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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 25, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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.)
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I on thee should look my last 7 lalransferring, Cuba 10
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.. stffl open that face't look; .ACKSONtIL. r.! LAcATV11DA J\ OCT. 25,18JJ.. .NO..4:9.Anlitor'g : :AdIse Viewed ttider aa ""Evil* Ere*** .
And .
Ii -- __ .,_. I Doting the of die
.i'twmmn. again --r' __._. .__ progress Great Exhibition"the .
A!tl ; .c ; --: ._ r-- exiled
omce : family ofibe
late
tbs1atch-strlnglwhsugs .King of the French
thdugbil hnD t world.wbile! their
brook '
And ftill position in a tropical 1 climate i might have
out.-enter..withon& rknoekiD 1ttenhontomisoi. bvtn met from lime
iaiataf r .' takeoff--your. gives them thongb'nofnnimportant to time in thd
That riit1oot things aad. 'vilneabOT any.other: In thetf. i source of dissatls' Frencb'comparmenef
make
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yeurself at home. States -' 'l s7re action; And this leads' to Crystal Palaea.-
me
when I speak than dost,not say ; They hammock lands. who e'rich'top'eon i intimate that have There Wai not a.l but made
Bat : (fD"n crawfished oat ofthe stand. fobbing ''finds foundation'In'a'bed"' of 'mar) you perhaps, overrated the tleman but way. cot a'gen
ne'er leR'futllald ,
the ; TfDU"'Or.CUb3ln pl&ctd himselfIn
What his .tatlnl them decerat'postudrespec
head like
at $
a'41p.np.tnId'the 20,000000
cheers-for avera lngahouttwenty Inchesunder r ,-
. AdgL.glfeeisweflttflay. "DaD.". .:A D Ruwell" ; sur- )11 IhaVe no meahsal hand of ; as the aged wlcl w.or. Lduls'.Phlllippe
obtaining
--m and: ; fuce., Dr. B a accu '
Young planter here has
that baa In
"Dary,
cane. her
: rate: in formation monrnirg weeds
,1tiryhoU! art dead! Ci ckett.!'J been"rat I : ,bnt I believe 913,000,000 will passed by, With bttcaniethe
J. : .; _' oritait seven years, and if obetter; I I be found a large estimate. Of this mother of .tb boy who would DO" C
equally as good'riow'ns sum about '
h'was"in
rton eould'stittay, e'en as then art Frhf Iti third $8,000,000 are appropriated the of have'worn the French crown bad the honseof
If 'SosI fth.out.. yea' Unimproved; the land is selling at ten : the internal "' expenses Orleans remained in the ascend at.
Ali cold and all serene, Resources 't"s dollars per acre., ,ltR location adminlstrntjon of, the. island, and Sb'ertooj
nth FUrlda.T .. upon.river of i SSjOOOjOfOO/flre/witbdrawn was received with such marks of deference
I gtTl might fan thy silent heart, wish to'direct 'your,:attention:t<'> all that easy nivijrs I Mon and deep bar', (ten fee tat low paia. Now you will not be'surprised to.the finances if the of might With' propriety be offered to 'her rank: ;
. An! when thy nles! hare been ; o' Florida"soutli water., ) ami.Its access to New Orleans'perhapsenhancing to her
put 'of the Hue of frost, butparttcnlarly I Creoles of Cab ,WhHe e'en thy hilt! bl0c cone I laTe, to'the'Manatee River and its ad- tbe Its vnltie.' There is land enough in between $13.000,000 paid in taxes; by them tune. The calamities of thr generations of

Th.m mest still mine own ; vnntapef; Itn.11: shall give yon a description Immediate vicinity for thirty plantations selves, a poPolatiqoroply two-thirds ora mil. theioriie of v Orleans.were 'np esented in her
of
I Bat at lUy thee in ttie grave, of its climate, Uarland., "nd its productions. about two hundred acres, each yielding a lion; all told; black'and White and tbe sum on person.;: .Grandfather, father and.. ron-sbe"

The'noil nerally" U poor hogshead and .baIt to the acre. ly three times .. "H ..i.'tint
D10ulldiur -
I alone! pine.ll1nd.. but'it as large paid by the O.XKlOjOOOr:
.. -I fed am is not of tht we oqiKt ; it Isof; our wonderful But, it is nit of our rich lands that I 8 ou1spt.ak souls the'American Confederacy.- Moreover revelations fortune which bad struck theta

climate whose genial influence ; there's emulation enough after them; $5,000.000 of the $13,000,000 .11. The first bad died but recently-In exile
not think where'er thou Art, exerts itself are withdrawn ,
do
..< I '. alike on animal 'nd 'rrgetable nature. The the poor mAn has no chance there. I would Invite from the island, while their'neighbors d .jo td of 'tost crown for which be bad ed

Thou ha, forgotten me: heat is'sufficient to stimulate a rapid and luxuriant his attention to the poor lands, and. teach I all their revenues among themselves. 'At'expr4I shrewdly;layH ; the second had perished by

;" And I. perhaps may soothe this heart growth, while it is .nner..80 intense as him to trust to the climate for what he ,found estimate'of $20,000,000the' burden your a violent: death; the third 'remained a'prince ; '

la thinking too, of thee; to hecome disaereeable. The thermometer rises wanting the toil.. I 'w9nld 'tench him that still more oppressive. Besides, the Creoles appears are in name, but a helpless in reality, dependent

:. Yet there was round thee inch a dawn to ninety-two, perhaps not four times a to there that are valuabh,staples peculiarly adapted excluded from all high offices-these form a upon the pretarions sympathies of political

Of light ne'er seen before. year. As i it is not extreme in its variations of very soil. I would tell him how he precious stock of places in the gift of the me. partizans even'for a courteous acknowledg

. As fancy never could hare drawn, temperature neither is it rapid in the succession could profitably.plaot bis eighty acre tract in tropolitan Government: native's 'of Spain, merit of the'position- to which hi,was born..

can restore! of those variations but always maintains oranges limes. Mnnilla.hemp, ami ens tor bean; who affect to regard the Creoles with snpercili The prozmess ot ,th 'R01al part.mid them;
And never how
; that equality and 'dry ness of climate RO grate. a single ncre Auiriea gniss wbuM afford ous contempt. genions works and manufactures 01 the nation

tail to Ib'Northern ny.lid. believe it is the perpetual food for his team of two hordes or You will'have seen that this letter or mine' over which' they once held sway could not have

tf ttUaurou healthiest climatein toe woria. Our northersAre mutes, ana six or sevenmiicn cows; how ftsh has been suggested by'your article on Cuba in been otherwise than gratifying to tbeir :feel
.
I less bleak than on the Eastern coast' ,'as and a turtle pen and an oyster bank would af- j this morning's Times. "I beg, in conclusion ings. There appeared to exist a' ,strong desire

An Electioneering Gem. they are warmed by radiation of tbe whole ford him and his single tine, nutritious (Odor j make a remark or two relative to jour intimation among all the French exhibitors that the widow
.. peninsular over which they ( the whole year; and bow easily his meat- tbnfkthe and family of their late Sovereign should be)
One of the gre tst taiion eric of the age must paw to reachus. hon, hereditary righ's of the Spanish
could be
e
Our winter months Are truly filled with enison find'beef. I Crown are guarantied Powers received with every token decorum.; If there
by
t Mr. D.mlel R. Ru're11, a c.xnlil.,te fur an. delightful ; would tell him that which .would. was deference
;is A prospei'tymusti follow on tbe one side the other
WP are just south of the line of frost, nnd the H He bound to their duties by private interests no on :
Jturin issi.sij'i'i.His t mode of el f tjoneerin [ mid. not enough to injure the most delicate settlement here, for God bus blessed the land, less'than by treaty obligations." With most tbere was the most marked courtesy. The

is iw deal with -sovereigns" with the flower, is yet of sufficient intensity to invigorate and lIe will blew.the people. of my fellow-citizens, I sincerely desire that I spectacle was gratifying to all observers. Here
Your obedient servant,' 3. ft. L. was undeserved misfortune borne with becom
i us and enable us to from the 'ub-i may preserve its
blunt frankness discarding particle recuperate re present political rela
Bnst every taking effects of a continuous but not. severe Manatee, Fla., August 3,'lSl. lions, but with a government more liberalcon- ing dignity, and a graceful homage paid to Cal ::

" of blarnuying humbug. The following summer. It i I" the most favorableclimate for siderably ameliorated and less extortionate on !len grtfjtnes*. Amid all the wonders of the

ikitcb ofa late speech delivered by him, must pulmonary invalids on the Western continent The London Times-The Cnba finectlaa-.Hon.. the part of Spain. Most of ns believe the acquisition Crystal Palace there has not been a more interesting 4

