The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Jot ia life's opening bud aha lies- Correspondent, stating that the late H'f.< ..
C.CalhottB had hlmn1tID'-
hath paW to yonder skies- .. r-
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than the columns of the Journal a paWfesm.'

Tread gently on the hallowed ground -.' .. .... .. compromisingly,and at times sonnscrtipnS -
Where stablest$ innocence hu..found. .. ly, inimical to.Cuban liberty, I would not hare

Relief from every pain; VOL. XUL .J'4. Soft:dirges sing ;above. sleep, j day's Mercury a long editorial sastaiafngatth'

And there'let fond Affection weep, to my astonishment,c Mr. Calhoua's alleged yo-

JFor tear-drops.green.the. grave,win keep, features will.never obliterated>> from my Napoleon's e Emperor, who hurried'in and covered his sition in regard to Cuba. I do not inteaajoenter ,
memory-for to you 'I owe my life. Do you At this .with both his hand The .into the merits or,demerits of.the"acqui.. ._
rain. length morning d : rolled
LSke.showers of summer remember the deserter On ; carriage sition that Island -
poor leaving yon to the first stage of of ;or even those of her independence -
I went to Holland and being a good,accountant missariesj, respectful even Napoleon's exile. as bearing D the future development -' .
blest nliel'tI" of their
tiers duty,
Aad are requested
I soon obtained a situation as a clerk in a safety, grandeur, and .peace-of these: .
balm of grief name the hour for his Street Eti...... :
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i The. refreshing
merchant's office. My good conduct. and seal United States. The immense majority of the I
60 let the tears flow free, soon gained for me the confidence, of my em. midday. Many persona' who are rigid in their practice American people have already,with their naa .
'; Oft as pIl'IIIlta1loTe shall mill plover and the affections of his daughter. All that remained to him '.in the drawing-room,. or 'at the a] sagacity and common sense, made up their ,
Th winning 1 -the gentle kiss When he retired from business, succeeded to say, the generals of his table', seem entirely to forget that good minds," upon th subject:: I am'thai flit r* :
officers of his household is
The infant prayer-the tones of bliss him and became his son in-law, but without enjoined on them in tbeltied'as lieved. But wheal see even the great aaat) .
Petit Athalin La Place They leave their
without without civility at the door and of the South Carolina thrown .
care Statesman into
That bunt from life young glee you, your your generous vants assembled to take '
assistance, I should pot have lived to enjoy so at ten .- We up effrontery with their walks our.adverse lC&1eJ feel,that.I have,,.however
before his cabinet have had
And yet, there is no cause for grief; much happiness. Generous man! consider commissaries-a t and.the our say open Street smo' reluctantly, one word to say fn (his connection.
henceforth house fortune and myself poor and offences to which we now refer When Gen. Lopez made a vtsit to Washingtoain t
Wben.lik.e the morning flower, whose leaf my ,my in seem;venial but
ants a palace formerly ; they are almost equally 'the
as wholly yours. the spring of 1849, Hon. John 0.Calhoun >
to the sun, .
Sbata softly' The kind doctor was affected even to tears;; His courtly retinue. was the first gentleman in that city.who
The eyelids of lair childhood dose, and both' these happy beings participated in marshal of the palace, There is the starer, who, though troubled called on the GeneraL He even carried his

Upon a world of sin and woes, the* most delightful expression of the feelings, of fidelity above the ,other near-sightedness we may Judge from civility to the extent of making a second call

la Death's untroubled,deep repose which were soon shared by the merchant's interesting Emperor.. He.came lorgnette suspended by some fathoms of before his first had been returned. In his'con. i
nance calm and composed. black ribbon or gold chain-spies every venations with Gen. Mr. Sanchez .'
Life's conflict scarce began.fnrellaneouu. family who came to join them. Lopez, through
the line of his last .friends, woman afar off.U'Pon my word well and myself he expressad himself as warmly .
left, and extending his : looking at!I" he ejaculates to his fellow in behalf of Cuba and her annexation,u has
The Baronne Street Weddln;. drew tears. and the is '
moistened with lady
! compelled to advance any other man in the country, either or
.A street of streets is Baronne street. With that silence; impression full fire from the battery of their glan- since. A short time after a prominent South..'
From Blo JDotJ'* Magazine. the rnmblf railroad cars, the music of bur- words to attempt to ; Nor do they hesitate to turn when jest era Senator favored me with an appointmentin \.
dy-gurdyists excitement of police move of that 'adieu ] for a peep under the bonnet brim
The Rescued Criminal quence no the recess room of the Senate, Mr. Calhoun i
ments, a shooting match occasionally, and matrimonial that expecting that the
was expressed by subject of this q ues- was invited therto,as were also four other Senators
a A great number of persons who knew the doings ever and anon, there is no That of the Emperor was': compliment' is extremely delighted. three Democrats and one Whig. The
celebrated Dr. B-, a p ofessor of the lack of the approved elements of excitement on of his rank, and of the glove to gaiter they could catalogue her purpose of the gentlemen, as it seemed to me,. 1
r College: of Surgeons, have often heard him 'relate Rue Baronne.On : ral, sorrowful, and ,and arefull Iy prepared to pass judge wa principally to learn Mr. Calhoun's views ,
the following anecdote: n classical square of.this famous street, a that he respected his own : ; upon it. They are the individuals who upon a subject of such vital importance to the
One day that he had procured the bodies of stalwaat Emerald from the "Isle of Saints," seemed as if his brush off blue barege veils, for the country. Mr. Calhoun then expressed himself

two criminals,who had been hung,for the purpose took up his residence sometime since,and being closed an epoch'of fifteen purpose of picking them np, and re as decidedly as to the justice of our cause;;the
of anatomy, not being able to find the key of an ,intellectual torn, fond to a fault of the the misfortune for France; them ; or by the merest accident in the assistance which would be lawfully profferedby :
of the dissecting room at the moment the two shooting of "young ideas,"-he determined to man but the empire that contrive to prevent the escape of a flut the American people in case of insurrectionand
subject were brought, he ordered them to be open & -Day and Night School," as an "Eng- forth with the majesty of a handkerchief.But his non-apprehension of European inter

deposited in an apartment contigious to his bed lish and classical teacher. ," famous for "mortali With measured step and ladies are sometimes in fault, as well as ference, as he had: done on former occasions.
room. ty and mensuration. the guard and by his friends though, not precisely in the same: -The gentlemen present fully coincided
Daring the evening Dr.B--wrote and In due course,of time the school was opened, I I the long gallery of Francis We don't believe they can tell with his views. Such, Messrs.Editors, were
''r read as usual previous to retiring to rest. The but how it succeeded,is not our province to re moment on tha landing of gentlemen's pumps have buckles or the opinions and sentiment of John C. Cal-
'" clock had just struck one, and all the family late. A subject more delicate claims our re and looked around ou the or that'one of them has discovered that houn in the spring of'49. The Wilmot Proviso .
slept soundly, when all at once, a dull sound gard-a matter of the heart and not the head. the court of the guard of sleeves are worn an inch wider. We do question then assumed increased gravity,
proceeded from the room containing the bodies. Truth to say, it wag as much a subject of numerable multitudes accuse them of staring-but this gathering and as the contest became fiercer, Mr. Cal-
Thinking perhaps the cat might be shut up boast with our pedagogue, that be had* "a heart country which had knots at the street corners, or at shop win houn's views underwent a visible change. He
there by mistake, he went to see what could be for the ladies" as that he bad a head well I great historical event, to talk over the last engagement,or fash- was no longer for action, but for procrastination.
What skilled in pouring 'the fresh instruction o'er count it to their children. of a bonnet,is not exactly the in bu '
the cause of the unexpected: noise. was thing He felt, no doubt, that the Cuba question -
his astonishment,or rather his horror on dis- the mind. feelings agitated the breasts hours Imagine a gentleman with a late would draw the minds of tlie.people*from
t covering that the sack which contained the bodies Reader, gentle or stern of sex, long in suspense in which there were more! account coming at full speed upon such an internal to an external contest, and that

was torn asunder, and, on going nearer we will not keep yon. Our hero loved fenders! But the greatness The concussion both outwardly and his issue, his "threshold"7; might be postponed I

c he f>nnd that one of the bodies was missing! well-perchance, wisely. As blooming a wid- the sorrow for misfortune temper, might pros serious in its conse- if not abandoned. Then, but not till I
I The doors and windows had been fastened ow as ever enwrapped her charms in the:weeds decorum in all,produced We have &oPbjection to a little in- then, did Mr. Calhoun express himselfas !
f with the greatest care, and it appeared impossible of woe, was widow 0"W., and her.he loved- Insult at such a moment chit-chat-nobody likes it better than quoted by the correspondent of the Journal ef
g that the body could hare been stolen.- more than that-the tender flame was recipro- the cries of 'Vive as our readers well know-but let it be in Commerce. But Mr. Calhoun's hopes were not

The good doctor appeared rather nervous on I cated. soldiers themselves time and place. Ladies themselves realized. The South did not unite even in the
remarking this, and it was not without un In the hurrying cycle of events, it was appointed solemn, of too religious an of this feminine foible. And again- absence of the Cuba excitement;: Were he now
o+ way sensation that he began to look about : that the widow and the pedagoguewere clanation: ; they felt a deep' we ask for information, is it etiquette for living, every consideration invites ns to the
kim, when to his horror, and amazement, he to lose their seperate identities in the their consciousness of to kiss in the street? You see a party belief;' that having failed to unite the South
perceived that the missing body was sitting upright oneness of matrimonial unity, on Sunday evening fortune, and felt that now five ladies meet, and there are ten kisses to upon the admission California, he would
in tie corner. last. glory was about to set and gone through with all round. The bystan strive to do so, with greater probabilities 'of

I Poor Dr. B ---, at this unexpected nppmtion. .A worthy priest was engaged to tie the silken : sink for ever behind the might not object, if they were permitted success, upon.the Cuba platform, thus obtain.
became transfixed with terror, which knot-the school room was fitted up for a the waters of the share in the amusement; but as it is,*we lag for her that "equilibrium" with which- ..
f was increased by observing, the dead and sunken coming feast, and many were the invited guests They envied the lot of the propriety of the proceeding. .along can this Union be preserved, thnvp-Uae" .,
of the corpse fixed upon him-which who assembled to witness the sacred ceremo- rades whom fate or choice Gazette Union of the South.
t cur he moved those dreadful eyes still lowing them to be the I am gentlemen, very respeef ally,
way ny.Forth
followed him. on the floor stood the affianced ones, led Emperor. Their Heads The Language ef Hewers. hoar obed' sur&,

. Tie worthy dottor, more dead than alive bridesmaids and groomsmen by their sides.- heir looks mournful, and Being present at'a party not long since, our AMBROSIO JOSE GONZALEZ,of Cuba; :
, Be silent for in the looks of the pedagogue furrowed cheeks of the
began to beat a quick retreat, without, how- Envy knowledge was brought into requisi
ever losing si&.htor th* object of his terror; sg a,and the widow fair,enough of happiness drums been covered with by several, persons who were desirous of Birds:
be retreated by step,one Land holding on is concentrated to keep your tongue forever appeared like an army boquets to their friends, composed of The American Agriculturalist gives the
the candle the step other extending in search of on the wag? Be silent, Envy of their general liapol : significant to their sentiments: As well following anecdotes of the labors of the birds;'

} the door Which, be lecgtb; gained but there Hold, what is this Angels and ministersof martial and penetrating we .were able we gave the most approved "We give an anecdote related tons' by ,GOT.-
is the has risen and followed Grace, defend us!" A frantic female rushes ions and squadrons, had in language to our young friends, and this Aiken, of South Carolina, of the rice'tards.: '
... kim no whose escape livid, features spectre added: to the lateness in like the rushing of the Simoon into the expression of tender regard .we xesolved to publish that attached to These little creatures gather round theHfcelds

'\I of the hour and stillness of the night, gardens of Araby,and claims the pedagogue; asher What days of battle, of glory most common blossoms. It is a'pretty at harvest time in 'countless myriads; and of,
seemed to conspire to deprive the poor doctor lawful husbaud. There is confusion now lot the sight of that army to talk ofjtoiccrf- those brightly ting coarse: consume' considerable grain. :Some
! and with furious eccentricityinto Where they who which God bar'strewed all the ...
of the little he has left his strength Blood comes goes now were ? things over years agO It dctciaia8 war upon
II candle courage falls from ;his hand and the faces of the affianced. Now tinging when it traversed with him sides and valleys of our land. It is ret'or- them and drive them out the country;md theme
falls the ,
t the terrible : is now, in complete dark- their nasal protuberances with a roseate hue- Europe, Asia, and Africa of a celebrated. .botanist-Linnaeus the sure was in some degree successful 6s forgetting _
! scene now leaving them pale and ashy as the noses remained of those millions i't we think it was-that he once con- rid of birds. 'What are birds good for?'

ness.The has however gained his of the dead. fore his l'1eat And yet a dial of flowers.' The flight of .time Thence planter soon'found out, for with:.the
good and doctor.thrown,himself ou, the bed- With hurrying tongue the intruder told how 'ul,and he was going to told by their opening and closing. .But to decrease of birds,the worms increased so.rap-

apartment hat the fearful, has still followed him; she had been married to the pedagogue in other The Army was himself task. The language commonly attached to idly,that. instead of a few scattering grains ,to
spectre and seises bold of his feet lands-how she had lived with him long, longer behold itwhat would teed the birds,'the whole crop was demanded .
It him
has caught climax. of terror the and loved him well-how she had been forsaken all to the sword, and with Dahlia is-Forever thine. to'fill the insatiable maw of the:army which ;
', with both hands. At this "Whoever yoti are in Cincinnati!-how, hearing that her lost alL lie hesitated a Hy&cinth-AJI'tCtion returned. ameto destroy every young shoot ,as \they
doctor loudly exclaimed. let its hold, husband was about to be married to another, scending, and seemed as if Jonquil-First lovt. sprung from the ground.' Most undoubtedly ,
s. leave the!' At this the spectre go she had hastened to this city to break in upon the palace mechanically. Blue Violet-Faithfulness or, I must be the birds were invited back again with a heart jrelcome.

