The Florida Republican

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The Florida Republican
Uniform Title:
Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title:
Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title:
Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title:
Semi weekly Republican
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Duval County E.F. [Fla.]
Columbus Drew
Creation Date:
November 11, 1852
Weekly[July 1856-<Apr. 1857>]
Weekly[ FORMER June 1848-Apr. 1856]
Semiweekly[ FORMER Apr.-June 1856]
Physical Description:
v. : ; 58 cm.


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
30.31944 x -81.66


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Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.:
Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
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).

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.anta 3.- P. Sanderson LAWS OF THE"UNITED STATES, the outlet of Lake Amelia, to the outlet' of received during ont..qu& (er'of:. the the, For baggage transportation' .of.the army, including' I forty sir,- as appear* by the na&jbKi, M-. llj I II
KE.nto. Mother thence said outlet and shall have without the troops when .
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lak through year remained. the office m tb, WarDeparunenf, aid tot ,tti n-.
> ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.HAVING Passed during the first session of the Thirty the lak the outlet of being called for dining the whole of anv aud either by land or water of .clothirigrcaoiS! ; sistence and spppTieit consumed by aJ4 v4. ;I ,
ma. first Congress.. Duck thence said outlet l and succeeding garrison'equpaf,anti horse equipments 11 jiI
Ian removed his office from Columbia Jak; qtiarttr, :the.postmaster at such from unteers i its said service, ona.hqoifta d.
and j to Jacksonville Dual County the of, Duck lake to the southern exr office shall sell the'same and credit The the depot at PhiladerpUia! to tbe several sixty eight'thousand dollars i it htreb '_ 1 t
respectfully informs bu friends that he will con [POBLIC ACT-NO. 43.3 tremity Duck lake; thence in a line due ceed of such sa .in. his quarterlyaccount pro., posts and IrrAfdepora"or subsistence from propriat out of. moQfr in tieTHi- ";
baCO gnue the piactice oChlllrofelllion. as formerly. AN ACT to amend south to the middle of the channel of the under such regurations and the Jares'of! purchase and from, the places any ,
li. will attend at each and Term an act entitled "An act to ,after such notice oi : curs not otherwise approtir( ;.;snd..UM[ I t
-. on Circuit Court in the several every Counties otb or settle and adjust the expenses of the people or Saint Peter's river; thence down said river as the Post' Office:' DepartIn ufaball'pre: I the deliveryunder contract, to'such, 'plact* Secretary of War. authorize aixt tmyo II .
the Eastern Judicial Circuit the County or Oregon in defending themselves from attackandhostilities SD as to irclude al tbe islands to the middleof scribe. a.' circiimMances of the service may tequ.rejttobesent ered to appoint three competent 4MM& I'I
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme eighteen hundred of Caynse aDd Indiana in the years the channel the Mississippi river; re SEC5. And be i"lu t/ler.'n der/Thal8o ; of brJnance, ordnance eMI 1 officers of the army 'to ciittioVtM : if
Cort-se..en and
Court at Tallahassee and the U. S. Court at Sl. eighteen further, for military a much of the second section stores,and small arms from' the foundries to ,
hundred and Congress all inch
Augustine. All business Corty-elgbt, approved Febll&rr serving purposes .of tbe,act enti- and armories > report upon Uimi M 'i
will receive prompt attention.entrusted to his care fourteenth eighteen hundred and fiftyone.Bet quarter section on the right bank of the St. tied "An act to modily an'd 'reduce the rates ; frontier to: and the arsenals fortifications; may b. presented for lands 'ch'* c..utt SS Address-.1. P. SANDERSON Jacksonville, enacted by the Senate and House of Peter's river at tbe present ferry; and alsoa of postage in the United States, and for other tons, and posts, army depots freights subsistence and supplies| of all kinds' fat 4it
Duvat Count v, Florida. Representatives of the United States of America quarter section on the left bank of the purpose*," approved Marcii third,..eighteen of ferriages muh-s : for,'the purchase d hire fished or taken for the "M of said cyia,4, .

)n. Jacksonville,Jan. 17. 1850. tf f'n Congress assembled That the Secretary Mississippi river, at the present ferry across hundred and fifty-one, as relat-s to the postage snips horses,'and other, oxen, wagons,caru drays, whilst thus'engaged:ia Ibf public serrict: 4'J4

of the Treasury pay out of the money appropriated that stream. or free circulation orr transmission of lor the a'gfling. vessels and boats aod for the expenses of aid board of officers, : }1
McQueen Hclntosli, by the act to which this i is an :,:c. 2. And be it further enacted, That newspapers periodicals, and other printed garrison traa-poriation' ,pf supplies and for the sum of two thousand dollars it .hereby -/
ATTORNEY AT LAW, amendment, approved February fourteenth Commissioner of the General Land matter, and aHotherprovisions of Ian inconsistent the several pprpdses; fordrayage': cartageat appropriated. 1 I It ItIf
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern with the posts; hire of teamsters; transportation :
eighteen apd forty-one the amount Office be and he is hereby required to cause provisions of this act are SzcZ And bt it faker That
Circuit hundre of'funds for the next *,
; the United States District Court at St. pay and other
found named the to be surveyed, as soon as practicable, so hereby repealed. the
report second wctioa of
the Court persons disbursing an att entitled
Supreme at
Augustine Tallahassee departments the an act
; of Aaron E. Wait much of the lands heretofore included in the SEC. 6., And be it further ; expense failing .
commissioner enacted
and prosecute Claim for cititens in any part or to ascertain That public transports on, the.various' rivers, to provide for the Mttlem ai of lbs aceooaUl ."I
Florida against the Government at Washington the necessary expenses iucurred by military'reserve aforesaid, but without the when a list of UlltaJled.for letters shall be the Gulf of Mexico, and the Atlantic and of public officers and others who may hart I i >'
either. before Congress or at the Departments. I said inhabitant as the same was commu limits'of the said military reserve aforesaid, published in any newspaper printed in any Pacific and for received money arising from military coatri .:
&, ADDRESS, Jacksonville East Florida.' the of defined by this act, as have not already foreign language, said list shall be ; procuring water at such post : I
by Legislature publishedin buiion otherwise in *
Mar 2.1850 tf I nicted a 13, from their situation, require that it be *, or Mexico approval t .
Orezon. at the second_ session_n.n of n the,n. thirtyfirsi'Congress. .n'-J been surveyed; and to cause the same, to such newspaper having' the lareest circulation .. -brought---.-" .from,-.. n- <_K.;.tma_. ., ...,... ....:..IIUil ii:__ 1_- ', March third,eighteen Hundred and forfr alnp,
JOHN JSRSK1NE, gether with such of said lands as have beenso within the range of deJiver of said hundred thousand dollars. Ue i-ha'l he so construed as to extend to officer If

(LATE OF QUINCY, GlDBDEN COUNTY,) SEC. 2. And be further enacted, That surveyed, with the exceptions hereinafter office. For tbe purchase of horses required for I and other persons who were engaged in the t .
when a person shall have died, the amount set forth to be sold at public sale, under the Approved August 30, 1852. the first and second collection of military contributions 'as col'dors -
regiments ot
Attorney at
shall be to his legal 'on direction of the President of the United in I
paid representtives the companies of light the any part of Mez-co or California !
Has located In Jacksonville and will attend the the of States. [PUBLIC ACT-No. 55.] reginient ,
production copies the during the with MrXico.
of war
Courts in aU the mounted riflemen: and such 1t
Circuit counties in AN ACT
Eastern Provided,That if such deceased SEC. 3. And be it further enacted, That making appropriations for the support compa SEC. 8. And bt > i
flies of further
and Middle Judicial Circuits, the Supreme Court appointment; of the army for the year ending the thirtiethof infan'ry as may be mounte,one hun enacted. That ,
of the State and the United States District Court persn 10t have been a resident of the the land on which the establishment. of the. Jane, one thousand and filly lt for the Northern District of Florida. Territory at the time of his death, and shall Fur Company is situated, known as Mendota. ; three. For the medical and hospital departments each of the survivor or to the btirt of 4'1 1 1"tJ

1uti0A.Hit time it devoted exclusively to the Legal,.,- have left a widow in any one of the Statesof with the settlements immediatelyaround Be tt enacted by the Senate and House S of fifty one thousand six hundred and those who have died, of the Semtaole warrior t ?
the Union the amount due such decedent the same, not three hundred Representatives of the United States seventy : ). 'hoVert' "tJ
(ft-OQce in the basement under the "Republieu" exceeding f America dol rs. \ mustered into tbe service of tjI.
printing office. ly may 20 shall be paid to such \vidowj; and if there and twenty acres, be and the same is in Congrex estembled, That the following For armament of fortificatiohs, fifty thousand i the United States at Fort Brooke in" DeceW a.
be no widow surviving him, and there be hereby reserved from sale during the term of sums be and tbe same are hereby appropriated dollars. i her, eighteen huinireJ and thirty five, an J;(

OSCAR HART, infant children, then the amount shall be one year after the Janis surrounding the I out of any money in the Treasury not For ordnance stores and supplies, as follows amount equal to three months pay and 'allowances i jI. '

A 7 TORNE Y J1 T LA Wt paid the guardian of ouch infant children; same shall be offered for sale; and the pro- otherwise appropriated for the support of : for procurement of side arms and accoutrements of a private soldier in the army i

Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house and if there be no widow or infant children, Iler authorities are hereby authorized, at any the army for the year ending the thirtieth of for artillery. infantry, cavalry of the United Stales: Provided, That the d t
Forsyth street. then to the legal representative of such decedent time during said } to enter the same fora June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty- ana rill.menj; materials for and amount so |>aM shall not exceed three thousand f f .
WILL practice in the several counties of the as above provided for. town site, agreeably to and in accordancewith three of siege and field ammunition preparatioa of eight hundred and seventy dollars: I ;} J

collodion East MTI Circuit of claims of Florida against, the and United attend States to the for Approved August 21, 1852. the terms and conditions' of "An act foi For pay 6f the army onp million three nechanics engaged HI making carrages; wages: im-I And provided, also That such amount paid I ;

Military services, and for Horse. lost, or other I the relie of the citizens of towns upon the hundred and fifty tbree thousand two hun Ieinentst, equ.piiientfs; harness, &c.; and for shall be in full of all claims of said frieadly J I I'
property lost destroyed by troops in said service. [PUBIC ACT-Nb. 46.] I the United Slates, under certain dred and six doilars. purchase of miscellaneous UJHliies of ordnance Senvnofes during the Florida war, for coins It fr:

Also,claims for pensions of disabled soldiers or AN ACT granting to the State of Michigan the circumstances,t approved May tvve.itythirdeighteen For commutation of officers' subsistence, stores for issue to the sixty five pensatioit; and for indemnity on account of ; .,.,'.".,1'
toe widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. right of way and a donation of public land for hundred and forty four. five hundred and seventy six thousand nine housaud dollars. army \\OfWS sustained.SEC. ) j,'
Also claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers the construction of a ship canal around the SEC. 4. And be it further enacted That hundred and four dollars. 9. And be ft That ..I ,
and the widows and orphans of deceased officers of St. Mary's, in said State. forty For the current expenses of the ordnance further enacted f t: :
and soldiers. Fall belauds comprised within the limits of said For commutation of forage for officers' service one hundred thousand dollars. ther be aDuropriated as aforesaid to refund ito II 'N
Also.,will give his attention to conveyancing, Be it enacted by the Senate and House of reserve be and the same are hereby annexed horses, one-hlllldrell and five 'thousamk.five. For the manufacture of arms at-the na- the State' of North Carolina the amount : ,, ''.

Ao ezoining titles and records, and ascertaining Representatives of the United States ofAmerca to and made part of the Chippewa Land hundred and four dollars. I ional armories two hundred and fifty thousand of money.advanced and transportation fur :: J'I 1
olaims All to lands. in Conges assemMeJ, That there be, District in said Territory of Minnesota./ For payments in lien of clothing for officers dollars.Foriepairs. >!ihed to volunteers irom that State during .
business entrusted to him will meet with
prompt attention; and all instruments of writing and is granted to said State, the Approved August 26, 1852. 'servants thirty six thousand two hu.i- and improvement, and new the: late war witn; Mexico tbe sum of nine f I
will be executed by him with neatness and despatch. right of locating a canal through the public dre l dollars. machineiy at Harper's Ferry, eight tuouson:! three him IreJ and eighty two dollars .: : 1 j: Jy ;
ands, known as the military reservation at [PUBIC ACT-No. 50.] I For expenses of recruiting, thirty two thousand nine hundred and fifty twenty dollars. an'1 fifty three f .,' ji
Jacksonville.. 25. 1851. tf the Falls at St. Mary' river, in sid State, AN ACT to amend the act entitled"An,act to I thousand eight hundred and forty eight dollars !- I'or' repairs and improvements and new SEC 10. And be it further enacted. That'there f.
and that four hundred feet of land in width, reduce and modify the rates of postage in the i and th.rty two cents.For machinery at be appropriated as aforesaid, for refunding \:
Joseph S, Baker, M. D. extending along the line of such United States, and for other purposes,"passed three months' extra pay for non commissioned ; thousand fit' hundred Springfield dollars.armory, thirty to to the State Michigan tbeamoaot I Jr

pRACTmONClliOF MEDICINE, MID- and the same is hereby granted, to be used March third eighteen hundred and fifty one. I officers, musicians, and privates For arsenals six advanced by said State in organizing, sob; ?
thousand nine
sixty hun
WIFEfiY; D SUKGK&y.tOer Be it enacted the Senate awl .
by said State, or under the authority thereof by House of on re-enlistment ten thousand dollars. tired and eighty five dollars. fiisting, and transporting volunteers prevjow i
inrt corner o/ Market and Forsyti for the construction and! convenience of Representatives of the United States of Amer.icci For subsistence in kind one miil.on and For the to their bring mustered Into the service of I :
Streets, opposite the Court House. such canal, and the appurtenances thereto, in Congress That from and after continuing topographical and hydro (
late with Mexico
a'&embled forty seven thousand. one hundred_and eighty raphiciil of the Delta of the United States during tbe war.
JACKSONVILLE, }'.u. and the use thereof is hereby vested in said the thirtieth eighteen five dollars : Provided Tnat the Commissary Misi i >3 ppi, with survey such twenty thousand dollars; which said 4 'I.
-cot. IS, tr. State forever for the aforesaid and b mndred and fifty two, the postage all investigations may :
purposes upon Department may use, in advance: of the I lead to determine the most sum,or so much thereof as shall be neces .
J. HcRobert Baker, no oilier Provided, That, in locating the line printed matter passing through the mail ofthe regular appropriation for the fiscal year ending I for securing it from inundation practicable fifty thousand plan- sary to pay and cancel the claim of said. f ':.
A &-COU..vBEI..LOR.AT of said canal through said military reserva- Slates, instead of the rates now the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight I doitars. State presented and now 'on file in the i:1.

&CKSO-l\.11JLF. E. FLA.A L.AJJ tion, the same shall be located oh the line of charged, shall be as follows, to wit: Each hundred and fifty lour, two hundred and I For payment to PriscTlla D. tvviggs; of office of the Third Auditor'of the Treasury

tbl survey heretofore made for that purpose newspaper, periodical, unsealed circular, or seventy five thousand .dollars of said bum.i the amount of tbe and allowances Department. shall be paid by the Secretary
to Commissioner Deeds for the following pay '
er such other route between the waters other article of printed matter not exceeding for
States of the Uni n : said fiscal year. which would have accrued to her son, of the Treasury to the Governor or other 1J.
Maine Delaware. .Georgia, above and below said falls as, under the approval three ounces in weight, shal be sent to any For clothing ftk the army"camp and garrison George D. Twigs, bad be been regularly proper officer o'f the Mid State of Michigan: t
Vermont, Maryland Alabama of the Secretary of War may be seeded i part of the United ttes one cent, and equipage and burse equipments two in service as a second lieutenant of Provided That the same principle be .ap i

Massachusetts, North:Virginia M lII Sipp ': And provided further, That said canat for every additional ounce, or fraction of an hundred am three thousand one hundredand from the) first day of June, eighteen, infantry hundredand i plied in the settlement of the'claims of 'tht. .;'

'New'eunjTlrimia York & South Carolina Carolina.Texas. shall be at least one hundred feet wide, ounce, one cent additional shall be char, eJ; eighty dollars and eighty three cent*'., forty'8iVeui, the date on which lie left State of Alabama, and all other for

jnar'31-52-lf_ with a depth'of water twelve leet, and the and when the 'postage upon any newspaperor .For the'regular supplies of the Quarter- the United States, to the twelfth of August moneys advanced in raising, subsisting, and j'
locks shall least two hundred and fifty periodcai: is paid quarterly or,yearly in master's --Department! consisting of fuel,forage iu the same year, when .be fell in battle at transporting! troops for the Mexican war.. 'I
B. M. PEARSON, feet long and sixty feet wide. advance at the office where the said periodical ; in kiina for"the horses,*mules, and oxen the Rational ridge, Mexico, two. hundred SEC. 11.. And be it fwihtr-enacted. That_ ;
ATTORNEY AT LAW. SEC. 2. And be it further enacted, That or newspaper is delivered, or is paid of'the Quartermaster's Dtfpartmen'v at' the and,thirty ilollars and thirty.three cents. .in the adjustment! of the 'tenants of. thtState"bf ,
HAS 'removed to Jacksonville, Florida; and there te and fcerefcy is granted t the said }yearly or quarterty in advance at the office seveial military posts and stations and with .Maine-;"under the .act of thtahirtesnthtif II
ull the Eastern Southern Cir-
practice and State! of for : of aid- where the same Is mailed, and evidence of LIGHTHOUSES. Jane n' 1I..dl'tt and I
cuiu tills Supreme Court of tb State, and in Michigan the pur'pose the armies in the field; for the horses of the eigbte forty j :
the ii. S. District Court for the Northern District ngsaid State in constructing and completing such payment is furnished to th! office, of first and second regiments of dragoons, the For completing the light house a't Sand two, the proper accounting officers: of taV>.- r ;

.Florida._ Feb. 19, 1852tf. said canal, seven hundred and fifty thousnd delivery in such manner as-the Post Office campkhiea'of. light: artillery, the regiment of Key Florida, forty four thousand: one hundred Treasury be and they are hereby directed to I I,:! t i ;
acres of public IUdA to be selected in But Department Fhal by general regulationsprescribe mounted riflemen, and'such comI1a.Jlles'of infantry and twenty seven dollars and eighty include and allow alt claims which bait, $ mKf J

HOPKINS & BKAHABI, divisions i agreeably to the United States surveys of said rates only shall be a may be may be mounted, and also one cents. been heVetofore presented under said act t; ;.. ,,
Attorney's at Law to be charged. Newspapers and periodicals not for horses house at Chicago Provided ft:;shall be I 1
by an agent or agents appointed the authorized number of/officers' For competing light ; MtiafdCtorily'shoarn; : J. i
AWXCK a* ALATKA, E. Fla., by the Governor of said State, subject to weighing oVr one ounce and a half, when when)serving in'the.field and at the outposts; Illinois six thousand three hundred dol! that said claims have been actually allowed':: : 1
WTLt/practice in the Eastern Circnit. Business the approval of the Secretary of the Inteio'r circulated in the State where published, shall of tltrd.w.'soldiers' bedding and of; stai lars. ant paid by the.Stafe.. / .J 4
entrusted to their care will be promptly attended ri from any lands "within said State subject be charged one-half of the rales before mentioned tionery. including company and other blank For arrearages prior'to July first eighteen Sec. 12. A'ade UfArther t enacted That- : S '.,;

I to. Republican February please publish 19, lS52.tfSavannah tf., and:. to private entr. : Provided.That small newspapers and books far the army, certificates for discharged hundred and fifteen, payable through the of- th Secretary of War allow and pay to' the 1

end&}- their bill to this office.OSSIAN SEC. 3. And further enacted, That periolicis( published monthly or oftener soldiers blank, 'forms for the Pay and fice of the third Auditor, fender un act approved State of Virginia all sums' that may have .. '. fl
the said lands hereby granted shall be .sub- pamphlet not containing more than Quart rmaster's Departments and for the May first, eighteen hundred aid been advanced by that State to'the: officers

B. HART, ject to the disposal the Legislature of ixtn octavo pages each when sent in printing -division; and department ordeia, twenty, In addition to an unexpended balance and men of her" regiment of volunteers'env! tf I,

