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: August 23, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began 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.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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.. And noon1!,broad fervid earnest.light. ti : t ) ideak. The Consti
Be brooded lathe solemn night :' not for an
-:Till lie: iory well-nigh told : : .1 ,. : ? the Unfed States of .
If' 21 seem... mylitc. when I am old. t. ; : ;'H' ,. .: ,
-- \ : : l bi the resolutions
When Ian old this breezy earth ; ,on the Proclamation
Iffll low tor me its roice of mirth is that
: ', .. OUR'COUNTRY.. precisely
The streams win hare an nnder-tono .t iolaW OaTern-

Of sadness not by right their own, on the Constitu

.And",,', sweet pow'r in rain unfold : V A' JACKSONVILLE I "ti the conclu
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-Its rosy, charms. when I am old. 'f SATI1BDA.Y, AUGUST 23, 18 1. the population a con

inevitably t o1-
When I am old I shall not care iTo Bat I require you to go at once and search for, tare,.Jealousy,Murder and Probable Suicide. I :President proclamation comes_ .
deck with flowers my,faded hair; these imaginary,portraits, in'order that you An extra of the Newark Jackson Catinter such inference. So
Twill be no rain desire of mine,, may have to confess your' error, and, justify ,Tuesday, says: "( J.) Advertiser of i the editors ot the Rhhmond Enqt ,wer which an uae.

.. IB rich and costly dress to shine;, .me in the presence of my.friends." Oar o'the'Petersburg InteIU ocer fn possess. of
Bright jewels and the brightest gold "Will you then'give'me your keys, so that I city,last ,evening >ras the scene of a t? 'h efearlesshonestd1mnterested: according to the
whet may look everywhere murder which has excited the most general in- HUB. dictated thePro,14DUtion' for : refers to
Will:charm me not lam old. s '
His uncle handed him the keys; he left the terest anal hands,and which is another fearful S. sas in which it on this sub-

When I am old my friends will be dwng.room'ud was: absent more than hal Edwin chapter in the history of love and crime.- in( evince the jest the idea of any
an hour. Drum an Irishman,aged about 25 years which they hold the character called in ode
Old and infirm and bowed like any"
me in the
; of John lSidtnt. '
"He may continue looking until to-morrow." Burnett, at his foundary Oracular silence and It says :
Or else their Bodies neath the sod, in the upper part of the has it Wife regard to his
city official
remarked the host,"without finding what he appears documents, mode of
Their spirits dwelling safe with God; seeks." been paying attention for some period back to tit acts, form no pm of General
r States the
The old church bell will then haTe tolled a young girl, named Margaret Garraty polcy! _As Chief on
'Well uncle I haTe not Ipst'my time engaged Magistrate, he does -.-- --
Aboro their rest. when I am old. You have found something as a servant by Chas W. Tucker, at the t tub A doubt which he would hide been attempted .
f cYesin desk." North Ward Hotel.. American people. Ho whO-nonr-Y011D1; State on this do-
When I am old Fd rather bend "Images your royalty* According to reports,the affair had proceeded has korne,his life in his hand, 'ready might have pro
Thus sadly o'er each buried friend. "One hundred and sixty portraits of kings so far as to lead to an arrangement for their it up,p any moment in defence of his Convention to the '

Than see them lose the earnest truth in silver, and thirty-five in gold. marriage. During the.same period, however, now canies his heart as openly tow. if a sufficient num-
That marks the friendship of our youth; "What can you mean?" it seems that Drum had been also engaged to in whose rvice it is, and has ever have called it-
Twin be so sad to hare them cold, "Seeing is believing' And the young man another girl, and on Sunday last was married fectionately devoted.. With him of South Carolina, y
to her, ond came to reside in Plane street station. 'S'not. He does not that 'on ,a review
the table near
Or strange to me, when I am old.UinteIIantours.. emptied on a bag filled with gold and tag* alloy
Bleecker. ironies of of the Gen-
silver pieces. Last evening Margaret 'informed office--the out works which '
*My money77-cried the miser-"You' have some of her fellow servants that she intendedto ry where thrown round the Chief ,' such a ,
taken my money!! kill him and showing a carving knife which -4o separate him from his fellow-cit to them, must
"Just look-I call these gentlemen to she had secured for.that purpose. With a wiseman of anothtpage, he nor any /1Dt&4
witness here are profiles of Napoleon, of! About 11 o'clock, Drum and his wife were ''.Maui and round dealing Vie HOSOR o has oxy au-
.A Kiss in Charitr Sake. Louis XVIII, of Charles X.. of Louis walking in Plane street, near the cornea of nature11 and the charms of existence to & unless it It de
The folllowinp amusing little French Phillippe. Are not these images of royalty, New, and Maigaret approached them and say the consciousness doing his duty- States.71
ii translated from a recent number of story the portraits of kings I am only sorry they are lug, Now font Edwin? plunged the carving highest distinction is only valied as it recognizes the
Coumer da Etuts Unit, which is always pick- not more numerous,as you have freely given knife into him to the depth of nine inches. the public'confidence and a proper of the People of the
them all and I The unfortunate man gave a shudder,walked of his motives. Nothing, therefore only susceptible of
ing ape the best things which appear in the Par me ; scrupulously left all ,the ,
isian journals.At pieces stamped with the effigy,of the Republic.A on for a short distance and suddenly fell dead. him more pain than the otl: -tAirdl of the
true democrat oughttoot to others The body of the murdered man was taken to which the opinions'expressed in h$' to be effectu
a race-course in Normandy, some Englishmen and as you well remarked possess a true any democrat the watch-house when Drs. Doughtery and tion have been subjected and nothing of three-fenrths of
were admiring the picturesque and historic never breaks his word, even when keeping it.costs Grant beihg called in, thewonnd, was examined sure,will give him more pleasure than conceive how any
costume of the women of the country. Several fifteen hundred francs.. and found to be ia the neighborhood of the when properly understood,that they that it con

| of the these gentlemen jockeys, slightly excited Despite of his anger,the uncle could not help heart After committing the deed Margaret, approbation of the enlightened ) States, having a eta .
i by impressions of their dejeuner, were ,: laughing, and amid the rapturous cheering of according to report, proceeded home and informed the friends of the Union and State Rip sway over the
| gathered together in a knot, admiring not on the he like a wise made virtue the servants what'she had done. whose principles :he has uniformly .
guests man
ly the costume, but the captivating faces of the of necessity, and confirmed to"his nephew the The'affair has created the. greatest excitement throughout his public life- which we are re-
women of Normrndy, "whose beauty was heightened possession of royalty's profiles.One ,and a thousand reports are in circulation With these prefatory remark, we ,by our friends
by the piquant.origirialiti of their lofty as to the character, the intercourse betweenthe to,the reply which we are authorized Petersburg In-
lace head-gear. These sportsmen were utter- murderess and her victim. Her 'purposewas to; the inquiries of the Editors of the the close of the
ing their comments on the passers by in a loud Man Lost to Cnba. evidently one of premeditation and Petersburg Intelligencer. of'-'the unity of
tone of voice when their attention was arrested We were informed yesterday of a hostile er the result of vindictive passim,or of a"mind (The impression that the President
by the extraordinary beauty of a young meeting which took place on Tuesday morning diseased," we are unable to determine. We evidence of a:"derelictionfrom'his character (as has
woman evidently just married, who at that last, at the New Canal, near the terminus of understand that when she returned home she :those passages which relate to the great' ) commenced, I
moment passed by. She was walking in the Common street which had its origin in circum- : expressed no regretfor the deed or commisser- of the origin and character of our federal, Under the .Royal
midst of a group of country lads and lasses in stances bordering somewhat on the ,romantic.It aiion for tho victim. would be fully sustained if those chuacter-

their silk dresses and long-tailed, ,shortwaisted appears that, about three years ago, a It Is said that she exhibited the knife afterward ranted the interpretation given by Mr. ons began as Uai-
black coats, and in the company might be young man, who resided in Fayette county, in an exultant manner,and said that she in the resolution submitted by him in UntTXD STATES
seen the bhck cassock of the.,'cure and vicar of Ky., and who for convenience wo shall, call should drown herself or go to Njew York. The ate of Virginia. That resolution and the name was .
the parish. Hardy, was deeply smitten by the beauty and general impression on all sides appears to be it Ras"srr FORTH iN THE LATE rendered more per- '
''What beauty"exclaimed one of the sportsmen many accomplishments of a charming miss of that she has committed suicide, and that thus 0* THEPBESn>EHT OF THE UnITED In none of
. /"on my honor, Pd rive two sovereigns fora sixteen. She had grown up as it were under closes the curtain upon this deed of death and niB FEDAEAI. Co gait uno r EESTTT.TS ourselves in any
kiss of her rosy cheek.? his eye,and for many years before her childish crime. PEOPLE ui THE AGGREGATE ariD MOT one nation. Trea
_ "Ilallo i here's a bifsiek, who says he'll give form ripened into womanhood he had deter- StATE" &c.' &C,:and..from_- '-this-- I in the name of alL
two sovereigns to kiss our Louise," said a mined to make her his wife. Data rival came Garden Work for the Month. .resolution goes on, to'infer that -thts defence.

bumpkin in black velvet Test and hob-nailed to disturb his dreams of happiness, and, as is Look out now; ,for seeding weeds'! .One goer Government _would tend inpracticet again to observe .
ehoes. frequently the case, the lady bestowed her. affections tour's work now in destroying weeds will most disastrous cansf uenees, giving .a ,
in this
ttAL! ah P cried several of the girls together ,n the new lover. He was not acceptAble save days of labor next season. Pull up the of the States having a,majority of the facts passage indubi-,
"how generous, two louis are not peru however, to pa and ma, and our young' raiskin, and feed to the calves or pigs-both the control over the other States $c., '$ d it are is
only by
"Well, then Pll give three,"said the English miss was married to Hardy. But she had a are fond of it. 'Do not trust it ,In' the garden, is,the interpretation of the expressions is derived from a
man. will of her own and a most determined one, as even after it is,cut upwjth.the hoe-for it will [residents Proclamation; and, the Isthat"p. (making them .
The young woman, to whom the proTocMiou the sequel proved,'for she had not, been wed- seed, root upwards in the sun: Growing plants of[consequences which has given ,the ") withjthi Mea,
was addressed looked towards the Englishm1n, ded a month when she left the matrimonial of cabbage, cauliflowers, eggplants,snap beans miny of the sincere friends of State ,in the Federal
and smiling, said, cJt it "ould gin you a great domicU,and fled to Cincinnati with her favored ito, should now be mulched,.or shaded .around have considered the doctrine thus i is :- .-
deal of pleasure then Monsier" .lover. asthe doctrine of the old federal put y. i
their roots. Melons for mangoes, may now be character," here
"Oh! an Immense deal!" He did not betray the trust she reposed in planted, and also cucumbers for pickling. erpretation were true,we would not ,is not intended
, "Well in,that case," continued she, after him; and it is said that they have lived together Plant snap beans, English'peas, early and late a idmit the justice of the censure. It is. ? or author-
little hesitation, give five louis and here's ny happily as if their'union was sanctionedby cabbage. We have made finer heads of the yj the doctrine advanced by Mr. On the .con

.-cheek.. laws-human and divine. The lovcr-hns- early! cabbage,'planted in August, than in ,the I Ispnng. he debate. onFoote's resolutions but only refers to that
Thus challenged, his liberality would not band, however, lately;took a fancy to visit the Transplant late cabbages and ,cauli ed;;by him in the late discussion of the which the Consti-
have backed out had it cost him twenty guineas Island of Cuba, for reasons best known to him- flowers. Remember, (and we cannot repeat i 'plQS> of the Proclamation in the:Seri: powers belonging ,
The five golden 'pieces were drawn from his self, and with that intention arrived here a the caution too often) to transplant late cabbages rej assert; authoritatively, that the ,and united in
parse and placed in the young woman's hands. few days ago. The same spirit of adventure deep. No matter if the stalk is two feet : made by Mr.Cocke are totally repu tnw r**poso-'of
who,honestly performed her part of the contract which had excited his desire for travel had also long petit in the ground'up to the leaf,"and th$ opinions of the President ana and national
and received a brace of kisses. stimulated some;ardent spirits of Kentucky, also remember that the cabbage is nreal feeder 1 he',meant to inculcate by the passage oDS of the'world.
"What a windfall cried she gaily. "Here of some half'dozen sDil.i i Pro bniiUo troiniThich'they are : ;
and Hardy was one youug and to'make largo heads; must hate rich scope of the Consti
LIe Cure,are'five gold'pieees for the poor of men who also arrived berG a few days ago.- low get in your turnips;in garden culture sow I th se deductions were repelled id 'thiS political character
oar p' t f' The.injured husband and. the fortunate, lover in'drills let the'ground 'be deeply and finely I under the direction of the President, 'the
As,she finished acclamations arose on all .met,,were introduced,recognised one,another, pulTeriooimid) ; sour about: eighteen inches a- taut he eras; apprised they had conter'UpD" .
aides. ,"Oh if.that is to be the of the and drank But.the hapeof resolution in the Senate of it -
use money juleps together. memory ;drop the seed as thin AS' possible:inthe is strange that
'a guinea moro for the poornsaid the sports- of Hardy's wrongs rankled too deeply for endurance Pdrill, and if you have na roller,'press the earth 'he, difficulty in the minds of the the use' of terms '
nun, and the acclamations 'were louder than in the jirejence of his successful rival, solid on the seed with a plank; stamped on the the Enquirer and Petersburg by references to I
fte1". and like brave and generous man he acknowledged rows. All the varieties may be sown in ,this igencer, arises from the'p SJg& t prove that in
the fact,.and haTing declared that one of manner. Theruta bagas 'will require some Proc1aml\tion. We have, therefore, we .always existed '
The Royal Portraits them had already lived too long proposed more thinning than' 'the white turnip. Give only to recur to them and give the composing
Amon the popular French writers of the that they should determine the matter,of, life he turnip square all the ashes from the leach which they were intended by the : s mere made M the

