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 25, 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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TffEllNni tED STA'thS euperYJeions of sncl person as the Secretary :Coast "Surreyl, three tb on about tenmDe'fj'sou ;lion,iiuyectibii irtif sttminjMenSetKewfjf! N*-
P. BaOttderson : qf '; tb ud d 1IarII -- pl CapX Florida, sevenhumlred Wia**. figlit-vewcl
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7-j : :-; ?? ft : ;: ? : y .may' Oi 4 :- 'dollars. ., ,, /'" .. "' tflOy&eea. .y, '
Passed.tluriflgtlthfirst session of1keXhir.ty thousand dollars ; \ -, mtfkttaJh1: **,and <*
jTTO1) Kr.AKD COC SEIXOIl ,AT JULW < .YLRGIilA.t.. >Theiabpve'l uors io'bejbcated un'Jer Nppendag embracing
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first Congress. For "fo'urrspar-bonys 'in', the narbonr of r .cyjly of fdatic of worka '
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removed hli office from Colnmbi* ,-=... ?,- "t Jf For"rwo par-bttoyiat Cblncbteagfle inlet rectie9otthecoa5tuyey,, .,. teady ,
HAVING Ta.- NeWiBedfprd three hundred dollars. exvt/pK'f/ .procuring illumioatl .
to Jacksonville, Dnral County, one hundred and :Fpr'abeacon'b'nr Rebecca ) vaod ot er .' .
respectfully informs bii friends that be. will continue [PUBLIC AcNo.<60,}< T t For a'IighfVessel.tobe l mbpVedvoffMmot's For sixty doHars4 : Marquesas.and. 8hbaV'between.' itptiaratn iiuppliea and materials of all kidds, i- : -
the practice of hb profession, as formerly.' AN.ACT making appropriations for light-honses ledge.ui'td{,.the proposed,light hoise( 'oiatd. twoppar-buoya inlet beplaced at. Metompkirr thousand dollars. Dry -'Toringas"iejr, "len for build! inr and for .reboJldinjf wbe'a,nece
11> will attend at each sn1eyevy'fm of light-boats'buoys, &o., anI providing fpr the ledge be com'pletedi sixteen thousand dollars' lars- one' hundred: and iixtydo! '* MrjfanJ kWpinif in pip4. eprlbygg.l { ,
the Circuit[Court ia the eeveral Counties of "erection and ejtablhhmeatoi tame,and for > -- < .- i--- v : FbrsecnringihVlight-'hoose at the mouth houses light -'
the Eastern Judicial Circuit, 'the County of .other purposes ., ,,.,( -4i %.:j ** ?* ? ? -. For a light-boat at-Pungo'teague'creekJ'or pf'b't;"Jbhit" river, Florida. ten? thousand dol. the Unitt Swles.Tfcweliy beac MH.. b' oj of 1
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Hamilton in the Middle' Circuitthe Supreme .KHODE.ISLAND. ,. '-, ,
Be il enacted the Senate rand Iight-houe be boilfoii a 'point'of land ,, 94nd '
Court at Tallahassee and the If. &..Court at StiAugustine. by Houset of be iljitttfier; fla1ttSTht '- '
United -For aairon cari-boay to be placed on a adjoining said creek,1 as-shall be found .. ? w Ij'
All business entrusted" liis care Repicscnlalivex of the :States ofAyi'erica -- ; most *" the.Selfflarr f tbe "TreaStiry' $liall be ex,"* '
will receive prompt attention; /" in Cor.grdso.siern&lcdThat the'follb'wlngappropriations rock in the Channel leading from Narragan- expedient 6n examination, ten thousand dol For light-boat) to be moored officio; Presulent'oftheL7ght.hou5 v' jj

Address J;. P., SASDEESO ,' JacktontiHc- be, and the same are"hereby, set bay to Nanaquacket pond, two hundred lars. f- Vj1; / ,* :.\ '" pass,'or ai light-honse maybe at Aransait deemed the.Uni.truVStates ami tbe said board Boardof at.their} ? V',-' *

ptival County, Honda.Jacksonville. tfMcQueen made and..directed to be, paid out of; any anJififty/dollars.: .. For the'puVchase of anite and the i ''erecibn most expedient,npon a further examination, first meeting tbaU( proceed to ballot lot Onil f :?
Jan. 17 1850.
money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated For a dolphin or bouy to be placed on the a'light'house1 'oil' 'Jones's'*pointin and for" diaunel buoys in said channel and their m mberi a chairman, and tbe 'J"of
Izito4TTOREr,4TL4W; to enable. the S cretaryofthe Treasu'rytofcarry -' south poipt of Goats island, in.the harbor of Potomac river; near Alexandria! ;five: thou- a buoy at .Dollar! point* in-,addition the betvhnhaljrecve; .the majority, of meq b J. f .1 r

the'prbvlsiprisbf: thisv'act -into Newport;,one,hundred and fifty dollars sand dollars.;* > / i r sntn'appropriated/ light-house at! said Iota of |-boiebnrJ shall be declared If '.

effect< Provided,Jiov>tverflt a good .title lbanyJapdiVvhicfj Forjprfeervation of. the light house and For Jones's fog-hells to--placed at As- pointy: two thousand five hundred dollar' the Presklenttobe.chalrnua ofitbe .LJfl t- j'

Circmt WrtL;attend the United the Circuit Slates'Courts District In!Conrfcat'the Eastern St. itmayi be necessary to--use dike wall atGo'ats jeland, Newport harborthrpelbousaqd.fiye'JiunureiUdolfars sat eague, Smith's island and t Cape Henry : For-construct ing ,three -small -or harbor jbpnsftJBoanivrh0jitMlltia 4heabfleucc.'of; .J.:. -
TaDabasseo cannot ieiobtaiaed .reasonable terms the ,. 4 -. light-house ;seven: 'thousund-.fivej hundred light-bogses in ,tje| president boad .
Augustine; the .Supreme ; pn Galveston >bay, namely} une ole pre id ovtf,ti v'f '
and prosecute Claims for ciliiens in; any part of exclusive nghtlp'such'la'ndcannot"be 'acquired | CONNECTICUT.- *i. r dollars. ?\\i. :-. .t v t r.j at lied Fist bar,? one.'at Clappers bar,'and meetings, and Jo and.pfifonp ueb.iicto e ''

Florida against the Government at the at Washington, bycesslbn/'wbeVthe/ irite're'st'bf''the Fora lighfon the j Long !wharf, 'in' ''the For beacpa on Whit shoal,;James river, one at Half Moon shoal: fire thousand; dol- reqiif 4fby.the ruJeXpf the gbsftLf /-- f

ilher 01AnrnssJacksnvifte before Congress or ,'East Departments.JFTortrfa. United States demands it, before the 'ajiprro harbor of New-'Haretfj fire 'hundred 'deli onethoussJdoar3' : !! .s i ir1- tf.1 i Iars, in addition tu the amount(tweaty thousand Sice. 10. And *lit father fnorf TbaU) !

:4av2.J$9 .. : tf priation would by law fall, into the surplue la'rs.'J n *P6t beacon lights'on Day's'polatrrjn dollars) already-apprepriattdfcrraitght' Jhe ,f ffhj- houe IOTr/'sh| U i.4tter ;
fund, in any and alPsucIi'cases the appropriations : Point -of i Shoals rand ..on 'Jordan's point, house on Red Fish Bar. '<. time* in eac year for the lrtruaeUen of
JOHN KRSK1NE, shalj he applicable to the objects EWVORK James river, fifteen thousand dollars. general an Vpciial'busineVi w'ch'.liieefii p.
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(LATE QT QCIKQT, OADSDEH;COUNTr,) for which they are made at'any.time wiibin Fora light-house on Point Au Roche. For a beacon light on the shore opposite CALIFORNIA. trt.commence On the first Monday in' Iarcb, *' -. ;. .

Attorney at Law two years after the first meeting of the Legislature on the"west side of Lake Champlain, five Lyon'a creek, five thousand dollars For be placed on Sunken- June, Septemher,', ami 'pecembe.i; 1iA{ ttit.: a .
in'any State wherein such land may thousand"dollars. **" For a large buoy on the tail of the Horseshoe rocks, in the Bay qf.? San .Francisco, under the Secretary bf Ibe Treasury1 is bereby Sthofized'lo j -

Jlt located In in Jacksonville all the counties, and will in the attend Eastern the be situated, subsequent to the passage of this For six BPar-bouys in the Hudson river "shoal, iu the Chesapeake bay,' five the direction of the Superintendent of Coast convene the Ltcbf-hbtise'B&tA .
Circuit and Middle Courts Judicial Circuits, the Supreme Court act, to wit: between Albany and Troy, four hundred hundred dollars. Survey, one thousand dollars.. wheneveriahi8"ft....-...,. ...... -eiTieiie: ;. '
of the State,and the United States District Court MAINE.- and eighty' dollars. For two spar bouys to be placed"at White For a'beacon lluinboldrs harbor 'near ofthe-sercemay require'it. T r> 'r.t -- .'

for the Northern District of Florida. For a beacon light on Black Rock pier, point and Elbow point,'in Mnshapingo bay, North pit, to be'located by the officers of Srxrl ii:: And be further 'enacted; That 1r' *

F Hit time ft devoted exclusively to the Legal jn ofcrtion. .. light-house on the Nubble, Cape Ned. six linndred 'dollars., one hundred and sixty dollars. the" coast survey, five thousand.dollars'., r' the Secretary the Treasury be, and' be-b .. !
lich, York, fire thousand dollars. To rebuild the foundation of the For two 'For"a light-bouse"at'tbe hereby "
in the basement under the "Republi- repair spar.buoys-tobe placed to Idoy harbor at La required, to cause saen clerks- its' ate -
can"::1-Office printing office.' ly may 20 For dumb beacon on Haddock's ledge, )light-house on the breakwater at Oswego, out Occahonnock creek- one(.hundred- and Pointe, on Lake Superior, five iLonsand dol now employed,on lighthouse 'duties in the > a. ,
in Pen bscotbayfiv hundred dollars?' five thousand dpllar's.! sixty dollars. o- .: lar?. ,,. / "" Treasury Department to transferred d1 the. 1't *

OSCAR HART, For Jones's fog hells ;o be placed at Cape .. For Jones's fog-bells!! to be, placed at the NORTH CAROLINA: : ,Fo; the erection ofa, light-house? at Santa' Light-house Board 'without-any/change'of f !

A 1 TORNE Y AT LA IF. Elizabeth, Sequin,. Whitehead and West Sandy Hook and Thrdgg's Neck light-house, For .Jones's bell be Crnz, California, thirty thousand dplIatsVr salary;' arid to pro vide tbeii"necessary accod' 1

Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house QupilJyhead light houses, ten thousand dollars. five thousand dollars.. Bald head light-house.'at fog .to the placed near Fprjthe completion! of light-bouseijnCa!- modarions the1 secretaries and elerka? for | :

f Forsyth street For a new light ship to take the place of Cape Fear river thousand'six' entrance of ifornia andprcgon, pile hundred and twenty the preservation-'of th'e archives, imodefof ;i. \*
WILL practice in the several counties of the For the erection of a beacon on Loze 'sledge thafripw moored off Sandy hook., twenty dollars. -, hundred thousand dollars. drawings, &c., &can4 for holding the meeting .,, I
Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the in l)6rtsnioulhharbpr,1ji/an addition thousand dollars. For ,For light-boats other means for rendering of the tx-ard; and-that' be eanM''ta be 3 .
collection claims against the United States for to an appropriation of five hundred dollars For light house on the eastern assistance transferred to the officers "
the of the .
y Military services, acd for Horses lost, or other completing light-house on Gard point of banks the to wrecked mariners and proper Lighthouse "
Boiirge at entrance
: property lost destroyed bjvtroops in said service. by the act of September twenty-eight, eigh ner's island in addition to the, appropriation Beaufort harbor, five thousand of others on the coast of the United, States, to Board:all the archives, ,bookj docwf .. v
Also,claims for pensions; disabled soldiers,or teen.hundred and fifty, five hundred dollars. of six thousand 'dollars! by the act of March For dollars. expended under the control and direction menl<, drnwingsVmo Eels. returns, apparatus, | *
he widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. For two spar-bouys on the Eastern arid third, eighteen hundred .and fifty one, one two buoys to be placed in the month of.the Secretary"of the Treasury, ten tbou- &c., &c.f belonging to the hight.hoseeaz.y 1.
Also,claims for bounty land to officers and soldier Western Sisters, at the entrance.of Ti'scataque thousand'dollars. Alligator river, Albemarle sound, two santhdol1ars.'t ., l: (hmeftU of the Uniletl.States. ,-, S4 .'
,and the widows and orphans of deceased officers hundred dollars. tr .
and soldiers. r-iverone bup4redai&i.sixt-dollars. For erecting a beacon on the sand-spit in For a to be .For testing'the apparatus of %Wilsonand SEC. 12. And; tie it fvrtkerttnactedi.'Ibat I
placed the
Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, Forrebuilding'the Ught-hthise aid k eper's in the harbor Sag Harbor, in addition to en J of Falker's shoal in on Croaton northeast Meacham, for illuminating light-houses, one it shall be thehulyoftbeUghv.houseBoad, ;- ?
to exaining titles and records,' and ascertaining house on Boon islands, twenty-five thou the appropriation of seven hundred dollars eighty dollars.* sound, thousand dollars; to be expendedunder the immediately afler.bein :

j claims to lands. e sand dollars. made by' the act of March third eighteen For direction of the Secretary of the Treasury. range the Atlantic,1 Gulf, pacific,, andi Lake ,
. All business attention entrusted and all to'instruments him will .of meet writing with For a beacot- on Steels ledge, in Penob- hundred and fiftyonepur. hundred and, fifty the buoys of to Currituck be'placed in'' North rver, in SEC. 2. 4nd be it further enacted. That coasts ofthe United'States -intp; lgbthous9! :- i
prompt ; county onehundred Col!-
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will be executed by him with neatness and despatch scot bay, one thousand dollars. 'dollars. lars. the Secretary'of the Treasury be< and hereby districts* noterceeding! tvelfe in/nnuiben ,
For a liglit.houe-attkc.easterjy end of a For three bouys to.mark- the. entrance of For first class is, authorized to cause* the.ligbt-bcuse built1 and the Pr&ifentjs hereby authorized aiw. .
Jacksonville Jan 25. 1 851.. tf thoroughfare between North Haven and Stoney- Brook harbor, Long Island three on Fryingpan a light under boat to' be moored* ing's and land belonging''thereto, 'at Otter required to direct that an bfficerpf the armj & : :
ehoal the
.t Vinalhaveh Herring Neck the direction of creek in the State of or nayymayhe assigned to eactdisticj.
or on as hundred .dollars. the ; Michigan to be"sold! j., .1 -
: Joseph S, Baker, H. D, Department shall determine, five thousand For repair'pf the pier at the mouth of the he built Superintendent of'the Coast-Survey, to and on payment of the consideratiorr" agreed a ligbt-house inspector, subject and under, .

; PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE,MIDWIFERY dollars. Genesee river,and the erection of beacon- under on the the direction most!approved of plan and 'model 'ria'val for'into the treasury of the United States, to the orders,of:. |he ,Lijht-house, BoanLjWha* i I 2'shallrecevsfor

AND SUKGERY.OJJiu For beacons bouys, and spindles'at points light on'the same, twenty-six hundred dollars. architect a' competent make; execute and deliver all needful con such service'the samepay|: ** ..
and fitted with
on flteltorntr of Marlet and Forsylh a life boat, of the and arid "emoluments! that" he would be
on the Kenncbec river, five thousand dollars. veyances same, the special jurisdiction ; e'AtiUed j
Streets! opposite the Court House. ;" : S For the, erection of- three ,small beacon- duplicate moorings, and be fog bell; the illuminating of the United States over the same to b> I4wforihe perforovahce of duty in tb' ;

. JACKSONVILLE, FIJI.. For Jones's fog-bell, to 'Le 'placed 1 near lights on-the Hudson at.the south sizes apparatus to cbmposed. large shall thereafter cease.' regular line of his profession arid no'Otherf c '

Cct.16. tf.J. the light house at Petit M nan; 'two' thou point of.the island east of Bafnn island, neat parabolic reflectors and -Argarid lamps, Sc 3./And 'be it further enacted, That except the legal allowance per tnie| ,>Tiirb a* is
sand hundred the produce a light properly distinguished, the Secretary of the is travelling under orders1 connected jwith 'hl*r .
ZHpRobert Baker, five dollars' the north pbintlof island opposite and thirty thousand dollars Treasury hereby authorized '
ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT JA1V For bonys to be placed on Old Man's cast of,Cor/man's bar, and one on the point For four, large jbuoys ,to ,mark the, two and' direciedto 'apply the money duties' '--':! t, ,- VStc. g- ,_
JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA.Aso ledge, at the entrance of Penobscot bay, five of the island at the mouth of Schodack channels over Fryingpanshoals; to, be con appropriated by the act of march third, eighteen j renactedjTbathe \

Commissioner Deeds for the following hundred dollars. ,, channel i opposite Null rocks, fifteen structed and located >un . States of the Uni. ii : For the erection of beacons on a reef of hundred dollars. the Superintendent of the.Coast Survey one of a light-bouse at Holuies's Hole harbor,' to consent !arid approbation of the'Secretary erf' ,

Maine, JK-lan-ure. Georgia, ledges at the entrance of Camden'harborj For ten additroaispar.'bauys in the bay thousand six hundred dollars- the erection of three beacon or .bug lights atsaid the and is,.author'aed arid required

Vermont, 'Maryland- Alabama, one near Npgroi&Iandand one near Northeast of'New Yprki five hundred dollars. For.Your second class to- mark the ; Holmes's.Hple harbor, according to the ,to cause t be prepared arn distnbu-.
1lusacLu'eLtt'c New York, North Virguiin.Carolina, ., Ttxju Mississipp point } and for placing bouys onotherledg- Fora spindle i or beacon to 1>es'placed on Main and Oak.Island channels..I ading .intotheCapeFear recornmendatipp.jnthe report of the superintendent i td among liKhl-keepers inspecforaj'an .
Pennsylvania, South Carolina. es in said! )harbor, onetlhousan .dollars. the extreme eastern point of the"nofth'forkof river, in addition to the of the coast survey. others employed in the light-hdUfte establish .
buoys :B c4,.AlIt oe rr /wr(4er"enncrcitrisai uu.nt---_ *- r-v -' '_-'" '.' > *_-i' m7tioris ,
31-'o2-tf For erection of'.beacons or spindles arid Long Island, three thousand dollars, : cpr r '
mar __ now authorized to be constructed and located the sum of thirty thousand dollars appropriated as sliallbe/.hecessdrf for"securingai* .
11. -i. t'1tiiOii, placing of bouys'bii"the harbor ledg'es' at lh'6' entrance -:' NEW JERSEY, under the direction of the Superintendent of by the.act approved March third eighteen i efficient, uniforrii. and ecbnpmicaljsystem; of
of thousand
ATTORNEY AT L.1 JV.J Narraguagus ; one For a monument on Mill reef, in the Kill the Coast Survey, one thousand dollars. hundred and thirty-one,"for the erection !administering light-hpuse.'establiigbmeiit,, ,-

J HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and dollars. Van Kill passage, four thousand dollars. For six hollow buoys for the, waters of of a.light-house on Flyn's Knoll, he and the of the United States, and to secure respond; '
.4 will practice in -the,Eastern,and. Southern Cir- For.the} erection of.a harbor light on a Cape Fear, one thousand, three hundred and ;
For can-bquys to beplared; in the inlet, same is hereby authorized to be, applied to aibilityjrom them, whicli'rulefsf, iegulatidos
vuiln, tli<- uir Muc Omrt of L1i9.$tnte, suit in point of laud lying west of the entrance of dollars. .
IheU.TS. $lUu.ct .4>ur'lfurtlte .Xuriln-ni I'itrictvf Buck's harbor, in Brooksville, three thousand leading in Little.Eggharbor, one thousand twenty the erection of twoirahge( beacon-lights for and iristrnctibn.", wh rt ;apprbvedr l1, > | ,
.friuriiL&: leu.l'J, L.iL.L; (. five hundred dollars. dollars. -. SOUTH CAROLINA.For Godney's channel, to:be placed near Point respected obeyed'until Jaltered''andir n>*inii ,

For-treclihri of ibo1jyiandtypin- For a beacon to be placed on the shoal in a> bell-boat to -be' moored, at Cape Comfort, iii the.State 4'of' 'New;,Jersey and lied' 'by' the same.'authority ?:&
HOPKINS & HUAIIAM Newark bays known as.the West lights'or the'.Swash channel SEC.14' JnIbetfurthereiictidaTit'shall ;
dIes between Owishead and Whitehead lighthouses Oysters Roman shoal, three thousand five hundred two range beacon
Attorurjr'a at Law, and through Muscie channel bed and bug;lights on the Elbow beacon dollars.' '' of the harbor of,NevyYork; to be placed be the.duty.of the LighthousejBoari'to .

