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The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 1852
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Far on Columbia's Southern strand
There lies a flowery, reef bound land,
Where orange groves, in richest bloom,
Shed all around a soft perfume,
And love's own emblem there is seen,
In the myrtle's fadeless green;
There, in the lily's silver bells,
The purest beauty ever dwells;
There blooms the rose, aud in its hue,
Deep, lasting faith and hope we view;
And that dear fower, the sweetest yet-
The humble, lowly violet-
Thatgrows, sweet wilding of the field,
In.the grassand weeds concealed.
I love the primrose, that in brooks
On its ow'rge il3"1tE-
'I love the harebell's- airy 'wreath,'. '
And water-lilies, pale ax.death-
1 love the vine, that graceful clings
Around the rocks, in golden strings-
The cowslip and forget-me-not,
That bloom in lone and sacred spot-
And the floweret, bright as day,
That bears the name of May, sweet May
I love them all! their beauties twine
Around my memory's saddened shrine,
Recalling those sweet, vanished hours,
Passed of old in "the Land of Flow're."
WVhen every plant and greenwood tree
Seemed to breath forth sweet melody.
"'Land of Flowers!" the precious name
Thy beauties for thee proudly claim;
Land of bright and.radient skies!
Tribute flowers to greet the rise,
Till their silvery petals fair
Scatter rioh perfume on the air:
And I, in sad or gladsome hours,
Will love thee still, sweet "Land of Flowcrs:"
Important from Havana.
This steamer arrived at New York on
.'ie morning of the 19th inst.
The following particulars of the recep-
ion of the Crescent City at Havana, we
take from the N. Y. Courier & Enqui-
The Orescent City entered the harbor
of- Havana at break of- day, on the 14th
before the lights were out, and it is sup-
posed by those on board that it was owing
to her not being seen, until well inside
bf the Harbor, that they were not mo-
.letted. At sunrise the Capt. of the Port
came'aljongside and asked for the obnoxi-
ous Mr.- Smith, who he was told was still
on board; he then infurm,.d Capt. Porter
that as the ship was in Port,nostep would
be taken to turn him out., but that xno -
communication 'would' be allowed .with
the shore or-any fin ff6m the--shore.
Capt. Porter said that he desired to
present his protest to the Consul, on
which the Captain of the Port, politely
offered to get further order from the Capt.
General, in the mean time, informed
Captain Porter, that the ship might be in
port as long as suited his purpose, and
might go o sea when she pleased, as they
acknowledged no control over, but com-
municate, she should not in any manner.
Such was the Captain General's order,
and by way of enforcing them, the guard
boats were placed on all sides of the ship
filled with the usual police to board ves-
sels. : '
Capt. Porter, !after breakfast, ordered
the paint posts got up, and set the men
to.work systematically to paint the ship
outside, from which manoeuvre it was
supposed by, the guard boats that she in-
tended to stay at least a week. In conse-
quence the police boats were relieved, :
and two boats with regular crews detailed
from a frigate to watch the C'rescet Oity.
At nine o'clock, the Captain of the J
port came alongside again, and init',:.rnid
Capt. Porter that he would not Ibe pernit-
ted to lay his protest before: the Ameri-
can Consul. He was asked by' Captain
Porter what isc 'a Consul was, if Ameri- 0
can vessels in difficulty. were not permitted
to communicate with them. That in any
civilized nation, a Consul was recognized
as the representative of his country, and i
the laws of nations entitle citizens to have
/ e/ access to him. :
// The Captain of the port declined en-(
/ tering into a discussion of the matter, 1
/ affirming, (which was true) that he' was ,
exercising no authority of his own, but 1
acting entirely under ordersi' The iinter-
view terminated; so did the outside paint--'i
ing, and steam was ordered up.
.''The Captain intended to drop two copies 1
of his"-protest. on, board an American I
barque and bri&lying in the lower.,harbor,
iwhen just a stf- ,"C rc7i%'iirtt was about t
moving ahead, word 'came off that Mr.
Morales, (of the'house cf Drake & .Co.,
and agent of this company) had permis-
sion to come along-side, whichime did in
a few moments after in a shore boat, but
accompanied by a government boat with
three officers. i -ti
.M-. Morales thought this ditfculty could
e' .I'l. g0o over by Mr. Smith sending a writ- d
. ten denial to the Captain General with re- g
gar3 to the accusations of Peter Hicks. u
This Captain Porter refused t6 permit, as e!
he had made himself two disavowals tl
; .which had not been received, nor would ti
he .permit any officer on board the ship to al
go to the authorities, h.
S..... '"' He e6nsidered it beneath, the dignity ai
of the Company to make further explana- tLi
tion. ., ti
.! Capt. Porter also refused on his own 0
part to hold.apy correspondence with any. p
one on the matti't except' through the it
h United States Consul. It -was then- on- g
.. deavored to ascertitn from 9Capt. Porter el
the nature of the dot'ennt he ivshed to u
B "nd to the Consul, and'if it contained a ci
.;;,i: disavowal of the charges against Mr. b
*- Smith, ti

They..a.re informed that it was a pro- ti
test, -ad that it referred to the two former or
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$~l~cteb ~a~tt~Q,

p from ten to twclre thousand Demo-
iatic majority. Ohio, alike indispensa-
le to the success of General Scott, caps
he climax of his electioneering expedi-
on at the public expense, in a Demo-
*atic majority of from ten to twenty


disavowals made by Capt. Porter; but
the same time it was written in p1
terms. The object was evidently to"
some kind of apology or acknowledged
of wrong on the part of Mr. Smith, wh
would enable them to settle the af
which was becoming rather troublesot
In this, however, they received no
distance from the Crescent City, and at
some discussion among the Spanish o
cers, they offered to go on shore and see
it was not possible to get the protest
livered to the Consul. They thought
could be done if it was first ascertair
whether the document contained anythi
offensive to the Spanish Government.
Information on this matter was deni
them, notwithstanding which the office
did not Zo "bore with Mr. Morales, a
afl sf C aimS he.U Ao(ting .Consul, T'
Moreland, came'"alongside in a govern
ment boat, in company with the Capta
of the port, Don Guillerno Chacon.
The Consul was not, however, perm
ted to come on board nor allowed
write home by the -Crescent City. Car
Porter delivered his protest in perse
and being informed by Mr. Moreland th
nothing more could be done, the Cresce
City put to sea neither subdued or co
As she passed the Custom-house, thou
ands were assembled to witness her d
parture. The star-spangled banner w
run up to the foretopmast head, as sA
passed,-and as it floated out upon t1i
breeze its stars looked as bright as eve
Not a sound was heard from that va
multitude: but there were beating hear
in that crowd filled with the belief th,
the insult to that flag would be avenge
Many silently attested their respect Ib
uncovering their heads, as the steamy
under a full head of steam swept by tt
As the Crescent Oity passed by Moi
Castle, she fired a gun in honor of the fls
that floated proudly at her foremost head
and seemed to bear defiance to the frowi
ing Castle of despotism.
Captain Porter in his protest refers t
th!e treaty of amity between Spain an
the United States-from which he quote
as follows:
Article 6th of the same treaty promise
mutual assistance and kindly acts toward
the ships of either power when in th
ports of the other, which engages to de
fend and protect them to the extent c
jurisdiction by land or sea, and Artiel
9th secures to the citizens or subjects c
each free access to the courts of justice c
the other in all cases, and provides tha
all cases be prosecuted by order and au
thobiarit.3oflawjonly, and thait the part.ue
shall fhive li l:Vrt''unsel and d :t'n.:.:
Capt. Porter apl..nJs to the treit
against, the dealing with his steamship fto
an imputedoffence (we quote from th
protest,) committed in the territory of thi
U. S. and which offence if actually corn
mitted within their own territory, th
Spanish authorities had no right ti
punish an American citizen, for on twi
occasions, the undersigned has in. plaii
terms denied that Purser Smith wrote
anything against the Spanish government
in the newspapers of the United St'ates
but the word of an officer who has hereto
fore enjoyed the confidence of his Gov
eminent and the Company he serves, has
been as entirely disregarded by the Cuban
authorities, as if they were ignorant of the
policy which governs civilized nations.
After a.hc-rtinug to the:injury to in
dividuals and commerce by the non de
livery of the mails, and defendinghimsel'
and his officers from the charge of inter.
ference with the officers of the Island
Captain Porterconcludes--asfollows:.
In conclusion, th. urndlei'igned tak,-.i
si opportunity to protect gain in the
Strongest t.rms against the indefensill
disrogard of the treaty of amily and laiv
of nations, by which American citizens
are without notice and legal accusation of
offence, or opporiurniry offered to defend
tlihe.c-,lves, sul:bjec-te.d to prosceription and
severe m-ir'earitile l MC., tli e:ig ,'f the Uni-
ted-States treated with scorn- and con-
tempt, arid the Gtovernment treated, with
disrespreI in the person of its officer, who,
though comuianding a sohip owned by a
company, is placed in his position by a
written order of the United States Gov-
rrim,.t-rt, aund bya law of Congress of the
United States.
An appeal of the Consul of a country
is even respected amongst the Barbary
powers, from whom a knowledge. of the
aw of nati.-.ns isnot somuch to be ex-
)ected. .
Respectfully submitted to the author.
ies of-Cua.: D. D. PORTER,
:*Lieutenant United States Navy. -
Oitobc'r 14th, 1852.-

SThe Question is Settled.
St says the Now York Herald. Hear
The (|uesfion is settled. The issue is
ecidi.l. ThIe fat ,of public opinion has
co.u forth. FrAnklin Pierce needs only
ow the formalitv,:of an election to be
carried by an overwhelming majority into
he Presidency. < Ever since the nomina-
on of General Scott by Se-ward anrd his
lies, the public voice, North and South
as been swelling and strengthening
against the unholy alliance, which, at Bal-
more, doomed the Whig party to des-
nuction; -and- now, from Pennsylvania,
)hio, Indianna, and Maryland, the peo-
le in a clap of thunder, have -scattered
he hopes of Northern Abolition Whig-
ery to the -winds. Pennsylvania, the
heit anehobrof Greeley's estimates, rolls.

25th April. inhaled was by no means large, while it --";* '
A new road has been discovered, and was administered by himself in the .most, The. Cat.holihs. oflempis, ;Tena-r.
is now traveled to Adelaide. approved manner, and he has been acus- about to erect one of the .most spl.Id
The weather at Melbourne and other tomed to use it for several years almost church edifices weW t oft he Alle=_. i,
places indicated the near approach of the daily, and the causee of the death is un- which will bededicated'byisI hm9 jgeft.
season of rain. accountable, and will probably remain .a It is to have two towers, 'e 106lIO t 'Aet
Bogus gold and various preparations iys-tey high,. surmounted.bay a-ohimfe ..fbell. -

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at thousand. Indiana responds to
lain "rich Irish brogue," by from ten to fifth
get thousand majority for the Democra
,ent and even Maryland echoes back upon
ich North the same terrible music, in a
Fair jority against the Whigs of Baltimi
me. of upwards of three thousand Wha
as- blaze! How it has swept from the Po
f'ter mac to the Delaware-from the Delaw
offi- to the Ohio-and from the Ohio to
e if Lakes, like a raging fire under a h
de- wind among the dry grass of the prari
it How awful to behold! Even Flori
led away down among the everglades, whet
ing Whig or Democratic, has gone again
Gen. Scott. "It is the sun of Aust
ied litz !" Only look at the majorities, s
era the unprecedented success of the terril
nd and "unterrified Democracy."
Ir... PXNrYTLVANIA.-State officers, a
rn- a gain'6f twi mienbe-bs"b'ofi"CVres
ain 10,000 to 12,000 majority.
OHIO-State officers, and a gain
it- Congress; popular majority from 15,0
to to 20,000.
it. INDIANA-Almost a clean sweeep.
)n. Democratic Governor' Wright re-elect
nat by a very large majority.
?nt MARYLAND A Democratic May
n- elected over a very popular Whig in B
timore, by the extraordinary majority
is- more than 3,000.
te- Reader, consult our telegraphic advic
as and answer, what means all this but t
he solemn warning of the total rout and d
he person of Gen. Scott and his pieba
-r. higher law party, on the awful second
st November? Our socialist philosophy
ts and infidels cannot be permitted to ru
at in this country. Read the returns.
d. Our special Albany corresponde
)y writes that one of. the largest and me
er enthusiastic Democratic meetings ev
he held at tbe State capital was convene
last evening. It is said to have ful
ro equalled the spontaneous demonstration
S in the palmy days of Gen. Jackson.-
d, John Van Buren made a speech, whi<
n- was received with the most unbound
applause, in the course of which he ve:
to aptly remarked that General Scott, sin
d his tour through Pennsylvania, Ohio, at
as Indiana, had received a "fire in the rear
that he would be likely to remember fo
s. some time. The vast multitude seem
ls have been perfectly wild with excitement
ei There were no bounds to their exultatio:
e- and when the time comes to vote, the
)f will gomne up to the mark with a unan
e mity that will even astonish themselves
)f A Speech from General Pierce.
We have lately entertained our reader:
s ivith some speeches from General Scot
and it miy gryLr''-fhcir curi.sitt to sc
" hrw-itjr:,l PIerce mnake a ,peeeb, a
a this time, when he happens to be calle
e out. Last week the New Hampshir
- State Fair was held at Meredith Bridge
e An address was delivered on Thursday b
SW. S. King, of Rhode Island, after whipt
n General Pierce, who was present, wa
e loudly and perseveringly called for by th
t audience. He addressed them thus:
Z He said that a speech from him would
Sbe out of place, and if it were otherwise
- he would not mar the fine effort of wha
s had been so appropriately and eloquent;
Said by the'gentleman who had just re
sumed his ,seat, by following with any
crude remarks of his own. He hoped
That the address would be printed and find
Sa place in the dwelling of every farmer
This had been one of the bright, pleasant
days,,which now and then cast their ra
' iance over our pathway-dispelling the
"rigid expression from the brow of care--
animating with a rich.glowwhatever mneets
the eye, and,- uickeniug within us all the
Sources of innocent enjoyment: He had
in c.nlinn,-u with this *vast audience, felt
f its power; and the satisfaction it had
Wrought was at that moment alloyed only
I by the regret that such, holidays, where
practical improvement, delightful relaxa.
tion, and genial sympathy were so happily
blended, were not of more frequent oc-
currence. The exhibition was in all res-
pects worthy of the" State, the preparation
and arrangement highly honorable to the
gentlemen to whose hands they had been
committed-and to'this country, so dis-
tinguished for the grandeur of its moun-
tains, the beauty of its lake scenery, and
the intelligence, industry and probily of
its sturdy population. More than this
would not be expected of him, under exis-
ting circumstances.. He came to see, and
hear and enjoy-not to spcak-.nd, he
must ask his friends to excuse him, ex-
pressing only the hope that the reflection
of "the smile of the Great Spirit" might
never be east.upon a population lesspros-
perous and happy' t l p
The- "Smile of the Great Spirit" is said
to be the-translation 'of the Indian name,
Winonpi-:seogee?, given to the great lake
of New Hampshire, on the .western side
of which the village of Meredith Bridge
is situated..
: SooTr's ANNOYANCES.-Gen Scott, it
would appear from his speeches, was
sorely put to, at different points ou his
route. He was annoyed at Cleveland by
the "mud and rain;" at Chilicothe by
the "dust;" in Kentucky he was "hungry
and wanted his supper;" and at Carroll-
ton he was "caught. with his breeches
down." They, are trifles, however, to
nhatawaitshim in Nrvember.-Cin..En.t