present day, there is one young, man whose and death between them by a hostile meeting. tub;and whatever hen manure can be gathered, I gite perfect he entertains.satisfaction relation to for joint defence,"
principles in .these revolutionary times' are The proposition 'was accepted and on, last nd:fine'greens and large bottoms will re.antl ciples towhich of political char f
strictly tcactioaary'and monarchteaL Like Monday evening both parties with'two friends 'or'field culture turnips may be .sowed 'in The first passage from we the are less degree, from
loost authors, he is poor,but his nearest relative drove out on the Shell Road and selected a casV in new '.. Many::turnip.,crops are the articles we quoted down to the'estab-
is'a rid uncle, who, besides being somewhat small opening or glade on the opposite side, of lost by plowing in the Beds too deep. We find Jriquirer and .Petersburg- Intelligencer Government. The
. of a miser, is a thoroughgoing 'democrat .the canal, for the execution of their resolve. the cultivator plow admirably.adapted to covering '.follows: to show.that the .
andcom 1nist. This 'decided'\disparity pf .Early on Tuesday morning they went to the in turnip seeds. 'This,with heavy 'roler *The people of the United States been' united by '
sentiment between the young man and the old, appointed spot,still accompanied only by two 'to follow,will Insure the vegetation of the Constitution acting through the State as to give them
au tended in no small degree to impoverish friends The weapons were pistols, and when 'seed, whether there is rain or not. The seed 'tares'in making the compact, to meet the character J
,tit finances of the former, who, is too honest to the ground.was measured and each was aboutto sower, for garden use, has a roller attached, 'cuss its provision, and acting in !ep3r means changes the '
conceal. or modify his political opinions assume his position Hardy's opponent 'advanced and in every large garden will more than pay ventions,when they'ratified those which the
, His uncle, although not a' bAd.; sort of 'man to him and] having taken his hand, for itself in one season. Spinach, for fall and but> the terms used in its construction the several States- J
and really fond of his nephew,ib common frith said that he hoped that similar feelings animated winter nse, may now be planted. This is one to be a Government which the people" nationality. Wo Z
ttary,wealthy socialists, knowhow to keep his them both;and although about to enter in- the he:1lthiest'o.(all egetables.and properly States collectively are: represented. of'confedera-
.gold and has not the most remote idea ,of putting to mortal combat, that' there was ,no ;malice in cooked, is equal to asparagus._ Strangeso This is not theory;;it is simple cf the national
, in practice the theory of general' philanthropy the heart?of either. ,Hardy nodded, his acquiescence little is known of it' in, Southern gardena.I the' phraseology like that of the ? energies of the
' which he eloquently prea ehes" to,this sentiment, and each took I Plant in drills,like turnips, and when the leaf itself, which it copies verbatim, in the_ -and we are
" One evening lately,the old,gentleman entertaiaed *-' his stind'at hs appointed 1 ce. At"'the first has attained sufficient size,cook and dress J like meinbers of the sentence has been that government
. several of us friends at dinner; he fire Hardy received a flesh,wound in the thigh, asparagus Those who would give the doctors yatious'interp'notations. But the a more perfect n>
gave them srlenuid banquet and abundance but did not falL and cooly demanded that the, s shoeing may now plant all kinds radishes ayingthattTte, : People of the United which can
of the best wine for he'was one of those'persons pistols be reloaded., .The seconds remonstratedwith hey will:soon mature sufficiently.to give the armed the Constitution" although he relations ''With
who'are more willing' to bestow ostenta him; but he was determined, :and declared strongest stomachs a little touch of dyspepsia. Tory language the Constitution : the articles of
tiously on the rich'than charitably un the poor. that it was impossible that he and his :opponent pun ripe onions, dry them in the shade,bunch not leave it open to the construction in the first page Of
Hi.nephew:was among the guests and ,whenever could lire travel and act together;that them,and hang them in a cool place, or spread latitudinarian party have put upon its we were pro-
thejeoaversation tended &O"Ardsthe mix they might to called upon to fightjiide by side.in them on a'cool floor; gather all herbs. that.are let, followed .up the general and' the object. of
ed question of politics 'the writer main- the same good cause,.and 'he, Jm a_moment 'of in bloom, dry them in the shade, and put awayin larticul nixing that the Constitution of that instru
*_ edaprndeatnleace.. .*-* tnciterpaaion w.lds.perha,, avenge in amore'dishonorable 'paper bags for safekeeping* 111 ''a compact-that the compact ,was ; ,PEOPLED
At length the dessert was placed on.the.tawe manner the wrongs;which spring of the people of the several AXOXG THY .KIW-
and the host;in all the frankness of con- had impressed themselves,upon his, heart, and The Sandwich Islands ing through their respective State Le .i' .ATID 5QTj.it.
mal lntercourse, announced his' democratic mind,: Both seconds, however were united. iiitheir .com uicaiion'from J.'j.Jarvis.Cnthesnb- and, further,'that the Constitution or' LIW8 ,OJ !JIATUXJt
principles boldly,and uttered, a fierce,tirade ,opinion that the atfalr'had gone far i 'ect( of the.annexation,of the Sandwich Islands merit found is the-w patt,, 'rec'eired its TIIEM.?
j nt' kings-and kingcraa- While ,he'WIS: enough,and, after some wionall :"parties t o,this country, appears In one of the newspa ion from the"peOple' of the several the passage objec'
speakMg;he tsar his nephew smile and.shrug were reconciled by 'proposition that Hardy pen; Mr.J.'has been for'a numb years'a acting through.independent' separate facts of history
kU sioaldcr and his opponent and rival' should decide; .,y resident Honolulu: ,;where he 'publishes a. Jonventton i to ratify its I provisions -LZ1c1.oCthe'lk-
''What yd you mean,,sirP:he fed. 'frown- chance w ich of.tbtrn should return home:and newspaper in English and Hawaian.He .; such precise, definite;and 'positive e is no; specula
1n!sgrfl7 who, proceed ,on,theC intended-enterprise A says the offer i4 now made'to the citizensof of,the Constitution in its origin,:to,a' :proposed --
. I meaUjdear uncle that although;yon 'use half dollar was'whirled.into the air, and again this 'republua'free; 'glftWthe; entire among' the' ;several States as the ', show that nothing .
. of the -do-
+mas>;oary 'trongr language :speaking fortune was against the injured nasband..JTheyaU Sandwich ngotisachtermsasCoagressmay agents of several communities slightest
.agilnt -jetlahrewdlysuspectrYoa; : Are retnrned'tothccitl, Hardy,'who had Lem elv impose- ;The.Islanders;ask in re again making the obligatory sanction of, drawn from them, I
,sot quite so,much'their.enemI'u'Jou pretend his, wound dressed, left'"here on Wednesday. turn simply to receive the rights and protcc- itr iment.as derived from the separate as the. prin .
to t.,.-- -:." *-' r What'the'lady will db'under. these dream Lion accorded to American citizens.-,The area he same independent communities, But we are author'
;"IF cried th'democrat**'' r stances it is difficuIHosayj but she may con cf the group is 6 00 square miles capable of supporting its .'ratification in 'separate saupesitmtly,that J
-ooi dear alder safe at borne better than one whose wojild scent that tbeadea of its being I meant,to counte
'I. uncle and I coal J, if:I,:chose It. ,a man tenfold its-present population(80,000.) '
'fs iS!?*proof 7 oxir ecret feelings,0i nfe' nd fortune'are rc"ast Tipbn 'the uncertain One million dollars worth American'merehandisels of the whole people: in''&aggregate or self ch' hate been
: otheoby all meanr- tide of.warf and may return to her lawful lord, annually consumed. ;its.American is t body, was absolutely precluded. ,' its. doctrines
, 11 tn"uidthe7Ol1ngmaDt 'Oh.womaa;?woman,4honshoubl'et havefew, permanent population not :far, frcnulOOO, as'ke said before in commenting o n.Dr. : 'were intended
Jttgtte-eoapany '*wluxdo you think ofadem* this of thine own'to answer> for;for th6u art the valuable: ttgar and..coffee; plantar ,BeS ll1tiOI1.the simple language of the : &the constitution
can eof irocb bcok 'follies' in that::it poaseesingdo t its origin in in compact-
of man utionIn-proclaiming
r6 "treasures up and .carefolly conceal a (:in'hlch'a1d other improtrm &.large
' tOf roraB1t'Jbrtrai "ot klJ1gs 1"trt'to 'f would take the tears:of all the;tsgelsito;.blot gums, have jbeea?expended somewhere,near words,' 3ie the ieojZK of the;United ( obligation from'

4'i. youmomtojamertihat3doso Ike record o '-N..O.Delta.; 14. &**? ,3[-500.000"in tbclroperations,'and Te'BeWecJ'On ordain and ut lul-A Coiuttttioisftad by the people'which of

, '!; ttadejiknow-yoadojand I. k.011 i L #fVi.., .. ,. H"f<, :1"'I' onthe.groap; 0 "nwro. possessing &atts of. :'dots of itself added has its, ,sane-
''.2?ac&fefrts***;jContUtently Jn aklng m f. I 'Tie next J yatiocal. CfoaveaUen'} Journeymen valuable hameatoads-ThefloatI: i American sso'precisely specified in the' : I of the
. otL POt ..l JruJ11 Yrf Printer*i'll bo hU W'Bmii&orV oa the 12th of xipulation iouchlag at;these) Islands? annually tion'of thVproelainationvIt : people of .
the idea capacity
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: 'llcJ 1sDOt.'ai"f: : 15,000.,seamen, :'voyagers
i L.oW :; 1'ttJ'f. Setember. Arranements atemaking to nave a Teasels"11 L .. : ; IQ died in consolidated ; ri ef the peo
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t. of Gene
1rlu u not break yoor word"e f: /I t t ;b.i'Dur.OfAK'_,oJ FOJl.T-'V.UOw. : amaS. ;' ,An'exohango*all?.ne'mu'halr1 il to"do'beincsd aIIdbJsPesklii1I"vf the&ater'intended ur% : .a-' "for the'amend-
A true democrat :! >* .4. advCrt has to CalifornSa. repels the Idea that .the union _
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J New i'orlt hold their &bOIIUOfl T0UflI. and force all whose prtrineeifwa partWfet uj

ment can only be proposed in the mode pointed From the Savannah,Newt. : of the State, at their Sep Decision Ian! k j ? '

ed mt in Constitution and can nerer become Authentic Intelligence from Cuba : HXZKSUr&i7* be a ?& ,the penetrated Vita'atraUta. ;

;\- I.. obligatory unless ratified,by; the people! Southern of whig KjJiJfiSt the many cordial proofs receive of tit fc

k. .: e-ourtlJl'otthe States, through their respectire -' Defeat and J>Iper lo. .1 'the bCljP&t1OtS.ArriTni solve'the copart ershIDsd refuse to t of those whose'!opinions, tr f

. I I. ,I Legislatures or State Conventions--. of the Refugees New-York... to dowitb theiWhiJ ConrentlO11, Ifit Is to he con- myregard. \" *..
the ,
&:.., that inasmuch as the sovereign power of the We find the following in the. New York'San trolled by th$ enemies of the SouthFrom that the hare "tf '
: people in iclfStale has imparted to the Constitution above specimens is very evident You are quite l1gh&"Jn. the ,I jt.
ot Friday:- i now, a little out of .. '
of the whig party,is,Just '
:: : of the United States, and the laws: I mony editor, that the 'Compromised : It was,in truth;
Baltimore '
.' By an arriY3t'at this port froth N evitUjwe joint. We concur with the
i made in pursuance thereof, paramount obligation have dates from that place to the 2d inst. and L the Albany protocol waoU honesty. We aro satis- PER. Its bitter fruits 1 will, not 'bSfuI1:

:. ;; IIi i over State legislation or any Constitution or the accounts are'very unfavorable to the cause Bed,\00. that m&n1'Ottb leading 'whlgs'ot New: bed until the poisons which theyhii
; form of State Government, which may be instituted revolution The Oovrn JACKSONVILLE FLA. York are oftha same opinion.The Syracuse Con. ,,It'
the '
: ,by the people of such State, and. inasmuch mcnt had concentrated thatquarter.three thousand troops vention, however, may\'Ossibly: salt down the rem remedied, shall have egnn to exhibit.liffk:
the State 'hive bound I nants or the that they will keep Ain .". ..
as people- : : 23 1851. negro question 10 : operation upon the system'of
in the and divided them into Saturday, August ,
I department, up it the silver
.. ; themselves,by compact with the rest to abide At Syracuse there will be no apology ;;
=.":, by this paramount authority, until changed I columns of eight hundred each, for the purpose ---: grays fail to rub In the salt.! Nothing now will society. '