OFFICE mt PALATICA, E. Fla., thousand.dollars., RUge and Set off point,.aud for replacing the .fog- For a harbor light to be placed on the battery on Staten island, near the Elm Tree beacon, cause tbepreparedytengineersec.j' :

WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business four For the erection of four bouys it Golds- bell at the Passaic light house, three thousand in the harbor of Charleston, five hundred and to be constructed.unde.r the direction of retary.of the board, or bysucbofficeroeni .
entrusted to their care will bo promptly'attendedto. dollars.. dollars. the topographicalbureaui arid according to ginecrs of the arms as may ,be detailed" foi ;
.. February 19, 1852.-tf: borough at the following places'f one oil the for bony in New Inlet Great recommendation of the light-house board .
one Egg -
southeast of CalfIsand! 'the For three iron buoys to be the i that servicet"aH "plans, 'dra'wirigsir. sperclficajtions. : : ;, ,
tf. point one on
cad OJ-Savannah their bill to RtfrMtcan;thU'office.please publish and of the Middle off Stone harbor, and threebouys in Hartford, two entrance of the harbor of Georgetown, 'six and the superintendent,of the coast survey; arid estimates of cost, of.alt rlfumina--. '
western point ground hundred hundredand thirtydollars..' and for a large" iron, floating bell-beacon, ,lp ;ting and other apparatus,; and of constructipoi -

OSSIAN B HART, sunken Island ; rock one pn at,the IIafrtide]entrance ledge Flanders, ondpne on bay a dollars.MARYLAND.. For two beacon or lange lights on South be Flyn8 knoll, under.the direction and of'repair of* tbwefi buildings&>4"n .
of the supeninten4ent9tthe, coast sur- .the, IighthJuse'estabtrshmenJand --
ATTORNEY AT LAW two hundred dollar For afog.beltoh]} erected at the lighthouse Island point-and one.beacon rangeilijhl : : ,
'with the main .. .. no hid or contrae( halbe.aeceptedp|| .
Island vey-----
North : '
knoll on range iSEC. : .
KEY WEST, Vl\, For repairing or reconsfncting the stone bn'Seyen- foot ;atthe]mOuth of '
cnided That ,
the entrance of Georgetown harbor, 5,< And be farther entered into except upon the decision of the'l.oard .
Practices the Dnt! a Staled and State Courts beacon 9,1,Buck ledge. Penobscpt river, five Patapscp'riverV'two'thousand: five hundred- light five thousand at dollar.s. if such personas the)Secretary,ol the (Treasury at a regular or special rneerinjtnl !
of the Southern LJistritt of Florida. huridi d dollars. dollars. ,
shall in of officers fSEC. 41
shall designate, report, any their properlyauthorized ;<*
July _ _ through
For slr to be in Pocomoke' ALABAMA
10tfJAMES NEW HAMPSHIRE. spar bouys placed ; the cases herein provided,for,that prelimina- 15. And be:it further enacted, That, 'j 4
M,-BAKER, sound and the entrance of Chesamissig For an iron'floating bellbuoywilh'heavy! rveysre necessary to,determine the hereafter nil materials construction M&
),_ $ 4 For a beacon on Willey's ledge flnd\pparboujon harbor, four hundred and eighty dollars, and in 'respect complete,' light boat houses beacons '
every light-house or of
TTOpEYATLAW, Half-way rock in the bf moorings site o| a proposed ( repair light light-vessels, ;
harbor F iabeacbn'likht to be placed at ForfSoe' the entrance of Mobile bay:, four thou- .ascertain mor& fully be :
A1lioJ9 Co2ismMa Co., East Floridd.M Portsmouth eight hundred dollars ( for beacon. r, bnoyyj &c.&tf'phall procured by.i public;
.-I-__ *_ j'WHIT_-- -_ '__ !! the Palapsco river, when said sand,Collars,; / *"' ; what the public exigency demands,.the.SecT contract.- ', nAder 'uuch-,regulations' uittw .
SMITH MASSACHUSETTS. fort shall be so'far'completed as to r.eceiVethe' Fo'r ix'Jar'ge'iron'c ti'and 'nun* boys, to retary of the.Treasury shall thereuoon direct board mayfrom'-time to time adopt; -subject :

; For a light- boat near Succonesseh slio'al), same'fifteen hundred dollars be properly'distinguished,'and to'be'moored' the superintendent of tbe survey of the. coast (a the approval of the Secretary of the Tre*"

ATTORKETSAT Columbia Co. LAW East, Florida.3OHNOrHATELEY, north channel Vineyard sound, twelve thou' For a'bouy' to be placed'over a wreck in pOintsoftte: west bank, the middle of the,United States, to perform .such, duty *ury, and alKworks of construction renova-j '
Alligator, ,, sand dollars. .- Hobjier's straitSj in Chesapeake bay, eighty ground and the south west'point:of the Spit, on the seaboard, and the colonel of the corps lion and repair'shall be made by the order?

For three bpnyg jn Holmcs's Hole harbor, dollars. -. < two* thousand one'hundred dollars. :' of topographical engineers to perform such of the board, under the immediate attendance

three.hundred dollars.Fothierectionbf ,' For a bell to be"placed 'pn 'one' of the 'Fpr'a buoy on the northwest of 'north duty on the norlhwesternj lakes, r of their engineer secretary, or of such engi .J

TTOitiVEir: AT XA W a beacon 'and tt the repair light-boats' mCiiesapeake / be"desigriated west Pelican shoal, two hundred dollars: SEC. 6.And be.; it further enacted That- neer of the army as maybe detailed for thafc .

OFFICE, BLOUNPS FERRY,' of beacons and for bouys in the harbor by thevSecreary'bfjlbe'Treashry"tw'phundred ( For''four 'wooden beacons fitted with sixth the officers so directed shall forthwith.enter. purpose V--.MO; '
cQLtMULAEoUfl-: of Newburyport, two thousand'dollars. dpllars. order; Fresnel lenses or with a single twenty upon the discharge ,of the .duty, and,, after 'S.Kc: l(>.'And be it' :'further enacted That'irshallbe ',

-WSl- raclitt in fie.Court* of the Eastern For a beacon on Fawn bar, ,iiear ,Dear r./ .. ., .. M1CIIGANt one inch parholic reflector each, to be erected fully ascertaining the. facts, .shall,.report.: the'dnty bf the Light-house Board '
island harbor in addition on Sand Island and Mobile- point, four'thousand First 'whether the proposed facility to ..navf.gatiou urHin"tbe See-5
Ja9rict.. in .Boston to jhe buoys jn\Sagan'aw bay and at ,the to furriish? 'requisition'of -
-rpt.1I tf.Cermnissioned former appropriation, one' thousanJ'dollars. month of aganaw,river, six. hundred dol-, dollars > is the most suitable for the, exigency rat ry of th"s Treasury; all1, the estimates'o ;'. i
.- ir For two Iron spindles on the northeast lars. : For screw-pile beacon on Revenus point which, exists And second, where it should expense"which, the seyeril'' ianeb *">f tkrf-

Edmtuid Whiuiey, ledge of the Graves and ron Harding's ledge For A.beacon light, on Round island in three thousand dollars.AILof .' be placed if the interest of commerce,;demands light.tiouse *rice niyif.equireJaaJi; such' ': 'Ihe 4 4othe

and-legally qualified as in Boston harbor, in addition to the,.former Lake; Superior,.;'near the entrance of, the; / : the above-buoys and beacons to be it. Third, i if,, the thing, proposedbe information 'tut' mav. _, ?equireJ,"W .

K a areruti r for appropriation, .thousand,,dollars. river St, lilarie,'four thousand dollars. .,. located under the direction'of'the' Superin not;the tht'iriiiable-whether'iL is expdiimprovement.- lad.befor ConressthectdIflm 1 fl &
wria Count tendent of the Coast purvey. to'makeany.other kind of ** '
jr For a light-boat near Killpond bar, pr a For'fand.tbeirenioval-.oftthe ent rneht of eachVsessidri.i > '
Ma/be found, when his services tr&des1red, on light-house the vicinity oHt asoh'exitij- and house at the month it Fourths whether the proposed light has any, And be it enai -
: tight house keeper's .. ,MIsrSWP1 I and 'ifBo SEC. 17. further _,
.lights, ,
:- ination may be% thought most expedie'nt, of.Clintoo.rjiyefr'oi Lake SuCJajr, five tboosand. For the.-erectionof a'highlhouse at. of connexibrV/'with'be located as tp sub- all acts and-'parts of act*- iriconsislebtwftbthe ..
twelve thousand dollars v-I t .*{ J, !/tx- wbetherU cannot >q; ions of this act
;-3 U-J.T i dollars. *mty. -v-r r1FQaligt.b9USeat s, <; > the cntrance\of East Pascagoula river an&he'Iocal wants pruvi. are hereby repeaUJed
BOSTON* & GUNBY 1'COTTON1FACTORS ,.j F9r aspabquy1pu the .mouth of, .South. near instead! of ,,i. former 'appropriation,. .iivethousand serve both the general And!, fifth, whether'iberee and'all acts- and parts of acarelatiatOsthehigbt.bonaee1tabbshmaftt'OftheUaIte1-
; trade and navigation
fle'ct harbor, seventy-five dollars' Black riYertifiyHhousawd ;jlpUarsV1SCONSJN dollars.. i .... .; of other farts ofi'Lieflaa'e
;v. AND t .-.. For a bcuv boat' "on Great Rip/ five/hun- -. I '4 *$! : light.hpuse; ihe.wes end of.Ship any, and.if any, .what Stales, not incqn istent with the proTisiooatof
PEJfERAI.C lIM1SSION3flflC1fAiVTS. rdollas.- ---- \ -* I CI > > Fpr.a renewal of /oririejr' jap'p'tbf'p'riatipn.fpr ] touching the>nbject.- thi* act and :necessary:,tO'ienable tbftr :

CorittrfcC kffersoiStreersA For a bouy-boat on sand shoal near-north' ar'iioys'i't'tte entrance o Nee'nahor leland, being'a this //twelve; ,tho'usanddollars. : :Six 24nd bdit-.i further nflrf cf-Tbat Light-house Board under.theranpernt-e... ;i ,

LNIi GA. Foc erJlye hundred.dollars. ..,,, purpose, fiall peedilrjas .
end Bas8Ripj iveiiun4re4 dollars.,. .The | ""*" ali.suchi reports as may diuce'.pf the\Secretary- the Treasurytdt
301* LOSTON. ;'uttN CViBT above bouys to be located under the direc.tioR 1 For a Jight-houseat"th npYthern puUeiofVVinebagb buoys,.i in:Cat, ., and- jShipJJslandliarbors.'tOjbe \ be, bo, laid before;th> ccrejary of the Trea perforrnaIdnties ieiaaghsuianag.c '

October_ 3o,1M: : tf;: ; i Clbc( Superintendent of Coast Surv.'eyi lake five"thbusarid'dollajfc",7, ; .;Forjii ne located.under! the. direction of suryand; auchaitaautho'riZMn* 'work rn.-nt constrnctiorii il1uminatioajnspeeI.oo .
.: bV'tnoored .Forthe removal Jbr.the JigLtJbbuseMilyfftukie'a'nd'rebnilding. t wittJOuLlarthers Itislation behalJorth|
Forw fircIaJTgd-Vissel to Coast-Survey ; and superintendence oil1ght-hOuses11.rrgbt4
E. .Jtf; MOOHE, & 0,0. .the sadatand. the.fe fSupermtend4nt"pf ttKe.!: vithi l.oihpfwise.suebfe"pertsv btacohp- seamarks and thei& ,
'7l on or near the new south shoal l off NanluckCt dollars., with proceed vessels
GENRALt : under the ditctoa-pftheSuperinteudent: 1il wiuicj.. ..bayifive eighteen hoodred Bball be laid.before CongreR *t the i>exten. essonieiinciuding the'procnningand ies.. .

COMMISSION HERCHANTS AND thamndEilOlk5.i. T" i', i- session but..iu all .case.-herft-itbe materials ott '
of"the Coast Survey, to bt built,,uuder the : dir ctor. or.afompe.tent naval achitec 'and 01110 For.the.exatni nation-and sutvey; of_Ship person designated, by ,tiu'Secretary-.1the alt kulds for illuminating budding an4e-t -

.-u fitted:Xi-ilh'it'iife-bbatj ,idaglicate; rnbonngs For nibt irtJuse 'rlnge fitiUrat or ftoal- and Raccoon 'point.ijoaAhc coast of Treasury,doi:report such, reliminai'y: .xaminationa's ; butlJirie when necessarymaintainingiuidi -'- :

arid: fog-bell; the 'illuminating, apparatus&to ; Mauinee bay or the mouthbrMaumeerlrer'five'thousand'dollar'sT I.ouisianaitb.rfereflce to the location and expedient, the provision*: *5 nin>in gooil repair tbe lightboorpuoys.and ;; :
near thcjieadof and.the procuring a'plari shall'witbout elay be carried;'..intoexecution. ,1,1t
be of large size parabolic reflectors'and -At* ,, erection of a lighthouse tbis-act tC't t,. acqii ; .
laoipsyto produce ajigjit prpperly., I gand ; of.b'uoys; >; ;; '
chan? -
be for
-- which,shall be seen as far as the Sister,Ulandind the' erilraric'e ,'of,''yjtnreebu j For,three spar-buoys *Staitfs'A'hd'Is it further 'enacted; That srctioa bf, tbeaa makiigappropriation'*
.LOpDkco., etc va oii of the anfirh above the?Je"vet"6f dred ollirs; ; -/, ':' ; Z nel of a harbor of refuge iat:Horn island, the-President be; andhe hcreby i aUthor Iight-thou e8, ligbKTesspls l>u r5rSw, ap-.
.Factor* $nd ComnUaaloa )XrJ ti tvill jpermittibTrty thousand dollars. ,and Pass Mississippi be pJacedbythe: : Coast arid required'' to;;appoint- Immediately proved .March tbiruVjsei u ,b-yidrei tsd ,
i nTfV.11S % ea Ikjepafybrtbe'Jjgbthouse, pier, jzeJ
SAVAKf AUJ GEOUGIA, dollars. -- fift.ieare-ben.y dftlareJ to be in fit,
two hunJredjand forty 6f1bls'ac( two ofiicers ol
'at Survey the passage ,
ForJ nes's fog'.belUIatBakerVisland after
pf Huronton ,
> ; ij fljfr f f tfiay.trert; nrer-heaCmllieTiarbor; ''
: efect'.aa.
j $ "! ? officer bf the orceand V-- ":*** the **ur.o ,
and. t UceP / -bulist Idol! tt; t bighrank, one '
tb'c-efttraricVb/; Jiarbor | the Jsgbt-bcube Ubusand. : F9fllflA the tiaVyt'"of ajtod rKisielfr ",, :,
Strict ittMtioii will b*rircn to UiUalo CoUUo eCo'd'fiTe''ibodsand. dollars.Fer'a'bouy'id .. k ., t 'of''engineers'of the'army, one officer Ihpugrt tbla : *
pinfCCat corps
< Jars. ,Iqr 1o aSE aflii nun.bqoy., onet9 TJiafoA'' s'attty ,*haU /'ow- '. -4
,or other produe *4}jberaladvaBc s, ad brtfac 4'rok&n': tnrf atYrmillto Jar Jr9n of'thie'cprpsrbft6pograpaical engineew'of .
rcnioyjng.tke iight, oqrhe end ? ,,
HULurvbrwbo '
S placed dri i
& scienttific to'any
high' -
Vineyard un&iearPoint31n'h1o light1 b t ** < ; the1army'and; two1, ,
1IJdolnl l '
JpUNW.CS.LbtJ0. ips; & & key --- services be at aiI D.b.oM a'nI+ .
hOueeonelundre4 and tvreity[ 1611ars. j :: aUainmcut may ,
Jan.224,1832., fy fjt < ittFQtJQt4eplCe&9V 2lr : ; '
f iUtawy snet
Boca of and aitr officer maybe m
the/Presidentf/ .
the'tlisposaj '
ft MMe" : tior 1i .t-r-t. :? :- !- '
uhdrediid h DELAWRE. fojipdollars. of the" : an?bffica/eitgineerr*f
vessel tucconsset. lighthou3eUeat Cqfl1'a : nayyih/ .
General1 CommMeL.* ;zecli3ntsr Jen14dflrr'tabiteIono a. lie) army'a*secretaries who'snall eon'stitujethe uLii'tlLl tt; -
J..Zf'r W'a'T ...ahpn'river to the,up- pheslDryijtructe4 llhe rght-hduse'Board'of United States,:j htI
st trcctCoriper NJ4Lane, >>i7cu> I" _
j 4 VyMer$ WtYovk, acothbinazioizcfbothfngjite1inqe4g5 ;per p"*!fit the |hoa| knowa :be J earsJifoBr ---1 Ufc-1 HVe power;totadoptittch'yules; lbej..igIt) h c 1
WILL14id TIDty1 all butuiaentruste4 eqitnicej1Bosoi aftdrMw igbtX ouars W i sIt Bad regu1at for the"go'e .Li; er:briotheV person"la any tnanaerwitH'tha < U
M their .Vart&uJar fat ( ,._ -.t. lr enq ; beI -Ci
isarc attention gin'f ( ?.: H> r gpb !- Jtgbt tseiiriee-ju*
!. -Cottonl Lumber; Timber aa f Turpentine j ) harbpr'upon a j4au ot aprveuej or tbeCOnAtriCtnbl4 I ivt-Ls. i'-j iaj: t.-iM. i i '14e4UI
< s1lummtw&Ucl4nE
Ipp9ve4 attacbed'lo I
ise of go414sj trat fobua1n tfor thI ii light hous ou The'b'board eoastitnted shall be I '

VLAberaI adraneementa made. on,consignments.h %he fcb m<iitpOfiib4 ;mia ;; h T flelaware bay 3bd'bffiO1 th Stcretar'f th'ThsuryI -

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<< .. Hlumiiiiition, or i in'jjny' article of supply for"i4f. lured by pirates, whether within the ')limits'i : things'not comprehend in tbe articles of con- or private banks, sbtlfr, .in any event of llllIIHIPIIWIHtJACK8PNVILLE! t & QU
J.. Uir lighl-ltonse wrYice of ibe United States. of its junsdictionor"on ,the, high I sea.and'.traband eXplicitlf enumerated and'tlassified," *.t.M"of ,'sequestered .EecamMa.' BEBAE

i ,. eio.!, "A tJ_31tUTTIlE \: maybe carried-or found in the'riveris'rod'*..aVaboveV shall be held'and' considered ,a or cfs.te. ,.. -fs% .. .r Santa"Rosa W.'W.llrnrt.!

': ". PUKSIDKHT OF THE milTED ba'f portjC:or,dominions of the other I .' 'free/ind>ubjeclsof'free!: nd4lawful com? ART, 27. Botbjihft contracting parties, : Walton-J. W. Bowers.
p. ,.. 1TT& II OF ASIKIUCA.* deltveiedup to the-\ ert1' they jiroringindite merce; so;that they carried and transported b inK desirous of avoiding: ,inequality in
1' a -. and 'p'roper.fonrt before in may both the and Tbundaf .NoTember 25 Jackson-N.-.. Long,
F rights thej: rest by their public:-communications __ 18. Wi 1
; t A Vfr ')cr4Uu.TIOX. ,competent tribunals: it being understood contracting parties! even to places belonging official l intercourse, havej.agreed, and do Thomas M._ WkiU.Holmes ." l
'S'., .4. Whereas A' tneral Convention of Peace, that the clam should be made within to an enemy, excepting only those places agree, to giant to the envoys, ministers, and z. The Editor of the Republican i i. com- -Fenncll.

,';1" : ':, Amity, Conmrrce. Navigation, between the term of year, by the parties which are at that time besieged or blokde other public : tbe same'favors, immunities to be absent from Jacksonville for a .
.; : ..JheJ!!% Iniled) ; Stales t of America and the R pnbt Sl"et their attorneys, or agent of ther. and to avoid all dobt in this and exemptions sent whiCh those of .the. .., In. the meantime' letters 'on \VubingnSbrl EfD .
,. .
'. nt. tl'lmtellla1a"as concluded and signed respective governments. j i: declared that those places only are besiegedor most favored nation shall enjoy, I business for the .
. ( :i nin the'Citysnf: Guatemala,by their respective ART. 10. When any vessel lielonging to, blokaded"hih are actually attackedby bin ,u Iderto that whatever favors, im-: office, or cmmunieatio.for Franklin-B. F. Simmons..

