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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
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Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 30, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
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f BT'I.her ti. 1'.. life', ', -> :'. -:
,- A donl came o'er youthful ,. j. :" ,-" \ if the' Sublime Porte. 'Their liberation was .
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,That BOOH,'must pass away. ,'".r .j' : ever. ,H&edas that condition was it was a lea*
r.hdiMt'tWlZDtI1k6OthGfl cruel alternative than that which
was likely
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She seemM as uiongb4iewentBntbkagaintOber.OVflheTefl dungeon. They embarked from Constantinople .
-.. and arrvodatLZvepl a few weeks since
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had been seat
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An.angel soul to dwell a.hile' ) .XTTT. : JACKSONvILLE, FtA., SATURDAY, AUGUST, 30, 1851. ,NO. 41 and kindness which they win doubles .
meet with'here. Iris understood,,tnat these
'Hid earthlj scenes of care Hungarians are on'their way to the new colony

The more to prize the.happy joys happy'blackbirds. and woodpeckers were singing Marshal Sebastian I A Painful Case. of New Bada. Their namcsare-

Of her own bright realms of air.lYe as gayly and unconscious as if nothing Death has yet farther diminished the living i! An.account of a recent trial at the Old Bai Col.Fockcr and lady,Felix' SpctesickM. .
hadn't ,or a human being wasn't there mandy Ex-Secietary OlWA M.Biskovich U
fall happened souvenirs Napoleon. In consequence of the ley, London, Lord Chief Justice Tindal ,
mark'd her soft mild glances held in 'durance vile.1 Bat with them he was recent demise of Marshal Sebastiani, we are siding.' pre Wolff,M.'Barcha,PftngratZjMohtr t ,Lieut Zabe,
And tamed me then where they about breathe the fresh air of his native hills reminded the rapid disappearance of those : George Hammond Loeng Zethmany. Kermandy and'ion. Xaea.TtnI0It"'aiia .
and knelt me down a portrait painter, was latlj, Kt0ctrxrs.U, T .,i. ,
Bo gently fen and with them raise his powerfeloicein favor great warriors who were the paladins of the placed at the bar;to be tried on an indictment MUhalovich .j
Bell Haratb High Sheriff
.
Upon the spot to pray! of the good time cot' g. modern Charlemagne. It would ,be,idle,'how found against him by the grand jury for wilful Major, Hemerstansfi, Major Biso, Capt Chewar-,

For there was such a holy light ITO[ le'eM imml.] ever to regret the departure at a ripc'old age murder, with malieaforethought, of George tang, Dennis Zaxcorfi, ,'M. Kestolanzi, Nayer-
Within that deep blue eye, of men whose destinies have been fully" accom Baldwin, a rope- cer'11d a mountebankThe hoffer Bongraix Grosringer. Count
Pore as the ray the night queen lends ': CHAPTER VI. pushed 'All that journalist has to do is prisoner was a man of middle height but Dwzeir, Moyeto Ilarizy, FElop, ,Cancha,Polaischaiel
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To the soft rammer's sky. Down with the bars and set tho prisoner free.- record each successive. dissolution. It,,may, Slender form. His eyes were blue and mild.- and lady,'Kelm, Ban Bilkey. -
Quails.HACD '. likewise be permitted to him to revert incidentally His whole bearing gave evidence of subdued ."
marble stone as it were in the publication.this sadness and Many offices are officers of great distinction,
She died! and & a and heavy were lhiblowsotthesturdSheriff' melancholy resignation. He was I associated with Eossuth during the
intimately
They laid her there to sleep, upon the doors of the dungeon of Lord intermitent obituary of the illustrious' those forty one years of age, bad a'soft voice.and his Hungarian struggle. The New York Commercial
Within the solemn church-yard gray, Venombile's'castle."'He stood in all his glory epochs of glory where'the veterans'first distinguished 'appearance and manner bore testimony to his
themselves a.. striplings on the field of being a man of distinguished education in says:-
with?ensign of his office in his dirty h&nds.- spite
In'eflence calm and deep! The crowbar, is ,raised again :It, decends! battle, or as subordinates in the cabinets of di-' 6f the poverty of his drees. -, Among themareLlest.Col.Fockner, (aeecBfe ..- .
let her sleep-her life was like v In both, Marshal Sebas On called his lady who held office under tie
Sweet- Something squeaks!' The massive door gives plomacy., capacities being on to plead, prisoner admitted panied by ,)
A flower that for a day !' ,Hey? What! Yes! the prisoner free tiani rendered,himself remarkable. He was a that he did kill Baldwin,and he deplored -, provisional.government. and Major.Biro.and .
the summer's air, way of even in the the act 'however that his Mr..Almady, whose names have often appeared
Blooms freshly'mid He rushes into Dudab arms., Oh, ,ecstacy! captain no mean acquirements, ,adding, on soul andconscience
Then fades for aye for aye! Bliss! Delightful delirium!' Oh.the rapture in.idstof those extraordinary soldiers whose he did not believe himself guilty.- in the records of Hungarian patriotism. One .

of that moment! It was more than he could military genius was only eclipsed by that of Thereupon,n jury was empannelled to try the officer, whom an informant describes apparently .
bear he caller for his favorite 'beverage their Emperor. He was entrusted with the prisoner. The indictment then read to the not twenty-one yean of age,has been

LThittiIaneou He loved- Dudah, and,he loved butt si milk responsibilities of 'a very memorable and embarrassing jury,and the act of killing admitted, the government in eighteen engagements.Jonrs'MiTcnrLT.Tnz. .
embassy at a time when'the smallest rested their case, and the prisoner was
From tht Banner of the Union. [To be concluded next it eel.] short-coming would have been detected by c.xhledupon for his defence. hISS POLITICAL Ex

The Bloody Dungeon ; the lynx-like vigilance of the Prince of Bene- The prisoner then addressed .himself the ILK.-The following pleasant picture. whick
CIIAFTSB. VII.._ vento. He was a debater of no ordinary intelligence court and jury: would almost' tempt one to wish,; lof.cisjigo'

OB, THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE.A Revenge or death, at a period when the 'late of._France : *!Mylord.7. sid'he, "my justification is to be places with the writer, is from thetofMr. f ,

thrilling andexcitiAg nine hundred andtatntysfte Love or be- was dependent upon the discussions of herLegislature. found in recital of the facts. Three years Michell himself. The letter, from which is
* &Tatlnt-
dollar friz talc written composed by Haha, ha! ho, ho,ho* *.* He was an administrator of re ago, I lost a daughter, then four years of age, extracted, is dated ."Bothwell,Van Dieman's
:popular,much admired and celebrated SIlt. and cognised eminence under circumstances bewildering the sole memorial left of my beloTCd- wife, Lond-St Patrick's Day, 1851 f1 and was recently -
lion. Vox HOOMBCGEM, ESQ. tender-hearted"THAT day saw Dudah the virtuous the wife,of cheerful her suffer-, to the wiliest conductors of the duties of whom it had pleased God to call to himself. published in'the Freeman's Jnmtal.So .

ChAPTEU I. ing lover., ,Lord Venombile was hung, four government Everywhere, moreover, the de- t lost her; But I did not see her die as I had now I have vented my wrath, I feel i rand
ceased revealed the industrY
window of his castle I same pertinacious gecn her mother die. She disappeared-she am in a good humour. lheretore'I must
burn-Miltut. the ,
ne'er from battery
lovier valley was days the thesazue
A dauntlessself-posession
w8 stolen from me. She was a charming tell-you that from many individuals and families
THE moon was shining brightly,and its translucent -1 and Dudah laughed to see him kick in his death madeto untiring patriotism, the same faithfulness in child, and but for berl had nobody in the of that same British nation,settled in this

image was reflected in the turbulent struggles The hardhearted jailor was carrying out the ordinances of the National World to love me. Gentlemen what I have suffered country we have received (Martin and!) the
waters of the placed Susqnehanna with such a live on oats and rainwater fern week.'The Constitution. Marshal Sebastiani was the servant cannot be dt'SCt'ibed-ou cannot comprehend '- kindest and most considerate attention and

truthfulness that one would seem to see another Sheriff was made to refund one of the new of his country as much under the regimeof it. I have expended in advertisingand hospitalities. Indeed the agreeable society of

etherial nnd shining orb in the world of waters three,cent pieces, for attempting to escape in the Empire as he was, subsequently, under fruitless searches everything I possessed of their houses has rescued us from the abomination

beneath; and to*use the Ungnge clan illustrious the woods. Thus 'was their vengeance com .the ,influences ,of the Restoration or under furniture, pictures, even to my clothes. All of felonious company, or (what Would
Grecian Poet- plete. Thus.1e 'they.bo made supremely those stormier ones of the July,Revolution. have been sold. For three years and on foot. heve been our only alternative) the grimmest

To tee a deeper, and darker blacker depth, shut happy. Dudah happy in the arms of her whenon beloved He revealed only increasing capacities accor- I have sought my child, in all the cities and the solitude. I am very grateful to these people;
and
her life
both your eYe>pen tight. ,lived all the days of dinglyas his career manifested. develop villages in the three kingdoms. As soon as by and whatever may be my horror ot the Fngisb. .
All was still and quiet. The gloomy and her last bed sickness, surrounded by ment. As far"back as the memorable 18th painting i ,portraits I succeeded in gaining a Government in Ireland, I assure you I don't
death-like silence was interrupted only by the twenty-seven devoted children, ((3' ,few 'ot the Brnmaire his valour and devotion.were recog little money,'I returned to London to recommence hate Englishmen,and as for Englishwomen I

bowlings of two spanielpups and the tempestuous older ones hating gone to"an!apple-pareing, nised by General Bonaparte, and the appreciation my advertisements in the newspapers.At love Englishwomen.You .
home she' hart the
wind, which in its fury threatened the destruction unfortunately, were her not husband,) drink his"last in which the young officer was regardedby length. on Friday, the 14th of April last : have heard,lam sure, of our way of life -
of all property, and the noise of the happiness seeing the First Consul was very spedily manifested I crossed the Smithfield cattle market. In the here, through the friends CPMeagef,Martin,
hoofs of a foaming horse galloping with pain mug of butermilk and tick the buclet. towards him by that illustrious chieftain centre of the market a troupe of mountebankswere &c. for they keep perpetually Writing letters.So

across the stony streets. AU nature exceptthe [The End.] Afterwards* when the imperial crown had been performing their feats. Among them a need hardly indulge in description. Yet

horse and the wind were in the calmest re assumed by Napolean, Sebastian was selected* child turning on its head,its legs in the air and.I hens one tableau for you. Imagine Martin and .
pose. Apparently in contemplation of the ex- Female Branty.. by him to undertake the carrying out of that supported by a halberd. A ray from the soul I me, after a glorious ride 'of twenty miles
ctins peaceful.scen8 the horseman came The ladies Arabia stain th.ir fingers and difficult task.with,which the victory of Austcr- of its mother must at that moment have penetrated through noble old Woods, lying on the bank of .

slowly on. Who he was thus trespassing upon toes red,their eyebrbws black l ,.,and their lips litz was (o.l1ed"up. with so much promptitudewe -my own, for me to hive recognised my a fine lake, deep in the central mountains. It
the grave.like serenity of the fair reader shall blue. In Persia they paint a black streak round mean the consolidotion of amaciable alliance child in that condition. It was my poor child. is noon day,and so calm the water is hardly -
be informed time by. the eyes, and ornament their.faces with various between the Sublime Porte and the Her mother would perhaps' have precipitated rippling on,the pebbles, and the wooden banks

To If continued.} figures. The Japanese woman gild their .Imperial Government 'alliance happily herself towards her, and locked herself her and promontories, and the endless wilderness

[ teeth,and those of the. Indies paint them red. conpleted through' his exertions Ambassador arms. As for"me, a veil passed over,my eyes.I of brash,,stretched away through the smoky
CHAFTEB IL The pearl of _the teeth_must be dyed black at Constaetin ple. The importance of the threw myself upon the chief of the rope-dan district to blue peaks of the noftfc-west are all -
to be beautiful in Guzerat. The Hottentot diplomatic labours here entrusted to his loyalty cers. know. not how it was;habitually gentle deeping the sun, and bathed and beaming
A lotely vision comes to view./-The m.tn i,, a woman paints the entire body in compartments and civizra may be very readily appreciatedwhen event weakness..seized him by his clothesI luau atmosphere of gold and purple. A boat "
white hat.Tirerecldess. of red and black Greenland' the women it is remembered that it was among the raised him in 'the airS then dashed him to nears us gradually by Ihe helpof call tad con; .

and daring horseman, was a color their faces .with bins ,and yellow, and objects of Napolean by that means to prevent the ground-then again. He was dead. Afterwards a sunburnt man in a sailor's jacket stands
hone Koman- a female-a. lady-the softest, they frequently,tattoo their bodies by saturating the passage of .tiah'TesseJs'. up the channel I repented what I had done. At tho the stern aheets.holding the tiller;by his side

mildest, most''amiable. and most lovely,, that threads In soot in setting them beneath of the Dardanelles.8necft moment I regretted that I was only ,able to on, crimson cushions,alta a lair J andj graceful
ever existed 'in'song or story!. Her eyes ,and the skin, and then drawing them thronzh. .sfnl on the field and -in-. the audience kill, but one." girl. The.sunburnt.fellow is.O'Meager.' and

ears were opened to the balmy breeze,and with Hindoo" females,' when, they* wish ,to 'appear chambers of the Sultan Sebastiani afterwards Lord.Chief Justice TindaL These are not thai lady,so fair.and graceful is, who do yott. -
them she gazed with becoming modesty. The \ particularly,lovely,smeAr.. themselves with a was not less so in the tribuneand in the cabinet Christian sentiments How can you .expect think 1. Why Mrs..O'Meager, you dag. Mar

lady's name was Dudah. She had on snuff.4o1.oreI i mixture of saffron,_ tumeric,".and grease In His merits as 'an orator,and his general reputation (he court and jury to look with favor no your de tin and I sprang into the boat,do our greetings,

blue shoes nd she had' tasted 'neither [ nearly all the islands of the Pacific a Indian .as civilian: caused him,la 1817, to be fence, or God to pardon you,'if you connot forgive put the .boaUa.head about set the sail, for a .
food nor victuals for four and ,three quarter oceans the women' ,us.wen as the men, tattoo a chosen by the"electors of Aisne to fill the place ? breeze has sprung:up,and skim along under

I hours. Dudah was in love ,She had a sword great variety of figures on the lips the tongue,- vacated by the death of General Foy as a member Prisoner.-'-"I know, my lord, what will be tri-colour flag (you know O-'Meagher is greatin

by her side, and her father was'lord" of a castle and the whole body. _In New Holland they cut of the Constitutional Opposition Subsequently your judgement,and that of the jury but God flags,) till we open' quiet bay at the head

r over there. Dudah stopped: a.:taennn,' ,. themselves with.shells, and, by, keepingopen ,',the authority acquired by him within has already pardoned; I feel it in my heart of which bay stands a pretty cottagevlth vejandah > ,.:
L here we leave her to her, meditations. L the'wounds along time,'form deep scars in the the walls of the Parliament:opened up to him .know not-I knew not then-the wuole and a gum-trecJeUJi stretching into the ,,