;r according to the provisions of the Constitution, of scouring the whole country around Principe AGENTS, FOR THE NEWS. save tho whig party. but salt-good solar. salt.,. It However< ,
their salt.
and driving the revolters from positions. is wholesome.' Let them rub in the
so declared to be : no constitution Fla.J. South tho course \
paramount, had succeeded in and scatta-: Maj.JOHHBEAKD, Tallahassee, upon becomingnjtip :
They defeating Consolidation Journals to
What Florida
law. ordinance of State is valid to say our ? '
one ? ,
a any led Don G. KKABDON. Fla. in respect to the past action of the r"
and the band by Joaquin Aguel'cyAguero Esq.Ocata
defeat the Constitution and laws, of the states : all this? What say discreet neighbor,and Sir.Josrph .
I I and capturing. Aguero and number Dl this T. P. KEWKKDTJ Esq. Tampa! Fla. Government, there is undoubtedly
or to sever the mutual obligations which bind Surface, of Tallahassee Come, gentle. &
A few of the escaped
the States in the of violation party. party sus- Newnansrille Fla.B. agreement that we have not been
together-that case a cceded reaching the sea shore and embtut.ed Gen. S. BussBtt, men, no dodging-mount the stand and give in I jtitfy

.' 1 t of the Constitution of the U. States', and for the United States. Two,of the jpany : FEISBT, Esq., Garcy's Ferry, Fla. your testimony.' 'What say you? with,-that the. South has'been" wand
the it
of not
granted by on
,: the part usurpation of the functionaries powers of the General I who made the first prouunciamento Princbe GEO. CEWTKR' ,'Esq, St. Augustine, Fla. that there Id good ground for COm -
Government the State Governments have the have arrived at this port. They were of Agro's Judge A. STEELE, Cedar Keys,Fla. to the past, and solicitude, to thefofirt:
and with him when ] The brig Charles Kershaw, Capt. Richmond arrived '
,:f ; right to interpose to arrest the evil, upon the by the party troops., were defeated' S. Gti5SKT, Esq.,,Pilatka, Fla. here yesterday morning from Havana,wlicl Without adverting to any disputable1-'(

; principles which are set.forth in the Virginia port she left on the 8th inst. She reports that, it is unquestionable that the effect
They state they fear that the immmerse Zt.tit
the Alien and Sedi I ;;
Resolutions of 1793,against three days before her departure the U. S. steamer
tion Laws-and finally, that in extreme cases military force sent to the central Department L GEN. JACKSON'S PROCLAMATION. Vixen arrived with some intelligence respecting: cent measures of Congress has been t'

n .3i i of oppression (every mode: of constitutional has succeeded iu exterminating the Patrjot We publish on another page the Counter-Procla, Lopez, which caused great excitement, and that all I to the uses of Northern growth, all 'tit .
t v &.tabudLUp'VtCn 1)ugQ" in -rain.,) the right bands. The government authorities had succeeded mation of Gen. Jackson, in explanation of his celebrated the Spanish vessels of war and steamers were ordered territory acquired from Mexico. ,
resides with the people of the e.ve>al State to by inducing mothers of the revolt- out immediately to cruise along the coast. Tb1
Carolina 1832. This
/ organize resistance ngiinst such oppression I or* tn-en mJ rntreat their sons to lay down; one against South in I By this arrival we have received full files.of the was not accidental, but followed pompom

: t /1 confiding gxd cause, the favor of Heaven I' their arms and accept of the proffered pardon, explanation vas made in the Washington City Paro Induslrial up to the 7th inst. inclusive, but plan. In this the South was .

r 4 and the spirit freemen rhdicatc the right. in weakening the strength.of the Patriots.- GMe, by authority of President Jackson, several they throw but little light on the progress of events wrongedi;|

; Many yielded entreaties of their Bothers, months after the other one was made public, and in the island. We perceive therein addresses from North-wronged of the just share wbfe&\'
and this served the officials Cienfacgos, Trinidad do Cuba,Pneitp p joint conqueror of Mexico ani joint
fo 7fo need
dispirit others. called forth the construction which piflaeh
was by improper .
ljWe lay before our readers General Quit Principe and Villa Clara, stating that the disaffected
4 not conceal our fears that the government have Web : the Union, We were entitled to-and
1 m 1D'8 statement of his had been placed upon that manifesto b.3fr. were surrendering themselves, and that many : .ima
rencouotre with Mr- triumphed, for the present at PriN'P6 Other ster and other Federal Consolidationiata. They prisoners had been taken The very tenor., however of a benefit we bad purchased years
,I Foot. It will be seen that it varies materially parts of the Island, however, epresented to of these addresses tendjj to demonstrate that backfill.
be had construed it into A direct denial by the old hero a price, and to the security of which tie
from the published account of his making: pronunciament'S and organizing : the aspect of affairs is more serious than they would
and the General aatagojist I guerrilla bands, though with what success re of the sovereignty ofthe States, and of the right of: have the people ofthe island imagine, and that an I stood bound in honor before the'yor l.i'ij

I has not thought it necssary to m tins to be seen. a State to resist the Federal Government Bat it; organized revolution is in existence. Bat not lude to the benefit of being secured TA
drum up certificates to fortify his The Cubans withstanding the political troubles, strange to say,
veracity- are piserably deficient in arms seems that he field no such doctrine, for althoughthe in the territories
commercial matters unaffected then.Cll.Ilrlelton property public Son
His and all seem by l of*
account of the transaction is charac tbe equipments of war. which is a serf- expressions used in that instrument ,
.....:8.:6 '-l" ___,_ ___... .. very S'- drnwhn'l'... | U- TT-.. /!..t..._.. ___.._ general Courur.American 1A for all time., aa- nrrrooA air -In- thft--- .3t1i" '__"d"_ :::
""U U"J UI""UI) maDI.f anu ; xaggerato: tbe rumors that reach there almost promise. tJndoubtedly the exclusion f
To the People of Mississippi.HERAMX as much fs the Government authoritative statement by the Glale was intendedas bearers for the Spanish'despot! Worthy laccessors fl
exaggerates south from her due share in.
I, >, July 19th, 1851. its official statements. Wea.nxiouslyawaitthe a contradiction of such constructions, and so far these, to Decatur, and Bainbridge, Jones, Hull, the acqairtJJ.

The joint c n rass between Senator Foote and news by the >'cxt Haranna steamer, as we will as Gen.Jackson is concerned, should! set the matterat Perry, Stewart, l awrencc. and Porter! Perhaps main was, as you justly say "in viohtioa& if

myself terniuited yesterday abruptly in then have more positive news of the extent and rest forever. And yet we constantly hear him i we have been dreaming,but we have an impressionon former Compromise. .; ",

i Sledgsvillc, Panola county. character of the revolt. Lopez's landing may quoted as authority against the right of Secession 1 our memory, that Porter and other American I endeavored in my place in the SetIi;'

I: i. It is due to you that the causes which brought give n turn to the revolution that will make it and there are many Democrat whO are under the naval officers, in days of yore, retired from our trace the history of that Compromise '
about ibl to thc
this event should be made government.The .
I embarked in the public. same impression, and who stil hold the memory of navy during the "pipcing times of peace," and tendered show that the nndetstln.ting'hietudtdl'right

canvass under an agreement Fllmoreluster papers make quite a crow the old hero in reverence, and Are thereby prevented their services to the Revolutionists of Mexico '
I. i in writing, proposed by the friends of over thl, to them, graifying intelligence.- i to occupation by slaveholderspf: ,
from the safe and true doctrine for .
,. Senator Foote and accepted They ihJulJ bear in mind avowing only and South America to battle against that owned be '
by me, that during however,revolutions very ritory or to acquired, Sooth of 3U
I our canvass, nothing of a personal character are rarely ended with one battle-that the South. To all such we would ray, peruse the power that now finds so_ many willing instruments North latitude, and Westward, to the -]
would be introduced document we publish to-day! and note particularlythe .
by either among their demoralized ,
"Freedom's But thus it "' -
battle successors.
but aLa thA InhV"R_.._ .,. ; ---- --- v v. u. "'''UUUC\.I 1.0l.DC bitterly ,is. when the fountain head becomes corrupt, then .
political issues between before *t2Ppnrt or that (rrrnnnA. When t1. -
us the the
opposed to Consolidation doctrines
people avowed
: to the observance of ; [From the New York Herald..] all beneath them become fawning sycophants and I .
which understanding our Ariral from Naevitas by Mr. Webster, and since by the Fillmore Administration to o abolitionism was under discussIna1a &
friends mutually pledge*' themselves. Cuba. obsequious panderers power. I .

I I At our first find second appointments, I declared The brig Mattnic,Captain Thonrdike,arrived than Gen. Jackson. And those who Senate during the session of1837-8, Ur-:'

expressly, that I would neither intro- last night from Nuevitas, Cuba, whence she quote him as authority for the high.handed measures POISSETrs INDIAN LOXECTSf.We : introduced: a series of resolutions as the0)1:

duce personal matters;: nor nssail my opponent's sailed on the 2d instant. of the present Administration! but Ivbel his I call the attention of our readers to the advertisement diment of his 'views. In One of Which \JL

motives, nor even allude to his political i Our attentive correspondent at that place reputation, and conspire to bring his memory into. of Mr. Poinsctt, on another page, and d ares that slavery should not be abolIaWI

&ct>, not connected with the present issues be I has sent us the following letter, which gives contempt For although he used high language accompanying certificates given by citizens of .'
: our
fore the the news to the 1st inst Florida, among other reasonsbecause it railbe
': country, unless compelled to do so, by : against Sonth Carolina, yet he was all the time town and vicinity who are known by oursclf to be .
the course of ray opponent. On I CUE M7EY1TAS in violation of a solemn compromise'Mi
my part, have. CORRESPONDENT.NCEVITAS making the most strenuous efforts :to redress her persons respectability, and who not lend .
agreement eo far cs I and:was adhered permitted, conformed to ihe July 21, 185J. grievances, and to conciliate rather;than provokeher their names to the propagation of any humbug in at a mectorabl and critical period 'in till*
to the
'I -but I regret to say, that course proposed has Enclosed I send you the Fanal of Per- and even went so far as to originate and seton the way Patent Medicines. We have heard Mr. tory of this country. by which, while lira)

I habitually: disregarded the terms my opponent of the debate to Rico, of the 23d and 24th of this month.- foot the friendly interposition Virginia, which Poinsett's remedy highly spoken of in our comma- was prohibited North, it was admitted; SaAi',

nnd fr'nu ntJv I1QAot_ .. ."..".._..... ;.....;......:____.::1 !_. ___ They contain the official renort of four of the I rnm1ted in thA ml1AJl ---- --- -----J vv. &A& && .UU UU\.lIUIlam. patriots themselves ana --------------J -,-- i.&U .I u lome- ----- a.v.family And 11" to-NI......- .H. .t... "", degrees 30 minuteirM.
:'' I siory language. At Grenada, he startled the presenting ot the cap. to the South Carolina Convention, for the own with entire satisfaction. Wo latitude To
I : audience with the declaration ture of Don Joaquim de Aguero y Aguero.The .- purposeof believe it appreciate the force ana nafl

1 been endangered five or six times that his life had editorials are rich, exceedingly so, and advice and expostulation, and finally adjusted to possess all the merits claimed for it by Mr.Poin. of this testimony, we coast bear innuatltkf
, : during this worthy a translation. the controversy approving the Compromise bill sett the inventor '
I canvass, and that he expected to be assassinated cordially recommend it to Florida, like California and ,:ReW .MeXie
1. 1 but that in such event the blood Dy reports to Principe to-day, it is supposed of 1832, reducing tho Tariff and which Mr. Web. the public.
of not been at the date
an acquired of the Missse
I Union man would cry to Heaven for Aguero and the other fifo will be shot.- star and the Consolidationists voted'against His

It is true, be said, that he did not accuse vengeance There was a disposition on the part of the general hostility- to the Abolitionists and Free-Boilers, is COMPLIMENT TO MR. Yntt. Compromise J and.t that Mr. Clay'was one#4 '

"I prominent man of the State rights party any of the government are'much to banish them, but it is said well known and he fully recognized the duty of A meeting of the citizens of Jacksonvillewas most prominent and influential' actors< ..
such intention but this troops exasperated, and demand the South to take of herself exciting referred ;
I murderous by language he left that they be shot as rebels. Every thing is care by advocating called on Wednesday evening last, at the question to. It is fooew...
i i imputation upon his opposers gen. parently quiet but if these ap the annexation of Texas, mainly on the ground Court House to compliment Mr. Yulee who that our rights as pannersbaebeeao
eran,. As the canvass men are.shot I think ,
j'' t proceeded, he became it will make that it was necessary for tho military' defence and and that the ) Bd
more personal. I had, several matters much worse,'as they are was at the time sojourning amongst us. Although plighted faith Of, the .
upon occasions, all of the first families. safety of the Slave States, and we believe -
I solemnly
alluded to the arbitrary and the notice short. been violated to our injury. ,The xorti
II alarming powers :1 saw them this that if he had lived and retained his faculties was quite a respectable -
I asserted by the present administration. pass through place guarded : the bad the in her hands
I in
i I stanced the threat of President Fillmore by about thirty soldiers, and their arms pin. Nashville Convention platform would have been gathering was convened. Eloquent ad power so c

: use the military force of the United States, to I iondcd' most brutally- same as'.they, do : adopted, and the Missouri Compromise Line extended dresses were delivered by McQueen McIntosh, Constitution as to do, this wrong in l. '..

