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 18, 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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it :row8 with our growthjtal'strnicnlens : VOIhXIil rJlCKSONVIL f- ,FLA.;.s ATIIBDA'ji, O T. lS".1 I. No. / Fugitive Slave was arrested here thisatr*

Par y'implaate '. .1 I,ning.and brought; before'U.S.' Commiationer
? with strength. It re- -- SAbIne for examination
pur I forthwith* The belli
i,! !p t' fCea Ofreason'' and the, .P e.j j hereditary. ,fanaticism' J. was a',convicted, a dis- med country-men,:with ;as i much: sympathy; I Were six shocks, th e'first at".2,P-,*H the se- of:the difl'ereuhcharchtSJAODIJQ8D.CId-tol11Dg, r
i bunionr acd t e kindred eympathiee ,_ c4 man'J. f \ for.tbe negrpY'as the canibal who would foster cond at,!'" the third.at4J',.t .fourth ,Jm. >}u J. and atuens liandbillswere to distributed.,calling"oaths

i r!i 'r awn P.,or 4)the ,cold( passionOlt thlsmann. was/'the.., schopl-compamoh- .of my' and-nourish'and.feast:tie oeing designed for' 'sAt, .,mycnmmerresidenceisthetonnt1'y the'finh at'3 :/'. and'the sixth'at T.ei'a. m. -PC?,_ Commissioner's congregrae an\l.aee..was mvve toon?crowded

th appeal youth-the Bev.'Richard ;Salter Stornr ofBraintreeMass. his ,1 whosei'solet r 8 h- and a rescue,waa atcnce: tuccesafullj
1\&ndx palaf eepirit1owhich! \ re per natives and objects ty miles*from,Melfi;-. thhonn'lhook: to its &rri.
woald.erect the .=who,lately'acquired for himself base and the edoutThe..negro is; now fast;on.hi .way.to

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irr justice or COQIpi on. were unscrupulous:selfishness on .: ,such:was.th .ribrationi that Canada and the agent of the eUiaaut.arrested
ponnment of its fame ofihe bone of martyrs; a degree of newspaper notoriety for an act one hand/end black:-perfidy"on the other= it was difficult ,4to d scCridlh '<8ta r '. For and-,.now, on examination -for' attempting ,
iDe invoke the blessihg'of the God of love and Jntoleranceand;: proscription\ ''in, the.expulsion these, with hyena appetites, anxiously waited mosf-dismal ten minutes':tones previous, th the s"d'house>icYtps dog"cackled howled in td kidnap a cititen:of :this country The excitement *

mercy on its'AvTjr ardor''tax&pitui accompHshnnit. eta member of his church,-wort hI of the' to seize the: time most propitious to their par-' hurried about as if fleeing from some anticipate intense., "L' i "i;

Its reign' !"would" desecrate*the- ; temple r most palm.-days, ,puritan; ;superstition" persecutionand pose; and accordingly at the' -moment when, ., danger and, a pAir,of turkeys. rose in the XAxicm--3 P. M. The, lave"s! recapforedj'

its"wwj6fbursVthrocgh the.re- bigotry.. air anti flew arQ.U c1.j flioaJe's, m Dg'ns if and two military companies are;goneOut"
the '
. .f justice,,ano twinkling 'of their political' dog-star announced guard him. 's'Ni
itr t&or.Li.. .JFreeapia pC,;opinioqha, ..noiiistecce I have brought.forward this; long buried incident the auspicious hour, the Sewards,'the' seized blsecret. tenor/while all'the dogs in .
the neighborhood:were In full bay. No Particular Final -
damage Farther., *-- Rescue !the Slav* '
, when''that- 'power .predominant;j jiaitS Mr:Editor, to show, practically and illustrativelyVirhew Slides,'the Halts, and all the hosts'of the scattereJ 'was -dorie\'at LiJdava, ,' or at Naples, beyond Trantn
! :1I ; pbce-Ss:reareid.a_ : hideous\tyranny; deepnnd firmly' rooted_ this and c6nfictmg"w5Tfi, >Vr political aposta- slight cracks'In old walls. 'I' e v *V.' .. .' 9 i o'clock P1L',

i: 'th .cruhes theattconflictswithits e first 1 bretl ings of 'lSeutii spirit of'fanatical, abolition was twenty years cy. flew into the arena and openly raised the All eyes'are now,turned upon Vesuvius On the return of the negro, the examination I
i m :own-the tyrany ago,:when many:affected to believe,and a large standard of Ethiopian philanthropy, liberty, subterranean safety-valve fires.through,anisteam.may: which the struggling find a safe was resumed with closed doom' ,The evidence. .

Bfefore I this power,juries majority did believe, that the foul heresy and social and therefore, is not known .
opinion. amalgamation vent and it is
; of public equality-of political, } generally supposed .that an Several white _men."ere arrested.for assisting
t bend in blind demotion, and.truth- ,is feeble and which has now brought the' country to the union. eruption is' imminent.although no: local :signs the negro in his attempted flight. ;

; powerless amidst the lists of a blinding infatuation. verge of ruin, was the mere fulmination of a Behold the fruits! are yet apparent The whole' country, fromNaple.s This being the County Fair day,a large con. .
t fox insignificant, and fanatics which Reggio and, tho Straits of Messina, is of surrounded the office
crazy course people 'police ;
i A new era has opened upon the social and a volcanic region forming that great viaduct of
"!lope withering flies, and mercy sighs farewelL" would explode in empty vaporing, and die of political relations. (life. The elements of discord fire which flows ,from ./Etna to VesuTilUl.Strmboli .- where the negro and the white men were undergoing .' "

Urged by this spirit the midnight deed of its own madness and folly. But even at that and social degradation hare worked to- ; in the Lipari group,which has been About an dusk examination the crowd began to throw stones

blood is instigated, andjllstified. .Impelled by period, the black waters of that current were gether. The coarser and, brutal, and disgusting burning for. three. hundred years, before the into the window of the police office prettyfree. ,
running darkly and deeply,though noiselesslywith Christian era down to the present time is one ly which had the effect to' adjourn the Court
this spirit, men in high places declaim with ignorance and manners of the negro cabinand of the escaPe-PiPes of this field of submarine and
but here and there bubble till 8 o'clock to morrow morning tFora
iriH and enthusiastic ardor, in favor"of measures a rising to corn field are mingled in social intimacy subterranean combustion but it.is inadequate after the crowd
would to the horrors and desolation the surface, from. its turbid, footed, and rancorous to those great occasions then the gases Of the adjournment'
: that lead intercourse with the polished,refrned"and seemed to disporse,'but' at about: 8% o'clock,
1 destruction of the alttn beds below. To the passing traveller, to overcbarged'earth seek a vent t; Vesuvius orjEtna in the 'and
S of civil war,and the intellectual elevation of social life. Fashion ; they began to break windows doors
the outward view no indications were presented are alone equal to such emergencies. and thus made an entrance into tho building i
' of Freedom ,
l' and the temple
fashion and refinement
of Liberty imperious -parent of taste his a curious fact that the apparently extinct ,
1 a"the fearful elements that then at ani carried of the negro. j
r: to din the demoniac frenzy of a fanatical deli- -in all ages omnipotent in rule, has bent volcanoes of ten'produce the greatest devasta All sorts of weapons were used in affray. i j
like subterraneous fires that end in
'. riGID would appeal to arms and tfie God of we t from her throne, and now wares her imperial tion. Vesuvius was silent for imniemorable Pistols were fired from both sides, but we,can
frightful and fatal convulsions in the natural l period down to A. D. 79. the date of the destruction J
;., tetflesr to accomplish their unhallowed pur wand over gay'and festive saloons of rank andgrandeur of Herculaneum I not learn that they took effect .on any onev-i
t world. It required an intimate acquaintancewith Pompeii. After I Several persons were badly hurt from clubs and
t pose. where mottled hues and blended a long interval of slumber Mount Eporaca in
, the materials among which the subtle stones, but none seriously .
la my early days ,I had as a school-fellow a- aronta greet the senses and bewilder the astonished Ischia burst out A. D. 1301, and covered the Tremendous excitement prevails and great
t ; poison was at work and slo1rly'difruing itself .
whole island with of lava and A. D.
a deluge
1 youth of great promise whose father, a con. eye. Grace and beauty have changed indignation is manifested towards Colonel O. ,
to find out the fatal truth. The traveller 1538, Monte NUOTO, in the C:1mpi Phltgraei,
, for the course he took in countermanding :
clc equally distinloubfrl their tints of delicacy and the fragrance of the Vcndcrbery,
jtegational .gym3nfaS of who of in thirty-six hours rose from the;bowels of the which"wu.to "
- ordinary sagacity, by means early the military) muster
a for his talents and his intolerance. friendships-associations of the olden tice- rose has been swept, .by the balmy airs of abolitionism earth, to a height of four hundred, and forty have taken place to-day. Had that'.not been I
." .We were companions (in and out of-cchooi) in from the Crystal Palace and the luxurious feet, near the site ot an- old| crater. The Sol done, all might have been stopped. ."v .: : ; ,'
and ties ofconsanguinity in various portionsof faterra in the same .vicinity continues to ;
; the frolick and peculiar to that The excitement which is greats isi.
, an waggery the.Northern sectiona.familiar confidencewas banquetting room, to give place' to the smoke.while the tw nt.r.:six'crltet's"around it. very

r I 'pj- and. frolicksome age, and to temperaments odors of Congo and the seductive charms of superficially judging, are extinct.It would creasing. -
i' ,established, the gcnn of future evils which i ,
: j'y and lively,tura. The fields and the has spread its withering and blighting effects Mozambique.. Wit sparkles from full-blown, be a rash prediction however, to make 'that A Terrible.Tragedy. '

I forests the jjay-grouod, nut the sanctum of jetty lips, and radiates its brilliancy over the they will never return to life, so long as the 'old'and' citizen
over the broad face of a once happy land, was i smoke issuing ,from the Solfaterra-indicates John Kirby. an respectable '
h Professor, can bear witnti* to the wild andhHckscme easily developed. Like the seed of the deadly I variegated scene of tints and tinsel, gaiety and the existence a bed of living fire around their of Tuscaloosa Ala, was shot in the Court I:;
v the redden i.nd mirthful House of that town on the 20th ult.: A rendcontre _
its beauty; whilst the "observed of all observers" foundations. From the formation of this Litter
it slow to but roots
Upas. was germinate, had occurred April last between Eire
3tt faU,of those joyous days of fun and frolick. and the admired focus of taste, elegance and crater a theory cf volcanic action .may be '
immovable and end its P. Hall also of
grew firm. enduring; deduced which by and Frederick Tuscaloosa
,there was little in the developments of the branches spread their baleful influence overall grace, stands forth, radiant in the shining lus- plausability, whether From just forty or to,not fifty, possessessome feet below in which the latter, who was unarmed at the

oJ" nth of that day to indicate an inheritance tre curls and and time seriously wounded. Hall was held ,
t. the surrounding -blighting with its woolly manly: sturdy pro the surface of the Solfaterra, sinking was
- J tie,gloomy misanthropy and sectarian aus- portions a rvnarcay'BvcK NEGRO! pits for sulphur, boiling water is always found, to bail, and appeared to take his trial on the
exhalations the ties of social harmony 'was when
pestiferous 30tli but on affidavit it postponed, _
tentycf the parent stock, or to give evidence "Perfumes as of Eden, flowed sweetly along. which heats the sand up to the surface, as any to address the Court I
the bonds of social inter- Kirby asked permission ,
mind-the fazatipl weakening And a voice, as ot Byron t, nnchantiogly sung''T one may test by collecting a handful; audit also .
tie cloudy distcmperment of refused. then !
t which Walker Kirby
i course, and from omens of fearful import, des- i? Grease! and living Grease, once more! has the effect, with,the under-lying'helt; to Judge Whit '
rfcrsion-that was to succeed. drew a pistol,whereupon Mr.Newton '
p boil the water in the alum vats sunk few
demolish that fair structure of Free. a
tined to. CEDAR KEYS, August, 1831. field attempted to wrest it-fromhimand in the
feet in the earth. Steam and smoke
K are constantly -
.These happy days passed away, and we sepa- dom to which eyes of a gazing woild have been issuing from the summits of the hills struggle it was discharged, tlo, .ball'"'passing

/1ft" feted for our several destinations in life-he turned *' around the well through Kirby's thigh,' severing: the femoral
hopefully SUfsttUantOuIJ.The crater, as as from a large cavity -
I to pursue his coU studies. which closed at "-aa the last refuge of Freedom designed' _at their base, all indicating that the earthly" artery, and ansinghis death in a few minutes
. JLadoier-I to the sunny South. and the bright harbinger of a glorious era to Late Earthquake in the Kingdom of "aplrs. strata rests upon a lake of water, beneath and penetrating Whitfield's leg, inflicting ,
painful but not a dangerous wound A:son of
ta ...iltny years afterwards, while on a visit in man; but, on the ruins of which, may be inscribed The following interesting account appears in formation which is a of fiery Vesuvius furnace.and.This all other probably volcanoes.is. t the Kirby's-supposing that his.father had been

t1: tteKorthtrn States, I met, in the family of a in appalling characters, a letter from Mr. Edward Joy Morris to the which, if it be the case, may explain their shot by Hall, fired at him,but missed--the ball

,,'. friend, ., a tall, dignified, middle.aged man in MAX IS 1XCAPABLE or SELF-COVEllMSENT!. Editors of the Washington Eepvllic. It is dated eruptions by the agency of these subterranean grazing the foot of one of the jurymen, and re*

.r tIS tie clerical habit, (between whom and myself It is a bold assertion, but not the less true, from the U. S. Legation at Naples, on the or waters overcharged heated into from steam distant, and and, when communicating [choked direction dounding of upon the the Judge floor., who Hall also was'arrested supposed that by

L, time kid left no signs for recognition) who that the eventful crisis on which the thread of 26th ult. sources of combustion, bursting like,a boil Kirby had been shot by him. Hall handed his .

