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 13, 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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le Paul, who was inspired'mir eu1ous11wi h -- .- ., t ., w- ......: ., .different :plants required for their
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troewUdom whichj>rodoces the fruits of /were sown on thls.i.- V
hit :Let, all:who read.this,mark and reflect PoD son of Bostony lellTuf that' = i \ ? yth that thwe glidioj- .
fit mad :
ottice humility and charlt).-' PACT meets opposition e consent. of:the owners. without '\violating www
its In the lastparagraph it iadistinctly.!laid I 'slavery'is nVjtoJf;tkeldvease : elevated about foot above the sur
with ft run-away at Bfl ,*converts him 'toChristianity the ; } : ., but, ::the constitution end,09 ordinaMe of.GOD: :This water;and were of an'oblong shape.

and sends him: home to his mas. down as ft political.axiom,that conservative merelyDne outgytffuftfa!! disease.,_ "Let: u.tar as it goes, should satisfy.ev ery Southern ,'these) Insulated and raft-like

/items.of ti.U nonis: necessary''toJi>reserve no man ecejre;himself,0: he .''with -the: adorned with .
says but Mr. lovely bed or count
PACt.. says:-Let as many, servants as ,: rman; Brownson leaves one: point'not'
ter. ( in the FREE STATES ,the principles .ef, :civilized vain.h ope.t .thii radicalism nil ',.;which,were not .alone cherished
represented so '
their masters settledhe
; satisfactorily
count own .
under the yoke : leaves It to be inferred
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rorthy of all honor, that the name of GOD,:this .soekty. .r ; .., by,the, Free&oirparty' would stop, with. .the : thai_ he'too;like! Mr.Websler: ,'opposed of nature't( .) 'hilt Pe'.neat.lonn wereemploya of Ii the the

The writer, who was,oncehinselfan aoolitianuf mere. .abolition.o tq egroa' rfiT; :4t I the andTrere
doctrine be not blasphemed. G persuasion ;;to the diffusion of the slaves., 4Aad yet he admits tEelrldolsf a favoriu *,
and who still wishes to have;aI 'Yfry.cea.e.1.iCJtcan ) of eo many of our citizens that weald," i t the palac'e oflEheiFieirfemperors.---
and consent that the States
'Jf nun"track, otherwise, : ,where'sUreiy subsists are .
any be got rid:without injustice to the which''renders it so dangerous.. 'W assure the Chinampas. along the Yiga canal
otto whole-some words;CTen the words of our censervalive and invokes them ,not to,dev attached to ll e main lands on the
om>"JtC3 CHRIST,.and to the doctrine which: Owners; and.without making,worsa the.eondi public andlt:*is-the potnt .'wish parties' sertth\North,In the hour of trial,e but to aid ,lie between the(wo.great lakes of

according to godliness,he provdf knowingBOthingjbut tion of the slaves; the gifted author. of'the review 1 larly lol* : pr. son Out Je rsthat_theabo-' them in,th.defence of"citiRzed hotel ." And Tezcuccc' Little trenches. fined r

: under the peculiar circumstances,:of Ins Mine of negro'.slavery is only *n "incident :InFreeSoilisr. ; this brings W back: appeared:divide the gardens.-
doling about questions and strifes cfttrds consider the question.
position could not prevail ,bimselfto Neither the'Ft .oilers'"norwe small bridges,'thrown across the
upon assort Sooth aid ;
How can the (
Ae In
whoreof cometh envy,strife, raVings, nil North: suppressing keep up the muDlcaUQn.with the .

surtusvigt, perterse disputings of men of cartpt in so many words, that .Southern_ :; slavery,{ can.,foresee, where y they would. .top'Corn*. the. prevalent fanaticism. The: ,only ,conceivable : .The Indian proprietor has genes. .

minds and destitute of the truth, supposing as a social and political institution, is a conservative bining. t.,as they do in one x, all!the several classes i mode'by which- this can be.done, con- mb :hut in.the garden, but no.Iot> 4 I

ingredient in the American Union. But of fanatics in.the.country, and being the party (is desirous of remeving for a apace I
hat is godliness silently with the Constitution, by the co- tiOD" seated in his '
.gam take the whole paragraph last quoted from his opposed to:law, to constitutions and. governments canoe, tow along
.The Rey. Theodore Parker thinks that the opention of Southern members of Congresswith and flowering island to another'part
review;read it with'candour and then say, ,If ,certain it is they would not stop so longs silvery
restoration of a runaway slave to his master is 'Northern members and iritb the President glistening sea.
you can;that it does not clearly imply that the there remained a single :safeguard for individual in slave in gardens floating or fixed.Howrrr
crime hardly equalled in enormity by the betrayal enforcing the fugitive. law. forcible -
slave holding States are necessary to ,preserve freedom, or a single institution capable them in,their\bewitching ekmate. J
ot THE Soar o? Ala ,and that Judas .resistance of this law by the mob ,is the are all roses des quatre saisons (so
the ""principles :of civilized 'society77 in' the imposing they least t,aint upon lawless
imself not a more to be abhored wretch than only o1erhct originating in fanaticism: that ,.by Lord-'s. gardener "quar
Union. j and despotic lh" "The ,party has_absorbedin From :March
the officer who in obedience to the laws of his tbe) power of the lederal_ Government can legaily ") to June the 1I0w-
; Now,this, as of my readers well knowis its bosom all the separate fanaticisms of the overflows and its many-colored 1
in such restoration! many constitutionally! cognizance ,And
ountry, aids not anew theory It has been long ago..not Free States; and all who/like ourselves, have if the sunny tides bury all in,their.beau. _,
"Where' Mr.Parker "shall I find public sentime-jtofanystatebeso deeply : told that on the digs difesta '
says par- even
only assorted,but demonstrated be true by watched its growth from 1831, are well aware
_ and generally hostile to that law that the classses smother
are nearly
aUel with men who will do such a deed 1 I
more than a few Southern. Statesmen, The that it has never lost an inch of ground nce'pfn 'and crowned with variegated
the and bring most hidns authority of the thte. illnot or.dare gar'
ill -
open graves tip fact is men are so easily misled In the j direction d, and that, it has never met' with a interfere poppies, sweet-peas,'jessa
from the dead. Come Herod the, to enforce it, the probobility Is .
tyrants other-gifts ot; the munificent Flora
where Heel or is supposed o' lie,their serious ebeckPThis
icked 1 Come Nero, than awful Roman Em- ; : that any such effort on the part of the Federal :-Lady Wortleyrs Travels, mtke Urn-
their fame their interest their is the tone who like Paul
ipper testimony
power, authorities % -
eror schooled in Roman deprarity Come would result in civil war, and adismemberment ,
ty that cornParativelJfew'bed., duiJthe obstacles before his conversion,was aiding and abettingthe
,of the'unio'h instead of'the'
thou of wickedness suppression
heap George Jeffreys
p, or objections to course, they mark out* propagators of doctrines hat he afterwards William S. Crittenden.
boa shade of a judicial butcher! Let us see of fanaticism. And such, we think
whilst some, though aware of:obstacles that came to abhor. Hear him 'bis own words: of the lamentations ot"tathlnl' s
with those who would be the end fan attempt by the General brothers and sisters .
ow thou wilt compare kidnap ,' for the
affect the conscience. even, ,persist in wrong : "We speak a; party'which"we hate long '
xn in Boston. What! dost thou shudder? reckless of consequences., known,.,and..which,-we griete say we our, Government. to enforce by arms any law,in any dearly beloved, by the Havana
have abstained from the obtru
rhese not thy kindred? 'Tis true, George Drownson'lre- "of selves when we had more influence:ttith our' State where there is a general belief that the ;we
The editor of be humble into the of
may, grief presence
countrymen than we ever.hope to haveagain law in question is unconstitutional '
these not thy kindred. 'Forgive can
effreys, oppressiTe. of those who have to 9
the former,bat he has given the most incontestable supported under. than one of' its sorrows mourn
that I should bid thee such companionship more B. their blood but' no"lon
at own we can
evidence, on two important subjects, aspects with a zeal and an energy worthy of a .
with hunters of the slate! a poor tribute to the memory of.a
'doe'snot better cause. Alas are often powerful
that he is not one of the latter class., ,He ; men ; .
The foregoing is but a small specimen of to do evil, but impotent. ,torepair.it7. 1QfS tUantou .
like the Rer. Mr.Parker purpose himself was William 8. Crittendeu. .

Reverend Theodore Parker's doting about and counsel others,jto keep.'-the:,law.of.God" M!. Brownson evidently feels ,deeply ,,and\ -- well did we know him. We knew I

uestions and strifes of words" in the face ofaril's keenly.that. painful compunction, so agonizingto From the,Cincinnati Enquirer. in the Mexican war, and in' many ft :
until the 1ais their '
only they can.trample of country An
ezample and precepts enjoining the opoaite an honest man,,which attends the reflection Auction Scr e. blanket. Educated West
mth impunity.He plainly and honestly tells Stroling through our .city, we chanced intoan graduated.with honor. At open--
almost that that; he has committed ,
course One might fancy an irreparable:
: wrong;
his countrymen that if they",pursue the,course. auction. room to see what bargains we could war, occupied the POSitIon.of
ant wu addressing himself immciiifttely to parson Parker.advices,they will be instrumental but' like an honest man he confesses the wrong, make: "The:auctioneer was upon the stand. of the First Infantry, and for ,several

bra new.litht h>' 'tr Jam apostle. ilO," Tlico- in civilireTI societyand knowing and_ is now devoting all the energy_ .ofa. powerful -, with apiece of _Ilea. : the highly responsible'du* .

ore "keep that which is committed to thy destroying and independent mind -to prevent stillgreater t Eight cents'i yard !-who says ten?" post of Adjutant at.Vera Cras with
tb'k of the great mass', different. individuals_ ,T11 give you ten," says an old lady." He was the son :or a' brother
rof! the faithful inculcation of obedience excesses., He seems to despair,or the I .
( he who fills
are influenced by different considerations, "Going at ten! Going-gone! 'Yours mad gentleman now

o law and order,'of justice, peace, charity,) appeals to the pockets" of each as'are callous to Fret States,,((as they,are,called J and to look to am;.walk in and settle." of'Attorney General of the United

voiding profane and rain bubblingV he's/are States.as the last hope of 'civilizedioeiety97 ''I didn't_bid on tl.exc1aimed the old lady, father: emigrated to Arkansas,
the impulses of patriotism. .t..I. tfied te.
advancing. __. .
doubtless esteems in America. He ? a
the Rev. Theodore says; "
Bat "In an industrialand commercial Point'o "W' thank persons not to bid if they don't filling a community with universal

>and about en much as he does the authors ind T :' he) ,the Southern Confederacy "Let ,the ;principles of Free-Soilism, of the want'an article,". udd the auctioneer. -Going, t'J the loss of a man as highly 'endowed :
ew (says ; be- '
fanatics become predominant, as the) :are ', virtues as he was with
nforces of the fugitive slave law. Having exited :- then, at eight Who says more than eight?' gifted i
would have the advantage over the Northern. eomigi, and'goTernment cannot be maintained, "Nine cents said an old gentleman opposite genius. -
bishearcrs. to a pitch of frenzy, It would include the' great exporting :States,, or, if maintained, only as an instrument op- -'fNinol-nine-whO.'UI. ten? Going at tendeD, as he was familiarly named ,
nee to the capture and delivery of the negro and could'tberelare always trade 'more to' its pression.: We,see not. in Free-Soilism a single- nine !-going!-gone!, ;Tours,sir. Cash takeit ,was worthy.of the stock whence* ;

ims, he proceeds. markets than in ours.77" edreming,element., ,It is ,wild, lawless, destructive at nine cents.? ,A nobltfspecimen of the Kentucky -

"" brethren. these are bat the be- advantage European fanaticism. The leaders of the party ..!didn't hid,'' said the gentleman. don't' ;a worthier servant or citizen of the.,

ell,my There will be other vicsmsyet. The Northern. We are now the factors and hat sustain it are base and unprincipled men, want it;.I wouldn't give you five'cents.:for the we have never met A lion heart ft

.nniDgofsorro"s.. This will n.,t settle the qu .- manufacturers. the,S uth, but we should whose morality is cant, whose piety is maudlin era whole piece. of honor and of liberty were bis.

hiat shall we do? I think I am a calm, coolan not be when we come to,sustain to it the_ relation sentiment, and.' ,whose patriotism is treason.'desert_ Auctioneer, getting mad*] "If anyone soldier,'a rotary of letters, 'he
The.'&OUTH must not;xw bi as he was brave. 'At the close of
again, they, have to take the article or
word two to to
and I hive or say as should lose
a ofa government1Ve .
JVarr the slate foreign theNoars., Without them there is no hope for get,into trouble, {(throwing down angrily the war he resigned his military of-
shall do. obey (fugitive ) '
hat we large with them with their.hearty co=operation citizen of Hew Orleans where
of God. Next I re- two thirds of our exports, a very proportion us; but piece of calico.] Give me something else. ,Ah! *
the law
are.ist not Keep evil with evil resist not now with say,rioence. of our internal trade, and the best marketsfor with- the friends of the Union yet remaining gentlemen, here is a fine piece of di J1'-T. What until he embarked with Loper .. _.
; the
in the Free States we may outride' this? MO.TrueDc&a.: .
for What
can. get do I hear?- -
Why do I say this ? Will you tell me the larger portion of our manufactures- storm; ''we may preserve the Union, check rad- thing if please f7 any .
hat I am a coward ? Perhaps I am; at least I would naturally form utterdIssolution .
of division from
What"in case i calism, and save American society "Til start it at fin} Ten another. .
I says Cuba In 1640.
called do Design en
not afraid to be one. Why say, transmitted
m us .
the Southern republic, would have more fully and the liberties Twelve and a half, says a third.c'Thir. '
with violence? Because published in the
hen resist not raw New Orleans Delta
: fathers from utter annihilation"The "
t is not time just yet]it would not succeed. the elements of national greatness in 'Itself by our last are pre-eminently teen cried, several cries an voices.old lady.: ."Fourteen! fifteen P- the design cf wresting Cuba from.