E;, against Texas; and I cited tbe indignity lately with runaway slaves. They looked cheerful to the Pacific Ocean. I Esq., and Col. Pearson, late of Hernando form, but in thus u:5iDg'th power,,
offered to Mississippi in enough,after passing through the fatigue they "She" hath tried tnhindt' '
the sharp-toothed
urging arrest and but who .
1 I did. county, we arc happy to learn, will .
removal>f 'he of the vulture, '
governor State hdrej,
j orloans! fir trial, on a groundless to New will kepp you advised of affairs here in this Q We call the attention of the public to the shortly take up his residence amongst A in the Southern t'som-and' ifr -
charge. thus part. communication signed "One of '" JJod onlj..H.,.
the }
i virtually suspending the executive : BUCKSHOT. fiYO or Six. resolution was adopted by the meeting, that a endlhat '
powers of This is in answer to the the may come of:'it. I t
I the State The prisoners here alluded to malignant and scandalous
government. the
are same committee of five should be '
f In the debate: at Panola, Gen. Foote in an that have been so oft- en enumerated in the Government communication which appeared last I week in the Chair to appointed' by the nk1adninIauide'rriIll_ faith "migBl fa .

Ewer to this point of my argument, defended accounts.: They were taken, believe Florida Republican, from. Marion CQunty, signed correspond with the Hon. D. Yulee: borne :* but there-are. consequences.f;!

the conduct of the President, and although he by surprise having:,ventured back to their "An Old Pioneer." That communication contra and invite him to a public dinner, or, extendto wrong,yet to rise* in L the t .future. the.appro
disavowed the intention of plantationS; They are not all the patriots dicted the him such other mark of their
guilt he imputing to me any the Island. on published proceedings of a Meeting held confidence ion which, unless relieved by a'. thasfU '
intimated that there was cause for in Ocala short time j and esi'eem to them *
a since, for the of ten- as might the J
purpose appro t o1fcji-f .
suspicion in the alleged fact that theUaefttzietit,1t1l1 keep
some arms belonging doing a dinner to the Hon. D. ..,
L.Yulee. priate.
to the Stato of ,Mississippi bad been Rumored Flans of Gen. Lopez. We are in the Southern heart the S'e1J3e'ottDa| '

carried off to be used in the Cuban expedition. ,Anew Orleans correspondent of the Balti! authorized again to"assert, that the 'meeting was The following is the correspondence. betweenhe so universal and deep seated &f'
held .
In my reply I said that the charge or insinuation more Patriot, writing thence on the Cth gives irrespective 'of parties-thai_several respecta t Committee and Mr. Yulee: Territories :
coming from whatever ble Whigs, (who have now owned by the Union art
source it might, following additional! particulars alway been, and still are, '
that I was either instrumental in the plans end concerning JAcKsosvILLz,2bh} august 1851.Hen. cerned: it is toberegardedasaettIed -
or cognizant movements General Lopez and opposed politics to Mr.'Yulee, but who approved I .
of,the, removal abstraction of any of the IhtPcmepro. of his course rtn the nmnnrnmlao mnnanraa,. ....,\ nD9'fL D. L. YULEE: cal fret thai- 'no mora' Sotitn>rtt, cob

au public.17,"Il___. arms from the State, was false and scan.T'iii the. The water steamship left Pamnfrn., the- _fnatoef___v. fI'--6,;,... V1.l_ cipatcd therein, and are still- ready-to-.carry-- out r--the Dear Sir -The undersigned nave been appointed can take"place, and: ,that while::the*: :"

this I supposed further allusion to the GOO men,, and here took on in Monday tow a schooner morning with I resolutions there adopted. As to the numbers by a, meeting of your*fellow-citizens_ of policy remains,, boundary of th#.A' :. : .

snbectwoud end; but, on the next day at with arms and ammunition. This much loaded is present, we are informed that there 'were twenty D nl.county to greet you with a\ heartfelt section 13fixed. We art. literally (is the'tionists ',..'

ified Sledgeville, Senator Foote, in the same unqual. tain. Now what follows is rumor, but is generally cer- five or thirty; quite enough,we should suppose, fora welcome on your return amongst them, and to have' long since. declared their..]- '
manner the
,repeated insinuation. Deter redited all a fact. prelimary meeting of this kind. : "
to be rwajl.J'1n.
: invite ) .
mined to repel ; you to partake with them of
in tt ,
a which pubhiedinner .Iil-
manner could The We
not be should :
Pampero is in search have noticed this *
misunderstood, such indirect assault upon my Spanish Steamer Ptzarro, which she hopes of the to ter, but for the fact ,that.it, appeared disreputable? in let. on Saturday next,:,or any other day It is said ta hate been, one cirLe: iaoa' Ofl
character prln'twhich
in my rejoinder I deliberately pro. meet and capture,and transfer her own men to claims to be a that will better suit your convennce., punishment, in times past,to wall up t&&
nounced the insinuation as false and cowardly her. Then the Pampero is respectable, and if left uncon. In al alirf.. This Was Cilled '" t:1 r
to conveying
to //i
scandalous and ungenthmanly. Upon in. Texan for run into some tradicted, might have created the impression wit! you this token ofthe esteem : ptt (:',,3-

quince by him of what I meant, repeated some the the Island.port another lot of men to carry to some! ,that Mr."Yulee and his friends were endeavoring and confidence of your fellow-citizens, the Committee with the San'Franciscans; because every.,**, ,

, same language. lie then inquired whether I A steamer left here on Thursday last for to bring him into notice again, by such petty cannot,withhold the expression. of ,the ber said tln pace rcquiescat": .when, 'the *.

! that intended to insult him-I said I.would answer Vera; Cruz, but she is said to be destined for tricks. Verily, some of that gentleman's. enemies approbation with which they have marked your" ceremony was ,C"oDctudC\J'nnd :ihe.last.itImmurtd .
question outside
t Standing upon tho the crowd. is Cuba with 300 men. The Steamer Chingarora have no bounds to their malignity. ; consistent and patriotic course in the Senate I the .criminal: : 'never, to rttmutf .

"I my papers before me,groundrwith I then turned a to table the and au taken missing a full from load I tho of men Lake,and and Is said to have As all pel'ODlwho read 'Republican I do not on the vital question :whlchno, ,agitut s the, reason alleged 'why'the, onler preferred1
read tho Newt
; dience, and was proceeding to say, that under Mobile Bay. ammunition in will our contemporary make "the confederacy ; and their admiration of the sig.a> punishment, was ,because' ''eelesia, '"P .:
. debate circumstances between I believed that further. joint 1 The Steamer Alabama. engaged to take. 500) honorable 1"I I nut ability and eloquence with which you disputed sangulnem" (the Church', t1irsteth"BoC, :,

i public morals,and us therefore would be declared injurious out to joint tho i said men to on, have Saturday left Pcnsacola next. Two schooners are WHIG AMALGAMATION Il'fYORK_ inch by inch, the adrance,of tile enemy, blood.;}.' they, preferred.-" therefore' 't1aIfi..' all(:
I' appointments terminated from that day. While men. The Steamer Monmouth with ammunition'and is to take'a _,In our'last we ;alluded to' the 'amalgamation: .o-u the Constitutional' rights of tbt'South. p earance, less tioletrt>Infliction.Sncb ." I ::a ;

I by thus Senator speaking Foote, I was and several times {nterrptcd, party'from'Florida.. In fact there is no doubt the,two factions,of,the, Whig party in?New York, ,The fatal "Compromise" was'forced:upon tho is,the process.we hate'unJergoBjhave .
a.t.length, heard a voice that a large party under the South in been."Xalled a/ '
T near me on right exclaim say 3500: men'are now.eith leadership ofthenotoriouaeward. :We apiteottbe prophetic_ warnings of her ,vp w.n The procesii
you area liar and er on their voyages or ready, to embark; and have not seen the first Southern Consolidation :truest and wisest sons "'their Well be termed in OUr case lib pcr1br
turning towards him, I saw him advancing and the 'moment i it ,is known ; press ; patriotic! counsel: ,

aiming a blow,at me, which slightly grazed my has been' effected, there,that'a will bo good" 10.000 landing that condemned dirscefujttj .1 .They passed( unheeded_ :-their. ,claim equality under done with.the crjrof, ,peace, and "oy'tmeasures4 I

person. Before I could turn ,upon him,.-he ready to leave on the Expedition. men are waiting orders from. head-quarters. But the the Constitution was derided':';the. South, was of the 'ltc9nin.f The ,..."

1 and quickly as I glided back out of the reachof my arm Baltimore. American., a Whig journal- and not re robbed of her share'ott the public domain in tionists: would have cut.our) throats'.out
towards him vio
.sprang a number markable for I ;
of Southern
tlemen rushed in and protected him from gen ".' Abolition Covrtar. of. spirit, has set! an example lation of a former mpromtie.1nd 'Withal. *nt,"cclesJa'non sitit sangninenf. !and. idomproniisers ,
merited manly)independence, orf'this' "
blow chastisement,but not until had dealt him Southern A noble instance, abolition! courlesey to I some of his more.Southern, ,, occasion," which that "peaco jind quiet"_.which. were promised: |or, ,' paci/leators) 'beifljr-.*"
a with merchants co-Iaborators wotld'dowell
my fist
and one ,with occurred ; violence "
foot the While
my recently the us, as arecompeusefoz ,put us"Inpace. our
famous to imitate. The our ,
forceofboth "Athensof wrongs are nowhere
weakened by the effort of { America." A .. 4nencanaayi: -
persons gentleman be is-fresh must throw'don.
to tou d we tJiir
hold from Petersburg, "We have no T l

,.present.. : me or a back. .This_ scene occurred ))os. ot Tln IID..in'went" .t2. ... 'A11 to Boston____,_for_ _,the. pur- ,,'ote.mnnb'P.1'tI1Wa--- respect'..vn_ VI.for inch. 'L__:a_ coalition_ the_ A"nf.. .J...:...._'''_;;'''__6'';'_ _",-__ '. .. t,oln it_.,,_. .Afnni".,. ---.I;' .,,;: '
t..II1IIfmlcnce arge nnd res ctfurAudi, t -- ,, or DUUCU.-* want---e-'w.- .l.UCA uaTU oneatedJ ,1&" ---1' Y "UI? 1J: 0,1 o r nJg es eem. -- P ---v' IUIV WOol.

: gentlemen. ; While examining tTesnerchant's stock and discussing bails soundness which; it wants honesty. :..It forms no ,C. M. COOPER n'ev r tes6rethe Soath.to'ii i duetheJJniom ..' 'fv
While fed mortified in the terms of the upon. the men that made it '
can look :!
having been even an contract he was in. their Southern brethren : CHAS.: BYRNE .l *
unwilling participator in a scene suited by the merchant the honestly in the face. It is I rd
to most
disreputa a subterfuge ,
LIe to a C&nYILU'tor a high and dignified office!, and outrageous 'manner. Of course unprovoked, being a snare on, the on,part the of part others.of some'! of iu I j.,framers,.and ...,. : "GEO..1tIcQ: 'C.ACOSTA N.lIclN"r.OSIJk. Being obliged, gentlemen ,by 4 reiI .
:I feel assured Southern J '
that I will. justified bon in. gentleman, :he knocked the Yanke Seward's ". r :JOSEPH ringfmeJitto', terminate.iny brief tiaify
down. organ, at Albany thus'rebukes ', : FINEQAN.JACXSONYIKLB j -- ;
', ,But ,
telligent public in having used the strongest for the Yankee was not to:,be flowed brother,Whig in Baltimore ; his .- ; ,---.i: :.... flourishing citj'thls erenlag,"I'shan't* _
language to repel an insidious nothing He caused the .: .. .,
, ; character, repeated for the second attack or third upon time my man to be arrested and bound Southern to keep the gentle; ,"In sub language'as this doesawiig paper de.. : '. August 20 _1831.: to accept the invitation:you.extend-. .*, _,