F', from his relation had some time previous beeneofa our Union now tremblingly and doubtfully On the 14th nit the western portion of the er, and furiously exploding into the air the pistol,which wAs'still loaded, to the Judge,
i Z Southern continental part of this kingdom, from the and and placed himself the hands of the Sheriff* tiThe
religious mission in the States. attributable to the instrumentality superincumbent mass' their obstructing
: is
hangs, mainly northern confines of Calabria to the Roman This derives proceedings of the :day were of course t
is ELS features were of that cold, 'passionless, fri- of Northern clergyman. In tracing the frontier, was agitated by several calamitous contents.from the fact supposition that boiling water some is always support brought to an abrupt termination the 'oocurrence

giJcaaracter, which are the effect of the most progress of Abolitionism, few at the South shecks of earthquake. This convulsion appears ejected in eruption.The in its presence of such terrible trap :
-3 d nnrelaxing and for- to have had its origin in the volcanic region gedy.-Savannah Neics. '>. I.Rrrlsttfnl :
rijH ipline. Stern, have sought, or understood, the undercurrent I loss of life from the earthquake of the y
Kdfiag to repulsiveness, they seemed to havet47 and of its uniform of Mount Voltnre, about one hundred 14th nit., it is supposed, will amount to more .
of influences causes, steady, "
miles to the southeast of Naples. It is n detached than two thousand'five hundred souls. Every Scene
e kta studied for effect, and warped by strong and uninterrupted advance from its first glimmering and isolated eminence, three thousand effort is making by the proper authorities to Yesterday afternoon, Mr.S. A. Eing made

dt usual effort on the physical organization, to and rush-light flickerings, to its present feet in elevation, raising at the point where mitigate the calamity, and the government has his first attempt to ascend in'jiballooniromthe "

't impns with awe and veneration the vulgar lurid,broad, and incendiary glare. Few the Appenine chain terminates, on the borders already contributed ten thousand ducats to the Zoological Garden, Fairmount. He.was. unable 1

ai: He was portraying in vivid colors'ad been familiar with the characterof ofBasilicala and Apulia; its slopes and sum- the relief of the survivors.. It is to be hoped to obtain a sufficient quantity of gas but ':
'::aTX who have not mits are broken into numerous craters, of the I that fresh disasters may notarise, but serious not relishing the idea ate failure, and desirousof .r
ilrillinj accents to his wondering hearers, in 'and especially the New Eng of which no record exists but which 1 '
the Northern, vitality apprehensions will be felt_on the subject until preventing disappointment to the spectators,
if iitsolcmn and impress c manner, the horw land people; as a body, know the almost unlimited yet bear unmistakable evidences of eruptive Etna or Vesuvius get into action. he undertook to risk an ascent with partial in' 1

+ |:.tad Inhumanity of slavery,in South Caroaad influence,which clergymen exercise over violence at some remote period. flation, and in doing so came near losing his -
The of Mesfi from Mount Tol- The Last Dos Story.
city ,seperated life. His balloon dashed against the enclosure,
lJI .Georgia-cruelties, and atrocities, to the minds and consciences of their people.- ture by a deep ravine, is built upon the sum- The advantages of advertising are admirably then': in'contact with the Wire' Bridge,

i i ?&a tie family with whom he w:.' a guest Educated, shrewd, intelligent, systematically mit of a hill, the composition of which grey illustrated in the following incident whichwe and next struck'tho telegraph wires the'car

'et bend with shuddering, unaffected horror. taught the exercise of such power in their lavojintersected by strata travatine upon layers find recorded -in ,the. last Sandusky Democrat all the while swaying to.and fro in the wind I
of ashes, sand, tufa, and decomposed stalactites : Finally it descended into 'SchuylkilL The
- unfeeling barbarity: were re pzaeat theological institutions, they acquire an almost all denoting the site of an extinct, or dor- Mr. Luke Horton. of South Eighth street, balloon, after bouncing up and down in, the ,:i

; id as the ordinary government and dis- unbounded B"Aionr their communities. And cant volcano.. Previous to the first- shock a keeps Vdog called 'La Vega; ah' ill favored, water and half drowning the intrepid'voyager 1

hi" Mine of the lordly and brutal owners of the daring and 'reckless of reputation must thatman smallstream, which runs 'near the town suddenly fiercc-eyed brute whose untidy habits and cross ,at length rose to the western bankof the '

ate iblesufferin .Julf'Starved, ial '-clotlied' be"who to'set up his own opinion disappeared, and the shepherds on the grained temper cause him to be held in detestation river, where the osrpnaut struck terra firma.-
presumes mountain were alarmed by loud rumbling by the family in general, and by Mrs. The scene was a most thrilling one. Mr. King 1
9 laman_ beings_with immortal_ jsoul*- against that of "the minister" All.or noises beneath their 'feet. The monks of an Horton, his mistress in, particular. La Vega, was not much hurt. His escape was truly mi I

WI $&d I pthies ands ffec!ions-capable. nearly all' Northern clergymen are, and have adjoining 'convent' ,'admonished ,by these phenomena however, is a great favorite with his master. raculous. The spectators; bore the delay, and 1

drd II*wl and Christian elevation-with our own been abolitionists.-;- 'Reared''among impressions ;escaped from their building almost at About reek ago 3IrsJ Horton_became exasperated disappointment putiebUy, and, a majority of

r tetthich hel ishll.ttm-a heathen long in the moment it was rent in twain. At the first on account of some unendurable of. them were opposed to Mr.E.risking the danger -
a against slavery, and educated institutions shock Melfi/which contains ten thousand inhabitants fence committed by Layega,and privately bargained he encountered.! When in the water.boats ..f

tiia i1I.tll.liO.-h given the po".io where dislike i is nourished, :abhorrence wag prostrated! in.the dust, nothingbut with';ah oil,collector\ ; of soap-fat, named promptly put out to,his 'assistance.\ -The.excitement : ,r

'I I ". tradtJ &c. 'Thus said Vhe'prcacher..Ue 'ind hatredj their feelings and principles a few crumbling walls surviving the general Abe 'Walker,>who, for.('dollar fee,,agreed to was in tense.-Phil.American.Ifew ., :

lace fetliogs of disgust&and indignation joatr imparted in the solemn .ADd ,impressive ruin' tAn unknown number of ,its inhabitants take the'dog off and "render him up5' into tallow ,.' :
0 are were buried under.the falling mass of fabrics or otherwise relieve Mrs.Horton from the ,Mexlew. / ".- ; .
,' IlaIl ato>itedby declarations each A char- form-religious' precept and deannci'itory'injunction. ; up to the present moment seven hundred annoyance of his presence The St.Louis.Republican says;_ ,''This country :

. ,i in soch, a o leuin. earnestness, find In iU full ,force and,application :. 'dead bodies have been disinterred, and others ')' Horton, on >coming home to dinner. in.qnired never can anything until the 'crack of I\

.tt/_ soncUty o/'Ciii high ,calling, were this may be modified,'perhaps, to constantly being found; 'more than two for La Vega, and was- chagnined with doom,'. without a railroad, from the, :.- a
hospital, the information that his troublesome pet had With that 'and what'we shall cow she t II 'i
'7.oppressed by the respect due either 'Tew lathe extreme, but all In the degree. hundred persons'liein'anadjacent suggest,
wounds while absconded.. For some days the absence of La will to"sustain "
suffering under grievous many come out'spas from two to five a
" tt&miJ1 of which I was A'g1cat or to the Bu t wns'tanjrdropping Rears away'a'stone.'Thus have been dug out alive from the ruins,- Vega'gave occasion for: much-rejoicing in the hundred'thousand people in &', thriving.anacomfortable .

' ed forbearance exercised towards theaderofthe ,, through. "every gradation,,from' the Amongst'others, a female infant a year old,after household, and even the'grief of Mr. Horton condition, plaCe of 58,000 greas Z

S narrator;4nd with-as nuicha nursery to,the. pulpit, the early) and the malmpressed lying buried for two days, was brought out for his loss was made the-subJect..ofD14Dl,3llyjoke ; en,' ,and 2,000 of-the. greasers'' master: ;1. i ;
to the 'ill with >liae upo\Une, living and unharmed,and restored to its afflicted in his domestic establishment.Mrs. Suppress the Indians., < 2.Introduce baxony -
M I could assume, I responded l.mind '' and mother, widowed by this same calamity. II. congratulated herself excessively on sheep and,woolen ..facwories.; All else that the .
b'beller that I'wras then"a'reaideat. of anlVreeept:upon :precept," beta'a'little The neighboring towns of AteUa, Rionero,- that'lucky thought of hers;which cleared the country is fit for would follow these such as

"i and hU been.many''ears of that StateS there a good.deal;'tll' r ceases i to bc'a_wonder Barile, and Rapolla, are sufferers by .the.same house of the odious brute," and though a lady stock raising_hd farming-which last will,

eea*' $d tf -personally that :in spite oft truth,and of the,Bible,justice convulsion.. Bionero Is a general:wreck not a who thinks a good deal of a dollar, she did not with a?, popolation of) OOOo, who,.eat more 4
mental sound house 'remained-more than, a hundred grudge the money, since it gained her,object so than once a day, ant::cannot, as the Mexicans
; ; .,.kgaaiated with 3-gigs tm!].of the largeS and Constitution,';and the;moraV persons have perished, and as many been effectually. I I the mean time La.YegdRnsde- do, live on three cents a day; be & profitableemployment

x Patera"Jn; both of th'ose:States* and physical'degradation, .of millions on.mill- maimed or wounded., In Bane the only edIfice 'taih'ed a'close prisoner in the.cellar th.oap !! -

,4 t a?:resident_ ,those. States, _or anj. bus,of the'(nominally)'f'ee ;born_of the earth, not entirely destroyed is the orphan assyr factory, amusing"himself, by snapping at'therats ,: 1
U1 had tatted-tai pti the fell spirit that rears, itself ia rebellion to. lam while the discovered dead amount about which coursed a*+ont thepremises,and sustained The 'new Governor of Eentucky is a very
z eref j ,, Bar himself like Napoleon at Elba! with.the' and clever "His name
-true ia one hundred and fift f. 'In the commxnt of amusing man, very. one. I
the position
- .y nor heard? seen .or known, ,of, any heaven would raise from tire towns hf Cerate. Minervino, Spinazlola, belief c!& of his destiny, were not is Lazarus W Powell. lu 1848,*after a debate. '
:Jtroc iea as he had rwlth so moch.;>ippartetness which God. and nature, ,bare ,placed :them;a ADdria'and Trani, ,were all injured more ot yet accomplished. I with Leslie Coombs, Cot Powell 'was';asked I

and eloqueace described ; but h'from tie dim aad,_ i4isgesofrawhic ; Its,*. In Canosa; the ancient Cpnosium founded Oh Tuesday-morning )Ir; Horton appeared :what his prosp'ects'.ere for the election.' He
enclosed at the breakfast table .with a beaming 'counte : shall be beaten :
.whose replied r'fl
.' lenat hate borne the"mnrkor by Diomed, and walls once good .humcretlly. ;
+M, eon ra l eie .unbi- theremotestaatiqs y} newsF?, eaidho ham< it Lazarus ,
circuit of sixteen miles, three hundred and nanceWellr.my dear.good about six thousand votes but my : -
.,, tr,,whobad,eve ,!mec1)he,Soot h i "fiiti-pr&etlcalll,phreno1 gic&1J,, len- a seventy-six houses were thrown down. At the to Mrs.!! "What is it P asked.the'lady with and I believe in the resuriection.1? CoL

It oFlo anal t seeiag,andjthe tits Far till-; d bIiayen'aaaaruig: deereo., last reports the shocks arouud.Moant Vulture seine sec'e"misg-fing: ''C.l'Yegot La Vega.back P.'Was beaten"then} but beats noW;"'thoughthei,
to >1Dtrtsionlosc9 and half of ith. of Venosa, again Advertised for him j offered a reward State is overwhelmingly Mug, '
JM,Jr the_ truthj had ,left<, deeply, jnvUh 1MockerXcangorno/farther;; continued one city hundred for his recovery and this morning,he',was :
in the ancient Venusia eon iAiDgJaJ
flaunts :
q the humanity,care,and: kindness, ta pob ted\TenomaDd'" 1. inhabitants,and celebrated as the birthplace of ,brought back home by Abe Walker.", *ThVfoHo.wing :'frop aDlib "Dut4j) per. ;
1 \ of Wisdom:; 'Tjtf ''Heavens9! ejaculated. Mrs.,Horton ,whatdidfi e.4
\ ;itended to the slaves, r garb., Horace- 'deltrol .The:mountain ;;provinces aitcr a fhort Uncss y8t t f fmy a"mori "
**U s profound alienee for a few inin- eaatime/w'atch'andrward' ,'..wereTigHaatlykept oL,the Abrnzri and Calabria,',where the you haT "to"":payfin! ? himt .c"Only'' elevendollarsrepliedHorton .wiliClcatiPS behind her,three D&daHdtea.

liltthtrtWecahiwaetherfrofflTwhlca oT u t'his. ",plaat 4 i otBritisa culture and_ sv earthquake'.of'1783:, destroyed :three. ':hundredcitiesranibnried ; oldJ.Abe'"one for'the:;advertisement In the hope.that her pure soul Is:ith"OodI begto
; : tthirty.thousand;>human be- ,nnd tea to forbringlBg"bim6ackji iaforn my customer that mj-1 itere wIM .as -
ty marled jt toplied theunBympaUiii -| weUtfnrniihedtias i )1riiDr eeaIdecl'n'Tbnetneaatoidy .

p lutes reverence andlmplIcU' pefthe ,- bus and.ea itl !. its ripening avaUabllity.Asp .-- ",' ; withiharp 'a, i g""if| "Eleven. dollar/ (enough] Id1Jal eJert.-.1to. ediaeq .eo ;,
; oandidateeforfame and to a silk dress for the recoVery each:.avasty inteliigtntraii4sa we v cdrin-hs'bT sear a*
succeeded buy
,,t xorJa. -? hy'man' of/frotn.', conftietrath'ofmycw > tf to'.?.. .. concussion/which 'which was cur 7 and to think.that r gave UseTblpk: the'deceased heiMlHf';,ids fhi *&$*$rN '
bPirooldride\ first being ,
1-.t 'undoLm7tm0Yement the
!. -.1 ttnsErtio* dlstmcUpn&t J !anyaost--mtD<' by an seconds! in duration; ,'"LAI;Mela there I rascal a dollar feattaking. him off&>: ,' J 1 ;.B:i Fresh corned beef Joxt received .cy:1 3} : I
about sixty .
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tt ,,'' .r"j' '; talented 'professional brother Mr. ,Gregory Ohio, is made to give him a sort of sanction,- t"3: ; ; i,,_
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I t. New *U< ti\r's' At
Fi and that correspondence was a meeting of Florid* ,
T ,
: t 'Testerday: 'George' 0. :Xawrason' the:newly : Yale, is regarded:as occupying! aprominent position this city to give an indirect 1ftto Mr. Doug- O.Ft held iMhelr, ,LocIp" N I-t O

t' j apiointedCol1ectofthe Port, entered upon -:, for the attainment of the vacant: seat in lu.1pfnhinoisthereiino doubt.9 Lodga noo.tll-J_ l
,... f ; his duties.. Mr. Lawrason appointed, as his the U. B:'Senate, from that State. 'We would a tille. ,on, Tuesday; the'J4th_ day. (

t Private Secretary,'Mr.John Churchman head : the Senate Alta 1851, the following Preamble andlere '
thousand times rather itehimin Thefollowlnff narrative from the : Be S
of Lawrason
i book-keeper 4>f the late firm :
than the renegade! .-Butler King. account of the presented. Bro.'P., 0. Hall anf- '
t.... Armstrong & Co., in the place of Mr. Solomon I Ii. Californian, gives a thrilling ,

i..' remoT d.: The retirement of Mr. Solomon late executions'at San Francisco by the Vigi- mously adopted :/ > -

t completes the list removals of all parties to THE AMERICAN CONSUL AT JlA V.&NA. lance Committee. 'It is to be hoped that this WHE&KAS, Death has again 'appeand i

i the feud which has prevailed for some months The Government at Washington,it is understood uf, and taken from our society and eoaswrijT1
; past between the officers the Custom house. FLA. was one of those extraordinary throes and convulsions '
I JACKSON ViLE, : will take no step to remove this functionary Brother FXLIZ .p,. CANTO, who 'but:afaTk;
t -a feud commencing believe, in an effort,' of virtue and morality to overcome .

