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 11, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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success s new,reTelation though people like the infatuated Pharoah i, will grow which absolutism J.to'intImate and e tena Iii ..
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u|erred in, andertagifhhout .to prescribe for,a it might.be made by, miraculous. obstinate under j I Austria and Italy :who iw'ould'' ; Of the 10,000 passengers who
thYcanst ,re-appear more plagues, and still persistin ; Hungary, join arrived here since the las* night,for,example ;
io understanding. ,of it. ante of Hoses and Abraham, of Paul and Phile- injustice, oppression and outrage. Should with England: is pinioned by.Austria'; Turkey It is ascertained thai upwards of '7,000 were .
that the fanaticism of the sbolitionto and free in disposition, is'kepi poor by Russian'in from,
posing mon Onesimns, testifying'the compatibie- such be the casVit,Will be idle--it will be' insulting timidation.' The Ireland j :The sane ,relative propoartiaalwe ,
from consciences : emancipation of Europe'wo'aId think, will be bond to.hold the
taking an
at regards
proceeds ness or slavery with the eternal will of GOD. '
mockery in them to declare that they be the first step.towards extending the alliances
immigration from foreign coultries to.this :
t j n ontqt view of the natural rights of.tn ne- Doubtless there are indiridnals, 'many tf the do not mean to deprive us of our servants, but of, commerce over the'whole fiejd.! .Imagine throughout the year;_ Famine and.disease port WK,

-1 ,sad magnifying the ills'of' servitude. ,' Dr. pretest fenerati**, who do 'conscientiously only to prevent us from taking'those servantsto he.trade of a Russia set free 1 The same process .donbtedly do their part. in; helping to th&ojr,

. proposes to remove the disease by enlighten- cherish such belief; and It would be surprising land which,they have set apart for them- nies.would open the trade Europe to the colo ,the population,'but the'great leak is seen in the" .
Canning talked of "calling a new world -
constant nuh,to the United States. 2fc .
1? jrj tie minds of the patients.jfc if there were not such, since it has been selves and their descendants. Should such be into existence" when he recognized the SouthAmerican Express. "TV

.Brown, who "knows the patients constantly and sedulously inculcated from the the case the once glorious Union will be dissolved States;' but this crusade would call. :/ ..iTh

1ib.1,"says they have conscience,but bench, the,bar, the pulpit, the school-hon se, ; the South will maintain her institutions the old,world into-existence for the'new. Great English Essayist ad HkUrla, ..

fftfrtnpTvKiple-1 Hew not only analyzed the until'it has become in certain Need.we dwell on the& l.ad1'antAgar Mr.flesh the'London correspondent of thw
nursery, and. with them thesurest foundation of ho movement? Every Stale engaged would '- ... ';

ill disease as the present generation of Y demo- quarters store /s /dogma M rtttgit than the civilized society. But what will be the con feel them,Nap1es.Bomei14i1i.and Baden,can' Inverness,_ (Scotland) Coarler'aaya., *.**.- *

lacs akibiit bat has trace if back to a herediUrytaitt DiTucmrCHIST.. dition of the North, it is for her"cool-headed' I tell what are the the hideous cruelties=the oppressions "There Is common* pedestrian of LondWstreets' :

in a people who, professing to of fantastical taxation; taa inquisitorial ,well known'all Wtb'are acquainted
But we are inclined to believe that the abo- businessmen," and for her sages and,true phi- i of official ,
tyranny an priesthood, the imprisonments with their +ilities.Hs: is a short stout.
. of religions liberty the
be pioneers new litionista who are such upon perverted principles anthropists-if she has any such-to consider the flogging men.and women, the stud ,-energetic Reline .a.. trig fOund.

- world sealed the sincerity of their profession of faith and of ethicsconstitute, as yet ; as it is for them to avert the catastropheby subjection of women and children to the brutalities ,face, and large staring and Tern bright hazel

JJI with the tears and blood of the persecuted. It but small portion of the great mass who hare the timely interposition of wiser,counsels of licentious alien soldiery,and not less eyes His. hair is cut short; and his hat flung.

UI phuiAiwseU.righteoumus. licentious native gendarmerie- now back on the crown of. his head., _His t tiefirm'snd ,
proceeds from a been and are still waging war against the in ban those which now eway. a deluded People:
daily inflicted the Alliance
by throughout so '
decided with a little touch of os-
*t offiriousness that makes "eve pomp
+ aDd censorious stitntion of negro slaVery. There are other B. much of Europe as it already possesses. And ity. He is ever proTided with:an umbrella

hers4 t ry ODe mind every one's business but his own," kinds of madness besides religious frenzy, th* frontier of the region possessed by that bad which he swings and flourishes, and batters on

Oat begins by impertinent intrusion into the which,4nasmuch as they hare no connectionwith l1f ttIlaurouI. power is daily spreading. Of course, Italians, the pavement with mighty thumps. .He seems.

. rir&U affairs of individuals, and ends in a da- that subtle principle called conscience, Austriens.' Germans, Hungarians, Bohemians generally absorbed exciting and impulsive: .
- intervention in domestic relations and [From tk London Leader, Stpt. 1&&,] would be glad to escape from the shocking thought,'the traces of which he takes no painsto
rizz are not altogether so desperate, though The Star-Spangled Banner Raised in Ewope. bralL Western Europe would be well pleaSedto conceal. His face'werts his tips'moYe and .

! jptitations of independent nations often very inTcterate.. There is the madnessof One would be certain to victory ; see the onward march of that system checked. nutter;his eyes gleam and flash. Squat as, is-
course secure
111 Jlr. Brownson denounces with just severity ambition, of which Beelzebub is the archetype for the Peoples of Europe against the Crowned France would be more tranquil if the popular his figure, and not particularly fine the fea-?
habit of -his countrymen of meddling in party were endowed;as it would be, witha tares. there is an unmistakable air mental .
till and there is a madness of aless daring but Conspiracy of Austria and her allies; we decided A of -
preponderance. period political
\ tie private affairs and watching and censor indicated that course last week, but let us now powerand energy, approaching grandeur,* ;
is the
baser kind,of which Mammon representative action,of hope,and of commercial dilligence about the man He is evidently under the Influence *

'I rag the conduct of their neighbors. "Whoev head. These hare had, and still hare, point\V ith out Anstrianism its advantages rather more unresisted specially. would be beneficial to us in England, sociallyas of the strong excitement::fiery.
advancing to
er,*says he, "knows what our society was unto much to answer for: as agents in producing the conquest of Europe, with England acquies- well as commercially and politically; thought; People gaze curiously at him,'and t
strict Puritan knows well We foresee two objections to the suggestionof to stare when he has passed. But he heedsto
. the regimen, founda- that inhuman atop
that commotion which threatens the cing if not aiding conquest, we the Alliance headed the United
Peoples by
st lor fatal to virtue is the system" (A system haTe counselled the Peoples Europe to seek no one-seems,indeed, to hare utterly forgotten ,
tion of civilized society at the North. Am States-the English Economists will object on that he is not alone in his privacy,and

4 censorious espionage.) He goes on to depict bitious politicians there and covetous capitalists a leader iu the natural head of the Democracyof the score that war always entails expense; the pushes on,unwitting of the many'who star
the World the of America.It
the evil effects of such a system in private finding in the conservative principlesof would be quite great possible to place at the Americans on the score that Washington and and smile, or of the few who step respectfully:

the of non-intervention Jefferson bequeathed the precept of non.inter- aside and look with curiosity and regard upon:
ifc and duty
) urges the slave-holding States insuperable obstacles head of revolutionary forces an American vention. Those two great men lived before the 'Macao.O: .
Thomas ft
i: individuals as a principle essential to General bearing the tar-pnngled banner of Babington J1
tang to the unconstitutional aggrandizement Holy Alliance. They had not read in the however, the historian and poet gives still freer

ii loail puce. And he says: "The same prin- of the North at the expense of the South, determined the Union; it would be the quite Government possible, in due the Times hint that,if Americans avenged Amer- rent to'the mental impulses which appear tube

to nations, for nations in* course, to engage even ican blood in Cuba, there might be a combined within him.
. pl applies are only to check the growth of a political influence American Republic in the same service and to continually working A.friend of
demand for from the maritime
Jmdtals to each other. As long r.s they regain explanations mine lately recognised him dining the coffee
adverse to their selfish schemes. The dictate from Washington the terms for the cap- states of Europe. And Washington was too room of.the Trafalgar Hotel at Greenwich
r IInJ gmrsiyt", disposed to live in peace ala itulation Vienna and St.Petersburg. Jefferson too keen statesmannot
destruction of the institution of Southern good a General a fashionable white-bait house,which,it appears,
i.; with their neighbors, and to fulfil the obligations has never been their aim; for whilst the Foremost among the political advantages of to perceive how pawerfnl a diversion it he frequently patronizes. He was alone,as he
would override
very such a plan be its tendency to
of goad neighborhood, they must be left to effect would be if European Governments meddledin generally'f. and the attention"tf.,more than
politicians knew that was necessary the jealousies and reciprocal distrusts which
the of Florida to raise in the
waters Europe
the attracted his
one of was by
k ttitind on their own responsibility, and each and other might still be source weakness to the Fed- company peculiar
the manufacturers
their the of those Governments
purpose, prior question as to right muttering fidgettiness and by the mute
ti be under God, in managing its rich eration of Peoples. In almost every country to at and of' their
supreme monopolists, who indirectly grow on speak on behalf own gestures with which he ever and anon illustrated
; the : is divided certain internal .
eve internal affairs." been national-party upon States. If they meddle in Cuba, it might be his mental dreamings. All at once -ifc
j1 thf.products of slave labor, ever, sensible and ulterior questions although Germany '
possible to cannexn to the Federation not
only .
hate been towards the climax of the
Sow these are several vif wn : ihc 'atiyhties impair must :
o would almost
it r > tint the subversion of slavery is becoming Democratic, there are Cuba but Spain itself; and not only Spain.- prose or Terse which he..w.nklq.p in hi*

and obligations of iDdlrliu.wl; ofStitesand it not destroy, the means by-which they still Constitutionalists among its public men ; Let the maritime states look to it; the star- mind-Mr.Macaulay seized s.maaBiTe: decanter
and Re-
w a departar from; them i is. Fa 9i \Ir.Irownson srain their wfaltb" Bat both of these classe8 pnblicanl.: eprangled banner in Europe will have tttmtd held it a moment suspended in the'air and

argues, the immediate came of tbo-ei the driving the South from their position. then dashed it down upon the table with seek
hiv: for purpose France there is no majority, thoughone Nor need economists be
i I. ietrt bnrningi and sectional nitnoeities?! itinn. countenanced the conduct of the might be created by the mere fact of proclaiming alarmed. No English taxes will be needed hearty about in good fragments will that,while the the solid numerous crystal parr flew

M the integrity of the Union and the become a crusade against Absolutism, on nnlese asked'to the Peoples
put litioistt, until the latter have they are fight against tie*dining round instinctively started ups
existence in America of civilized society. And too nnmTtms and hold to be easily restrained.The grounds sufficiently broad. The first great ;-and then they. can be refused by the stared at the curious isonoclast Not whit
to the national independenceof
objects secure are, Faithful Commons. The Federation of Peoples -
t mYell convinced is he that such will be the politicians and the money-kings have now each nation and the freedom of each Pe>, will atone put out;however, Mr.Uac ula,,who was well
fight great advantage against known to the waiters' called loudly for.; his '
Ji malts of the fanaticism of the North, should accomplished their object. By the "compro- p1e; leaving internal and ulterior questions tobe the; 'Holy Alliance Austria especially. >The bill to be made out at the bar,and then pullingy :

ea it continue unrestrained; and, so fearful that mise"measures they have succeeded in restrict settled by each People when it shall be free, despots fight with mercenary armies, and Austria with'a'couple of jerks,his hat and his u inbre& _.
and relieved from alien control.' We
to act
: a a short time it will be too powerful to be restrained ing slavery to its present authorized limits and have no, fear that,the Democratic party of Europe -; has of Peoples a bankrupt will fignt exchequer.with patriotic The Federation forces his from head the stand and strode, clapped out the one carelessly the other oa"

. unless the conservative South shall aid !. of course hate secured the ascendancy of will be unable to subdue the jealousiesand and will know how to render the war self-snp- flourishing

t tie helpless minority who are sound in the Northern political power; and now they would unite in action against the common enemy; xnrting. Yes the victories Governments cost The British la Isrfla.

,ka Free States that he earnestly calls on us not to fain cheek the mad career of their more honestcoororkers but no one can be blind to be the fact that to each national debts; but this victory of the Peoples Something like another project for the acquisition
section of that might indisposed accept
party shall the means of redeeming national
L inert them. -The to "sow the of territory for the British is on hand
, South must not now. ; but having helped the lead of any other section,lest itahuold debts. The Two-beaked Eagle governs], 'India.[ They do not call it annexation .:

h aye he,"desert the North wind, they must reap the whirlwind j" such appear, ipso facto, to give up its own defensive to devour; but it is*'craven,bird, accustomed that is peculiarly an American appetite They ':

Well; the S"uthill not desert the North, are atleast,the, fears of Mr.Brownson who, rinciple. Such mistrust would not apply toan tyranize, not unaccustomed to defeat; the are only going to war with One of:the Satire
lib latter dissolution American leader; territorially remote not Slack' Eagle is a bat among the kings; the Princes for certain of deb and other '
s: will show that she is willingly tow after deprecating in eloquent terms a of arrearages .
in the sectional questions Furope'aooy
implicated Great Bear of the North is harmless where he
to take
of 'and
to fan justice to the foimer.Many of the Union, which trust result from a all suspicion on the score'of sincerity in cannot hug 'the Lion ef England 'slumbers causes complaint, they expect
; indemnification with the costs of war in terri-
el Southern men have long anticipated, continuance of Northern aggression;.and after the vindication of liberty, the Republio'wonldbe like a lap dog fall of feasting;,the Bald-headed tory. The latest, accounts from India,state that

it zrf disunion to the specially fitted out to take, the lead in the : of the West fresh rom the wilds, har- ."
tome have even foretold, and wvnei the depicting the baleful effects of Eagle the Government at'Calcutta has definitely resolved -
struggle for national independence,and popular I danlened to the eltment&'bold in flight, sharing -, ,
f Berth,that the destruction of civilized society North, concludes: "These considerations can freedom without prejudging the external to march an army into the Deccan,:ant '
the fortune of stars/-is tmconquered; exact satisfaction from the Nizam :,i. *
; Tmlibethe fruit of abolitionism unless .a have no weight; with the fanatics, but they question of any nation. We believe that,the untamed,uns&ted;he casts his eye on Europe "Deccan"signifies south;and during th.'ea-j;- :

:t ti&ely' and vigorous war were waged against it should haTe weight with our cool-headed busi- mere hoisting of the star-sprangled banner on and the Atlantic shall not arrest his swoop. stence of Mogul Empire;the southern portion
the field would call forth the vast body r
tJ .to Hi extirpation; and the signs of the times ness men. and with all that portion of our population of the People Europe of Europe-a rising of the People The Sierra Madre ,Bevolntloiu-Mere Aanexa- was goTerned by a '' Dm,' which signifies

rtr ailttte that the crisis is near at band. And that haTe not yet entirely lost their from the Rhine to the Danube, from the ti... i "administrator.0? When the Mogul Empire was

_j m
If 7 which this awful catastrophe may be aIf doubt of it. "Cod-headed business men" tyrann : : been rendered memorable in American history :British undertook to absorb India.--' The Nizam
the United States the advantages victories off American under,the ,
Even to political bi the arms '
fmei 'an of the Dritiah and after si
in Boston and Lowell already, in the diminu- would be, considerable. The;unemployed brave and lamented General Taylor. It seems I became ally ; season .
realations between assumed
1 _The cue is certainly a bad one-in some oft tion of their sales to Southern merchants haTe energies which are beginning.to raise that the old hero and his soldiers planted in i I form among. the them British and their
lh Stites that severance: of troublesome questions! at home,would find a glorious the soil'of that portion llexico the,goodseeds
; we fear a desperate one; for Mr.Brmaoa a foretaste of the blessings :allies in India.The British -furnished the

k tells u', and we have other evidence the Union would bring' toTthetn. And cool- field. and Action beneficial of that vent kind in might that more help,the distant Re searing that fruit.have How grown far up.the to revolution be strong extends plants :I troops garrison and defend the States,and the
found undertook to find it
oeDfact,that the abolition free-soilnua- politicians too,' in the,same latitude begin ,time and with time be matter of conjectures State moner'or ,
or beaded publicans to gain power can only, at present, a as subsidies for. the British ,Sate'of"these

: ?5>saor governs the States of, Massachusetts, to dread the chaos that is foreshadowed'- by for the deliberate settlement gf that social If successful, in the outset American interests debts,the Nizam already.commuted cessions .