that From the Augusta Consttutonahtst. r were in circulation at the diggings and A Paris Thief
teen An Inportant Accession' to' the Pierce at Hobart Town.. A Pr e..
ts; L K O CAUS ORA large numbers, taking example from A robbery was recently committed un-
the WAND KING CAUSE In GEORGIA. California, were turning their attention der circumstances too good not tobe tled..
ma- W aave been for some time aware -to farmg.- The thief entered one of the fashionable"
ore, that t,e Hon. Augustus R. Wright, of The system of squatting is beginning ready-made lien sopsand asked to see
,t a Cass,.as a supporter of the Democratic to annoy the actual settlers, and is carried sundry articles for' his wife, for whom he'
oto- ticket for Pierce and King, but the fol- to a great extent in the most eligible and said, he was preparing a- pIeasant sur-
'are lowink letter is the first public notifica- valuable points. prise. "But," saide to attending
the tion w Nave seen of the position he has The conference of delegates of the Aus- damsel, "I wish to esure of a correctfit..
igh assumed in the canvass. It is addressed tralian League was opened on the 20th of My wife isvyour heigh;,she has,. like you,.
es! to the.,Committee of Invitation to the April at Hobart Town. a fue figure-the carriage of, queen. It:
ida, Democratic Mass Meeting to be hed-'on The milers at Geelong refuse to grind is necessary to add, I have always bee"
her the3SOth minst., at Dalton. wheat for the farmers, compelling them the admirer of the group of the Thk.i
nat Judge Wright is a man of fine talents, to sell at any price to accomplices, who Graces. Will you be so obliging, since?
ter- and has long held a leading and mfluen- re-sell at low figures to the wiley millers. my wife is just your size, or very near it,
ind tial position in Cherokee eorgia.. Coal is reported to havebeen discovered to try on this chemise ovet your dress ?"
ble "CASSVILLE, Ga., Oct. 7, 1852. at Port Lyttleton, about fifty miles from The obliging lass complied. The thief,
Mr. 0hristian:-I received the invi- Christ-church, near Wellington, New pretending to draw it down, attached it,.
ind tatio4_.zte Democratic committee of Zealand. '.by means of a large carpet pin, to allher'
3ss "Dalton to-day. Isshal .endeavor .to be clothes i. chdiag her innermost ga n
with you, and give to my fellow-citizens Origihal Letter of the late Diuke then"orderedadoze l ia$ e
in some of the reasons why, since the two The shop girl, well satisfied to have fond
00 BaltimoreGenventions, I "have turned The following characteristic letter of Sa attentive a husband, attempted to'take
Democrat." the late Duke appears in the Banner of off th'e chemise, but finding that a sh-.
- "When national Democracy becomes Ulster: raised it, her clothes also came up w a t
:ed what national Whiggery is, I shall insist BELFAST, June 18, 1851.. it, she ran, i to an au a"icng room to divest
that Georgia .shall become again what Field Marshal the Duke of Wellington:' herselfofthe troublesome garment with.
yor she was before she acceded to the present "May it please your Grace--I 'have,' out exposing her person. In the mean-
al- federal compact-namely, a separate, dis- taken the liberty of requesting your opin- while, the thief made off with all he could&
of tinct and independent government. The ion-Was Napoleon guilty or not of the lay hands upon.
Democracy seem to recognize the soverei- murder of his prisoners at Jaffa., and if
ces gnty and equality of the States; Whiggery there is any military law or circumstance DESPERATE INDIAN FIGHT.-The Aus
he seems to believe the South belongs to the, which would justify the deed? tin Texas t
is- Yankees, andJs a mere appendage of the "Yours, respectfully, J. H." the 20th ult has the official'ecount of
,ld Government. The union ofsovereign and C apt. Owen Shaw, of the Texas Rngers
of equal States I. love, am ready to battle REPLY directed to the Governor of Texas, of a
ers for, if need hbe, die for. Another sort I "F. M. the Duke of Wellington pre- severe fight between his command and-a
,le loathe, abhor, detest. In national Demo- sent his compliments to Mr. H. He has party of Indiansa The despatch is date
cracy I still recognize friends and breth- also received Mr. H.'s letter, and begs "amp Bee, 5 miles above Lred S .
nt ren; in national Whigs, would-be aboli- leave to inform him he is not the his- 22." The fight took place O1 A t'
,at tion and free-soil masters. t. orian of the wars of the French Republic 17th.
er "If the act of the last Baltimore Whig in Egypt and Syria. The Indian's numbered nineteen rmef
ed Convention in the sacrifice of that great and two women, of this number but on
ly and good man Millard Fillmore, for no ANOTHER ORIGINAL LETTER.-The certainly escaped. Nine were killed 0o
on other reason upon earth but that he was widow of military officer who perished in the ground, and the remainder desperately
- true to the Consiti.tion of his country, the Affghan war, applied to the Duke of wounded. Twenty-three horsesandmulesf
ch will not alienate Southern Whigs from Wellington for some pecuniary assistance, with saddles, Mexican blankets. arms, &
ed party ties, nothing can. To hear them she having fallen into unforeseen difficul- were among the articles captured. The
ry talk before', the Convention, one would ties, and inclosed testimonials of character, rout of the enemy was complete and dis-
cc have' thought that such conduct would not &c. These the Duke returned, with a asterous. One lorse wounded, wasdh
nd have found a single ally in Georgia, but -short decisive refusal; whereuponthe lady only damage to his command,
r" enough-I-intended my letter only for a ventured to make a second appeal, to
or business letter., : which the following reply was made: Gov. TRouP's LETTER.-The letter 6f
to "Yours, truly, "APSLEY Housn, July 17, 1846. Gov. Troup, responsive to the Southerni
.t. AUoUSTS R. WRIGHT. "F. M. the Duke of Wellington pre- Rights nomination, will be read with
n; sent his compliments to Mrs. He strong interest. It will be seen that
ey Gale at Tampa Bay. has perused her testimonials, and has no he positively refuses to be a candidate for
li- -" reason to doubt their authenticity. He, the Presidency, and only consents that
s. We learn from the Newport, (Fla.)' however, begs to inform her that he is such persons as cannot conscientiously
Wakulla times, that Tampa Bay and the not a relieving officer, nor has he funds at vote for any of the other candidates, may
surrounding country were visited' by a his disposal to assist the widows of every east their votes for him,-if this be ine.
terrible gale on the 11th ult., which car- officer in Her Majesty's service, cessary to preserve the State Rights or-
rs tried away-allthe wharves at Tampa and ganization. At the same time he pays
Caused considerable damage to the su"Tomari's CABIN Judge the noblest tribute to Pierce, andmodest-
t' case cosdeal damg to th sua Brgaebro ogesrmAa-i r 1 "
. crops and oran groves in the adjacent a member of Congress from Ala- ly urges all the friends of the South .to
'" seetlns. The custom-hou, bomts speaks as follows of this book: gie him their suffrage. This part i .
Swer?-trlt-lc.st.. The Eark K iM. fl -mh". ero mroeprticularly to a wOk particularly' worthy of notice. Its words
d Capt. Josselyn, from St. Marks, anchored .ofwi.ton yaA r .U s ui l".l'.i.godireia e of gold n
e in the bay on the afternoon of the 10th. tten by a Mrs Harriet Be,.ho, Stwe, pktues cf silver an
The gale commenced about 6 P. M., with adwhch the wspapers tell us one objections at the South to the Democratic
. he wind from the S.S. ., and shifted hundred thousand copies have been sold candidates. Troup speaks, as he tells us,
Sto the S. S. W., .and then to the W and circulated in the free States. Have from the verge of the grave, and his pat,
)y t,0 thleS. 9. W ., and then to the W. S. , ,... ,,.., _.o.,.,ot,
h W.,-the heaviest of the blow beingfrom looked into the book, and find it to be a. riotic recommendations .must sink deep
.s S. S. W. In a letter to the Wakulla eait gros and exaggerated caricature of into the Republican heart. Hisletter is,
e Times"the captain states that the sea was te manners and institutions ofthe South hrought, honest, clear, and impressive;
8) t s iff cut o n eive how a wom an of n v r e e
the heaviest ever experienced in that is d ult to conceive how a woman of and every generous bosom will sigh at
Sbay,-it swept over the vessel from for- the least refinement or purity of mind the melancholy state of health in which
ward to aft; her decks were entirely filled could so completely unfrock herself as to the noble old man represents himself to
war toat e ek er nieyfle ndulge i n Ae absene ereflections with e ndw Ich ereenssimelat
with water, and he was forced to knock ge he absence reflections with .be, and which is painfully confirmed by
t ~~~~~whichh ims boook is everywhere replete. oh ra e uns-rb
t the entire bulwarks from the starboard which this book is everywhere replete.- other accounts.- mobile Regitri .
y side, so as to allow the water to run off. Every South'ern plantation is represented _,
- About 9 o'clock the bark began to drive, as a arem, and every female slave as a NEGRO BANKING.-Cato, (and old ine,
y when it became necessary to cut awa victim of her master's lusts. What gro who was noted for his cunning,) had
She foremast; about half an hour after, Southern woman can be found who could succeeded min making his fellow-servants
d te foremn~s; about hnalfan nour after, servan"ts"int "
Sthe' mainmast was carried away. The consent to write such a book as this about in the neighborhood believe that banking '
Screw escaped uninjured, with the 'excep- Northern people, thoUgh there are certainly was a very profitable business. So they
Stion oftheccond te; a sea struck him abundant material for the task. Say concluded that they would throw all their
thn~I e sceond~ mate; a sea strucknhim .,' .. ,-_,, .- ..
- while cutting the mast, and. drove him what you will about the social system of change together and start a bank old Cato
Against theta bulwarks, .spraiinis ancle te South, it never was the parent of taking care td have himself constituted
- The bark had most of her tr-casks such monstrosities, such men-women, the bank, to w-om allthe sixpences of all
3ste i -"such moral hermaphrodites, as this.- the darkies in the neighborhood was duly
e in. Whither will all this tend ? Lord Byion paid over. And now, said Cato, when-
, says: ebah nigah borrow sixpence out ob dis
t Three Weeks Later from Australia. "There is a tide in the affair of womeil bank to buy backah, he got to come back
1 m, p ."o"v' ^ Which, taken at th o~dkl^ onow^
I ef Whih, takenmatthflood.leads -Gdnowowhtre' in freQ weeks and Pa yi t- w i ca
The Corsair, at San Francisco, from. ..nwtwob sixpe nce, an
SGeelong brought files of th Maitland A Thrilling Appeal. in'dis wa y kyou see ebry sixpence bring
e Geelon, br o u g -ht .filesof.haanuda six pence until carter while all coseo
Mlercur :and Geelong Intelligenoer 'nto
Sthe 15th, "May beingthree week later.The.following trumpet-tone appeal, ad- nigah be- as rich as old nmassa.G.y,
S, r dressed by or. Stockton to the great nd upon.dis principle the bank. went

migrants that arrived at Syd.ey during banner-the banner of progress and reform "smelta r, and alle on Cato to
the month of April. amounted to 1032 -.dthe world..cheeing banner, under which wito operation old- Cato always the bankince
arthe number of departures durtingrthe sam the. aen law as expunged from your sta- het ol o eraI too
month was 157; of which 225 returned tante iook adlicable everywh and fraterne atee a d k e
Syto Caif:to Victoria, to t offered to the oppresse d of all nations g to bank towles. Bwant t drawour
The news from thale Victoria gold mines -your adopted r.and naturalized citizens m e f teo and quit di bank.
is to the 30th of April, of which date we wyourllbanner!t i ourwar-worn, invincible ise. s

have the following extracts of alcircular: Democrats of New Jersey stand by oDl d yoland enle wsn C
The egold market this week has been your banner-thatglonooer ps banner under m .- O ant d oth ia,
(ullin he extreme- d which Louisiana was brought into 'the wto.Why, de bank donebd-bdsnrok.e
elthougtgh orheip tso dt That banner under which alifornia o .hawthe cap ital 4 6 -.
m ooked up as n was conquered for the Union: the Cali- Ie you, I .want my shah ob tinon

whole quantity has b.en purchased within banners, that beloved bannerunder which .
the week; fcor. the largest shipment has our ever-to-he-cherished Urnion has thrice Jak-.' ai nttakngbutdt I
bacn accumulating for the last four weeks been saved from-anarchy, dissolution .and sw hah de money?
The BendigoeCreektdiggingscontinue ts blod, the Union men wil not desert Cat- yyufk d tyu o
be most productive, yielding a. much i atwon de bank. bre, o l
wi none sarttn9

greater quantity ofgold, and with much DEATH FROM CHLOROFORM--A death Jack.-Well, but whali de money naoA
less labor than any of the other diggings, from the administration of chloroform to- "'".
Twenty-seven tuns, 1cwt. 5 lbs. 8 ozs., took placeatthe St Louis Dispensary. 'ato.-Dat' ,more .. dian igga. know.
wbich, at 60s. per ounce, amounts tol,- The facts are thus stated: A. woman a- All he know bout:it isi dat whon white
947,789. .-: "- bout thirty-two years of age name Winn, folks bank break the money always
It is stated that gold is plentifully applied to have finger amputated. Dr. lost, and .nigah no bater. dan wite
found in Windburn creek, about five miles Pope administered chloroform to enable folks a n wrote
from the Bathurst road; and the new him to perform the operation without Jack.-,Well whenaba_ dis i.gah sag-
digging at Rose Hill, near Lofold, have causing pain to the patient, and as soon ag in bankin agin, he hope de cholera .t.aim
proved worthless. .. she had inhaled what was deemed by him fuss.. .
The Mount Alexander,. arid iginganin a sufficient quantity, the surgical opera. ato.-Berry'sorrv debank breaJaeT
.vicinity, are' still yielding; 13,280 ounces tion was performed she died almost imme. berry sorry.-H-fere my informant left--
were brought down by the escort on the diately, Dr. Pope says that the amommnt Ohio Sifatesmar' '

Indiana.-In forty counties Wright
(for Governor) gains 4,824 over his vote
of 1849, and is elected by at least 20,000.
Democratic state ticket about 3,,000 votes
behind. Wright. -Ten Democrats and one
Whig elected to Congress. Legislature
largely Democratic. -

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Saturday October 30, 18f52.

IBmccratft xominatfcun.
For President:
For Vice President:
For Electors:
McQUEEN McINTOSH, of Duval Co .
J. CAR AWAY SMITH, 'of Jefferscon.
MAJ. JESSE COE, of Jackson.

03? t' SCOTT has a pad'ockon his lips. and his
principles iSrn 'dird's' ordchs pocket, and stands
before the-ceountry as the candidate of the higher
law part."
"The l eiction of SCOTT under present eircum-
stanceo would be to CONTINUE the Government. in
the hands of the Free.Sotlparty, until tbehr ianat-
iciaim ha destroyed the Union."
"Itdid seim strange that any HONEST SOUTH
tractsfrom Ion,. E. C. Cabdl's Sveee-h.

Judge Douglas says that, in a conver-
sation which he had with Mr. Calhoun,
some three years since, Mr. C. -remarked
that "1,e looked upon Frank Pierce as one
of thec most reliable men, as a statesman
and patriot,that the country hadproduced.
"Better that war, pestilence and famvin
should sweep over the land, than that a
;,t- chieftain should be elevated to
the presidency."-HENRY CLAY.
You all know gentleman, that. it is not
mnyfortune to be a successful military man.
[Great Laughter.] I am nothing-
[renewed laughter]--nothing but a hard
working pains taking drudging civilian.-
[Webster on the Boston Common.

For Sale,
THE Subscriber offers for sale his interest (being
one-half) in THE FLORIDA N'Sws. Iis motive for
so doing is his failing health, rendering him unable
to devote to it his attention. The paper is well es-
tablished in a thriving town, and in a growing sec-
ion.of country; it has a very respectable circula-
ion, and a liberal advertising patronage. In
short, the paper is doing a prosperous and imcreas-
ing business. In the office there are two good
presses, aid a large quantity of new type, &c., for
different kinds of printing. For further particulars
apply to GEO. C. POWERS.
Jacksonville, Fla, Oct 23,1852.
0 Oar exchanges will p!eaee notice,

SThe Campaign News.
The campaign is now nearly over, and
that it will result in a gloriousDefimocratie
Y\finry .w^ a r taTf e Zadow
of a doubt. In the humble sphere which
it fell to our lot to occupy in the impor-
tant struggle which is now drawing to a
close, we have endeavored to dseharge
our duty with fidelity to the great principles
involved in the contest. If our ability
had equalled our zeal and devotion, our
readers would certainly have no right to
complain of our efforts. Our paper is
now established on a solid basis, and it
will be our aim and ambition to increase
its usefulness and extend its circulation
Most of our friends who subscribed for
the "Camp in News," we believe, feel
disposed,-to continue on our list as regu-
lar subscribers. Many have so notified
us already: all those who wish to have
the paper sent to them, as regular sub-
'-scribers, we shall be pleased to hear from,
to that effect. The paper will be discon-
tinued to all those who do not signify to
us their wish to become regular subscri-

State Eleotion' -
Official returns from all the counties
have not yet reached us.. Broomc' s. ma-
jority over Ward will vary little from
two hundred. The race between Max-
well and Cabell for Congress, is much
closer; but Maxwell is undoubtedly elected
by a small majority. Maxwell had a
majority at Fernandina, Nqsssau Co., of
eight, which we understand the Judge of
"Probatrs took the liberty to thro oiiut, on
the score of some alleged inforMnality.--
-T:ese votes can be recovered, if it he
ne.essary--teps have been taken for that
purpose. In oclumbia Co., eighteen of
SMaxwell's votes Were thrown out,, on
some other pretext. Bat these two arc
in rc-serve if they should be- wanted.-
SThe law is very defe.tive in defining the
- duties of Probate judges. IJ-is.no part
Xf their duty- to throw out precincts -for
noformality, or for any other cause. The
SState canvassers, and in the ultimate re-
,ort, Congr-ess. are the judges in these
Cases. We hope the next- Legislature
will effectually divest these oftficiala of
t'ois usurped authoriy. .

; Once more unto the Breach.,
On Tuesarly next, Democrats, Flori-
lians., you are called upon to follow up
your recent victory by another, still more
:glorious! The smoke of the late- Battle
Sfild h'a earely cleared away, when you
are again summoned co the conflict. Onu'-
.more effort, au3 a brilhiApttriumph awaits
you. '. The South expects every man to
do his duty, and Flc-i ida haa gicn c rn-
est thatshe w-ill do her share, Let-no

i)Dt liLcrast tay av;iay froli the Ipulis u- is the natural in>tiuct of
paw:c tllhe t11 -'lersc of r ti-coet is certarin Burt it ca;Innotf nsucce -

on the contrary, let us be vigilant, active,
untiring. Oar object is n1.t merely to

euppiressious that hare been unblushingly
res,,red to," he will do much to relieve
himmelt' fiow the imputation of having
madena very folishand untf.und.ld iarge.
For'the abcttC-r' and propogators ol ali
the slanders that have been hatched dur-
ing.b ti ",.auvnas of VaV:.r -frauds"-
againq the ,,wuratii carn i'ate, in r or-
der to escape th- L,.luru and i"ifiimv tiat-
must.now attach to. thom. T -attenimpt
-t*r cast unfounded imputations on others,

e S.ate Elee.ions.--rIo0:ioas eCSulIs.

defeat the "Abolition candidate;", this
can be dune without our aid, but we mius,
Svindicate our own honor, and the honor
of our State, by an expression of public
s. ntiment so emphatic, as that it cannot
be nmi-uudJcrstood. If the rebuke to the
libcuLr of our po pie should be con-
fiu.d to Dmcrats alonri, the victory
would still be glorious : But in this ease
F1oridians ought to speak with one voice,
and Whigs and D oemacrats should unite,
as we have no doubt thqy will unite, in
repudiating the slanderer who dared to
proclaim our whole "population" as "de-
The Floridian who vctas for Scott may
live to see the day when he would gladly
obliterate that "antecedent" from the
record of hIs political history. To have
supported "the nominee of the abolition-
ists," and the libeller of Florida, for the
Presidency, on mere party grounds, will
-be no passport to public favor hereafter.
No man would be willing to tell hia
children that., when the South was strug-
gling against her fanatical enomics, and
when those enemies had forced upon her a
candidate she loathed, that his vote had
aided to elevate that candidate to the
Presidency, for no other reason than be-
cause he was called a Whig I For the
most barefaced and ehamless of the Scott-
ites will scarcely contend that their candi-
date possesses one single qualification to
fit him for the office he seeks.
Democrats, impress these facts on your
Whig neighbors and friends, and many
of them will vote for the noble and faith-
ful Pierce. Those who refuse to vote for
Scott, but decline to vote for Pierce, dis-
charge only h/ulf their duty, and it is the
duty of all of us to convince them that
they ought to perform their whole duty.
There ought to be no halting-Floridians,
do your whole duty to your country.