1 to remove Mr. Solomon,,'which'- was warmly" Saturday, October 1, 1851. till "an official report" of his conduct vice and crime which' sometimes becomes ne since was with ns in the enjoyment of,h..m...*

, '" resisted by the'Collector., All the other incumbents shall have been made! Who is to make this could thero happiness, 'and whose remains it, has leo

I : .' continue In office, it being, we un- : official ? Mr.Owen himself? Has not cessary. In no other emergency mournful duty this day to commit the
;t l derstand, the desire ofthe Government that AGENTS FOR THE NEWS.:! be the slightest palliation for this (to ay the BeitRetolyed, That in the death of

, 1 no removals should take place. Maj.JOHW' BBABD Tallahassee, Fla. his defence, already published, sealed his own least) lawless proceeding ed and worthy Bro. Felix F. Canto' W.ar +
t \ We trust now,that matters will proceed harmoniously Fla condemnation? Can he make any "official report" L6dP7
, \ and with Federal officers. L. G.: BKARBOK, Esq., Ocala, I A,Day of Tener.I a body, and each member as an in TlcllIJ =
smoothly our hard ,
I ., .' They JU T"I......* '1.-I..*._.. Juiiw DARLING, Esq. Tampa, Fla. different from this? It will go I Yesterday city reeled with excitement.The been deprived of a valuable companion aaj ftUijf

r oner'Ac1Di1n'.tratJon will come in. and they Gen. S.RUSSELL, Newnansville, Fla. with Mr.Fillmore to be forced by public opin- multitude moved and surged like the fret- P.esolveIfurer, That aSs token of "

had better devote that to their country,-not B. FRISBT, Esq.. Oa",,' Ferry, Fla. ion, and American feeling, dismiss a functionary ted waves of a storm maddened sea. Crime the memory of our 'departed Bro:Pelix nt P/J eti:,(.
altogether themselves. ;
forgetting The outs who has and carried looked on with pallid lip and nerveless arm-
we hope, will: soon ,regain. their amiability.. GEO. CENTER, Esq., St. Augustine, FIn. so faithfully literally honebty stood firm calm and courageous amid .the lodge Room shall be clothed hi mounni ...."

The ex-Collector may be consoled with the Judge A. STEEL, Cedar Keys,Fla., out his own views. But he will do it: he the storm. Tho social, fabric_swayed to and each member wear the usual token of I1 '-,,

Mayorality, or some other good office from the S. GUKSKT, Esq., Pilatka, Fla. will make a scape-goat of Owen, with the hope fro, as rises and falls the giant and staunch for a deceased brother,for thirty days -

people. And as for Colonel Stille, his admirable appeasing the indignatiD.n"he has excited by ship when pressed by the relentless tempest.- Revived further, That this Lodge dleli1.
talents for all kinds of business,'his universal the balance sincerely condole with the "
his unjust and gratuitous denunciation of The Government seemed to tremble in afflicted and
"THE "
popularity, great shrewdness and man- NEWS. and an undefined sentiment of uncertain-I family of our deceased Bro '
agement, will be certain to pla e him in any Onr readers will not have failed to observe that American citizens 'as pirttes. to the hour a hue of tragic and renJ' .
ty gave ; kindly offer them our rvmnailiW. .
I. position to which he may aspire. The Government by the regular arrival of the two new opposition, Since writing the above, we find the following terest such as never was exceeded. Never}in-I' Resolved

; r never had a better, more faithful or cffi- steam-packets, Magnolia andtne \vr.ia.a, on in Washington Telegraph: fore was San Francisco so excited. Through further, That a copy of these procii

. cient officer than uoi. Dime, nor did anjr wiucer and week-the before all her terrible dramatic and ing be transmitted to the family of oar deetwtf
Friday Saturday of every day "The administration will soon move in this important extraordinary
ever a more capable than Dr. brother by the Secretary of the ".
of If information bo reliableof fluctuations never has she experienced a crisis Lodge. *;*
\V the and the same day our publication-we are matter. our ,
{ Beyburn The removal, Deputy Surveyor. put possession of tho latest news from every part which W6 have no doubt-Mr. Fillmore has determined like the one of ,yesterday. Her great heart Remisedfurther, That'the foregoing 1,.'*|}
of Colonel Stille, on the ground after full consideration, to dismiss the beat and throbbed as never before even amid Ikhed in the News and Republican of this .
I-l of ,his devotion to his capable and excellent of the Union, through the telegraphic despatches delinquent conaul. The name we have heard most tov&/:., ,
the desolation and flame and smoke and ruin J.W BRYANT P.
Deputy, whom he refused to remove, on a hint of the Savannah papers.' By this arrangement, prominently mentioned in connection with this G,Aetinj&.,
of her disastrous fires. For
from the acting President Ass.Treasurer. is that of Col. James B. Walton, of New- a moment, it Attest: Jots' G. BUTLKE, Secretary.
or its
the Newt will convey the latest intelligence to place almost seemed if she had been lifted from ;:;:
that being a Democrat it matter of little Orleans. In the late war with Mexico,he commanded I : .
was a ,
of other of
import how good an officer he was -is a subscribers, in advance every tho first regiment of Louisiana Volunteers. He her foundations, and not even an earthquake I -4r: The Washington Republic of the 2t t""
'. ) tribute to his honor as a man and his firmness communication. They will frequently be in possession is a nobl -heartcd American, an accomplished linguist could have spread abroad such consternation. ult. gives official notice that the
as a friend. It is not often we :: of intelligence from the Northern cities- ,speaking and writing the French and Spanish Throu h every street, in all directions, the floating 1iii i :
see feelings which for time
:., this sort manifested in political life. political events, foreign arrivals, &c.-in 48.hours languages with fluency." hurrying crowd of humanity, rushed with utmost some past has,been stationed ci j

r. I Some days ago in referring to the cause of after their publication in New York. These facts And the Baltimore Sun of the 10th inst.. in precipitation-no ono knew whither, no Carysfort Reef> will on the tat of Novemfcr

r: t.: these removals alluding to Mr. Owen : one knew for what. The bell of the Vigilance next, be removed to Branton's Reef
;, ascribed them to the Assistant will no doubt extend our circulation in the interi r. ,says R.!,tad
Committee had sounded its
alarm note-and
. Treasurer, who administers the Executive "Our own intelligence from Washington confirms will exhibit: two white lights. .
.' Department of the Government, so far as TIm PAMPERO.Tho the statement which we gave yesterday from instantly the streets were living, swnying '
: New Orleans is concerned; but we learn that the Washington Telegraph, in regard to the Presi- masses of human beings; -uncertainty and nAn English that }
... that official has written a letter to a friend in testimony in tfe case of the libels againsttho dent's determination to remove our consul at Havana conflicting fears and hopes ruled the hour. At paper says L VOir.

this city expressing his unbounded astonishment Pampero was taken last week in St.Augustine, Mr. Owen in consequence of his shortcomings one moment the tide ran madly up toward the man, Esq., one of the oldest merchants of'D&;

,- at the removal of Col. Stille, for whom before the U. S. District Court. We understandthe at the time of the massacre of the American jail-at another it surged towards the Plaza- lin, has left Ireland fertile United States,ear

'.. he entertains feelings of a very cordial nature. final hearing in the ease is postponed till the lit prisoners.has already This been removal effected,,indeed but not, we until understand after the, and in the next it whined and eddied, not Tying out with him a capital of over 20,0001

A The Colonel, however shakes his head, and December. We can only wish the gallant boat a consul had been afforded the most ample opportu- knowing: where to go. Suddenly the hurrying The exile of his only son for his rtidpttiQ.in .
F thunder of horses'hoofs wheels
l is not altogether : inasmuch unfortunately and-carriage
as, safe deliverance. nity for self-justification. So careful was the President -
for the Ass Treasuaer, Col. S. has an that no possible injustice should ensue to Mr. upon the woolen pavements of Dupont street, the patriotiomovement of'48, wboiittpv: C
( ; Messrs.Charlton Ward and Owen, of Savannah, .
admirable memory, in which he has carefully Owen, that after having received his first defence, and the eboutinz nd footsteps of vast following sent practising as a barrister at the Amerieu

. : I stored away a reminiscence of a certain letter and B. A. Putnam and McQueen McIntosh, EsqsM which was deemed insufficient, action in the case crowd, broke upon the enr. On it came, bar, has been the cause of Mr. O'Gonnan'i emi Jgr"tion.

. ., written some months ngo, by the same potent are of counsel br the claimants, and the District was deferred until since tho late arrivals from Havana with nlmost lightning velecity- -inadly it cross- .

f. : Vice Treasurer, in which that exalted func. Attorney, 0. W. Call, Esq, for Government. ; but Mr. 0., and his friends in his behalf es Washington and Clay streets-down Sacra-
l : failing to make the matter appear any better, the
tionary his mento it masses have taken the direction
expresses surprise that n certain consul has to to one who Mr. t1alh ab'.
delinquent give way may l'asthanu.us
: .nnd With n like the of Wcrkt.
corpulent democratic deputy should be retained The National more worthily fill the post American representative sweep rushing a
: in office when there the Democratic torrenlfof lava they bend their course towards The Charleston Courier of the 29th nit,
were good whigs, and The above is the title of anew organ of at so important a point. Al

-. hungry, too' who desired the office.-N. 0. party just started in New York. Such a ,Mr. Owen as we predicted, is to be made the the Rooms ofthe Vigilance Committee. Almost this"We have received from Mr. Joseph Walter 13
city a of the tat volume
t Delta. instantly California street, Battery street and copy of Mr. Cat, JJ
paper was much wanted,in New York-- .,-to represent- scanc-zoat of Fillmore's sins. Although he all their approaches are filled with one dense hnnn'g Works, contnininir *'n dicnnicitiMTZlthe -' _

. Important AnDouDc mfnt. the true sentiments or the great n auonai Democratic deserves richly to be dismissed, we have no mass of human beings. From lip to lip the constitution,and Government of the Unitd ra;

The Southern Ptcss received last party, which baa been so long disgraced and doubt he is "more sinned against than sinning." news flies that the tw6 criminals. Mackenzie, States/ This work has been edited by K.L

. talus night con- misrepresented by the Evening Post. We sin and Whittaker, have been taken by force from Cralle Eq, and published! under the dimtiet era
in the first of the He carried out his instructions too literally,
following paragraphs of the General wn
the jail by an armed of the Vigilance Assembly of .tbisJState. Wen
[1: an announcement of the cerely wish the Democrat every success. posse ; _
r' the Merchants highest importance to and he must be sacrificed to appease the angry Committee. On the eager and excited multi- any additional evidence wanted of the gipat. __0'

: classes of the South.and Planters The and indeed all Apalacbicola Commercial Advertlwr. v deity that demands vengeance on his master tude press toward the Rooms. On. on, on- strength of the late Mr. Calhoun's intellect,

t our people avail thenselves question ot the arises offer,shall The interest of J. L. Wyman in this paper has rather than on him The popular indignationis the crowd becomes denser and broader. Won- this would be sufficient. It is indeed amu em

t. about to be made to them. Can they hesitate now? been transferred Uriah Nixon. It will hereafter too strong to be resisted, and Mr. Fillmore der is stamped on every face-a solemn, almost sed terly with performance, and one that will be per*
awful silence avidity in this
- f pervades the thousands who Country ia EH
Most are
J sincerely hope not.Georgian.. bo published by Wilson & Nixon. They have is the to his neck. in the
not man put gorott, anxiously gazing up at the building, when rope. The book bears the imprint of A.I
f. I: The Planter's Convention at Macon. hauled down the Whig colors, and the paper-will when he can find a substitute in the person of quickly the doors are opened-a moment of Johnston Eq, of Columbia, and is b e ntifsil:* T'

: We understand that Mr. .Baylor, our consul hereafter be neutral in politics. the unfortunate consul! preparation-and the numberless multitude printed. The binding likewise is extremely del,

; for Amsterdam and who in this country on holds its breath as the two malefactors are seen I neat, and reflects much credit on Mr. Joopt u4
i leave of temporary absence, will attend the fjWe:: are indebted to the Savannah Morning suspended by the neck-n struggle or two, a Walker taste and skill in this branch ef 49 a\l1

Macon Convention of Planters ou the 26th Newt for tho latest New York papers. TilE PRESIDENCY. spasmodic heaving in the chest-and each spectator extensive business. It is for sale: at Mr.Wall Goo

and that he is authorized by merchants and}; ELECTIONS ALACHUA CotnTy.-The elections In the various decompositions and -compositions feels a thrill of terror coursing his veins er's establishment on East Bay, and all'A$ BooBoo
: capitalists of Amsterdam to tender to Southern -of analysis and synthesis-of political a! he involuntarily utters-dead, dead, dead 1 Stores in the cit,. Price only two"
planters and merchants ample cash advances, for county officers in Alachua county have parties various political phenomena will be Yes, they 'Weredead! The.two men-Whit- lars" Flueta?
- :' at a low rate of interest on direct shipments resulted in the choice of A. M. Caston, Judge of taker and Mackenzie-who were taken from -

of cotton jo that port, and also to guarantee at Probate, Samuel Russell, Clerk of Court, and C. evolved in the process; and new substances tho hands of the Vigilance Committee a few Editorial,Wit. com T1

I least the market prices Liverpool. L. Wilson, Sheriff;-all Democrats. brought into existence, which we had not before nights since, by virtue of a writ ot habeas corpus Two brother typos onee met,aner a;ollgsq. olU

- We think this affords an excellent opportunity "dreamt of in our philosophy." had been torn from the jail by force, in the eration, during which they bad each embtrk an.

l: !; for the establishment of a direct trade between MARION COUNTY.-The whole Democratic State The New York correspondent of the Wash- middle ofthe day, and at the risk of life, hurried cd in rather unprofitable enterprises in atm :&
i j : ; the Southern ports and those of continental Rights ticket for county officers was triumphantly to the Committee rooms, and executed paperdom.

