or badly
to whose care part experience justifies us '!Gen. Scott advised that two regiments of : ,Aimer Pratt, Capt L C 4 Complaint Fever and ASUS, and the evil effect of Quinine, Alligator Columbia August co.10th, Fla ISS-v, 13StKotlcc Abnerl D.v*. 4 4.1!'

I in committing the welfare of our District United States troops be stationed on the Dupont, 11 Virgil Perpall, Abraham Mercury, and other [Ira:!" np')n the Digestive organs Frane13R.John80n Johnson } mUm iitneerj.. ;$4 ',

i and the legislative justice due to our people.Your of Dtmcre, Mrs Paul Porker, Constance after a lung ?icknts. Also, for excess in to Debtor and Cr i ra.O William Lastinger T4 : .
frontier form cordon '
to a posts E Paine, Polly eating, and the I')'> free nv of ardent fpirits. It J ffi
t known zeal in the cause of the Union, Etna, Miss C Emma almost reeoncilsaii'-'i/ with /'Ilefllperance.Dr. .NE MONTH after date application will be and John Johnson, l'I ;
Indians .nd the settlements for their
the Compromise, and the principles of our security Lubaak Win N R made to the Hon. Judge, of Probate of Co- TT appearing to the satisfaction of tie Conrf I !f"

party.eonfinntbe propriety cf our action i ; but Van Buren and Tyler did! not F Rose, CharU-s J. S. KGUCKTOFS'SIj luniiia county, forleare to sell a part of the land JL by affidavit in this ease filed that the above-* ;;
isl .". belonging to the estate of Donald C. Murdoch, named defendant. William :1 "
Frink .Tasirc2 Wm
Reynolds, Lastinger, resides be 1
attend it and Mr. Polk ordered the :
I nominating you. to few Frink, Wa=hlcstoa Roberta, John W 2 late of said county,deceased. yond the limits ofthe State of Florida to wit s ia 4 .4.
: With much respect we have the honor to companies that were left to Mexico, whichwas Foster,HJ RCCV, M James 2 : MARY A. MURDOCH, Adm'x.W. the State of Georgia Therefore,on motion of M. JJ',
be obedient servants Thomas P S A T. Mr L BRAN. Adm'r.By Whit Smith. Esq.,Solicitor for the
your Cogarty, Complainant, 'oJ "i
I the cause of the murders in 1849. I Fonntane July Richard M. WHIT SMITH, it is ordered that the said Defendant WiTEanl
V GEO. WASHINGTON, 1 Smith J > .r I
V Chairman. han no doubt if Gen. Scott was President, Fouatane, Sandy Sallis, 11 G t P i-- RiT Their Attorney. Lastinger, do appear and answer the eaid Bffl of r.
10th 1832. 19-tt
G Fewcll David Alligator, Fla., August Complaint according to law,or the same will be I "k:
B. W. BRITT he would have Indian out of Florida t taken .
Secretary. every Godding, F G Simmous, L A \1 at confessed against bins.Anditisurtheroderedthtaeopyofjo. '.
Gen. Benj. HOPKINS &c. &c.&UTltA Mrs Adeline Stuart, M James NOTICE. .
in less than a and just claim GooLhep r. .,
.year D 'f'U Sanchez, John A T TIlE expiration of sis weeks I will apply der be published in tome newspaper printed and : .,
Set 5, ISoiGEKTLTMEN would be allowed for services and losses.'' Grover;Harry Stewart, James p7 to the Commissioner of Pension for duph- published in Said Circuit, once a week for four l S .
Ganse, S Thomas Pettoa, Alexander 2Sale 1.frif eat. to Land Wa.rant number 10,244, issued tome months. THOMAS DOUGLAS. ;
: : Your letter announcing the Mr. Grauam's Letter.The Capt W W 4 oa the 7th day of October 1351, for 160 acres Judge k.1u. _
nomination of myself to represent the sena- II T under act of Congress passed September Z .. June 22dA. D. 1852. JuneBI J. '

rial district by the unanimous voice of .the letter of Mr. Graham, to the Wilmington Ilolden, John Tanner, John ., S'- which |lime been stolen from iny houso. And I Circuit Court SaUern Clrewlt o* Vler- :. I .:}

Contention, has been duly received. The Commercial, throws more light upon Hen HarneU rick, Mayberry, Mrs. filix. Thompson Ta.nnerASII.E J sold by nCirly kll the Dealers in fine Drugs ana warn, inasmuch all persona as not I have to trade neither for soil tho said assigned Warrant Ida, 9Ioaro epanty,lit haae ry. < j i.:

principles embraced in your letter are so intimately Harden, James H V po[ }uluwt'dicicIJ throughout tac Untt dfrtatos. nor empowered any person to sell, assign, or locate Catharine Welsh,} 11 'I .1
the history of the Compromise measures and. It in and in fluid form, and in J?.' Dm fa Chaa A D :
connected with my own, that however 11-, George vinson, Adam D ia prepared powder the same for rac.Angust f "),:.
the of Gen. Scott. We commend Vinson 2 prescription phl-iL tor the use of physiciana. RICHARD ELLIS. John
much you may have overrated my abilities position Huff, G Sphere of W,2,2 : 4
the physicians
John W Private Circalars f.r use maybe 5-tf .
I Hughes, .
to render service in the cause I cannot U perusal to our readers. While evidences Higginbotham, J W White, Mr obtained of Dr. Houston or his Agents, do- IT made and filed in this cause,that the ,

refrain from an acceptance. crowd upon us of the unfitness of Gen. Hyrne,Peter Will Capt Joseph scribing the whole proc M preparation, and giving School Notice. aforementioned Welch reside oat of this- '"f
S Feeling grateful for the confidence reposed -i Banton, Win Walker,Wm the authorities cpon which the clauns of this Circuit but in the State of, Florida--':te. wit I 'ft
in me by so respectable a body Pierce for the Presidency, honorable testi- Hill Capt Thos B Whipplo, Alariaa new remedy aro ke dAs it is NOT A SECRET llE Subscriber will open an ETenlllg in to* Western Circuit, .It i* ordered .thai 'I:
monials cluster and gather round the fame Hodges,Samuel- Wprley, Elias.I. I Uuwt', no objection can be raued against itsU I. 'I SclxooJ; on the first Monday of September he appear and answer said Ml" oa thc r ; J
1 remain, gentlemen yours truly, Iligglnbothiim; Thos J Wilson,John by physicians in remetabU stsui.lingaml l regular next for Gentlemen. The classes will meet Monday In November next; otherwise tha :.l.
B. HOPKLVS.Messrs. of Scott. Some opinions bare been expressed gzinbutham, Joseph Williams, Miss Sarah ractje. Price ORE DOLLAR PER from Monday Wednesday,, inclusive of each complainant's bill will be taken pia eon '