and moaned feebly these words" : "Pity, good he unholy arrangement, and claim her lawful He rallied, however, and !lt to be found, Rice cannot .be cultivated,with".c
:The doctor now
hangmen! have pity on mi.
i descended the stairs to White Violet-Modest virtue. their assistance. i"
discovered the mystery And by littleand to little the lord.The priest having listened to this well-told i The drums beat the salute. Althea-Iwouldnct act'contrary to reason. A few years ago the blackbirds in northern .

regained his composure lie explained call tale, refused to go further with the ceremonyand le imposed silence, and Bachelor Batton-Hope even in misery. pan Indiana were considered a grievous
criminal: who he was, and prepared to up left, taking with him her who claimed to the battalions he made a Cape Jessamine-Mj heart is joyful. nuisance to the farmer. ;Whole fields of.oats

some of his family. be the r.Ce. to speak. The drums Cedrr You are entitled to my love. wen sometimes'destroyed: 'and depredations
. "Doyou then wish to destroy ad After their departure, the wine and wbiskey still; and the almost breat China Aster Yon have no cause for.discour_ upon late corn were greater than could, be>I.be
discovered ven-
tht criminaL alf I am my flowed, and when they had catured the his voice, re-echoed by the loved, if told. The farmer sowed .anthe
t;' tare will become public, and shall be brougbito of heads of the company. an accommodating magistrate palace, to be beard to the Bay-I change but in death.... birdareaped. He scolded'and.they/ twittered. -
n the scaffold second time. .In the name was sent for,who tied the knot after the 'Officers, subalterns, and Broom CornIndustry.Heart's : Occasionally 'charge brought ,a score, but
Jt itminity, save me fromdeath77Thegooddoctor forms of law, and the pedagogue and the wid- guard said, 'I bid yon Ease-Forget me not. made no more impression upon the great sea
It then rose and procured a ow were pronounced one flesh. and twenty years have I Locust-Sorrow'endeth not when it seemeth. of birds than the removal of*single bucket of
,i light he muffled his unexpected visitor in take an "On with the dance 1"! Gay is the school- ing in the path of honor i rater from the great salt puddle.:: A.few jean

;;,. ,old dressing gown;and having made desire him to room now Twirling in the giddy rounds and latter times, as in those of' done.Magnolia Perseverence; or, .yon are ens of later,. every green thing.on the land seemed .
t Jome restoring cordial, testified a I on fantastic toes, the bride and groom and at- ban never ceased.to be ,m I ture'l nobility.MyrtleLove.. destined to destruction by :the army wornu-r
it ,know whit crimes brought him to the ICAIi tendant statellities forgot what, in the early bravery. : Withered love betrayed. Man was powerless: a worm among worma-

i t 'Told. .evening$!: appeared to be a death-blow to their With men such as yen Peach Blossoms-Here I fix ray choice.: Jut.his best:friends; the bated black birds,
He was a deserter. joy. The revelry within produces a revelry have been lost; but the war ; Pink, variegated You have my friendship, came to his relief just in time to save;;when .ail
n The good doctor did not well know what without and the institution of the Charivari is it might have been a no more.: SmIled losL Ko human aid could, have, saved
if meats to employ to save the poor creature. He vindicated, by the "Sheet-IronBand it would have been ; Evening Primrose Man's love is like the him._ >How thankful should man ,be,.that.God
,conl4 not keep him in the house, and to turn of life," have therefore sacrificed moon. has given him'for his companions and fellow .
hour glorious
;4 ,Mm out would be to expose him to certain With MA crowded kettles pans, and drums and fife. of the country. ,1 leave Rose Bud-Thon hut.ltolen ,ray affections.Rosemarj aborersin the cultivation j of the earth,.theseovely
c death. The only way.was then to get him to street! For friends, continue to' serve ;-:Keep: ;this for my sake-Ix11 re birds.- The laborer-.is yorUay" of;hire.1.
the country;so having: made him dress himself All hail, triumphant without a was my only thought;' it ,tbee."DiffodilSelf- "" -" *. .. Why should we grudge the little moiety claimd .
in some other clothes which the doctor selecteJ noise, and deviltry,,and din* ,thou art jed| of my most fervent -love ia thy besetting by the busy-little,fellows 'which .followed:

from his wardrobe,he Id.to..n early accompanied rivaL The :Grieve not for my lot. : Ice plant- rfriloo.b freeze me. he plough,'and snatched the worm away.from
by his protege,whom be represented as But now a new excitement' with arises.it the hopes"of company to outlive myself is, with Ladies SlIpper--You are.too,wild for sober,. the stele that it might prodnei: grain,;1'01" hixnd .
ssaa assistant iu a difficult cue upon which is breaking np, and promoting; your,glory I t & & our substance ,No,honest;man ;would
1 \)had been called in. the pedagogue. The' with her clawi-' deeds we have achieved Oak-;I honor you above all others.White cheat: ft bird of his spring and summer's? .work.1 '

,When they had gone into the open country, .. remain beneath the sanw roof contented to: myc i1dr.entl would fain Rose=Art has spoiled your beauty.. ... .
the wretched ,-creature threw.himself at the :sal: lord,'declaring that she had make Lefme ac least embrace Tansey-I mean to.insult you;Ideclare war .,1'nU.. iEleetaess.. ,
-feet of his benefactor and ub r.to1j.to ..whomrhe the marriage by the magistrate merely. colors you.Wheattake. Fall returns from ten counties ,give BelI.si

swore an ete gratitude; anti the generous sure of her.chosen one, but before matrimoni abe would*, At these words the care. f your. ears; they are.the, oajority for Governor.1200 over,all Bothers,
doctor having relieved his wants by a ,ratify the act,IT admitting: him to feted it shudder ran t pan aboutyoa' 1 I .[oward,for, Congress has a plurality .ot,1le? :
.assail sum of money, the grateful creature left al prlTaleges,.she must be married, by n holy_ ; their arms; quivered. Mimosa- Your',irritability hides your! otherI inndred.over MCLeod. .,8catteringretniti in. 5

fetm with many closings and pray era:/or his father of her own pure church.' de nnrred. manded tbeold'guirddn qu litl.tS.. [I crease their numbers. ,There is.a little,doubt ..
this decision, ,the, pedagogue f is elected GovernorHenderson
happiness. To .wife marshals man of: Box VineIchange not that. Bell : ,
About twelve years after this occurrence\ with becoming gallantry, but the widow the save feelings-at : 'Wall 1'10"er'l7' .onii above timeorYearinNQW' Jeutenant Governor;Howard member of,,Con-
tPrr:B-- had :.occasion to visit Ams wu inflel1dle' and u yet., the teacher and poleon advanced between "{t' grass from the .atenJJ and,.Benny from.'the

terdam. Having 'gone one"day ,to the' bank, roung.ideas, it, at farthest but a Lnsband: diers and their Emperor. ', : thy art- is known., sky. spell EutDistrieL '

he was accosted by a well dressed nan, one .halg. him for along time, and.. not Lake :Erie
V O. .J:! &tJ.Itl..tat.ed At Chiago'latelJthe'Tater'of : ,
-%..lad ken pointed out to him as one of the This t&leJ.a.teallty- sobbed ato d. At this Holly-Come near me if you'dare. and fellfrom.two to four,feet,eveiT': halt
most opulent merchant In the city. sob'waslfeard through all 'Butter Cop! -Deceit_ is often_thus covered.' I rose ,
At dusk'Jn.t enening
that hour during an en reda1.: .
of the newspapers; a
were mime
'Themenhantasked bimpolitely.if'be the
t i diem brushed away: & was
'toot Doctor=-of'London, .and "on .his 'gentleman"'IWng'in Virginia.wrote ,to:: his with their left h ndl., \; IxrgIWAL"MAcittitts roil .,.-person: ,While' the surface of the the lake per of

.answering Wm in the affirmative,pressed him .brother in Ohio that he desired to'emancipate i ,'Bring me the eagles,' Norfolk,Va, ,whose name we are not liberty (ectly,smooth, the water rose hour to Similar height occurace'have' -
-to dine at' his house -which'':invitation ,ah.-> hundred slaves, and send them to Ohio.Hisbrothef : ", who desired to imprint give,writes to the CubaDJ'unta1.n; thjs city, f bur feet twice an.
one beforeremarkedin""LakeSfishigan :
the back that he could not do them the use of eight "Infernal :Exterminating ie .
wordy doctor accepted. TOn arriving wrote these standards the memO!) proffering 'lakes: aid
'u''el1asA'oU.tr great
.tatrchaat's house, be:was shqwri'to an elegant ,that thai tb.State would,not receive:,th'and grenadiera advanced, ; Seven barrel guns." Each instru! :
apartment, where a most charming woman end would- ':make.nsideraWe-tido aviuchaOTopoaition eagles of. :the_ regiment. &, be says,will discharge 200 ounc -and-a- &he, .streams, <.-.., Which, connect- them: =

two lovely,children welcomed him in the moat'TrI.d'i ?' but. he wrtd.roggeit>> wajr in phies ;soJ dear,to the soldier; : half tails per seeoadthe discharge being made Corx-nnoV:An institution made up of flutes 4

manner *hioh ,reception.surprised ['which he'c onW accomplish hit Intention. iHeWbedI to;h'u breast, and; placing ) ; fast U the pieces can be'simThe eight and moonlight=a>rm f. h brings discretion

,'ilia:1Ia, more;.coming" 'from. ,:Pishe. 41atftt hlmMlo 'Ukelhe-flwei talk Wheeling of. ; claimfedln.a manly but'? machines,would, thus'discharge sixteen.he hunt to a full stop; and marks with>star the m rta.
taking sajito
before met, ship them'fotCindnnatti and Eagle;, may tlala'Jut ; Bred;balls per' secondrmowbgidowa mil of::ouriojiesw1! 'Conrf 5 g-converts r: omtaiato'ingels
", .'After''distter'iliem toercaant, i having- taken :themrtorKew'Orleaae.a. *!,.*-':- oUtioDiJ-... ;..A In the hearts of all my ft deadly,certainty,'any entmy\that> dared to ,-*'mouths info Dontf.tiOthbethe6ea

"Km into Discounting ;house. aeiied: -bandr cwonld atealt1t.ela all away Aom, '- ,*Wm. ., .1 ..AT....'J" Farewell again, my old approach:' ,0nly one man i*required jto work; becomes. ft'graat hivti' swettswhilo
'-.at having ressed it-with. friea411l1tl..th'*:. him much trouble! "" .. M well! The.wholt army etch machine. ;Gag man;could therefore dfa'. ; '!klsaes'are the >i ei that *'kec up" .the.. p11.'Ap .
to'im j. .. 'rl f i.i d the only:reply was one ,loJ1 charge 13,000 halls.pez:honr 'J; t : '1ji eI'y lf.! -f Old tkb hIM eta
;->>Oo1t lS rI oUeotaet" ; 'J., t t & tdt .VNo u d tbt'dotat:; '" ;/.. 't., ?. ;bb'awbats is$tig Tleti.es. "p,: trend open n.Ut4JaJl m ,it r A" ood i1&mJtt nt''tn.. ,.:!,r't :I;;:: ::;;., ;bl'ffled., ... ... .. ,. -,.: 't. .. .Y., "t:1 ""'4>> .
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t .Communecatttr. I Ij' tioo of slavery at the bidding of our fanatics T'lI-E: NE: WS. IIIS TEMPER.: : hat' wilfully connived.* S JJa"_iliSnJ '

would be the dissolution of American society F We regret exceedingly to find that our amiablecontemporal'1 we should- .f iirirt. ., -- tril-- _?* :rw. ;.
itself.. the disorganizers steadily should have so entirely forgotten the climax." "Now :
: ';ITow.' Sare the Republic," Ac. They see : youean: -now 1 W .oL!
has adranoing, and that we are taking no efficient himself to lose*his temper and lay aside his good |ght!" "Political.revilertf .accuse .
.;- Boston, the, capital of Masiachussetts means to repress them, and they very naturally to remarks the late
manners' in replying our on meat jrith wishing to suppress the Cuba
l>eeo'' oCher from the Union ,the '
rrogAntly utlleiIb7aotne presses, consult secession as -
Cuba Meeting: 'To keep'cool, and avoid naughty -the editor denies the charge,'and
"The Athens the nama orseIC-preserntion'that remain to .
of Confederacy" assumed only means
be but we of ''theNorth epithetfa the ant Ion to be learned by an ed- prove that the President and Cabinet hari'
They may wrong, .
virtue her pre.enilnencinhiteratur&ftfl1
: by supposed i hare no right to blame them for doing; itert It he wish to command respect, or advance the rod at it from the. _first;:anderen1rtayed"t W Jt; .,

philosophy; what we are forcing them to do, if they wisl character of his paper. Nothing was further from their posts fof hat parpow- !arid he w '

Neither'denying nor admitting the justnessof to retain any semblance of freedom. JACKSONVJLLEFLA. our intention' than to misrepresent the remarks 'declaring they did not /rJ11colniTl! ,

this assumption I will barely suggest! that "Let no man deceive himself witH the vain made by our eloquent neighbor; and if he had kind of"metaphy cs""doe. ur'neJghborP .

the commercial emproium orVanke dom might I hope the that this radicalism would now represented with the by Saturday, September 0; 151. pointed out to us wherein we had misunderstoodhim -vnwilfulcon7zivaflCe' ii'' ?.
I Free-soil party stop mere -
urge. ..a..title to the name of the ancient. .Capital. abolition of negro slavery. It is the persuasion -- we would cheerfully have corrected it: but -Th

JLtticamuch. more incontestable. than the of so,many: of our citizens that it would, AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. instead, of this, ho gets into a towering passion and "PARTY AFFILlATIOlfX ; i

.referred to. which renders it so dangerous. The abolition :MAJ. JOHH B/CARD: Tallahassee, Fla.J. compares us'with exquisite taste, to* "a'fty-buncn The last Florida Republican contain_

The Apostle of the Gentiles has recorded of ofsb.ery"bY-Ti.olenceaglLin.s the will />f the .' G. REARDON, Esq., Ocala Fla. leg of mutton on a lmtelur"ltalll'" But we ,do'' tnalteeuratzoacwith the above eaption;tfjiyj

the .ancient Athenians that they spent their tho masters, and without Twe compel-them compensating to nurrenderwould them for,: T.(P. KasNEDT1Eq, .,Tamp ,(Fla. not complain of this exhibition of temper, we only i the editor,Beta tip a man. straw, that ht,.. '

time in telling or hearing some new thing; and property be a great evil, but it is one of the light. Gen. 8. RUSSELL, Newnansrille, Fla. deplore it: we shall not retaliate for our education have the fan of demolishing,him himiej tt><\jf
unfits us for the task: Those who claim a goose we do not object to the editor's L
that he found among them "an altar with this estevils to be expected 'from the progress .or' B. FRISBY, Esq, Garey's Ferry, Fla. indulging
i Free-soil fanaticism. We assure the public, for their crest have a right to hiss, but wo claim no in such innocent amusements, in at maea'aiLd
inscription GEO CENTKR Esq St. Augustine Fla.
I and it is the point we wish particularly. to impress such heraldic privilege; we enter into no such not able to' demolish the fabrics >

iTo THE UNKNOWN GOD." : upon our readers, that the abolition of Judge A. STEELE, Cedar Keys, Fla.S. competition, and shall tilt with no such Knightt! one else. Bat we shall not permit him ereetfWk to ?