The Glolriollus Victory
Achieved in the late State election, was
celebrated with great enthusiasm on
Thursday evening last, by our victorious
Democrats. A national salute was fired
in honor of the occasion; and cheers, that
startled the very echo, were giv-n for
Florida, for Pierce, for Broome, and for
Maxwell! All went of delightfully-,he
artillery men performed their duty like
veter.ris, and the "Franklin -Fie.-ce
spoke in thruinder tones to aill unbclievwrs
in Democratic thunder. The next cele-
bration will take place after Tuesday next
in honor of the election of Fran'lin
to the Pru flpc( '

Foss, ogg an Mor mn.
We deeply regret to find-Gen. M 'rton,
in such company, but be has- chosen it
for himself, and must abide the e.nse-
quences. Major Bcard addressed a. let-
ter to Gen, Morton on the 4th Oc o')er,
apprizing him of the fact that an infa-
mous publication-entitled -'Frank Pi i'e
and his abolition Allies' had come to
him under the General's Frank, but
which the Major was- charitable enough
to suppose was forged, rather than believe
that our Senatpr would lend his official
frank for so discreditable a purpose.-
For the credit of our State we hope 'this
may be the case,-but if the frank inques-
tion was a forgery, there must be a g 'eat
many other forgeries, piles of the safme
villainous iit.l.!i, '..n LA--co a ri .d at this
Post Oice, under the same, forged frank,
and we -have,reason to believe have been
circulated throughout the State! But
they will have the same effect as G-u.
Scott's speeches in Ohio aiand PC n u -yV I.-
ia-thIy will ciuk a a iclzradia all con-
nected with them. ...

-Mi .rcpresen;iiiun and exaggerations
of the gr-'-ez. L- in I have been made of
the hlaguage used by General Scott in his
official despatches during -the Seminole
campaign., and even garb-lings amd sup-
pressions have bee-n ut:,lunbing1 iy ,.-,.,-'t-.('
to, such as ought .to bring disgrace upon
their authors, and defeat and i:.'nourv,
instead of advantage and success, upon
the. party which gives them countenance.
: [Republican.
It is not at the close =of the campaign,
and when our coteuiip-,i'anv is sfl'.-'ihig
under :he well founded anticipation of the
most disastrous .'.,v1rrtbhri-,w hl, t, eyver over-
whelmie. a p-ulitical pint'y since thedays
,:.t' th'- il-lcr A-lmu, ih.it we"would -too
harshly i riiii1'2 lango ige e vi-l.-,nlv dicta.
ted by mortification and despair. ..
Bit the truih of history must be,. vin-
dicated: Our cotempojary's tatcu-ent is
"an exaggeration of the. grossest, kind,"
and 'utt.';l, destitute .of found ion; in
truih. If he; will p1iint c-ut the ",mis-
reprceentatic-,ns that, have been made: of
the lingu.ge used ty Gen- S..;.:.t in hi-
official despatches, or the g-arblings a-i,

cy of their unprinciple rhe results of the October elections
lglarin.ig as to deprive the :e exceeded the most sauguine expoc-
g heyngay rave ad ions of our fr en Is every whore, and
S They may rave and wi e fallen like a thunder lt upon the
Stu;n- adil lasdhes guilty of ig camp. A bare statement of these
they mUy chew the bitte: ults is the best commentary upon these
pointed hopes at their lei Atiins.
mst tit att i t sl PENNSYLVANIA.-George W. Wood-
mushtWiit attempllt to shii i ] i .c i
Otlitis, an divi their shi Ad is elected Ju'lge of the Supreme
wotharsad ivdeo eisrt, and William Hopkins, Canal Comn-
who had no tarticip,,ton ;sioner, by at least 18,000 majority.
-- se5 wi-rc the only officers voted tor by
Stea-ba_ CoL whole Sta'e.
,-.The steamers a hc L'leislatnme stands as follows : Sen-
The stea mers "Fioviel~a a
15 Democratq, 17 federalists, and 1
ton left our whiai ve. at 4 )ive; H1use, 61 Democrats, 39 federal-
day morning, the Florida -Democratic majority on joint ballot,
the start. Some ten or tw( rtecen.
the Gaston, in attempting, Th members of Congress, 16 Demo-
ts and 9 federalists are elected.
Florida, ran into her, and : Ypio.-The Democrats have elected
of her wheels, and sustain .-.. ir State officers by about TWENTY
damage to her own bulwar OUSAND majority! They have also
ida stopped at Mayport TA .- tcd thirteen members of Congress,
dute's. The Gaton wyort 5 .... the opposition have chosen eight-
dunages. The Ga,,ston, we i. 0 ..
tha 0.- ag-a Democratic gain offour.
rejoicing that things wer ,.... NDIANA.-Joseph A. Wright, the
This is the account of the .. ,. nir-ra.tic candidate for Governor, is re-
received from one of the 1 ,. ted by from 15,000 to 20,000 major-
on boar, and r e give R-1- -being a large gain over-hia majorityy
worth. No dut e \ 1 he last election. Their whole State
w orth. No doubt lcaho .t is also. triumphantly elected. Of
own account of it. ... eleven members of Congress, the
New, in Ava ^aocrats have elected ten, being a gain
News In Advance of .,. wo. The Legislature is Democratic
The steamer Foria large majority.
ALTIMORE.-The Democrats have
Charleston, brings us C .Cr. -, ted their Mayor by 3,684 majority!
New York papers of lat :.t vote stood, Hollins (dem.) 12,665,
those received the same da3 .-acis (fed.) 8,981-the largest vote
,ir mail fi'om Savannah. -.' -' -..,- e"castin the city. The whigs carried
of the Charl S T. !,st year. What a change was there.
contemporary of the Charl-e ..>,.. countrymen !" The Democrats also
we are indebted for these i.'... ,..-; ,. ;, a majority in both branches of the
our obliging friend, Mr. -;1-1. v i-- Council. This is a very important
Forida. ', 'lt, as it shows that Maryland is safe
.: .!f," Percee.and King beyond all' question.
TE ScIENTII AMER] : -.. .844, Polk carried the 'city by only
unable weekly journal, publi in 1848, Cass' majority was about
&ao., Fulto Street, New| Wlig majority last year, 769-
& Co., Fulton Street,, Now ....... locraticnet gain, 4453.
devoted to Science and :' r .ti n
Arts, and ought to -bp in tl :. ., COTT-SEWARD FRAUD.-The lastWil-
Mechanics and Machinist -. -: geton Journal, in noticing a speech re-
T ochatic and Machinist ; 'ii^ ,T
Sly delivered in that place by the Hon.
tamining a wide circulation. ;. ,,.. S. Ashe, says:
tion is only $2 a year. Mr. Ashe stated a fact of which HIon.
T -.... ...-- *ph P. Caldwell, a Whig Congress-
TE TROPICAL FARMER i : from this State, had informed" him.
L. C. Gaines, Esq., at Ocal: ; ,- Caldwell had heard that two sets of
is well worthy the patronag( .. i.. ments were sent nut by, the Scott cen-
mners and Planters of Flor committee at Washington-:ne set
is fl c n t th t ended for the South, charging Gen.
is fully competent to the t c- .. with being a Free Soiler-another
dertiken, and we hnpe his r.-_.; : ,. intended fur the North, proving him to
meet the encouragement it ,: strong pro-Slavery man. He went
subscription is oulyv one dol- :" .':., s e room himniself-he saw the two
of documents with his own eyes-he
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZIy..--'c. convinced-he cannot support Scott
of this popular monthly for '- .- cannot affiliate with a party that
the following ontnts:" ( rts to sueh mecans to carry its Vpoint
Sllong"eontens documents are sent out under the
'I:, hre r; Kate Stewart, -. ': k of TTruman Smith/ of Connecticut,
'Are there not great Boaste, *-; ., :S Edward Stanley, of North Carolina."
A journey to Mlaudora : Jel '. r.
My Novel, or varieties of ] r., :- I: Parteuit U HHtlL
-t- -nT-XXT i D inmaT ;-;- '"WAaIIINGTON. Oct. 23.
Duke of Wellington. litors of the Georgian-Lieut. Porter
bee t summoned by the Cabinet to
A& The Charleston Boa- : I.. l ., ... hington, to explain his conduct-at
r.oport five deaths from Yell ,- --'. -:- .- ana. The (0-escmt City goes no
the twenty-four hours endii.- '- The steamnship- 6'eorgia has been
P. M., h : tituted in Iher place. This gets rid of
-The Board of Health of C.'.-l:s'-.s r-- er Smith. It ir a e,' an back out'Oi
-1 ,1firt of the- Admiristirtion,''"
port fourteen deaths in that..i:- y. r
We know inot when we have been more
low fever for the forty-eight ,c. i ': -- raised than on receiving on Saturday
*zun I:, last, 9 P. M. -.' ing, from a reliable source, the fore-
... ;: -1 g Telegraphic despatch. Thus it is,
JACKSONVILLE, Oct. 'x-, !':-.. '. 1 a Whig President avenges, by p ek-
M. EDITOR: Please in- -.., r atl insult offered to'the American
inj. Or Paper and";. and an injury done to American citi-
elowinin your paperand v, .". .. And the gallant officer who re-
lge the Catholic ladies of J. 3 i to get down in tI.. -lu:-t at the feet
-The gentlemen' of the Ciat 'i anish power, is for this exhibition of
are requested to.)- u, ide -or 1,i; -- .--.-'ican. spirit, ordered to Washington
November ext, at4R P. r ii' t'.swcr for his conduct. Refusing -to
ens extu it or gPw.- .- ble himselfat Havana,, he if to be
meanstv biji'-lin i., or givc-.. t-( r i I;:.bled at home to the infinite gratifi-
funds aI -ii.ir, -,,i,,isi to th *' .-. -i :: -i..in of. the Captain-General and his
will without delay, take on I .t 1 "-,;- t ,- ; nidons. It is too bad. Is there a
pleasure of finishing ,their muchnegiectedi '-L-0ot .mn the land who does not feel
Church. humiliated at the sight :-whose headdoes
not hang with very sham? Yet we need
Aw e h not have been surprised at the announce-
AwuLRoUTE-The Democrats hav meant. The action of the Administration
parried tl.- U liim.:.rc election by 8,700 towards the Cuba tyrants in this instance
majority.; is in perfect keeping with ,its previous
.Ohio-by I ben y-thousand! :ourse.- Its history is a long record of
Penn, yva. b fite submission to-Spanish outrages, and of
Pennylvania by.fifteen.thousandi subservient interfereqee to .perpetuate
'-Indiana by twenty thou d -Spanishtyranny :-u,.t that we suppose
Where is the -'^i' ,., n,? Echo, an- Mr. Fi11rn ,,' fears the power ofSpain;
.eweors where? -. .but because the vindication of the rights
.. : and character of our country might in-
A F .r_,.;irE WITHOU.T .ONOP IN HIS volveus in a war, :he result of which
owt oi CoNTRy.-Tbe illustiration. of this would .inevitably be the .,acquisition of
trth is 'Lu- n the C i Cuba, and the .ml-liti]'n .of another slave
.trUth is ,bul,r..,u.,,.] ly the Cineinnati State. This, cc ;imi,xreiv believe, the
0 '-ette: :' author of the "Emi, Letter' will avoid. at
Tweny .years r,.:,-.,' Mr J ".hn Lea, when .vhat~ver nation-al degradation. His in-
u-he cholera fitst ,.i. I in [im.: West, was a tensepposition to the increase of slave
close and intelligent observer -of-itst- rav- States, is the key which unlocks the whole
gesm He found that the mortlit-y of that mystery of his Spanish policy. -
scourge of our rtce was Iium it. ,1 me, those But why talk.? There is but oneremnedy.
who use limestone water, and thd rain wa- Thank Heaven a week fiom to-morrow
- or was a prophylactic 6f that disease, that remedy will .be.applied! An. out-
111.s theory, or'iginated here in the West, raged people will, on that d-iy place in
an-I since 1832 he has p'ronmulgeut itin power, ,a -man and a party, in whose hands
publication ofis r n, inmmedicaljournals, American h.,u,:'rw vill be safe. Will not
newspaper's, in conversation, in every way Georgia: lend her, aid to this .glorious
ri,,'smble ; m it is d.,,,,!,r-.--l W h.:.hi-i one work?]--'Sav.. (7.:',;/'i,|, 25th.
in I-'-,I p:-ri -ns are in hi- -"i-i, ,.i'y here, 1 .i
lfone htir,e.l "in-I th rty th-,-sand :n- Samuel Greene has been appointed
hohorA--, hnr- giv-.n rc. n e to Lii c,- Consul of the Republic of Costa Rica for
l-i-.al : ],c.,' ,f f,"-i-I. t.'rh e practi hed eprt0ofSan 'r:n, seo, in the tateof
up-n itf -l a ur go, it upon -;. C.,itf,, i nia o, .,- -,nt.i of the R publi-,L o
Li"m i t, i-.,, 11 L, Ih q ,oe|e has GI1,ttu i l, Ii'- Ii,-,- p -n.

Jderutue Buiptr,.e and other menmbers 01
Whe Linu.ly ot Bouapait, tAita ambition
W.uhiJ r I'r.i\ a ILthLk by Louis stepping
over their heads to the thi'nUe.

The London Times speaking of slavery
says:--."The States of the South are as
free to maintain slavery as the States of.
the North to rid them-lves- otf.the scan-
dal.- 'Let-the attempt bemadeimperious-
ly and violently to dictate to the South.
aud- from that hour the Unon is at au
THE WEATMER.-For se.veral.-days
the ieatrher-has be.n e .ool and- pleasant,
and for a tfu'mciruinDs we have'hb.d light
frce:s.--(.zmdoe J4urnw-L.

.ity immediately issued a pr'rclA1.ECn're-
eommending the citizens.. toab"tain on
Monday from -all busines'thatr the pubUo
offices be clos:.d, that th g flags of the cily
and shipping be display of at half-mast
and that niinute_'i(6N;be fired from sun-
rise tosunrAX4 -
vjir."Welbitsr'-.SVihw.1If c. -f
.-.:*'*I- AI^ OEE ct.^
-Advices lromBosto t se,-,t ,.a-t.Ir.

Webster's Funer;l will take place on-Fri-
day, the2gf nst. ,"feral.-Prcee will
be present ou' thbe occai:-rf to pay ttasBt
UbW eofieeXmtw0ibi odGcUSI0.

.~~s a~,~~ ~a~cs5~~~

L-ist week we publi-ished an extract from
the Savanah Ropuo/ln of the 19th in-
stant in- which the facile editor of that
print expresses the hope that-the Whigs
of Florida will "right themselves in No-
vemrber"-that is that the state will then
vote f'r Scott. N,)w, will it be believed
thlot this same Savannah Republican, soon
after Scott was n -rmnated, denounced him
as "a puppe-' in th-' h :nds of an infamons
faction," an that to make him President
would be to place in the bands of Seward
"a aw club with which to beat. out our
brains four or eight years hence?" Yes so
it is, as the following extract from that
paper shows:
"To make Gen. Scott President, would
be to place the reins of Government in the
hands of Mr. Seward, and to keep his
all-powerful free-soil organization in the
Northern States. It would be furnish-
ing him a club with which to beat out
our brains four or eight years hence,
when he should be brought forward him-
self as a candidate for the Presidency.
Southern Whigs can never thus stultify
themselves. They can never tamely sub-
mit to the ferocious sacrifice of sach rven,
as Fillmore and Webster nor be guided
into the support of apupppt in the hands
of an infamous fiction. In times past,
-they have-yielded much t -thti ;N hti,
brethren. They have fought for protec-
tion when their manufactures needed pro-
tzction and for internal improvements, and
Northern enterprises and Northern men.
They have done all this an more at the
sacrifice not unfrequently of local power
if not local interests. But they cannot
support Gen. Scott-bwemean Mr. Seward
That is asking too much of us."
Is it not a little singular that a paper
which thus refuses to touch Scott with a
ten-foot pole is yet anxious te see the
Whigs of Florida "stultify themselves" by
voting for him?-Floridlan.