Now, reader, mark the language and the than the porthe ,at least till ,some great two paragraphs and"deepconsideration.'Thewriter :"Fifteen I -am red-firteen--done! at entertained. in England more thin

timents of this Apostle of Abolitionism change should come over.the;.present, state: of worthy of earnest -detected and exposed the fiffeenl.--anat'. dwell-going-g-o-l-n-g Ie leader years of ago the by most the.celebrated Jobtt.in
has not only popular party
lthongh the Rev. Theodore Parker, influen_ commerce and industry.. These_ ., considerations nature of the disease but has candidly ,and ,No -all in various
one came.
with the,fanatics but they eyes staring
ill as he undoubtedly island but one of the can have no weight c.d of English history. In a speech .
and of the : -
indicated'the' sure ,
only room.
(fearlessly proper parts
cool-headed busi ? in 164 0 he referred the eondi-
altitude who entertain the same sentiments!, should have might'with' our aGone then at fourteen! Yours sir walk ,
remedy j that remedy is" 1>e'found in the, ; up Spanish colonies the West Indies
with all that portion of our .
counsel immediate resistance with twner ness'men. and population here!PBut _
oes not conservative the Constitution-regarding, theawofGodrevering ..of.,their acquisition as one of the
'lost their the bidder could
not be made to walk
he does not leave PS to guess the reason that have"not yet entirely' South. opportunities by which Chaslea
The 'Enuh s.'f/ jjg up. weakened the house of Austria and
his Christian forbearance. plain sen! .
or 'Mi./Bro wrson 'is'not_ the only,one of the- Thirteen_ then, madam;, you can have it at h Palatinate, and "gained himself ft
l of his advice is-" efn the Jan of God We cannot refrain from expressing.ft"regret leading minds of the 'Ilortb who h'e n.constrained your. bid.. of power and greatness.than any

ill you arc satisfied that you can successfully that the candid, profound just riews, of Mr. events to admit h''tOJ&miiw. Jl didn't bid. What do you think I ,want of ." At the time this speech was
by thit article T"said the old .
lady indignantly.
uist the lairs of your country icith t'irmtt'when Brownson cannot reach every man at the South character fthe,. Southern States,and,. to appeal., :ere, Pll'take it at'tI&irufn" exclaimed a treatl'or 1640 between Great Britain
was in force. In the relations
bit time comes you may neither keep the for- as well as'the North; for.to,some extent' pub. to them to exert' ,influence J mjleftnce ofcr'vit voice at the other end of the room. All eyes the two nations tact established

aer nor obey the latter. lie sentiment:here,'is rea r l.rthe'. consequences liberty. ,and the,Christian religion. This were turned in that direction. but no claimant ,remained unimpaired until

k thinks and not without of disunion to theslave-bolding States,and stepped forward- who had 'treasured the
And the preacher ___ spontaneous acknowledgement! which, is. but probably up
"Who says take it at thirteen
ood that the day is not distant when Mr. Bro wuson'e. views would do, much ,to dispel the : they'll. of so shrewd a politician as was Pym,
cause, sheer justice,would be mora.satisfactory. Tdo," said an old fat-faced farmer. armament under Penn and Tenable

even cowards may, in Massachusetts, resist i- the errors which cause- such apprehension, South it they who make it, and especially if "Well,'sir,walk up and take it" instructions to'make descent upon

with violence the laws of man and of God.tataerous .- i would make'the South' more.ousted and bolder they who call,upon the" laTe States" to come I'm afraid it's stolen goods!"' says the fat. Hispaniola., ,

signs of the,times'admonish us that in insisting upon .their,. rights_ which. would.. to the rescue-''would be more explicit; Hoar faced man.. :f
The auctioneer now quite mad down
be higher law sect is :gaining numbers and at once arrest the progress of Northern aggresSion do they.wish the South to aid them'in defending and was 'abort collaring, tho,old,sprang man,'.when a, STATES or ;EUJto ."- his

trength in all the hireling States; and .Mr.rowcson t and retOlt'a harmony without' which. civilized society',''and 'tonhat"'extent?' Do person right behind him,,cried: the, ,revision said of that the French the Con
to choose ere long ,between "Don' st rike him! It me that said; Victor Hugo French
shall be compelled was
,who is a close and sagacious observer we ,. they wish us to"aid them in suppressing Free- you .out oflndntraetaUegrsnite
of wen; and who is alarmed at the signs-essures disunion and a greater evil_ -despotism, Schism within' their borders, not because the stole The them auctioneer turned round, when a.big Mono of-tLamat cd'floe that will

is that''thePartTof which this fierce ,declaim- or anarchy. object of,that fanaticism'fc;among other things, dog, apparently right at his heels snuffed and be ,called expression the United is repented States- te of nave Eu

n" (Theodore Parker) acts an accredited organs It may be useful.to pause awhile, at: the to..;abolish slavery in the South, which'cblefl. barked most furiously. With a sudden spring loud and ,long continued cheer-

BOW in power in this Stat,' (Massachusetts, ) point'; where we now arc,,and,look a ,lit k interests the South,-bat because L they foresee upon his counter,' he ordercS the crowd to .
at longer
leave. An elbow
acquaintance our no -
nd has the Governor and tbelD:1joritl' of Reresentatives of the) disease th ', the;
deeper into the (symptoms that by::the :prevalence of the fanatics ,able. to contain himself, burst,into a loud -

in ,both houses of, .Congress it threatens cot 'only the' \Union i and Southern North would:suffer ills penliarto,their own laugh, as: a genteel little man passed out at thedoor dovxuncEiT LITIXFKXKHCZ.;! The

ules,or misrules the great State of',Ohio; it is slavery. but m there_ 7JJten_ .of_ 'civilized so- commumiifs.? It':is, not withoutreason'ausccted ; whom*he told ns bras Blitz_ ,. the yeatrSJoMECHANIC'S Clipper! vessels'were of Monday fitting says:-out The at New fad

numerous inPennsylTaniaaimoitthe majority cia)'.. t :r. \ that this newborn teal against fanaticism gpcst. 'arms and ammunition; for Cuba,

a New:York,triumphant,in Vermont;;', and we Dr. bt.seems. to"think ttt fanaticism does not extend 'lOrai"as: :to :yagifWar wives-Speaking of the middle the President on hIS eturn to

ean but just not say also in Hew HaDlpshireb : which. ;is religious, frenzy,) i(the:only alarming against all the heads of'this'fell hydra. The ranks of life, acritiasays, There' we:behold a on Saturday' be immediately
( to prevent their tailing and to ar-
t as certain as thing human be that woman in'her glory;not a doll to carry silks ; .
any ,can- disorder in. the body politic;,that this disorder most'enlightened and liberaftf the Northern concerned. .
and to be flattered
I jewels not a puppet ,by
fit is not speedily resisted and resisted. it ,
as confined within a limited ,circle with few exceptions, are decidedly .
is,as yet! conservatives, lane adqration, reverenced..today, ,discarded.tomorrowalwaTajostled ..
Diver yet hasbecn.it: will in a short _time possess and that.It originated In"ft 1,tender'ton and avowedly opposed! ,tot admission 'out of place nature'andioeiety .A. temperance paper, exten

.ke power. In nearly all the free States, andconsequently science? 'uninformed as to,.the natural organization !- of any new Slave States into the Union,'thoughbT.inch" would assign her, by,sensuality views into the region' of tobacco* *"ez-

in the Union' itself.. To- what. and destiny of the negro race,and therefore admission the number of slaves i would or by contempt; admired but not esteems; % <
JOta'ectIO thin Paul
by passion figure -Apostle
ruling ; pnparlng.her splendid
rt ve coming' f" oy'rup looi as 10 the condition of that. not I*increased,but merely spread over a Wider .::weakness;not her- constancy, to the sex she y made,had he gone about to pro

"We will not.jw,:insult the friends of the race in the Sonthern, portion'of: the Union. surface l And what is this but one phase;ant could exalt. We gee her sub ,, partaking the sublime truth Christianity,wita:>

inion, as to enter into any argument to"'proveiU .This being Drv ,C.7sImpression i ,. be concludes aspect .of fanaticism. one bead of.the.8'r" rAydraf care and cheering the anxiety: of:a 'husband; and_a long nine in his mouth,1, *
'th."rl the n t dividing his toils by her, :domestic diligence
absolute necessity to being of ;
dis'easemay certain Mr.
be convincing *
that the removed by And It Is' not .that,even; fi spreading i cheerfulness. around her;,for his it to be a fact,"jayi Pascal,,ttat It
people of this__country. .. ;but.we may be.. permit.- the understanding and thereby relieving thetinder ,Brownson' 'f ,whoasinoreytberat thanllr.. Webster .: .sake"slutting; the decent refinements: of the knew What they said of eaeb other,

*4 to say that if the.,glare-holding ;States* seceie .inlrelatfon. .. -h Is:not""stilt,tainted to tome' extent with ithoutbeingvaip of;them;p ladngall'berjJis nofcbe Our.fri'Ddsln the worlds
in m and form 8onthern'coafederaTthe ; 1 lathe from the disputes to, which
she loves.
body itsconsi tay.ftI.
Trill.not (the greatest losers..' 'In.all. negro ; SoifeVs As a mother; we find her affectionate tb/ 'ardent .reports,.pan J iz'om.otwtoawotliart.
Bat.doctors of :Free ,"not.for; '
equal he
r will.and deigns of.qo.J.J-I ;: :says: Opposes instructress of"her,children whom'she: rise. ;}"t
the eret.States, the moment the: conserrjitiveiafiuepee differ : ",'.. < ... s xi* i.m1 :, ,. ; ;
; leat11tngtaf"l1t. 'genioVoften not tla'ry \i ttir the priiciples 'at- has tended from their.,infancy;training:them: '-" "

oftkaDnitn-is.JrithJra.wn,Free-Soil-,\ 'only alto_ the dt\rders.of theirpallents,, but.. T eb" .;oppose'stn! ,. .to thought andbenevolenoo'addr easiitgthem'' .I*.exhibited in!Lonion:}at.the

Ism trIatBphts and under,the reign of Its ,. .
$ civilized'society cannot'subsist/**"* ..'. ., '. '. .r.. ."' 'it..j'Qen -- m'lt and. wptatn la their turn.7 j lupagtl'i, .
tai : case in the present._instance:: :" s ,, q"'i f''I'fttft. itsaFPS:!.\ba&.ur: -. -'JC ",
.(re.Slf oxieal as it.eemt. I '* "il"J" 'f' .bu t 'f' > 1 id-arted .D&D'y..nr:saW
i 0nehcirosT h I and :and sItU rowtte att coneideu i a l prat.m; Charles Lamb once id to.'t'Wht layer
** ofradicalissi". '= ..h1.: t .t .f'11U"1 r4 ti ; y n1fb W.e;
&>,art by tbe prevalence : hez'e id-- ne irom It exists in the South/cannot be- "it din wen tzrompe'whitsi; hail:yeawnaldY )es i' '
pn lid of the social and political-virtues neces-;; wG 4J, $ i..ftft W..OVii+i -M aaaboUebedy7 which, huaaa'poWar'uc'P1rith, ,h""p i .; 1; .Lir fr.ro t d.heDoJ& Jr fcb awl SnM ft.l,

Ill to found.or-preserve ti listd soeletya.!.xa ,! whom we>bavtr.reaJypaated-Ir t.DoJr any- 4 .

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; : t.th."'p& J>z.I' ,-That the Adm c.&. R' "
tracts the. on, : h. ,
it was extnet-
the.neutrality of our people, or
,I !:; b T-.HE .N"E'W'S. deeply guilty of the rank hypocrisy charged; upon. NDYSOV-TU: Cottsrtrwvnx! WeeaH; .upon 'than It* dttti;if ? erfefejL
I F ', "\, it by the Jaeksonvme Bepublica.n.n the' Banner;,..an47th. FE."'. reel' ; to :tpubllia;,the oit, I;WaiiriU' -P.;\ witlrtjr

., Can our neighbor any longer doubi'the honesty h,to,which bit.B- Tea X re rep1yt8:- We..,;dare. able'and_ eloquent the-liew- .

( and sincerity of President,.or Ws desks to,carry them to,4 lt. : : .. \, haisee Sentinel]oa/& & the aee

out, in good talt.h,'tl'our treaty,'>ftipolatlonf ;with_ 'CJLFTUXK AlfBrEZBCimOir. : OF,LOPEZt: 'when the Wd/noble l to the2 report>JtT> ,|

, \ "" Spain! After'what he has announced- himseH,in 's- V).;CONFIRMED.. ?"been in"ameature give**

\ Ioi: \ his last paper,of "the chase o r the Pampero and In our last'we 'published a despatch'from New Cuban liberty sunk,) ; .Chll'Okl, ,
add her capture-and also the dismissal the execution oILepez at Havana :
we may now Orleans, reporting wcklest I. "y ,
ernment ai a ;
:. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Saturday of the Collector Orleans,-"for delin on the 1st last, and the condemnation one p t...,Bean,*' '
. ; with worthy
a spirit
slaencioewipedtinBthedePartUr5 of the Pampero? hundred and fftyAmericans saslaves for life, to this moraiat' ,

: September 13, 151, does he still believe that the President was dodging the Spanish mines. At the time, we indulged some still pursues all who 29th tt1L?, .

i-t I about on purpose to avoid the discharge. of his duty hope that the news was not trte -that there was lug eye upon the su had beta .