.uTf jttuxled bis opponent to reply to : instances have occurred where they have Ashel.Smith.- of Cuba by ns to be in no degree desirable sight than the reception of 'the exiled I

bwn nfmid to leave here;' I myself one, We copy from the London .Tjoes for American interests, unless circumstances Q een of tbe French, and the mother of tbe '
tbe.follow.
Ladies an-1 l Gentlemen: I rise-hut thori'"sJOBS' Count of Paris the
by manufacturers and
,
, telling that know I rn and 1 intend tac-iting here on that account. On ing letter addressed, to the"editor of tbitkjournal force us to take possession of it. I of the : exhibitors I
yon you
; which
from
f do. I 11m a modest upsttlIisI ex-training the dead list. I find the only diseases by tbe Hon. Asbel Smith: of Texas flow in trust' that the American Government will never been country they had.
nun- recently driven amid all the .
very terrors of
, but have nevrr lot a* picayune by it. in to be old age, and tbe consumption, the Europe. In reply fo the 'initiation of 'the lack the good taste and sense to receive with In reolaUob
atmed j jI
;
my last being on exo'ic and not indigenous here. Times that tbe r eIpct the friendly ennneels of other Powers _
hereditary tights of the Span. :
life. Being scarce muiodity among c ndidttes is it not mournfUl 10 And ounvic driven to
I thoujrht I would m"n'i'.n it, for fenrif Many valuable plants thrive luxuriantly jib crown to Cuba are guarantied by Powers but I roc in my own mind that I sper- tht'uc- I the conclusion th this decent pageant had n*
termination
1 diJat you never would beer of it. here even in the poorest sd !. The Sisal or which would be bound to their duties by private that of my. couutrymen, in declaring more nobler"meaning tbau a shallow electioneering
nJi'htes are omsiutred as ; Manilla Hemp jrrnwn on. despite of drought, interests no less than by treaty obligations we will not permit the -Power alluded -n"wu'no with
peneraily the
flu overflow fire, nnd even a slight front; in three be enunciates the Ira American doctrine to to interfere by force of arms in the affairs sympathy
bat there nut the made the French
they
vices, ; are politestfeed progress by people arts and.
in the worl, shake you by the baud, tusk'yeuzhow'syour y Mrs yon may cut it, rnd even with' the present -a doctrine which our w ole pAOple wjll of American Cuba, or. in any other home matter of she manufactures which impelled tbe family ofKing

. family, whlt' the for instrument for cleaning it,you may gross be found to sustain, though itwere, to he done continent beyond their own colonnlal Louis Philippe to visit the repositories
prosnect $600 to the ban.1 and the at the possessions nor will.we suffer the
You
& and I the to acre. mny cannon's mouth,or at the, point of tbe ; institutionsof which the' treasuries'of
Mia politest min there is their'ingenuity'hadbeen
:
eropi dig bundrds bushels of Ctimpti from the bayonet. But let Cuba to destroyed by secret fraud
iitbeSttte. Davy Crockett mys tbe politest us give Mr. Smith's letter: violence. or open stored up. They.did not even act in
The
poorest acre, without exhausting it; for the To the Editor the attempt to do so by the first
Times.
Sir
of Tbe obedience the
MB he ever saw when be uskrj a man to : true rneiuasls tbe to wayward impulses of griefs-
I irink turned Lt ma back so that he might drink root is pure starch, composed of no minerals cause and origin of tbe wbolemovementin Cuba convulsion true cause and origin of the present It was not to measure tbe extent of their loss

u much ns he pleased. I beat tbtt all hollow; except carbon and tbe top returned to thet soil, appears to be as little understood-on this side it by the last Cuba means'would; the attempt accomplish that they paid a passing visit, the exhibitionof
cli.ihce drink repays wih generous interest tbe draft upon of tbe Atlantic as the. rntrors about Cuban af insure the French industry. AH was shallow calculation
I ciTe a nun a to twice if hevisbw incorporation of Cnba into -
it during tbe last Sow the seed the American Union.
year. once, fairs
for I not only turn around, but shut uncertain and unintelligible. Spain has been counseled -tbere was no feeling, no romance .corii
and have it forever. The Castor Oil to abolish J"yrrln
I I you plant I beg permisffiott to state stew foe's which cerned in the The
BJ fIf! I am not only the politest m*n,Jbut here Cuba, in a certain event ratter. veriest elKtioneering 1
advice
pfrenniof, growing witdee twenty ;taking aud
tit best eli-ctioneorer. Ynu ought to see me may, perhaps; throw souse light upon the sab- acts of hasty agent who ever planned the tactics of a J
tef't high. find hnndrea oDd relinquishment have hitherto
t producing a fifty not
ihi'iiug h 10.1&l with the v trial ions-the pumpkindle ject been traits in the Spanish character. borough campaign,could not have devised a
bushels to the acre. It will always remunerate The movement now in progress navmg for Perhaps, tbler than he .in which
the
unroyal progreu ,
the
and the the
pendulum, cro vigz1e.wsgle. 1 uud! Tsfantl ihe science per.ectl.a'J cultivation, even if jold fur Lamp Oil ndbllrnt Its object a change !In.,the political relations of : themselves bound:to wo Into effect not consider edict !banished Royalty.France condescended. to
for IIht. Cuba, originated In that island aril exclusive carry an play so Will it be
unworthy a part. believed
of he
ifnnv i county candidate. wish abolition such
as bus been counseled. It
To the settler a thousand anupectfd lOurces I ly with the Creole of
population Spanish orig -can we expect that our words.should obtain
be
instruction* they ruusi on me. might
can equally
gratification start up. He may eat here, in : and all of the early steps of that movementsuch advisable too, in framing credence in the eyes of.Europe-. when we write
Fellow-citizens, I WAI born-if I hadn't beenhOQMn'l such an edict to include decree
a for tbe abolition
his olives bananas, and .
own oranges. pine apples of certain that the widow
as publication articles of King Louis !jPhillippe, ted
hive been candidate 1>ut 1 of serfdom in
a nm Russia and the
; goinz.totrllymi ; he may fringe his yard with an edging American newspapers,tbe purchase of arms and regulation the mother of the heir-apparent in the Orleans'
of the
where 'tWitS.not in Mississippi nffirs ofthe Nizam:
; of his own cocoa trees; he may inhale at once munitions anti the enlisting volunteers line ,were literally *toutiag" .tor their own.
bit'tw&scnthe right tuimleof the line have the honor to be ;
negro ; the of the lemon and the tsmine he respectfully, '
perfume j ; in different parts of tbe United States'for the Yonr nomioee to the Dresldfn. .J' or 'Rnnhlim.nPrance
jrttha's no compliment, as the negroes are may sit under tbe shade of b s oleander and of in effect tbe most obedient servant while
to Due
purpose carry ing revolutions ASHBEL SMITH of they appeared to bephiing .
mostly born on the same side. I started in the Texas.
world cmpe-myrtle trees. or be may sleep thrre. fanned ry ttt'mrt8. wire.nnid,for by'moneysraised, in London S.pt. 3. 1831 ;a part In so touching a ceremonial Such
'IIS church I
poor AS a mouse yet came by gentle winds and lulled to rest by the f'uha, and contributed for this 'wtij purpose :turn..ont to be the literal troth of the case.'I
lonestly l h1 my poverty, for I inherited it; and music tbe mocking-bird. This pradi [From th N. T. Daily Times.
if cain by the C'rroei Spaniards. As to any money } The darners$ who were to sway the decision of
I
luebeM Jid start poor, no man cac Bay but that I be created ; he has put to plant and to awaitpatiently thnt may hav. been recently collected, 'IS well The Slav Trade la CalMa.In ,the great Parisian audience had been cleverly '

dnli'Uten my owt remarkably well. be nluh.The HS expressions of sympathy and other acts of the year 817,Spain entered into treaty posted at the booths and counters of the French

generally tell you. if yon think resources nf this pnrt of Florida are very en-operation on the part of the American citizen .ilipulation.witb Fugland, by which she compartment in the Great Exhibition. Failing!
tty are q
toasts; I ask your votes. Why, there's no- I t vast orange and lime orchard: the bug is actually I its present lulp:11itud.p.-aU these, I say, have, broughougbt: her'entire dominions on the 30th' ,sislea.la interpreting mere tokens of deference

4ingu*$. think of, except to w.atch and see thut disappearing, and all the trees that were IriT point of.facts;nothing to do with the origin day of M"y,'1820 and that from'that period it and courtesy in** forraal actsof adhe The

; 'II"i name i k not on y inr l eket. If so, tIink once infested by them, are now clear, and are of the movement. '. "should not be lawful for any of tbe subjects of uplifted hat ofa Fren,v exhibitor not only in

tiKrttch it off. and put mine on. I am cer- green and luxuriant.As The inquiry, then. naturally arises, what the crown of Spain to purchase Slaves or'carry .plied,that i ts wearer-Bjintvuvj j with the mil-'

Ui, Itttn competent fur ho had ought to grazing country, it is remarkably fine, wejnnc the motives c1 objects of the Cubans 1- on the Slavetrade. on, the coast of Africa .f u.nes.or.tb Orleans line, but i rnififd that

hot better than I do 7 Nobody. I will allow and the pastures are green the whole year.We .- the inquiry becomes more curious as tbe upon any pretext or in any manner what yer" I he was ready to_ note himself heart an* ),tmj

tta ivan is the best Auditor in tbe State, have a grass here which grows with such Spani8b-.AII"rieao'poputaliona are"supposed to For this stipulation, Great Britain paid to to the restoration of Jts,fortunes.. But this pei

at i ia.liIIlllm elected ; then perhaps it's notpNperfbr wonderful luxuriance, as to feed ten head of entertain extravaigantlikingtortheir neighbors Spain tbe bum of $2,000.000; yet in spite of ty and undignified :man u'ering was not simply -.

me to sty any thing more. Yet. as cattle to the acre; the Guinea grass. No soil ofa different,race arid religion. this solemn treaty stipulation, it is notorious confined to,the walls! .of the Crystal Palaces

I ttkonest man, turn bound) to say I believe it's is too poor to raise h, and once in possession The main cause of tbe Cuban movement.is that at least trieaty thousand Slaves ore annually Other methods were' devised for ;feeling the '

, pietoussin to bide any thing from my feldtixensj the ground, you may cut it monthly,'for a long the 'uncertainty of their property and the insecurity brought'from Africa to the Island of Cuba' pulse of the .French nation and:ter hag ,thechances ,

I "' ; therefore, i say that it'n my pri. succession of years. of thtlrsoclaand) political condition, alone! of tbe future. .It .was' ;hoped that the e

tate"pinion. publicly expressed,that I'll make Pooh says Mr. Wiseacre nil this is a fudge. und even of their lives arising from the mis.cblvouelntermeddling It !is from this source mainly that Cuba derives :celebration the. funeral ceremony: in King.