European Intelligence.
Per Steamship Europa at New York.
The Cunard steamship Europa, arrived
at New York at half past four o'clock on
Thursday afternoon, from Liverpool,
which port she left on the 9th inst., at 6
P. M. Her advices, however, are almost
entirely divested of political intereAt.-
England, it appears, says the New York
Herald, is somewhat anxious with- regard
to the designs of Louis.Napoleon in in-
creasing the French navy to so great an
extent. Indeed, according to the Lon-
don Correspondent of that journal, John
Bull really begins to fell a little apprehen-
sive of an invasion, and is preparing to
adopt precautionary measures on an ex-
tensive scale. British subjects are being
insulted with impunity by Austrian
subjects-Louis Napoleon is strength-
ening himself in every department,
being determined as he expresses it,
"to show the sovereigns that the can
kindle a flame; in short, everything gives
t-ken that there will be a tremendous
flare up among the nations of the old
world, before a great while, As a means
of self d, ..u...:, .: well as for the protec-
tion of the commerce of the two coun-
miNes_ the"ffrald'sC iTesP7)nent urges-a
naval ahiancebetweeni Great Britain and
the United States..
S ENGLAND.--The only circumstance of
political imprn-t worth notice since the
departure of the Arctic on the 6th ins'.,
is a rumir that had som-how crept into
circulation, that Lord Palmerston had
consented to accept office under Lord
Derby. The probability of such an oc-
currence is flatly contradicted by Lord
Palmoerston's friends.-
It is annol'uced that the Queen and
court will return fr':-m the North on the
12th or 13th inst.
A privy council will shortly be held
by-the Queen, at which a proclamation
will be issued, summonning tlie Pj.r :n.
members of the House of Commons to
meet for the despatch of public business.-
The number of ships despatched from
Liverpool by the Government officials
during the month was 62, containing in
all 3,280 passengers, including 1,170
4.iuirjftt, piiu' i.illy Scotch,all of whom'
are bound for Australia. -. .
Rev.,Patrick T,.rrv, D. ID., the oldest
B:l,:ip of the Epist.-,paL L'hin.h in Scot-i
land, died at Pei.Lrh.-:ad 3d iih-.lunt, aged
90. Earl Somers is also dead, at the age
of 65. : ..
FRANCE.--Great jealousy exists be--
tween the Bonaparte family and Louis
Napoleon. ...
I The proposed marriage-of the President
with the Princess Vasa is considered at
an end, through the reported interposi-
tion of the Emperor of Russia.
The President's return to Paris is fixed
for the 17th.. .. .. .
The Government candidates have been
defeated at the municipal, elections of
Condrieu, in the RhOne-; "tt:/Marcygny,
in the Saone-et-Luire, and atNeyron, in
the A im '.: -- -: -'- .-' .- ..'
Tec Revue Britannique states that an
application has been made by the. French
Government to the English Cabinet for
.the original will of the. Enipi-|-'r -Napo-
icon, which has hitherto remain-ed in the
possession of England. ; *- ; "
As one of the signs- of. the coming
events, an extra of the milit-ry -journal
lbe i1oniteur de '1Armee 'i l.ubhished,
. :,niti,;ng the pro.'grainne of ihe Empe-
ror Napoleon, as it was drawn lip by. M.
de Segur, who.was Grantd Master of' the
:eeremoni'iL in 1..'041.
-Petititi-., h-ie been circulaitcd for aig-
niaturi iu ithe fjtibinrgs ut Pirs within a
LW dy, past, ilemmianLaug I'ruiu the Scu-
ate thaL L.,,.-. aN.,po)Ieu lt named Consul
Oio lite.. '-ihs scheme is attributed to

innuni-tl it i. -,-,,.-:,:- l o th Eur-'. -LARGE iO c.M -.-.-\ telegraphic de,-
p-"n g.rn. ru.D-,an- with b -tter su"re- -tch to'the B,.,t,,n Ji-,urnl, ates tlirt
u iidc tht'u, -th cour -own. We find F. O J. Smith has recovered a- 'erdict
the i.--i ig p1 'ragraph in a communica- '-.in i imi G(as Company there for $50,-
_tionfr-Lc, tm l'" rl,-ndlrt of the New ",..n c, ..of Court. "
Y6rk Tn-'im t '.1.U Lndon, S.p,. IThi:. .1 :-
"The report of the French cr.,inuiii;,rrin EDITORIAL LiFr-B-A newspaper may
.ys that i' has becn fully. ascertained be diectrycd at right. It may light a
,.tli at Paris and elsewhere that rain cigar, it may curl a ladys hair. Ah!
water is a pruphy I,. iof cholera and that- only think of that, :girls. "An: editor's
this dc'-.:,:- has never proved an epidemic h tnghi-" ,-nipletely, sweetly exquisitely
1i any city wert rain water i exclusi elv w t-.,ihid in you, r;-h tresses, anu-ye.,-
'i-cl." iin.-.di.' dwn with yuu ,in your midnigh,
-sluinbcrg, genfitly to guard and pT acefuF-ly
In England all steamnships of war are keep watch or-r yciur h:bip drjfafii --
henceforth tobe'buil with fi'l in stead of Jerusalem! i wh., iuld not be-'' cdit,,r!
auxiliary st aim ower, Truly, who ?- Si ztnah Gourier.


..: M..7.,S
:,/;*... :.;--'- *7"-:. '

BALTIMOREi, Oct. 22.
The latest intelligence receivd ate s-
ton, on Friday evening, from Marshfield,
states that Mr. Webster was still living,
but that there were to hopes of his te-
covery. He was fully conscious of his
situation, and his intellect was unclouded
-so much so that he made.up a dispatch
for Washington on Thursday. His disease
is inflammation of the bowels. ..

Later from Marshfiafd.
BALTIMORE, Obt. 231;
At. eight .-o'clock ni'oPvrdaj eOening,
Mr. Webster was still living, and some-
what easier, but. his physicians consider
death inevitable within forty-eight hours.
BALTIMORE, Oct. 23._
At half-past eleven o'clock this (Satur-
day) morning Mr Webster was dying.
His family and friends are at his beffsid'e-
The Affair of the Crescent City.
Lieut. Porter has beep summoned to'
Washington to explain his conduct at
Havana. The Crescenti City is to go to
Havana no more. The Georgia has been
substituted in her place, and Purser Smith
will not give the Cuban authorities any
further trouble'.
The Webste'r presidential Ticket
The Executive Cbmmittee of the Web-
ster party id Boston:,have withdrawn Mr.
Webster's name from the Prc.idenitial

lVreek o6fthe Ship Sabottis..
The ship Saiattis, from' City Point, fur
Liverpool. was abandoned at sea on the
20th inst. The captain and crew were
taken' off by the ship Ocean Queen.
Murdero Affray at Baltimore ...
BALTIMORE, Oct. 2. 2
A sanguinary fracas occurred in Balti-
nore on Firiday afternoon, in which two
men, named George Simmerinan and -
Muckleby, were killed byEdward Sloan.
-The latter was arrested, the. former were
the aggressors. .- '
New-York Market.
BALTIMORE, Oct. 22.':
Cotton in- the New York market, oi
Friday was easy, and 1500 bales were
sold at 101 cts.for Middling UplI.ios, and
101 for Middling Orleans -.
Rice commanded $5,25 per 100 ilbs.

Charleston Cotton Market.
The transactions in the Chartleston"Cot-
ton market, to-day, comprised Nt0'I0 baleo,
at prices ranging from 71 a 101 cents.
SPrices continue to droop. -.;
Death of Danil 'ebsier. .
BA.LTIMORE, Oct. 24.
ST6o Hon. Daniel Wel-ster.-dired,, at
Marshfied this morning at two minutes
before three o'clock. -
Ltat Hours of IWrt.Webst'r. ':
BALTIORE, Oct. 24. .
At' ten o'clock last night Mr. 'Webster
parted with Lis family and friends. Ho
prayed loud and f-mvidly. calling on God
to forgiveehis sins through the meritsof
Jesus Christ.: He closed'all Uhis -private
affairs, and died expressing great resigna-
tion, and so calmly that he seemed 'to
have fallen asleep. -
Boston, Bath, and: all the 'principal
Eastern cities are shrouded in murning.
The bells are tolling, and ite flags of tho
shipping and: public buildings are, .dis-
played at half mast.- : '. *'.,*.

Mr. Webtier's Snce'sor am Secretary of Stale.
"r ':ALTINMdI'iE,' Octv'4.
It diagenernall undersloiid'--hero -that.
Hon. John J. CrttendL-, of tontui ky,
will succeed Mr. Web.ter as Secretary. of
S tate. ": .:..,- ;* -.; .
Reception oI the New'of Mr. Webster's Death la
New-Orleans .
NEW-ORLEANS, Oct. 242;
The news of Mr: Webster' deathlwas
received in thii city to-day at-'ioon, and
was irnmedi.itelv announced in e'iras by
the city press. The intelligence e"fd
a deep sensation of grief throughout the
entire community." The Mayor -0of the

Escape, Arrest and Rescue of Fugiive
A dispatch from Sandusky Ohio dated
Oct. 21st, States that great excitement
was prevailing there in consequenee of
the'-escape of a number of fugitive slaves
who arrived there from Kentucky on the

previous evening. The account states :
They wereqon their way to Canada.-
On reaching this city their frierids assisted
them to the, steamer Arrow, and immc-
diately on the deplrture of said vessel an
attempt was made to arrest them, which
failed. .Citizens of both colors interfered
to-protect them, and finally succeeded in
effecting their rescue from the police who
were endeavoring to, bring them ashore.
A.very. serious struggle ensued, and the
slaves finally escaped en route for Canada.
The citizens are charged with a want of
disposition to execute thie law.
The account given of the affair would
seem to warrant the belief that the charge
is not altogether founded.

S*,IirT O'BRIEN.-It is feared that this
noble Irish patriot and martyr is not des-
tined long for this life. It is said he is
slowly passing away, oppressed by ill
health and-.uncIanel holy. We trust his
epitaph miy bewrItten with Binmmett's, by
a free country, and in the blood of that
country's oppressors. There is a heavy
day of retribut.on hanging over England
for the wrongs of poor IrelanL

New York City, in 1850, according to
the U. S. Census, contained 515,447. By
the tables prepared in the census office,
it appears that of that population, only
277,952 were Ameriean born, the whole
of the remainder being of foreign birth,
numbering 237,795 persons. Of that
number, 133,730 were Irish, 55,476. Ger-
mans, 22,824, English, 4040 French,
3172 British American, and the remain-
der of various countries. Of those born
in the United States, 434,843 were born
in the State of New York, being less
than the number of those born in foreign
countries. 13,255 were born in New
Jersey, and 5,283 in Pennsylvania.

meeting a number of ladies continued
standing on the benches notwithstanding
frequent hints from the minister to sit
down., A reverend old gentlemen, noted
for his good humor arose and said.
"I think if those ladies standing on
benches, knew they had holes in their
stockings, they would sit down."
This address had the desired effect-
there was and immediate sinking into the
seats. A young minister standing behind
him, and blushing to the temples,
"0, brother how could you say that?"
"Say that" said the oldgentleman; "It's
a fact-if they hadn,t holes in their qtock-
ings, I'd like to know huw they could ,et
them 'on?" :

a' '-* A

FORT & IAJNH 1 .,l.

October 30th, 1862 tf-
Commsis,,no'.-r for takin A'ickonwledgmint of
Deeds. andd oh.'r Ins rumenis of Vriting
to be suedl in the S'ats of
Office with E L Harrison & Co., Jacksonville,
Florida. Oct 2J-tf

Tf :IE Subscriber offers at private sale, the fol-
Slowing described tracts of land, in Marion
County. These lands are nearly all hammock, and
in quality are not surpassed by any in the State.-
N. W, quarter of Soction 31, and S. W. quarter of
Section 3.0, Township 13. Range 20, (320. acres.)
The West half of N. W. quarter, and tiBe West
half o the S. W. quarter of section 7, township
1i Range 20, (160 acres.)
The N. W. quarter of Section 35, the E half
of N. E. quarterof Seation 34, the East half of
the S. E. quarter of section 27, and the W. half of
the S. W. quarter of sect 26, township 13, ratinge 20
S. and E
Also, a tract of 485 acres, on the-South s'do of
Orange Lake, adjoining the lands of Mr. Solomon
Moody, and embracing fractional sections 21 and
22. in township 12, rang'i 22. A!l these tracts are
the besm quality Cotton Lands.
For terms, app!y to the subscriber at Jac'son-
viUe Lnov 1851.] ICHAS. BYRN'..
Jr.-t. ,M. Riar, Jr.,
W ILls.SELL, to arrive per br:g Spear, from
New Castle, Maine, on the most favorable
terms: 230 bales best Eastern Hay; 50.000 rest
white pine Laths; 150 bbls Irish Potatoes; 1500 lbs
Fresh Uod Fish, direct from the fisheries: -410 barrels
prime Apples, with sundry Provisions to fiil up
vessel. Oct23

f100 BARRELS Iest q'immlity FL'UR;
S20 ki'S No I MACKIBi''L fr,.si';
15 kits No I PllKLEI) SALMON do
500 Ills LEAF LAI). best q iliei;
30 tubs RARIFLED LRI). lfoi- etra falm ilv
1000 lbs s anirncrdil hA \IS;
50 box CHEESE of superior qu dlity.
A full asso'rtmn.'et ui liurlwn're. P'inrvrs
Tools iand Implemnents of ev,-y .h'scriplinri, in-
cluoiin C 'orn Mil.s ,ori' -heli'ors, Pl.umihs'
Ibo's, Chiainms, Axis. &c. Also.a lmroe stock ofr
inolurling nm'mi's eotrse nit fine Brogoiits, of v -
c'ry d'escripiion. A l'.rge assorume.it of
Doubile-barrerlled Gun,
of lirgecsiz'. KENTUCKY BJPFLE full andl
W -ole stock. A lirze qi,-ntiiy of
of oller vii 'w, th., evr (i.ff t.edi t is miii'.-
ket. which I moill s-l low'r for cas tlin c;i,
he biosit in Ih' soutIlerin oimlitr. Prirdl,.,
or gonodl p-iurr titkn in exeh ,inge for -'ohls.
N B-PInutmrs and Lnmhip-men wito wi-'i
1 rge bills imi- respectfnilly invited ti cil mint
exiiamine, bhefou'r lvvim, 's,'wheire. Oc 23
For Sale.
A SMALL LOT of d-ible. ;md single Sea
Islonii COTTOV G-IN'i. mm s m. 3
oa 4 ye'-rssiiep hby A D,',,it: Ie. '-rime ly of' -t
M'iry's. Geori',ia. The- Gins liiv' n. vi'' 'l, ii
atil rinml will h' solit low to lose u th,' h? .
iess. Iouille Ghmies $10: Single Gin' $25: l -
livhredl in Sy. I rv's. Terms c li on 1,li,,erv
Apply hy letter, pist paiil. To H ; 'iON,
St M ,ry's. Gi. Oct I :-I in

'K e *. -'. .':^.*, ,. .-' .. '..* :
.exl, ., *i ,-., c-.;.;;- *...: ; ..
tio -
:11 ouwn wes'a .R.
said a Democrat.' Geography, Granmar, History, Composition,
"Yes, I will," said the Whi'. Elocution and Book Keepibg. do, 5,00
Hiiher hranc'.es of an English, Mathematical
4"D--dif you will." said the Democrat. and Scientific course, do, 6,00
"D--d ifI'wont," t-aidl th- Wihig. The Ancient Langiaces. do, -. 10,00
'Then cover thatt" saig out the Demo-: The F,-oiLn'ignagne, in lassos, 5,00
j ii D ,'w in g a n d P e rsp e otiv o, 5 ,0 0
erat, hi.iudin, $l.)) .:.a gentleman stand-' Paititing.in watercolors, 9,00
ing by. oil ..00
"Atgreed," said the Whig, banding Prof. C L DES ROCHERS instruct 'n Franch.
over the rags. Drawing and Paint:ag. uct9 lv
over the raiLg.'
t'Now said he, "as you challenge me to WOOD'S
'bet on the general result, i'll take ORNAMENTAL IRON WOKS,
PIERCE! When I bet, why I 'b to wint." Ridqe Road, Philadelphia.
Whereupon, the De'in.iucrat took his Iron Statuary. Lions, Greyhounds, .Newflnnd-
money, and talked pretty saucy about land Dogs, Fountains of beaut t'ul designs and va-
Whii trifling. : rous sizes, Irn, Stairs spiral and straw ght. onim-
.. o. 'm proved plans: amso Iron Railings and. Verandas,
comprising upwards of 200-desig 's.
a' Designs and specification? will be sent to any
S.- part of the Union, by addressing -
'..At Bridgeport Connectic-it, on the 19th inst., of oct9-6m BROBERT WOOD, Philadelphia.
Croup, C ih,." All-ert eon -c.f the Hon. S. B. Mal.
lory of the ULanted 'lti.,. Senate, agedtwmunty-two NEW FALL GOODS JUST
months. ... 'EC'EIVED.
II HE S,.Pr.i,.er .'.ul, h. -,ve to ?form the
-: "'trlatn1 OU"rii- l. Ia publiIe tha he is |uit rp,,.,,;Is.l avery largo
; ~ ;,'id ",as 'rler d aEisorn.eC -l er f f
Steamer Win. Gaston arrives'from Savannah ev. a rioh assortment .of Mouslin de Laines, American,
ery Wednesday, and-returns on Friday. English and French, both plain and figured; Ging-
Steamer Flori.ta mrr's I'rumin CharlestOn every hams, Callocoe, figured and plain Aloacas: Mohair
Thursday, and retorns on Frdiy. I Lustresa: Persian Cloths. --'English Merinoec; Para-
Stoamer.. Wolaka arrives every Saturday from matta Cloths; Bombazines; Brocade Silks Plain
SSavannah, and returns next day. Chameleon do: wide black do; Florenee do -oolo'ed
.Steanor.SaraBh Spalding leaves fir Enteiprise 'ri,'. .c.' A-very nrioh n...,rtm..at of Caahm.'re
on'Wednesdays, and returns on Sund'ys. all w'..:tl shawls plain., prinmrd and eimbr6'dered
Steamer Thorn leaves for Enturpr.seao on Sator.I black silk minantillas; Persian do: black adcolored
days,andl returns on Wednesdays. English silk .hose: Do gloves and lace mitts; Paris
-- -.-i. "~ kid glove s, a-large assortment; rich dress trim-
*. i -mingsi braids; lace gimps, cords and fringes:braids,
'T phl *^hh~rtit'~m ftrl t~l',m, a,,, lameTin ,rl ,erv wide; a beautiful lot of
.:: ..., . 1 K -U ,. e. r d,.,,,,s n.-,.lje a.:,,'ked collars; Do cuffs;
.... .. handi ,,rneo'eo ur.lidleeves, and L C hand-
S HOUSE FiR S- E. kerchiefs; needle worked edgings and rinsertingg;
-'l SUBS. RIBE1as.age. for th linen and thread do ,German and Valenoines do;
oT f U S US RIBt as agenH S r n "o t worakedrf.aua;nz embroidered skirts; do window
J owners, ofers for sale the HOUSE now .c. drapery. &C ae rery superior and rich sfyle of silk
cupioed by Mrs. Dewees. on the corner of Ocean and and velvet bonnets; do straw; rich bonnet ribbons
'Forsyth-streets. The Hmuse has been lately re- and neck do, very wide, plain and figured; hus-
. paired and thoroughly painted, inside and out.- 'kins, bo6tees, slippers, tie and Jenny Lind boots;;
.ossession will be givoa immediately. .. gents' very fine hoots; do g titers and shoes: ready
; :; A[pl to made clothing, ofevery description and quality.
c qt.30-tf. t,.'.',, .l. P DEWEES. The.subicriher'would say that hehas engageran
~.. r .... "" : ...... aebomilished Tailor to do custom work, which will
I h '} 1 P 0 T"P nR he done with elegance and taste. Cloths, cassi.
D EP 0 T F 0 R meres and vestings'kept to suit customers. Plan-
M A SONIC BOO KS ters, who wish to furnish their negroes with shoes
,- -_ or elt.,th'r'o..'en m..*i'pl."i- ,th large quantitiesat
.' .. .very I n-, l '.rneo. the tild.i. ..,e invited to calland..
ClHARLES TOUN, S.- ,xairne i.:.. and pri,. r ,itemselves.
.t '5 Il tt b .cs. mis,* ,----------------L B A. lA ERMAN.