ATTORNEY AT LAW, said State, fo the purposes o aforesaid, andno single packgeL. weighing at least eight army're ulalion and 'reports, one million one bf two thousand nine hundred and sixty : gaged to serve for and during the war tbea ; 1' 4

KCYVEST: >, FLA'I'ractlcea ., other; and the said canal shall b and remain ounces, and prepaid by affixing hundred and sixty thou.nd dollars. nine dollars and fourteen tents remaining existing between 'the .United States 'and- i iJuic
the United States and State Courts a public highway for the of .the postage stamps thereto shall be charred For the incidental expenses of the Quartermasters in the treasury tin the thirteenth of October \ for pay for their wrvices front 'tmr : J.1
of the Southern District of Florida. Government of the United States free from only half of a cent for each ounce or fraction Department, contisting o'f postageon eighteen hundred and fifty one seven day of their enrolment until they were mus* f !.
July 10tf'JAmES oil or other charge upon of said of an ounce, notwithstanding the postage letters and packets received. and 'sent by thousand five hundred dollars. tereJ into the service of the United ?Utet ,j ) fr
Government engaged in the public service, calculated on each separate article of Bach officers of the army on public service, expenses Sfec. 2. And be it further enacted* That PrO'idttl. The same has not been paid here' >JJ I V
Iff. BAT11t, or upon vessels employed by said Govern package would exceed that amount. The (f courts martial and courts of inquiry ; all acts:'or parts of acts authorizing the tofoie by the United Slates to any of the :I'1! 4j

&noui ar (1w ment in the transportation of any property postage on all transient matter shall be prepaid including the.additional: comp .i aion to President of the United: States or the Secretary officers or men for said service. '

:A12 l4tM', Cdnmkia Co., East Florida. or troops of the United States. by stamps or otherwise, or shall be Judge advocates, recorders members and! of the proper Department under bis direction Sec. 13. And be ilfarUet enacted. That '
Sec.: 4. And be tt furthef enacted, That if charge double the rates first above mention. witnesses while on that service, und r the I to transfer any portion .of the mon the Secretary of Wat be, tn1 he ,is hereby, S f

23. WHIT SMITH the said canal shall not be commenced within ed. act of March sixteenth,' eighteen hundred eya appropriated for a particular branch of authorized and required to pay to the Stats I1 '
ATTORNEYS AT LAW, three and completed within ten years, the SEC. 2. And be tt further enacteZ that and two;eltra pay to soldiers employed under expenditure ii\ tbat department, tobe, be applied of Sodth Carolina- out of,any money in tht 4 4'S
.A1JjZaJJJT, Columbia Co., East Florida. said State of Michigan shall be bound to book bound or unbound, not we'ghingover: the direction of the Quartermariiei1 De to'another branch. of expenditure in Treasury not otb rwise appropriated. such fr
ayxto> the United States the Amount which shall deemed. mailable matter partment the erection barracks. ,' 4uar the Rune. Department, be, anti are hereby' aum<* of money as were paid by said State,
JOHN O.HATELEY nay be received upon the sale of any and shall! be chargeable with postage at ters,'storehouses,*an.l hospitals';;the construction so far as relates to the Department 01 in eighteen hundred and thirty eight, eigfa*

of paid lands by said State not less than par one Cent an ounce for all distances under of roads and other constant labor for. of Wat, repealed! and -no portion. of teen hnndred 'and thirty nine, and eighteen _ _
ATTORNEY AT LAW. dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, the title three thousand miles, and two cents an periods of not less than t len days, under the the moneys appropriated by' this-act shall hundred and forty .fcr Services losse,'and'Illam
OFFICE BLOUNT'S FERRY, the purchasers under said State remaining ounce for distances over three thousand act of March second, eighteen hundred and he; applied to the payment of any expenses sustained. : by her volunteers in1 the,
COLUMBIA COUNTT t valid. miles which fifty per cent shall be added nineteen; expenses' of expresses to and from incurred prior to the first day of July, one Florida war" pf eighteen hundred and thirty; ,

Will practice in the Court of the Eastern SEC. 5. And be it further enaU d, That cases where the may be sent the frontier posts*and arm Ie; in the field, of thousand eight hundred and fifty two. But six eighteenhundreI and thirty seveai and

District. he Legislature of said State shall cause tobe without being prepaid, and all printed matter escorts to paymaajers, other disbursing offi nothing herein contained shall be BJ construed e::hteen hiindrel anJ'tbirtyeigbt.. while lame _

9. 'a $.)1. tf. kept an accurate account of the sales and chargeable by weight shall Ie weighed when cers and trains, when military escorts cannotbe as to prevent the President from service of the United Stairs and on _
F _- of the lauds hereby granted, dry. The publishers of newspapers and furnished; expenses of the interment ofnoii.commissioned authorizing appropriations for tilt subsistence their return from said service as were a.ecet'tamed
Edmund Whitney, let proceeds of all in the construction, periodicals may end to each other from their officers and eoldiersj; authorized of the army, for forage for the medical and allowed by a board of commit

Commissioned and legally qualified as repairs, and expenditures of said canal, and of respective offices publication free of postage office furniture; hire of laboiers in and hospital departments, and for the "iol ers appointed for that purpose by an act,
...... and Inspector or Lumber for operating to be to of the Legislature of.said State in eighteta'
the earnings thereof, and shall return a statement one copy,of each publication; and may the Quartermaster's'.Departments including quartermaster's; department applied
Mart*. found. Daral when hi.County services,are desired en of tbe same annually to the Secretary.of also send to each actual subscriber; enclosedin hire of interpreters spies and guides' for the any other of the above mentioned branches hundred and thirty eeifn' Provided,hovteverfThat

,' : ;1nuirjr at the Republican office.i the Interior; and whenever said Stale their pnblicatioiits bills and receipts for army; compensation clerks to': ..officers.ofthe of expenditure in the department and no interest shall be allowed upon the*
shall be transferred to I under the,provi ions of this act. .
for the construction and send to each of forage:and wagohmasters"autborized one fiscal year .:not '
weekly newspapers may ;
: ...:BOSTON GUWBY. of said canal, with repars oprating : actual subscriber within the county where by the act ,'of. July eighteen., hundreland anyotber object after the expiration of lha; SEC. 1 1. And be further enacted,'ThaT
h settlements! of the claims in the Stata 1.
COTTON FACTORS all until the reimbunement of theAme their papers are printed and published one thirty eight; for the. apprehension! i of deserters J'nd the
AND ;nnce upon payment by the United Slates copy thereof( free of postage. and the, .expanses .incident, ;to their! Yes .' 3; bs it further inatttd. Thatso of Georgia, under the provisions of the act' of

OEVBRAli COMMISSION AIERCHAITT8. any balance, such advances over such 'SEC. 3. And be further enacted That no pursuit; the 'various expenditures 'requiredfor .mnch. of the act making appropriations the eleventh August e'xbteedhundred !and. I
Comer- .Ba'] and Jefferson SWeets,. receipts .from said and canal, with newspaper' periodical, magazine,'or.other the first and 'second .regimtthts'of dra- for the support of the army jot the year i forty two, ponding for the claims of Gtof*

S SAV. NNAIIGA. such the aid Ja.Slte allowed printed paper or matter, shall be entitled to jlpona the companies' light.artillery{ the endingthe thirtieth !of" Juile' eighteen gia for the services of her nilitia, .whc1have "1
JOhN BOSTON. JOHM H. OCNBT.t interest i and such, hundred and fifty one',,.approved twenty heretofore been suspended or disallovr7
use of canal only such be sent at' the rates of 'l portage in this act regiment of mu"nttd.i: .11en, '
Qptober 80; 1851. t t ed the officers of the
hundred accounting TreaiOry4
be be mounted, eighth'of September"eighteen and
I shall be. sufficient py.all necessary specified/nnless the following conditions companies of infantry aa may '
EUM.I MOOHE & CO. a the,care,t charge, and, re observed. including the purchase of travelling! forges. fifty.'as provides extra pay to 'the commistiioiieJ -. Department allow ant pay< uponpmotthaz ,
: expensesrfor
> the State ba allowed and paid the earnej alt.
F/r. It shall be without cover blacksmith's and shoeing* tool'lrorlle.s; and : officers and enlisted men of.the United .
'. ,GENERAL of the Fame. .. < eent any / -subsistence hospiut i
accounts for
COMMISSION', MERCHANTS AND pars SE.6. And be it,further enacted,. That or wrapper?orina4! cover or wrapper'open mule shoes, iron, hire of veterinary surgeons. States serving' in Oregon or California, be forage : and ,
... ACTORS,' before it shall be competent for said State to at the ends or sMesVso that the character'of and medicines far horses. and mules two and thu f'ame i. h'erehj' continued inl force stores medical' services, trausportation, S
; which have been heretofore'alkJWfd
5 the matter contained therein Ie'determined hundred and fifty thotiAind dollars.: I For one year' from the first 'day'of March not by,
be.selected may
.' Emetts' new Warehouse) of, of the to
diepO any Jand' the United that for the of ont
the hundred and tvvo and that States pay
of the
LorofUcers eighteen fifty
Savannah Ga. without ; -Tor
9 Ba be removing'nch fueLand'quarters
canal shall
&rut", the route wrapper .
ed the of ,be lowed!
a&ors 'the vs.IOI'r.r.tba mentioned act be, andis infantry, pay cavalry {
aforesaid, and a plat or/plate Second}There shall be 110.word or communication i army serviflgoli the coast survey, pay pro !
'E; M.Moot. N.,}L U.n.III' hereof shall be ,filed' in the. of the printed the same after iu publication ment of which is no. longer made by. tbe hereby, extended to New Mexico during the same'to be paid out of the fund *Pf ro>.
-Oct.23 1851. tf. : otc priated by the act of eleventh August,t'gliv!
for this
-I t J : War. Department, and in or.upon the cover or wrapper'thereof, Quartermaster1 Department four thousand tbe.currpnvyear, provided' by .sectidnrandlbHt -. teen: hundred and '. .
threlS hundred thousand dollars forty two.
the office of the Commissioner of the nor any-writing! or marks'upon Itn HON upon ttvehtndred dollars <*' v.p ,
M3? I' LOUD fc CO., Gen an&enlargrng I be, aad is hereby, appropriated for that Sec. 'J 5. Afof be it furlher'enacttd,'Thattbe
the thereof .excepttbtname For i ;repairing
'. : ral Land Office., ,.cover or wrapper constructing .
;paet *nd .mml lon Merchant,' 'acc\>urilfng officer oldie Treaso
Storehouses, purpose: p'rOfJidedfurl.kl, T&at 'said 'of- p roper
26 .1852. and address the persouitd whom it barracks'quarters, hospitals!
_. : V"1I'1IAlIeDEOBOJA. Approved August bt and aaihorized
Department they are hereby
', eYeraJp Deer" and hall receie one'.halfof ry
the': rnfu, only "
or ] &.l,2trMt. : ;is to be 'seat. Third,' 'l'bere.haU'b. no stables, what yes and ,wa1at'
Ljoj18s., ___ I cantonments the'increased amount over ,the regular to adjust and"settle ,the :claim of -
enclosed inor witb such and elltts.-for temporary .
Ptiuc ; 47.] paper:or other thing st" a ny- : f S
[ AC-No Florida for the service of her troODt !
I the i for oav allowed by law. .
be givenio sale furniture
attention wlU otCot. .
Strict 'and if these conditions are not aud.tbe authorized '
printed : ,
paper -
(oac or other produce,and liberal*advaaot made I .AJVJM3Tt :, Salnt ,
.tu military reserve Pete/'i hundred and aiO- ,'; 1L'LoUD,. i th* Territory of .iDe th *... ,. subject to letter postage: and all matter sent and soldieR,'gunrhouse*L_ for th&zprOIctlOOocannonJpcluJwff ttulaan4 a'l sums' the1'uiiexpenJed* appropr.ated balntearemaniigof for fortifications ,anti stated for the.fifty settlement one by the* proY claim* of,
.11. .. Senate andBovu of by.mail fibm dile part or the United;Stales( .cessary
S \1f t ; ,.Uiitenacisdb1hs ] i Virginia for |ikt bf ; "
scnrices as
: and for no.v.liattie; o revertjo the surplus Cund.are ,
objectsenumrateds .
lepresenlatnet of tht to.another, theWtajre of wbicti is not fixed materialt for tbe I T ,
: DOLtNEIt:t 'POTTERiIfork 'i ua Uri&tofb: by the proyiwcwi 'tKafeTCT&ball; unless rent'of'quarters'and officesrfor officers and!! betebyreappro1riate4.l | ,' !ithraact. 1. i 4'

: j1 fC. f.t n ''i t I, Congres be, p.nd.b ; is hereby, baf,te to the same be \utJ diciJ e sent ire* of postage I barracks, 'and'hospitalii'' o'i'-troopjs- wheretheieareflQ '$".-. -And bt it further'eadcttdt That ''sLCteAiijs4r.a4: : Thai: !
I reQirec 'theirs acwanjodationj i ier cierk shall bt entitled to re' the of General
acco'uatt ftogtti
C r. 1.14.* .Lan" be charged..withJeLterpistaget > pubL4ebuldiflgatfOr pay A jvunt, !
2. j onlMroe; &. .a cause,the lines of ibe- ; reserre '
.1I,1 ...l1p ..1. ... present, tbe milt. ,of S4.4n4 hi ifurthersnactedi.ThsUf ; for-rtoreh; < tttie$'J J for!tnr Baft cei ve opai ration j rer.da.y.vhto: ..aadatyCattheirJtaii JoneVthaU be settled by thtvaccooDtiag of!* :
IViWi.Uria 1 ill t1 U W btaltea 'at.or1 Snelliof contracted, ia'\em-* the publanerjof.aoy periodical ..afiervbeiogthreap keeping i .of-mjUtar!i stOre,'and.: of ground* p la b4i'' ,t price ffctrtcf tia.treajary,according ,tos4f '
,._eli." attention gren, to the. .naut. ,wit mouths previously! hotifiedritnat.inipublication for ,summer cantonments and ;) rpeatl.Df owjl,bo.unui io : <. dollar \ Sec. 6.AnctW&ftr1h., .eaOe&. That .motlllD: tA of"btt .
..,Beginning :channel,of js ; Qttakea, out of, the:j:office to toiftitinardTho&san4 .,: .GG-8
.' '.1 tan allowaict l made to officers for tbe an J equrpment as mounted tifismeqt:6ii4SiiS i thoIjhs ,
aEr which isjpent./er delivery, cotuinuej to .*?For mfleagtf .
pa w. ,. the Misw'ssippir river,.
) i llheinMhfeafafl4f !I Ibaggage : t6eir jowri b'ofst-.and' dttctioq in thcusaM&sMbiin4Iednd
.I the : ward such,publication in'tae/jnad: ;: thft'posifinastecto loj i. AtrawportaUaa fonye, bU: arny1 one-
_1Ir a. ___,_i r< l' T eJwJci.ofa' PPso,ot aehri publieatwtvjs h.. trafellrn ".4ut" 'wltbont, of ,tbe volunteers servin;under"toe. .eotpf ttlltJ one to MaroJt iitsj
i I.t t'QrniJP, 'I, '. .. river,in &ch a Direction Jnde.U.t ODt,1l1aJAjlpQR.of toi j:ajne lor thk postage, ,'bhe bundredr, *n4'I'r:.twenty t OQ8aUIJ.soU T.luoop tnfJId 9f.Cpl.Lfl Job C.. :-FIlinont.1 iti.Ca.1J.I jibe thoojand lia'i !!1I1J'f' "'&
ct4a7t7 d4.ari$1a.i ii Blsek.': $ C&ec ian the,riyerto, ro", jxoltfsJU pufcluhef ebaii.ppy itAD i.- t t-?*4S4. y.' S** .t"J* *.4fti f i-1 Qrf1Q 'tbt" ., it'b d'\r d ,_

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mission in the staff of the army ; Provided, changing the terminns of the Havre Jnv'penaation aeard f| 21 Democrat 12 Whigs.-j btIflay suits,all exhibited Kiul; vessel, while) she a nol comfortably Ccrrttrondnet of the Journal of cm, '

That the pay and emoluments of captain of from IIavremake ey I's is *dbrstflfe best'advantacehjndfr*thefavor V fcafrjrlkoirefl bim,225.i Maul pt these per, TVIARwx.ez.bOct,27,1l. in
artillery daring the rame period he deducted an agreement' e 15ooot *,*' J*. fcj cloudless t tf, I -i ahd V sons tiy fftfrtji and.Sonirt Carolina.! We It is morning, I have risen early td of shall think propEr thut the ring circumstance< of *it s*jlfrOil behold the purpling of the E 9t.and to wif.

lTd And be it f artier enacted, That t'd jbe ano'wedtfoVf such, change Louisiana- gone for- Pierce.-5- \ weather- *Us'- -fiDe asconw.te-' '< wtjhed.r The- ?rfi'inscnpt'pna ; Yil'niHgtdiiT; vNprth ICaToIina, to sail ness the rising fro>n the boson of the' &*
the accounting officers of the United Slates shall be IrovteJto a-pro rafa allovranre fqr {Ffonidagone fu'erce.y w $ and devices exhibited remart- the'SOtb November Thi ( will btf thsfiin of the sun, as was the custom of th tn i an

Treasury arc hereby dirPcted to ascertain the increased distance. -.-- *t Delaware gone for Pierce fel able uniformity of sentiment, as well they expedition ever fitted out from that port. stat 'man who has seetf the l last tff ea'rtH sOd
the amount justly due to Henry L. Kenney, SKC. 6. And be. itfurtherenacted. That !' The present exhausted state of our funds He bad much to say of the mrffriW.. of iu nec
' for subsistence' medicine, forage, &c.v furfc the bridges across the Ohio, at Wheeling, inthrState New Jersey gone for Pierce. might, considering they were mostly got up will not allow- us to send ont all of the pre beautyand gory.o.! th dilt:mracte ol 1'0
'll **$ rnrto he* /.Ytrsfata and*af: rkgf! portv-in Indiana gone for Pierce.-- --'--' -. by tbe. overnment. The Moniteurf howevef j sent applicants.. 'Wefioweverbavepromiced the breakingforth'ofnewliglit artheR? tan

moaoietl Titian**en: .commanded by Capl.C8al the State of Ohio, abutting on ZanVjs.Inland,- Pennsylvania gone for, Pierce .-by 2 ,000rnajofity. ; denies this,. and states.that the,, reception,, a passage to 350; and the money lo pay ginning amid bis habits of early rising dor'mr v.4biii
rfofBl&k*ell;frfrm September tenth in said river, are hereby declareiKp he' law |in_ ail iU. parts, was the spontaneous tribute their expenses .has yet all. to be collected, a Ion:;lifer and his close observation, had
fttu e .toJeeeinc ful structusiibeizpresentpositionandehivation : istan -4 We therefore appeal to our' friends to come educated him ta speak and write dn tali"
:b;;4ptb1 igbtren hundred and forty-nine, and shall be so jield and taken to IffipJe: j"gone'fot Pierce:> by- 000, rhaoHtK the people,of.Paris. ,- to, and that right speedily.We subject. A letter written *one yeitatagitty -
.0m prj iiiD- ditrame..'butof the sum of be, anything in any law "or-1a\vs of the* } : 1 The'grandest of tbeiiiche"s was one'spanning'the expect to send a vessel 'from New Orleans a fr.end from Richrriond"- Va- and that ha* Juhi1W'

olJa r j already; apr United, ates jothecontrarynotwithstand- ;f JiYirginia gives a'large'tnajority -Pierced Pont d'Austerlitz, 'and''dedicated the 20th December, and onIfrom Savannah recenty! been published, was uponthii fwf

tf>Cu: CK: V*'I1*?, k)'. virtue, oft1elEcfldiecthII ing. !' Maryland! gives 4.00U majority for Pierce ] "iy the'City of Paris lo Louis ; 'of' n'ti ewtitTed Sic. i' tinAbe tfurdersnacied, Thai the W.McLAis.Secretary'African'ColonizatJon production it is. I
,act "A" : Kentucky doubtful, close vote, ." :Another was erected at the Column rary arc
:aVltnakirig pprpjirjattons 'for the current saul bridges are declared tow and aie established Sociely.'COLQSIZATION The night here.was cold an'! frosty. TW of
ith'J tthtinge'i't( esj'ciifpH: of the Indian De- post'rtiadsforjhe passage of the mails'of ,Tennessee doubtful.j .. of July. AH th'e theatres, in what may,be ROOM9, morn now,full, shone out brightly froatf 4cloudfess fat!

ttt21tflhId for fulfilling treaty itipulariln the United States!Vnd shat the.-Wheeling Iowa, favorable to Democrats. termed the theatrical region of the Boulevards WASHINGTON, Oct. 13, 1352. sky, while a jfeutfe, but deep foic&

'a tarloii* Indian tribes, fur the year and Belmont Bridge Com'pany' authorized Ohio doubtful. appeared to have exhausted the resources came up from the neighboring, se(. It *a,
envig hhtFclh June, eighteen bundled and to have and wainta.n theii said bridges at such an evening as he who is notar. Ail! itf
Massachusetts Has for Scott 8- oflheir'carpenters and scene painters An Hour with Billy Bow legs.
ifty-onenapp: ored SepteHibjT 30ih, eijhtce.u their present site elevation : and.the officers gone, by death, would hare admiredf could hf. batVwi'nes'ed w
hundied nud fifty/ Provided Jhat the and crew of all vessels and boats navigating 000 majority, and perhaps .Vermont. in decorating their establishments. The THE SEMINOLE CMIEI it. Leaving Boston at half-past; SI ppethe

Ifl1ha1t rot exceedine'suni: of MX ihou- said river are required to regulate the use Accounts from Mississippi are favorable Ponies St. Denis and St Martin, were embellished Editors Delta:-I was in Tampa Bay two, I arrived at the gate of Mr. Webster's I

oivhundtId and fourteen dollars and of their said vessels and boats, and 01 any to the Democrats. Mobile county gives 400 in like manner, with crowns and when Billy arrived from his northern tour ground at six o'cxk-some! thirty-si* Onlu !