WAEHIVGTQW and BRITT, that Gen. Scott in his Castle Garden J White, Parsons L 110TTI.E week. Koom3 open from half past 7 to 11 o'clock; fesso against him according to the statute ia Ji. ,
f the
: Officers oftfie Convention. Jones, W G (OBSEnVE T7TW-Every bottla TEEMS. eucheasemesndproyidedandthattej. :'f;'
did not mean to endorse the the written si(mature of be in '
speech, Fugitive genuine PEPShVlHiius: published some newspaper published ia this :_
for letters in the
Persons above list
-- J. S. IIOUGHTOX, M. D., tolo Proprietor, Per Quarter of eleven weeks for any branchesin State for two months before the said first
\ I'4L4TL\.Sept.4lm Slave law in his expressions of approval will say they are advertised, or they may not get Philadelphia,Pa. Copy-right and Trade-mark the English and Mathematical Courses ten In November. Monday. I.::1;

SIR: The Delegates of the Union Whigs of the objects of the Castle Garden meeting them. 2-3t MARK mITT, P. M.ticlt secured. dollars. Including the Scientific Course twelve [Signed] JOS. B. LAJVCASTER, !.1.

of St. John's ana' Putnam counties have favorable the "Omnibus' cr1-sold by all Drngguts and Dealers illlledicinei. tloUaT" S Judge Southern Circuit Slate Florid*. It
,bat was nly to Lights and Fuel furnished by the Principal. A true copy

tunimonsly nominated you as a candidateto bill which did not include that law. The Jacksonville Female Institute.MISS EGBERT POINSETT, Stationery Books fce., extra. JAS.M. BKACVWZLL,Clerk. S ;''t
represent them in'the House of Assembly Agmt JadMntriUc;JTft. Opportunities for the formation of and exercises Per JOB* P. BALDWIS,Dep. Ckrk. i '.+

of the next Legislature. Your nativity Fugitive law was taken up with the sepa- P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW, V J. A. MAYER, in. a Debating Society will. F.be BltowN a.ffbrded.n. ., I Ang. Ur2m. :'if

Florida and known devotion to our principles rate series of measures. Mark here, in the ASSOCJATt l'J.lfCIPu.s. IVhoZi'sale end Rtt AgcM, Sjeanitali, Ga. Principal of Jacksonville' Male and Female Classical -. Notice 5,- ;,,.

and the Union, have been our inducement letter of Mr..Grabam, the conclusive evidence mIlE FOURTH YEAR. cf this Institution Sept 2, J52-ly Institute. August -. SIX MONTHS after date I wffl present .mj. j :.;
to place your name before our people will commence on the 20th of Septemberinst. ---- and vouchers M Administrator( I
Uacanoinate. of the agency of Gen. Scott in far-, The classes will be arranged BO as to em- FOR SALE. LAND FOR SALE IN FLORIDA. the estate of CALVIN READ' deceased 0. the A ':'

With much respect we have the honor to thering those measures while occupying the brace the different ages and capacities of the pupils SLOOP BOAT, with a Tender and Oyster Acres, situated on the head waters' lion. Judge of Probate of Dnral County for 1.
and thus progressively promote their intel A Tongs all complete Apply to ,.) 163 of Halifax river Orange county final.settlement of said estate ; and also apply/or it
be your obedient servants, influential position of a member of the Cab lectual improvement, and also insure to them H. D. HOLLAND orS letters dumuaorr..
GEO. WASHINGTON thorough instruction in the various departmentsof L. IIOGAHTII.SHERIFF'S East Florida, 44 miles south of St. Augustine 'dS,
CJiairman., inet. Scepticism must vanish before the literature and science. scp 2-11 J. bounded on the.North by lands of J.J. Bulow, Admr. Estate EMERY of C. End. !J
truth. Mathematical will be continued by deceased, and on the south by lands now or lately '. Jane 17, 1852. 6m .
B.-W. BRITT, Secretary. the former Teacher. SALE. tho property of the Marquis de Fergeand. The i

Mr. THOS. AVOXLV. Letter from Mr. Graham. The French and Drawing Department will be be sold at; the Court House in Jack greater portion cf said lands are covered with a Notice. _V V Ii
under the direction of ProC:flee Uochers. WILL on the first Monday October growth of Live Oak and Cedar, and are well WEEKS afterdale, I win apply to the :
S "I
PALATXA, Sept. 4,1s.12. IlrtASBOiouon August 2t, 1852- Musical Instruction will be given to the Pupils next,a negro Woman J.ane.1e.icd.upou' as the V adapted to cultivation of Sugar Cane and the Clerk of the Circuit Court and ex offiejo Jodc* V :
of this Institution by any of the Professors of that property of Mary Dcwe, under execution in Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cotton. of Probate for Letters Administration,with tbo !:1'
GEKTUCKEH: : I have the honor to acknowledge Thos. Loring, Ell, Editor Commercial: Science in Jacksonville ; the Principal leaving it favor of Thos. \V. Jones, deceased,Issuing. from Lying on a navigable" stream for flat boat of Will annexed,011 the Estate of John Dainty laW I :

the receipt of your communication, Sir:-I have not teen a receJ t number of optional with the parents and guardians to de Circuit Court of Duval County, State of k lurida.S thr& feet draft of water these land are' conveniently Columbia county,deceased. -' !

ttnded to me to-day, informing me of my your paper, but learn through the Raleigh cide. GEO.II SMITH, Sheriff De C.Angnstj terms situated apply for to forwarding C..rodueeFor DREW_ Jul1.1. V GEo. s..REB5RERT. .- i i'i'or :

Aomiaatioo as Whig candidate to represent Register and Hillsborougb Recorder, that you TEEJM,(PATABLS r.f ADVAKCE.)-For one quarter 23d325 -t4.1. .' -.' At thi Office-or t. CORN. :'

ibe counties. Putnam and St. John's in the have placed at the head of ycfur columns the of eleven weeks: 7JOHN A...mKnih---DRUGGIST- C.V.. DOWNING Tallahassee.August CORJI.-1OObaUlIpriJDeWWTE_ : t&ft. n I !.1
House of Assembly of the next Legislature. name of the lion. Daniel Webster,for President Orthography, Reading- Writing. and 00 Ie. 1".Broughton street, Savannah Oa 19-tf .AMES.HAKHAH. .,--> V .
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& highly honored by this mark of confi with mine for Vice President. WhilstI Geography Arithmetic Grammar,and History 00 for -Bale erery article in his Notice. l7 J doors East of B 7WiM.IE Thegaa'L. ". '

Mace of the Whigs in accepting the nomi: am gratefully.sensible of the compliment Matbematici and the higher branches .OFFERS besides between the uVJL 4J&TL4x1: bushels 'Heavy -Whits OATL, V I