&if ..fefotont. and Ohio; and is almost triumphant Tree-soliism and anti.rentism,by socialism. andsgrarianism question ousl It which would presses enable upon them them to force most danger-back to and American limits.arms Commerce will push is it avaricious to the farthestpossible ,.and ,of territory, and yet. he is largely",itndismoreoverdiscontented ,arrears, k

4a it New and is and the thousand other urns that 'With the proprietorship
and New York
Hampshire ; European ground that class of disputes which when it has an opportunity, unscrupulous and
L. K_ erfnl even in Pennsylvania are exhaled from the pestiferous sloughs of English Abolitionists, aided bymanceuvoring The mere removal of the Customhouses on the neighborhood theBritUh;flehasno
hostile tribe with whom to keep war;sad
: Sow these six States contain nine Millions old and new England. And in their extremitythey I English diplomatists, now make.them discuss Rio Grande"will not'ratilfT.it.; n-.i1l'wu&' does not like UP'pay for keeping up the troops '?'
; American ground alone. area of its trade extended pandas Duran50 -
p Ifll. twenty millions of free persons in the would fain avail themselTesof the conser- so ,inconveniently on; the with which to enable a strange pqwerlo,Veep '
intert.ntion-the in with its and silver mines borders on '
is gold
Besides not European ,
Is not the case, then,a bad one t.But. tire power and influence of the South-the terventions of.E pe n.Gbetween, Coahuila; ; irwill probably be brought into the him in tsar subjection., end He had his ownSsate, :

.these Ain condi- the insulted South! and the Spaniards; 'at' last be. YI1ex'of the revolution; ,Lower California troops pay ,. foreigntrpops"td'payto
f'd. which are already a wronged, the. plundered, the Americans present keep the State ,troops in'order,ouxdiasJUltd
ton almost others in which the to gain come imminent in Cuba? :: may made to fulfil the destiny which has with tax ratherei3,and.
s hopeless,there are Now then fs the time for South bis country, < mercenaries
of certain political problems for her and then '
The.workinl'out been planned ,
&k drained
I h State and
*disorder has taken root. without violence and bloodshed. be of vast serviceto of the'Rio ,:who. re pillaged.the :
.i her rights on the Continent would between the Independent Republic the and 1tten the British debt seme P,

d Waat hope is there-then, and by what randy The South is in no danger of any of the urn the English people; and not less so"to the Grande Valley, the Gulf of California, and,the 850,000 treasury,or,over flit u11 ons of dollars,inarreasv -
colonies. One of-the first'advantages Pacific-will be a desideratum '
ib at the.N rth.Herlustitutlol1l English
Oat civilized
the disease may b.ex rpt.t 1 We that threaten society its faculties must be c ThepayofhUbwntrcibpsisalsoin Rr-
would have the revolution pnsh
would be. that England To &this :
w cool heads"of that he cannot dismiss them itliewouldHs
Wwrt thm. is one remedy; ,but at the same as some of the"" of apeech and action unlocked from the present ed beyond the Sierra .Madre,.and Chihuahua, rear annual,so shows deficiency'of.f3g0-

.tiae,.we, entertain but, little, hope; because the North-already admit, and spa:many others ,nightmare of,doubt and apathy;* audit would Sonora and ,Sinols,be lopped of from I Iexica .000,far about budget a million and a.half of,dolUrjUfHow. -

?****KlrtMiT that the reined,'win not undoubtedly know, are towers of strength inpregnable > not long suffer.Government n ,to abstain'from At any rate, the present,revolution appears io .the British expect to get paid,by inarching .
V I that wild radicalism taking its proper piace'bl the side of"the Republic be the beginning of* great end, ,and.thatjlheextention is ,
e of
resorted to in to the attacks an armyJnto territory, not yery jmdent .
time to;;'nave: the/Union/ with France at the Jsead'of..thesAnli- ; at.jtto distant;day,{of the, United
seize and the !
unless mean to .keep itfor
ft it nuy,be in time to'preserve&kites which: pervades, under :various aspects Despotic. moTement.;, States down to the.Central,American:States, they Unless,there.is a
satisfaction other claims.,
; on;! and dvUlzed society' at thee the,whole texture and frame-work, of)Northernsociety. But the commercial and economical..advantogeaof when we shall become very close neighbors lo surender once we.may;. look! lbr.another-.In-

: .''Consequently, 'aho id the moral pestilence l thegreat movement would not be'less John Bull's interesting family MOSqUIto In- ,dian ending,toanotherJannexatic.nto.BriU
'in New striking than the political. ?';these,'for iani ",.As'we observe that gone of our late.an J :war. '
desolatinVfary: ish India--not from any.deaire'fif conquest/
. .1\ remedy, is in the States burst out with; touch briefly object to the \
slave ;ebntemporaries
holding a the the present, we must necessarily ; ti-reTolutionary but in .order to obtain fiDd 7-gr:
course, ,
f ,Odin themalone. Let them unite 'or even a England, snd other, \Northern- regions : but we beseech the reader to thine' out the considerations forcible removal of the Mexican Customhouses the past and security for tbs ff&Cll -
r. South in.self-defence, .would_ ,:isre_ ;nothing ,which,we indicate! Par the'Americans 'op'th'e Rio Grande;rte infer that there'will beno'procUmations : .
: 1 yoftiem in calmly but firmly _Insisting the pickings issued JIIxt. g ,L.'.;. .&"._4 114I ro:".,1
I. '! moreao do than _resort,,to, amputation; ,she 'we need not enlarge upon against Filibustering .. .
tte restoration of their: just.-and equal which zee to be enjoyed in the conquered treasures expeditions against Mexco.-=N Y'S>tuu. ' -:11.. -' -' -.1.1"
t : could-cut off;at once the offending members, rr 1' .. ; ; "%1 ,_ _'bitattnoNiwsrusss.-TheGeneral .pott.a
: aD'MppraaioDor'&he,; abolition and the captured palaces olmperial.1uXJ.1i. has decided that it aofnewepapeni J&wfU1 rot p1b1illJtn
without pang saTO that which herlcompnsrionatefympalhy far more solid and general The Irish Couoa. : : ttr "
but we mean othmt' draws m
retaain- n 'OI'
/ss the vine pta *** for .their the The rdetaila of the '..Irish census which now, '
suffer.Ing of .
might feel forhmnan For example, the shipping, : adTertaement-for:the cJ1 t .
advantages. *n porpoee.
,Ii :the Union and' that nion, wHL>e. to make theirappearanceJDU1e: English J. "T. .J .
begin r
; 't'erribIe tale'of old and once faithful United States, which' seeks an unpleaJ&nt'6ndhuardou tention to I. .. ."
!! ,S1Soathtra.sla. ", ,will. be:preserred f. for,the ,-- employment in the slrrs trade;might papers/are in.many instances sppallingly.sig- r j 4k. 44

"7.114$ ciri1bed..0Iid1.d- the North- where it,Is ,' iites4-- -.* ., .." p'y'. find more congenial and not less profitable em nifieant. great decrease in the population: .Bnrl' 1' lixnici't3runirxrs:-=x.adebf of
; wasuken
: : : rapidlrj8 the crusade sgabutPespotisnyIn since the time the last census ten medicine out ia Mkhigaa TJaggoartcdyear at a .
think art
S% Invigorated. .ntjre tg ploImIl1'm
jeopasrdy'wWbe '. ._ + J the JUnlted States l'Pghr years since,seems to strike the British journalwith : and rot the mittco, iaaterne4'caro 'sadsnedtieris4bszf4r"t8avasititepeaihlt "

At ? tied Jhat,"the / "MBg suggesnpon' -- thecho lt ...ttaorieip roo ttelan- form that the respect functions of Venice during,the cmsades i I. mats,_ _. .surprw' and.nearly all of. them, 'e J ; .ss .
i1is baaed the belief that MrCBrownf -I uto,'I.:-, tobe d a epdbl.:, sgainit:;the less barbarous Sartcens;- i.e- .ate. engaged in";thohuaprofitable et deavJrccount ..-...*M4iJ i.eI drat
: h .and ckIf. .;W..people rho: would 1 find -abundant.tmpl 1-: to for iton'some reisonabJe;sing eatIfidorhJpoPothesiItia'"ceagrUQn' Monnoairai aweasijtQ flourish Jtrtry where but -
halfterriag capital
.'k A f .in aUributing the Free Soft igita- EngUab andafterwards # ttat.has 'm TrtaZ-Intbi SUl-W, .lri
10 theses a of Co NjnM UiitMa'of feu: aii tin ootassidottit T,wreeeJesiry' t'tertals ts tinuP lyingth.emanitioteof:rotr = crie another;whileatJakd. xnco'yvttlenefeti Tn.u be 'I i'mlll.iR'Wb7t1t .
: K ... ,., f Whether the iu upp1.rmg.the.newly freed lD1'dutries done it,says one,"famint Gnal BaKialw'i.tJetCltf
\"t tOr7..1tt i t4Lst1OL I"' : Id.f.i\tl
"at _. C D.1d, ,,we...1WI 4$.. t of Europe with the'JI1WsJ otndop- Imbued with' the sectarian' f. ""f."'.,."1ii"i'ni- g .. i .- ...' :V'.r"ifi'Lt r-
"f. .A'"rr#u,a' oonscionabeliefihit" '- >" .. .ifM' 1ah .tttwtll 'infc IDkiia1-nsCl1U'/"Indeed,'thief emandps-t time,"ia't dised'to._.eft it airdowabfwra. J Jy ".,'kt. .e" lrtha.1 .. "!1.1.J' >-.= .
i t ,.f.1b'B'Af;, : would'realize the tree compli 'enough tb e'hceo of the & ._41&,. .: %IIIiaL.: _. A '
clad.: tion of Kurvpe '
1 care #
*sjnful w. shoo / -//rata' P' 'J Ko8iifii beJ' tbaV") 1e'j ifa 1to) lqitIa.. eiN
1i.tJ.j "Ii..t"l cii, and.11 ,Free one 'nds .
1.il l 4
E-n ra ; alfd.n -
lisxey 7Ji r uiiasn-msniatl: : 16.j"'U i1iA tbf jTt cam t e P.fJ Wen otB"I. it'tss
**** : rtl .yF. rJ its foremost gists .J.iil\tf4ID- I5 t. "hJ t \ U .I,. &". )
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.. \ r J <_B__ __ that!"., ttr! principlW.riftft&i&ffi. ii il.;\.t t.a
: abate
1i.; : ::; : 'a1"Iii..4nimiaiDd cnly seven torah corn,and olfce*bfeadstals. be fold at Jt n .. t \'''' ti 'thtda f the elea rRaaapeaed : provKhowtver;by:htt Patee eevsa i t-lit'
> +t& wounded. 'The military*lurrendeted ai discretion. retail in the prt iliw% a *TCalif ebanfedhis'viewi/t&al fie ha?tvpfcifeifi
SsWCUMINTpS .' ti ; ooafado n{bat___
.IN THE RIO.QRANpX.OF in* authi8osirsE= BspubHcano tll,1: "tI '
forming with thatbehaa
I 'Carvajal!now occupied. *** The Monitor tion, gts nsorpriectpia. abiadceedt
.r- !''JtA7TU: : 7!..CAMABGOVltmBY': ; ;. I new laws and. regulationThfere wan no ar- of:.the'_""'Ao| contains an official WIt tronce furnfd, 4f, the.hot- moat. of them; of his flake jpdtrrlfVtiai show.that tf fa." :
l" : : "
... .. THE 'ftfraipTO' s.; ; : 1 tillery with the insurgents, :while the Govern note from the military commandant of Seers fellshwtofthejr; tnark/: dent:of the nation and not merely the ft'
""- :. TBE JpWK IN ',THEIR 'POSSESSION.I ment troops had one or two pieces.' But -thecenoneers in Sonoro/io "the"Governor.of'that State girl.g ; ot.tl be' (who), by the let him break for u
I ediW cpubeass, section ;up
a coasfitsetgn
the rifles until Americans Jne
off :
:Th'bd: telegraphic dispatch from the were picked information of forty heightarmed 'asm05t'
"t .. Southwest Pass,announcing the arrival of the I Ir they uld1l010ngerstandl ; -' .- --'. *. being in.'neighborhood.. Th..ythefcame Ray, ;n see.aslTarlu'toamil: tone Any despots now leafnebf-afsiast slit|
This I send by and have no timeto from the Executive with,) ha,' discoveredIn thlf with the brit that bits an AowldenCbaeked ,
: steamship Yacht.,Capt.Thompson, from Brazos i i yon express, to get permission snip .are ,acquaint .. ,
\ St. Jagff, and stating that a 'revolution .had say more.- ,Tours in haste J.H. F. to work the gold mines of -Sonora. The 'our .ddr&. promisefto'retlre_.fromtheedl-, ,.aD supported by a gjrtiYihe ,

I broken out in -New Mexico' published! in the Bio G&AXBE Carr, 9 o'clock, Sept 20.' commandant however,'is persuadded that they chair of the Nccsran. d. to cease to: bat >ni receive_ ered1t fo ..the $j-

f Delta of last evening,-created much excitement i Dorr Str-You have, ere this, received my are the advanced pam of six hundred- others, torial election." Now if he reallvhas should prove dlreHci, of duty;; and' :flats ,)to
the' 'and general desire to learn all I who are about to invade that State:. Democrat, "after the should
in city, short, .,communication per steamer Corvette, '- remarks tion-if he compromise;tl.-,
lit possible particulars., That desire we shall which informed yon that the "Revolutionists. Vera GnrThe .authorities of Vera Crux, drawn that" j impression i from our honor and the dignity of the country;by". '

: now proceed to gratify by copying the follow as they are termed, were contemplating an attack on the 2d August, petitioned the General Government ,we:venture to say that no>...anotherjndividual European Interference hV: the afftirs el
in from the Brownsville Rio Bravo of the to allow the introduction of flour and here
f on the'evening of the day on which that the did. We shall not
f 24th nit, brought na by the.Yacht,which arrived letter/was written.. It was however postponed other provisions"upon the same terms *s those in' county 'It would aent'indpsrticnlarlythoaeof Cuba/hL
in the eeurse of the afternoon :. until yesterday.. The, attack, commenced yesterday ", granted to the port:of.Matain rii. They assure attempt to explain whatwedidmean ; :and receive tie just resentment of; tie

i ,'Frtt BelamentM sn the Rl Gru e. at,two o' lock;*. .>L, 'and the nilitary; the Government that if permission is refused bean, Insult to the underitandingi' of our readers people -iv.,'t x'b ..'