Europe. It is the interest aud policy of elected in Marion. We are pleased to find that S. ington Union introduces "another Riehmond'7on without scarcely a moment's preparation. It is 'Why, what In the world made yon smazh1''I ; patr1

- .I'. the South to decentralize the cotton trade: -to Helvcnston, Esq., the late efficient and popular the Presidential stage. .Scott nnd Marcy a most terrible tragedy I Well, indeed, mightone couldn't account for it ; people said mv paper iiUa r od

; diffuse it over the various markets of Europe, Tax Assessor and Collector, is elected Sheriff. ; have already bad one encounter-at pens- exclaim, '-I have supped full with horrors was racy, and all that/ replied thcotier.: mar
:* '
and to avert as much as possible the costs and 'Racy cried the first--there lies the lead
charges of needless transhipments. Marion is worthy of her name. their next may be afoot race.-- Such arc the terrible effects of misrule- of your failure, it ran you into debt.' patrc Az

It is peculiarly important in another: aspect. IIILLSBOROUGH COUNTY.-A friend at Tampa "With tho reunion of the Democratic party, we these are the fruits raaladministered laws- Ha ha! bn! laughed the second; Tmtwitfbrought ?
England has of late observe the introduction of a new clement into these the results of official tft.
years given a good deal of sends us the following list of county officer? elected our corruption, neglect yon down ? he asked.
aid and comfort to abolition. Her West India federal politics or rather the suggestion of a new and malfeasance. Well may the patriotic and 'My subscribers absquatulated sod

policy proves her antagonism to African slavery for nillsborongh Democrats : Simon Turman, candidate for the Presidential chair. The friendsof the good turn in sadness and grief from the of em ran away,' was the answer. -every Be-:
and her intcvcntion in Judge of Probate; Benjamin .1. Ilagler, Sheriff Governor Marcy are bringing him forward, and
Cuba shows it still ; manifest confidence in contemplation of such horr rs. The timid may 'Ran away, eh!' cried his friend *theriii'deed
great placing his ;
more, to say nothing of the money actually remitted Martin Cunningham, Clerk Circuit Court; Michael before the party at large. The talents and pretensions servicesof shrink from beholding them-the quiet desirean I lies the secret of your frilure; insteadof'BA

by her anti slavery societies. to promote Garrason, County Surveyor; James McKay, Coroner Mr. PolK's Secretary of War will bear the test end to them ; but neither fear regret nor desire yaur paper your subscribers were raci :.J ]

abolition in this.country._ Hence it be- I ; and four Democratic County Commissioners. public examination well, and the soundness of will accomplish our security. It must go The brother 'Eds.! put their heads logetlar' W

J comes Important for tbe South lIP foster the his notitical i>A ------- '
cotton manufacture, of the continent of Europe, I MR. CIIAS. P. COOPER'S CARD.-It will be perceived he has adhered to it,would seem ;afford an SeEses the power and the will to protect'itself r-- with they purchased- two" glaElc.ofsmal-----! '"-"b- cr 7. j ::
I so as not t> be dependent either ample guaranty of his fidelity to the Union
on Old or New against of to
from Mr. Cooper's_card, published in today's the Constitution. Without every species wrqng, and that it is liquor over the joke.
If the expressing at this timea
England. Amsterdam: merchant
will af resolved to do it at all hazards.
that he has returned from California, for him other
ford facilities paper ( preference or any aspirant, we are
equal to cotton producers and and has resumed the practice of the law at this still free to say that we consider his name bJ no Whilst, we regret that the Vigilance Commit. THK IRISH ASP AMERICAN STEAMSHIP Co** !hI
I cotton dealers, let Amsterdam have the preference means unworthy: to be submitted to the consideration tee have by this act, been brought into direct INT.-The New,York Herald Saturday ssjf II
to the extent of place, where he can be always found his old ':j
t her demand for her own by of the National Convention. One thing con- collision with the constituted authorities we The provisional committee of this .entcrpri
f and her interior consumption. friends, and those needing his efficient professional nected with this subject we cannot forbear to advert cannot but approve their course in executing, are making active exertions, and it is rapid[ ,..

I aid. to, as affording another evidence of the sincerity of the two criminals. This condition of affairs going ahead.They have adopted resolutfoap latest
1 Cotton the reunion of the Democratic party. While Governor was not the appointing ward YieeaJ
Planter's Meeting. sought by committee; it vas rather canvassers to obtain subseti* Iai& t

; We commend to the reader's attention the GIN HOUSE. BURNED.-Wo regret to hear of the and decided Marcy Union remains Democrat, as he has, always some of been those, a who firm forced upon them by the action of the author bers,nnd they have appointed four trustees for sr.e

!I proceedings of Meeting Planters in this serious loss of Mr. John B. Standley.'of Alachua have heretofore been among the most violent of ties. True, the authorities acted rightly in the fnnis.'one which i is Mr. Shepherd KnapfV

city"on Saturday last ; and we call the notice county, who had his gin-house burned on the let tho opposite section, are foremost among those rescuing the men ;. but the! course they took President ot the Mechanics'Bank. A IE

''Of planters especially, not only of this county inst, with all it* contents, consisting of a gin, and who advocate his pretensions to the Presidency." has proved to be unnecessary oDd injudicious. The Jews in New York
I .but old the counties in the State to the No one doubts the guilt of the men executed city amount 22j0:2
resolution about 60,000 pounds of long staple cotton, valued and worship in thirteen .
offered and no one believes but that Synagogues.Lady
by Gov. Moseley, as follows: HOAX. they deserved the J tr
at $6,000. Ho had made the
brag of East
!i" "Resolved That the planters of Leon county Florida, and it is now in ashes. crop .. The New York Mirror gives the following Committee punishment felt they this received., and The Vigilance Panama Wortley, in speaking of the ladies: of b:

. be requested to furnish'the Secretary of this account of the hoax played off on the Whigs believing that the says that they :breakfast on ft sef5 t. fr ..
f A.ssocistloninformatlon public welfare would be promoted by the act, and make head dresses of blossoms. Ho*
respecting the amount I7We are requested to give notice that there apple ,
I under the name the they had resolved pee
: ; o'their'cotton of the of "Greer to execute Whittaker and etheVial. .
crops last and
will bea
of the
meeting Jacksonville
; 'ea.r'tor' the purpose of'aiding and IndependentRifle and Donaldson;. correspondence." Puck of the Mackenzie. But tho officers of the law, with
perfecting Corps at the Court-Houso Punch asserts that
1 on Wednesday evening unusual adroitness after all "BrfUnniartleJj
a general of prevented tho decision J
system information New Herald
in the
reference was to the "
very imp concoct waves. for '
next, when full attendance is from in the
to the production." a desired. the whole plot and the he being carried into effect, hy rescuing the American" recent yacht racu'ta&-r .,.&1\
must have clipper
way en- prisoners. The Vigilance Committee have ran areay from the :British :J".B
Exaggerated estimates now fleet
, the probable extent A joyed the green gullibility of the Abolition redemed their honor !. .:
of this year's are (Qy movement on foot in the Southern portion aud carried out their Ileham
crop going forward, .
from varying California for a division of the State Whigs, can only be conceived by !those who original determination, by recapturing the -- Aft;
2,600,000 to 2.800.000 bales while few of and L___ ____ '-0_ _,. __ _... !.. prisoners and ezecutinir them. Tha linn of division ". Ih
I tboso wnoreaiiy b01l' the establishment ole Territorial Government in DaTe seen: um uuuviue 6l1fmatR. '
!I Any thing annul be nat: 01 ueiigai aiicr me per- .
I' ter place'their estimates above 2 bales. that section. An addregs7"numerou Iy signed petration cf one of hispractical between the legitimate civil power and DIED, in this
I by jokes.. .Bennet the Vigilance Committc is l town, on Sunday, the 12th imC
The effect of therefore
: the erroneous will be the citizens Monterey, Los Angelos, San Diego and Westcott plain, BEATRICK
depress the are the best matched pair iu the broad and unmistakable. infant daughter ofthe late Wiffiaia T, "
market and give to manufacturers and Sanbarahas
I I and speculators published, calling a Con en- Union, and the former showed, )his And what is to result ?. We see nothing Perpall,formerly of St Augustine.In .
an of
opportunity tion sagacity t]
getting to meet at San Barbana on the 4th < 'A
possession of stocks at a price below 'What the take the into Septemberto when he availed hiitself of the services of the disheartening or dispiriting in the prospect. this to'WDon the 13th Just, at the re 'C)
subject On
:1' amount of the crop will warrant. A general consideration. latter: the contrary, we think, wo perceive that I of A.Canova E8q.'Mr: Faux Y.Cksvo-sg'I'' :=1.11
with settled determination on the part: of the 22
compliance the resolution above, on the body )"eara. J
1:7A:: largo meeting of the.citizens of "The Express discusses the Greer and Don- politic to have justice done which 'Vl
part planters,will place in the hands of the Baltimore aldson is to,be the "In the midst of lift '. ,
we in !
correspondence are deathPer
General Convention to meet at 'Macon on the at which the Mayor of the city presided, has relatIve to A forthcoming great lever of our talvation., When crime is l *::: ID..appr'

27th, such information as will correct any false been held, at which 10,000 person 'were present Democratic Convention. Mr. Westcott, convinced, as it must now be, that nothing is
'I impression and to the The once United States Senator from Florid who capaplo of preserving it from )aEntfltvu; -
I give market a healthy object of the demonstration was to petition the has been known in speedy and avenging i

1 and permanent tone.-Flo. fr Journal. President of the United States to exercise the infla* practical joker, and Washington not at all particular for years as a as they punishment-when will now feel the abandoned feel, steamer Magnolia,from Savanaah..Oct V" ...... ,
about that there
I 4 ..u... W..A. Forward* .cnce of thU Government the release of the Irish his jokes,or his way of working them out has for them here-when,all bad is no safety I Mrs Shorten, Mrs.Sanchet, Mrs Miller and el24 _

( Wears gratified to learn that our old friend ,exiles now enduring the cruel inflictions of British become, the editors tells us," recently connected, stand, as they may now understand men shall, that under their I Miss Miear,, Miss,Bnrt, Misa Sadler.Rev Geo" ''tPrattltevP -J.

. : HoiLr W.A. FORWARD, late of Augnstinc., has, tyranny in Australia.' An address "to the citizen* with a morning paper in this city, not more unworthy acts will surely be visited with Varebe, .H HHoeg Andenoa,tR \
come tis with by.birth of the tfnittd Statu particular than he is in the mode dign con- Sadler, Jr."a1Jurt.IOnowud 'C
among the intention of'making was adopted, inviting and manner reward-then will the country rise. above D Coomb, I
of pr
:':, Tallahassee his permanent residence lie has co-operation. practical joking. Rumor says, and it is its tribulations and its sorrows. O'ConnerShortiflE.nohez, Chrfstee,T Kelly,III : :

associated. .himself u in_"law, with S. TWOLVX.Eso.. "renerallr believed. that thin l\lp- \V"dMh 'I! But this was a dreadful storm! If w dill._ _nnt. dock. I '
Jale.vuiptrvacr, 01: the ?>iaie. 111". F'.:.well FLORIDXAKS. CALIFORNIA.We Ir. Greer" of Iowa/' and' Mr. Donald;; :; of know the ship, the crew and the--passengers" v. -. -: ..

r known talentsindustry and integrity warrant learn by the Placer-Times that our for- Tex who"has, been nd that he (Mr. W.) is the real man we might despair of our reaching port.. Ash&, MAIL.AIUtAAG EMENTJk ,.1 f. .
.us in' the belief that ho will, in many respects, mer: much, esteemed fellow-citizen putting questions to and receiv- js,.wo speak confidently. we feel that there is The Northern"Mail arrives between the'hOSTS t !* A'
be a Tftluabh acquisition to our the Hon.Lo'uit M5nfi5.ftOTrfaM-MwN*, Mr. Van BnreD gloom around us but thero 10"A.. '
growing com : is nothing to:alarm M., and 4 P.M.. on' Sundays and Weda: t*
munity, and we trust he will never have cause Aldrich, who was Senator from Alacbua every Democratic body the honest and patriotic. The days and ; ,
guilty and will be W
. to! regret his change of residence.! We regard and Marion counties mIMe, State. is the Dem- in almost every St*e of the Union. The edit- ought to flee, before the'gale popular may indig, closed! hersafteyoaMoiid7' ** 3! ;'"
the arrival ors of the Express Thursday night at 9
-: of such men among us as an Cv!. ocratic candidate for District think that this sort of.trick nation ; but it is through such trials that o'clock. .
dence,ns well as Inure guarantee,of the pros-:i Sacramento Judge in ,the SteiSTl110 the chancter journalism 10yage ultimately. to become ro1lSand our The" Southern'and 'Western' Jl&llar.--r.-., t""
-pros -
4I perity of'our thriviag! and beautiful city.- District California. We rejoiceto is of, & nature :to bring all fortunate. one, Through ,the watches ot Tuesday and Friday' ongejiocloek.