, j q PlenipoU-nliarie., on the thinl day of March the citizens of either of the contracting parties capable of preventing muntll'f privileges the United States Ol publication, will be received by Mr. T. Gadsden A. Ki.Allison, 1 G. (

s r.,. in[ the nu..r our Lord one thousand eight L "hal be wrecke foundered, or snail the entry. of the neutral Americ'or the republic Guatemala may C. Andrews, who ha charge of ou r printing D- L Kenan, A Love. cF'
!I- ,: :: '"litmdred;; MEl forty nine; which) Convention Iuf any .tamaf. the coasts or within I ART..18. The'articles of contraband be find it proper to five the ministers 'an public office daring ourabsenee. 'Leon-M. D. Papy B.
;::3: t. ,,be'utgin the .English nnd Spanish languages other, there shall be fore enumerated and classified,, which may agents of any other power, tbe R Cap '
.I'.: iiS word far word, as follows : given to them all assistance and protection, j i be found in a vessel l bound for -an* enemy's tame act, be extended to those of each of jnn.m-nt ..Mr. Clay. Green Cbaires. R. A. Shine.Wakulla .

.: tift' ,4 "Ge"fdM, ; o'ticmorJK'.ce.; ), unity, in the same manner which is usual and cus- 'I port, shall be subject to detention, and confiscation the contracting parties. -John & Mooring.
ri; : r""" tidn Tlst on, between the United commercer r tomary with the vessels of the nation where leaving free the rest of the cargo and ART. 28. To make more effectual the pro. We are pleated t observe that a rrojec Jell rson-3. Caraway Smith, JohnpysonJ.
!*' .' America and the republic of Guatemala. the damage happens, permitting them to unload -" the ship, that the owners mar dispose of: tection which the United States of America is on foot at Washington, to organize an F. Dewitt.. Y.
'i ,101 The United States of America and "ihe the said vessel lil ) of its them No
re3 necessary as they see proper. vessel of and the republic of Guatemala shall afford association for the of
t :. ** pnblic (If Guatemala, desiring: to make firm I merchandise effects, without exacting for I I either of he two nations shall be detained in future to the navigation and commerce of rarp erecting a Madison-L.M. Mole Thomas la ,,
"':.I1 : nnd permanent the peace nnd friendshipwhich I it any duty, impost or contribution whatever, 'I on the high seas on account of having on the citizens of each other, they agree to NATIONAL memory of the ford. -

J!.fr; .,. happily prevails between both nations provided the same be exported. board articles of contraband, whenever the receive and admit consuls and vice consulsin illustrious CLT. Hamilton J. Poibill.
';t oj have rcsi>lvi-d lo fix, in a clear! dis- ART. 11. The citizens: ; of each of the i master captain, or supercago of said vessel the ports to foreign commerce,, This movement is seconded by Senatorsand -
.'v. I I u t I.) : \' the I rules I : which I shall I int I contracting parties shall have power, to dispose : \\"i deliver up the articles of contraband to al shall enjoy open in them all the prerogtives in without Columbia-".Baolrtson,TV.Duval .11.

| ,:* f .!: future be religiously: observed between the of their personal goods within the captor, unless the quantity of such articles and immunities, of rijtht Represelalives Congress -A."S. Baldwins. 'JJiAAJehaaPbiip

.t.- one and the oilier, by means of a treaty or jurisdiction of the other, by sale, donation, be so great and of so large a bulk that L of the most favored nation; distinction of party, and will no doubt be Dell.

" ;t. general convention of peace, friendship.1 teslament or otherwise, and their represen they cannot. be received on board the capturing each contracting party, however, remainingat aided and encouraged by the thousands ol Marion-George Helveston.
: : ; :commerce, and navigation. citizens of the other party, ship without great inconvenience; but L liberty to except those, ports and places admirers of the "Great Pacificator" from one
: 4: ?; For this most!" desirable object, the President shall succeed to their said personal goods in this and in all other cases of just detention in which the admission and residence of of tbe Union to the other.It NuSu-J.I. Haddock.
' :; of the United Stales of America has whether by testament or ab intestato, and L the vessel detained shal be sent to the such consuls and vice consuls may not seem extremity Johns and Putman-W. W. Tumbl .
- ; ; :' conferred full powers on Elijah I lisp, charge! they may take possession thereof, by themselves nearest convenient and fre port for trial convenient.ART. v is meet and proper that a monument, Orange-H. E. Ostaen.St. .
;.t. d'affaires of the United States near this re- and judgment according to law. such as is should erected
or others acting for them, and dispose at
In b Lucie J. S.
29. order that ths consuls and props Heermans.
.J:;$ putdir, and the Kxecutive: Power of the re4ii of the same at their will, paying such dues I ART. 19. And whereas it frequently vice consu's' of the two the capital -the grand' theatre
public of luitemala on the Sr. Mo. D. lose the inhabitants of the that vessels sail for hap contracting parties Hi.orugb-J. T. Magb.Herndo.
only a or place
a country pens port the right, and im in which was such
may enjoy prerogatives, eloquence
TV of Slate and I displaye
Mariano a T. Je
' Kodrignes wherein said goods are or shall be subject to longing to an enemy without knowing that munities which to them their kin.
belong by fell from
> : j '. .. of the. 'Department( of Foreign Relations', pay in like cases. And if, in the case of r the same is besieged, blockaded, or invested public character, shall before never lips of another American Levy-I. P. Harde.
* entering
_, wlto, after having exchanged their full said I real estate, the said heirs would be prevent it in agreed that every vessel so circumstancedmay on the exercise of their functions, exhibit Statesman. Tat tbe work wH receive that Monroe-Wi W. .
.'" j f < powers in due and proper form, have agreed I ed from into the possession of the be turned away from such port or place their commission in due form "material aid1 essential to erection, we McCl.
or patent to 1 it
4fc, 1. *,1:, W.Ibe. following articles: : inheritance account of their character of but shal not be tetaine nor shall any part the to which they are accredited cannot to doubt. Dade-(No elein.)

'*"** 5. .; ART. I. There .h.,ll he perfect firm. aliens, there shall be granted to them the of cargo, if cnlraband, b confiscated and,government having obtained their they b le Whigs in italics. Total-39 members .
- and inviolable peace and sincere friendship>> term of three years to dispose of the sameas !, unless, after warning of blockadeor shall be held and considered exequatur as such by all Ten sees... Democrats 26, Democratic .
.-.? between the Un.ted Stales of America and t they may think proper and to withdraw investment from the commanding officer the authorities, and 13. Whig ma.jority
:r V .;:; the republic of Guatemala, in all the extent the proceed, 'without molestation, and exempt of the blockading forces, she Ihal again in the consular magistrates district in which they inbabitnt reside. The land where rests the bones of the two

.*",' of their possessions and terrilories, and lie ( from all duties of detraction on the attempt to enter but she shall permitted "Hickories," in quiet repose, ha again rendered RECAPITULATION.
V-; '. tween their people! and citizens, icspeclive- part of the government of the respective to go to any port or place she I ART. 30. It is likewise agreed, that the her .
verdict in
shal the
: opposition to Dems.
; consuls, their secretaries, officers, and princi- Whigs. Intl.
ly, without dwtinction of persons or places States. thii.k Nor shall r per
; proper. sons attached to the service of consuls ples which when alive entertained. Senate
they they 12
ART. 2. The United tate8 of America ART 12. Both the contracting parties promise either ot the parties, that may have entered I 6 I
.r. : and the republic of Guatemala desiring lo !" and engage formally to give their special into such' port or place before the same was I the not being consul citizens resides,of shall the be country in from which all SCOT and GRAHAM have carried the State House 3 J:

, .,.: live in Iltart' anti harmony with all the oth protection to the persons and property actually besieged, blockaded, or invested b/ public service, and also from exempt all kind of by a handsome majori 1. The "Joutr has -
of of the citizens of each other, of all the other, be restrained from such 19
:: "' : er nations of the earth by means a policy occupations quilting taxes and contributions therefore been removed. Tennessee, together 3 I
.;; : frank and equally friendly to all, engage who may be in the territories subjectto place with her cargo; nor, if those imposts they shall be obliged to, except on with old! home of the ,
mutually not lo grant any particular favor jurisdiction of the one or of the other, after the reduction and surrender, shall such pay Kntack-tbe : -
; j....= 'to other: natiolll, in reaped of commerce and I transient or dwelling therein, leaving open I vessel or her cargo be liable to confiscation, account which the of citizens commerce and or inhabitants their property native, to lamented CLAT- Massachusetts, the land 19 Demcti.tlt aaj

. ., navigation, which shall nol immediately become anti free to them the tribunals of justice for but they shall be restored to the owners and of the country in which, they where the illustrious WEBSTER lived and lor joint ballot over the Whigs, and 18 over

\::': '. common to the other paity-who shall I their judicial recourse, on the same terms thereof. reside foreign iD. besides died-and "Old Faraiounf God bless her, all.
are subject being ever thing
: *. enjoy ihe -same freely, if the concession was which are usual and customary with the natives ART. 20. In order to prevent all kind of ; ) ,
11 .. subject to the laws of the respective -constitute the amount of Scott stock that Two yea; ago Democrat
made the or citizens of the in which disorder in h majority ir
freely or on allowing: same country the visiting and examination of States. The archives and of >
'i: if the concession: was conditional they! may be, for which they may employ, the ships and cargoes of both the contract consnlate shall be respected inviolably papers and the was taken at the recent "bidding." the Senate \a J, io .h Iloose 2-3 0

.1 ART. :| The two' high contracting: parties, in defence of their rights, such advocates, ing parties on the high seas, they have under no pretext whatever shall ony magistrate "Crumb of Comfort.' joint ballot.
:;,,;: bring likewise' desiious of placing the commerce solicitors:, notaries, agents and factors as agreed, mutually, that whenever a vessel of seize orin any interfere with them.
. .: and navigation of their ropectiveCountries they may judge proper in all their trials at war, public or private, shall meet with a 31. The said way consuls shall have The Legislature of Delaware just elected TelepapJc&the S*T_*. > Charter.

:: on the liberal basis of perfect law; and such citizens agents shal have neutral of the other contracting parly, the power ART to require the assistance of the authorities is Whig, which secures a Whig U. S. Senator -, Cbarletatt-MarkcU.CHARLESTON. .
: free opportunity to be. present decisions first shall remain out of shot and .
. equality-ami reciprocity, mutually that t cannon of for
:. agree; the country the arrest, detention for six .
and sentences of the tribunals in all send its boat with years. NY. safe*
'. all the may two, or three men 1th.-T
the'cili7.en of each frequent
: :,' !! may and custody of deserters from the o
; ,, coasts antI. countries of the olher, and reside: cases which may concern them, and likewiseat only, in order to execute the said examination and private vessels of their country, pubic London Review. Cotton to- ay reached no bates, at price*

;::.;;,I: ., ,'.. and trade there iu all kinds of produce, the taking 0 all examinations and evi of the papers concerning the ownershipand that purpose they shall address themselves Quarterly ranging from 9 1.S a 10 cents-bulk of sale
dence which be exhibited in the said
:;.: .' ,. manufactures and merchandise; and they irials. ) cargo of the vessel, without causing the to the courts, judges, and officers competent, The October number this Review is at at 9 5-8 a 9 3-4 cntsbing a'decline of

:; .l'\ ;. Vhall.enjoy all the rights; privileges, and I least extortion, violence, or ill-treatment, for and shall demand the said deserters in writing hand. contains but eight articles follows to I.4 cent'ince the arrival of tbe 1
which the commanders of the said armed -
:4, \, '. -, exemptions in navigation and commerce ART. 13 It is likewise agreed; that the proving by an exhibition of the registersof I a .la1IC
.*W ." which native citizens ;do' or shall enjoy; subVV most perfect and entire security of conscience ships shall be responsible, with their persons the vessels or ships roll, or other public : New YOWK, Nov. Hack ir w-
: milting themselves to the laws, decrees, and I i shall be enjoyed by the citizens both the and propei ty, for which purpose, thecommanders documents that those men were parlof the 1. British Bards and Stonebenge. nor bas just arrived IT.-T Havana
there established.. t which native contracting parties in the countries subject of Ihe said private armed vessels and 2. Ionian Islands Iro whence
:, g 3 Usages \ crews; on this demand, so proved, Lord Seaton and Sir she sailed
the Ith..
f*? etizcns :arc snbjecled. But it is understood I to jurisdiction of the one and the other. shall, before receiving their commissionsgive (saving, however, where the contrary is pro Henry Ward. on 1 The Captain and

i-7* j that tj-js; ; article does not; 'inclu-Je] the coast without their being liable to be disturbed or sufficient security to answer lot all the ved,) the delivery shall not be refused. Irish paste.ger. report that npm their departure

r.V, .'' ,nlr.\ile; \ vf either country, the regulation I molested on account of their religious! belief, damages:they may commit. And it is expressly Such deserters, when arrested, shall be put 3. Salmon. a Spanish war steamer was cruising off the

.; 1 -t of which i is rcseivedto the parties, respec-!" so long a they respect the laws and eslablisbed agreed, that the neutral party shall at the disJosi of the said consldf and may 4. Sindh, Dry leaves from Egypt. Mono Castle with positive instructions

+f, t .. .. tively.I : according to tl.eir own separate laws usages of the country. Moreover, in no case be required to go on board the be put public prison, request 5. Memoir of Dr. Chalmers. tbe Cr t
; vessel for the purpose of exhibit. prevent City rU enfcriny the
the bodies of the citizens of of the examining
one con. and of those who reclaim them
expense 6. Life and Letters
likewise reethat whatev. of Lord
-:; ;J ART 4. They a Langdale.
r other
& erkindof. rolucetnanufaclureor, or merchan- trading parties who may die in the territories ing her papers' or for any purpose be sent to the ships to which they belonged, 7. Gold Discoveries.. harbor, at every baza id.
; of the other shall be buried in the usual whatever. -
I others of the nation. But if
f/ same they
t or
Ju'e of foreignconntry can be New Tmrlr Ctir M
5;, lime lawfully any iml"rteltinlo the United States; burying grounds, or in other decent or suitable ART. 21. To avoid all kind of vexation be not sent bnck within two months, to be 8. Parliamentary)Prospecls."CAPTAIN You Nov. the rJf.'
.1 ....: in'their: own vessels t may be also imported I places, and shall be protected from violation and abuse in the examination of the papers counted from the day of their arrest, they NE New Yprfe
: "i: 'in{vessels! of the republic of Guatemala: or disturbance.ART. relating to the ownership of the vessels be- shall be set at liberty, and shal be no more KID OR THE WIZARD OF THE market todayhas been decidedly in favor

":., andlhat no !higher or"other duties upon the 14.- It shal be la"fulor the citizensof longing to the citizens of the two contracting arrested foj the same SEA,'' is the title of a neat pamphlet!! bund of bu'ers and'we note sales of 2000 twit*

.., ... I tonnase of the vessel 1 or her cargo shall be the United the repub. parties, they have agreed, and do agree,thatin Art. 32. For ihe purlOe of more efieclu- periodical, written by that popular writer, J. at 1-8 decline upon previous rates.
lerieil and collected, whether the importation lic of Guatemala to sail with their ships case one of them should be engaged in ally protecting their commerce and navi a. fl. ISGRAIIAU which have NEW YORK Nov
I ".1. S be made in vessels of the one country with all manner of liberty and security, no war, the ships and vessels belonging to the tion, the two contracting parties do hereby we just received ; : 18tb.-1e muke(
._, - :; p .''. \'hatcre"-1.lnil of produce, manufacture, or ot the merchandise lalen thereon, from sea tellers or passports expressing name will permit'lo form a consular convention, the adventures of this famed! buccaneer: views of bue a seller seemed at firjg .
:\: merchandise of any foreign country can any port; to the ;places of those who now properly, and bulk of the ship, as also the which shall declare specially the powers and i and as the story i is clothed in the fascinatinggarb to difier maler ly. We record sales
t, be fiorri time to time lawfully imported are or hereafter shall be at enmity with either name and place of habitation of the master immunities of the consuls and viceconsulsof I 'o
" ..' into: the, republic of Guatemala in i iu ownvesVelsj of the contracting parties. It shall like- or commander of said vessel, in order that it the respcciive parties. of romance, we presume it will b 800 bales at previous rates. '.Market lo*-

::;", I.I' may be also'imported in vessels of wise be lawful for the citizens aforesaid to may thereby appear that the ship really and ART. 33. The United States of America widely read. Published by DC Wit& Davenport ing rather i favor of sellers.

.1. the United Stales; and that no higher or sail with the ships and merchandises beforementioned truly belongs to the citizens of one of the and the republic of Guatemala, desiring to 126, Nassau Street, New York.- Law 4
:: other'dutil'S upon the tonnage of the vessel and to trade with the same liberty parties. They have likewise agreed, that make as durable as circumstances will permit Price 50 cents. Lqaer U.eltnlfar!
, :-; or her'cargo) shall be levied and collected, and security, from the places, Ilrls and such ships being laden, besides the said sea the relations which are to be COSCOED, N. II., Nov. 18.-The Judgesof '

,:.i whether the importation be made in vessels: havens of those who are enemies both or passports, shall also be provided between the two parties by establishe the Supreme Court have tbs day .dcc'itJthat

;. of the one country or of the other. And or either party, without any opposition with certificates containing the several particulars treaty or general convention of peace, amity, Member of the Legislature. th pfohibitory JifJ k \v passed by
:.. I. they further agree, that whatever m ly be disturbance whatsoever not only directly of the cargo and the place whence commerceand navigation, have declared the last legislature of this State is unconstitutional
." :.r lawful% exported or re-exported from the from the places of the enemy before men the ship( sailed s that it may be known. solemnly, and do agree- to, the following Through the courtesy of the Secretary of
.I' :" one country} in its own vessels to any foreign tioned to neutral places, but also from oe whether any forbidden or contraband goods points: I State, we are enabled to publish to-day a and tbrl'fo noil and void.flev.1tl.n .

:.... country, may be in like manner exported place belonging to an enemy}, whether they be on board the same; which certificates shall 1st.The present treaty shall remain in full : complete list of the members of the General In-D. Aprveg
..;', or re-expoited in vessels of the other be under jurisdiction! of one power or be made out by the officers of the place, force and virtue for the term of twelve BOSTON ..
' ? b country. And the same bounties, duties under feveral And( it is hereby stipulated, whence the ship sailed in the accustomedform 'to be counted from the day of the exchangeof yearf Assembly, including those Senators who MASS., Nov. 18.- 'AdYic jasf

. I S and drawback shall be allowed and collected that ships shall also give freedom to : without which requisites said vessel 1 the ratifications, and further until the end hold over from 1850, as follows. Whigs in received from Buenos Ayre confirm the

, ;; exportation or re-exporta goods, and that every thing shall be deemedto may be detained to be adjudged, by the competent of one year after either of the contracting i/o Ve -Independent in SMAU. CAPS-Demo reports recently received_in,regard to'the -

I.. tion be made in vessels l of the United States be free and exempt which shall be foundon tribunal, and may be declarel legal parties shall have given notice to the other crats in roman voiutioaary movements*. The oat-break
or of the republic of Guatemala.' board the ships: belonging to the citizensof prize, unless the said defect bt satisfied of its intention to terminate the same each
lv" either of the parties althoughihe : or supplied by testimony entirely of ; SENATE ocutel whilo ARCVWO, was, at Santa Fr,
ART. 5. No higher or other, duties shall contracting equiv. the contracting Parties reserving to itself .
whole lading or any ;part thereof should i alent. First .flislrict-Escambia attendance upon Congress Particulars are
the of
he on the importation| into the Uni. right giving such notice to tbe otherat County; S. J,
ted imposed of any articles the produce or appertain to the enemies of either-contraband ART. 22. It is further agreed, that the the end of said term of twelve year Andit Gonzalez. not given, but business was deranged ,n

: .tate _of the republic ol Guatemala, also agreed goods,being in like always manner excepted.that the same I is stipulations above expressed relative to the is hereby agreed between them, that on &cond District-Santa Rosa CountyJo.- produce scarce and high.
; visiting and examination of vessels shall the expiration of one after such notice -
and no higher other duties shall be imposed I year .
; c on the infportation iiito the republic I liberty be extended to persons who are onboard ply only to those which sail without ap shall have been'received by either from tbe 9tpForsyth. New Orleans Harfcet.NewQRLEAxs .