AGENTS FOE 'THElfEWS.Mi ;: ? Does he conscientiously believe that "from some mistake. But there- is now no -ground .for a base; degraded I ? ; whom, Lai

I; Bas' 'Tallahassee, Fla.: the(earliest--incident of the present_,excitement; ,on. hope: Lope,-and. 'most:of the gaUsaV band who bear,ym' the dying were shot- -eaj- 0
I J.: Ocala FILL our shores in relation to Cuba,the whole executive followed him, _have!ouel"".blood7.grav.. at, the thers and brothers 'made--nek*- '',.?,','
1 : RU&DOIf.Esq.
J. G. '
department 'fromthePresident downTiave; been, hands of the brutal" Spaniards-the balance are such stigmas upon'. of tat
Fla. j
T.?P'KrsnEDT, Eaq'Tampa, and ruralizing,"at points;remote from living death a'thousand times,worse '
i rusticating doomed to a plauded, and Yeptin Y j &none of tier!
NewnansvUle Fla.
hea.d- u rters'and in'some'instances beyond the than that dealt out to their murdered,comrades-:- of the Customs at ; ; maI tflte4. ,. '

; B. B.'FB.ISBT Esq., Garey's Ferry, Fla. range of telegraphic and other facilities for conveying .; Is Spanish despotism and barbarity (i reIgn forever discharged their Creoles,aaj1]
GEO. CEXTEB' Esq., St. Augustine, Fla. orders?"_ Will he now "vent1 re' to say ,that in Cuba?; Will the American people- sit down quietly they had ladetti
dismissed from
Judge A..STEELE, Cedar Keys... ,Fla. scarce a military, much less,a revenue officer, at while- the blood of their bravo: young countrymen only : 1J\'
8. GLIM'. mss ,'.X' ... Lit. ,Tla. stations where preparations must be known to be !, butchered In cold blood, cries-to heaven for I suppose, too, that ; that]

.. in progress to aid the'Cubans,- have received any vengeance? Will'they permit the living tomb- Collcctor, of our port of taeD '(

LETTERS ON THE CLIMATE SOILS, AND special orders oa the subject; at the'tin we pen reserved for those victims doomed to a fate more to the Expedition ., which ceut 'j
PRODUCTIONS OF FLORIDA, By B. M. these remarks?'*. In order to convict the President than 'death-to inurn the noble' heroes that he.too would be
dreadful ,
"' ,
BTBNE, M. D. I :'S.ARMY. ,
of connivance beyond escape, he asks: easily their fellowmen .
crime desire to emancipate of his en
whose was pardon Lopt
Since the conclusion of,the publication of these
could tho'Pampero have been 'blown to
from the oppression of, a barbarous tyranny derstand he did not confidently e2:
valuable add.interesting tetters in the Newt, we by a few broadside from*an 'Oldlronside:if the ,Never! Never I! ,The victfms that still will. be:
? : :
; the .
r had numerous :
have applications for copies which Government desired to intercept that expedition?" ..
we could not supply, and being desirous to give as Wo leave the Collector of Jacksonville, and the survive must be restored.vto their country, lettiat do not know which .'" wry..
what it No Government
wido circulation as possible to the information they officers of the revenue cutter Jackson, and the U" restoration cost may. its en' ortsold ;", but Crescent:Salt."?
in this that will coldly avert
stand country,
contain, we made arrangements'to hare a pamphlet S. troops under Capt. Merchant, .to.answer the following can the blood of murdered citizens and then he may keep his CrittrBira..' w
from our ,
eyes "'
edition of them published as speedily as possi with which our contemporarywinds : Jas' thai ;
'Tor has
question, gain tbs
the of the victims!
its to living -
close ears groans
ble. This edition will be ready for delivery in a '
his interrogatories: : been bsd
up and our worthy
then for it the rising oftomorrow's
Let prepare -as sure as
few days, at Twenty-fire Cents a copy. Clubs at a "Have tee heard of any obstruction to the successful the American will demand "drummed" out, of which WI
distance, by enclosing one dollar will receive by cruise' of the Pamper by a Government sun, people mistaken is iti
retribution, and woe to the Statesman or the par the sale of a drum, forfrtedoa
Editors in this and
: mail five copies. other States, vessel? None"
will oblige os by giving this notice one insertion, Whether our neighbor will be equally 'taagnani- ty, that opposes its wilL used in such a cause. beyond thVeoe

4. and will receive a copy of the work. mous" to Mr. Fillmore, and the Cabinet,, as to us, [FOR THE NEWS.: ]' We were really In, helidMt iheir. -

and make the amends honorable also to them, we CUBA, THE GOVERNMENT AND ITS at all the"pride, have bees
jt-: TilE PAl'IPERO-THE FINALE. do know that he cannot enacted in
I don't know; but we possibly OFFICIALS.It War, oar J a victory aj

We noticed last week the departure of this steamer I any longer believe in tie truth of his allegations is with feelings of the most painful kind Pampero,before That,

from our port with a large nnmbar of men, amidst and is bound to retract them. that we contemplate the failure of the attempt, two days at our tow

the cheers and acclamations of our people. Since to give the inestimable boon of civil and religious no cannon norevepne certain
j then, the tympathtsert have met with a sad reverse THE DEVIL AUOTIXG SCRIPTURE. could wen do__
liberty to this long oppressed and down the of the
:: of fortune and in place of the joy and excite- The Tallahassee Sentinel of the 19th nit con- as news : Lopez is ram TI

l ment which pervaded our town a few days ago, wo tains an article headed,!'Mr.Calhoun 'Resamp.. trodden Island ; but when wo reflect that this has arrived, backed by that li" ,

, ; have sad disappointment, and.a general gloom has tiolf'" quoted from he Athens Banner, in whichan failure is in a great degree attributable to the officials at New hundred
from W risk of
R: overspread our community, the Filmorebustert. uncalled for and gratuitous aid and' comfort by despatch
,, except among effort is made to array the name of CALHOUN our worthy Collector of, losing

against the doctrine of the Right of Secession. We given by our own Government to the oppressor,' "Of doubtless, waft

The Pampr.ro, after leaving here, steered along have sometimes heard the New Testament ,quotedto we feel that the heart of every American should Either for and rash,cot "

the coast towards Savannah, and put into Warsaw prove that JESUS CHRIST was an imposter, andit glow with indignation at the ignominiouscourse He knew when of Lopez.. ''Ja

.. Inlet, to'make up her complement men, and take is in the same spirit that the name of that great pursued by the powers ,that be. Our To fell back disposed to
her coal on board. Whilst lying there, the melancholy and good man is sometimes dragged into controversy Again, when the dead. '
Government has been considered the r
1 intelligence of the capture and execution of by such journals as the Sentinel and Banner. as great peacably to the Esru&sz

i 1 Gen. Lopez, and the destruction of his command, By their quotations Mr. Calhoun is made to say, champion of Liberty, the first grand and noble owner, Mr. Seguire, tG, 1&51. -

J reached them, which caused the immediate abandonment in a debate between himself and Mr.Rives, of Vir- experiment of self-government successfully r from whom she an hour I, will i
when she .
of the enterprise by the whole party. ginia, in 1833, "that he had not said that the pea perfected. It has been heretofore the ,policyof see our worthy was quietly and were taken.._

The men from Florida were brought back, and ple of a State might resume the powers which had .oar Government, in accordance with the quil but now inder in small bath (j

I the !steamer after being chased, and hunted down been granted to the General Government but that principles.of our institutions, to encourage the "With solemn about of the hn c
l by the Federal officers, has been surrendered by they had a; right to judge of the extent of those spread liberty throughout the world, and But far more of infaatrjaj

:: j i her owner to the Collector of this port, and she powers and whether they had been exceeded." more especially in the wester hemisphere; Or Grave as the odds wert too

now lies at one of our wharves, under his charge. And this is construed into a denial by him of the Spanish not '
left to'this time
but it has.been to the contracted march and down'
We have been considerably amused, at the newborn Right of Secession or of "Resumption' by a State, up Lopez did Bit
and extraordinary EMI manifested by certain by which means they hope to give a stab, both to rulers who now govern us, to set the in silent thought, the heart to

officials for the capture of the ill-fated Pampero that doctrine ,and to the memory of Calhoun, example of this free and enlightened Government the sentry O guarding- truth evrrsoma'
4 since the wheel of fortune has turned against her. against whom they still cherish the most malignant siding with tyranny, and assisting'. rivet he exclaim, height duty, atd"

Not content with, her peaceful surrender and her feelings. ,tenfold stronger, and cement In blood,'the "Amen to this, man and with ne...

being moored to our"wharf by many fathoms ofItawr'r& Now every one who is at all acquainted with chains of oppression. We should preserve our It is too much of the were _

:: the military: must be called into requisition the course of Mr.Calhoun debate, knows that neutrality under the treaty with Spain, but I cannot speak Tell SpanUk Gca

and placed in "watch and ward" Over her his great peculiarity was a aufct nfla.mwit of his why go farther? Why oppress'why transcend But we must leave from'.

.. t as though the scene of revolt had been transferred arguments to the points directly: in issue, and also the limits of all doe.diligence and become officials to that -and hat) .
-I from Cuba to our own doors, and the nervea of that the tactics of his opponents were always to a the people will know 1 have airs
more effective guardian of the tyrant's powe'rthan But Cuba
timid citizens have been shaken -yes, Cuba
our considerably draw him off into a discussion immaterial issues. ,adY l! ctdra.
by the bristling bayonets and frowning cannon 'Twas thus in this instance. The subject of debate even the tyrant himself Why so very yet.be a,Southern ,were
towards scrupulous as to preserving the national honorin pression, Fanaticism, ... We .the
pointing our devoted town, and threaten then was, the right of a State to interpose her authority tionism st .

ing destruction to every poor devil of a Fillibuttaro to arrest the unconstitutional legislation of some points, and so entirely regardless In ''YI&tJustiUa ,, and were .

I who should happen along, and cast a wistful glanceat Congress, or in other words, the question of Nullifi others? Whence, springs this .spasmodic' conscientiousness taken., I have act
his vessel.
cation. No State was at that time threatening to ? some 40 or 59

But seriously speaking we think all this "pomp secede,, or to resume the powers delegated to the "We.see but th'.oubidel of these feat.. ... I am sure
and circumstance of war" was and And not their MR.EDITO&:-You
unnecessary Federal Government, and therefore we think that secret springs and weights. pel has no fri

uncalled for, and we take it as rather a reflection Mr.Calhoun did not say what Mr.Rives attributed Why has not some of this scrupulous regard and I dare say on many was: only, .

upon the law-abiding propensities of this community to him. But that his silence upon the right of resumption for,our national honor be manifested whenour from the Republican,at deceiving i .
as well as upon the unfortunate .but gallantmen ing of the people, the have tans
denial citizens
should be construed into a of it, not engaged in Any expedition
who volunteered their services to fight for the to the people of Duval ,instead of ii
is a specimen candor which we are sure but few, haTe been seized and imprisoned 7 Why notwhen
liberties of a foreign people. Towards the latter adopted? If one or two to the iaterte
beside the Sentinel and Banner would in ,
indulge ,
a U.S mail steamer has been fired of'
i our feelings are unchanged;and we still think them at and Jacksonville. can tell Mr.Greta
especially when such construction is to be opposed
I the noble and gallant men-they were'termed when to'a whole life-time of argument. stopped on the high seas, in a most insulting county who they are to also shares Stisfe of

1 their star was In the ascendant; and for onrsel; Again;Mr. Calhoun is represented to have said: manner? Again, why have not,the stipulations they may as,well take all acquaintaacestj,

,f we JTO disposed to condole and sympathize with of that treaty been fulfilled by paying and elect the officers heart airt
JI "He had contended that if a State should resume My
," .them in their disappointment, rather than stigma- the powers granted to the General Government the losses sustained by citizens of Florida,principal jection to any of the it YUl:ftj

tize them as men who are to be guarded against with ,. such resumption would only be a breach of and interest, and which should have been "county ticket," and if

i the Military power, as though they were felon rob- compact, for which the State, as a community, paid according to the terms of the hook, without the but the
would be and treaty long
:' era and ''J1i, .'' responsible not its citizens individ- hands are m"
uaUy.nere since., but which have been n r".-itt. tft 1dft.itU- who expect to govern from W

GETTING MORE AMIABLE. again the question was not the right of guish in the Courts, and before the Depart some of them. I ey I the lasteM
know what
The improved tone restored to the organ, since resumption, but as to who should be responsible (if ments for, nearly a score of years? nominated this Convention, i let himTfW
: any,) in case a State should resume. Whether the No but this would that the nen
the tuning we gave it last week, is encouraging, : not suit their purposes ; hatched bylwo
: citizens in their individual capacity, or the Stateas up & beats warm
nd'wen ns-for the trouble took in they would gain ,
... repays we putting a community;should be called to nothing by e preserring the Jacksonville, to carry, "_ ,.
account And
it in order, although there is still room for considerable g public honor and faith in these No *.' M-
here is the 'vantage ground of Mr.Calhoun andof -tJ of my
improvement Good advice is generally no but .. I
the States Rights for there ; they wisely"Compound cent, but it bjf.
party, is noelausSprithe
well taken; if well intended, and in this cue The Farther Account .
;.. Constitution under which punishments could for sins they; are inclin'd to, ,.,.,.
.parties;understood each other fully.. Repentence be' inflicted for such offences By damning those they have no mind to." NEW ORLEANS, Sept. cnlTTJ>>
t generally precedes amendment,'but although our and resumption The facts we believe to be these : the greatspring kee arrived here r
-7 contemporary has expressed contrition for the ,unless they could be classed as treason of action which has produced such vana, thejassengers
; and the simplest Tiro in the law knows that a an execution: : of Gen. ctian. 1'
pUt, he has very sensibly mended his manners. He accelerated motion in tho wheels .
of Government
State cannot commit treason. Hence the great his life manfully.The .' in that
has made a general confession, and wiped out all '
anxiety of the Consolidationists to throw the responsibility total ,failure of
old and should be unreasonable ifwe
scores we Very tributed if./
the citizens "This is the end, by Lopez to l
in J
upon individually, via +
t were not satisfied. A little! want of perspicuity To which these earrings on did tend" separation of : ,
lation of the laws of nations
and of
t ia giving expression to his ideas, (he will.pardon all precedent, 1/ Cuba should,lecome .a free and The patriots' have Thompson;w".
of *
well Tifl"
as as common and for
sense humanity, whoever ,
:' the freedom,) frequently. us in doubt as.to State the mould be too talus, only thirty
beard of civilized State great an acquisition to the '''f'
1 his meaning and we feel enveloped in. kind of a (admitting the Fed- left him without a "
''metaphysicar.foc. which have eral Government to be a State, for argument sake,) strength of the South. Never,never! Strangle dered until run down *
we to out oft -
t as best'wb'can. 'We' will illustrate He says- holding tk*' UUen if another responsible for the the young Hercules .in .he' rsidle; .nip.this last words' were, : J;,'

