The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 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 )
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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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reut 5IlM4Smttlk to,slf tp hemtn tht:
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MfSSfe l yqp'it 0lWf be aJPrT ; 1-. 1 1 -T-! -. -I jrttjtti hours ouoZ. 7pry1ieyqur, *n ils*loloMm
TJfu1l tIc nw the quar.D' : --5 -- that If'theyt14qIet; *&doHlieaatir, ) :
ff' f' -- tI I iOk.. : i : '
the deg ee of, 'tHer recumbency, VOt ? 11 ions would'betaken aff: nlireTy ffar taexkad,
: 1 .. been ou>at; 8** a dayor,two;. tThjsjntellig *
(rom.ber nont1ityiczeena i: : ,, r 'ii' '
sa5bC.PP was inoried.wiitli!! : Tj4eqfvtatiff cti B by.alJ,,
8elfrcomplacency HertpeJaTqai : t&nt
; 4h glitterit3g and-tbejfr ti44igceaud itajUip
promised ;
; i Interesting L ttOfromCnba.t .
or.jjleams an. prophetic to Spain bjptYeni.rLbuis.Bchles.cingeungary tlemeniTisU the pruon, at'no time em'ptyihanded "
beholdersr -> M p uAAArSeptembeii1i11 ft5Ltl E. H. McDonald, Mobile; J.1'&riiss ,-and -it bo can JtelLHow.much of"consolation Major Schlessinger.iWjiOyWa
Th'e His en
Mn& ae, all oracular sailor, on l aid hope.these. visits infused Intdi the bdsom theiman ofwtr ,thaVpar.tlngwith
Havihg'been requested >y'a rgetrd
ns voyage, tossedfon,tbe stormy bil- Lion of tho prisoner of; thel&te Cubanxpodi. Tbompso t@Aie4Ublej ofciHe- unhappy .prisoners.. ;iEven.a'fter-ioRW :his j nine p aria .cinjui t
vimi; the rage of the angry elements sees Sent Id Spain by hipTrimtra de Guatemala. two prthr -Americans received permission'to' andth otbeprispner thwJ9Tq a4

ses ofthe moon a Harbingr.of safety, of,"their situation" and tgood *'ealtH"I, 'have .JosquinasnoNewOrrejIue" ; WraTT Mc- visiLthein their thehccnt1enjen ilIdnotjnt tjjt' done and *ug4 P?fliUCl LNTr1J4fQv:
it Vest tdmustneeesariIy 5eayNewOrBander.; seraidaily sisifcr.or iheir carejandi&(> get the jaourAfulyetj TfHgqcd
bis toils and dangers or thougnt throw'my observations,1'wfiicH dombl jf
elsefrou' ( s4UChOfthirelaxntloij'of j
taiCt ; T>e general.in'their'ptincfpal ,. tb'e'prisoa disciplinQ his eoantenancojai.be waved up-a.
disaster and destruction, in, Her Germ tyji1a a'flalthnori'i G )win permittedbytheSpanish; .Gdvernment
a3 omens features into lHe.form of Circular, andl; Just before.we parted.Hejrecpmjnfftd$4 f trqo'g*
ffljflTLsage.' Thescorched, ; and,witl4cred Imp now,the Honqr to address you$i\a\ at th e New OrieaceJWnVlUjCraiV Memphis, Tenn.; J isqwjng; to the interest shown by tbe represent ly.to ourjcartion, t. ,
"* G Bush, New Orlealw 3 'A Simpson, Philadelphia tatirea .off so powerful'agnation.Everj'relaitivelo'f left hi4siclih
fid the planter are soon to plentifully\ .request of all tHe risoners V ;
: *of W W. IpPlee New Orleans A T Pruitt, the prisonefs in the'Uriited StatcseveiiAmorican
is The prisoners were'brougfit to this city iiidiflferenllots,1 ; n ?QTf<* irrigated; because the Queen of Night to ex.Ebitief and as" fast as'they arrived* were Alabama;T, uim Ii1tnYash1ngtouD C; W who'feels fonthe situation of dig. doli&g jth'hiiafgariac

fall and radiant face to her falibfulVnd' sblxved of their Hair,' chained tyro ttogeUjer, L Wilkfns4n[ Mobile; M Mpllii St Louis,P La- treised xountrymfeu, arid every friend tp'Hd'manity.tHroughotit -- JjIfS

belieting subjects; andlhdu gh', the.earth' and placed all in o'ne long saloon in the prison, cost. New Orleans;Patrick Coleman, New Orleansj the world; owe their grate: *.i are

in one place,, and drenched, an- During the first few daystit was exceedingly MX Hefron rNeWiYbrkj:James 1 Brt&dy.Galenal11ll.nrychmida.wOrleansGeo, tbenksto CrawfofdjAad taMr. Sydney accustomed; t91 mls4tknc0L'Q9r fcJlawhithey
parched Smith Their conduct,has cast a lustre ''
.upon (\ttt suffej
difficult btainctihizsIonTho to >Tsit'tHiem> ;
ilher, at the same moment of time equal relief flritlsh Consul Joepb T jCawfod 7- Foster, New.Orleans;Jas.Cbapmanj Charleston; th jtire iy brightescutcheoBrofitfieif countrywbicfejthe '

is expected from her plenitude of rower, did so on'ihe.first'day, uid.'accompanied by his C Cook. Albania1 fe N.?>11,'Berlin; H .B.Hart, lapse of ages cannot dim.I: uow tens itarU.I.jThth&herwthe captaia pf

for otV&tremeS and in simultaneous promptitude. secretary, Ir.-Widney.Smithibohas never Petersbn.'V '. 3iebb'FantS., Louis; Patrick'McGratk. derlthem ;the grateful thanks of mt least: one tbe-Vcnus; tind, obain d"from7iiim.ajprcmia7:
NewrOrleansf Chas DailyNeW Orleans American, 's-ltiified-sthat Hi will be'echoed by that indnlgeneeahould.beahnwte tna
while the learned Astronomer ceased labia exertions in; their, behalf, ,gave every'
Mid them the'firstcheering words* Onthe next ; S1 Pnrnell,New.Orleans;;fhqslenton, he voice thousands, when the newt' of their Major and b'isVQmpayi Vconi teat.wl th i4

annnajly (Vlls his, credulous reader tq .look day Mr. Allen T; Owen, the American Consul, New Orleans; C AfMpCurray, Baltimore; Antonio dndnes reaches threUnitedStates.; ff security., ,. ,=-t lsdV TT \rVrVn'dr!?''>
out for wet weather about thisjime/spreading asked for rbnd obtained permissibn'j/an'dfos 1 Hernandez Havabn; Ellas J Otis! Depotville I must not.torget' in my thanks the Americans Among.. tha.passenger*,,who j Vent on,{be

':IAIU prophetic wclation.over space enough to subsequently informedby'tbe prisoners; N YfBerria'rd Allen, St Louis;Julio Cha- and Creoles/( -this, city. When it: was steamer,Isabel de Catolica.werjl IbV vidoo|

the told them that ,the 'Tresid/nt had proclaimed sange;> Havana; Thos ,H Xe, New Orleans; inoWn .that,the, prisoners,were to be .sent tc tblateu., Ennanuadr..Labordela'te.Sat
accomplishment untaught
Insure its probable them without'the pal th'elaw, and He co"ulddo George Metcalf,Ireland;Robert M Grider? New Spain which wa pnly two days and.a half before ishl! ConsnTat New Orleans., .This ,GVnteman| ,
barbarian looks with confidence to HisVanar Orleans '1l H.Scott R'Wil their departure, a subscription was imme.
.nothing for them" During .Eercral days ; Kentucky; George dbubUMSjgbne giehis.Goyernnqnai1NewOleansamIhe
oracle, and with equal and implicit belief our only means contributirgto to the amelioration son, Philadelphia; William II Vaughan. 'KentuckyVihhiam dintely.started for the purchase of such articles account,of;tbe.exceea'al ,
II Cameron Jefferson as they would most need,on the r, voyage, and will "nothing1 ,Is "certain *.",I
ia its veracity, either witH a failure, or a of their condition was through Mr; Smith, ; ; county, yxtenuaiexV.7tbati"; *
who continued to visit them twice daily,'taking VaP6tcrtMcMnllin-'Ireland; : } John, Denton, was .responded, to most nobly by-- the parties myself heard him say'that he lelCthe/.city'by

verification. them small comforts and speaking in their behalf NeWjYorkj;Thomas.R.MwnroeMiss; :Edward lamed above Within the.&hort space of time the advice'pf the MayorSIn Crossman, Ho in.

7jo! the poor Indian, whose untutored mind"aees ,by"which means he improved In 'a very AYeiss, Oermany; Robert Schntz, Prussia; C'BcHneck l [.have;mentioned, nearly; $1,800 were raised formedhimthit.kis'lifewas1n] danger ,anu

by the dip Of her horn, whether his hunt- great degree their situatioii. He took iip aiubscription Badenj; JeonpldsHip,St Louss; James and disbursed the.prisoners, and that, too, that if seized'by the inohHe (the'Mayor would
lag grounds are to be brightened and refreshed among the English residents for IIearsayl; N 'OrIeans'Like| Sc lly'Ij'cw/ ; when the subscriptions .of the Creoles, from bVuriablc protftciTiinC. 'Ca'n thia be true '

he ,of providing extra clothing for Orh ns; W9lIiamVloiN Olea.thomns; whom tie'bulkp lbomoney came,were collected :rThe KeWj tc/merTernan'do eLCathoUcV arrived -
by the glorious influences, or those who were British subjects, and the'secretary )ailyp.. r '_the loud tempest and the torrent's roar"ihill of the German Society/ consequence ; Henry Salir, Liverpool; G Bontilaj; Hutf- with.fearand trerablingtlest.it should come to She bringsno news o ntcresL. I'I
be quelled by the significant curl of thetrade's Slezinger do Curmeli do the ears of this worse thaninqui6itorial QovernmenU 'tt' Yours" Ji1.cz4S.
ot receiving" letter Troni.Cnpt.-.Schlicht, went cary; ; Kndnitzydo; ; -' !
glittering, crescent ,to see them and snbspquintly provided for the I'etrie, d ; Kereker;dof Viong, do; Nigikos"tio; The gentleman. who' conducted thispart'of ', ti : ,
;the affair is' Mr, J. .Thrasher
-AideliirdoMichael.Biro Austria David \Vinaqrn on
IATN Sept.
the that ; ,
the moon has tafideliberil provisions Gcrmuis: in. same manner tbo.Englisb
Verily, Miss .ThcVr.as IIudnnU New ..Orleans American long resident of this island, and.to
tjousul had provided fr his countrvroen. ; ; .Yeiterdiiy.morning nine more prisoners were
benefit of and though here is but whose knowledge of the and their
the man
for ; Schlicbt people
I was'not able to obtain permission to sec ,von Berlin;JB tNew.Orleanf; brought in fromBahiaH0nda/wbere(Hey Had
such universal and munificent benefactor TimothyK H Natchez: Howard Purnell,' their language, icahnersi; customs and laws, we
one hem until Friday Oth instant at noon; when 1 cnry indebted been lying for some i days,to recruit theii'strength
forevcry body's use, and totally different effect found twenty-five that morning bad l>eon John 4cKhutiis, E Q ;T5ell, New'Orleans; John, were fo/;the'free access permitted to ?exhausted by-starvation and their
are constantly produced from the same sent to the hospital, and that 'nnie few of the Carter, Bernard McCabe, Ireland; John Murphy prisenersond raised, and large.amount of money wanderings in..the..woods. jxtjd imountains.
expended fpr their
relief. '
Ireland Hiram TYest Spring Valley, 0 .
others hadjhad their ch1 taken off 'for wliat ; Their names are K -> *
,ciose and at the same time in different section, Jas Oilman Cincinnati tI!. Thraaher been granted a little.more time,
Searing Haplin ;
reason I could not learn. Tho Americans antl ; John Johnson
Capt. Kentucky
tie faith remains unimpaired. And if some Edward Jas Smith1 Hudson'Nelson A or had hej been permitted to carry around his ; Engine
Crissyr ;
I much ;
others found were dispirited ; London
some very subscription-list openly. I Have,no hesitation in Clay; Eng.j.George Parr, Petersburg
foundation or theory is required for such a belief in c-'nsequeace of, the language-Mr. Owen, fVLndwIg. New Oilen s; Charles Harrison'do; saying lhat$20,000 ,could have .been, raised \John'-A3Sowers; ; >Berryville, Vajt Joseph.Stevens .
Gro ;
,you will be told that long experience and ind held to them, and 3 from toeing .others BO Victor Duprat, ido.kllenryi Stautnyi'ed.o; ;New with?.balC the, trouble caused by the; secrecy /New'York J Fredrick'Hagarf Prussia*
cared for and I did wbat- I could Quick, Philadelphia; Henry McIIenry, ? '
ranch better ; be Andres Ceatera',Spain j David Gano New York
Observation Have tested the facts, and that fact8srbttterthn Orleans JagDDonnellr-Pottsyille, Pa Chas necessary to observed collecting what was ;
them'I'would' do ray1 ; ; / -' :
to cheer them, assuring Ji"or Charles fl dge ;England. '
received. did
.this .
This ad jiblin Cincinnati John t gentleman's philan-
< theory. argiiruentuia} utmost to Have tb inns well provided for as ; Murtigh.Philadelphia; '
render Thomas McClelland], Ireland, John Mcneiss, throphy stop there, for nearly all the purchases Thetw1attej"are'fthe Hospital, and/the
lumimm. Mrs. Partington might bad.been.
as fortunate'companions
or their more PitrsbuaerPe'drp'Jr, Lopez Venezuela; Pedro ,fpr the voyage wera made' .by,h\m\ in the intervals Others ,*eYer placed'iirlnVPujrta pnsoir-Witb
hi trgument-io-knock-doTrn-a-mapj would seem On leaving theprisqniapoke to seyeral fmy their former who re' eit them
Velaico 'Cuba servant bfXopezf ManuerP1eury -, colJection3.And ip tieentire; neglect cpmrades with
io preclude all Hope combatting an error souifersal. friends about raising funds for theprison-' ;; Cubs, Jncob, "Harbelle. 'Germany Louis of his! own.business, which ypu. will perceive to great joy,Having;supposed that fh were deYdOnVof
,ers, find so great; was ,the interest shown .in ; ; bave'bee pressipg whcu.I tell theinen in iner Hospital. David. Gano
that be
"with"rte you was : ,
Nevertheless, shall attempt flaekel, Swiss; Manuel Martinet, Havana; F A
; efforts crowned
their behalf that, cur were ih '
the proprietor of the Faro Industrial wirtfCrittendeh'tifieri He Capt; Kelly
newspaper ,
self same repartee," to show How pale Cyn- with the utmost'success. I take this occasion Lame,Cuba; F CMaban.W._L Constantine DanihleTKy..John'BoswelBaItimore Canada recently'suppressed/ by. the .Government. on the'13th of August,and w s seperated from
tliia has these multifarious con- to pay a Just tribute to those.Cuban gentlemen ; ; and Him accident the
performed ,Writ. Cousons, Lincoln Eng H Schmidt, Saxo NigHt Hejabored for the benefit of the by same night. He confirras
,flirting duties, so obligingly assigned her. who so generously provided me with funds, yCoiir .Bechtold,, Prussia;. Jas Oglevie, prisoners, and he.was among to4 grasp them by the accounts already'given by Capt Kelly"andsomepf
would have been barren
without which my efforts the Hand as; they ,"were placed >in the vessels, "His men relatire'to their seperaticrh> _
the Williams New Orleans
table is ffew"Orleans4Harvey
The subjoined presented, as, ;
> arid hlsb to American friends who : '
< many Tailor which conveyed ,them from the.Island. The, This irinb rwas Conrad
'malt of recorded "observation," and if true contributed not only money but .personal efforts John Cooper;JasB FagInOhib; poor fellowsjooked upon him as ministering ho bad anrr ndrr d to-thrcr'cpnJj- '
Berlin H B Metcalf;Ireland Franklin RiBoyd
"txHerert should exckiin- indignant alarms, j would gladly mention .namesy but the New York; Wm Hurd. New; :Orleans. angel; andweU, they might, for never did, man trymerii he 'graplBdTwitH and;bveftbrew the
"A chiersamangyc taking note," impossibility of naming all would render the ; labor harder or with mpre success in the cause 'one who struck bithwheztthe'other; two fled,
niAnifestatiou. from particularising "of a few apparently invidious, Waiting ship at HatanaG, J Duffy, New Humanity. ,,He.was assisted; in his labor,of arid-and after a desperate strngle,'he sdcceed*
-VT trust, a propitLitory and I will therefore cite but twoJwHbare con-: OrlcansY mas Little, Mobile.Michael; Geiger ,love by several other Americans, whose names, ed in'killing his* anlajonist. 'After"thishalivtd.nidey