&. I can only promise my best efforts you design to myself by this course, and do of English Literature 6 DO , wottld be elected to deal with the The French Language in: 'assM, 5 00 V h) Warranted.Fresh. Garden June ___ _Bayrtreet.5BBLS. .V
LJ to advance the interests I not doubt your disposition 800 teedr.V Cattle, hiving been diaolved tin tint diy.of ?l .. .
01 both coonUes. of candor I deem it Drawing and Paintingdo. will bold CAHFHIKE. ft .
entire subject in a spirit to ftUS f';24 kasoot Segars, SiA. to. V' September, Io31. the undersigned Bol V V V V ;'
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from $10
Music for OGlltrac&a aiaet madeunder : .95 et.ALCOHOL,) ,
Your himself
obedient declare' that it does not Atwbolesaluaadretail. responsible any per .
pjbWjr, '
servant proper to An'additional cnarge )f J cents tot fuel will N."D. oamtfitctnred,and:fLhisyit fresh-', the name of the late firmJf"- ,- ,Jo received and for sale byJQWi >
\t THOS."Ah>REU.l.J meet my, approbation also be made to each patron,for OTK quarter,daring : Spirit lew bar ptrreha cd mine --- --_ OiL'iI. Wl. -S .A.,MAVER:Savanaan.Maroa ..
1e5arL Gto. WJUHIKCTOIT, To this Iam.impelled by two considerations. the winter., .. V ,- **- and for Ale as as can credit: New River Jane 16, !& > V M ,
VS 9-8m Northern market, fur cash or approved
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L the FLEX : i'nsett's to those who mal rnflara4li5.
l..rn\rSHEJB.n .ATJacksonville. entered into;whenever, inberjndgment, a'our.'& .. b

4i Dftval Comity, E. F., by interests and preservation of her,people.require' THE ENTIRE WORK, at his Store, To Poinsett. Eaq. BINJ UN DAY
subscriber''Is now opening,
it. This is which she has THE
,, : i. COLUMBUS DREW. common with Florida a right and every other In One Vol.Crown Quarto,of 1453 Page fot sce. a general ,assortment of I. :I i- :: I.1 Dear Sir: I JACOTy;lae _.

ikf\t TziMs.-Three Dollars per annum, payable State. She ha a rigbt and shpul be per t&Conttlnin THREE TIMES the matter foam ia uoUxr DRUGS, OILS PAINTS, plaint. thanks a 101 entrell releve.t'

it Ipo ordering the Paper.Subscriptions mite to ; it may English Dictioouy eompUed ia&CODIU. JUST," it .- the best 1 liar CIDI
:. t If before the expiration otherwise and the Federal ajthon- ?vRuNID IW dil ,and I feel h ee1'1: Ipubl.
not paid aOdanCla p,1
$ c&i' & mC ,
Springfield Q truly i
-4 ,I .f the year are $4.Advertisements ties may have become 5 debauched by their 0 Mer M JUCETY: SELECTED WITH GREAT CAKE lMDlrrm G ORG.

' t will be inserted at the following overgrown and ill-gotten power, that they ..1"B' be' M THK CITY OF NEW YORK, To E. Polnsett.Eaq.B.ToN CtL'

1". : rate:. One Dollar per square (twelve lines) for may attempt to restrain her in the Union by He invites the attention of Merchants Physicians much ISLAND, St.

; the first and Seventy-Five Cents for every subsequent force. When that comes, THEN, INDEED TESTI.OlIALS. that and the community, to his Stock, with the Joha', t
%:r.' .. liberal I WILL THE "TUG OF WAB.11-and .: II" thing assurance that the articles will be found to be t1 exmination of the Aug7.181.. S
t.ItJ'::1 insertion. To yearly Advertisers a we are COlE much mistaken in the Southern people 1 been done for 1 English Lngg. fresh, of prime quality, and at a low prices as : various medicinal plants roots and herbs peculiar Dear children Sir: Tl wn 101 .
Advertisements t
'II discount will be made. All'transient of the South dangerously
hey can DO bought anyrnarket
: the of
.', j. account if their position in the contest will be an i to peninsular proprietor tory or Diarrhosa. about lixwISk8 f
't ; t (except by persons having a running equivocal one. As for oursel in'the lan- lountry. -HE OFFERS- this medicine has acquired a almost everything that generally Yfirf V.lo ta

.t :. ;:; with the office) must be paid for previous to publi- guage of one of 0\\1 gallant sons, Chewing Tobacco & Cigar, Old Liquor branch which is rarely obtained by those disease but all to no effect.. A fred ud J?e Q

.t"::: :: cation. who was sent in command of a sloop-of- and Wines, Stationery, Fine Cutlery, whose object alone is botanical discovery and commended LOXECUs me to try'lour I 1lecie

? ::.:. Persons a distance can govern their remittances war to blockade the port of Charleston in a Jewelry, &, &c. classification.Until appy to say that s 1J prou reTrt i caDAN I &'

: f ; for advertising by the following rates: former contest with the Federal Govern The LADIES will find, he thinks many articles the present year, he has had no of.mv chien-hoplg your valuable .I

. On. square (twelve lines) published=i jx months ment, "WlJES IT COMES TO FIGHTING, WEWILL adapted to their.ants and tte3-al of which he thought of compounding a botanical remedy may generauy that. Mtdi.e
! :' J l000 will be to exhibit and be afflicted with this disease ,1 %
$ gla his labors been directed to. ?
1'-. br- -' CHOOSE THE.MDE TO FIGHT UPON. JOHN M. PAYNE. himsel having safe may hit
, .J'. ,. Two squares for six months 15 00 -, -- = = -- AoJar Taluo.* June 2 of orders from abroad. and remedy lour truly. ---

:'. Legal and other Business Cards per ... 10 00 AGENCY c Every boW BUFF GTON HOUSE. The manner in which he has been led to To E. Poinsctt ESI' JAMES LT

'. : S Notices to debtors and creditors,. 7 00 FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON SV3I3IERACCU1MOD4TION.P place himself in his present position is a *
_: ;. for letters of administration, 5 00 follows:-A personal friend afflicted withDysnter JACKSONVILLE.Jul3 igo,
:' : Application ERMANENT or transient sojourners in Dear Sir: I have tried your
failed of relief .
. ,;' .._. Notice Application for dismissal as AdminSs- William E. Kennaugh, Jacksonville can find accommodation suitedto having obtaining dna for Diarrhnca and find it by far the Mi

:'". tntor. $10 00 NJAI WILLARI'S HOTEL, PENNSYLVANIA AVEN"E. C A very valuable work- axcxunrITXKT 1 the season, for single persons or families, at the faculty, one day addressedhim safest cure for this dangerous disease b
-c. /.I For announcement of candidates for office 5 00 Continues to give his prompt attention to the arrangcuient KDCCATKD J" BUFflNQT HOUSE. thus-"I is said that every soil and ever known or heard of. My little tha .