'Flondian $, 'Journal to of this gentleman's.rising! ,fortunes, as doubt real news that the into
I ,.. we are sure there are: none in, that in Democratj leader ,more or less there is a genUe"Toicwhispering "Be firm be edhCreftr&tllo'clockAJj.an4th.IeI'iby II
.TUCIWtND country nil the States
FUND.-"An > ,
Irishman" been
recom- more worthy than he and it 'JnfJst beautifully be just) and,.the ,welcome .daylight will ( 6ta&eat3, o'clock "
mends '
the; thefuud collected in 1848, for'the gives us a better duped for,the purpose of entrapping them into sooncomo P.MonEundaJ1.' .,':'_L f
aid of Ireland, and now amounting to $35,000 opinion of the, .:people of that State, to learn I the "writing of letters to be publfihed. The W dne. da 1 VOP" '.:;'WI"

lying idle in MrEmmet's hands. *, be approcria. that,they appreciate a man. principal object of .the. letter writer seems to 'n'MIssSaUie: Ward, late Mrs. Lawrence :g Office,wfflbo open on'Suad' %|

; tee! to EAtbrr Matlf1r. ,-_ We also learn that have been to kill,off Houston's chances turtLe 1'31.married. the ly one after the arrival and luwiilafW W
our former townsman and Presidency 'for which on let inst: at the:residence :'" .
NorthernMiOctobe1etiI8l; k. .t. '_ '
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ftjF. OCT. .18. From Savannah. 'to .Pallet ks, .
). Via Darien Entnsieick, &: M Jacksonville, ; ;: -
; ;7jgjfcfl, Steamer St.ui.tt1ienarriTea "Black"Crairk. and Pieoleta. -: I I r

} n taoBTille; every Sunday from Savannah, Ta.leai. *e"', Thursday,,2nd October' at 4recloct''P THE MOSTINDIANJLOXEOUST CJtR'ii)N 'A.'D1sAri 11I1tiliDY .
' + II 11 UCins ever) Tuesday morning.fllian -- ..' .. BY THE WELAJKAB '" : !'11. f ; 1'OR.TIm ,CURti_ OP .-
P Steamer Wm.Gaston arrives evertjdi : > BATES b"PABE"BEDUCKD.TTHE ; lr&Io..iXarrk..ad. ter1. :

,,' Sarannah and 'leaves .
I' frm '
Jo". 'W' .new and snperior'fastateampacket Which 1..1 ever kt* presented,t$ to priKc. It '
11 the of the Wit aka
: ftid ymoroilJg. > steam-packet J& MAGNOLIAP.; stands vpon itt ft'JImil,lOtdMeds nopvfitf.
jfcgnolia arrives from Savannah: on this morning, from Savannah, we are in .iMcNELTr, master will leave .
i i. er ; possession v as rrus' *
... aDd lesTe Saturday evening: BY THE MAGNOLIA above, and continue to.leave every THURSDAY. ar NOT FAILED: TO 'CURB'JJX: A'7
t, 'b f of the btesajanDahpapers. will SINGLE INS'lANCB-nJ ....
fr Returning, leave Palatka
every Saturday morn
arrives Saturday
'to x ffelaka on ', 19 Hours troD Savannah. ing at 8 o clock and. leave Jacksonville same evening Valuable is
Sunday evening. THIS preparation com pcandaad' .
tad is vet at 9 o'clock. _
Sa f astt, From the Savannah RepuMieax,17th intt.CotTRiK several medicinal roots in "
! Spalding leaves for Lake For freight or having splendid growing ;" :
Sarah The Syracuse passage accommodations the Wilds of Florida., It
teieeT Outrage. is
$ Orncz; state 4c. 1 I rcuu.T and WHOLLY .
and returns on Thursday. rooms ; apply on board, or to .
.f". .guraC Monday, The following is an embodiment of the Infamous Charleston, Oct. 16-Uft P.M. FERNANDEZ, BISBEE 4 CO, Vegetable, and designed! zsrxcuu.T for,thtf. .

sentiments and principles of the men who Wood is elected Governor'of Ohio by ten Agents at Jacksonville, or cure of the above disease. The Inventor and '

,t Tghnfrtmtke Records of tJ,! 'Custom House.Entered. defied the law thousand majority M.A. COHEN Aengt at Savannah. Proprietor is fully convinced that it'is an invaluable
.. at Syracuse, and of their abet :; BF":: Freight,; pap.bIeby shippers.. Medicine. In fact the test that hci' .

Rufur Soule Cobon, New York. tors : Arrival el the America. Oct. 4,1851. tt has given it in the town in which he resides, .

s,; s..1kiI; Palos, Bartlett, NY. At the meeting of the Convention, the day The America, from. Liverpool,- arrived at and the astonishing ncczst with ''W_H it.has. .
, 1rErig Drowu"N Y. Prom Jacksonville met, warrants him in saying that it is a POSI
SaP after the of the Halifax last evening at :o'clock.:' The Franklin -
re-escape fugitive Gerrit ,
o Seiot&, YcFarlaD, N Y. TIVE CURE. He has therefore come t. the'
, gch Seh Madagascar, Bonesey, N Y. Smith offered a series of resolutions two of arrived at Bouihampton on'th'e morning of For Enterprise. and Mellonville. determination to place it within the reach of

L Cleared. which me copy, which were sustained by S. It the 2d inst.. Cotton for the week dull and_flat THE 'Steamer SARAH all, knowing how many suffer with this very

L L. n-fci Hamritter, Hammorell, N Y. Ward and others, and ,.,,!:ed unanimously : at a slight decline. Sales of the week for consumption & SPALDIKO, having been newly unpleasant and often dangerous Disease;par.: .
Creech.Navy .. fitted ticularly In the Southern and Western
Ledf. Bay. will resume her States
up regular
-Brit Henry MV\ ? Whereas have (fallen off *
Daniel .
11. Webster the base and in considerably,middling
1 Sch edge Tarnev., NY.eFTniTcLIMATE. trips for tho above places on Monday the 26th nut;' In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST btf
11. --- --- famous enemy of the human race, did, in a qualities: nearly l 6 lower. ordinary,and inferior touching at all the intermediate landings, and wfll particular and look for my written signature Ion
.r' RS SOILS AND speech, which he delivered himself in Syracuse much neglected. Week's sales 36,000 bales- continue punctually to leave every Monday mdra- the labeL -
t' 1 fBODCCTi03St OF FLORIDA, BT B. M.fiate last spring, exultingly"-and insultingly lug at 9 clock, connecting with the U. 8. Mail I refer the public below to a few certificates
exporters took 8,000 and speculators 3000. steamers to and from,Savannah For
y. D. U. S.Alt.xy. predict, fugitive slaves would yet betaken freight engagements selected from received

J Zinn the t conclusion of the publication of thesenluiile away from Syracuse, and even from AntiSlavery Quotations-fair bowed SJi;Orleans 6d;bread- FERNANDEZ or passage,,apply BISBEE: on board A CO, or, Agents to citizens among of Jacksonville.many from"* respectable -'

f and interesting Letters in the New, we Conventions in Syracuse ; and whereasthe stuffs in steady demand. Jacksonville, Aug. Z3, 1851. 6m EGRRRT POI iOEtT.

applications for copies which attempt to fulfil this prediction was delayed Kossuth-was not allowed to land at Marseilles P. S. Planters should -not be without this i
had numerous until the tat of
. tin day October. 1851 when the
t n ewl*not Apply and being desirous to give as liberty party of the State of New,York were to go to London, and sailed direct to N. EUTEBPHIZE HOUSE, valuable keep It on Medicine.hand. Eray tamiJr'o'dgh' to. I

," tide -jjfBjttion as possible to the information they holding their annual Convention at Syracuse; York, and is momentarily expected. Lake Monroe, East :Florida.TnuSubscriberrespectfully A. M.REED principal. Agent for ;Jackson* '.
} v
'\, .onUin we J"sde arrangements to have a pamphKt nnd whereas the attempt was defeated by the Spain is about to fortify Cuba on an extensive villa -...,. .

', edition of them published as speedily as possi- majestic and mighty uprising of two thousandfive scale. A informs the JacksonvilleAagustlti 18 1 0 ''' -
i This edition will be ready for delivery in a hundred brave men, before whom the half- ; .Ea public in general that this house will be : .
= \Je. dozen kidnappers were but 'as tow' : The World's Fair closed on the 11th. opened for the reception of company by the 10th
Twenty-five Cents Clubs at
a a Ifoiice.
far iays, at copy. October,and intends to the business his
"Resolved therefore, That we rejoice that London Money Market unchanged. day give
1 t.c gnee, by enclosing one dollar will receive by the city of Syracuse, the Anti-Slavery city of FRANCE.At strict personal attention. His table will be famish Directions for using Poinsetl's Indian Loier

; u2 ft*eo1'es Editors in this, and other States, Syracuse,the city of Anti-Slavery Conventions ed with the best the country affords, and no trouble cost will be found on the inside of the wrapper .

: ,:l oblige us by giving this notice one insertion, our beloved and glorious city of Syracuse, still, Bane, Upland is quoted at 63 to 64.COUXIEIL or who expense call will on be him.spared to make aU comfortable on each bottle. Where there is fever attend- .
'. fliwiB. receive a copy ot the work. remains undisgraced by the fulfillment of this The mild and genial climate of South Floridapresents ing the disease; a purgative should in net; .
satanic prediction of the satanic Orrtcfi; } case be used before the Lozeeust. Should '
.;. Daniel Web- many advantages to the invalids in pursuit
=- *' Charleston, Oct 16-9.30 P.M. there be a tendency to inflamatiou mod.
ster. of health and no part of Florida presents a ,purge
Joseph S. Baker, Iff. D, New York; Oct. 16 Cotton heavy-1,000 more pleasant and agreeable retreat, than the borders erately, and give the Loxeeust in smaller doses .

/L rRCTITIO OF THE ELECTION In : of Lake Monroe. Persons fond of fishing and than the average dose.
CUAELEJ.EON.-We publish bales sold to-day ; Middling Orleans 8%; Up
will have
hunting, of
opportunity enjoying
a ODlCDfE, ,I below (says the Charleston Mercury) such of lands 8Ui Rice 3511.ELECTION. themselves, as the woods abound with game, and JACKSONVILLE; May 6th 1851:;
the corner of Market and Forsyth ,
,1 Office on the Conrt-House. the returns of the election as have reached us. RETURNS.In the streams with fish. This is to certify it is with much pleasurethat
streets, opposite ARTHUR GINN,
r jjebonrille, Oct 18, 155 t. tf It will be perceived by the table of the city Ohio the full Democratic ticket has ten Oct, 1851. 6m I announce to the Public that I have been

I- election that the Tote is the largest ever polled. thousand majority. In Pennsylvania the same effectually cured of the distressing complaint
LAW NOTICE. called Dysentery, by the highly recommended
r The result although not officially known, is result, except that the Whigs are supposed to BOARDING.MTHE I remedy cf Mr. E.Poinsett. I had resorted to

Charles P. Cooper sufficiently well asccitained. The Co-opera- have elected one Judge of the Supreme Court. SUBSCRIBER is prepared to ac many things, but of no avail; I was induced ttf
te a number of Boarders at his
tionhts have to their ticket try his very palatable and pleasant: Medicine I
a large majority ;
r. OlOZKEYIr COUNSELLOR LAW, PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION. recently erected residence in the Northwest part of and to great satisfaction was I
4. AVING returned and relocated himself and though it will be diminished by the the town, the location of which is known to be my completely
cured within few days and hare not
BALTIMORE October 15. a been I
I Il&eksoDt'ille, will! resume the practice of his Parishes, it cannot: be overcome. This result highly favorable to health and comfort from its el troubled since with that so much dreaded dis
; n&okm throughout the Eastern Circuit of Florid William Bgler, the Democratic candidatefor evation. The HOUSE is just completed; the sleep
!& ai in Supreme Court of said State. causes no surprise,a ad it will cause none in the Governor Pennsylvania has been elected ing and other apartments being spacious and well ease.I .
lisa ia the.U. S.District Court for the NorthaDtitrict State at large. finished; all plastered, &:e. am happy to say other immediate cures have
C. of same, and will prosecute claims beBttie From by about 16,000 majority over Wm. F. Johnston On the premises is a good and spacious Bathing come under my own observation within' few ;

n o Depirtments at Washington. lie Cliarlcston Courier. the lateWhig Governor. House, where those wishing! its advantages, mayen'o days. I cheerfully add my'mite to the a1retdj. i.

t MIS, 183L.* tf STATEEUBG, Scxrrca DISTRICT. gentleman y them with every convenience.' great amount of testimony with regard to your
igt who arrived from this place, (which is apart The furniture of the House is also entirely new, Valuable Medicine I am respectfully.; \
: ;
HARRISOJT & CO. of the 3d Telegraphed to the Charleston Courier. being just received from New York.
, E. IN Congressional District,) by yes- have been made to the Ili.HEARN, Jr. .
s' oiJayatret,fronting drritn'drirL'IJ1lilJil1g, terday's: cars, informs us that, on Monday, Cl Later from Enrop ble Arrangements with ample and excellent fare, supply and good servants ta- To E. Poinsett, Esq.
7- FLA. votes were polled there-42 of which are believed ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC.
JACKSONVILLE have been employed to attend to the comfortof
JAt'ISOSTILLi E. F. 15th 1831.
1- to have been for the Secession, and 19 guests. .j August ,
Cotton Steady-Unchanged.
,. ITU Subscribers respectfully inform their friends for the Co-operation ticket. The Secession can- I shall spare no pains to render my House in allrespects Dear Sir: This will inform you that one *
The U. S. mail steamship Atlantic arrived at bottle Of Medieine called Irma Loxs; .
1.. 1 sad acquaintances that they have establishedfcBtthts didates are, the Hon.Dixon H. Barnes and Gen. pleasant to those who make it their home, your ,
y' in mercantile business in this place, iV. A. Owens. The Co-operation candidates are Yew York to-day;Wednesday,with one hundred and respectfully invite a call from citizens who wish CCST, has permanently cured two of my negroes -

It II m BOW receiving and opening at the store Col. John S. Preston and Col. James Ches- passenger from Liverpool, which port she left permanent board, or strangers who may sojourn in of a severe attack of Dysentery. .I con= .

is itn timed a fall assortment, consisting of Dry nut, Jr. on the 1st inst. in our hospitable clime during the winter months.W. sider it an excellent Medicine for this com ..

t- bob, Fancy Articles, Groceries, Hard; Ware, Cotton, in the Liverpool market, had experi- D. WARD. plaint, and take great pleasure in recommend*
e bob. Shoes, Hats, Cape, Bonnets, Ac, .te., with CAlDEA dispatch from Camden received enced no change since the departure of the Jacksonville, Oct 11, 18.n. ItA ing it to the public. Kespectfnlly yours, 4

p ttj variety of goods usually kept in a Dry Goods in this city yesterday evening,says that Messrs. Asia on the 27th ultimo, but was steady. The S. D.FERNANDEZ.ToMr.E.Poinseit. .
fare; which they offer for sale as cheap as they Preston and Chestnut, had polled in that town sales amounted to fifteen thousand bales to the CAKD.MTHE .. ,

n lie purchased at any market in the Southern 71G votes at the close of the Polls. Several trade, and four thousand to speculators and SUBSCRIBER leased the ..
boxes had not been heard from. Their,majority : having JACKSONVILLE, May 21, 1851., oi 1
Their entire stock having been selected by one over Messrs. Barnes and Owens, will it is exporters. and waS : WD house formerly kept by 3Ir. Dear Sir: I consider it to be a matter of duty =
,was higher Corn indemlllJd
Flour sixpence John Clark takes this method of the citizens -I
Iii Ima with much care and attention, and with informing to inform that I hare been -
be about in you laboring
300 that under
'.l. tnc* particularly to this market they flatter supposed, locality. with large sales, at an advance of a of Jacksonville and vicinity, that ho is now violent of ;
a Diarrhoea which
9. ioudrei that they will be enabled to give entire Cow zema.-A private dispatch received in shilling. Wheat had an upward tendency. ready to serve refreshments at any hour of the day baffled very the skill of attack" : .
& ction0 a1l1l'hO'may favor them with their this city last night. informs ns that the whole Only the good qualities of Sugars were saleable. from To'cleckid the morning until 10 at night; he two hysIClansmd render=
,r: ,p3onareboth as to the prices and quality of their vote at the Columbia Box was 753, and that it Coffee was unchanged. No transactions had can furnish Lunch at the shortest notiee, viz: Cold ed me unable to do any work. But fortunately :
Ham, Beef Tongue. Pigs feet, Tripe, Shrymps, Sardines when adopt to give up all hope of ever obtaining =
- !mdt.I They win be constantly receiving such ad- was very probable that Richland District would i taken place in American Rice, or Tobacco.
y' Fish, Ac. he has had Liouors and Wines selected relief I heard of INDIAN LOXE:
ids market ; -
to their stock as the state of the your
show a majority: for Messrs. Preston and Ches- Tradft in Manchester was flat and prices
- vj require,and repl'CtfuUY.fIOUcit a share of the I by good judges in New York and paid the CUST and the use or fire Bottles has entirely
.:r Unutft of their frien ds and acquaintances. nut, the Co-operation candidates. were down. The London money market was highest prices for them, and has, he thinks Wines restored me td health. I take much pleasure _

inv tmentc having been made in New York, ST. PAUL'S PARISH.-We are informed that very active and improTicg, though further and Liquors of the first quality; also Porter and Ale. to recommend your Medicine to all those whet I,:,
ty den eaa be npiiicd, at the shortest po n.le nn- toe resnlt of the election in this Parish (whichis failures were expected. The bullion in the Gentlemen will please call and judge for themselvesand be similarly afflicted. Yours && ..
Bank of England was increasing daily. Tradegenerally speak of me as they find me. No pains will bospared may : :
part of the 7th Congressional District) shows BENJAMIN DAVID.Td .
to please all who may favor me with a call. I
J. P. SANDERSON.octlS in reviving. Consols
1i c- the following mAjoritiesAt Club House, for England was S. S. TYLER E. Poinsett,Esq.JACKSONVILLE..
nj"" 1, 153L -tf 2o-operation,25; at Rantoule's, for do., 1-26. had advanced to 97);a 96 a. Jacksonville, Oet 1L 181 if