" wtKtt Auditor ever in the United States. I've been there. Why sir! the lauds are low of British abolitionistswith her prosperity. Her..slaves,..especially street,Cbappel. .would afford to the partisans of, -

L.1'11 Dot for honor I wish to be Auditor, for nudist so much the better-air'they won't thy slave Institutions fCub Theselndividnals those employed in. thecultivation.; of sugar, .the house of Orleans, further .opportunity of

>BJ.WQ county I wasoffert4. office that wash) but they airesa fly ;, we can only woik have continued their mischievous which is her principle staple' ;arc_driven to the testifying. their, ,unbounded,.devotion.. As lae.

.. 'q llhonor-Coroner-which I respectfully them the easierandj lib "'better .he.ltb".lr;; practices, tampering with the slaves and poisoning most oppressive and destructive t l1."t: During 'stOI'1II.told.l1o stone was left nLtnrned to secure *.

HwH. Ine Auditor's office worth some but they won't produce oats and corn;'we do nnd infuriating their tempers,against the seton of sugar-making they are: allowed attendance of the ,French tradesmen-

I r. :' (R.OOO a year, anfll"lII 1 in for it like a thou. not need them in a land of eternal pastures\\ their masters ,.from a period antecedent theonen'nutragVs scarcely any rest day or njght. The treatment present in London, as well M of their wives and-

11 **i of lirick. To show my tfxvlness of heart you have no Aprll. JI ; true, but ,,we, have cisterns Mr/Corisul Tbrnbull down to which, they receive may be,infer red from' daughters,"at the French chapeL The''edlfice sacred

I flmkesb1! r to my ompetitor.. I am of the b..ahhit'stand swcIistwaler in the present moment.' And It is believed by tbe the well-knoWn fact that theiiirage'llfej. after .was to crammed with enthusiastic c

wre1heinrelrctI, at
r 'l\ill, .by the c.tnw; ihererore fem willing to peal to the tbouands'who flock to: the'plains largely approvedJn'England,a.nd\ winked at by ngricultur.il! districts does not exceed, eight ed like the -arcades of the"-Qper on Jenny;

a 4ili' fqially with him, on J make these two I of Florida, to find,new, life in ';nrr soft winds this g 1erntbl'nt. .Of'tbe'correctness'of' this yean, The decrease in their numbers are not Lind I J bt.. Nor were tbe' French DlLD fat r-

i *' rritikethe8! lary and be1 may have and softer sky! I appeal' to her sons; born and 'I 1"lnloo''have nothing7 say; I merely state suppli.-d. with us, by tbeir natural increase; ems preaentlnLondon2 the.only subjects of.tbisl ',.

i $ e\on r. or lie may have the honor, and I'll raised 'upon her bosom, whose m.inly forms the belief of the mo r intelligent Creoles of Cu- : that,among tbe slaves inCuba is very small- Ingenious cnlcul hOD. It was' hoped that.the'

t ,%j f. kiliiy. and'pliant vigor tell otht-r tiles, than'.ordi. bn. TbeykflOwtOOthtbY: are'depandsnt It Is supplied by' importation the seizure English.would i'eapon&totheglsd. aCcIa iatio

,>the way of honors have received enough ease t 'but there's'no doubt about I it i sir your on a power .fdeOliningrank and ff'eblE'r80Jt- of negroes on ,the coast of.Africa, ani their of.the Orlcanlst' party -and ,that,this united.

'I4tsf BM- for Hie. I went out to Mexico, lands are mlseraly poor; in one >ense of the eec;" on .tb..ic strongly apprehend Ttbnt! in.the transportation ,to' the island of Cuba., The clamour' .wonld' sufficient' to determine ihe.
Ia&rork anil) riin nod .f it. Tbe war Spanish authorities there are.known to have votes of universal France.. In ..t.YOUfof. the
braig ffnt in the mu.110.,1 | word, I grant it J 110 another, I deny event of an European eipecIAlIyifIoIv.
I$4_ ,* ] everything except live Mexilf hind is rich in its adaptation to the climnte as lat any great State of theWest; of Eorope.they systematically connived at this Infamous trafficand Prince de Jc-inville. ,Such is aii oatline of the,

*tL Hrr>i to &,* I went; -charge." I best suited to the peculiar vegetation which the I would 'aU.undertbe.proteclorateot an Enroi several .of the Captaini-General have'received paltry scheme' for (furthering! preteritfonsof .

t4rpd; "br""k for slur ehnparr.1 VJ yon bad climate prows.There's i penn? Government. of glgantib power.both, by a share- -in.ita.pJO ls as the price of tol.fratibn. a mcin'ber' oftbeOxleane the family; 1 1 ii needless

believe J be.&ta quarter utg ill doing my not an-acre'in the broad soil of Florida leA;and land, aDd 'of vastvretbu'rces. This ap. *.- : to sayi ,hayeven If .stage .iii nianagert-

Ifr. that will not yield a rich return in some prehension is a fixed idea in the Cohan mind. It; is in this way that Cuta.ifl enabled tb cpni; could fcave iuce.eded. in.arra, gnghiIrtooi3''Oti

1 ? 1 e prtiior. Swan is ubirl .ofjrolden,. thing. 'They take bnt a narrow view of the They,know,>too,' that such'protectorate wonld pete seaccessftlly with' other"nations io' the pulling ori.,their their wires!according to,the it wonla.ha've very,
: imaginations .
S 'r, wbo has ben swimming| for the list economy of nature,who ',willcall !and'P0r be- insureaspeedyfcnangein the social institutionsof culture of' sugar. She is not compelled tb r'aisi promise, boi: own little- Still U ,hare-
" tJeIr$1n the Auditors poid, at $5 000 'a cauxe it won't yIe1ii'c4rn\ Fertility of the the Island, with the !total ruin of their pr p-. slaves, tb pay the'cost bringing,them pp.from been signified 1 : moat ;

1'trt- .law for rot it ion. 1 want to rotate him soil Is nreh'ive term: Eterv?'s4U is fertile/ that. erty.] Ubder these circumstaric'ps,'it will net .1 Infancy to an age at,Which tbeir labor"become? .an bnt addlihlonal.niortlficatipn to at:meet the"verw witlknotbing \ >
dJ Jntzn even
I 4 route myself in There's plenty' of IJI ii tuU. Florida l 'poor,.with. !itii turpentine appear] strange It the Cdbans should desireto; Vilunblel She bu'thus Ibendvantae" ribt only ontsetof the; drami pp The ;
'
*?,*.t) him to swim ontnideot( that pond! ;' to'pay six hundred dollars to the hand f Poor! become an.integral unit coequal member dost ( 'of, the'English l islands in which,1; slavery crowded-.ths approaches tathe: '
rbapel.were not galleries'wen'no
sides' of million of oftbe .vigorous States of the world,! having been/abolished j laKor dearer t over ;
I **&r pop i-i your rotes for ine fli' 'pop'ea. ,wtb} its oak; to 'rib tbe 'a' tone fihi rib'French !
J nttered
&ad roysel llln.i ships 7 Poor I. with' its, ; cotton, rice, and cane though It bi deemed also'j uote:of hftm.: dI1g'-: LouisMniu1an'I' e1ery.otbri-ugu-giowtog i..- J7 partz&ns: tkeex'jeted
poo ;'shout-aridrno ,, oglUh 1ae. ,
tftte1bllt thepoVerantbe d jrfonwhere the importaUon of slaves is forbid !pop ;.was
h its tobacco; f a $ possesses '
'*aforadivi of labor. 'SwIn tays !. plantations? with jts arrow-root, dni1'f' tbe'
ik tit
; of
,its fruits Its herds,'j and Its fisheries? i "ou1d have will, to defend Cnba"gainslmill .d.n!'. .. -: tbere supply place _more.Ugiti*
4k..alilh.. with his nose Iow.n. its: hemp, aCtors the
tlnJ* mite In piece,
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: whatever t'oseflar Us cit 'This country Is interestea .
mustCrMMhtOApoiot. equal to three States in the, ,rtnfonl J and deeply in me uestruct d h
;f !! j.Mi. r1n1ato Four years With a seacoaSt any
e. fellowvihfle: .Unioa, l'with broad and det'p'rh'en running wbftberotSp.\nl.h Angto-AmericaD or- : ion, .billnr.moua traffic. 'One'o.tb& .:Bueh are,the.mean*by which the princes. .
Poor
the through' : Its lengtfi'nnd bfriidth.and with"Yn.rlttt J ifrfn. In tbe possession their property, and earliest legislative sOn; oathe; part of t Unl-. the'.house of"Orleans bbpb't&a-ntICIpt.eflulr
"P101 to 1.1..01 h lyjDg avulge I or climate I sufficient' i ite'tbe! '.t tfta* ainlnst All 'change In, or' eo7m cMlfIiLfwhh"'i ted States, was tb Abo1lsh.lt:4Dd biap4Isp!: arid to raise themselves in the eyed of B.nropev