' ".4. will be made unless the same and prosecution of claims before Congress This commodious establishment was completedand produces an antidote for diseases peculiar abut two years, had suffered Ion dDKht ...
No announcement
, \! ', : or any of the Executive Departments. prepared for the reception of Boarders on to the locality; if so, you, with your to almost a skeleton,and ftrudwu1! .
. .;. :, Ve accompanied with the amount Claims arising from the Rc.olutonary. Florida. the first day of October lost,-the building baying of the field and wood must a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUsRS
Editorial notices for private benefit will be or Mexican wars; Invald. Rcvolutonar1. Half- received an addition of about five hundred knowledge i has acted like a cha.the child *.,
: charged double tho rate advertising. pay, or Widows' ; ; L feet front with piazzas running the entire length know of something to relieve me. proving. and may seen by those i l0 not
, ;' : and Marriage notices will Bounty Land or Scrip, under law of Feb. 11, UUABU Diction front and rear making i as comfortable as any The reply was, that he was acquainted ueve. Respectfu "
..-":.:_;V'J'.. Religious,Obituary 1847.or August 10,1843; Arrearages of Pay and House in the South; affording accommodations with the properties of some plants ral roots A. V.
,': '; 'Be published gratis.Communications. Mileage due returning Volunteer; Claims for for over one hundred and fifty persons. which he believed wtuld have tb desired .To E. Poinsett, Esq. COLV
-v; must be post paid.from Horse lost and other Property destroyed ; Ex- The subscriber would nay more particularly to ST. NICHOLAS
. ; : : incurred by Volunteers before being mus those visiting the South for and tho benefit effect; and animated with friendship he set ,F Jw,3J.1

..,. Jle and received into serviceVaggoninas- h of our delightful climate, healh.had an eye to about the preparation of a medicine immedi- Dear Medicine Sir: This is k" thUwo Bt'tt

: ; tht JaeltottttlU Iftut of June 7rt, 1S51. ter and Teamsters' claim; Marines', sailor*', their especial comfort and has made his arrangemeats ately. The material was gathered by his your has called LOXECs
&c., &e.Having. to make all who may give him call, com hands and then permanently cured two of our
a own carefully rere Diarrhoea.:
all the forms a before other Dictionary fortable and well com.ounded. I take pleasure in
.f: ,: qalf'Kenf'e. neeestaqfor proper .Aon wax. xuiru any cared for. successful recommendint
. ,. presentation of claims, together with the rules of the Lanr\ic will U required"UL 03-: The Tallahassee Stage Agency at this It[ was completely \va your one of valuable the bc Medciea being without dotbt
: THe doctrine of acquiescence in the meauree and fgulatonsgovcrning the different Depart House. I efi ctcd. The fame of tbi cure, spreading that I have heard of lbs tnb or
: .' of the misnamed "Jrf/ttt/menf/ ," so te- ments, all caIms. of SAMUEL BUFFINGTON. I among a circle of induced frequentapplications see.W. O. truiy. -

.i' b.mently urged by the SubmWionists of the .hat kind soever, that may require March 18, 1851.-6m. PROPRIETOR. i for the medicine, until, to avoid To E.Pobu,Esq.JACK5O5vILL. !clTIUt,'
: sfan Agency at this plare. .
ViMcnt day, IS TilE MOST EXTRAOR Particular attention given to the proper settlement D.. o Astonishing 1 ntellience! the trouble of making a preparation each ,June 9th,ISi.

: .' bINARY AND HERETICAL DOCTRINE of Quartermasters'accounts. o I N The Cash System Adopted !' time, a quantity was made up and kept on DaI Sir I hare used your Inda Loxiant
. and the amount .u' hand to without a thought of in and have
.:;, : EVER PRO IULGED IN NORTH AME. Charges moderate regulated .Its reputation widely doubt at the new GROCERY & PROVISION STORE give away, famiy. found valaLu.
claimed and thc extent of services remedy a. I take
reqdred.Al remuneration. More than pleasurTS
COLONIZA- accepting a one great
.'::' : RICA SINCE ITS FIRST communications to insure insertion, must not t edition ha received pron- of the Subscriber, in the city of recommending it to the public.
TION. Indeed, nothing at all! comparable! be paid dec 4-tf from the able band it hat piuodthrough. Jacksonville !! hundred cures were effected. At length, by Respectfully. J.E.TOWNSE3D

_" : with it has been advanced, either in this .. HAVING just received and opened my large the advice of friends, and tired of the inroads Egber Poinsett, E q.JACISOVJLE.

tountry'or in great Britain since the i
. :: .. tacit obedience" and non-resistance' was AGENCY express reference to the demands of this larket.I manufacture the medicine for sale, con- E. Fa.Ma117,1j.
take pleasure in informing the citizens of this Dear Sir: This may certify to you that 1
. by the heroism of John Hampden CITY OP 1VAS1HXGTO3T scious that what had proved a blessing to a OM
exploded place and surrounding country, that they are now negro girl Buffering under a attack of
1. .. aotl his compatriots. It if another mcla fPER the dillon of AARON IIAIGHT i ready for sale, at remarkably low rates for CASH few, could not lose its virtues from being arrhcea, and that the use svr one bottle of D

7. holy evidence tf retrograde tendency inS U PALMER. York and WORTIILNGTON the only! An enumeration of the multitudinous articles offered to the many, or from,,facing its mercantile preparation called Indian Loxecust"eSectnalrr you
e' it BET Dxranco DICTIOXAST i English with which Store is is cured her, and I would
onr politicians towards tie despotic GAKRETTSON SNETHENofNew my supplied deemed price, instead of beiaggpuuitous- take this method ri
.t many of and Orleans, Attorneys and Counsellors of the Su- Language. unnecessary : suffice it to say, have every This then is the origin of- commending it as a very valuable Medicine o,
monard its ,
. :;::: tentiments of the cf Europe premo Court of the United States. thing (save dry goods) desired in the way of Yours truly, JOHN BRANTLEY.
: bows that the sentiment of individual li'j-I This establishment is formed for the following /to-Lat. Ithsz Family supplies. 11. T. TITUS. POIXSETT'S INDIAN LOXECCST. Mr. Egbert !.oitt

:' ': lily, so dear to our fathers of the Revolution objects; : Jack onville. Fla., Feb. It, l&?2.-tf. He does not enter the fielJ as a competitorfor JACKSONVILLE
t. belief in the 1. For law in the Court of favor in the ranks of Quackery July 26,
: is fag being displaced by a practicing Snprcme u ACCURATB and HZLIABIII u giving a jU public Dear Sir Sometime 131

..: .; "divine right" of the people's being ruled the business United before States Congress.f, and conducting S professional exhibition of the Language.'" CLINCH HOUSE. I He has no dreams of building up a splendid a severe Diarrhoea: -so severe since I that was I attacked could not with at

;: by somebody, and ruled in uch a way 8! 2. For the prosecution and of all claims fortune from pills and potions.Yet he doe tend to my business. I was recommended try

'; c best tit the convenience of those in authority in law or equity), against the rcner States before 'lci- THE SUBSCRBER. not profess to be so disinterested a philan- your "IN DIAN LOXECUST." I procured t ou
:.- : t, and without the slightest. regard to Congress or the executive Departments, or liii'1 having thropist aslo offer his medicine for the public Bottle of it. At the same time two members of
. : of those against foreign Governments before Boards of Jty. the above House, would re [KuUutly alone. He wishes and my family were afflicted with the same dUeuel
: ; the liberties or interests good hopes to realize -
; rights, Commissioners. licit the patronage of the public. Thereare : We all used the medicine from the one
1' ': c whom it ma} be deemed necessary}' to sacrifice 3 For the settlement of accounts with the at this time some five to six rooms unoccupied a fair return for his labor and the expense and I am now happy to inform you that it BUt