Luna's next succeeding dipper,' may quench nected with the press; these are Mr White,- fthoN New Orleans; John D Brown; George S it would be invidious to mention,as they;did no daysTri the woods,until he was fore*

:"their fiery indignation and wipe'away bo foul ; V. Courierand Enquirer,And Mr.Cahla-. Berry, Cincinnati;; Asher., JPHillips; .New OrJ more than twenty,others Would bate done )Had 'edbatFutit1toe4iread.rhiniself.; He says

'llotso wantonly splattered the purity 'other ban, of the N. ,Picayune; to tHesei gentlemen -' leans[ ; Jacob Je&sert; Thomas Bryan,JphiBchilder "- they.had opportunity. *f' ,, :( < ', i ,tfiat tHerS are four men'!>tilt remaining'atBaHia -

in,company with many' others, (much New Orleans;John Brown.J \\ Mr.. Thrasher,..though,his exertions for the, d'b'eInoo' weak"to be removed..J One
escutcheon praise isjdue. :' : Jn Hospital* alldoing mcll.-A L Alfonso: last three days have been almost superhuman 'of these; he ss, a Cprp'of at Edwards,of Capt.

It will be perceived, that during the periol On Saturday the priso'ncrs'rcceived several Cuba, nrm:1anuel.Aragonleg; ,TB KuviraGalicia Has not relaxed His labor! of mercy i :There are 'Sanders 'company,- attached; to< Crittenden

cuD months,in which there were 39 new and visits and a sum of money wherewith to purchase ,leg;Preston Essex,St. Louis,leg slight still eleven prisoners in the Punt arid,twenty- command. I have since learned' that Major

.full moons but one storm occurred oh the day bread. Mr. Smith also took to them: eejursand Robert H Ellis; Washington, D'C.."* left hand; 'five in the hospital to be cared for, and at this Blnmentbal is another '* *
other comforts. On Sunday ..mOrniDg John ClineNew Orleans, thigh slight; N Port, moment of writing He is still engaged iri the The' brig Mary Elizabeth, Capt.McConnell,
of the change, which was followed, consecutively their chains were.taken elf, ,they were.al Prussia finger slight;John N Davis, New Or-, charitable task of raising subscriptions to purchase arrived on the 13th from New Orleans. 'I do

by two fair days, one rainy,' and again lowed to bathe,and I,was enabled to send them leans, shoulder slight j James Fiddes, Malta,' comforts nnd necessaries.for the voyage not know what' intelligence she Brought'but

'one fair day-that in two instances, viz on their extra clothing. They .were in excellent both legs; J G Porter Dublipj breast and arm ,of the first jto Spain, and'articles alleviate, the acting Governor thought it of so much con

"tie 13th and 14th and 23d and 2'4th.August spirits-ami as many of their countrymen had slijrht ; 'PCurvIa, Havana, aim' M J 'K#enan. the onditi6n of the last while,lying upon asick. sequence'.that he"Immediately'd'eipatebed' :an
February, now obtained peraission ,to visit'them; andthcyfoundtheywrt'tflObafld0nCd Mobile, finger slight; John,Talbot, N Orleans, i .bed i arid, id this, I'am .happy,tostate: He express'to Bahia Honda,and last night the Cap*
1800; twosuccessive ttormjf days only, by their hand slight ; Jose Douvren, Cuba, side.slight; will be again ,Successful, .Seven, .more prison tain General returned to this'city; "
followed each change-that in these 39 chang- friends, they were quite gay. Writing materials Wilson :A Ilievss, Miss., leg slight; William ers. it is reported, are on their way Here from ntb .Wgbtotthe 27thnlt.the, Jay'after '

'Wjtat/fifr rainy and showery days immedi- were to-day allowed them, theTcqucst; Loaner, Saxony finger.Thomas Mce11.Lump- Bahia Honda, and they,'too.will be" assisted' on -thecAuteofLoe a paper mill-out at Pd- '

S jiiely"proceeded the and that there of Mr. Smith, and, many of them wrote to their kin county, Ga.'iick; Henry Jasper Saxony, IheirnrrivaK' 1. entt Grandest fbn'rnhlfrom the dity, tdok
change homes. They.all received a small, turn of money foot slight'L.Pulank j Hungary, gre:; slight; ,As,>ri act of justice to 4theSpaniafdsTI must fire and btirned to'thegront1d.TM&wtzsdonbt- '
tJKre but 13 days on which any,rainy,ihowery, to purchasesuch triitys as, they might fan William Miller Northampton,, Eng. finger also state,that the prisonerSreCeiedmany lit- le. s'aoseo!'by,the ''rockets-, crackers and:Other

*$ttcrmy days occurred at the change; during C,?.. On this vday they Deceived' information slight; J'B Way noutb. Nashville, TenriVhand tle'acts of kindness from the officers the prison fireworks let off rejoicing ill LopexVcaptue
I'r theTfaole period embraced."Strcarnot that .Commodore Parker; w'as'nof'allowed to ace 'slight; John Robinson?,' England, 'side' slight; particularly the Segundo JCommandarite, 'but I have-justbfcen informed that two Am wl-

tHem'whicK' they 'regrettedexceedingly; 'and, George Edgerton j Na'chtf z"siek, : Dou Bernardo Doniiriguez. ? cans'havebeen arrested and are now prison,
bytkeino& during the afternoon -they received'a short executed P S Vari-VecHteni delivered .Jseid.vu'a, card i?of "thanks placed i tin mybandi charged with Having set the mill bn fire."j I Have
Jf the Here given be taken as a test, N. Lopez, J able f learn their r *
period visit from Mr. Owen. to.Capt.Platte5Andras; Gonzalez! prison : by,Capt:,Kelly "a'ndl/Col. Uaynes, who ,not been 6 names/
ttie demonstration'which results "must give us '.Od'Miuiay morning as they were nbOiit, to -Somers, Jfew Qrleani, pardotid ; Caotaln. left here on
fpa e.9 And comfnend to nil we tber-wse embark early, Mr. Smith; Mr. Callahan1 anti Lopez, in prison;, Julio,Herren; detained herej Nojriifu .The other,two prisoners freed' .by,the New.Orlernstq-dayjbringing dates fp the'I3tb.'Araorig '

ttoonologst! the peremptory and conclasiyejtiiwa myse'lf visited them,bef ore day ; 'thtyhad* cof-- J K Kelly and ,\ S 1Iayn,1ilerateh.flaanCmrrivontten'e Captain General, Lieut.YanYechten rSoraer9bavbIefi'heretVlhe..first he passengers 'was.tbefnother o.f brie
fec and'brC d before going on board. Besides bn'.theU. S. "of the prisoners'recently'secY to"pain',1).1r.
,that "fact* are better than theory. whit: they, received from the government, each tk'NOJPicayun8. .sloop-of-war Albany; and tbe latter' on the brig'Tehuant'epeVifof ""Charles'AVDowner She came over hcre'with

But lest the length of the time taken to demon- man Had a pea-jacketju woollcn'shlrt pair of of your pqttV R .. the Hopa .seeing her sonund'procurng'bisliticrati
4I |*r tesach facts be deemed insufficient pants, a pair of stockings and a'ti iri pot; and on HAVA'SKA, Sf pt,9/1851. Corn.Parker, who arrljred hecnthe&bnthe.Saranac &:/'Although1 th'e pooi* lady 'Ws bejndisftppomtcd
board ship were placed for their use '825 Ibs.chocolate. The: ship Priinera Guatemala; which left ,received a .positive refusal from inithis'matter/yet I \in4frptandshehaf
propose, at another time, a 'further extension 2 boxes tobacco, 2 barrels vinegar, here yesderdayfor: Vigo, took with her'UGof the Captain General to his request for permission : Applied fo tno'bishdp'tp *- *v_

I (tic tables of our journal, to a period sup'CieaUy.farAback iihd i some small stores,and the sum of$725 was ,the prisoners Belonging thejate ,cxpeit ion' to visit the pviaoners ?Since his arrival He nnoth&ot the*prsnernwjn'Here tbPhosntal

; to place the question beyond placVd in the Hnds of Capt: Ortiz, of the/Pri-/ under c muiitud tgene.ralLef'tvh'tci'l; ; jHas beeaengaged.Iriin estfgaiipg'tHe circumstances ,''w'h.6eivife and finally.nfeSdeighiborsof

l! !putesor 'cavil-circumstances Having'prctente4 mer.i dc Guatemalafor general, djs.tnbntjon 'New Orleans"on'theEteamsHfp'Pahjperp'< 'Six connected.with tHe nHumant>utchery Hir's'at'tibme "Heaven'grant'sne"inay succeed
: on Arrival at the port of dcsti atiou.'* Besides others.left in theSpanislrtraniport ship"Vetous of'Crittenden 'and his fort. ine' companions, n Permission of'meSy5.0/E ?/* **

>uch extension in the present ti'tC ,. th'ls, the Qermin ''Society' gave 7Capt. Ortfz and fourlu-tHxj small steamer Isabel::laCatoli-j and tbe..atrocities.( Pcrpetratedinp9ritheir 7 The.Saranacnnd Al bany.twtH''cflnje in io J
<. Cedar Keys,ria, August, iS5l $136'fortho( Grm id. ahd evcral persons left ca, all for the.same port. Their .ultimate de rtination i 1es3bOdJ'eSbJ' the Spanish "populace* bere.- I, '''J' '

-- : ? .sums for individuals They erab.irkcd in high is underatood tObehe! Arsenal fC4.. |.H"aje\been\ informed.that,,several i genUemen of.I 1
I'I VMf ve regret that our compositor finds it IraposAwt.to spirit azulifc lIc Health, aHdcsinnpatngst dixJ *Eleven otHersarc now in the prison'of the I ih e ..ijghestesp'eqtapjlily .have wajfed"uppp Te.L.tft
insert the accompanying table*, alluded to affectionate farewell!6b'eent"tV their' friends, .'Ptrnta' .in'thls;city and twenty-five Isickamd the Cbmmo'dbrei, anTrelated toTum"vfhatihey