.-Now it is not written as far as I know that negroalaveryisonly an incident in Freesoilism. GLINSKT, Esq., .Pilatka, Fla.HO If our excitable neighbor had pointed out to'us in sent us so grossly, without exposure.' \F'U aristM..

the Yauiee Athenians hare erected Neither the Free-sollers foresee _
actually nor we can '
what particular we had. misrepresented him, or been aware for some time past of his efforfc

a materiil altar (though their legislatures do where they would stop. Combining, as FOR CUBA! I what single word wo attributed to him, which he public Antlpri'Mtt, to make it W ytJ
appear that.
they do in one all the several classes of funa I <
'- norshif a gilded Con Fisn ;) but it must be tics in the country, and being the party oppos. The steamer Pampero came into our port on did not utter, he would have found us ready to an extreme party man, and to excite his OWl M.

remembered thatthe Puritans have a mortal ed to law,to constitution and governments, certain Sunday last, and remained here until Tuesday, make the amende. If he had frankly declared against ns, but have not heard of the first fa J

aversion to symbols, and hence, although they it is they would not stop so long as there making some repairs upon her machinery. She himself a Fillibuster, and openly renounced in which he has succeeded. What his maiay"'-*

t hare, as yet erected no tangible altar to, they remained a single. safeguard for individual I was received with acclamations by our entire popu- party odboFiflmore&tuteri, which he Instinctively is easily conjectured. He, endeavors' to iei if

may: nevertheless be worshippers of, an nknonn freedom, or a single institution capable of imposing lation, who turned out to greet her She sailed discovers is getting very small-we would have received impression that we. aro'thedefesdersof'the
the least restraint upon' lawless and Tuesday afternoon, taking from this the sinner with and W.
again place repentant open arms, Democrats if he will
GOD. despotio will. No doubt there are honest but ; produce a sij i&!..
about 120 men. and a large quantity of arms and welcomed him into the fold found sheep but
as a ; tence taken from the' News
It is well known that there is a party, or deceived individuals in the party, who will not ;since we hart Win
all with 11 but will not all ammunition, including several cannon. She will we did not so understand him, nor has he even charge in which we have undertaken
sect in the hireling States intent upon the ex- go lengths ; they go hat W
touch along the coast, and take in a full complement f made his recantation. We have no doubt
tirpntion of all the Christian virtues and the with it; but they will impotent io restrain then we will give it up. A few weeks since,,"
it, and the party itself augmenting its forces of men, acd then sail for Cuba. They could however, that he will do so, after waiting a little lished an extract from the letter of

propagation: in their stead of nil the opposite as it marches, will on whithersoever its licentious have obtained at this place as many men as she longer; and when that glad day arrives, we will Mr. Toombs, of Georgia, in which he aeeepUaefV desenlwt;

'- vIces. and despotic principles lead, unless speedily needed, if it bad been certainly known in the interior have more rejoicing over him than over ninety- two parties North. and stated that we beEered fc

Boston which was a few years ago but a and effectually resisted by the sounder that she'would have been here. nine patriots. 4 .' lj
$ account of them to literally true. We
part of the community or by the merciful interposition tn sjgof
Misionuystation will be under the command of The "nnkindest of all*' and the that
supplied by stipendiaries of Divine Providence.This The Expedition cut one the same opinion We hue not published.

from abroad: has now become the high school Col. Henry T. Titus, Lieut Col. Theodore 0'IIara sunk deepest into our sensibilities-was the allusion Vermont Resolutions, nor those adopted
by (fc
? in America for propagating the new faith-re- number is already so long that I must (who were in the Cardenas Expedition,) and Maj. to our own poor speech. This was cruel and Massachusetts Democracy, because wean imj

bring it ton close. David Provence. Captains S. St. Geo. Rogers, uncalled for, and our neighbor ought to recollect
F ligion of Pre -Soilum, ihcun. norrn God of the abundance of other matter of more htemtitf.
T In my next I shall give some extracts from Williamson, and Colvin, arc on board in commandof that every one is not gifted with eloquence like his:
t. new sect. importance to our readers.: What we banliehed &
the Rev. Mr. Parker's sermon. companies.The It is not every one that could address an audience |
r Mr.Brownson the gifted editor of the Review of the proceedings of the Whigs ofNnrTo
. I men left with a full appreciation of the dan- "all night and on a thousand topics," as he assured .
,.. published in Boston from which I we have done to expose the hypocrisy .of.ti Ji
I quoted
gers and responsibilities they were incurring and us he could do. All we could do, and all we. attempted .
; and Exclusion of Negroes from Indiana. ministration, .and to correct the false Impr
from which I shall hereafter make larger: will make for themselves "a place in the picture," was to make ourselves understood,and to '.
The citizens of Indiana have adopted by a raised by the Republican and similar prints
f" extracts, was himself some years ago an adro I when brought into action. give vent, in homely phrase, to the honest feelings .
large majority, the article ofthe new constitu- hare been constantly proclaiming that tnerr'I
f.ate; of abolition; but disgusted by the excesses tion excluding from the State, which of the heart. We told what we would do as an .
negroes "returning sense of justice" springing ,
:. nnd nlarmed by the tendency of the doctrines was submitted to a vote seperate from that on THE NEWS FROM CUBA. American lie told what ho would if he were a minds of the people of the North which up

", ; of tHe sect, he'yielded to the dictates of sound th e constitution. This article declares that no We' have received nothing later from Cuba than Cuban! We endeavored to give utterance to our n--
Here bo without foundation.
:. I .h i: Igement and an enlightened conscience and negro or mulatto shall come into or settle in that we published last week, which we received by genuine impulses. Hit task appeared to be to

j is of the most and I the State after the adoption of the constitution.All the schooner' Ie., direct from Key West, and in conccrri his. Yet,under such embarrassing circumstances We hare taken but little notice of ihe aett at
J.? : now one courageous -
Northern because there
contracts made with any negro or mulatto he than Democracy, is no pctj'press
I I advance of the mail. more eloquent we,which proves
7. I antagonists of the lawless, blasphemous coming into the State are to be void; and all him the in this State, or in the adjoining ,"
There can be but little doubt that Gen. Lopez is greater orator.
f gsng. persons who shall employ or otherwise encourage attempt to extenuate their course; but then
He finds fault with i
the of Havana, and that his our report of the proceedings
advancing city
mulatto to remain in the upon
The following, cs well as the extract above negro or those (the Republuan, for instance,) who
the arsa
from the of meeting, because our modesty would not
State, to be fined in any sum not less than ten forces are daily increasing by acquisitions permit
refined to, is taken from Mr. Brownson's review dollars us to that the two editors had made posed to gloss over all the acts of the:Nodhm_:
nor more than five hunndred dol1ars.11 .- inhabitants. It is also probable that ho has re- say beautiful
p r; of a sermon preached by the Reverend Theo- fines which which Whig, and to magnify every thing that tbsya
., .... .... .. may be.collected. _for a violation ceived reinforcements from New Orleans and other speeches, were"applauded the echo, .
D uurc ruruer m ..ivuuuu the occasion 01 the 01 ine provisions or asia article, or any law ports in the United States, as we notice the sailing and now, In order to please him, possible, we declare torture into a conservative movement.' The7 *

Ii a delivery of the runaway negro Sims to his which may hereafter bypassed for the purpose of two large steamerS from New Orleans with large they did,particularly! one of them, make very Democrats_ or at least the more modertU'*I
\ carrying the same into execution, to be set tion of them, are all Compromise men.' We...]
master, Mr. Potter of.Savannah. numbers of men, and of several vessels from New elegant speeches! '"
t apart and appropriated for the colonization of reconcilably opposed to it;.'of course we eta]
"Mr. Parker plainly counsels resistance to of such negroes and mulattoes, and their descendants York, Texas: and other places loaded with men Although the tone of the article relative to the i

I' the laws down-right treason, and civil war-, as may be in the State at the adoption and munitions. charge made by onr correspondent.Pfrti'wT, and no affiliation with them., Our anxious desih fy:.

only not just yet The hoar is not yet come, of this constitution and may be willing to The news from the Island has raised tho greatest the violation of editorial courtesy and propriety obliterate old party animosities.and curse.

'. and armed resistance might be premature,' emigrate. This is a tolerably stringent law, excitement throughout the Middle Southern and evinced by it, might very well excuse our noticing; the union of the South, for self-preservation,

,,. because just now it might be unsuccessful and will doubtless have the effect intended.- Western States, and the brutal massacre of the it-yet, we are willing to make allowancefor object of the Republican seems to be the divi'.
1. The traitorous intention the traitor- The Convention seems to have overlooked of the South, for its more certain dcstruetioa. I
is received with universal
Ifty-one prisoners execrations the
peculiar state of mind under which
" ous resolution is manifest, is avowed is even fact that Massachusetts claims for her colored our If
JT gloried in,and nothing is wanting to :the overt cititens the same privileges in other States asher and so far from deterring the American courteous neighbor seems to be- we hope temporarily -

attempt to carry it int9 execution but a fair white citizens enjoy and the people of Indiana people from rendering.further aid, has acted upon -suffering, and we.therefore inform our read TROUBLE IN._ALL AT01t.. J.

; prospect of success. And what is of more'serious have unceremoniously settled the constitutional them like the scent of blood upon a herd of wild ers that ho denies the authorship of the mendacious' Under this head the Tallahassee, .. Sentinel- M., ,..

.r | consequence the party of which this : question which has been raised upon mils. ,_. epistle addressed to him in the Republican of last' 12th uIL administers rather _cold 'eomfontto:

*j fierce declaimer is an accredited organ is now this point Massachusetts make as great an The blood of fifty Americans never be atoned week; and yet it bears marks of in power in this State, and has the outcry in this instance as she did in reference i for short of with
governor a complete triumph of the cause for clear that it is difficult to avoid the conclusion that a fresh annoyance by another Spanish,.
i ; and the majority of the representatives in both to the laws of South Carolina and Louisism,by died. inthe location .
which they which would: be dof
\ the reputed father in state they
houses It was a of phsycological'obfuscation .
Congreas. rules or misrules the which free negroes trading to those States are ( .. -
t: '' great State of Ohio; it is numerous in Pennsylvania imprisoned ? Large and enthusiastic meetings are being held i when he consented to adopt it. their houses, lands, and,''improvements, is.

t f almost the majority in New York, triumphant The result of.this election,singular it may in every'city;from New York Southward and West compensation: ; .unless.the,:worthless: prhilep:
,,,' ', Vermont, and we can but just ;
," cay, also in'New Hampshire. Its principles are Courier says in that county, regarded as Cuban struggle for liberty,and their horror and indignation The extract below,which we take from the Jacksonville so considered. The sympatheticeditor iari' _

: I enteHkinedby men who do not profess nile the.hot-bed of abolitionism, 1100 majoritywas at the conduct of the American Consulat Republican of Thursday last, makes ease.is'.hard one,'* but'he pats argument'
,... I; glance to the party! Nearly: every member of given for the exclusion.. "Ten years ago." it confession ythe
Havana, Mr; Owen. of a character mouth of 'Congress to refuse-to remedy
extremely disgraceful to the
. Congress from this State with tbe exception adds, "or even thre suchaprop'osition
;years ago, ''har\t.'c8.c '* "And
follows it isdoubtftdlr!
Government; and such as we could not-'hare be.;; as :
Ja in instead
oCMrAppletnn-ottl..it r) reality as. receiving 1100 majority, would '
I I much iTree-soiler as Horace Mann or Robert have been voted down largely, but the intoler.ant .- THE XTATE STORM licrcd, that'there was any organ''of tho_ Administration cr redress can bej obtained. by:appeal to _Css? 1

t I a.ntouL Mr. Winthrop; the Whig candidate fanatical'reckless and The Tallahassee to filled with : fort/hw, it idling how' nnulir'eWhave
: dangerous policy of papers.come ns_ so morally! obtnsejaashamelessly![ to. avow. : tno many _
; J I for the Senate, was not a whit sounder than the abolitionists -the professed: friends of the disastrous accounts of the effects of the late.storm, "The whole Executive: Department,Irom'the.President occurred since the' public sidwe.inket _

: ; Mr. Sumner,his successful free-soil competitor negro; -bave prejudiced the public mind against whi occurred on the 22d and 23d: nIt. We are down," are charged with the meanest hypocrisy and a recognition justice in onethihj.
and would have made a far more that unfortunate class
dangerous of
; senator. ,The party has absorbed in its bosom is an almost unanimous expression people, and in the favor result.of the more: surprised to read these account; as we and bad faith and held up ,by one of ,their ftltute ela.hlJ'in; eT ry.one: ; andi.Congreo: e.