; vnt.cirSEC : pipes or chimneys belonging thereto, so as majority for Pierce. laurels. At the Circle, corner of the Rue and, being desirous of knowing how he was miles distant.-twenly-turea by thr railrcadf i
; I8 Au(1'e it finder! enacted, That n..t to interfere,with the elevation and con pleased, I invited him to call on me the next and thirteen miles! fror; Cohasset ojr stage*. the h.
p tfTe board fy officers.detipnated by the act of struction of said bridges. Georgia. Lcpelletier; at the Maison Dore, corner Rue morning. At the appointed time, Billy arrived As soon 33 possible. I hastened tothg fire acovtr

fl ev.rlhird/bf _March, one thousand eight Approved August 31, 1852. We copy the following returns from upcountry Lafitte, the decorations were gorgeous; anJ) at my office, and after given him some manson: of the Hustri!
$, hundred and fifty-one, to procure sites for papers : at the corner of Rue de la Paix was suspended thing to drink-which if you should happen there was no chin.. There stood that Mrpao- .

thV.mifiiary' asylums, by and with the ap- ii! i11EEii1X for Pierce in Cobb 231 a chain of laurel, leaves bearing medal to omit, you would be very sure to incur king of elms, a proiu roVatisfbe1'ieiJeit. of !lie United biates AN. Majorities county. the displeasure! of Billy-I asked him to des sort, planted nn.1f the' ys of tie lord of and brapi.t'
be( and'they or H |mrl of then aie hereby '.Previously given as 531)) ; Forsyth, 317; lions of Lotus, with the inscription, "The1st cribe his trip to me and he. commenced. ihj nu' or. They could be p.isiiy imagined

j. antbor.zed io examine the Blue Lick Spring | JACKSONVILLE: Jones, 157, Baldwin. 11. In Spaulding Battalion of tie National Guard to Napoleon "Well," said Billy, "in our trip from Fort as silent mcnrners, ani it did sesan as.though. Iya-l

and the land attache.! tl.ere'o, ai.d if the county Pierce bad 377, coLt 326, Independent IW We have room for only a few Meyers to Savannah, I saw nothing hut the v.e..p'n; wiKo.vs) wept. save'bui .

same be found eligible fur the purpose, and Thursday, November 11, 1853. Whig ticket 36; Troup ticket 1. more of these devices. On the Boulevard St. what I had beeu accustomed to sea every We entered th. Tansmi, and found sad iir
can be iwcured of the proprietors) or any day, and Lbegai to doubt if all the talcs I uess up<>T every co.intrfaaac The hmn* *- the Uc
suitable' quantity of the land, including the 3'1idr. D. D. Gri wohi will give a Musical Taliaferro County.-Independent ticket Martin an eagle) surmounting an arch, with had heard about the great cities 'A-ers true, blest serv.irit w.-wu swamer, with; t'lase who and J

41'itt. building tit a reasonable price! to purchase Concert this 248; Scott, 19; Pierce, both, 76; Troupe; I. the inscription "God protect the Emperor but when I arrived in Savannah I thought were near : aki.i! to tae rni jtySeal.. Pre- who.neverv
'-p. $ the same for the Government of tlie United (Thursday) evening, at Warren County.-Pierce, 308; Independent another arcli! on the tame Bcmleviu'J, "Are to myself that the white people were not ceeud by Mr. -Uxrt, private SfCieiary of
Slates, and locate thereon tle \Vvbtern Mr. Brown's Academy Hall. Mr. G.'s proficieocy eucd liars, after all, an 1 when I to &C. iM
.::4 ; Military ticket, 147; Scott, 23.Tuzaloo; 26. Caesar Impeator," on a wail of the Amh'gnComiqtte great got of the I-HP head of the Stat Depnent, we
tl. p Asylum. in the science of Music is attested Charleston and the other cities, as f proceed nierjd n-.t the ch-i n-wr whdrc ae good and I
!iIs I Ib Approved AcgtMSl, 1S2.I by a number of papers in different parts of Bryan County.-Scutt, 60; Pierce, 66. a crowned eagle! with motto, "Vox ed, I found rut F had not been tab
the but such Putnam County.-.The Democratic ticket populi, 7,5.00,000 Vox Dei!" on an arch I like.the steamboaty'said B'lly, '-when but .he library roo o. !Ip&tted in.a seetoit of
4' ; (l'r uc ACT-No. 50.] country ; assurances will be has a majority of 30 over all. at the great gaLe of the 'l'uilerieson the they go on smooth water ; but when they go the building that wni planne I by his maebjlov upp >

... AN ACT aiVing jippropria lions fir the serviio entirely unnecessary to secure a full attendance Jefferson County. Webster 196, Scott, Place de la Concorde, 'Grateful workmen lo on the big water, they make me feel bs.I.- d dan. ''iter Julia, the late Mrs. Appleton. dent.On
: tithe Post Office iJcnartmcnt duricg thy fiscal on the present occasion, and in a vicinity And the railroads how fast they do go- Th'tberthe: re-niin of Mr. Webses bad
f'% 7u.r ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand where the performer is personally 89. Pierce 92, Tugalool.' Napoleon III,. Emperor the savour or you cant see the trees hardly ; bnt I :h.mik I b-en removed and had ben placed in th, of one

i.i ..eight burtiired and fifty-three and tor other pur- and hits talents Columbus, Nov. 3, 8 P. M. ituscogee modern civilization, the protector of the had a pony before the war that C'juid rua iiietaliic burial-case tat! hal Leeii received: againform

n .. I .1 2., *. known duly appreciated. county, Pierce received 71 majority over all ac'ence.s, arts agriculture, i industry anJco.u- with them. Oh, yes the railroads! run luring the afternoj-i fr',rn your .-ity. Taer ;-
Ht il encnea ore senate nntf House
of "' the of the fast ; but I think my pony couU hat them. in the center of the room the mortal partof" ly pt
Rtprcstrit-lives (:f the Unite-t KMesof Amer- The October Vole. other, and i.ver Scott 140. merce : and finally, at corner lay i'
When I got to Washington I saw tie Great Daniel Webster dre wd a* it w'i.swont put >
ten in Cvngrcsi.asscinUed, the following Macon, Nov. 4.-Twiggs County gives Change d' Antin, the rather absurd one of Ill
V and the We have yet nothing official of the ?tite Father. I always understood that hewa ti bd. qulu* nearly, when me great nioJthnt on
*< mm* be for, the service fame' of are the hereby.-I'orf OfnV-e appropriated vote from Tallahassee the returns, as a correspondent a majority for Pieice of 155. A small vote -"To His Imperial Highness Pri'nce Lou3; an old man, and I was surprised to see so recently left it, wa* about to addtess mostof >

Department, for' the year ending the thirtieth in Tallahassee, who writes on cast. Napoleon III., from the directors de Fete him look so young. The great Father has te:: Seuats, or a j.iry-the cr'at of bin, On Mr
-tiB of June one thousand eiglit nundrcd and Macon. Nov. 4, 8.30, A. M.-Upson co. Ddnsantes of St. Cecile, Vive I1 Enperetir." white hair, but his cheeks are round. J'ke that we have often seea him wear,-panta.
the! 5li, inform? us, not being all in at wa; D
mine I think he is about the same age as white ani a ruck
loons of
.r. ; and vest $n >.vy ,
fifry-thlec, out in .the treasury for Scot'' Newton, 25. The entered the horseback
any moneys ivea 17 ii.aj.ry prince c'ty on bn
< ;
.z-, fro-n the of date. The vote of; county haJ no! myself.! I toldtht. Great Father that I came cloth of the same. The ba.uls were folded ty
Department arising, in conformity revenues to the act Hie of said tae; been received. The li'iie within! which the Monroe gives 207 majoiity for P.erce; Taylor by the bridge of A-isteriitz, and proceeded) there for justice,and I didn't wait; him to snppo upon his breast, as I had often seen them ia allhctiijT

I fifcor.d of July, y:>e thousand ejht! Hundred retur.-s' are to ba in: will expire on the I 19li; 157. to the Tuilenes, the ttoaps and an immense >e I cattle there to beg. I told him he was later life, and then there was the very face, On w.

..._&,,,..l. and thirty-fix. nl: jilt other purposes, vz: Macon, Nov. 10 A. M.-Geeu county, crowd following, with cries of -Vive NapoLeon a great man and I was a great varriur. O.'i, the great head, and the unequalled; forehead
iit., when the voe; conuties: rot returned I the Great Father, in the White of his It partiilcV
p For transportat'on; of the nwlh) four million Scott 312, Pierre 172, Fill.nore 145. Walton III." lie was surrounded by a numerou- yes ftuv of the intellectual giant age. seemed their
hiiiiJrt'd tbcusand, de-Mars.!! will not bi co ruled. A letter fro.n Jefferson; House: I toj! him that no one could scare as though iir. Webster was enjoying
V.o4I For one compensation tu piKtiiiasten i inct! county dated the Cth states that the Nassau county, Pierce 3S3, Taga'.oo! 300, Scott staff among whom wers several foreign officers TIC irp'm Florida : if wanted to go, I would : quiet slumber, and that hewouiL l soon rweup
>.> *.- a.Idiii .ml > lll.Filhiora 107. but it was remarked that none of the! if I did not, I would not. and speak. The face is stiU quite natural 'byt tf.
, nienat'o.j[ authorizesby vci'.f. InJ no! bceu ser.t uj, but nothing! issuU McViOir
.. .. .1. the sixth Jeciuwf: the a-l lo reduce and iu Macon, Nov. 5, 7 P. M.-Baker ComuyPieice foreign ministers took part in the display. 4' I saw plenty of squaws. They all ), especially the upper portion uf it, including
cf it letter from Tallahassee.!
l. our looked alike.
looked pretty, but they all the forehead. From the expraaslot. of
modify the rans of postage, approved third 630Scott 101 Tugaloo 4 Weluter In the illuminated. very
the evening
The of ProUte city was God! what :fires,
March one lboi aH: cj ht Lar.drcd and fifty Judges of t.heso counties I went lo New York. My a the features, it might be inferred that their
:*.. ; ot,!two million uiJ: twentytwodollars. tliuua.4d- Lave ben aJ.iresi-eJ ontiu siibject, and it h Is 23. llnuitoa Cmiiity, PIerceSO3, Scott 273, Tl.e following is the official address of the big place !-So mnaily people and wagons." possessor was a great sn&rec in his last .a.arm

t.q..a' i hoped their returns will he in Tallahassee! \\Vbster20. Lee County, Pierce 223, Scott Prefect of the Seine, M. Berber,as we translate 'Any children, Billy," asked I i My days, and that the disease, or diseases, that were a

.*.7-";* ; Jor compensation In postmasters, heing before the Iay ni'nsj.! Of course the Joublsti IS9, Webster 42Tugaloo 2, Hoisey, alone, il from the Pat fie,-and it is a fair sample God .! don't Mike talk-there is nothing better than but New chittiren. laid him low, battled against his giant tame .evenhi
Washington with all their might.
;: f--! the difference between the sum of one milllyu !! the! ciection. I 0. of the adulation that was showered upon Yoik for in have plenty! ;and ii
. ;,i-* : eht Lundre lan d five thousand lungs over Concessional Washington you Around the- room, upon all sides* was that
.. 5'-**,: r dollars for seventy the licul Augusta, Nov, 4, P. M.-Clarke! County. the Prince all the way fro-n the railroad to of room to walk; in New-York the road is choice selection of books that ha-owner had that.h
appropriated ending
.**.-*/ thirtieth of June, One thousand year igbl Great Rejoicings.Tlie Tiualoo 253, Democrats 225, Scott 138. the Tuileries full of people, just like grass. The Great carefully gathered in Europe and America, .t

'. .' -4** ? hundred and fifty-two. aul: the limattfl Pierce men of this ncighborh.o.l hive Fllmore 141. Hall county Gainesville "Monmgneur.-The city of Paris, your Father and everybody gave uie presents, but during the-hist tnirty years. There had often ..DerryMa.editor)
I.. I could not bring half. hin the kindred minds of Bacon
amount of their cunipei.Kitiou hot the same 216 Pierce 50 Scott faithful capital, is happy to seeou re-enter spoke ro= > "
Psecivct.-Tugaoo 25.
4 i:. p been engag-'d in o-ie coatinus round of jib After he-had finished about the journey \Mton, Si-.ukspere, Chathaia and Birke.
t }:ear, including ihu additional allowances her walls. During the last month she has .
ors*. authorized by the s.xtli section of the act of Ution from the day of the presumed result! M.ulwon county Two Precincts.-Tugaloo followed you in your triumphant march in he said : kl told the Great Father I would There he had been pleased with the lesser visit

third of Match, 01 thousand eight hundred of the State election until Mo.i Jay night 131, Webster Pierce 10. her heart and soul, and awaited the day with see my people, and try and leave next spring.I { oe'a; such as Gray, the author of the Elegy nativi:

;: and fifty-one, reducing tit'! tales of postage, last, when they gave their final blow out"1 The Union ticket in Athens had 198, Southern impatience when she might hail your return told him I wanted to stay in Florida this in tne Country Church Yard,\vhicU he indistinctly mala ;
hundred and thousand dollar !- with acclamation. Tho' winter.He called for on the- night of his death.
one foity-sevtn Rights 125, Scott 51, Fillmore! 41. e peaceful triumphs Inthas
I ftJ. ., *. over the telegraphic successes of the younger are well worth victories and the glory dislikes any one to question him aJiout Tli': *was a favorite room with the owner, pi
fts. -,#. For clerks in the o jrcs of postmasters "Fianklin." Many gun have been In Jackson the Union ticket had 125, which accompanies them is equally durable the number of warriors in his tribe. Someone and there he was accustomed tu sit, and -ing el

.. ft.5 four hundred and thirty lhousa-.d dollars. fired, many shouts raised, and great has Southern Rights 42, Scott 25, Fillmore 23. and fruitful. Yield, Mousigneur, to the asked; Billy, how man-y have yoo ;:; wr-.t. and lead. O.i a $Sabbath wim de- JCdwaiof

--.5;>. 1j For ship!, and way Ictteis, forty been the display! of torch light processions In Washington county, eight precincts, wishes of an entire people. Providence your tribe ? He immediately answered, tain-1 from the house of God by ill health, thih
Myself, five mor'and old Abra'ia'n," (the he often dmia the last of hi
<. thousand dollars. Pierce 451, Scott 236, Webster 45. borrows their voice to tell you to conclude as was ; yenta acres !
and bonfires-to nothing'of the other
.V/i. -i For wiappin;; paper forty thousand dollars. !- say the mis>ion which she intrusted to yon. by negro interpreter)-meaning tiie delegation.! I.fe. hi >vartccuu .ine.l to perusa the book tug wi
and InTattnall county, Scott 121, Webster 3, When it time for him he best of all the Bible ,
l outpourings Jouw-pouringa of Demo resuming the crown of the immortal founder was to leave, tt-at Le regard as t-ie Jtotspsiei'h
L, .M; i For office furniture for the offices of postniarfer. cratic spirit which the occasion has exhib Pieice 55. of your dynasty. It is only under the title: of shook bands, and said-"You' must give me 1I n.t C'uriiivnfcw thereupon. For a Sunday !

.* .( .*, nine thousand dollars.ForadvtHiKinK ited. One would suppose that a political Emperor that you can accomplish the promises another drink. As Billy never letan occasion sermon h del glued to- read one from Dr. seen, <
; I. ttuveniy lbou. and dollars. millenium We copy the following returns from the of the magnificent programme which yon to imbibe pass, we were obliged t<- Barrow, a prince oi E.igli'i sermonizers uS roagm
. : For mail bags, fifty thousand dollars. was actually to ensue, or that Washington Union of Wednesday morning, addresse 1 to attentive Europe (from Bordeaux ";ic'ur out."-After visiting some mcue of the 17th century. tb.dii

ft :. For mail locas, keys, and stamps, ten untold blessings were to result to all the the 3J inst. : Paris will aid you in the great works which his friends, Billy became so unmanageable, It was in this very moan, that the writer' each !
; thousand. dollars. world and the rest of mankind, from the accession You meditate for the happiness of the country flat Gen. Blake thought it best to sen-i hi.n who had then just token charge of the parrish ited'.
2 : For mail depredations and special agents, of the Pierce dynasty. Be this as i1atne.-rnrtIana.cou i nit,, fierce 1746, and in the same manner as our ancestors down Fort Meyers lust us he wa embarking to which Mr. Webster belonged,. bad 9OuaerE
I Hale 1181. Bangor, Pierce's majority 563. crowd gathers't atom him. Som.i his fir-l interview with hiiivseTet-al
,.._ fonty-five thousand dollars .Also twenty-five it for the best rose to defend the independence of the sommefs-
may, we hope a ,
I hundred dollars, out of which the Postmaster according Massachusetts.-Pierce's gain in Boston, country at the voice of the Emperor, we, one said-"The Cow-loys will be after you s.nee. The conversation turned upon theo .
I : e: General is directed to pay sixteen hundred to the old! saw, we live in hope if we die 6000; in Lowell, 600; in Dorchester, 400 in Prince, will all be your soltiers in the pacific Billy, if yon don't move & iOLI." *-D-.1 tbs losc.ral aid Bible topics. Mr. Websterdis-
. eixty-fiix dollars and mty-six cents to the in despair." New-Bedford 300. ; conquests to which you invite France. Cow boys, !I" said Biily ; one of my men can coursed most eloquently upon tne book of Jade i
J Vive '' whip a dozen of then! ; !" bwhch: has been for favorite
.t.. late Assistant Postmaster General, for his On Monday night, the Democracy, in due / Empereur/ many year.a
'i4 cervices performed by direction of the Postmaster order of procession, assembled in front of New York Suite.-Albany gives Pierce Billy is very abusive when intoxicated, pirtionof Holy Writ with hm. He had just
General subsequent to the first of a majority of 800, Troy 9, Buffalo 243, Letter from Mr. Cabtll.RICHMOSD aud cursed every one who happene-l to been reading Barnes on Job arId diJ not agree
April, eighteen hundred and fifty-one, when the Buffington House, when Messrs. Bilbo Brooklyn 1331 I, Wilhamsburg 643. : come in his way. He was silting uowr. with tialleu'uej! aut.ior, whom he respected, 'Its't3lat
.a. his resignation took effect, in the organization and Cooper, of Savannah, being on a visit New York VA., October 16, 1352. when the boat left, and some one asked him that Job was a>i historical character. SaidT -
.. .'. i of the mail bciviCs in California, app'royeil to our town, were called out, and addressed City.-The ward gives To the Editor of the Floridian: to give the war-whoop ; he juuinsd up, and Mr. Webster, utlere was no suca person, cy 13
.'\ by the joint resolution! "to legalize the crowd, which was augmented by the Pierce a majority of 360; 5ih, 209; 7th. 420; Sia : As I passed through Tallahassee a gave some of the loudest yells I have ever in my judgment, as J-o-b"-(o pelting ti e ChatLtoreit
>' ,.' certain doi.tracU for the tran poriation of the 8th,378; llth. 1743; 14th, 1,000. The 5th few weeks ago, I took occasion to thank heard from an Indian. Billy Bowlegs n> name as be spIke.Job was the heio of a
: ,. mails in California and Oregon," approved accession of numerous Whig spectators. ward gives Scott 460 majority. Walbridge, you for the general courtesy with which you about five feet eight inches in height rather great epic pc, :m," he continued, "the object Ca1
1 Januaiy: the thuteent'i; eighteen hundred Mr. Mcintosh, the Elector elect, also subsequently Walsh! Tweed, Walker and had conducted the campaign between Mr. stout, has a round face and an expression of which is to teach religions truth; a poem Engirian,5OJf9
and fifty-two, and the rescue, or so much addressed the public from another Cutting (all democrats Maxwell and myself. one never forgets. He is said to be p->Soe.-sel; as much superior ;o tiie i boasted Homer of

thereof a* may be necetsarv, be applied to point, and, as we are informed, male a ) are elected to.Congress.Maryland. I regret that I should have to complain! of more cunning than any other Seminole antiquity, as Homer is superior to the prod SlcbH
tcttlr! and pay tm expenses. giace- .-Frederick City gives Pierce of any thing appearing in your paper ; but I Chief that ever lived. Gen. Twigga trie action of a mere school boy -
,,Fur Hiieceilaneons! itrin., ninety thousand ful, dignified, and becoming address 302 majority. Montgomery county gives a justice lo myself demands that I should notice } several times to entrap him, but always fail After discoursing upon other portions of Hew
do tars. Thus ended the demonstration of the Democratic an article in the Floridian of the 2d instant. ed. It is my opinion he will never leave the Scriptures, he proceeded to speak of the ign-
for Scolt Baltimore
/For portage stamps, twenty thousand dollars. !- Lights.'' majority 226 City, I have not seen the article, but on Florida untill driven out by an army. I am ministry of this and of a former day. Hspr LTChew
Pierce's majority 4498.Pennsylvania. my arrival here last night, I received the certain he will not go next spring. >ke the great eloquence of Dr. Osgood of