:1: I shall make comments' upon this lnthepeviiltyof$2,000and Leslie peace this nounce State.the union recently formed by the whigs of.: Centlerzen-4bavetoeckuowletlge _the.die :yen tOae your'fellow-citizens'! .
be 'We
: ing content to leave it to the 'judgement affair of private action against him,for.damages brought for a: the BaltlmQr8 are at a :loss to'accomt for the inguished .honor: conferred upon me by the 1n kindness,will be cherished In'my:me -
.intelligent and an. sault and b as ffilLu Xmerican The t to for
high-minded commWty att rT. Such lathe I whlgs.ot tltation to partake of accept yourzelves'my-bes&'w:
price we of th j BtaUjtand pledged in so "p a:public:dinnerwith _
; ttZ
: ;' -- Sooth .. many wayi to ; esteem. '
: pay for the of the> extension oppose : Very vs
"J.QU1TMAN. priTalege davery thoseof truly, ! trading with and to fellow : ?
'j. ,foIot', the Yank en.'- Petertlurg Dtmocfat.To of debate" that it wai not Uphold thofreedom, my. : cUixensjofjpuval county; I;;L..'. .. ,Your respectful i
roppowd that
: an asser who are -
tion of,the represented by .
*COTTO t- sentiment could you $Committee : : : D 'h.y
PACTDRT gin offeno, Bo
AT TUB Botmr.-A new cot: it* MAKRJID AOJIK._ II U may, thij The Messrs.'C.JI. "
: A 1eueiir.z1. to i'Tr'J10 'bMU'of actl to'w h'rau, emphatic" appirofal of-by: coursetxmTeyed Cooper Chas. Byrne, 1
; ton'factory has lOCO
nst,been started WoodfilleJ tucky says that Sallie! Ward tho thesorin1pouj be uiiUoed Mclntosb Gecv a Accnta I
tad Jos.
of wesi
thowh by ;
"Mississippi, It tern beauty who queen II otNowYork.f-' InlO'urittelr'Tel7gratifJlng. It is '* k '"' .. ..... .
: has., .on engine.of eighty horse ; was once Mrs. .Lawr nce, I, : :t': always -- -", -T* r. _. .ffM&WzrniLTheN.wYCkHnU
P weT, Tilh4OOO.spInd1es,8Q)'n wonagAfntoboled, to the alter. 'T* The New. York Herald makes'the(onowing'm ,agreeab\eU\ a' public"I &D&i'bi "
looms/and corl hippy '
.responding machinery.. There: are four ; ((7)) indIvidual' who I. about to take iw.c4 8a1JJ. monti on thiilnterMUng coalition l: ': t\J -l '"**- greeted f rt > by'.Ihejipproballonof hiiconsiitnencV r; r m from: Washington lbatMrtW< I
, ( .- :stories i ,by the hand is Dr. Hunt "Now this ,11 ; : ., but whoa 'JM.tr4-'* not
of the I.remm'6r.the return
building for working P rpos S.i I j ileqryClay. a"Bear reUUyo ,or plaoo. 'Vhat 11 lntoreitJu It :tuea a sor. exciting atI'el1ute thither as SecrcUnF of J-
j V /.- i ; .rylniportaut question.to be clone about 1t.b ComCl& ve haracter:of the I4.. issues, :and;' the weighty' will remain'away UII7&bout tnJW! *,< .
If, the Sewarf'clae reassemble!and,then
of tender,
esponetbtiity which attaches to the '
course of
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r.EdttorY'T; have'taken ft mtb nay held't atf: Dear Sir=Some ttode dace" ft communist JNDIAN:1ExEcUsT. J Dr: Jos. S.' ,Bakers, : .40 to- .,

',afew,,observations jro political matters, tic i from Mj orl clttii1tV l lre3Ter the ( HAJVlXG i determined to resume'the practice t..

'y' ea i i&pubWhWyoa thmkTproperi: r yon :signature'"Ail did Pionetr,1 ',in the Florida"Republican. :, ; ; AND SAP OF -REMEDY, .y; ( ; respectfully. tenders his 3"t.'( .
alone. I: shall be satisfied 'ifl:fcitiier tproBTDS"cuB5 '. professional services to I the public in.the several and after the 10th" day of Jnne- tat
let U It of acnriloai character and : ,
was a Chtcmi .7" .
Inibraai hd:L:may Ije;laity understood I -.'. .. departments of MEDICINE MIDWIFERY departure of the steam patkft '.
inform I should D t'deem it worthy of notice, were it Which kuner bun' anted.t ftktpublit. It and SURGERY: lie flatters himself that a
be no mistake, I nut i pn MAGNOLIA
then ,
that may called not that it may have been from the pen of one -'ltnll1'its cmi merits;and needs M pvffing.ET thorough course of Collegiate and Medical studies ;
the start that I am.what is a.Whig; the
rftiougn it I subscrlbis tar your paper,tan( very generally supposed to be'aglatl.. To the -IT-HAS NOT FAILED TO CUBE IN A under two distinguished of a course Professors Private Lectures Surgery, CArr.P.McNELTt.,

Tie Bat CommunicltidD I only hate totey, that it is SINGLE INSTANCE,] From Savannah to Palatka,will be TUESDATiarriviog
from .subscribing to your political,: *; Valuable connected with different Medical Colleges, together
preparation) SATURDAY
both fides and form elaborate fa hood from beginning to end compoundedfrom I with hip experience and observation connecting WIth that
erthelca, I like to MO my an .several,medicinal rootlbg in past Y ,Steam Ships
opinions. I address your paper, in preference and its author,lucre it to k tutus when he wroteit. the Wilds of Florida. It is PUKEI.Y and WHoLLY of disease different latitudes,while engaged FLORIDA AND _. _

Whig pap r. because in that way I can best Vegetable;and designed SSI-SCULLY for the 'for several years in the active practice A..aJlA1WA.i .
of his' For New York.
profession wilJ'enable him to afford She will continuo ,
essential to lean oft
readers wnlcK I am nioit anz* cure of the above'disease. The Inventor and
the clia on
t A more extended notice than thin,it does not relief the afflicted who may confidetheir I ,Tuesdays throughout the year
Proprietor is fully convinced that it is invaluable .t
Whigs an
ill generallyting
to mike impression deserve. Should name be asked for by a. i to his hands..
my )Iedicin In fact, the teat that he Carrying the United States Maii, J
wasting time to ad-
I do, it would be Calls from either.the town or country will '
as who will pledge; himself to.demand
gentleman has given it in the toe'.in' which he resides For
th candid be Freight or ,
t t'tnemWhether > : met with equal promptitude. gagementl Passage, havinf.
my argument
utisClctiOllj ate at liberty to give it: and the astonisfiixgjticcisr with which it has superior accommodations
you State
whit He Rooms .
owl d.ge 1ent will dispose you to publish i fam be found when not professionally &eu .
met warrants.him in saying that it is POSI the
Tours a apply to Captain on board toFERNANDEZ
truly or
rite is doubtful, but if,Yea are a fair. manb TIVE CURE. He has therefore'come to the engaged at his office on his.Earth in the Western
One FITK Six. suburb of the town & .CO, .
doubt and believe that : o* TBK OK
I hare BO reason to determination to place it within the reach of Agents at J Jacksonville t'd
Jacksonville Au 16 1851 tf or
is oh your side you will not fear to give mering ill, knowing how many suffer with this very M. A.. COHEN, -

; but whether yon do or not, a* I said elegrapft NttDtJ. unpleasant and often dangerous.Disease,particularly Agent at fiavtnnah. '

I shall not complain. in the Southern and Western-States.In HIS SIDE UP Savannah, June 3, 1851. _"

so plainly laid down, Texas Eltct1ori.-Nnrs from Meiicj., purchasing my INDIAN, LOXECUST'be Steamer
be old party lines once r-This will leave Jacksontillo fof" '
Whigs and Democrats,,seem to me to being NEW ORLHANS, Angus 14,185i.-Dates from particular and look for my written signatureon .n .IS[ 91 ; Jny 'atl4uoq Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING at 7 'o>.

eon dim so much so that it is not easy Galveston, (Texas.'to the 8th inst. have been the labeLI Jf 'jUIOIPre> 'H TA"q clock until further notice.
very ; and received plating that the election'returns from refer the public below to a few certificates 'sinojd hems ,* pjog June 7. if
to trace them with the naked eye. Whigs 3or or five counties have come in, which show selected fronj among many received from respectable '3SIGAzvH01larQ Aua&n5 ,

noiralahaTe nearly forgotten their old patty that Bell, is &r ahead for Governor, Anderson, citizens of Jacksonville. pus ''a1l1l.tINlIG.i 'samaooiio iraoopuo Florida.liousc For'Kent

M, and hare taken sides on a new question, '(Democrat) for Lieu' arit Governor,and Howard EGBERT POINSETT. :1J.af c'LIJUN.r '* *N.IOSZ' I115nr. iaJ TRS above wen known HOTEL,sttna

h,until within a few years did not form an_el; (Democrat Congress.. P. S. Planters should not be without this {OSZBdi'H ted in the city of St. Augustine being ia;

at ia political organisations. This slavery Intelligence to the 29th ,July from the cityof valuable Medicine. Every family ought to u.iaski L t llb 'lsaq gl q do .A.s s perfect order, is for rent, for one or more

stion-rather the issues growing out of it-ise Mexico, received in this city,informs us that I keep it on hand. will uosgmogysaq ejaoacq 00 1minb years,with or without the furniture.
the government Las called Convention of tho A.M.REED for JactsOnille June 14, 18.51. tf A. H. COLE. -
of greater magnitude, and of more vital impor- a principal Agent !aud 1tlAltnvnb 291 JO In1 '
before presented itself to Gon"nQrS.or all'the Mexican States to meet at c p1n'; 00001
Lee that ever tJ-erI
than any The Tariff question, and the Capitol on the 1st of August, to consult on Jacksonville, August 16,1831. ,lyJACIJSOXVIIJ.E !Vug tuaissa vunq ailVH 000'09 In Circuit Court: :,

American people. the financial affairs of the country.A .t.Y__ ft___ __ __c- ___ EASTERN CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA I
t Bank question, and all the other measures that conspiracy to recall Santa Anna Las been E. F, August 15th, 1851. I ; qqaUS, .iJplI .iad p9AJeoSU pmr '

tofore divided the country into two great par- discovered at Gnanajnata, and frustrated.The Dear Sir: This will inform you that one In Chancery.

were comparatively of little importance be. Senate has passed resolution; planting bottle of your Medicine, called INDIAM LOXE- Notice. Matilda Ann Wttford; ) '
terminated in the colors on CVST, has permanently cured two of my nerocs vs. > BILL FOR DIVORCE I
whether contfoversy military MONTHS after date the undersigned
t, we Daniel Wflford. )
of a severe attack of Dysentery. I consider SIX
mph of the one party or the other, the country Administrators oa the Estate of sStisfaotion thab
tho "of
The French and the Haytiriu-'Coiine of the it an excellent Medicine for this com r appearing to the Court .
stifl safe-there was no danger to our Union. American Government. plaint, And take great pleasure in recommending Micajoh Peen, late of Oolambla county, deceased the Defendant, Daniel Wilford, resides beyond
issue which now divides the people it to the will present dur accounts and vouchers the limits of the State bf Florida, so that the ord1 .
the great public. Respectfully
t and "Disunion" BOSTON, August 15, 10 P. .-the fr'ench S.D.FERNANDEZ.yours% to the Honorable Judge of Prolate for said nary process cannot be served upon him:
what vt call the "Union" Consul at Hayti was Lately here,and stated that S. county,'to be discharged from the further administration On motion of W.M.Ives Esq Solicitor for Complainant ..
ues' -*nd what yon call the"Consolidation"and lie was on his way home for instructions from To Mr. E.Poinsett.JACJtSO. of said Estate; for which all per- ; .

tate Bights" parties is a vital one and must reIt Government in case Soulouque insisted on .in fl,tE May (>tb, isi. >ersons-heirs, legatees, or persons interestedare It it Ordered, ..That a bearing be had on the
facts charged hi the Complainants Bill at the December
in one of three ways: either in a dissolution of wading St. Domingo. He farther stated that This b 16 certify it is with much pleasurethat hereby requested to take notice Term next of the Circuit Court to be boTdcn -

Union a consolidated G Government or a eomte the English and French Consuls would present I announce to the Public that 1 have been IUIODA CORINTH at Alligator in and for the coda of.Colombia

triumph of the State Rights principle, add a orders for a blockade at Fort au Prince and effectually cared of the distressing complaint WM. H.o ROUSSEAU, Provided That a copy of this order be published ai:"

of State sovereignty. Cape Haytien incase hostilities. called Dysentery, by the highly recommended Administrators. the law directs, for the space of three months.
|tckaowledgement The American Government. has refused to Little River Aug. 16 1S51. 6m THO.DOUGLAS, Judge, Ac '
jot the last-the tri remedy tf Mr. E.Pbinsett. I had ta ,
and party
year enforce, by 'Yio1ent.meuurts' the claims of A true copy:
many things, bat of no avail j I was induced tory :
ph of the States over the central authority- Lmerican citizens. Test-S. :
his very palatable and pleasant Medicine, Notice July 12,1851.
dissolution of the Union 3m. .
ing in that you desire a and to ray great Satisfaction was completely OlX MONTHS after date, I will present to
her than a consolidated government. I, and Kentucky Election cared within a few days, and have not been 3 the Honorable Judge of Probate fbr Columbia Floats

'party, do not desire a consolidation, as we are totmViltfc;August 15.Additional returns troubled since With that so much dreaded disease. county, my accounts and vouchers as rflHE UNDERSIGNED, as the Agent of noD ;

dy charged. Our preference is the same as received increase Dizon'smajority for Governor Administrator on the Estate of Samuel Hinson. JL D. L.YULE, offers for sale ;:

\vn, to a certain point. We too, would desire eare to.nearly 4000. Nearly every county has I am happy to say Other immediate cures hate lit of said county deceased;for which all Five Thousand Fire Hundjed and Fifty j&ru of':,
heard frdtn.A
to Constitutional government, in which therights been come under my own observation within a few persons concerned are hereby requested to LAND,
I add mite to the already take notice shall ask be
by! cheerfully my ,as to discharged from
of all the States might be maintained. in fractions of 40 84 160 be located
i Slave Remanded to his Master.Butri.o amount of testimony with regard to the further administration of said estate.1PSf.H.ROUSSEAU ,or acres; to on
from in this that if we find that great your any of the public lands In the State of Florida,sub*
. differ you
t ib-DAYia.the
we Aug. Fugitive, was Valuable Medicine. I am,respectfully,&c., Adm'r J jest to entry at the Land Office. -
>cannot preserve the Constitutional rights and this evening remanded bj tTommlssionerSmith M.HEARN, j ;. Little River, Aug. 16, 1851. 6m JOSEPH.FINEGAN- .

alit,of the States we would not,like yon rush to his master, Mr.Moore, of Louisville. While f To E.,Poinsett, Esq. Jacksonville,June 28,1861. .tf.