SI imuid.in it.]t..n 0 l,; 4 Miscell-Ineous
Bto.k. a general ] .,.rt.-nt of AISOaNiM.. WOEKS,
to whisth".he wouldl'all atteonman.
The ilitorineal La.nd tinari and olhaer Evidences
of Freemsacory. bv Rol. G. O,)II6r. D D ., Lon-
Sdon E itOus, 2 Ohu', .12. 'u.'..
Th6 Syvm ,",l ,'t Gi ry h."-. ;.,i he oh i,4.' ranu,
end of Majo,-irv, Iv R e.,,I. G. %,o ,' ). D, I.oeC
don Editiorn. 1 "ol I I .
The himan R,:e',:n, or Book ':,r ConlilLtons of
the Grand Lodge of So. Ca, ty A G M'uH..kv, M.
D.,I vol. $2,uit, .
ALoricoon e' Fraomiaionry, Ro., sed Edition, by
A. G. Meokiev. M D I ret oi...I
'reemiuason'i M.inu.,i. 11i eraUpfmri.a l',r the'oIni-
tiated fro r, LCho-not,c.d tppr-rnt-.u. t i.n it highest
degrees ol K[nigntho.j'l, by R.i 1) K 0 Stewart,
K. r., I vol. .$1,25.
The Templers Chart. or flioroglyphio eon tor,
SbyyJ L.Cross,R R.C,K.T.R. M, 1 voi. .l,25.
The Usonm. Chart. wiLe Illumtratiins, Char'.es,
- Sobgs., &o, by-0. L. Croi..,G C., I. vol $1,25'
The MysAti T,e. or-Fi.'Lt and ,'.pnomus, Illustra-
tive of thc. charter and TonJricy..-ofle I.,iu,
by A. G. Maekey, M. D. fvl., 7'ct.:' '"
The Masonin Malc,.,t. a Poetoit .:mrptanhon for
the Initiadod. I sdmnll ,.ol. 5ucI',.
All BokiE not incluJ.d in the sbore ii-:, will be
ordered and [orwardad sit h .lifinrth:-
AddresAsAMtLEL I ,.',JLi itTENAY.
Opposlte the f'ost Ofice,',(lhaitig.n,-. a C.
I G= O .: 30.-. 4 '
C- I f. .. .. '*

New Toardius House,
TIlT.E SU, B'It.li ItR. repeetfully in-
Sfe'Si forms strangers and residents that he has just
opened hIs new Boase at the corner of Monroe and
Ocean Streets, for the roecpt on of boarders. He
will receve- boarders mon reasonal-e termsng, and use
every exertion to make them comfortable,
-, A. COY.
SJacksonville, Nov. 15, 1851. t
JUST RECEIVED-A large itan ele'gnt lot of
lR-ins. Sihoumliplers. Siid's. L'ird, nnl mny
mth,-r necessary 'rticles for family use. 'inl for
smle by j- 3] H, T, TITUS.

THE .'. r,.'.rh'p l-... ,l existing bet.r eon
:JL. I-t ,'i. ..1. ;;gn,..., j,.,.,' ii-. ,,'n te and style of
Alsbp & Bonrs,; has been thi day 'rsolv'- I by" mu-
tual consent. WILLIAM 'LSOPi
J. HI. H. BO 'RS.
J'm-eksonville, Sept. 15, 1852.:
All persons indebted to the late firm are- request.
0- ie ,'l' r.'l. .H 0k'. p.i-vnim 'i', othqrwiso their ac-
C mr,i m w l i.e left in, til I "1rds of an attorney fir
collection.. sep 18-3t

a ."TI(';.
T"H I;,illm ersignel-ff.'irs ftor s.ile. eigh ty (90)
It eires of ,and..oin mwhiclh there is mu v:inmbli
Minerual Spring. situated nine (9) miles
west of Ocdia. 'in .ii ioti imiin'y Florilia.
T're properties of the miniiumral. as fir ts we
Cn l determiiiine, 'wvitihout an aimtlysis. ire si nilar
to Itmose possessed by the Smiitnee Spi-inms,
rphe Snprinr' is in an tolihle si!',,,t;t,iu .at

Jacksonvine,. o I O5 I -Jr 1...- --... ... .. .. 1..... ........nr ,y I 1 o i, 'If
as te Uu Si i*- some iistrmce f'romn unty witir poours', oaiist'-
qitemitly not! !lN he to thie smie CIsusmlitiri;s th'
Nt W -u,3ma a 'y.w,>,emenol most others in Fl'i'hm, snbter-
S rnean, heiuig exposed at tis .p,,int, im onse-
LD ro .mi. r," f, call m aim" .:rt ,',,'f t 'a- qunence of lthe irth's tumving mavwe1 : easy ofac.
m r..n., ,.l tine ul ,.:u ; tnnom lly a ra l-trg.i ces. intml is crappie ,-thieing tnmi ,|pm very pleu."
and c.o,_-eT't a ".'.[.n;or Or sanlt waeutinig placee.. AiHldrps..at Mdlison. Fa,,:
F U: R-N: i-T-U;ER E., l) DAVIn L..wVIIrrIE, Jr.
jimW re..'-.ii-,).l fi I---i Wi pjrpo ei ll in or at .T N,-..i ill.' Mc-OlYJr.
ns ."'-,.rii in. r, B c-n I t.. u si.arn'l i ns roah Aor ; -- I m .
Chnrlilt,,n inz,.,r .-'r r fi ,, -tim .uin b Clmepi lit n -- 3- -
t.n Fa Cuhi.r 1mort .:.uti, tmaImf' a rbnains. r .-.I ,cc J.* r II.ObIA.E1TE-.
le ecr.mirig amuitm imrhails .mr i.r mlr. [t l.' tmran,.l,
oi thmeidrmm'k unii tIle conducted 'by L M. FOLSOM, Ti.- Sheet lion C-p1-. L ,;.mL'.7,? Zc -Worker,-
at .spr Leime m."rson in tie business. Professor; -. 'J'acucmSVim.r.r. Fi 'mps "
Fol-.,, ,till k.)p on .hand Piano6 Forte', Violins, "7EEpS hr "'" -' handa ,.od ; "int
Guitars.. Aecordeons, Ae., andisprepare td tof rnish T.C1 rof. W", oI ,wn ine u N .- r. .l nr.. .
mu"oand musica instruments of every quality and wic he of r nas avorl t ers a en
desoriptfon, both for the old and noew notation, to- .', -, ...
-etli.r withhli'mt.-in,imn bo6ks of all kinds. Orders puroliased at anyestablishmennt ofnthe kin.] Nr.rmh
from the intirio.r w.l i.e attended to prom;tptly. rs ot otb Iffe .6, 'r pr""'ri,'sr"d U'-*' c-n'e ar tiOrt
\1o-sT 1 E'S, ,-f different kinds. not:.e,. r,,l in wr, ..n-r.l ke 'nr.er. r.V nri;, 1
jackl6or,. .l:, O,,t(bEr 2, 1852. f -: -'irb.i T ,i.o' c.:,-rti. LC.ie O> zm',r. '
-__ "._ _-_ .......-. -tHis m ,,r.. '. ;,k ia r,i so-r.' )..otr unl rd
1-(' LB'i. I'> l ..i ll-- J. min ie .iI mnd 'herelis .. u,' mi1. pui-,i ; u 1o o %,in tim imn I,-. orts;.
I100U mr ,iil by J MI P\t"' STO' E" .i,,l kri.].. nawna .-..y hand .)rdbrs
..- -t by i NJ P IL.v- f .i r.w, m or e.inir'r. tianltnknlv r.,e!a .el and
.t* 1) tin ,Eg',u t pUncimetclh- attend ..d Lo.. .h ri, li,.':)2.,-if
Brantly, Bc-mil) Branisy. lANK DEEDS. -----
A Nttt ER supply os th-ti, H ikepz o '01 ,1 OR SALE'' '. .; r:7 B
A14 just. .- c iu"e. -Ib "," ': I';OR SALE. stabsh 7517? TS 015PlC Ua',
Irlmdyjut trece "U V\i ....M'' V bAees.-tosuittneeconveyancoofLot,IHouses,
mmepti3 J OUk N 31.l.PAYV BE j p gv es ri"' oii. j ul 19

Hoise for Rent.
RS. BOBIOU'S large hou,e, s now for ren
ItJ is pleasantly situated, and wall adapted
fir a boarding- house, or a. residence for a, larg
family. Oct 9-tf

1Money LAst.,
ON THE KING'S -ROAD, on tm 4,th inst., bh
tween Jacksonville and Aldrich Braddock'i
a pocket book co-itaining abliut Thirty Dollars i.
money, and several papers. A liberal reward wil
be paid. to the finder,, at the News Office. Jackson
ville.. Oct 9-tf
rpJRNFR'S-3' SAR-AP.RILLA-ir.in two qt
.L Boils; Towns'-n i' ilo.; -%yer's Ciierr'
Pi'cior.il; Balsaim of Wild Cherry.-Jiust rs
cive-l andl fur sale by J. M.P.kY NE,
jv 10 Druggist.

The Subscriber is niw Opening,
A GENERAL assortment of Airy "oodi. Gro.
cerien,. Aruos. F'.iiit-, oils, &c. among
which may be enumerated, in part-
Osnahurgs, Ca'ioes, A&o.; Blankets,
Negro Cloths: Gingihams and Muslins.
Flannels, Sheeting, and Shirting,
Linens, Satinets. Ac&., Cambrics,
Jackonets, Swi-s and Dotted Mus ins,
Hosiery, I1andkerohiefs, &c.
We are also receiving a general assortment o
GROCERIIS, such as-
Flour. Pork, Cheese, Tobacco. Coffee-a few
bags of Java-Sugar, loaf and brown. Candles
Soap, Starch. &o., Crajkers of every description,
Vinegar. Cider, and' White Wine.
IN PAI'TS, &e.-White Lead, Lanp and L n-
seed Oil. A'so, Lead, Shot, and Powder..
AL.S: -Stationery, Cap a.d Letter paper, Fancy
Soap ofall kinds, (ank Books. Cologne, and other
extracts, anrd a general' assortuilenVos Fancy Goods.
Fer sale o. ,ow terms, by
At'F;nnegan's old stand, Jacksonville. Fla.
September 25. tf


HE Sniserilihrs woull :'espect.illy ca!l tmhe at-
tention of teir friends and cs.iioners to their
new and well selected stock of Fall and Winter
Dress Goods, consisting in part ofFr.onch,. English
and A nercan Pri',,. it, .gii u -,. Ciaminblrays.
White and Colorid lI.i ti.; Dirr .I and Striped
D-,.; English and French Merinoes; Brocade Lus.
tree, Ac., &c.; together with a large and well-se-
lested stock of Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.
Hardware and Cutlery, o' every description : in
fact, a general stock, suitable fior our Southern
minar et, which they offer for sale cheap, for cash,
comntry prndnoe, or an short and approved credit.
Planters aad friends are.- respe.ftilly invited to
call and examine the:r stock before purchasing
elsewhere, feeling assured that they will be enabled
to give o::tire satisfaction tm all who may favor
then wih their patronage, both as to prices and
quality of "i I.: .-
Sept25, .2. E L IIARRIO- T' CO.


TpHIE PROPRIETOR of this well known IIons,
Sis pleased to announce to his old patrons, anm
those vas'tingr the "cuiny 'outhl" lbfor heaish or
pleasure, tl.:at
dis Ilouse has un l;'r.,ogie a thorough in n-
and has been we'll fitted up to stit the most fastidi-
oms, having most of his rooms
Fmrlel trtiel Viii New -Fanitisre entire.
The Proprietor has also secured tlhe services of a
ady oF lone- standing and reputation as a Ilouse-
Keeper He wivll spare no pains to make this
House one of the best in For da. and hopes bv
keeping a good house, an I giving his persona' a1-
ention to husineas, to merit and receive the pat-
onago of the pu''ic.
lie respectitilly siolleits a call from his friends
ndi Travolle&r goicral'y.
A large and extonsve L:'.vory Stable 's attached
o the. Hlouae.
The Western S'tage leaves the House soon-after
he arriva! of the- boa ts
September 25. 1852. 6m


"y. ," ac '-i"..cn ,i a ters, c. -
t* A large assortment of
A!so, a large assortment of
s'qPgtii'l5 'Vm"\.Et s.tu\t it ^IP
isetageo f'28,.in bottles, together with -a new sup
ly of Furniture, Hardlware. Crockery. G!ass
rare. &e.--t"e finest ever offered here, whioh will
o sold cheap, for cash. june 12.
D. M'OUEN & CO.,
Text door to Fernandez, Bis'eo & Co.,'Bay street,.
Jacksonville, Fla.,
lTILL keep on hand a. groeeral assortment ol
D Dry Gools. Grocer os, Provisions, Hairdware,
!utlery,.Sallery. Ac.. to which they invite the at-
enoton oftheir friends and the public gonorolly.-
Anything usually kept in the stores of the town,
an always be had atthoir store. Call and exam-
ane. june 5. e
Segtars I Sega., I!
A VERY SUPERIOR, lot of Segatrs, jis re-
S ceived Ut ht DJrug Tm.I t.i"noy Sitre ofr
sep 25 .1(-I'N M1. PAYN\E.


This Side Up, with Care.

a, -ggsi '01 AUak tuI

a ,iN V i V i 11 S.HI J r1(TT V 7
jo oLvs aq aoju lusV si "*p "iUOap-B, r
soeousApi iv..sqll puo 'paddiqslo posop.mnd eq ISllA
4^ 2tgqliILJ.NO^LL~Oa
*" loIinhI,(i-. ai l A I:f llA'AI ots '':,i ')LIOlid
.0oj plud oq [Ilm sooad pooD
aooq svni oldoad Samunoa eq 2uiqs!unuOJ ao ilOl4i0
-.a.oo pimpn93u jlesmtq sasnim oq 'slOii.tsitm quaa.tejpp o
,:o aepimou4 aoiubov so suied ou poaeds 'ulatq
pun 'sidoad eqije sulan oqi q Ji:Ajloamq polutunb
os 'uoi,.iaseqo pus oaualieodya oojj SuiAVull
eamid a0o I'
67S(H'f H~7Utt(INV a'71VAt
0o spuni \,a qjis soa[osmoqq [dd-ns u0o ootp o.laqA
'Oulsa oaidmtoo siq el 'Al[keuaou otlqnd ,A
"q,]o UjOUaC4U3i ok4 lina iiLnjuosa U'hlllO L_

---New Go3ds! New 0oads !
1tI W olesalie ;snd Wectis5 gh
UST RECIV'ED, direct from New York., .
Lmwz, Assortmeuti of lt'.ashi,nt.ble p'prinp
I)'reSsGodles. of PFrel',oh., Briish. anmid Americat
l ,-nut'acture. co,,p,'rising in p :rt-
m Fmeceh oil cold Ginghi tins, Am.nericman do.
French, English, iind Ameri;nin l'rinls,
Furniture C'hint, Fig'd and Plain Liuns
1nil Muslins.
Do. .iackonets, Pliin aind Fig'd Swiss Mus- "
f'ambries an I Jacksones, plain iuan ohecked,
Pig']1 -rages, Silk Tissues, very rieh pat.
Widle B1 ck Silk. very cheieap; Marselir.,
tinl Fli,,r'nce Silks, or every color,
Ompe Shawls, pl ,'in and embroidlered.
Paria-Kid Gloves, B.iek and colurod Lace
Do. Silk a'nid Lisl'Gloves,
Jenny binit Polka Gaiters,
Biinisze-iipp'-.i Rootees, Opera Gaiters,
.iigle Ties, Bil'kiis.Slipppers, &c.
The most-appreved style of Spisi.l Bonnete,
Do. Children's Ht-its, Silk Boin 1efs. richly
I trimmed andl of the latest fashion,
Fre'neli Flowers. richi Bmtnet Ribbons,
Oevlemeon's Wear.
Boots, Gait'rs, anSIt Shoes,
Beady maule Clothing,]splenlid assortment
some-veryfine. -
Country nimerchants supplied fAr ,ns, on
,,rmsutqmial to New York prices. Thudountry
nublic are solicited to call and exmitminie G sods
and prices.
-"YAt the Brick Cash Store.
Jmoksonville, Malrch 27rh,
T IIECO.PARTNERSIihIP hereta'foqre exists
iing between the Sahsribers, un her the
't le atil Firm of R. S. REID & CO., has this
layh been dissolvedti by mutual consent. The
misemttled business of thpfitrnm will be.closed hyli
George But ainil B. E, C 0rr. who are hereby
-iuthoriz'd to use the name of the Firm' in
liquidation B. E. CARP
Pmlatka, July 5 lt852, 10.4in

T lIE SUBSCRIBER will continue the Com.
mission, Reoeiivine. mndl Forwarding Buli-
miess ait Paltka, anud solioits.a continuance of
the patronage of his friends and ciustonmet'r..
Paltka, July 5,1852. 10-2m

Twenty-five Dollars Reward.
0 RUNAWAY in November
,J .last, my"egro womanta.HANNAH. She
is about 5 feet 7 or 8 inches high ; black;
jnn' in rt tce'th, and about 40 years of age
'=.ann h'as amotber in Newnansville or Talla-
hassee, known hy ithe name of .XlMaeyAnn Sanehoz,
. r, :.riv ''-ir r.-. r.i, i afRomoan Sanchez, of New-
7. I, .1'.: i'.: r...; reward will be given upon
.,rl I.mtir0 ,'..,'D1 ;,-, Oi, jail where I crn got hoe ,or
jr.-'.n heiog rI',, crr..i in. me at 'Palatka or Jackson-
Jacksonville, June 5, 1852.. -- 3m
09- The Tiil'ahas8be papers will please'copy,
and ':r i thibi ills lto this ..i,.:c-

A ,NVI" l UORi.
1 Rev J r Herd'adey Thia nmrIsBing work.
.Csaut-fullv bo0 ,,'l. iE f.,r sal,, Iv
CANDY, CANDY.-Jst receivtiedUl tot 'of
-,v ,- S,' ii.111 fined issrtiedJ Candlies,
TI' utii i',, i]. Gum IJmrop;.- u.)gar Plu:ns, Pres, rv-
.,i Ujiii, frioetr-houed C.muily, &c. -Ftr m:ale
low forcitsh, by-: .--::;- J..A. PAYNE.
iv l --' Dnrug i'.t


-. -. ..-.... mm ...aIig ;atablihu2Dutt
73 Yoil- street, rear of the Coinrt House,
LADIESB Silk and Woolen Dresses, Shawls, Ta-
ble Covers, Ac., cleaned, and Dyed various co-
lors: Ladies' RBonnets bleached and pressed in a
ashio,'ahle style: Kid. Gloves cleaned and Gentle-
men's Garments .'leaned,renovated or dyed, as may
be required. All done in the same style which has
generally so much pleased my patrons and friends
'forms moderate. Orders from the country and in.
.'orior of Georgia. Florida and South 'Carolina
thankfully received and punctually attended to.