.4., #'-i.' i For the publication of twenty-five thousand The Presidential Election .-Pierce's maj. (In Fcbuyl- Sentinel of the 5th, in which appears. the Ms I ford, whom he was accustomed tu hear tesi'

copies: df the laws and regulations of kill County, 450; Philadelphia City and following : The Hon. J. McPherson Berrien often when, he first removed to Boston, in fldr

tie! Pot-t Office Department, and for at rears From the Savannah Republican of Friday County, 1000; Lancaster City, 365; Berks *'CACTI ;.N REPEATED.-Under this caption and Scott. 1816. He spoke oi how the cause ol ortno-
on the table of post offices, seven thouranddV and Saturday last, we cut the following the last Floridian attributed to Mr. Ca- dvxxy was protected in the North of Boston nd |
*: } >!!ars. telegraphic returns of the Presidential County over 5000; Cumberland, 340; Yoik, bell the circulation of a story that Mr. This gentleman has lately addressed a by the indefatigable Dr, jMarsi of Cbarjes-! esart
To enable ihe Po. :mister General to con : 1,100. Maxwell, his competitor had withdrawn letter to the Editor of the Atlanta Revitlee, town"a man who i.vas nf\vaysf thinking, Cor

tract for the uansp-.rtig the mij: by su-am- The result is decidedly piercing to from the canvass. The story, of course, if. giving bin reasons, for the support of SCOTT always reading, always writing, always fe3'a.

S S4j.f -. boat Iri'B the U'lkc House to Mew Iberia, on all who had hopes of perpetuating the pros Florida* told by any body, would be too silly to obtain and GRAHAM. We commend the following preacfiin, always acii sn-of Rev Dr. CoJnma -
r the route fix thousand one nuadred and sixtten perity ot the country in the hands of the credence, and it is out of the question extract however to the consideration of those who maintained the cause ou the South Mer,
fr m Donaidt ih the Slate of LfuiB.a..a, seven thousand "Troth party. and King is 39. We fancy this allegation was got up by iffications; that day. It was his impression,:taat.the ro!;
croihe earth
to will rise
dollar.Stx. The eternal year of God are hers gMn; Nassau is reported 15 majority for Scott some ztalot, on the eve of the election, A part from this consideration, I believe clergy of that day were more strictly student*
j \\* 2. And le ;/ further enacted. That White error, wounded, writhes in pain, and Graham. merely to injure Mr. Cabell. We will enclose that the quahfica ions of Gen. Scot, for the of the ScriptnreH,4nd abk divine)an J) preach
th tiiiaMeriaiiiral: be, and lie is hereby And dies auiid her worshippers. the Floiidia'fa statement to him, and discharge of the duties of the Executive er.s thnn those of the present day. He expressed -
4. S'II. i agthorized' xvneuever lie shall deem it dis But we shall not for the present further indulge Columbia gives Pierce and King over have no doubt the truth' will be expOMj-1. office, are greatly superior to those of his lhi'ijeaihat though the ruini ters bf

.:M4. ,'; Sp creel, to dispense with the route agents now in poetry, to which we intend for the I 100 majority.St. Without waiting to receive the Flori- co-npetitor It consists neither with my taste 091.VdVy: ? ead hee i quite useful in givpg ..souiiich thUt7e

sent with the mails from New York to California future to devote much of our We John's, gives Pierce and King 43 majority diau's; statement, I hasten to say that or my inclination, to detract from the merits of their attention., as they luve, tolhe
; and in lieu .thereof to amiciut not space. of Gin. Pierce. I can freely accord to him various charities and other labors,, thaa
,&'. -a Democratic loss on the State vote, to the effect that I have ever even
I. wars itau two rukident! lo take give the returns as wo find them in the Savannah those .
.' T r.genl6 charge Palatka insinuated that Mr. Maxwell had withdrawn whatever talents may be claimed for him mr>re strictly belo'iging to toeir professions
cf.tbe rnajr service acio.-s the Ithmus of Republican iukin at the same (Putnam-county) gives Pierce or thought of withdrawing from the canvass by any one'of his supporters, who,-with competency they have lost as students,and pastors,
., 4 Fanania. Ai'id to allow suiJ agents for ba'aiy time, that tbat. paper takes no small liberty and King 10 majority. is ulttityfulne. On ihe contrary, I know, to the task, bas had an opportunity and) as to their power in the .pulpit. Bat
t and personal expenses not exceeding threethpWnil'iKijiars Hamilton is of then and deal frankly after a'.l,'' said the profound critic, UI do notk'no'w
'3 ..t. 1 in thus unceremoniously' setting down "Flo county reported as giving that he and his friends were froin.tue begin estimating who.will -
1 ;. per year for each vl such a Scott and Graham his with the"expressing trs own ; I' cannot judge 'for others; perhapa
vt majority. sau/uineof
v {: ageutt, 'which stall be paid out of the rida gone for Pierce," when we have no tel-- ning quite success. honest convictions! Bat, I ought not to haveventure4, those eugges w
W: : amount annually appropriated for the transportation egraph wires' connecting with Georgia, and The precincts heard (tom in Alachua! (all Your have justified informant must in be a man to of ibe note"to with Gem Scott of more than an'acqtiainUnre quarter of a tions." '

( t i. *of the'SflX'Si such result down except two) give Pierce and King 98 major- you attributing so and and intercourse As been announced funeral* '
i..4 a put witn so much certainty foolish aa well as nafalne a statement. But ontury, frequent kindly has the rites a
..' Mi .f ff .'* V. t. tbe'ala'iy'tif; And bcUffuMur enacted, That could only lure been presumptive.Here's .- ity. .. whoever lie may be, so utterly unfounded and with him during that period,- enable me to wilt-be observed on Friday noon. If the
%.c l I p*>Ktj i7l the route aj; nts be, and the the Jefferson county, maj. for P. & K., 235 devoid i'f tiuin is the statement, that I have express the conviction that he has talents of weather should-ha pleasant, it i* expected
: :. EQme j hercby, jncrca'41 u> one thousand story : a higher order, which! are not confined to the that the services will he-held in the air
;; d Madison "- u about 100 not charity to believe taat he, <>r the person opeo ,
ltaj.1SraInum. B/ telegraph to the Republican.] from whom he received his infonnaUou profession to which he has devoted his life, upoa the lawn directly ia front:of.the taad*
ys, '4 r, rttM.tXndK; ; itfurtfitr tnacteJ, That Nejv York ciiy'give's'. 12JOi'0; | majority for Leon (except 2 prec'ts) raj. ** 143 acted even unjer V ;misapprehension "bui, with such unequalled reputation; He has sion. All who desire, will.have an oppor

4 (he 'riiatar ;fte Geneial tbail aad lie is hereb'.auihonYs'd Pierce ;. Wakulla co., maj. for P. & K. 43 lam satibfied ihaMhi* ;wuole! story, in; all performed, with emment ability, various public tunity of fookinjnpon the remains of tb,

,', Xo .adrtiiejor: and: tiiaMthh derjn ktivice it proper, Philadelphia, gives..2,000 majority for These returns,from Middle Florida we Us paitrt,J8 a the regular! J-oU etetw n MewOi-lfeaa'i uyou Pierce. '.. find m the Floridian.. iaea, wlio have willully, deliberately, which the skill of the-mere soldier would mind were as observable in death as in life
i ( 1t iti > have been entirely inadequate. He is indeed And here I
i and .maliciously: invented this falsehood may say, that as"much as has
;: ,- H aad'cerialrt: gtlif potts of Fjorida.S Both New York and- Pennsylvania haW :The uhreported counties in the East, we with [the design] tojujure me and to secure a soldier! .of renown-the pride of the Nation, been published of what ha said in his dying
;c.,5. And ku, Juit'ur euacted, That goneforPierce. take for'.granted' have for the 'as the leader'of her Armies butI
/ Pork
A .: Ucati autrized w Delaware for Pjrceby.SOO majority. aud'KabHage tickel' aid; that tie Soup has I repeat my regret that you shout have unhesitatingly, to affirm that he is also more told,"- It will, we trust all be written oat

av2gatioz. Connecticut for Pierce by 2500 been upset jn FloriJa.Loati .- suffered yours the Ifar.r'1ii
aa 4 one "additional Rhode Island for majority; authors of, a gtory sosillyai.n4 ofalse.; ;,,' '.,' tory of hw country,and has a more accurate were taken of every thing he aaid-and
( the
iripou areituI. a smalltiiajok'; of of the Govern
y Suould the healtfi of my, family permit, I knowledge the.operation given to the world.v Amocg other .dwcoorv
the Napoleon.
rP3M.4 ; .jg.iatracz., reiviisg. exp.razut ait of tberr eiiw, ity.. ,_. >tc< -. v: .' will-;' be u Tallahassee. before the.ead ,the meat, in its civil administration any infuriate ses during his fast days, was 'one of ,soma

IL $jut1i4tAn, owes, or dtliveiii.g tiyuiiuut mails, as ;.Virginia: givw very larg pajonty, Jor After virtually, accepting the Empire, by aoaihl V - -- tnevantofit partizan-who.*- denounced him for length, that burst forth trom his lips, eloquent

; '- ;' his Very.respecifully, y rob'i serVt, in death, upon the immortalitf lhs
w 't.e iay Bordeaux Louis
4treCicorJng Psercefaiae'ives ; speech Napoleon has It is also in
E. A/CABELL rayropinion, a very great soul, that was one of the most remarkbl
asbat1 be prescribed' by..the 12O3 tiijorhjtdrPierc 4 returned 16 Tarf i there'to" avyait the m6r s mistake &suppose that-Gen.. Scott will he producti9nseyebeaL. ThS is shortly
J ptlwat-ter Gereral' in ofd. r, tliercb t Louisiana ScYral jthpusandiihijorltVfor formal declaration : V ,f V Colonisation' ot1c..' liable to affected by any undue i influence before h&died and .
: ht113thtiong; K'iticb: t" ,. _..._ ?.. _tfLj:1: />4*,. ?* %> of'Jijs new positiom His V irt of the / *
PAerce. .- Executive'officer.Such believed and elofluenTiYr-1- ed *
: 44cd.jYeUrweekty Co1naiuai idLo& by &. -- entry, into -.Paris Suturday.-JOitv passed off The vessel heretolore advertised to >sail) ir not the character bf the man He r The 'r--Lt'_ so i.t ; _Tk _T 16.6
Aietri jaiJf eieanieri befweea the VUiite'd Ohio Pierce'* majorityirecy hrgt'tMassachoseits -' ] with the tclatf :Even frdatNnrfulkVtrgiaia the Istof
greatest j INovsoiberr
; 4 making abate* has too just a confidence in bis own;mental hasbeen/uc$arge.bfhis iarra *t4Y'ikiia.
: : : &f tMtii : Ktfigdom- 'of'tfU giveaf Scott%ve tbousirvermonpotaj raent froa thcTiferf dea'cnptfons i'the will he postponed tct the 13th of November. strength be misled'by artifice. Free'and IL 'foiabout
% N. Joh&Tayior .
twenty ,
( -, -. yean
I.a4 13ntat: > : % '
hr i'ens.&tIOit < i 'i>- This
the ;
I !jjo c.French ; (May is/rendered inConsequencdothe
/ frank iri'tbe *
: papers. the> displaywould eeem to necessary ; ('interchange of opinion; 'he is arrived .1iere*iight.When'h'hi looked
t fUJchdJLoflr,4 IJ'notexc ed the1 <*?*-- *Vf v "* > t* -f i ; vesstjl the 'Ralph! Cross
*' < -- firm in the
baye ; equally- exercise J of his judgment. for the first time upon the lifeless eorjw 'ofhioiWho
I. The Uk ai; not'yeti having returned ifrom (
irip'J >
Auiher L1beriajanaj Who can paint'm the-long coarse-of h'upoblitf has'been dhii..so1ong frieodandfatherrbew
1I despatch dated t'Olobile Nor elements of a
; ; such also
spectacle : the fact that
were more .by soimany -have -
pro-j persona > a'cilc;< ;ta' a' .pt andsobbed like child
I fJ'Tlt41t ;" 'fusjiha/asaal-trlumpnkUrchei.tatiner*,, applied bi for'a paMaga la her that Wa :haIl!I whichtujjrsinister hnfiuinee*' however art- The body of ihe illustrious'dead is to badepositedin *
; # IfSSi 6WrOMiMinrtV' 1IJ I'tend two-'veasoU' accomioo-j|VVftthye> xertds bas' lndoeed] bin tai swerve'.from 3'thefhewUombiwhwetJri i*

ao1_ tSid1 t % r< *-ve tdm mrnttJ thp "-. date4bia.- VYc havd> received already ..tbs)!:; ta :wei-cofl! idered purpoee of hi* own' has never laid,?*that has Ustelr beta eoostraeted -
t I | wm'.muuyi'ipty ltizepp rnltn,5 Qf 4s? applicant* for a passage in I mind under thf) dtrtctioa of iir, Weitttr,



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0fj* te t1ia2DO'-Here. reel the r*- .rI4 OCcs*t Jfcckiouville.Last}flona.Sej.teui- tie Kacterti Circuit, Uaval C.nty.- NEW- YORK .7'Ia

losipi of G< T. JoHah Winslow of tb
Colonv, find f>lhe r niljcrim worthies.inJ councIl met, Present his Ho Kr, Henry D. A. Ortegu, I ru tins William Cherer.A. p A a KEP 'LII$ ITTOrJLtfeal! tbe r atiorf cf.rhjii'iiiltM i* 1

berewjll 1.Yebelt iMj Holland, Intendant; Messrs.'S. Buffington. Afrtt, PMftrshan P. yI part of Shoulder Brae asaiiietvAbdatttzsalSapporten
$ thiarnig fejujjrectn. AtlbriUon. S iN'oih Pride.John 2 Ellen Broclenbrongn, widow.and admx. ,ot .
: This ground is bard by tiie man- Mark Bolts C. M. Cooper, A. A. Canova.Councilman. Adm Wm 2 Pape.JttcabR. WUTum H. Brocktnbrough, deceased. Lacy The above,are Uterine from Abdominal the eekbrmtad CguplMiim tiewftf Ci

lion, upon a !little imminence, seen from a disuaee P&d0it, ElisliaFurniam Bruckenbroogb;"Artbnr .*}. Brockeabrongh, Tbe Xew and Regvlar liae of Packets between W. Vanhan It Co.,PhUadaliJiia'a! qtJaJ* I

anukfntliecepttetf which was erected The of-last D Wm Prc.eouIWey Thomas W. Brockenbroagh,George L. Brockenbrough New.1 ork,'Jacksonville, and Palatka,composed i itv of material cad w<>rkaa&* ip,ammrjau' 1''
tbe first meeting Louse that was ever proceedings meeting were read T acus.Jim Price. A Joseph George S. Hawkins, and Mary ft.. by the new and fiailing schooner. U' raaymad lalbeUaJt da ttiV

built in town. and approved. IiosQck, Eduuuia Perkins, Robert Hawkins and hi John* wife W.; Thomas W. Brockenbrongh -osepfc Crier,2fl Ions A.ROGERS,ComV. Aoavera hnd a large,and varied stock SI i

The resignation of Bryaa. henry ILIrewerJames' children Brockenbrongh, infant Jr eyOat, 160tons, .S. 1WG.1W-Cota'r, "T.ns sm'aQ o* which are offered wavy low far
Itw; supposed that the remains of the first Councilman Boulterwa BuSY,olin of John W. Broekenbrougb.deceased Feniinan llichwji K.John Lucy B.M.xwetI,tijanbeth MaxwcIL will ply regularly between the port. DrtjjUoct23 -
)!ri Webster, and those of her children, laid before the board, and action Biricger. Simon
the late Mrs. upim Brady, Peter Kowe. John Maxwell, Margaret Chaplin Sims, widow Agent in New York. -- .
Julia, ( Applelon,)and Edward, it, was, on motionl y Councilmen Buffiagton, C. itulane. H V Martin and aduix. of William H.Sims deceased, Mar -- JOSEPH GRICE, Waterit SA.MUELHOYr : 4
-trbo died in Mexico during the late war, for Corbitt. iJaniel, Capt Kejes,Claudius the Mason Sims, and another infant child of AgeaU ia Jacksonville '
aoff rertinp in Boston, will roon be removed the present, posipoiied. Curry, Moses, Capt 2 RawKna. Robert WiUiaui W. Sims, whose name ia unknown to B1SREE t CASTOVA. (Lsitecf Uk* r1r-oiam'I fl.7t

anil find their final resting place beside those An account rendered by Moody and Boul Clinton, Charles Kowe. Peter complainant., -: Agsfit IB Palatka; aaaaaah a.,) "-S

Cherry, J James Kowe, William It the satisfaction ; R. K. DUKE..AD announce $o.kM1r1tadi ttati
of hrr noble husband and their honored ter for Lumber appearing to of this Court, WOULD =
was a&d
on mo-
ColrftveyTho S. by affidavit to QiarleMoa. 3.U.s Ns.
made and filed in this cauethat,,de goods directed to their ear*win be promptly -
father. L. F. lion Ly Councilman Cauova, referred to the Certain, Thom, Mrs Stewart, W James fendants, A-thur S. BroekenbnAtgn,and Thomas forwarded. : 149 East Bay where ha 1*prepared to do a CM
Ctirti?. K Thomas Seity, B Laura U Hroekenbrough. and John \V.Broekenbronjh September 4th,1332-, J3-tf era! Coramiwson Baslncsa, and tumult to *rd *
Fires in Penaacola. street Committee. Cooler,George Enmmerlin,John infant children of John W. Brockenbrough. do- at all tiniM any artk-les Crota tbe Abrth or Scwtk: T

On motion by councilman Butt, Council Clay, GVm Sailer, I li Jost-pb ei'asedMararet Chaplin Sims. Martha Mason Charleston and Florida that may be wanted,for lb snal eonmi sm.M'
We take the following occonnts of what Caldwell, A Robert Swearinren, Henry :Sims, and the otter infant child of William W. Line.Tb well as receive and seli toe same. And 1 pbdft
theit a-Jjounied till the 9h: insl. 7 1-2 ocluck, D. Smart, Si Jos Sicu deceased,reside out of the State of Flor myself that all business entrusted to toy ear
appear In be the works of incendiaries from"lhe P. M. Attest, Davis,F AmandaMiM Savin, F A, Capt ida. beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, but in Splendid Xrvr Paekct-Uaia,r" shall receive such attention as win ensure abailtf t :