[To be continued.] y flesh,which they deem highly ornament Arid 1 passage into the councils of the Administra .extent of ths evil that man done me.-When water. Vc rtcpashoreareweicomedintoou ;

another singular addition is, made 'to their tion. On.,the morrtow as (were of,the July soma compassionate! people brought me my, friend's'no ,ly-boiU house ,by,his tewly-wed- ,.
CHAPTER. IIL.., ,jOJ beauty.by. taking off in infancy the little finger Revolution,he was intrusted with the conduct daughter' in my' prison she was no longer my I ded wife. They have elegant rooms, boek

snakes the fire's burning.-&/Ata A nn.WmiK ._ of the left hand at the,second joint. In of tho external politics, of the country, and. in child}she was corrupted,'body and 'soul-her 'horses,'boats;why it is almost like living..
Wake ancient Persia an aquiline nose .was often discharge of his Ministerial duties, it iswell manner;her language infamous, like those of usually feel our.condition L J o.4o W *_u i I
) theexciting scenes we hlye'st g'owingly thought:worthy of the crown; but the 'Sumatran known that his 'sagacious forethought, the people with wdom she had been living. She of syncope' or trance,our,movements SCDDUD'I

t deseribed, were enicting, afar differentstate mother carefully flattens.the nose of, her his unyielding application;and his ever-ready did not recognise me,and I no longer recognis- bulatory.and our apparent doings and sayinga ,
of things existed at the 'bloody'cast1 of daughter. intelligence obtained' for; Marshal' Sabastiani' I ed )myself.r Do you 'comprehend now?- to be'sick men's'dreams;but this'is. .absolutely
'
stletood Ib'shock 2 '
Dudah's pa.Lord'Vcnombile's c Among some of tho savage tribes in Oregon, tho 1riendship-othlS Sovereign. In the midst : That man had robbed me of the love and soul a kind of quasi life. ,

bru 1y. Thenin couldn't bugejt in itih;; the!1s. and also in. ,Sumatra, and ,Arracan u, ..continu how ever,of his.'many ,political successes, the of my child. And -I. have. killed him bat .Until lately.we used to le perpetually going
lightning qouldnl hit"Revelry was is applied to the skull in order flatten soldier-statesman appears to have beeu stricken once" to 'the;lakes that is, Martin, O'Dogherty '

The jag passed round quick .and_often 'andhe pressure it,and thus give it newbeanty.'fle: :modern with a disease prod active of such poignant Fore un.-"Yylordj we have.agreed, on'our O'Meagher and ,I-we had' pleasant enough
Everybody was-ha1.drun except one, Persians have strong ,aversion, to 'redhairjthc and continual torture as, to incapacitate him verdict, time of it'; b'uI fear that is almost over now*

was a poor-devil prisoner the potatoe. Turks, on the contrary, are warm admirers from mixing longer in- the"labours' public Chief..Justice.-"I.understand you gentlemen Sir William Dcnison will probabljr provoked I
bin,'with an ox-yoke twisted a'Jout.hi. legs- "of it* In China. small round eyes"are life. With comparatively very little:intermission but the law!mast take itsxourse. I must. I i enforcing. his regulations,and then 1 sup.

Ever nnd ann he raised his clammy hands to' liked &nd the girls are: continually plucking this 'same 'malady ,seems, moreover,' to, sum up the ;case, andthcn, you wilIretire to posd.we must. be content. with, ourbounja.. "
lisfcvered. burning brow,and ngony painted their; that they may be.thin and long. have afflicted him. more or, less incessantly' np deliberatent . ,. 'Are'you tired oi will you take another:
on his phiz. It was horrible to' see him: eyebrows beauty of a Chinese. lady ,u:in to the moment.bf'his'" dissolution. :Insomuch : ;The-thi justice having summed'up p r thtf case> tatlZta f>""X cavahUe'has been organised to" go,
:when the long red' tresses; But the.great : ,been cruelty ftr.even his the,Ouse river a; fine.clear, faUj '
hair
have
and
tear away his her feet which" in.childhood! ate so compressed that: it.:would .the jury retirednnd in an instant after,return. see '
matted locks became' cntagled ip his1" .eyes* by bandages, -as;effectually."to:prevent -any most intimate friends to lament a demise which ed into the court with1,the verdict' and : He a oretf Diufcfc'/// nd to his sufferings.. .the Erne or Boyne and we are return )
k nose.- aas ,farther increase fcislre!' The fonr smaller toes at length put an ty. largo as '
[ToUCnAFTER:,. !.]'; are tamed under the.foot to the sole of which With his 'departure, 'as:already observed,:: I On the ,discharge of ,Hammond, the,sheriffwas ing by'moonlight; career through ,the bneljp .
firmly adhcieatidtbe poor girljnot only France has lost'another of the few remaining obliged to'snrroucd him with,an ,escort- woods frightening the five< nts.out bf;,the -

'IV.Ti they endures much pain but becomes.a i cripple;,forAnother'mark Lieutenants_ ,-of. Napoleon.. n.Six Marshals,. :1 are 1'L | The'',crowd :of' women and, men was immense. oPPO.sSuDlS that clamber, ,in. a great hurry,,to I Ithe
,
fin out oiLnnL.ioiig ana giorioas The determined ,to him off very topsoLhe: trees sawn go laundering I
not the afflicted. Ute :of beauty consists, now alone surviving, women were: carry .
4 sdavmiunylordtOUCb. nails that caatingsot' bamboo are catalogue inscribed imperishably on the in.triumph. The crowd followed him 'ahitho along,for all the ladies here ,ride like, demons.
Sir Joe Keicton.: ger so long SculL is one Gerard another We dismount at'a Los pi table h There &
An lodgings shouts and
the Torce'othiske them from" injury.: tablets of history way to his deafening '
The prisoner was roused by necessary preserve "Marraont an&ther'Excel- wood,fire a lively tea-table, a piano, and
poor piteously in the:red 'African beauty'most"'hare :small eyes,, thick Reillo.another, hu: good, the'efu..
'Helooked leastJnterest- that"hile"&wal'
,not the
per. nnofliernn&I last bat ; amongst songs
skin 'beautifully
and'.r .
'
eyioftbebard.bcurtedjailor, and asked in the lips'Urge, flat Dose, mans ',the .only ". 1r alwayisuretdbcar the,"Shan...VanVocbt .
Bonaparte :
Jerome lOg we
: all.
: or In New Guinea the nose is perforated, lug: of them .:Slave Qu"tmL
black.
tones of woe, for a mug, "' :_of the ,G b:0jthohike.Thcgod :
impassioned Wearing
ihznilystilh1ilng fTho ,
deep immediate or
.
buttermilk.c and large:piece of. ,wood or bone inserted.Onthc'nortbwest .-, one.orNapo1eon., ; : A:slaveholder from Missouri took one'of',his do this please theexlles'ancl
bratheruZtimnROGnOr1Im.1Gradunlly
'answerto coast of Amcrica'an IncisioninorethxintwoJnchesinleugtbi&made 'his'1oungeat : men slaves to California.inrthe Spring of-1S49, .
rou bederned,' was the unfeeling list diminishes'we! shall have' Martin and I ride home to our little '
r in the: as the and has been engaged in ,digging 'gold there
ror-o '
better '
the request. ., 'rain water.- is lower.lip, and then filled with a wooden 'plug. passed, :beyond the limits.oft hat' "age (greatness !- for two'y .. The l14n's1abor.. \ very valuable cottage.as ncarly.coutent be. salt ia possible for
wholesome. with,.thorns the which'.witnesses"so many miracles of JgTory that the refused to: banished.men to .
much
reverberate.. With Guiana the lip-is pierced ; ;so so, master ",
Is bad-
"
t riwiZIr those kDQW'tbe case
Overtaxed : the heads being inside the month, and 'the: points.'resting and shall retain no:longer amongst as ,take_51500 a year for-his services. By the: PoraftrahT, you. ,
KnashinffTips*nd coated tongue pruonerhmtedforSithe illustrations'oJe. which:,.have hitherto this much woratbaztdrMh.' 4 And all Irish movements -
Tunisian living the Missourian' returned to
the chin. The woman, last steamer '
: on '
:.following imprecxtions .When area' thlngt gnash the
to needs a bee,regarde'IWith so.muchintercet. with of> and with his'slave at present
fire with moderate pretensions beauty city plenty gold j -
SheetsofUqoid
blasthiml | followed their'renownedcompatriots ; teeth ifthat were comfort Yet Idu.icOmpre1eti4ingshIthes.e -
'Lightnings have vu.1 any
shall
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fall on him: Elvers slave underneath ana to support her.when 'she .these men. i and was about returning home. Some:person things harrxesoWa.l'.not :
bum"IWa'up: Stones walks,'and perfect belle carries flesh.,enoughtoloaddownacamel. to the tomb, th&iastamongth having'learned these facts:advised the'alaTe.. '
him !
bones ehoka [ i "Napoleon tbbut tomato tho best ofthis'xilar
Shad .
drown him! lf < t
of the
imperial
""" ; H- human evidences power- California to gnash my .
made free the -
be that he by .aWI.Ori '
After,thus inwardly, .xpnssini'himseIr( : i bt1nefraOedADd.we'.hA11 be. was to take of health which is'b'etter ,
and e >-'I. ";T-V *- + --fcrv I'l will have ;and'that" ,bad a right.to .recover wages, care, my ;
impersonation :of passion of his .e / it had."been for ten before my
stood the; very Jzu.owflxsxcasa 4nDo7raEu4- enabled only to,pcrasetherecords pomp for'the time h'e worked for, his'znasterJn..thatcOuiitr' than years
,
,
intense suffering'his noble and swimming eyes 'l dream that-haa ,vanished, ) bread;to writeto, smoke, yea.tddini4an&InMlwsy3 .
,
of Captain Somerset is,not.singular with respect and puissance, as ,, This information induced the color kidnapping *
torrent
the ,
tamed the ceiling as calm as ; thati told Bememtaring these < to,enjoy my,death-in,
At the
toxndi.t'i.Turning :cither to"his offence or its penalty and a' tale ed man to apply an attorney tohistitttteic.gloceedingsahd
allow but-fierce as;&) withoumO- devil.r It will. be
tears would : 4tfejijIfiinccofthc.Tcry : .
regard :
:hesaid last Brussells Races the young Marquis tPAst, thlnlt is impossible suit has beelft c '
to the red eyed wretch before him rank such-men' aS; Marshal ; some day I,wilt revisat'the. breathing: r
tht"departtJrd'c
hiD a Belgian lion ot the very first* ,chose to .tion I against the Missouriantorecover*the wages over
that Is round
with e&1 mnesswhichsurpnsedboth rillSm .ride,swiftly al ong"sn1nterdictedpstb.. He Sebastiani,or'to record their names in the obitoary 'claimed to be doe. TbeqwAdaoi. slave has alsoasserted .world throughjhe horn-gate- ,',
thunder ,_ .
and theJdlor.'G f 'thm'gr&TeS"'SOIDe Horn and then- 4i
self armed : s
the pronouncing Cape
.soldier. one' .withottt ni freedom.' ( '
by .
i. t ; I (was stopped t ,0 ; ;i > ? time xpi .Mitchell.an J.
lLt *- : the
mean
jettpecttulicummemorationLondon in
with the policcrsnperintendence wprtla-o i
I entrusted *
'force
; f.. : l 'K'AUrightof{ course. A Southern man with ,In: fact she .
< 31' \ i th'e.c children \ bercyeeysoOn.: :
e : who civny 4requested n. : _
( of the locality1, ; Pafe? t".. -.a4 -- *
._ _.. '_ OL --- kIaproperty.had,no_ business in that: .land ofsuperior arrive 'tide,'and ,them, wm farm.
may by any
rtc irliiv. :.:' 'him to withdraw.the 'me by nowieaaea striking tho Ms.rqulssnswered man with 1 1 ..Gne back't 'nl .ta Friend.*, ; ; civilization And: higher( law. Some and feed my jbeep,like an Arcadian" 'swain,, or
summons recenf amalgamaitioncoaltien blood was spilled in acquiring it, but and teach the boys .whatever .
; .f 'or 1 ,the. .aUeinpt.Rnza4of1I1c' .. 'his awLridingn. He was arrested.and |I j .n..ouJd PFfth Southern; iA tralLU1lqur.Uer; :
whip
rn hun. ,pe k'. -or union, 8 ilis styled- of the Southern- patriotism i and Southern magnanimity I know-.make'them good horsemen, andbeing.them
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'sentencedlike our English CpritOie if'away" 'Mexicans IndnformonsEandwll1sandera"and Brit.
dtLShCflff o not NewYorkwhigs.v4hat Mr. Filhnor < i once compromised np in,tho i.andfOZoftbe
lo tie cit*to imprisonment;,' The' affaIrhwev&rrdid Chi-
with DVn41.coxne her for, the;pnrps 4rdng hrntSZlybtlOTOd.frQflt.tbe ; :terminate there.' The soldier was brought,before :more UpOfltbe.OId"ll5LOrUt,'result bythesid..OfSewarIXid is by* no ncse/free-booters1;; and.free ners b e'ri..1.b. constitution.> ., '
Thiar ,.
inthedun.poiofL.rd was sentenced to : GreeJ1. _ t"
potatoe4i military'tribunaVand; -
: a :: TTtheezpedition '
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all thet SouiherVslaveholderhaanona ;
UUC.' 'TZia.Shcriffcetngs arresi for not cutting dowh\the individual ''means surprising to_ua...,All,his affinities, but h. the '' -- i that' left-New Orleans for
YeiIOu11le'J' :seven days ia'aeeciat1onbsveberetofore} betnwith \t. : :;; .:: ''t :-I-f, .. -T ;; uTbe'ITon1. : ;
.i U'i'P "bo.bl dared to force bis post Astor ) i'Cabain the Pampero commanded by Gen.
1 I His but : : :
1.IIWlr sUnis.tertoPB
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tearsand fiVe new-three ecnt.piecesniled. 111'P 1 the Marquifcasaoon asbe.wa* liberated, Tthe"freeollenrandAbolitionistsand ; Edward 'ArilaJinlfgiif.; { in propria persno, Col.'Crittendea 1&efactIngGc
-4vLrJ thatbeihoul& return to his first Iove7No :.a Lopes
; ,
; "
.and they.started&r 'iCutl .Wh' t.iiu Aiperge4 A-_.11. evuxoeeInthntof.11iJb2bo : natural > 'VMW V4tV W/l NbandIdatef6r"Rfpf Col-Bell accompanied the
I doubt the ternts bf the"ttrJcm're acceptableioMtf cientaUve'of FountaincourKly .
officer amongstthem
la tte woods:the fa *- ; olie 1qneit1onvaia : fbjbe cIaozufivcflungathn *
"SiftfL fe i and retain .IBttik1 {or.1l'b. '1I'U'; Fillmor'aa' 'ihepltUbrnipresentedsuch 'iii iheLegljlatare gf JpTtocayat the election, valiant Gen -ciiptaina'Eub: ,
.1't
to escape witiout p ; I i t. .t., ... ., k'b isiprepaard to'*oe upW. .LeV- that ptateoa butwtsdefeatedby the' 'Pragay. -
,. heW 'Ihe4tbi
,- .-1lL keJIipOX as aIltfl.j.Th$Wal algiq1ipxi e- sTone Jn : ; Victor,.Ke"rr.&x-&c. -! < >-
themonj..Bot.lledah ttrQri : Bclttt -earejJsphni J&.buttbi"b th X IJtjWrtiD' trt: :the South :look to U tbaLtI1tHl fht rtedi :Jacob Dyee. (DemLmajrItyOf.. 12O'n j ** ft-u -". *-.t -*.- -: ,
;
Min ejg ._ ,
the .. .T--II"' "J" ... : l 1".lo- Hseudo friend of th Unioc,,ilsjcoavproa-! *<%#, '- r-. :iI :: -. 1 f -- ..t, *.' .* *r r.t''f.,11-: *. -*-
"J'?,.tuRi*" tJ8t\ tett'th1 f l" '1ed'lUa\'il lavWieI1jPop : jail and guarantees, be smuggled;upon..UaID'i1ii I 'iA"g:man who'ltta"teeeaUy takerf. .wlf GHs who rise soon and walk apscestes1'rOZfrom .in bed- .
.. r..bJ h.f. Auroras! face bat when they yawn. -
nacrkdi '
t"'fI ;
n. U1C5ZSItd tt i' dMl-.l. aIM ,1 1t lam B.did not Und iti half to hard to fejl
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t at jb,WI.oa : back again.f
Tf"' 16 llt ii .th ii ) li i 1- .L'O_. it tishe i did to boy the furniture. tin ten,Aurora steals them
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: : Frogs till Chorledtou M.muy, THE, NEWS. the settters' under government titles within the ,"wuTprobably toon,U sold, to redeem the TaDftluusee 'Very, ,' ''',LatefreatThe _. c..- ':
1 : .*" w The success of the claimants and the re- schooner" .O.'JC,Capt. :,
Wniey
: The Mercury has been charged with seekingto title It to take'up obligation* sunned bunding the ,arrf
fStioVbytte Courts of the United States r
.. make,cause of public excitement out of, every 11 tae of.the;clalmanU, if they -prevail Capitol." Why not apply the proceed of the sale port night before last from Key West, '