At Beech+ Hill, for Secession, 8: majority for The Mississippi with Eossuth and his com .June 27, 1851., ,I ;
2r D. X'CUEIf & CO., Co-operation, 18. panions.had arrived at Marseilles on the 26th I :FloridaTHouse For Bent. Dear Sir: I am entirely relieved of my complaint

t U7.STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA., The Hon. Angus Patterson and Col. A. I. nit, which occasioned great rejoicing there- thanks to you for year"INDIAN LOX +
i THE above well known HOTEL, situated
iTTOtLD inform their customers the city having been illuminated, &c. He has ECUST," it is the best I !hare ever used far the
r: respectfully Lawton I'ra the Co-operation,and the Hon.II JJ. in the city of St Augustine, being in
t- L,1Dd the public generally that their FALL Rhett and Jos. G. Wl: Duncan, Esq, the Secession sailed direct to the United States. perfect order, U for rent, for one or mor* disease-, and I feel happy in recommending it id
eT,1\,,, OF GOODS have arrived, and are now candidates. The Catholic Prelate.issued a circulrr coun- years,with or without the furniture. the public. Yours trnlyrGEORGE
, '*ty brthe mspection of those wishing to purchase selling resistance to the policy of the Government June 14,1851. tf A. H. COLS. COULTER.To .

Good Articles at Low Prices. unfl'GTOof. Oct. 9. in relation to the Ecclesiastical Titles Poinsett, Lq.dCadavtttat.

-> stint stock con..cisu, in part, of Dry Goods!, of alTrj The President has given orders to "the naTal Bill.The In Circuit Court : July.30' ',1831. II> -r
'C* Il quality and name, from silks to kerseys, French papers hare been very severe on EASTERN CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA: Deaf Sir: I hare tried your very valuableMedicine
9f a2v Groceries, lIard ware,Tin ware, Wood- station to fire salutes and extend all military Lord Palmenton's speech, delivered at Tiver- for Diarrhoea and find it by far the

% erne is, ,Bootir ana Shoes, Hats and Caps, of the honors to Kossntb, at New York and other plaes. ton, which town He represents in the British In Chancery.Matilda the best and safest cure: for this dangerous disease

;3Cfif ble t7ka Ladies' Bonnets, and a variety of ser- A grand dinner will be given him at the House of Commons. Ann Wflford. ) that I have ever known or heard of. My;
J bd fancy article, which cannot fail to : attendance at the Great TL' > BILL roi DIVOJCZ.Daniel ..
ttfeBoct varied taste of tho .FAIK. SEX, who President's house. The average daily Wilford. ) little daughter, aged about two years, had sufi
Exhibition was sixty-eight thousand. fered long and was reduced to almost a stele- 4
!eeiaDy invited
to calL recall of Consul Owen is TT to the satisfaction oft .Court that
The rumored appearing
confirmed The excitement in Madrid relative to Cuban
Pr J. tot, and I tried put of a Bdttle oour INDIAN -
the Defendant Daniel
ALSO resides
._lllleet auortmcnt of Saddles., Bridles, Martin.'kClirtLc4 I. by a letter from the President, informing affair,.was gradually dying away, the.execution limits of the State of Florida, so; that tbd beyondth ordi; LOXECUST and it has acted like a.cp'srm,
- Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrella him that his defence is wholly unsatis of Lopes having been generally nary process cannot be served upon him: the child nnv improving may. be seen bt

* d II flat u usually found in any store in this factory. satisfactory. On motion of W. M.Ives,E q., Solicitor for Coni by those who do not believe. Rep ltullT, .

*. -"',the half of which would be"too numerous __ The Austrian a tiidritieslmaie hung ffossuthin P Jainant. A. V. COL VL1f.
>f? iuatioa." D' The special committee of arrangements effigy, at Pesth,Hungary, U the presence! of / .* Ordered, That a hearing be had on the To E.Poinsett,Esq
Trsoek facts charged in the Complainant a Bill at the December I
rl* adtoe haTing yen acquainted been selected with by the one wants of the of appointed by the Common Council of N. Yorkto the troupe- .- Term next of the C inuit Court to be hold Bates Isiuni, 5 t.John's Beach ij

w. *, lfU. of tha section, they only say- make proper provision for the reception of en at Alligator, in and for the county of Columbia: August 7,1851. }

S tr CALL AND SEE, 43 ossnth, have announced that they are engaged Notice to Creditors the Provided law directs,That, for a copy the of space this of order three be months.published M Dear Sir: This will inform yon thai threeof

W tswred that none will go away nnsuit- in the performance of their duties, and ALL PERSONS having demands against the .THO.DOUGLAS, Judge, ate. my children were dangerously ill with theDysentery
. else use ** the quality of the goods or the pn.s" civic t of Rebecca .E. Read, late of Duval A true copy: or Diarrhoea, for '&bO t..8x'.. eb.
d have invited the military and the various
Iorthem.J County deceased, are hereby notified to present Test,-S. SCARBOROUGH: Clerk. .. I tried almost everything that I generally used
i**-*for D kinds of Country Produce taken in" societIes to join in the ceremonies. The stem them to the undersigned within two years July,12,1851. 3m for this disease, but all to no'efFe t. A friend

. 7jt' || ZSLL good ltD, at the highest We charge market nothing prices.for frigate Mississippi, daily expected, is to be detained from the date of this notice. ; or they will be of mine .recommended me to try your Medicine
oir tom at quarantine for a short time after her forever barred by the statute in such case made In the Circuit Court: called INDIAN LOXECUST.. I procured it-
CO. and provided. and am happy to say that lt Bottles of it cur-
A I'CUEY .t -
to time for organization: ;
".. Os" arrival give MeG. DREADALB NE
It, 38SL c MALCOM ed all three'of my diUdnn"'boping your valuable
c. = reposed procession. We trust the affair will Administrator.Sept Archibald H.. Cole, Complainant; and 1 Medicine, may become generally, known, #

'f I For Sale. be> worthy of the city, and worthy of the p& riot .13,1851. 3mA.d.JBbilatrator'1 Francis Defendants.Richard and John S. Sammla,')> to thatallrthat: may"be afflicted with this dis-e: ,. I

,/' !IIIEhy EGRO"WOMAN AND TIIRELBll to honor. ? ease may have a certain andrsart remedy, I '
whom it is designed
the thatFrancis
... vis ahoy 10 years old, a girl 8, HotiCC. F appearing to Coma; upon affidavit Tours truly ...
1 Richard, one of the said Defendants,
.al L-l71&rolcJ; the woman is 28 years,old, MONTHS after date, I will present my ac- resides within the State of Florida, but without the JAMES LATDIER.
K cook washer and ironer, or house ser-, Great Bargains !I''' SIX tie Administrator of the Estate of David limits of the Eastern Judicial Circuit: On motion" '. ". Pilot St. Johns Barr .

f$ 2rl: be sold all together or separate, to Subscriber wishing to devote his atten- SOeox. deceased,to the Hon.Judge 6f Probate for of McQueen McIntosh, Solicitor for Complainant, To E. Poinsett, Esq.
Terms reasonable.
'S.1, THE Duval county, and a>k for a final settlement and It it ordered That the said Francis Richard doappear
Ii hit office. Octll. tf exclusively' to his profession offersfor allowance of the same,and of my discharge.from and plead, answer or demur to said Bill .. JACItSOfl1iii June,9th,.1851>.

TIlIS'S IDE l1PI sale on actotomodating terms, his lands and the Administration of Aid Estate within two months from the date of this Order, or Dear Sir:'I have used your Indian Lozecust -

.. lots adjoining the town of Jacksonville.with all '. JAMES A. SILCOX Adm'r.. said Bill wfll be taken as confessed against him in my family, and hate found it a very,valuable
heir improrements. There are dn these land Angiet 11, 1&511 <* ,It u olio ordered ,That the foregoing order be remedy for Diarrhoea. take great pleasure .
: OJ.I) .I I cG1 t smi2nY 'am uoqawt't 'which in.one of the public said cir the .
,. ,: two strong ChalybeateSpriDgs, yield a Notice. published gazettes in in recommending it to public. .
l101lJIt 1I .r copious deposit of by drated peroxide of iron. cult once a week for two months. .. ., Respectfully*. J.E.TOWNSEND
d q f1Jio.1d items It Plog They are assimilated in their medicinal properties Atlantic It.'Gulf Ball KM CnpuT.fflHE TJ..I S. DOUGLAS, Judge., Egbert Poinsett, Esq.JAcsoimviLtE \ -
o lela'vn)11Sic a8Qkn9d next annual ,election for Directors of
\ to theDrisbtonud Turnbridge apnngsofEnglandand I ,ISIDOII: V.,,.GAXKIX, Clerk of the Circuit L' Fld -- -
1UlNmu 6baiUJOUD cNlIOa, the Ralston and Bedford springs ,J. the Atlantic It Gulf Rail Road Companywill t | Aw yjx85T.: f

I1Fu,, iIJDJV.r'.IJUN erg ',l1gf.L J d o this country.-- Also spring of the coolest beheld at the city Of St. Augustine, at the do Court hereby of Dnval certify County that,the Eastern foregoing Circuit is of a Florida correct, Dear Sir: This may certify to. yon thai: 111,4.of .
under severe'attack
, Boom in the Court House in'Aid city a negro girl suffering & :
; d 'OS"lV'i common water to be found iff this section of Court copy of the original order on file in my office *
'o'clock Monday the '13th day vf L V. GARNIE. Clerk Diarrhoea, and that the use of one bottle of
brick yard with ont of Hall's patient at twelve on
i 'H lUa -111mb Rq lat1Kl 001 country for' operation-the only one in next 185L ", ,.- August 23.1851.; .%m' preparation called Indian Lozecuil 6ectualJi. .
FWrI 001 machines ready ucu"A. her and Iwoild take this method of
e t" IIOJlWmOqJ gq slauvq the demand for bricks it G. BENSON; cured re-,
;:.; anti 8WI11nwb Sit JO .tnt this vicinity where B.;,A. PUTNAM; Notice commending at a very valuable Medicine. -.
1 I n'n great and rapidl1 J, ;noieselaAlro,a framed 4 0 .Yours truly JOHN: BBANTLY
gte'1000 DI. 6EO. FAIRBANKS
# and two MONTHS t'tlsta
OOOQ and Housty anall
.kitchen, stable carriage we present our, ." -
3 : unq (lava story dwelling housefitt' for twelve rooms, c... ri l1I. SIX accounts and vouchers, as administratrix ST..'NICHOLAS: ,FA*:July 81,.1851. .. .

.q'.ma_ 'aA J e3e fit nearly completed. Also.number of eligible Aftg.9:185L, U ,, and administrator of the estate of Jesse Stand= Dear Sir:. ThiS i. to certify that two Bottles '

buildingsitesand garden lots.within a afle of ;, ly late of Alachua county and State of Florida of your Medicine called. INDIAN LOXECTT3T S ,

r' ,_ tir.&btbIlJtrator'1 otice.T the Market house, nnsnrpassed by w. 7 IIi this t( aBr. eaM W ted.i!.in'ERSONShtn deed.1 to the Hon;, Judge of Probate .of said has permanensly:cured two of :out Negroes. of., .,- -
T* -aTI"110'AFTER DATE, I wfll present vicinity. bidlro BrsMorCopper, county for a final settlement ;and at t be same a severe Dla h'
** 'T kcont u Admiaktrator of the Estate .f For farther Particular. applylai Jt:.. which they,wish, to dispost.of, :win find time wI.haJl apply to ad-c aJ't, for letters of ,'your' 'rain able MeMicine=.as',being" '
: U'ihe, Honorable the I ADK. administration doubt 'tf the'b5< aid If&ted.le **: t
'tprotibatddeaased 'J 08:8.B all they can brtn& at the FGUHTfiJacksoBTille a discharge from toe of said Es- without '.'
4 .,.a&$ settlement County and Allowance of DwvaU or andmsu thetroDa Jacksonville. 13e:,pt.!, 1051SALE ,- tf.. n ready ialt or ,:.Fla., .and"reoeif* liberal tale" :Alit pmonaterttied* are desired'';t. dies, forthmat' aDscade'fha. -!'Yours I bare trul beard, or Ken.. :;: -_, ,_'.,,,'-:,:: r

+ sotadischairYe the admlaistra prices fordbe ..e., taklf notice* 'DICY'STAlfDLAdmi'L: _'-_ .i .-:
wi .voR NEWS OFFICE, Jllaak.r SEBORN 'W.O.cmnKE. ; : .
saints. at,the GEORG&bi00NLY etor. J. S1'ANDLYAdma'r '
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: .. Type and other materials'. ., lfOobPritiflg.... ; HAVING- : crjithe4Io resumf the;practice -, ifEL DIRECT :'FROM:NEW oRir

! t.L 'FEUX"' .fv GSTPY./:Editor.TEUMS we are now prepared to execute-,,"at" the" shortest.notice 'respectfully tenders his April 26. perschoon,
all :kinds'ot" :: professional services to the public in the SeT- -- r '- : '