II wth. text, but hope the hypothesis of the, ingeni.tULfltcr with ftssuYances of high!Hbpca fdr a speedy'?release wounded IA the Military ..Hospital -. -* saw themselves in the treetsandjmblfcplaVesof .
wilibe understool" without' Ihem.-jPl). ? Those who remain" Hereawaitingiflip; ; J3y.thetkindpe8spf,j6nepr. twoSpanish pfii : the town 'n the day and night of'the execu- .L & J14ffJt

'ta : : re : .. .will.follow th ir'cotnpanons! iri'a few days: !'cern; I'waiTperimtteU Co see"ih'ese JQqr'fellqjfs' .tion ., The,, 'atermatfons"% these gentlemen' ,i.:,. V S
ji1ns Fiti0 ruowBtfu.nixa jxPAnI3.- ; Thc ueh'o'&re in the.bespltal' nroi hl'doing, on board of the'Vessel*destined to cbriveylhemrtb1 tnorp than bcariout'tiJtlthaVHa been related by, : rotrdsE/'T; ,,
Lie balloons inde by iPertin Iweroremoved wbll and are very:well?cared for bycvery one Sphlnranrflcfttifwlth trotn saytHeyiwercJ! correapo'nderits'frpm'Jheife relahve'to" the atro-
!? IYElnesJayfromthpaIajs NaUonab and ronndthembeyiltb1iftT0be11ahl01.writing made, as comfojlable..ssjtbeir ituvUioa( QttWp 'citte ""arid l.cnri' Ww*WnfioTeritly 'state ro'myj

HJU L-an the course of a few days be plao* over : materials,* arid thtlrfrlends will rob- rmit.. .AU.were furnished jritb Alankef ijinlighf letleis16you. on this)subjectIHavenottOld the t Becai7 :r Jieaid' ;
and all) Had [ 'J**-i. i % -AA11 N tiiMMA **Tt A Vt&t nila kiit>A
$1 immense, ear orvessel nowbuiIdinrif'a ably recei ve]letters from them'as fiarljraa they clothing by" tHVGpventaienr.. "
? Lre. piece ef gronndin the Eue MArboeaf mar receive Ibte. *The'*Captain Oeneral Ha an extra'suit of; thickeand'iebmforfable s"tulF{ of too disgusting and' iridecenl" aliaturVto bcj hetoIi't 'e }4'tiiItCt ? *

*tt iteresseLrla;now?RO far'advanced,* that the seen very: considerate and kind If iHUfoTderfl ffom.Head'tc.fobl. togetheriwith.eHocplateicigatstobaoed related Inthepublitr3rTht'naflWne who
jjetuur.isable.to form an idea of tbeplairori relative both to sick and welV ondHHeir htwndantsand pipfesi'and; many..otbe.rJiUle.necjasariesj } does'not k'nbw tHV 0panwH-cwilaoferr; r wouldr tll ctdng b bra/'or
.Petin hopes torender HU bflooWTOSDugsbleThe jailors Have treated them with mncH wHicbtp.men: !intlDeir sUw ,. nwvrq5r.tbC5e i like monsiro/psjiciiois, e4nuTeiaieu of'the
.motive;powertisron the consideration :\ *T/ T* TI; tln i luxuries Indeed tHey were indebN' I Itahd W9t sate and barbarous nations in" thewor1d"Theyre c Asf:

':ptineIple1; orked byatwo- mall '*team regard to exertions for theii
1taes, and appear* to Jbe fonytequalf tortbeIb wonldiui'ggesl'tO ,y6ta some c prompt effort int 1oht1shC ntalndhfattache : t1us1'f'or liumanityas Lwrite'thttt 1t tc' '
Z1Oe1ateuded. *most remark'ible'partirfre their behalf'thn>tigHUHftt American Mtnlitei; upoi I tjust'befor a.TlkleI.iau44

ir.4_ ;the leavesoif wings at Madrid for the reaion that the proxlmiite TJi.rsttlir ,weft iho sIpIrimers) de'tema'i 41Urhpain'

'PlUChi&i5iupposeJ hertaat igatorswill be accouchement of Jueenwilhafford a most e.or. days6rwas
*$CeD&ttlescendat itL.WignanTeLgfrj advantageous opportunity tor grant 4h"emflll a C1insn1jAmeresnUauIlflrnleerr3iOia7 .

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: !--.- :; u A ::::t ti'L1aT :WT>ulJ>indue* os'tp.supponiightbe $ thatatl1keubooi tQM th foItitbljcate 't in6flp&D't'eieit4 '
.- abtaited 'oralLifilt Y' ; Irur MieiL J P fi Pf **$****" #wBfls'eoniy.m th otteio aclMcTfie Oian'Bocity'ls tedbpexedlip oozhtQ&ppaThe
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J.S THRASHEH.9tLikr n'Sor serid th ui1in. f ttioi lltrt8iwhicbjartfiAbsoln8
3JJtoaoflUie fifly. xpediiioAisi bich'Jif
neflrafcafiEa Jtt btwpen decks
hkjt J if.tre.x-'ItJsthat Coli'Crltrr a GQ$!1YA g yy! '
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$5thizNt JJ.neelintytoth.lenewy.tb \ottoH *' *( &1CaCiilOJ( to b'tsnaw,, anul'to hat pfMsliu T d

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p. .'! t! ; .iU i 't.fY: i peace\tkey__ntt Ttsert to the right of, thestroagemx,4IgktILbut.F 8UWDlliet Jla..it.I..boei. the awe OO. na.' ,trtiOaeTal... wOulcl.. stem'toaerltthe ;, :: : ,. ,

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(' & .. f; 8ep :e, J "' ,it Thus the extermination of a portion of our great "' wlw apK rttk, ,.<< lbs Ku>{ cWeonaUon of the wholeixed ,:;estll-: ;, .. -i.i. ..... :,..

t OieenT U" .letterdlrtcttd;totee at fellow aeatures, caaoUjmea all is anindispenaable oo0tin Maaeuver1tOoteeted.ed 3tUHMeirt/-willyoqrlfrjf JBut tT pray si1'lm.lea1'l ,. world. 'Bfrrooidl: not"niver dared, In direct : ..... .Baw.9 .. 2tj-l1il"
to *
I New York;feB+vy htc an'invitation Ie addro preliminafy great poHtical hate : : Tht Yecki: ha*;jastarrirt4
do olr'ewr with Spain to } :
district changes; and hecatombs mus'be offered upon to aak r ou &question 9 Why you violation treaty .| ,

to abetting W'held of itf the dtlsent Charleston 8.'0. on the 17th the altar Xibtrty: ; before sh,'cans,become' read your,speech*' when you have"none ofthelicd 'winmarfly"weoted American 'citizens, with Christian- ,,t.A"dispatch,, 'from'Aelsialtj, I
Charleston ,
,, lust has Just: reached at this place 'where legitimate goddess., The establishment of,this "rUIOU.tWbj*tru1doctor", out preparation orcounellt he.had,DO'found Sierra Madre. Berolutidn has been r
: .,, question pertinent trial = "" "{ ''' ',
\ principle,conceding the right of revolution and the King, your is a very c.-u1. '
I BOW reside.* i that of secession would in its snd sowill, >e ,1 have asked, himself Justified by.the President' pro .
1 For the compliment thus tendered,'-and the denying application aysnswer 'Oarjrttden' ..1lreoo1lcct'tbat, ,,, r"
under houses often and for much mo .,(
of the case"now eonsilerationf the two, so so clamation.: *
: language in'which' it is conveyed, Ibeg you to leave no resource to any '-member of this confederation ney that I. am, ashamed to look them in the The lame apology of the American Consul account' thjs'rt,;qluUraary a">"ovu:_4.

i accepus that, acknowledgments I cannot comply with, aceompanledbyregrets your wiahu.I under the most intolerable oppression facf.' This'slothful way of preaching the for civil so llamas forMs, cruel and' heartless abandonment days,since. \The, _territory out)of wW it.
but the called it arisen'during
with sUits King
civil war aggrarations.
t I Distance and :space,' the burden'of years I, It leaves open no appeal to the great tribunalof wars; and Monmonth, when Chanceller of the of the American, prisoners, .is, well, exposed republic is to be form4'eibracessbsofTaniauIIpbNueO ] ':
and : than all
: should bear' with me, more my to reason,,justice and humanity t'' the right'of University, Cambridge-in: compliance with : in the following remarks which wi copy LeonIndCcg'

I decline incapacity a task torpubU..apoatlDg for which I am totally; compel unfitted.me I the strongest is tlze right divine; and dissensions the order of the King directed a letter to the I from the New.-York' Commercial 4fJffliztr.The .- tending from:the Texas line to'tldra ..

I What I hare to say I therefore hope you 'will : among confederation Christian University that thepract Ice of reading' sermons and would of Mountains
I can .only be; adjusted ,like those 'of, the wild should be wholly laid asid.)

S permit me address to you through a medium Whig papers that nearly not quite out fourth as larfi'
beasts of the forest, by a death struggle. I am be well if were more
accustomed. .
which I ..
to am more
the letter aware that this has been the almost invariable -, had independence enough to follow the,exam. whole of Mexico: We find lbs fol : ;
As It appears, from tenor your : .
that you are already sufficiently aware of the practice of mankind in erery.age and country; THE, NEWS.Saturday pIe.. How long this man will be left to disgracethe paten:.on tht.same subjecsjSins ."
but till do I recollect
opinion I entertain with respect to what II never now seeing asserted country in his present situation, we hare :- ... :
that it the mode of
was only justifiable settling "
r trouble whimsically with called a recapitulation.the compromise, I will In only controversies among ,States and natIon'; -no.means of knowing; but of ,one, thing we.feel Nzw.Oatzarn'' !f lL. 25..-.-Tho -
view, it yon was gross' and palpable violation of and it is with no little regret I see this doctrine certain-no matter(,how ..much disposed ; Mexico arrived todaywith late adrtai..

that great fundamental principle of State sanctioned by one whose,opinions are of such Mr. Fillmore may be to favor ,a functionary i Texas. ;1
equality which pervades'every provision the high: authority among a large portion of the carried his instructions The threatened revolution hat' "
American I hare dwelt more who has so literally out long
people. emphatically
Constitution and forms the basis of this confederatIon : ced the Rio Grande and
4- a, most unjustifiable attack. on the on this topic, because I consider the right :-public. sentiment, nay, public indignation on formidable character., proms" toIll.
; secession as by far the most import nt of all him to' do h(1( duty and to: most ,
of will compel '
; rights, interests, safety, and happiness one. the Involved.,in the controversy .CKSONYIUJELFi : The insurgents after capturing the
half the States 'composing it, accompanied by questions; and the attack on it as one present of the most- giro practical effect: to the public" will,. by his ment funds,had marched to join cara4i

insult and obloquy pretended concession, '1 remoral.OUE was concentrating his forces near Mooter}'
" insiduons well !
ler- 1851.
as as dangerous blows ever October 4
\ ,
numbers from minority
wrerUd forceof a '
by mere Paso
The El mall rider had been
: died at1 the of-the States all of whom set- atsicj
Consul. ,
.I,; mnd4ht in its .it rights AT HAVAIT A.-Acting upon a ,
t ; consequences, wijl'prove areiderfplgfoterested,in the issue, since those tied principle, we hare'refused to join in condem- the Indians. ;
r., mor fatal toths repose, prosperity and who are now the aggressors, may may one day AGENTS.FOB THE NEWS. natiaa of Mf. A. F. Owen until he could be heardin 2' ? -e: ..'
ft happiness; if not the very existence, of the be placed in a position where it will be their Maj.JOHN BKAXB, Tallahassee,'Fla.J. self defence. A letter front him is now before our ledtlea at the New York Episeepil Bfak.. -
-4 Union,than any measures that may be resorted : readers. It refers ,however only .to his conduct '
: only,refuge from the uncontrolled despotism of G. BxARDOir. Eta.. Ocala,. Flo. bw Yoax. Sept.20, 9 P.M/ The Pnfe,
, I to in attempting to obtain redress for the pastor ; toward the men who were executed. .We are constrained
security for the future. majority. T.'P. Ka'NGr.; Esq:, Tamp, P1*. to say that his explanation Is in rae bigness tan Episcopal Convention elected Bfr-; Ji:

: t Such being my view of the subject,I am,andalways With regard to the expediency of the State Gen. 8. RUSSELL: 'Newnansrille,Fla. degree unsatisfactory; so far>as it 'relates to those Creighton Bishop on the 8th ballot. Oft" .
of South Carolina exercising this of .
hare been, of opinion that the stand right secession unfortunate victims of a gross delusion; and we
'I: t either B. FBISBV : Ferry Ha.Gso. find the heartless tone of this clerical te,9! were necessary to a caoic
:: originally taken by South Carolina, and most now or at any future period it Esq., Garey's it difficult, in riew of .siiCreightbn

of the Southern States, in opposition to the would, I conceive be presumptuous in one so CCNTXB :Esq., Augustine, Fla. letter to hope for a. more satisfactory batch explanation receivEd 05. ,Of the J_ lay Ytftil' 1
his second of
of of '
J'. principles embodied in that series of measures, far removed from the scene of action to offer Judge A. STKKLE, Cedar.Keys,Fls.S. oners. his intrude his adYice. In such
was not only justifiable, but demanded by; a opinion Carolina or' a / GLIKSKTEsq., Pilalka, Fla.B :How an American Consul amid the excitementthat ,77, scatterings.then Crell.toa .j
crisis South for and
for their and their honor ; must act herself with knowledge -
properregard rights ; must hare prevailed Harana. a declared chosen.
and that an abandonment: of the position they rely upon herself alone. I would only observe, of only such facts as were common to every unanimously J1:

then assumed and an acquiescence in'meas- that in taking a step so decisive as that of with : The Editor of the Savannah Morning one, and baring any interest at all in the country Destmctl at MaIns

they repeatedly declared they would resist drawing from the Union, unanimity' amongst JWtcv.wDl accept our thanks.for his polite attention he represented, could if able to attend to any business Timber
her citizens, or something nearly approaching stall, saunter down to the city at 10 o'clockin BOSTON, Spt.24.-We have accounts ihsiCherry
and the last
"at all hazards to extremity unless in sending us the latest New York
if, seems indispensable. It appears, however papers.We the morning, is to us utterly inexplicable. By field Me.: stating that the fire JaUiifijT
pi, accompanied: by a frank acknowledgment. I ,
that whose wish it were in our power to reciprocate. We Mr. Owen's own showing-and it is impossible to
i .f of baring been wrong in the first instance : reputation many distinguished is national.. whose men among opinions you are entitled will take this occasion to note that the tri tc* would, in the language of the printed resolutions with which he of had I
speaks baring
:' appended to your letter be "what they to great weight, and who heretofore taken Savannah Newt published at the low price of I "the subject mentioned to him"-he made no effort to spread, destroying every thing in its.osss*

; could not .submit to without dishonor." If the lead in opposing the compromise, believe $3 per annum.BLACKWOOD'S. proportioned to the emergency of the case. It is sweeping o1'er'tbe wbole'eostrW

'. such an abandonment of all prerions pledges that the time for secession is not yet come; that : The "American referred ton.whose greater activity scarcely a green acre of land Is to:be fo'E.
the of at least'a of the MAGAZINE. Leonard JbCo. behalf of his merited
and declarations the result of subse- co-operation majority on countrymen a respectful '
were a the seaboard The fire has
conviction of erred in Southern States is absolutely necessary to the .'* re-print of Blackwood's Magazine for Septem. mention of him by name -was informed swept .
baring greatly
quent unfeelingly that it'was "too late" but there Mount Desert destroying several : fi.
successful issue of such a measure 'that it is very hoasexi
i making them,it would be honorable and mag- I ; ber i isreceired. Contents: A Campaign in Ta-
redeem the time that remained.Mr.
\ best to wait for further at least to was no attempt 'cock is also
injuries or
nanimous. But such appears not to be the kah i My Novel, or Varieties in English Life-part .Owen remains in his office after"the American" i sufferIngseeerelyandtbiremany -
I' case, since eren the advocates of acquiesence whether see whether they will be attempted such and if.so. xiii; Disfranchisement of the Boroughs; Paris in bad"mentioned the subject' to him and retired directions, for miles together; an
a I still continue to assert the principles on which they will produce cooperation.Those until from another source receives further information impassible from smike and flames. n.cr..
1851 Mr. Raskin's Works Portuguese Politics
whose riews coincide with resolutions ; ; ; ,
these pledges and declarations were based, a? that "a gentleman known to.some of the
t' i well as the wrongs which first called them adopted by your association on the other band The Congress and the Agapedome. prisoners" had performed the service which he of lands owned by the Cutter Company,hsriWii

forth. believe that immediate secession, or secession all others should hare performed; and then, "a damaged to the extent of $.OOO'aDd iht
Ii after "waiting a reasonable time" for the co, .' THE SoIL or THE SOUTH.-.We hare received short time aftrrwardt" after a second applicationto .
. The Association is, I believe, right in its operation gregate loss will amount to mil'.iocs.From : .' !
of other States, is _indispensable to the the October No.oftliiavaluablejournai, and would him he SENT to the palace of the Governor"
second resolution its belief that the
-declaring \
"i safety and honor of the State of South Caroli and "learned that they were executed And i''I
; co-operation of any of the other Southern recommend it to the patronage of our planten.COtmTY thus is the whole matter dismissed. The prisoners

;. if States with South Carolina either resistance na. Which of these parties will eventually might have been a drove of sheep'on their war: to tht New Tort Herald., "",.?.'
secession is at least predominate remains to be seen; and until ELECTION. the abattoirs Mr.Owen is asked them Q -
:._ improbable so long as ; to Intercept The Tw Syracuse avratUas aM ;
1; the influence and patronage of the ,General that is decided, I shall content.myself With asserting The election for County Officers takes place on in trantitu; when the application is made he replies Garden Valra Safety Cemiolttre .Wbsr.1
Gorernment are arrayed against State rights. the right of secession, tearing the expediency that it is too late being on that point'}er. done?
Monday' next, and we hail it as happy omen,that .!
of its exercise be decided .
to bY'tberesult. fectly satisfied; be remains inactive "a short time
Nor do I for that
j ( see any reason of administration believing will any Should it be found that a very considerable the people have taken it into their own hands, afterward" additionrand then sending up to the We haVe repeatedly expressed our suspkis
probable change produce that the.Whigs would knock under to t'e61
abattoirs, learns that the hare been killed.
minority is not only opposed but will and will make their selection of those who are to sheep '
of 'since willperceive
a change measures; as yon resist Borne'blame being east upon him, he obtains and soilers at Syracuse, while nothig but a lie
all parties in the North unite in denouncing a resort to this remedy for their grier- serrejthem: without regard to any other consideration publishes an assurance from the head manager of application of rotur'salt appliedto she s..c

a ,' slarery and maintaining the constitutional ances.1 conceive its immediate adoption wouldbe than the fidelity and fitness of the candidates the abattoir that he would not hare been success faction, and well robbed in, would mterifc

/ .L right of Congress, as :well as its inflexible interests hazardous in the extreme. But when great for the different offices which they seek. An attempt ful if he had tried to,intercept the sheep. Thisis nationality of the whig party of th"S,

.' 'f duty,to prohibit extension to any Stale in their are at stake 'For much should be risked has been made by certain individuals to introduce i about the tone ef Mr. Owen's letter. Our suspicions of the dodg of the only'ij
. t th,t hereafter. admitted into the Union. preservation. myself, I ,will only We shall never, condemn an American official '
may tion at issue between the two sectiona'azoaabundantly
that I citizen South into this county election the elements of
.From all appearances the principles say a ,or i representing his country abroad until he has been
-.-mbodi in the will, continue to any other Southern State, I trust I should not party strife, and to persuade the people that candidates heard in his own defence. But if this be Mr. Ow. confirmed by the platform t.t}
. compromise
" 1.-- ,be the basis of the future policy of the GOTernuent. be found amongst, those who, after placing jotightto.receive. their, pport,or be opposed en's"explanation," we join heartily in the demand by the Whig Connnl on. The deeejtioftbt
for his prompt dismissal from an office for which he transparent as the Crystial .Palace. .It cub
in front of the battle snd leading ;
It seems also ,probable, that the by them-not ,on account of their fitness or is unfit.EG in
L their followers into especially I seen through any direction.. Let ns loeitto
: States which ha1'llubmit'ted to past, will be a position'wbence they their unfitness for the various officers-but because the matter little, and ,then leMhe jttil
could not retreat without dishonor retired from
I i! I' equally Having quiescent thus under stated.future riews wrongs.with the field, only, it would seem,to see, if the enemy they belonged to the one or the other pelt ?- The Savannah :Ntvi of the 25th nit,in determine how far those windy,high sosi).
briefly my regard would them. calparty! making aa extract from an article which we published unmeaning, resolutions of,this Whigttt
to ,first and second will pursue
1 men
to your your last and most important, now resolution A few words m.n. gentlemen, in order thatI This nil counsel, we, are happy to know the a short time since on the subject of a direct Convention will go-how far they.wifl sstift

.-r- : namely: *that failing in a reasonable time to, may not be misunderstood or misrepresented, people win not follow. They win vote for those, steam communication with Charleston, concludes i the lIenathe.ortheSou' ,and indooi tlsj
> to re-unite' with their
J I obtaiu the co-operation of other Southern and I will no longer trespass on your time or whom thy think best qualified and whom they as follows: "The tone. of the.Newt, we are sorryto late national whig party.late Northern. tJfcin'the 'CJC.

I ,Sutea, South Carolina should alone withdraw .patience.If prefer without regarding the dictation oftho who see,is decidedly unfriendly to our city." The
from the Union I know myself, and the innermost "feeling set themselves up to lead (them. They win think We are anxious to correct the mistake into which settlement, in all CODlbt.ofaenral'of which "its*
of .heart 1 better friend the UnioL evrrything
am a to
It seems rather late in the to be caUed my ;
day i than of those who while for themselves, and rote for themselves, and when our highly esteemed namesake ,of Savannah has rendered to the North, except the eoD1tiH811
many loudly professing
ou passive,to combat obedience the and old non-resistance exploded doctrine the of their devotion, are steadily pursuing a course they want the opinion of those who set themselves fallen. Whatever impression he may'hare derived of the United Stai es. The whole CaliftM

of which cost one monarch his, head assertion policy that: has already rlienated A considerable upforleaderstbeywillaakit.. from the tone of our remarks, we can assure him, with It. apparently inexhaustible 'gold isjsft:.

.and sent another into perpetual exile. Yet as portion of its citizens, and will assuredly with perfect sincerity, that we entertain no un. its rich agricultural, commercial feaMfe
that doctrine has lately been revived by some; bring about its dissolution. It is under the influence CUBA-THE AMERICAN PRISONERS-MR. friendly feeling towards his beautiful and flourishing curing resources, ita ,extensive territory l'

I. of the highest names of the Republic, it calls of this'attachment that I hare lent my OWEN, THE AMERICAN CONSUL. city. We believe that competition between vastly important seaboard .of nine,'iwW'

. I for a passing notice in connection with the feeble aid in opposition to that policy. Neither The letters (rom Cuba, which we publish on Savannah and Charleston for the rapidly increasing miles-the whole of Alta California with *

t subject.of this letter.' It seems strange, too, force nor coercion can preserve a Union voluntarily our first'page, will be read with deep and pain trade of the St.Johns, will these inenlculabla ,advantages, IDaU of vkM"

t that this long buried monster which.receired formed on the basis of perfect ful interest throughout the length and breadth, essentially promote upon every consideration of.justice and rifta r.
1 its:death wounds in the two rerolntions of equality; nor do I'betieYet possible to pre- the interest of East Florida,, and particularly that and. fair dealing, .the South were entitle!!hj
: of land. The first
i England and America, should hare been dog serve or.perpetuate this confederation by any our feeling springing up in of our own enterprising town'; and it is for this division by the Missouri compromise no--l4

-, up and resuscitated by distinguished! Democratic attempts to extend the powers of the General I the bosom of erery American the perusal of reason that we rejoice in the prospect of a direct the whole of California' was'giren upftn*

( republican statesmen. From all but the Government beyond the limits prescribed by i this intelligence,'will be aburning indignation steam communication with Charleston. "There is I soil and the, North, as concession ,'for tUs*
I darkest of the civilized the Constitution, strictly construed agreeably otpeace. The outh also waived their cM.
r regions world this portentous against the inhuman wretch, wb'o. as the rep- no friendship in trade. The prize Is,open to competition
; L phantom has been ban lbedu it would to its letter and spirit. The ,first attempt to to the Missouri line for Utah and New MM*
: appear, only to find refuge in that,which professes coerce any one of its members,will be the hand resentatire of our country brought disgrace and wUl.undoubtedly be carried oft'.b the theb consented to what they belieuk to"WJ*!

i,. to be,most free and enlightened. There writing on the wall, predicting the speedy and upon the American name, and even on humanity most deserving. UPt 1IIam. gus Meroit.f l'trt." dismemberment a glare State, fortitfB'

" I I! is not a European writer or statesman or the- certain fate of the Union It is not to be presumed itself. His plea that he acted under the instructions OKDIR or THE Loss STAR.-We hare receir- pose strengthening' 'free soil territory ttfl

ologist of-.n" established reputation>> that that great States, many equal in extent ,of Mr. Fillmore, "who proclaimedthe edSiiys the N..0. Delta,a of the Constitution also acquiesced in the abolition of the.iM
copy -
trade in the '
:;; would now renture .to.,proclaim the slavish to powerful kingdoms, and inhabited by increasing District Columbia taoagaisaj
'out of the of an'dhe and By-Laws of t Association .
prisoners the law .which
;' principles which'havs been arserted by republican millions of ,freemen jealous of their pale Southern men deemed it bntanenteriBXTeJlfto
leaders in the halls of a Congress of Republican rights,'brave high spirited, and energetic, can could do nothing for them, was the plea of the has direction recently of been .formed in Lafayette, under the' abolition slurery itself; and tii*."