story or rumor'connected with the movement against the Government title, to deal out no sever.or to the building of ft Flank Road, or. some other following ,late' and Important news fr..
,of troop:, The ground orall.thls is.. In terms or,purebase for nlettled lands than the useful work to enure'to the benefit of Tallahassee? which was'furnished to Capt, WlUey, -
, "i :the firstplace, that the Fillmore Administration Government fixes and where'there are settlers authorizes the on the morning of the 34th, by the age'
has will be We should like to see the law which
: through .111ts leading Organs, again under the United States the claimants NITtM-
8. Hail schooner which
a',; .and again threatened ,that the sovereign act content to receive from .Government what, for holders of Tallahassee Fund Scrip to sell u land left E" .
'" of a State seceding g from the Union, 'would be I failure of its title, the settlers will, fa all justice, be granted by Congress "for the purpose of filing the the 23d. The success of the PatrfoVeaiasbe :

;1 j! :met by the military repression of the Government JACKSONVILLE, FLA. entitled to reclaim, where for the from land the has purchasers been paid seat of government," and put the proceeds into considered certain, backed u U wild it**
and in the second place that preparations for; or, where not paid with strong reinforcements' in men tad -
j forTGteiaiof
; be indebted to the government their !
pockets .
1 t Ii hare been steadily and systematically made 'for Saturday August 80; 15*. what they may" Is the seat of government permanently located at from the United States:

tl i sometime past place South the Carolina United.States and that in this important cause win it is hoped In U Tallahassee? If so, there could be no necessity to Lopes landed on Monday night \];":
of that appeal
;
military pouusio NEWS. be brought on next fall, so any
the Mercury noticed and commented on the I AGENTS FOR THE reach the docket of the Supreme Court of the make a grant of land "for the purpose'ollocating"It Bahia Honda. The.steamer left at oneiain .

" abundant proofs that this has been done ,in a I Maj.JOHN BEARD"Tallahassee, Fla. I may United States,, at its next term. .. over.again.. It is not our intention, at present, engagement wiih several Spanish

spirit of hostility and with a purpose to pro-I J. G. RKABDOW Esq., Ocala, Fla. ; Our contemporary may"ouiet his apprehensions'as to enter into,the controversy to where the seat he was successful, and nearly destroj tie .

, vent South Carolina from exercising rights T. P. KEENED ESq, Tampa,-,Fla. to any alarm the octupant feel "on this score." of government ought to be, permanently located, pany. .

; as a sovereign State. Gen. S. RUSSELL, Newnansville, Fla. But at the same time they ought to feel extremely nor to point out the insuperable objections to its I On the 16th, Crittenden and fifty menprised m*
"Now'we.wish; to recall a few' of the circumstances for their ex.I solemn protest and taken to Havana, where
; has dictated B. Fates Esq., Gar'eY's Ferry, Fla. : grateful to the generous "claimants" present location; but we enter our I they pA,

I, ,the that'concentration indicate the of spirit troops which in the forti- GEO. CEHTEB,Esq, Sty Augustine, Fla. I tr me.li6tralaty. If the _occupants had no more against this nullifying of an'Act Congress by Commissioner shot,and dreadful barbarities committed "

i I I fiat' nay,-"...it -.. \,,-,,." "" thA,1aycart Judge A.. STRKI.S, Cedar Keys,Fla.:: I'to fear from the Seminoles than _they have from Bntterfleld, and those in Tallahassee, persons. ,
. ( t ago, (ioy.f ru1na008 wrote to the War-depart- S.: GUKSXI; Esq. Pilatka Fla. I the Alagoneet, their apprehensions would be very whoever they may be, that made the "representations On the 17th, Gen. ,Earls, (General of .
: j meat that there was a large collection of munitions I "quiet"indeed. ," to sub erre their 'own' ends, and prejudgethe I and second In the Island,) was killed, with i
: of war in Castle Pinckney, and that they .. I Our,readers may not all be aware;that this grant whole question as to'the location of the seat of I. general officers, and 600 men!! ,Lopes*>

!, were altogether without protection. He suggested MAIL FAILURES.-We have had no mail from I often millions of acres of land In Hast Florida, to government. Let them sell the land, if they can II. trenched and lost but six men! He it" y

j'\ if n'. to this that point a sergcnt's with advantage.guard might It be was detached immediately -- Tallahassee now for a week-two failures in succession the Duke of Alagon, 'was fraudulently made by the find purchasers; such sale will not affect the right every where, and marks his progress by ,

i d\1Uei;,but months afterwards, when The failures, wo understand, occurred on Spanish Governor of Florida, pending the negotiations of the State to the eight sections '-for the purposeof I and forbearance He sent the bodies'of ttN''fah

1 i ; the secession of South Carolina had been theme West of Alligator.: for its cession to the United States, and when fixing the seat of government." CttlPptor.. Generals to their camp,with'a flag of'

fli broached, this, request of Gov. SEABBOOK was the fraud was discovered, an article was added to "The Tallahassee Fund!" is the heading the j He is cautiously approaching the Capit [ d

t i made the pretext for filling Castle PIckney; CUBA:MEETING. the treaty;expressly rejecting it. The noble Duke, Sentinel't article, when speaking of a grant of land I Island, receiving reinforcements" every day-<'

I with a full garrison, and giving it the aspect "Where is tho slave so lowly finding that his big grant was nullified, made it by Congress "for the purpose fixing the teat of greatest consternation is evinced by the r
1 Condemned to chains unholy, I All admit that
i of a fortress in the midst of an enemy's conn Havana. Lopez has been'In
I try. Castle Pinckney is the only fort in the Who could he burst, over, as so much waste paper, to an American Government "The Tallahassse Fund A I every; engagement, and that his numbeocreasing.
His bonds at first then residing in Spain. It was "I the'State !" So I QA
harbor that is within cannon shot of Charles- named Hackley, King of France once said, am j
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b ton. Would pine beneath them slowly forgotten for many years, and probably never says King Tallahasse But before Tallahasseeshall

i We never noticed this circumstance till other One of tho most enthusiastic meetings we ever would have been thought of again, but for the be admitted to be the "STATE," the people From the Florida Republican,Extra,if_'

things confirmatory of its purpose were witnessed was held last night at the Court House. hopes inspired by the action of Congress for the will whisper something in her ear that wDl put her gauss WEST,Aug. 24.18.5

brought before us. We had not the least dis It was convened in the name of Cuban liberty, and last few years, in lavishly distributing the public modesty to the blush.bRITISU DEAR SIR! Yesterday the schooner
evidence that trumpet call met a response which will not disinterred bringing our mail from Havana by her '
position to believe, on insufficient lands. A few years ago the "grant" was capt
: that MILLARD FILL.'fOKE' a small Free-soil politiciin soon be forgotten by those who were present at the by a few speculators, and divided into shares, : PHILANTHROPY. brought news of a battle having ,been f

; : from Western New York, and Daniel meeting. It.was intended as an expression of tho which distributed liberally influential in the between Gen. Lopes and the Spanish
were very We find the following item news broughtby
Webster the notorious pensioner of tho East- approbation, of this community, of the cause itself volttieiani at Washington and other places ; other Baltic second in command to the Cnptaia Gee
the
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merchants and would dare that they met somewhere in the interior
manufacturers well of the efforts of the gallant men who are ,
( to fstl length of attempting to repress a as as shares were sold at a very low figure, part of which Elm LAN .-Parliamentary business is wholly unimportant pez sent to his enemy to kcow if k.)
Southern State in the exercise oCher sovereign preparing to aid in that cause. The meeting was was to be advanced, to defray; the expense of an Lord Palmertton stated in the Commons fight according the rules of cifiliied wand

t rights. Jackson had desired and intended to eloquently addressed by,several gentlemen, whose effort to establish the claim.. The only way it on the 4th, that the Turkish government had received for answer UN quartern;

I I do so,butHheso men were compared with him, remarks elicited such thunders of applause as have could be brought before the Courts;was by writ of Kossnth positively and promised his fellow-prisoners the English Minister on the to liberate 15th of the battle commenced The jFUtht stent,
I as worms crawling at the heels of a Colossus, seldom echoed through tho old building. The enthusiasm during the battle, twice or three timesilSpaniards'
of the
ejectment against some occupants, residingon Sepiember.Did
.-.what right had wo to* suppose they would I ran high-it overwhelmed and swallowed once, and conquered them, 1frl''f
and this understand Lord Palmerston state, when his own Government .
i J attempt to raise their reptile heads to his heroic all opposing sentiment Even the Fillmore the imaginary grant, we, them off the flick with the loss of their
up I has been done. In this it will probably be "had positively promised to liberate" 'f .
f height busters caught a spark from the torch that burnt way rals and fire hundred men and all their
:
1 brought before the Supreme Court where of course : O'Brien and hit companions, held in worse than
munitions &c. Lopez sent them the bof
i We gave them too much credit for sense. so brightly in their midst. One gentleman declared
.. : They are evidently convinced that they wield ho full of sympathy for tho oppressed Cubansno it Trill bo set aside, under the article of tho treaty Turkish captivity, by that very Government which their General and those of five other ,_
i the thunder-bolts of Jove, and are 'determined was above referred to. The boundaries of this pre has been exercising its humanity In favor of the with the message that he had not.come fq t
; to make as much storm as possible during the one could be,more so ; if he was a Cuban, he tended grant are not very accurately laid down, Hungarians? It is a shame that the American troy bnt to contend for liberty. UIt1t'U.
: of their brief second would violate the laws of Cuba, he would be a rebel head of two thousand men :was being
The ,
t period authority. but we believe its Northern limit will take in part press should permit such barefaced hypocrisy to reosi
; public, notorious proof of the purpose which -a Filibuster. Bat as he was an American,he I of Marion county. pass by unexposed and nnrcbnkcd. Who could ed every day and approaching'Havana.-
I garrisons were accumulated around us, was in was opposed to the violation of our laws-our laws captain of the Meal d1n saw the body."
believe, if tho facts were not before us, that while
the refusal of the Commandant of Fort Monl- must be obeyed-it only by respecting our laws deceased general lying tnagnificealirState
PLAIN'TRUTII, WELL.SPOKEN Minister" is for the liberation
"the British pleading -
;) trie to allow the citizens of South Carolina to that this Government could be preserved-fa short, in Havana. The authorities .o'
: i celebrate the 28th of June,according to custom, Fillmorebuster! He to The Baltimore American,a staunch Whig paper, of the Hungarian rebels, his own Governmentis let him land anything ect the mail,
he was a was happy see
within the limits of that post. None will haTe I holds the following plain language to his brother persecuting, in the most wanton manner, the empty baskets sent our shop keep
and others concerned in
forgotten the stiring scene to which this refu- that* the names of Lopez I Whigs of Pennsylvania. If wo had:, a few such Irish rebels, who were guilty of the same offence for fruit., Nor bring any thing exixptthe_

sal gave rise. The anniversary of the battle of the Cuban Revolution, were Spanish names, not Whig journals as tho American inthe South, And yet the philanthropy of this basest of ill Gov- AWAY. not even a .newspaper.. Tteybjt.guard .