I ; Pamphltt I Circulars. eral departments MEDICINE,'MIDWIFERY I Whit' Smith & 3L O'Brien, Pry; ,GVpa : Groqer sVS"

Law Blanks, Hand Bills, and SURGERY.' 'He'.flatters' himself that a'i '
TSR ASKUM, is ,ADVANCE.: .47'ORNRY3.4TLAWr': Ware Crockery &c. 'fccSL'-
i THRXI Dotuuu : I '
i 4.tOAdvertisements. Business Cards, Show Bills, thorough course,of Collegiate and Medical studies :,

1 will bt Inserted on the following ,'ThltlngCards, Bills of Lading, the benefit of a coarse of Private Lectures ,. LI dATOR COLUMBIA COTOTT: EASTFixnu' which he offers',for sale;at. _the lowest ft

4 ,. Labels, '''eo, &c;,:Ice under two distinguished Professors'of Surgery 'M.1:Whit Smith Office at Alligator.M. ;- '
ttrmst \ ,, FOB: CASH..OR COUNTRY PODuj'
I 1 One dollar per square ofiweIveins$ and under .A/llJi/lljor work of this tindt; tote paid on. connected with. different Medical Colleges, together .. rl n, Office at NeivnansvlileMay3l,1851. at: the' >
delivery. June 14. ; 1r--1
with his and obscrT"tion
cents for each subse past experience tfMcQueen '
: : }ht first inset lion, and diseases different latitudes while en- Harrison,Bay tJje Particular tte&tioQ.t_(
liberal discount ----- ,
I 'oyetn1y advertisers called to his large and elegant
qnenttflSeTUOfl. gaged for several years in the active practice : :assortment. ""

t will be made. for before inI I VALUABLE::BOOKS* of his profession) will_enable him,' to afford essential .. KclntoshjATTORNEY. .., Ladies-..,.. -BonBCU__-.. .| ....., \ ,

07::: All advertisements mast be paid JUST 'PUBLISHED :AND' 'OR SALE BY relief the afflicted who- may confide I : ,AT LAW,: of the Iatest.find mosf approedatjle. and e
f regular customer. By referring their cades to his hands. Also"to his '''' ,
r- S serrion,unless by: a JOHN S. TAYtOn, Courts in the beaut.lful.t -
: t. .IT t rm.. .1.._"ut u. um may be MVOI laiaeil 'BOOKSELLER Calls from eithtf'th.e town or country will TTTTILL attend the Circuit GENTLEMEN$1L4Ts'
transmitted with the advertisement AND-PUBLISHER, be met with equal promptitude.:' t't'I' Eastern Circuit; the United States ADr.M.fiJ
t" !Q3 Advertisements not marked with the number No. 143 ,Nassau&ree.t-ewYorfi._ .. He may;be,found, when ,professionallY District Court at St., Augustine;, the Supreme CLOTHING, B OOTSSRO3j; "

continued forbid engaged, at his office,on,his.farm,in the Western Court Tallahassee ; and.prosecute Claims for ,Call and examine,, before Eurchaainc-..
insertions required,will be until following b will bo gont' mail free -
by ,
r the Government
THE: suburb ofthetown.Jacksonvil1eA citizens in any part_of Florida,against where. ,/ ---i"D,. Q l&CO.
and charged[9r' postage, to any part oftheUnited States : \Yashington\ either before, Congressor Jacksonville May 3 1831. ""- ,
I on tho receipt of the money for the same, ,which gl6,' i851.; tf : 'lj

; tCJ"Five dollars will be charged for all announce may be forwarded by maiL at the risk of.tho:Pub- at the Departments. r .
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i f me tu candidates for office. lisher:- Wm.'M; Lawton'&'Co., jjr ADDRESS, Jacksonville' ,East Florida. Plantation ,nrjd ,lUUISite.fo

F One square,ror Six Months. t s 81000 The Sacred Mountains. By Rev.. J. Hoadley. May 11, 1850, tf &aleT 1r.
S Notice to Debtors and Creditors, t t 7 00 1 vol. 12mo. Illustrated. Full ,cloth $1; ,gilt FACTORS AND :Co t1\nssoN'MERCHANTS,
edges, extra, $1.50. AA. I WILL DISPOSE OF,'atpii'
teIisale. -
4 : No. 13 Southern /Charleston 'S.: C.
Application for Letters o Administration 5>> 00ikT" Wharf :
The Sacred Mountains. By Rcy. J. T. Hoadley. Oscar Hart4T.TORIS'E.Y my PLANTATION.I*' tht 1
religious notices will be inserted gratnitnly. 101..ISmo. Without the plates. Sunday-school War.; M.:LAWTON; WMM: TAYLOR, Strohn's river, at the mouth' of JQ)
edition. 50 cents. creek, sixteen miles above Jacksonvflleull
: 03:: All admissible personal communications. will Sacred Scenes and Characters. Dy Rev. J. T. Sept ts, 1851. .,<6<5 (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) situation is known to be the most beautiful I,
Hcadley. IvoL 12mo. Illustrated.
Full cloth .
charged as advertisements. in the several Counties ofT the river and is remarkableior:
91; gilt edges, 1.50. 'WT7ILL: practice its salnbritT-
.j C3":: AH bills for Job Printing,must be paid on the ,Sacred Scenes and; Characters. 'By' Rev. J. T. Iwni. ,0.: :Smith; V the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend not a case of fever haT occurred thcrtfti

I 4.:.irtry o( the work. Ileadlcy. 1 voL 18mo. Without.the plates.. S. SADDLER AND ,HARNESS MAKER to the collection claims against the U. many years. ,The dwelling: ,is spacious aM

j I S V3: All communications must be addressed to school edition. 50 ct&, JACKSONVILLE, 'FLA.. States for Military Services,and for Horses lost, comfortable, and calculated for the Mecnuiuu
History of the Persecutions and Battles of the Waldenses. or other property lost'or destroyed by troops in dation of a large family. The land
i I \ the Editor, pottage paid. By Rev. J.T. Hcadley. 1 'voL 18mo.' All orders thankfully received and promptly attended said servicaAlqn acres) is of good quality, and well l adapted(about 401
THnstr&fofl. Full ninth. 50 nt... to. Aug. 23.-tf t.
I 1 History of tho Waldcnscs. By Rev. J. T. De .d1ey. ,claims for Pensions of disabled Soldiers.or the cultivation of cotton and corn. -nJ .l..

SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. 1 'vol. 18mo. Sunday-school edition. 31 eta American and Foreign Agency the Widows and Orphans of dcceasedSoldiers. ,fifty acres suited for sugar cane. ,There ;;
!! t- Napoleon and his Distinguished Marshals. By Rev. Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and admirable site for a steam s a .miU it-tli

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

'} I THE SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity cloth, 91. D E R the direction AARON HAIOHT officers and soldiers. tage of being iff the centre of a section

i S inform the planters of Lone Staple Luther and Cromwell. By Rev. J. T. Headley. 1 UN PALMER of New York. and WORTHINGTON Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, country finely wooded with yeflowpfns-i.it

. Cottons that: he still continues the manufacture \01. 12mo. Illustrated. Full cloth, $1. GARRET SOY SNETIIEN of New Orleans, to examining Titles! and Records and assertain- There is a flourishing '
of the latest improved 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 orange grove catli,
double and single at his usual rates and is T'0J.12mo. Dlustratcd. Full cloth, 61. the United States. produced an ineoai
ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice. The Power of Beaufy. By Rev. J.T. Headley. 1 This establishment is formed for the following Ul business entrusted to him will meet with of a thousand dollars ay car, and, will "Ih
vol. 18mo. Illustrated. Full prompt attention and all instruments of writing do so again.judging from the
For the of the Gins to the cloth, 50 cents;gil t objects: ; present tbri
reputation apply edges, extra, 75 cents. will be executed by him with neatness and and healthy of the
1. For appearance trees.
following Agents or to those who have! them practicing law in the Supreme Court of nt
I in Letters from the Backwoods and the Adirondack. the United States, and conducting professional business despatch. Post 'Office a.t Mandarin is within twooflft ,

use : By cloth.Rev.50cts.Biography J.. T. Headley. 1 voL 12mo. Full before Congress. .JtiC3ksonvilIeJan., 1851. tf and the steamers pass and repass'the homtjj i

AGENTS. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims, -- their regular trips to and from SavanwL-
of the Saviour and -- ---
Villalonga & Acosta Ga. his Apostles; with a in law or equity, against the United States before Those wishing to purchase this
Ccntcrvillage, Portrait of each property
engraved on steel. With an 3, McKobert Baker ,BJJ
Capt.B.R. Bythewood, Beaufort, s. C. Essay on the Character of tho Apostles. By Rev. Congress Governments or tho Executive before Departments!Boards of, or Commis against call on, or address by letter, the subscriber u.
S foreign
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Tison & Harris, Ocala, E. Florida. vings. $1; gilt edges, extra, 81.50. 3. For the settlement accounts with the State, ,J ACKSONV. E. FlA. BYKNE'

I Fernandez. Bisbee & Co., Jacksonville, E. F The 1 vol.Beauties ISmo.of Rev.Illustrated.J.T. Headley.50 With his Life. Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office and! Interior Department WILL pr ictice in the Courts of the Eastern Jacksonville/May 10,1851.> tf
R. R. Dukes, Palatka, E. F. cents; gilt edges, and obtaining the remission of fines,
extra 75 cents. Circuit, in Hamilton of the middle -
S.Hoyt & Co. Savannah, Ga. penalties,and forfeitures, for alleged violations of county Circuit ,.
Heroines of Sacred Mrs. in Benton and Ilillsboro7 PENSION AND,BOUK :
History. By Steclo. IIlostratcd the office other laws. counties of the TY LAMB
S. L.Niblack & Co., Alligator,E. F. with revenue, post or II. '
splendid Engravings. 1 vol.12mo. 4. For letters patent for inventions from Southern circuit, in,the Supreme court at Tallahassee -
securing fot the
Larlinger & Harris ElizabethtowI Lownl1es offieen and soldiers efi&
New, enlarged, and revised edition. 81
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County, edges, extra, $1.50. legal ttprtttttf
the and procuring land warrants and pensions under rioridi; and will prosecute claims against the, tirea. ->$..:
J ALSO, Theopneusty, or Plenary Prof. Inspiration of the Ho. tho various pension laws of tho United States. United States before Congress and the Departments Pension for life,for widows of achofficetg4
ly Scriptures. By Gansscn, of Genava .
Extra Boxes and Brushes can: be had: of the Translated by Rev. E. N. Kirk. A new and en. 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, at Washington soldiers who marrired previous to 1800., .. "
legacies, and inheritances, in the United States and
subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons wanting larged edition. Ivol.l2mo. 410 pages, $1. foreign countries. Being located at Jacfcsonvelle/0r life, he will ....

; Gins, or Gins repaired please direct to Shanty, the Blacksmith : A Tale of Other Times. 6. For tho purchase and sale of lands in any of give his entire, and unremitting attention to his UNr-[[
Agents,or to S. L BURNS, By Mrs. Sherwood. 1 vol. 18mo. Illustrated. the States or Territories of the Unionand loaning profession, and: all business entrusted to his '

St. Mary's, Georgia. 50 cents. moneys on mortgage of real estate lying therein. care shall meet with prompt Attention. For the surviving, or the widows,: or minor
May 31, 1851. 6m Lily ofthe Valley. By Mrs. Sherwood. 1 vol. 18 7. For investment of funds in United States and J. McROBERT BAKER. children
mo. Illustrated. 50 cts. State stocks and loans, collection of the dividends August 1850. deceased officers and. privates

The Shorter Catechism of the Rev. Assembly of thereon, and, generally, for the transaction of all wio served in the
NU"lICE.-- -- Divines. With Proofs theroof ont of tho- -Rerln.--- business pertaining to a Law. Loan, and Banking .
I tures, in words at length. Per 100, 83.Extracts Agency. J. McRobert Baker War of 2812, with (Great Britain 4 {j

STEAM TV-MILL FOR SALE. 7All: communications addressed,post paid, to Mexican oro; or in any of the lay, a

SUBSCRIBER offers for sale on rea- from Opinions of the Press. Messrs. Palmer & Snethcn, American and Foreign ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. F., cHan War, since 1790. '':
-By Agency City Washington, receive prompt NOTARY
; termshis, STEAMS -} J.: T. Headley.-lhls work may very properly be and faithful. attention. PUBLIC. Terms mod..ratewJlere the claim, is rsublisi. ,, '
I AND MACHINERY, at Carey's Ferry, Du- considered a companion the "Sacred ,Moun PALMER A SNETHEN, COMMISSIONER appointed ly the following Statesto otherwise no charge., '- I

val county, Florida. The Engine is 20 horse tains" by the same author. Its' object is to illustrate Office No. 5, Carroll Place,.Capitol Hill. take Testimony, Ajfidavitt tf Actnoteledgtmeatt TheSubscriberis. ahfe appointed Agent in the Dotrirt t
power, 10 inch cylender feet stroke, and 2 and "render more bfe-like7' tho Sacred Writ- Sept. 6,1851. tf to be used therein oCCnlumbiaurthe &.
boilers 24 feet long, 36 in. diameter; all in ings.! It is not the author's design to supersede theBible British Cnmmercfal Life !

p,, complete order, and ready for immediate use. ; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to obtain Masonry, Bricklaying, ,Plastering Maine, Virginia, Vermont, Massachusetts, Insurance 1

It has also a corn mill attached. The Engine and become intimately acquainted and per. &c. Connecticut, New York, Pennsylvania, Company, fEstablished i
and Machinery will be sold if fectly familiar with its history, doctrines, and laws; '/T1HE UNDERSIGNED DelawfreMaryland Carolina, in 1520a.d empowered by; aetofParfi II
separate desired. takes this method of
to know its truth, to imbibe its spirit, feel its pow. South Carolina Ala mente for the Snsnrance of Lives and the endownn
I For terms, apply to me at Palatka, or to, my e r, and partake of its salvation; in a word, to prize, JL informing the public that he is ready to bama, Mississippi, Georgia Texas., ofchiJdren.tn London,New York WasLiogtonCny

agent Jas. B. Cole. in some measure,as deserves, this treasure,whichis do Bricklaying, Masonry: Plastering, Stucco July 27 1350. CAPITA r
A. H. COLE. indeed beyond price. We predict for it a circu- Work, &C., &c. He wiUfurnish..plans, and ly S3OOOOOO. \ ir

_Palatka Fla., May 10,1851. tf lation far beyond any of the author's former works. drawings, :when desired by persons for whomhe \ Cormnunicntioni addieasetl to the sabseribtr hVashington
D, C.,will receive
News Jan. ItJi.
-TIic prompt aHen
I \ is engaged to execute woik, without extra Philip Fraser, oa.t l''
Notice. SACRED SCENES AND CHARACTERS-Ity Rev J. charge. He is well known to the.citizens of ATTORNEYSCO UNSELLORATLA Attorney at Lam and THO-MPSOSr:,. m