t f.a".*.'lrotind clean' off. J .bto t, urateand'torria' zones The charge is ab-' ,tbelr Internal : ', except what !they should rad/i :Tbf evil of slavery/in.: .tlI., I couritry, is They have neither' tbe ability-.to troI nor
a ; .*at wrlLbldwo- nose red ns a. j tJtatvcrylfcbargelhas heentbe themselvesfr and spcntanCdlr.sdopt confined to tho e' already .under it. 'We hate :tb. patience, ,to',await toe coarse l.JdmJ'1"l111ey
I 1111ftzh .ssole ';&th.. I"'rush' to the pOtI ibsurJand Iltt of established it.:is'a and Ineffaceable .onldhst1e.tbelr" tth'one which
;,. .itKrind wnseofthe-negledofPloridii:' IProp1'f! D.1tidl' :It is ibeiralscbieroos: intermeddling vEag- permanent way jto
I ta 1\1:, effer itvp'as iserlftee.Iclip barrens. an4"'tb';stapl!.''fbe/ -wouldvf'raised .Slab abolitionists i In Cuban..affairs, ,with-a- reguLition,..that; the: fbreigq:'slave tt ait shall they have,not conqoered and,to which tbey.tre1.
Fellow.dtiiens.irrind _
I ,toae.' will dledliWrjalfifto; ; tfthttorn. knowledge of theVeakneM'of the'metropolitanWih never exist In any part of the Unit ed State-, not'called., Tbey.mix themselves".np prema*;
"Friod till hotfcrenough and lj_a t ,, If Cuba, therefore should ever become'annex ,with whloi all parti" butt
.!.$*i and,ftrstprebenliOO'afheCOflse40eflcc ,tnrely a struggle ;
WWttf $
death
I '! tlllle'rst. for Pd fc;pvike frim ,/lit of any war Ir-WesWrrfiur linrpi J.im Jed to this Union, the iluetradirri'blJ"co'ast thtirown should:-bate been,allowed to exhaust;

$!, most" _Ollt. Well. I.like to forgot tt tt&tojttvto&lllt fortkofibVMtVrtJ t f:1Ptl.cJ?. ;: t be Creoles a BenldofvthptripsteorHy'.iwblch! inuit ceaie.r .The.whole power, ptjbt kveru'jnt1ould tbei> streogtb.and foitbt1t'Tr&Ib7WU)

ter:. y.... D.n"1-r01"short Dan -' Wad$ sYe not;poor'eveii' In.the has.led.them tocastaDOutfor,snpport Inoth- at once be enlisted iuactemessiiifor1t's I .. gnin little else than,ihe contempt which ewat| :

. >iae atoie; for-wyrpirentepwere'. IF-t BnKW.thf oc -- v.j.tAW fihe term;. !'.l r ] And ..t. opn.|don of thetruth. suppression. V" '**'''V" etUy.atIQLWhllbld; TsjoAIMfl4tl S ,

k.who;lived 'where .tbe.qllltUtl.P. Iom' will:"p.o, ea'i1,Y mi, -r.rf.t1'Iri-. ?f DdlJa that hnirow-[ I r' fliere1lflb1iertIeWot! this ma er which- .Jlt17..Iro. pea1 -'If>sen.t'3Jmil

imueII- ,-ll, the nice names..'c ,berefoTe.1*, :I !,hisiuri'di.' i! '. ft fnCflPtht bc'tlll1..i1'an< sumc'b. ; wbUe fed-1U*iiyimpfttbt abQ"etl t I t ; tbe'.c. ooperatlbn0fjuI&meritpf jdeJeTv"..Uentlo ;;!r Peaiebeent ta1issPr : ',".cI._" ','bf..r : ie.b
.1 take what WM"left and divide round ooltvU net. :. '* 1M iD. hlJ' 1 t wonM: lua Jo..IDd '
I 1'1' 1 cttiig: j n 1th England endeovr ;" ja lplffcd : poJItes- 'ital
,'U bat h'. is htndsoma as lam -' !l IyorIaborO rhi-- ..ptatoeIeiUOi" h*J.I ':dMQI.I.pa ::I.t'r ar'rw. I ) The Cu'tii i lJfIl1lk fh A'r rt a i;biVtbyear'i:4t1ib '. 'e&iiqupQVseHIonOf Ca .. ,.She hap sh:I tJft... Itb "f'l1.' u..' 1,IJa'. .2eO'14m"oa
1t tht1i.s..rn'
? EeurnereIerronrofyoU, I d'- possessed th at Iiland ci -
;; ; oranges) : -protecticn and BHtIabs.ytnptlYOTfh" once; aD Ct PII .Ilbed 01ltOr1.
3 "r ," 1IUktt I it. hmp oll' !Lt : ,1 t' UlI,
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: JDH.Di' .- ...Pl'I" T-V= > w" [ \& I.with troopa She i41IfdIti 11cr k.y'r ,.ten' with offortuns
iW J4JkhaliadTsntagM )
;a Jl- u J.ef1 1. 1t'..tWqtJ''t.,4): l;. I L cJ '8'1.aaeptjoMd the;aaJnx nje and the.f r.1 1;!1e Gul4sudEjit4rpjtsnt 'Ilitst7 ; 'of

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; --' '1 ihetearot poHtlotl oonmblon it the next Pres community bet a.oonvlnctd; that life; and pfEW WhAn..th c mt".tlnD..aL&Ott
: 'JcJJa ter.at;; .t .i.. ,j ofourreaden to the detections'. ,
" IdeaList, deotioa "'operfttet powerfully ;'on the fiNfeaoi the par lian We wonkosE'tfoittention. fallow'with tat eise. .
which f ; propirti'zt 40t ? cq
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: i- otX..1LBoal.tti'A .ai1d I force.ofgravitatron. "' .
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: 1ada n.UoQotagrapeo4-' ': Y'' Bank and on merchants to restrain them. from thit oriailiials pttnisbtntat adnrt l m. 11 p.ptr' 5 : "
r aa Uatlr and credits. ship of the Uw escape received ftnd opened, at We'cannot w begin toAud,1ntactlt1s describe' ) &
boforethsyNZ tMS.aU lnum&llcel!o expansion \ AWe ;'of Oel wlo )AT*,|w '
. '&'f should suppose that the proence of to +whether.:thrxmgn the corruption oocified 'I ,O.Holmes 4 Co., ( ttjioitltfc0.MW-
tibVontstepp !
hIgh sIIonsp-4h7 the store former ,. by :
t P 1 the: decent U&tI f.Bo1al.JaaUl&r. large an amount of specie, in a city like.Paris courts,Juries oir,Govtroort,anarchy must intvjitably welt'seleeted ftiisbrtment of goods of S ,from hit work moreimportant: .tbas Si

, Since that pei14 azid, dDclDI' ihe1r, ioournI where revolutions are so frequent 'would be fblfbw:, .;ETery.mftnwin feel justified intakinglbelaw ft large Ano .. : selling at rates or to extract one .from the reat, "kti3illV
; : hJcb they are
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but
w ,
lii :&he, hae. m 1D. dangerous: The Socialist*:and Red.Republi ewdes p ; linksrnimghty"cXble-bf: _
J; I amoDg UI"ttitud"oII here a1leD rather than,of dig.. cans are opposed to the existing lnstltutloriofproperty Into Ws own hands: "Vigilance which 'must/prove .satisfactory to custom en. To I 'But those who want to seTth. bai.TIL:2e.ttwhch

btDed 6 l..erye an a.4ha" certainly raUedJD aI Z and might be tempted to mate a practical Committees" will usurp the Authority of the our b k.c t intrY friends, we have but to say that Mr. Calboun waa reported to'h "'W"i

I ,..dlag popularity among amy class_of English distribution of this bank fundS judicial! tribunals, and Judge lynch will carryout at this establishment they will meet with the broad pared for the Southern States aner. .

r meD. How different was the conduct of their If the throne was not safe in 1848, with tht 'his edicts the- ruinsof and familiar face of their old acquaintance, Mr. S will find itinJtheTfry>ginaingo"f thilS
father 'In a similar. position-how studiously aid of sixty thousand troops why would the bloody ,over prostrate *. Columbus. Fla. who is the disquisition government. ,WeV :
" arranged take ady"ntAge any favorable bank vault be when it is susceptible of so easya the social fabric. Geo. W. Cole, (formerly this, he has furnfshed constitutions' forei7.lak'Ii"
their
to
turn in the game of life! The old King, division between troops and people.-SovtAem Tkat the'power'of pardon, in some rare and as ready as"ever to suit them, according Stateelnfut rp; .. *' '4-. ,

t I ti through all the ,vicissitudes of,his \wonderful PrUI.rJ" well-defined eases,ought to ,.exist'Somewhere, tastes, Iotk in the article and price..:: -': J L' We shall fr qientIjie ur to this 1rOrkl I