By from our sphere, and daSh the Union to on his way from the court house a mob attempted JACKSONVILLE May Si t 1851. Administrator's Sale.

.jis but yield, with the beet grace we could,to to rescue him bud failed in the purpose.- N the Notice is Hereby Monday, eighteenth of
; Septenibetnext
eicitetueht Sir I consider it to be a matter of duty O day -
destiny which we could not controL You look Considerable Pfevaileclintmatters Dear. : ,in obedience to an order of the Honorable application will be made to the Jndre ofA ,
of tho Unon a desperate Are now quiet. to inform you that I have been laboring- Court Probate of Al&chtia County, I will oiler lor the Eastern Circuit'of Florida,by the petition
i the dissolution as der a very violent attack of Diarrhoea, which sale, in front df the Court noose door, in the town of John Thompson, and Harriet his wife,on the
soy for a still more desperate disease which if Pennsylvania Democratic CvnvenUon.HtrxTisGDosr baffled the skill of two Physicians,and rendered of Newnansvflle, in said county,at public outcry., a 28th day of July next; at 10 a.IlL'at his Chlmhen

checked must totally undermine the Constitn- .Aug.,;l4.-tne''Democrats o? me: unable to do any'work. Bat fortunate. TRACT OF LAND, at SL Augustine, for authority .to sell all ta* -

a We acknowledge the virulence of the dise his county,met, in convention yesterday, and 11', when adout to give up all hope of ever ob- containing one thousand six hundred and sixty-six right and ,to title a.certain and interest Lot of.of,,their'ant Land situated children.in said[fl.

but believe the remedy to be worse. You I elected dole tea to the general convention taming relief I heard of your INDIAN LOSE acres, situated in said county of AUchua; belonging county of Duval, deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes. W.
bnl4 commit political suicide to evade the evils of be held March 4th., They were"instructed to CUST, and the use of five Bottles has entirely to the estate of Thomas Clary; late of said Charles Wflley, ih trust AeV .. ; I
health. 1 take much pleasureto ,deceased. The same being sold to the
3..TeIUI.ee. restored..me to county pay GEORGE R.FAERBAKKS.-
4 9 to
r present and still more, our prospective pofcti- vote fOr,Cass, recommend your Medicine to all those who debts of said Estate,and to make distribution among JunO i81851. 4t AU''fOrP..titto ; ,
rather endure the ills were the heirs of said deceased. :
1 condition-we be similarly afflicted. Tours,&&,
. than 4y to others wo know not of" WOk Election.LovisviixE mar BENJAMIN DAVID.To GEORGE RIDDLE, Adm'r. Masonry, BriclOayin,. Plaster*

upon disunion as the greatest political calami- August .14.-1n 44' oounties, E. Pcinsetf,Esq. Aug. 18 1831. 30d Lug, &ct .

.tint could befall our country-compared to slaturo Campbell returns, Whig thus gains far 2,450.is,small.Totes.. They The shown Leg- JACKSONVILLE,June 27, 1851. nISSOL1JTlON.NOTICE THE UNDERSIGNED tai>s this method'it
rming th.e pnbllo JJ he is ready lo
loch; evtnthe abolition of slavery would be as Senate.14 Whigs, 4 Democrats and 3 doubt- Dear Sir I am entirely relieved of my complaint IS HEREBY GIVEN that the firm of Bricklaying Masonry .Plastering$ Stufcco
think evil lies in our tame 34 Democrats ant 10 LOX- If TITUS is this dissolved ,
You 31 'INDIAN
thing. greater at House, WhigS. tlianks to you for J day Work, &; &C. He will.furnish, plans and
ibmtesion to thfe"unjust) domination of the stronger doubtful.. JCUST, it Is the best I naVe tfre used for the by mutual consent. All persons holding drawings when ''desircOy for whom
claims against said firm win themto persons
please present
lion, and our eO&seqaent degradation and ad- h [IJITUL.JNASHVILLK disease[ ,and I feel happy in recommending it to II. L. FRENCH, for settlement. he is engaged to. execute work,Jritho'l1\bits

'tUd[ inferiority. This is the real difference be- Aug., 14The, majority for The the the public. Yours truly, JOHN M. CURETON, charge... He is well. known,t the 'ci.ta' of ,
Which bright? Which is wrong? Whig candidate' for Governor; is 7,000. GEORGE COULTER.To F. T..TITUS... Jacksonville is Io cumpoUTit mecnaiif ,. and ,
ten Whig majority in the Senate is 7,and in ;the E.Poinsett, Es | lam a'uUmon man" now, not.because I was a of
house 3. TheVThigs also; gain t me Dbei' of the he refers to additional i.
as an
) place, .
John's '
and portian'ofthe Whigstvt BATON ISLAND .St. SUBSCRIBER EnV-
before THE the
big a great having purchased -
:Congress deuce of "
-. .: -l.T
.C J J has assumed the
themselves. oa that side-nor,because August 7, Dire Mills payment of--an outstanding '
arrayed' "-ana in Tohe.r utYrs.f Dahl county;: Dear Sir This will inform'yon that three, liabilities against the late firm of C1lretonk Coats and JiAuld'S iOr V&A"\'f._ p las
ofe to bea "good Union man going .
sung f" I I ill,with the All persons,having claims against said tering also furnished. JOHN IVERS.
South is'said afford the sufst I respoctfuny announce myself to my fcUowciUxensof of iny children were dangerously them
Icaies against the firm win please T with McQtTEEA JfclsTOSH he '
,Bix- .reeks.l..ried N.D.-T Planters would h has much
chance to get"the< b'D0'1 things?from 'a gtidUOB Devil county as a candidate for the office of )ventfcry or Diarrhoea, for about Eaq, who is the authorized Agent and Attor- say :
I used experiance in putting Sugar Batteries and-.
almost everything that generally up ,
of the subscriber. ,. ,
[ ,administration.for I ask no favors from any Cid/t ftke Circuit Court of said county pied;, for this disease'but auto no effect: A friend ney HIRAM L. FRENCH..1 solicits work in that IFn'e,confident that he an'sivethe'amPlest

juarter but became conscientiously,believe that .big myselfif elected, to discharge my duties tohe' wf mine recommended me to try your Medicine Jacksonville, Aug. 3,1851. 9-1m satisfaction. Charges moderv; +

be true way to-preserve t>ar ''glori ai Union"'Is best of my iUes.4r called INDIAN LOXECUST I procured it- ate.. J. L'

submit to what is passed, aM hope for the Jo: Aug. 23'lfeSl. L Vvtfa G RNI:, and m. ..ppy.\0 say'that J j Bottles of it cur- State of Florida County of Nassau: Jacksonville, May 31, 1851. ly .

Would to God it were otherwise I Oh, if -.. ed nil Ihrefe of my children-hoping your val dmIBlstrai N uce.'z'
Medicine become generally known, Probate Court.AT 's
Item the uable may
i were the sl-gfeteet' chance 'From". torayllle. vo that all that may be afflicted with this disease CHAMBERS JULT 3IST, 1851* IS HEREBY GIVEN, That sijt t
. iaHnow; acknowledge threatens hind-overr For Enterprise_ 'and_MelldiiTillfe.. may:have. a certain and safe remedy, In the Matter of Estate of Mary EV Sanderson'', from date, I shall apply to tH6
elm cur beloved Eeutn,tee would not be THE Steamer SARAH : Yours truly, deceased; Hon.Judge of Probate Duval county fir'

0It ia the great struggle-car swords weuld not .6PALDINO. :: having beennewly ,JAMES LATIMER. Petition to prove Ntaifvpatife Will.. final discharge from the Admih'itration of the .

-.;.tn( .the scabbard while there was a right ton tltted up,' will.resume her RgDlaf. 1, Pilot, St. Johns Bar., 1T7HEREAS, Robert :'Harrison, Esq; of the Estate of Solomon Uu nghnnt late ,of said

',or a field to'm: But the' effort,would. bee tripe for the above.seen on Monday.Ihe 26th insU I 'ToE..l'olnse.t&, L.1. '.. V V above County and State,.has this day filed county of Duval'deceased.. .,.1! *
struggle IncfftctuaL We>re diyWed ,.touching at aH the intermediate landings, and willcontinue I July a Petition to rove and establish before me the \ .. WM. B;hv.'JSt Al m'r: .,,
jACKsoxviLiAc '
fa' wmetuany to lean evert MondAy mornngat : Nuncupative Will of Mrs Mary E. Sanderson, lite May 10, 1651. ranir '
n ourselves-oar ipSrft is'gone 9 o'eloeavAnboetb| wiU.the U. S. Mail I' Dear Sir: I have tried .your very valuable of the before named County and State deceased, '.

"The fatal chain 'roand us* cast. steamers to:and from'-Savannah. For freight'engagements Medicine for Diarrhea and And U byfar the and I have appointed the first Monday 'm October Executor'sNOTICE Note, )
And we are men no more r passage.. apply on board, or to t residence in said for the
i or the best and safest cure for this dangerous disease next, at my county, taking '
Put,like the bee, which extracts hooey from. the FERNANDEZ, B} BEE A CO, Agents.. 1 have ever known or heard of. My evidence for.the purpose establishing said Will, That
Aug.23, 185 L gmWm. that the to commence at 10 o'clock that from date, I ..sbll'appy
"Union findpssolation Jacksonville hearing on day:
'ttere of the had suf-
plants we, about two
Little daughter)aged years / it therrfort Ordered and Decreed, That all Hon.Judge of Probate.of" Dhral county, J
even amid the dark clouds which lower ',D, Smith Tered long and was reduced 16 almost a skeletot. persons interested are hereby cited and admonishedto final discharge from the Administration of&.'
JTtr.toarpT)Gall .horiroi We may have:to sub" .:and I tried part of'a Bottle of"your INDI- be and appear before me, at the said time and Estate of John Yeomans} late of said county of/

,to a.consolidated 'government* which,. fromsent SADDER,:4N J lBNE881lA.jE.l, AN LOXECUST and it.has acted like a charm, plaee, in order that they and any and 'all of them Duval, deceased. ,

mdicationi' seems more"than l probable; JACKSONVILLEFLA. he child is'n.w improving;and may be seen by.by ., may contest the same, if to them shall sem fit. .. .. WM. B. BOSS Err

I tie rights of the 6t***may be gradually swal- ; AU.orders_thankfully) ,received;and promptly at. 'those who* do not believe. A.Repectfully.V. COLVUf. [[us}GiY8 being.under no seal my of.hand office and) then private day seal,and(there year May 10,1831': 6111lUUBJstra&ort.K.tIe.C.

ed.lip by the great Lot eotutnittort which seems : tended to _. .. r..jAug.2& .tf, first above written.. ,

|ujry for the repast; but he 'State 'themulve ,EZeCBtoab .otlcc.. '.. .To.E'Poinsett,E4. JAMEST. OUEIL,, ', ; *:

11 still remain to os-we'.shall sifll have a"glo- r' 'TS ttEBEBl 'GIVKNriTnai'tix Sr.N.CBoust'Fla.Joly.31.1851. .! ,.Judge Court. of Probate Nassau county. Six .MONTHS.; tens" 'DATA .1 1e .hafi

ws, Union" to beast cf just u powerful a* verri NOTICE fromtlate,il snail apply to the Hon. ; r.81rr'ThiSls to certify'that two Bottles Omcx. "COUKT or PKOBATE, j present our accounts and tone ers to.thtf

perhaps a: little more"to-utorneartitifriend* Judge,of Probate of Duval county,for a...- 'of yourMedicine called INDIAN LOXECUT NUltlv County.I J HOD J d.ebr Pro"bate forCQtumbia."cOam1t
1iJ, k'ilienemusr' butc/he:: 'five 'bittefJ chi rge from Administration of the Estate of has permanensiy.cured two of our.Ness" ., of ,.JamwTVOTTeil,'Judge Cduri of.Probate for Florida;for a Jl.D1t.lc., 1 ;'.;. .
-. with Matthew)!. PhWpI.1a&e of aid ooJr of Daval. a severe Diarrhoea. "I take pleasure in ,recommending the County of Nassau, do hereby certify the fore chatgefr'om'thefartlieze DiatiatfoJl of thtf
_. .of ttie ''Compromise,1 we. rack, d .' ALBERT. : of Archibald Jaldeiran.
> ,your valuable Medicine-as being going to be a true copy from the minutes in the Estate Hogamlatetff f
eel and gratitude, the hdney of the Fugitive erupt 23, 186L. "iI tm> Executor.Arciiibald without doubt ono bf the.best and safest remedies above entitled cause; :. .' .- tyi decease tf which ail persons interested '