." S ':; for the sake of that I convenience.Who State, Treasury War, Navy, Post and several of the same with fire places. The HOli to which he has been subjected. He us.all tntirdy. Weae now all well and hevtv

/. ,.:: ::: before ever heard in our country Interior Departments: and obtaining Ofce. is within one hundred and fifty yards of the 1'odt offers no universal remedy for "the ills that from the me. of only O Bottle of your ValuabS

.4'. ...: ef 'a who was opposed to the policy non of finespenalties, and forfeitures, for allegedviolations 'S TIlE MOST comLE ACCtT Office and Scott's wharves.four horde The undersigned L Agtntfor flesh is l heitto," but simply claims to have Medicine. 1 ours truly,
Gen. Coachand
person two TIMOThY
: ':1 : or justice of a measure, being required toacquiesce" I laws. of the revenue, post office, or other AND RLAL ONAY TI lack llilnes.both leaving for Ocala semi-week hors discovereya remedy in the vegetable king- To E. Poinaett,Esq. "RBtS

m.e.'I in that measure, merely! because ; 4. For securing lettt'r patent for inventions 'OUAGE' ly. particulars apply at the offices of: LOn fora'certain kind of disease; firmly)]

. : it had been adopted by the majority ron < from. the United states or from foreign Governments the Jacksonville Itepullicun and Xe\v. believing tbat when he says it will cure, he Dear Sir-Some Mandarn.F. Oct 1 visit. 1S5l
- ". Has it to this that and procuring land warrants and pensions JAMES:: U.AbKEW. but what the of that medicine net?
:'{ THK TIME BEING come Palatka, January 8, speaks} name your place and was suddenly taken very
:.:.: the'majority' are not only to govern but are under the various pension laws of the United .9 182 t. purports in the Seminole dialect-THE TRUTI Your Indian Loxecust was recommended. a.
States. A n
i : rule without t without having 4' PUKSEHVEI friend that I was visiting happened to have a
opposition 5. For collections b
" : t gcnerallyvcmbracing debts, tie of it in the
house I
and used it, and take
;:. their measures examined or questioned 1 legacies and inheritance the United State. Fresh Clams, Lobsters & Salmon. 4 sure in informing you that it cured 1I
;'. .: This is a doctrine, we are sure, no portion of and foreign countries. TW:- ** : THE \uboriber has on hand,just received from 'OISEff'S IllI L 9E dll1 T: averse to having my name in print,but thit,I
the American people are yet prepared, to"Acquiescence" 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of ton. a supply of the above-named luxuries the benefit of those that may be afflicted,
'. eu
. ': in when applied to them- the States or Territories of the Union, and loan ;;; in Cans put up for keeping. They are perfectly THE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE publish this if you think it
ing moneys on mortgage of real estate lying fresh, and will continue for a long time ina REMEDY FOR CURE OF Yours with re necs.,
wives and which would have. been
. ;: never therein. state of preservation being hermetically scaled TIE SUSANNAH HARTLEY.
I : to' be to any portion of 7. For investment of funds in United Stats And other membersof the United States They are an excellent article for family use, being Pr E Jacksonville."Fla.
. V' atempt those of the unfortunate, corrupted and State stocks and loans,collection of thi a fine relish for a regular for luncheon. CHRONIC DIARRHCA Pomst.
. except divided and fear doomed South. dends thereon and generally for the transaction are unseasoned so Iea seasoning can be. Gravelly Hill. Oct.20,1851
: '. ; we of all business to law loan Dear Sir: Your Indian Loxeeost is
.' pertaining a ancbanking applied according to taato. For sale, tit oO cents : agoodnej
: The majority: have made np their minds agency. pet can, by S. S. TYLER, I DYSENTERY icine. Some tie since I purchased a btt from

. I : that the South is to be saCfced ; this being All communications addressed, postpaid, to Monroe between Pie and Laura sta. I A M. Reed,ESI.,your agent,and gav one

..," .': a foregone conclusion, t to be permitted Messrs. Palmer & Snethen. American and Foreign President of United States. may 27-St. Jacksonville Which has ever been presented to the public of my negroes had suffered very much from
Agency city of will receive t jt severe attack of cured
, : even to discuss the measures by which prompt and faithful attent'on.Vash'ngton It stands upon its own merits, and needs no afterwards I had Dsnter. 1 hi S
thU object is to be about, under penalty PALMER & SA9I'I IIOT &Co., NEW BAY, disease. I U
-; 'i ; ; brought StfETHEN, puffing. I'IT HAS NOT FAILED TO CUREIN same purchased another bottle,
t .:;. :"of denunciation and proscription. Already Office No.5 Carroll Place, CapitoUIi. Bread Cakes.IIIE A SINGLE INSTANCE.1&S cured him also.I 11
"rl Ju'y3. GEN nAL COMMISS N MEIICIITS do not hesitate moment in
:. ,- we see this despotic decree being carp co-partnership heretofore existing be a recommending
p tied out to the letter. The most intelligent twecn Myers and Coopinan in the conductor THIS Valuabe preparation is compounds your Indian Loxecnst to the public, a being the
, Bounty Land and General Agency In The Buying Aid Selling Of growing in theViMs most certain remedy for that I hart
the bti'incw, been D
-44 ,, having enter.
anir portion our people proscribed Baking dis.uh'ld.
patriotic \ of Flord. It is and WHOT.LYVegetable. overused, or heard of. If
; j:: :.,.: and driven from all Federal offices Washington, D. C. EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRCUL that the subscriber he will desires to make on said known business to the singly public designed fSPECUT.Y 1tIILY for the cure publish this. Yours trll prope,101ua,
.; .';.:: and deprived' of Federal patronage and for ; in short JOSEPH T. WALKER attention to will the give BOUNTY prompt MAC III ERY. Ho has herefercarry, to supply,tho town etor of the is a\o.e disease.convinced that Iventor and invaluable Propri- Dr E Poinsett,Jakonville. lPRIC
marked men, other with excellent BREAD
are and
purchasers very
thy no Medicine in fact the test he has it
: t' :: than that they are yet LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged ALSt, PIES and CAKES, which he is now deiivcrin" t.ht Jacksonville, Fla., Sept.25,1351.
: uns1lbLued. in the FLoRIDA WAR, or in cither of the INDIA and French in the tow which he rC dci and the astoirUnlng
: ; Georgia tho ; Dr E Poinsett
still raise their voice in Hurr\i8tones; Eusopus! regularly at houses of customers. -Sir: This is to certify that I
and with
which it has
success met. warrants
deence \V ARS in which the U. States have been Cullin .
; engaged, Colagcn, and ; Also c\'ery lie takes this opportunity of expressing his have been permanently cured of a severe DiarrhcM
r Southern rights. or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to ki of produce North andSouth, and CASH paid thanks for the liberal evidences of encouragement him in saying that it u a POSITIVE: CUKE by the use of your most valuable medicine tilled
.. But.to return' to'this revived doctrine ofnonresistance" claims on the U.States for MiuxARr SERVICES, Vopl, hides, Deer fckirs, and Shipping l t urs. which he has already received and while lie has therefore come to the determination to Indian Loxecust, after suffering 12
rc.pect it within the reach of all how
'. scrrLir.s, PENSION LOST &e. SAM'L HOYT. IllMPTON L. UILBO. place knowing many
I and tacit obedience. We PROPERTY and to fully asking a continuance of the same, warranted suffer with this and often dangerous months with that distressing dLea I take pleasure
any description of business requiring an Agent or in for the bread which he very unpleasant in
claiming offer
', ask what the reply when our recommending your
. would was particularly in the Southern and
Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land Di.a. mi
in all tho which cine to
qualities similarly
Rtfererc unsurpassed
: :: : forefathers, before the Revolution were required Warrants, his charge will be $5. In other esntia go Western States. a actd.
:. cases Mctsrt. ADER o; ., FuL &BRANT- to make the staff of lifu pure and In 1 remain yours rU ,
'' submit to the Act and Tea the charge will be proportioned to the nature and purchasing my Indian oxecmt" be
to Stamp LEYVEBSTEIL & PALMES, SwiFr !. & wholesome. He will continue to u-c the best floor. A-J.JOHNSOy.
particular and look for written
: ': Tax 1 Did they ignobly because it difficulty of the case. Co., Savannah Ga.; WM. P. MJLLER & Co., which, with personal experience in the art of Baking the label. my signature on F Formerly of Jacksonville,N.C
"-. w acutec and hold He nillalso act in corf&ction with Agents oAttorneys New York; RUOOLES Nouns, &Co., Boson justifies him in promising his customer
: the best they get, lAS J I refer the public below to few certificates
. wa in Florida, who may be employed in Mass.; F. B. LOOMIS ., London, good Bread &c. a selected Currox, FLA., Oct. 6,1I.
: .' jubilees because they had hot been taxed Bounty Land and other claims, on terms which' Ct.; II. S. McCojiBs Esq., Wilmington, Del. Tickets furnished and families any where within ble citizens from of among Jacksonville.many received from reca Dear Sir: One BoUe of your Loxecust baa eon*