Penracola Gazette}of' tie 23d : Label, A James, Capt Sawyer, Harriet, Mrs the ll nited States, and that defendants, Lucy FLORIDA manifestation of their good will, not deeMing

Oar citizens were aroused from their F. CLAY BARRETT, Dough,T Walter Simons. P A Broekenbrougb, George S. Hawkin*. and Mary CHARLES- uut my acqn iatan-. with north -a ao4 awttkem .
E. Sanchez,John R. Hawkins bii wife reside in the Western Circuit "WILLEY"Co3t3iAroze markets win enaUe me to do as weft M s7e i
Clerk of Council.POSTSCRIPT.
alaabrrs on Sunday morning last between Eastern, D a Sikes,A Henry 2 in the State of Florida, and that defendants,' S now rnnniiig regularly on the and better thad many.

the, hours of 2 and 3 o'clock by the cry cf --- Ecclea, Nancy, Miss Stone,Thomas (.euge L. Broukenbroagh, Ellen ,A. Broeken- -. Line between Charleston, and Also, Djakr in tt iV. r,Cheese.P/aster.Mat

fire and on repairing to the spot it was lift- F. Stacy, Thomas bro=gi. Lucy B. Maxwell, Elizabeth V. Max. the St.John's river. ble Dust, Cement, Urns.and limit.- ,
covered to have broken in Floyd,John Sheppard, Miles weilV. Maxwell, and iinon Maxwell, reside in The following schedule has hero adopted which And, Ag3&t for sauiLy Machine ManofaeUriea iI
out the kitchenfMrs. Win shows the hours of arrival north ana sooth, a* well as SiUs C. ilerrfsj*
The Ch.arletoit'tuurier 14 Ti e-Jay las', Floyd, Davis pier, the Mid-He Circuit cf the State of Florida and departure at the ;
Coilns' Hotel, and in a. very short Flynn, XV Michael Suvens. 11 ThomuSFlexaming It is therefore ordered that said defendants residing various ports: rire-propf Sef s, Georgia aol French Bssr Mill
*pac of time the Hotel 9 as also in flames concludes from its return the certainty ,Peter T in the State of.Florida; and ont of the Leave Charleston Tuesday, at 3 o'clock r.M. -" Sloues; all of wLidi *ill be forauaed on short --

aid both buildings were consumed. So of Tennessee, Kentucky, Vermont, and Massachusetts Falany. Peter ..Thiers.. Benjamin Eastern Ci.-cuit; do,appear and answer-the bill Leave Jacksonville Wednesday,at S o'clock T.v. 3btif, and at mannfjet ren'priest.
G. Tailor, C. John of coaplaint fled in toe cai.e within two month* Leave FitalaU Wednesday, at 7 o'clock f. at. Cas.i r'Afat; all times for Wooeen..Salted
the of the fire that I
rapid was progress scarcely for Scott and Graham North Eliza and Dry Hides, L-essr ai.d t tI
Grotae, Win from the date of the publication! of this order, nE rt1)LcING. Shep kins.Sbtpping
an article of furniture or clothing was Carolina still in doubt though the Whig H. Tracy.AJacooHodden. and that the defendant residing beyond the limits Leave Palatka Thursday, at 7 o'clock A. M. Fare, Beeswax, lUci,Jlftpa CuUrn/j, ea 1s.and
caved. The Hotel was one of the handsomest B A, Capt W. of the State of Florida, bat in the jurisdiction Leave Pkolata Thursday, at 10 o'clock A.M. Cotton see'j. tad t lorij* Mots. Also, Southern

buildings in the city. Among the boarders in i-apers count on it for Scott and Graham. Hill, G, John WilUms, F H Mess of the United States, do appear and answer the Leave Black Creek Thursday, at 1 o'clock p. M. Taned Leather in tie roijh.CrfTerms .

the Hotel were Mr. Alfred H. Jones and lady Arkansas: Caliiornia Texas and Florida J. itCo same, witHin tour mouths from the date of the Leave Jacksonville Friday, at 3 o'clock A x. e. s j icvarUbly Kefirs to eitlxen* s
of Saranuah !
Jones John W 2 The accommodations for reTiratv tm l5-3a 4
Whipplc, Capt
publication of this order, or that said bill be passengers are unsnr-
and John W. R< cLeIle and lady, both of MI1 unreturned. The remaining States for Jones, L. Nancy, MISS Willianu. S J if taken for confessed against them. passed by tnose of any boat ever placed on the .9
JacksoavlUe Feaials
whom suffered considerably, having lost Pierce and King.ARRIVALS. K. Williams, CabebKersh And it U farther ordered that publication ofths Ht John's. Freight and postage as low as by Institute
every thing in the way of clothing jewelry Joseph Weeks. 1' J order be made in some news paper, published nay other line. MISS P. SWAHT AN) MRS. M. MARLOW : I ,

kc. From tUence the fire croaked the btreelinj Kenny, Jlichael Wood, Luke in Jacksonville, in Dnval County, aforesaid, once Any farther information can be obtained by applying ASXXTUTt PRINCIPAL* -*?
house owned OF PASSENGERS. L. Weed, Jonas a week for the space of four months. to either of the undersigned s rents.J. 'iUE FOL'iiTUEAtl o. tiia L-utltulidA'
the by Air. Francisco By Steimtr IVm G utan, Jfov.3.-Mrs Cruse, Loather, Ester, MM White, T John 2 THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge, kc. te. .W. CALDWELL Charleston. .IL will eommeuce oj tLe 23tb &T Sopc\t.J 4.
Moreno, and occupied by the family of Mr. H M fctepbens, J Wilkins Carmichael.Dr Curtis. Lang, Charley WiUon, John 2 STATE OF FLORIDA, > BELLECHASSE & FINA'EGAX, ta-t The cU sus will be araajj so M to embrace ,

Cadole. was also! destroyed. This fire wa Miss G Vauness, W Harris Miss Sheridan, Miss M. Walls, M <, Capt County of Itaval. > Jacksonville. the differed ace, and captteities ef the pouili t

supposed to have occurred from an acci- Cunningham, L) Cole, It Haynes, Badger,Capt Maliel. John White, Ben I, Isidore V.Garnie, Clerk of the Circuit Court R. R. REID, Palatka. ana thus progre-ilveiy uromou: ikeif inteU. ,
Moore,John Cnnningnam. 2 deck. Mier, Anthany Wait,S. J. for baid County do hereby certify, that the fore September 2J, 1832. tf Lotus improvement, and al-o insure to thenl, r-

deut.On By Stumer IVel&ki, NJV 7-For Jacksonville M iller. M. James Willuims, B Enoch going order is a true and correct copy of an order f.horpugh uu'.mctton in the various uep&rtmeaU
Monday morning between the hours -W U Aiken, ludy. child and servt; Miss McLaren. Colin 2 Willis,C Dontha.Mrs now on file in my office. FOR PHILADELPHIA.PHILADELPHIA of Ht ruitre ana s Jenee.Matliein.iticil .

of one -nJ two o'clock our citizens were Aiken; Mr Stevens and lady; J Van Volkeabnrg Miner, W F. Capt Wiggins. R H L J, In Witness, whereof I have hereunto Instruction wait be continued by I

again around, and that splendid evidence, and lady; J WiL-ox and lady: C I' Cooper Mr McBrady, Wm MessrsN set my band and afixed the seal the i'ormer 'eavber. i r

formerly owntd by Mr. Ahrens, aged but late Ottoway and Udy; A C Daniel; W. M Pickett; WoodhulU, Theodore, [L. s.] of said Court, on this eleventh I ANDSAVANNAH Tee French as 1 Ura ing Department will be
J E Stone and lady; 1) C Cowles and lady; Mrs Norton, Louis, Capt Capf day of October, A. D., Ifi2.ISIDORE ; tsaeA Sb&r the direction o: Prot. Des Kochcrs.
Dr. R. T. Maxwell
ly purchased by and O.Overstreet V, iu5.ce lurlructkin.will be to the Pupils
Wilcoz and daughter; J H Foster, lady and Mm GARXIK, Steam Navigation Cora given -
pat in complete order, was discovered to be A Lovejoy; Air Rote-ford; Mr Hoeg: VV H E T Clerk Circuit Court, Ducal County.Oct. pa y. oi this irritation by any of the Pioftswrs of that L

011 fire aid was soon consumed. By the Wallace. R McMann, J Elmore and lady; Persons applying roy letters in the above list 14-Im Tl'e new aad splendid siJe-wSe steam i.hip] "NItfi.e. iu Jacksonville! ; the f.-jr-cipaii ititvxsg it

nort extraordinary! exert.ons the residence M essrs Warren, 1 K Kenney. will say they an advertised, or they may not get STATh OF ';io1-iGI. of I2i%) tons gate oytioctl wiui the parents *sj gujrUlaoi t* do-

of Mr Abx. Mc\roy adjoining was saved. For interior--Mias Coates, Mr "oates and them. MARK BU'ITtf, P. M. F. CLAY BARRETT* f'aptain .1. E Waltoi. tiss onriee1 her rulsr culcTCEJ 1
lady; Mrs S Moultrie; Mrs Barnes and two children Oct.7.3t Commissioner far taking Acknowledgment trips, ahI iril lcase ava. on :;,(?. r ASLE is ADVAXCS.)-For one quarter) 1
On Monday night a most jiariug __.__ :
aiiemjitwijj : Mr Smith, Miss Cunningham; S D cssumes .J- r of Deed, the 2J day of June, sad --very a't' mic Wcdcs- (.2 t.erer -erks:

made to fire the residence of Mrs. Derry ; J SeSRumes; P; Mr Brown For Sale. And other Instruments of Writing, to be used in day theroiifter-
but happily the vulain was d:3covereJ: and con; Mr. butler. be sold at public auction on Saturday the States ofKEW 14th and &Ktt July, Kta and 25th EJiJ son Amfi&-tie. i ifiecgrajby s-i oilritni.i ::4 .,jy ,
WILL ,and HUtory SOU
although he rr.ale his escape, and the buildi.ij November >3th, at ten o'clock TORE AND PEXXSTLTANU.with iia.iit&ji'cs auii .u higher branches ,
Cabin Pa '
saved. Charles De Waal Auctioneer the whole of the and Household age to Ph'ludolpula, $23TiirouRh
i vrai elegant complete
with E. L. Harrison & Co.. Jack nets to Xevr York, 5 ivigluu Li's.uiure, 600
On Tuesday morning again about half JACKSONVILLE, r.. F. Furniture belonging! to Capt. R. H. Lease, per sonville, Florid Oct 14-tf Steerage, 9 The iion'a Lar4ua.: in itsssee, 669OrltsgntTny
1 o'clock our citizens were called from Sale* in any of the to' fectly new and made to order Comprising L.awiog.ud Piiatin;, do. SCO
pa.4t part Comity attended This ship haj been built with entire J to
rcgar iasu '
Koota setts. f 10 to $15 for 24 lessens. -
weir beds xvlrfen the ktclieu; of Mr. Alex. and respectfully solicited. Dpcrlng .. iryja '.
Dining town do. REMOVAL .iafety co .tot a id di3]atoh, aad oTcrj new a&J An additional ch-irge of 0 cents for fuel, willetobe I. ,
lie Toy was discovered to be on fire, and November "1th, 1.S32. tfMAYPOKT Bed hoom Fnrnitm mrable facilities to la-iueii anil travel. For uia.jc to each patron tor 'nn quarter,dorif ..2t

4y :*ie most superhuman exertions Mr.lct'y' Kitchen Fnraitnre. Veisat or pauaze. 6-plv toFADiLFOIlD i:1 the wer )t
: residence again taved. MILLS. E. F., Cooking Stove, quite new. MOODr & BOri/IER would Inform their FAY Si CO, Ja(4.-iii,:, eitenibur 1U. 1351 9-6m ;
aud the public that b.ce Savasnah.IIEEON .
'hey Agents in :1k.'
October 22 J. 1852. Plated Silver Candlesticks Linen.
Our citizens became, by these repeated Library Lamps of choice selected Books. removed their Stock of Gooda to the new building, & ilAKTIX, israudy, Wine &c. .

Lies, wrought 'ji to a slate of complete THE TJXDERS.IflfED offers that well Ladies nut Gent.Saddles and Bridles, &e. One Door East of the s; of Ambler & july 8-tf A siit? ic 41LD Otarj, .iupny & .. o's Bsst rfBANDT.IN .
and excitement and Cotton Plantation, situated on .# SH 3.; ..U V K-a superior article. very
aim every Pablo Creek, eight miles from St JohnV Bar, Con be seen t-ro days previous to the Sale, in I1oe BUFFII\TDN HOUSE ADt.UA do do. do.

were adopted to discover the incendiary. Last and adjoining tiie Diego Plains so ce' brate.l for the afternoon, from 3 to 5, and catalogues had. where they are now.opening a large and elcgant JACK.-OAViLLE. EAST FlXMiiDA.PR.OPRIETOR OLE L'-jT Ji2CF. .
rea'nga' colored boy ia the employ of Mr. their extensive range for cattle and hordes. This The above articles are superior ta any thing of assortment of Pt.i4r: ; LAt..aANlJ
taken plantation congisu of' twebe hundred and fifty the hinderer offered in this market. Toe let
lltVuy. was up ou strong suspicion, aoe uee purcua-M W. CT of ties
JNO. W. PdlCS, Anit. NEW GOODS Privm of this well known
aaj being acknowledged acres, six hm lred and fifty of excellent linm- i,, i e upon questioned mock; four hundred and thirty u under cultivation Jacksonville, Oct. 2j. 1852. tds. Carefully selected to znit the market, End comprising JL House U pleaded to announce ta but od July-22 'or ss! UHX M'PAYSE.J 1
111at be had committed lhe last two fires and and the ifeidne is uncleared.A patrons, aal tboaa visiting the *'Soany Sauth"tor ?

also! the attempt on the residence bf Mrb.Deny. further recomaeiidiUiou is urneccs as Sheriff Sale. health or leasare, that UT RL-i.r..L. cLoonerJeneyUak, i .4I

the piece is so well knowu, and the icducement VIRTUE of a Judgment and decree of th* A COMPLETE TOCS OF- Hid House has unJ?igone a thoruu !Ii reuo- 500 its '..roic-d ZLj<% touvh rr
for eelllng a wish to retire (rim planting.ft BY Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit of the Fancy and Fain.iy Gocere<; ration best v'/bite lecdeheaper;

llx. WCBSTER'S F&RM.-Co1. FCJ.LER >For t mu, apply to Col. Henry T. Titus, State of Florida for the County of burnt, for Provii ons C4.rnHay, aid Flour; &:j .o; Pti t CnionWhiceLead;
at Jacksonville, or to the undersigned, on the the foreclosure of a mortgage and an execution Fancy and Staple Dry Uosi and has been well fitted up to suit the most faatidioas Ginger Y Vwe-lhe besf article for ddbftity -
edtor4f f the New-York Mirror, ia a rcceiitv place. They wtU be made easy to ihe pai chaser. for the sale of the mortgaged property therein ; having ujot of his jlooiusFUJLMSOEU end Uy ief tie persons now in u *; !
Buot. and shoes
v to PlyuiGCth couiil}, the place of his EUW. HOPK1.NS. mentioned and described, duly issued aud to me CiuMiing. ; WITh NEW FURNITURE Chrome i'ello; Chrome Green; Frown -

nativity, peaks thus of Mr. WcasTEa's do- Prorisios and slock, with planting utensils, delivered,! have levied upon and will expose for Hats tttiJ Caps; ENTIRE. Khsteriag Tissue; Adhesive Plaster; t

.naJa it MaraLfiefd : will be sold on the place. Bale, at public outcry, before the door tf the Sadler j; The Proprietor baa also secured the services ofa With:toik many ctbrt- article* -Baking tuy

In the lawn near the house, Mr. Webster %*aeg"nter. Mobile, Ala.; Courier, Charleston Court House in Jacksonville,on Monday the uzth Furniinre; 4 ; lady of long standing and reputation as a Alt of which eo.npIetC.are offered a* the- lOved 4 ;
of December nest All that
,and beatioel TalliLasjee. will day s piece or parcel Crockery, Glass and Earthenware; House-Keeper. He will spare nd pains to make .
las planted with hi own Lands two once rated,FOR CA'U.JNO.
weep- of land, situate in Unvat lying between
this House One of the best ia Florida and
bilL this oQoe.Ja.cksouviIe Hard ar.d ; hopes
Week until forbid aud end to
v\are Cutlery M. PAYNE.
a .
ng elms, in memory of his two children.JJiard .November llth 1352. tf the forks of Black Creek, in Section Thirteen ; by keeping a good bouse, and giving his personal :
Five Range Twenty-four, South and liollo Ware; Jacksonville. Aug. l-tf! Druggist. .
and Julia. Of the n.any bsauues Township attention to business, to merit and receive the
East all of lu number two and of \Vootlea .Vare
being i part ; patronage of the public.
otto* farm of thou.u.I
magnificent two lot number three in said Section, and bounded on Tin Warrj V He respectfully solicits a call from his Mends Touacco, Cigars At Snnfr. ,
tcrei (a less jaourn would not be in krtp- the Ncr.h by the highway and the section line Cordage and Travellers generally.A 'Vh&. above articles, of the very finest quality-

BI:witli tiie man who cultivates it) we have between Sections twelve and thirteen, on the ; c urge and extensive Livery Stable is attach L.oahaalandfcrsalelowfcvcash.byJuly .1 L
MUpace to write. No oth-r farm in th East and South bv Black Creek (South Prong) Siationerjr; edtothekfouse. &_ ,JCHN }1. 1'AYNE. -

blorl.ood; or elsewhere that have srd on the Westly isad belonging to Richard Drugs; and Medicines; The Western Stage leaves the House soon after I.
we Liilion, and containing about sixty acre Also P.u.115 and 0 Is; the arrival of the boat.SAMUEL. CLDfCfl HOUSE. %'
ieenelts in such luxuriant crops, such lute cumber two,three and lodr of fractional Sec BUFFINGTON. IM
& &c. '
mjmSceut fruits. The pears pon the tion uniuber Fourteen in Township number Five, L.q-.iors, .- THE SUBSCRIBER' -5
td trees and and Ilaijgendmber Twenty-foar. South and East, Which they oEer CHEAP FOB CASH. Being eon- PEOPUIETOH. : baring recently PtienedHouSi
weigh a pound larter
ng a
mdi! aud the q coataiui. g Oi.e hundred and twenty acres and six- viuced thai the only way for a merchant to sell September 23, 1852. (Xewa copy 6m) ; Woidd r *
< etvellirg pumpkins are initd tv biiadruba cfaa twae, said lauds being the sacie (iood.s cheap it to adopt the cash system they Cow llitlcs Deer Sheep Otter -licit the patronage of the pubiie. '1 hero 1
'tjie.1 The n.lders of the cows trail Piano Forte and Music Store.M. inor'gaged bf .:iajamin Frisbee to J'aac Moses, will hci calLer sell for CAB OSLY. Tnuth.g that and, Coon, Skins are at tL'w time some five to six rooms unomrpicd, "I 4 1

fc, the fit geese wad lie 1'ten4 i a UK uiuet enth d.y of April, A D. 1843, ar.d au tsttiaiiiatioa of our merchandize and prices several of the same with Bfo places. The iiMM I
Li.r.l.l, fie Jezb of the FOLFiQM. tealer ia HMOS. Chore1 b) sami isas a i Se icaih their pjor* PlrStka i 43 and Parlor t0.i]>bice3 and ..lelodeotis.Ac ail jvjed nj oil, aud will be so'M to surlsfy &idttiJ I is more fur their benefit than our own.we invite Id.) Country Produce of this kiad purchased, Ofnce and wharves The undersigned is Ageot
'port'y %urehea*. Masis aidluatrustioa ;iiitfKt, iMv. et and .xteut in fatoroi saiI eia to cat on us for which the highest market cash p.icej niB be for Gen. S..H>tt's four horse Coacft and two ticmt

tabugt >tt fdicH IK on scale ufrnagn. Books, both ot tLe olu and aev fray, J:acoti J >!oatr Ab}'**t the ai=e tiae and p'ace, MOODY &BCOL.TER. paid, or leather given it exchange, by Hack Mail1iuc d,botli! .iring for Ocala stai-weefc

:;3t Unsiqa.ed. cffsrn a large a'rUneutof the alrovesA-ne. a ti- win bt = )!i4 bj v.rtue eta Judgraent and (
ckiL from tha l tt ra n .XiCO'ies ui tae i'cttei itt tue circuit Ciiui-ioi tcvat eou.ty. for the foreclosure No. 236, King Street, Charleston, R- C. the JavksouviKe .iejmblican aadews..