''o acts of his Government? shoot of Liberty's tree in the bud Gen. Pragan has "
"We, will be. magnanimous say, we never : ; let not the Harlaa, w*%
The Sentinel has it, that Mr. Calhoun further South have that Spanish accounts say '
compared the off
'Jly-lkwn leg of mutton' to the editor politically, which is I Pa : 65 have
admitted that:in .
i : but to hirelings' witnessing the triumph, that' vmitd case of resumption' a State. already.united to .her .by every similarity. ofj d 136 are in prison. whig..if'
: of his prejudicesover_ gooc1leue.": Although responsible, and' to the Federal situation and circumstance which nature could flint to'Arica, the penal lastnzcUMg"'
, Government and that the
i\i. ri-can't only way in which a.
exactly comprehend this, we are bound tobelieve invent NOj.r&ther.thaD; Gen. Lope declared
beheld Oppression'triumph '
State could member
responsible, is by war. Here
; : I it well intended, and that regard to the aid he
our neighbor let ,Tyranny :
fr again the man of the Sentinel applies'steam ; gorge itself with the elected. .**
- means to say, that he considers less offensive and powerto blood of meeting was held ; tf
:: 'm-breclto.compare'oUr "feelings" to his imagination* to force an inference not fairly our citizens, in the very' presence of_ Gen. Lane of Oregon, -composed
a ?
pOled leg sad "
- to be drawn from the words of the our Consuls under the Johnson
tug resolution
, garbled extract : very guns of our ships passed.
.of mutton, than to use ourself corporeally, in that is doubt
J deHcata'simile even, and which he knows to .be in direct antago. and let Cuba look and call, in nip Free Resolved, That Mr. no
1. And on
this being the,case, however &totl*
unpleasant'it maybe to us t-ohavo_ one'feelings nism Calhoun.. to :.the frequently: expressed_ opinions of Mr< bind m's.'ol1l. _for_ feel p ,to, break the bonds. ;that. Consul and title at of Havana fin 'American, has in the.*"

her I"flow ; .. t i
\ "fly-blown, we accept the apology. every sentiment! of +
The Sentinel knows full well, that he has ever *
Is't there ,
J: a.Having now made thevamend to. our humble 'denied easy to serve for agents, execration of every;
the right of the Federal To r
eel; we would respectfully'suggest that our contemporary Government to prosecute your old,engagements, A resolution was also deti
should apologize to Mr. Fillmore and make,war, orto, DIe Any-kind of force,' upon a To And keep the good old cause on foot 'recall by the President. heard hoes*
I ;'the State;,and further,that .a State Is not_ responsible Southern,power ,taking root" f 8 will be r*
Cabinet feel nT
for what we constrained call i. i i i i
f 'there !unjurtandlibelous charges brought against to the Federal, Government. any f' anther than it Bret shall the",Wood_ .of our brothers. .be una .The 'resUcnt has : P reseatsUi i

'" ,those>functionaries in the BtputKcan of last week.. would be to any 'other Government .or. natioiL venged ?. ,Shall :Oppression- even guarded New Orleans, and &. J

When that wtte1 'made Its appearance we rebuked And the responsibility spoken of by him in the, extract and protected_ Ills,.by bur own Government Other officers at New' eof the.2 A

Jt to ; : glect.their d ties.
which every Government is under 'to the Laws Texts from)the -
f of mouth of Hhe that the
!"We beljere the Administration: { was and is,per- Nations : .Mississippi to'eOhto : Orders have been
and to
the "opinions
feetiy sincere in its Intentions of mankind'ai expressed thousands tiousands notice of
to observe ,. upon? 'will sad Pampero, and other; *
tits treaty stipulation ,with Spain,and to execute and recognized In the American Declara do forces n.here, v&
respondr-Never: f for Cuba.Stringent .
the l w ,ofthe United States;, and the fault we tion of,Independence.. ,The 'Sentinel also 'intro i free .nojneverCuba mad be ef fin*
find with it is,that it has exhibited too, smut teal due despUe.tke t squfrmlngs( f contracted and precise thus lathe *
new principle into po
politics, which newed
if all
for this adopt to officers
purpose. It had business to liticians and
no send
vessels .
I been placed ?
p rty.organizers.
ed by-our Government ,will' The Sooth and tions
of war to the Cuba coast, to intercept our citizens, be likely to give us aplenty the' -and. particular a Cos**
f. i' -who.mightchoose to-go,to ,UW'iIand.It .wa ,of fighting hereafter r'that,Is,'that one GOY, West will yet gire t her sons, ,her 'courage, press the'new.expedition cJa. fi.'i

r bound the country to prevent, with the organtg intention l parties of from leaving.. Il'IUDent'o..State, can only hold another relp nsI-_ and her Talor; ,, to.: free- ber. ,The' time ';.1I1 nah New Orleans. degra.' *Uer.: .
a try with which we were .at.peace......Here its scorn duty We for anyact by making war,upon'her J Verily fore come;, and', that" at no.. distant da,.. ''If aoo W Georgian. this,city, bM J

tended...But when it transcended this data,land our_ .,'.contemporary ffom the,land_of steady habits!fa'' shall j at least when the South in her might NIW'.OBLUk'Aug. been found*.
tent public vessels to guard the i fW> a ss e rt F her ,
Spanish fire-eater rightsiand <
power in : becoming. a i ., V ; ; "vindicating her Government has ordered cribe i .Cuba,:it either proved a mos t extraordinary '" wrongs, take Cub to.her sash
But bosom
tricken J
r .JJ1t ,we,protest agbat satin g these garbled x..i slater ::as <* steaniibiptAUbaniaV'oa"? as

: r' '. ., ',crashed by,Tyranny and F.anaUciunc J, gaged in the Cuban JDO, of these-u'J'*

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W.mrISG1'01I,stpt.I On Sunday night abotei 8 o'clock, a tra Ei. DIAWLOXIU9.t j ." .
cat and unnatural deed'.n S' :, ,
perpetritednear: .
the comer of Sycamore and Html sts-Srhidi in \ J&t. .: <
probability cause the death 6f
a worth '
lie game unanimity of the sentiment prevailed : ,FOR THK CURB OF: '
young mazy named Louis Houseman, .jrateh and after IhelCKbTday (Joae tat
to purposes of administration, Otf flay
is regard the Cub*'Invaders, as upon all other respecting subjects man of the DUh Ward.. .The,.particulars, .as' l Chronic .Diarrheea.."' Dysentery of departort;;of_the_steam packet .

which htve been,broughtbefore the Cab near. we oan learn' them,&re&lfoUo.-' r- Which u ever been presented it tk pdl It MAGNOLIA' "';'" *
ad ruder the Administration of Mr. FlUmore.All nard Houseman, a partial.state IntoxicaUon stands upon its tics merits,end needs nfjpwffing.07IT ." ,

ilI Vgh in office here feel that the honor of creating a disturbance in-,thd"'street when his (. HAS'NOT FAILED IN A CAn. : leIILtt,

the government, its heads at home and ,dignity con Lewis approached ,and.told him he was a SINGLE! :INSTANCED: ) From SavannahtoPalatka,wffl W TDB5DAT.:

abroad, is committed to the admInistration.- watchman', and must preath'e peace, beg ARRIVAL' OF.. .THE TprEy4gA. ,rpHU Valuable preparation Is compounded arming SATURDAY/COImecfrlDs with the.
ging him tt the ,time --
same for' God's
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and such sake to several medicinal ttteaa
Tbe Executive is sworn officer, as roots growing in Ships .
ii required to see all the laws executed, one of peace. With'an expression: of rage'the'father ,By the arrival of the.steam-packet',WclakOj the Wilds of Florida. It is rvxxx.Y and WBOLtr FLORIDA AND. .A7.ABA11Id

,which requires 'him to employ :the.army, thenavy in an instant drew a long knife, and sprinrfnr this morning, 24 hours.from Savannah. are Vegetable, and designed xsraciAixr for the For New York. She will ,,
his continue
on Iin. it / to leave
and if need be the Militia' in plunged twice'into him, once in cure of the above disease. The Inventor and oa
suppressing in possession of Savannah and
put News .Tuesdays
the left side and in In ., throughout tie
I just such expeditions as those fitted out atKew once the abdomen inflict Proprietor is folly convinced that it;is an In- year,
ted ghastly -wounds. The unfortunate Georgian of yesterday. valuable Medicine. In Carrying the Uait tltatelllalL
Orleans. As I wrote yon on Saturday, thePresident IOn i fact the test that he
has authorized the emplyment of muttering an exclamation ..of'agon", directly We glean the following has given it in the town'in which he resides, For Freight Engagement or Passage having

the Army and Navy to suppress any expedition fled fell to the ground, when Barnard turned and Telfgraphed to tht Savannah.Morning Jtttes.Nw aDd the astonishing, sxu.rs with which it has superior accommodations, State Boost, Jto

'which may be fitting out at New York he to his dwelling, a short distance off, when 'Yoxx,'&pt,101831. net, warrants him.in saying that it is a POSI- apply to the Captain on board, or to ,

Such orders has gone to the city, and a like with was arrested by _Constable Dannatelle who' The Cotton market is firm. TIVE CURE. 'He has therefore come to the FERNANDEZ, BISBEE.It CO-,
order will be sent to the South to-day. These difficulty effected an entrance: the have been 1.200 bales. Thealtato.day determination to place"'it within the reach of .Agents at Jacksonville, or to;
. ire, indeed. but repetition of the orders oft being.strongly barricaded. 'While in charge of: President all, knowing how many suffer with this wy M A. COHEN,
been the constable, the unnatural parent was told The of the United States has determined unpleasant and often dangerous.Disease; ..
spring, and they have never suspend- particularly Agent at Savannah.
\ he had killed his son, to which he replied "I to mediate in behalf of the American in the Southern and Western
,but to give them the more force, the officers States. Savannah, Jane 3, 1 1.nThfs .
.'Ii.. if?Government have been reminded that these am glad of it-he ought to hate been killedn captives in Havanna.'From In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be : Steamer-will leave Jacksonville

, ders are still in force and to be obeyed.The long ago. It is said Barnard had on several : particular and look/or my written. signature i Savannah FRIDAY for
tfut every MORNING, >
N. T.
Herald. at 7 .
threatened e *
conduct of the New Orleans Collector occasions to kill his son, but never on label,, clock until further
whom complaints have been made will until Sunday night made an attempt to render REPORT THAT LOPFZ'WAS'DECOYED: TO I refer the pnblle'below to a few certificates June, 7.

igtinst B investigated to-day by President ,It is good his word.[Cia cMeati Gazette,.26M.ScHooma CUBA BY,A STRATAGEM.. selected from among many received-from respectable tfFlorida ..

Jd the Secretary of the Treasury complainsf WASHrnoToir' Sept. 7, 1851. citizens of Jacksonville. Fna Jaofawville -
misconduct of this collector. Should the HELD MAK Seizes- BT THI: MtxrC. The'Capne(were" together to-day. I understand EGBERT POINSETT.P. ,

esident find him deserving censure,ram suree .,!' GoriRKMSKT.-' learn from Capt.Sbiss, that from the,letters of three Spanish S. Planters should,.not, bo without this -For Enterprise aBeI.eU..yUle.

will be dismfsed-and, there is no doubt of the schooner Bonita; arrived yesterday morning officers to Lopes he was decoyed to Bahia Hon- valuable Medicine. Every family ought to THE Steamer SARAH

, hit in all respects, and towards all persons, from Vera Crus, the 3d instant, that the da by a stratagem of Gen Conch, and that keep it on hand.A.M.REED SPALDING, having been newly .

he law will be executed by the President with schooner Helen Mar, Capt. Selkirk, from Point I this discovery involves a grave national.. ques principal Agent for Jackson .iftttedup, wffl resume her regular: .
he greatest firmness and the most unquestionable Isabel and Vera 11nu; ,'was seized, by order of I ville. tripe for the above places on Monday the 26thlast, -

promptness. The President, I have OCC the Mexican authorities Minatitlan on the tion.We are not officially advised ; but according Jacksonville, August 16,1851. lyXACxsoNvnxE touching at all the intermediate landings, and Win..

t ion to know, also desires to be thus understood 19th of June. Capt. Selkirk,after trying every to report, this question has been under consideration continue ing at o'clock punctually, connecting to leave every with Monday the U. &morn Hail ..

ir'all lawless persons, and the Cabinet areiwlimou. means to recover his vessel was finally com- Ky the Cabinet to-day. The subject' E. F, August 15th, 1851. steamers to and front Savannah. For freight.
1 as to Executive duty in this re- pelled to leave his schooner in the hands of tbeauthorities. ; creates considerable excitement here. Deai Sir: This will inform yon that one gagementi or passage, apply en board or to