.' .' eiz cents a pound on Tea instead of three, may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be Savannah, August 29th, IS31. fept.4.tr. the lmit of the town supplied at an early hour pletely Oed one my men of I long
t ;..' and because the Stamp Act was n worse 1 pst paid] will receive immediate attention. every Pricecenti per loaf.HENRY ". EGBT PONSET.P. obstinate Diarrhfca.-From its complete std
; Dm THEY NOT BATHER RESIST-AY, UNTO 5. lawtf. Goods New.Goods COOPMAN. S. Planters should not be vlu- tan efficacy where all other medicines h failed '
'. able Medicine Every family ought to keep pleasure in recommending it BWfi
I SI AVholefcale and Retail.- on hand.A. valuable medicine. Yours &o.,
1'1" $100,000
; $ Aid in after years, when the majority passed RECEIVED direct fro New York a To Druggists M. REED principal Agent for Jackson T. E.13UCIM.t'.

: Alien and Sedition laws, did not the minonty FIRE IN PEARL STREET and Fletcher a JUST Assortment of Fasbonablo Spring Apothecaries, Perfumers, Confectioners, Pa ville. To Dr. E. Poinsett.

headed by Jefferson and Madison, New York. Three Stores and their Dress Goods, of French Dritdb and American tent.Mcdicine Factors and Dealers in J acknve. NOT. 12,1851.
: RESIST UNTO NULLIFICATION, andfinally contents destroyed. Deed.before words Manufacture,comprising TESTIMONIALS. Mr. E, Poinsett- Sir: I take
lt.1c11s S A F K A O AI y 11 French oil col d American do. Toilet and Articles. plea f
triumph) in their effort to restore the Gnghams. expressing to you my approbation of
ELEVENSAFES of different makers French I HE ,\ .mi' or, Com yoor
Constitution ? When National Banks, Pro their contents! The Safe made by consumedwih Rich & EnglFh., Fig'd and n Prnt. T pcndium of over VISEI Recipes for SEVEN CASES CURED !!! Loxicust a a faml medicine. I have used*

tective Tariffs, Bankrupt Laws, Internal Imiii 'the flames and brought oufits contents and lulns. Pli the use of Druggists Apothecaries, lerfuers. Six Muz CSEEK,FLA., Dec. 9,ISI. wit good succel. Yours refpeetmllv ,

, 't provement Laws, and the Sub-Treasury, be. without a mark of fire upon them Do. PlIn and Fig'd Swiss Muslins Confectoners. l'atont Medicine I"actors. Mr I.8WA
the settled of the forthc'tjme MR. Toiot and Fancy Artcles. Edied by; Poisett. Janve. NOT. 17.J.Mr.
came policy majorities: LETTER. benefit of the afflicted
S Gl. EU1"S Cambrics and J and checked HORACE EVFRE'r.Graduate cf the you can Poinsett- will inform that
being, was it ever thought of or TiE FIE ?' PEARL 6TS..N. Y. Fig'd Berages ackonet.plan very rich pat- College Pharmacy in the city of New-York publish the following have had seven cases ,of several years 1 have suffered much at different
:: : U* Demanded that the minorities should cease NEW YORK, Dec. 20, 15l. term, Sik Tidues. Also-The celebrated Recife of Professor Wil Diarrhoea on my plantation this season ; all of times from Chronic Diarrhoea. I have .