Ft- w ae,
2 DWELLING IHOUSES in the c'ty of Jack.
sonville, well finished and ofsuitable size and
convenience for family dwellings, in the meat pleas-
ant part of the town. Apply to
july 24 2t J. H. McRORY/Jr.


inttes the ninmimfaclureof the latest improved
RIiLLE.R COTTON GINS5 dIouhle aurd single .
;it the loiyest rates. .,'or the durmhility and
quality of the Gins, apply to the following
lMumford & HTIrris. Cenitrevillage, Ga.
Hilli-rind &-Hagratve. "
N. A. IlIrlet & Co.. Sivannah, Ga.
W ,,y & King. 4" 1 "
'yler. Dinimneg & Co., Beaufort, S. C,
B F. -mtnith Charleston, S. C.
J.I. McRory.jr.. Jlcksonvillp. E, F.
S. B. Thompsoni & Co Black Creek. E. F.
R. R. Reed & 'o.. P.,laitka, E. F.
A. A. DeLorine. Darien, Gi'.
George L[ Brown, Newmnansville, E. F.
Wni. Dell. t
A. Waterm n .mcalu, F. F.
J. W. Pearson, Orange Springs, E. F.
S. McCall. (Centrmvillaige, Ga.
Bivssent & Cullins. .'entrevillbge, Ga.
A. & R. King. Traders HillGa. .
T. Dexter, Mineral Springs, E. F.
A. Dunbar, & Co., King's Ferry, and Traders"
Hill.. ,
- The Suhibserihr keeps on hand. at low prices,
Boxes anA Brusheg, Whippers for Gins, RBoUlers,
&a., &c., &c., &c.
Tle elso repairs Gins at tfl lowest rates. Per-
gons in want of GINS, will please direct their
ord:rs to mhe subscriber nit Rt. Mrvs. Ga.. or to
his agents. TIIOMIAS VANt'E.
St. Minrys, Ga., May 29.1852. Sin

Notice, .
SIX WEEKS after date, I will apply to the
K. Honorable Judge of Probate of Putnam coun-
ty,;for Letters. of Administraton on the estate of
Asa Munson, deceased, late ofsaid county. .
Palatika, Junro 2. I8n:12. Ow

-= "NoteCo-. .
ATL PERCONS having demands against the
estate o'Thomas W; Pyles, late of Alaohua
coo y,dle'-en e4, are hereby notified to present
the-n, dily proven, within the time prescribed by
law. .' 't"oi"e will he plead im bar of payment.
And all persons indebted to a aid estate are request-
ed to make immed'ato payment.
Newnansville, Fla, Sept 11, 1852, 4m

ALL PERSONS 'indebted to Thomas W. Jones.
Slate of Duval county. Florida, deceased, will
make immediate payment to the undersigned.-
Those'having demands against the estate of said
deceased, will present them duly amuthentiea'ed
within the time prescribed by law, or they will be
barred. 1O... ...MORRIS KIEL, Adm'r.
August 7, 1852. -. 2m

Notice.w i -
IX MONTHS after date, I will apply to the
..Honorable Judge of Probate of Hernando
county, for letter .f disiri;s-ion fr,'mn th farther
administration oiftbE state om' jr,imnn J Liar.
rell, deceased. N. P. H.RRELL.
Mav M 1852. 6m Adm.nLtratrix.

Administration Wotice. '
SIX M,)NTI[IS 1 tEr dure we will P.recnl our
o,-ouni r Hnd tonchors to The flion, the Jado
of Pr,,ir.ate l',ir the COUItV r6' lNavsu. as Adminia-
trar.r or the Eitaqie ,.,'Jo.'ph Bergallo, for a fina'
setrnorit ,m th'i: *r.'me: and shall apply for a falull
disiiLharge as said Admrlnruiratora. All porsona -n.
terotawd, pleasii .aeLm'nnotiice.
January I, 1852. feb7--6m

-Jr Linsee-] Oil. Rn.'wnniln Bailed.
- Elephn mt IIIQbtilperiorjrticlr for lamps.
'':Tanners Oil, .
4610 hoxes Wini,w GIl s, nssorted sizes.
400 lbs. br-61 B1 i.Pn Pully.
-**-'' Fur sale l.,wjf.rV '.il. hv
...:f-O; *:'" M.PAlYNE,
ir^ ^- .?. ""<:.^- '"*:"-. 5sy

-lci janiii !iset llanrouso

? g C[TIHE UNDERSIGNED, having leased the C
7Te A vWAISLL, have formed a Copartnerahip
THE SUBSCRIBEit is now opening at-his store, the purpose of
S A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF f or the HoTem Mnrket, under the style anid. t-itle
lF .(G I:'" .'7.1.'*,. 0- The above subscribers. would respectful
Recently selected with great care inith cityof so ic:t the PATRONAGE of the Public;,4
tNEW-YORK. as they have entered into the business for the e
y lie invites the attention of Merchlants; Physi- press purpose of
- claus, and the ctiom mi .y, to his Stock, with the SAWING LT315M.EFM FOR JACKSONV1LL:
assurance that the articles will Le found to be rcsh, j; AND VICINITY.6d3
of prime quality, and at as low prices as they can be
bought in any market of the S outhorn country. They will a.so have a Grist Mill attached to tl
-_ O E -, Machinery; and as they havethe agency of oneu
H.!; OFFERS -- the 'LA.-l.N1iG iaALI.uI.s.s of Isaac Brown.
CHEWING T.UBACUU AND SEGARS Baltimore, which will be in operation in a few day
" ULD. iiQUOK8i AND\, WiNES, FINE and'which is entirely novel in thispartof thecomn
S(JUi LE('f, JEW ELKY try-and one of the firm being an old and ceper
&c.. &c.. enced hand with all the above mathlnery, andbott
TCt 0 E A S ,"BLA ./( aAN.D G .A7) of them being well acquainted with. te wants
T hE Sfi-esuLA tCK AND p rc LEtesa,) the Cityin'tl.oir I:.e. they will endeavor to giv
Of the finest quality, at aalow prices as the, ame general satisfaction, to all who will favor their
article can be sold- in the- Southern country. with their or iors
S'- l JAugust 8 1852. 14tf
wiMl find, he thinks, many articles adapted to tlie'r A (At9.-(
wants aud'tastes-all of which he will be glad to
exhibit and sell for CASil. lie will have. in a few BUiFFINGTON HU'JE.
days, a first rate THE- undersigned. Proprietor, has the pleasure o
SODA FOUNTA IN inforning his friends and the travelling public
A ND WILL. it.LEr A C'.'SIANT i -UPiY -0r generally, that his House is entirely .
Free from smani Pox arothpr Co,.e-aions Diseaqi
s nfA w T, & s He wound take the same occasion to say that. h,
of the very best quality and flavor. lhas had hi, House thoroughly renovated, and hi
junes26-tf JOHN M.. PAY'NE. room, well furnished, mostly wih new furniture
and will use every exertion to please all who m.ay
B. M0 BX'CTlE &: Cc,. favor him with call.
jaksvgL ep.18, 1852- 2t
W OULD respectfully inform their customers
and the public generally, that their FALL D ISSO LI T ION.
STOCK OF GOODS have arrived, and are now UTIIE Copartnership heretofore existing bhtweer
ready forthe inspection ofthose wishing to purchase f the uudursigned, under the.firm of D.Mc.
Good Articjes at Low Prices. Cuen 1 Co., was dissolved by munal eonsenut on
Their stock consists, in part, of Dry Goods, ot al- the 20th d'y of August last.L All debts of tihe late
niost every quality and name, from slks to kerseys firm .;' '1,e paid by D. Meuen, and all sums ol
fresh, family Groceries. lardware.Tin ware, Wood- money due said firm will be paid to him, he being
en ware, oaots avd Shoes, lats and, Caps, o thie authorized tosettle and receipt forthe same.
latest styles. Ladies' Bonnets, and a variety ofser- D..McCUEN, -
vieeable and fancy articles, which cannot fail to GEORiGE F. SKIFF..
suit the most varied tastes of the FaIR SEX, who Jacksonville, Sept. 18 1852. tf
are especially invited to call. N. B. The undessigned will continue the busi-
ALSO, ness, at the old stand of the late firm, and solicits
A sele'oct assortment of Saddles. Bridles, Martin. a continuance of public patronage
gails, Collars, &c.: Trunks. Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, D. McCUEN.
and all that is usually found in any store in thu-
country, the half of which would be'"too numerous 0Notice to Heirs,
to, in (Niton2
Theirstoek having been selected. by onie of the 'SHOUL there be any suaviving heirs of Don
firm, and one well acquainted with the wants ,1 IENEJQUE WITTE. alias Ilury White,former-
the people of tb;s section, they only say- ly Gvernor of Florida under thb Spanish Govern-
CA L,!L 1i "ND i E.L% minent, either in this State or any other in the,
Union, they may hear ofsomething to their advan-
beine fully assured that none will go away unsuit. stage, in regard to a claim against the Spanish Oov-
od. either as to the quality of the goods or the pri- .ernment, by call ng on me or writing bymai',
ces asked for them. ith all necessary particular to prove eir iden.
N.B.-All kinds of Country Produce taken in citly E J GOMEZ hiden
exhliange for goods, at the highest market prices. iy v J O aK F.
Aain, CALL' AND SEE.. We charge nothing for Vice Consl of Span at Key West, Fla
showing our goods. P6t

the Swampland containing large quantitie of
I he vTry heiit material for cypress sbinglis,
The birildings upon s Md tr ,i of land conaist
of adwelling-ho.use, smoke house, kiliohen. no,
gro houses, &c., &c, There are also two good
wells bf excellent water. : Tihesithiution iahigh
-And healthy, astd, lying iniediately upon Big
"Black Cremk. up which stlenmhoair0arai four
times a ,-'ek. ani.l return, it possesse every
desirable fricily fur trtnspnrts'tlun. "There is
also a Post Office at- (larpy's Ferry, about five
milts above, on sai.l Creek and good roads in
and around the immed'l'oe s-oti,,n of conulry.
The country around is well adapted tognizing
o battle and r-ising hoge, the range heing excel.
lent. I wil dell The -&'id traot of Ind upon
renson-bIN terms, and will make perfect titl.:
to lie aime. DAVIPPOrD
N' rwml.er 29. 1851 ; ..
1 TIlE PI('OL iVIA lHOUT, formerfry
TI'I r(o.up;ed by M Ws. .Vitm.-.The TiHoue j
I 'n good order Kent mfAderute, and p'.e.
Fls'i n g yen immcd,. tel.. Preference to a famb,
ly w 'hnt children. '-' Aplly" o. "
60'tl-1.a Ba_ CXCAfA, V1 A vp ine.

IC~t lWiofo %ecwo.

I10ad tsj, tg,

Ifor ""

of N NEW ^D 1GY TR Il\ nx f
Packets.' betwet.c-s Nep ort. :wgo.d7., aid
L, Pilit)i, comeopsasmi b ls w thsIiir d iaat ,,g
t1.3 Sch.0ooner.
x. JUEPHaR/-WE, 2" 7Pt, tsA.?s, A- R i x, '.57
JNiRsEY OAK, l60.to o d,. P. J i:, C--a. ir
rI: will ply regularly beLwerxt-eni tals.
Agent in -ew Yorit,.
JOBsEI' cii.-: Wlter-at.
oef Agertslir Jackstaen ir.
S Age.nt in Pfiiai4olr.
n- R.K. .DUBK
xi- All good!- drected to. tei rr gAB %.-
of September 4, 1-85g2.., tf. "2Bi::a arTy.
Charleston and Fioria Liae.

F L O I D. A,
if 5.5 fsos w rnnisingg 5tg 4ariv a-
lie the Line bet.weeB. C i:'.Esto' an'
a^^iS^&the St. Johnmsri.ver..
'. The :bllowhite scheullee ha 6een a,&'?I e-.,
W which ellws the hours, ofarr-gvaisindls c -
Stures from the various ports:
S Leaves Charleston Tuesday. at 3 o1cT.k,ps x.
Leaves Jacksonville Wednesdy, at S *
Learea Picolata Wednesday, at I ".
S Leaves Pilatka Thursday, at 7 o'oalch, A.,.'
Leaves Picolata 10
a Leaves Black Creek 1 p
LeaveswJackionville Friday, at S A.
S 'ihe accouimodatioes for Passenges ar&
f unsurpassed by any boat ever placed eJ ot,
9 St.John's. Freight and Passage as Inw as bf
ny oilier lice. Any-further infrm:tstio0 ear,
hPe obtained by applying to either of the apieAl
signed. Agents.
J. W CALDWELL. ChanresioB,
R R REID, Pilatka.
Sept 18, 1852. If

SS9 T1- H E Proprietor takes
pleasure in announcing to
^^^- ^^ the public thathe. hasjest
.---. a-placed upon the- route i- now
and splendid FOUR HORSE COACH. and that lie
is prepared to convey paaassengere- through ia the
shortest possible time.: He- has rlays. of the best
Horses at different points, so that Bo more time ia
lost than is necessary for their change.
This Stage leaves Jacksonville every Sundayand
Wednesday afternoon, immediately after the arri-
val of the steamers from Savannah, and returns in
time to connect with them on their return trips.-
aThese steamers connect with others at Savannah
for Charleston and New York: thus affording to,
travellers from the North, .or others visiting Tallas
ha-seo or. the interior towns of Florida, a speedy-
transit. A coach connects with this line to and;
from the White Sulphur Springs, in Hamiltor
June 28-6m Agents for Jacksonville.


, ran a Passenger Coach during.
S t'~-' tne sanimer season between
theUpper White Sulphur Spring and Alligator-
on Monday, and Upper White Stlphu r apd
Lower Mineral Spring on Thui.rsdays: cosect.
ing wilh the mail stage from Talltaasee en.
Thul'sdiys, nnd m-iI'atige from Jacksonville on
\loniliys. his line will afford oomfortaiblo
aind easy access, with no night travel, to the

Southern Iutual Insuirance Co.
ot Georgia,
T. 0. HOLMES. AGENT, J.ic,:o'si.,l. E. F.
THE undorsigned,-Agent of'the al.orc- Coiipany,
TH-is authorized to take ri;.li aaiinet FIRE 'OR
Buildings and their contents, Marine Sea Risks.
Life Insurance, including Negroes, ons the most fa
vorable terms. ..T 0 HOLMIES, Agt.
January 3,1852 .


THE SUBS.CRIBER keeps constantly on hanc
a fine assortment of GROCERITES, to.
which'-he respectfully calls -the attention of th
-public, consisting in part of
Sugar Ct',d Hams. 8hoviddcrs, Mess Perk, FuZ.
ton Market Beef, Botoegna Sausage. Cod
Fish. MacAeet. Irish "Potatoes Flour
Goshen Butter. Cheese. LeafLard,.
Crushed and Brow'n Sugar, Con, Corn
Meal and Grijt, Tea, Cofft.,, Candies and 'qars.
-ALSO,- : '
London Porter, iMt.',-,s Whufskey, Ga,
and Choice-Braindlies:
[17 'WU117 5 HE WILL SZ, SIEPAP ross cAssa..ga'
April 14, 1852." c T, G. MYERS.
THE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity to
inform the planters of Long Staple Cotton.
that he still continues the manufacture of thf la,
test Improved Roller Horse Gins, double and single,
at h^s usual states and ic ready to fill all order, at,
the shortest notice. For the reputation of tham
Gins, apply to the following agents, or. to those^
who have them in use.
AGENTS: -. -
Villalonga & Acosta, Centrevillago, Georgia..
Hilliard & Hargraves, -
Lastinger & Harris, Elizabethtown, Lounds oo.,
Georgia. :
Fernandez, Bisbee & Co. Jaeksonville, E'.F.
Harris & Lee. Ocala, E F.
. S L N.iblaok & Co, Alligator, E F.
KB Dukes, Palatka,BP. F .
'5on -& Spencor, Wh'te Springs, ".
Scott & Deveaunr, Charleston; S C.
Capt BR Bythiwood, Bcaui'orr SC. -' -
Watts& Oates, Hamburg, Madison .C., Fla.
ALSO-Extra Boxes and Brushes can be ha4
of the suh'oriber, at' moderate rates.'i persons
wanting Gins, or Gins repaired,' please direct to,
Agents, or to 8, L. BURNS, -
April 10.-6m; 6 st .Marys, oorgiL-
,Valuable Palitatlou for Sale,
:The undersig.nesi offers for sale, his valu-.
able tract of 'land lying upon Big Black
Creek, in tihe county of Duval, containing about
eight hundred acres, through which Little
Black (''reek runs to, and empties into, Big
'Blaek Creek. .There are about fifty ncies of
'cleared and improved land, end about seven
he-hdlued and fifty nores of first quality H'am
mnick lahid, Swamp" land, and Pine land.-

Oct 18, 1851.