We copy, says the Rio Bravo from the Bien were soon 'compelled to seek refuge in the they cannot guarantee the tranquility for no 'one misunderstood 'na b1 himself: th.1ut British sUsn 1. ]

Pnblioo of Matamoras. the following plan and 'church and custom-house. The-whole force the city. would nofliavedone'so, -were'.he not! states that Spain, France and England an 1
pronnnciamento;! by Den Ignacio Can aIn under Cot Carvajal.:was three companies, ,amounting Meeting of the G.w".trl.-The Governors of fishes of ting a Treaty respectingthe Cuba gttaraaty.ef I
and other' citizens of Guerrero, and for to three or four hundred men, if I several the Mexican States: by order of the mtdatqr.nfsprgWfcetaaTWindas'the: The conditions are that shall.hart 1

.... t urdedby them to'the commanding General am rightly informed. One company from General Government,have been holding meeting the'Manmoth'Cnr' : Madrid Legislature and-a that. representation provision shall; fa br the: CM 22ajradual 1

;, of the Mexican 'forces Matamoros.. The Guerrero, under command of Don Jose Maria In the city.of Mexico in relation to the finances As, .to his other ill-tem>pered.rein: rices to -abolition of slavery In the ttaai/1 safe ? 1

movement; seems to extend throughout the Canalez,was placed in front; the second com of the country. After twelve days session in tooJl'ooda, humor toreply to eider! the Information T.ry.re.lIabl." *T:
State and it is said will be Americans in the nit without ourself, we,are ;,..;
Tamanlipas, general pany, almost all was placed they adjourned on the 19th charity 1ea;. him > 1
in all the northern States of Mexico. centre. under command of Capt. Tremble; and suggesting particular plan for.raising wind. them at present, but will, w _" BROJfSOJTl' '

The Patriot forces are commanded by Cot .the third company from Camargo, under command They simply resolved to publish the report ot to 'chew the cud of bitter'tal1CY" in quiet.., JUDGE DEClMejtWyWe :
Don Jose Maria J. Caravajal,and already number of Don Tomas fabazas. These were led their own committee, to whom was referred the have received (says,the Southern'a J j

/e nearly a thousand men. His plan and to.the main plaza by Col. Carvajal, in spite of plan of the Secretary.the Treasury. The EXERCISE OF THE PARDONING-POWER- copy of the decfssion of Judge Bronfciftitt! ]
a pronnnciamento are extensively circulated the cannon and other .mode of defence Monitor vineicron Heron rt olvie- District
every, says quo y se STREET BRAWLS* *c. .United States Court for ._'i'I I
*, throughout the Republic, adopting the twelve which the Mexican troops could adopt. The rot; that they came,ram, and returned. Their In the lAAXtjn&Kean we-notice a communication District of Florida -on the efiJon 1
articles of the Guerrero Patriots as found be- houses the taken and before question
on plaza were soon every Fxcellencies seem to have determined the and illegal!
,A_ Mexican soldier who dared to make Its.appearance they met, not to second the .JlheaotPresident on the subject of disgraceful the claims of: Indemnity under ihi" : :t

1 ;. The increment looks truly formidable, and above the house top was immediately.snot Arista* They sag nothing to change their practice of carrying, secret arms, and commenting treaty. t: tf j

we believe is so regarded by the authorities by the Texas rifles. minds afterwards. The consequence was the severely on the conduct of street bullies, whOlbrawls The Judge Into an elaborate' ***' J
; of the General Government over the way. The battle has not yet closed, though I feel resignation of the whole cabinet. are doing essential injury to the reputationof goes blm.
Plan. The subscribers all citizens of the and legal disquisition: 'on the origin ot
every confidence that Col. C. his party BM'.rs.-In the State of Oajaca a regular our town. We fully concur with the views or 1.Mt

:. city of Guerrero in the State of Tamanlipas, will take the place. Yours, truly. organized party of'robbtr "had been, discovered the writer and also the comments of the editor oi claims, on the terms of the treaty,,sindog'>h .

convinced that the national representation has P.S.-12 o'clock, M.-A messenger has just by the authorities and the ringleaders arrested this subject. The laws ought to be put into rigid principles of law they Involve." '* t

'I paid no attention to the repeated petitions arrived from Camargo, who informs us that and shot. They had their bylaws and and offender high and low,made We don't see haw anybody can ,frjj t
that eitap
which hare sent to sovereignty, operation every *
the his been taken and
city just
every officers and the brotherhood consisted of some ,
f.. through the corresponding sources, for the abolishment surrendered to Col. Carvajal. The custom three hundred, members. to feel their influence. The practice" of carrying his conclusions ,He decides that thi eUltat

: f i. of prohibitions the reduction of house has been taken, and all the goods which secret weapons, and drawing them on every trivial are entitled to interest. -The general priai
\ the tariff; the protection due to stop the de- have seized is that ought to be frowned down bj
heretofore been including a con occasion, one pie is that all persons to whom money U dov&
predations of the Indians already insupportale siderable lot of mantas imperials &c. member of the community, ; and |
. as well as the oppression they suffer, owIng THE NEWS. every of entitled to interest until it is paid Bat ItIQ

: to the restriction together with the hostility Rio Gn.\iwx CITY, Sept. 20, 1851. it will boo if the press and the respectable part been the usage of'this government not,ti't

..,. of the barbarians, are the complete destruction. Messers Editors: I write you in haste,to say the community will do its duty. The simple punishment it in ordinary cases, on the assumptioa-Sit 1

not only of those who speak, but tot the that the revolutionary movement on the other by fine, or imprisonment, for such offences the
always to a1 ;
'I whole frontier hare decided and resolved to side of the river has commenced in earnest. is good, as far as it goeS, but it is in itself insuffi government ready pay+ iit

.; sustain with their arms the contents of the The two parties have been fighting since the cient. The laws may inflict those penalties, but delay is the fault of the claimant-an uaiwit'on t

following articles: night of the 18th. The government party have public opinion must inflict another-it must visit as groundless as any of the fietioaftf flij I

[ ;1 1st. The permanent troops shall be expelled one piece of artillery, and are fortified in the such offenders with public contempt and disgrace, poets. *H| t
the territory of the State, as being pernicious, church the beseigers have only small arms. A .> t
. ,
. its borders or coerce Bronson shows however
and either drive.them from Judge la tfcij
oppressive, and useless. courier who was in the fight, just arrived, re- I
, 2. The citizen is inviolable in the enjoyment ports that about sixty of the Mexican side, in JACKSONVILLE, them into obedience to the laws.: The Republicanmay Florida crises there is a treaty stipuIatfoBtkJjmakes J

I H f of his rights and property and in the use of eluding four officers have been killed, and four 1851. count on our co-operation to bring all violators them an exception to the nssge. "|"i t

.: his opinions; the judicial power shall be sustained Americans and sixty Mexicans of the revolutionists Saturday, October 11, of the public peace to condign punishment shows we have ourselves always insisted iiterest r
:.. in the free exercise of its functions,and are wounded, but not mortally. A Gov. Brown, it is acknowleged on all hands,has t
. nothing shall be taken by the liberating forces small reinforcement left here last night sod another AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. erred grievously by the abuse of the pardoningpower from foreign powers in such easet-:..pi l c
without payment for the same. this morning. this, at least, we should suppose'decisive 4 I I5i
Maj.JOHN BEARD, Tallahassee, Fla. and In that way has no doubt indirectly
3. As a guarantee of the rights and Among the knowing ones at this place it is 1
reignty of the States, a reformation. of the.ove-I' said President Arista is at the head of this J. G. RKARnow. Esq., Ocala, Fla. encouraged crime, and countenanced violations of MARYLAND>> ELECTION. "* /

;_. r era! Constitution is required, reserving movement and that he is now en route from T. P. KKKNKDV, Esq., Tamp, Fla. the law. The almost indiscriminate exercise of the We learn by the BaltimoreRnrsthat':

: States ell the powers and enjoyments not granted i Mexico to the Sierra Madre, his object is to Gen. S. RUSSELL', Newnansville, Fla: pardoning power by Gov. Brown has added strengthto 1
: to the General Government. I revolutionise all the northern Mexican States. Fla. views which we have long entertained on this Bowie Thos. Yates Welch, Alexander.lAnd -,

:; : 4. The national representation,or at least in I Boox B. FEISBT, Esq., Garey's Ferry, subject We feel convinced after a careful obser Daniel M.Henry,Wbi/ sJand Wn.T.Bni.

f. :! j"r the Senate, shall be equal, or by States, and The Brownville Rio Bravo commences a GEO. CUTER, Esq., St. Augustine, Fla. vation for years in this as well as other States, or ilion and Edward Hammond, .Dern, vat'; : .

elected popularly, abolishing the power of the long article,in which that journal discusses the Judge A..STBSLE, Cedar Keys,Fla. that it elected to from State.
the operation of this Executive prerogative. Congress that
P.o!. t Executive to appoint Senators. causes of the commotion which has sprang up S. ,GUJI'KJ Esq., Filatka, Fla. : ]
" 5. The abolishment of prohibitions and the among its Mexican neighbors, as follows ought to be very essentially modified. We do not I

, / J reduction import duties on foreign mercban say that it ought to be abolished, as is the opinion Correspondence of The News:, L
, due. required, and the ,duties imposed shall The Commotions in Mexico.-It will be seen THE ELECTION of some; but we think it might be so modified as to OCA Fla, Sept. Tth IML* 1
if not be over 40 cent ad veJortm. in our columns to-day, that.the States of Mex- The is the result of the election r .
t per following
it in out of the of i
put a great degree a parti-
.!a it! 6. The heavy penalties applied to smug. ico bordering on our frontier, are deeply agitated power Supposing Mr. Editor. ..thatyou wrof 6
.. ;l for County Officers in Dnval county held on weak Executive to laws and set J
.... 1 gUng which, make it a criminal offence, imposing by popular convulsions. The citizens of can or nullify'the gratified at the return of ourpreciuc ,aside c
,t Guerrero the third of and those the 6th instant the decisions of courts and at' At
: absurd fines, shall be abolished; the loss on September; :- juries naugh Heving that you will almost rejoice to kncjtk i
of,the goods, without further responsibility, is in tLe vicinity of Carmargo, on the 16th issued the proper season we will enlarge on this topic and
Marion : has in her eiec&t
enough, and from the product of this a, fund. pronunoiamentoes! or declarations, which our : = Invite the attention of the people to it, with a viewto county county :

t shall be created for ,the,.,exclusive and sacred readers can examine for themselves. In substance SHI; HI= ? obtaining an alteration of \the Constitution of gone for Southern Rights; I,.enclose:yoejb 'J
both declarations the sub
purpose making. war on.the savages. jects of complaint and the ngeee"upon method of redreess- the State. to the end that the laws may be faithfully return of the poll of two preciats, whidaaq.i
,7. The introduction of groceries shall be I
mitted, on the frontier of the Rio Bravo, per free ing the evils set forth. From the general aim- i ? r iF: i I executed, and our lives and property pro trols the destiny tbe candidates: 1 imb ;

of duty, for fire years. ilarity of tone and expression, we presume the .' tected. men) for two years, at lease: ,. _
8. For the foreign commerce, a frontier customhouse parties acted to a certain extent, at least in w" 9 o; .a FOR SnxiTT.-At Ocala: i
shall be established at the town of concert. There have been symptoms for some NEW MILLS4 &e.
E. D. House, 115. Simon Helvenstoo llfcnAfFlemingtorii
For Judge of Prolate. c:
Reynosa. months past, in all parts of Mexico of these The machinery for three new saw mills recently i l 1
F. Livingston, 124 31 9 21 24 17 228
..... 9. The towns seconding this plan, subject movements. There Is scarcely a State of that R. Dorman, 93 20 11 1 44 17 166 erected in our town; has arrived from New York '
Simon Helvenston 65. E.: D.. Housed 11'
Republic in which manifestations have
themselves to the authorities of the respective open t
within the last few days. There are now in actual .,
not been exhibited of dissatisfaction with the FOIt'CLEiK'CIR.ctni- B.T.-At ar.J4, :
that second for .
_ States may the same. Majority Livingston 1 40 -
.f operation on this river and just ready for
10. This: movement Is eminently national Federal Government, and of a resisting uneasy For Clerk o( Court. opera. R. W. Morston, 103. Robert Bal1OCZ119.c|

and liberal-consequently the State and towns spirit of submission to its authority. Popular J. V. Garnie, 149 26 6 18 20 25 244 tion thirteen large steam saw mills, and several At FUmington: ;eZ S

that may adopt the same, shall be sustained by discontent has been everywhere manifest, and J.MJ.Bowden, 90 21 16 0 34 16 183 others in contemplation. Within a very short pe Robert Bullock 62. R.W. Montos,'Ili;
the liberating forces. all that was needed, to give vent to the confined riod Jacksonville! will be,by for, the largest lumber 11
11. A portion of said forces shall pe permanently flames, was a bold, resolute leader to'strike the Majority for Garnie, 61 market in the South, where vessels may at all JCDGE or PaonaTxf-As Otoh+9 : I
Hiram T.Mann, 95. 'John M.Mclntoob lit,
destined to carry on hostilities againstthe first blow. For Sktriff. times be certain to obtain cargoes Our 'Florida ,
barbarians, until the complete pacificationof Arista had been deserted by his feeble cabi- G. H.Smith 146 18 18 2 8 40 17 249 lumber too, is acquiring a character in the Northern At 'Fltmington: 'I
the frontier States. net-his treasury is empty-his scheme of sum- A.W.Crichton, 94 31 3 17 16 21 182 Hiram_T. Mann, 10. J'ohil M4DioIntossl4bg t j J
markets little ahead of other and
a any we are
12. These towns will not lay down their moning the Gevernprs of the respective States .Thu you, will .perceive ,that the JSntfnRi&hts 1
is dlalfa rur wretchedness Majority for Smith, 67 well assured the supply is not likely to be exhausted. -
arms until the contents of the eleven a faUu'fe-ponrty,
preceding Party bas
: For Tax Assessor and Collector. The of in 'view of this immense A'maCiriiyn} th (ourbclo i
articles be granted and realized. It the clamorous necessity stare him in the face on progress our town '
. .General Government should be. obstinate in all sides and what can be do? He has neither Bowden', 149 39 17 11 50 17 283 bUt! Dee -its rapid advance in.popu1a.tionand Marion, at dihis' 'I am" ''haPPJ'to; 's.yrw: IComspondtnet
O. Wood 87 8 4 1815 I "
137 l
refusing the armed petition of this frontier, armies money, nor patriotic feeling on whichto wealth, is no matter of mere conjecture is achieved- without bickering or bloodshed. :