; States. be held together except by a voluntary cohe abase tool of an worthy master, which will influential citizens some of of the most'spiriced and' all their other concessions,' were madefefJe!
that town. ;The following
i A thorough discussion of this ,doctrine of sion. -confederation may likened to the avail him nothing before the great tribunal of is the preamble to the.Constitution sake of peace.: And what did they gtlfcf

, : i push..obedience end non-resistance,on the i i great system of the ,universe, and it is only by the American. where he must Association : of the turn 1. .A law binding their brethrenjtMNorth \
[ part of equal members of,,a"confederation of the benign and gentle influence of attraction, people answer. to the simplest dutjofsn honest-t iR'

i States,would require more space than is proper that the bright stars of our constellaton can How humiliating,.that our gallant but unfortunate "We, whose names are annexed desirous of form- rnnce. of ,a plain(obligation of the const!"-
be kept in their orbits. Those who to should lug a society for the purpose of extending the Nothing more; :notbin ....
.. fore to occupy and more time ,than yon attempt countrymen be.indebted to the area liberty, and to elevate character esf than a 1**!,
bridle or spur them,'will in the'end fare like of man forcing the **
principle of
f cnsparsontblsoccaslonnordoldeeniltne. kindness and humanity the functionaries of kind do pledge ourselves to be honesty tie W
governed the
I1 t t cessary. The right resistance by force..asrespecta the 'rath fool who aspired' to direct the chariot a foreign Government for the assistance ,following Constitution and ByLaws." by der of fugitive slaves back to their nastsrifJ|

I States and communities,is only an ex- bf the sun. \ and This is excellent idea. other words the South, in the surrender,*
,1 t f tensien bf Individual right of self-defence, "I am, gentlemenyour- obedient' servant, consolation which was denied them by tberepresentatiro Star Clubs all orer the Uhibn Let_&as b'Lone their'rights' and 'title toT the new terri '*
which is law of : J. K. PAULDIKO. of Nuts.NIGKOM paid.the North in bf, !>
I a nature,antecedent and paramount '' I .their,,own .country! and yet, princely style.to'
, t t.o..u laws and all constitutions* which To F.:D.RicbardsonE.'Raymond, W.-UPer- est. 'The North. '
how heart ,must swell with accepted the bonus; '
J erery emotions of : HOT 1'
:; in Csis.-TJi
a 0 bnnran Committee & & Charleston e Bo-
0. South hare
cannot alienated or surrendered by the gratitude vhe8terDemocrt they fullfilled their ahafe ot'IJa
,.. .. ....adoption of any iystem-'of' ,social organisation? Carolina. !. towards the generous foreigners who ,expressing a belief that the ment-the simplest
h ....... I ..., :: s in Indiana intend .
'- ,, .tf ; Thlsuoctrine l is established beyond oontrorerey '. t, : D\bl1ltfPped forward at the call of humanity, to negroes Canada.the Toronto? emigrating! en masv'" hesion to oblgUoD'ot',..., ..
f by the'unanswered and nnswerable 'arguments Th. Wit it Charles It. to ,minister' to their necessities and console Colonist remarks- : Mr.Clay was right in declaring; hs .

Sidney and Locke, by the assent of [From the,'st ry of Ken Gwyo,'by Peter Canning- them,under.their misfortunes.: "We earnestly'trust that there is no such,ca to bare 'decJar that fbi whig partyoj
ham In the Gentlemen's for __ lamity store for n.. Already have '
- ,.all the great an dent ss well as modern authorities ; Magazine May. far North faitnless to cc
on the!law ef nature and nations;''and, if "The satirical, epitaph written upon King Mr. Fillmore's prods' nation, designating the greater number of negrpes in the province than 'of the late adjUtlnLi proceedlofs t.

such":were not the case,. is has always\ been, 'Charles at his own'requeil, by his witty farorite invaders of Cuba. "pirates.," wasp gross'perversion the good of our country requires; and we would late whig conventions in Ohio sad I

and always will boasted upon when the occasion the Earl Bochester, 'is said to be not rI language,and an act"of injustice towards suggest the propriety levying a poll tax ,on yrmnia are proof positively',against iso

arises, in opposition to all authorities. 'It, more serere th.n'lt is just:' ,.the Americans engaged .In. the enterprise all "bo' may'come to, us for the future. Such They :could not be brought to recognis*",

II true that none of the writers who'auertor Here lies our sovereign lord,theKlDt., whoiiyjnexcusabie ; a tax must, Sic present, be paid by emigrants duty obedience to tbiYugitiviSlari aieept

concede tberIgbt resistance... hare attemptedto Whose word no maarelles on j. ,; ,Mr.Webster,inis an-hiDIin this country_.from.all parts of the in SacbTaguegenalitlesaawess: a"

define the.precise line where resistance be- Who never said a foolish thing correspondence with the Britisb/Minister, ,Fox, British dominions, and we see no just reason tory to the conscience s of,the diioIpMiI'l

comes justifiable,because it. is not susceptible And never did a wise one. in relation ;, the'inTasion. :of Canada bj Americans why we should use the negroes better than our higherilaw. They"gave uptheiprin

definition.\ It is a matter feeling, and can How witty was the. reply ,'The matter,' he ,,under,.pmisel/similar''circumstances own countrymen. We abhor slavery, but pat. of honesty Abolition '.Tottf t %
neither analysed nor ddn & observed, 'was easily, accounted, for-his discourse riotlsm! induces alto,sol.lm against baring our State ; ue ,W
,, **Aji'-eaiaent American statesman,high in of was his:own,. his;actions were"his mm.bin's. prorea' conclusively that! the epithet of"/& /." country overrun by black, many of whom are C.entoD'or. Ne.Yor *

:fioe and a candidate for higher'.honors'whose ',;: *' ,,, :, lain BOway,applicable to the':conductors.of *?ft"lly depraved b? their,:pmioug mode of ; The C.GsrdeaValoa'&t Ji

: .'opinions I wish to treat. with all due,respect 'lihipoflt ueaswumarkableeld; be could i such expeditions.:: ;?.>,.,$!.President.'of.the life. y 4 0Dr. which o' universally' believed io b*
baa lately attempted to establish a broad distinotion cbnreyji rebuke in_the.style of a wit and a gentieman.inVheaP United States r.pIeathegdaded -.. -- comet up, like'BMOBO'S gbostlstjhjMI
;i 'between resolution,and secession tin nn OodJ before :him"with the .Gardiner, who/baa .become somewhat fa. ty. Start 14 Ik* Zr ,
British ;
t wksgs
by thab4he&
-,- ,ether words the right to resist, and the:right hlsat on'".the ing.put-off hi*.,"'Friend Minister, and' proclaims gal- mous for his, connection with, the Meximn onjht this committee

1 : ef retiring' of reach of the necessity of re- Charl..t P.DIWlal'':doit thOu not keep lint menwho volunteered ;for the liberation claims, returned from,England in"the Pacific tied, and forgotten. deoai dSlIrP I

' eorUnfftorefisianoe.., Hit position,if I rightly ; on thy hat T 0'*Tis the custom'.of this place,* ofeubaas. "j rcttIf this foolish.._we might and has given himself ,cp to the authorities at B1& w. I
I, comprehend him, is, that though people 01"I I replied: the monarch in.:.his,usual strain ofpissantr'thatnevaraboveonepr.onsboul4 say-:this) wicked prc,1snatIou,1i,4 been as i Washington., He has, given/security in $40,. i I-n'IDht ti"lo..;

II t State asy hart a right to resist by force in certain innocuous : 000-to appear-at. the".December Court in that ,,0 41n, ., 0. .
most .
:soch tktug $
1' contingencies,..they hart none to"retire be covered at a timer .* ; document are-If it'i city. & i U1o8f.ty

1 .pemoabty beyond the :veachof.Iujurjand op- '"He war; altogether)ia TOr'otuf.etDpore had' d ni-??, wwtfeal:;co qnencesor protTftJ Cammtttesdst.jIeaa .

y : prs.IeL-t west they' havana alternative; prtaehtog;;..cI.-UD..nUDI to listen to,the .heed ( w. 1f 1,'.ftmight;: Jtapassed'overiflIOfltelflPt.2uLtbIswIbel1sve Di'ruo>'Joncif'fiitiTheHoji.,8eth & taS'ft 1 lay,btfbre tU t
-: i eth.ys.t.1Ihe?peaceably.ttbaK'cT.&dblyresirt deHrery of a written sermon ,Patrick excused in i' '\ 'U .-. 1 'Bill, we of the Justices of the.s.pnme'Coa "D&&do11I.f

,for.tkty cannot gtt.o t'ef the::'''l. :It' bias e1t from ohapUIncyJfinding livery dif.ficuit be the not to few ; 41V1 few days Mao,at Buffalo! a.I Ii

.tt .&U&&H..1 ckaogej in tht political to get. sermon without hoot. ;.0. one'oofcation otterwe solemnly believe that this:pro.clamatioH'bf Fudge Sill returned froa:.BatatJa.,where, he I

i' ,nlatJoRt-el,. S<e.MUa aIt4.auea of tha Klag asked the famous Stillingfleet tht PzeItd'ilIs; the deat :wsr ',had been Jte.a ,.," "' 1ol4"'Sf i eat cwt'p I

''SIM. ,..*$;meoecsaray be'brought:aboet by ,'Bow4t WM that: her:al ways.read,his sermons ,nni, .,C'M"... ; .. ...... .' :;JrI'ii'.. "'H 1".: l Mtj-s Court, sllghtly.indlsposed, and ea Jh.4olUw.: $

vi.i.ind: .-centra ticBfThoit? who -before-*+ M him-?.: f,'when*v '.hj' *wa A ;Informed_ tbcl.. AIII- "I rIcsjei 1A ,Ua'-f ..." ,o_ i\.h. ," ;JDg. i".. 'l t.." ..- t"1&1.the ,.mJad7. aC
** "thick tetJ'\tID.tecf bit .
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fC"1.na ia t Gar ireoetrd..1pIMcia.JlC.q st1 Aaa4tt"ar nj.if ,ale C 'fT_ ; I ,.._ .l"LIf&7
p.I '1io p. 'cJ6e flit .i .J_ .tel tiRe
: Data1- _;. .tae_ _. t. oorkNJ Qnc.uSTa -- 'h'- \
sssia':bat I'buardt the"V ot II V'( t T > n < Jf a*er8ALt111IrALIN
-kvl 0i"pies,ted WM 07"He gcrromi" Tom tea.iileeeted:lontmaee ". e r: "',. ar1 o. I lttibea: DlWfi'

** .;Bert*heard of ID the Whig.Convenr. WILLIAM JOTIGBX,'l,ClaEft' pt ,THE" .:MOST. 'CdTAW.'AND: BAd BEMBDY.. -Ieei tap .v.eu. per"r,
tt to hen 1M'U'oat 8f....,., duct asa I eandidati for CosamJssioDer I for n .t 'I'O&THE'CUD 01'.r..U'h' '--". tripe fee tae aben.es.eaialt.thiaL4.toaehlag _
oZ.eJtr; of ? :' : d all the intermediate l adlegtt;end wB1 '
prisoners are disposed .tI
a'or} BoiDe-lt was seen to go to, comity.- '-septU (. MAST t VoTsma.. ea.Mz.EnITos .a. ;Clumia'_ .Iterl. ,- IdWkiiak -J J eontiinse naeteBy! to leave eves*Jfeaday. woes. }
tbd 1,1, ;nI tbe Iastcr'k.; The resolutions, : freffktenggemepibi -
std 'd.not"come up to the mark; andwesdsPtci 1I01tDe.1lr: ELIJAH SIQQDTBOTHAM,' at** stead vpon Us m seers,cndntab mpvffittf. or.were.'apry ev board or to,
III.Trfje j mistake It hey.-will nswcr l candidate for Commissioner of DUal Comity,by : "1 07IT HAS. NOT mc'lO;CURE>IN 'A .'FERNANDfiZ,- "gBZK A CO, Ageats.Jaek .; '

ot4l! IoI1.tor, which they ire :' sepUS -THxPzoruc.. ,BYfHEMAGNOlIABy ,fiDTGLB.INSTANqUstOrp onvffl A eF ,1831. 6si
:a. :harmony ai SJ pur- 'I ,
"' .r.
5S at ti'.lrpen" of Whig bonestjj-msy 0?.. Mm:EDITOR: You a requested; to:announce I ; JL HIS from Valuable several'preparation medicinal compounded Intbe Florida ..,.p'JIeat.,,: ..

iLMfrfead tcs m*outlay ebewherev ELIJAH BUTCH of Black'Creek,for reelection .the iteamer-.Magnolia,arrived yesterday 'Wilds of Florida. It ta roots growing ,1'n above w.!l bon,,fiOT-ftsltas.r

rSa'Democratic Convention has don*.but u Commissioner of Dual county afternoon 22 hours_from Savannah,we received Vegetable, and designed RUUaDdWllOL-I IA'I tad in the city of S A. s me They did girt the resolution of perfect order %fbT rent for.cae fits-era--
.btu Saf7 Committee a respect noll eptlS. .. MurrVoTxas.EnrroK Savannah papers of Thnrsdjiy; The follow cure of the above disease.' years,witt whhovt the furniture .4'

I t iiTaJea fcv ttkie It up and debating its ,expedi* l:7L :-Ton ire requested to announce lag Telegrarhie despatch Is from. the'Charleston Proprietor Medicine.is folly oonvineed Ia fact the that,test it', is that an Invaluable he- 'Je..It, 1851. tf ,A.H..COLE.''.. '