Sullivan's Island, seemed suddenly to have reawakened American! He sympathized with all creation, things would be much better conducted, among the ernments is trumpeted forth to the world, Without on board the Tse the whole link
the spirit of'70, and the citizens of but it was a barren sympathy-it produced no Northern Whigs, than_ they are at present. ,Bat 'was there and they up thaceili.g isk
Charleston again gathered under the banner fruits-no pistols, no cartridges, no cannonballs! they.have a notion-:and the course of'the Whig exciting the disgust and indignation of a single vessel to see if he had arms, concealed for 1filibvstcTos
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of the 'State, to do honor to the heroic It evoked no strong arms or stout hearts to do bat at the South warrants them in American press! ; so of course all the news'vtcai
; achievements .their ancestors, under the tle in a glorious cause. But let it pass-tho meeting press generally Has the present Administration discharged its get from there Is what be can tell,' he neM
shadow of the fortress which had been closed maintaining it-that their party here will accept duty to humanity, and to oAr own position among tells it to us as he recollects it, and letsb: j
'l' a gainst: them. was a glorious one. Tho resolutions adoptedwill any conditions proposed by the\ North, and backed the nations, by urging the "British Minj ter" to lib- for what it is worth. ;>

+ In'tbe mean time, there intervened come bo found among the proceedings of tho meeting from head-quarters at Washington. This has here- erate O'Brien "and his companions," and efface, if There are some here who ase from III

I smaller.circumstances. _that serve to illustratethe published in to-day's paper. tofore, undoubtedly, been the case; but there may possible, the doublo disgrace brought upon his na- knowledge_ of_Spanish : hand Esra
be limits found to this of tho Southern that this news having ,
spirit that dictated the extraordinary armaments subserviency tion, of wanton cruelty and shameless hypocrisy? frm via
of the forts. A Professor of one of our THE CUBA NEWS. Whigs, which their Free-Soil associates have not put it down at two-thirds worse than thejb
We have heard of Mr. Fillmore
in this
no move by
Literary Institutions, visiting Fort Moultrie The late news, brought by the schooner O. K., dreamt of., They had better not draw the rein permitted to go abroad. ,

: with his son, and wishing to communicate' to confirms to the fall extent our former advices of too tight, for if they do, thero may be some kickingin direction. It is also state that the fnY'TolonfcU:

him some knowledge of artillery practice stood tho success Lopez. Taking it, all in all;we haveno the harness: left Havana, in-Lrtz y
by one of the gone explaining the manner in Cuban Meeting. the coast, by from theIia3anere ttafe
account fa of so and daring "In that the.men who ..
history gallant anI Pennsylvania we see nominated
; which it was handled: when he was rudely ordered I after killing tLrte times their
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enterprizo, as that of the bravo men who formed ; Johnson for Governor refuse to'a reso- A largo and enthusiastic meeting of the citizens .
I by the sentinel to desist. Again we lution recognizing the obligations of the Constitution ber, were brata17.maJmed before. they,nil
I learn, the Professors of the Military Academy the expedition on the Pampero. Posterity will in a matter which Southern men are bound to of Jacksonville convened at the Court ed the na1l rashness.' '_"_:

wished to take their classes to Fort Sumter, as look back with admiration to their glorious achiev- regard as one of supreme consideration; and yet House, on Friday evening the 29th inst, ,to el The Spanish steamer PLtaftt is .

a change of scene appropriate to their course, mcnt'and hold it up as an example to all future these men of Pennsylvania making such a nomination press their sympathy for the struggling-Cubans edashore upon the Colorado reef, with m
and the request was refused. It made under such circumstances, call themselves hopes of her -! *
was When wo take a view of the almost. insuperable extricating .
ages. and their the
of
approbation those
manifest these ways,before the garrisoning Whigs, and seem to expect that the Whigs of this course of On the 21st! inst. the Bark Mary Bliet
i of Fort Sumter, that the militaryposts around difficulties with which this enterprize was surrounded section will allow this"claim and fraternise politically patriotic citizens who are about_to,embark for New Capt. Wade, from Trinidad&J
Government with them. _We to them if York
-our own using every exertion beg assure, they "
Charleston were considered, not as means of Cuba to join the liberating army. York with l900box
have not learned the fact before, that they are suffering sflgifta
frustrate it-the Cuba coast lined with the
defending the city but as points from 'which under a profound mistake. .They may call Cot SAMUEL SPENCER was called to the deck load of molasses, in the Gulf streaaH
hostile demonstrations against the State could hostile fleets of Spain, France and Englandanarmy themselves by what name they may prefer-but Chair and F. LIVINGSTON this coast, encountered a gale which huta
be appropriately made. thirty thousand regular troopsawaiting its they must play their own game;such as it is, with requested act as blowing severely here for seven! sfna;

The previously mentioned occurrences concerned I reception-that under such circumstances,a gallant such inducements and, reasons as they may find Secretary.The a leak overpowered the dirt he&

1, only works that had been long finished little band of four hundred and/fifty men, on one graced for themselves, so be it;;and but.let if they them are not willing attempt to to be bring dis- Chairman briefly explained the objectof tin headed her for this 'Pr pamp

:; and used as military posts. Fort Sumter was steamer, should. run the gauntlet of these hostile others into a participation with their shame. the meeting, and was followed by Messrs. J came water logged and not keep off;t

n fortress of great strength, designed to bean fleets, throw itself; boldly and heroically, into the 'Once for all, let us be understood that we will W. Bryant, J. McR. Baker Col. O'Hara and cut away the mizzon mast, to Ik..ed
,
impregnable barrierng taee the entrance of a hosts of have no traitors for allies; and if those north of this did not do; he then cutaway
.t foreign tncmy1nto our harbor. The site never midst of;the well drilled and numerous us who call themselves Whigs cannot recognise and Capt. Province of the liberating army and t.hc.en3ble.her to keep better MS

would have been given by the State for :any despotic Spain, and drive them like "chaff before I adopt ,the first principles of Whig :conservatism, several of other gentlemen, who delivered eloquent its further from thiesi
't other purposet It is so far unfinished that no' the wind," forms a chapter in human history which : which is comprehended in an honest and true devotion addresses, which were received .with than he had expected, and that she most ail
4 more than one-third of its complement of guns has had no parallel in tho past, and can never be to the Constitution, then the sooner an understanding So he took his crew (in the midst of the ilsN
: & had tho better.for sides. thunders of .
an We of applause.On
}I can be mounted in it and that at into his and
the
considerable eclipsed. the South can hold our own, without the need of boats, Bark yet in sight Mdown <
.i expense, and there is no appropriation aPPlicable The independence of Cuba may now be set down I asking favors. It is not a sectional orgrnizationthat motion, the following gentlemen 'were bow first. He and his crew were 6

:, even to this expenditure. The appropriation as a"fixed fact;" and our, Government can haveno we seek-but. what choice is left us? If wo appointed a Committee to draft Preamble and eight' hours in tho blswhfn they landed
for continuing the 'work at the Fort are put the defensive we will stand to it one of the *
was pretext Interference, except to prevent for upon ; as Resolutions expressive of the sentiments of the Keys : thirty east tf
rejected by the last Congress,and it is still legally one man. No influence of patty names will have and yesterday arrived here'said J"
under the control of the Engineer depart eign Governments having' any thing to say in tho the least effect ,The vote Maryland will be given meeting, to wit: J. W. Bryant I. V. Garnie, J. .that afrno he'neverassail

ment. In this state, it i, suddenly occupied, matter., If it fails fa ita duty in this particular, the to no one for the Presidency who does not stand Md 1.Baker Geo. Mooney, Rev. Isaac Swart, vere a pI Capt,., became, says severe here that_
with the American will talk to it at the clear and free in his adhesion to tho compacts of s 1
troops-not fifty-three as has been sneeringly way people next the Constitution-to of them. and John Henry. all began to look ont for hnrriesirii
one Let anothe
said but with two companies,-together election will bo,"a caution" to,the Abolitionists. be no misunderstanding every on this point. We there havo The Committee reported the following it has passed off and thi Bark lulus

more than a hundred men. The occupationof seen with surprise a flippancy in some journals that Preamble and Resolutions. lenis the only dite have yet heard. if I,
the Fort in such a condition shows a disposition JACKSONVILLE FOUNDRY.: ought to know better, as though the Whigs of this "' I having *g
to make it a scene otmUltarl operationsnnd We had the section were Indifferent to the question which every, I WHEREAS, the cause of freedom is'dear to every i. "
saitafaction
it,was regarded all over the city. On of witnessing' ;on Wednesday body knows is now the prominent question in political : American heart, and whereas the spirit of progress The last Northern Mail announc tit Iff,
Monday, '[after,.the troops had arrived and last, the commencement, of operations in'this matters, and as though we were, willing to com., in civil liberty is now abroad among the,nations ofthe val of the Cherokee at New on 4
pitched their tents within the walls, (they had establishment, ',erected.and'owned by our enterprising promise ft." "" '- earth, and whereas every enlightened people four days from Havana, which brinrs lierdiii

no other way of sheltering themselves.,) a par and ingenious townsman, Mr. Geo.Mooney. who should desire sympathizewith to be free, the and oppressed whereas of the every clime from Cbto.thUi7th: despatch;t.

ty of gentlemen from the city visited the place, .We,were*delighted at seeing, o'r.the., first ,timo, in ,THE TALLAHASSEE PtT D.,. Cuba are now in a state of actual 'revolution people to ob of ati pper Cherokee J is. .&
third'f
t. landed as a matter of ,course; looked :over the our State; the moltened metal ,flowing smoothlyand On the March, 1845, Congress granted to tain a Republican Government,-therefore 1 \ ;

scene to their satisfaction, ,and went away, quietly, and shining, like a belt of gold, into fixing Florida the eight seat sections of government of land,' Under for the'purpoae this of Resolved, That we heartily sympathizewith the :" he"accounts from Havana are of the t

S without any one presuming: to hint' that they the ladles, and from them into the moulds, and lections were made; but Commissioner.Young act, do se, Cubans in their endeavors to establish a Republican serious Da&ur" We,are indebted to the
were uD.weJcome.On Tuesday, two gentlemen dined to Government. serof. the tie'okw for f
approve them, because in hi the following
out few minutes opinion,
come a afterwards in tho
with two three children shape of 2. That to those noble irits"who
or approaching the terms of the act contemplated that the selection have volun narrative. ,The 8teaaboatabaaers.
the ;Fort, the,sentinel demanded if the boat wasa 'different kinds of beautiful castings,from a cylinder should be made in one body and the seat; of government : teered to aid' the oppressed Cubans, we extend our cruising off:a :place. ,called Brhii Hondhs: *
&.government boat," and it being answered in lead to a sad-iron holder.: should be located tLeron n. We understand .- best wishes, in the name of Republican liberty, and miles west -?. t
the negative; he forbid tbem_to land; ;and the .Mr. Mooney:will,soon commence operations' in that, upon a representation' of,the'case, the bid 3.them That God-speed in their mission., ,'; ; I r
entertain
corporal of the guard being called for present Commissioner, Hon. J. Butt rfiele!, has we sentiments of the deepest Her Telegraph wires failed .&
both in earnest, when,' gratified reversed '
we are in
substapce and manner confirmed the announcing, the this .decision, and,confirmed: all the selections interest for those Cubans who are now exiled tram'their the dates of the btte being the
I fusal.'This: Is th&'case, to which : have rude re people of Florida Trill be;!able to obtain at home,. previously madajuadthey will probably soon native land,*some of whom are 'now present'rtith and 17th, and the atN.OzIC
we
fore#'r rr d. 'On'Wedneday another be-, and- from one_of our own citizens, any kind of tings -, be sold( to redeem the, Tallahassee Fund Scrip,now us., w' .J Pensacola bringing dates th'-I'' ,-

with, several gentlemen, from the city;boat, they may require, from a,steam'engine to a outstanding incurred, which In was Issued to, take an obHeations .; Which were adopted by acclamation .1 -. that our present aeeounts 'are versions of, *

,' proached: the landing,and they were met by the ape butt-hinge, and at as low prices u they can, be obtained Sentinel, Aug. 12th.building, the Capitol.- adz ,a#., ee' On motion 'of.,Col. Bryant,'a ..Committee i "of first Intelligence,i with. farther particulars:

same p lbit1on,*but tbey'did, not choose to for in any of our neighboring cities.: We are glad our Tallahassee, friends",have Three were'appointed to' 9b alri'abscriptio s. Telegraphed t
10'
for the &xnLugust
submit to U; One of them mounted the 'This,' we believe is the firstlron from citizens in aid
steps. Foundry established .. frankly declared their design of : our of those who bare yolunteeredthelr'seni
seizing for
and expressed his determination their CDLKT,' 20 12. I s P
to see the officer fa our State,inn_Is siiotherovidonce: of thegrowing own benefit the eight sections' : in the J
In command before hewonld : of land ,"gi'a sues by s Cuban: cause, Hlth1T Impel t tress Cab*.' _
The party; were then treated with"distinguished yield the point.:. prosperity;of,our:town. We, hope, it will Congress: for.the 'purpose of firing the. scat of government" and'Mr.F.. :.Livingston-appointedfto receive; and; :,The schooner Zp".arif.at' Cha.-

'consideration7 but_ as they were allowed 'lie well patronized- and.prove, a profitable Invest. 'It:appears, Commissioner_ Young .decliners disburse the aame u" I.lla'date fram 16tb'Inst.?
understand Jn consequence ofthe : menu tho enterprising proprietor.Tas'LLAGON'GRR? to,confirm selections ? ,Generl Lopes with troops, at'J, .
officer makOne made
"b in The'following named lnde
coa : gentlemen .'
rse, .
i th em his : wei-*- 41r Honda; fiftvmilMwi. .. > t.__ _.
ng I' .DUIUU his the -- n .
guests. opinion, ,terms of,the act -.a.-
contemplated that'the said:Committee
;. pointed ,:' / ssrs.J W.. -
T.r ; Bryant 1th '
word In location i1t. ,
to the '
regard explanation of should be made' A
these discourtesies,-since this:also. has ,been The Tallahassee Sentinel of the 12th fast has seat of government:located fa thereon.l' one body; and the' J.,: C. Uemlng,.and Dr.C. Byrne.On : .; < :i patched from troops Wer immediately .
made the occasion of insinuations an article under the above In :It live'difficult : ,motion the ;several Havana attack them
,against our caption, which this to see how Commissioner ;. ,,newspapers; of:.the s ,i
motives. The explanation was not volunteeredas exploded fraud Is hopefully spoken Young; or another y '-- "
; 'and "from Commissioner town were requested to'publish these' I --
proceed
'we'were.wllling it should appear; to,have which it, is Very evident that something is brewing, I Ir eould give any other construe '- "r.x; ,. aECOSnnitSr 1TCH. V
been. ,As far as we,know and believe it tion to ;the act of, h.)845. .Bat it ings.! : 5 : CD.Ut.UTI A U .*
U
wassolicUeofbjtn which the public is'.to be ,appears J t I it 4 W 4 si P.J
prepared The
active : by putting, 'Comm1sdODerBuUcrAe1; *' ,The meeting thWftd ournexl I In8 an'd
ahd'teading "repeatedcheer
member. of ou.t feelersfa advance. The editor : '- 'ptJlIl representationoftht ,)with Bailed Parp afer Lpu '
tho Co-o eration.papt' ,and 4*,we have understood says t' cote" has reversed the very proper decision for_ .the. success;Ot the' Cuban.Revolutions 'I Lopex- '
THE AiAcos GUNTr-Some weeks ceeded fDtohe 'p
solicited the since,, the ; '
through intervention of the CommisrioBer lnteror.,
Yonngtransferred ,, "* 'O
sentinel from the the whole # .
"t .the
copied of ,
body (
an article fa the 'j
Commandant of Fort Moultrie >
whose experience grant over to the Tallahassee : -.- Jntenrg a )'
Jackson (East' Florida) Republican Fund .* ; .
statement company S.SPENCBIt Chaiaiaa. ; : '
of the ,
1 28t.h.Junem&1 be to have "' '-' a large stamen
supposed fa! e to the approaching trial Who made the"representations i 't. ,
i{ of the 'i and what F.LmnasToir.'&ereta x :sharp shooters
taught him that the spirit of &' of .. rk
sort _" The ?:
r likely to be conquered' by the ",grimaces and, for.the Northern.District of Florida;;to test the'Al-; document; Is Commissioner : -- -- ; Sp.Nt'at Mataz thought", .
f4 frowns of a:hired soldiery.We .' '. agontitle.;Theextractreferredtowas calculated to l ButtcrfeldVdecMon" : ,);by; whictfho lets. aside>the I ,A.F AU,0si5t5s'TiUisACTioiiv' =.A' fellow ,dens' captured aid l.t 4

: have here stated Ttbi.train of I-erenta'on' prejudice the claim and the 'art.Iclo'Went.onat:: Pl bi'J5flgU".. ... ..'I ,. ,. :Zt ; was t engaged to a'girl'itf1 gala but Hkedjur: :reported at MatJinias Uat'J.W eily.i

h which we founded the conclusion'that Charles the some loam length and toy hardships impeach to Its whkh,character the, and to show gran tog. purpose Pr'i wfri! hlttsevoruiss xn intended!; slat* erbetter.thandid n. : a\tDi'to b e o J[ i hundred.sue., ,men; ,-with' -,' s < j*?<':3- "t
is occupants of Lets :with the old JOT he'waV ,
before
ton surrounded
by an' doeuments,5The :
on the e'lie'
extraoydinarr not
p force, lad III'dfapate would be snb eeted, lathe event therani peophuwfll "
asked
forthepurposeflfnotofmaklngwarnpon.;".:it : ( should. confirmed by the adjudication of consent to go UblnwL ;, ., ? htibetrotlMa what ahairoaidtakoto 'f0. t sn1M" '
"' least of.bullyingthe 8tat/and prwntinff the the c lUt& }< quiet: apprehensions that.may .Thisgrant'Of, njade'by'CoBgress:&i.ftrtAi: l hID! :'-'h,'rep Iedthat'ebont".*,1t14wo 't.Pi'bNew ...- #F 'A 'f
,- exercijcofitstorrraijrorfohtft.;' *** *4wv ':> exist on tiiif score,we,have been authorbed"byri pu"uof Jtoitt '' dollari'Bhetth r g ht' "r..:ae much 4 as she'was .. .. Olk'.
j 1 , i an... equivalent to the direct avowal t :worth):wberenpois h. poliled the; Ish Paper f'I. "
.....- ;, > I!;; .; '.:to' '1J' !));,', } .; T, ,, r!!" t *.t.e a nave Dt;nand 10 A $!lttteteld;u e 'a'quit bd'lWTIed&Jtr$tkr-' cluat{ :J.,look'. f -: ,; ;G"t :O.LI-Aa.