.containing all the wants of, the whole nation, rely.-lie i&, politically'speaking, as powerless Majority for Bowden 146 as certain as the relation .of. cause and effect. In Avery.worthJBea' J Southern_Bihns = ri!

i the States adopting this plan will organize a as an infant. On the part of the reformers For County Commissioners.E.Blitch anticipation ,of what oar town'>is:to be, in a veryfew J 'been .elected b.r.amftjrJtr that caw I t
Provisional Government, laying aside all idea or revolutionists- there is a zeal, a keen- 121 28 19 any
. 50 17 235 rorecute.would date
' (recession or annexation;,and that in order sense of wrong, and confident hopes of success *J.Houston, 112 21 20 45 17 215J. years, an enlightened suggest ou1d.be.p"rOu of,. (Tax,Collector.ThTOugho s

\that this plan may have the necessary publicity against the imbecile Attacks of the federal Gov. Price, Sr.,155 21 19 43 17 236 many improvements which it may not be so easy to : !.ut'thecniDvassltnecahdiJaYesJgias

: this meeting has resolved to address the ernment. The chief lender, thus far, is Col. *Bethune, 111 32 20 45 9 217 accomplish at a later period. First mong themis far as I have leirned, deported, tliems ;

;same to the illustrious Ayvntamicato, being the Carvajal, an active enterprising, and efficientpartisan E.Hi i nbotbm,108 18 3 120 public cemetery outside our corporate limit&lIT : with much other/ "
r 'body of this city,leaving to their consideration Captain. He knows the temper of the .A.G.Philips, 05 26 2 21 14 158 ow is the time to select a suitable location for this courtesy towards each .* tl
and deliberation the in which people of this frontier-be is a good English Snares, 116 22 2 21 13 174 '1 though the defeated had the best axerbosstlthe Ij
f manner theySwill E. G.Jaudon, 88 22 2 13 11 136 object Next in importance is a public square: for '
'" promulgate it.. scholar, and is well informed on the general 'Conservator .whilst. the' foblisV'-11'+ :
W. Knight, 6 1 2 9 the recreation and pleasure of our citizens, and if _
.. : J. f.C K LzzJ.M.GOlCIULZZJ&c.&C. principles of our Government. He is admirably contended that had "
Elected. this desirable object is put off much longer the golden they rights .iAlI Dl1A d
suited to ferret out and the abuses "
3s1 and Iniquities of the Mexican expose Government,and and William Joseph Haddock Haddock County was elected Suneer.It County. Coroner, opportunity will havo passed by,; and we shall and( Southern rights ai.that! plodded oPb .

to aid in devising plans for the prevention of have nothing left t our unavailing regrets.: As a cheerfully, and werejnoteary:: 'U sTours'most n
t' ; Intelligence,on which we rely] has just been such outrages. subject of minor importance, but still very important respectfnlij -" -e.'-

received from Camargo, sharp skirmishhas We learn that he has some four or five hun was our intention to havepublished'eimply we would respectfully suggest to our "city ratbera" ,. ,.. :'to : !
taken place between the troops of Colonel dred determined men well armed under his the returns of this election, without any -y..P
pro priety'otpta.nttDg of shade trees :!
/ j
.nd the of the Government APllwiia Repblus
CamJd. 'regulars command, who are ready for any emerngency comments of our.own, other than to expressour v
C the centre of some of :wider
our streets.Thbwonidbe
at that city, in which a'. number of men were that"may arise. It will be perceived, from an sincere thanks to the voters of Direct/Trade.t' a .
'.'.wounded, and which resulted. in the triumph examination of the declarations, published in our countyfor a great improvement, .and,a great 'W.URJXGT01'l:0: .;Sept&:24,183tl D

of the Patriots' : We are not informed of the our eolninana to-day,. that, the causes which this renewed- manifestation of their partiality embdishmentto the town and would.meet the approbation There is :perhaps"1- no:'State ::InTporttallthe ..

details., There is no doubt, however,'that Camargo have led to the'movements may be reduced to for our ourself. r But the,last Republican of the citizens generally.,;'There are.many movement of ':DirectTrade9 so betweei* Jet

,Is In' the hands of the victors, and that three classesto wit: contains some ill-tempered remarks and mis- other,matters germain. to this, subject which we South and continental Europe u'frorid.. !'B* :!.

they The Government are in march has for Reynosa and Matamoros.g "'1. :The utter failure of the 'federal Govern tepresentations'which; call for some notice atour.handi. might allude ,'and we invite the< co-operation ol connexion: w ith'"tbs.Atlabtic; .'and-'tie':. ** ;:

I 'sending reinforcements so weakened itself these, ;by ment to protect the northern Mexican States. \ \... "\ all who feel u" Interest'in the .advancement and makes her the Keyorthe Golf'traoX'awperhaps ; t
Camargo hat. *
')0 f .. '
places 'will fall sully into the hands of the from Indian depredations. The editor of that print claims.the result asa prosperity! of bur.town,. i', r'I' tion as efficient. from her geograpbical V*
'revolutionists. We learn that Gen: Atalos 2. The unjust;'unequal system of prohlbltoIT.dDtleawhl ; < 4 as Cuba.: A Railway, for Instance i ft* :'r
I Union Whig.triumph to 'some, : and St. to '
'- commanding' at" Matamoras received the iehaperatesmoetdeatroctivelyonthe 'extent Mary Cedar-Key, would 'a'"iODCI'cItthe '
of'three''courl n but what interests'of.the people of the frontier; ieetss)o suppose.that,t.h'e election'turned upon SPAIN; knot"and be the means ofbuildId'ibesMF .R
yesterday, 2..The despotic power exercised by the Federal The following mad'ofaletiert the NationalIntelligencer fnl shipping'! I nterestfor.the.Gudf: arm ft'neeeesaay.to
'' This
news they, brought, bas'not'ret transpired.Astherewere'nodemonatrationsofaaccep ,.- Oonrnmfot'ovel' the rights and o.lines politics.. is.his grattfude for.,.the as- tea "& most bravethedtlaisticfnatfromtifr '
. represen respectable andwell-;: j !
received from
boasting ."and' the last no tation of the several States. some Democrats., Now,, so informed"Mure 'is fan of significance, and claims. size and tonnage,great obstacles io'the 0 as
at the disposal, the General company.was'dispatched cavalry -From the Rio Bravo, of the '24th ult, we far as our>> observation extended, (and we thinkwe the immediate attention of our Government<< .The MeiicoBut these"; are'matteri'of* .r'.U,

toward the take the following additional items. of interest, know something about it ) there was a tion fdr'olhtrs and'other 'Interests:J [
;seat ot..uj..e Infer that the Pat- gen policy,and Interests;of these,.European oyern- I'r'i. ;6
relative to Mexican affair wish
priots,were sweeping 'all before them. Thus pout.ical menu are directly at variance'with ours, and their the- Lumber particvlerlytQ ,calbthiya, ,

has commenced straggle that may regenerate Resifnatiin of the Cabinet;-All the members parties not co draw party Hues, but:to.select 1 movements ta must b.'c wafched with Yjealous magnificent sntne rt. There can be made a
i eye.
Mexico;and secure for ,her andprosperity. of the Mexican Cabinet resigned their '' profitable market upon Ut V
people justice ; respective It
from it was
.the seems not
The'people of the United States portfolios on>the 2d instant.. Don Fernando amongst candidates those they : ,thought worth whife by.the Unenrof Europe for Lumber of,tlkJu .. 1i' ) r e

will not stand; with,folded arms,,indifferentapectatora Ramerex, of Durango.a'Inember' of the Supreme thought most competent' and.','deserving. We I 'high contracting parties in"
of this &l m&tlDlscene. court-has accepted_the appointment of know there;:,:wis!, 'a great,deal of. .splitting'.of Government at all on" the subjeofc;although4 It' is allowances.madeon; car oea..,Amsterdam w 'M:

_":::' r.r JrtMit-'Wi'J: ; af'li ir 1aat the com- Minister Foreign Affairs.. He is charged by tickets on both sides which resulted in the ono to which'twe hav '!deeper :stoke.:than'roll of large the *consumption and '**..t! e'D'c "-- ftr4
; North"ot
loandant of the President with the farmatieh of a Cab-, 4 them ther.' 'Whatever Europe,me German" eaap 'Ol.
Astral ,on'the side of the,GOY.et : new election ,of.some of the'oandidates both put tog eour le t the'preaent Baltic ..ne
r .n. wan kUlecf. and"lOme inet from Administration feel jAgentforthepurpbient( :] ::.#

,t .ali h&7..1_-, and: driL.,t,Cam fIG 1,other. takeD...persons,The, JWtffjtr;';;The Indians are committing great parties. We are" .aware'that. strenuous efforts, I to this.most may Important diIpond.tq national pumte.nlaUOD interest,re it, the And Lumber connexionwitb interest in d reaTcwe-11
'", ap. raT.gflln the State of.CoahuilaJ; Durango and made on the day of the election'by. certain! livery certain,that ",the prcpla pf.this country will :toe Macon. Convention Holland will bf\\\\p a, t
We have just reotired by Chihuahua. The'Government of the .latterStatebad would-be leaders and the in OetoBer.25tb.4fle i
:, 't 1Uo express, says the ( editor, (the BraTO.tTeralleUer which we give Below: organized an- expedition, "which he lice 'amongst them,) 'to make: it party eleetionparticulaiily destinies of Cubs. ,A, stand* great interest r iijfm'tJita10'p **.
y b
f taken l
m titan the details of the battle of Camay g .-!' commands in.person'' against these',American proper : byour (among oibert) atFloridi'eons
111. Ins private letter J w".lIarn" Arabs., -. ,II bi'tha for J udge o Probate e, GOTernmen'oact,1riD: set the' 1 &UeTCt :'rest, desiring to: make tonal f A taor; : a | x'
.thst.er ancl J ,. %> and that:they'succeeded'in and obviate:fature 'dUfieuifies den In Europe % n"
IInral rhrl1
y other towns ve'lD tlli. :1 atlRobbery.-The mail between Ztcatecas preventiog$ niany rbttV; sivstaud4till LJ t ......

to..8sads. "" oftJie1ibtn.tora.; .... -. ... and San Louis PotosI was taken and carried off who,wjshed! .to"vote ,for,ourself. jfrom.dbing ,timid orvasculatiag policy will lead:inevitably-to P.ABoltrymeu lar'nrbsit'raker: II
;1si '' '''-- con'Gay troth-.tbe l4sh t
.:", ... !:, "' u..s.p&;". '..:-> ..,.x.- .,' ;.. by a band of robbers.Jand' the .mail..rider,1 dangerously -; but. the great masses had the firmness and good i cliaetrou:coa-rc. "-'We lUTe no confidence .:.A.q agentJIA$ beett, Octte atchMttti111e l& o3d S :_

-..'7aYr""'--I bitGe,hu ,L.-uctD deaperaslyt wowidedy *' sense to select, for. themselves;and In'our oplu-i to ot+t esentNationalExaottvetrlienthe honor fI I'
: certeln.otbertJnga;
the xor
4. T t :..'"'"' anaJt.1-been: ionOUl.1 J" I .famuuf: ;CtrDj*'in 'lariat, ;Is.. selling) af ion proved'the i{sehes.wiser'than':their would: mteresta-ofthe! ,a Southern:!Qvt u.l..Pth'JJnlon; ..> f&G.t: tQ : "'ired'find kSQd: ualiiy bie 1

-.l _yffSMxv*** : *zrrfytbuVi nine;foUsrs, eI'Dega.: ; or nearly Vdollar;apecfc .be tacbers, forgo are at lama 'BJsavtiwed.andiwen.knownabolI.' .sr:l t iofNoveaiber.i 1"
-r&K""" .. : ;:;% The eaiaescareeity"exists tnChihiiaasnd"In ., ,,, bnejcan_denyjhat'ihe: : offieration UWCD..ot'lCh
v4,.' : aillrtfciSl.f >?SaaBj fa ; all tb54Nortbern.pr'oilneeskowjf< : : : oe tlece alsisyfi,lesdslg ourtel ,out of coma: f tloujrinoiples before bin elevatlonlo'his' 'w rte: l iti..ClM.kWed': and. o b'Utwate d" "U .,.1 n &taiklea
; wounded by \ :
principally:to the incursions of thalndlariC-u.i oCciurs e : 'wtrtbyof ..
) al'e-w.n tbe .
\ "and 'Ttlbt.
oftn He amoMIUar;
lotU' )llI16I&mODIWaOlD; vrts':Xora1t. '' '' ia IQ ,Pulmors rUa''aiJwfi' .., .'('!\ > .tu. rte S
: Orders have been teued"ttadir penalUcc, to rthioh4tb; iicrt:ebos.D.'' 'o":11.. I .f' when ,t1.A.rh.l\$ 1i. % --
betrtotsbbfiaousl otad ; :
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C- JBKJsxruLB" SegUabtr- IJ 1851.. than, P helve 1'r.it wave-I_ .liltbY.gnvs J .INDkT A.'J\.T T'A R v.TU J1 ...ww..yWe_
J _. ; ---I a wer'lacet. J.iLt; : -- .
'CU .1'ft" R ":.-; f-
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konor ot ? 'Mwtr
i aavtiae acknowledging "! i v..r-- \ ,
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. 16th inSSnra 8. 1PIB iasimlr As rear
the instant
; .jour letter ,of *" -- A.AlC
'I'O& ot artIIw'Jhnl
1 f ; D.CUD ks :os'Maedy b.w 1IA
1 *that the committee,which was ap-fill DIED oathmorning";ef tho'10th hat, a*,his [ 'DJlUiil mat aD 1M 1_' aatwOL)