, '. all the separate fanaticisms of the free States; exclusion.A witnessed nothing similar in this region. .It is true, own organs, to the contempt and execration of the prbaly"hesttateto- begin 'where!it,cooli JBIend. :

I and all who, like ourselves, hare watched its we had a "blow" at the time specified, but not se- civilized world. We''believe the Administration ." ,So b'eeanse ''tl1 re is.no telling"bW1Eimilar *J

f growth from 1831, are well aware that it has Woman Murdered by her Husband. rem enough to do the least damage, so far as we was, and is, perfectly sincere in its professed intentions cases have,;occurred"since the'1uhin1 '
I bee 6 eadil1 advancing thatit has never lost have learned in East Florida. No to observe its in market "a }
A horrid murder was committed ih TTer houses- unroofedno treaty stipulations with Epain. were recognition-,. justice. i'_, ,,
l "i j an men:for of: ground moment onco met gained with ; ana that it has do county a few days ago, by a man: ;- drawford. wharves demolished-no ;shipping injured-; and to execute the laws of'the United States i and refused-the people are'" to bedespoiled; ofL 1. .

: I never It is as certain a as anything human a serious can be check.that The instrument employed by the no trees blown down; and indeed, of so little consequence the fault we find wiih it is, that it' has exhibited property,. and the argument is put forth tint!I o

wretch was an axe. We have learned none of did:we regard "the storm that too much :ral for this It had mako
if it Is not speedily resisted, and resisted as it the we did purpose. no business era wrongs one right!, The' true,:an!)
" 1 neveryct has been, it trill in a short time pos. imr circumstances-and 4f we had, it would,be not think it worthy of a' passing notice in our last to send vessels of war to the_ Cuba:coast, to intercept way of adjusting all this difficulty is rery,plaia,!

l leas the power in nearly all the free States,and ter will roper nndergo to give them a Judicial to the) public; as the mat issue. ,A friend at Cedar Keys writes.:-"We have our citizens, who might 'choose to go to that is that resorted to in all similar-eases by tfi*:fl.

consequently 1n"th'e' Union itself. To what culprithaving been arrested investigation and the had our equinoctial in advance. It commencedon island. It was t bound to. preventoraajeetJ. par. eminent', giving "floats" to 'the elaimantiliJ i
. ; then are tve coming jail."'; Motion Star. to the 22d, and blew with considerable violence tics from leaving the country, with the intention of' cato the.same quantity of land elsewheril, ,,

I "Thisstatement will, no doubt, gratify and for forty-eight hours, forcing the tide 5! feet above inradin&'a country with which we were at peace. public domain, and let the occupants"nliu" :
, i encourage the party but the party; has already the high water mark but Here its duty ended. Bat when it :H.
i become too strong to be pushed aside Mass Meeting in Baltimore. average with very little transcended property unmolested. This is 'whatba3.kefl4

.l and we must not deceive ourselves as contemptible An immense meeting of the citizens of Baltimore rain, and no damage sustained." this duty, and sent public vessels to guard the and what must.be dono again, in simDarc* ii

as,to the magnitude of the danger that threatens friendly to the.cause .Cuban. liberty Spanish power ill Cuba: it. either proved a most But it was thought a favorable occasion to girt*j

us: -'Both parties,Whigs and Democrats, : was held on Wednesday evening, at which BRITISH PERIODICALS.BLACKwooVs extraordinary zeal to preserve the neutrality of our other puff'to the Alagonies'avd; to holdup!'",' 5

, : Whigs re especially: till lately hare crimi strong resolutions were passed denouncing. the ,MAGAZINE; ; for'_August presents people, or it was deeply guilty'of the rank hypocrisy generous example tothe, imitation or others!: fO

nally t.amreredwithlt, and aided it to :acquire conduct of the Spanish government and the I the. fo1l9wing',int re.s g bill of fare j The Census harged: upon it by'the Jacksonville Republican.TiiB it won't do; the people of..Alligator need.1 tnj'"!
i its present formidable power,-a power which American Consul.at.: Havana. A committtee and Free Trade :
Voltaire in the '
:, ; Crystal Palace that
a apprehensions
; -Those .
. ti- .
was poUt
appointed to
perhaps"; no longer controllable. The for the
l I hitherto taken against it..have'thus'far measures I. money patripts. Pictures from St. Petersburg; .My JNoyel, or. 'Va.nieties ,Administration cal rcvilersi'whoso; jCD1 ngi( i of the. !success- of tIle deprive them of their property, and they nee4jno

: ,in English 'Life-:- &.rt'c12i' .Pariain 'prompts' any extreme of-larf-, favors :
1351 from
j claimants
only exasperated and strengthened it. The ; or.speculators- (; I
Volunteers from Indiana guage or any means of attack to prejudice it in the ., 1
. J measures'? of the London Diary of a German ."Authoress( Raid of ; -a--" '. ,.-r ,
"Compromise late Congress) The Louisville eye of the country,,'have nurnetured,various''' I "n.. i'
Courier .
which it was hoped would'allay the excitement. ance of..several officers mentions the appear .Arnaboll; The Scarborough. Election ; The late 8torit' ,!partly out of raguo telegraphic reports, and SETER v ; and the all and o.largeiiuinb r ofprivates'of t- partly out of./"whole clothof the .r.r. l'
| extinguisk party by depriving it of D.M.Mpir.rWESTMINSTER aversion of the TheedtLor' '
a detachment volunteer .. of.the Republican fo but1 J
; who government agta .
; pretene for further agitation hare had are : a republican movement on the
; I' Contrary effect We do not with only a bound South; it is supposed in"aid'of the Cuba REyIEW.-TbaTJiIj1.I'OP: :,is received .of.the people Cuba. Every tack of a U. S.Ves part- stereotyPed tefttieis'm' about the too 9$$**
agree the. 80called" revolutionists. and contains: ..Enfranchisement Women 118 heralded'"for Onfia". '.' *
They are 'ftoD of. end the the ftcwir
i (disudionists the South"'for chIefly ,, Indiani. ; : simplest oiders : 'TuppcsethisLthTought to 1It' we aretinionlsts'but 'or
> Electro-Biology; Extinction of Slaver The departments ad ( ; "
itmustboLconfessed: : that 1'- ; Indus- magnifledinto"sympay big; but alas, ; -
they Spanish de a
potism. TheBe %
I have'been the only considerable party: in' the 1';_ trialExhifeition; The Royal Academy;,The Creed of misrepresentations, toournjind.Jf1 are,, the all Administration flagrant' -f When fools and knaves become satyric' ] 'i

country! that has'iad'any tolerable appreciation A Nut for Theologian .... (n 'Christendom \ Explanations on Education V Organic ,, designed such extreme vigilance would its- t : We take it as a panegpric.;' '. .i i l'j d

i ;r of' the Free-soil movement. They 'were Somebody,has,discovered a flaw,inthe;; character Reform"F reiguLiterat.;- re; CriticalandMisccllaneous ;. .,' mombershavo' exhibited/:such remarkable abscnteeism -' Our amiable and 'l i a g7 a iinottneighb ;l I

:I correct in their predictions that the com prom- .Bunyans's hero;Christian, or art argument Notices.. '. J n from tho ,the.ir i official.places as they have: done' distort his proboscis, by sneh sneers into'if -
during 5
ice measures would be ineffectual, and they I THE LONDON QUARTERLY present summer? From the earliest Incident -;: deformities
against the contribution boxes.* Hear ? ,for July. 'isa nWforof > of the present excitement : be-'has'/alreadyi nndentsiiiiffl.
on our in relation
:. danger to t overstated Institution the danger of ,; ;'We, say hot .bat.he8QYs: .. unusual interest. J' ".1'*'" 4 .to: Cuba,.the whole executive donartmenL from thA Ir dis orb1'n-of our ednanimlfv: -W8 Jt td iA* m'
slavery, :for 'the .d u, '
.! 1. : ') Subscribers ;iresment down hare ; "
I will be been 1Ii'th *
"-qcresttpn or slavery losses ibeqin a much highcf -' Banyan does not make his hero: li.qontri-., supplied by addressing j;eon-' log at points rusticating and rurally! tort: .thinW;, 1 Ohtjaq'! 'Every I

question, ereri higher and' more important bute one penny; forBnyrel5giqna.; : enterprise, ard Scott' A; Co,., 79. Fulton st- New York. ", ,some instances; remotefiromiheadquartoxsf bcyond,.tho andin'' knowsthoRepleajhbutone. iditoria4j i
I. I "than'th!simple maintenance of the Union,-- though he has him to exhibit most of the Chris. :Excitement"I I : ..,. or and other facilities.forconyeying racgoot.te1egraphic orders';. ;Wo.fehture.to mat 0tt'tf:
un Jhi9 question'of the maintenance ,;ofrEociety''itselt ;! han excellencies ingrcattractjveneesand' among ,the American.Sewnrn... ,. say that'scarce military, much le'y-; bythatfactweiesy: them to judgVi JWBlFatisfSed

: The''Free-"nen are'"to" American so- Beauty. It cannot_be that,as be did'not see a' The New-York Herald.informs ns that the seamen cane officer at stations must be'knoWn to be in-pro. "* jj
: : for his month's onboard tho 'gr lfJ to aid the Cubans:'harfeiirocircdvftny ... perfectly. ?r 't j i
ty'whatredrepublicans' socifilUts penny "imprisonment -sl/lp.of-1fB.-.AI6a; "*
i are he forgot lying'i in special """ fri -f -- '
f' orders JcsdJl
to Europe and society,and their triumph is the' :the root ofaleil for ,among othez,: f'nIIu- :the h'ar'bor' Harana at the time' fthe murder of marks.,'on JTho tho whole subject, at tho''time wa pen the ,re: ) i : -- [ :+ Mai

triumph anarchy.nnd, :despotism. > t sions to money he mates Mr.Littlefaith, >tb' be the Anenicanpn1s6nerswer' "groatly.exclted: ; and projected expeditions press has been from for New months Orleans announcing ".A.cerythan' fn tt.NeirOrleanTTrrite) .. ... -.'- tIS'ti| BoiJ

"Good',,quiet; easy inen, looking orer theIr'.1cdgm ; robbed' all the loose change he.h.ad/The' ,wished to interfere,f.o'preTe.nt it. :They.word j with and thoueighborboodofthoFoj ,, c aL and in ahzen4)nUosto.u"Theanti.litTery.foIlyfn:t r.J '- ''':''i';
sipping th ir'wine, ;may flatter themselves .; fact that Christian and.Hopeful-and; ::9tfae'rs the face of day formidablearmaments havo'-been theNonW: :
that there is no serious danger;and tell'us succeeded in reaching the.Celestial City'with. difficnlty.preTentedfromtiirning: .the guns, of the, prepared and' despatched from the former effected Southern' minds .

.that weare neceesnl1yalan edj;, but 'in, out'giving away Jo the work nfcbenevolenee a: of ship the upon the:city, and wb n, they.,heard the,firing without. even, a protest from civil or military officer city., pone ofyou*"preachers,,W"thsttbeywM, ptriodical: .
nll human probability jf the single dime'mnst be executioners, begged that the and without even a-single, feint on"tho
slare ship's done
( fugitive very encouraging the .. ; ; flag, part eta; injury by aboU onismi Jnc nceiva*
Sims had no been gien'p on the claim of bis tnonty.loviDg Christians and Hopefuls these might' .. b lowered' in prernnientship'the at.tha mouth of-the Mississippi. insed to think a

owner, theAnienieanUuionhad. : now already!; days; ... __ > 'i j "' I .- .. d, .. pampero'Way'hare of pcstruction.been How easily could the fanllti iam.w re'zhatromirentagentaiss''honest-but :; I
I blown l.obaervS&
ceased to exist. !It is all well tO'hlk' ;. ,' _'fl.Thw.Afaromt: has been to. Mmsby a', few : ,
very ( 4-' J-1,1! ':-: -. sold by. Capt; broadsides from,an "Old Ironside" horrorthat, tbeY.I'.r&uadfd ,SIll.pnjl .
if'the ', lLa"
-, 5outhern blu>ters,T'jind tbe"ffotsptii-a" of the 'C uNT.Bod. axz.-Th 'Boston Transcript in A.WatennanjiU late proprietor;to Major':Gainesj; ment 'desired to intercept that expedltiorir Govern rciiinselfby ,
Have that,
%4 South,but there is'i inethligincre than biasn alluding to the txCutiOn'of this ll'JA.JeJgf ; the proprietor] the Conservator.. The latter'will: ;We heard t ani obstruction to'the .u.- '_.| ruls .Swearing!, ho :" ,' 1beenlnboudage.i'
ter just.now JThe Southern people tir um,-" .: t ..: "- '' or/th PQfJtJ1C'l' 14'r: I 0
'J areas .1. ; ./ ,now) don both. :The: States 'Righ fa agoverumont yesMfl-- Nou "j ri : ., (,.t
and .party hli : :
mona patriotic as we,and .their "States. I "C 1 nt13ocaniwki twm r11'lh thiibountiyand"figured ,,Marion;.are,ttusideprjrei'p'ari 1.1 ot' remark concJuaive aDfJ1 .the Idle tale :.; :SrvIBr.oMxI) '
i men areas. enlightened organ, whic is ti : an.intended dlrc t interpoait1 yongIalily.dressed
fagaclons,as"ours; Tioxne fat' St : ,be a ldof_ ,,, Span. 'JfPeand'A
; Loaf; regr.ttedbut ishMouar
wehopVit b41t\1tl.a..nefhbonQl
; -They eee what. :with'1adjyId oal 'exceptions;! nD"01It. Having ,:will,noHJeiong befori J11. ;' i1 .'4 in abort !
; we OJD not ourselves tb'seel that the'f W'frbMrty Jri-aittlpatl6n! l ?b.sa, ft PhccnUirfU'iirfce.from the ashes,of the'totefoiol.! : Affu pen nIn; rv t; r skirts"andi pa t&Thr
; red q"lrf'd'ii! j.bebf.2 : thlsjsz&csouisrtiols our men 4nired her
I I Statet, arfc fast losing all their: 'JawiandUcocjiDg ftrnIage'spettth5t; 'auc :l1arr,," > -: J ,' d1t rz sagacioulhe .neaft..nd.COJUortabJt'bu&.etnal : .
for wai'fYid
.t1elf '_ qn ,
respect rrI htened :
Lfo iUy'
murdered In :U
brother law>id"cotntfintq Jf'. ,. _. : t Uior.te elaUobt ladies
I ** : ACCse4bQofbttDj:: ) J m
uuffliUjfuLJp tbeir. > .
: : i temDen.: possessioh of itm another.Iti; thUmurdir r : : : "h' r : : t; had made, nd tho doubttid! ..L"Sh o'ami
I gagementa, and blind to aUlliecIal .. his H JTho itOOid1np ot.thost.uguun Cubai ro p 1 1ihtit! Q.hJft 3I11SI5 'en
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lion and uoralitj. They see (Ht the'abo11 hl1f she wifeiisupp5. d7To"liave,7becn'-accesoryl 'lIl t1Ir? :recelTed toq'IIJ .;tOlw.nlon', fc1zi inIhjneett1 t' Q1 tfQJ: o t 'W re quite low in the neck *n4.repiIfyou
WM aCqnittea'oB ine'(rial.11* r?c3 *bo1 this t peclal. e4 i will pull
'W ekYtTwfli _UlW 1Pl n ) 3'elrd et &0*{ 'place
... '1'. sppeaxin oat eiVlawl !,"i t] following salvo "1\ct. tA4fCU1tPpcrai1Ai, !G6t'G'7.JtA1' about YOur llecJca.:1OUr.Jk(1I.: } t