S *necessity ia a well-eontested,serious ALBERT'O..PHILIPS candidate for CWrin-.' \ ___ "
an but they laid It wader as a has given It in the town in which.he resides Ia Cira t,.dart:, .,
7 t jte discussion- Commissioner Dural the BAtratOKZ Sept 30 9 15 P.M. r- '
of County at
S aWeTWlaetis that between Seward, :ensuing ,. andtheajrsttfJltaj.YCcj/with which it has EASTERN CIRCUIT OPJTLO&IDA.IM .
,the tide and MarSlraaBuren election. septll In the New York :Cotton Market '"to-Oaj, met;warrants him fh saying that it ia a POSITIVE :,
. ?Ii'end Greeley. on one CURE.bar -' Ckamccry.MatfldaAnnWiUbrd .' -.; #.
therefore the
the other thousand bales changed hands. come ta '
and the Pence on Tuesday, a .
07" MJU:fiDiroft: Please.announce ELIAS G.J determination. to place:'it within the reach of ') t.'L
the State .
tila political adherent Uplands was worth:0 and Orleans '
type p-tUld tMhe the nnllifi- JAUDON; as a candidate for Commissioner of Du- I' Middling (, ell, knowing how many suffer: with this veil BILL ton&. ': .
agitators : Daniel WQfbrd.
.Yorklaao1d J
tltw the UDIontotit Tal County at the neat election.., GH. Co : unpleasant and often. dangerous Disease,particularly
rye conspirators against 1aw. 'lep13''I'I ; Thavsteamship City of Qtasgow has arrived in the>outhern and Western States TT to die tatisbetion cf nlbl
fanaticaof"tie higher 1 In the Def rdant, Daniel Wilton 1'1II&
tbing INDIAN beyeatrthe
purchasing LOXECUsT be
sea Oa'the Stale'ticket'of each' party there ate LETTERS OK THE CLIMATE SOILS, ANt at PbladeIphtaSut l bring) Do-liter.European particular and look my for 1D1..writtea limits of the State of Florida, 10 that the 4mB-

1 same rood 'men/ and true. The, Union PRODUCTIONS OF FLORIDA, Br B. M. i Intelligence. !. labeL signatureon nary process cannot be served open him:,

Committee understand, can muster .BTKHC, M. D. U. Aurr.. I "I refer the,public below to, stew certificates OB motion.' of.W.M.Ives,Eah. Solicitor. for Com.plamant. .
thousand votes In the State. If they can, Since the conclusion of the of these .
i publication ARRIVAL OF TEE CANADA AT HALIFAX selected from among many received from respectable It it Orient, That a hearing be 'had.oa the
JJv will do well to apply them with discnm- Valuable and interesting Letters in the Ness, we fiALTncoaic Sepf30. P. M. citizen of Jacksenvllle. eharged m the Complainant Sill at the December

Son: and In this war they may possibly, bare had numerous applications for copies,whichwe 'b'-aI'- EGBERT POINSETIV Term next of the
bothlei The British mall steamship Canada .
huckster of '
unprincipled en at Animator, in and for
.\.1 the the thettte. could not supply,and being desirous:to cITe,as P. S.,Planters should not,'be withoutVibe Is Provided That CImd'tomE
vindicate Integrity a of t
I II rived at Liverpoolirbleh
and H,1trs''ftm. port copy
,But we almost despair.. I wide circulation as possible to the information. they I valuable Medicine Evety.:,family, ought to' the law directs tor the spaee of three nusitks.THO. > ... .
20th r
contain we made arrangements to hare a-pamphlet she left on the September. keep it on hand.' *. .DOUGLAS, Jim le

The alit Swmsu edition of them published as speedily u possible .I The ordinary qualities of Cotton had :declined A.M.BEE D, principal Agent for Jackson A true copy: .

Catherine Hsyes1 personal appearance is de- This edition wQl'be ready for del\'e171u a tn eighth of penny- and"the middling depcriptions ville.Jacksonville August 16 1831. July Test,-1Z.S.;1851.ScaxsoKOCGB. Clerk., 3*. ,
.4 gibed as follows In the New York Mirror: few days at Twenty-fire Cents a copy. Clubs at a} wrrV a shad lower The sties of ,
ItI Whatever may be the musical talents of"La distance by enclosing one dollar will reeetre.by [ th* week sine* the writing ef the Afric on'the 'Notice to,_tte drwdt .Cwrt: .r'_

I 1(ilia *trinana glance at her person assures man five copies. Editors in this and other Static: 13th comprised.T7,000.bales, which speculators DUVAL\.COUNTY IN'CHANCERY
II she is woman of extraordinary geniHTHrrB win oblige us this notice oDe insertion, Directions for using Poinsett's Indian Lose -
atkd a by giving ,
{I jrire is rather above the medium, and will receive a of the work.5arnr took.1 1,000, and exporters 540. Fair Mobile caSt will be found on the inside of the wrapperon Archibald B. Cot; lat est.t. and 1

til'' and well "finished up," as the artists copy Was-quoted at 5J .1, and Orleans at 0<1. each bottle. Where there, is fever attend. .Francis Defendants Richard and John S.Sammis. > ,
.f \
,14.7, to the lines of beauty. Her hair ia ., Flour was unchanged and in fair request. ing the disease a purgative should .in every } .
.J.8rital. case be used before the Loxecust. Should TT apPearin< to the Court upon affidavit that
and of rich auburn color
1 jaberant,curling ; Corn had advanced 6d. Trade in Manchester J. Francis Richard one of the said DcftDda&tt.-'
there be a tendency tOiDft&m&dou'J' mod
it won Id be golden. She has .
ia the resides within the State
J.f ( Jarce.lOR, cerulean eye, a good natured PORT UF JACKSONVILLE, OCT. 4. 'was less active. Consols for money' were qno-. erately,and give the Loxecust smaller doses limits ef the Eastern Judicial Florida Circuit bvtwiifc6tttbe On mctiett .

J.it tasih, and smile as radiant as sunshine. In ted at G' J, and for account at 96t than tbe average dose. of McQueen McIa rush Solicitor for Cn .

air conversation she betrays a pleasant wit, The bullion the bank..of England has in* It it ordered, That the said. Francis cia .
The U.S. Mail Steamer St. bttheW's arrivesat
_biDed with the enthusiasm peculiar to her JACXSOKVIUUK, May 6th, 1831. appear and plead, answer or demur to said SHU.
She is just such a woman as must Jacksonville every Sunday, from Savannah creased. This is certify it is with much pleasure within two months from the ate of this Order of
to Tom Moore when he painted the and leaves every Tuesday morning.U. that I announce to the Public that have been said Bm will be taken u confessed sgainst him.
f.1 love tat ,
of Erin- .8. Mail Steamer .Wm.Gaston arrives etery effectually cured of the distressing complaint /** alas adored, That the,foregoing offers*
lor daughters Wednesday from Savannah and leaves BY THE WELAKA. called JDjrttx/erjr by the ,highly recommended published In one of the public gazettes in said circuit
/ "-And sang woman's car, once a week for two monusT ,
r Ha soul-frit, flame. every Friday morning remedy of Mr.E.Poinsett. I had resorted to ,TBOS. DOUGLAS, Judge
things but of no avail I.was induced to
many ;
M of "the Swan" Steamer Magnolia arrives from Savannah on
An the portraits of sadness represent sort of Friday and leaves Saturday evening. By the arrival_of the steam-packet Welaka, try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine L IsADoax V. GAI IE, Clerk'of1 the Cireelt
t t jet with an expression a this morning 24 hours from Savannah, we are and to my great satisfaction was completely. Court Daval County,Eastern drtuit Uf FbrissV'
.,piag-and-willoWJ look, u if she were listing Steamer Welaka arrives on Saturday from cured within a few days and hate not been do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a edrrtew
to the broken waitings of the Harp of Savannah, and leaves Sunday evening. pat In possession of the Savannah Next and troubled since with, that so much dreaded dis copy of the original order on Mela y dIee ,

Tarsi;but a more lively joyous sunny face we Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Lake Georgian of yesterday. ease. L v. .CStrk.

seldom leeD,while her spirits seems t* Munroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday. lam happy to say other immediate cures have August 23, 1851i

lie and overflow, in an animated sympathy TdtgrapJiAcl to the Saaeuatak Georgian. come under my own observation within a few
titk every thing that is bright, and good, and I add mite the State of Flaida Comtyrf __I
tnntifal around her. Take her. as Shakes- TaJctn fromke Recirdj of the Custom House New You;October 2nd. days. cheerfully my to already ,

r peace would say, for all id all, she Is a flush Catered. Cotton dll1-SOObnles sold. great amount of testimony with regard to your Probate C6., .
Valuable Medicine. I tt
am,respect f ally, I. .
\0 pattern or womanhood-body, mind and soul. Sept 20<-Sch Alvarado,Lancaster, New York. MARYLAND ELECTION. M.BEABN Jr. ATCILUlBEBS3f1LT31aT.1MJ. :
.' Itrvirmmanners will please the Americans; Brig Haider, Southack Savannah. Bowie. Walsh and Evans Whigs and Hamilton To E.Poinsett La tae Matter ef Estate ef Hair >z.-'ril'JI t
ivy ui antes the foreipn press overrato her vocal 24<--Sen Abuts Joy Joy,N York. Ii IUeIIJP"

1 pours she will make a sensation, and meet 30_Sloop Algerine. Gomez Savannah. and Hammond. Democrats elected to Con. JACKSONVILLE, E.F, August ,1831. ti.III' prott N:its Wizi. .

ritk a success second only to Jenny Lind. Oct. L-Brig T. Crosby, Atwood Charleston. gress. One whig district to, hear,from. Dear Sir This will inform yon that one UTJIEBE Robert ;Harrison; 'Estt, 'oftl*.
Creech N Y.
3.-Brig Leeds ,
MFd Henry bottle 'of your Medicine, called brotaa LoxzCTTST -, t'y above County and BtaU.has this day ftlsi

i ttuar GzoiGtaif Oma SAY A1I1IAtf. has permanently.cured.'two ,of my Decrees a Petition to jrove'and establish before me till
111'.J Eept. 20.-Sch Roanake,.Wood. New York October 3d, 4.o'clock,A..M. of a severe attack of Dysentery. I con Nuncupative Wffl of Mia Mary E.Sanderson W-
DIED, in this town, on Friday' 3d fast,r&A: CI5 23.-Brig Martha,York N Y. that eider it an excellent Mediane for this com* of the before named County sad State fliesMseit,
4.t1 lira, aged'16 mouths and 28 days, infant son of 25.-Brig Angola,Harris;N Y. Fitt-We stop our press to announce a plaipt t" and take great pleasure in recommending and I have appointed the first Monday .in z

Utonio A.and Tgoacia D. Canova. 29.-Sch Jacob Longfellow, Higgins N Y ire occurred this morning at 3 o'clock' origin it,to the'public. Respectfully ypnrs, next, at my' residence in aid eoaty.for .w t
,Ohm,Boston. evidence for the of
it La Villa Jacksonville the 3cI Brig Amethyst sting in the new two story tenement on Brdagh. J S.D.FEBIfANDllZ.. parpose estabtUing
4 near on Brig Tyrone Leland. N York. the \1ltta commence at 10 'el that Say:.
,: tausj Ercxcm Dim, son of Dr. Joseph & ton,near Barnard street,in the store occupied ToMr.BVPoinsetl.jACxdimtix. It it t&rtfon .0000000rMl oki ThatTaa

II: tat Mrs.Sarah R. Baker, aged 9 years. Thus hU ,Notice to p by Mr. Hi B. Box as a Hat Emporium. The ,May 3i, 1831. persons interested are hereby cited -
to be and before_me. at toe said time.aad,
It; u.atter a brief illness a lovely youth, foil of From Savannah,to' Pa1atkt, basement and iecond1jfcory' were occupied_by 'Dear Slr:I consider it to ben matter of duty place,fd drier appear that they and any and.aD et t,

bpi sad promise. Mr. Jas. Stratton as'. Gas-Fitting Establishment to inform yon that I have teen laboring rid may contest the same, if to them thin sem It. .
os Via Darin Bntxnrick St. Marys,Jatksottillt J. der a very violent attack of Diarrhoea,which ,Given under my hand and private seal (toms

C"I To the Voters of Duval l C+suntY. Black. Creek;,and ,PieoJata. We learn that the Are was caused. by, baffled the skill of two Physicians rendered [ s]bemg no seal of office,) the' day'.and yMr

Tn leav: Thursday 2nd October, at 4 accident. me unable to do any work. ,But fortunately first-above-. written- '* .J
fELLOW CITIZEn: I announce myself a can JAMES T. OTJEIL -
when adout to give up alt hope of ever obtaining ;
rS ate for Tax Assessor and Collector of Duval. o'clock, P. M. RAlLRdAb CONNECTION. relief I heard Of your INDIAN LOXE* Judge Court- of Probate Nassau county. -

, taaty,and respectfully solicit your suffrages. THE nfeir anti:feaperior fast The Georgia says':-We received from! .& CUST, and the nat of fire Bottles has entirely OrncK COU T or Pitons'-' .)"