.-N.Y. Express. .and come on the schooner Bonita bottle of your Medicine, called INDIA' Lois:. FERNANDEZ. BISBEE A CO, Agent
to this portl The Bonita also brought thirteenof I IMPORTANT F OM' WASHINGTpN.By cusr, has, permanently cured two of my ne, Jacksonville, Aug. 23; 185L Cm
Revolution In l\frdro-'tIore Fillibusterinz the engineers and men belonging+ to the Te- groes of severe attack of Dysentery. I con
which received from Washington
from Texas. huantepec Surveying Company, and nine passengers dispatch: we eider it an excellent MediCIne for this corn Hose For Rent.TBK .
last. and which in
we publish
ORLEANS 4.-L.\te advices from from Vera Cruz .evening, plaint, and take great pleasure in recommending -
NEW Sept. I another column it will be seen that an Important above well known HOTEL,aitua-
Grande Mexico hare been received.Revolutionary it to the public. BerpecttuU"ours ted in the
Rio question is likely to out of the late .: city otSL Anfustiae being In
movements hare been discovered Tar SCOAR MakuracrvatThe Baton grow S. D.FERNANDEZ. perfect order, ia for rent, for. one of mor* .
invasion of Cuba by Lopez and his companions, To Mr. E.Poinsett. with or without the furniture. .
in TAm u1ipas and Coahuila, in which Rogue Advocate learns that a cititen of that and that the President and the Cabinet are years June, 14 1851. '
j tf A. H. COLE.
many influential Mexicans have been detected place has discovered a new system for the man now deliberating upon it. It is said that Lopez JAcxsolflILL; May 6th, 1851. i

a I leaders. Large bodies of Texan rangers nre ufacture of sugar, by which he can, with the was decoyed into landing at Bahia Honda, This is to certify it h with much pleasure in Cir nit Court: .
assist in the
Jgo engaged to mOTfmenLTIre ordinary in make .
machinery now
sugar by three Spanish officers and that the Captain that I the .
announce to Public that 1 have been
accounts state that the steamer : ahue. EASTERN CIRCUIT OP PL RIDA.
latest pfrfcctlj The molases, which will be in
General was the author of the stratagem. It effectually cured of the
':llh ion had been sent down to the mouth ofHe less quantities than at present, will also be distressing complaint In au&ticeiT.
, will be recollected that it was rumored, some called Dysentery, by the highly recommended
river with six cannon and four companies changed into the crc1inlr-'natunls-rup. time since that Lopes depended on receiving remedy of Mr. E. Poinsett. I had resorted to Matilda Ann Wilford, ) .*
if infantry, under the command of Col. Dyer, BILL DnroKCK.
the of officers and that 4v \ TOR
the support some Spanish many things, but of no avail; I was induced to Daniel Wiltord.appegrin .
the of revolu )
aid in quelling
progress he had received letters from them that
stating try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine,
'ar'Cfe t
jon. they were ready to join the invading forces and to my great satisfaction was completelycured F gto the satisfaction of the Court that
Daniel -
i At the Lower Mineral Springs,Hamilton county, immediately on their arrival. within few and have been the Defendant, Wilford, resides beyond
aTalThe Mediterranean Fleet.A a days, not the limits of the State of Florida so tha; the ordinary .
correspondent of the New York Herald, Fit, on the 4th inst., Mr. JOHX' luau, of Jacksonville troubled since with that so much dreaded dis process cannot be,served upon him:'

rritiog from Venice, on the 10th of July says: to Miss MAET PURVIAKCE, daughter of Notice to Creditors. ease. On motion Of W.M.Ires,Esq,Solicitor for Coal, ,

The Independence will, probably, leave the It.E. Pibvianee, Esq. PERSONS having: demands against the I am happy to say other immediate cures have plamant.
ALL come under observation his Ordered, .That a be had dn tra.taet.a *
my own within a lewda.L hearing
Trieste the 13th nIt and
tort of on proceed of Rebecca B. Read, late of Dnval .
/ I cheerfully add mite to the charged in the ComplainanVs Bill, at.the December
tarn the Adriatic, and thence to the coast of Te the Voters ef Dahl eot,.. County, deceased, are hereby notified to pre amount of my with to Term next of the Circuit Court to be hold- '
Ifrica. Commodore Morgan give a dinnery F&LLoW.CITIZElIIS(7 term of office as sent them to the undersigned within. two years great Valuable Medicine.testimony I regard your en at Alligator, in and for the eouatv of Colombia.
to Ernest, the King of Saxe Cobnrghe .- from 'the dite1 of this notice, or they will be am, respectfully, Provided,bat a copy of this order M pobtkhed a* \
of the Court of Probate of
[ Mississippi was not expected to leave for Judge your county, to forever barred by the statute in such ease made M.HEARN, Jr. the law directs, for the apace of three mcn b.L. _
tastantinople: for a week or more. The nme which you elected me two yean since, is drawingto and provided. To E.Poinsett, Esq. THO.DOUOLAS, Judge Ac.

lorrcspondent gives an account of the reception a cloee, and you will,soon again"be called on to MALCOM McG. BREADALBANE, JACKSONVILLE, May 21, 18:>>1. Test A,-true S. ScAKBOROtoB copy: Clerk.. ,

t Trieste, on board the Independence, of the choose an incumbent of that office, for the ensuing Administrator1. Dear Sir: I consider it to boa matter of duty July 12,1351. 311t. _

rchdnke John of Austria: two :years. Sept. 13, 18:5 t. 3m to inform you that I have been laboring under .

Commodore:: Morgan called on the Archduke When I was before a candidate for your suffrages a very violent attack of Diarrhoea,which I In' tbd Ciitnit Coorti

, ajday after his arrival, and the Archduke I gave yon a pledge, bit elected, J would Notice. baffled the skill of two Physicians,and rendered I DUVAL COUNTY-IN CHANCERY .

ttorned the call at once, in the Commodore's perform the duties of that office to the best of my Atlantic It Gull Ball Read Cevpftay. me unable to do any work.' But fortunately Archibald H. Cole Complainant, and)'

t tI urge.. The ship was accordingly taken in ev.TV ability, and without Year, favor of affection;"- THE next annual election for Directors of when adopt to give up all hope of ever obtaining Francis Richard and Joan 8.Bammis, >

I day trim;but Lieut. Minor had the yards whether I have kept that promise, It for to Atlantic & Gulf Bail Road Companywil relief I heard of your INDIAN LOXE Defendants J JF
I Banned, and a salute of twenty-one guns given yon beheld at the city of St. Augustine at the CUST, and the use of five,Bottles has entirely appearing to the Court upon affidavit.thai
hen the Archduke came on board and when judge But I, have had so many assurances of Co rt Room in the Court House in said city. restored me to health. I take much pleasureto Francis Richard, one of the 'said Defendants,

elf ft. Subsequently, Uc Arek.hd.ess.wne: approbation, that I' am induced again to present at twelve o'clock on Monday the. 13th day of recommend your Medicine to all those who resides within the State of Florida, but without this

ery unceremoniously on board, and was re- myself to you as a candidate i and :hope, should October next, 1851. '. ttsy be similarly afflicted.-- -Yur .ire", limits of McQueen of the Mclnloah Eastern Judicial, Solicitor Circuit fbr : On motion,

tire-i with every possible courtesey by .he your choice again t'&IlUpoD me,from the familiarity A. 'O..BENSONi BENJAMIN DAVID. I* is ordered, That the said Francis Complainant Richard do,

pliant Commodore; sad on Saturday last, the which I have acquired with the business of that B. A. PUTNAM ToB.PfrinsetEsq., appear and plead &DI1t'eI''or demur to said Bill

mmodore and officers dined with the A rebate office, to be able to render more complete satisfaction GEO. B,FAIRBANKS, jACxsoftvittx,June 271851. I within two months from the date of this Order, of ,
on shore Numerous other courtesies Ctmanssionert. said Bin will be taken atf confessed against Him. .
than I have heretofore done. Dear Sir: I am entirely relieved of my complaint -
It M alto ordered. That the
ne passed between the Commodore and the Aug. 9,1851.>> td forego'order b*
resolved to know no shouldI thanks to for your INDIAN LOX in of the .
Lfchduke which have had the effect to produce Having firmly parties! you published one public gazettes in said eir=;
is best and to the erects be elected) after the election, I shall know none Great Bargains ECUST," it is the best I hate eTer used for the cult once a week fbr two months, _
very away disease and I feel in it to THOS. DOUGLAS Judge..'
happy recommending ,
, of the marked: discourtesy of Capt. Lati- before; but offer myself to yon, relying upon my I THE Subscriber wishing to defote hkatten- the public., Yours trulyGEORG1 .-,--

ere on the visit of the Cumberland to this individual qualifications alone, and ,as a pledge for exclusively to his profeasioWoffen COULTER. I, ISADOIK V. GAKJUK, Clerk of the.Circuit

ort, last year. The Archduke seems, exressed -' the future, shall only refer yon to the past. for sale on accommodating terms, his lands and To E.Poinsett Esq.BATOK Coon of Dnval County,Eastern Circuit of Florida;
a wish, through Mr Maxwell, the con- .Very respectfully, your fellow-citizen and obedient lots adjoiningthe town Jacksonville with all do hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct
t il,to visit the frigate. Capt.Latimer thought heir improvements. There are on these land IsLAiti, St. John's Beach, copy of the Original order on me In.my office. .
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lie request should have been made directly to 1e 13. F. LIVINGSTON. two strong ChalybeateSprings, which yield a August 7, 1851. August%3, 185i: 2mClerk. '
Imself; ,nd before the Archduke had an op- copious deposite of hydrated peroxide of iron. Dear Sir: This will inform yon that threeof

nuDity to accept the reluctant permission Te the Voters of Dnval Ceoatr. They are assimilated in their medicinal roepeties my children were dangerously ill with the Administration Notice '

f the captain,to visit the frigate, he weighed,' to Brighton and Turnbridge springs Dysentery; or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks. PERSONS interested are hereby, notified
achor and put to scan Commodore Was most FELLOW-CITIZXSS offer myself as a candidate England and the Balston and Bedford springsof I[ tried almost everything that I generally used ALL six months from the date hereof; I shall i

& ostly incensed at this conduct,and has striven for the office of Sheriff Dnval County at the this country. Also a spring of the coolest. for this disease but all to no effect. A friend present my account otmy administration,of thies-

lost properly, and most successfully, to dlssi- ensuing election. I have had some experience in ,common water to be found in this section of of mine recommended me to try our Medicine ate of Henry Hartley: deceased,to the Honorable
ale the unfavorable feeling which arose from the duties of the office, acting aa Deputy. If yon country;;a brick yard with one of Hall's patient* called INDIAN LOXECUST. I procured it- Judge of Probate of Dural county and ask fit!aa

J t. The Archduke John is well known, not onto should elect me, I shall discharge my official duties machines ready for operation-the only one in and am happy to say that l Bottles of it cured my final administration settlement with thereo the samd! and discharge': from.

7 be one of the most remarkable men of the faithfully, and to the best of my abilities. this vicinity, where the demand for bricks is all three, of my children-hoping your valuable SUSANNAH HARTLEY, gm'x,. .
,but as tbe most liberal statesmen of contilentitl 13. A. W. CRICHTON. great and rapidly increasing,-Also,a framed Medicine may become generally known, August' I, 1851. *'.J'; 6m
, Europe and highly popular with thefecple Rpt kitchen, stable and carriage house, and two so that all that may be afflicted with this disease

r throughout Gumtn,.. story dwelling house, fitted for twelve rooms, may have A certain and safe remedy, Notice 'f !
Another well known personage who has: Tis- Te Use Ysters.1 Dam Ceu tT. nearly completed. Also number of eligible Yours truly, .

fed the Independence, is the Ban of Croatia, I respectfully announce myself to my fellow-citi- building sites and garden lots,'within a mild of JAMES LATIMER. O1X MONTHS after date we shall preseht6nrO '

tlbchich\ a name rendered infamous by truies tens Duval! county as a candidate the office of the Market house, unsurpassed by any in this Pilot St. Johns Bar. accounts and vouchers, as administratrix

\ to the Hungarians.And he has a mild Clerk /eke Circuit Court of said.county-pledging vicinity. to E. Poinsett,Esq. and administrator of the estate of John Stand -

ni handsome face,and is but thirty years old. myself; ;if elected, to discharge my duties to the For further particulars apply to JACKSONVILLX ly,late of lacuna county and State of Florida,
Ks wife is a blonde of twenty-two and, JOS. & BIKER July deed.' to: the JlonJudge ef Probate of said < .'
t>1 the officers young of the$ frigate,is said to merit the best of my 'abilities. L V. GARNIE. /'Sept.6,195' ,t. Dear Sir: I have tried your very valuable county, for a final settlement :and at the same {: \ '
listinction she' bears of the most lovely woman Aug. 23,1851. Medicine for Diarrhoea and*find it by far the time we shall apply to said court for letters of r t f
State of Florida County of Nassau: the best and safest cure for this dangerous disease the administration
!I the Embire. Shs is a bride tit but two C7" We are authorized to announce Major ,, ischarge from of said Es 1
that I have ever known.or heard of. My Interested '
Bwnths. Probate Court.AT tate. All persons are desirtdfto(
i GEORGE H. SMITH, as a candidate for CHAMBERS, JULY 31sr, 1851.la little daughter aged about two years, had suffered take n Uce.DICY STANDLY Atfi'x;' J

The National Intelligencer says that circuirsaave of Dan county, at the_ensuing election. septlS.rjy the Matter ol Estate .! Mary E. Sandenon, long and was reduced to almost skele- 8EBRON J. STANDLT Admn'rNewnansville 1
been addressed to the Collectors: and JOHN M. deceaaed tot and 1 tried part Of a Bottle of your INDI E. Fla. April 5,1851. t
rtber ritil officers at principal ports,North : Mm.EDITOR: Please announce ftW.TT7HEREAS AN LOXECUST,and it has acted like a charm, :
J. BOwbEN candidate for Clerk of the Circuit Petition to prove tfuncupatite Administrator's a !fdtlc&
lad remain as a child is and
South, directing them to perma* the now improving may be seen by
I toiUy at their posts, and any who\ may be temporarily Court, at the ensuing election. ept3.Ma. Robert Harrison, Esq. of the by those who do not believe. Repectfully.A.V.COLV1N., NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That' air
absent to return forthwith, and per- W above County and State, has this day filed from date, I shall apply to the

sally attend to the execution and enforcement D:7": EOITOK:' You are",requested to announce a Petition to prove and establish E. Sanderson before me, late the To BPoiniettEaq. Hon. Judge of Probate of Dahl county, fbrs .
iced URIAH BOWDEN. as a candidate tot Nuncupative Wfll offn. Mary final discharge from the Administration the .
of the instructions which have been -
by the different departments ; and all Tax Collector,for Dahl, County. at the ensuing of aDd the I have before appointed named! County the first and Monday State,in debased Oclobernext ST. NICHOLAS' Fla-, July 31, 1851. Estate of Solomon Hnffingham, late of salt

f them are fully aware that they will bt,heldo Meetiom ptlS., at my residence said county, for,the taking Dear Sir:This is to certify thai two Bottles county of Dun,deceased '.,
strict. accountability for the fulfilment of evidence for.the purpose of establishing said Wfll, of your Medicine called INDIAN LOXECUST '. WM. B. BOSS' Adm'r.
Heir duties. QWe: are requested to announce Mr.JESSE the hearing to commence at 10 O'clock on thai.day: has permanently cored two of our-Negroes, of May 10, 18s 1. .'Bin .