I careers acted tbe ,part of a Statesman .and a r..w -U Whilst upon this subject, we would say a word L ture--Southern.Press.. r._..
His" defendants bid fair emulate the entertain not ft doubt: but we would prefer I .
"I nan. the prospects"of trade generally mont town S S .A.
. I I. achievements the "Seven Sleepers.""and nothing THE NEW: S to see it abolished'aTtogefheri'ratliefttan; that S I upon thlsseaiOn. .We are there never has been .. -- ".
- more. If the parallel were perfect;some -' .- itihoold be !continued to be exercised without: SauTe ,-- ..OJL.TJn.' -:.aKW3.. r : .
out purchasers before in' *
?
' such inducements held to > trMr.
- colooraple pretext might be suggested even frI Notes tf' Travel-No
innocent "
deck or ntrol. In the one case an Florida JioW'otf'eredb Jacksonville. There"are .
I prolonged inactivity; but when we see the pair : as .' "
rnt.-
/. try methods they employ to regain their lost didualmig. be punished,:but in the:other 'D01r open in'our'town 17 or 18 .large 'and full I. .N1 c\RAGUA. .r ..

position, we feel that it is lost indeed/ Noti hisimperium the social preservation ota whole community; store, with stocks merchandize to, suit the necessities : Edittr 'i'tt;

;. -a Crown.. was never made for such may jeoparded.! That ole frail man, living and tastes of every maD. Flour tr telling' ::-Perceiving by the J& ,..
brows these It Is not sufficient In'the disturbed ported information from
as '
hundreds miles off, should hare U in hispower I at from f 5 50_to 18 00 per barrel, and every other .NIcanpatbtdt
state of modern Europe merely to "han projected canal '
cannecting
ker* after Sovereign power over such a country -. at his mere whim, and on ,expcrte representations thing In proportion. Indeed, we are. informed by two' o eaD,>
the attitude of the
as France.-London, Tints, 10th inst. JACKSONVILLE to set aside the decisions of courts I persons acquainted with the fact, that goods can bo ompan' to hODce
here better terms than they are chartered privileges"were granted
and the verdicts of juries-pronounced on their purchased upon (
War Feeling in SpaiD. Saturday, October 35, 1851. $is sold for in Savannah bl'the retail and even cheaper antied bI the "powers that be" ,,4 zj
oaths And in view of all.the circumstances- I :,
I : A private letter received in iew York by which enlightened will not than in the more{fashionable establishments New and, the revolutionary aspect of the coa t'1Ja

the last steamer gives an account of the present AGENTS FOR, THE NEWS. an anomaly an age York; so that our citizens have no occasion now consequence, have attracted some notice tm,
tolerate and thanks to Gov. Brown for doingmore
state of p-ibll gpotim"nt in Spain towards ;
to send abroad for their supplies.
S relation Mj:Jonit BKAKD: Tallahassee, Fla. ; our public journals,:-it may not.be nninterti ,
in the
l' the U. States to late. transactionsin << towards arousing the people.to a *en.se.of This is not owning to any unhealthy condition of
Cuba. J. G. REARDON Esq. Ocala Fla. ing to your readers, therefore to ;
,. than could have pernselb
the necessity of this reform thugs here either'but mainly to the natural advantages ,
I The letter states that a few days since Don JOUR Fla. result of the observations
DARLINO, Esq. Tamps a r
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: ceDt.caa
Andres Aranzo a nobleman of Cuba been accomplished without his aid for years! of our position on the St.Johns river. I 1.-
,presented "Gen. S. RUSSELL Newnansville Fla. visit to the State in question,.and i
some
of It
; % petition to her Majesty's government asking Itsuch a state of things is to continue as we *" -
/ for certain concessions for Cuba. In order B. Faisnr, Esq., Garey's Ferry, Fla. have witnessed for the last twoyeirs in Florida St. Johns County EJection. neighboring sister States.; The late ueir rottrto :

that it might come in its order, he placed itS GEO. CENTER, Esq., St. Augustine, Fla. why put the people to the expense: of criminal The Ancient Call gives' the following return of and from California has been, estabttjae!' 1ei 1

.. before Bravo Murillo, president of the cabinet. Judge A. STEELS, Cedar Keys, Fla.S. prosecutions Why notiave all this ? and the county election in St Johns, and feels justly quite through the very section in-qarstiti- .
Bravo Marillo refused take
to of it
charge GLIVSKI Esq. Pilatka Fla. proud of the result The vote stands as follows: San Juan del
at
giving Andres some'pretty hard words. After ask the Governor whether he wishes this or DEMOCRATIC SOUTHXRN I WHIG SUBMISSION commencing Snl, on fheP n2".

!I this Andres succeeded in gaining an audience that offence to be punished or not? In this RIGHTS TICKET. I| TICKET. side, and proceeding overland to the LakaKUcaragun C

of the Queen, to whom he presented the petition GOT. BROWN AND HIS "FRIENDS." much ani parade would be land Judge of Prolate. from thence down the San Jnab Tins C

in person. The august lady said that she Oo,. Brown has written a letter to the Editor !. way ceremony Humphreys, 116 | J. A.Strischka, 43 to its outlet into the Atlantic. The I
and would bend of the useless and Jistjij
we
I deeply regretted that she was not the mistress ,

.S oCher own desires, or she would at once declare of the RepullicoK,complaining of a publication expensive trappings of courts,juries and soli R. B. Canova, Sharif.1191|:J. Drysdale, 48 from the Lake to the mouth ottbe rim a',
. the United States what in slate number of that paper arraigninghis
war against come citors. S Clerk Circuit Court. ninety miles. There are three Rapids oa"tliriver 0(

, .< might. At a late meeting of the Cabinet it Excellency for ''A too free use of the pardoning Since we have condemned the mode of exer- P. B. Dumas, 113 | R. Hernandez, 48 which: present rather serious difficulu'
to send
was to
agreed 8,000 more Cuba '
troops which
has had
the effect''to '
power, Commissioners.
S 6 steamers and all the sailing vessels cising the as now existing County to its tide and speedy navigation. TieJrjL.
possible. pardoning power, II
increase crime the lawless and bullies M. Solana, I John PeJlicer, 44
S At the manufactory at Seville the casting of encourage and having expressed also our conviction that J. M. Fontane 1141 I Francis Bridier, 48 some fifty miles up the river, and which tanrli,
I, cannon is going on with rapidity. The greater and endanger the lives of peacable citi P. Weedman, Francis Arnau, 48 the '. in that
Bought to exisi in a modified form, it may be pT tt1ltlt.d.boundary: directioDoftis, .
1131 ,
part of the Spanish newspapers clamor for the zens." "These are grave charges against the J. E. Pomar, J. B. Ponce, 46
S expected: that ire should state in what modewe Mosquito Kingdom, is called the lIachub Ra.
holding public meetings in order that pub.
, highest functionary in the State" the. County Surveyor. r
lie opinion may be consulted upon the Cuban Governor says would prop.se.to modify it, so as to divest Wm. Reyes, 1121 J John Manuoy, 48 pids. Seventeen miles beyond is the Castli C,
J "and I demand the author
question.! It is proposed to call an extra session of them.7'The it of its present formidable objections.Our Coroner. Rapids, and twelve miles further up the ToRapid' u

-S of Congress for the same purpose. The Editor of the Republican evades the demand idea onthis point can be expressed in Antonio Crespo, 55 | Michael Vsina, 49 ?. These Rapids are surrounded by rvthcr 7
people of Catalonia ask that war may be imme. of the Governor-he denies that the publication The above for itself ilcc
speaks comment is
.- diately declared againt the United States,andS very few words : We would make the recom. unne an abrupt and hilly country, which'is dif-

that letters of marque may be granted. The in question, or his own severe commentingon mendation of the court andjory A sine qua non I cessary. _ _ cult to be traversed by roads. There are_"a* or
, desire_for war'_ is universal: in Spain. his Excellency's conduct, meant any thing settlements the banks of the
to the exercise of the pardoning power. In this PUTNAM COUNTX. e Ancient City along river. 'Tl.
says-We
S ;; Such: so far as Spain is concerned, is the result particular. It was not a "spontaneous" act on >
"-...' of the policy of the administration in regard his part: he only consented to attack the Governor way.we feel convinced that no innocent man have not full returns from this county, but are informed whole interior is a wilderness covered 'witi, 1.

I to Cuba It has outlawed our own citi- "after would ever be punished, and no guilty one from a reliable source that nearly the whole luxuriant and never-fading foliage., Tie reB

. 'K t zens. It has broken down, in their case, the repeated appeals were made to us would owe imjunity to the "one-man poner." Democratic ticket has been successful-W. W. country is well adapted to the abundant production 0

provisions of a solemn treaty. It has 8urrent (him) by mutual party friends/" He would have wielded by a weak or corrupt Executive. Tumblen,Esq., being elected over Capt. H.R.Blan- of all kind3 of tropical fruits, and ft.culinrly -
dercd them to arbitrary seizure by the fleets laid on to his Excellency single-handed and chardfor Judge Probate handsome .
by a majority a:
i of France and England: on the high It Five years ago, the Neics. was among the fitted oreofI'ee and sugar plantations:
seas. without aid his ,
from had S. Glinski C
f any correspondent Clerk R.T. Sheriff
; Boyd
: has thus opened the way to the intervention of S first, if not the first press in the State, that ; Dr. Field, a youug, intelligent, enter risrn;
' f he,not feared thing like censure from him
.- those powers in the form of a guarantee treaty. any came, out boldly to advocate the election of Ohio and Pennsylvania. and wealthy Virginian, has purchased a-verr IS
t I And having made all these sacrifices to conciliate would have appeared too voluntary and gratui
r the Spanish government, it now finds- tous. "He was not sufficiently familiar with Judges by the people. The ball was kept in The returns from Ohio are decisive of the rOe large tract of land, in a desirable location .