Si by the C Convention .lU1a.1ut to residence in this town, after a' protracted mess DywaUrr, ealte fw.u-to 1m, r*.H
": 'ftllaq which. might occur in aDd the,State round i Mr.WrLLUK EICKMAH. Tbs deceasedbaa been 'Which Ia ever kiss prattled tittiftAGt. 'It lei M t O'.clmiwctlng wS II.ik i4rititP1d1lt
& .
'r 11ckt $ben acsatxaained(d.had by met the withdraws long a aresident oi thin-in*leaves a iie alt lat apes its stela asrtitt,atsdteoedi ate". gsesLe tD or and from Baraonah._,Wud.or l'orfnIIM 4f eaa '

that the.QitltmaiI hid been ahead filled by Iketl i Interesting family to noon his love ar IT HAS:NOT-''PAILKD,TO,CTJRJ,:DT A ,'AIiBB &BEZ&C0. .,

r{ (ale i en and the Deaocnaie press of the wh01.Stif.aY I ,BY THE t for the vacant IT' >
nominated myself & Valuable' eoBpoonded
ARRANGEMENTS preparation is
11 Florida
committee gave to that nomthehencurTence. Fnnn Savannah la 19'- ", ForTnabOTwenknowa a >,
.end that the The N Northern Mail arrives between the Roma of I 'fron several medicinal roou growinr/in- "
.' Your letter also!n- the Wilds of Florid It is I HOTEL; "
atioII that 10 A.l. and,4 P. M, on Sundays :and Wednes. PnUoyud'- 1 a keel is the oily of8t..Angaerb. "
j t..Be thai the committee were aware to days and win be dosed hereafter on Monday and GEORGIA. ELECTIONS. II.T Vegetable, and designed xsrxcuixr for the -perfect order, is for rent,for ene ortaotir
j", at ante of say health would not permit me ,Cobb Is :elected,Governor by large msjori of the above disease. The Inventor and years,with without the famttaxe.- --;, I
" in the Thursday n tdt'l'h.Soutbem o'clock. Proprietor Is fully coD,i ef that It?is invaluable Juno 14 85tt '
epire canvasi. x I an A. B. COI1.:; .
"t' Under lath circumstances, I ban'oD1.1 tore- 'aD'd'we Hafts are dee on ty. We clip the following items from the Savannah Medicine. In fact, the,test' that he I

t pit that my whole political life has been devo. Tutsday.ucl Friday mornings by 1 o'clock.l Georgian of the 9th inst- has given It in the town in" which he resides Ia Cirwit- dot:, .. "t.._ ,

". & to the Democratic eaus Z and' the Hurlnten The Southern Mail by Steamboat) will be clot The,r..psJatan.The and the aaonisfiing ntettn with .which it has 'BABTBBN .
of those wh1Ch nfMedg* met, warrants him in that it is a POSITIVE CIBCUIXOP.PLo.JqIJ .. :
aiet Principles ed hereafter at 11 o'clock, A.M-, and the Western Legislature will no doubt be Federal by saying .
and InCMaBcery. .
of strict construction CURE He has therefore ctme to the a 1a.it L',.
.i pity It it not in an hour (by Stage) at3 o'clock, P.1rL'on Sundays'and Matilda .
JDC8 0 the Constitution. a very large majority determination to place it within the reach of Ann Wi>6wai,' A

I fl'i' ken cloud have darkened our fortune that ;I Wednesdays C Bfressi.aal Del faU.. all; knowing Bow many:: suffer 'With thfs very Daniel,.TJ Wilford.appeaiing J' Bu.L nos"DivotteL .. .It
La refuse:any poor'service it is still in rny rrpr The Pod Office wffl be open on Sunday only unpleasant and often dangerous' Disease,particularly .
lower to render. That cause, and those grin one HOUR after the arrival and assorting of the Our next Congressional Delegation will in the.Southern and Western'States. TT to the satisfaction ef tie Court thai-:'"

, S>1.Item more dear to me no w than in the Northern MalL probably stand two Southern, Rights Demo In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST'be Jthe i Defendant Daniel Wflford resides beyond.
i > > the limits of the State of Florida, so that the ordiin .,
Of their triumph three Southern ditto and three particular and look for written
, fey October lat,18SI.PASSENGERS. crats, Wrongs my. signatureon'the be
health will enable me,I will sryproeess cannot served upon him: ,
As soon as my toSinonunation.my Federal Whigs (Toombs, Stephens and John label On motion of W.M.Ives,F'j.,Solicitor, tor. Coniv
the in answer
to people
adJress I -
I" an refer the public below to a few certificates !. -
Mannlia from
1 i acceptance of which halos I per steamer Ion.) selected from among' many received from respectable ;Iti$ Ordered, That a'hearing' be tad on the
tea taken as granted. At tfresmt I can only Savannah 10th inst n9:bourse-Mi Button and Election Returns citizens of Jacksonville. facts charged m Complainant Bill at the December '

it return my thanks to the committee,. and, son, Mrs Freeborn and 2 children, E B Dickerton, MACOW. Oct.8,10.P. M. EGBERT,POINSETT. Term next of the Circuit Court to be bold'
rough them, to the Democracy of the State. D B McDonnell T Jones;WmDowell;Long,Abra ea at Alligator, in and for the eonatj of
It have thus manifested Bailey majority is 150.) : Benning, Democrat P. Planters houtd'Dot',' beV;without this Provided That a ewoy of this order ColDmbl&rI

i,. for the confidence to they meet any possibility, or hams J Holmes L H Rossignol R F Boyed, T is defeated by Johnston Federalist in the valuable 'Mtdici e. Every family ought to the law directs for the space of three ""rtht,.
ia my wUHngness alS Morrell Stark and 18 deck. keep it on hand THO.DOUGLAS, Judge fe:
I have
II sacrifice for principle 2d District several hundred. '
make any which still believe to be Per steamer Welaka from Savannah Oct. 10.- by A.M.REED, principal Agent for Jaekaonville. A truecopyiTedS.

waysadfoeatedand Mrs Forman Mrs Cureton and Miss M Thomas County, McDonald' majority one SCAXBOEOVOH, Clerk
tsttBtial for the preservation of that eonstitn'tionil servant July 12;1851. tm
liberty we inherited from our rerolu.tiooary Perch Master C Pearson, W Daniels A Martin, hundred and twenty seven,J&ckson'a- one bun I Jacksonville, August,1 6, 1851 ly

e 1 sir s. J A Andrews, E K Loud, J Loud. A Mode, T 0 dred and sixty five. Seward (S. R.) is electedto In the Circuit Court

. Very respectfully your friend, Holmes T Weeks, Col J H McIntosh, Mr Bally,, the House. Notice* "
41 JEFFN. DAVIS. lady and 3 servants B M Pearson,'and 3 on deck. District. Directions for using Poinsett's Indian Loxe- UVALCOUNTY' -IN CHANCERY.
First CUlt will be found on the inside of the wrapperon Archibald H.Cole, CompTainant,and)
deft British Bishops. JACXSOS, (Dem.) Horxins, (Fed.) each bottle. Where there is fever attending Francis Richard and John S.Rmtnift > ,
Ria 756
overhauling of the way the bishops of; PRODUCTIONS OF FLORIDA, Br 'B. M. Chatbam, the disease a. purgative should in every .
jLn 39J 30 before appearing the Court affidavU that .
.it > Banacb, east be used the.Loxecust. Should IT upon
' British church cause themselves to be fatlj BTRNE; M. D. U. S.ARMY. Francis Richard of the
1 tie 28 one said Defendants .
113 .
If aid,is now going on in England. It began in Since the conclusion of the publication of these Bryan, 172 there be a tendency to inflamation purge moderately resides within the State of Florida but without the '
I 1 motion of Lord EffiDgham, 159 and give the Loxecust in smaller dosesthan limits of the Eastern Judicial
de base of on valuable and interesting Letters in the New, we 170 186 pirenit: ODmotiOJl"t t
provide for the spiritual destitution Liberty, the average dose. McQueen Melnioeh, Solicitor for Complainant, .
if BUndfordto( by fannding new bishoprics have had numerous applications for copies whichwe .Mcintosk, 87 134 It i*ordered That, the said Francis RIcbird 1
the people, '
hoe of and building new churches, the could not supply,and being desirous to give as Striven, i 303'' 147 JACXSONVILLX May Oth,'l851.This appear and plead wwerdmar to said Bill

. parishes to be met partly from the present rn- wide circulation as possible to the information they G1YDD, 6t 65 is to certify it is with much pleasure within two months from the date of this'Order, or'

. itpnwe of the church,and partly by private sub- contain we made arrangements to have a pamph.let Camden, (m"j) 173 that I announce to the Public that 1 have been said Bill will be taken as confessed against him'
Itualso ordered
fJ some 165 ,.That.the-foregoing order be
Mr. Hume moved for arrtnrn edition of them Thomu, (m'J) effectually cured of the distressing complaint
. sribtions. Hereupon published as speedily as possi published in one of the public gazettes ,m said circuit .
called recommended
ti of the exact amount of property and ble. This edition win be ready for delivery in a Dysentery, by highly once a week for two months. "
2442 1518 remedy of Ute E.Poinsett I bad resorted to .
to the various bishop THOS.tDOUGLAS..Judre. .
the incomes belonging few days at Twenty-fire Cents a copy. Clubs at a in 10 counties 924. v *' *? 1 1J
" ecclesiastical bodies. His desire was Col.Jackson's majority many things but of no avail; I was induced to i Jt >
. : ici the funds of the church applied as they distance by enclosing one dollar win receive by try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine,, ISAOOKC V. JAHNIE. ;Clerk;of-th. Clrwit '
" n tee mail five copies. Editors in and other States Burke Coantr. Court of Daval Eastern
made in 193! while this and to my great satisfaction was ;completely County Circuit of Florida
be. a ,
to By report
writ income of the curates em- wDl oblige'ns by giving this notice one insertion, for G -ctiMr. cured within a few days and have not been do hereby eertify that the ,foregoing is a correct
.' AttTersge ilojedin the kingdom was $395 each, the and win receive a copy of the work.saarfnr McDonald, 421 Cobb 543 I troubled since with that so much dreaded dis copy of the original order LY on, file.GARNTE.ism. ..eI Clerk.

, bishops had from $30,000 to $35.000. In or. For Congres, ease.I August 3, 1851 'v2 la. '- "
: law had Toombs 537 am happy to say other immediate cures have -' -
I drruisome measure to remedy this, a McMillan, 421 '
JotWnat "
. the lowest bishop's rev.I come under my own observation within a few L '
" ten pissed limiting For Senate. State of Florida of tfasm
to $22:00, and the highest that of the Brown 471 Connelly. 471 days. I cheerfully add my mite to the already .Coimty
ate PORT OF JACKSONVILLE OCT. 11. great amount of testimony with regard to
irdbishop of Canterbury, to $75,000. But your Probate .Court.. _: '.
. tiij Uw had been grossly,evaded,and the funds For Hoiut.Blottnt Valuable Medicine. I am,respectfully,&0, 3 ,AT CHAMBERS,.Jcx.T3UT JB51 i I,
. 541
. viica ought to have gone to the minor clergy,, The U.S. MAI!Steamer St.Mattbewsarriyes 371 Nasworthy Shewmake, 569 M.HEARNJr.To lathe Matter ef Estate *f Mary-E.a. '
Perkins 406 E.Poinsett i
. W been taken from them. The facts ought at Jacksonville every Sunday, from Savannah, Esq.Jacitsonyirj /eeeased. j" < .. __

" i u U exactly ascertained. and leaves every Tuesday morning.U. u, B. F, August 15th,'1851? Petition tt prone Nuncupative Wilt. I ITlTHERE

, Hereupon Sir B.Hall made a speech,in which .S. Mail Steamer Wm.Gastoxr arrives every to. Dear Sir: This will inform 'yon that one 8. Robert' Harrison/Esq :;of'the I

t j kindled the reverend prelates without Nit Wednesday, from Savannah, and leaves Notice, nger& bottle of your Medicine, called IHDIAH Loxc- VV, ,above County and State.has this day fileda -

save. They had all got a great deal more every Friday morning. Frosavalfnak to Palatka, OUST, has permanently cured two of my negroes Petition to prove and establish before me the

_ aoaey than the law allowed them. The Bishop Savannah Via Darien. Brunswick; St. Marys.Joclcsotnlle, of a severe attack of Dysentery. 1 consider Nuncupative Wffl of Mrs. Mary'E.Sanderson,late
tr t*David's was to have $32,500 a year, but Steamer Magnolia arrives from on Black Creek\ and PieoJata. it an excellent Mediane for this com* of the before named County,and :State deceased;

W a seven years he Lad pocketed 56..25 more Friday, and leaves Saturday evening. plaint, and take great pleasure-in recommend and I have appointed the first Monday .in October !

tkta that sum. The Bishop of Norwich was Steamer Welaka arrives on Saturday, from To leave Thursday, 2nd October, at 4 ing it to the public. Respectfully yours next allay residence in said county, for tat taking, E .
evidence for the of 'said WmJ
but in he had Savannah and leaves Sunday evening. o'clock P. M. a FERNANDEZ. purpose establishing
the seven ,
'ii to km same, years the hearing commence at 10 o'clock',om,that day'...
. tot U5,3 too mucK. The three Bishops of Steamer Sarah: Spalding leaves for Lake RATES QF FABfi REDUCED. 'To Mr.E.Poinsett.JAcroxvn.Lt. It \M "tktrtfart Ordered and Darted That,allparsons .