Guatemala; of any articles the produce or I a free ship, with this effect: that although voy,; and when said vessels shall be 'under other party, this treaty in all iU parts relative ( Third District-Walton County : Jugus Nov. 17.-The 'sales to.,
II they be enemies of both or either convoy, the verbal declaration of the commander to commerce and shall altogether Gillis. .
k nunafaclnres of the United States, thaa areor be taken day amount lo 4500 bales at a decline of a,
they are not to out of that
party of the on his word of honor cease and determine and in all those
convoy ,
shall! be in like articles the Fourth Dtslricl
payable Jackson
being free unless officers ,and Holmes quarter of a cent the arrival
ship pound
they are or that the vessels under his protection belong parts which relate to and friendship it per sin
; rruc manufactures nor shall of higher any other or oilier for and in the actual service of the enemies; to the nation whose flag he carries, and, shall be perpetually binding peace on both pow. Counties : Jess J. Finley. of the Alabama We quote Middling qualities .
; any
country however and it is
duties or charges in either of provided hereby agreed, when they are bound to an enemy's port, Fifth District-Washington and Calhoun i at 9 1-2 cents, f
the two countries b the imposed exportation of that the stipulation in this article contained that they.have no contraband goods on board, ers.2dly.. I any one or more of the citizens Counties : William B. %Vgnn.Sixth -
any declaring that the flag shall cover the shall'be sufficient. of either '.iaa. _
( articles to the U"itedSlate or to the repubicor shall be understood part hal infringe any of the articles District-Franklin County : Robert Lk" f. -
fli as applying to ART. 23. It is further of ibis such citizens be NEW OJ .- The steam
Guatemala, respectively than as those powers only who recognise this principle agreed, that in all held sbal J. Floyd.Seventh. xS'Nl '
are payable on the exportation of the like but if either of the two cases the established courts for prize causes personally responsible for same, ship Louisiana h i ) from .G.lvestoo l ,
: pj articles to any other foreign country),; nor parties shall be at war with a contracting and the in the counlry to which the prizes may be and between the harmony and good correspondence 1)islricl-Gadsden County: William with dates to the 19th insl. Governor Beu
shall any prohibition be imposed on the exportation other neutral the of conducted shall alone take of the nations shall not be interrupted E. Kilcrease.
flag the neutral shall cognizanc called an extra session l of the Le isla.
C : importation of any articles the cover the property of enemies whose them. And whenever tribunal of thereby,; each party engaging in no way-to Eighth Ztofncf-Leon County ; M. A b
governments either protect the offender or sanction such ture to convene on the 10th of
; produce or manufactures,.r the United States this party shal pronounce judgment viola Long. -" January.
principle and
::i.c. ... .i o of the. republic.of Guatemala, to or from not of others.acknowledge against any vessl, or goals, or property tion. Ninth The further. election, returns. from the interior >
"*;, 'u .. the territories- 01- me -untiea- aiates- or to or claimed by the citizens of the other party, 3Jly. I(which indeed cannot be expec Distrd-WakuUa County : James give to Pi heavy majority.
;. : ', from the; territories the republic of Guatemala AR.15. It is likewise agreed that in thecae the sentence or decree shall mention the ted) unfortunately any of the articles con W. Smith. ree.y-

t : t which shall not equally extend to all \where the neutral flag of one of the' reasons or motives on which the same shall tained in the $present treaty shall be violated Tent District-Jeflerson County E. E. I. tr I Xrw Orlaaac
" otber nations. contracting parties shall protect the"-rroyer. have been founded and 01 infringed in any other way, whatevei it ';
r.",. b ty of the of the other ; an authenticatedcopy is Blackburn. New OXI.CAXS. NOT. 18.-Tbe official rt,.
*-* by that
the neither
expressly of
sentence decree the -
.11S S. :.:' .t,, r'ART.'6. It i is likwis agreed,,tint it shall the above stipulation; it shall be understoodthat the proceedings in the or case, shall, and, if demanded of all contracting sllpulale"i order or authorize Eleventh D tict-MadiSn County ; turns from tbe several counties 01.Liia''v",

. tv: S .,: be wholly free al Dlerchal\ commander the neutral 1roler found on board be delivered to the commander or agentof any act of reprisal, declare war against WILUAM P. : give Pierce a majority of 454 rotes,

..: *'of sbipv'adother of both such enemy'j ) be held and considered said vessel without any delay, he paying the other, on complaints of injuries or damages Twelfth District-Hamilton Allen Thrasher the gentleman waa recently; bear.
: :
countries manage themselves their enemy's properly, and as such until the said County
a the fees for
O"n the party considering
V I ". ::3 business in all the ports and places subject shall be liable to detention and confiscation, legl offended shall first have presented to tel G. Johnson. eerated at the Moro, 'wifl I on Sunday next

.' f' :i*: to the jurisdiction of each other, a\ei except such property a\\a put on board Whelever shall one of'the contract other a statement of such injuries or damages, Thirleenlli D/sfric/-Columbia County: commence the publcto of a newsarrtciT[[

4:?,! : : with respect to the consignment and such vessel before the declaration of war, another ing parties State, no be citizen engaged of tbe m war with verified by competent proof, and demandedjustice Rober Brown. be cUe!.Tie JcizcanofCa&a.. %o
$ "
: t their o and merchandise, by wholesale or even afterwards, if it'were done without other contracting and satisfaction, and the ", Fourteenth -.
'i :t :, o f t li a with re.!|Itt to the loading, un- the knowledge of !t;r but the contracting letter of party shall accept a commission or have been either refused or hal Dstrct-DuYI} County;"O. Cliarlct Market.
.t I JIRla-ncln off their shins; they parties agree that, two months having clap. marque for the purpose of assisting delayed. unreasonably Buddington.Fifteenth CHARLESTON', Nov. ,18.1 of the

: :- tt al theS tas; to be treated as citizens s after Ihe declaration, their citizens shall I. enemy or co-operating the said hostilely with the said 4thly. Nothin in this treaty contained DisrcAlacbua.. and Marion week,9,10 bales exclusive.of, ntmci',for,
l.f. of country in which they reside .pot-plead ignorance thereof. On the against party s at war, Under shall be
; or con the pain of treated however construed or operate con- Counties: ProYnc. deli ery, Quotations current for past
,: t .1 atleatt to Jtt placed on a footing with the if the of the neutral does not being as a pirate. to former and
"Pt :, t mfejects. orcituens: of,the most favored, na. protect trary the ''fag Y'8 property, in that case ART. 25. If by any fatality (which cannot i mary with other sovereigns existing or Slates.public treaties Sixteenth District-Nansau County ; days-.fair 10 a 10 1-2; middling l fair:,9 i ia ;S

: -",.' : It ts, -. the gooJo and merchandises of the neutral be expected, and God for bid) the two George(Stewart. 9 7-8 ; goodmiddling91-2a9 6-8; ordin;

(' ,4b 4 ART. 74 Te eilixens; of neither (the embarked in such enemy's ship shall be contracting with parties should be engaged in a The Charleston Regatta., Seent District-St. John's Putnam, ary middling 8 1 2 c 9 3-;'at buWe figures t -
: ; ] tree. war each other, they have agreed, and i ie ,
coiMmctnig "Jl'.MAl1Jt3 liable ,Counties George' E. buyers' act cautious. Receipts the
I- \ tfiibxtgo, nor I* deUined! "'Ih theij- esjs any ART. 16. This liberty of navigation and do agree, now. for then, that there shall be There was no boat from Charleston last i Hawes. St..u :
;: ;.; cargoes,' mrrcharidiiie, -or ejects, 'f. .1>>..- military'txpedrtion -, commerce shall extend to"all kinds'-of merchandises allowed the term of six month;to the merchants evening,,in consequence of some"-slight ,accident -' week 22,090; stock, exclusive.of ship board-
: ,!.1 .: ; nor :ur a'fJ jmblic'Vir excepting those only which, are residing on the coasts and in the ports to the machinery of 'theCalhoun.. Eighteenth! District-llillsborougb, .Her. 31,384bales. i

:; ; ; vale purpose!"(whatever,' witbovt allying: ; pri..v to disUnguished byithe ,name, of .contraband; of each other' and in'the term of one yearto I We lear by telegraph, however that Georgia nand' 'and Levy Counties : Hamlin V. Soell..Nineteenth -

. those nirretcd;""a'' sutficient anti under this name of contraband or pro those who dwell in the interior to arrange was' triumphant! in the ,first" race.. ,The 'Dilrc-Monro and.'Dade NOVCMBKI, 3Oti.. "
ri# t ; : .1 -s w- iondellifc. hibited goods shall be comprehended. their business and transport their effects Becky Sharp belonging to James HamIlon ; :Council:met.this'evening atT o'cl k.-'
( tionA **f' J1 'h" 1st. Cannons mortars, swivels, wherever they please,. gi vntheni, I the Couper.Lsq., of St. Simons, and by Countel'John :P: Baldwin. Present Holland In
: S ; ; 8, \ ''everfbe citizens of howitzert > \ : His Honor Henry D. ji.tendant'Mews.Bungto .
Total '
,:4t .: Jt; thj cIntractiuigpitiessI&4lI be.fyrred tithe mUlkts fusrs'rilts, car- safe conduct:necessary..for, !it, wbkhsmay Rndolph' Spalding Esq., of' 'Sapelo, won -19 Senators., 'Tbos:holding, over : '
I | ; to pistols serve a-sufficient rceith ease having made the from,the 4lb 6th th ;, Cooper, e.
:' cekrcfug u.r.'ylulo in the bines piks sb'res bces' a protection' unti they dis. are 11 /12th, 13tb,"Uih.16th -
rverL! bay8 arrive at the designated citizens tce/tbree'quarters of a mile in six va, and Councilmen. .
port. minutes.
I : Dietricts TOwln
, pear. d)9th
|H rt< domiiliuucof tbe other with grnaes pow. : J ,
.. ;f : :. % sselubethier i l : merchant of I balls, ) ,things belonging *, of al other occupations maybe established judge:the weather must have been' uni' tbete th'{Col.} Blackburn!Jenat'dim! ; ''p for Edward A. DeCottes, for permission -, *'
war, public and '
the !
to tbe the territories dominions of Jayorble \
the searouigh 'we'
t use of these arms or United ; as.. underJBtand 'eJete : ,
: ; r private; throng! .sfres* of .weather, purwit.eriMratesorepemifs 2dly. Buckler helmets, breastplate*, States'of''e republic of Gua. the'Becky'SAarp'b'abli' to 'makei de- a'vacancy. ,Parties 'will be in the ; to erect a'8te Sn 1 Jo
w L ; tbey shall Ibo re- fcfoail, and co. temala'shall be'mp cjdedly. better.time.than: is above Senate thus adjoining|Mr. C. ::1> -
Jinl caled.with belts; clothes : ctedndm; intinein reported1 ,- I : Duorat' l2Whigs6,1inde.}
4; eeivcJJ humanity! giving" to ipbe form,and for |b. full enjoyment of their 1 [Savannah being' mtidizyCoancIlXfl -
I ; Uicm"aUjlavor.aDd. : a military.use. ;; .'I\s$ personal liberty pendent1 I. ; i majority j overall 5Of : prnt.w'o
prplectioh -
ff" ;?'. tkewbijirucursngirovusons! ; :fpr5, and:repairing.prac- 't l :34ly,,'Cavalry belt*, and horses, with weir and perry,:;unl' u th WpasLicutar r c duc I ? Whiakeretles tbe; name 'of: >"" '*'. the Dro ; n tq a select Commitof -

t tit t ;. (Ui '' ,furniture.' i :t" / shall cause tbeoi ,to, forfeitahis:!;protection, that the 'tbed'liu' boieera'expioti'tth'i i : wherenpon''HisvHonort "
W.JN. :
a'situatio31o; continueeiwrithoHt > the cession te t
vhich inTcorisiderationi, ,
:4hly; And iihIy.flkindsof l ;arras : of humanity, thecoihiactiuig 'pient fvare ta '
their; ger .
t voy- obstacle! or bintfraRce place"V! : IniezdaShijippokte& (CouncUtneotee. o ,:
HIli .. and ;natr / ,eteel) parties' to '' '. :;. "fi: !. ;
,* x .. metl 0 Jrou tbf"ln4cppr : engage tben. s; -"beri'thdwblsk n-o.lht .\ : .., ; siiciz Cot.
I anf grow. Xowneefld1tt Bumngfon, as ,
k v' of. -
p or any a erh.I.mannfac i t ;AnT.26., Neiiherjhe debts due fromiudivtduals : -. formed & Johnson, flotwn} John.F.-Bildwia: ; : .
: : They.are'
: 'A*T." A Ij MiiivjBercl; >an JL e,",,and prepared d, of tbe hy drawing down a i tuft of t>CoultheaU4j0Ufled.i .
;: J : ffrcf3j; |elQhguig' .to,ihe CitiieniioI. tin!/of: eWaryseaoran, .:ezpressyton > ./ tb other,.nor ODe:shares";patlOQ nor 1ndalduals''of which 'hair trom'the"tern:, pfe, ahU.;'curliriflf'it i! :up i hree .r; !: 1 'Ll.lfrf :O.Buddingion'George ., f "Attcst-. -

: ; Hie cq. ,twJ ,li,, \ tc t\3y\ !;,- J'rr ,. : :Aif',11*,, Al' other l rrban ise. ,and t! cr b 'e1n'public funds"orih moneys i the shape,of a ram's hprrior. .a;pig's. Stewart, Indo'O'J"14" .'- ICLY1AI. ,
< may : public
with i -
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; 'j. I 7' 1 dependent-. Pi'MoMtoyj; '' c rf : ) ." -- Council.
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::Pro. eeamp> .of Town.. OraacH' '- 3- THE FBESXD39T- OF THE State Phetida;. ..Clr* UC. rt '. 'O' .r-: ; IIIJ

UNITED STATEs.I Jcaas al7..t.fJ'. NEW YORK tL1 '

N TDBn':19tb 1852. CHANCERY. ;' "r.ftb v. Neeiuit t4 1 1 t

Council met: Present his Honor H. D. Mfllariirfliffiere.Fresideat. .D.ia CJaeem. PA.C.KEr'LINE., A. : ._ .
of the United States of in '. A4 t.Apb.eW ,
Holland Inlendantt 'Messr S. Buffington, America par- V iUe..or .J t t.
suance of the prorisions the act of Con- Ellen L1irockenbrengb. widow and admz. of .B., :::
M. Butts, C. M. Cooper, A. A. Canora, J. grew, entitled An act in relation, to.tbe Wiim H. Broekenbnragb, deceased Lucy ,. Btkcr. tt'a Tfct Lu.,;. j:'

E. Townsend Coancilmen. lands sold in the Greensburg, late St. Helena Th niai ebru W.Lick.abrosgh,. Brknbrg1 4" Rel u J ackeu betwfM Baker IJN.., Sumner m VI sf, 1(

The Proceedings of last meeting were read Land District i ,in tbe State of Louisiana, enbro.gh1 Hawking Mary R. New Falatka, .mNllftM C I
G by 0 CdUr'-
and Piano Forte hawkins a fast aiUng acliooB r,- I
authorizing the re-surrey of certains and music Store. Thomas Broekenbrongh a lUtchektcr SamlIterated. : .1u 1
and approTed. lands ia said district,"approved August 29th, and John W. Brockenbroagh, infant Joseph Gil.*,2 t1A.ROGERS, ComV. Pvlly M.- .

A petition of John D. MCKinley, for per. 1842, and of the acts of Congress authorizing L M. FOLSOM, Dealer ia Pianos, Church Lucy children B.of Mtzwell John W. Brockenbronrh d Jersey will 0k, 10 .8 ROGERS. Cvm'r. hlaekbwaj. I P '1r u J. : .t
and Parlor Seraphiae* and Melodeons S. ply regularly ltwe the ports.- Badger Joe W 1liaer. E W .
roisfion to erect a Bakery on Lot No 2, the sale of the Public Lands, do hereby mon Margaret Chaplin Sinn .
Mawe. widow Uakr.AmyEUrJukl
I t
Aeoordeons Guitars Violins Sheet Music and in YorkJOSEPH adde.5ie
.quare 48, Adams street was presented, and declare and make known, that a public sale Instruction Books both of the old and new way the and a. Wi H.8i dea.Mar- .gen tRICE, /, ABear J t .Jtt.WeC L ;Jj:

motion of Councilmen will he held at the Land Office at GREEKSBCRG offer a Urge assortment of the abovenamed articles \ Man 81. of Agents in Wat I '. M&T' I.IU .

m Canova referred in the State of LOUISIANA, commencing from the best manufactories in the United complainant.It & whose name l unknown to m Jacb1 '. ep.JuC Madi., '1

to street committee. on Monday, the eleventh day of April States. HaY DIIpeD& twenty year in teaching Agent i PalUa C O\ Bracket Fisher It IeEmevee.. $&J 1 1-
Vocal and Iitetrnmental Music and being thoroughly appearing to the satisfaction of this Booth Kiehard 'MltekelLJoha. :
The committee on Street to whom was next for the sale o' the unappropriated and acquainted with the abovenamed instruments by affidarit made A filed in this cause, C directed K E IWfce. W. Jietswi MeAtm. D' '.
to their
referred bill of Mood and Boulter for Lumber vacant tracts of Public Land situated within none need fear the Superiority of his instruments fenb. Arthur Broekenbrough, and Thomas forw"g ear will b promptly Ct .$leLssd, lineman
the limits of the following named Townshipsand over those teacher* of less cultivatedear Broekenbrongh, and John W. Brockenbrongh September 1852. Conner EdiuiinI i ..MaureJas. S
asked leave for further time to consider fractional the and less experience.All infant children of John W. Brockenbrooeh.. de- .UI, 2t Carter, Isaac U.OX'OTTMr .' -
Townships according to order attended to. Instrument Chaplin Sims; Martha Carter FraactsCrocket o.e G '
promptly cfu MarJa "
the same, which was granted.A approved plats of re-surrey, to wit: nicely packed, and sent to any part of the State. ShO. infant child of Mun W. Charleston and Florida Line. HcnMd 3 ? ._ !!_ I' .

communication from Columbus Drew South of the base line, and vest of theprin. Purchasers and the Musical community, are Sims deceased, reside out of the State of Flor Chi|.nvaa, Isaiah L P.
with invited to call and examine this stock, attrocar's ida beyond the jurisdiction of this Court. but in T.aple.dlclew 1>. P.r&Jnpj3j.ada .; .
regard to an excavation on Monroeand cipal meridian. United States, and that Lucy VavicEgg : ;.
Laura'Streets Township two of : AND FOLSOMCS FURNITURE Brockenbrongh b. George S. dfendt. Mary FLORIDA Dellay Iic$* i. Punts CAia .
being presented was on range one. : ROOM, BAY STREET. .his wife, reside Ha"knl Cir- CHARLES bowling. W. J K. '. : ii

motion by Councilman Canon referred to Fractional township three, of range three. Jacksonville March 8, 1 852. 11-6m cult in the State of Florida, and that I bow WLLEY.running CMMUDE. I unmet 11 F' ft o s, AfpexaiM VMKobiasM '7
Fractional township two of five. George L. Brockenbroukh Ellen dfendnt. Is I reenlarly on the Drcgors, Simeon
rtreet Committee with range A Brken. Line between Charleston I Frank J 4' .
take lad
to such ,
power South of t'le base line, and east of the principal New and Splendid Furnitore.r brongh, Lucy B. Maweu Elisabeth V. Max tbe St. JOhD'S ri"tt. Lauitist Iitbb \; .
action in regard thereto as they may deem meridian. well, v. MaweU. Maxwell, reside in The foflowin.- :beul hu been adopted.which F, Kobert. sOS t 1t.
: mIlE Subscribers have the Midde Circuit of the State of Florida: shows tbe u and the Fletcher Jusepit :

proper. Fractional township eight, of range one. '.}J I: just received, at Jt therefor ordered. that said dfeDdt residing various ports: ar.l dtpa.a& Fl"}dJvhaFoster Sanekei, G. ";. ,

Bills of J. H. McRory for Stationery; C. Townships one, two, three, and four, and the Furniture Room over the State of Forid the Leave Charleston Tula1..t S o'clock a.x. Calvin tWtb .,U 1j.
MeRory'. Store,a New and Splendid Lot of Fur Eastern Circuit, do answer the bill Leave Wednesday,at S o'clock t;. 'kek.sAss '. .I..I.Gf'D. 1
Drew for printing; J. Livingston, for Merchandize fractional township eight, of range two. niture from New York, in part as follows: of complaint fed in the cause within two months Leave Pieolata Wednesday, at 7 o'clock r. 1.x. ..OM W I t'jtJu..1J. ,, I 1:

; B. F. Townsend, for labor on Townships one, two, three, four, and six, Bureaus Sofas Tete Tetes Divans from th d( the publicto of this order, J.IUtTrKlIo. Grothe. Wm 2 to i L
and fractional township eight, of range and tb& residing beyond the lim I Leave. Patka Thursday. at 7 o'clock .. x. Green Susan m1tbA R&C
Market-house P. M. Korner for Ottomans, Cottage Chamber sets, H. *:
its State
; Survey three. of .10r but in the jurisdictionof I. Lan Tburday..t 10 o'cIOf'k A. x. Sai&b.Jaaaes, ... yi
Tables and Chairs of all descriptions, the United and the B1Ck Creek hand, Joseph 2 2
Cemetery Tax Assessor for answer Thursday, a& shepi74hsseslk
; receiving Township one. two, three, and four, of appr 1 U CHICK F.X. i ;
Bedsteads, Sinks and Wash Stands, same, within four months the date of thepublication MST Jacksonville Friday, 3 o'clock .. x. Hall, Win | l ,
returns and assessing same ; and Clark and range four. &c.&c. of this order or tht laid bill betaken accommodations for passenger a are vnsur- Higgins. Julia 'tan.ertc r .+ I'

Butler for Lumber were severally ordered Townships one, two, three, four, fire six, confessed against pud i bv those *f any ever placed on Iliuka.EOshallHntcUins 'PoWen :. 'fI
and seven, and fractional townships eight, Purchasers will do well to can and examine And it is farther ordered that publication of 8t. John Freight &D bt low &b I lartlalUarruoalwO n. lenD U Th..
.. and nine of five. Stock before pnrchan ng, as each article will be this order be made in some news published any other line. < pe .11 llaunbsA Teller. aE "
paid.A draft of W. S. Donaldson' range sold a* cheap as can be obtained in Charleston or in Jacksonville, in Duval County pap once Any farther information can be obtained by r ,TIIdt.,WiJIau\b I. 5.: J
on Town Townships one, two, three, four, five, six, Savannah. a week for the space of four aorsai to either of the undersigned agents. applyIng -lloyt, Stephen 3 .7.. J. "i". I. ':t

Council being presented, was on motion by and seven, of range six. J. H. McRORY, THOMAS DOUGLAS, Judge, fcc. &c. J. W. CALDWELL, Charleston. I.I t. ., It

Councilman laid Townships one, two, three, four, five, six L. 1%!. FOLSOM. : STATE OF FLII. > BELLECHASSE & \ : > .. ;
Buffington the table. FN.EG.Jalnvie.
on and of Jacksonville, November 8, Jti%. 11-6m County of Dnl. t I L;: i P j
On motion by Councilman Canora a committee seven, range seven. I, Isidore .Gari Clerk of the Circuit Court R. R. : ".' I i '
Townships one, two, three, four, five, and Stoves. Stoves. for said County, certify, that the September REI. r.ltka G. M.. 1 4 ., i
was appointed by his honor the In. seven, of range eight. going order is a true and correct of for or- !18 t ll .. . D .t' 1 '

tendant, consisting of Councilman Townships one two, three, four fire six 1'"cItORi' & FOLSOM have also on hand der now on file in my office. copy a FOR .1 ; :
Cooper, .17, for sale a variety and assortment of Stovesfor PRI.ADEB. .
In Witness, whereof I hare hereunto Nor.T"y :
Canora, and Bnffington to consider the and seven, of range nine. the parlor, office, and kitchen, to which they set hand and affixed the J i i 1
Townships one, two, and three of invite attention. nov 1 1 Sal rHLDELPH. J
propriety of erecting a Powder Magazine range ft. s.] of said Court on this .
ten. day of October, A. D., 1852.ISIDORE -_' "- .. ., :.,J .
and report at the next meeting of Council.On Townships one, two, three, four, sit, and MAYPORT MILLS. E. F., V. GARNIE Steam Navigation SAV.'NXAI "atore lls* t

motion by Councilman Canova, Council seven, and fractional township eight, ofrane October 22d, 1852. 31-Ira Clerk Circuit Court, burnt County.Oct. Company. av not $ .

then adjourned. eleven. THE TJIfDERSIGXED offers that well The new aud splendid side-wheel steam thip ,P.K : i ,
: I
Townships one, two, three, four, fire, Cotton Plantation, situated on F. CLAY STATE OF GEORGIA Of 1200 tons register, '
Attest: F. C. BARRETT, fix and and fractional nine Pablo Creek, eight miles from St. John's Bar, Commissioner for BARRET Captain J. E Walton, has commenced her regu 11 .I S
seven, township and the Aeknowledg lar trips, and will leave Savannah : .
Clerk of Council. adjoining Diego Plains so celebrated for ment Deeds on Wednesday, Charles De Wail Aactt-- :
of range twelre.Townships their extensive range for cattle and horses. This of the 2d dutnf J due, and every alternate Wednesday "
one, two, an J three, fractional plantation consists of twelve hundred and fifty And other Instruments of Writing, to be used in thereafter- on the 16th add 30th June, JACK8ONV1LLE ? t. .,

NOVEMBER, 23, 1852. township four, township fire, and fractional acres, six hundred and fifty of excellent ham. the States of 1-ith and 28th July; 10th and 23th Augand eo Sale in Xnv part of the County attssiiej- to, '
and respectfully solieitd .,
mock; four hundred and thirty is under cultivation YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA. on.
Council met.-Present : His Honor H. D. township nine, of range thirteen. and the residue is uncleared.A !E\\ Cabin Passage to Philadelphia, $21 November Hth, I3fil ill
Fractional townships one, three four, and further recommendation is as Office with E. L. Harrison & Co., Jacksonville Through Tickets to New York, 25 'F. '
Holland Intendant; Messrs.BuffingtonBntts unnecessary Florida. Oct.14-tf His Auction Rooms And SUr--kasB eN bpi ) ; I
six fractional the 9
township eight and townshipnine place is so well known, and the inducementfor Steerage, -

Cooper, Canora and Townsend, Council- of range fourteen. selling a wish to retire from planting. This ship has been built with entire regard to on he keeps Bay Street on hand near at the alt principal se5P0n5dihe7.mart; what. t'. 1.4

men. Fractional townships seven, eight, and OCT-For terms. apply to Col. Henry T. Titus, REMOVAL. safety, coibfoft and dispatch, and offers new and the most reasonable ttnai family.OreotriM and '. : ,
at Jacksonville, or to the the admirable
undersigned on facilities to business and For Provisions :
trTI. fur cash .
Remonstrance of citizens nine, of range fifteen. place. They will be made to the or eoatry pn4 .
adjacent to the easy purchaser. fright or '"TStigfc to bode sent to Sabseritor 0> rifflii.stth' ; :
Fractional township nine, of range six EDW. HOPKINS. & BOUT-TEIl would inform their 0 lU>, FAYtCO.. fur 4.. I
lots on which a Steam-mill is proposed to MOODY er private or auction disposal will V* quicklY :
Provisions and stock, with planting utensils, and the public that they have Agents id Savannah. attended td and amounts speedily forwarded. :" : I
be erected by :Mr. E. A. DeCottes, was laid teen.Lands which hare been and shall be selected will be sold on the place. removed their Stock of Goods to the new building, HERON & SlARTIN, Subscriber has been known in this snusmity fat t : I

before the Council. and designated for the State, under *.Rcgistcr Mobile, Ala.; Courier Charleston One Door East of the Store of Ambler & July 8-tf Agents in Philadelphia.BuiriNGTON a number years auctioneer and'othsrwis*; r ..

,and Sentinel Tallahassee will publish oncea He offers hd reeommendatioix,'bat desire that .:
Committee to whom the act entitled An act to aid the State of Hoeg,
was referred petition week until forbid, aud send bills to this office. HOUSE inquiries should bemad regarding kiaMel -** ;
of Mr. E. A. DeCottes, for permission to Louisiana in draining the swamp lands Jacksonville, November llth, 1852.: tf where they are now opening a large and elegant JACKSONVILLE, EAST FDORIDA. any Commercial House at the plao of his resi' 1
therein'' approved March 2d, 1849, and the assortment of denee. CHAftLE3DuWA1-L i.4.

erect a Steam Saw-mill within the corporate act entitled An act to enable tbe State of NOTICE. NEW GOODS, PROPRIETOR Of this known IIa.wvankankCo'LicaI'l

limits of the Town, reported adversely to Arkansas and other States to reclaim the ALL persons who are indebted to the under Carefully selected to nit the market, and comprising THE is pleased t announce we his old :. 4DaDdaKe

prayer of petitioner. Councilman Townsend swamp lands within their limit," approved either by note or open account, are patron;), and those visiting the ":\Y South"for ;
respectfully requested to come forward and settle health or pleasure, that
di ntinJr. September 28th, 1850; also, all those the same, as my creditors are with justice pressing A COMPLETE STOCK OF- His House I WOrLtealI the atfamtioa tt ftu! t. 'ij j
tracts for which tbe patents have been issued their claims against me, and I expect remuneration Fancy and Family Groceries; h undergone a thorough reno- my sleek of Surgical Bandages .i.asisthg. :: ,I

Councilman Canoramoved the reception of i or applied for by tbe day appointed for the for service, mediciDelllte. Provisions, Corn, Hay, and ration, in part of Shoulder Braces, TTT.titf. AVHBinlSupporters. .5

report which being seconded, was carried as commencement of the sale, or which shall HENRY D. HOLLAND, 31. D. Fancy and Dry Flour and has been well fitted tip td suit the mos fastidious .Uterine do.,Abdominal Compnuoca. 3 r.
November 11. tf Staple :; having most of his Rooms The above are from the c.lebrat.4Ihess.C.
acted that
follows tYtttt not have finally upon by Clothing Boots, and Shoes; W. Vanhan fc Cos of Pbibdelpkia,aadfur ftal-,
-Messrs. Buffington, Cooper Canon time under the provisions of the act of 29ih To the Ladies. Ind Caps; ity Of material and workmanship, are ussjrpna.'' I

August, 1842, herein before mentioned, together ,,lIE attention of Ladies is respectfully soliciJL Sadlery; The E'TlR. ed, any made in the United State '
Townsend with lands appropriated! by law for ted to my stock of Fancy Stationery, which Furniture Proprietor o secured the services ofa .1 nave on band a Urge and varied stock .*f
; lady long standing and reputation a ." .
Aiys-Mr. Bulls. the of schools and other embraces a great variety of beautiful note paper all of which; ar offered flay low tat
use military purposes Crockery, Class and Earthen\rarej; House-Keeper. He will spare no pains to make eah. JOHN M.PAYNtf DrmggisC 15,1
Councilman BuflSnglon then moved the still be excluded from the sale. plain and embossed; gilt edged Bath post letter Hardware and Cutlery] this House One Of the best in Flori and dt23 .
hop .
floe steel txprtttty for Ladies a large
paper pens by keeping a good house, and 1.S41IUELIOY2'5
of the above lands -
adoption of report of majority of Commit. The offering assortment of visiting cdrda, fce. Call and examine Hollow Ware} attention to to merit and reovive the .
will he commenced on the day appointed, if you wish something nice. Wooden Ware; patronage of blDei :
tee,denying prayer of petitioner, which after and will proceed in the order in which they JOHN M.PAYNE. Tin Ware j lie respectfully publc. a call front triads (T4teof the Firm of .._'.-.Ik oi .I f

argument by counsel-Mr. McTnlosh in behalf are advertised, with all convenient despatch, oct 23 _. Druggist. Cordage; and Travellers generally. 1 SavannahGa..) : .. 1.
A Urge and extensive Livery Stable is attached announce to his frfoflsli that-fcs /I I
of I'cflioncr, and )1r. Sanderson in until the whole shall have been offered, and TOTIIEGENTLEMENsY Slatoner'j} to the House. WOULD td Chariest *, S. l .If. : IL

behalf of remonstrants-was carried as follows the sale thus closed ; but the sale shall not OUR attention solicited to my rtdck of Mbdicinesj j The Western Stage leaves the House soon after 1-9 Eart Bay where he U prepartd. a. '

bekept ojwn longer than two weeks, and no Cig .-l hl.veJW received 10,000 Havana Paints and Oils; the arrival of the boat. era Commission Business and famish tv rdo>, : ,

: private entry of any of the lands will be admitted Cheroots (genuine and nd mistake.) which are Liquors, &c. &c. SAMUEL n t FrNGavn.PaOP&IEol.. at all times any articles from the Aortfc ft SotUk 4 '1 1C

I'M*-Me-srs.! Buflingtoli Cooper Cano until after the expiration of the two offered at lower prices than you can imagine ; call that may be wanted, for the usual aontiBiaiion.M '. "
Which they offer CHEAP FOR CA!ri. Being Convinced ,
soon br yon will regret it. September &t JSjl well as receive and sell the gasM. And I pladg* 1
( '
va. weeks. JOHN 1\1. P.YXE.. that the only way for a merchant M sell copy myself that all business entrusted ts sty ssiS I

\'II/c-Mrctrs. r.ulI Townscnd.Council I Give under my hand, at the city of Washington ,- -- ._- .- Goo cheap is to adopt the cash 1ltm. they Cow Hides Deer, Sheep, Otter shall receive such attention as will anssir* aioubf ,
this fourth day of November, Anno Sheriff Sale. r cell for CASH OI.Y: 'rusting that and Coon Skills man l t.ah n of their godd will Mt d.sbthg .'.1- }
tlieti :I4lj4!j >urucd. an examination of our merchandise and prices that my acqdaintaH With northern M4 1IIIeI. \
Domini one thousand eight hundred and fif VIRTUE of a Judgment and decree of the will convince our tl1!mer tba the cash rysiem B EESWAX; Wdol, Tallow Jti., arid aH era markets will enable me U do as Wall sti aayj '' of ,
Attest : ty.two. Circuit Court of the Eastern Circuit of the is more fur their oat own. we' Invite Country Produce Of this kind purchased, and better than '. S
F. CLAY BARRETT, MILLARD FILL-MORE. State of Florida for thE County of 'DuvM for them to call on for which the highest market cash prices will be AIM Dealer in Hotter Cheai.Plast.r5Mpible i ,"

Clerk of Council. tbe President the foreclosure of A mortgage and an execution us.MOODY & BOULTER. paid, or leather given in exchange, by I Dust Cement Limei arid Hair. : ; .
By : for the salE of the mortgaged property therein October 14th, 1832. 3m JOHN P BAUM And. Agent for sUndrr Machine ManUfaeioris if
JOHN WILSON, mentioned and described, duly issued and td me :d. 286, King Street, Charleston S.C. north and stmih as well as,Silas C. HerriBff : :

l'U.RWED, Commissioner of the General Land Office. delivered I have levied upon and will eij>oe for 'lpt23. Fire-proof Safes Georgia and French Bur MSI, "J

At Alligator, Columbia'County, Fla., on the sale, at pdblic outcry; before the door of the New Fall Goods Just Received SUBSCRIBE I. now Stones; M of which win be farniibad CIa.. ,. -4
iU Court House in J Jacksonville, on Monday the sixth THE .pe.sIag'- notice and at mannlaeturers'prices. "' toZ
by the Her.J. L. JURY, ALEXANDER ; .
NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS day of December next I All that piece or parcel E SnbscHbcr would beg icaVe to infdrm General assortment of Dry Goods Groceries Cash paid at all times for Wool GreM 8alii f:'

Yocsie, EQ.,_) Mr*._6._C. BAKSES.OblTCAllV.__._._ Every person entitled to the right of preemption of Jnd situate ip Dnva1 cunt .tying betwcentbe T"the public that he has just received a very be, Drugs enuirierattd Paints in Oils, sOsasbnrgs &e. Hnnong which and lry Hides; Deer and Sheep Sllflti Stibpinrf ,: : .;
h to any of the tracts of land to be forks VA Black Creek, in Section Thirteen, may part Furs Beeswax Rags Hope Cut.' Set bha2 -', ", !

offered for sale within the townships and Tdwnrhin Five Range Twenty-four, South and Large and Splendid Assortment ofD ,Calicoes Cloths fce. Cotton Seed and Florida Moss. Also, Sovtfcon .... ::1
DtCD in East. being all of lot number two, and part of Goods, Blankets Negro Tanned Leather in the rough. .4
tlii place, on Wednesday evening the fractional townships above enumerated, is lot number three in said Section and bounded on Ready mad'c Clothing; Ginghams and MdslinSi 09-Terms cash Invariably. Refer to eitbteJ .' ..
171k fart. MM. MATILDA BARTON Wife of required to establish the same to the satisfaction Aonh and the section line Boots Slides Flannels; Sheeting; frnd 81hrUng. of Savannah generally Sep lMs .i'
the by the highway Hats and Caps, and .
; Linens Satinets, It C.j _ _ _-_. -_ _ > ,j
1.1r. of the and Receiver of the twelve and thirteen, the Lain A
GEOIGE W. BABTOX Amnerly) ofPbiladelr Register between Sections on A rich assortment of Mouilin dc American Cambrics JackoneU Swiss and dotted .
'. Peaiuylrani proper Land Office, and making payment Ea t and South by Black Creek (South Prong) English, and French, both plain and Muslin Jacksonville Female lartkat ;', : }:

la the death of th'u ertlntatle I lady her bereaved therefor as soon as practicable after seeing and on the West by land belonging td Richard. figure tI; .. Hosiery Handkerchief, ice. MISS P, SWART;AND .. M. MARLOWf .4ANNOCIATI
about sixty acre Also and .
Dillon, and containing Ginghams, ,fig'd Alpaecu .
and before for C&is plain ; Ready-mad4 Clothing, PzicirAL*. '-" .,
llluIbanc1..d tiro orphan children hare sustained this notice tbe day appointed lots number two,three and four of fractional Section Mohair milE FOURTH YKAK of this fastaatisa" .
the commencement of the public sale of tbe number Fourteed in Township number Five Cloths We are also rtceiring a general aisdrtnttfnt of I ..
tmpcrable loss ; and the community to which Eglih Merin Pat ; J. win eoMmene On the 30tk of fSepUaikof,
chad been eo inch endeared Will long cherish lands embracing tbe tract claimed, otherwise and Range number Twenty-four. South add Ea- S'j Groceries Flour,,such Pork as-Cheese inst. The classes will be arranged u U s sa* '
containing one hundred and twenty acre and sixty Plain Chameleon ; tJt tbs. )
brace the different and capacities
such claim will be forfeited. of ages
tae of Jwr aucial Tobacco, Coffee few bags Jays '
hmuory rirtures-her kiudneu JOHN bundreths of an acre, said lands being the same Wide blask doFlorence pits and thus progressively pro tt their Ist-<
and Brown
.f heart bet active benevolence,and her nnostenfctiottj WILSON, mortgaged by Benjamin Frisbee td Isaac J Moses, dd Sugar, Loaf leetual improvement, tad alsd InstofUthorough .
tnaritr. ] D. Commissioner of the General Land Office. on the nineteenth day of April A. D. 1849 and Colored Satin, fce. Candles; Soap, Starch,.1I.e. I instmctioa in the various dcpartsassUf .
Was ,
an exemplary mcmkrof nov25 14t by said Isaac J Moses assigned to Jacob J. Moses, A Very rich assortment of C heres all Crackers of every description White Wurf. I'I 'of literature and science. - *

the EpUcnpaiCbuirh t and her whole life and levied upon and will be sold to satisfy said wodl Vinegar Cider* and Mathematical Instruction will W C0n...'/'. _