Tint CbUUhoocUce iUrcr. States Har ug i|>cnt twenty ye us in t achie, of a Mortgaged Property taerein men sept 2i.r1Uki ASKEW. _5 Is
Vocal sad iiM-wuraeital MJ 'C, a4 1.eiig thibOghly <>. ioueu a.nU described, duly issued and '! IUe remembered that Ctirgres at afjuaiatea wita aboveaamcil tastruiceft .lii! day oi May 1.s.2,and ti me d.i'rbrei, I 'sIUSCIUUER Is n *,
.M Wantedbp
nZesIOn *. none neeJ fear tie superiority cf bis instructions have levied upon aad will expose for sale a;pub rg IIG Subscriber would beg leave to Inform A General assortment of Dry Goods.Groceries Agents. t
appropriated KUU of mo' Drugs. Paints, Oils, tc.- wLiuh
over those f teacaL-r of less cultivate liuiiitcry. tour negroea viz- JL the public that be has just received a very among TO SELL tse
'b efrsv the exis of a survey of theAonrhee ear and Iu ezperienee.AH Moves, (black) mate, about 22. may be enumerated, in part- b1FEOFGC1ElAL 1-..aS .

aua Flint River, yi tb a iew orders promptly attcada.l to. Instruments Samson, do da do 40. Large mud Splendid Assortment of Dry (jaburgs,Calicoes, kc. 500 rzcs 12sci -

fci j4it1a the nest session of CjingreM.wflJ nicely packed, and twit f>any part of the Mate Tutiter, do female do DO. Goods', Blankets, A'egrd Muslins Cloths, HANDSOMELY A.ND'DtJRABLV BOUND.jLtusrRAtEB -
) Purchaser and ti8 Moaical comiana'.ty, are Late, <]o do do 15. Ready made Clolning; Ginghams and went
Si-arlelt of the Dcitwl Slates esteRiVmes,
tae invited to call ami examine this soek, atNRORYS Clury, do do do 12. Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes; Flannels,Sheeting, and Shirtingf ,
Fort Mor- Linens, etinets, &c BY HOWARD Q. MANSFIELD.JJjoiy E .
r coxmand .
corps at ,
lTUSEROCW said negroes bin the same Mortgaged by Wil- A rich aisortmjat of Monslio da Lain, American
pii3t4*.: Point and having in charge tieSVPflALdeflC5 ATiD, BAY bTREET.JacksoavUle iauj Haddock to Qorace O. Moss aud Danijl C. UnglUh, and Frenjh, both plain cad Cambnes Muslin,Jackonets, Swiss and dotted ytart Editor cftAtTIIE idiuaatiDaiy

of the hay asd harbor of Ambler,the 2id dar of March, I Si*, and levied figured; Cliuisicte.
4&rch 8,1S52. 11-Cm Handkerchiefs, &o.
11'fe1ks' been detached for this eprv ice. ipoa and will be sold to stiy aaid Jadgueut, Ging'uauu,Calicoes,fig'd and plain Alpaccos; Hosiery, Clothing, Subscriber will shortly receive from UM
Heady-made aa-Ldition iif the above vahubM
R Jecrce,and Exeeuti, in favor of said lioracoU. Mohair Lmires, Fenian Cloths;
r*hi re'uer at once upon the duUe zs- New and Splendid Furniture.rfMIE Moss sod Daniel C. Amble.GEO... EnglishMerinocd, I'aramatta Cloths; We are also reviving a general asuortment of work and will furnish those who wish to beMiM

'LiLitri.t'CS II. SMITH. Homoaiiaea, Brocade Silks; Groceries such as- Agents to circulate the saute, on the most reason* -
.1. & Subscribers bare Jacksonville, Oct 23r 1832. Sheriff. 1'iain Chameleon Silks; Flour, Fork, Cheese, able terms. For futher particular and all taeea
? noxrsra. The Board of JygJitCo'amtssioners .0. just reeeired. at Wide bias do Tobacco, Coffee-a fur bags of Java, mary information, applicants will please Uddreaf
the Furniture Room over -. VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL Floieuae do Sugar, Loaf and Brown, their letter to the subscriber
appointed by the McRory's Store,a New and Splendid Lot of Furniture SALE. Colored :atias, -&o. Caudles, Soap, Starch, &a. It UMANsFIELD, P'*bllsh r.1S4 .
k.d & cretary of the Treasury, from JMbw York, in part as followi A rich assortment of Cashmeres, all Crackers of every description York Street, New Haven,Ct.ttpt .
very -
4Mr.Ecan' Execstors of the lat Col. Jo5 n a. Cider and White Wine.In 16-tt .
amendment for reforming Bureaus Sofa?, Tetea Teles. Divans, THE wool; Vinegar, _- .;.
ie Lght House is offer for sale, a-ii are ready to Shawls, plain, printed, aad embroidered; PaiuU,&o.': .
systerth session, OUcmans. Ccttage Cha.uber sets Notice. : I IlIx
t receive for the puixhane of, all his
4. applications V
tbk Mantilias and Linseed Oil.
Itaek ; White head. Lamp I
ttcirlyeonplrted tae business ner Tables and Chairs of all of MONTHS ifter Oa'e I wPJ-present IBTacjouati
descrptaonn, real aid pereonsj property* coussstiug a quauity Persian do Also, Lead, $bot. and Powder. .
Tto[ put the new plan in operation. Bedsteads, Sinks nod Wash Stands, of PUoUlion Implements, Males, (Oxen, black and eol'd Cnglisa Silk Hose; Also, ttationery.Cap and Letter paper and vopcn'r as Adoxtaiatrator of f : -

', oItLe Secretary of the Treasury, &e &c. Corn, Fodder, awi about ZJ1 rilaves, &c all Lie do (Hoves and Lace Mils; Fancy Soap of all kloJi, the estate. Ju-ve cf.CALVIN of Prubatd READ of Imral, dema Count ttthe, tofidaal fHOD.
dent, which are oa the plantation called Burhugton, Ulovai. assortment; Books
JUI(1( the members Pans Kid -large Blank ,
following :- Purchasers will do well to call and examine Uuval Flond The Slaves will be sold Lace wttleinent cf saiJ bttattt t and ahSjaff'y' for
lbrick. county, Rich U Trimnings, braIds, Lumps, Cologne and other extracts,
Navy; Gen. Totten, EngiI Stock cfwe purchasi is each article win be ei letters d-sal.wry.
"el CoL ng. n a body or in families ; and tbe lands la vari* Cords, sail Fringe; And a Uejeral Assortment of Fancy
; earnev'Engieeers ; Cow. Lu11 old as cheap as ea*be obtained in Charleston- or ous tracts and quantities to suit purchasers Black Lace Trimmings, very wide; Goods. AHair.C. S EMERY -

Pi.y; Pruf. Jache' Coast Suivey : Savannah.. J. H. McROny diagram of which, exhibiting the localities, may A bountiful lot of Lmbroiderics; For aale ou low terms, bv- Jackaocville.- Jatia Htn. 1552.Rsiataf. Ietlry be eeu application at the plantation, to Collars IfIZCSTfl\T
: SraUhmnian; losthuiion Lieut.Lieut. upon Needle-worked ;
; 1... M. FOLMWLJaekMnvllte Benjamin WiLsJu, iuq., Agect, or to either of Uo Cnff-ba&ds, Cbinlisettes, At Finaegan'a S&Ji.cksn'il1e'FL3.. Brousttat toJail -

1. Tb ay Hardcastle; A rmy. November, 152. H-6ra the subscribers. Amoog the real estate a.Urge Undenleeves, and L.U. Mdkis Sept. 2J-tf (News copy.) ?; tea tenth i>l May; a ftegra*maa. named.*'. ;. fe1
t tue coasts house situated in the O
and elegant dwelling are Needle-worked Edgings and Inserting;
'tIi1ed States into the twelve districts' Stoves. Stoves.McRORV city of at. Aogostiiie, fronting the public square. Linen do do.Thread Watches, Jewelry, Clocks, tc. &c. WASlIl.GTNSajs SIN'GLETO:* Loh ioegto eou'f. 1
by ke law & FOLSOM bars also on hand Also a steam Saw Mill and site, with the buildings do do. '
And hare
assigned a ty, Ga. *b 3t twenty years i agedarkoem. : -
'dtbem a variety and assortment of Stoves connected with it- ibis mkis dh.r.e antiVa1e.zoiae
to German five feet tbuf iaohci fcigii. Says he has
officers of the and flexion
tII army kitchen work two of upright saw* and one do do W. U* \J/-\T+ .
for the parlor, office and ,to which they power gangs been runaway two weeks. -
whom will be'reriKMisible for invite attention. novll circular edgec caw. There is no better mill ia Worked Ftooneings; AVINGjant returned from tee Xdrtb.wouTJ -. M. UNFREEZE, .i.-, -
-' % -c1ben1 of the lights within his disl.i. Florida* either in machinery or frame-work. AtUeh Embroidered Skirts; pccttuly inform the publio that ha boa JdilcrCo1umbeouuyjazt Fla. -
) *bc inspectors are taken from the Old Ciotnes Made New. dto it is a sabstaatUt knd eommudions Uo Window Drapery ko. brought Out a splendid assortment of .- .
: c'- wharf,' alongside of which any vesael that can A superior a.d rich style of silk and GOLD AND SILVER WATCHED 4_
: r Three from lopognphical .w, W. UOUllTON will stop ID this place paM the fct j John's.river bar may lie and load. -velvet liotmets; Fine Gold Js elry of every description; Notice to Dttitar _anrf -3LL .>' I Iez

Ztiree from military do j three com- 1:, a few dty. to eagan In the us'inem of It:u situated at the month of Doctor'* Lake,.on Do Straw tkmuets; IBicb Gold nod fcHvef Guiifd, Fob. and Vest Chains ; PERSONS who are indetUM to tbe e-'.
three dressing over oil -or foiled clothi-ig. lie will remove tb .John's river. opposite to Mandarin, about Ribbons wide -
fit- Bonnet and .Neck very GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES; tate of Donald C. qrdock..late of Colmn-
-___: all stains aid spots canted by acid,ally Or 14 miles Above Jacksonville, and 25 mile below ptaia and fig"1> "" SILVER WAiiE-sach as Spoons of all k:nda, bin county,deceased-, ore rquisd.| to eonte forward -- -
tjeret t, notice the detb of Ccl.; resinous sab .GambleofThrida4 Lbs cloth and reinstate faded garments to tieir Bear by, from winch saw logs may be bad, and Lin4 Ifliote GOLDPESSf\ Fined and all penoni baring demands agaInst .
Col. G. was original color giving them a bright and bjiuti- which WM purchased by proprietor for thatpurpoae' Very fin Boots Gaiters -and -
(loin yj Knives,Raiors, cia rs, Saesm, &. ., a splendid said estate are hereby ealied B,. into prejeclthn
rginia, and waa a gentle- fat lustre. *- : "i he Mill is new,and hj oaly beeu ia bhiuei; FajM.Co.abs, Bahes, .- to the undersigned, duly authez4catc&.scthoatdei&y.
: 'Iilp1iisd education and -talents, He also offers for tale Lie Renovating Liquid operation five months was shipped in eoase- ,Heady made Cbdiing-, of every descriptionand lot- pKtF(1t1IRV.-( ; .- ,- ; -
.. which *ikema*! in Jtalns at the death of the ,aad U no win
11outb be was attacked to the Ame- acts removing spote queues proprietor quality. CASES PORT-.JWYAIES MAUY A. MlJ.lDOCH, Adm'x.W.'T. .,-- -. -
ef dewription whatever. *4o Udy geotle-' working onl r. U'auy-he iwea and inspected CIGAR '
O1i to-.France any '::11Subscriber; would say that hs Las engaged ciEi z.tdmr,: : -
: head of man ab nld be without 1$.' The price Is'a mere by any person wishing to parehaae, on application Tailor to do eusto work,waion ftaainanj-other mticlesrtao numerous to mea- By iiv.vinT sni rn, :'
ef Jutice AlarsLall,.and he trifle, His woik will likewise done promptly to the Agent, Beujsinia Wilson, ks'I an accomplished and lion .t'hysDIirnreinvitedt0 stt.-_ -- -: Their Attorcey. r -
will be vita elegance taste -
beeasne iACO WAI D'.G1 done jjWatuies and J ewclry repaired at short notseaad '
warranted to *
L!% ,an teaiineei merchant and ea teratvHad give C1othsC.usipieresd eutiagi, kept to suit ( Alliator. ;Cehnotia coFla- -
: ,;: n boat twenty.fivetyears entire fcttufietlofl.1 3U at tb Taylor snap'occu BB.VJ. A.PLTNvM, warranted. 4 Aagcstinth.1332.State -

C oP1orida,embarked in planting ago, pied, by >Ir. Jo epli iiirnaades,' adjoining- Dr.iionMTf Rxecntors of Joan U. Meiauwh.J5 customen.PUntenr who wish to furnish>.their negroes with- : jisks-inviile.dept 1 L.1352School '
new boQdmg. pt.lCUi.. 14t 23-ti 'of Flcrlcia. ClrMlt'Coart MarUm .
-. can be wita large ? ,
tbehtadofJUitxlensivB shoes clothing, ,
Lank> Jacksonville, JVev. 11. It ,, -;Notice.ffflHE ou4sty .. -.

T on. Col. G. wuliied by mar.JJlWAttorney lANDING from schooner Plabe A., quantities The paMia at very are Solicited low call and eninineGodz -, Subiarwer will open an Litt1csnnu.- Lewis:] -'

General.Wirt,aud .SOTICJB.A : N-OW: aad for aale low and prices t ve i J -*' el .*Mfl'tbe"ttrst MonttaFot-' 'tptSmo vs. -4.- -

... gbt' .mea of Uw UoTon, aid LLpersoiswho an Indebted to Uie smdertm. *- .Flour,fa barrel and half do.- hr-neXtfOtGOfldOLUCZI.? 'The .rlassea will'meet Abner'D. Johnson* I I: -f.. j'->tl '- -S.. ,
Horns Mesa Pork,Cod Fbb, IrUhrd tWedflesday, fnclaaivv, Lof iuaiCeTy.,. ,
et l from aca Franc RJobusonf. -
el 1352.
i d,
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who kaewrhnn1otbia thorny note or open aecouot,are Jackson vJHe, "
'otib. rtspeetfaUy requested to come Jorward and Mttto L Felatoel,Qaione Pu wder. Hay.I .1W's week* .RfWfls open from hah'past'7_ to Jfo clost. V/Iihim! Lottioger- I '- -- -
He %ra the imaiCfrind .,
the Ot.2. JASJ4V1NGTWiAg't.. "TEEJJS- John-Johaije; :- -
rt same, as my creditor are withjiuttae Brewing f E
gatwnv .iWbOd t ire their dai u against me; and 1 expect remttnera- Asionishlnsrlntellijence! ': Per Qaarter'of- .eJeven'weeks, for airy.brtncli fFw-iearing to --mtletketlen! 'of tI eers -_ _

heart o. CoU.ia the ucli of Lion for aerviees' I Two Haadred and !Tweaty. -flyeBallars The 'Cash System Adopted I *-*/tngilsh' Mathematical Course,tea ,d"bs4arit tittearTLe. t1thvbove .. '
{ Kl1YD. fIULL&ND.D. : : datantWilivn ta.tinlpijesbea -
:: L epteentaiveliicongressj ; i : Reward* dollars.. 'E Coarse,tweirLights
NovembeJ at tia new OaOCERY H aoVJS )N STOIiaof : - 1Jebebmsbila-3fl1ondatswhtt1a -'
: 5- ; -a-- -
4iOnqiinttUig ecer kiwjt-M: tb Sobsari>er,abrot dOlaTs.i :, t '
the Subscriber,ia thacjofJanksbnviula'r and FmRanstaketl t1ie-Priaela3. tbeate.soI-Tb rstice5 e madee d3L..
the 1stof Jane last, J mad namedMZDflentYflT0M' '--, -- J ly .
: :i .. TptHea'tte'ntlon Ladte& I a srQ teoery4-ponkb& *: -- 4 I ;:lft OUetOt ir tbI'Mwhai 's
:;i.OZUYULRT.. ttiirty : received anJ large it iivdere4 that'th(ttI41eisndgt, W1
of Ladies respeetraHy olirfta J fee Just opeced my vO3rtottfor bermctioa'ef a&ezereiees -
aiz rathe HA.TINO
of ferabout ; c da saj tth.ia1J.fl af
t of I SLeek ot Gowdi; eleeted witbexpvua a b! Emsrds.t Lastiziger appeat c
i L :ie4Io.m1sto* Vns7SLaSiotwbieh.mb okf. Us down .in; kbatIngoo1etywm '
equar.buIltofa bright eoppdr a law, cv tb* .
rebreuc to thftdenftudrj tois-Market. i 'u ::c Ni'FfliWWt j,
great.vsnetyotbeanzUal pper'newbo
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tt to. No other marks jrecolleotSaUboyU'a -: "
:.' 4 ,4gilt.dgb1 Bat post iettop&per ed. spoken, plausible fcjlUw.. | learn belays 1 take pleasure in informing the citizias" Prinohta! f Jaeksonville'Mate add F maJe CtsaV 1 0
sndITOUUdIuguOU1U1T,1kst1b ri nOw -< ';: .a-AndJisfiLrtbetordsrodtMttcop7eCthk1. :
;tin.steel peoaizpteuiforLadiesalargo he and will a m*a .to t ls him'off place ? 1n3titutL'Augnst19tf, .
caa get .
dr be pabUQ in. sosne prtetsd MSIpnblialied .
VL&Lj,1DW4Ij Call ad czsautis ready for.aaU,a$:reutarkabty low rates _t,5- .-'
a.IstWeate doQan reward Sot the
r z winpay Iwo hundred apprebetisiOB Qronit wtVH far feet -
iA.said nee weeks *
00(7( ninon sctidinouIsrti after flat* Iwill 1pILGUe iOW
Wy v14 iantthar o&nt. bf any white man with proof sufflcleat cUe with which,my Store Lsnppi.4kdeemadnn.eeJaaIl STX: t Piobawrof* CoI *Cianty for monthS., a HOMAi' DOUGLAS. ....,, d. -t
to convict Urn -of bny;and ;
tampering' '
; reofre Alto h&s 1bsrexer'thii of.kIiaaGrew4late Jadgegs.&ea
*-- llIob -rTTT zrr j ,*- jilt % 'f s : -c 5. iragzi4. twenty-five-dollars for tbe deliver'of aid bey ton usy -the ivtyof Utters AdmioUtratioB/tm Coiambla Uie estate' j2.1iAfl. l j'..211 -
( ; *County dsoeawd.
endeared tlmseU _.. to _
-L' j to an :L. 14Y *.anc1ioutbofOrooverYw or aoe & ywiOH. CkEWSAduz. .t-I-r: i -- ---------
FsmilyeppU4L F1LT.TIt7S act 7" & ..
irtTfwi-fc!: JSr, udctaerow ia ;. tfan J all proper expenses that ayHHia,to conveying _a
4lT.b M C is oB0ItaW k .
) th.bayt&li otto m/jtremiiea; 'Pfr Mihit? tkGoknmb15eouoy 1 500iityIfQtIstterl tiwMrdIewW
t !li' 3EJ3S' sCig.rt-l baveJiitTitefrea 10,00( Havana
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will -
U.1fo4n6sMstake.) rirliWrreJ iur eST ua, pleu.&ddreaAXan,1roo. 'S. *A for btutaof adminfetraaatt satks.daocwiaanI.ratnk1. i-.r' -
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ofered ; thsh7et5imgth$} .
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I : .: 1ri t TJJjPLORlDA UEPUBL1CANt .':r-' ?.. M. ,.1.ft U> Ai "'it (' ) \ 'S DICTIONARY TiOoOiAvErI!!!. LOENOT.. ., . "mm
.1' ;' : Isil. tj-J. S. lUCrtHTJX, ) ,$ FOn.CLAIJ1S: WASHINGTON .mIA umn: :
.I'' mIu4.Iup -
... 02e of UK ti-Kr>t Court '. _
',. "M'jlf'C\t''I re; Uarnl Cou"tr. Is. : Illetrlct ct FIRE IN PEARL STREET and Fletcher TilE 'MOS 7' CERTAIN' AND
'WO UNABRIDGED, New York: Three Store and their SAFE
a _4 William 2 Kennaugh:
ULVMRt' Another !
beforewords I' THE CU1WO-
., a'. f.t k. !.' -' ., wa Quarto,of 1434: Pages. coutentftdcstroved.Deeds' : _
RtC !! 8 A s.8 AWAIXU' HOTEL
.'::. : 'aliTlii" lK llu.r. per annum, payable 'THREB TillEa the mutter (biidio M ELEVEN SAFES of different makers consumed ( tlntin1l to give his prompt attention to the arrangement CHRONIC DIARFtHCf'