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r ola reports that one Genera,one Commandant, The Spaniardj at Maianzas tth ugh' the tnva-. Before giving'the ordenfW the removaf of 1

, pd one General of Marines,with other officers den'would.oon be captured and shaC It .was the fugitive,Mr,..Commbaltmer Smith offered POINSE'ITJSINDIAN NOTICE TO PASSENGEB&ON .

Ud been brought to Havana'and, buried. Lh reported at Matansaft' that Lopez had only'four to subscribe. twenty-five dollars towards pur, LOXECUST.

teat pomp. hundred.men !'1tb4im. Chasing; his frefdora. /-L. Tafeott and Beth
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The Spanish: loss i in the two engagements is C lIawl'1,,Eqs.; acted as counsel for, the.an. ..,. &

ioasly estimated. from two.to eight bunJL NEW OEUAKS, August 21, 12, M., cused.. ThIEMOTEflTAfl1. ; AND :SA&Pt13MEDY' .
Onholeregiment is reported to 'have The excitement Ii&ssomewhatsbatcd., Knots TORTBB CURE Oi': and afterthe 10th of
Aletter to the Picayune states that General Cbronio : day June, the day
incd Lop z.. Manzana has returned to Santiago(abandoning 1 of persons can be seen gathering at the corn Diarrhea' and Dysentery departure of the steam packetMAGNOLIA

the field to the Patriots who: retained entIrepossession ers, discussing the .merits. of the case... Now Which 1 ever been presented to the pu1Jl e. It .

, sccoro PEsrATcnr of the. country. surrounding. Puerto that its operations are seen and more -vividly -'tandlllp its airs merit,andneeds puffing. ,

NEwOgttArs, August 22. Principe. appreciated, there .seems no 'disposition to at- a:? IT. HAS NOT, FAILED TO CURE IN A CAPT. Mc"ELTY, \

The office of La Union, the Spanish news- The Pampero ppesred' ft' Havana on the tempt anything: like violent rescue SINGLE INSTANCED Prom Savannah to Palatka,wDl be TUESDAY

per in New Orleans, has Just been attacked i 11th.; and was signaled from Moro Castle.. THI3'Valuable preparation Is compounded arriving SATURDAY, connecting .with the .
presses and type paper and furniture thrownto She took two pilots from a' schoonor, and proceeded [cO.llmuC.iDD.i n several medicinal roots growing in II Bteam:! Ships

the streets and destroyed utterly. Its west,landing at Morrello, twelve miles. # "SAYS I TO MYSELF.** the Wilds of Florida. It is PUULT and WHOL- FLORIDA. AND .t.T ...tIIA. '

nand windows were also broken open. from Bahia Honda, and taking possession of : The editor of the Rtpuilican last week wrote LY Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the For New York. She ,
will
The Spanish Consulate is threatened in con. the town of Los Pozas. The Pizarro and two himself a letter, and published it in his cure of the above disease. Tho Inventor and I I Tuesday continue to leave.on .
inence of the detention of letters received merchant steamers with eight hundred troops owii'paper. Proprietor Is fully convinced that it is an in: throughout the year, .
the F".pire City. Rioters mostly Western and sixty horses, left Hanna/'on the morningof It was all about the compliment of a public dinner Taluable Medicine In fact the teat that he Carrying the United States Mali

,: en. the 12th" and attacked Lopez"on tha. 13th at offered to Mr.Ynlee. He has ahtay appeared very has given it in the town in which he resides, I I ForFreigbt'Etpgeeg0p

San Miguelnear Las Pozas.- The Pizarro had spiteful against Mr. Y., and (stirred up his 'bile and the astonishing suecss with which it has superior accommodations, State Passage Room, having .

' THIRD BKSrATCA. got ashore at Babies Honda, and Lopez expected that any compliment should ,be tendered. With met, warrants him in saying that it is a POSI apply to the Captain on board ,- -Ac.,

r Great Excitement In New OrlAuu. to take her. Lopez had advanced to San Diego I his characteristic modesty he thrust himself into a TIVE CURE. He has therefore come to the FERNANDEZ, lIthECO..,.

NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 21. de Nines to cut off the retreat of the SpAniards.. meeting where he was not' invited and the Object determination to place it within the reach of* Agent rft .Jaekaonvnieror t.?

I [ A party of Cuba liberators, mostly of West. Th e people were rising many places. About ef which be did not approve1;' and then writes himself all, knowing and how many suffer with this very v AL A. COHEN,
unpleasant
often
five hundred individuals had left Havana 'to dangerous Disease
par. Agent at Savannah.
exasperated by the tone of La Patria a letter, containing false insinuations and illiberal -
rumen,
join Lopez, fifty of whom had >>een taken pri- ticularly in the Southern and Western States. Savannah, Juno 3, 1851.:
[is afternoon attacked the office broke win- slander, which he
publishes without regard to In INDIAN
purchasing LOXECUST
hundred left my be
soners. Only seven troops were
.
bws and doors, threw the press;and cases,and in Havana. truth or courtesy. PERTINAX. particular and look for my written signatureon J-rhis: Steamer will lelre Jacksonville for

pcs,and furniture into the street, and desoyed the label Savannab.eyery.FRIDAY MORNING., at 7 0'.

i; every thing belonging to the office: News from the of her I refer the ciociq until farther notice.
Pampf'ro-5k.tchH Toy public below to a few certificates Jane 7. ..
(There was no interferenC by the police.er .-- a je to Cuba!-The PaJnpero's safe return Jttarrft1J, selected from among many received from respectable tf .

( demolishing the Unon office, the rioters By the arrival of.the St Matthew's from On the 24th inst,by Judge Livingston, Mr. JAS. citizens of Jacksonville. ,.

oceeded to tha Cegar Store at the corner of Florida we are rejoiced to learn of the safety M. STEWART so Miss NANCY UCKLES, both of this EGBERT POINSETT.P. Florida House for 'Beat.Int' <

. Charles and Gravier streets, broke the win- of the Pampero: ,"and a number of the particu towns 8. Planters should not be without this THE above well known HOTEL*tRw
bws and doors, and destroyed all the stock ted*> the city of EL Augustine,
id
lara of the expedition of Gen. Lopez, from the valuable Medicine.. Every family ought to being
d furniture and IT ry thing valuable. time of his from New-Orleans his perfect order, is for rent for one or morO
departure to
I To the Voters of Dnval County.I keep it on hand. yean, with Without the furniture.
I The rioters at seven o'clock went .to the .
4 anish Consulate an I destroyed the desks, landing Bahia Honda. The Pampero having respectfully announce myself my fellow-citi A.M.REED, principal Agent for Jackson June U, 1851. tf A. H. cots,
left
New-Orleans to West
.. ,proceeded Key ; near ville.
rniture ami property of all kinds, and broke zens of Dnval county as a candidate for the office of
there she remained several -for the
days, purpose Jacksonville August 16,1851.: In Circuit COUrt : -
ly
; birn signs, which were carried in triumph to of evading the vigilance of the Spanish Clerk of the Circuit Court of said countpledging

e meeting in La Fayette square. ships. myself*,elected. to discharge my duties to the JACKSONVILLE, E. F., August 15th, 1S51. EASTERN CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA, '_

Having learned. from the Key West wreckers best 6f my abilities. Dear Sir t This will inform you that one In Chancery.

FOURTH DESPATCH. that the inhabitants of the district of Vuelta Aug. 23, 1851. L V. GARNIE. bottle of your Medicine called INDIAN LOXE Matilda Ann Wflford, *) '.

ii Life .1 the Spanish Consul in Dan-en; Abno (nearly opposite Key West) were up in CUlT has pCrtnanently cured two of mv. negroes T& } DILL 'OE DivoRCBl

[Two thousand mea this morning surround- arms. Gen. Lopez determined to avail himself I of a severe attack of Dysentery. (con Daniel Wilford. .

\the city prison, where the Spanish Consul of thij information, to make his landing among ,Boats :for Sale. sider it an'excellent Medicine for this complaint TT appeannr to tho ati81 tit>n of the Cbbrtthal

[j taken refuge, and threatened demolish' them. Stearing for Bahia Honda, his purposewas THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale two valuable I and take great pleasure in recommending the the Defendant, Daniel Wilford; resides beyond

[unless the Consul be delivered up. to land at a small po t called Morello.- They are nearly new, sloop-rigged, it to the public. Respectfully yours, limits of the State Florida, so that the ordinary -
and decked-one of them half-decked. process cannot be served him
I About fifty of the police were on hand, but When about leagues from Havanna,the machinery well adapted to accommodate pleasure parties They,are or S. D.FERNANDEZ. On motion of W. Mi IveEsq upon, Solicitor: Com.jiats .
of the out of order the To l\Ir. E.Poinsett.
laid do nothing Pampero got plamanti;
convey light freights to any part of the river. Oneor
I The Segur shops kept by the Spaniards were consequence of which was that she floated for both will be sold on reasonable terms for cash. JACKSONVILLE May 6th 1851.: It is Ordered, hearing be n Ld'a n *
sry all destroyed during last night. two hours Along the current in the Gulf Stream Apply to J. H. McRORY, Jr. ; facts charged in the Complainant Bill, at the De:
[Minute guns hare been fired since sunrise approaching all the while towards the city of Aug. 30, 18.)1. tf This is to certify it is with much pleasurethat cember Term next of the Circuit Court to be hold-
', 1 honor of the murdered liberators.The Ilavanna. I announce to the Public that I have been en at Alligator in and for the county of Columbia:
Before the accident effectually cured of the distressing complaint Provided, That a copy of this order be published as '
Co!. she
( bodies of CUITTEXDE and Victor was repaired, was From Jacksonville the law directs
for the
; of three .
attracted carried full in view of the Moro Castle and called Dysentery, by the highly recommended space month.THO. ;
EKE hare many visitors and. pro- .
For and DOUGLAS. J k
Enterprise Mellonville dge-
of Mr. E. Poinsett.
I had
remedy resorted to
[iced much fee'ing.TtJtgraptud even in sight of the soldiers on the water bat AtfSecop K: .
tery. Getting up steam again, she bore away THE Steamer SARAH many things, but of no avail; I was induced to Test-S. SCARBOROUGH, Clerk.

for tIle Savannah Georgian. for Bahia Honda, intercepting on the way a &s_ SPALDING, having: been newly try his very palatable and pleasant: Medicine, 'JuIy.l2,1851. 3m .,.
fitted will resume her and to my great satisfaction was completelycured _
e Late and highly Important from Cuba. coasting vessel, from which Gen.Lopez. took two pp, regular
iJots. tripe for the above places on Monday the 26th inst, within a few days, and have not been : Floats. '
"J.irst 1JaJlle.-1A1I off no Hundred Spaniards- I touching at all the intermediate landings, and will troubled since with that so much dreaded dis ,
I \FIr Patriots, together rill Col. Criltendcn, The Pampero approached within fifty yardsof continue punctually to leave every Monday morn ease. THE.UNDERSIGNED, as the Agent dt Hbi; ,
4 I Captured and BiticJicted. the coast, when a landing was made without ing at 9 o'clock, connecting with tho U. 8. Mail I other immediate L. YCLTCI, offers for'sale
' difficulty. Gen. Lopez and his comrades were steamers to 'and from Savannah. For freight engagements am happy say cures have The Thousand The Hundred and Fifty Acres of
I We received at about o'clock last \
seven night come under my own observation within a few
C received by the inhabitants, (who congregated. or passage, apply on board, or to LAND,
om New Orleans the following telegraphic days. I cheerfully add mite to the already
in ) with and indeed FERNANDEZ, BISBEE A CO., Agents. my in
great numbers arms fractions
I dated open of 40, 80, or 153 acres; to be i located
list with on
Jacksonville 23
1851. 6m your
with demonstration of favor. The planters Aug. of the lands
any public in the
I I every State of Florida,tub? _
The Empire City has arrived from Havana Valuable Medicine. I
of all am, respectfully, ject to at the .
brouoht forth fruit and provisions : entry Land Office. .. .
ti lith intelligence up to he 18th inst. kinds, and soon a largo part of Lopez's force Wm. _D Smiths M.HEARN, Jr. .. JOSEPH FINEQAN.
The Spanish troops'hnd Attacked Lopez, and i To E. Poinsett, Esq. Jacksonville,Jane 281851. tf
preceded in were mounted on horses;the voluntary offerings SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, ;
c.tpturing fifty ore prisoner
,
in'boats all of whom : of the people. JACKSONVILLE FLA. JACKSONVILLE, May 21, 18)1. Notice is
itly are reported to The Pampero remained all night,and left for Hereby Given, ."
kre been taken to Havana and brutally murder- Key West next nearly destitute of All orders thankfully) received and promptly attended Dear Sir: I consider it to be a matter of duty rjlHAT application wffl be made to the J\id"w of
, morning to. Aug. 23.Executor's .-- to inform you that I have been laboring under f the Astern Circuit of Florida; by the petition", '
coal. Her want of fuel accounts for her not
Victor Kerr and Cot, Crittenden are among a very violent attack of Diarrhoea, which of John .Thompson, and H triet his wire;'ou the '
lose taken and murdered having been earlier heard from. She is now in Notice. bailed the skill of two Physicians,and rendered 28th day of July next, at 10 a nt,' at.hii Cham:

I' [The Spaniards: lost their general officers andprly a position of safety. We will only add that we NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN'That six me unable to do any work. But fort nnately. bersatSt.Anrustiiief for authority to sell all thr.
hundred have these particulars from one who was onboard from date, I shall apply to the Hon. when adout to give up all hope of ever obtaining right, title Ipcf interest of their infant children in
two men. the vessel from the time of her ddparturefrom Judge Probate Dnval county, for a final discharge relief I heard of INDIAN LOXE- and to a Certain Lot of Land, situated in said .
! [Such is the exciting and startling movement New-Orleans.-&u."annah News. from the Administration of the Estate of and your 'county of ttaval,, deeded by Thomas 0. Holmes t*
|tb which: the Cuban OUST the use of five Bottles has entirely Charles Wilier in tnwt. .
!campaign opened."tKiena Matthew H. Philips, late of said county: of Duval .; '
*liberty and Cuba! shall these slaughMred deceased.. ALBERT. G. PHILIPS, restored me to health. I take much pleasure : GEORGlf'B. FAIRBANKS;
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< patriots be avenged 1 Shall the brood ofe Fugitive Slave Ccst..BUFFALO ,August 23; 1851. 6m Executor to recommend your Medicine to all those who June 23, 1851. 4& AU',.for PStitlonern ..
15:>> 1851. be afflicted. Yours &cBENJAMTh ..
Friday Aug. t ncajr similarly -
e slain, and the groans of the oppressed np- .J
;.il in vain to those, whose fathers Pulaski and The second cook of the' steamboat Buckeye In the Circuit Court: DAVID.To Masonry, BriclOayinPlaster

:Kslb and Lifayett, bled to make free State named Daniel*,was arrested this m rning DUVAL COUNTY-IN CHANCERYi: E. Pcinsett, Esq. ing, &c.