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rt-The fJUowuS J from the'N O.'JDfo! gives alxrat foVttwdidaya'andJiijjhU without a): i. t .ao fr&j IEAiit -..,. ..''f.-.....", :

t NC best a ocount p!the capture'of Col Critten, sal of1 food or"a droplof trtp roceetled to tat f POINSETr8! 1 NOTJ .EpPASSj & ,_
beach and embark.ed .
: ,
La and his commaod,Vc hate,react, ,Bat.eve, upolllour.'ntaUb' :- ENDIANLOXECUST .
They determined lo)risk tbe,chance of being r

-ibiD,:w, hate seen'\on tbU' subject isincreDijectare picked up by a friendly resseL .They were : ,

AS ,nothing that has been ,received upon the water twelve hours/; With bodies THE MOST CERTAIN'AND'gAFE REMEDY. 'L'

|mID'of the prisoner*was written!,tha\had shriveled with 'protracted hunger} in the excruciating 'FOR THE CURE OF ON aJ'after the lOUi :day of JaSi,'tie jfq" '. -
; of thirst of mon'than' Chronic Diarrhea and of the_
been un'er the lurvtilUnce,of the Spanish agonies a a Dysentery departure steam packetMAGNOLIA
t ,
hundred hours'endurance;, without weapons, OM CUBA I : Whithhasntr ken presented to ihepsllc. It .
and of allow *
tioriUcs, course, they' would save an occasional.pistol or bowie-knife; without : :stands vpon its cren merits,and needs no pvffing.tt '. ,. ", -
othlllg to come to light"that' reflected upon even a single'cartridge*"jrlthont strengthto Rumored; Capture of:Gen. 'Lopez JJ! ?.- IT HAS SOT :FAILED TO CURE IN A CAn.P,1kcLTY,

|,em. And it items they hare been aided'in extricate email boat from the roots of a SINGLE INSTANCED: From Savannah to Palafka,will be TUESDAY,

4 eir efforts at aecresy.by the American Con- mangrove: treeithey fell easy victims to :the We stop the press,to announce the arrival of FT1HI5 Valuable preparation,is Compoundedfrom arriingSATURDAY, ,connecting with the- 1

1, Mr. Owen,':who'reC ed to'Bee th&rI.oneipprCntI pompons men. who,admiral has filled, :surrounded the newspapers by six of hundred, the Is the steamer WeJata'this morning from :Savannah .. I JL several medicinal roots growing in Steam Ships -

1 for the Prt1F'St of preventing land with wonderful victory. 'Capt. Sevier bringing the following despatch,which we the Wilds of Florida. It is'rc&ELY and WHOLLY FLORIDA AND AtATtAHfA :
Vegetable and designed far the -
in his letter that ''we for what it is worth., We ESPECIALLY For New York. She-.Ul continue"to leare'
of unbiased statement says surrendered >oluntanly. give are disposedto.lonbt ca
e appearance any cure of the above disease., The Inventor and .
om tbnn! lns. \Vo etill think there is aat ." I doubt if mnny of the poor fellows I the truth ohM statement,?for one. strong_ Proprietor is fully convinced that it,is'an invaluable I Tuesdays' throughout the year -, ,
could lift .tausket, ._ were it in their Carrying the United States t
47 deal of'mystery the matter, and are session. God knows what has become pos reason, if no other: It is ,not credible that Medicine. In fact the test that he Mail

4 i they never would have surrendered,with.t remaining portion of the one hundred of',and the Lopez and his men_ would b(taken alive, well has given it in the town in which he reides"and For Freight Engagements Passage,having '
the astonishing sitcctst with which it ha superior
solemn tuade to them fourteen. We" cannot tell who or,how' knowing.the fate that awaited them. Besides ; accommodations State, Rooms, fee-
owe. promises being many met, warrants him in saying that it is a POSI. apply to the Captain'on board, or to *

iich hare not been fulfilled:- I were killed in the two engagements. The the account is a Spanish one, And was most TIVE CURE. He has therefore come to the FERNANDEZ, 'BISIiEE &,CO ,r .
i Spanish accounts speak ofmettiD two small bodies in circulation determination place it within the reach' '
for the o at
The Capture of the FlXtj- likely put purpose of Agents Jacksonville or to --1
k : (one of twenty-four men) and of putting in the United States. ,We all, knowing how many suffer with this very M. A. COHEN, > I
disposition the of of shall
( There a on part some the entire number to the sword anxiouslyawait unpleasant and often dangerous Disease at
,par. Agent
r fellow citizens to condemn the conduct of This statement of facts is a solution of the further ws:- ticularly in the Southern and Western States.In Savannah, Jane 3, 1851. '.
,4 Lopez for dividing his forces, while others query, so often put, why these brave fellows
Telegraphed to the Sarannah, purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be jOJ
Gtorgian.NEW -This Steamer will
{ astonishment that the brave who I leave Jacksonville I
.bee .men permitted themselves to be taken aliveor particular and look for written signatureon
executed Havanna should have ORUUNS, Sept. 4. my Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING At 7 o'clock
ere sur. why they did not resist their pursuer to l the labelI ..'
idered themselves to a remorseless enemy the deuh. The moment the Pampero left The Ckerolte is coming up the river. A refer the below to few certificate "t until further" notice. 't
public *
srogl! ;We tc give despttch to the Picayune states that Gen. LOPEZ a June ?. tf ,
itaout a ropoe A ourw barf. ther God was Mars, whose sweetest selected from received from I
rirfsammary ofthe facts of the case, elicited incense is the breath of, the brave nnn in t this has been captured and was executed in citizens among of Jacksonville.many respectable : -
correspondents the official H Vlnlon the 1st Sept. One hundred and fifty Florida For }
h. om oar own re. dying agony. They had !leaped into the EGBERT POINSETT., House Rent. .
'& crts to the Spanish Government,and the let- tide of war which is brimful of chtnccs. They i five pri oners.mos ly.Americans, are in poss THE above well known HOTEL,situa :
r. rs of the victims of Spanish brutality. We knew they must fight, and it might be. ppninM : ion of the Government. All who left in the P. S. Planters should not bo without ,this .ted in the city of St.Augustine being ia J

ink it can be established that Lopez is tntifd fearful odds. They never were told that they, Pampero were killed or made prisoners.The valuable Medicine. Every family ought to perfect order, it for rent for one or more

d to no blazae,and tint thp-surrender of the could at once bo surrounded by thousindtof insurgents still hold possession of the keep it on hand. years,with without the furniture. .
A.M.REEDprincipal Agent for Jackson June 14, 1851. tf A. H. COLE.
b fty-one martyrs to Cuban liberty was the re- patriots. Revolutions begin, and sometimes mountains near I'rincipe.Boats o ville. 1

' It of stern necessity. linger for years, in the deep gorge, or in the In Circuit Court :. \
Jacksonville August 16 1831.: ly :
has always expressed unbound. ,
Gen. Lopez mountain fastness. They knew that the fleet

i t[ confidence in the feeling of dis&ff ction of the ballot Queen kept the entire coast in For Sale. JACKSONVILLE, E. F., August 15th, 1851. EASTERN CIRCUfT OF FLORIDA.-*

ironghont the Vuelta Abijo region. Near vassalage. They did fight nobly,ind they died THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale two valuable Dear Sir: This will inform you that one In Chancery.e '
,i ie entire number of Creole", amounting tony like gods. There was not& craven them They Matilda
among are nearly new, sloop-rigged, bottle of your Medicine, called Incut LOXE Ann Wflford )
hundreds, who have suffered confiscation i all. They "surrendcd' the and decked-one of them half-decked. BILL
j as dying hero They are CUST, has permanently cured two of my negroes vs. > FOR Divo&cr.
, f fortune, ftnd condemnation of exile, arc nt. yields his imperial corse to the sneaking, self- well adapted to accommodate pleasure parties or of a severe attack of Dysentery. 1 con. Daniel Wilford. J JTT

l& yes of that section. It was the intention of fouling buzzird Had these glorious martyrs convey light freights to any part of the nver. Oneor sider it an excellent Medicine for tbis complaint appearing to the satisfaction of the Court thai
both will be sold reasonable
4 General proceed thither when he ordered to a cause now holy, because consecrated by Apply to on J. II. terms McRORY for cask.Jr. and take great pleasure in recommending JL the Defendant, Daniel Wflibrd, resides beyond j

re-embarkment upon the Creole, at Cardeni their blood., known all.-how Lopez was fighting Aug 30, 1851. tf it to the public. Respectfully yours, the limits of the State Florida, so that the ordinary -
would hive carried such intention into eannot be'ened him
t ad be vastly superior numbers-how, perhapsho S. D.FERSANDEZ.To process upon :
. fret, had not the sctrcitj of coal and the loss I wns blaming them for not coming to his Mr. E.Poinsett. On motion of W. M.Ives,Esq.,Solicitor for Com
From Jacksonville plainant.It .
f the munitions of wnr prevented. The Vueltabij rescue and obeying intercepted orders-they -
is the principnl tobacco portion of the i For and Mellonville. JACKSONVILLE May Ctb 1S51. t* Ordered That a hearin be had,on the -
: ) : would never have whispered a syllable ngainstthe Enterprise facts charged in tho Complainant I Bill, at the December
tnd, and abounds with I boring white agriculrts old- chieftain whose fate wns linked with THE Steamer SARAH This is to certify ,it is with much pleasurethat Term next of tho Circuit Court to be bold-

4 : s and mechanics-the very charncter of theirs. Lopez desert his men? The mother S.SPALDING, having been newly I announce to the Public that 1 haTe been en at Alligator, in and for the county of Columbia.

esinfaetwhohave, headed_every rcvolnon her first lJ-nJ sooner.NCGBOES I fitted up, will resume her regular effectually cured of the distressing complaint Provided That a copy of this order be published at
I., since the earliest a;iwn of despotism. Theo trips for the above nlaces on Monday the 26th insU called Dysentery by the highly recommended the law directs, for the space of three months.

selLs Abijo is the Switzerland of Cubn.'I' .- SrvE KIM.FP LIGUTNING.-On touching at all the intermediate landings and will remedy of Mr. E.Poinsett.- I had resorted to THO.DOUGLAS Judge &e.
in the confidence of the cillint I BY continue to leave A true copy:
hose comman- punctually every Monday morning I induced
things but of no avail was to
many ;
ult. Mr.John Test S. SCAKBOBOIGB Clerk.
Wednesday evening,23d : ,- ,
4 Reeves
cr knew that his landing at some pAint in th:it at 9 o'clock, connecting with the U. S.Mail his and Medicine
residing about sixteen miles south of this place steamers to and from gavann&h. For freight engagements try very palatable pleasant July 12,1851. 3m ._,
< was direct concert with the leaders
ginn. and satisfaction completelycured
. f in company with seven of his negroes, were induced or passage apply on board, or to my great was .'
the Central, or Puerto Principe movement within few days and have not been Floats.
by the appearance of a cloud rising, to FERNANDEZ, BISBEE CO., Agents. ,
4 the policy of the act appears evident when repair to large tree.but a short distance from Jacksonville Aug. 23, 18.n. 6m troubled since with that so much dreaded dis UNDERSIGNED, as the Agent of.Hoa
that its and THE
' enflect design tendency were to
. here they were at work for shelter. Mr. R. L. YCLEE offers for'sale 0 ,.
- trr the troops of the Qneenan Wm. D. Smith happy other immediate cures
horseback reached the first and say Five Thousand
T being on tree Fire Hundred and Fifty Acres of
ion of them from the put of the island filiy l.a l. observation within few
come nndermy own a
accident let his loose and in endeav.
in overt revolution. In addition to such
: days. I cheerfully add my mite to the already
.' Yes,it would be, well enough to be3r in oring to recover him receded some distance I' JACKSONVILLE, FLA. great amount testimony with regard to your in fractions of 40, 80,or 160 acres; to be located on
from the tret when he heard a clap of thun any of the public lands in the State of Florida,sub* \
: ilnd! that the Spanish fleet was hovering aonnd : All orders thankfully received and promptly attended Valuable Medicine. I am, ;respectfully, jed to entry at the Land Office. ,
?. the revolting coast,rendering almost a der.On to. Aug. 23.tf M.IIEARN, Jr. I
recovering his horse he proceeded to the JOSEPH FTNEQA1T.
I.S alter thereon impossibility to effect A secure landig house. At the usual time for returning home Executor's Notice. To E.Poinsett, Esq. Jacksonville,Juno 281851. tf '

none of the hands made their appearance. Mr.: IS HEREBY" GIVEN, That six JACKSONVILLE May 21, 1851. ,
ffehavetboaght it to respond thus Notice is
: proper NOTICE Hereby Given
R.became alarmed and iu with anoth. _
company from date I shall to the lion
-V apply duty
itt of
neb to the eavilew who are constantly in. Dear Sir: I consider tJea matter
application i will be made the
er person;went in search of them. They went Judge Probate Duval county, for a final discharge rjlHAT to Judge of
!i airing; why Lopez did not at once proceed toe immediately to the tree where they had from the Administration of the Cstate of inform you that I hav* been laboring under X the Eastern Circuit of Florida,by the petition
Central D nt. a very violent attack of Diarrhoea;which of John ,Thompeon ,and Harriet his ,
psrtlD Matthew II. Philips, late of said county of Duval, wife on the
shelter and found them all dead
I We find that the General, passing even ont templated ; deceased. ALBERT G. PHILIPS, baffled the skill of two Physicians,and rendered 28th, day .of Joly next, at 10 a.XL, at his Cham .
t the batteries the Moro, disembarked two of them Were lying near the tree and the August 23, 1851. Gm Executor. me unable to do any work. But fortunately I ben at fat.Augustine, for authority to sell all the .
other five were in the hollow of it.-Bolirar right, title and interest of their infant
:th entire force without the slightest accident when adout to give up all hope of ever obtaining children ia
(Ten Herald.To and to a certain Lot of Land situated said .
i ) I heard of INDIAN,LOXE -
landed up n a barren coast, in an unfre- In the Circuit Court: relief your county of Duval deeded by Thomas O. Holmes to