. their opposition to' those measures ? No- Messrs. STEARNS and JUxRvif! succest to C. Wide Block Silk, very cheap Marsclincs lard for making good Soap all one cent per pound which have beca cured by the use of your mOiL Indian Loxecnst, and received fd1
those minorities distributed at the North Ricu & Co., No.l6 Water ,New Y ork.m .- and Florence Silks, of every color, that will wash better and qui cr. without labor valuable medicine called Indian Loxecust. and havo no reason to doubt its being a
i were ', when consuming my place of Crape Shawls plain and embroidered' than any other Soap ever manufactured. This You respectfully, JOHN PRICE, Jr. Believing it to be a duty which i owe pnDc
'. and the South, andre allowed their constitutional Business, No. 216, l'earl Street 1 was absent in Pans Kid Goves. Black anjcol'd Loco Mils, alone worth fifty times the price of tho book t STILL ANOTHER.Black fcted. 1 present you this certificate, which 70*
. privilege of "liberty I of speech" ltenSlar County testing a new cleaning appa- Do. Silk Gloves any family.; Exclusive wholesale agent for as'you think proper. 1 will abrofr.
"it, and.freedom of discussion But it has ratus in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher. Jenny Lind Polka Gaier. ;, United States and-Canada, Creek Fla., Feb. 1st, 1852. that in conversing with many who have naedjour Jmedi.ine.1
. : reserved for this question of slavery in and did not read the account until I was fearful i it Bronze-tipped Gaiters, H. W. LANDOD, Dear Sir-Some time since a member of my : have not found one who did not I* j
!J' q was too late to save my books which Opla Nassau-street, N. Y. ill ceive relief. .
' were placed Single Ties, Bnskins &c. 10 family was very indeed with Diarrhoea. 1
'..'.t :;, which the South alone has been thrown into in one of your safes purchased from Mr. Marvin The most approved SlpJrs. Bonnets., Price 50 jents. Office'StampeSjnclosec resorted to se.erl things usually a given for the JOHN C.LET
.4. : : the, minority, wherein a new rule is to be some years a ;o. My fears were not allayed when Do. Children I Hats, Silk richly to that amount will pay for one copy, which will .I Disease, but none of them would afford tiny re- r.r Methodist Church Jacksonville
''. .< f'. : adopted, and denunciation and proscription I found it necessary upon my return to apply the trimmed and of the Itnnett. be sent free to any part of the United States. lief. Your Indian Loxcut was recommended
..1 '.I are to be substituted in the place of Croton Water 40 hours before 1 was enabled to French Flowers, rich Bonnet Ribbons. Stationers, Booksellers, Newspaper Agents &o., by several persons ; made up my mind to try it, Jacksonville Dec.4th 1SSL
It.' 4. argue commence operations; after which it required 5-1 Gentlemen9 Wear enclosing a cash remittance will receive the workat and am very glad I did so, as one Bottle effecteda Dr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: Three parts of.
: !" meL" hours of labor and to raise Salamander a large discount off. april 15 You will Bottle of
C application Boots Gaiters, and Shoes cure. plea publish thsa such your most valuable medicine caHedlg
. ": ."r, from its ashy may judge of my Ready Clothing a splendId assortment, a valuable ought to to dials Loxecust has entirely relieved me eta Mr*}
C -: .. But tre have pursued this subject far anxiety during this delay and my agreeable sur- mae cry fine. Notice.TO the publia. Spread it far and near in order that attack of Diarrh a. I cheerfully wcoamsK

.4 t'f a'-;.. enough for the present; we probably prise number upon opening the safe in the presence of a Country merchants supplied for cash on terms THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERSOF the afflicted may find relief. Yours, &c., your medicine to those similarly afflicted.
::t :r. refer to it hereafter. n 1j al gentemen. t find my and pa- York prices. The country public THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE ELIJAH BLITCH. With respect yoursSuf-r-
any point pen saved, they were previous to To Dr E
a a are solicited to call and examine Goods and prices. T1IAD. C. ANDREWS,
THE Poinet
!:'. j.r'" :, vine, TiE DOCTRISK OF ACQUIESCENCE 18 the fire. The intense heat to which the Safe waslubjected. 09-At: the Brick Cash Store.L. -
I:. ',# e Monnov ONE ; AND WHEN AP can be conjectured from the conditionof B. AMERMAN. BY a recent Act of Congress ofcer and sol JACKSONVILLE,E. F., August 15th, 1351. For the Afflicted.
.: another safe, [not a Salamander of which (who have not entitled
: ]
i, .:.J PLIEDTo: THE MEASURES OF THE iron skeleton frame only and not a ves a to BOUNTY LAND for services of ono month Dear Sir: This will inform you that onebottleof COUGH SYRUPS and Me dCHt.

, .t..t ADJUSTMENT, IT BECOMES I IE- tige of a book. They remalne companions in the JOSEPH or more; the wiows.and minor children of those your medicine called INDIAN LOXECUT. ha Ashthmatio and
.'- OUS IN. ITS DEFORMITY !II I some ofce. on the second floor from which they GRC. deceased, are alo entted. The Subscriber will permanently cured two of my negroes a severe io Pills,derangements of the Liver 2p1is
,' General attack of Dysentery. I consider it &o. Tonic Pills and for the
: : fell s of earthcrn ware In the cellar, the undertake at compensation the an excellent ; Bitters V1ipC
'...;gj From the News of May 1851. mined safe upon the Salamander. If their posi- S6 WATER ST., NEW YORK. claims of those interested. Having been employ medicine for this complaint and take great pleasure Antalgie Fills Ointments and Tinctures!05th.
'' -., ;% -' tion hod been reversed not even the skeleton STRICT and prompt attention given to tho sale of ed in public office for several years, his experience in recommending it to the puhla relief of NopfeutU, Utarina.Rheumatic .g05tI
1:"; JUdrtu ef Southern Rights Convention at would have remained. My loss over the insnr alt articles of produce entrusted to his care, in leh will enable him to alFord great Respectfully your pain; Poenitetme rUb, ana ttx6GrUlS4
f'! i '. Charlatan t the Southern Rights ancc i tl. yet the salvation of my books and all orders promptly. complied with. facilities to claimants for LAND AND PENSIONS S. FERNANDEZ. lug speedily, (cito,tuto .tjec
. .atho with I To Mr.E. Pojnsett."TlERE other discharges from the urinary organs; Sty?
: your the representatives apl2t and save them great deal of troilbk
' cfthutltatt. tic, for uterine and other Haemorrhages; AnW
. ; '
t 1100,000, and important documents and Where he obtains
I'i.". \Ve publish on our frt page this Addrexs, not be duplicated, has fully compensated me.coal JOHN A. mY DRUGGIST, charge expense.IS mode. All letters post-paid nothing will receive no IS NO FAIL IN IT." dropical dropsical Ointments swellings, Powders Cardiacal and Potions Pill, for tt reducing

I: tvbich, vre commend attention of all I will afford me great pleasure to exhibit the No. 194 street Savannah, Ga prompt atcntion. and the necessary Corms and St. John's Beach, Fla., Feb. 5th,1832. diseases of the heart and purification; of the blood*
r' our readers. Emanating as it does from safe purchased of you and explain its merits, Dear Sir Having used most valuable
.I a No. OFFERS for lle every article in his sent.C. you Alterative Pills,for the renovation of the con$
.:,; Convention composed of about four hundred fchall atiny present until office.the 2l'earltreet. whet. J line of business besides- \Y. BENNETT Aty.. Medicine called,Indian Lexeonst with complete tntion; Antidysenterie Pills, for dysentery sad
t! J. and fifty delegates, from all portions of the .rC11. buiding i Spirit Gas, Gas Lamps, Camphine, October, 1830. Wahigton. C. success in my family, 1 feel i I duy I owe to you diarrhoea; Magio tinctures and Embrocation.**
You and the to inform that
'j Statewe take it rcspctfuly. Ladreth'8 Warranted Fresh Garden t public myself and two the speedy relief of nervous affections especi$7those
. { may an
; children have been
,. a GJLBRT. cured of a severe Diarrhoea of females Disinfectant and
:; enunciation of the determination and will of The invite Sed. OI20UGK H. SMITH & CO. with it,when else ; proJl"14
undersigned country merchants and< 0. &c. nothing would give u relief.- Washes, (the former secure against ,
; ;\ .the 'people of South Carolina. \Vc MAT other interested in the preservation of their books Sgars. and retail. AUCTIONEERING AND CO Uls10: Publish this if you ple:, Yours,resptuly. the latter neutralizes by a chemical process,U7