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:I --


Jacksonville, Duval County, Florija, by


TERMS :- Three Dollars per annum, in advance.
1lo paper discontinued until all arrearages are
plaid, unless at the option of the Publishers.
07' ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted on the
following terms:
One Dollar per square, of twelve lines and under,
fbr the first insertion, and 75 cents for each subse-
ueont insertion. To yearly advertisers a liberal
discountwill be made.
O: All advertisements must be paid for before
nsortion, unleaby a regular customer. By refer-
ring to our terms, the requisite sum may be ascer-
tained and transmitted with the advertisement
0 Advertisements not marked with the num.
ber of insertions required, will be continued until
forbid, and charged for.
07 Five Dollars will be charged for all an-
nouncements of candidates for office; in advance.
One square, for six months, : : *$10 00
LIegal or other Business Cards, per an. 10 00
Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : 7 00
Application for Letters of Administration, 5 00
Application for dismissal as Administrar, 10 00
Editorial notices for private benefit will he char-
ged double the rates of advertising.
09 All religious notices will be inserted gratui-
All admissable personal communications will be
chargedl as advertisements.
Ug 'Ali'bills for Job Printing, must be paid on
theo delivery of the work.
[g- All letters on business, and communications,
must be post paid, to receive attention.
M.aj. JAM BEAMD, Tallahassee, Fla.
J. G. REARnDON, Esq., Ocala, Fla.
JoHs DARINGO, Esq., Tampa, Fla.
ileu. S. RUSSELL, Newnansville, Fla.
Cfpt. J.J. KNIGHT, Alligator, Fla.
B FRIsYn, Esq., Garey's Ferry, Fain.
GEO. CENTER, Esq., St. Augustiue, Fain.
Judge A. STEELEL Cedar Keys, Fla.
S-. GLusSKT, Esq., Pilatlka, Fla.
JACKSON PRIEST, Esq., Flemington, Fla.
C. P. CoorEra, Esq., Savannah, Ga.


HAVING received from Now York a supply of
type and other materials suitable for Job Printing
we are now prepared to execute, at the shortest no-
tico, all kinds of
Pamphlets, Circulars,
Law Blanks, Hand Bills,
Business Cards, Show Bills,
Visiting Cards, Bills of Lading,
Labels, &c., &., &c.
09,All bills for work of this kind, to he paid on
ddive. r*. June 14.

TIHE SUBSCRIBERS have entered into oo.-
J .partnership for the purpose of carrying on the
above business, and are prepared to make sales
either on consignment or at auction, (one of the
firm being an auctioneer.) Bth of the firm are
well acquainted with the me-lhants and citizens of6
the interior, which gives them the advantage of
making ready sales of any goods or merchandize
which may be sent to them on consignment. -
They will give their attention to making good
and immediate sales. They would respectfully so-
licit patronage from merchants and tradesmen of
otner cities, who wish to sell goods in our market.
Any business in, their line will be promptly at-
tended to.
tendto. GEORGE H. SMITH,
REFERENCES-A M Reed, Fernandez, Bisbee &
CoR Boulter & Co, Samuel Williams, Alsop&
Bonts. Jacksonville, Bo)stn. Gunbv .TA Laroach,
E M Moore & Co. Seabcrn Goodlall, Savannah.
Ju-.c,,ou'l'e, F/, Ja,. 10, 18t.2. tf
T HE SUBSCRIBER havingrecently opened
S the above House, would respectfully solicit
the patronage of the- public, There are at this
time- some five to six rooms unoccupied, several of
the same with fire places. The House is within
one hundred and fifty yards of the Post Office and
wharves. The undersignedlisagent for Gen Scott s
four horse coach and two horse hack mail lines,
both leaving for Ocala semi-weekly. For further
particulars, apply at the offices of ,the Jacksonville
1ews and Republican. JAME EW
Palatka, Jan. 10, 1852. tf

Turpentine Distillery For Sale.
Jiwg to FERNANDEZ and Mu InocC, in the
town of Jacksonville, and situated immediately
on the St. John's river, is offered for sale.
The advantages presented, by the fine for-
ests on the banks of-the St. John's, for the suc-
cessful prosecution of the turpentine business,
are unequalled in any part of the South. The
S"businesR, though only in its infancy here, must
extend every year. The facilities of transpor-
tation, the cheap rates of freight to New Iork,
the superior quality of the naval stokes, and
the longer period which the trees will bleed
In this latitude, must recommend the St. John's
when the facts become known, to those who are
now laboring under disadvantages in less fai-
vored locations.
Far terms and further' particulars, apply to
S. D. FERNANDEZ, Jacksonville, Fla.
Jacksonville, Fla., Jan 24,1852. td -
|jThe Wilmington Herald will please copy
until forbid, and send bill to Ibis office.
Letters on the Climate, Soils and Productions of
Tif interesting work is for sal,, at the store of
J.H. MoRory, ir.. and at the "News" office,
Jacksonville. Price, 25 cents.
Post Office Stamps will be iak'en for Letters, and
serbohe easily rmiltted by letter.
1 Oand 12 Bairnard st,, Savannah, Ga.

Tl.IE Subser;ber respecitflly invites the public
inspection of his ssock of.
Planished, Plain and Japaned Tin Ware, -
which tie is constantly manufacturing Personsa
visitig Savannah will do well to examine my
en~io, preric-ue to purc-hating els.'wbere.
Bathing Tubs, Shower Baths, Hip Baths. and
Sponge Baths. Cooking, Parlor. and O.,oo Stores.
of variouarizes and i,',st approved patterns.
Holow ware. of every de-:"ription; Enamelled
and Tinned Sauce Pans, P-eserving Pans Revolv-
ing and other Waffle [ron?, Ac, Aco. Cutlery and
Britannia Metal Wace: Foroe Pumps, Well lPumps:
Bee(r Pnmps, Well Wheels, Brass and Pewter

Faut; Couplings, Valves, ,c. Ac. Copper,
Steam, oand Water Pipe, and all other copper
work executed with dispatch.
Also on sale.
Fire and weather proof, colors nnfa.iag. 5 efnta
perpound. JOHN J. MAuRICE.
Savannah, May 29, 1852. ly

N OTICE is hereby piven that an ELECTION
0 1 1'ill be held throngbou ttlbeStatleofFlori.lh
on Tuesday, November 2-J. proximo, for Elec.
tords (,fPresident and Vice PresilIEnt of the
united Statls. Nlimbe ito be chosen, throe
Done '. the Capitol ii,Tallahassee, this l10th
day ol August, A. D, 1852.
By the GovernoT-Attest:
Secretary of Slate.
Aug. 17,'18l2-aug 28

Eastern Circuit of Florida:
Francis Gaines,
Samuel Turner and JaneR. Turner, his wife.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
Ilon. Thomas Douglas, Judge presiding,
that said Defendants reside out of said State,
on motion of C. P. Cooper, Esq., Solicitor for
It is ordered, That publication of the filing of
said Bill of Complaint be made in some news-
paper printed in said Circuit, for the time pre-
scribed by the statute in such cases made and
It isfurth/r ordered, That said Defendants
be, and they are hereby required, to appear
and answer said bill of complaint-within four
months from the date of this publication, or
the same shall be taken as confessed against
tb em.
Witness, the Hon. Thos. Douglas, Judge, &c.

State of Florida, County of Duval:
I hereby certify that the above order is a
true and correct copy of an order on file in
my office, this 20th Noveber, 1851.
Clerk Circuit Court Duval County.
May 22d, 1852. 4m

Rock Spring Water Cure,

"The Water Cure Establishment of Dr. C. Cox
has been successful, not only in the number of pa-
tients, but in proving the efficiency of the mode of
, treatment adopted for the removal of disease. Dr.
Cox is prepared to cite instances, in this place and
elsewhere to invalids of long standing who have,
under his regimen, been restored to vigorous health.
No place in the State'offers greater advantages for
such an establishment as that of Dr. Cox, or holds
out stronger inducements to persons in bad health
who wish- to avail themselves of the peculiar mode
of treatment used by Hydropathic physicians."-
MAarietta Advocate.
0g- Letters of enquiry, post paid, will be prompt-
ly attended to.
March, 20th 1852. 3m

THE CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing
X between Myers & Coopman, in the conduct
of the Baking business, having been dissolved, the
subscriber desires to make known to the public
'that he will hereafter carry on said business singly.
He has made fullpreparations to supply the town
and other purchasers with excellent Bread, Pies,
and Cakes, which he is now delivering regularly at
the houses of his customers.
Tickets furnished, and families anywhere within
the limits of the town supplied at an early hour
every day. Price-5 cents por loaf.
Janesonville, June 5, 1852. 6im

Valuable Plantation for Sale,
SThe undersigned offers for sale his valu-
able tract of land lYing upo-n Big Bl.iek
Creek, in the c.:.untri ,:',f [>usal*-,.iaaininig about
eight lu i,'J red acres, ihr.-t/gh wli.Al, Ltu k
Black Creek runt to, and empties into, Big
Black Creek. There areabout'fifty acres of
cItiired and- improved. land, and about seven
hun.Jred and fin(y teresof first quality Ham-
mock land Swamp land, and Pine land.-
thie Swamnp land containing large quj.,ntili"' of
the very best materials for c)pre shbingles.
The buildings upon said tract of land consist
of a dwelling house, smoke house, kitchen, ne-
gro houses, &c., &a. There are also two good
wells of excellent water. Thesituation ishigh
and healthy, and, lying immediately upon Big
Black Creek, up which steamboats run four
times a week, and return,' it possesses every
desirable facily for transportation. There is
also a Post Office at Garey's Ferry, about five
miles abbve, on said Creek; and good roads in
and around the immediate section of country.
The country around is well adapted. tograzing
cattle and rmiting hogs, the range being excel-
lenrt. I wi.l sell the said tract of land upon,
reasonable terms, and will make p.-rlfeet titles
to the same. D.V13S FLOVDI
November 29, 1851. .
THE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity to
lUnform the planters of Long Staple Cottons
that he still oonliunei the manufacture of the la-
test Impro .ed Roller Horse Gine, double andsingle
al his usual rales. and i- ready to fill all orders at
the shortest notice. For the reputation of the
Oir,. apply t.) the allowing agents, or to those
who have them in use.
Villalonoga A Acosta. Centrerillage, Georgia.
Hilliard & Rargravea. ,
Lastinger A Harris, Elizabethtown, Lounds co.,
Georgia. '
Fernandez, Bisbee A Co, JacksonviJle, E F.
HarrisA Lee. Ocala, E F.
S L Niblaok & Co, Alligator, EF.
K R Dukes, Palatka. EF.
Tison & Spencer, White Springs. E F.
Scott & Dereaux, Charleston. S C.
Capt B R Bythewood. Beaufort, S C.
WattsA Oates, Hamburg, Mladison Co., FIs.
ALSO-Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had
of the subcriber., at moderate rates. Persons
Wanting Gins, or Gno repaired, pleae d.rect to
Agents. or to S. L. BURNS.
Apr;l 10.-6m St Blarys, Georgia.

l oconpied by Mrs.RriD The House-is
In good order Rent moderate, and pos-
sesslon'giren immediately. Preference to a fami.
ly without childrea. Applyto
septlf-1 B E CARR St Augustine.

Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper, Lead and Zinc Worker,
T: EEPS constantly on hand. a good. assortment
of TIN WARE, of his .own manufacture
which \he offers on as favorable terms as cafbo
purchased at any establishment of the kind, North
or South. He is also prepared to execute at short
notice, and in workmanlike manner, any article of
His motto is "quick sales and small profits." and
herelies on the public to sustain him in his efforts.
STOVES, of all kinds, always on hand. Orders
from town or country, thankfully received and
punctually, attended to. April 10, '52.-tf

. Deed-, to'ust the conv'eyance of Lois, Houses,
and Real E;taLo of every descriptic.n. july 19

gLEgal Notices.

Eastern Circuit of Florida-County of Duval.
Davis Floyd and Sophia W Floyd, his wife,
George C. Fleming.
Bill, &c.
T appearing to the satisfaction of this Court by
affidavit duly made, that said Defendant above
resides out of the State of Florida, and beyond the
jurisdiction of this Court, so that ordinary process
oflaw cannot be served upon him, but within one of
the United States,
Therefore, on motion of Messrs. Sanderson and
Hart, Solicitors for Complainants,
It is ordered, That said Defendant appear within
four months fiom the publication of this Order, and
plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint of
said Complainants, or in default thereof, the same
will be taken as confessed against him.
And it is further ordered, That a copy of this
Order, duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, be
published in some newspaper published in the
astern Circuit of Florida once a week consecu-
tively for the said space of four months.
THO. DOUGLAS, Judge, &c.

State ofFlorida, Duval Countyy:
I hereby certify the above to be a true and cor-
rect copy of an order on file in my office, this 5th
day of June, A D 1852.
Clerk Circuit Court Duvat County.
june 5 4m

George WV Andrews, vs. Mary Jano Andrews.
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
Mary Ann Andrews, the Defendant, resides be-
yond the jurisdiction of this Court and out of the
State of Florida, It is Ordered. That the said Defen-
dant de appear and plead, answer, or demur to this
bill within three months from the publication of
this order, or said bill shall be taken pro confesso.
And that this cause be sot for hearing at the next
term of the Circuit Court for Hernando county, to
be holdon on the third Monday in October next.-
Provided, That this order be published in some
weekly newspaper of the State for three consecutive
months before default shall be taken for non ap-
pearance of Defendant.
I certify that the above is a true extract from the
records of my office, as the same appears of record.
Witness my hand and the seal of my office,
jL. S.1 atDeSoto, this 5th day of July, A D, 1852.
july 10.-3m M. C. PETERSON, Clerk.

Institutes, 'c50oo0s, &c.


Associate Priacipals.
THE FOURTH YEAR of this Institution will
- commence on the 20th of September inst.-
The classes will be arranged so as to embrace the
different ages and capacities of the pupils, and thus
progressively promote their intellectual improve-
ment, and also insure to them thorough instruction
in the various departments of literature and science.
Mathematical Instruction will be continued by
the former Teacher.
The French and Drawing Department will be
under the direction of Prof. Des Rochers.
Musical Instruction will be given to the Pupils
of this Institution by any of the Professors of that
Science in Jacksonville; the Principals leaving it
optional with the parents and guardians to decide.
TERMS, (payable z advance.)-For one quarter, of
eleven weeks:
Orthography, Reading, Writing and Arith-
metic, $4 00
Grammar, Geography and History, 5 00
Mathematics and the higher branches of
English Literature, 6 00
The French Language, in classes, 5 00
Drawing and Painting, do. 5 00
Music, from $10 to $15 for 24 lessons.
An additional charge of 50 cents for fuel, will
also be made to each patron for one quarter, during
the winter. Sept 1,1852. 11-6m

April 26.


I Washington 1I. Ives,
WILL practice in the several counties composing
the Eastern Judicial Circuit of Florida, Ham-
ilton county of the Middle Circuit and Levy coun-
ty of the Southerr Circuit; and in addition to his
regular professional duties, will attend promptly
to the prosecution and collection of claims of every
description against tho General Government,
April 10, 1852. ly

lassical and English Institute,
T IHE Subscriber having had several years
experience in teaching, has concluded to es-
tablish his School in this place, and respectfully
invites the public to call and test its merits.
It will be his constant effort to cultivate the
friendship and esteem of his pupils; and to instil
those principles which tend to develop the human
intellect and to refine the heart.
Without being in the least sectarian, the Insti-
tute will be conducted on religious principles.
By a most thorough system of reviews and exam-
inations, which experience has suggested, the
Principal flatters himself that knowledge once ac-
quired, cannot he lost.
Great inducements are offered-in the way of
health and beauty of situation-to parents wishing
to send their children from home, as no pains will
be spared in providing for their comfort and en-
The discipline will be inflexible, though mild and
The course of instruction includes all the bran-
ches of a thorough finished English education, and
a full preparation for any college class.
Orthography, Reading; Penmanship; Phonogra-
phy: Grammar; Geography; Ancient and Modern
History; Rhetoric: Book-Keeping; Composition and
Declamation; Bolany; the Bible; Vocal Music;
I Intellectual, Moral, and Natural Philosophy;
Astronomy; Chemistry; Logic; Geology.
Arithmetic; Algebra; Geometry; Trigonometry;
Surveying; Mensuration; Analytical Geometry,
Differential and Integral Calculus.
Latin; Greek; German.
A course of Lectures will be delivered during
the year upon Philosophy and Chemistry. The
School will be furnished with a new set of ap-
paratus, and will afford ample opportunities
for becoming acquainted with Science and the
practical operation o fits laws.
The Academic year will be divided into four
quarters of eleven weeks each Students may
enter after the commencement of any quarter,
and be charged only from the time of their ad-
Board and Tuition, including lights, fuel,
and washing, persession of 5 mouths, $120 00
German or French, 6 00
(Payable quarterly, in advance.)
English Studies and Mathematics. $10 '00
Including the Scientific Course, 12 00
"Latin and Greek, 15 00
German or French extra, 6 00
(Payable quarterly, in advance.)
A liberal deduction will be made for pupils in
the Primary studies. Mr. Brown is also able to
secure the services of a most superior German Pi-
anist, should there be sufficient encouragement to
employ him; Address, N. F. BROWN.
l7Hon Willard Hall, Rev S R Wynkoop, Rev Corr
Chambers, Capt H B Nones. Wilmington, Del.; Dr
Miller, Brandywine Village, Del.; Rev T Bradford,
Dover, Del: Rcv J E Rockwell, Brooklyn, NY;
Hon J Oliphant, Dr A E Budd, Medford N J.-
Teachers-Thoo Hyatt, Rev Thos Cann, Rev Z A
Mansfield, Wilmington, Del.; L Barrows, Andover,
Mass.; E M Moore, Savannah, Ga.
January 3, 1852. ly


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The Publishers pledge themselves that the
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August8l, 1852.