.-. ented portion of the bay of Honda* He DUVAL COUNTY-IN CHANCERY.. CUST, and the use of five Bottles has entirely Charles Willey, in trust Ie.GEORGE -
;ew very wen with his meigre band that his the Voters of DuTal Co tint 7. restored me to health. I take, much pleasureto B. FAIRBANKS

l advantages must be acquired by surprise, I respectfully announce myself my fellowcitizens Archibald H. Cole, Complainant, and) recommend your Medicine to all those who June 28, 1851. .4t Att'y for Petitioners.
Francis Richard and John S.Sammis, >
be afflicted. Tours &&
that eali alone result from the cay similarly ,
surprise of Dnval county as a candidate for the office of Defendants. j BENJAMIN' '
He had unfolded the entire DAVID.To Masonry, Bricklaying, Plaster
tnostcelerity. Clerk of the Cirntit Court.of said county-pledging appearing to the Court upon affidavit that .
r E.,Pfrinsett,Esq. lug, &e. ,
iUn of before the had
; operations Pampero : myself elected, to discharge duties to the Francis Richard, one of the '!said Defendants I
ched the"Island, and had issued call for resides within the State Florida, but without the JACKSONVILLE June 27, 1851. THE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of
best of abilities.
onteers to assume th* position subsequently my limits of the Eastern Judicial Circuit: On motion Dear Sir I entirely relieved of complaint rming the public that he is ready to
: am my
upied by Crittenien's command. This fX. Aug. 23, 181. I. V. GARNIE. McOjieen McIntosh, Solicitor for Complainant, thanks to' 'for "INDIAN LOX do Bricklaying, ,Maso Plastering, J3t.ecot

las the disparity between the officers and ----- ---. -, ---, .-. It is ordered, That the said Francis Richard do ECUST, it is tbe you best I have your ever used for the Work) &c. &c. He will furnish plans And:J;
and plead, answer or demur to said Bill drawings' when desired
appear whom
rates. The character of the men themselves by petsOns for
Wm H Lawton & ,Co, within two months from the date of this Order, or disease, and I feel happy in recommending it to he is engaged to execute woik '
confirms this view of the case. Thereere without extr*
said Bill win be taken as confessed against him. the public. Yours truly, >
no l lees than two me nb<*rs of LopezV staff FACTORS. AND COMMISSION!. MERCHANTS, It IS also ordered .That'the-foregoing order be GEORGE COULTER.To charge. He lewd known to'the citizens,of

i Colonel Urittendeo and every individual Fa. 13 Soitilura. Wharf Charleston, S. C. published in one of the public gazettes ,in said circuit E.Poinsett, Esq. Jacksonville work he has A! a competent mechanic' And.
, III the controling officer to the humblest pri- once a week for two months.' performed already for ciils ns
} itt, had ,acquired.fn times past, amputation 'W)(. M.LAWTON, Wai. M. TAYLOR,i THOS. DOUGLAS Judge. BATON ISLAND, St.John's Beach, of the place, he refers to as an.additional "1-.
dence of his qualifications. '
'r gallantry and intrepidity. Lopez 'no August 7, 1851.

4 tot took occasion to inform thvm of the pre. (, J,51. 6 ), I, ISADORE V. GA1t IE. Clark of the Circuit I Dear Sir l Thfawfll, inform' you that three fj: Casts and ,Moulds for ornamental pla*. -
Eastern Circuit of Florida
Court Duval '
s!(perjMhey might anticipate. ,If he 2booli.eonuter' 'Great do hereby certify County that,the foregoing is a, correct of my children'were ',dangerously ill with the, tering also fnrI JOHN IY R5.

resiblauce, or f.ul in his particular.tVTritse Bargains \ copy of the original order on file in my office.L I Dysentery Diarrhoet,for about six' weeks.I N.B.-ToP anters-Le wonld say he has much

r d4yS. might intervene,defcre he rTinE Subscriber wishing to devote hi,aden- V. GAR IE. Clerk tried almost everything that I generally,used experiance in putting up Sugar IteUaiie*.and

I >communicate with them.ind if news olv JL tion exclusively to his profession offer August 23, 1851. _2m,_: for this disease but all to no effect. A friend solicits work in that line, confident that...

p eir arrival should be hastily conveyed 4ovina for sale on accommodating terms, his lands and wf mine,recommended me to try your Medicine give the amplest satisfaction. Charges moder

it might be j-Orsiblc that they would lots adjoining town of Jackfrtmville! with all THIS SIDE; UP called INDIAN LOXECUST I procured it- ate. ,J..LJacksonville

F: t forced into a (0 fiict with the Spanish improvements. There are on these lanJa and am happy to say that l}Bottles of it cur May 31, IS:). ly

- ,x>ps. two strong Chalybeate Spring?, which yield Jl "ICSt *9l isnny 'aItLuos3ur ed all three of my children-hoping your yaluible -

' Lope in the disposition he made Critten- copious deposite hydrated peroxide of iron 'Jf 'iHOlPK: H I'.Cq Medicine may becnme generally known, Administrator's Notice*,

es's force, had i iu view, two purposes. They They are assimilated in their medicinal properties 'sigoid ipztns )u pjogpuo to that all that may be afflicted with this disease NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Thai six

said protect the baggage nnd provision?, and to the Brighton and Turnbrnlge springs 1IVI1IaW :A1IDf1ru may have a certain and sare'remedy, from'date, I shallapp17 to the,

&, I.among which were some pieces of cannon Lngland and tie Balstcn and BeJfwrJ spring aurLLINlIrfd 'b3IU3"JOUO c&UO Yours truly ffon. Judge Probate of Dural county, ,for*

I' .hol1e.five handre-1 stands or muskets, an.ltY1roal,1 of tbis country. Also a spring of the coolest :f.m1o "LSJDJIE.r 'sa.'g SbE1 1D3'SL ucl'OS'IY' JAMES LATIMER. final discharge from the Administration of i&.,

t likewise form a rear pnard to pro- common water to be found in this section of t Pilot St. Johns Bar. Estate of Solomon Huffineham., late of ai4

et Jail movements in case of the arrival of country; brick yard with one Hairs patient To E. Poinsett, Esq. county of,Davalj deceased. r

,' lit enemy by gex The General upon the in- machines ready for operation-the only one in 'Lc.11 .I !:2i jfjiiwuojsumoqx I i 8al1q 00l.a JACKSONVILLE July'30,1S51. WM. B. ROSS AoVr.
- *. "hf'.re.he'df'mand for bricks is ?$spjjvq 001 .
inlais detachment:left the boat. hurried to- this vicinity, May 10, 1851. ,6m
. atds the ieterjor5 with the intention of sur. great,and rapidly in.creaaing-Also: ,a, framed dOd! QIq1lvnb! I 111'Jo LIIIuvnb Dear Sire I have tried your very valuable "

r, rising a em ill town miles distant kitchen, stable and carriage houst, 'and two v pau CnqlJOJ OOO'Ol 000'09 Medicine Diarrh a'and find it by far the Executors Notice. \
some seven ,
house fitted' for twelve tpri{ QJa1911a juanq anvil 'I*: the best and safest, cure for this dangerous dis.
I dwelling ; rooms W
.fore the news of his arrival ccnll precede tory IS HEREBY OWEN, 'That .
that I have known or heard of. My NOTICE
I. It however be neary! completed. Also a cumbfr-of, : tTo 8i1ff .tad peAeoejEl1rState eae ncr. from date-I shall '
seems was anticipated bad Apply to the
suffered -
little aged about:two ,
daughter years
irhe '
building! EitCl nd garden lots within A of ,
within Ion. of
r a mile of his destination, he received 'l long' and was reduced to almost a skele- Judge Probate of Duval county, tars
formation th.it'a lArge force was inarching the Market house, unsurpassed. by any in this final discharge from,the Administration of the
of Florida CountY of Nassau: tOt. and 1 tried part of a Bottle of your INDIAN -
1 "on a neighboring fortress to attack him, and vicinity. : Estate,of John'Y.CDDlaIl late of said county of
LOXECUST and it has acted like a charm,
I For further particulars! apply' to Probate Court. Dnval d eased. '
tlretdy in'ervened between him and Col.itttnlen. _
the'child is n :w improving may be seen by
The General at once took posses- JOi.S.BKER.Jacksonville .. AT CHAMBERS, J LY.31sT.l85J. by those who do not believe. Repectfully WM. B,> BOSS, ExV.May .
ion eta farm bouse, and 'proceeded as best he Sepf.B,1051. if. 10 the Matter of '.Ute- of Mary Sanderson' ,. A. v. COL'.l.N. ', 1851. gm

I BH, to entrench and fortify.. What umbers American and-Foreign,,Agency btlce'ISHEREBy..OlVBNjn
f ere arrived against him, we have, as yet no Pditiall'ltt1pOPe Nimcvpative Will.,

. UDI ofascertaining-wading through the CITY OF W WASHINGTON. ERE S, Robert Harrison, Esq. of the ST.:'NICHOLAS? Fla.,,.July 31, .1851._ : thirty iajs after

!ireof Spanish bragacUcio, we,are enabled UN D E R:the direction of AARON HAIGHT W above County and State, has'this day filed Dear Sir::,This is to certify that two Bottles made to Hon..
!lean that the killed and wounded of the ene- PALMER of New York. and AFORTHING-'I a Petition to"prove and establish before me' the of your .Medicine called INDIAN LOXECUST Thomas.Douglas, .Judge of the Circuit Court,

7 'xctedeJ more than four times the number TON GARRETSON SNETHEN of New Orleans, Nuncupative Will of Airs. Mary E. Sanderson,late has permanensly cured two of our Negroes, of Eastern Circuit of Florida,for leave to sell cern

ader Lopez. The next day, a second little Attorneys an4 Counsellors. of the Supreme". Court of of the before named County and State, deceased, a severe Diarrh. a. I take,pleasure in recom- tam real estate i in the County of Nassau,derised"y
r fought and second time the the United States. l and I have appointed the first Monday in October valuable Medicine-as being > Mary Fernandez in.her last will And tests*
j a were Span- mending your
This establishment It' formed for the following for the
next at residence in'mid county, taking
r ment to Stewart DeWitt .
my George Clinton S&e1rart .
troops and safest ,
repalscd. Meanwhile, (dnring the said without doubt one of the best reme-
-rr Will
objects:, r evidence for the establishing
. M day) the Pizarro had emptied anaddniorII 1..Fer practicing:law- 'in- tbe t Supreme- .Conrt of the hearing to commence at 10 o'clock on that day: dies for this disease that I have heard or seen.. Walter Stewart. and E.'Tracy Stewxrt/nf

: bodj of 1000 menjnadifferent part of the the United States,,and.conducting professional bneinees ,It .tt'therrfon ,Ordend and Decreed, That all Yours truly, ners. 'Natural OEOBGESTEWABT. -
Guardian And .
Ik7'iTkis force ha'! ODlan d information of before Congress. :,.*$ persons interested are hereby cited and admonishedto '. .O.'McINTYRE.T .
relative position ofLopti'is two detachments, .2. 1or the prosecution and recovery-
IM threw themselves. between them in nmbns- in law or equity, against the' United States before place in order that they and any and :all of them Notice -
June 9th 1851.' >
e- 0 Congress or Executive Departments, or against may contest the same, if to them.shall Bern fit JACKSONVILLE } .
This : foreign ,Governments before Boards .of Commis 'Given under tny hand and private, teal,' (there Dear Sir- : II have nied your Indian Loxecust. IS HEREBY GIVEN, '.That,thirty-day*After
position of affairs satisfcctonly no a ouers. [z..s3 being no seal of office,) the' day and year in my family, and have found it very valuable date,"application'will be ado to tie Hon

ala for the fact that DO message from Lopez 3. For the settlement of account with the State, first above written.. t 'remedy for Dillrrh a.: ''I take> great pleasure TbomiaDooglasJudge of the; Circuit Court,

Jed, Critten Jen until the close of |heseaoay Treasury,War, Navy, Post Office and Interior De" JAMES T.',' OTTEIL J recommending it to the p blic. Eastern Circuit of Florida,for learo to sell eer
.> Letters and the rtm&sion of fines, Judge Court of Probate Nassau county .
from obtaining
two, of the murdered partment Respectfully. J.'E. TOWNSEND. ain real estate in the county of Nassau,devised
.tDlay that Crittendcn pena.1tie.and forfeitures allegedTiolationa; of Fernandez in her-last' .
courier .
dispatched will
j' Poinsett .- by Mary, and testament
o the'Terenue, post office, or.other lawr. Orncs CotTKT OF PROBATE ) Egbert Esq.JACRSONTILLtE. '
ipcL.oneot se letters reveal that to Julius VillaJonga and Leonilla
\1 For letters forin'ventionsfrointhe NtUlIlfl.ColI.nty.: j jI -.
( 4. securing patent -
Fla -- '
May 17,1851.,
l If"j"1" returned, or; that Lopea'a order United States'or from foreign Governments James T.OTCeil,Judge Court- of Probate for rillalonga ,
advance wn, the result of CrittendcnTe and procuring,land .warrants1 and pensions under I. the County Nassau, do hereby certify.the foregoIng Dear Sir:;!Tbia mJ1 certify you,that I had JOHN TOLALONGA, -

pniaunication. In'll. probability,the message the,various pension laws of tbe United States. I to be a true copy" from the"minutes, in the a negro"girl) suffering uierisev_ r, attack of .">*< Natural Gaardianand Trustee.
r.* .oce,or two Jays old, or perhaps proceeded; 5. For collections ;generally, embracing debts, I above entitled'cause Diarrh ,And that the use ,of ona.;bottle ofreparation Jacksonville,Aug.9,1851. Stow > .