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:c\ J Suh;crlptidni'lf; uol paid before the expiration DY Co.drfictl the flames and brought out its content tell or any or the Kxecntive Departments..Claims .- AND

1I ... ," I ora.. 1f.\rj &ruhargC\l ;"., DR. J; 8. Hou C. Merriam, Springfield., llaok without a mark of fire upon them or Mexican arising wars from; Invalid the Revolutionary,.Revolutionary,"Florida Hall- DYSENTERY

r'": .! ?: :i Hif\faIuCiitJ,will be.ill'e, ted at the following .eai said Sg all ao.kaeg.n.P All!.. GILBERT'S LETTER. pay, or Widows' Pensions ;* Naval or Army;

r4 4 r tos:jQne onar pcrsqaarc'oftwclve"lines) for THE FIRE IK LETCHKR AND PEARl. STS., N. T. 1 i-ounty Land or Scrip, under law of F.b.'U. Whicb bas ever been presented to die public;

f fI E IlTIJI 0 51A L S. NEW V.VEK, Dec. 2,1851.I I 1317.or August 10, b45; Arrearage of Pay and It staixb upon its owo merits, and needs
I '_' J' fit 3rst. Srvci.ty-Fivc_ Cent for every subequcnt part turpaita any thing that MCJWS. STEAUSS and 3/ABVM, successor to C. Mileage due returning Volunteer J Claim for fSHf M

. ,: ;j t fJ Li rtioo. TJTyearly AdvtrtSsera a liberal I dtwtfar eM EgUsfs La7lp4g'J ," RICH & Co., ATo. 146 Water Street New Y .- I Horses lost and other Property destroyed ; Ex- puffing. HA lffTf rAILB TVIII evu. -

.r.." .c': r Z discount jj nI b. inad.:' .All transient Advertisement SIBS, when the fire was consuming my place of I !*... incurred by Volunteer before being mustered A 8IKOLE 1UTA1SCL-
'.. Business, No. 216 Pearl Street 1 absent'' in :
was and received into service ; Wazgcmmastor '
A nnHlS. 1.
*(exempt account VaraiMefnftrWtm
an tg3 '
Kcnsslaer County testing a pew cleaning apparatus and Teamster claim 'Marinesailors',
; M from several meuinual roots
,: ,.".;i'.i; with must bo raId fur.prorioa to publi- in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher, &e., &c.Having. Wild of Hcrida II i* STSIXTVegetable grwjw and Jt,at
. .t. "tieD: and did not read the account until was fearful it all the form for a proper WIOLL
necessary and
; M. designed tsrxctttLY for theeM
r 4..:".:i* Person at a dlrtawe rva their remittances Will too late to save my books which were placedin presentation of claims, together with the rules of the above disease.' The Inventor and-ProprP
girtrn 'I one of safes purchased from Mr. Marvin
your and the different D
governing pll.nenta.
-I eto.'is folly convinced that it is
aa invaluable
; ..... -,I!* I. : for .dvertLbg,Ly the following rate: some years ao. Afy fears were not allayed when he i* prepared to undertake all claim, of Me.licine. irs fact the lest that be as* grfeTtt
. .... l. Om *!:- (twelve lines) published z month I fouud it Water necessary 40 hour upon before my return 1 to enabled apply the to what kind soever that may require the service in the town (I vbieb fcf rtufde1 llid the ..

: tnr''- 10 00 : Croton was ef an Agency at Slats place. Seizing eaeecM wilfai which it ha*saet,w ,
..-f', THE after which it 54
..I t. < Tiro" sqwircs': for ttr. month*, 15 00 hours commence of labor operations and application; to raise required the Salamander Particular attention given to the proper ettle-: him in laying that it is.*] POSITIVE .1J1t #
,: ..
of .
.o' ralue/ ment Quartermasters'accounts.
tcholar knows its He ha .
f. DIGESTIVE come to th delernfarti
.' .." :j Legal and otlier ;Kasiucss; Cards, rer an. 10 00 from its ashy bed. You may of my ,'' Charges moderate and regulated by the amount place it within the reach of all, kncrwiQjfnny .tI

....,; t.; Nnti c, l .tcbt,! nn.l creditors! 7 00 OR anxiety during this delay and my agreeable earp claimed, and the extent services required. suffer with this very unpleasant and often dugerou
the safe inthe 01' >
opening a
:' it* upon piesence
.' > : t r piilieaUou: for 1"lierc rr i Jwir.irtnlion, 5 00 /7 7 Camber of gentlemen, to find :ny books and papers All communications, to insure insertion dee 4-tf mustbe Ducase, particularly in the SouUtera 'sal
post paid Western
.....L J.' : Notice of Apr-iuuiUon: fur dismissal: aj Administrator Prepared from RENNET, or L-rz saved, and as legible as they were previous to States. .
,',,.'1 :ft, t. jlO Of' OF THE ox. after directions valnablowork- muxssirr 10 the Sre. The intense heat to which the Safe was 4HERICAJJ AND FOREIGN purchasing look my for I*>xteHt" .
tho : particular written
great Physiological my signature
.-. S' subjected, can be conjectured from the condition oa
:\:<. ., .T For announcement of candi'Utor for office, 5 00 ton. M. I)., Philadelphia, Pa.This KAX. of another safe, [not a. Salamander] of which an AGENCY the label.I .

z.. ...;C !' No announcement will be insd nr.l ws the same i* a truly wonderful iron skeleton! frame only remained and not a vestige i CITY AVASHINGTOY, refer the public below to a few certificate se
.- lion, Pyepepsia Jaundice, of book. in the lefted from among many received from respects
: a They were companions
be with! the eb"relt.f. .
; 4. acooiupaoied amount stipation and Debility, office on the second floor from which they TTNTMill the direction of AARON HAIGHT ble citizens of Jacksonville.

;. Editorial notices fur privato bencfi will be own method, by Nature's fell same upon crates of earth rn ware in the cellar, the lU t'ALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON EGBERT POINSETT.

,r," f. barged double the rate a-lvertUing. trio Juice. ruiacd safe upon the Salamander. If their position GARRETT3ON SNETHEN ofNew P. S. Planter should not be without this rsJo
, .'t'r' OJ-Half a teaspoonful of most ACCUBATB and agLTABta Diction bad been reversed cot even the skeleton (>Orleans Attorneys and Oounsellors of the Supreme -
: Religious,Obituary,and !>!rriagc notices will water, will digester dissolve remained. loss Conrt of the United btates. able Medicine Every family ought to keep it
have the
Language. would Afy over icsurHneeis -
:, t be published gratis.Communications. chief in about two hour, out $ .O, yet the salvation of my books'in This establishment is formed for the following onband.A. M. SEED for Jaekjsa
;. be Pepsin is the element ol.jccts: Agent
mnst great
.; I paid.JA'ff Saluinander, with the representatives of
U ._ .. _... of tho Gastric j your 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of Till._,
i. ; I L-- R." principle, $ ,<,*()<), and important documents which could
r Food. the Prt the United States, and conducting professional
( f JOII'S r not be duplicated has fully compensated ma.
(..t ; Sr. SEMINARY OF LEARN. ing Assent of the Stomach business before Congress. TESTIMONIALS.
It will afford to exhibit the
,!. -,T k AT MADISON FLA. we great 2. For the and of all claims
... :, extracted from the Digestive new sat purchased of you, and explain its merits prosecution recovery -
,, .1' thus forming ARTIFICIAL WILL ELAPSB before other Di> No. in law or equity against the United States before
any at ray present office 251 Pearl fctreet, where I SEVEN CASES CURED in
The Exrrrl*** of iitli Institution were precisely like the natural the Language will be required shall remain until the new building, No. 216 is Congress or the executive Departments, or

:i :: ume.lon TUESDAY fith JULY last chemical powers and furni$ erected. Yours' respectfully, against foreign Governments' before Boards of Six MIIX Cam FLA., Dee.t,1Sb1.

.: M. D.The. paration, the pain and evils 9 For the settlement of accounts with the
... .',.;. I 4 Trustees take grcnt pleasure !in onnounc1m Dyspepsia are removed,just The undersigned invite country merchants and !: State, Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office, and SIB i the For the benefit of tho afflicted yon CM
" r tbe the a healthy Stomach. It is author of others interested in the preserve tioii of their books Interior Departments and obtaining the remission publish following had seven eases tt
;. ; to Patrons of the Seminary and pnUicto LL. D., of Scotland, Diarrhoea
.., ."...; :. icrally their entire confiJenco in Dr. Auld as a peptics, curing case of 'I Ch. Philosopher/. fom fire, [but particularly those having Rich'ssafes of fines,penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged which *have on been my plantation this season; all tt
I?:, :::: TeApbpr. From the snircc which hlw so far at- vous decline and dyspeptic in use] to call at the det ot 116 Water street. violations of the revenue, post office, or other cured by the use of your awtf
wdeI.z&isdad.. 1 doubt New York, to the interior of Mr. GilbertV valuable medicine called Indian Loxecust.
4r : : 'et to be the of u see
: tcnd-jJ tbe vntcrpriso. the Trustees 1 an asuratice posed on derge jaws.
;; C r'i : that they will ar-o9od in b'iiltliig op Itt entific evidenced on which it edition has received essential improve. sate with the books undisturbed which he has 4. For securing letters patent for invention Yours respectfully, JOHN PRICE,Jr.

I..'I". School exactly adopted to tus wants of tho com- highest degree curious and the able hands it has passed kindly permitted to remain for the satisfaction from the United Mates or from foreign Govern STILL ANOTHER.Black .

:. ..'. mnr.ity. and gratification of the public. ments, and procuring land warrant and pension

Thi-ir; object i h to establish on a permanent basis KCIENTIFIC 0-Orders for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault under tho various pension law of the United Creek..Fla., Feb. lit, 1351

' ,_1 0 .. nrs institution! in which the ,intuil- of th Baron LFEBEO in his Doors, promptly and faithfully executed. States. Dear Sir-Some time since a member of

..\., r shall be thoroughly educated. Promptl' by anrarnest msll'hlUbtry. says : An llJ/p :5TEAJtilIAHYlN., 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, family was very ill, indeed with a j
deire to crejnote tb. welfare the rising I Fluid, aualagous to the vjwffy Successors to Rich & Co. legacies and inheritances in the United State resorted to several things usually given for thi

."' ;:'.7' ',, ; generation ant i.1'.l''flC the prosperity of cur I readily prepared from the I4G Water street, and corner Avenuo A and St. and foreign countries. Disease, but noue of them would afford any no
.; : you.ig and p."oi: i? &; to, they rely with confidence : the Stomach of the Ox, iu Marks Place Xew York; 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any or! Ikf. Your Indian Loxecnst was recommend
'II the! 'nort or of food and DEFIJ.-MO DICTIONARY in the English Owners of the exclusive right of It ieh's Patent the States Territories of the Union and loan
meat or
F upon i'LT} a patriotic, generous, as Eggs several 1 made mind to
persons ; up my try JL
4 4t fur the whole of the
and elli -ht""I'J lie to "US',: them in the changed and just United .Mates and the only ing of real estate
! : /p ; pi > i accoinplisbmo'it digrstcd. moneys on mortgage lying and am very glad I did so, as one Bottle effect*!
makers of Salamander safes
.t f of so aobe! purpo e. as they would be in tt!r combining both patents therein. will thi
a cure.oa please publish -a* neka
I t. 4 Iixrierieice hm tleiuonstrnicd beyond I\ dmbt Dr. COMBE, ia his ,' commonly called KICK'S safes, WINDER'S i 7. For investment of funds in United States valuable Medicine ought to be known

.. .'ft.e 'j .' the ne sesity of increasing the rat;" of tUltiol.t .' Physiology of Digestion," _& ", 9q Salamander. safes, with Kich's Improvement.Feb. and State stock and loans,collection of the dividends the public. Spread it far and near in order toil to

..: s .. The exceedingly low rates of the past s?:s-on; have diminution of the die and ESLIABI.B in giving a just 5, 13J2.-3in. thereon, and generally for the transactionof the afflicted may find relief. Your*. &

,,_"1'm. r. f failed to produce find to mret the cnr- is a prominent and all business pertaining to a law, loan, and EJ.JJAH BLITCH.To .
t, rent ex,>*n.:et.r MiSchool.. ThJ Trustees have, pepsia, and be states that ". of the Language. Union Agricultural Warehouse banking agency. Dr E Poinsett.JACXSONYILLX.

l"l.; rf ab.rcfu'e, dcionuiii-'d t.ud.>pt the following per- icsaor of ':. :ine in Lon Ion All communications address, postpaid to

,. if :.n : .
." :. dtetti (\o.V.-! ".* bv a'" ,-: who will give the else to fail bad recourse to SEED STORE Ageucy city of Washington, will receive
Dear Sir This will Inform that battb
IOUICT a .' rode.tlrtfl.j. tiilced from the 8U tnachs and faithful attention.PALMER yon one
! '.': iu 30li. I > Vo. 83 FULTOX-STKEET, tVKWTOXlK.Til prompt of medicine called Iratta LQXKCUST bpermanently
'" your ,
.oe.'.' : ; .i 7iy or 7'l./TW.: proved rornpt tcly tuccetfid. K undersigned solicit the attention of all & SJJETHEN, eared two of my negroes of a smn
P:. GCAHAM author of Office No.5 Carroll CapitolliilLJu'yS.
'. { (I'\"AD'X \\"o-rEIt stssio.x OF FIVE Vegetable of Implements for the Farm or lawtf. attack of Dysentery. I consider it aa.exesDnt

':. f._. 101 1I, fact Itfet that says the I'lnntation to their .assortment which includes : medicine for this complaint and take gnat {It*

..".t', .; Fir Sjx-lH..g!! R.,. .titi"o, Pnmary Geo- macerated in physiology in water impart! : MOST COMPLETE ACCURATE. many of the most recent improvements in the Bountv Land and General Agency sure in recommending it to the publio -
: articles in their line all of Respectfully
.. P.i'Jl'i'; lending which they yours
.:, gr'II.u'd: nietk $800 erty of dissolving various DICTIONARY OF THE
,... ; Ft-roeo rnfitiy. -rtizs.i} *Ul tell at prices to insure satisfaction to the Washington D. C. S.D. FERNANDEZ.
lgii3bGrnm. ejecting n kind of artificial ,
41..".t' : rn''-. *:1., Mo.l-! 'm Uiy. 12 CO no w'jo! J'dfeioat from the buyer-especially Railway Endless Chain Powers 'YOSE.t'U T. WALKER, will give To Mr.E. Poinsett.
....;.. .. .: : For A.iecnt; Hii;;' >-y .' Geography! cess." diM p often, for one awarded or two the horses first of the Wheeler the patent: fj and efficient attention to the BOUNTY "THERE IS NO FAIL IN IT.
i Ch miiitry.atril Pa'nsn "iT Natural
t |> Cc/-Call on the Agent, LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged
llwtfry, ir!=t L Hon ii A' (Jecin- circular County Fairs where they have been exhibit St. John' Beach Fla. Feb.6th 1351
f wr3 gratis, givug a in the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the IXDIAX ,
..' if,. ..; t *try, A-' tfmuu 1 ;.'! y'2: '.>".",. 23 CO tific evidence similar to toe ed.Trimble's Hailway Iron I'owerg, warranted, Warren's Circular& WAR in which the U. States have been engaged Dear Sir-Having used your most vsInaMi
.reIi",- FIJi' ligit;:bn': (,f .1t.h.. tl( ..Ligi; of remarkable Sweep Tnplin's
reports cures the War with Great Britain of 1812 to Medicine called Indian Lexecast
or with
', "....A........... !tiia'. a.,:. ;. I'e"':.'h'.1 PI.IO'O. Uuitcd States. Power, Plows. Harrows, Fan Mill.i, Straw (ug. ; eompIeU
claims the U.States for MILITARY
in feel it
. on SERVICES, success family a dajy 1 owes.
ters Portable Burr Stone Mills Carts my ,
: P : Lah i li;" i3tgliled 2j i 00
v .ti "
SiPPLiESrEN$1ONs,LOST PEOPKETY, &O., and to and the public to inform that
myself gj
AS A &c. 4 c. Field and Garden Seeds of reliable yon
rer qua.
'i ; r"r nol A": 10 00Coulii.gtfit
-r : i.
any description of business requiring an Agent or children have been cured of a severe Cisirsoa
Dr. Hough Pepsin lity, Fertilisers, Fruit and Crnamental Tree
r' ,
..1',1" marvellous effects, in coring Our descriptive Catalogue, illustrated with cuts Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land with it,when nothing else would giv ju react-
..r ) <;re will lit j.ulilio t'xnm'ni'ion; At the close Emaciation Nervous Decline will be sent gratis when two to four Post Office I Warrants, his charge will be $5. In other cases Publish this if yon pese.! YOUM,respeettnlly,'

;, f ff. tIe D -ci.j-'-ntl-i.l-iifc 0:1 which will be obligU sumption. It i is impossible to : Stamps are remitted according to the distance. the charge will be proportioned to the nature and CHA .u1tOW:(.

," ;'.r upon B'i! ;jj sj'l.iut unless! a written reoCJoIt.t cases in the limits of this other members of the United States July 29, 1S52. 3m RALPH & CO difficulty. the case ,. ... To Dr E Poiaaett.JACXSOXTILU.
$. to th' i5ou..a.y be roceivej froii their pa- lie will also act in connection with Agents or

-eJ..' 1 rcr.i# ni gw .i than thenticated tirt handled ccrti raies remvkible have Agency for Scott & Co' Attorneys in Florida, who may be employed in May 6th,135L.
. : Board eon W oHtuine.l in private families at Bounty Land and other claim, on terms which
4 New York Boston JACKSONVILLE July 30 J85J.
" : : from eight to ten dollars:! iwr rao.ith.CUAKLES phia and REVIEWS.TIE may be agreed upon. Letters [which should bepost
"' .. RUSSELL, nearly all desperate cases, ) undersigned has been duly authorized, by paid] will receive immediate attention. I, Dear Sir: I have tried your very valuable Mifr
'. ;" .. :; Secretary of the Uosrd of Trustees. Only rapid amid wonderful, but : MOTT ttsq., to receive orders and June 5. lawtf. cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far the bert u!