-- claimed 'as a fugitive' lave fr Louisville, Ky. JACKSONVILLE, June 27,1851.Dear THE UNDERSIGNED t&kej this method of
lie claimed mui named Mcore. It Archibald H. Cole, Complainant, and ) the publi8 that! he is
ul La'er and more Glorious Nercsfrom Cuba was by a : relieved ready to
Francis Richard and.John S.Sammis. > Sir: I am entirely of my complaint do '
_
I -One mfiolc Regiment gone over to the. Patriots was kept as still as possible but the reportsoon Defendants.. \ ) thanks to for "INDIAN LOX- Bricklaying, Masonry, 1aS} ring, StuccoV
you your Work &C. &c. He '
, !General Rising.-Tlie Pizarro agrond. spa t"ad through the city,and large crowd I appearing to the Court upon affidavit that ECUST," it is the best I J have ever used for the ,when desired will furnish plans witota and'drawings
around the in which he r by for
At half-past ten o'clock last night,we rendthe ?- collected building' was .Francis Richard, one of the said Defendants, disease, and I feel happy in recommending it to .to persons : .
confined. An "was made to take him is-engAN execute YdJ It without extrt-
attempt resides within the State of Florida, but without the .
following additional intelligence from the public. Yours truly, ,
! w Orleans by of Charleston: to jail in a private carriage, but a very large limits of the Eastern Judicial Circuit: On motion GEORGE COULTER.To charge. Hem well known td the'citiiens: of .

t *way .And excited crowd blocked up the passage, McQueen McIntosh, Solicitor for Complainant, B."Poinsett Esq. Jacksonville as a competefat mechanic; 'd bcf.
I NEW ORLKANI, August 21. seizing the horses by the- bits, and making It is ordered That the,said Richard do workhe, hu peffbrmed alr'eadjr fbr dtixenfc .

r the United States steamer Vixen has arrived threats of violence if he was not released. The appear and plead, answer or.demur to said :BUI BATON ISLAND, St.John's Beach, ) of the place, he refers to as ah additional etl- ,

.. Fensacola ham Havana with the intellince fire-bells were rung, which served, in a measure within two months from the date of this. Order, or August, 1851.: 5 dence of his qualifications. .
. thkt one whole Regiment of Spanish the crowd he then takento said Bill will be taken as confessed against him. 4 afid Moulds ordamehtai ;
fdr
to disperse was It u alto ordered. That the foregoing order be Dear Sir: This will inform you that three 53Caiti pjis-
oops had gone over to the patriots. the watch-house still followed by a largecrowd. published in one'ofthe public gazettes in said circuit of my children were' dangerously ill with the tering also 1tirnIsh d. JOHN IYEB&.

;' the people were rising in many quarters This is all that has transpired up to once a week for two months. Dysentery or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks. N.B.-To Planters he would say he has iirttcAezperiadce '

. roughout the Island. this time. '. THOS. DOUGLAS, Judge I tried almost everything that I generally used I in putting up Sugar BatteriftS; and. .

, lathe two engagements: which had takenace t. for this disease, but all to no effect: A friend solicits work in that line, confident thai if e can. .
between Gen. Lopez and the Spanish The Fnsltive Slave Case at Buffalo. 'I, IS.ADO&E V. G JunE, Clerk of the Circuit of mine recommended me to try your Medicine give the amplest I satisfaction. Charged ifloder-! .
. roes, one General, one Commandant and one Court Duval County;Eastern Circuit of Florida, .
INDIAN LOXECUST. I it- '
BUFFALO 15. called procured ate
Friday, Aug. do certify that the foregoing is a correct ;S. IAJackSdnville : '
meal Marine with two hundred soldiers hereby '
I ere killed and wounded. The fugitive slave. Davis, was taken before copy of the original order on file in my: office. and am happy to say that 1%Bottles of it cured May 31,1851. ly ,
I many the U. S. Commissioner, lIon. II. K. Smith this L V. GARNIE. Clerk. all three of my Children-hoping your val '
'I The American: Consul is reported to have de- : afternoon for hearing; and the proof cf identity August 23,1851. 2m uable Medicine may, ,become generally known, Administrator's Notice; .

nei to see the Captain General in behalf of and ownership beingjfully established, his PO that all that may be afflicted with this disease NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN; !& liz ., .

0 captured The Pizarro patriots.: I Honor remanded him back to his proprietor, THIS SIDE UPS, may have a certain and safe remedy. from date, I shall apply-to Lbs .
Is ashore at Pleytone.
I Bleyitone Mr. Moore of Louisville. While on his wayto Yours truly, Hon. Judge . >'e can find no suoh place on the map: of Cubs JAMES LATIMER. I
isnSn"f final discharge' from the Admh strau 1i 0:.the
think the Court House, in the custody of the deputy J3 'ICSI 9I IIIAUODct'r
e it miscalled. The
the is .
likely place
ct, however cannot be doubted.-Eds. Gear24. Marshal, the carriage was attacked and c.\UOuoJt hL; ". Pilot St7Johns Bar Estate of Solomon HnffingHan.;. lit"* e|."said
.] stopped by 'a mob, but except a few knock. Aqgigojd ipima ?TJ piog To Poinsett. Esq. county of Ddva1decear&' ? !

The Empire the Steamer Union downs no injury was done. lIaTiswalBecond "a8JaNVDO'Hm auazznBPUE JACKSONVILLE: -, July 30, l$5i.) WM. B; BdSSj 'AdmV. -
Qty reports '
cook on board the Buckeye State, and was not! .tIN1IM 1H3OUD cNUOO valuable tIayib. 185U Cm. .
tried
the Paci'tide. Sir I have
wrecked on the Mexican Coast, on Dear : your very --- i
She is a total loiJs. Passengers, crew fied this morning that he had better leave for :1u'lZO paiD tywffl ftu9fi, tag 113tJt; bJ. Medicine. for Diarrhoea and find it by far the Ex c tor'. Nol#. : _
. > ; gold all saved. The Captain came as a the cure
'. The city is now quiet 1tTOTICE IS HEREBY aiY &i That tit
to ,
goin
GWa1'
r Meager in the Cherokee. I -Lull n.tals'Lflunb ilaq Aluq 001 that I have ever known or heard of. My J ...
though great excitement has prevailed during .*. months froul date, I eliall app2-r:to h. -- _
: little about two had suffered
daughter aged years, '
.am BIcUtvq 00 1dutj .'
!! 1Aq Probate of Dnval for.
the arrest the fugitive Hon;Judge county .
was
: t tho day During and reduced to almost a skeleton >
Again!-Still Later and StUl More Glorious : ojiqjM XHVDbnsnb 'l long was from Administration
blow the head. inflicted s'tlO final discharge: the of th.
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a on
At 11 o'dock received the fol- severely injured by v 'saqi'j OOO'OI and 1 tried part of a Bottle of your INDIAN
% last night we the claimant.. ,A warrant for his arreston pn AAfkin. Estate of J hn Yeomarisj late of aid county or
: acted like charm
. by and it has a .
wing and still more gratifying intelligence: of-assault' and battery has been !310PO: tua11.8:{ ,UJIUt aRm y vv vSfiff LOXECUST Duval,; deceased. .
, The a charge the child now imp roving and may be seen by "
United arrived '
States teamer Vixen atwswola .r' WM B. ROSS Eir'rJ
: ieTooe 1l
issued. S
LPL those who do notbeieve. Repectfully/
Havana.fpei 1 by
on the 20lh tour days from May 10,1831: : Cm
P.\RTtCULAKs.-We learn in addition A.V.COLV1N.
FURTHER '
made and ,
stand on his march,' fought -
FO battles with the Spantards, in both of to the account from this afternoon 'the State of PIorIa'CpuntfNasaau : 1 To E.I'oinsettBsq.. oticoTS -'

P>ich he VAS successful. The Spanish loss negro's'arr that'when. he was taken the while'be son' ; 'Probate'. ourt., ST. NcnoLksFIa., July 3i, 1851. ; hEREBY GtVEN, Tha&thlrlJ' i&7Iaft .. .

IQHT officers and three hundred men. of the claimant stepped up ,behind.him JULT A. date applitiatlon will,be made to the Hbn..
AT CHAMBERS; 31sT,:,1851i, :Dear Sir'This is to certify that two Bottles
the boat at his ordinary -
: I The Spaniards carried their was passing along on Thomas Douglas Judge of the Circuit
repulsed ,
being CourV
and felled him (6 the deck with In. the Matter .' XMate .f Mar, E. Sandtrtwn, of your Medicine called .INDIA LOXECUST
bd and wounded to Havana, where the forjer -1 avocations :deceased.Petitttn "- of of Eastern Circuit of Florida, for leave to wll'cer- .
were buried with on Friday dne blow.of a billet. of wood. t The,blow:was a has permanens17cured two our Negroes. lain real estate in the Comity of Nassaa'devised'
great -
pomp i I take" in
[ iI the back part of his }dpldve Nuncupative HW; a severe Diarrhoea.; pleasure' recommending .
severe one; laying open by Mary Fernandez i*Ker last wm'athtesta.: '
I The I bead and rendering him senseless. The excuse Robert.Harrison, Esq., of the your valuable Medicine, being ...
force to Ste'wart'DeWltt C1iDto.rStew.
of Gen numbered from twelve WHEREAS ment Gebrgc
Lopez ,
without doubt) cine of the best and safest remedies -,
and State has this fileda
som&who ,. day
fourteen hundred. receiv- given forthlI act-Is !understoodby ; art W tefSte'tfar& J..n4E. Tracy Stewart mf--,.
[ His ranks were the examinatienj to WhAt hhad'acaning.kntfe Petition to "prove and establish before me the for:this disease ,that I have heard.or seen. .
at
fg accessions day and'Dight.. On the 14th were present 'ht.711and 'with'.which Nuncupative Will ofMro.: Mary B.;Sanderson,'late '. Yours truly nehQBORGE QTEWART, .
ker hundred men left hays ni to join the in.,; in' of the before named County and State,deceased, W.O.McINTYRE.ToBJPbsnsettjEsq Natural Guardjaa-amd Trnsteev .
,
ders.Fiftyeight. he intended assault! his assailant.: This afternoon and I have appointed the first Monday: in OctobernextstiUYIesldOflCeIfl I Jacksonville, Aug. ISSL: 5t .
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I Cuban deserters were taken on'e he was taken ,up to the Court-house said 'for the taking ., .
morning of the 16ih., Preparations'were under charge of the Mayor) a large body'efpoi evidence for the purpose: or-abJI'II1I-laId Will, ''JACKSONVIU.E. .TuneOtli; 1851* Notice

bung! for their execution. A Spanish'Colon- lice"'and twoor thfee'cdmpanies'of: firemen, .the hearing to commence sIlO o'clock on that day: ,Deai-Sir:1' have used your Indian Loxecust I"S HEREBY GIVEN That tMrty ktr after'i H

,Lieat,;Governor of Final del Rio, .was shot: who were'called'but for the.occasion.' .Consid. [It is'Interested therefore are Ordered hereby and cited Decreed and admonished, That'all In my family, and have found it a very valuable date 1uuJndaLtkCI.uft applieatiott will bernatfe'to tare. -HOB*;4< "
was 'experienced 'in the undertaking tenons Thomas: : Court,*
I One erabledifficulty I take
French for' viarrh gi'iatpleasureIn
Man-of-War. U.S.: Ship Alpy time and remedy a.
: attheuld
: me,
td be andaptieazbbfore :
Florid for Ifeate
of
totehlear-
Circuit
.whiifier' and leTeratrers acting as guardians the Eastern ;
were at Havana the ''Vixen' has 'order that and any.ndaU ef them recommending to public. -
they
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Tplacefin
;
and uDderloot tain real estate fa the county of Nassau devised '
down trampled ,
urned. were dragged Say contest the sumS, Ito them shall*em fit, i Respectfully.B.TOWNSEND.
by*'the 'enragedmnllItud- 'Court* .- Given under my hand and private seal,' (there Egbert Poinsett; Es..tACKSthiLiE.. by Mary Fernandez in her last will and tesea.menl *-

I Ttlegraphedfor the Savannah Georgian.I house was ''finally reach d; and, aIargbnuni.bei t tL.Ts, ]I being no seal of. office,) the..day' and year : i7 toJnUasLViUa1ongaathLWa P.
ofenoni collected inside witness the Am &, Te ,: : Fla., Miy l8pl.. : '
I CnARLKSTOV' Aug.. 20,. 12.15: P.)!. ?.. first trial in this city under the Fugitive Slave 1;T -. wriUfti: S T. "'NBIlJ, Dear Sir* This may certify Ufyoa that Ibid Vdlalonga'i.rt ; .oi .,LLAtOA, I

I Ilifalr Important front Cuba,. bill. A dense throng collected outsidef'block' I :Judge Court Probate Nassau county.drncx ., a negro girl suffering under a eeere.attack of ':' ;.Natural Guardian and Trustee.Jacksonville .