.. St Spain raging against us, and demanding in- particular cases of complaint warrant his motion-the Whigs did all In their power to election of Gov.:Wood,on the Democratic ticket.- the river, and will send out from the Ucitfd 1!

. i .. "tAnt war! Skilful and successful policy I- forming definite conclusion the stop it, but finding bow the wind blew, they The Southern Press says this result is due, in part, States all necessary apparatus: for snceeisfaijjr'
as
to culpability
i Washington Union. of the Governor,"but nevertheless he charitably made A merit necessity, and joined us at the to the coalition of Mr. Chase, and bis Free.soil adherents cultivating the sugar cane, and preparing: w* 'yA

., eleventh hour,after trying a bitter but ineffectual ,with! the Democrats, Gov. Wood a Wil. gar therefrom He thinks that there willis SC,
Oar Fntare. tells the public that 'there .I,ground for mot Proviso
IHic
man and in
Freo-soiler
fact
,
a andso
,
( : L We said, in a brief comment on the election, believing,from complaint made by frit idt of the opposition-and the people bare now to are several of the parties on the Democratic advantages in these lands over the sugar pln!

that it really settled nothing to the action of Executive, that the pardoning : has been thank the Democratic party for having rescued ticket. tationsof Louisiana, in consequence of the els,
power
: {the State that Co-operation and Secession the Judiary from the influences S
; corrupting of
4 parties would meet in the Legislature, which wielded to too great an extreme!" The ,Editor's_ I elections. In Pennsylvania, adds the Press.Bigler is elected mate, (frost never being known there,)_wild. ewinjib

called the Convention, and in the Convention "usual course has been to leave the task of exposing Legislative Supported and encouraged Governor-against Johnston, and'the main body permits A series of crops in the same ,.uij

1 which embodied the sovereign power of the his Excellency's short-comings to thoseto by the prestige so'glorious a victory, ofFreesoilers. Governor Bigler. however, must the roil at the same time being amply fertile to

State, and would there try the great question whom it was A more palatable task, and who and aided by.our' worthy<< Governor, we enter have received a good many Free-soil rotes, as Wil. support them-, the cane always cpring :Sspontaneous'y tIS:

, I at Resistance this matter or then Submission.j we desire We to only dwell hinted are always on the alert to detect them," and the field reform again,and we emblazon upon mot himself supported him.Mississippi after bdng once planted. It i lea

S S S it more r.t length. upon I he would not have ''deY 'from. his rule" on our standard : "4 Constitutional modification of 'Senator- great pity that this Eden.like'count". is sot

. The Legislature passed the Convention bill this occasion, if" utual party friends" had let I (lzeptfdoningpowerf"' We are satisfied that A The next session of the Mississippi redeemed from the hands of the idle race wk!' Pin

,t by an almost unanimous vote. The Fame body him alone I Well, the ways of'the'Editor'are large' majority of tie people of the State desire will probably have two United States Legislature claims it, and appropriated to the support,of'. ]
Senators
of men will be called to fix to
time
upon a for the this refonr and II is only that ffort
,
assemblage of the Convention. The wrongs hard-although "Gov; Brown, is the J last individual necessary they elect-Jefferson Davis having already resigned his more industrious men. <:r.V

which it was intended to redress! have in no in the State to whom.,he would do intentional should, make known their will to have it feat, and Foote having promised to resign his.- San Juan de Nicaragua, situated on thilt. tep45raTaoc

particular been modified, save that the only wrong,". be is forced by the repeated obeyed. Judge Stalk, a prominent Whig, if, it is said, a lantic coast,is the chief port of "the KicgJoa' :

one of the Compromise measures which was appeals of mutual friends to assail him! The candidate for Davis' vacancy. On the other band of_ Mosquito," so called. It,purports to ba>|
given to the South, as a compensation for FUGITIVE SLA.VES. x
.1Iul Editor winds by the the Advertiser,one of the two Democratic Compromise free port, but is in reality under the contioi4i '
injury, insult and robbery of all ti others, up shifting responsibility According to the census of 1850, the following :
has been fully proved to b* vrso than worth from his own shoulders, and calling on the author was the number which papers in Missississippi,proposes Judge Price, the British Government, as is the whole aVtgd n
less. The Den would fugitives escaped a "Stirling and talented Demo rat," and :
Legislature that
naturally of the says
communication Mosquito
to relieve him! from that country. The river. San Juan .rap/,
be unanimous j. fixing thetime, for the Con year : "the Democratic party upon the old issues have a
vention. PrOm all that we Have heard his dilemma, by showing his hand, and substantiating Delaware I tied into this harbor. The town has been ap.amorphosed .
we are 10 Mississippi, 49 | large majority in the State, and are clearly entitled '
conduced that such wil be their decision. his charges. "If"is/right," says Maryland, 249 Louisiana, 79 to both Senators." and anglocised into 'the cir1,.ot'

I' r Now there are not ten Unionists in the Convention the Editor, "it'becomes him ,to respond to the North Virginia, 89 Texas, 23 ,Grey Town. It contains about five hundrrf

lied their, unless real sentiments.the members It have will grossly be be. invitation of the Governor and we think his refusal South Carolina Carolina,, 14 57 Tennessee Kentucky;,, 183 69 there Accerding census taken by themselves inhabitants, and is governed by Council consisting [1IC4"SaEIt

of men bent on dissolution an of this assemblage to do so will be equivalent to a refutation Georgia, 91 Missouri.; 59 are 18.000 Mormons at the settlement on of fin Aldermen, and & )Mnyor.tW.

; S Confederacy: ; of men devoted and pledged to ot what he alleges!' Thus is the gauntlet Florida.Alabama. 18 32 Diet Arkansas Columbia, :11. 7 Salt Lake. They are'engaged: in constructing present incumbent of which office is fleiu7, itixeBC

h 't 1'tsistan.cand. ; this_ because they: believe the thrown down to the "mutual friend !I" line of railroad to the! mountains,.eight miles Foote Grunt'Esq.,an apparently polite Englisi t

I very: existence or the South, republican' and Total 1017 long, for the purpose of transferring materialsfor '
This hot
civilized communities in imminent "blowing and blowing cold" is, we thousand gentleman. ,TheI'ot.Surgeonis: : a joungrtav,
One
peril un. and seventeen who their
i being great temple. '
,
dcr the present government. In these positions fear, "A way" our neighbor has. A short time all aa'd'women egnde American by the name of RichanLwa,

t there is no difference between the'Cooperation Ago he charged Mr.Fillmore with beng? A rank nearly men ,are, or.. ought to be, HAVANA Col'fsul.-The Washington; TYfc- who frequently walks about with the Mosquito

i leaders party of,as the such;and Secessionists." The 'IVKbvster' and conniving at the whole Cuban worth five hundred dollars each,; .which in.the graph,of Wednesday l says,that, as yet, neither flag in his hand. and'claims'to be a subject of
firmer the amounts to the '
f teachers disunion and are from teens most have eloquent come invasion, r not actually aiding the CCpir tll' $508,500.Thismay aggregate, .be mo safely' taken
the burning words that'inflamed almost in the same. breath he it' ; as:theannual Mobile baa mark that although born
j the people to pronounced a loss.of the SouthfrnStateibytbies.cape Adverting been appointed to theHavannah : a republican, he is.*.
resistance. They will not, they cannot, take tile party slander. Joi!,make any such .Ia iDu". : Consulship, though both'are prominently monarchist at heart! The.King's.Solicitor '
of slaves besides the
back their words. loss p
from
They will'DOt accruing 1 '
be allowed
Lion! ;fWhen an Editor speaks out his spoken' lID also American '
mind called
tc forget them we dy tot the knowing ,circles In Wash. ,John Martin, a Neir;
. ; fear that they will loss. of their. labor. 'Take fronT the above '
1 desire to do so, orthat they. will shrink from like a man, and believes what he.eays. ,'l him. 'dozen fifteen I i ingtpn for:thi, e8Jinb.te'post'. 2 I I ;Yorker by birth. The King do es.n.ot reside tt
the stick to'it in spite of some or remanded, t .their.owners .. .. .. :
responsibility have Prea'dentM GnbernV '" the
they assumed or place last
before : referred
t ,.bQt..h lds his Conit'rat
\
.5 4 the State and the South. tonal frowns. For oi under the act;'ofl90ngre88-worth; each : !rCa1hon: 1'i.flk. *
WKen our own part we can truly We have been Blew.felds J_ ;a town on\ the coast niW,
thlsbody Resistance abont a thousand dollars'less< prevented by fifty
men assembles thinuotbing- numerous
1 i say, that ,in the remarks we have made en -.J
to
from gagements NortlfwarJ.
in Convention, and Co-operationists and Secesisionists and ,that; toodurIng the. yew immfed'iateiy! following the past week, from :examining the *
time -
lime in
to condemnation '
of the w.oic 0'.Yr., Calhoun
abuse
face each other and of on government
sing responsibilities of that, under the impo Ibis1! 1 prerogative by'tVe.Executive the.passage, of/the! t, "when several has just appeared. And we have which S Grenada and Leon are the alternate cap'tilt:
, posito,explore to ''e have not yet had ?!
their depths the great Questions before them, been nfiueLcedby f "sinister' views';; towards' Southern::States were: threatening secession, 'lime to render I it.any.sort of Jl1sti e-ror that of the States: of the same names, and c mpO"

is it to be believed that they:willeep rai with Gov.' Brown, but by sincere: desire to '"the and the Administration 'and.J parties North, to would require much reflection study. ,We sing the Republic of Nicaragua." They ar!