.. ; Aug. 19-U It is a great nervous President of the United Stare receipt for subscriptions U the liitiih lts sew safest cure for this dangerous disease that I ban
'I useful for tendency to : : consisting of ever known or heard of. My little daughter,aged

- ., Complaint Fever and Goods I New Goods Notice.TO about two had suffered long and vu induced
. Tlie London yean
.'i'.' :: MALE E OO F1TOT F E Fever and Ague, and the evil Quarterly Review, THE OFFICERS AND SOLMERS to almost a skeleton and 1 tried part tt

., Mercury, and other Drugs j'R Wholesale and Retail."! The Edinbur Review, OF TILE SEVERAL WARS SINCE a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST" u4

, C1ai3a1anI English Institute, gins, after a long sicknexs. RECEIVED, direct from New York a Tit North. Sntisfi Review, TIlE REVOLUTION. it ha acted like a charm. the chill is wi in-
: eating and the too free use of : Assortment of Fashionable The Ir'estmintter Review and be teen by those who do BO*i-
t J.\t soI.t.E, PT.ORIDA.Principal." almost reconciles Health with Spring a recent Act of Congress, officers and sol proving may
." ,, of French British, and American BY lieve. Kespeclfallv,
. N.PflL.dVN AND (who have not received) are entitled .
'. T.i. ,comprising in part- Blatkicood'i A.\ ..COLm.To .
. DR. J. S. Edinburg jUctgaztiM. to BOUNTY LAND, for service of one monthor
..'." ,- oil E. .
If000 col'd
Ginghams, American do. TERMS : more; the widows,aad minor children of those Poinsett Eoj.ST. '.
: i 1ESCItI Ei: having had lef'eralyeJ.n Engli h, and American Prints NicHOLA'J: JS5L
For deceased also entitled. The Subscriber will ,July 31.
any one of the four Reviews 01 are
: .: A experience in l'a'hiing l has concluded to es- Chintz Fig'd and Plain Lawns per ann
.c!.' tatti:h.his School ia thin place, and respectfully and Muslins, For any two, do. 5 00 .. undertake at a moderate compensation the Dear Sir 1 his is U certify that two Bottletf

'; invites tbe public to call and list its merit Plain and Fig'd Swiss Mua- For any three, do. 7 00 claims of those interested- Having been employed TOUT Medicine called "INDIAN LOXECUST!
For all four of the Reviews in public office for several, bit experience *
; It will be bit onntUnt effort cultivate the lins 8 00 has permanently cured two of our Negroes,ala a
:.',. For Blackwood's Magazine, 3 00 'f in such matters will enable bins to afford great yore Diarrh a. I take pleasure in recooucenficf
\ friendship and esteem of hIs pupils; and to instil and Jackonets,plain and checked, For Klarkwood facilities to claimant for LAND ANU 1'N..
and three Ih\'ie\TS,9 Of valuable Medicine- withoat 4oabt
: as
those principles which tend to develop the human Beragrs, Silk Tissues rich your being
intellect and to refine the heart. torn, very For Blackwood and four Reviews, 10 00 i'lON.and save them a great deal of trouble one of the best and safest remedies for this dueaN

Without! beirg in tbq leact sectarian the Institute Clack Silk, very cheap Marselines PAYMENTS TO BE MAW Zy ALL CASES IS ADVA charge and expense.u made. Where All letters he obtains post-paid nothing will receiveprompt no that 1 have heard of or seen. Yours truly, -,.
will be on religions principles. and Florence Silks, of color, CLCBB'?G. W. O.
endue< attention and the form* and
j By.. most thorough system of reviews and ex-! Shawls plain and embroidered, Fur eopies of any or all of the above works instruction santo necessary E. Poinsett Esq.

j. amiDltiol. which esperieooc has suggested the Kid Gloves, Black and col'd Lace Mits, will'be sent to one address on payment of the regular C. W. BENNETT, Atfy. JACxseunrtLLX Jano 9th,1S51.

11"" .. Principal'flatter* bUDat that Knowledge once l1k and F.Me Gloves, subscription. for three-tho fourth copy bcin* Washington, I). C. Dear Sir I have used your Indian Loxee* I
acquired, cannot Lind Polka Gaiters, gratis. COLUMBUS DREW, October,18.0. tf in my family, and have found it a very vstaslli
Grestindacements are the of Hootee Florida Republican Office
J way Opera Gaiters remedy for Viarrh a. I take great pleasure* II
health and beauty. of.!tnaton-to wishing Ties, Buskins, Slippers, &0. Aprils tf Jacksonville.
from parent Is sold by nearly all the ) GEORGE H. SMITH k CO.. recommending it to the public.
a hen theirAbilre 1 pains popular medicine throughout approved styles of Spring Honnets AUCTION RlSG AND COMMISSIONMERCHANTS. Respectfully, J. E.TOWSSE.Eiber
will ior their SALE
.f Ipre and It u prepared in powder and a Hats Silk HonneU richly IN FLORIDA. Poinsett, Esq.JaCZ3o.ITILLE< .
for the nse trimmed and of the latest fashion .' Acres, seated on the head waters '
I The discipline will b inflexible, though mid I Private Circulars phiau for the Flower, rich Bonnet Ribbons. ,,163 of Halifax river, Orange county. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,E. Fla., M.117.WL

aad be obtained of Dr. Houghton ', Wtar East Florida, 44 miles south of St. Augustine-. Dear Sir This may certify to you that 1 bo*.l
The course of in'truHioj.includes all the branches scribing tho whole process of ,Gaiters. and :Shoes bounded on the North-by lands of J. J. Bulow THE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into co negro girl suffering under a severe attack of ttl
for the
of a thorough floiobcd English Education, ving the authorities upon ,' made Clothing a splendid assortment, deceased, and on the south bland now or late nepose of carrying oil arrhcu. and that the nse of one bottle ef yl
aud a full!prepa ration for any College class. new remedy are based As it some very fine. the property of the Marquis do Fergeaud- The the above business, and are prepared to make preparation called Indian Loxeenst effectual I

: ; ENGLISH: STUDIES. REMEDY, no objection can be merchants supplied for cash on terms greater portion of said lands are covered with a sales either consignment or at auction (one of cured her aud I would take this method of a|
: the firm auctioneer. Both of the
being an ) firm
use by physicians in : ew York prices The country public growth of Live Oak and Cedar, and are well commending as a very valuable Medicine.
/ Orthography; Reading uinauship; Ponog enlar practice. Price O.V to call and examine Goods and prices. adapted to cultivation of Sugar Cane and the are well acquanted with the merchant and citi- Yours truly, JOHN BKANTLET.
; raphv Grammar ( Ancient zeus of the interior which gives them the advantage
; ; geography; BOTTLE.QDSERVE. ( Brick Cash Storn. Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cotton. Mr. Egbert l'o. nseU.
ern ftistory KLftoric nook-Keeling Composition I of making ready sales of .
; ; ; THIS.- L. B. AMERMAN Lying on a navigable stream for flat boats of any good. or merchandize *." ,
I and cUmation. ; Botany; the Lible; Vocal Ronutne PEPSIN be&n the -- -. ,--- three feet draft of "water these lands are conveniently which may bo sent to them on consign. jACKSO-f TTLLB, July 2S, 13SI

., Music,Drawing :J. S. HOUGUTOPT M. James W. Bryant situated for forwarding produce. ment. Dear Sir Sometime since I was attacked Will I Ia
They will give their attention to
SCIENTIFIC COURSE. Philadelphia, PA. CoUNSELLOR-AT-LAtT For terms apply to C. DREW makinggood severe Diarrhoea-silevere that I couJJ BO*'I
AND and immediate sale.
They would
p I. At this(Jffioe respectfully tend to businessI wittJrecomiBe6j $0 Wl
securedCoSold -or to. my
Intellectual Moral and Natural htloiopby; when business may require his ab C. W. DOWNING I licit patronage from merchants and tradesmen of "INDIAN LOXECUST.'located .[

.I ; .Astronomy, Chemirtry; Logic; Ccolngy.r cine by all Druggists the State) attend to Professional ap August 19-tf TallahasM other cities, who wish to sell goods in oatmaritet. your Bottle of it. At tho same time two m aM *|
C the of the Euttei Cit-cint bnsiaesa in their line
MATHEMATICAL COURSE. in Courts Any will be promptly at. my family were afflicted with the sam & *
in the Court for the tended to.
and Federal
; NEW we aU used the medicine from the on* Beak
Arithmetic; Alrebra; Geometry; Trfonome Agent District of Florida. BAKERY GEORGE H. SMITH,. lIP
and 1 that ias &
Mensuration am now happy to yoa
; :; ;
rt : etry;Surveying and J. HE WILL AL!() ACT AS AQZ.1T Bread, Pies and Cakes. JOHN 'V. .PRICE. all entirely. We an now all well aa* be'1
Dt JRlevl'aloulu. IVhdtnalt and Retail Business in the State respecting fffJHE IvKFtntxcKS. M Reed. Fernandas, Bisbce from the use of only out Bottle of you fledicine.

I CLSICAL CUnE. Sept 2, '52-ly donations of lands, and the location tween co-partnership heretofore existing bH. & Co., R Boulter Co.:Sarnael Willams Alsop Yours truly
Myers and
Coopman, in the conductof I
Latin French.A thereof. & flours Jacksonville Boston Gunby, A La- TIMOTHY HJ n.13-
.' ; ; ; the
Grk Geran I Baking business
having been dissolved -
roche E M Moore &Co.y Seaborn GoodaU Sa- .
f course of Lecture will ta delivered during NEW DREG AND O ALSO AS AGENT i. the subsciber desires to make known to the public vaunah. Jan. 13, 1S52. U. To E. Poinsett,Esq.

4 ; the year upon Philosophy Chllitr. Tie of Claims upon the United that he will hereafter carry on said business sin"ly. - Mandarin Fla.,Oet;iS! .
f School will be furnish with a Military or other services. pensions, He has made full preparations to the
supply town Paper Dear Sir-Some time since I wo on avtot8;!
: 1 ratus, and will afford ample opportunities app THE eulscriltr is now furnished volunteers, and for horses or' and other purchasers with ."7 excellent.BREAD .Hanging, Depot, your place and was suddenly taken ver/ '-

: L t coming acquainted with Science and the practicaloperation Foriyth-ctreet a lost for which the United States' PIES and CAKES, which ha is now deiiverinr ; No. 44 C01lrtlarllll-"rttt, New-York oppositethe Your Indian Loxeonst was reoonweadd **

l of its laws. DRUGS, OILS, : regularly at the houses of customers. Merchant Hid. friend that I was visiting happened t*as e.iitie
I The Academic will divided into four Bonl'tesi..-J. W. B. will also He takes this
f year opportunity of Uki
b expressing We of it in the I it and JI
house and used
''if IJ quirter*of eleven week Student may AND the collection of Claims and other Pro thanks for the liberal evidences of THE Croton Manufacturing Company (organ in .
e encouragement sure that it cured .J:rl
ter after the co meueeiuent of any quarter* and aP i D:1c:1r Business, in England and on the Conti which he has already received and,while respect under the .'.Manufacturing Law averse to informing having you in prinsbdthe sn*< I

; be charged. only from the time of their adia'urion.TKttSIS RECENTLY SELECTED \ fully asking a continuance of the same, feel war of the Statt'ot'New.Vork) offer at wholesale;in benefit of those my that name be afflieUi"*|
IN TUB CJTf OF } hii absence, Jons W. PKICE. Esq. ranted in claiming for the bread which ho offer quantities to suit purchaser,at MANVrACTiruftS. may '
this if think
lie invites the attention of hi* stead in Florida. qualities unsurpassed in all the essentials LOWEST PRICES, for cash or approved credit; publish, you it aeoessarj.
Board and Tuition, Including: : lnt,fuel, and clans, and the commtnity, to .East Florida. to .make the staff of life palatable which go Paper Hangings,'of every variety of style and Years cSUSANNAJI with ....rf-
,:and .,
Washing per Session of five : $120 00Cerman assurance that the articles wholesome. He will continue to pure fat price. .
use the far Dr B Poinsett Jacksonville.Elm.GraveflyIIiU .
or Frenchextra, 6 0 fresh, of prime quality, and which with personal I, Border (o match.. _
experience in
JOSEPH GRIOE the art of Baking
; .
[ .
Music (iDel USM of Piano) 15 Fire Board .
dig 0 they can DO bought in any ,Justifies him in. promising hit customers Print ia great rariety, .&" -
Fancy Drawing ..- 6 country. Commission Merchant good oread;&0. ; Transparent Window Shade, Dear Sir Year Indian Loxeeutii*.

) '. Painting.. ., ia Oil W&r Color" 9 0 -HE WATER ST., NE ,V YORK. Ticket. furnished and families any where wit1In Oil Painted Window Shade, ieiae. Some timesiaot I purchased**' a
fe u
-i 12 Chewing Tobacco ft prompt attention given to the sale of the limits of the town snpplieat an early hour Wide Window CurtaIn Paper,and .I A M Reed Era your agent and I1*!* Ml

... IncGdDI lutrnctiun ia lcrlti..1 from N. and Wine*,.Stationery of produce entrusted to his care, every.da1- Price-6 cents per loaf 'Window Shade Fixture*., 7 'I of my negroes that had suffered very.**III I]
t{.'o, ; Jewelry, Ac. all orders promptly complied with. ,HENRY COOPMAN. Of the latest styles and superior finish all of their I a severe attack of Dysentery-curd i *\
:1 (Payable quarterly, I a4vsno..) The LADIES will find, be may 21 tt'' own mnanufnctureandmpcmrtatloa. A*their stock I afterwards I had another negro atU<**vrLJ

:- FOR DAY STEYTS.I adapted to their wants and is large and entirely new, they invite. Merchants, same disease. I purchase anothr.r$ .' ,

.I ." 'English Studies and Mathematics, $10 will be glad to exhibit and \ Tea Company Warehouses, 'Tine, ; ,nud. Sheet Iron Bookseller and dealers in these article,to call cured him also. _- '

'. .lacToding the Scientific Course, 12 0 june& 77 Fulton at., New York. ',WORKER.; and examine their style*and' prioe wheneverthey I d* not hesitate 'moment' -.
t '. visittheoity. Indian Loxeeast
Latin and (>rc k. 15 00 The U -- your to the public '
I ::: .': ; '(Payable u rrI1.1.l advance.) WIKDQW GLASS, PEKIN TEA COMPANY 'has ; all undersigned prepared to perfiw :Country Merchant caU examine this stock from most certain remedy for .&. L-tII'

.::-.,, \ < .AUWral deduoliun we for papUa in A oTk Boxes Window Glass been established many years, and has lIi' Work kindspf, such Tin u the Copper manofaetare and Sheet of light Irrr o'clock evening.. in,.thq. morning. till 10,o'clock in the .?" .he&rd0l.' .- < VJ*' ISO PIP"pabllahthls.

I AdiressS 4k V 400 lbs best alwjty maintained -high reputation : Culinary Utensils 'YOQl'l JJia.
', \\e1duy.tle.. .4.F.BROWN., ,.- For sale for Teas of the most delicious character and SlOllting,for making Houses and Tin repairlnJ :New-YorkMarch'I, .. .Ap nilS. ,: : -

--- RtfcroncrsIlou. JNO.- and at pr>ue*which have in every IngTin and Zinc Coffins Root- '' :Dr E FofantUi]apk.flnB1-" J
; ana an kinds '
work Oil Tallow Grease ,
find .
given satisfaction.! The Ohio
WILT.AXD HALL, Rev. S. 11. Wr.txoor, Aug. 19-tf ; and may be returned if Teas they are do war not appertaining to his line of business;which will be Mineral, Point.2JXQ ,1 I Jacksonville,'6'1I't.I..".". _.

., Rev. Comr; CHAMUKR. Capt. H. B. NoiasWthmugtonDel. be M they are repretented.The Teas executed with promptness and despatch. Dr E Poinsett-Sir* This Is at

MrLut Urandywina VU.e. To Company are done up in 1-4 lb., 1-2 JQOrderl for, article, or service, for the 300 bGri .OU-P, 4 \ ban been permnentlyeured et a.

., : : tag.,-11 ;lc..T.lhtAVFORo.V"r. Del.; Ker. Apo1ieths.Perfumer- 1 Ib.- packages making it convenient I country. .,'will be" promptly, attended to. ; ; gallon '75 by the use of IOU most Yalub1e .

./. .K.: ; .J.OLt- .- tInt Mediciri '''merchant to have a-great'variety "' LL.HoaAwra. -- ',' >: ., .. f.-.'.va-" Indian Loxeewt,after safleriac f iI*?Iit s

.__ _a.I_4I._ nUT.Dr. A E, Bf'pn Me :J.. Ttarh.rATr.lter Fpctort, outlay of capital. Hotel May- Bay-et., JacksonTiHe'NARSHALL 200 b"la boUt : months with thaI distretfias diseas. !
keeper P 1
JO Toilet and on 55 b "* ,
Fancy T*
Rn pet la t"
: Z. ore most
do.'dor: '
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::4.rl : .- v.r..WUm.aGaDLJ L. TilE PRACTICAL .. o(:Tea j which Teas,4 of which ; in eaik of ranooi liMtv _
: 4 1 4UI3 '27 'SMy0tUinaad of One THE sahjcriber,; having; leased the .
l.. '; S. .- over large roriety,. are done, up in three t m:: above house situated ; 850 barrel Tanner Ojl;rariow kind*and ; rl'JO'
.A. < h- -' the ase of PrnggUts : The inside 1* of lead. the second wa on. Broigutonmm .
; Woollen and : .treet; betwead .Aber40na and DraytonbreeUibrVterm'or qu1ttiesfromZ5to6oeentgpa ofL .
Hachlnery ConfeoUpneirs.; f t nt 11e pApef.and the. outside Chinese rioe pa. : 1,500 Canons, inleasx* of vartou site Formerly. l .
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Ijj Dealer Toilet and Faney -' I ,respeetfttnVlnfor : &
years nu the (
1lIs 3.:1d En kind
..1. ,!t. ;, *an4 QaaJItieafrom Ut so >
HORACE citizens of Sarannah '
EVERETT Graduate nd..the ,
the New A .
< at :'York prices'for' h,;!by .pnblio generally, -
L ...3. 'r"! Ds IL X.,O.IMFANY, JIA1r'Uos-M.u. College of.Pharmacy ia the ,' .JOHN ,A. !MAYER,*. "- that he is now prepared to reo iv boarder,;bot1l .00 entspergaBa ; ? for -. 'biwiogs DsarflOaeEott1I.tyoVLIia4:

If. .TCUUfhi.wLU promptly execute all or. Also- celebrated Recipe *1M Bronjbtoa! 'fck SAvannah Gav regular and/translentVonthf 'most' reasonable 'and'eoaree tonstoflowgruse heavy ia ; pletely of my.meobstinaU OZSPLIM
.. p tiers for nt4c nadttoolleo. MMhinejy0of alt lerd'for CAking food Soap at _. ,_ termt,; and pl dge. himself by itrict aUentioa to : aakof .machinery" it; an
-a' W i":1:: ooattASt lOt whole) 'Mills from the that wiU wash iwtter and : ": business to merit the patronage of the pubUo" Frlee 6 any neyTeq' lre4.. taJa efflcaoy:where all other med.s

'1 slsir.wset\or.tan wagta* to the Oulabins; ma'ntFltva thaa'nj other tjoan ..rar. ,A.; HIAyBR,;DaiIGGIfiT: He fntendi to make the Mars&Ul House,A nut. .r m ton OhIO cent WcaPaItIn1srralia* per pound.1 : I take pleasure tat r4aamen1ai I

', "'" $11"/ Jlliil. for PDt, or single! Alan*|s worth i ftftitlmei Lbs Brovgnton ,. ..Saranh;OsW CLAW Hotel HU table will ba,MppUa With IY' $blowtmixktprfei"4* ; .4W. ._._lUd1cf.__, '.. .V
ta'.q. ,j.tacti.I.u' ;1'3ts IfJ'very.4esrlptioa.t4. I family.Exolaciva ery luxury th4t be procured.. ._ .' ,
.. r any R8 or..a Y i7 &rt.f 'I t bi wn NatAl"w.warranted Mt tq chill la.the : ... ,'
., ., IAMl o ".&Jh ''!r I Car Machinery of aQ I United States ADd Un.' ; : OlK.of b1zainOgbisdes-; T: '" : 1.*ngfl : :,Ima:: WJt.L .JOIEfgON. ., coldest weather, and considered by Shoes ksingiz& "T.Z.I\Insstt.. 1" .
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"i' 1. ll. l. :! u1fme4'orIaprogreusotas4de .. Spirit GM Gas ." >-r r '. : f
4i; in .- .. 100 ; Lamps' Camphlae; ORN'TOO'b' beU: rfm .' : : '
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4 T 0 If_nk1 O A'f for JUU will be fornfthedtb to that amount will-pay for "8egZdkr ; : -." :'- .ttA."k.. f f!.&i 1l f!5 c \l .fQr.wbU.'I- ,:lrjf -t ; or. "4.f I '.BoW* of your rnqereJna4eadl
"pI#, ".ui..g.t Mills without be to : .. .. StatitmerrBoek N WI : .Atwbolss3vaadwta!! '17.1'ddott Ea JJellectW! i& 14e1&n \ov. D4 'lotio1. .lJ _::, LoxMBstchat Lr
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rI' Drolitrlo c..II&nfti. .. _
-- -- .1..__,-,-- canutetudandIIyi'fea, i i ,5TLV.500 bushels HesvyWhtt 'O-\TS. ." ,..L .--...- '
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