The first act of the President after his ream VALENTINE, as a candidate for County Surveyor Ititt&rtf-i Ordered and Decreed, That lollperlODi a severe Diarrhoea. I take pleasure in recommending -

to the city and fully informing, himselff of Dan County at the ensuing election. interested are hereby cited and said admonished time and your valuable Medicine-as being _.. .. Etacutoe': Ifottfe.NOTICE .
before at the
> the facts the and the de- b be and appear aD of them without doubt one of the best and safest remedies la'TTTTngPi.trivbir: irv.t .;<
case undoubted announceTHOMASSUAEEZ that and and ,
an refweted in 'order they any
p7.We place for this disease that I have heard or eeea. from date, I shall, apply to the
of fit.
dismissal shall
iaqueney of that officer, was the Commissioner bay contort the tome, if to them sem
he Collector of New-Orleans and the appoint- as candidate. for.County Given under my hand and private seal, (there Tours truly, Hon.Judge of Probate of Duval county, for., .
aent of a substitute; and the, Collectors Marshals for Dnval" tmt,. At the ensuing election. leplD7' ([L. si being no seal of office,) the day and.year __ W.O.McINTYRE. final discharge from the Administration of the .
and other officers of the government requested to .an- first above written. To E; Posnsett, Esq. Estate of John Yeoman, late of said county. of
ME. Enrroa>> : You are /
JAMES T. O'NEIL deceased. .
bave that JACxsonviLL 1851. Dun, . .'
been most emphatically informed aounee'WILLIAM KNIGHT, of Clay Hm pre- Judge Court of Probate Nassau county.Orncs Jtthe,9tb WM. B. BOSS.Ez'r.May10r1851. .
ay neglect of their duties, or any want of dueveal duet as a' cssididiie for Commissioner l for Dnvalconnty :;: Dear Sir: i have used your Indian Loxecust < 6m -
and activity in the performance Of them, 'Mint VOTMS.ngrM COOTT or PMBATK, | in my family, and have found it a very valuable -
will be followed by immediate dismissal.Setv.mSepnbKcan. .' sepUS, : Nauau_e ant,. J i remedy for Diarrhoea. I take great,pleasure THIS 8lJ> E UP

..EDrro: Tim are authorised, to announce I, James T.OTQe 1,Judge Court of Probate for In recommending tb the public. '

Tst NEW YbxK FccmvE SLAVE Cit*.-*hetontive Mr. ELIJAH. HIGOIKBOTHAM, air a the County of Nacsao, do from hereby the certify minutes the lathe foregoing Respectfully, lb: J.E. TOWNSEND. ._ n 'ilrS }fit any IUanoa> r.Jt
to be a true copy .
Bolding, was taken before Commis- candidate for>CoD D IdoDer of Duval County,by above entitled cause ., Egbert Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE 111011?Itd 11 .t u

aoner Bridgbam, at New 'Yorki; on" Mdnday, i aepU3, 'Trice Ptorix.requested Witness, my hand.and private seal,.there beinlno E..Fta., U 11;, ISst. <3SJUlVJIDUN.cq -'Vcwl trr- !; ply'
wt the case was adjourned on ac.coun'.tthe seal of office, this Slat day of JnlyiL D. 1851. : aaxnn't'un '
I again thai I had c
Sir This to
II to ; Dear : may certify yon nU11tH1IM 'eaiHaooao 1:1100
die ID '
I indisposition of the ComD uioner.' Negotiations tir: K....nniTOA: 'tn. > JAMES T. O'NBIL attack of
are on foot to purchase the freedom aousce ELIJAH. BUTCH, of Black.Creek,for reelection Judge Probate 60d Ac.lu J a Diarrhoea negro girl, and suffering that the under nse Of severe one bottlb of :wgte piuS 'ijiblJr.r '*!UN'&JEt 'a2o&L ..u4

tt the fBgitlvfbat the claimants ask$1,700 forajand as Commissioner of Daval county.. August 9. preparation called Indian Loxecust effectoally "'OSTYtranb

t f refused 1200.; Mr. Anderson, (one + .- ,- ..<. MatTHJIf ST'ORE.X' ., cured bet: and I wonld take this method) of recommending '.Ltg u.za na: 4ircnb t sa4 W iv4 cOr'"mrI'1I01IftJD1r '
the claimants affixes to his offer the condi- to ': JOAp..,,has opened n new CLOTHING sync a very:tales Medicine. iAq IUDq 001 .
tiou'that the fugitive be returned to South ny: Ma. EWTO: 'You;:are1 .requested announce :,..AND DRY GOODS STORE,; to Bay street, Tours truly 'JOHNB&ANTLt.AdBtiitisirater's rld ewl 1J1fth sap Lp

Carolina, and there be given his liberty on the ALBERT G.PHnJPBasacndidateforCoamtadoner one door East of Mr.J'Finnega&e, and .respect- i t ono ot, r; .

terms proposed. The return made by the:u.8naal : :: .of Dual. Donnat, the ,ensuing font Invites the citizens' of Jacksonville and thentrfooBdiBg .. e !> Pa.IUIna put a.mq Q11YH Aflfs WvlJ3. flQ
< to: and for them :
come see
issued by country
to the writ of habeas pt13. .
corpus election. ._. will goods in this ;Nsti ,... flAJ.88q,1IItA '
Jibe Barealo at POUlhke r;.was perfectly '9 selves. Yea positively bay your. : ".":111
ELIAS new attire cheaper than ever you. 'did fa 'J- MONTHS after data;I wffl weeent ... '.
,satiilretoryi D7'Jl&.cross: Please announce before J.,MODE. SIX my ac- --.u.. ,B.tlc.
as Eetate "
of Da ra4or of the of David
Tke Fittefcwsh Pat say the.Presldeai,, ,, JAUDON,as a candidate to/Jonunfcaioner 'Janet ,- 185L e. Eulooi, deceased,to\ ie Bon.Jodge of Probate for WSSZB AFTER DATE.I than :anJyto

*[rnws Sept. Sthv The .Morning;,Post, val County? ,a&.tU.nexi eleetfon.. Sept13 '$t&Sk' '.fti:; Duval C08tya, a kfo aflnai pettUment and SIX..Hen.George Herbert. Judo of fbebethstieft :"Iro-
cello Court fbr the oICo1.-
oooharre Bate Coatr
the Democratic organ of this city.carries stilts & attae JOHNPRICE OFPIC$ the=ttU1eaame.\.Z:7 .. tin, ..e 0IIa&a'of W1Hia Miekkscd -
Bach&aaDror ..M.- .>rro*; Pleasef ace gAL>t. aithe NBWS. Blank ; | ''' OD -
names t-James. u.iII' :" : L" "bt Lota Houw 7A AdrY.1n : .' ':;: .noXA ..XICKLB.Awpit .:; ,
s.IIIIWQMII Iht.. ,;seeds; to suit the conveyance of, :' c' l3d !ILOO%. ,,
V******,tad WBV;;B', King, for; Vice Presi-, Du Vf.f'" tie'Oetobets ;..' u.'J.;. ,eeptiL. .a.sod Real_TOU d ,W dercriV a :: J-ul719 :.v. tl ,,182, ., .r =l,4.ate: 1,1611; ." ; ,
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Am",, the County. .of Dttv. *.,. ,* B"lrt 01! FlorUi, I __ ',; to., .. "' ,...r S I JL* "
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-( -.' .... 1 ) (I )'jpeP- !, : determined to resume, the practice: : & ,. 'Y'( : 1 .it: ::; .5- pIRECTttOM'NEW:; 'TOJchoonerTeneriffe -
we are oow ffepared-to Ute at the thortest no' JH of 'Medicine tender Al \ jApril .
FEL1XJL'VG'tWo.: '. exe respectfully '! .. .J fi a choice ,
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't.r.tLltMJ! t, P iipMs; 'Circular*; :' ,eral departments of MEDIC NE;MID WIFEB' r: ::1tr: WJdtSiB1th.It.; \ O'Bien.. r.,, Dry;) > Goods 1 Groceries/ ,

i" taw.Blank C 'lland'Biil; and.SURGERY. He flatters himself that a .
: T.1lamJ)0r.-4.t t ATTORNEYS :AT-LAWf.ttlOATOB ; i JfaW: Crockery &c.
! yzaArx.: :ADJASCX.veitlsements BusIness cards5ho'EIUa, thoroughoourSe of Collegiate andMedica1stdlcsthe ; : .r

; ur:: d will' .be c'insertetf.. oi the follow. : -.'Visiting Cards v' "", ,Bills- ol.LaIn; S benefit of a course of Private Lectures, ; CbWlA CbtTNTT,!Ei A rTtOKIPA.M. : .' ,which'he offers. for.sale. at the)lowert

;.0 : Labels, IcC.,.&Cn.fcc.D .' under distinguished : of Surgery Smith Office Alligator.. '
ing terms: ,.. : ., r S two Whit ,, S 1 FOB CASH OB COUNTRy :PUODat
'J Ol1e lot 74;r pertquar I it'fl'' '"'of"twelve? lines co.'f'and-under" .. "Aibilltfor: wort- ,of, (hit.Knd. ,to"- paid on connected'with,;,different Medical College*, together J: 1 ', ,, 1ortormerly' ;
delivery.. June, 14. his and, observation the o upl dbyflarrisOn Uf'l i "
t. : each Qbt : ,with past experience M.OWrien1"a .it (
inseftwli.in 75 eenU C'
i :
for the" first t = iM : r-' : : ::: Bay,street. ,Particular
of diseases in different latltudeswhlle; engaged ... ,, ; : '' att T'
To ear1ydYeflt1t liberal dis -
f cuentlnsertion. . 'for several 'yearIn the'active"practice' ,called to,his 1argeaiid elegant aswrt jj'
count w&fi&a .' ? t ;,li:: .J :' r :: ,,"t1i*' VALUABLE : i.j, Jof
f LadIes'Bonnetz
BOOKS S of his profession, will enable him to afford essential rjHTcQtieeiiMclntorii, ,-, ,, 4r I ; .
J 03'.A.U advertisements mu tbe paid foy,Ulore in JUST. PUBLISHED. : AND' FOB :SALE DY relief the afflicted. ; who. may,.confide :A '/T O. '5 JTJff .,F wl"Tx*,i;A% ; ,FT .the,latest: and most'approved styh..-.l '

serrion,unless by' a refular cnstomen Bj referring :JOHN'S., TAYLOR, their cases to his bands. 1 "- :attend the' Circuit "Courts, *in :the ,i$h., :Also, .to,his beautiful, stock of *J ;'
to terms the lequlsltesum maybe ascertained Calls'from either the town or country ,,111 W..ILL' '
jar '
1 tt', t'SJI E It.Zfo.i4.3'Zalla ; Circuitf the United. States RE-ADY.JC.
advertisement.LtF be with '
transmitted w1th equal promptitude.
and : : &rcetNezo: t 1 He m be found when not professionally District 'Court at St.: :Augustine;; the.Supreme- :CLOTHING.; ,BOOTS. BBo..ES.-R
with the number may
narked ,
Advertisement*:not at his office his farm in the.West. .Court.At Tallahassee;j1 and,prosecute.Claims for Call and"-,examine, before "
of insertions!! .required, )will be. continued until forb'd rpHEToHowing JL Books will be sent br:; mail, free engaged suburb, of the town.on. citizens In any part of Florida'against the Government where. D. 11 EareU CU&'lit ,

I and charged for. '.1 postage, to any part oftheUnuted States; ern at Washington either before,Congress: i i Jacksonville 3 'Ct
J May 1SI.
on the receipt of the money for the 'same, which Jacksonville; Aug.: 1 6,\1851. tf 5 11
} rj7"Five dollars will be,charged, ?!all announce-. may be forwarded by mall, at the risk of the Pub or at the' Departments. ; SS- S.- .