I. out adopting some effectual and decisive raeas, see save appearances' : andpreserveib' tJnion' think,.however. we may safely pronounce.it the both considerable places
prohabJj.
1 u.eL' Is it 'to .befeared0fortrmoment that laws faithfully executed:: ,", 'and I criminals. :of : ,were_ greatest work on government that has ten containing.

:: they wm-BiulraoWro'thVleVel of IKe Uod i': all .d!gr ..,Z m *t their just reward., ,''WVhave: making.the most tremendousthr ate of executing peared, not.even excepting Montesquieu.ever ape thousand inhabitants each, who are. inclined
gift plitformT, That they wilt, felt indignant,.and, the law with tome show of l vow 'hi' the ..humiliated ,that, with all goo presume hardly,i modem reader favorably viewer
high and etirrlngwordiotChevei and Butler, the difficulties attending the conviction !, ." have a fair showing of th 'actnal condition' who will, not confess that, on;)lookinir into the our.nation asthe:rival,pclwer to,Great_ BritiiB* ri;

I thi bitter 1 wrougsand crawding dangers of the male'In this State the' or' otthlngs' betweenihe:North atd/South productions on Ahis subject of;i>J lat6, ,Aristotle The.prejudice to, ,the BritbkJGpyernmen/Btfn;
; .few'wtv upon ,
Bouth ?in rder ; aud
that are '
we convicted Xenpphen
may arrive at tl e,impotent ?* 'Blr Thomas:
the $( Moore
I conclusion' that the remedy is patience? are almost! certain. to go'" "unwhippedof justice-''' .fugitive slave,question. i : Locke, he.hasbeen, disappointed. ":;Are t**,n and..._ been excited: from the 'I&ctthtt; said ,.GoyerJ

No;no, ft thousand times, no! ,These are-hot' through,the growandi: shameless,.abuse of.the, But.we;' will not enlarge* any further upon tnam.and! Fourier:they are.too' eitravagantsn4: ment wrested from'Nicani-.,----0--n'; .-.I-0"*_.............,..,1.attrritOr7aflipproi1aiCdi11o'jIitir

I S the men thus' to stullt, themselves, and:fix up: pardoning, power: '. We do 'not,f :! ( th'ese unwelcome troths, lest""e denounced grotesque to be admitted; i into the. comparison.5- ; j creai11ndiauMosquIt'King ; -t- 1'UBE
I South charge: GOT' ;
stigma on of being Carolina a community, before"til the, mouthers world'the .Brown with being influenced, in the*discharge'of asa_ disunionist jmany'men; ;are' dastards and bis-.sentiment They,have: all the or ,excesses' Rosseau, without and decfared'the v,? .i. .
and .
S this dangerous fools( ; but. : tHey.doXt.1fkVtp& ;: told/ it' : poe y 4n !; when' we look of Great Britain ..
> ..
t braggarts.They will go resistance in's me power,by corrupt or parlizan of 'to into the debnteiof.the rrner. orthe.'on.titu. prot ctoress of JhejntereS| ; .1:

I practical .and decisive 'form.-,:Hence'=we say motives, although one. case has come under our' 'their faces.* : v "trtff: t f r ; tion, we are struckWith their, want "of precisIan said.'King-: :- :'As. .niaiter"ot c urse, it was sa
'
that ,
, this,Section 1LS between'ReaisUnce has decided and rSubmisrion. own observation which might bear an nnchari. We tuppos however,; .ner"foU't! e South i sand ,foresight.; .Oo!,rnsaenha4tnotin[ : : :act otpurely'disinterested, -beuevo! eel'' *

TlSt9 f-. ?noti&it- CkeTletti* table constructions. 'He was petitioned gets.I Its i, t back: gatnKin tnVshapjfof fact;risen to;tbe4ignIty; ota science. .And.the c Our indifference
S flitf% -II r*M by the halt a ,best,that asa. ,natiof to ;Vthisa4yirapacity ; aocI
I couldbedoneby.the ;
1 .-.--., ,. *me'bar, ftndtfaeJnry''thai t !lh9n.l1 r h..018 fJ' _. 5 ; sad.en t inLlpoU1 ',hit
c-. : : : tried 1iease.} b' ... f a n, t.Jl. ftics i was tbrcopsult, the leading created i some idJsappoiatneil if i I
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...,. .
v Tks \, intb. W.rI&; ft.very CfnCebut (refused, S.- w' ;: 4 ,. ,'f" .form theskeleton of..the British'conptitution : of our sister RepdblIo towards 8i-4
c According a recenttam of the Bank of ,be ADle...is generally believed TtltKf'tlp/wJ thsabana .\ GIorgian. and thentp .
it "I extmlne-thefederal; eJsy'a: and
was opposed Y .and. : ..unable ti protect hef rifn'tl1
France the } ;.aeIYecJ S : :
sjKcie'on hand lUtSv nte :
IIJ : .Constitutions
'amounted of
rom
to 107 by ft'certalft Senator i who had his ; MrBaUor tie this couatryl: The *
Vi'j i"r" max:
; against
prirate a!'
millions of francs mal 'f imj y wKopVonenLandshrhaffl
or.m
about and
or
; US millions of dol ice Co .. ,. l despatbhT"1"i '- :1( J ;S essays Baconand.BoljDg1k the' : i
: .. lars. ThiS we believe! tJfr\.i S r. <' .g.S.r.o.. ipeech *
; lathe ; of ssarilytotuccumbiathe'
hrgretamuut of r-.P.- r T .* < :CflA il- $ ,5. *V S e FoxrSheriifao'Burk! and : I cones$, Sb. e'
I ,
Brough
-
a ...' ... specie ever has collected together., The Bank'of .I }This pardoning wer has been'occasionally 1 .Gentismon-hayiu.ed Sf n wsTqjfrOct,20,4 l 25m,;.: ... ; am, in England; an'd:those .. England
not had '
at any time Infbrmlngshouae : -
I over 100 mil :
lion:'' r' '11'1 "**! t w'i.tf*,.*>.".5 'tf'pi 7 ftbowd t 'in"ftlmoet* _every;State' :In, tfe Union"- .-- but: bthiseityf( promo ot oldireot &rade.'tQ apIaatei togetherTfith 'W } i; this conn l ,br -W.: re1nstttlsh 'I4
wriUnwand.messages
j' I 3t.I 'FnJ1ct..t&h.ltpl mDCjrtl'Tlll'e"ra i-none-ptrnspisolnjuripusly; }as'q our/.q t' '1'hoflsa.fa ow'faIrI1 maa., u' tot'tl1. L ffersonrncI ) IioJJt afforded qany I Is raIned "ucJ'JDjQr; : ; .t lf: 1.
: 1afDee lrll;probable that PjSti14ifsAn to bt;' th iriJ OB.. th'i :nsture. "* passages istntizxiatelyeoupect.d l
uustPv. aearlylUsymptcnVof yfl.ogrestrsxjagii. a nU7J1T1)) JI i go'ernment.wh4chadj4.; with,oar CaJifor5J! *
': ltl oI .n'et-&ea. .tifr .t 6 JJid1m hd 'ha1i.1 IaDi.'t... '. they. >m'> ip ndfiatlActorJy.; l )'S' grtIy .to.. LbematrIalqr Uresra..ple : ,
; D : tJat1DOIa
; 2 f: ; ;imagined vTheS I Chirle. .i... ... ; "h.Ccfenoe' ,.But.ID1aepyern. ef\tll1J\ 'eJ:pedi\1.'tdIM'
ihts.coil1ltrr. i 1 \ ;
: I : r', u'
I ; mmce&Dfr'Ti onn.h dona <
; 0wfJn 'T wSVr
rh. rir/tl
.eD J1DO finla) e 11i L r f :1. 1Dore. to _, tene5 i 6 b ,f'
'.I.: Bank r: Ftaz ef 111 b 1 i tl- 0 r.u-" ep'J :t h. l iO: "* D"a -3 Ttt pX: 7'f (i Mrder t 'W1&b.. ,/ ,-4j. .... '&..:.! .larn'i P< JJ'111','"T'l..r''. sq1ence.n.:.. .,) 4 W .t.'f. I'I"w '' CGlOrL. H', ''. .' ;..,. Ilrt..t,1otaYe1l15s!;;' j
a U '
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SdrenUtldn t"tb1lrat"orabJ' sTiocIa .n ; : < rt\"r.: j .'
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4\
d m' ; ; 1t
'" ; tb.onfi4eiiee : :& 1ia...,: Mmd bl 1': :':'-'i.PI rq t 11 diuo.
: ftfl tbt benk' have btflI5khed ttt. anti cfbecItIsenjtb." pr04tIoAfthii f'f'td'i t .. 1:.'. 'i t" .. lte. /A pre$lilwWi? ? --a-: : jt L 1.1.
Probably '
U..lracI.tJ7 C,' ;: .."_nt"l to thpsea Saftnnah.to 1P" _, !'1't"Jqki2 "r" 'Io. i
It ft: ml o( FJ'Je 'Ip11"
tObtJaa.....- l i t 4f..n W ts, ti lti"."r\yeiin i' [y1 'jfe tihat&W: (!& .Wwafk\\ ) every priocipl orgoveramenXSrbfcli \ft\ eD'* {:b/ t1"" \ d'D'. 4.was
t mrt'hlipilfi iitpr. ;aerelopf4. JJ '
t k'Slp bl1.p1F l".torii1 K "' .wH. "
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aathorityjot; pritatl ,\ 1.nTU'cir tivnici .
vtfitacn;MT ? Atuaot J.
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fl,'rrom Madid states that her august lady.tttf. ., r '. F ', .I.'t' ..
WnfSMimln'reblytoterletlFlBo IND'YAr ;
.QaH ( YI2 Darytr& BfXlI.mid, ..cMryzjathsanvZlea t ',..oT"CUS''T' ; :,
.t 1 P for certain concessions t'o'thit I ':Black Crcek ? '. -
I 'CablD' : ,, f} 4 itqlata. ,., '- .
r "sald that she deeply regtetJr.she I r"'t : -ct fi'H1: I T-V trpwv -
id 11ID ; :
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T-LeTbuTsuay THE mT. .
MOSt Ro'R'
jJ1 Ia..w a n ttthe'iiiistrsiifbe; }4wn 2qd..Ociober. ;AND SAri
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f'
' J. b I\ would tt oace.Declare ,war, iW.Tii '; EIA4 : 0. C}'OCJc,'p' ." ;' : .J i S IJ.1 CURS OP.