MONTHS after date, we the under- T. Headley, author of tho "Sacred Mountains," Jacksonville as 'u competent mechanic, and } Comnissiover of M .
SIX &c.-This work will add JACKSONVILLE FLA. for North and South Carolut.
to the
.. reputationof work he has hI
signed, Administrators on the Estate of performed already for citizensof P.
the author. In merit ; S.-Referifneceasaytaheffeadg
literary it
Micajoh Peen, late of Columbia county, deceased equals his "Sacred :Mountains." :Mr. Headley more than excels the place, lie refers to as an additional evi WILL attend to any professional business ments.and Members Congress of Depart ,it
: will present our accounts and vouchers in his glowing style and vivid descriptions. 'His dence of his qualifications. : to him in the Courts of the Washington City,November, 1850. *m h"

to the Honorable Judge of Probate for said works are a rich treasury of all the sublimity of fj" Casts and Moulds for ornamental plastering Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at >

county, to discharged from the further ad thought,.moving tenderness of passion, and vigorous also furnished. JOHN IVERS. Tallahassee. He has also such 'an advantageous ', .th

, ministration of said Estate ; for which all strength of expression, which are to be found connection with an able Lawyer at Wash STIMSON. & V 0' S th
9 persons-heirs, legatees, or persons interested per- in all the languages by which mortals declare their N.B.-To Planters he-would say he has much i ington City. as will ensure a prompt and --, t)

i r -are hereby requested to take notice. minds.-See Daily Globe, Jan. 5th. experiance in putting up Sugar Batteries, and collection of such claims as may be placed speedy New-York, New-Orleans. '& M6, ,.,

: RHODA CORINTH RAMBLES AND SKETCHES-By Rev.J. T.Head- solicits work in that line, confident that he can in his hands against the United States.
f' ., WM. H. ROUSSEAU, ley.-We have not for a long timo sat down to,a give the amplest satisfaction. Charges moder- Sept. 8th, 1849 ly Express, $: 'ti
book with more pleasing ate. '
f anticipations, or found J. I. BY
Little Administrators. those anticipations more rally realized, than in the Jacksonville, May 31, l8l. ly- EVERY STE.tMsHIE.:
River, Aug. 16, 1551. 6m perusal of the work before us-and wo know it R. D. Kondrick

:., will be hailed with gratification by the many admirers AGENCY OFFICES : tIa;
l Floats. of the talented author. His "Napoelan and OF ATTORNEYfr COUNSELLOR AT LA IT, No. 19 \YoH Street. New York and 1

I, f THE UNDERSIGNED as the Agent of Hon. lit* MarsJiaW was;perhaps,as popular, and foundat Dr. S. S. I Tell'S WILL practice in the several Courts of the St. Chuiles Hotel ; ==
;' : '.. L. YCLEE, offers for sale least 03 many enthusiastic readers as any book Circuit, and in the Counties of Building, N.Qrletni. "
; Five Thousand Fire that can be mentioned. Wo think tho "Rambres CELEBRATED MEDICINES. Hillsborough and Benton of the Southern Circuit Mobile Agent,I BOULLEJD3 to.1
Hundred and Fifty Acres of and Sketches" are destined to DO as popular at of Florida. Lr EOCeTatlenti01l'paull
, Used by him with tics colleai..s be
dsstsngutsheuccess in the
least as any of his previously published
:' works. Tampa Bay October 28th Drafts, NotES, fe. 'r
. in fractions There is not a dull chapter in the cure of 1849.-nov.17. .th',
of 40, 80, or 160 acres; to be located on work, filled as it
! ?; any of the public lands in the State of Florida,sub. : with "an infinite variety." The author has ample Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, ,
; ". j oct to entry at the Land Office. room and verge enough for the employments of his I ,Asthma Heart ;Diseases Wm DT Tunnoj NOTICE. ft
' JOSEPII'FINEGAN.: fine talents to great advantage-and most sueees- Dyspep FACTOR fy COMMISSION *
:I J'acbonTilleJune28,1851. tf fully has ho accomplished the task. The biograph. sia, Gonorrhoea,; Piles. 'Female North MERCHANT, "VI: E have appointed T.'O.UounESOur; G.- '4f.e
J I ical sketch of the author. interesting and "well. Commercial Wharf T T eral Agent and .
. considered," and adds much to the value of the Complaints, &c., &c. Feb., 14.-ly Charleston S. C. and all business in the Attorney ofPalmer&Ferrj to settle:WJ I
. name
Administration Notice. book, which is got up in a very neat and attractive ALSO To collect and 'I.en

ALL PERSONS interested are hereby noti ed, style by tho publishcr.-See Portland Transcript, Dr. S. S.;: Fitch's Supporters Shoulder Palmer & Ferris receive all debts dueriTtT the firm" itn
lcc..Ibth. Harmonic *J *>ona- o&t
fix months from the date hereof I shall[ Institute : mortgage-* t.I,
Braces ,
'Tubes oro also
present my account of my administration oftho es Mr. Headley is one of the most promising writers Inhaling and Lectures Corner ol St. Jnllen Street and for Darius Ferris dectUed. tla1l
Market All
, tate Henry Hartley: deceased to the Honorable of this country. and we have here one of his ,on Consumption, and the Square, persons having demands against Palaer "dj,
Judge of Probate of Duval county ,and ask for a best books-one' on which he can safely rest his art preserving Life and, GA. Fcrrisor. Darius Ferris Deceased- will F! ,
final settlement with the came, and discharge from I fame. It possesses the unfatigaing charms of pee. F ZOGBAUM A CO., Importers and Dealers sent the same to T0.. Holmesfor paymeB, a r'b
my administration thereof.SUSANNAH: foot Health, to Old jfe a in Music and MUSICAL all
_ simplicity truth. Thero is a graceful INSTRUMENTS, of persons indebted to Palmer & Ferris or,111 ,
HARTLEY Adm'x. frankness pervading the every description;wholesale and retail. rius Ferris t k
composition, which engages .. ,are requested to f
call T. O.Hotoa
August 0, 18.n. 6m the interest of the reader in, JComplote Bands furnished, and Dealers on .:::
.. : : the author aswell ,I have beennppointed.Agent for the sale! at New York supplied forsettlementand: make
;' aa in the subject: Jlfa ramMpq" about ftnnn the JlhoVft Honda. and will ,prices., payment. <& '0.
; NEW CLOTHING STORE. Paris and London, exhibited thousand' -lively nnfDniftA.ely I,. Jti. jucKURY, Jr., SARAH P.:,FERRIS. %. eat"AdmJx.
r on hand at :-niy Drug store) in he. June 21.
traits of an ingenious nature, which Town of ly Agent .ofD.FEKJuS dee.
I upon a man of Jacksonville.Bounty IIJ
,. JMODE Agent,has opened CLOTHING Tampa .Tampa ,
DRY anew. taste will delight linger. We.predict for this a Bay,Fla.Dr. DAVID L.PALMEB.r: ?" SaJackson'rfleJan
it o. li 7 **r<*t: sale equal to that of any of the author works.-.. L.D.ROGERS. land ]
' one door orMr. J. FmncganV, and respect See New-Tori Netct. ,& General Agency S50. if I
fully invites the citizens of -_ ...
l1UTOu.ndingeou.ntry to come, and Ice for and them.the The collection is one which no author need be Bears Bcnrsl !_ _Bears WASHNGTONDC: : .. &,

. eelvcs. 'You will positively buy your goods in this ashamed.) It consists,indeed, of some of Mr.headicy's I ,WILL purchase all the BEARS7"OIL and ;.JOSEPII ,T. 'VALliER" Will givEr Administrator! Notice. / l
new store cheaper than most brilliant and high-finished GREASE that the Citizens of prompt and emcieDt.attention ttlX: MONTHS' '
ever you did in Jacksoo- compositions Florida,will to the BOUNTY AFTER, ,DATE i we :.Y D I
sonvillo before. J.MOD .- -of these specimens his; abilities by which he ship to me in ;Savannah. will pay for the Oil. LAND CLAIMS otofficer and soldiers in L. present our and vouchers, tOp :k'Q.
: June H, 185L. 6m may judged with the greatest safety to his fame One Dollar Gallon the Grease' the late'Florida War or either engaged lion. Judge'ot. Counts Rir
fifty Cents or the Indian 'for Columbia
&I a world.painterand a COUtyi
: thinker.-Su :
t. -:-- : New-Yor/ Pound, the articles must be Pure Wars in which the United torn fin jFlorida' ,,
States ,
Tri/Jull, Dee, 17th, 184.g.. or lwiltraot have been en llettIement'aud ask &
Notice N. B. The'.above Books will be positively reject Jfiem.; ::1 am, a-good"judge' of g aged, or the War with Great Brita charge from the further: Administration oftk' a&'j

.:Atlantic It Gall:Roll.Read ComPUT.Tin der, at the JUice.mentioned, freeof forwarded pOstage/'to to or : them. They must be in'Meir natural state., and to any description of business requiring an, Estate of'Archlbald Kogans, late of r;.
Is : next of the United : any 'W.HUMPHEYS :Agent or Attorney at ty, deceased or StereAdministrator'8 tlirt
annual election for Directors of part States, on the receipt ot- orders, Washington. For: procuring which -aU Persons '

:- the Atlantic & Gulf Rail Road Company with money.. ,Money, may. be sent by mail at my .VVnOU SALE DRUGGIST,* land warrants, his charge will be 83.: 'In are'desired. to take.. otjc I : '1
mk., Nor. 16, 8.O) ', other cases it will be '. .,
will beheld .
at the ly Savannah :1
city St. Augustine the JOHN 1( ,,.Geo proportioned to the nAture Z. HOGANS;J.d D' .$
J Court Koom in the Court House 'in said TAYLOR, Publisher :To'. and difficulty the ca .e. I J : 'it tc
at.twelve o'clock city, U3 Neuutrtet. Nevt-Yorl. Post. masters-Post Office' .. He will also in ROBERTs, Adm' .
on Monday the;; 13th d act connection with AligatorFla. Mayi1 ; 't\
Agents l85i.
"Clf 0. or
;August 6
October. next, 1851.) __ A 2m." Stamps.In ,. ". :iimflnndcrignd .. 'A ttorneys in Florida,who may be employed in, I ,' -' k! .

,' (11"; A. BENSON, Ex cntor'Notice. i: Post a. Pleasant:Grore, Bounty land and other claims,on ,terms which : "'II,
.'- lAlJed1any Co'M; be I agreed ,'
(i-i B.A. PUTNAM andwuthe'rst person may TnLette I (which Notice. tr-.i
:, IS HEREBY .. the U. 8.'who eon elved and undert ok' be, post-paid) should 1VOTICE IS HEREBY; :
,OCO..R..FAIRBANKS". NOTICE GIVEN That stx to extonrivrfv receive' immediate l I GIVEN b&l'* ,
: from publish, the idea atten .J_ .
., shall of ui' "on.. months troni .
to supplying od of-
apply the Hon. Ang. datr
Commissioners. ISal flees with 171850. fi-fej tit ""
cheap' .. JK
: Judge Probato of .tamp<< JAll HOD. II
:; Aug.Dj'18l. US county, for a final di. re .tamps made by him Judge Probate tets .
charge from the Administration warrentod.equal oriupesior to -- otDunreoul1&l; "
of the Estate anyother that final :
: :: .. Matthew n.1hillpsJate said county D v&1" can.bo.-prcured; .at the ..ame price, and whenever Ch rieiiaiT4C.R'ONvjj ; :Estat discharge, from the Administration ou' 11
Notice.UTMONTHS : deeeUd. '. ALBERT o-, any&1'0 Alent.out 11\ any way defective : 0tSO1omozE; Huftingh latef .
PHILIPS or unsatWa. A" ,
I .
tory duplicates maIl ." tl!. count1 ofiDuvaJ :;
.after :dale. I will present to : August 23, 1851 em -Executor; : out charge. be forwarded, on notice.. tb. ,deceased.. 'z--: ; if 181
the_Honorable order a'Jet ofatrnps. I .. R.ffm : "'
: Judge (of Probate,forJg 'CJtANOE FOIt 'bArTns; 'WITH .. WM.D.RoSsj4d ;, 'tLt
lombia.county, :D1.accouut'4Dd .vouchers ,'as Old, Iron, Brass and,Copper Wanted!" tbfrt f 1 ha11, .a.t"'T1rO"Donan In. .- 'dIdm (rot and-SALIsI?any part of,the County. attended M4,10/18- ,.- 6m' :' t'ql....
: Administrator. : tho ILi) "to respectnlly solicited. ,
Estate ,5"
of 'saId> county: : deceased of;;Samuel for; ',which Illnson'late all{ JUt'T>ERSONS,,which having old Iron,Brass or,Copper nyQoML"'" :OS\.H 1easant ;.., : ": Jacksonville, May 0, 1848, I I ', : :ieelli9".I'N tlu-';:'-:;- _.I
person concerned are they:. :Jo dispose,of;will .find A1 y totpubUahi r :TOTIOE.J8 ; ,
Jiereby lgtli d'thlsi oUoef:3 EEREBajv.EI \ 1
requested to
Bale Tor ; ;; \naf
rea< all -
y tlieycanring : WB U.,
tafce'nollecj as I shall ask d.the'Fo't1R, : tiinessnJeendlng pairaiTiNo"
'p -,I"( to be uncharged from ; a o P1Cl>1'&per/ 1 D reeein> \ monthI, frzndat I j
Jacksonville ; sbillspplflo.t
pKT ilL : '
theturthtt and receive,liberal ; "' "M"wft H.ODe
administration of i&iJmim : : ne Judge of
.. estate.: Tw twice the amount RIECUTRD14A'Eth'A'l'COST..AIarge : ; Probate"or
prices for,i he Dan'coantr;
4 s the. 1
i '
: l5M5 ; final "
J' ; \VAJU.BOUBBEAU.Mm'r., ripgwIn r ;.if pecferredaood; en.' ',_ discbarg fromh.'Aamtniatntl t("
: D.
tittle KlTcrjAo! ; 10 l8:;!.. :' | >QEORQB'J100NEy.tProprietor. ;? oN8I'oli'&D'engraved : j : E..t.'J.1iri!
,, l'ff m :! J I It l11.7. ..., tfJl( :... ;:newlpapor'DolIars.it as hcad, 1 and dedgnof'the Yalue-ofiPin .L fash1onabIeDoets tisaortwent4of: :. uideecu.,. ... !.iti !.;tar .I.
f"QJf1. t. J.14'1851; ; aDd P ru ls, b,ie1 t a s'
'Ma1' (
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