The schooner Zephyr arrived Charleston, ing 'np the .passage!'and rendering them im: l. PROBATK, ;-' ) Diarrhcea, and c that the use of onaibottle of : ,-Aug. 0,1851.J; St .... ',

f ita dates from Matanios to.the,16th inst.I plBSLb1.th b1:pretDtJDrall,ingress Cotrmx,Nassau County. preparation called Indian Loxecust effectually BBA8S A COPPfiKWANTBD. :
} IBOIT
I General Lopez troops-landed ,at..Bahlf1 egreSs into orut', f.tbecoprt.bou5e.- The examination Probate. 'for cured her;and I woild take this.method of recommending OLD" .. ,

:?:1agfty roUes westward of Havana on.,the wa beld.beforeUnited ,State Commissioner the tf Jsthel.Tio'N.11Jndge'cortof of:Nassau; d6 hereby certify the foregoing ;, I. it as a very,valuable Medicine. : -

", .?. ,It:K, SmithV:, ;pj.ly>; rfe':witness was County tobe,a IntO :copy from tie'minutein, ,the Yours tro-Ji JOHN BBANTLY!,, .. PERSONS tovteg old Iron.Braa.or Coffer
I Th! Spanish troops were iinmeoutely .jdet- worn, the same'persori that knocked the negro &above entitled cause. .:, .. ? / _, Ibey.wlsh to;dispose of will in*

d&omIaiuat4attackhern.. ., f : down The Degrodlcl t deny being slave Witness, my hand dad Iritde! aeal there being.; -' :::- T.'
I I *">" -','-. > I* *. \ The examination was C4)D* queatlT, brie *nd no mal of office, this' 31st day of July A.D. 1851. tA'd.JlIh&ato. . '. :Notice.- .' -- DRY, Jacksonville,, VIaan&;recei lioerai. ,, .

l I: sEcounDsvkru" : : .. ;, resulted luau order for hit retort,to Kentucky.TT .t if. ;JAMBS T O'lBIL.t, .. :. .1'#: %MONTHS J. -' after- date-' ;I win present my>'aceormta prices. for. .the same. '- .."

I ,_ CHARXCSTOS. Au2O1,4OV2' :. -,was then remanded. to tail, whence' he.was l ,* t- iJndgeofPro' "' '.6od b .i S'a., *Administrator. of the Estate of David OEOROE'MOQNEtPhrfctor.' : ': :! .

LJJ* Punpero after landing Lopez and troops.; takcnithout. t eda P' t1 f.tOl, I J ;._'. .. ,'_:.. I.: SOcox; dictated the1 Bo ;Judge of Probates for Ma1t.; ; :* / -. fllI.' *.

northward;WJI> ..a r 4 W 11 P rtJ .F?; A warraatwas..from out bonoot'theciUieDJ 1. : -:- Jt.-, Jirf': .' -' Dnval.scantyand 'ask for a final/settlement and '' rUJ3T"ilECEIVED _A fresh lot oJ ... ..,
PW into the interior., .On the reception $f charglDg 'the..riegro's'isMnaiit, with.as- f ;:, "- ...,...., -. allowance of the tame;and of my disebttrge .frotheAdmtnhstrMlon t Haas, Goshen Butter." Mackeel, ; '", 5
P bat .apd..het hu wIarnted tR riE.t": .,'PBW8 oppi iJ ....k ofsald Bat.atelt'T otis
iaUfflrence, .authorities at HavtnnaI anltand rrr : : JAMES. 'J!.. SILCOZAdm'r.:1 .' Market B efMwPork/, atlhettore .- .:
1 J&t1i t.,1I POtW bWilbbCrio.aQrrwPTnhE :r.Desd1; to suit the conv'eysneeo.fLotsHou'ee: '; ) : ... '.,.. "- ',,- .
'. ?Uidcspitcbed a.large steamer, full oftscJoic2 and U Bow; : August ::18Sn i6m rf" May 31. q !). M'CUEN..a.Iv.. -
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determined to resume the practice By Headlcy. country finely wooded with
HAVING vol. 12mo. Also, will give his attention conveyancing, yellor"i
Illustrated. Full cloth, $1. Consumption the
: respectfully tenders his Rambles and Sketches. By Rev. J.T. Ilcadly. 1 on to examining Tites;1Dd Records,and assertain- There is a onrishing'ornnge grots_i
p professional services to the public in the sev1 Vol.l2mo. Illustrated. Full cloth 81. art preserving Life and ing claims to Lands. premises, which formerly produced tali

:' ,1 cTal departments MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY The Power of Beauty. By Rev. J.T. Headley. 1vol. Health, to Old Jlge, All business entrusted to him will meet with of a thousand dollars a year;and win

'. and IJIGERY. lIe flatters himself that ft 18mo. Illustrated. Full cloth,50 cents;gilt Sec., !re. prompt attention; and all instruments of writing do so again.judging from the pree&f
thorough course Collegiate and Medical studied edge?, extra, 75 cents. and .
will be executed by him with neatness and healthy appearance of the tret
*
I have been appointed for the sale of
Agent
. : the benefit of Letters from the Backwoods and
' ; a course Private Lectures, the Adirondack. despatch. Pvst Office at Mandarin is within
undcr two distinguished Professors of Surgery By Rcr. J. T. Headley. 1 vol. 12mo. Full the above Goods, and will keep them constant- and the and two
steamers pass
;;' connected with different Medical Colleges to- cloth. 50 cts. I ly on hand at my Drug store, in the Town of JacksonvilleJan.25, 1851. tt their repass the la
Biography of the Saviour and his Tampa Tampa Bay Fla regular trips to and from Sana
S ccther with his past: experience and observation ; Apostles; with a Those
Portrait of each, engraved on steel. With an S Dr L. D. ROGERS. wishing to purchase this property
... i
. diseases in different latitudes J. McRobert
. ,while engaged Essay on the Character of the Apostles. By Rev. Baker, cation, or address by letter, the subsoil
S for several years in the active practice T. Headley. 1 vol. 12mo. Fifteen Jacksonville E.: -
Engra- ATTORNEYS COUNSELLOR LAW .. ::::
of his will enable him Bears Dears Bears Florida.CHARLES
nfford
profession to essential vings. $1; gilt edges, extra, $1,50.
: relief the afflicted who may confide The Beauties of Rev. J.T. Headley. With his Life. I WILL purchase all the DEARS' OIL and JACKSONVILLE: E. FLA. Jacksonville BT1
.. .
.: their cases to his hands. 1 vol. 18mo. Illustrated 50 cents; gilt edges, GREASE that the Citizens Florida will WILL practice in the Coqrts of the Eastern Slay 10,1851.PENSION tti'(: ,

Calls from either the town'or country will extra, 75 cents. ship to me in Savannah. Iwill pay for the Oil I Circuit, in Hamilton county of the middle Circuit -S --'-

5. be. met with equal promptitude.S Heroines.Sacred History. By Mrs. Steele. Il. One Dollar a Gallon, the Grease Fifty Cents a in Benton and Hillsboro' counties of the- AND BOUNTY LJ.BTAINED !
He be found when lustrated with splendid Lngravings. 1 voL 12 no. Pound the articles must be Pure or I mil
most
may not profcssion:11Jfengaged New, and revised edition. Southern circuit, in the Supreme court at Tallahassee for the officers and iofcfiefKetolutionary "
enlarged $1
S at his office on his farm in the Western edges, extra, $1.50. ; gut tosilively reject them. I am a good judge Of and in the United States District court O war,or their legal repiitives. ',
suburb of the town. them. They must be in :Mirnaluralstate. .
Florida and will
the
Thcopncusty, or Plenary Inspiration of the Holy ; prosecute claims against the S
Jacksonville, Aug. 16, 1851. tf I Scriptures. By Prof Gat18SCn, of Genava.- W; HUMPHEYS, United States before Congress and the Depart- Pensions for life,for wmdo1 of inch ofi

1 Translated bv lc.v5 E. N.'Kirk'- A v."W tI"iI ,,."._- WHOLESALE' TBTTfjriST. Dents[ at Washington soldiers whomarrired previous to 1800

:i NOTICE. lareed edition. 1 vol.I2mo.: 410 pages; $I. NOV. 16, 1850. iy Sarannab.Oeo. Being located at jacKsonvcueyer IJje! he will !A
Shanty tho Blacksmith : A Tale of Other I
Times.
j( Sirs. rive his entire and unremitting attention to his JIDQ)1I1N( .Y JLAHB
"STEAM SAW-MILL FOR SALE. By Sherwood. 1 vol. 18mo. Illustrated. To Post Masters-Post, Office '
S S and
S p profession all business'entrusted to his. "
50 ccnts. stamps For the surviving orthe widows : r.
-
THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale, on rea- Lily of the Valley. By Mrs. Sherwood.S 1 vol. 18 undersigned, Postmaster at Pleasant Grove care shall meet with prompt attention. I '-.-
PUB children deceased officers and
J. McROBERT
Illustrated. 50 BAKER. pziii
ble termshis STEAM W-lJIILL mo. cts. Co .
hanJ' Maryland, was the first
AND 'MACHINERY, at Garey'sFerry, Du- .The Shorter Catechism of the Rev. Assembly .of in the 5 U. S. who' conceived and undertook person extensively August 1850. I served in the *
Divines. With Proofs theraof ;
valcounty, Florida. The Engine is 20 horse out of the Scriptures to publish, the idea of all
supplying offices War
words at length. Per 100, $3. post of 2812, with, Great Brital
power, 10 inch cylender feet stroke, and 2 with cheap stamps. AU stamps made by him
J.
McRobert Baker
boilers,'24 feet long, 36 In. diameter; all inS Extracts from Opinions of the Press. are warrented equal or superior to any other that llexicanVar ; or in,any of' the

complete order, and ready for immediate use. I SACKED SCENES AKD CHARACTERS-By Rev. can any be are procured sent out in at the same defective price, and whenever ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. F., than ,War,: since 1790.. i.. t't
It; has also mill any way or unsatisfactory Terms moderate, where the claim -
attached. The
a corn it tab
Engine J. T. Hmdley.-This work NOTARY
be duplicates shall bo forwarded PUBLIC
may very properly on notice 'with-
.f '
S S and Machinery will be sold separate, if desired. considered] a companion to the "baereJ Mountains out nrge5 All who order a set of straps, WITH COMMTSSIOXER: .otherwise no chargeiTheSubscrit'eris ",
For terms, apply to me at Palatka/or to my ," by tho'same author. Its object Is to illus CHANGE FOB, DATES, at Two Dollars only-tfw appointed by tAe following Statesto also appointed Agentintl.DbofColuwbisfortbe

agent, J as. B. Cole. trate and "render moro life-like" the Sacred Writ- thirty nieces):-:shall bo kept in stamps adhbitnm. take Testimony, Affidarits $ Acknonl- :,.

A. II. COLE. i ng. It is not Che author's design to'supersede tho Address "Poat Master, Pleasant Grove, AUegan edgt11le ts to le,used therein: British Commercial' Life Inn,..

S Palatka: Fla,May 10, 1851. tf Bible; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to obtain Co. Md." S Maine, Virginia, Vermont Massachusetts
and become intimately acquainted: and rfectJy Any editor publishing! aboveand this notice) Connecticut, New York Pennsylvania : Company, ,
familiar with its history, doctrines,'and laws 3 times, and sending a copy of paper, shall receive Established in 1820,abd empowered: tet&dment. -
S Notice. to! knQw its truth, to imbibe its 'spirit feel it* power pay in WOOD UTTERS, whenever twice the amount DelawireMaryland. Carolina, .rot the insurance of Live* and tie est.I

S : MONTHS after date the undersigned |, and partake of its salvation; in a word, to prize, of the Bill is ordered;--0.1', if preferred, a wood engraving South Carolina, Georgia, Ala- nfcbildren.iu Loudon, ,New York of WaslunCAPITA $
SIX we I n some measure,as it deserves, this treasure,which I will be furnished, to order, or, an engraved bam, Mississippi, Texas., -I.. '83OO0OOO." .
S Administrators on the Estate of is indeed beyond price.' 'We predict for it.a cir u- newspaper head, and design, of the Value of Five July, 27 1850. ly ;--
Micajo Dee; bte'ot Oolumbia county, deceasedwil ation.fci' beyond any of the author's? former worb.The Dollars. S Juno 14.Is.n.. ,- Communcniions'addrssad to the .sii=--:
present our accounts and vouchers Neu- Jan 'Tin.' 5 Washington, Df, C.S, will S receive prompt.
.. to the Honorable .S Philip Fraser 1I. TUOMP$
SACKED
I Judge of Probate for said SCENES AXD CHAnACTEns-Uy Rev J. Notice.
"
county, to be.discharged from ,the further administrAtion S T. Ileadley;author' of tho "Sacred Mountains," I i TTORNEYfr: CO UNSELLORATLA IT S .:Attonuy at:Law,ant Commrssiouer.fc'

of said: Estate ;,for',which all per- '& .-This work will add greatly the reputation' SIX MONTHS afterdate. weshall presentour JACKSONVILLE Deeds for North and'South en

persons-heirs, legatees, or persons interestedare ot the author... In literary merit, it more than S : nnd vouchers, as administratrixandadministrAtOTOf FLA.JWILL S P. S.-Referirneceuary,to the Headti efDq
hereby requested to take notice. equals his "Sacred Mountains."* ')II'. Headley excels \ 'the estate of John Stand- attend to any professional business,, S menl".and M..ijlb'rl'fCongre3S cenerallj! ,1

BIIODA CORINTH < tAble glowing style and vivid descriptions. His ly, late !oCAlachua: 1ty,and State of lorida to him in the Courts of the \Wasliinston.!,J CTember,;1* O'-- ; ,
S works arc a rich treasury of all.the '- j:
sublimity of Eastern Circuit .
lecd.J to the Hon. .and the Supreme
,
WM. ROUSSEAU Judge of Probate said Courts at '
,thought, roqving tenderness of and of ;t' :: ; : '"
, S Administrators. t. strength of expression, which passion,arc,to be vigorous found- S county,-for a:final settlement! ; and at the same Tallahassee: lie has also such, an adanta'cous -,. ;In Circuit, GoiirtEastern'CS ,

Little River, Aug. 1C. 1551. iII)'' in all the languages by which mortals declare their time we shall apply to said court for letters of connection> an able Lawyer at Washington :

.- ". _: _..-. minds.-See Vcfiy Globe, Jan. StL : discharge from the administration of said Es- | City, as will ensure a prompt and spcely Florida, in Columbia Coi

S Notice. RA'MBLES AVD SKETCHES-JJyReif.J. T.Headlev. ate. All persons interested are desired to, d collection of such claims as may be placed d;'