'-. : me its of candidate**far ffiee.' ;..i> i lisher.:-. t: i Wm. M..Lawton &,Co., tr:: .ADDRESS, Jartsoavttle. ,, aifForiJa. : FIniitafion nnd MIlI.Mftj;

One square for Six Months, t : 810,00.1 The Sacred Mounta 1s. By Rev. J. T. Headley May,11, 1850, 't, ,tf. .SRI! !
, Notice; to Debtors and Creditors, : : 7 00Apr'tcttw \:ivoL12mo. Uluatrated.' Full cloth, 91; gil r FACTORS, AND jQO MISSION. MERCHANTS; I, : M&' :I.WILL DEPOSE- OP

r... T. ''AJ' in' edges, extra, $1.50. S -. No. 13 Southern Wharf Chdrleston S. C. r a&prtnr''ri
tt;r ; *> traton :5 00 The Sacred Mountains. By Rer. J. T.. Headloy Oscar Hart ?- ;j.Jsale.rnyPLANTATIONoa: : tk:<

Itrr; AH religious.notices will, be Inserted gatuiuiiy 1 vol.18mo.Vithou' the plates. Sunday-schoo:i WM. LAWTOW, ,WM. M. TAYLOR, I St. John's river at .the ..mouth''ol J

i ) ; : t .; ,'j *.jt -. edition. 50 cents. ..Ia.ered E. )VaIrmwVGUT.BACOT. Josirn' T.'DILL. ATTORNEY LAWt creek, ai f.n'lIJi e ';above Ja aonTIUe&:

:'ST All admissible: personal communications II $ Scenes and Characters.- By Rev. J. T Sept. 6, 1S5. (Office in the Court House, up, stairs,) situation? is known to be the most beaoiifj
t Headloy. 1 vol. 12mo. Illustrated.: Full cloth S -_ ;
'-, the river is
I and remarkable
chargqi is advertisements. $1; gilt edges,'1.50. '.1 WILL practice in the. several Counties of for itsuli "i

(O": All: bills for Job Printing st be paid on the Sacred Scenes and Characters.: ,By Rev. J. T ;.Wm. D. Smith Eastern Circuit of Florida and attend not a case of fever !having" occurred tlei j

de'ivery: ( the work.or ,Headlcy. 1 vol. 18mo. Without the plates. S;. SADDLFR AND HARNESS MAKER, to the,collection of claims against the U. many years.. The, dwelling 15 apacioa."
school edition. 50 cts. States for Senicesand.for Horses comfortable, and calculated for
Military lost the
:; ,All communications be addressed JACKSONVILLE FLA. ceaa
to ,
History of the Persecutions and Battles of the I or other property lost ordestroyed by troops in dation of a urge family. The land (iboit
WalL .
the (Editor, pottage" paid. ,denses. By Rev. J. T. Headley.. 1 voL All orders thankfully received and promptly attended MId g0pVWp5 acres) is of: POOtl. ,''otulitv. and welt .A..i..i l
TUnatrnt/wl. Pnll cloth. .10 .taHistory to. Ang. 23.-tf ,
.. ? ofthe Waldensca. By ReV.. J. T. Headey. Also,claims for Pensions disabled Soldiers, the cultivation cotton and corn.ttiisj:

i SEA.ISLAND COTTON GINS. 1. voL 18mo. Sunday-school edition. 31 cC- American and Foreign:: Agency or the Widows and Orphans deceasedSoldiers. fifty.acresauited for,.sugar c ne.. ThereaT]
\ Napoleon and his Distinguished Marshals. Jy Rev. Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and admirable site for a steam saw-mill: r'-

't /.T. Headly. 1 yol. 12mo. Illustrated. Full CITY OF .WASHINGTON' soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed. mouth of the creek, and it possesses tie Mq,

THE,SUBSCRIBER takes.this opportunity .cloth, $1.-". TT N D E R'the direction AARON HAIGHT officers and soldiers. '" tage of being in ,the centre of a,sec&t

\ inform the plantcrs of Lone Staple .Luther and CromwelL By.Rev. J. T.Headley. 1 U PALMER of New York. and WORTHINGTON Also, will give his attention conveyancing, country finely wooded with yellow ,pik-

Cottons that he still continues the manufacture I vol. 12mo. Illustrated. Full cloth, $1. GARRETSON SNETHEN of New Orleans! to examining Tites! and Recordsand assertain- There is a flourishing

.:.. of the l improved BOLLER HORSE GINS, Rambles and Sk tches. By R.v. J. 1. Headly. 1 Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme Court 01. ing claims to Lands.AU.bosinessentrusted. premises which formerly ornne5groe!otfl
\ I- produced ii fa
.voLlZmo. Illustrated. Frfl cloth fl. the United States. ,
double and II ,
.single, at his usual rates and is i ir
I ofa thousand
ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice. The Power of Beauty. By Rov. J.T. Headley. 1 This establishment. is formed for the .following to him will meet with doll.u .1earLnd.! 1W.lI-.
t:' For the Tol. 18mo. Illustrated. lull cloth,50 cents;gilt objects: prompt attention; nnd all instruments of writing do so agtln.Judglng from the pretn : '

following reputation of the Gins, apply to the i ;edges, extra, 75 cents. 1. For practicing law in th. Supreme Court of will be executed by hint with. neatness and and healthy appear-dn.ce.ol the trte .
Agenls to those :
or who' have them Letters
f. muse from the Backwoods and the Adirondack. the United States, and conducting professional business despatch.; Fust Occ.at Mandarin; within tw4
: .
.' ;By Rev. J.T.. Headey. I vol. 12mo. Full before Congre Jacsksonville.Jan.25,1851.>> tf, and the steamers pats.and repass the hO

I" f ft01. ,AGENTS.. .cloth 50 cts.Biography S 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims, their regular trips to,and from Sara. a .
: Villalonga & Acosta of the Savioar: and his Apostles; with a in law or equity, against the United States before Those wishing to purchase.this. '
Centervillage property
Portrait of each *
With ,
, Capt.B.R. Beaufort engraved on steel. an Congress or the Executive Departments, or against J. BIcRobert Bajcer, call on, or address by letter the subaci
S. C.: Essay on the Charaeter of the Apostles. By Rev. foreign Governments before Boards of Commis, .ibe.;
!" j Scott & DeVeaur, Charleston S, C. ,J. T. Headley. 1 vol. 12mo. Fifteen Engravings. sioners. ATTORNEY $>.COUNSELLORATLAW Jacksonville, E. Florida. _* t:

; -.- Tison & Harris, Ocala, E. Florida. SI; gilt edges; extra, $1.50. 3. For the settlement of accounts!! with the State, JACKSONVILLE E.. FLA. CHARLES BYR33,
: I Fernandez Bisbee & Co. Jacksonville E. I ,The Beauties of Rev. J.T. Headley. With his Life. War Jacksonville, May 10, 1S51. :tf"
' F Treasury, Navy, Post Office and Interior De.S
: WILL the ...
1 vol. 18mo. Illustrated. practice in Courts of the Cistern ,
50 "
K. K. Dukes Palatka E. F. cents, gilt edges, and
partment, obtaining the remission of fines
<, S.Hoyt.& Co.Savannah extra, 75 cents. and forfeitures for Circuit, in Hamilton: county of the ,middle Circuit .
G.I.. I alleged violations or;
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," Larlinger & Harris,Elizabethtowc Lowndes New lustrated with splendid and Engravings. 1 voL 12mo. 4. For securing letters patent for inventions from Southern circuit, in:t1e Supreme court at Tallahassee I for the officers ami tn\A\tn\tl\ '
r"- County, Ga. edges, enlarged extra, $1.50. revised edition. 91; gilt the United States or from foreign Governments S and in the United States DistriccourtofFlorido waror tbcir J legal leprem'

.. Tbeonncusty the and procuring land warrants!! and pensions under ; and will prosecute claims against the Ii"f'5.. _SS'S \
Plenary Inspiration of the Holy
ALSO the varions'pension laws of the United States. Pensions for life for
Scriptures. By Prof. Gauss of Genava.- United States before Congress and the Departments widows or orh oJSetni
f.;: Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had of the Translated by Rev. E. N. Kirk. ,A new and en- 5. For collections generally, embracing debts!! I at Washington soldiers whomarrired previous to 1800. ; ;j!

f subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons wanting larged edition. 1 vol.12mo. 410 pages, $1. foreign legacies countries., and inheritances. in the United States and Being located at Jactsonvelle/of life, he will .-- --'-- rl..J S

y Gins, or Gins repaired, plense direct to Shanty the Blacksmith : A Tale of Other Times. 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in of give bis entire and nnremitting"attentionto his BOTUOTY XAND"
any .
.' Agents,or to S. L BURNS, By Mrs. Sherwood. 1 voLT 18mo. Illustrated. the States or.Territories of the Union, and loaning profession, and; all business entrusted to his 1"1..

t4: St. Mary's, Georgia. 50 cents. S moneys on mortgage of real estate lying therein. care shall meetith prompt attention. For the surviving, or the widows, or"

May 31,1851.. 6m Lily of the Valley. By Mrs. Sherwood.. 1 voL.18 7. For investment of funds in United States and J. McEOBERT BAKER. ,children.deceased offi.cel'Slind printaf
Illustrated. .
mo. cts.
State tr>/ lr* and Inana. collection nf the dividend
The Shorter Catechism. f\f. the Vav.. A ectamYtl_. f\f. August ?! 1850. _. t wio served in the .,;
----- -- --- ----- thereon, and, generally, for the transaction n of all ,
t- NOTICE. Divines. With Proofs thcraof out of the Scriptures business pertaining to Law"Loan and War of
2812 with
Banking Great
,Britain !
: in words at lengthPer. 100, '3.Extrat'h Agency. ; }.!
STEAM SAW-MILL FOR SALE. J. BIcRobert Baker Al1exicanV'ar in
=- ; or of thcj
r cv communications addressed,post paM, to any : ,
rpHE SUBSCRIBER from Opinions of the Pre .. Messrs.'Palmer A. Snethen, American and ATTORNEYS AT LAW .. than War since *
l offers for sale. on reaJL Foreign JACKSONVILLE,.. F., 1790. )]
f sonable termshis STEAMS A W-MILL .. SACRED SCENES. AND CHARACTERSRtv.,. Agency, City of ,Washington, will receive prompt NOTARY PUBLIC. Terms nlOll..ratt' where the claim u raraLlWl
J. T.
. This
AND Headley- work may very properly be and faithful attention. otherwise nn
-'.. val at' Garey'sFerry, Du- :considered a companion 'to the "Sacred Nun- PALMER A SNETHEN, COMMISSIONER appointed by the f allotting States 1.
county. Florida. The ,Engine is horseKwer tain ," the Tire Subscriber ia nlno appointed AeDtinrhf Daa
20 $ by same author. Its object is to illoa- S Office No. Carroll Place. Capitol HilL to take Testimony, Ajfia'aTils fy Acknomledguneat's
10 inch cylasulor,2 feet atroko, anJ tt treta and "render morn lifajik the Snored Writ Sept. 6, 1851. tf c.fCnlurnbiafor the -'"

24 Jeet long, 36 in. diameter; all in ings. It is not the author's design to supersede the to be used therein : British Cnmmercinl Life Insnrua

" complete order, and-ready for immediate use. Bible; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to obtain masonry; Bricklaying. Plaster. Maine, Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts, "

:-. It has also a corn mill attached. The. Engine and become intimately acquainted and pcr- ing, '&c. Connecticut, New YOlk, Pennsylvania Company, };
.: and Machinery will be sold if desired. fectly familiar with Its history, doctrines, and laws Delaw .rc"taryland North Carolina Established in 1820.and euijiowcred by srtoment. -
. For terms to know its truth, to imbibe its spirit, feel its power UNDERSIGNED takes this method of .for the insurance of Lire* and the rudtnt
" Jas., apply B. to me at Palatka, or to my and partake of its salvation; m a word, to prize, informing public that he is ready to South Carolina, Gc r1Zh,..AI ofchildren.iu London.New York"rVaUiitoaCiCAPITAL !
\ ageat, in some measure, as it deserves, this treasure,which do Bricklaying, Masonry, Plastering, Stucco Mississippi, Texas '
A. H. COLE. is indeed beyond price. We predict for it a circulation Work, &c., &c.; He will furnish plans and July, 27 1850."* ly $3,000,000.Cnmmunientinns 5 i
Palatka Fla., May 10, 18:>1. tf far beyond any of the author's former works. drawings when desired addressed IA theYashiugton labtc&
-The Neu-t, Jan. 1th. by persons for whom \ D, C., will receive prompt aHentMiM.
p.-.. : he is enjig 'd .to execute.woik, without extra Philip 'Fraser THOilPiW
Notice. SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTERS-By Rev J. charge.THe is well known to the citizens ol, Attorney at lAw anJ ',
I JIfadUy, author of the "Satred Mountains? Jacksonville a's ATTORNEY UNSELLORAT. LAS Wt; Commissiovcr if >, f
S'lX MONTHS after date, we the undersIgned &e.-This work will add greatly to the u competent mechanic, and JACKSONVILLE Deeds for North and South Car, is5.