II. Oxford, Rochester,and Stlisbury, had cribbed Munroe on Monday, andreturns.onThursday. fast interested are hereby cited rfrfmithnK ;
THE and superior May 21 1851.
than their revenues.- new tote and before'me at the said time and
c lltt, more proper appear
" Tki' Bishop of London, in 14 years, bad taken Gt steam packet MAGNOLIA P. Dear Sir: ,I consider It to.be a matter of des place, in .order that they and any and"aH Of them
.95 to which he had no good right, and Taken from tIt Record of ths Cuslem Bouse. -McNKLTT, master; will leave as ty to inform yon that I have teen laboring under may,contest the same;if to them shafl sem fit. .
J. '
Winchester had Entered. above, and continue to leave every THURSDAY. very violent attack of Diarrhea which Given Under my hand and ftrivat seal,.(theN
. is tie same time the Bishop and the Returning,will leave Palatka every Saturday morn; baffled the skill of two Physicians,and rendered [L.a)being no seal;of office)the*day :and year f
'1 IItnm his jast irftome $235,830, & .-Sen Judge Toothake, New York. inK at 8 0 clock and leave Jacksonville same evening me,unable to do any work. .But fortunately first above* '
( If other people Seh Hamritter Hammbrell,N Y. "
Bishop of Durham 8395,290. at"o'clock.For JAMES T. OTIEIL-
when adout all of obtaining
to give hope ever
t4 do such it would be called rob 8th.-Sch Joseph Marsh Rogers, N T.10th. having splendid accommodations up
me to things freight or passage relief I heard of INDIAN LOXBCUST Judge Court of Probate Nassau county.
4t bery. So too in some minor offices of thee .-Sch Palos Bartlett T. state room..tc. apply on board or to your ..
FERNANDEZ, BISBEE A CO, and the use of five Bottles has entirely :
la the diocese of Ely there were five Cleared Orncx Comer or PKOBATZ )
I; clergymen whom he named receiving together Sept. 29th_Brig Tyrone, Leland, N Y. Agents at Jacksonville, or restored me to health. I take much pleasure Nassau County J -
Savannah recommend Medicine to all those
11 JW.715 a year, who did no duty at all,and one Oct 4th. Feb. Alvarado. Lancaster, Portland. M.A. COHEN, Aengt at to your who I, James T.OTIeil,JudgcO Court ef Probate for
K PSUth. Allen, N. Y. K?- Freight payable bylhlpper&Oct. may be similarly afflicted. Tours,&e. the of Nassau do }
.:8 acre receiving $16,950, who did his duty only 6th-Brig tf County. hereby certify the forgoing *-)
N Y. 4, 1851. BENJAMIN DAVID. to be true ,
it tailed convenience. Sth-r-Sch Pauline, Townsend a copy from the minutes, in tW
a the 10th.-Brig Haidee, Sonthaxk N Y. To Eo PcJnu,Esq.JAcxsov. above. entitled cause. '* "-,
1.i It this way Sir B. Hall went through 'Witness, my hand and private seal, there being"' .
Et fates of the church,and showed up the more THIS SIDE UP ,June 27, 1851. nft seal of ffle, this 31st day of J1I111.D.7-. -?
. irtiuaent with an unsparing hand. He went For Sale.A Dear Sir: I am entirely relieved of my complaint f JAMES 0'E1L, r !'

; fie refenning them all. The state'of things LIKELY NEGRO WOMAN AND THREE jl '103i'91 n2ny 'aiiUnonoffH thanks to you for your'INDIAN LOX- Judge of Probate;k'1Li .

wi)disgraceful in the higbrst degree. An end jY CHILDREN, via: boy 10 years old, a girlS, .a r cAUOlI a N ;Plq'igatd ECUST," it is the best I have ever used for the .Aacast 9; ,fOcI ,1, :

I Mid be put to such a system clerical spec- and a boy 1 year old; the woman is 28 yean old, flams <. plop disease, and I feslhappy in recommending to .
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and cook washer and ironer, or house ser !r lri
good GreatBargains ;,
the oars truly,
the public.
ftI %Woa. He world propose to take prop- The will be sold all together 'or separate tom '-ggJaNVH: m xgaNn9PIIe' -
1z sty.f the bishoprics deaneries and ecclesiasW approved purchaser. Terms reasonable. '1TQZIII1IA3' T1lINJOHO cNlIOO .. F GEORGE COULTER.To HE rib wishing to devote his aUen

,'9 bodies,all and singular,and pay the cler- rrj>-Apply at.this pf ce. .Oct 11. If r 1mlfJ pun "ISJDJf'f c N wg c.8IZ ud E.Poinsett, Esq. JL tlon ezclasively to his profession offers

'e ffproper incomes; leaving no chance for theme 'siv JACKSONVILLE July 30, 1851.., for sale on accommodating- terms, his lands and

' 1Ci.ore 'by trick and management. In- BOARDING; Dar Sir: I have tried your very valuableMedicine lots adjoining ttrWo of JaCuoUYinetjta'.n .
'1 ooo a year, let the Archbishdp of .iwg 1UaIP3'Arab 4nq"W 001uojsrtaoqx for, Diarrhoea and, find it by far the their improvements. There are on these lands
Werhury have salary than the SUBSCRIBER is prepared to ac oUIyJ is q ,sraxrpq 001 two strong Chalybeate which yield a
no more MTHE Boarders the best and safest cure for this dangerous disease Pt
I. ".laittn'. As for the bishops,turn them a number of at his !Juld.1IgM .cmwnb'' tat" "t.toarSoteR Tf l1n that I have ever known or heard of. My copious Jepcsite of hjdrated peroxide:ot'imp
.tlthe House them'$10,000 I1ICeDtlyerected residence in the Northwest part of --utnb s pTrsteqjvi OOO'oi fffJJJ\ They assimilated ia their
of give the town, the location of which is ,known to be '0'g. I little daughter aged about two years had suffered are : medJcinat.propertirsto > I
$ SIOOO a year, and make them act in their highly favorable to health and comfort from its elevation. t1W1CraSJVH. long and was reduced to almost a skele'. the Brighton aad-TtfrnbrUge spring**

III its tresssfood pariah priests would. In ret The HOUSE is just completed; the sleeping : uN s IJ.III 1ed ii 11IDt' tot and 1 tried part of,a Bottle of ytfur,,INDIAN ,ofEngland and the BaJston anJBelfchi springs \

,fe the inferior clergy, he would have and other apartments being spacious and well .- .- LOXECUST.and it baa acted like a.charm; alibis country. ,Also a spring of.:th o,coolest

. ell of them allowed 'to starve on SI SO or finished u it respect plastering.eV : t1UI' the child is o w improving and may be sees by cpmtooa water to ,be' found IB Uua t.ecUoa'"d

Wlaytar, without 'clothes\fit to be seen ; ,The furniture of.the House is also entirely new; .'Adminiftraldr'sS by those who do not believe. :Repectfully counts;; brick jail wiih.. one. of HaH's paiielit '
I Mrf them should hive less than $1,0 nor being just received from New 1 Ofk. -'u DC MONTHS AFTER DATE,,Iswfllpresentmv of .A.:V.COLVL'4.To machines ready for operation-the only one in"
of the Estate
aIL acre this the church Arrangements have been made to supply the table account as Administrator this where the demand for 'bricks'.is
this ,
3000. means E. ,
By the Poinsett Esq.I -
and deceased 'to the Honorable t .
fare ,
with ample and excellent good servants John TV Broer,'
f.I odd be made useful respectrd. and a blea- of Duval. and great and;rapidly increasing Also,a framed
attend to the the County .
to comfort for 4-
been employed Probates
have I John's
r" *C U the country at large while there would final settlement and, afowane'of the j kitchen stable and"Carriage;h OM"and two
for ,
uk a '
(/$ lti i*?!*funds for its extension. I shall spine lie pains.T to c render-i my-House in allrespects same;and also for a discharge from the administration August 7, 1851. ,J .I Story dwelling lioase;'tied;for,:twelve rooms, f

Wi *peech, as well as one of a smallersort pleasant to those who make It their home; of said estate: -- .- I .Dear sir: This will inform you that Jhre'e' nearly com pitted-, ,AM'0 anumber..of[ellcbfe

:1 *" ttb equently in theume.debate! by Mr. udrtspeetfally invite a call from citizens who wish THOKAS'LBDWITH..Aclm'i.Septem of my children were .dangerously, .ill ,with the building sites and garden lots,within a mile of I t

_. could not but provoke replies from permanent board; or strangers who may sojourn 30* 1851. a.. Dysentery Diarrhea, for ',about six'weeks! the,Market house.;uararpasaed by,anj ItLthis tiidait
'br Ie JIrt1aia.in question and the public press a but .hospitable clime. during the winter months." I tried almost everything that I generally used inn 11

.el lees vilely occupied with the subject ,W.- 'D.- -WARD.Jcksonvuie,0ci.iii8il. 'tt-. NEW Cl.O'lfHMf! GT WOKE. for dais disease but all to.nor effect. A friend ,For further pifticalars apply
tle ; : wf mine1 recommended me to your Medicine r. ., .JOaEL-DADL"'U '
let Whops defend themselves with a ;;pirit MODE.Ace,has opened a new CLOTHING G try ;
w Pdevehemeat and irate, but apparently with ND DRY-GOODS STORE on Bay street called INDIAN;.LOXECUST. 1 procured it- Jac built,''Sept Q'i95I.J .s&Ot1C@s1,2 ( i''

JllliAccel.-Ni Y.Tnbmie. A CARD.M" one"door East of air J.'F"l11Degaa"l.;and J'IIDICri and am'nappy to say that bottles:of it cured .
auIt THE SUBSCRIBER having leased Ihe fully invites the citizens of'Jacksonville-and the 'all three of my childrn-'hop1n your valnabl4 ,. ,-.- -. .L' 3, r. ; ,

r well-known house formerly;kept by Mr, urfounding country,to come,and see. for themrsdvei. Medicine may/become jtenerafiy:known, s II =
_ Cevrtlag Barra'tom Clark takeothlstdetbod'etbformingtheclstens JW will pbsiUvely buy your roods in this lo that all that"may be afflicted with this disease SIX MONTHS after date vejrifaty ptesent? our ''
John .
1_ do you love'bohed.beef and dump-. of Jacksonville and vicinity,:that he is now l1..atonch"plXth, ever. you did fa Jack wn- .may have a certain and safe remedy,' ,-- accounts and vouchers, si administration
'i xJ.xMODBc. and administrator :the estate of John Stand
> to serve refreshments at any hour of the day .onvUleibefora .. Yours truly, I
if I dovebat a hot dunplin ready from 7 o'cleekiJ the morning until 10'atntrht J'he "U"i z18SIi' ,''am-. ?- JAMES IATIMEIi.'r.' ly,laW.of Ahcliaa coanty'an4 SUte of Florida. ;

;! ,toyoer sweet,.'tarnal nice red p ips,, can furnish Lunch at the shortest. tie vis:Cold l ; aa .. ,Pilot St.Jobos Bar.'. deed.1 to:! afUon. Judge 6f Probate of said i:! 4

Ham,:Be f Tongue, Pfesfcet,Trips; Shrynips, Sari Wctti6. TO i.i'oiDuu bq. I panty a.,final settlement ;and at the same '. ;. I
I F 4 .J& do haiL 'Jonathan,did Von lines Fish Ae.;,he has had Uquors aadWines sea '- Atlantic.fc Gall Ball R.tfomBE c.,. tiqte..hAU.pp1: ,to said court for letters of
},.t ''about a-IUD' as was huggedto 1ectecl by judges fa N. IY drk.'ad, paid Qe next annual election-for Directors of 'Jic= JW.fgD..gthlsl: discharge from the administration of said Estate. i

I feel'all Ugh est jIrioeI for'them, and,be tWaU Wine Atlantic &Gulf Ball Road Company Hear Sir: I have used your Indian LoxeeustIn ., All persons interested. ''desired' '
G&ok-.a4 mane me of the first quality: also Porter and AW. .L;_j the
and Liquors
and have found valuable .
'._ i Gentlemen wul please call udJ1I e for themselves will beheld at the city of St.Aagdstine at thesaid my family, a very takenctice. p DrCT.gtANDLTAdmi'x.

ten .'acw' you. .J Datb.!!' and speak of me as they find me. :1i 6 paint,wffl boJacksonville Court Room In the Court House in city, remedy for Diarrhoea. take,great pleasure. .',-Ai'1tir SEBROll'l.SANDLY A

soekr as, if Fd like.to' tug,you a?ell _to plow aq whO imp_favor me with a'even at twelve o'clock on Monday the 13th day of in recommending it to the. ubiie '.-.b'e sue. E.,Fla.April5,.1851.: |
2i''4wth too, you tarsal nice plump, ele? ,..i .. 1. ( -. ;. S.. TYLER .October l1utjJ831. ': Respectfully; J.E. TOWNSEND. '

."alai,critter, you" ... ,.OetlklSSL' tt .'" -A. G. BENSON 'V, Egbert Pointett',Esq _. ,- -. 'lI, 'lit. +. ..1.1 tie Creditor.,_ ._ .S.._ -'
now J r
. .ce.ny, Joaitlaa" : t J. "2 -B: A PUTNAM 4GEOv A LL PERSONS having demands aplD the
,: 'lisp ty itch slat k gal r ; cJAetaotvvuttitE. Fla Miy 17.'1851;
; 'you are a ," ,_ KODHE < ';; FAIRBANKS, ', 'that.I bad X ?Eat4 oBebeatit L Read,lito of,u"fCoa'Dty.
X-z 'aaa'i Jove aihamedTonatbsn, ._ ., ,'.. Dear Sir: This may certify to yon t.
veil!I.*ee KOI ribbon; S." T Monroe, Ea t I II Florida*' CrantiiuioeMs' : a negro girt suffering under a severe attack of deceased,are herebj uetified to jar- x
t: ..t""t r f : -I ., ;Avl:01851:"r' tel' : D'urrbcesand-that i. raze' t7 bottle ofpreparation sent them"to.tbe undersigned.within two year* +

11-_ you c de m. r iW an ii aka 1 'THiSab ocrrwpectfuliy nformsthe ,, '- (. -, called J&dian Loxeeutt effectually from! thed\te.Qtthiff notice, 'or they :will be .

d ; "d I shouU.lik. *'tobettfd .;cblie itt ei that this heaves wlin>e O4. f :Notice; eared her and.. odd take this method ofre.oommeadingit foreter.barred).irtftlnte. in itifa cast" made .