rs* the,Spanish forces':in ambuscade. We, legacies/aad inheritances, in the United States and i Witness my hand and prieaeaJ! ,- there being p( called Indian,Loxecust effectually

'.e "*fn to snppose that \Lopez was. no-, foreign countries.?,., -, BO seal office. this 31st day of July;A.D.'.1851.. cured her, and I 'o'tld take this method.of re* IKON,BRASS "-&:COPFCKWANTED. ,
$fltof the Pixirrofs 6. For the pnrchaso andTsal*;of.lands in any of .,JAMES ', ,i
arrival. We Kn w that i r 11i commending it as a very;.valuable Medicine . .
tteJi.Jt1a'1 the States or Territories.of&.Union, and loaning JadgOofProbat.&e.LL..S a- -
I cbe4iete pun,."Yere entirely the"aark.. moneys oD'mottpgt of real esta.telythg therein. ,Anputfc ,- ,Wd : i.:Yours InflyT' JOHN BILstRTLY PERSONS having'old Iron,Bras or Copper
to tbiibidico!.T&ttenden had: 7. For investment of funds in United States and '. they wish,.to dispose,',will.find

.A1Eced&bon\ two Wu. w1..ol. was Usaa1bjthe State stocks and loans,.collection of,the, dhidendJtbereoD NEW.CLOTHING' STORE.T -. .!: ,: 't" Mf -, P reaiy sale for! all they can:bring, at the FovftDKT -

wtenening troop His:one bur'sn& ,Jh and,-generally. ,for the;transaction all ', dlllillhtrator''lfotice., ,. Jacksonville, "'a., And, receive':liberal
Courtttn., root ofl business to, a Law, Loan and Banking UODE Ageni opened a new'CLOTHINGif # r ..-- the --
wen to pertaining
'pne & body ,); .. 'IX1iONTBS after Yin prices for same. ,
.r hDdnd. Ageuey.It '" ''-'' t'- <*' *'" f AND'DRY'GOQD STORE, .'OD-'Bay street eWe my..aeO f '
This: =
limited ; GEORGE .
lulmbfr.1eleaJ1,; MOOSEr.Pr6prtetoiv
5ydoMr.JPinnegaamand respectfully _cottntaa Administrator of tb of David 4
IfiilrJi,'***Lht rt sldow r copied in fcnar-- 'arAB Palmer eommunaUjMdresidpOStpaIdtoMessrs. .SDetl&aJ.t Amarimn and foreign invites;the,citizens,4f Jacksonville and the Bikox"deceased to'the .Jodge of Probates for Ia_ .11._' *. tf IF ':

PeLt Vuie| between urittitKren;and"Le- Agency CUy>o(.Watf' 'neMI' .t impounding:country to."come,and.e e.for themlelres. >aval countv; and aik for sdaalaetUemeniandallowance i "TUSr BF.CEIVE -A fresh lot o r.choice
isecoad< :!tUcV (tk, first UicgnnsnebrlnereaUd and faithful attention:_- :.:: _: : :, --r 'You.will positively'bay your'roods In thjj ot the same, dot my discharge i from ;; Hams, GoaenButterlckei'e'IrihultonketBe1Me.gP. "
II 'as Xn&de, numbers; and sETBEN: store cheaper tJw1tTtl.70a di4TR'J Ok5mnruIebefors. \.AdminIstrat1onofesid.Egtats., ? t"f'1'.i ',- .
.A new
TALMU ,. M & , >- rm JAMES 1 : c:
.: aad'WeT*forced to > 0' Oftice"G ZZA Jj?** .t>* A'SILCOXiA4a'r.j : .
tI.r Fifty- : 'C wv *
; y> a1 '
'I ::1Iaf3
'-* '- ,, 15 IBS!. OJa : ; r- pwCUE&co.c.t
tOIk:logether/- After wandering e-'le tI J l"U', 0',1' I 1 JuntM," 185L_. >fm;U ; August .f1 SI
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every '.to" the; planters of LonS PCottowthrt S 'the ciUxent
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JJi: .CHARLES. BYRNE.. HAVING received from New\Jotkla' supply of GttJ e Jatelt improved ROLLER HORSE GINS. S : lA' ,xaozim.i.iF.a.S. : DIRECTEROMNEWperschoon
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FELIX For the reputation of the Gins, apply ; Goods
t. .. all kinds ofPalflpb5lttS1 following Agents, or to 'those. viho hiteHiem. : ,H. :whit. Smith '* X. OrienATTORNJYB Dry qrocerie''Ware J

TERMS: Circular, S S S S AT! LAW Crockery & :: '
: : .... Law Blanks 'Hand Bills, muse: 4
.THUS :. >DOIAWU'" r:la ABKTO is' ,A YAKCL I Bostaett Cards* Show Bills, ,AGENTS. ALUOATOK,'COLUMBIA Coxmrr,'BAST PLOKIDA.M. which he offers for sale at the, "

: eu' -4U will b iDJened on the following 'Visiting Cards* :Bills of Lading; Centerrillage Ga. 'at Alligator. .
. I {or Adveitisemenu &c., *c. Itc.TS3TA11 .' Villalonga & Acosta, .Whit Smith Office -FOB CASH OB COUNTRYat '
. ,
.. t, termst: : tills for icork of this kind,to It paid on ,Capt.B.R.DeVeaux,Bythewood Charleston., Beaufort,C.S.C.. M.O'Brien', Office at NewnansTille. the store formerly occupied 'f' .

; One_dollar:per*auare, ,oftwelvelifltitDd under, delivery. June I4.I .- Scott& Florida. May,31,1851. ** Harrison, Bay street. Par eu1ar,

i for the first auztlOfl. and 75 cents for each subse _- Tison Fernandez& Harris Bisbee, Ocala& Jacksonville, E. E. F -- S called to his large and ,elegant

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: : advertisements must be paid for bet ore insertion S.Niblack & Co, AlligatorE. F. ish. Also, to his beautiful stock JGENTLEMEN'S S,
referring JOHN S. TAYLOR, ElizabethtownLowndes TT7ILL attend the :Circuit Courts In the J
regular customer. By Lartinger & Harris
unless a
.s- W the United States REAp
be ascertained Ga.
jermstbe requisite sum may County, CLOTHING BOOTS
to BBO.l
No. 143 Nassau Street, New. YorLFTIHE District Court'at St. Augustine; Supreme
and transmitted with the advertisement. I ALSO, S Court at Tallahassee; and prosecute Claims for Call and examine before '

..(' :Advertisements: not marked with the number following,Books wilt be sent by roan, free Extra Boxes and Brushes can be ;had of the citizens in any part of Florida against the GOT- where. D. 11 CUQ ,

: : ofinsertioM required,will continued until forbid JL :postage, to any part of the United States, subscriber, at moderate rates. Prrsons want- eminent at Washington, either before Congress Jacksonville, May 3, 1851. 11!

and charged for.jgTFive on the receipt of the money for the same, ',which ing Gins, or Gins repaired, please direct to or at the Departments. I ;
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to ,
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:- St Mary's, Georgia. "
, '. me its candidates for office.. The Sacred Mountains. By Rev. J. T. Headley. May,31, ,18U.: 6m 'May 11, 1850, tf Sale. 'JI r.,.'

One square,for Six Months, t t 91000 1 vol. 12mo. Illustrated. Fun cloth, tlj; gilt MI WILL DISPOSE OF at crfr '

-j Notice to Debtors and Creditors : t 7 00 edges, extra, $1.50. my PLANTATION ].
I i. AGENCY Oscar Hart
Mountains. By Rev J. T. Headley.:
The Sacred ,
Application for Letters 0 Administration 5 00"Urellgtous St. John's river, at the mouth of Jt
".. 1 vol.18mo. Without the plates. Sunday-school OF ATTORNEY AT LAW, creek sixteen miles above
;, ::; notices will be inserted gratui edition. 50 cents. Dr. S. S. .;rITCD'S Jacka'ol1llt.
till). Sacred Scenes and Characters. By Rev. J. T. MEDICINES. (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) situation is known to be the most

L' Q3AU:: ftdnuMtble personal communications will Headley. IvoL 12mo. Illustrated. Full cloth, CELEBRATED practice in the several Counties of, the river, and is remarkable fonts i

, charged advertisements. $1; gilt edges, 1.50. Used by him mtth dxtwgmshtd success in the WILL Eastern Circuit Florida, and attend not a case of fever .having occurred
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and Battles of the Wal- other lost or destroyed by troops in {(
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History Heart Diseases Dyspepsia
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; of and Medical studies extra,75 cents. S for the sale of
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the benefit ofa Private Lectures Letters from the Backwoods and the Adirondack. and will themconstant- despatch. I IJacsksonyil1eJan.
course the above keep and the steamers pass and repass the!
T .25 1851. tf
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... diseases: in different latitudes,while engaged Essay on the Character of the Apostles. By,Rev. AT LAW Jacksonville,
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country Heroines of Sacred History. By Mrs. Steele. Illustrated One Dollar a Gallon, the Grease Fifty Cents a cuit..in Benton and Hillsboro' counties of the -
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f He ma; be found, when not professionally New, enlarged, and revised edition. 81; gilt positively reject them. I am a good judge of ,and in the United States District court waror their legal]

: engaged, at his office on his farm in the Western edges extra, $1.50. % them. They must be in :Mirnaluralstale. Florida; and will prosecute claims againstthe tire. '

suburb of the town. Theopneusty,or the Plenary Inspiration of the Holy W. HUMPHEYS, United States before Congress and the Depart- Pensions for life,for widows of sack >0 '

Jacksonville, Aug. 16, 1851. tf Scriptures. By Prot Oaussen, of Qenava S WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, ments at Washington soldiers whomtrrired previous to 1800.. f
Rev.E.N. Kirk. A and en-
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1 '. The Shorter Catechism of the Rev. Assembly of in the U. 8. who conceived and undertook.extensively -
AND MACHINERY, at Garel'sFerl'7. Dural Divines. With Proofs thereof out of the Scriptures to publish,the idea of supplying all post of. I War of 2812, with' Great flritfij J

I'.- county Florida. The Engine is 20 horsepower I in words.at length. Per 100, 83. Sees with cheap stamps. AU stamps made by him -I-- J. McRobert Baker Mexican War ; or in any of tine! I
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t order, and ready for immediate use. SACKED SCENES AKD CHARACTERs-By Rev. any are sent out in any way defective or.a. tiefae- Terms moderate where the claim .iai
F It has also a corn mill attached. The Engine J. T. Headley.-this work may very properly be tory, duplicates shall be forwarded, on notice,with NOTARY PUBLIC. otherwise no charge.ThcSubscribenis .

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For terms, apply to me at Palatka, or to my *," by the same author. Its object is to illns- CHANGE FOR DATES, at Two ,Dollars .only-(for take Testimony, Affidavits & Aeinonl- Columbia for the ".
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'" ngs. It is not the author's design to supersede the Address Post Master, Pleasant Grove, Allega-
t' > A.H.COL1Palatka Bible; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to obtain ny Co. 1Id." 'Maine, Virginia; Vermont, Massachusetts, Company, -it
Fla.,1Iayl0, 1851. tf and become intimately acquainted and perfectly Any editor publishing the above,(and this notice) Connecticut,New York, Pennsylvania Established in 1820,a IK) empowered bj act
, familiar with its history, doctrines, and laws; 3 times,and sending a copy of paper, shall receive Delawld'eMaryland Carolina, ment.for the Insurance of Livra and tie<
(,;,, Hotice. to know its truth, to imbibe its spirit, feel its power pay in WOOD LETTERS,whenever twice the amount I ,South, Carolina, Georgia, Ala nfchitdreuiuLondoo.NewYorkofW
and partake of its salvation; in a word, to prize, of the Bill is ordered;-or,if preferred, a wood engraving i bama Mississippi Texas. .f I'
SIX MONTHS after date, we the undersigned in some measure,as it deserves, this treasure whichIs will be furnished,to order, or,an engraved i CAPITAL 83oooJooo. .<.t:
Administrators on the Estate of indeed beyond price. We predict for it acircu.lafion newspaper head, and design, pf the value of Five July, 27 1850. ly Commumcmions addressed to the II

r- A11caJoh Peen, late of Columbia county, deceased .- far beyond any of the author's former works. Dollars. S June 14, 1851. Washington,D, C.,will receive prompt, me

will present our accounts and vouchers -The Newt, Jan. 1th. -S ,Philip Fraser M. THO)
to the Honorable of' Probate 'Notice. Attorney at Lam,a Ad Commissiover 1
:. county, to be discharged from the further ad- T. Headley. author of the "Sacred Mountains," i MONTHS after date shall Deeds for North and Snth <
ministration of said Estate ; for which all per- M. This work will add greatly to the reputationof I SIX we presentour 'I JACKSONVILLE, FLA., P. S.-Refer,if necessary,to abe Head.i.
persons-heirs legatees or interestedare the author. ,In literary 'merit it more than accounts andvouchers, as administratrix attend to business menu and Members of Con res*genera/; professional .
persons and administrator the estate of John ,WILL any *
Mountains. Mr. Standly
equals his "Sacred Headley excels Washington City.November,1850.
'> hereby requested to take notice. to him in the \....
i Courts of the
tad"vivid of
-, in his glowing style descriptions. His J ,late Alachna county and State of Florida,
t ,.. RHODA CORINTH, i works,are a ,rich treasury of all the sublimity of deed.' to the Hon.' Judge of Probate of said Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at '
: S WM. H. ROUSSEAU, thought, moving tenderness of passion, and vigorous county, for a final'settlement. ;and at the same Tallahassee. He has also 'such ,anadvanta* In Circuit Court,Eastern Ci.
4dwinist rat of which to be found connection with able *
or: strength expression are said geous an Lawyer at Washington '
time shall to
we apply court for letters
p. -Little Blver, Aug. 16, lSl. 6m in an the languages by which mortals declare,their discharge from the administration of City. as will ensure a prompt and speedy Florida, in Columbia Cc
I Globe Jan.5/A. of said Es -
'- minds.-&Daily collection of such claims as
, tate. All interested may be'pLiced
Notice. 'RAMBLES"AKD SKETCHES-By Rev.J. T.Head- persons are desired to ,' in his hands the United NAXC Coo*, .
against States. '
( Inciiancery :
take notice'. f
I 'ey-:We have not for a long time sat down to a .
SIX'MONTHS: after date, I will present' book' with more pleasing anticipations, or found S ,J. STANDLY Admn'r 'I Sept.8th,1849. ly JOHN c. CooK. ) Bill of Divorce,I.dJ.

t the Honorable Judge of Probate for Co those anticipations more fully realized, than in the Newnansville. E. Fla. April 5,1851.A .
f r lum ia-count.r accounts and vouchers work, before R. D. appearing to satisfaction of till
my as perusal[ of the us-and we know it Kondrick IT,
, Administrator on the Estate Samuel Hinson. will be hailed with gratification by the many admirers GREAT NATIONAL WORK! that the Defendant,John Cook,is I
i late of said county deceased;*:for which all of the talented author. His "Napoetan awl COUNSELLOR AT LAW, sident of the State of Florida,and that .'