:MONTHS nfter date I will .--We have not for& long time sat dpwn to a take. notice.. DICY STANDLY Admi'x.: in his hands against the Uaitcd States. NazcCouic", In ChanceJ7
SIX: present to V ;f
book with Sept.8th 1849. ;
Honorable Judge of Probate for Cot more.pleasing anticipations, :or found SEBRON J. STANDLY Admn'r lyR. \ Bill Divorce_
J0TtN
: those anticipations mor fully! realized than in Ncwnansville. C. COOK. jIT ;
lumbia county ::Dy.'acCounts and vouchers the H Fla.: April :),.18)1. 1
'
as perusal of tho work before '
't Administrator 'usand'wo know it D. Kondrick appearing to,the satisfaction off the
the Estate
Samuel
S Hinsoi will be hailed with gratification by the admirers A GREAT. NATIONAL WORK :
many !
late.,of ,said county deceased j for which all of, tho talented author. His ''NapoelaH and A2. COUNSELLOR tbattheDefendantJobncookissasiclent ,
{ persons, ,concerned nre hereby. requested tQ his Marslutls" was, perhaps, as popular, and found iASlNGkON. -* ATL4IV,' of the State of!lorida,and that J.iI
1 take notice,as I shaD ask to discharged fjom atleast as'many enthusiasticrreadcra'as any book FROM WILL practice inthe several Courts of the residence is unknown to the Coropl .
STUART'S
. .I the farther'administration of said estate. ,that can be mentioned Wd think the "Rambles MOST CELEBRATED Circuit, and in the Counties of 'It is ordered,.that thesaid: Defendant elo
; S S P AIN'l'ING.THIS I Hillsborongb: and
r : "WM.H.: ROUSSEAU. Adm'r, t and Sketches"' 11.1'0'destined to be as popular at Benton of... the Southern Cir'lit and plead, answer, or demur to this J Bifl
S least as any of his'previously largo and m: tiicent'FuLL. Ct of Florida. S :in three
Little published works. LENGTH months"or
River, Aug; 16.18:>>1. Cm POR the :1aDewiIl be Li)
% There te not a dull chapter in tho work, filled'as it OF WASHINGTON, from the burin TampaBay, October! 28th 1849.-nov.17. ,confessed; provided publication be mad
with "an infinite variety." The author has ample ,I of an American artist, is.considered, by all who ; ,order as the law !
I Administrator's Sale. room and verge enough for tho employments of his have seen it, tobo ono of the most beautiful specimens : : directs. t
'W.mm.
Tnnno
fino talents to.great advantage-and most ofart,cvcx published, .and.a correct likeness S .. I (SignedTIIpS.. ,DOUG "
) o N next Monday in tho eighteenth day of September folly has accomplished tho task. Tho biographical eucoes-- Washington. Tbo size of tho plate is 18 by,28 F FACTOR' COMXISSIORMERCHANT S A.true.Copy Test,.i .:. S ''Jfld
obedience
to an order of the Honorable sketch of: the author i* interesting and "wel inches, which will makd a handsome picture for the ,North. '8. SCARBOROUGH
Court of Vowmercit"Whtrr' S ;
Probata Alachua County will offer lor considered," and adds much parlor, and should be in the hands Feb. '
to the value of the of American S IS 31 [March
alo. In front every Feb 1/31.J ,3' j ji
of iho CourtHouse f4. 5
door in tho
book
T Ncwnansvfllc: town which is got up in a very neat and attractive citizen.' ly Charleston,' 8. C. } '''''''
in said county,at public outcry, a style by the It is p S S
publisher.-5f ,Portland Transcript a correct copy from I Stuart celebrated ori S -
:
.. "!: TRACT OF LAND, JJef.Kth.' ginalPaluting, now,at.the, State House, Hartford, Harmonic InstitUte ;I :

containing ono thousand six hundred and sixty-six Mr. Headlcy Is ono of the .Coon." f .. _. .. r. STIMS-ON C1Nevv'York .
S
most'promiing wri ,
acres, situated in said ,torso : It isfinelyengraved.; and printed Comer: of St. Jnllen Street and '
this Market
county Alachna; belongIng ;- country,, and we haro'here one of his on superior squaft; .: Nw-Or1 ns.N
to..the estate! of'Thom Clary, late of.said beet.books-one on.which 'he;can' safely rest his plate paiTerT That it may be within the means of' SAVANNAH GA. -. ,
county, d ceased. The same being sold to the fame. It possesses the all, thtf:publUhCChaa, pay A
nnfatiguing charms of CO., -
-- Importers
debts pe .DOLLAR. and Dealers
of bileExpress
said Estate
1 ,and to make distribution among feet simplicity 'and truth. There is a gracefu L' .in Music, and MUSICAL 1 t ,,
tho heirs of said deceased. frankness nAU: persons re ittinltthe ISS-IKVUKXTS, of
.. pervading tho composition,. which, engage amount, may5r.e ,every description, wholesale and retail.: BY EVE RIY.t H'lr
ly receiving a STEA"HS :
GEORGE..RIDDLE, Adm'r.. tho interest of tho reader in the author upon perfect c Au.l6! ; 185L SOd'TVTOTICE well olin the 1 88 to any part of the.tfriited States, ( :. Dealers.supplied *" i I#..
8ubje t. :His rambles about Rome carefully: put up a t New. Yorkprices : 1 r .OFFICES
: J
.p,4., ,and London.rhihitJiI. .., A_".._.._..._..j ,i:__.itraiU _, on.rollers.mad for the purpose- ,) free of t>OstJuM. .. :- ., .. ,.- SS S S '
: fan -- -- v UWf&S. Address au Oraors, ipas* paiu bllih-r 'J. H. iUU kVkA,' JI'.,' S :No. 19 Wall 'Street :N : 1J
vu wrYork
; win ;
ingenious nature June
:: upon which a.man of 21. ly} ,
1
S DISSOIVTION taste will delight linger.1 WoprcdIctfoI., '. : JOHN & TAYLOR, Agent, Jacksonville.Bounty St.* Chailes J

II' IN IS HEREBY GIVEN, that tho firm of 5'sa.1fivmaJ to that of any of:the author's,_ wQra.--this:a: Bookseller and' Publisher' ,143Nassau- t., N.Y. ,, HotclBailcUngN.OrTiiMobile .;
j CURETON t>' TITUS, it, this ,day,dlJ.I 'SefNew-Ybrl Netct. I 'r' 'i July 5.. .. .* Land,&.General genCYJ; Agent,,JJ. HOT'Every ...1'

solved by mutual consent. AU persons holding The collection'is ono of which ,- ...., WASRNUTON D' C S rr attention :paid to i&olle :
claims agalnrt said firm S no author need( be S s ICE! ICE r I! -- ; .; .
,; toH."L..FRm\CUforletUemcnt.' ; will plcaso 'present. them>, ashamed. It consist,i'1deed, of some of Mr Head- rum S S ; JOSEPH A .:WAtKEBj( I :Draftt, Notuc.: ; "f >
" .... ley's moet'brilliant'and, highfinishedcompositions SUBSCRIBEWpossesa'RccOena., give: :: : .
S .; JOHN' M. CURETON .- f these S JL .-'.'.bio person to make prompt and .efficient, attention to the BOUNTY Sr .
S > ipeclmoiurof hu abilities any Jcey;:in' climate : _
S by which any
l' .' he ,. LAND of ;i '
F. with S : CLAIMS officers and
r T.
TITUS. judged with tho buUittIoezpencortroublo. soldiersengaged,in NOTJCE. t
may The
0 Jacksonville greatest safety to his fame process|s the -, ._ :;
late
August. ;-185L'S M a world-painter and thinker--S New-York eimplo, and can bo? ,:.accomplished :by..tho most Florida War. or;either,of the Jadian .
,. lime E LssusouZJ
LJll ** "**"* "" rf"" ; : "WTI: have
MMHMBM* Trilnme, Dee.'17/A, 1849. ted understanding, .so..as to produce from even Wars in which the United States have.been appointed T. O.hI

pir TIlE* Mills BUBSCRIBEB'havfagpurchascd,. baa fUMnmed the the Em- !N. B.: The 'above Books will be'forwarded to or- 'warm in water,in the hottest climate, a,pure ice,!equal g'aged, or:the; .War rcith, Great Britain ;pf 1812 en: ,' : 5": cra1AgentandAttorneytigett1anaau
psymmit.oLali out essential to that business tho
every .
formed otPa\mer
der, at the prices by natural and to< description name
mentioned free causes. any business
J standing Jiab against the late firm of Cureton of postage,to any: The luxury'a1\f n at requiring an ,, To collect and.
A Titus.. All part of the United States, on the receipt of,orders having 0 e'8. will; in tho Agent or Attorney Washington. -- receive"all debts due thefi1
pewon*haiogclaimsagamet ,' heat \ ,'r:>
.' aoid .with, ,..,Money be pf jununcTf:a pure and delicious ice, will roadily r proca Palmer &'JF.errisby Bond .
firm"will j4ea :leave them with JVIcQtJEKN JuclS risk. money.- .may ,sen.t. .by;mail at my bQ.conce. cd'.1..i1 its r1nglandwarrants his charge :will b6..83. 'In )fortg2 !
; : "advantages : the
lhi. ot also for
TC1jEq,who is the '" cases of ; Darius
oth Erisdec'
nero the subscriber.i.V : authOthedAgentand.. _. .Attor, S .( JO s.T; ri Pn iisher ;t- 5 icknos. v'if Cannot: ,,.bo'.toOfgreAUyfpriiodU: By.this .caliea it;will,be proportioned.J(p the, na, S : All persons:having, i
.' .S. same process,waruxv;Ooccan bo rendere ore and'difficnlty ofthccase., tmandzgalnat5R3
.
3
143'sa-a < : '
delight.S & Ferris
Jtckscnyil1e .Aug. 3 HIRAM" ;.' FRENCH.'Administration ": August 9. S"c <<2ntfNeiff.YorL fully l cold in about'.5,..minutes',.and,icecreams,,with : HJ;will also act. 'in connection! ,wth| Agents 1. or or Darius Ferris deceased &J
,41S5L' g:1m: '" .,.. many other... luxuries 'canb in sent the same to T- Holmesfor ,
-. S .,.." '- <9 madejn.from.. ,10Jo,20 \ttorneys Florida,who may be.empjoyed! in, palmut
all
minutes.
re r S : land persons,indebted Palmer Ferris .
q oanty and &
S. gherciaimap
NotiCe tf lYotice"'JaerebT; The follow/pff notice of j this great btv terms, which rius Ferris,are requested to call ';
G1Ten.
S taken discovery is may agreed,upon.r .-Letters (which ,on 1 9JI
.L ; .should
A LL'PERSONS .toWcviod'are efeby rpH AT I than petition the Hon.:Thomas ffomthf ft!!ejTiYfrk_ un;JMf t post-paid): wilL-receiTe. forsdtlementnrid make
;r
notified Douglas ;
:
'S S tIt JL. Judge of the ; : "A Real ., ( ; immediate a teD.,. E lilmenc.1
JLThat months from,tho date hereof isJiaJj Circuit Court,EasUrn Circuit o S Luxury-- Jr, James .R. Wilmington tion; ;- ; i.'S""
.'f prefcnttoy*ccount pfmy admbustration of the estafc >Florida for leave to IcltLot..N ;;19, indone half of produces from ,by an artifici&l,process,pure and solid ice,: ... ., .J OL ; ug.iS5O.,1 itf:. J 5, t'A.dm'x.orD.FEaJ.Jl't:;
oflrcnryRrt1ejr4eceaacd,*to"the honorable r.otNq. 18, in the.Town ofiAJ1j warm water, in//the heat of summer, in less .W "t ,., ', S *
.belonging to '-' .
,, Judge Probate of Duval county rand ask for a the r minor Samuel Elliott.._ ., .5 than water half M an.hour* ,Aijd,,he can rend r>barrel of : h ) fPDeW '# !Ja ks n ....Jan DAvWLPALMEBJ5I 550. F.

aaUlement with.the same, and .CHARLESRHTCHEIT! O' &idiAii. : cold'ailc,8'ite4rinveqfew.m1nutcs.ha ; : tr : ,'"
S ; ; discharge ej J alj '. i. 5 I ,A : c x fo wJB EIJ4CE89NFIZ1 5 > : 'W: S. ,rt .>i'I.t
"WI; S ; discovcryniusto ,
my.aflrtuniitration, .', I4tvfcT .. immeasp valuo.t4 all,liv., t> I' ,I" t. .. '
: .l .... "' ing South. 5 : to( : / ,,LBUSANNAH JL_ 5 : .J AdinlBi9Srator'4 NotIc I r
_. ?, elm' 5 ; { r
August "*' ** :4 -'NE V'VLO : : ; I
9.1851, : 6m: mNq STO. S Tx&MSv ThU,receipt*'waich ( full !S.I.Zail: lMOTnS&AFT: :
I i f s ruction for. contains lzi: S any part of the Attended : !p f: ..::w! ,
MODE,AcenC'has"&penod aliwt making iio and,'i : to and: present
ilir mo c'rcami, cooling respectolly solicited, our accounts a'ndo cherJW
: J. water, and numerous j. tIn2u, "d S .
J Administration ,N tlie. ; ...AND1DR GOODS'fiXQRE, on. other lcfal mattel'l1rlU be Hon. Judge of Probate '
BaT'ci S for" qlambia'C1'
; treotf forwarded .ZacksonT51ueMaXi1848 ,
.i 4oorEa0tofiMr to.order for Two,Dollars r w : ,tdJ't) .
: S-the.lIODc: S Arrfin IjiivIkt. ,appJyto rllUTJ inrltel tha.eiUtans'Phmegan's, and:respect&: irilTrounding Dt.'J'AB.. by addressing* i ., S I S r 5 ',, 4 Florida for a'.fh I.settlement) and ssk.

S : Qflorre.Hefbert, Judge of thabatt ,-'. -. oflJackwuvillaiandiiK t 4 _.,, _' R.WILMINGXONft ,7 I JoBSPRTmGEzEdUD ." S .... charge flrom*the hei4dmidisthttoitb: !
:Court .
country .
I tot tho County of Cold ;com* and.! eorfox, :thorn f. One' at..N o1LYork.. : : Esute'of "'
ofJUndiistration. 51ft/fr Lett. ,,8 ZTOM Yu will I 1 Agent only iflb inted In each Archibald Hogan?; late of
positivclyvbcyyonr>> ;app r
on'tha ojUtot of.Wlfliaw HIck: 'new store cheaper than: gooda in thiM :vr, and those dCSlrtng'th'' coun 1--j._.:*. .yf_ ._*_.**.' 11- ** ?THp.l7CEt; ; tdic4 dr, of wEIch all..pcrson5Alligalor ..
S Jcr dok4lcd. : .t 1 j ThOMAS )3JJCKLER. ever you>did;uv'. Jaduan* :for:which Agency mutt forward 950, f ** fttr-S <
U S sonviUa before.f ", /. ? ::ur ?. they,win roc6ively'coploj A*! COSrA d slr d t f fien tic Q
of ;
'Aot.t. ),;WL', t. -; 6m J.:MODE. jet;cont Jwpamph, i :large'>wortmen !ofLadies "Yd.rJ..iJ : :
Juno 14 1851 It. Tta1JJnatruct1o
| flt !
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4i'44. fI fashionable Zc.fZ nOd .N8t'rcl
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m.c :
J JUJ e StssDiIfr'r1 BOnUetsandParasols'by t .. ft' ,
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: a
11'b S;kro: k *J. '\ j" ..' $ ti;
SS I May :31. JBOBERTl1
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