_ve Bin,.knowing that it war Vttiie'bcsi'we could -- 'I.tJie fit CeIrt:. :" u.. for this disease that I have heard or seen: '-Witness my hand and private teal there beingno are. deal.Vc4. to take notice.- ( .
t,and thankful things are.no worse; and'we,live CQOTY-I1iciWCERY. .n Yours truly.! .(;. seal of office, this 31st day of Jnlr,A.D.185LJAMEa : Z. .HOG.c\N;Adiiii,...
.jut.A .. INTtRB T,O'NEn" ... ,.. :
_ 'hope that it'Win be" some tim before our '. .J.- --A < ;. Judge of Probate, A.I o.lAn r ifL'ROBERTS'ddm'r.3 .

porftani. brethren will make any:r more'aggres- .Fracas 'H,Cole u4-r.amS.; CompUinaht 8ammia,|).' } IbBii' hsettiEsq' : \9t' oOd.A A1 gator,' a i !; _. -- :c ,

l _tjw of tf But t.If everthey' should, atom *ftotiithettsponusiffbr Defendant*, ). ,. srCjapwarm J _.T n ctso3tlr.Le June;Oth. 1851.., i ii'stiatibn "tfoiice. ", ,' .
ethryhttad I *toi tb.Conrt"dpon; ,affidavit that used' Indian Lozeenst f Notice: & .
_. .. Sir: I have your iaysaftsf
_r.t',to pit't"J.i-."tO.abolish a 01'1 'ft thu! .L' ,FnSdi cnard, one of,the.said.Defendanta, IIi Dear inr family and have ftmhdt a very taliiabli LL''PERSONS interested are hereby notifies, IS 'HEBBBti-GlVEN, That thirty
will be made to the Hoa
.whereithiow obtain : resides !foe State of Florida;bat without tho'liml11 Dlarrhoiai: Itaio'great pleasure That six.months from the date hereof; T sliaUpresent date application
exist .
J &' /on they ;;at of the Eactera'Judicial Circuit: On motion remedy,tot J XX 'account of administration of tie Thomas Douglas Judge of tho Circuit CourtjEastertf
: the ublic. my my estate .
majority to' alter the Constitution for that 'ofMeQueen)iInloA;Solicitor for Complainant, in r nDg.it'to of Henry Hartley, deceased to tie Honorable Circuit of Florida-for leato fo sail eer
-then,you may dead upon it,.we::wQli II u ordered That the said Trancis!lard do : ,Respectfully. J;JJ. TQWNSEND. Judgo of Probate of:tai county;'and ink for a laid feat estate in the County of Hassan,derised

at.one man,and.wffl'resist l .U any extremityeepVi nnearand J plead.answer *r demur td AId:BinwiSn +Egbert Poinsett,Esq. final settlement with the same; and discharge. from by Alary Fernandez in her last will and testament
from the date tf.thisOrderlie :
atssotvrioi fir Teat UHIOI, j i ,Did BiD two till monthfl be taken aieonfts d against him. ,_ I JicxsonviLiJt, E. Fla+May 7, 1851. m r- mdminifitration, SUSANNAH thereat HARTLEY; Adm'x. ,tQ George Stew.DeWitt ClintoaSlew-.

_ :.7apabfls>z this letter,Im'more;'btitITM It 11t1 WAnxi, That the.toregoing order b Dear Sir:'TbIsmi1iertifJto7ou that I had August?; 1851;- 6m art Walter SUwarti and E.Tracy Stewartiakners
& l eotthe. casettM; said. cir-- attack 'ofDlarrhteaand : (GEORGE STEWART,
But exeuM me>concealing my teal lame; b m .. '. a negro prlauff'eribsunder a severe r
fortQo mJt : Natural Guardian and TrttteoV
taut tlmei'-k oho bbttle.otpswtIon : _
thaUho'ose of
I fat if U was .n these parts that I 'lU08'OOUGLAS, Judge OLD ,IBOK, BRASS COPPER J. itiD't A .41831. "--4t'. = ,
I called Indian" Lbxecust eecttafyturedher '
I would '
Vwl& lip w4 ia v .otth..tin1Cm WANTED. -
and I would take this 1I1eth d'btn'. : ..cT s' .t '
.. Cirenl ; -- :
hly ; certain.ridy letters.inithe: :.Sentinel t. 1J.1DOd": 1'14 i Jtdlor CJiiai 01 P1orlda.I imc11nglt.a"ei7 talnaablb MeaI ltsp;, >ERSdNSbtt 1 old Iron,lfaror CqpperJT. -Notice "t

.han talon- inSj htT weD,- I hope I ,am?not vain do Com orD111'canty; II a coned ci 4-. ..' gotitat=nl t,! '_"'-r 9 l i iTM! wm AVMI V TP", ., which they:w ;to dispose of .will find TS HEREBY GIVENTThat thiil'4a+afte"JL

I but who ,I hurl-;thew,''yrabed-by those whMm,1IIIpId 1aenb7'kt. ,ofltoe. ready ale for aU they can bring/i the'FdmiBI.T I date application will be hind' to the' Horn.THyinasDooglas 0, ..

whentteydAlariathataqd : .. ,J. Y. .. Clerk.. Jacksonville, riav ,Qd,, teceite"liberal ,'Jodgeof the" Circuit Court,
". sued 'not M'beal--I ,".A. .1861-U'0.., 4.o.,).':. ',{V'-"*1,-'or.!, 3m,' -, -. .. .I -AdMikisibffttdr's'If otice.IXT .,q .prices for:'the same.' .r '- *' ** Eastern Circuit of Florida,for leave to sail as- .: '
-grammar ** '"': fr "' liOJfTHS after date, I win oe' nt my;acetwntMAdministoator (,GEORGE. MOONEY'Pro. rietor: tain real estate In the county of Nas+aodevbea .
mst.my,I. -, VWx m*' 7 i A..a..d{Ae ke. '. :; of the Estate of Pavid May IT1. .' z'-f* r' by Mary'FCrnandet, 'in her,lost:will sod tosta. / I

?' _' ''JIM tt _*. + 1' apjJY Ia gBcix 'deeeafed,to the Hon.Judge of Probates for '; -.." .. meat to'.Jalinot A..U a ''t1'. 'cad J.eopt's- ... 1VlUaJODp" I

io : '. i"- ib-.Jt j I.SIX.AJtRB rt, 4 of the.Pro- settlement from d 7T.LT" if mGit. .'DietJ&- .' .':11' ; ._ :.A vrti N': ,; -
DAral5UJlriD discharge. ; ; .. /
-It to thr'eatened'in pat SetoiW*,toXetton ; sAtE *itia NBWS'OPPICIi BlsakJj 'TORN La u. 1" .I
if II ofAaMon on te UU:of Wfikm Mick;. Natural GnardiMaBiTrusiosw .
tbm ladise introduce the TmrklA t x = JAMES A. b7LC0&Adm4M t;lTMdtr to snit_the conveyanee of Lo;Hpoeft, .
bat the men av91 IIttI'oclue another Totk. Jttl4eee ;'".. %BOKAS1JLJ .4' r:' ,l";:4 18'. _' ".: 1'.I11 ,t- and Rat Estate of even defcriptionr?>;July,19 'Jscltionrillti dD.819r .18511 .,, d'hti .
-. .which Is a multipUdty of wive?> : ;I .. '. ,l !ui'.1 .: daJ .1tj > AD.-" Ji: r t JwM t ., : .' : .' "
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I such asPresses, Wiod Type. Cases,Stands Bible; but his wish Is to excite a solicitude to obtain ny Co. Md." MaineirginIa, Vermont, Massachusetts,'
1 Brass,Press and Wood Rules, Imposing Stones, I and become intimately ,acquainted and Perfectly Any editor publishing tho above,(and this notice 4) Connecticut New Fork Pennsylvania Company,
Sticks familiar with its history, doctrines, and laws 3 times, and sending a copy of,paper, shall receive DelawiureMarylandN'orth Established in 1820,mini empowered bj act stt
Composing and
Wood Carolina
,Brass Galleys,Rigt; o know its truth, to imbibe its spirit, feel its power I pay in WOOD LETTERS,whenever twice the amount ment.for theii.surauce ofLivrs and tbe'eafan
I lets' ;Closet Racks&c., &c. -. and partake of its salvation; in a word, to prize*, : of the Bill is ordered;-or,If preferred, a wood en South' Carolina; Georgia, Ala children,in Loddon New York of Wtihii. '_

Oil type taken in exchange for new at 9ccnts'per In some measure,as it deserves. ,this treasure,which graving will bo furnished,to order or,an engraved i bama, Mississippi Texas. CAPITAL 3,000,000.., "

: "' Ib. TbeTriidi delt with oh the roost is indeed beyond price. Wo predict for it a circu newspaper head, .and design, of the:value of Five July, 27 1850. ly Communicntions addressed '"
liberal terms and patronage solicited the ation far beyond any of the author's former works. Dollars. ;'June 14, 1851. 'to the "" .
D C.
Washington receive
ground of furnishing to the purchaser an article -2'he News, Jan.- 7th. -. ,: prompt
wlth which he will be SACRED SCENES J Notice. f ;j)._ ,, M. TflOMPSfll.
pleased and AND
which will CURAcTns-By Rev J.
Attorney at La&
bring him the worth of his .1 :i'. Headley author of the ."Saered-Mountain," i ;' :1 ATTORZEY&COUNSELLOR4Tz4W; ,; ,and Commissioner if sis
Editors and Printers ''wishing to Ac.-This work will add greatly the reputation SIX MONTHS after date we shall present our I J" ,'"; JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ",., ,2j -S Deeds for,North and South QtrtSf
Newspaper or Job establish a of:tHe',author;] In literary;merit,' it more, than accounts and vouchers as administratrix 'I P. S.Refer,if necessary,to the HesJi fOq(
I nished with estimate Printing Office, will be fur equals hia'"Sacred Mountains."' Mr. Headley ex and ddministrntor of'tho estate of John Stand "TT7ILL attend to any professional business> : menu,and Members Congres4.ae M taJ1WasblD.gt ; "
an in
; detail of the cost by cell1n'bia glowing style and vivid descriptions.' Hisworks' late Alachna t'y'entrusted.to. hun in the' O City,November,1850.' ..
statingsize of paper and kind of work to ly, county.and State of Florida 1:9__. _.u... .. Courts. of thebttsfccru.vircuit '
be ex 'are a >rich treasury::of all the
e Ut &, sublimity deed.'to' the Hon." Judge of: Probate of said .unit me upreme Courts al
; '. thought, moving tenderness of'passion; and vigorous county*for a final settlement and Tallahassee. He has T also' such 'an'advantageons In Circuit Court
Publishcrs'of ; at the same Eastern'9
of ;
.Newspapers. who; will ,insert strength expression,''which are to be found connection with' ,
time '
we shall apply to said an able"tawyerat : > -
this advertisement three months and in all the languages which mortals declare their court for letters of ] ;
the papers'containing it,addresred,. to"Wesbitt't send me minds- Sc*Dauy Globe, Jan.bth.RAMBLES" .. discharge from the administration of said:Es. ,ington City,'as will ensure a'prompt and spee. Florida, :in Columbia,. ,
tate. All dy collection of such, claimS .
Register?New York will be AND SKETCHES Rev.J. 1' Head- persons interested are desired to as may 'be placed: -
paid in materials i -By take notice. in his hands against the United NAKCY J00 ,.
of ley. -We have'not for Dior)STANDLY Admi'L States..
my manufacture, providedtbey p1rchase.x'j a long time sat down to a (- Chancery, l.
", : 4 timesthe.amennt of their bills for advertising. book,with more pleasing anticipations, 'or found 8EBRON-J.STANDLY AdmnV.Newnansvine. Sept.8th,1849. \y Jonia T&c. COOIt.: J" ,BiU ofDivorceIT ('
hOse anticipations realized than E. Fla .
1 .1 'R; H. GREElY more'fully' in the ;:April 5; 1851.' ---- ,
S perusal of ihework before;us-and we know it l. appearing to thesatisraetiofl
Jvb. 123 Fulton-st .K3flthiCk of
New York and ,will be hailed with A G-REAT .NATIONAL :,
; gratification by the WORK '
,I admirers that
; No many : the Defendant John Cook is i
1; 11 Canal-st.Row, New Orleans of,tbeta1ento. author. His and ATTORNEY. 'COUNSELLOR a.
LAW, sident dfthe
j f ', 'h Mdnhalf was perhaps"as.'popular, and found 'WyA:S HI_ KG, TOW! \XTJLLpractice in the several Courts'of the' otresidence is State of.Florida and that f.
I. 'at least to the<
as enthusiastic readers I Camp
many book "y
f '** ,V Auctioneers I that can bo mentioned." We'think the "Rambles any FROM]1.' P.tCELEBRATED Easterh'Circuit, and in,the:Counties of It is ordered,'that the said Defendant daiT
iBE requested to .nbtice.the' and Sketches",are destined to be as popular at .cait Hillsborough and Benton- of the, .Southern- Cir and plead, answer,demur to this,B&i.
: following Act least as'', of his largo and magnificent FULL of Florida. ., < in three. '
-TX any previously published,works. i THIS PORi months, or the same will be **
j : their! Assembly., Al.1 who desire to have ;Tboro is not a dull chapterin the work,filled as it WASHINGTON from the burin Tampa'Bay, October 28th 1849.- r.i7. confessed; provided publication be. ; ,'
terms of mw ,
: extendedaccordlag to Section.of ;with "an infinite ,variety. ,The author has an American. artisti is considered by all who order' '
ample the law
the Actmust give have seen, it, to be of as directs* 1
new bonds. 'room and verge enough for the employments of his one tho most. beautiful speci .WnL1ff.To ''
JOHN BEARD; 'fino talents to great advantage-and mOlt 81lcees- mona of art,ever published and a correct likeness (Signed; 'THOS. DOUG
i C l' folly has he accomplished task. The biograph of Washington.. Theme of tho plate is 18 by 28 FACTOR b, PJI.M88Io.1MER H4NT. A true Copy Test/ 7dge

Tallahassee, ,February 21,1851. mptr r. cal sketch of the author is interesting and :"well inches, which will make handsome picture for the .IY.rtli Commercial .S. sCAttnoROUGHFeb. \..,
considered," and adds,much to tho value or the parlor,,and should be in the hands of every,Ameri WbarO'Feb.J4. .IS, )1 IMarch:;'51.J '311:
AN"ACT book, which is got up in a very neat and attractive can citiicn' -17 Charleston S:: C.' 'f,"
amendatory of the Sef..eral.Acii note in .style by the; publisher<-&Portland Transcript, It is a correct copy from Stuart's cele1)r ted'orl. .7 '
t ; force relating to the appointment Dec IttA. ginal Painting, now at tho ,State '
duties of : ;! Hartford Harmonic ''TnRiIhfn oaf1NevvYork
Auctioneers. Mp.1T.,"_ '_. _,..1.L _____._. ,_,_ Conn. if ------, ;l, 's TIM SON & !