Oct 4. OLIVER WOOD. &t steam packet MAGNOLIA P. the following restored me to health. I take much pleasure laiiau County. J
MCNELTT'muter win leave at B. Ouler, Esq on Wednesday evening Medicine all those
to recommend your to who
I, James T.O'N iiI Jodjce Court of Probate lot
4t T* the V.trs .7 Decal Cstf. above and continue to leave every TIII RSDAY. ; telegraphic despatch which should may be similarly am. Yours.&. the County of Nassau, do hereby certify the foregoing

ILLOY.CrnuI-M1 term of office as Returning at 8 o clock.will leave and Palatka leave Jacksonville every Saturday same morning evening have appeared In yesterday's paper! BENJAMIN DAVID.' to be a true ,copy from 'the mm 1tii u in the_ v

bid' =*of the Court of Probate of your county toiiea at 9 o'clock. ,MA cos, Oct. 1, S P. M. To : I'WDlett,EM.JACUO. above entitled cause. '
Witness, hard and seal tlisrif'.beingred
private ,
a you elected me two years since is drawings For freight or passage having splendid acrommodations The connection between the Central and ,June 27, 183i. seal of office, this 31st day of July.A.J. 1851.> '
state rooms Ac, apply on board or to Dear Sir: I am entirely relieved of rem* 'i
el'' s dose and you win soon again be sailed on to FERNANDEZ BISBEE& CO South-western Road was made to ay. Nine OTTSIL lu
I plaint thanks to you for your"INDIAN LOX ,Judge ef Probate *-
tan sa incumbent of that office, for the ensuing I Agents at i Jacksonville- or Central Railroad can laden with merchandise, EoosT,n it u tile best I have ever used for the August 9.' tied ,; .
M A. COHEN, Aeogt atSavannahiQ I
1 juri.I Freight parable by shippers.Oct. which left Savannah yesterday morning, passed disease, and I feel. happy in recommending to .
was before i candidate for your suffraI 4, 1851. tf over and reached Ogiethorpe at 4 P.3f. the public. Yours truly, I -Ci' t

,I pre you a pledge that if elected, would this GEORGE COULTEB. I fTHE Subscriber wishing to devote, hh attenJL -

alMf tee the 'duties'of that ot5ce to the best of my ENTKRPRIZG: HOUSE day.A To E.Pointett, Esq.JACXsoicmix. tlon-exslasivelyjfo'bis profession offers's

Ity.sad without "fear favor or affection;"- hostile meeting took.place by appointment ,.July$0, 1831.. for sale on aecomModatingersil,'his lands and

terl. hare kept that promise is for you to JLalte Monroe lat Florida. afternoon 27th ull at Vi: Dear Sir: I have tried your.very valuable lots adjoiningthetewn of Jacksonville witb ftlst
Saturday ,
sdtt Mp. Bat I hare ,had so many assurances of on Medicine for Diarrhoea and find it by far the theirimpto.ftDflIta. There ari on these IsasTsf .
THE Subscriber respect folly informs the S. CL 35 miles above Augusta, between two Chtlybeate which "
Spring yield
IftIt\&tioL that'I am induced again to present enna, the best and safest cute for"this dangerous disease strong
.public in general that this house will be JamesM.But ph8 Esq,and Thomas W.TbomuI that I have ever known or heard of. My copious depoeite of hydrated peroxMr of.IroK
IJIIIle1R as a candidate, and hope, should opened foY the reception of company by the 10th They are Jissir.ilated'itt: their medicinal'pro- _
bad suffered
little daughter aged
tit !fPcaoiee again ran upon me,from the familiarity day October,and intends to give the business bis Eq which resulted' in Mr. Smythe's receiving years, pen IPS 6 theBritchtofi an4 TU bridge spriniRofEnzIind -
and reduced to
tb'd,I hsv.,e04 aired iiith the business of that strict ed with personal the best attention.the country Beatable affords will and be'no furnish trouble at the third fire, a flesh. wound i through the toe and long 1 tried part was of,a Bottle'of,your a INDIAN and the B.!*on aM Beifvrd springr

*!yto b able render more complete satisfaes or expense will be sparea to"make all comfortable thlghc., LOXECUST and it has acted like A charm bftbls country.. Also'fl1tklof-the ronlssr

tksa I hare heretofore done.XZ'begirmlyreeoledtoknow. who may tail on hum; The patties used pistols at ten paces. the child is n'w Impi'oYlajaud may be seen by i cOmmon Water to' !.'fbnnd in this sectlosr orouatr''I'brirk""rd

no parties frbottid The mid and genial clhnaie of 66uth' I7otiapresents We take this mode of announcing to the nu. by those who dd not e .tL Be tla1h'l ; with'oD..ofHaJrapatlld
lie many advantages to the invalids in par. AiV.COLVlNifoE.P machines ready for operation-tbeonly one hi
lieeUd ffttr 1M election I. shall know nonek"f snit of health, and no part of Florida present a merons (friends of Mr. Smythe' at a distance. ,Esq. this viciqity, where the demand for beioksr ,

i bet offer myself to you, relying upon, J1J7.naeai10D1 more pleasant and agreeable retreat, than the borders that he reached',,home, by a boat ov Sunday .tNt aDd ru>idly increasing,-Also,a framecT ,

ssMitale alone and ax a pledge fork of Lake Monroe Persons fond of fishing and ,and is 'erDg.-,comparatively lit. BATO.I Isi.tib, St.John's Beach, ) kitchen, s fesn bunting, will have every opportunity Of enjoyingthemselves night, DO.wID .August.7, 1831.. ,J fitted
shan only,refer yo ta the pastyoer with Story d welling house; tor twvrrc roosswjrienrlv ;
the woods abound and nd
his wotf
x T7 respectfully, f.Dow
e.. ,ARTHUR 6INN, Proprietoi., .Very many friends haH c-illed to see hill' I 6'finy children were dangerously ill with the sites and garden Job.wltlJia'amileof ,.

11_ y.T 'GSTON. Oct.4, ,1S6L 6m who find bin ,cheerful' spirits. He"will Dysentery or Diarrbcep for .about .six weeks the Market house,unsurpassed By'any Ia'taisVvieinity.
_: probably fce out In a very few weeks.- .,lti I tried almost everything teat; generally used e. .

r > .QMTclen. ef DwrsJfw C..atr; THIS BADE \UPI Ceaititstioaalist -ltttstt' .1 for this di-ais; but all to no effect; A friend 'For.. furller partJcnlars, arplr to, .'..',

.r rnzzjsIofer s> a:eanfi-. .. wf mine.recommended me'to try your Medicine -. JpSJJsckionvnie ".'& '
S pnjCl"' 't'Jr called INDIAN" LOXECUST. 'I procured itacdam Sept..6; 1831.: {L"'AA
tile.the office of Sheriff Dnral County, at the JlAtUmtlc .1 I 8 I -We hs.rc.D51.froes an t :
'.11l01l K "J: EARLY Paflsr.- hippy to any that l%Bottlet of It eur.ed .
.: I chad semi experience InMiafiss 'q !tgwd ll! !..Plog1tSI9V1t1'Ok..l110N1h1 attentive correspondent the' following letter I nil three of my children_hcptnsj yOnr\sTaI P.lj ; .
tf tbeo office acting Depoty V If Jonebctme.Ishalldlseharge'my : *: nable Medicine may become generally known, Ar; iM

'ot14 official d.- .p o '- l3A LItdgIld8111SJOSD'AU03 dated- ., "Set.2f'' ro that all that maybe afSicted with ihb"did. 8'JX MONTHB aftll'de.i rrelttlltod:'
t5i.MATntai 1931. .jweooats and
to the W of ahiditiaa 1 '' ease have a certain and safe remedyi; voraohers,_IIIIIWtI111'
.and vas 1, : "l'DI'i i' 'rw t. to.'DFeyLb8'it J may
and ad
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fa .t_ th1 morning I was vsry,mucisurprised "'Yours truly, ore-...of Jobs 8faleF
?' A. V. ?# 1..i8' i ly,late of Alachna s M bratty liJ
LATIAE ooaty
to see_a..white frost.: I,dd not think J NBS :
.T."J C4otyJ ?as.i"a'l11w b Saq.o,i q 801espl Pilot St. Johns Bar. deed.! to', the:Ho.Judge,ef,Proheie>ohII s
Lush .
:!' + ., !uolsvsogy 'ACl8Ja.uftl 001 ft fcssmothnjared.- vegefaJ/on- ,certainly. Poinsett EsqJACXsosrrruv/ county, for*.I, ml ulllsiiinr i dst iM( _
'saaooaamyseMtoSayflo. : ; indicate e.rly killing fro.tsM< Itthe'blCtic. 'TOE. time,..shali said
MefDorat -= ; aac1'I.! ;Dh.1C"O.&"ai1ma"W apply to eotrt,J--.
Qi:& eovnty as si ca&dHaU: for. "the" ofiee, 'of' pn.'Jaqf'.1 oocrOI Heft is' ",t etinVd!'I(oe-fart..,Jmatrt 1 "r.tbe pres.ent J'mje.Qth. 1851.. 't discharge f>om the adminiitraGoB of sait U
I 91 ,t/d.,i :Circuit pUdg .000 Og Dear Sir J I have uses your Indian Loxeetftin tate., ..Ar'Ia & ar*.desired Is
a 1> I1Lt .a q aav8 . must be lessened to consider' .
Cotton a
lCif elected, &O&daarpJ dutlae to tie, : : crop my.fcraiily,and have found it a.very,valuable take 4ioe.i i I83CyV18TANDLY.L tIL RXB ..
-lIl1JaWi&I&1 -V ,= _. JfII", drPe.rC_ _arlsstis n... for ,Dfrrrhcea.-_ take, great pieasureIff ,
-- h .. ., .,r .__.. remedy _? ,. "$ ON J.STAII Mrttt'r
GARFIBBilia' --- reooaimeii-Hng It to the#byre.' :.5
a.1IiL L V. P.P ; NewnaMvlie.B.Flax April 3,1831 :'H
.RlifisE4iaittrattiiti ,Respectfully. .J.B. TO WNSBND.Egbert .

:.. are.. aitb eat>ZO1s to,arawaac*, Jtsjof *'GaU Ball3tSSJ fir MONTHS AFTERDATE,)I rein present Peinsett-Esq,, _' ,. '*eticeA ,,t&cter" t.W "f. -" ,

=:1 H. SJrUrK.-.a '1III1Iat'; ", annual election ,tar Directors, of SIX account as Administrator of th Estate of > i.ihmnju.a,t FlMy'1I, 18:11.I I LL PERSONS iaviJOL dewdoaEt "

aUJ>e liningtleettea.,. septll. 'T.d '*,Gulf Ril Read Company', John T. Breer. .-to.the,; ouorabt.the. Deaf Sir!:-This may certify to ye* that Had1 Estate of Rebeooa JL Readt kie of Haiti
." -. _: will beheld al the city of 8t gMtine/ at the cadge of Probates,for the County'of Doty i. and a new girt suffering under a severe attack '
.t-MLMiOI Pleoei aanoana.JOHS'lf. Court Boom In ,Ute,< rtHow".In i said city, _'.for abal setaetaenVand aBowaaee of the "and'that toe' cs."'of'one'bottle of sent them tai tie nders4gaed wilftsa (wdyeen.

..;?*oaadidale. for Otek,of.the Cir.K at twelve tfeloek; osi.MonAhe. .I3ta:day *f BAflge;and also.Jor.n etbargt: boa tme'admiaistrafiwrf -. preparxtioo. ealled ladiaa:Los1i+ from IUt.dit.- (,thk.notice ortkey wfflW

w_ _tl t1M -.mc,.tea t. c1L I petobernexJSSl.; 1 .. :ftO L&DRITH;,'AM'st.l : cnred.her, and l w F \ .t .t"'r rA..O, BUSOS, ; J. Jl" "f'iJ ,;, ."t as a very valuable'Medlclae."..4 and p Ttd d.'* : $,.
', *. Korrom:. 'Tea:are requssted U- t' : 'f JL '"PIJT1fAII; j '" .. ,' i ;. n. .r ,.' 1i '. Tofort trill;' JdSK idB ITLF:w f. '.'IIALCOX'JlcO.iBBAD ,_.&RBt'Z ,
1mUJI .die'.fcr .b. ,.(}Hp. L't'AIBBANKS i iI. i ,, .A w ._ r
: BOWBW.. 'at a"ca '.lit ; + ,:'si stL .
.. : t"SlXt KTCBCOASV; Fb4 Sly S i.+'
\ the. f. t ( .. C,1T : 1' : 't ''Sep&.13, latj' .
F for Biml at f'T '
County,' J. W t'I MONTHS: after' date;,I will iceeemt to 8i'This k to'...tlui two Bottles _, '. ; . -'. -.'
.: .1111l. TO- Hooorablt Frobaltf CoInmoU cf your Medicine eaDtcI INDIANLOXBCUST. ., .
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the Beiate Saortet RUton eevere DiarVho*.I ,
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; Extracts.from. Opinions_ of the Press. Messrs. Palmer A Snethen American and ForeIgn ATTORNEVN AT LAW,7ACEONVLLE, E. P., dian Wnr, sfnce 1790. S
; t :fWSIW_on rearaj SACRED SCENES AND*CHARACTERS-By Rev. Agency, City of, Washington will receive prompt. NOTARY PUBLIC. Terms modrrair. where. the'claim'it es t