1Jt\*n'+'Sere l shouldn't" JonatLan-rtta" opced tor the:fteeDtMD': iom" "fb7ulis'10th OIX UOHTHS fifter.iate,,1, will pftsenl toO ai a very. valuable MedicintCau uidprovIded.:3 \ ,

comes"mother'1 .' 61 of0elobtir;end faWuk ti p.t th., tiala1' ;thJ.Honorable Judge of.Probate for Colambia Tours truly; JOI18RstNTLY.,. 'H, McG.. .BREAD4JeBANEMinimal. ;. j
1.-t P tabh wJlbe f1IndIIe4 Touchersf f "t V : c
duet MItiaDa county, my'aamunta and as : .
HiritAis $onr everal aireeti rib 1M bed the and DO Vo1lb-' on the Estate Samuel Hinson.Uts'of'said Sr:NICHOLAS,'July 31,185L,: SepL 13 IBSIi"; cc'-'M" .--..3mf' ;
Administrator '
**opened throogli the Method., leor ezpoasi wmbe Salol.: eamforta.lds .county"deceased.'fori'1AneXrpEd 'which !ad ,Dear Sir:.This'is to certify that two Bottles ._ 1 ;. f. : f'.7rn'
LJgktrtreefjBtUU wbo sag'eels- -.q 1! I '. .Q'e"herebi: -.waited :*_ of your Medicine called INDIAN LOXECUST ," J.a
grays )34 iii tI.itosticd :
a The 4 sad :. st.Sodt Floridaibmaay perio ----eu17"-6M of lrNegiobef\f9seveweiDiarthcas. nit .. 1 lute!
: of tna ,
.BBabeij .et, t .rnuiu tbja. } take notjdeas I 11iA11 ssk to.bi. ischarged JD ; tt' W8 .
bee aad > advtsges 'oILr.2.par; / J take"pleasure%in..reeoame S. .
reUUre* I of said eatate .
removed the administration '
jbj further :
\ or'aUh, sad a o"part > ., the va / : "
id valdable
is.week;In taking. ootjhe'eof ni oj mon eaaM veal agswabM rset t, than tM hr.cieri r ,,: *$ *.M :WMH.ROUS8EAUAdar.V1W1. ; dlng your ; .M and'aafett a4'b.1witboatdottbtolioofthebes 8Bo'lIi" j.

t,' a My wto,his been 4ead aerea-' ot Lake Eeereey4Ptrloal. flIMIDc aD. J ;LIMIO1reTi As ..-''Ii ";. tbcvE' 'tliiirntt"; NM 1.o.dft-lCt i sBewttteia
tC._ ,. dies fat this dfiafit Yrasa .
.Ib.llc1.beblg'partlallferoTulB W ). .ftW7 J .ltt -- .. ,
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Me. husband of the dec M erpa Shan>h i;asthS au.tr ; J. y,' \n's w Wt BoneaadPbrae.l .t'"f'ty' 4t.'L'fTl1tn ''&WILCOi''i. .
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J -Aanzturnut&wfl1b1nssTtid on- the followOnVddllar 1 Carts '. ..** eouree Collegiate : l C01mTriEJ.II"l" PummA. "Wb1CbIS9 for sate at '-'"
I VlsltlBf f4Li-.iTII7CoLVxItA' $ the
/ : fl1uiettad1ng! dies; the benefit of a course of Pritate Lectures : Jo,,
t-' r'r.JDltermrfr .."" : ..1I 1 Labels-' P Ire., _e.,T;Ice.: --7 under two distinguished Professors of SUI'JtU1connectMYith M. Whit Smith;'Omoeat"AlliJor.iri .. FOR,CASH, OB .COU iRtpBXJlrjgat : )
lines and under K:?-AIl Wit for work oft .tind,to It paid Oflibsat f' -
I per Sqitrs of,twelve dtlivtry.'j on. .- different Medical CoUegeetogeLher M:O'BiifUj Ne1tll the I store formerly occupied-by Mr7.!

t 4J lhe,first inseitlon,.ana 75,cents. *,for.. each subseatntinstruonT : v June 14.- with hir"past experience and observation llii3 '; 1 I. IT Harrison, Bay street Particular, ttSTTT'called -
tt Toyeariy advertisers: a Ubert\dU -' : ,- of diseases different latitudes,while engaged -+ <. to Jill large and elegant ..;
t l ; "I the active practice. ;
several In

f ntwiHbeniad'e" be .for before_ in.serrion .:: .VALUABLE: "BOOKS,, of his profession For. willenable years him. to afford, essential .MoQaeen, '.Mblntbsh_ ;: :VA r ftadlct' \Bonaeu! ::'f$':;;
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J 03: All vertfcementi mutt JUST PUBLIShED AND: FOR SALE BF' relief the afflicted'who may' confide I.T TORJfJS" %> .A\tf; "L A W" of the latest and most approted ttvi ir
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their to his hands.' .
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JOHN S. TAYLOR Circuit"Courts .th.tf ; :'
f ric quishOsummaY be.ascertained .. 3 will "tITILLr.aUeDd the:, r-AD 1
our ermftB* Calls from either the town or country HATSREADY.X'Z&

tad transmitted with jhe advertisement.Q3T BOOKSELLER .AND: PUBLISHER, be, met with equal promptitude., ." : Eaitern" Circult; the TJnUed' State!: 1 CLOTHING,,BOOTS 8HO 8CaH
N. 143 Nassau Street Nno District Court a&St..Augustinef&h Supreme
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with the number be'found when not'professionallyengaged "
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Advertisements not ... I Court Tallahassee ; and'prosecute Claims lot! and examine, before porehuj
.fiosertieni required,will continued until. rorbidand. fTUlE following :Books will be sent by mail free at his office on his farm in the Western citizens in any part Florida againstthe Gorernment'at -> where.' D. MCUQ ...'

qed,{ r.., .. .1.. of postage/ any part of the, United States, i suburb of the town. Washington,either before Congress I jacksonmeMay3,1S.51.Plantation ;ct.
:'on the receipt of the for the Jacksonville Aug. 16 1851. tf 11. "
money same, which ...
?Fri; dollars will be charged for all announce at the Departments. .
or .
forwarded T mail risk
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I me its candidate fur office. 'lisher:- Wm. M' Lawton & Co., 3r AXB&XSS, Jacksonville,East Florida.. and mil-SI 't f\i:

: One square,for Six Months, t I .liD 00: The Sacred M'O ntain&By Her. J. T. Headley. May 11, 1850, tf Sale. I

Notice to Debtors and'Creditors, I' 1 00 1 ToL 12mo. Illustrated., Full cloth, 91; gUt FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, ....... I WILL DISPOSE OF at Printel.1

for Letters AdministratIon 5 00S3T edges, extra, $1.50. N 13 Southern Wharf;; Charleston S. C.WM.
!- ;, : Application The Sacred Mountains., By Rer. J. T. Headley. Oscar Hart,, ....1 ale, my PLANTATl NOD tJ t -
: All religious notices will be inserted gratui-: 1 voL 18mo. Without the plates. Suoday. chool M.LAWTON, t WM.M. TAYLO, St. John's rirer, at the mouth of J :

," f n'ily. edition. 50 cents. R.WAINWRIOHT BACOT, JOSE B T. DILL. ATTORNEY AT LAW,, creek; sixteen miles above Jackaonvill.
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:33: All admissible personal communications will Sacred Scenes and Characters. By Jl T>J. T. Sept.. C, 1851. ; .0 fWm (Office in the Court House-,up stairs,) situation is known to be the most beat- .' :'
# ,. chare! u advertisements. Headley.$1 1vol. 12mo. Illustrated... Full cloth, practice in thelITeral Counties of the river, and remarkable for itS'I&IIIIrftn..

[Q"" AlI bills for Job Printing,must, be paid on, the Sacred; gilt Scenes edges and, 1.50.Characters. By Rer. J. T. D. Smith WILL Eastern Circuit Florida, and at- not a case of fever having occurred thert"

,(t'iv ry of the wort. Headley. 1 ToL 18me.. Without the plates. S. SADDLER AND HARNESS MAKER, tend to the collection claims against the U. many years The dwelling is :spaciootaa .
school edition. 50 State Serrices and for Horses lost comfcrtable and calculated for the
fl cts. for Military ,- aceooa .,
33" AU communications: mast be addressed tot JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
! r I History of the Persecutions Battles of the Wal- or other property! lost destroyed by tr opsln dation eta large llimit,.. The land (aboaUM

the Editor, pcftcsc pni.-f, denses. By :Rev. J. T. Headley. 1 voL 18mo. All orders thankfully received and promptly attended said serrice. acres) is of good quality,, and well adnt.l...;
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SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. Sunday- chool edition. 31 cts. American and Foreign Agency
Napoleon and his Distinguished Marshals. By Rev. Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and admirable site for< a steam saw.mill at Ui

1' J. T. Headly. 1 vol 12mo.. Illustrated. Full CITY OF WASHINGTON soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed. mouth of the creek, and it possesses the ad.. .

f THE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity cloth, 91. TT N D E R the direction AARON HAIGHTPALMER officers and soldiers. tage of being in the centre of a section'! I 1 1country

I inform the planters of Lone Staple Luther and CromwelL By Rev. J T.Headley. 1 U of New York. and WORTHING. Also, will give his attention conreyancing, finely wooded with yellow piai-.1 ,

L Cottons that he still continues the manufacture rol. 12mo. Illustrated. Full cloth, $1. TON GARRETSON SNETHEN of New Orleans, to examining Tites! and Records,and assertain- There is a flourishing orange grove catit I

.- of the Iatcstimproed ROLLER HORSE GINS Rambles and Sketches. By: Rev. J.T. Headly. 1 Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme Court of ing claims to Lands. premises which formerly produced an io_''Iof "'

double and single, at his usual; rates and is vol.l2mo. Illustrated. Full cloth tI. the United States. All business entrusted to him will meetwith a thousand dollars year, and will l ''t
The Power of Beauty. By Rev. J.T. 1 This establishment is formed for the following jhcf
ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice. Headley. do sO
: attention and all instruments again judging from the
prompt ; of writing present"th I
.. vol. 18mo. Illustrated. Full cloth,50 cents gilt objects: t
For the of the Gins to the ;
will be executed him with and of
healthy the
75 cents. by neatness and appearance trees.
edges, extra, 'ni't
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Post Office
w Letters from the Backwoods and the Adirondack. business despatch. at Mandarin is within twomiWsiand :
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AGENTS.; cloth. 50 cts. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims their regular trips to and fromSayau4..i* I r

1''' -iVillalonga fc'Acosta, Centenrillage, Ga. Biography ofthe Saviour and his Apostles; with a in law or equity, against the United States before Those: wishing to purchase: this property,inr l I t

j.. Capt. .R. Bythewood, Beaufort, s. C. Essay Portrait on of the each Character, engraved of the on Apostles.steel. With By Rev.an Congress Governments or the Executive before Departments Boards of, or Commissioners. against McRobert Baker call on, or address by letter, the subscriber i' I *

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and obtaining the remission of fines, _
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& office other
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t rI.' Gins, or Gins repaired,- please direct to Shanty, the Blacksmith: A Tale of Other Times. foreign 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of P'v- .'i' ..rdr.' .flu l unremitting attention to hisprofession. EUN<< ) Y 1AS3D rl

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.V* f\ : St,Mary's, Georgia. 50 cents. moneys on mortgage of real estate lying therein. care sVnll avf with prompt nttention.J For the surviving, or the widows, or miaer _. -r
Miy31 I. 1551.; 6m tOy of the Valley. By Mrs. Sherwood. 1 roL 18 7. For investment of funds in United States and McROBERT BAKER. children of deceased,officers and' JI
prinies fwio
, %1 mo. Illustrated. 50 ct&The State stocks and loans collection of the dividends August 24 18 O. .
I Shorter Catechism of the Rev. Assembly of served in the
thereon, and, generally for the transaction of all ;
, ; Divines. With Proofs thereof out of the t _
NOTICE. Scrip business pertaining to a Law, Loan;; and Banking -- -- -- War of 2812 with Great Britain&t ]
tures, in words at length. Per 100, *3. Aeencr.Q ;
" J. McRobert Baker.
, .. STEAM' SAW.MILL. FOR SALE.. :?='AH communications addressed,post paid, to Mexican War ; or in any" of thela: : ;'

t. THE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale, on rea- Extracts from Opinions of the Press. Messrs. Palmer A Snethen, American and Foreign ATTORNEVf AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. F.; dian War, since 1790.itt. : .

: termshis STE4MSA W.MILL SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTERS-By Rev. Agency, City of Washington' will receive prompt NOTARY PUBLIC. Terms moderate, where'the claim is ,,tab1jJJ.c!
t AND MACHINERY' : J. T.' Headley.-ThiJs to Gare1'aFerl'1, Dural considered a companion to the "Sacred Moutttairu PALMER A SNETHEN, COMMISSIONER appointed by the following Slatesto .- J1

- I county. Florida. .The Engine is 20.horsepower ," by the same author. Its object is to illustrate Office No. 6, Carroll Place, Capitol HilL take Testimony AJfidaritt fr Acknoielndgemeat The Subscriber balM appointed Agent< in the.DtfSriitofCnlambiafor ,

; ,1(1 inch cyle der, 3 feet stroke, and 2 and "render more life-like" the Sacred Writ Sept 8,1851. tf to be wed therein: the -'../ "' BM '
j i boilers, 24 feet long, 36 in. diameter; all incomplete ings. It is not the author's design to supersede the British Commercial Life' Insurance k'i Y*

' t order, and ready for immediate use. Bible; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to obtain Masonry, Bricklaying, Plastering Maine, Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts, -'td

:. i It has also a corn mill attached. The Engine and become intimately acquainted and perfectly &c. Connecticut New York, Pennsylvania, Company,
i and Machinery will be sold separate if desired. familiar with its history, doctrines, and laws: DeawjreMiryland! ; Carolina, Established in 1820,arid empowered by art of Po5 Atment.
' : For terms to know its truth, to imbibe its spirit, feel its power THE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of South Carolina Georgia Alabama .ror theirisnraneeofLivrs and the endovess ]
f apply to PaWn -
- me or to my and partake of its salvation; in a word, to prize, the public that he is ready to nfcbildren.in London,New York of Washington C/ .
: Jas. B. C lle. Mississippi tb
r:' ;:: agent,, < in some measure, as it deserves, this treasure,whichis do Bricklaying, Masonry, Plost.eringStucco July 27 1850. CAPITAL, $3,000,000.
A. H.: COLE. indeed beyond price. We predict for it a circu. Work, &c., .&c. He will furnish plans and ly Communications !rir
: _Palatka Fla1MaylO,1851.tf lation far beyond any of the author's former works. drawings, when; ,desired by persons for whomhe Washington D, C.,will receive prompt to the attenoosv sbbsenkr th' "
r II The Nan Jan. 7th.
. is engaged to execute woik, without extra I Philip Fraser M. TUOMPSO,., | tin