was a> exenf>lintation of the Cfcrsstian principle Wine &e, Judgment, Decree and Execution,in favor of said Shawls*, plain, printed, and embrdidered; In PaiDts &e4 the former Teacher -. -
Ihe II'Of'eued. Brand. Dirt, BBANDV Jacob J.Mose Also at the same time and place, Black silk Mantij White Lead, lulnlp ibid Latticed OIL The French and Drawing Department w21 b 4 '
Otard. It Co' ,
OLD Dupnr will be sold by virtue of a Judgment and Decree Persian Also Lead Shoti and Powder. under the direction of Prof. DCS Uochers., -
WINE-a article. 'fV
*"" rery superior of the Circuit Court of Dnval county for the foreclosure Black and col'd English Silk Hdse AldO'Statiooery,Cap and Letter paper Musical Instraction will be gives to th.PuiiLt* .
Notlte. MADEIRA do. do. do. of a Mortgaged Property therein men D do Gloves and Lace MItE; Fancy Soap of all kinds of this Institution by any of the Profrw.n.ttbs.t 1j I
OLD PORT JUICE. tioned and described, duly issued and decreed.the Kid Gt n -; large assortment; Blank Books; Science in Jacksonville; the Principals leaving U- I
1' concentrate and Settle my Dueincss.I offer PItIMEIIOLLANOGIN. 24th day Bf May 1852 and to me delivered, I Rich deep Trimmings, Braids, Lace Crimps, Cologne, and other extracts. optional with the |>arcnU and guardians U te& :,
for sale t The above were purchased of one of the beet have levied upon and will expose for sale at pub Cords, and Fringes; And a Ge Assortment& of Fancy c.. ."
Fort George Island. houses in New York aud warranted superior. lie four aegl'tMlIJ via: Black Lace Trimmings, very wide; Goods. : ;
Hatton Wand July 22 For sale by JOHN M. PAYNE. outcry Moses, (black) malE, aged abddt 23 A beautiful lot of Embroideries; Fen sale on 1" Uinis 111 Tcaizs (rsvAas.n''D\"uCK.-F.r. savt.ri' s.
LIVINGSTtJN of eleven weekstOrtbogriiphy f.
Agent i
lanDingi Island Collar J. :
Samson do do do 40. Needle-Worked ; :
Two Sister Island ; nBLS. NEW BUCKWHEAT Tamer do female do 90. Do Cuff-bonds, Cbimisettcs, At Finnegan's old Stand Jacksonville/Fla, Reading Writia- .. $ '.
4 10 Bflie Cheese Arithmetic, ,* '- S :. ,
New "UI.
Msr-pnrt Steam Saw-mill'and about SBOacwiof 13.Clary t7ndersieeresandL.C.Hdkffs tr. ( c py.) r
Kate, do do do Sept.
land la Marion 1 Dos. Pine Apple da. Insertlngs Geography*Grammar and History, I.II 'I I
nd ;
Address County. I Cask London Porter. dd tii&m&ortgni d-.lke E Watches Jewelry Clocks.fcc. fce. Mathematics and the bight raftehw '-"'1-is !'
K. B. KIBB5 William "
1 Cask Scotch Ale. Said negroes being by d of English LiUraimt, '. 1 ,
May-port Poet Offitie.v Sait Haddock to Horace O. Man and Daniel C. Thread do S r
10 Sacks Liverpool < The French Laaguag. U ilinsa. tf
251852 tIJ Just landing from Brig Horace dreef f. and for Ambler,the 2d day of March, 1849 and levied I German tnValencinel, da C.D."OAK. Drawing and Fainting 40. ,. .. 4 i
t.-- B8L5. -- -- ale by, (norlSJ F. WAVER k CO. upon and will be sold to satisfy laid Judgment, dd TstAVlNG just returned from the Nerthwoald Music from $10 .,11 fa X4bssoa j
MESSPORX; Decree,and Execution in favor of aid Horace I Worked Flouncing; JjL rospectfany inform the public that be asbrought Ana44itwMldtarr of,10 osoas tetMsVvfll-** I
i W.1IIrit. Tarpentiae. O. Moss and Daniel AmWer.Jacksonrille Embrdidered Skirts; Jo.if .
1 spbndid assortment also be made to each patron fur ** faartsr. '
fcd. out
{.reeeired aDd for ale br, For Sale OBOe U. SMITH. Do Window Drapery, a tu .Ini.:. '- : S 1
tad AND SILYERV T II.ES,. lug -
-Z F. WA\.ZRatCU. Oct. 23 I8l2. Sheriff. A sriWrlorrelvet nd style df GOLD -
A TURPENTINE of PLANTATION, containing very cl Fine Gold Je retry of every description ; Jacksonville September 1st, 1832._ Usa--i-s :: J !

Wanted. 1142 acres as excellent aqunlityEs Do Jnncu.*: Gold aDd Silver Guard Fob!and Vest Chains; '
any in East Florida for the above VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL Ribbons wide, AND SILVER SPECTACLES; : I Ia
and Neck very GOLD CLINCH HOUSE :
Bich *
TWO OR THREE Shoe Makm. for which There i* on the place, a comfortable dwelling PROPERTY FOR SALE BD& SILVER WARE-such as Spoons of all k.nds i< i

*wei will be eireu ; PeE men vnft. house Negro quarters new, fce. 80,000( Bois of the late Cot. John: H. f'djte. Ties, and Jenny Butter Knives fce. Gold and Silver Pencils; THE ,,SUBSCRIBER, I .
1'ned. F. SMITH t co. already In use. betide a considerable quantity of THE Execntdrt Buski Slp GOLD PENS : .Atii' ..I
AJ1ipt.r. .i 4t tree suitable for Mill logs,with a large quantityof offer for sale, and are ready to ; baring recently opened n.-
-- Lightwood. The above Und are between receive applications for the purchase of, all his Gentlemen's Vert fine u Gaiter, and Knives,RaZOrS Scissors, Shears.ate.; a splendid the above House would rcafMoauiiy a..3
Moncriefs and Six Mile creek and from 4 to 6 real and persdnal property, consisting of a quantity Shoes; lot of Ladies' Fans, Combs Brushes, fce.; licit: the patronage of the Pi Lio. IT : J'
Notice. miles of the Town of JaeUonY 1le. of Plantation Implements Mule, Oxen, Ready made Clothing, of erery. derpon PERFUMERY, &c.; are at this time some Ire to six J'OOO"It .>>ue 'O! (. I,
SIX WEEKS from date I will apply to the The subscriber wishing to sell from his maDIIitl Cord Fodder, and about 221 Slaves, fce., all and quality. CIGAR CASES FOR MON.A.IES, le1'eralof the same****! t. r; Tt .t. >-;

judge of Probate for Colombia county for to attend to the business. For terms applyto which *re on the plantation called Burlington, The Subscriber would ely that te das engaged and other articles, too numerous to men iswithiatjISie i" hWidr J a jU L "an the p5j 4
weni of AdminutraUoa oa the Estate of Flora HENRY HOLLAND.. Duval county Florida. The Slaves will be sold accomplished Tailor to do cnztomwork,which many The public are invited to eall.oJ aixHaak" ,1-.111 w. 'l'h nir-i. i .vat fr' .
an tion. 0J0
'' wrl, dceeaied.r2J Jacksonville. E. F., Nor. 18, 18.)2. in a body or in families ; and the lands in varius will done with elegance and taste. Watches and J eweliy repaired at short notice !. o4ts will' horde Courb IID4 two J. : !
.. b ( ..iHwes,both Ie.iing ffoo e N
WILUAM R. EDWARDS. tract and quantities fo suit purchaser*-a Caasimeres, nd Vestmgs, kept to suit "
The Wilmington Herald [Iaw4t] and Cloth ,and warranted. FIT fttrttwr tartitff 'f apply MtoeofSoea
ft>- copy diagram of which exhibiting localities, maybe 11. 1832. ly. : frI !
Jacksonville, Sept. '
F. ,VaYer end billIe. this office.NEV the their with the Jakaviflo tepuican .n.t 'i& '-
k Go. seen upon application at plantation to Planters who Wish t furnish ne roes ;
e. a.,11 Benjamin Wilson, Esq., Agent or to either of .I shoes or clothing, with large Notice. Jstt$1 .i.SKEW ". !
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a Mereh&nta i School 8, 18.1Zo.
AXDe&lrn BUTCHERY. the subscribers. Among the real estate Urge Quantities at very low prices..up will an Evening Fslathatr1-- : --- &L.o, p; : *

S..GI'neeijeI, ., Choice Wind, SUBSCRIBER take occasion to return and elegant dwelling house are situated in the The public are solicited to call and examine THE Subscriber_" on the first open Monday of September Sotlce. =- .

: Uq..&AI r&,Oils.Drug.te.Boris.Ace .1. his thank td hi former friends for the city of St.Augustine, fronting the public square. hoods and prices for thembe. for Gentlemen. The classes will meet .n' I will
next ? after W
hint when Saw Mill and site, with the build- B. MONTH pesentw. .i
I far CASH Ml/. very liberal patronage bestowed on Also,a steam L. AMERMA. to Wednesday, inclusive of each SIX'
Business. with it. This mill i 85-horse from Monday ". lS.n Y'Ifelten. a. Al\at rutor ut
f- _BaT SU_Jaektonrnie E. Fla. previously ie also take engaged the opportunity in Bdtebering to state that lags power connected, work two gang of upright law and one JackJonriDe,Oct.1st,185L 1-t' week. Rooma open from half past 7 to 1 1 o'clock.- hec t*'- HLVLKliAT., *, i-reawO to thIon. .
tvat c'mt"
TEKMS. Judge for
: 'f Hew Grocery,and Provision ,Store. lIe' will recommence said Easiness at the circular Florida either machinery' There u or no frame-work.better mill Attached in ABtoniBnlns Intelligence! 'Per Quarter of eleven weeks for any branches : inal sctU- "wcAt! e, w tl date ; and alp" *ppy frT

I mIlE SUBSClUBEttS 'having, taken the Jacksonville Market, to it is a substantial' and commodious in the English and Mathematical Courses, ten ettersdiswiry- f"-_,.. "
:; banding. Si solicit of which vessel that can ,The Oah' System Adopted the Scientific Course twelve C. 3. ,; .
cmpid ,
Bay formerly by from thi* date; and he again respectfully wharf alongside any dollars. Including. A. i..z-at
op fc lionra. wo U iarit the the patronage hit former easterners and the part diE St.John** river bar may lie and load. .t the new Y fc PROVISION STOREoflh.Sub.criberlntheciyOf d "mr.E" ute. ".f c.1--' ,,
siers to sortaenri it at the month of Doctor's L e'on ijghU the JacklOllw.JDM MS8. < .: _
io\- tlaell 1arge sad general pnblie pledging himself that, be will-tue every is situated and Fuel furnished by .Principal.
, GroowieIlw..n.. be icon in partMarMJWf. effort to accommodate and please, and to .furnish the St. J oha'*river,opposite to Mandarin, about, .,, ." Jacksonville 7 JtHAVING ,Stationery, Books &., extra. .1 BronghttoJail ." ; f '
choice article mile above Jacksonville, and 23 mile below for the, formation of and exer- v ) *
a of JleeC. 14 and opened my large Opportunities
;r FI0r. Batter. "- A large body of pine timbered Und i* J.t rind> with will be N the tenth of May,a 'Kszio caaaw .,
,S- F.1&oa i He will cell at .the old price- cenU pieolata. & Goods, selected cbe m,;a Drbattng. Society. O WASHINGTON SarTto, belongs -a.I
. Cen al Pork.Pickled Lard. per neat by from which saw logs'may be had. and of this : '. F: BROWN- .
ell reference
, JLIee. 1 -Cheese pound. w .. which wall purchased by" the proprietor for that express t t. d Maet. Principal of Jaclutmvffla'Male and Female Classical BENIAMIN.S1NGLETOg/of L.wade. ee.
in I '
Mackeet. ... HeaIi" expect* it a few day* 'to be butchering .Tha AIm U new.and ha only been la 1 i Uka pleasure eisu aN new Institute.. ,August 19-tf ty,Ga.-abo.t twenty year of age, rt ,., ;' -
: \ ,. ... 'Choineflaas. jp. '. Sheep and Hogs, when be
-. .Skies kSboulders. ;-' J4arketlboo4.r and).,. _.--"**.". .. proprietor,and i* now ready neneaeratioa or the uIuIIItddInOU arti- IX weeks after date f will apply U Ron UwJadgeof rwnawa, tw.' week ,., ,; of/. ",
I s )
t t4..W.8t.arrL; i. ha ateared a partner who IIWeU U working ofderr U may to eeen aad faupected ,which my 1* supplied i* deemed Probate ofColambiaCoutyl.J :: I
mN : Jaflor; Colombia Rid Fla.4itf' :
r_ ._ Ie the I to : eonaty
" t. _t. experienced buiaess furnish C.tUc by any peTao*wishing t.o purcbaaepn appbcstthatbe say. that 1 hare erery- letters of '
Lea4. UqsoTLa .bowiD. :famish (bent kw, aD a *nneccssaryf a"& a County-deeeaaed.oetf ,May 23-If ._" :: '. lookSaWEEK.San.
: and .. a* a*)they AE. \ thin ( of Crews late of Cobu
t tI egrI. L can be had and'thn v enable a*.toolerth._ .. '- "JACOB WAIDBtRd. ? "Y : ,el i. tetwa. a:: : ..iomJCkEws&Jm.S ., Jwi11"t
J '- 'TU1 old rSROsb1O' ,.-- .-_: ". : ., -1"? ." BENJiA.PUTNAM,' Fai1"p S 19 TlUs. aU.
, .f" 1\eir $ c JOHN D. McKINLEY.for. rf __ 'i Executors of John H.McJBtosh. ._' }.b WZf after;date J."m"apply to the >; f.Prei>at ,.
IItoek <>t good* cIaa *"* SIX the Jaqo ,of Probate for Conmbia county r letters administration on UM estate ah
McKINLEY fc DE1'U.)1 :
D.; lata 1852.
N4ly f JOHN .,
t u.:1Uda '
they h the3I. J.8-lm tt' &' t t; r- .' 1i1 T IegazsIeas; county for fetter administration on the estate or GeOrze tate.181cI. ,
"I. ; jectseUtheaokrashie /j14aUaaeb.71tOpurvba.ofthea. Norember rf SUPERIOR lot of Sesrs'judre.; of William Patch, late of mid county, tfeeeawdt oonI1. CHARLES STEWART. .

.__700 bushels* prime,WUiXli'.coJCt;" C HAMPAGNE-Of thrftfor*Brand. ,.jut. : re;;. u the Drug ad Fancy t"ot' I '_ .'_,' WILLIAM U.'FUTCU.- A1tita&or. E. FL".,October I6tb 1832. :
< 'A"
i -' K. WAVER' CO. ceiHClandCoru.1e. 'tolls } 6th 1352. 23-6 Oct 21&
",-, '. J Inyifle,If'Y J8 *tl ToruAjMzS.IL&NILtM, t1 nov18, !'. WAVER" CO.. 1 PAYNE. I Alligator, Sept. I,

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.I '2oS rei. iyrnrnwiy &? !3r WEBTEIL'SJUQTIONARYJ
QZee fl&7j> : ,<\uff &V.fyl JaiUra; 1RP1;

L t Jarknoiivlllr. lluval Count j-/E. F.j byDREW. ::1 1ttttkt ofc1nJ419 & : ew york ,Th aStoie; an their AND SAFfi

) tLtIuts : .. in6thbrScieitifid Wonder! content*destroyed.* 'Deeds before worda'" I R1: ? RJPzCHRONIODIARRHA
: I. __. I nOneVol.CroWflQfl&rtO, of 1453 PageiJQr > ..REARVn.W
.44 TKtw'-Thrc )Dollars per annum, payable cRgAr0IJRE Fo1r Coataitinf TflSEK TIMES tQie mtltnt fo*n4iiboi ta E LEVI1SAFES of
; Eujlul*Oyuonu}compiled in UU coaatrG. /.' contents The Safe mmtf by Kicb Si and prosecution of clIme before T"PYSENTEBY
> 'S < u; on vtJcrinjj tins' laprr. t ISEiWSJ S : PUUUIflDIL L'defied|be flame and brought outt3 eflntent* .g. or any 6f the Executive Deriartnientsw -vs- : iP r :

: Subscription*, if n l paid before the espirationf mark. >f fire them lainie arising fruin the Kevolutionuft Florida.
: jrithont t upon i
S. & ,C. Merriam, Springfielcl;Hm, :, o rMeziettis lnvalit1 ,Uaay
$ ''k ) the yeaf/are c irjml 91. I DR.. J. QUCTQSDWEaVE )cn "" ui' wars ; BevolntiouitU -
Jl 4db1gzz.ette1kr.. tIJTTEUi r or Widows' Ven4ons ava1.or Army;
rv > A lvcrliM iiU will be in-scried at tho following J n :.... ....... ; THE TiREvtx rtETcn knf ANj 1''. I unty l.irh4 or crip, under h'v of' Feb. 11, Which lias ever been presented to the public1,

; < :$ rAtes < ne l)olIsr per sijnare ( ,twelve lines) for | 'I'EMTIMONI&LS. j NEW YOUK, Dec. 20, 1S5I 7Abdt 1C t Tan
5* 'i : tic fir-d, atitl :44ttFiTe, Out* for every subsef f "Etjrmologtcal apart titrptutet 'anything that- Mc *rs. STEAttNs and 3/invi.v'succcs3orst' Mileage due retutnicg; Volunteers v Clalmr'forHorses pnfiThjr. ''Bgylr nis>aT MILKD TO'CCIN'i no
I Kicn & Col, No.116\atertrretNeW Yk- lost,and other 'Property destroyed ;,Exp "
quent itMCffiun.JTo yearly Advertisers a liberal lias been done for the Enjlith LanguAge. I o'ol t'lNcUINsTAwCr.. 8 -
: 3 ins, whenthe re was conrutuingmy pla .t eincurred by Volunteers before being Jnnstcrcd -. .
v-jf: r div unt vUl bC Jrtal*. All transient Advertiser -; nsir.ess No. 2lt l'earl Street, I was absent 'in and rcce vejl jnto, service ;,Waggon-mas- fHtllfS "Valuable"prcynratfoTi ''Is
'' < runnin *eeoHnt JwlliTtne I R enstlncr Connt testing a. nev c1eaningnpft. tef and 'Teamsters* claims Marjncs*, sailors', eompoaaJej
: : ( < n!' i it ::ig it ; J, t M'. from several medicinal roots'growing
in connection with ExeeMor Thrasher, &e'. &e. hvtfc*
ratus my Wilds of Florida.
oHioc) lutulbc laid fur pre publifcation. innd did not fend thenecount until I was fearful it llaviiig'all forma-necessary r.a proper Vegetable Is PURELY and waouf

:; :' -> I, was too late to save my books which were placed prc&utation of claims, together with the 2riile I of: the above, and disease.designed:The Esrccuur Inventor for totem

: 1't rtwwijst distance can guvern thoir reinil in one of your safes, purchased from jl/r. 'J/arvjn I and regulations governing the .different Departments etor' is. folly convinced that it- is and Propri.