Administrators on the Estate of of the author. In literary merit, it more reputation than work he has performed, already for citizensof FLA., P. S.-Refer.if necessary,to the Heads of Drp' < dp

.. Micajoh Deen,. late of Columbia county, deceased equals his "Sacred Mountains." Mr. Headley excels the place, he refers to as an additional. evi WILL attend to any professional business ; inents and Member ofCongress genera'Ij.! :;..

will present our accounts and vouchers in his glowing style and vivid descriptions. His dence of his qualifications. to him in the Courts of the Washington City.November:'li50. 08I

to the Honorable Judge of Probate for said works'aro a rich treasury of all the"snblimity of f:ffr Casts and Moulds for orn:imentnl plastering Eistern Circuit, and the Supremo Courts at I .

county, to be discharged from the further administration ous thought strength, moving of expression tenderness of passion, and vigor- also furnished. JOHN IVERS. Tallahassee lie has also such an advanta I In Cjrcuit CourtEastein Cfrcri I. '
of said are to be found goons connection with able .
Estate ; for which all per- in all the languages by which mortals declare N.B.-To Planters he would he has an Lawyer at Wash ,
their much
persons-heirs, legatees, or persons interested- minds.-See Daily Globe, Jan. 5th experiance in putting up Sugar Batteries and ington City as will ensure a prompt and speedy Florida, in Columbia, County..*
-are. .hereby requested to take I collection of such claims as .
notice. be
RAMBLES AND SICETCHES solicits work in that line may placed
-By Rev.J. T.Headley confident that he -i
can in his hands the NAI;CY COOK
RHODA CORINTH, .-We have not for a long time sat down to give the amplest satisfaction.Charges against United States. \ giS'd
a moder 'Chancery i
.'' ,. WM. ROUSSEAU, ,book those with more pleasing anticipations, or found ate. J. I. Bept.Sth,1849. ly JOHN Ys.C.'COOK. J f 'Bill of Divorce.T j..
Administrators. more fully realized, than in tho Jacksonville, May 31, 1851. .
Little River, Aug. 16,1631.; Cm perusal of the work before us-and we know it ly R. D. Kondrick < appearing to thesatisfaction of til 0*
.. will be hailed with
gratification by the admirers A GE'NUOF that
_. many \ Defendant
John Cookis
of the talented author. His ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR anSI<
'Napoelan AT
Notice. filarsJiaU" was, perhaps, sident of the State of fr lorida,and that LISJ
as popular, and
MONTHS after I date I will at least as many enthusiastic readers found Dr. S. S. FiT !,II S WILL practice in the several Courts of the of residence is unknown totbeCoroplai' *l
- as book
SIX present to any Circuit
i that can be mentioned. and in the Counties It II ordered that
the Honorable Judge of Probate for Co- We think tho "Rambles CELEBRATED MEDICINES.Used Uillsboroogh and Benton the said Defendant: do iff*
and Sketches" of the
lumbb county, my accounts and vouchers are destined to be as popular at him mth cuitof Florida. Southern Cir- and plead 2QwCrl'or demur to this BiU v, : I
least by
as as of his : distmg.tis/ie.zucccs in
any previously : the three'
published months
Administrator works.
or the tal
on'the Estate same will be *
Samuel Hinson. There is not a dull chapter in the work ,cure of Tampa Bay, October28th 1849.
late. of said filled as it -nov.t7. confessed provided di
county deceased for which eli with "an infinite ; publication be made .
; variety. Tho author
has ample Coughs, Consumption Catarrh S order the.law
as '
persons concerned are room and directs. _>'
hereby requested to verge enough for the Wm. -
employments of his M.
'F take noticeas shall ask to be discharged from fine talents to great advantage.-and most Asthma, Heart Diseases, DyspepSIa Tunno, (Signed,) TIIOS. DOUGLAV,

the:further administration of said t'.stnto.V .' fully has he accomplished the task. The biograph.succes- Gonorrhoea FACTOR COMMISSION MERCHANT A-true Copy Test, Judge.S !
Pilesn Female catp catpB
teal ,
sketch '
; the .
:\ f.H. ROUSSEAU considered T
Little River" Aug. 16, 1851., CmAdministrator's book, which, is and got adds np in much a very to neat the and value attractive of the Complaints, &c., &c. _Feb.. 14.-'ly S Charleston; S. C. .1951 1 JMarch. 1)':>1.] ;4

8tyle Kw the 1.>ubliber..,-, T!*'7>n._../..,.*..../.Tt ___u. ? t ALSO the
Dee.15th. --- --- '-- I"n CT'Ipr' Dr. S. S. Fitch B. SunnfJr'. ._... ,.,, 1..7,1A1'1' S
; u, '''''UJ''c-r quo
Sale '
ON Moidaythe' ; eighteenth day of September I Mr. Headley Is one of the most promising *ri. Braces, Inhaling',Tubes, and Lectures Corner, ol St."Harmonic Institute, 'I S TIM: SON & CO'S;:| tet
,in obedience to an order of the Honorable tore of this country,,' and wo have here one of his on Consumption, and the and Market' Square,p" New-York New-Orleans &f' tiT
best books
Court Probate Alachua County I will offer -one on which he can eafely rest his art SAVANNAH, GA. E
for .
'. sale, in front of Jhe CourtHouse door, in the town Came ,It possesses tho unfatiguing charms of pofect Life and p ZOOBAUM '&' CO., Importers' and Dealers bile .1 liT''

of ewnansville\ in said county,at public outcry, a frankness simplicity and truth. There is a graceful Health, to Old..'ge, x In Music and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, of I r __ Express, .. too

, .TRACT OF LAND, the interest pervading. of the the reader composition in ::which engages 4-c., 4-e. every.Complete description Bands;wholesale and retail. :BY EVXRY_ SSTEOFFICES; .AM S IIJft; So'an

' containing one thousand six well as in the the author as I been appointed Agent: for the furnished, and D a1el'lsuppbed -- ,..,
1 hundred and eixty-six subject. His rambles ,about sale of at New York
j I seres, utuated in said county of AI haa; belong- Paris, and London,.,exbibited a thousand Rome, the above Goods, and will keep themconsfantly S prices.*; . _" .... S.' : ; :, 11
J.; H. "
lag to the estate of Thomas Clary late ,of said traits of an ingenious nature., upon which a man lively of on hand at my Drug store, in,the Town of .June 21.. Jy' McRORY Agent Jr., No., 19 -WaUSlreetNew, :York/ ramo
deceased. Jacksonville.flouuty
debts of said The same being cold to p7 tho taste will d d ight linger. Wo predict for this a Tampa,, Tampa Day,Fla. St. Chailes Hotel Building 'N. Orl ..<
Estate and to distribution s aleequal to that of <- ,
of the
among any author's Dr. L.
works.- ROGERS. J
k thehesofddecea.e..... _..: :: : ,. See- Nsw..Yorkffcws-: tand& General Agency Mobile Agent, M. BOULLS*,. tIla
-- ---UIlo lUj HWJJL :
f ug.l6I85l. Adm'r. The collection is one of which no'author 'Dears I S WASH NG1'ON, DfCJOSEPIITsWALKER 'Jjr'' Every attention paid to 'thicdll '
need Dcnrs ,
i. I 30.1 ashamed. It consists be II Bears 1! taU
J indeed, of some of Mr. "WILL Drafts,.Notes, frc. ..
ley's most brilliant and ,high-finished Head- I { P'H'chase.all the BEARS' OIL and Will 'give .,1, tll
eiDISSOIVTJON! .. -of these specimens compositions GREASE that.the Citizens prompt and ,efficient, attention..to the 'BouWy
l : of his abilities Florida,will
by which
1t TicE'TS mmEBY may be judged with tho he shiptQ'tne Savannah.,: ,I will CLAIMS of officers.and soldiers eneaired NOTICE. IITTl 0n
0 GIVEN; thst greatest safety.to his fame OM Dollar pay for the Oil the late Florida in )
thifizthoi M ,
a world.painter a Gallon War )
and thinker.-See the Grease or.either.of the
Ii..CURETQIV 4-.T.lTUS Indian
Neto-YorL Fifty
: solvedby, mutual 'consent. All fJ'thit day diat 5 Tnkun*,'Dee.,l'Ith'I8IJ.- Pouttd the articles mcst! be Pure a Wart in which the United States have been 'Ehave' appointed T. 0.HOLMES oorT p;,'f.
i I .
claims said firm persons, holding :N. B.The above' positively them. or mill most gaged,'or the War with en T eral Agent and to tettk 1 .
agatnirt reject : Attorney
will please Boob will be tor I am'a Great-.Th.izj S er,]
t' them rarded to good judge ,of 4812,
to n.'L present.. der- at the or of and all business -
FBEKC them. and to in the
I ... 10r..ettlement. !ieesmenUoned. free D(POstage,to arii They must be. in their natural state. .any description business! requiring name of Palmer& W 1'Io'
M of an To
part the-United collect and
jiJOHN M. : Stat5e% on the Agent or Attorney at receive all debts due the
; CURE TOY, receipt,ot orders W HUMPHEYS ; Washington. .
'r t'f:! Jacksonville' Antuit.F "T. TITUS !,r with isk. money. Money, may,be- sent by 'mail..at my, WHOLESALE, DKCGQIST, ring land warrants his charge will be Forsprocu S3. In Palmer & ,Ferris, by Bond-Mortgaj '

; 3, 1851. 9-im JOHN- : Nov...lg, 1850.: ly Savannah other cases it :will be proportioned. the orotherwise, also for Darius Ferriad 0 r.:
: THE I SUBSCRIBER'g;;; 143 TAYLOR Nauau.Teet, Publisher; and difficulty :of-,the case, ', nature All persons having demands against th&:
pin' baa; purchased the Em. Augusts. Netq.yor}. To Post Masters-Post; He will also act in &,Ferris: or'.Darius Ferris ,deceased. "iJl Peac2rtt
i H0"* the .. Office covnectionwithtgentsor
t I standing liabilities payment of all ont- ,* 2m. !.tamp ., 0' .. Attorneys in'. sent the JS4me to T0.Bolmeafor **!!
against the late finD' r OuretonI I.-.--, -_ . .. S who may be-empJOJed' payo: .
; TitDl..I'AU person iaincla1zna -:- flEE undersigned,Postmarterat Bounty land and other! claims all persons indebted to Palmer &:FerriS l W 4 "I"'
Jlrm will gaInat laid Boatg Pleasant Grove ,on_ terms: which '
. ;For i
pleueleaye 1
. ( them WIth"McQUIEt J Sale. S Allegban Co.;Maryland, may be agreedupon. ,Letters Ferris,are requested to call on r.Q'. !'J
wu the .
< who Mcliq.S first (which .
TOSU E.q, fJ tn the should '
the SUBSCRIBER u. person i .
I 1 110.1 ofthe nbacribcr.0. &uthoriJed' : Agent, and Attar. 'THE. OAT8... 01l"el'l for I8te two moab1e veJy] to publish..the conceived idea of and undertook exten8 be t ion post-paid: ) :will receive: ,immediate' after forsettlementand- .. make payment. *fJi'q ti'

: \. nmAI : s .. wa3aaifiattXxecutor flees with supplying all post of- Aug. J7 1850 'tf SARAH P. FERAdm'z.ofDFum ,and.:
cheap -
J. :
- I JaniU!, 43,18M, -. ; FRENCH. :weU ,arewarrentedequal stamps. ;AH stamps made Whim' ..;... .. '. ,: : <. :
'.. .. lm' adapted.th4commodAto pleasuro >&tli or gupwiortoAny other that ,
"' c J or can be:procured at.the Charles 5- DAVID'IPAULE $ 1Cra]
; nn'{' 'a ;: -: :or both'Will 1>>e bold unreasonable ottho'nve t ;. One' 'any are sent out In any.way:laDle defoctiv price, and'Whenever .. DeWaal, Jacksonville. ,550.,, ...f' ,,, "
rms for
FJats.. to cub. tory, duplicates or.nnaatWa; AUCTIONEER: : '
---,1 AArplJ; ,J. B. McRORY Jr.. forwarded; ,- .. tJtf
DEgIGNED2 30,1851. out < DOtice,with- : .t
charge : '
: 1.'- .: ;A t" 1'1: t .the.&gent'otRon.t'n. ; '' --S.. '''' U CILLISGRYOR All who.order a ,et ofatxpg wivu JACKSONVILLE"t' J- :'E.. F.-, cI.Qlnlslrato '.' ,!Voti 'lIle< y 'i ;'': I DA.TES1 at'Two Dollars J3r SALKS in OIX MONTHS'> t .
Jiun thirty jaecert-ahall "onlltor.= Rflypart6fl County : AFTER DATE .T t7 :
k- 1J...: !l 4'el '- ffYiA ;t ij -!! --" ': !a 'Notice.TTIOISIHERBBY .' .Address 'fPos ',Ma.ster be. kept;Pleasant in tampe adlibItam. t o and respectully solicited. attended- *- ; present our accounts Ud.T01IC'e *' ::4.

} "" 1\o rW. : 4fNJJ... ... f ... \ : : GIVEN ny 00; )Id. '... Grove.AUega..; :JacksonvllleMaJs4s; : ,. Uon.Judge of'.Probate'for Calumbia" .
b&1 .fl .s..i, 4fh ,t S
ffoUonpf4O.8Oor 160$5ej ; Df lroui4ateI 1jtheUn. Any editor I >- Florida for
iO Le1 shall a
publishing the atk'
4 ot.1he ; cated em apply t abore (and this ftnallettlementraDd '
aq pubJio 3 times notice) : tr&11
h2id4Inthe ladpot.PJobaUotDaytJ
; and
Jed U tDtr)".&'the Lu4 0.State., ,.... tEJOrida,II1b; ,1nu.uthe'Adm county; fora ftaal':& pay in WOOD Bending a copy,of paier, shall receive JOB PRINTINGIECUFJjthfrpj :- charge froni? : :;t ; ,r-AdplnhstxSstioa{ \ j hid
. .' tr"U
I :"P' ot LE'tt'JaJI EstateofArchbaj **
D :
lIrL: A tbe' Il'ltato'' whenever d ,
JtI..tl'IJ: ( J{ ;.ZOSEPU H. Phflipe1at4i or of o ftbe Bill is'ordeted twice the amount E. Regalia, late of thi ,
I 'JaebonTi11t.Vane8, 1851. ''INEGA1f dl tlllld. X2f"'J LBERl'said'eouutyof DtW t'; S graving wlI ;---or,it preferred, a.wood n' ..it S .i-i .___ t ydeceased, 'of' *\IcJr all persona ,. l
:/tl'pA.. Aaplf,23 .PHILIPS. : Mulshed;to order,:or;an'engraved 4: ,:C S arejleaired to take I
1851. .. newspaper! A.-- notice. li
8m nea ,. :a tai t n : :. )
.&tetltor: Dollars.: .., '.anddedgn,:ofthe, value.of.Five :/1.. Ia hlOnableflonnets r At: Ladles' ; : -'Z 'HOOANRA
.- v; : ; .and Parasols by'WCUEN1&Co'1 h t i! "3 i *.C-t ,
.1l1I1e"1I18"1./ Ma131. .1"0") .h"D ; : .;J.:ROBERTS,1

: Alligator. FJa., Ma117, 16 J. e rn Con1i

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