- J. T. Hra(1ty-Thitwork may very properly be and. faithful attention. otherwise no charge-' 5", ,. b
4NThJIACHJNERY at Gai'ey'Ferry Du i PALMER &' SNET1IEN, COMMISSIONER,appointed ty'tlicf allotting States
S onsldcrcd a companion to the &itred J\Iou.H The Subscriber ar.n .
wI" ui t1.:111orida 'the' E gipe'ls''horse tam :," by the same author. Its object o illus- Office No. 5, Carroll Place Capitol hilL, .to take'Testimony iZAJfcdarijts faAcfaoitlrdgimeats : ..' tofCnioiubiafur appointed Agtnti tl.&a
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.5 'tr'lOlbeIi\ n er:3 'fe tstrbi; 1irid' ; trato and Vrendcr-more life-liko" the Sacred Writ. Sept 6, 1851. ., i tf f .to be used therein: 1' f

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" 4 -and ready for immediate use Bible j' but hiS wish is[to excite.a solicitude to ob- Masonry, BricbjBying, Plaster.mIIESUNDERSIGNED .5 : *, ;
: Li.has also a cpfn.D Uaitach J. Thc Engine ain, and become}ntimately acquainted'and per ing,"dec. ; tablishrfl in lS20.,indmx>womentrftrrilip rPd hJo IOUI
' : North Carolina
1 ridMicbiaery will be desired. fectly familiar with its history; doctrines,J and laws: takes this method of tmnraprr pf Ltrrf
soldseparate, if South. vCAnlica mr'th d I
,to know-its truth to imbibe its spirit; feel its pow. Georgia, Ala.S -
-J.i. For terms apply to me Palatka or to _J._ informing the public th t'he.i:5 ready; ; nfchildren.uiLoftdoo. e 2 r'Y
. TVi ; my er,'and partake of its salvation; in a word, to prize, p .ba na" Misaisaipi,5rexas., : ,, i
..;., "; agent. Jn&B. : ColeT.' < S> in Some measure, as it deserves.this treasure,which do Bricklaying, Masonry, Plastering, Stucco'Work July, 27 ISO.7' j 'iy q' S ..CAPIT".. '3oooooo.j.mS ; ; 1
i i. n;: 4OLE. i. indeed beyond price, We predict for it a circulation -. Sic"'&. He. willfurma.h plans and i : CiunmunTcnton"adctfessej iP'L suiscr_:

: i i Palatka Fla,Hay 10,181. it far beyond .of the author. former works. ,Iraw ogs. when desired by'persons for whom 5' 5 Washington.'D, ..,' Willeceivprrnnpt.tieiu! *
f.- j f j .5- -;TKe.Nttes", Jan. .. k.. -5 he is engaged to execute woiky without eithicharge. .< i};'Philip!:Frasei- &:tvI S ? .;- 3 ..M, 'THO F

"i; 5 '. Notice. 5 SAcRED SCENES AND CIURACT1R.s--'By RevJ. He is well known the citizens of ATTORNEcQ U1LbT.L4W, Attorney at:HLcncran, l Commissiover ef w d

x. S S 'llfadley author of falJ.'JSacrqt.Monti faitu," .Ji .k8onv1l; as a, .competent ,mechanicand. ., S 'JACKSONVILLE! Fuu D< slor-Nrtk and'South CSnr&if?
J sIctoiiTnS, after date, we the under- Ac.-This, wort:will add.greatly to the reputation' work he tIltS .performed already for citizens, ? P. S.->RHeriroen..4.ry;tniheHexi fftitjajnenu

S z on the Estate of. of the author.1 }Tn"literary merit"* it more than ,f the, placpj he ,refers to as an 'additional evilenee % j1LL ''attend 'any: professional' business ,ail-Mru.bes CongrtM geMraIJ1; jtVaiIiiiision

: MicajohJfyeen, late of, Oolumbia county, -dc.S -' equals his "Sacred Mountains. Mr: Headley excels of,his qunlifications. to him id the Courts of,the ..; \ City.jrCcyeipier.lWONewYork /. 04 :.** U
ceased'will present our accounts. and voochers. in his glowiogetyle and vivid descriptions. His Eastern works are a. rich treasury of all the Jr Casts and Moulds for orn'm ntn"plLS. d
S to the Honorable sublimity.of Tallaha&gce.oHe.has also ,
Judge .of Probate for said such S:1'fl
t bought, moving tenderness of passion and vigorous ering also furnished. JOHN 1VEUS.. an advantageous s jrN() & .91
county, to be discharged from the further administration strength' expression which are to be foundin :connection wit han able Lawyer at Wash r.J t

; of said Estate ; for which all per- all the languages bj.which mortals'declare their N.B.-To Planters he would say he has much ington City, ns will ensure, prompt and spee LN Or1 hs&ai

: persons-heir:1. legatees, orpersons interestedare minds.-.Set-Iaify GToht-Jan.5t1. Qxperiance in putting up Sugar Batteries, nod dy collection'of such claims as may be placed evv- -;?III

. F hereby-requested. to take notice.rsJ RAMBLES AND jSKETCliES' .Zy Rer.J. T.:IfezLlcy.'We qlicitSjWork in that line, confident- that be can i in his bands'against the'United States.Sept.Sth,1849. .- S. .- bile Express 1BV .. '

i i. : < JRHODA COKINTH, have not for a long time sat down to a give tbo'ampl s 'satisfaction.. Charges mcxlerite. -" iy : :

S tt,*ao 11. : WM. '.U. .ROUSSEAU) : ook with more pleasing anticipations; or found J.L.b :EVEItr tiI
S Iia *L : ". :Adzrinist rotor:. hose. ,anticipations more fully realized, than in the Jacksonville, May 31, 1851. lyAfEN"q1 ,:.1 tit D.I K 1 dii k'j T Ii': )
; S ::t.1JUle River, Aug. 16.1851.! 6m icrasal of:the"work' before us-and wo know it : .OFFICES. JL S ,

.. ; .L3e'0 .. : '. will be hailed with gratification by'the many admirers 5 5 ATTORNEY& COUNSELLOR ATLAJ' ", No. ::19. Wall Street, "New(1Y orti'if'St ,ii
of'thd talented author.- the' ,
S 'ffapoelan and OF .
I t' i A t'si i. -S.. Floats. ki$'lIIarlhallJ'VIUI'perhap as popular,'and found S Dr. S. S. rl.T 1II' 8 WILL.'practice mTEdsercral Courts oft o .,C bitt hUllesdIotelnQiJdi", ; Or .'
, J J mIlE XJNDERSiaNED, is the Agent "Hon. at'least as many enthusiastic:,readers ai any,book st9ra' /and' in the Counties Of *? ct 'is'Wobile'AgentlMfIS nouLL
i. r .JuT D. I*.TcttE offers for sale :. that can b& men loncd. .We thmk 'the',','Rambles CELEBRATED MEDICINES. Hillsborougb'anaBentonpf! ; the Southern*Cir" .
L I" t .'ftii-Thouscmd.'fite Hundred and Sketches:Vare destined i to'.,be"fIB popular ateasi'as' "I :Used by him mthdtftin'uuhta i;.in'the CUlt' of Florida. ErtT/'tzttentirm'p 10 tht l rrn
and'Fifiy ,' Notts .'
Drafts: ; *&
of Ws Tampa ,
'y; October
any, previously published works S 28th.1849. rfe
h '-fi-vM.- : ".1 S ; .-nov.17 $
cure of .
LAND : .
I :'". \ @ I : ["here is h axiull chapter in the work: filled as it'with - -5 >
.5- : : 14 fractions priD'SO) 160 i "&&infinite':variety." Tho author:has Coughs Catarrh : .
. -I \ or acres; to located on ample Consumption, '.j a ;Wm.FACTOR ..: ; TunnOj 1- : NOTICEM
fc&y' t the public; lands,in the State of Florida,sub- room and verge. enough for the employments of his Asthma Heart Diseases .. _
; Dyspepsia .J .tI
, "
bctto ntry at,the Land Office. fine talents to great advantage-and most succes- :cpiIssqivmdH2vr
r: hJe,70.Xr.1 f -* -"'JOSEPIIPINEGAN< ully.has he accomplished the task. The biograph.ical Goribrrhffia,* Piles; Female .- r JV.rlV Commercial c': l1 t E-- r :1pvpJ d: ,! 11tu.a
p. ;: W."fi' tttftndalltusnessjh
t *I Jek onvflle.'Jttne 28 1851 sketch of the author is ragent&.tth3i1ey ts
> ; tf interesting and "well J' .
; J. .'t r.,: ,. considered" and adds much to tho value of the S Complaints, & .','&c. Feb; 14.ly' c.h'e't !:si;c. die nme' tP4\mer\ !1lrit

: et book, wbich.'U'got Up in a very neat and attractive : ALSO ;: .- ,. T6 collect andreeeiyejtildebtiUuC t1 tiC.
S : \dipi1raIo'n .Noljce.S . style by the.publisher..-See Portland Transcript, tJ;. S. S. Fitch's Supporters; Shoulder Harmonic .InstitUte.4 .' Palmer- & Feni8b1&nr.rort i i

.., f Lt .ERS llis..lDterPsied-aie hereby,notified, Dec \bth. I orotherwiser Also foz-rDarius Ferris deCe .
:l. I TLjVt;x.l ntQ?(r9I1\h!date hereo/.shall : 'jr'e l cyis .:oipf the.most 5- promising writers Braces, Inhaling 7'ubesvid'Lec"* Corner b? St. Jniirn Street and Market' Square1 ;A\1 pergqns videmandasgainsL Fi

._,f cfll tny 'teijouat of my administration' of the ca bf'this'counlry, and we have here'one of his iurts on Consumption, and the"'art S 1'f,. SA.J"&NN.AI1.GA.F & Ferris or Darius }' decersed..,f3 '
tate T-n HaAeyacreeaaeda! ;; the Honorable i books 'whichT he can ? .' .
jest and1
I Hcme on safely resthis of preserving Life ZOGBAUM eent.the 4o
A CO. same 0. Holmes for
Judgo of Probate of Duval county and ask'for'a 'ame." It the iznfatigning charms of S Importers"and<'D t ers .TL pajneaairpcrs'onsinaebtea .
i' final settlement with the same pe- Health lto' Old Mge. S in Musiq afid MUSICAL Palmer& Ferris
;and discharge from fc t1f1imphcitY' :truth.', There; is a graceful INSTRUMENTS. : of ,
- i myrfeatiftistrati0n thereof.SUSANNAH I 'ran knees pervading the.:composition, which engages #c.,*#c. ur' at ) every description, wholesale and retail. Tins Ferrisore requested K>call..*o.J ,

I, .Ai r HARTLEY.- -- ..Adm'x.t1s5151. the-interest oC.the1'e.adct in* tho ,author'as I have been appOinted Agent'for the sale of NewtYork Complete Bands furnished, and Dealers !uppIiedj! t t9 ,! : mSa.kRe.p4ym! -WI&J:4
.. .
S '' -: veil as in,the ;"subject ,His rambles about Roni.c bo above Goods, and will:keep th constant- S prices.;J. ,H.- v ,. 'J I ,S:S ; ". If .. rarEBRSl: i

CLOTHING P&risrar4 London,.,exhibited a thousand .lively lyon hand at Drug in tIi. n McIiORYj, .Jr.* /.. < '- ;, .: rd.'t'' 'D.F''i idl' I
NEW my Town -
store f ff* ,
STORE. ir 1u. atfiingenious nature;upon which a'man of ; : 'o( -T > Agent Jacksonville j 'S > l.

SS I -"h..o .& bt taste Wiy delight. linger. Wer dict for 'this a Tampa, Tampa Bay Fla. : j S '. '- ., :.. ., : 'or.aCA' 1.---OnTI'111 .'aU"VvIlyL.PALMEM-- .- Iftt l.

. ; ,;.AtiJ 1 X mD ,.S'IORB 'CJB rBa.treet.1 tale iwjual to that of any. :ofVlW ntl or"i works.- _: .5. -5.. D.L.D.ROGEfls. Bounty/Xand' :"&".General-'Acfinn- W ; 'S .: L };-iJ L S.A.f v. .i'i. .'*.. < -.
t :0z3edoOr Et9iX.P1flnegan's,5au4 .: : Su NfteZYorkiNeiei. <" Ji.:1. 7 "N- 07'.t.1. -
resPee i I ,Boars I, Bears "'4 !A < tF f
: Bears ;
afli4Yite1Po ;9r., 1Je. and the Thecoljectipnis One which no author need be I S. Ilk;) JOSEPH -S
1 1 S auto ding eoflAly to C9tnead see Or :t emi ashamed. It consists,'indeed, of some of Mr. Head- I I, WILL purch s.e l .the B *RS' .OIL and 1.'.WAKEB/lf rft& lthTflSAF .

- 'ae1vts7Yotil! lUvely r.our ioods i tbi ley'.most1 brilliant* ., high-finished compositions ;GREASE. that'the Citizens of Florida Villship Prompt and efficient-attention' \tothe, BOUKTVI' S DATE,

1 ieatore'e1ibiDthaneIeryeu did m'.J.cbo;.5S -.of these specimens of his abilities by "bicb'he to me n..SaT ull h.: will pa/for tEe OH LANcLiflssofoffiesd! solq ers engaged In Hon. ,

jr.r'MODE.. < ;, mayjbejudged with the greatest safety to his fame Gne Doll T1 a Gallon, the Oiidse'Fihy'Cens< a theIat4ForjdgJvarorejtber or the I1Idis" Judgejjf 'cobteJ'orac9lumbIsQrid
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