Notice. SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTEU-By Rev J. charge. He is well known to the-citizens of I A TTORNEY& CO UNSELLORAT LA W Attorney at LajDandCoixtisrioverof *.
T. Htadley author of the "Sacred fro
". SIX .MONTHS after date, we the under. work will add greatly to the Mountains"&c.This reputationof Jacksonville as u competent mechanic, HIU! JACKSONVILLE FLA., Deeds for North and South CartKm .
work he has performed already for citizens P. on'
- signed, Administrators on the Estate of the author. In literary merit, it more than S.-Refer.ifnecesury,toiheflead,ofD.psa t '
Micajoh Deen, late of Columbia county, deceased equals his "Sacred Mountains." Mr.'Headley ex- of the place, he refers to as an aiiduicual
, will prw.nt our accounts and vouchers eels in his glowing style and vivid descriptions. His dence of his qualifications. Eastern to him in the Courts of the Washington Citj.November, 1 50. -tt": gid

to the Honorable Judge of Probate for said works are a rich treasury of all the sublimity of f: Casts and Moulds for ornuiuWtai plastering Circuit, and the Supreme CourtsTaf -- .. ,

county,to be discharged from the further administration thought, moving tenderness of passion, and rigor also furnished. JOHN VEtS. Tallahassee. He has also such an advantageous : STIMSOIL() rigllid
of said ous strength of expression which are to be found connection with an able Lawyer at Wash & CO'S -
Estate ; for which all per- N.B."To Planters he would ,
the : he has much ;
in all languages byyhich: mortals declare their say ington City as will ensure a and
persons-heirs, legatees,or persons interestedare mlnds.-&e Daily Globe, Jan._4th. experiance in putting up Sugar Batteries, and collection of such claims as prompt be speedy New-York, NewOrIeans.MocdIM: !:

. hereby requested to tak notice. RAMBLES AND SKETCHES-HK&V..J. T.Headley. solicits work in that line, confident that he can his hands Against the United may States. placedin bile JIll

RHODA CORINTH, .-We hare not for a long"!Qme sat down to a give the amplest satisfaction. Charges moder- Sept. 8th,.1849. ly Express- -i'is I,,",
WM. H. ROUSSEAU, book with more pleasing anticipations, :or found ate. J. L BY EVERY STEAMSHIP1OFFICES .izirI1-r

: Administrators. those anticipations more fully realized, than in the Jacksonville, May 31, S5J. ly -
Little River Aug. 16, 1631. .6m. perusal of the work before us-and we know it R. D. Kondrick>> : < tiriUs

.- will be hailed with gratification by the many admi. ,AGENCY .. ,
of the talented author. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR LAW, No. 19 Wall Street New' ,'' :
... i>: Floats. rers "Napoelan and OF York H aw '
: hit ManhaU' was, perhaps, as popular, and foundat Dr. S. S. r.'TC111'S! WILL practice in the several Courts of the St. Charfes' Hotel l Building,-N. Orletai IY.-?
THE as the Agent-of Hon. least as'many enthusiastic readers as any book Circuit and in the Counties of
; L.YULZE, offers for sale that.can be mentioned. We think the "Rambles ,CELEBRATED. MEDICINES.Used Hi11 borough and Benton of the Southern Cir Mobile Agent, ,M. BOULLEMS

FbeThottsandflee: Hundred and Fifty Acres and Sketches" ,are destined to be as popular at 'himmth cuit. of Florida. & Every attention paid to tfor" oUectij t t
: of by thstsngwss1zesucces in the
: ;. ; LAND,. least There'as.ia not any a.of dun his chapter'previously In the published work, filled works.as it .;;' T 'cureef .. f :: .-r. : Tampa Bay; October 28th 1849.-nor.17. Drafts, Notes, .5 e. ;.?-!j eJ.
infraeUof4: 80, or 160 acres; to be located on with "an infinite rariety." The author has ample Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh Cold.
0,#;. wry the jrabHc lands in the State of Florida,sub. room and verge enough for the employments of his I 'Wm. BL Tunno, NOTICED oJ'" icse;
J ed to entgthe IndOffiee. fine talents to AsthtnaHearttDiseases-Dyspep.: .
: and
great advantage- most sncces- FACTOR & COMMISS "
l JOSEPH FINEGA1C. fully has he accomplished the task. The biograph.: sia, 'Gonorrhoea, PilesT 'Female ION MERCHANT, 1E have appointed T. O.Ifor.wzsonr &> ft?
" >.'Jacksonville,,Jane%8,1851. tf ical sketch of the author is interesting-."well N rlk 'Commercial Wharf; 1 .Vt t tei2a Agent and Attorney, to settle-iay .

-- considered," and adds much to the value of the; Complaints, &c., &c. F b.,14--11 .Charleston, S. C. andaJlbusmessm the name of Palmer&Fcri beiu

'Administration: Notice. book, which is got up in a ve7neat and attractive ALSO To collect and receive all debts due the firm rf
ALL; PERSONS. I interested are hereby'notified,; style Dec.16tz.: by the .pu usher.- Transcript, Dr. S. S. FitchVSupporterSi Shoulder Harmonio Institute Palmer &, Ferris, by Bond-Mortgage I&.t.....

.fA.: That eix months from the date hereof; I-shall L Bracts, Inhaling Tubes and Lecture orotherwise, also for Darius Ferrisdecesst Jn,
Mr.Headley i one of the Center
most"'promising. St.
Jollen Street and All
))leIla'my aeeouot of my administration of the t Wii. Market Square, persons having demands Pa1mffoY
ters of this country, and have on Consumption and the
we here
tate of Henry Jlutley"J1eeeuect,to the Honorable'Judge I one ot his SAVANNAH, GA. &Femsor-DarinsFerris deceased. wiU'F
best books-H which lie 'e
of Probateoffluval county, and uk!for*I fame.It. .on the unfatiguing can charms safely rest'his art ofpreservingLifrandHealth F: ZOGBAUM.Ii 'CO,:Importers' and Dealers sent the same to T.O. Holmes for paymeaVtf
final settlemeat with the possesses of'pe-i 'DP
my.administration. ,thereof same! ; and. discharge from I feet simplicity and truth. There' is a graceful to Old" Age, 11 ,. in 'MUSIC"and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS all persons indebted'to Palmer & Ferris orJrins > *
SUSANNAH IL&RThEYAdm'L frankness. pervading the composition, which engages < : ,-a-c: -.4-c. '. every description,wholesale and retail. r Ferns,are requested to call on'T. -roTI!

August- 9,1851. .6m" the interest of the reader in 'the Author as I Ihave'been: appointedAgent for.the s leof I at Complete New York Bands prices.furnished. ,and Dealers supplied forsettlementand make payment. O.HoJIIIIJ 'ftalltcter,
well as in the subject. :His rambles ,
about ,
-- tbe .
Rome abore Goods, and.will.keep.themconstant. J.'H.: SARAH P. FERRIS,'
Paris,and London, exhibited, a thousand lively McRORY, Jr., -
NEW CLOTHING STORE.J traits of an ingenious nature lyon hand atmyDrng: store, in the Town of June 21._ ly, Agent, Jacksonville. :Adm'x.'ofD.Fixaisdec; s1m':
man of r
: MODE Agent basopened anew CLOTHING taste will delight to linger. wrpredict.for, thIs a Tampa Tampa Bay,Fla, ':" -. .__ *..; DAVID L.PALMEB. '""
i ....AND.DRV GOODS STORE, on-lfey street, we Meal to that of anT of the author's works.-':'; : Dr. L. ROGERS. .ouDtY'L & General lacbonTUJe.Jan.;) r ,850.. .it 'carcjAdministrator's
'dO IJABtof Mr. .Agency .
Finnegan't and reaDMt.. T c' .. '" ,toUae
t. filUi-- lvites: he.clU&eDl or JacbonrilIe -Bua the The collection,isw one'of which Bears Bears U BearsUI. ., 'WASH NGTON; D CZOsEPliT. *
no author '
5urrondingcmintry; to .come and 'see for'them ashamed.' .
wives.- Yoa will some of Mr.Head- I 'OIL.and Wil1girt '
"tWit" heapw positivelybuy tha.n.frfer! your VSSs roods' thta left most brilliant and.high-finished compositions GREASE that.theCitizens Florida will prompt and efficient attention to the .BOUNTT .S'JX' M NTU. ,:AFT I'DAT :Y-e: jSI t

konvillo before) : .you. did ;: -of theyr !specimens of hi abilities.by which he ehipto me in' _Sarannah.Iwill pay for the Oil LAin' CLAIMS officers and soldiers engaged in our accounts and voucbersjQ' .C&JI.IUI
...JuB J.MODB.- mayte judged with the greatest safety to his One-DolZar: ,, : the late'Florida 'War lionJudge of'.Probate
14.18&I.. 'Gm' a fame a pf/fo the Grease Fifty.CentI i II or either of thei'/iu/un i for ,sColumbi eot*& 'JiT'r;
i;' .. &I 1W&uneDes.world.palnter-12'th1849.'The afldthInker.NewYork.' : q Pound,the articles must be PUrl or.I frill SM It W art in rhicb the united States hare been en Florida; for a:,final settlement; and ask S* '

Hdtice.T 1 N.: abciTi positively reject them. tla m, a good'Judgejt gaged'or'the1'Wai' fritA ,Great Britain ;of;,1812 charge '"" the further Administration**. '..
I =AtUatic Boob wiD 'be forward c\ to or- them. .Themnstbein tAeiMtUf'alltate. and to description of business ,p Estate of Archibald Hogans:' 1ate.ot.J I4.idty '!.J14 OJ
t GnU Rali Read C..pu der,'&&the JD'icesment.i ned, tree ,requiring an
next part otthe'IJnited Ststesonthe otpostaJeto any 1" ,W.HUMPHEY& Agent or Attorney at Washington 'For. deceased, of which .all, persona inf erP :'
ninua1ilection procn Ja
for Dfr n receipt ot orders -
THE Atlantic.&.qutr R*tl.Road i 01 with mODey., -!(oney'ma7 be sent b7 man atmy, 'f ,WaoLDAUDJtuGG1ST; .ring land,warrants his charge will be",95., .In we- desired to takenotice.- :_ .< w 4.. a1at .1
Compa' !k. Nov. 16 1850. other cases it.will be .
r _
ly l Ge proportioned ZUOGANSAd'* *
will beheld at the city ofStA V avapa"; .. to the ."na i *

I Court Roma in 'the Court H6usein* aUn"Bald, .':. t e JOHN. S. TAYLOR,Publisher.August To P t''ltIasterj..post ture and difficulty of"the case. _. ,: THe I J-BOBBRISi"sASi*| | ik A".'!I
Jat'twelve CU" U3'N4UlaU-ltrt. << Nnc'.Yor}. "- Office will also act in connection with Ahgator/na, May17,1S1-
o'c1ock'ou Monda7the' 13th *, .,, Agents or -, ,
-dayi r 2m. oi,8 ps.mHE.undmigned A ttorneysIrPlorid&whoma7 -- ;!}
October .* be
nexttl85r.. '- b '-. employed in .
.. Bounty land and ,,.
Poateaater other claims
fl4it: ; .L. .A.-G1 BENSON; ,Executor's Not .1. Alleghny Po. Pleasant Grove, ,oaterinswjiich .AdrnInIstraoI.NQuoer? 1Uc1
ft I ,11 : B; PUTNAM ce. Maryland,'It the first person maybe greed upon. Letters' (which'-should
HEREBY 'GlVENThat: 111the..UJ3.whoconeeired and and ,be post-paid) 'will -receive TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GwENTW5.Linontb5fromdatel.ska.l : :
cL. I" .' tGEO B. NOTICED six to rtook.extensively ; : immediate atten .
: AIBBANK8, < date; I man apply to i the Hon.? flees with publish, the.ld ot.cupplyiog all poet of. tion. ; 'Ang.,171850tf' : spplHob. /;". a4t n

AugPiS5l.- C, 1j'1Ilr1, .TadIe'otProbate, oi.unva*county for,a final ,disehajge. -- 'arearreted cbeapetam' .; "All $tampanadq b7 him : 3ndgeofProbste of DuVar: eountjf,:"; I '

.. .. -td' from the Administration the Estate or can be: oqualor at ItIpNfor to iDi'ot.her that >: cha1esDewtAtCTIONJ3EB final discharge from tbed ijjstrtIteL'! 'I;f
procured the
M&tth H. lame
w : Phflipa; late of.aid'county ofDnval, : fee, a nheneyer. :Estate of Solomon Hnfitaghaaj late"'of:'
Notice. any are tent.OUUD
t..r deoeasod. .
' ) > : ALBERT Q. PflfajPS any wa7defecti".or'Im _' .,
.S, 'I '017,aopliO&tel man : county? DYaIdcea.4; > II":
tttSffiIH8 ll \ dtIvill August 23fc-185U (elm Exocutor..V be Md .oza noti e; without .: T : / T t
to ,
. >, .the.JJou ble 3u4ge of Proat present'!or Co- i'-p :.,: ,'.: :: : ---. _.. :: .. .. I qbup.! '.AlI;1'h: order : '''- i i1sna Om ;, ,!; Ha'jl0 1831. 'W1L, "B.aOSlT; "mt !1 ,"' i t:

Jamb coantt. 7'accountl JUld 'Yop.c1ieJ'SAd -,,,,; SESgj) flAXES2.h be *WJM&ZSSfSji( nSALzsln 01 (the'Couni1 aUended. ",. ,.. r ,- _- ...., !, 6t. t.'W1
) t r $ .
J; i & JpfaMto Ct ..
strdor'o.A the! I' p l.1: :
Addreas"ost .
""i'4 ateof8IHfnbYNfl nlR80N),I1aTJng'oJd 1ronBralSS .. 'Mata2-PIeMant, .. Grore AU ft.... "T aeksonyille..'ltIOUel&ecL'q ..jI. ,._ .. : 'EXe1orBffoIceTTi : !?! .
o.nt'.t or'\A1fpe'r 1o
<< : : n oMcL" -rAD1e I. 1 '
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er c w. lr hfT : ; li p1i.lWim tl .. :: -_ : I.tEN: : it
; reques&kto2 W .
\ sending eaclL l iJlJ C' ditirsbalEppiy: ;
acpp t. -
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Sfft fapersliau i-- '
/ ed fr cia VT.. 'nIUEyl4; iw dP1Lort.ha. 're etve41Ib Si : receive ZZ1 J f ;'-it2re'IECUTBfl4THI3ppIC i. Hon..Jn .t i
tmTIJrWomnrrTEuwJicmeTu .'t : orProb8t of1nn1cqunt1
.t.at twice the
.x1'J.UWJrf.IJ: OtTS A.e : .; 'of1haJJi1U&QfMred r'U IprQfen1d amount .! l.JL.rt1 d: a ftD 1: lseli 'ho1zltfl 1 i Qtr tJ "t
; "Wti sow It
I Et'AcJm'r j > en ed a. ... '
LlttWRlTer, Au;. 11, J8 t:;''''' '6 r.h., EORt1E: )lQni Y ropr.idar. gra.V..ing iJt !CA.! r 'i" T-A Eatat OfJ hn, '- 'r'MId a -
t'l"- D' 1 t -5"f,
,' May 17.- "Jt1r' :o: Dollar,:--:._ '" Aftc1.de8JJD., pt till vaiueptPiv 4i O sss#} m.s ..L "c.t ; f-'" '
', Jung U 185 ) 'b"It.
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