? : r t mr"* for a.Kcrti.-'iiiy' by ilie following rules: /J. ; some years a 50. JJ/y fears were not allayed when be is prepared to undertake"all claims, of:I Medicine In fact the test that he an has invahabh
c7 11 found It necessary upon my' return tq apply the what kind soever, that''may require the services in the town in which fires It a
.: e.: One *i ire (tvrelre line*) published 's inuth Croton Water 40 hours before 1 was enabled to fan1 Ageneynt this place/- resides' and tbssa*., .
tilling success with which it
.. 10 OOjj after which it 54I I has met warrant
$ lor-- $ 'THE'TRUEI commence operations; required Particular attention given to the proper settleaient him in saying that

: Two *. fur s-'ix month*, 15 W; I hours of labor and application td raise they 'Jfala- of.(Quartermasters'accounts., He-has, therefore it-is-a'POSITIVE'CURE.
.. yjmare knows its ralue, I coma to the, d tcfolar from ii Yon
FLUID Every mander ashy t>ed. may Judge fmy Charges moderate L ta ,
Ix-pnl and other! t'ard. an. 10 O( i iN'nticcii ; andrgn1atedbythenTflOUfliclaimed place it'within the reach of all, knowing how
per thi !
; : I! anxiety during delay, nnd myngreeable surprise and tlio extent of services required. suffer with this many
'C ; t<* iMitnr ad orvd'.tornv; 7 ( i i iA OK cASTnic JUICE: uponopening: ? the/afc n the 'presence"vof a All cominunhm.tiuus1e injure inscrtion.must Disease y unpleasant and often 4ucerous -'

: i ? | .i.uiiil Adiuiui* Prepared from HENXGT, or the f nrtliOF rutaeii ? raved and legible as they were previous to lniurchaslag. Indian -
!Application' fur as TUK ox, after dinxstioufi of i3aron"'LlIil51 J, the fire. The intense heat to which the Safe,41 I I1IERIOANANDFOREIGP F .flr/ IiOxeeitst-l
a (UForannonnrewnt w ; valuablo work- a NECESSITY roSTEUT i.particularand.look formy
Iritt-ir v > $10 the A very be from writtensignatoron
: great Ph.VMo'ogieal Chewist, by J 'S. Hooghton. s can conjectured thajotditior l the label. '
, ) \l. U., l'hiladi.lii.i! 1'a.Thisis ZDtrCTtD MAX. of nnOtbcrMfe"tnot a'tnTfttnatider: ] "Which an :
refer the
) below
; i.fli.'t'c pullio to a'few
.. No announcement will IKia.i>lc ( c A truly wonderfiil remedy for. Iiulisc* i iron skeleton frame only.rvui.tiued, and not a yes CITY OF IVA HIJfGTOV, t lected from certificates ie-<
received from
: slon. Dysjiepsia. Jaundice. Liver Con tigo of a book. They wcroi companions nn'thoatae among many rcspecta-
Complaint, N1Fll thcdixeetion
Ill r citizens of Jacksonville.
:. .. be nItIIIUt.1 i with the aiiu-unt charged.I'Milorial stipatiuii, and Debility) curing after Nature's ? office, on the .second floor, from"which tHey l'ALMILt: ufXew york, and WORTII

. 4: 'notice* for pritate boiii-nt! will be owu method, by .N'jUurc Vo\vu ngeut, the has fell upon crates of cai-thcrn ware in the cellar, the INTON. GA1{RETTSON .SRTiIE,. ofNet r-I! EGBERT'POmSETT.P. .
i ir
** charged double the rite of advertising.Kclii trie Juiee. ruined safe upon the Salamander.. If their position Orleans, Attorneys nnTl Oounscllors of the B'uprcmfe P. S. should not be without this vain- -
notices will : -l laif a teaapoonful of Pepsin, infused in dl The most ACCTBATH and KZUABLE Dktionary been reversed, not even the skeleton Conrt of the United States. able Medicine livery family-ought.tokeepit;
? and Marriage ,
-il <>Ki,Obituary, .
water, will di ei't or dissolve lusrnws fifrortildiirf of the Language." would haVe remained. My loss over the insurance This establishment is formed for the on hand.

bejmblislHsl g:.Iti& ; in about linrtltoi'm, out of the! gtomacb.IVp.iu is 'jl.JJUO, yet the F.ilvation of my books in objects: following A.M. REED, pricHpallAgeit foir Jaetion,

: Cuninnihi atiiKS must l>c postpaid.aCSMS is the great clouient, or great Digestive your Salamander, with the representatives of' 1. For practicing law in. the Supreme Court- of 'i11 __.
: princijile of the Gastric Juice-tlit fxi'ctnt $100,000( and important documents which con!,1 ? _
** %IM.**% V-* **:** Jrl ** A afllu the United States, and
1. /V/. the l'iu-i fifing, Prucrtiug. and StimiJnt- not be duplicated, has fully compensated me. business before conducting professional I ***r:
JOhNS Congress.
:: .. : : ST. REMIS'ARY.VF LKARXL'G. lag Azfnl of tLe Stomach and Intestine It It It will afford me great pleasure to exhibit th e 2.. For the TESTIMONIALS;
AT HI AD ISDN, FLA. extracted front the Iiigcstivc Stomach of the Ox new safe purchased of you, and explain merits, in law prosecution arid recovery of all claims i\\IS.. W "S -' "-I.Is-* *&. "

4 j_ t thu forming \UTiFiri.4i.. 'DIGESTIVE! FLr1D: AGES M7U. ZLAFBE before any other Dictionary at my present ofiicc, No.251 Pearl street, where I' fore Congress or equity, against the executive the United State be SEVER CASES CURED an

of thl* Iii tUnllnu were precisely liko the natural iastric Juice in its of the Language will bo require4.Ltd. ." shall remain until the new building, No. 216 i.i s or 11)epartusents, or

..;:, V. 4. THe'Kxert-Ur '. ( t1I JULY hi chemieal powers, and furnishing a comji'rteaad erected. Yours respectfully, against Commissioners.foreign Governments' before. Boards of ? Si3IuzCimFA.'DeisjI.

under the superintendence vf'r.l ISAAC AULl)), ytrfcfl subctfutcjr it. fly (ho aid of thi.-i pre JOSEPH G. GILBERT. 3 For the settlement of accounts'"with the MrPoinsctt, -

:: M. I). partition the pains and evils of Indigestion an The undersigned invite country merchants anc State IR : For the benefit of the afflicted ycW
Treasury War Navy-Post Office eta
The Trustees take pleasure in annnnnclig 1)yqicp.iia are rcmoved. ust as they would be by others interested in the preservation of their book Interior ; publish the following have fa*} seten eases of
to the Patr>in of the Seminary and the public healthy $t inach. It is i d<>ing wonders fo.- 1'js.iopties :. D., of Scotland, author of from fire but Departments, and obtaining the mnis- Diarrhoea on plantation this
[ particulaily those having Rich''a sion of fined,itnalties, and forfeitures for my season j all of
.. nerilly their entire confidence in I rAulil as A ] curing eases of Jol-ility, emaciation, nor 1 Ch. Philosopher" etc. safes in ue] to call at the depot 1-W \Vatcr street L violations of the revenue, office, alleged other ]} which have been cured by the use of year .most
'earner. wliit-li has far attended vinu decline, and dysjx" >tie or i
From the so Consumption valuable
I. success ] sup- Its reputation is widely extended. I doubt New York, to fee the interior of Mr. Gilbert medicine called Indian Loxeenst. '
.. the Tru"toe.< foel an a .*urnc |n>sed tq ho oo the der e of the grave. The IN.-I- jaws. Yours
.. that they will wered in buiblin: nil a entifie evidenced o-i wliich it is based is in tht not this edition has received essential improvements safe with the books undisturbed, which he, hakin.lly 5 4. For securing letters patent for-inienion C respectfully, J OILS PRICE,Jr.
hands it has L permitted to remain for the satisfaction from the United States or from ,foreign ''Govern
School exactly adopted tu the wants of the coal highest degree curious and remarkable. from the able passed I- STILL ANOTHER.
0 through: and gratification of the public. meats, and procuring land warrants and pensions

mnrrity.Their objerl tg to estaMish, on a enn.iJiPnt baift. KCIEXTIFIC r.TIDEXCK.J'ir I Ip Doors&:3-,Orders promptly for and Burglar faithfully Proof executed.STIA1LNS&3tARVN Vault andVaul. It nnder States.the various pension laws of the Unite ) Clack Creek;Fla., Feb. 1st, 1S32.i .

p. MI inntitntion in which the tuind uf the pupils >n .LiKcno, in -celebrated work on Animal Dear Sir-Some time since a member of
: shall be tkoroMnfil f c-diir.tU-il. l'| l by ancjiruext Chemitry! says : "An ArtiS'-iil Digestive p II 'I to Rich & Co., 5. For collections generally, embracing debt !rr {j family was very ill, indeed, with a Diarrhoea.nry J

desire t<> jroniotc the welfare of t lie rising Fluid analagous to the Gastric Juice maybe t 14G Water street, and ucec corner'ors Avenue A and >I tI and legacies foreign, and countries.inheritances, la the United States i resorted to several things usually given 'for the

: t generation and IUCflL'4 c tit- piospcrity of . .... % i !Arrowing Su.le. they rely with cong the Stomach of the Ox, iu which various articles 4 ; 0. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of i lief. Your Indian Loxecnst. was
EEST DEFIXIXO DICTIONARY in the English |j Owners of the exclusive right of Rich's Paten it the States or Territories of the Union, and loan-i reeommeadeil
#.! 4 4etwe..tIJln! tuQ cniHirt] of a piitriotie, generous;, of food, as meat and KSJJ-S will lie softened i for the whole of the United States, and the j by several persons; 1 made np my mind to try it. '
: ? ami enltgttfeiK l piWic) tiUt.tfl them in the accvinplUhiuen.tiof changed, aurl rfigfftttl jt>fi in tt saint maiineiax Language. j makers of ijalamandor safes combining both only L- lag therein.moneys on mortgage of real estate" lying j j and am,very glad I did so, as one Bottle effected

'. ,( ,.]>ti bUinporKK 9. they iroulJ be in the human flunirtrh." pal .i j a cure Yon will please publish this-
cuts, commonly called Kjcu'ssafca WILDEK'J as pc
,: ..ExperienceIA& deuiuu.traiud b yon.1 a t ThCi: rar.E, I.) hi* valuable writings on th /tO-t&cK Salamander Safes with Rich's or 7. For investment of funds in United States'; a valuable Medicine ought to be known to'*

.? the ne c#
A exceedingly low rate;of the pat session have diminiiiion of the luc quantity of and -
ACCURATE giving a just -------- ------
: : failed to produce a fnifficient fund to meet the current is a prominent and all-prevailing cause of lys I- business pertaining to a law, loan, and j ELIJAH BUTCH.
ipcDsciortbc k-howl. The Trudtcc hare, |
therefore,determined to d'>pt the following pcriwtnent of medicine in London, who was severely -/1JO> Acres, situated on the head waters All communications addressed, postpaid, to !

: i rate*, xrhidi they are satisfied oiunot be afflicted with! this complaint, finding every thin p / *9i vP3> of Halifax river, Orange county,S Messrs. Palmer & Snethco. American and For- JACKSONVILLE F.,August 15th, Idol.

4 ,.. s1eeiiiI exorbitant by any one who will give the else to fail, had rwourse to the Ga trie Juice, otained East Florida, 44 miles south of St. Angustin< cign Agency, city of Washington, will receive Dear Sir: This will iofjcin
.4 matter a uomcnt's reflection. from the stomach' of living aaimalswhici! I bounded on the North l>y lands of J. J. 1'ulow,, prwnptaud faithful nttermt'n. of medicine, called I.IDIAI yon Lot ooe bottle

, : RATES OF TU1TIOX: l>rorrJ runiji'tti'y titcrefffii" deceased, and on the south by lands now or latel' 1'ALMEK. & SSETHEX, permanently your cured two of LoxEctsT,;baa
l >tr. I the of Office No.5 Carroll Place, CapitolllilL. my negroes of a sever
GIMII.VM. author of the the
famous works property Marquis do Fcrgeand. Th'
o: ''
' attack of
Dysentery. consider
- & : (riv.iny i\ Auv.tWE-rtR fKSIuN OF FIVE I Ju'yS. lawtf. it an excellent
Vegetable I tier H greater portion of said lands with
pays : u a remarks are covered : medicine for this and
complaint take
4 )VTfl. fact in that the growth of Live Oak Cedar ,' great plea"<
physiology, stomach* of animals and and are well '
; ,, For $pclling,. Heading. Writing. Primary Oeoir niaeemtcd in water, impart to the fluid the prop:. TIIE MOST COMPLETE ACCURATE adapted! to cultivation of Sugar Cane and thi Bounty Land and General Agency, stile in recommending it to the public.

-., ,. j >|y,aui4 IViinary ritbinel k. $S UO crty of dissolving various articles of food, and! oclTecting AND RELIABLE DICTIONARY OF TUB Upland portion to that of Long Staple Cotton. Respectfully yoon,
... fur{jcographv,Arithuictiv, LaiglUh Grain- "Washington, D. C. S.D.FER.XASDE2:.
a tbd of artifieuil dig&-tioa'of tbeui I iino U LANGUAGE. Lyirgoa n navigable stream for Hat boats.o if I To Mr.E.PoinsetL
: A -'mar. anil fod.rrn History, 12 00 wise iiffcront from the natural digestive pro three fett draft of water, theso lands arc convenientlv JOSEPH T. IVALKE'B. will give. prompt

. t., ; .. For 'Ancient History, A <-irnt <>ongrapliy.Chemirtry. cess." : Jd/M situated for forwarding produce. attention to the BOUA'TY UTHERE IS NO FAIL 1LV'IT.' "

,i,, Natural Philosophy, Natural C3"Call on the Agent and get a deswiptivi For trins apply to -' U. DU K\V, LSD CKVDIS of officers and soldiers engaged !
; History, "it{ IA SWMI in Algebra, (tjeom- circular, grati.- giving a large iunonnt of scientific 3A t this Office-or to in the Ff.oRrnA WAR- or in'either"of the INDIA St.: Joh'. Beach,Fla., Feb. 5th,1352.

1 etifc-Anatway. Physiology, 20 00 tevi lenec, similar to the ab--ve, together with C. W. DOWNING, Tallahasw WARS in which tho U. States have been engaged i, ; Dear Sir-Having nsed your most valuable
' For higher brain-he*of ilUbciiuiics. T igic, report* of remarkable! cares, from all parts of]the August 19-tf or the War with Great Britain of 1312;-tocfaiinsoa Medicine called Indian Lexeenst with
Rhet' rje, Moral and Intellectual Philoop United the U.State complete
States. for
SERVICES i, success in family 1 feel it
my a dn I
jy owe U
FrencV r, fxitrn and 5rcek Laagnages, 25 10 00IVr AS A DYSPEPSIA CURER. Union Agricultural Warehouse srrpi extra,
(Vntlngent 00 Cio Dr. I lough to '* IVpsin has produced the most any dserption of business requiring an Agent c r children have been cured of a severe Diarrbm*
4! expense AXO Attorney at Washington. For
procuring Lund j with it,when else
nothing would
1|*berc; Will he at the close tuarvt-llous effect?, in curing Diseases of Debility, Warrants his will be la give us relief.-
I; a public cxamina'-inn : Emaciation, N'crvoua Decline SEED STORE charge $5. other cases j Publish this if yon please. Yours,respeetrnllr.
, and Lot
.. Dvrpcpti '
will be !
.ittbe&ion-attuilance. wn which will Iw obligaforyuHirt charge proportioned to the nature and
It is I Vo. 23 CHA.S. UROW5L.
jsiblo to the FCLTOX-STUKET
siitupUon. iiujH give details of j KE\V YOKK.
. all the students, nnteii' a written rcn'ot I difficulty of the case. To
in the limits of this advertisement but And thirty other members of the United States J Dr E Pouuctt.
..F <| to the contrary be received from their parenoj cases certificate's have ; authenticated i- Senate. THE undMsigned F lieit the attention of al lie willolso act "connection with Agents c rj i
been of
: ;uarian. than hundred nmarkibte given more of Implements for the Farm 01 r Attor #3tn Florida, who may be employed in JACKSO.TVELIX, 3Iay 6th, 1351.JACKSO.XVILLS .
tw' in
h lioard cah ,l>e obtained in private families at rum, Philadcl- Plantation to their assortment, which include, Bounty > :iMd and other claims, on terms whichmay
". from eight to ton doHar i-ernurjth. phia. New York, and Ho ton alone. These wcrc_ many of the moot recent improvements in th me be agreed upon. Letters [which should L e July 30, ISSL

Ii ; .. CIIAIIJS: : isrssKLL, nearly all desperate acc, and the cures were notonly ) Ie:
)fr Secix-tary of the Uoard of Trustees.fiil rapid and wonderful, but permanent. | will sell at prices to insure satisfaction to th June5._ lawtf. dine foe Diarrhoea"anAfind it by far the best aa X

r <' Ang. 19-U It is a great nervons* antidote, and particularly President_of_the_United_Statca.__ I i buyer-especially Railway Endless Chain Pow J safest cure for this dangerous disease that 1 hare
eful for tendency o Bilious dsordcr, Liver I J era, 1ir one or two horses, of the Wheelor patent, Notice. 1 I ever known or heard of.*My little daughter, aged
("oinpiaint, Fever ;unl Agne, or badly treated New Goods I New Goods so often awarded the first I about two bad suffered
j premium at the Stat te years long and was
: ill "Fl I il.l J'CTC .M.l Afr* A thi. vil fiMt< of C ntlilno, TO THE OFFICERS AXD SOLDIER I te-
Ih J
and County Fair where i duceJ to almost skeleton
> they ben exhibit 1 tried-part of
Mercury and other 3a At Wholesale -
Druy upon Digestive organ and lletail.533RUST OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE "INDIAN
I cd. Hailiray IVwers, a Bottle
j warranted, U'arren's 2 your LOXECUST"
: : 'Classical and English Institute, *, after a the long,tiieknes -Also, for excess I in RECEIVED, direct from N'ew York, a Trimble's Iron ?weep Powers, Taplin's Circnla r: THE REVOLUTION. I it bo,aeted like a charm, the. child U now aad in*

: ;.$. : ovii.ia. FLO1UDA. eating almost,rcconcilea and Jo JleaUli< free use with of ardent spirits. It .J? Large Assortuieut of Fashionable Spring | Power, Plows Harrows, Fari Mills, Straw Cntters ,j U Y a recent Act of Congress, ofSeers and sol- proving and may be seen by those who Jo not be

?. Intcrtyieraiirc. Dress Goods, of French, British, a.uj American Portable Purr Stone Alills! AVagons, Carts i, > ,m v iliers (who have not received) are entitled lieve. KespectfuHy,
l'rincipal0 [
: NJF.UItOWN- DR. J. .8I OJQHTOIW8 Manufacture, comprising in part- &e. &c. Field sad Garden.Seedsofreljablo qw s to 15OUNT LAND, for service of one month AV.COLYINTo -
=0- French oil eolM Ginghams, American do. lity, Fertilbors, Fruit and the E. Foinsctt .
FrT ( R ltE1t Ornamental Tree 5. or more ; widows,and minor children of thcwei Esq.ST.
: a : having had several
years French, Englvh; and American Prints, Our lCsvri1tre Catakgue, ilListrated 'with deceased, are also entitled. The Subscriber
-tierIfle in teaching! lias concluded: to cs-: rut a, Avill NICHOLAS, Fla.! ,July 21.185T-
I Furniture Chintz, Fig'd and Plain Lawns will bo sent gratis when two undertake
to four Post Office I at a moderate compensation, tbe
: tffi ifs $3ch plaee Sir his is
refpctfully tc
and Alu.-liiis : certify that two Bottles
tamps arc remitted cJaim ptthoae o
according to the distance. U-d. Having been
iriritei to call and left its merits.It employ ?
: ... : win the'poWie be his constant effort tr cultivate the; Do. Jackoncts lin Plain and Fig'd Sires Mus i. July 29, 132. 3m RALPH & CO. ed in public office for several years, his experience i your permanently Medicine Called cured"INDIAN LOXECUST'e
? such -
ia matters wiQ enable hint
y fricn.Miip and erfeem of his pniiils; %nd tn iustiltnoWprliftfploa Cambrics and Jackoncts U> afford great j>i Diarrhoea. I take pleasure in
which ,plain and checked, .Agency for Scott & Co's facilities to claimants for LAND AXU PE Xj j reeommendirpi
; : tMi.l to ifcvelop the human Fig' Ueragej, Silk Tissues i i yonr valuable Medicine-as being without doabt
the very rich patterns JREVIEWS. StUNS, and save them a great deal of trouble f fand
to refine heart. of
fntctlcetjiud one .the best,and safest
remedies for this disease
.,. .. \ntImit'hvinthe, lea. t wcf.irian, the Institute Hide Black Silk, very cheap, Marsclincs TgIIIE_u undersigned has been duly a thorized, ii y charge"expense.1 is made. Where All letters; he obtains post-pahiwiii nothing receive, no j j that I bate heard- of or'seen. Yours trnl v,.
,' wjll Ite roudncfed on religion* pri'w-IjJc and Florence t-ilka of color SCOTt, Es.p, to receive ordcrs an d w_ 0. Mc1XIYi'
every attention the
. -:' :nf* *mthnrough Pytctn of reViefl5 ani e Crape Shawls, plain aud embroidered receipt fur subscriptions to the Vritih ltsie w prompt instructions sent., and- ncveiiary forms and [ To E. Poinsett, Esq.