.I. 8EcnOlf 1. ;B. it enacted by the Senate and ten'-of* **this--"J country MV VA4V,.'and v. VAAw wo have JJUVOv hero proIIllSlDg one of TfAl his*. ;'plate It Is paper.finely'.That engraved, fand 'printed 'on superior Corner of St. Jnllrn'Street and Market: Square, N \v-' r1eans '&ij
maybe within
House Bepresentativs, of the State of Florida beet books-one on 'Which' lib can safely rest his all, the ubUsher ''has the means of SAVANNAH 'GA. ;

: -, in General Assembly convened. ,That the tai : ,fame. It possesses the'unfatiguing charms of 'p.- DOLLAR. "' reduced tho' price to ONE F ZOaBAUM-'& CO, Importers and'Dealers bile 'Express
. upon:Auction sales shall be two feet simplicity and truth.- There is graceful cdAU in Music' and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS ;
,centum persons remitting '
r! the per frankness pervading the composition,. which en- amount mayre- every description,wholesale and BY EVER ,
upon gross amount of ly retail
sales upon receiving perfect .) si.MjISUI
copy return
except of
,on sales tho interest mail, Complete ,,
; gages of4bo'roadorjn tho! author
otcoUon'not as ; 'Bandafamd; and
to of the
Dealers ,
; part
damaged any United States supplied ,
I upon which there'shall ,well in tho carefully put at New York ''
as subject. His rambles about Rome up > prices. OFFICES
1* *tax of one hMf of on rollers made for the purpose,)free' ., : : _
one cent. 'Paris ofpostago. f"' 'i t
and '
I SEe 2. Be per London exhibited a thousand::lively ,Addrect all orders, (postpaid Pabu3ier. %: .J- H.'McRORY'Jr; : ,' r No. '19 \Vall '
it ) tgth
, j 4 i DirA" u. -..uM.ii further enacted_TW '.. ui traits taste. of an ingenious nature, upon which a man of JOHN'S. TATLOR, ; Jw t 2k ly f. "Agent,'Jacksonville.Bounty .' ;. Sireei, Nc\f TorVj.
wessed levied will acngut ,: "W" for St. hai 1
or rrcdist- LbU l.e.
a Booksell and Publisher Hote'' 'N Or
: BuiJdjDg
Na ,
I any county or sale ua1'to that 'N.y
incorporated of of the _
I town or city in any auth i..wor *' u ,; '
this '
Jtt; greattrthal1'.t"entyfi'e perc rrer.uor"tNF' ; July : r L S ,General,Agency, Mobile Agent,,MJ JPJjr ,

OD the State tax. tumup' The collection is one of which'no author' be .< .1 X ,ICE!' iCEll! WASHiNGTON, D CJOSEPprTiWAOtEBrWill -. 'Every, attentiox"tmd* t?: lit {
Tj L !j Sic. 3. \ ashamed.] It donsista indeed,of some of Mr, ,: : DrafiNotcsU 4-c. '
Be. U ;ifurther .Led :Head- 'HHH Sffl3CRIBEltpoge ? give _: ,1"
i all ley'most brilliant and:high-finished' fteceipt to "
enaX -
t1, 1 i Auctioneerswhohaveheretofcre been appointedaccordlng .-of these specimens of. hia',abilities ble any person to make lee, in any climate prompt efficienTattentlon.. tq the.BoT1lfrr] ,'- *" '
by which
W lawnnd-commlMions he :witty but little LAND CLAIMS of officers and W ldiers : ,, r %rmrxWW ->*&** I IE
' i havenot may be judged with tho greatest safety to his expanse or trouble The is engngedvn ( t :
c 4 4 fame process
the J :
t. : yetexplredand all Auctioneers whdshall as a world-painter'and thinker.-See 'iYew-York ample, and ban be accomplished f by.the most limIted late Florida War!i (or eith'e* of 'the'Indian ,
t" after b Tribune JDec. understanding, Wars in which the' appointed T* Houas
f appointedaha11hold thereoffice during UtA 1849. '. so as to produce from even ( United States hate been en I Il t
/' : : the period of tix 1 nri'from the date of their N. B. The ,aboteJJooks will forwarded to :in warm'Water the hottest climate,'&/pure ice,equal ,l g aged, or the War with, Great 1rJta jf Of'1l2 ,1vY ,,., 1'AgentandAttorneyjtoi
.. der, at the or- every essential te.thatformed by and to and j an4aUbuslnessiu the ofPalae &
-r. .ppo1ntmenttfP.o That all fmAAM"Auctioneers prices mentioned, free of postage,to natural causes. eriptton of busIness reduirin name
,appointed bj the GoTernerderlvg the port theTUnited States, on the recelpTof ordert any heat Thaluuqawjjsb of at'ona',wPJt. lathe Agent Atforney;at Washirigtpna.For' an' To collect' and receive all debts due the i
recess of summer, a jpure and procu Pll ei'F I
tb. wittrrtoney. delicious.Ic; wmreadT- riv'l s
Money d" ;
GeneTh1As3emblyshtl 'lL 1tiihis
-.hold their office '. may boKntby.maa'atmv; lybo'concOded! an4lt 'Q-irinW83: ; ; :I
only until the-end of risk, .. *" adTtotags\m cases'of h Jprotherwise; also folDariUi'pettfs
the '
session of theGenealA8semblynextafterthe )1.rOBNS.: "lj ; sickness,- cannotfb too"greatiy ; win be proportioned. to tbe1na., -
; AYLOR\p prized.-'By'thJs All
> u ar persons having : '
same ture and dernandsC
'date of theiranpdatmeaL. :. .t 1 2 143 NtUlafWtreet process warm water can rendered delightfully difficulty ot, the case,;' / ,'t !&' against
N Yori. cold in Ferris or Darius ''
August v. about 5 m ,:and' ice creamsl'with Hi will also act in connection with Ferric deceased'.

;\jApprored\ by thii Governor Jan/131851.; : 2m. ", : 1 many otherluxurics.can., : made in from,10. to 20 AttorneysinFIoridsvkomab: Agents;or! sent the same to TrO.'HelniesforpayL-
; f "' '. .. -, -. minutes. '. _, *' jt?w -; Bounty land employed In;; all persons Indebted toPalnerfc <
; ,Fern'forcttlementan.cIrnakeuaflent.
T' Notice Is HerebY'Gve; ,' '. .tTho,toDowiDK1 notice Ofthi$crent :discOvery is 'bel agreed an4othec1a1msjcn"termswj: h'' I F--1- a u
L' may "
.L \ : A. O.TICE, rruIAT 1h&l1 cUt1 the takcnfromthNeworSan:1., upon.Tetters (whicK' ahonld :"* S,.
on HonTThomas I bO'pst'paidJiU 7Ll
Douglas j6J ,1. r .m Qife, immediate" .
: [STEAM 8AW-WLLFOR,BALE..offers 5LVIndgofthe CfrcaU Coazt.Eutern nji _?i'7i '4 \4k&, _Dr'1'Jamei lLrl\Vitmll'EtOJi tjCfldlSut -" ''atten. ., SAKAHP. ; -
Florida producesys.u .Jr 4ugI11850: If i l <
forjeave ,
colen Lot arWlqiaJ
: mBE SUBS B E for Lot No.18, in theTown 'AlSgator.Ndj'19 one half ol fr trat hi.tb PJO beat-pure aDd IOUdloe, --..-- T Ad'LifD.F -
,. .L lo11AbJe sale, on m. pf becglngo? th 1aljan of ,um r,:1n 1 11 ::;'U r: t : 1 :4. 'DAVIn.uP'L' '
terznhIsTE4M thfttliorSftmufelS.Elliotts" 'f -- h911t..f And ho..ean
c U W.MILL. I"1 water''' reDder'A bane!or :':1(1I'I.l. fcChdrlwrtbaWBaV Jacksonville,Jam.' n
,-f oLt'aa k51t81f1AT' i O tf
.4.iDMA.CHIN.EllY..at; I I CKA.RT.1r.SLP.tFUaBETTG1 ; W'$6. ;
Ou. J.Fe" Du4Pwe1O ,; veri few 1liut& i 4 iMBlS: ? "J I '" 'T ,. ,_, t
J Thisdiscoycrymug ): ; "
:- ) i'r.
..:.'UBlrjrttf b '
ty : cn.e'ft1ue&o :
: : ,:Engin xts r i fit: .; all liv. d4, : p. :
o .!.. lagB.uth.'L. __ ,m.vw f' CKSONYILLB'JuZ :"1.11, ', i Z.
;DciLer ; 1..C71ender3.! :led'J'l'O"e Qd 1l' !t.1UW L'O'rWl1G STOKE. '' ,,.". rec Jpt. ," '1i nf b :, ,f\otth ; Jsed!I 'ZTfot1 ei "'-i''*
24ted.'lOJg:36' contains' full d
; dtamete"" aU In t itruetlons iOt i : .\. S1X.tJas&ft 'I-aha1l'
-. 1llce
etjQMe 'AlttDthu> *fl&lCe4cream'"c to i .
&Dd'r rA J eDed anew CLOTHINa to&Dd.1'eIpOCtu11.uu,_ ). uA:
U 1rnthedjateaL; w$tdrandbnmerous otheTiia I ,
AND, DRY GOODS matterrwUtbf
ful the
:- aaiso.a1corumIuattacbed on Bar Ettat.fof.
; i'he" EDgInG one door,Bast of,Mr. street & 0 oi'dw"f r T\lfd rJncw A8i. 1' !M 1lJWrA tP."I1e. U:
'aa4 K&a l"Tw1U be 801aaepan.tA:1tdeafi JJPinnegtn', and. respect S ;r. 1'.j Jq 1 ddie8sin 'j Judge of'rgba ;lflUa'borongb.'

} 1'01' appl1.to JX. ,.,P.a1At", 1or ,. 4.. ; surrounding fully Invites thcltL&enL.ofJacksonville; and the trI' DJA&WIGTON: : utN sA1 "1. .nJ,yt' 1 fe Itt '1.11.J'Jlbw'l d.U Y.\.J 1 I'ahitl'"tht nine ti a 11'.to lAid r
fUM&t".l 't ,Dll country come and lee for them. t.rNe"Yo: I : f'RIECUTED'42TilIs J btt .nnU .
.C ft
1e Agenr c.
,1 J Ji.., ., .. : ;jelroi. .'Y'u willpoaitifelf biry your'goodsln this nt.f.will b fa poiDWd c QIaui_t I disohargo"fr>hTlhe'Aaminls
ty I
y ,and tlaoso OPPIC& a1dE
L.IL I I.new store cheaper than ever yotfldid J ftngt Ut ageuciniaat'fotward'f 'J-4 illiY.1 I ". .or.dU pds;tITbtUl4rf
COLE.itj In"Jacksonfonvflle forwh1ch-Uier : I J ,l'j" : ,' t.' 1--
\. ab.tb Fla11b11018 1. .i' .j t'" .before.- ", jj* 'r, -,"{"J ;') *i.Ji MODE.' let tSSSXte eop1cof he ALTCO8T&eortthnt.ofiu take Xttie't..1tnr cst, t.a'J1.cJ :1jr__
1'- )
: June 14, 1851. 8m' ; eonWulng !''' ;"p' hL 'I, "ph.J, I- fashionable I.pt, e1i9A! v'-d. ';:JOIINIAl
.- Juno 28. Jo: Bonnets and Paraso!b* I .f'"" A'i .
May 31. 1rt34-
1 0. D. M'CUEN &
y Tampa Fla., Bcpt. 28th, 1830.-ocUT

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