.. :\). ., JSOW'TAKE IT .AS A 'FIXED FACT,' nUT THE from fr.[but particularly those having .Rich's N. B. Spirit manufactured, and always fresh MERCHANTS. .: contagions vicus with which one may ehaa**
: '.j StAtE.or SOUTH, WILL WITHDRAw ''New safes ] to call at the depot 140 Watertreet. and for sale as low as can be purchased in the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.I To Dr E Poinsett. come in contact;) Colic Syrups,for children;UJcntients
: CA'rOLNA York to
. seethe interior '
: Gilbert's Northern market, for cash for freeklef. ***
: or approved JACKSONVILLE swellings pimples
FROM THE PRESENT CON'FEDERAJJY safe with the books cret. Jlay 6th, 1831.
;: !\ undisturbed which he ha finilE. SUBSCRIBERS have entered into co- Salve for sores Unguents for itch scaldh *
1.1 -. e soon a the Convention of kindly permitted to remain for the satisfaction Fekin Tea JL partnership for the pueposo of caryln: on This Is to certify it is with much pleasure that I burns&0.;Collyria for sore eyes; Dentieflee*1114
I ; _?t the State,already elected, meets next winter ,and gratification of the public. Company Warehouses, the above business and are prepared to announce to the Public that I have been effectually Collutories, for the teeth and gums; and TIflBI
ii,../ t ,*unlers the grievances of which she, in Doors Q&-Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault 90 and 77 Futn it., New York. sales either oa consignment or at auction, (mae cured of the distressing complaint culled Dysentery other remedies are manufactured to ordev II
; and ,
promptly faithfully executed. the firm being auctioneer. highly recommended of
) Both of tho firm 1Y.the remedy
a and pathological principles
. I..:4. common with every other Southern State STEARNS MARVIN, I -THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY has are well aoquanted with the merchants and citizens Mr E. 1 had resorted to many things recognized by the profession, aad I ron ny 1.
: ,complains'are redressed, and unless the aggresaing -= Successors to filch & Co. been established many years, ad, has of Uteror. which gives them the advantage but of no avai' I w induced to try hU very hand at the Brick Office of Oi
4j I States conclude lake a good many' 1 t Water stret. and corer Avenue A and St. always maintained a high reputation of sales of any goode or merchandize palatable Medicine and to my great opposite the Court House.
t Place New for Teas of
:j1' i teps Mark York; the mos delCIou character which may be sent to on conlsn" satisfaction wa completely cured within a few PRICE bottle, pbialboz&C.Whth cIrW
i backwards and rr tem per
; : ; of the exclusive right of Rich's Patent ganol. and at In every .ment. days and not been troubled since with that ,
tions for their 1,00
" 1 ;'1 We }lt, no disposition, even tt had the for the whole of the United States, and the .only Instace ,satisfaction. .The Tea war- They will give attention to making good so much dreaded disease. PRESCRIPTIONS use f ia sate ns with,mea-;

JI! 'e c-'f JltV..to offer advice to the people of that makers of Salamander safes'combining both patents ranted to pare be, and may be ret1od they do not and Immediate tbei They would respectfully solicit I am happ; say other immediate cures hue cine,$5,00 in hand, and from $5 to $ acoorr

'. State_in t&tt emergency. They, in our opin-' commonly called ,safes orILDO"S: prove a they are represented. The Tea patronage from merchants and tradesmen of come under ow observation within a few ing to contract and the nature of the ****,.:
.1'z lot be.best SalanianderSafeswjth Rich's Improvement.DOLLNEIL sold by this Company are done np to-1-4 lb., 1-2 other cities, who wish to sell goods in market. days. 1 cheerfullj.acTd my mite to the I is
t our the in
; are. t course lb. ala cure completed; or, ineun.bl..atI
; they Feb.6 -and 1 lb.
f should JCdgf.l.wb : l&52.-Smv .packages, making it convenient Any business In'their line will be promptly grat amount of testimony with regard the relief proinisedissfforded8e0lMOQr. "'?
.:r ; pursue, 'cannot find for-country merchants ban at JOu
;:J a great variety tended to. Vauabll Medicine. I desired
rospecfuUyit made In chronic when
., _
, fault them for being & POTTER. with a. small .outlay capital Hotel a eases .J
1 :r, \uh more restive under 0 ;. keepers GEORGE II. SMITH, MvHEARN, Jr.. Orders from a distance with money <
: ; degradation and insult than Commission may always be certain having on their table a 4 JOHN W. PRICE. To E.
)1't; } we been Genera POlsettEq. .will meet with prompt attention.
.bv' Merchat. uniform character Tea
ourselves. :We have ever deem those'' Btrefct,' Corptr, ,' there if of ; which Teas :of which REFERENCES. M Reed. Fernandez, Bisbee JACKsoxviu.K M y 21,'1831 Jacksonville, De 12, 1851.> if
& I Up Stalr'; New'York a j large TorJety, are done up 1three & Co. 11 Boulter & Co Samuel ,
f$rV I 1 .l;. wh.te.t give and take the blows, ae'the4U .. WILL attend. promptly! buine', entrusted wrapper: The inside i of lead, the aeed( 'e & Hours, Jacksonville Boston & Wia, A Alsop La.- to Dar Sir::1 consider it tG''be a matter of duty SELLING -,OFE\OIJ)3STrQn&! ( ;
when theblows should be a tar proof paper$ ,and Chinese rloo yon that had been.l&borlngnnderaver'
given t theiUr. Particular & given to 'the out P' rooho, E M Moor&Co., 3eaborn' Sa- violent Subscribers invite the aUen
Gooda attack of Bawhiolfbaffledtbo
'i'4 f" and South received.Carolina also to the purchase, Lumber of, TImbr and Turpentine.; per.'o ale at .the New'York'prices, for cashby vannah. &15, 1852.. t. I saw of two PhysioiaaaijuuL,
fl. being a sovereignand1n- to-Liberal lo. Agent,, JOHN A. MAYER EMON .Tn to do any work. 'But Jrtdnately, when about'&Q CERIES; PROVISIONS, 1 HOUSE
? P12 doi:
d tpn4ect State, h a' perfect right to set February arcment, on OoDet. .. 154 Eroughton it., Savannah.d1. ,L'RUP.For sole by LEMON SY- give up a hope of ever bb'taSnfng relief I heard CLES &o., which they are selHnrbarga 0-
j 1..11 Ftp. I II of uw s. B BOULTBRM
.. Zt Jon JAMES JW.cINDIl'LECUST.'la.t.
'1 ; i" j I Baj-st. I of tn Bottes b ctl1 rstor he.. .'y6ln.c BAt.ft.JAcboaTIfl&F

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