. ,. ftGliuatIit which ciperenec ha sttgeteI ti Pans Kid Gloves, J31ack aol cuJM Lace Jlite consisting of
C. \V. BENNETT, Att'yWashington JaCtoNTiLrRJane: 9th, IS5T.
: 1'in.ijstt1attcr bitntf that Kuowkdge on Do. Silk and Lbde-J;Moves, I 77ie. London Quarterly Recietff, !
< cannot be lost. I). C. Dear Sin I have nsedyowr Indian Loxeeuft
ae jti1red; The
; ; Jenny Lind Polka Gaiters, I Edinburs; Review, October, IS30. tf in
3. jurcM inducements are offered-in the way of Jinmze-tipped Booties Opera Gaiters, I The North lintisli Iteviete. my family, and hare found it a very valnabl

. ,.. bcalth.Uid, beauty of sitnutiori-to parent* wi'ihiur i'sold by all the Dealers iii Erie single Ties, 13u kins, Slippers, &c. The Westminster GKOUCJE II. I I remedy for IJiarrbcea. I take; great pleasarvi-
to tend their children from home, as no pains nearly Drugs and The most of Review, SMITh & CO. recommending it to the public.
styles Jlonnets
..' iMij.ulnr medicine* throughout the United state approved Spring AUCTIONEERING AND COiUlISSIOX Re peetfally -J.
wfl| be spared in providing lor their comfort and r Du;Children's hats, Silk Honncts, richly AND ,< E.TOWNSENLV
It n prepared in powder and in fluid form anti iuprv EacJwood' rJiu&urr ME/ZCHANTS. Egbcr 1'oinsettLzq ; -t"JACKSCWVILUT
i' enjoyment.rTh
trimmed and of the latest t'.u-hion iIIagainc. I
"be hy>icians. ,
will inflexible JACKSONVILLE FLA
mild j
ti diiwipline. though French
Private Flowers, rich Donnct Ribbons.fSeatlonrn't TERMS : ; E. Fla.
and Circulars for the use- of physicians may 3Iay; 1S51V
:tiR f' pcr course uaye., of instruction Inclndesall the bra H- be obtained of Dr. I Houghton or his Agents, .do- IfearIootnGiiter8.- For For any two one of the four Reviews, $3 Of) per ann T11IE STflISCRIBERS.hare. entered intocoL -I Dear Sin This may certify to you that 1 hada>

Ii ehen of"a thorough iibeutJng1i1i Hducution, scribing the whole process preparation, and ji- and Shoes, For any do. 5 00 partnership the "of t negro girl suffering nnder: a>severe'attack of Di'
t log the aulhorille.- upon which the claims of this Ready made Clothing,a, splendid assortment, any three, do. 7 (X) puepose carrying on arrhoea, and that the of
,- for the use .bottle
, itt and sTflpNpttUo a any College ela s. For all four of the Reviews above business, and are prepared to make one of yo r
new remedy are ba ml As it Is SOT A SCCKETCCMKUV. some very fine. 8 00 preparation called "Indian Loxecuat"
. : iI ,WOJANGLlSI1 StDDIES.tipnand no objucliou can be raisod agaiust its Country laerchants Supplied for cash, on terms For RlakwuoI's Mugasmne, 3 00 soles tite firm cither oa consignment or at auction, (one of cured her, and I"wonld take this method effectually of
being auctioneer. Both
in equal to New York Tho For Bliiekwool and three Reviews, 9 00 ** trn ) of the firm ; re-
use by physicians rc.-pfctable vlan-liu and prict public it
I 4Ort1otaphy 1tcadng: Leiwanh1.; ; Phone regular For are well with the merchants commending as a very valuable Medictne.
: r :r raaJw.ir3wniarGeogrcLhy; AucieiL and3o! :i.. practice. PriceOXE DOLLAR 1'EllUOTTLK. are solicited to call and examine Goodrf and prices. FAYUS-NTS IIa.ekwuod and four Reviews, 10 00 zensof the acrjuoatod interior,which gives them the and advan-citi- Yours truly, JOiLH BRAXTUEYL
I JiJ-At the 13rick Cash Store.L. TO BK JIAPh !X aLL CASES IS
fl4ty Lthctork ADVA Mr.Egbert 1utt
em 13ook-Keepiii ii1' '
; ; ; Cgtno.'I tage'of making ready sales of
any goode or// inerehandizo
.Declimation; livtaoy; fiLe JJilile; Vocal j-OJ.ERt'E 7IILS.-Every bottle of the which be sent to them
_ -_ b1a1cDkariqg4 jrenuini* P/Jf.Vl.Wars the written sigaature of i Fnrcopies of any or nil of the above works ment. may on consign JACKSONVILLE, July 26, 1S5I

;' SCIENTIFIC COURSE. j. N. 11OUGHTOX, M. 1)., solo Proprietor. I James W. Bryant, ular will be sent to one address on payment of the reg They will give their- attention to making good Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked wits

_.- Philadelphia, F i. Copy-right and Trade-mark i ATTORNEY AXD COCXSELIXU-AT-JAWT subscription fur three-the fourth copy bciug and immediate sales. They would < a severe Diarrh a-so severe that I could not attend *
; tntctleetnal. Moral1 r.i gratis. respectfully solicit i I
j and Philuioj.b secured- j DRE\V to my business. I
y..J' Will (except \rhcn business require Lia ab- patronage from merchants and recommended to try
. ,,1 Atrojjomyf Cbemhtr .; Logic; Geology {X7-Svld: : by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicities. i- i! sonce from the State) attend may to Pr fes ional np- Aprils tf Florida Republican Office, other cities, who wish to sell goods in tradesmen otjr market. |! your "1 DIAN LOXECUST." I procured ear
"MATHEMATICAL COURSE.Arithraetie"A1pebra {x>intmciits in the Courts of'tho Eastern Circuit Jacksonville. Any business ia tlwir line will be'preuptl at- Bottle of it.At th* mme tim.twc. m.n.K.,. a

gj KGBRPxT POINSETT. of Florida, and iu the Fcilsml Court lor the ton.iu.Itd. U t ray family were afflicted with the awae:disease.
Mtnxuration; Ocometry; Trigonoine- Agtnt, Jicksnnritle, !1i.J. Xorthcrn- District of Florida. NEW BAKERY GEORGE H. SMITHSJ I We all vied the medicine from the one Bottle*.
Uy Swveymj Analytical Gcouieirjf
cv ; ; and 1 am nww to inform that
Oifferenu l and Integral Calculus. A.; MAYKIl: Bread JOHN W. PRICE. happy yoa ilewed
AT.SO ACT AS AGES Pies and Calces. ns all entirely. We are o. i all well sad
M hearty
CCASSICAL IJ7c1cwzt' and Retail A''cnt, Havantwh. Ut.cjt2i2ly for general Unsiness in the Reed. Fernandez, Bisbce '
;: COURSK.Latuit I respecting from the of
4 ;;.c. gmntshud donations of lands TullE eo-partnership heretofore tl'stinj bo & Co.R Uoulter & Co., Samuel Willams,'Abwp use only one Bottle of your ValoaMw
y. Greek] German; French. or sellins thereof. aid the location JL twcen Myers andtoopmani the conduct & Hour, Jacksonville; Boston & Ganby- A La- Medicine. \ours truly, ;}

1 A of Lectures will bo of the Raking business, having been dissolve roc-Le, E M Moore &Co., Seaborn Goodallt TIMOTHY IIAKBIS.
> : coarse delivered >avannah. To
during I I 1 II ALSO AS AC EXT the subsoiber desires Jan,15 Poiusctt, Ee' .
111 ACY to make 1S32.
.{.- { thtf year*iMMiPfailo >phy and Clu-mLitry. The SOII.1ltI for the collection! of Claims upon the United- that he will hereafter kuowa to the pablio tf.-
:f .. School will be furnished with'a carry on said business -
new get of singly
$ apparajus States for Military or other cervices lie has .. JlantJaruj Od. 1
pensions, made foil IS3/
m wifl to (
' ; ; and &ffr4vni'e opportunities for te- subscriber is now'opeulng, at hia Store, plicf! furnished volunteers, and for horses or and other purchasers with very excellent supply the town Paper Kajins: JDepot Dear Sir-Some time since 1 was on a visit neal
Scieuue 1IREAD
- I. 'I operation eoningacquahitedwith o'f its 1m., and the practical on' Forsyth-itrcct, a general assortment of other property lost; for which the United States l'IES and CAKIS, which he is nosy delivering, A'o. 44 CourtlanJt-slreet Neiff-Yortt opposite yonr place;'and was suddenly taken very sek-,
i liable. -
,.: } Th Aeadcmi year.will bvdivided Into four imuGs, L't1i'i'S Is _. re'idariy at the houses ofcustonters.. the MercJiantf IMtl. Your Indian Loxecnst was recommended. TW
? lie .
r.ForelgD Rimliie .
** J. \V. B. takes
will also this friend that i'jra* rial:
ting to have bot--
jji, : of eleven weeks each. opportunity of a
Students hi. I
quarters lIE .
'i Wf after the Ainenoemeiit j>f < aarter- eny r attend to the collection of Claims and Other Pro thanks for tb liberal evidences of T Croton Manufaetarin Cempany (oimn. tie of it in the house, and I used it, and tk.pln-
ny and 7i fessional Iiusuie& ixed
aiECENTI.Y under
| cD
U\ in England and on the Continent which ne has the General Mannfaetnring Law in
i that 1
efaarged only from the time of their admission aireacly received,and, while of the sure informing you it cured me. am
: SEtECTCDvrTrr of respect State of
Europe. N'cw-Vork
D GK AT CAKE fully asking a continuance of ) offers at wholesale in averse to bat fse
jJ '. *" the game feel ; having my name in print, ttw,
3, S1* i.\ THE CITV OF NEW YORK, ftJ-During his absence, Joii.xV.. PKICE, Esq. ranted in claiming for the bread waft- quantities to suit purchasers,at MarFacTvkExs'LOWEST the benefit of those that
U afflicW ee
. .. ;:i Doaird% aad Tuition,, ifcludiog iligbls: Jfoel, and He invites the attention of Merchants, Physicians will act iu hi* stead in Florida'. qualities unsurpassed in all the essentials which bo offers PRICES, for cjshj appro vcd credit, publish this if you think may U ,TOO

;i., : wafbing, per Session of fire months, $12000 and the community, to his Stock, with the Address Jacksonville.East Florida. to make the staff of life palatable, go Paper lUngingjj.'or Tcry variety ftf ?tyl and bars witk respect meoessarr .
| assurance that the articles will be pure, 'and price. S *
i- t Gomanorrrenehextrai -I 600 found to be wholesome. He will continue to $SL'SANXAH
t\ Afasia fresh of prime quality, and at as low which, with use the 1estfio. Borders to match.- ; 11ARTIET. -
t (including use of Piano) 15 00 prices as JOSEPH GRIOE personal experience in Dr E Poinsett, .
f} 1f Faney Drawin*: .v 4 & W they can be* bought in any market of the South justifies him in promising his thq art of Baking Fire Board Prints in great varlctyy Jacbajil1efls.Gravelly

* C .1 Painting I/Water Celers ; :- i 900 country.; General Comnitsston Merchant good liread, &c. customers Transparent Window Shades. urn, oi. o, issi'
; ** 0 **- 3jr JT"' .i, 1200 -HE OFFERS 36 WATER. ST., NJW YOILK. Tickets furnished, and families Oil Painted Window Shades. Dear Sir t; Year Indian Loxtoast 1 is a good maI

? '1 ladadiag IwU-uetions in Pertpcetive from ia.I' Chewing Tobacco & Cigars, Old liquors STRICT and prompt attention given to the falo of in the limits of the town supplied at anywhere with Wide Window Curtain Papers.'and icine. Son time since I purchased a bottle from

iy tefcsc.i_;u.V nnd AVI n en, Stationer-, Pin Cutlery, all articles of produce entrusted to his care, every day. I'rico-S cents i er loaf, an early hour Window Shade Fixture, : A Al. Reed,ESQ., your agent,and gave it tooa

'.; 'Jt (Payable quarterly, fn advance.) Jewelry, &e., te. and all orders promptly complied with. COOPMAN.tIIIiX'RY Of the. latest styles and superior finish' all of their of my negroes that bad suffered very much from

,)i .' FOR DAY 8TTDKXTS. The LADIES will find, ho thinks, many articles apt 29-tI' may 27 tf own manufacture and importation. As their stock a severe attack of Dystnteryv'Jt cored him. Soon,
adapted to their wants and tastes-all of which he is large and entirely new, they invite Merchants, afterwards 1 had another negro attacked with tbftj
'jt, .- JJ Enilisb Ftndies and Mathematics, $10 t 00 will be glad to exhibit and veil for CASH. Fekin Tea Company Warehouses TinCopper Bookseller and dealers in these;articles, to call same disease. I purchased another bottle and Its

; .3 laJudiug the.f ckntiC<3 Cqurte, 1200 June 24 JOHN 3!. PAYNE. TO and 77 Fulton it. WORKER and examine their styles and prices whenever they cured him also. :\, >
X : s.-itfi-t LH and Greek 1500 Vork. visit the city. 4 I do not hesitate a'moment In

Q .% ".i I 7 ?;(P yaUe qartcrly in advance.) WINDOW GLASS $ PUTTY THE PEKIX TEA COMPANY has The undersigned is prepareI to perforas Country Merchants tan examine this-stock from. your Indian Loxeoast to the paUie,'reeomraen as beinr iag tl>0 :
Aliberal ueduetien will be made for pupils in Boxes Window Glass been established 'i all kinds of Tin, Copper ad Sheet Iren 6 o'clock in' the mornin till 10 most certain remedy for :
? j 4 0 assorted sizes: \ many years, and has it, Worksneh ockcfc.ih the .that Lbav.
I .. thq4t11dloL 4dJreu k 4UO lbs best Bladder Putty. always maintained .a high reputation ii 2'- as the znanufaetnreorllgbt evening. "- ever nst d, or heard .. Jfrpii me proper,you can
* F.BROWX. Fur sale low for cash. for 1 eas of the most delicious character 'in- Culinary UtensiLs' nakln and'renkfrfn"P Ne w-Vork,ilarch 1, IS32. Ap r03 publish! thi*. i2 --* 'trf' rt trulyaf ;-

jf j 4 ." ? Hfcfereiires. JNO. M. PAYNE and fragrancy, and at prjccs which hare in I every Gutter Tin and Spoutinjj'for houses, Tin Itoo _-------- r-/ T -tf ton _. :'TV1' -.- MIf4uc )
G ; i HMJ. WILLABD HAI.L, Ifev. S. R.'Wr icior I Aug. 19-Lf instance given satisfaction. The Teas are war lug, and Zino Coffins, and all kinds of work Tallow Grease Dr E PuinsctLiacksoniIle.
Druggist appertaining to his ,
? 5 ranted pure, and be returned if line ofbusinesswhieh will be and Orij
4 1tev-ColLrCuAvIIIs. .Qaj* H. B. NO.XESi I may they .do not -
!i -1 to bo executed with promptness and despatch: t /Meal Paint; -, Jackio i11ejI., 2ept..2J831.
Wilmii.rton.LV-l.: Ir. Mn.tHrandywine Vil- I To prove as they are represented. The 'Teas -
i; k fc 1 lage.-lJiiUi/.T.'lJaAProKB.'IJorcr.lJal.iRer. Druggists, sold by.thU Company are done up in 1-J lb., 1-2 G-: Orders for. articles,' or services'' for>to 3OO MaehincryOiVprice 75-cent DrIPoinsett-sir: baistoeertitithI I .
S Apothecaries Perfumert lb. and 1 lb. country, will he promptly attended to. perallon2,5011 ,- -- -. have been eared of aevereDiarrlMea
I '! J.KIUekw, Hrooklyn. N. Y.; Hon.J.Ou- Confcciloncrs, pd. lockages, making it convenient pejnjanenUy a
* I I ...t ,rBwrfl>.A..tBiiiij Afedford, ;>r. J. TVadlft I tent Medicine Factors, and Dealers tn for country merchants to have a great variety -L yHOGARTI1, gallons sainei 7. ants, b Sa&1Qt v- by the use of your most valuable medicine ealb*
'} mTuj 1I ii-IteviTwr. CASH, Rer.Z. I Toilet and Pant Article with a entail outlay of camtal. llutf kenerii Bay-st., JacksonvillaL -Iroussizog... ln4ian tqecu4 af qering(am.vhaa 41

i, J | 4 tA.M* \VlndnotonDel.j L. HABEOWS may always be certain of having their! table a 200 barrel* boiled ?ainfOiI.S3 eU per gal. nioahwftb tatreninisese taople

f f ;.] Andover, Mats. THE PIlACTICAI.ADVlsnfi, or. Com- uniform character ef Tea; wljich Teas, \of whwV MARSHALL HOUSE. 5,000allons 't a do 'do do aura in reeotnuKDdia;yoor most -valuable med3
nor275MyI .
of over One Hundred Kecipen for there I Isft*large Jvorl6tyare done npjn three "THE subscriber having leased -the in casks of various siiesv cine to aliaimttarl/ afflicted: J"

t : ji the vase of Druggists Apothecaries. Perfumers, wrappers. The Inside is of lead the second wa above House;"situated on .Drous to"1' i 330 barrel Tanners Oil;various kinds'and .Jrtnjamyoarstrnly -
Cotthflnd.WooUeniachthery and Confectioners,..Talent AlodJouui Factors ter proof II street, Aj'JOHNSON: -
; and paper and the outside Chinese rice between-Aberco.nand Dray ton* q4<tieafrorn3.StoIcentpeg1. .' >
t Steam Saw Mills and Engines. Dealers in Toilet anj Fa.ncy4.rticleg. : Edited by per pa streets rots term of years,respectfully 1,500 *, casks of various' ..eiesit v .Fonnerfrof Jacksonville,N. O ,
jc HORACE KVEEETT:; Graduate aad Member a.ttlieNew inform*the"eitUcns none kinds and ., i -J" '
of the .uFo/"le J'0'1' Fiocs. fre ; Savannah and,, th qualities, from 35 to 90
& t4 College'sf,Pharmacy In the .JOUN YER5 he Is .publio generally .cents CLA.pekcI25L
PrP1PU.CZOouWaUor city ot New-Vork. Agent. >Ar. MA that ,now prepared to receive per gaUon.s *'l :4;
: deTtorCotton.n4Voi4Lca. tacibIb AloTbe,celebrated Recipe Professor \ViI- -' 1W Broil8llt at...Savannah,Ga. regular.j transient,' on,,the most 50 tons tallow grt ase, for byy'be.g beai : nettle .
ry4j .
,1' eontra.etlotwbt1e Mm. m th. lard that,wUI for taaklnjj wash rood Soap at one cent per. pound, tt Fb.2Gtf--: '*. .:- tM '. '._ 2 term, and pledges himself,,t>y iriot attention reasociablo U aco$4se rnahimIikb4T5iSO pletelykire4one of myn of* laag itandtng

?t water jrhetlfet team engine to too jHoUhin* maebUlt1UMU ihaa 'any other better Soap.erfr.jnanni&ctumL:and quicker, without labor, JOH A pBGIsa ( He business intendii, to merit the patronage of the .public.-tq.., casks,1 Prio. f *ny 1oonMstency .. obstinate lain Dwrrhtea,-From >U ebtopleJ* and set
turgaags io .This to make tbftAlorghan fjonsq 6eenLsrnnd: .5 -- efficacy wher all other medicines bad fafled
: 4 WL MZ.CJIsLeTOQa of every detoriptlon.engi 1 alon61 famil worth* fifty,tineijbe pricarof the book jto NI54niajhtn_ ; street, Ravaucaaht, cwsj Hota): Mis J table will he supplied with 4jyiosv .5, Io 1 Uke pteasar-'teT m.ndirIt at'ft'ttosraluahi

p j 1jLoo.miv. aM Fre/jht/ ;Caw. achineryof all any LcelBilvewholeialj.agent, for,the S OFFERS.for ey'IaX''JtlJ&: anberocre- *. vr J*>/ tblOWetthaeps,1 -. >-k dicinft. *- *You*,ke. '- -1-7

I! k kinds.* hand,, ekhw flnUhed or In proneM. -i line ofbudbesb&dea-1 ; &n5-_ Jr- wAi'ryOi/, warranted not.'t o cri he r ;:.* T.'E. BUCKMAltf._

; that order eaa be flllod in short notice. M' I _, ., v .jjAruuoD, Spirit GasjGu .wpSCampbloLandreth's ,- --- t__ -, I eoual coldest tftsperm'oil.i weatW, tod considered by tthW u&ijt ". ,: ToDr.E-PoinsetU., ._ 4D'4:4.
.4 t ,100 Nassan-etreetrf N. Y ** "' 4,
. Warranted.Fresii Garden coie -
i'Pric6 TJoOedPaJn
,, .zO..eiggy)0* Office-Stamps Mnuita LIDWOUit* -1 Jacksonville Dee.4th
enclosed -- 1SSU, ,
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PMeU.tAet1ng1G( WIWfl3 brurzshef &eds ; : j -4Segarr&e&c *
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that than *
amount will foj rlnU/- '' "
1 pay forgone opy which'will I .-. : 11 air *> / *, < i ?
a IuthjMiUi LbatI4 fc* free J -t a
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any part the! Yteceihiiaiehs
gtationerf St. 4 At wholeea1a4reta1L' above ppllei of th* Bottl*of you/most' valuable netUclnc1J.dja.
Bkliers.NewepaperAgJ: to.;; N. B. ; &i72 doeri Essi ofBelIeeha & named articles, and my motto -'Small diot 1.SeUSL'bI.a entire! relieved .
enclosing; a cash remittance will i Spiri Bunnfactiure *nd alwayt, fresh j{ )ncn' i ; tne.of seven
receive thwworic and foriale W low.aj .ha O 5T55QObuab11Iemy Vhfle 'oATS. : $tok.r DiarrhoaC1'7 cheetfuHy'reonuten4
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cash or d credit -
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. : i -- t* $, 4. 5L june17 ; 1 -. Jay-street SS&st ( ethdI'aaijg.iIon- : .
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