Plantation andIl Mill-site for sale,
i I WILL DISPOSE OF, at private
Iisale, my Plantation on the St.John'si 2.1
river, at the mouth of Julington creek, sixteen
miles above Jacksonville. The* situation is
known to be the most beautiful on the river,
niid is remarkable for its salubrity; not a case
of fever having occurred there for many years
The dwelling is spacious and comfortable,.,n-1
calculated for the accommodation of a largc
family. The land (about 400 ncrer) ; (.f good
quality, and well adapted to the cuhliviitioz, of
cotton and corn, and about fifty acres suited
for sugar cane. There is an admirable site for
a steam saw-mill at the mouth of the creek, and
it possesses the advantage.of being in the centre
of a section of country, firtl, w,,.:.dJed with yel-
low pine. There i6 a n loltrihing orangegrove
on the premises, whbicl .)rmFrly produced an
ir,.':ine iil a ibousirn.i d,ll tre ye.,'. and will
-hortly -Io so agpit.. jiudirg fr.:.mn thbe present
ibrifty and Ihealiby sppe rIunce oi the trees.
The Post Office at Madihdarin is within two
miles, and the steamers pass and repass the
house, in their regular trips to mand from Sa-
vannah. Those wishing to purchase this pro-
perty, may call on or address by letter, the
subscriber, at Jacksonville, E. Florida.
Jacksonville, March 10; 1852.


B. MI, Pearson,
H AS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and will
practice in the Eastern and Southern Circuits,
the Supreme Court of the State, and in the U S
District Court for the Northern District of Florida.
February 7, 1852 tf

Dollner & Potter,
154 Front street, corner Maiden Lane, up stairs,
MWILL attend promptly to all business entrusted
to their care. Particular attention given to
the sale of Cotton, Lumber, Timber and Turpen-
tine ; also to the purchase of goods.
i07Liberal advances made on consignments.
Feb 21, 1852. 6m
Charles DeWaal,
Auctionneer, Jacksonville, E. F.
Vf SALES in any part of the County attended
to and respectully solicited.
Jacksonville, May 6,1848

Charles E. Dunn,
APPOINTED by the Governor, for Duval county,
having been qualified as such, offers his servi-
"es to the public in that capacity.
Jacksonville, Feb 7, 1852. tf

David H., Galloway & Co,,
Friction Matches, in round wood boxes, Marking
Ink, Black Writing- Ink, and .
mar 17 Qil Paste Blacking. ly

Philip Fraser,
W ILL attend to any professional business
entrusted to him in tht Courts of the
Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at
Tallahassee. lie has also such an advanta.
geous connection with unable Lawyer at Wash-
ington City., ats will ensure a prompt and spee-
dv collection of such claims as may be placed
n his hands against the United States.
Sept.8th, 1849 ly

McQueen MclIntosh,
W ILL attend the Circuit Courts in the
Eastern Circuit; the United States
Dist-.rlot Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme
(, court at Tallahassee; and prosecute Claims fo r
citizens in any part of Florida against the Gov-
ernmient at Washington, either before Congress
or at the Departments.
ADDRnaESS, Jacksonville, East Florida.
May 11, IS50, tf

J, DIcRobert Baker,
ILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Ju-
r dicial Circuit, in the Supreme Court at
Jacksonville, and in the United States District
Court for the Northern District ofFlorida
HIaving an efficient and reliable agent at Wash-
ington, he will prosecute claims against the United
States before Congress and the Departments at
Being permanently located at Jacksonville, he
will give hisentire and unremitting attention to his
profession, and all business entrusted to his care.
He will also attend to any business as
Appointed by the Governors of the following
States to take Testimony, Affidavits, and Acknowl-
edgments to be used therein:
Maine, North Carolina, Virginia,
Vermont, South Carolina, Mississippi,
Now York, Massachusetts, Georgia,
Delaware, Pennsylvania, Alabama,
Maryland, Texas. Nov 1-tf

Oscar Hart,
(Office in the Court House, up stairs,)
W ILL practice in the several Counties o f
the Eastern Cirzuit of Florida, and at-
tend to the collection of claims against the U.
States for Military Services, and for Horses lost,
or other property lost or destroyed by troops in
said service
Also, claims for Pensions ofdisabled Soldiers,
or the Widows and Orphans of deceasedSoldiers.
Also, claims for Bounty Liand to officers and
soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of decd.
officers and soldiers.
Also. will give his attention to conveyancing,
to examining Titles and Records, and assertain-
ing claims to Lands.
All business entrusted to him will meet with
prompt attention; and all instruments of wri-
ting will be executed by hiniwith neatness and
d espatch.
JacsksonvilleJan. 25,1851. tf

March 6, 1852.

Late of Columbia, S. C.

.K EEPS constantly on hand
V .. "' a large aseortrment of
v, ,.W. rnove'rt IoT N e PLboT ifs,
'q'"" of his own manulatIure, ofev-
"Z $. rv kind, together wiLh ('st
"t h 'd iia roue/t ,hni CI.iin
of all sizes, loree Shue., and
vari.ue clther articles in his line. Alon.
of all sizes, kept. cinslanlly on hand, or made to
order, at short notice. "
He is also prepared to ( xecute with despsteh,
any work which may be required at prices which
cannot. fail tosaut alA. Be would only fav to the
1ju lia 1 o ra I hom i al

ID.* OA. cle pOrhased rrol him, or made at his establisb-
met. is fully equal to any of the kind procured at
HTAVING just returnedfrom the North, would Ihe Nortb. April 3, 1852.-ly
respectfully inform the public that he has
brought out a splendid assortment of -Fresh Arrivals. .*.
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, rTHE undersigned han lately received afresh
FINE GOLI JEWELRY, of every description. supply of Drugs,Paints, Oils, &.,. iiong
Goli and silver .wicbhmay be meutioned-Linseed and Lamp
GUARD, VEST. AND FOB OHAINS, Oil, White Zinc Paint, White Lend, pure. and
Gold and Silrer Spectacles. No. 1, Iodide Potnasfi, Ayer's Cherry Peotor.i,
SILVER WARE-such as Spoons ofr all kinds, Wistars Balsam Wild Cherry, Hibbards Wild
Butter Knives. Ac. Gold and Silrer PENCELS. "herry-Bitters, Philitoken-the femalesfriend,
GOLD PENS. Genuine Bermuda Arrow Root, Qxygenated
Knives, IlRzra Scissors. Shears. etc. A splefidid Bitters, Ginger Wine, the best remedy for Dis-
.lot of LA DiES' FA NS. Combs, Brusahes, etc. pepsin anl Debility now before the public. A
P E R F U M E R ", &c. cAl! Is police JOHIIN Ml. PAYNE,
and many other articles, t" nume'ious to-mention. -
03 The public areInvited to call.._-- Brandy, Brandy, Brandy.
SW.-ATCH ES-A-ND J'EWE'LRY "A NOTUERW supply of tha. Supe-lor (id
repaired at short notice, and warranted. 'l Brandy.jusatreeeived, 'and forsale by
Jacksonville, Sept. 11, )52. Om sep.5 I JOHN M. PAUE.


lnm happy tosay otherimmediltecureshi; e
come under my own observation witix a few
days. I cheer fully add my minitetontAe already
great amount of testimony with reagnrd toe.ur
Valuable Mediciue. I am, respectfully,&c,
~"l i.BEARN, Jr.
t o'E. Poinsett, Esq.. ,

Jgrssovii.i., E. F.;-'A-Sgust 15th, I85.1
Dear Sir: This will' inform you aLt'6ne
bottle of your Mgdriiie','called If!sM LLOZE-
cusr, has perir'nextly ily outed t.t.41f-my ne-
groes of a sevcfe ittck of Dya3t~y. ,J on.-
sider it aniexcellent MedicilM ro this corn
plaint, 'j take great pleas.iWI-n recomn ."d
ing it trMe public. lepejctfully yonr,-..
.. PERN.R E Z.
To Mr. E Poi. ..

C ANDY, C'A bt.-Ju;:i'cei~ved a lot of
Steywarls'tesm refined 'baorted Candies,
Tnmarfl'g-Ginm Drops, S.igar Pelli"BsA er,.
ed GigerHoourb-hound CauJndy, &c-.r j ale
Jlow fo cash, by J. M, it.
jy 10 Druggist,

* Zoe ||torijb.a %coo.^


ProfessionaI (artbs.

AS located in Jacksonville, and will attend
the Circuit Courts in all the counties in the
Eastern and Middle Judicial Circuit%, the Supreme
Court of the State, and the United States District
Court for the Northern District of Florida.
His time is devoted exclusively to the legal pro-
Office in the basement -under the "Republican"'
printing office. mar20.

Hopkins & Braham,
WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit. Business
entrusted to their care will be promptly at-
tended to. -eb 21, '52.-tf

business (Jar s.

Factors and Commission Merchants,
'ug 21 3m

Factor and Commission Merchant,
sept 4,1852. tf

112 Pearl St., New Yor'k.
C AREFUL attention will be given to sales of
.J Cotton, Rice, Sugar, Lumber, Timber, and
other Southern Produce. Also, Merchandize pur-
chased on most advantageous terms. June 19-ly

STRICT and prompt attention given to the sale
of all articles of produce entrusted to his care,
and all orders promptly complied with.
April 24, 1852. tf

S. N. Williams,
EEPS constantly on hand 'and for.Bale a gen-
Iceral assortment of -- -
and will sell them lower for cash than they can be
bought elsewhere in the' South.
Country produce taken in exchange, at liberal
STORE corner of Union and Forsyth streets, for-
merly owned and occupied by Mr. Jas Armstrong.
Jacksonville, Oct. 25,1851. ly
Wm. lYM. Lawton & Co,
No. 13 Southernu TWiarf, Charleston, S. C.
W it. M.LAWTON, W.t. M. TAYLOR,r
Sept. 6,1851. 6

Loud & Co.,

UStrict attention will be given to the sale of Cot-
ton, or other produce, and liberal advances made,
when desired.
jan 24. 1852. ly
E. W. Buker,
March 20, 1S52. ly

Boston & Gunby,
Nov. 1. 1851. 6m

I Cooper & Basinger,
TILL practice in all the Courts of the Eastern
Circuit of Georgia; also in the Eastern Gir
cult of Florsda.
Office on the Bay, over the Republican Reading
Dec 13. tf

Felix Livingston,

"1W. H. Gioddin,
Shop on Bay street, rear of-R Boulter & Co's store
January. 1852. tf


SEGARS. &c., &c.,
Offers his stock for sale at. the lowest possible rates
for cash. Pr,.du-e tialn in ex-hange for gA,.
Jaoksoinville, Fla, -Feb 21, 1852. tf

New Carriage Establishment,
,, K Tlir attention of the citi-
- zens of Florida is invited to..this
W Splendid Establilshmenit,.-
where may bo found every variety of LTGHT,
Purchasers. vi-itGng aanna.h will find it much
tI.. lthei-r advantage topatronize this Etubli'hmont
Orders will bc recoidl ftor the manufacture (A
all kind; i'CaTrrsgesF. AAlo, REPAIRS neatly and
promptly exc.uted All work sold at th;s Eltail.
ishw eoL is 6 vrra ,tt d. .

oinsett's column.,



Chronic Diarrhwea and Dysentery
Which has ever been presented to the public. It
stands upon its own merits, and needs no puging.
T HIS Valuable preparation is compounded
from several medicinal roots growing.in
the Wilds of Florida. It iasPnUELyand WHOL-
LY Vegetable, and designed ESpECJALLY for the
cure of the above disease. The Inventor andil
Proprietor is fully convinced that it is an in'
valuable Medicine. In fact the test that he
has given it in the-town in which he resiesk,
and the astonishing success with which it 'hat
met, warrants him in saying that it is a .POSI-
TIVE CURE. He has therefore come to the,
determination to place it within the reach of
all, knowing how many suffer with this very,
unpleasant and often dangerous Disease, par-
ticularly in the Southern ,and Western States.;
In purchasing my INDIAN LOXELUST be
particular and look for my written signature
on the label.
I refer the public to a few certinatfes.tielow
selected from among many received from re-
spectable citizens of Jacksonville.
--P. S.--Plant'i. ohuuld ito 'without this
valuable Medicine. Every family ought to
keep it on hand.. -
A. IM. REED, principal Agent for Jackson-
Jacksonville, August 16, 1851. ly"

Directions for using Poinsett's Indian Loxe-
oust will be found on the insideof the wrnpper
on each bottle. Where there is fever attend -
ing the disease, a purgative should in every
o ase be used before the Loxecust. Should
there he a tendency to inflamation, purge mod.
erately, and give the Loxecust in smaller doses
than the average dose.

Testimnonial from a Regular Physician. -
The following certificate of the:bfficacious qual-
ities of this Medicine is from a regular physician
in Columbia county:
PINE GROqE, Columbia co.,
E. F., February 29th, 1852.
Mr. Egbert Poinsett:
Dear Sir: I have used three bottles of your In-
dian Loxecust-all succeeding admirably. One of
the bottles was used in a case of Chronic Dysyntery
which had produced prolapsus ant, or protrusion of
the rectum, which had baffled all other remedies
that had been tried, (and these were not a few.)
The result was a final cure with one bottle. Your
Indian Loxecust is the most positive- and certain
cure for Dysentery and Diarrhoea of any remedy
that I have as yet learned the use of.
Respectfully, yours, &e,
P. W. CATO, M. D.
N. B. Send me another supply immediately.
mar 11 P. W. C.
From Rev. I. Sivar's.
Jacksonville Nov. 12, 1851.
Mr. E. Poinsett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure in ex-
pressing to you my approbation of your Indian
oxicust as family medicine. I-have used it with
good success. Yours, respectfully,
From Rev. John C Lry.
Jacksonville, Nov. 17,1851.
Mr. Poinsett-This will inform you that for-sev-
eral years I have suffered much at different times
from Chronic Diarrhoea. I have tried your Indian
Loxecust. and received an entire relief, and have
no reason to doubt its being permanent. Believing
it to be a duty which I owe to the afflited, I pfw-
sent you "I, .,:Ln,fi-: Il. nLich .'u ,:an use a-yeW
think proper Il mi11 al'o, y, "ibat in et-nt-rsing
with manywh.:. h,: ui.;d 3..ur medicine, I have
not found one l did out ret:eir, ,. rli:f.
JiliN C.LEY,
Pastor Methodist ChurchJacksonville.
MANDARIN,'FLA., Oct, 1,. 1851.
Dear Sir-Some time sines I was on a visit :sear
your place, and wasisTiirdfenly taken very sick.-
Your Indian Loxecust was recommended. Tie
friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle
of it in thehouse, and I used, it, and take pleasure
in informing you that it cured me. -I am averse to
-having my name in print, but still, for the benefit
of those that may be afflicted, you can publish this
if you think it necessary.
Yours with respect,
Dr. E. Poinsett, Jacksonville, Fla,
GRATELLY iHil,,. Oct. 20, 1851.
Dear Sir--Your Indian Loxecust is a noon medi-
cine. Some time since I purchased a bottle from
A. M. Reed, Esq.. your agent, and gave it t eme of
my negroes that had suffered veiry ie' fr6m a se-
vere attack of Dysentery. It, cured him. Soon
afterwards I had another negro attacked with the
same disease. I purchased another bottle, and it
cured him also;
I do not hesitate a moment in recemmentfad'g
your Indian Loxocust to the public, as being the
most certain remedy for Dwenmter3 thet I have ever
used, or heard of. If yvc.n sce proper, you can ptli-
lish this. .. Yous truly
SliLi:s PRICE.
Dr. E Poinsott, Jacksonville.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Sept. P,. 1651.
Dp. E Prr.scT--Sir hi i is to certil'i. itha I
hsae L., en peraia ontly curtid ofa ever Dilrhrha-a
by the re of ourt mrcot raluible medicine carnd
Indian Lui,-e,&Lt. nfl-r iufferirg for more than 12
m'onith with the( distre.-ing dieene. I takepleas.
ire in recommending.your mostvaluable meiea
to all similarly afflicted. .
I r:mnin -,5,ir, Iruly.
Formerly of Jaeks.c.DlIo, N. C.
,Mr. Poinsett Sir: For-the b-enefltof the
affected you can publish the following-I have
had seven cnses of Diarihbea on my plinitat i-,n
this season; all of which have been cured by
the use of your most valuable medicine ealled
Indian Loxecust. Yours respect fally,
-* Black Creek, Fi. Feb;. 1s, 1852.
Dear Sir-Some time since a member of my
family was very ill, indeed, with 2Diarrhoea. "I
resorted to several things usually given for
the Disease, but none ofthem would *affo.rd nny
relief. Your Indian Loxecustwas recomniend-
.ed.by several persons. I made up-my.mwidlto
try it, acid am very glad I did so, as one Bottle
effected a perfect cure. Youwill vpeese pub.
lish this-as such a valuable Medicine ought to
the public. -Sps-end it fnrend ateiu- in o'der
that the afflictud nmai find relief. Yours, &s.,
To Dr. E. Poinselt.... ,. .....
JacKsONvttLr., .Mny 6th, 185T.
This is to certify it is with much 'pleasure
that I announce to tme Public that I have been
effectually cured of the distressing complaint
called Dysentery, by the highly recommended
remedy of Mr. E.Poinscn. 1 had resorted to
many things; but of no avnil, 1 wns induced to
try his very palatable and pleas'min Medicine,
and to my great tat isf.mclion was coiop)esely
cured within a few days, and have not been
troubled since 'r ich that so much dreaded'dis-
.ease. "