*- persons concerned ,are'hereby requested 'to' hi Marshals1 was,perhaps, as popular, and foundat \V ASHINGTOlYrFROM WILL practice in thesereral Courts of the residence unknown to the Com J .

. S.' : take notice,asl shall ask to be discharged from least as many enthusiastic readers as any book STUART'S MOST CELEBRATED Circuit, and in the Counties of It is ordered, that the said Defendantand <
;t, the further administration of said estate. that can be mentioned. We think the "Rambles ',PAINTING., Hillsborough and Benton of the Southern Circuit plead, answer, or demur te this Min
!r I *','* and Sketches" are destined to be aa popular at of Florida. three months the win be," '
WAf.H.ROUSSEAU, Adm'r. least as any of his previously published works. THIS large and magnificent FULL LESGTH roR- I or same

J 11: ; LIttleRiyer, Aug..to, 1851. 6m There is not a dull chapter in the work, filled as it OF WASHINGTON' from the burin Tampa Bay, October 28th 1849.no'v.17.WDLDLTUflUO confessed; provided publication be J ,
, with "an infinite variety." The author has ample clan Ameriean'artist, is considered by all who order as the law directs. J
:,; 1 Administrator's- Sale. room and verge enough for the employments of his have seen it, to be one of the most beautiful specimens (Signed,) THOS. DOUGLJ
fine talents to great advantage-and most sucoes- of art ever published,' and a correct likeness FACTOR A true Copy Test, 1
i : ON: Mondayt1ieelghteenth day of September fully has he accomplished the task. The biographical of Washington. -The size of{he plate is 18 by 28 COMMISSION MERCHANT, S. SCARBOROUGh '
'I ,In obedience to an order olthe Honorable sketch of the author is interesting and ."well inches which will make. handsome picture for the North Commercial Wharr, ,
't Com ..obate Alachna parlor, and should be in the hands of Feb. 19/:il |IMarchI5I.J'STIMS'ON :
v County, I will offer,or considered, and adds much to the value of the every Feb.'14.-ly Charleston S. .
C. >
sale. In front of the,Court House door, in the town book, which is got up in a very neat and attractive citizen. S, "
NewnanrriHe, in said county,at public outcry a style by the publisher.& Portland Transcript, It is a correct copy from Stuart's celebrated original .

*- ;. ,M TRACT,OF LAND, wf Dee. 15t1. Conn.Painting. now at the State House, Hartford Harmonic Institute, \ & ,C0lNew !?

contalnlng'one thousand six hundred and sizty.sixt Mr. Headley is one of the most promising.writers It is finely engraved and printed on superior Corner of St..Jnllcn ,Street and Market Square, York New-Orleans &
acres, situated in said county Alachna; belong of-this country, and wo have here one of his plate paper. That it maybe within the of SAVANNAH; GA. ,
means .
1 ing ttbe estate of Thomu Clary late of said best books-one on which be can,safely rest his all, the publisher has reduced tho S
S ,county,decfeased. The same being sold to pay the Came It possesses the nnfatigning charms of pe- .,DOLLAR. : price. .to ONE F ZOGBAUM & CO., Importers and Dealers .bile,Express; t
, debts of said Estate,and to make distribution among fect simplicity and truth. .There is';a, graceful Qp All remitting the in Music and 'MUSICAL INSTRUMEnTs' of
C the heirs of said deceased. frankness pervading the composition, which engages amount, may re every description,wholesale and retail. BY EVERY. STEAMSHI1,
. .. I **'- GEORGE'RIDDLE, Adm'r. the interest :of the reader lathe author as ly to upon'receiring part of the aperfect United States copy by return of mail, Complete Bands famished, and Dealers supplied 1f"

r- i Ag.i6lS5l. ', sod ,well as in the ,subject His rambles. about Rome, on any rollers made for the. ,),free(carefully of put up' at New S York S 5 prices. OFFICES : ,.t.
..Paris and London exhibited thousand 'lively purpose postage. J. H.'McRORY Jr. No. Wall. "
: a ;Ad e8S.aU, orders, (postpaidto the Publisher June 19 Street, New York,>
tJ. .;' : traits of an ingenious nature, upon which a man of ,.JOIIN'.s.'TAYLOR---. 21. ly Agent, JacksonYille., St. Charles'Hotel <
BlSSOlLlJTIOir.solved S S Building N.
taste will We ,
t delight linger. predict for:this a
Bookseller and Publisher 143 '
: II.I : NCURBTONlrTIT8: that the fiim of sale equal to that of!any of:the author's works. ,'July 5. Nassau-st, N.T. Bounty Land&General Agency Mobile Agent, M..BO

f I : b this da1'dJs. :Se.'ZVew.Yor&XVswa. J3r Every attention paid to die
( D
j : br. ftuaj consent All,persons holding The collection is one"which no author need be :ICE I 'ICE! : Drafts, Notes, &c.
J=. : claims against said firm will present them ashamed. consists,indeed, of some of Mr.Head-: JOSEPH T. WALKER Will give
to H..LTFRKNCH.forsetaement; most brilliant high-finished pHE possesses a Receipt and the
S :l ley's compositions ena- prompt efficient attention to BOUNTY
i S
It; 'S' S JOHN M. CURETON, -of these specimens of his abilities by which he with :but bleanypersontomak0 little Ice, in "J climate, ,LAND CLAIMS officers and soldiers engaged in NOTICE/: ?
P.T.TITUS., may judged with the greatest safety his fameas expense or ,trouble. The process is the r
late Florida War ,
: JacklO1nille.A.ugaat 3, 1851.9Isa a world-painter and thinker. 5e New-York simple and can be accomplished by the most limIted or either of the Indian "VJI E have appointed,T.O.IIouits
Tribune, Dee. 17U,-.1849.N. S understanding, ;so ai to produce from even W art in.which the States bate beenCngaged V T 'eral Agent and Attorney to'"

( THE SUBSCRIBES' having purchased the Em .B..The above Books will be forwarded to ,.warmwaterinihohottesteuteapure ice,equal or'the' ,War Kith Great Britain of 1812, and all business in the name of Palmer'
Mills hu order in
pin assumed essentialto
the i every thatformedbynatnral and to, of
of description business
Pajment all out- any
at the pjeelmentloned, free of causes. requiring an To collect and receive all
debts due the
postage,to The .
standing liabilities against the any luxury'of always
late firm having at
of Cureton one'.sirfli.' in the or '
Agent Attorney '
&Titus. All. part of the United States, on the receipt of orders,' heat of summer, anddelicionsice Washington. For procu Palmer &. Ferris, bj Bond-Mortorotherwlse
persons having claims pure '
against wiUreadily
t. sale with money. Money may'be sent by mall :at ring land warrants his charge will be $5 In
: firm will please leave them with McQcitBj* Mclw' rilL my, bo conceded; and advantages, in cases of other 'it:will : also for, Darius Ferris
; TOSH Esq, who is the authorized Agent and Attor S. 'JOHNS. TAYLORPnblih. : sickness,' cannot':.be too"great1 )prized.". By this and cases proportioned' to. ',the 'nature S All persons haYlng'demands'agaiJiJ\
. neyoftheeubscribes.., 143 same process warm water 4&D be rendered delightfully difficulty ofthecase & Ferris or Darius Ferris ecesed'sent "
'- -- hIRAM L. FRENCH. 9. Nassau-street" Nrw-York. cold in about 5 minutes,'and:ice CZ'e&IU.with He will also act In connection with Agents or the same to TO.Holmesfor
I VacksonviUe, Aug. 185L' _im, August 2m. many other luxuries, can be made in from 10 to 20 A ttorneys in Florida,who may beernployed in all persons. indebted to paj, '
,3 minutes. _. S Palmer, : Fe
S Bounty land and other claims on terms '
which rius
: : ,:eimiiIAtratfon, Notice.ALL ,, Notice 'Is\Hereby!Given,, takenfromtheN""fYorkSun.Thefoflow1ng'notice of-this great' "dIacovery is maybe agreed upon. Letters (which, should ,for settlement Ferris requested and make to call on_T.,*; ,
rpHAT:I shall petition the 5- be post-paid) will receive immediate payinentSARAH ;
PERSONS Interested HonTbomuDauj : alter
are hereby notified "A Seal L z.Di.- P. FEB
1. James rl :
of the
six months from the date hereof shall Judge Circuit Court/Eastero Circcu' of Wilmington tion. Aug.'J7 1850. tf 'Adm'x
; Florida for leave.to tell Lot No. oduces,'b,an artiftolal .: : tD.F
,trashImyaceountofmy administration : : 19,'and one ballot procea.pure and solid ice, __
1- tate of H uy Hartley;deceased,to the of thees. Lot No. 18;in the TownofAIllgtor: belonjdn to froD1'.Warm &tTintbe heat ofsuinzncr! ; in less S DAVID' L.PALMJ&..
Honorable Ulan
Judge otPr b&CeotJgn1'count the.minor Samuel&Elliott. :: hall.au hour. ';ADd 11.can render.barrel ot Charles JDeWaal, JacksonvIlleJan, 550. i.
J ,, and ask fora waer as O9ld.M ie .ItsOf < '
na1NtUement S : :CHARLES J. FITCHETT Guardian. in.a..very fow minutes.-
with the 4vcrNEsEn
It same,. and discharge'from 26 1851. This di8conryxuQlt be fcimenso I, S
o> '-" XPyadminIZtat1onthereo &daa.
k -'-- -, 5-- lug"South.. S JACKSONVILLE;'E. jr. j ; lr iiIV..

;i", -, ',Atigt11t9j851." SU8A.NNA.H.B'A.B, ''em Y. Adm'L /, NEW CJLOTHINGST0JRJE.MODE. -. l'eCel whi h1 ontaWltun In: .S4LflanZPRtfthiCiiitjattjuded: : i SIX ,MONTHS 4PmaDATE;; '1"-,

structionu! !ormakng! ice ,, S our accounts and ToaeW* .
T .AjroCbas opened a new CLOTHING: water and JIce'"cte&lUOooliug: Jo antlrespectully solicited, !- ; Hon. :
; ,
and.numuoQ J Judge of,Probate.for-CollU11b1a'
otheruufal '
Wten.f1riDt b Jacksonville 848
flfl1trRttOR Notice.S ., STOREoutJSaT street. May 6,1
QIX- WEEKS AJ'TEB."DATB ont *&5u\*V-){FJ. fcnegan's,'and'respectfolly f0WRdS4tOOrdeforTwo'Ar ,, Z4i "''nYl.a ..' DoflarebMdtessg ,I Florida,for a ,fiqal settlement and!**'
p' th&1j.r.ppii'tothelloneorp tavit ; c. "AC. .. WILMGTON I B'' j" 5'- j ch*rgefronif
Berbe "..:thikcltiiens' of Jacksonville'and; the # : 1 aJ'O1'IIaa..wQ; ; I ; the further:AdminUlrtt
S ... Dt : .
tti..JJro. : mNasawstTNewTotk.June
:j. stntoandmg td ,
country EtateofAi-chtbsld
,bate Com tot the come andfttheu.: Hogans late 01
' :; t.. il.Adm1nistraUolonStb: _ozc-j' .WUantMiok.u.r. selves;';Tou will peiWvtlybuy! your roods!n this ii'and> ZOne Ageniij JhOlG'; ) ia.eac.cou: i "pvTEATHqq&,.1.. I I tj, deceased,; *t which;all,'paosa
Jf I ler ',' pew tt9&W&lu'r'J0! 'did3nJacksonadnvSfcUfcfe ...th..ne1D1M'rorwai'd"50" -'" .. ....
-- I are desired
; 1'IHOHAS'L.JU '' Y&r14eb tfJ'1wiU ; t to take l1otlce.t' tjf1
; r oe1..J7'eo\I A >
I. 3TA
: .te
..Wpt'f.'JS5t, ;, ._ J MODE. .qr P.1! JtX MBortmen of LadletfV '
em let.'contaIntig %
tun T LUlsr>
\ -
Juu14 185L :- -, wtnoUODL. / : .r'"tt.1Z.BO: (
.. ;
fm"t1f. '.H t, : ......, I fa.b1onableBoUnets'and Parasols !
28. <' by 1
1 '_, j i 'imS May 31. e P.M'CUBN'itCO. I :: ? > :!a' *1 ; *'- :JROBERTS,.

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