.I I :itht'United States,,come whtmight.re : f. I RATES OF FABT Ii EDUCSD.BOARDING ./ L.md.1X "_".-,ct'' f

.pi1 liere a some writer peopleHhat her .flL _ : J rfnt M3l1f1atN 3 '
-iI"! limits of her Jomininiap;pr the.poor Bythearrival ot.th-t; -plckel Wclaka ) :>: new and superior fast W1ieh his ever teen.presented f,.edlic, 1;

might be'accbmoJated to her teniseket'MA-GNOLIA.p. stands *&* ** mft**"**,end***!**9fe .
1f1rl.t1 stupid this mornuttrom::Savannah', we, are in{ possession McNEL, master'winle&Ye'u: :' *" *
ittx!l :Uls'r charity to di'ny'ber3IJest7 :7- IT HAS NOT.FAILED
.
coriteu BY.THE"MAGN.OLtAJ bove/and continue to leave every THURSDAY. ,, TO CURB .IN A.
of the latest Savannah
k V the {Indulgence of;har ..whim'occasion' papers.From ." Returning.will leave PaUtka every SatardaYlDorn-i SINGLE INSTANCED]
desire for howenr 18 .DO h fron;Savannah.PARIS ..re. Lag at 8 o'clock'and .
tfI The war. leave Jacksonville tame evening rpHIS: Valuable e preparation is compounded' i iI'
$ unhTeral in Spain,,,by the'same, :. '. at.9 o'clock. X
be Etlt from several medicinal .
.. to : tQbfc 'bJa.'I' For roots growing '
?
... ... freight
II r .. or passage having splendid acrom-
n There is much interest manifested L ; J the Wilds of Florida. It isruftxtr
C- .in modations state Ac I' and WHOLLY
ff : rooms apply on board, or to
.,J.tirtitoKSlittle; .majesty was to have the Diplomatic circles-in. abiagtonrejatIve t.o Sqixmnak:0- Ntwt of" yuterday, FERNANDEZ, BISBEE A CO, ;: getabl ,&nd designed SSFXCULLT for the

lnt to etifl to a quarrel with UNCLE he expected arrival'of% f f"..-. 'Mfents Jacksonville, or cure of the above disease. The Inventor and ,
** 1e woalJ find it rather different busi- a special Minister* from .. ARRIVAL OF. THE/HERMAN.' !M.A.,OOHBN.Aengt atSatannahi'3uon.uioa Proprietor is fullyconvinced: it .is an in*.

*'*'- Quarrelling with her'poor'dupe of a Spain, to. demand' satisfaction. of. ,the United ',Nn.Y brk,:Oct. 2 2; 8.15' P.M. a reight. payabl b1Ih1ppen. # :. valuable Medicint. In tACt the test that ho -
.o
if be true,.she has .tales Government for ; Herman.has Oct. 4,, 1851'U' has given it in thetown
;gb.ind, >n which, report the loss t.o"Spain and The steamer arrived .with. Liverpool r: "J _. .' [F' I in which he resides .
ca experlence.-&raM4b Nen':. Cuba from the late invasion of tuba I dates to the 7th inst. The lower gradesof .' and the astonishing success with which it has
.d 10 Cotton wer firm err-Other things unchan lioiiiFor .: tact? warrants him in saying that it is a POSIt .
la the Court of KInt' UD h. From the London Times. TlvE CURE. He has therefore
) sic [ ] i ged. Political news mrimportaiiC Come to the
tifelionville'T
1833 a rM occurred in the "Court of Nf'&OUaUeaalor CDba. :.'__' I t ." Enterprise, and :determination to place it within the reach of. I

ID.' Bench" between two publishers of mu- ;Wednesday 'Oct. 1. "NswYoa-OcL 22t 9 Pt M. ME Steamer SARAH, all, knowing how many suffer with this very ,

..to an aliened piracy by one of the parties ,, The house of Jacob Little & Co., extensive J&t SPALDINO. having been newly unpleasant and often dangerous.Disease-
f .rransement of the the old'song, '!ThertlWoa )My private letters from Madrid of the 25th bankers WalIitreet, failed to- .,for anim-' fitted up, will resume her regular ticularly in the Southern and Western States.. .
Gentleman." till speak in warm terms of the contentment of meneamonnt.3 rips for the,above places on Monday the 26thInst. In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST ba' *
the Spanish government at the measures dope touching stall the intermediate and willcontlnuep
limes Scarlet was counsel for one of the ,landings particular and look for my written signature
5; ted by Lord Palmerston secure the island of to leave every Monday rn- onthelabeh
Tom Cook the
and Musical"JJLer Pmldents Proclamation the Texans '
2 iiiffuA, Cuba fresh' against engaged -' ing at 9 o'clock with the U. S.-Mall
.
against a .piratical! a empt. This connecting I refer
the the
witness called by the opposite In: Slrrrm -Madra'RrT latl n.' steamers public below to a few certificates
was a toand from Savannah. For
atisfaction is the freight engagements -
i tv As j in professional honor nnd duty hue :jnpre-lively, ,and it/was, I WASMINOTOM.Oct.. 223.30 P.1\1. or passage. apply on board, or to elected from among many received from respectable *
think
some reason to It
Sf d' Sir Jamw, cross examined Tom in the un xpected. is The city papers of, to-day contain President FERNANDEZ BISBEE & CO., Agent citizens, of Jacksonville.
a not certain that- hopes had been '
and flipp&nt manner follwing : previously Fillmorts proclamation against the Texans Jacksonville/Aug. 23,1851. Om .EODDRr.l"Om:5ETT.
teld out that euch would be :
tap steps taken. I ami
Jimc9-tNow, sir, you sy that the two ztiJI'or the that the who'have'taken A part iu'Uhe revolution 'now' I P. S. Pla'ntert should not be without this.
opinion
<: instructions
! Tolies. are the sm; but different. What do to the commander of the naval force communicated going; on in Mexico. The action of the Presi-. 'ENTERPRIZE HOUSE, valuable Medicine. Every family ought to--, -
dent is fouiidH reliable information' : from : keep; it on hand.
.
th"t sir 1"toLn'l on. Lake Monroe 'East '
by hi the West Indies relative Florida.
011 meaD the notes in the two copies to buccaneering ex- our Consul'at Mntamoras, who states that com- M.REED. principal Agent for Jackson- **
w' .
icditions cannot
ought be
01 not to considedas ille. "'
. ze likej; bnt with a different accent the one indicative (at I least for the present) ofa determination lauies composed Texan Rangers and others 'J&jL THE Subscriber respectfully informs the "-
ncin common time, the other in six-eight on the part England to secure Cubato have unlawfully nnrched. : into the Mexican ter- ::: public in general that this house will be Jacksonville, August 16, 18.11. I/ *'

kae-saJcomsequently the position of the acefltCJ Spain, In case the question, which.is now lories.i opened for the reception of company by: the 10th '

Dotes w" different.. merely one of piracy should national The proclamation forewarns all persons day October,and intehds to give the business .ifoti ei.

sir JiratS-"What is a musical accent!" character: in other words, I consider assume n it would from engaging in any such expedition, denoun- trict personal attention. His table will be furnish.ed Directions for using'Poinsett's Indian Loxe I

to1l-"My terms are a guinea lesson, sir." be premature to hat ces punishment against all violators of our with the best the country affords, and,no troub- cast will be found on the inside of the wrapper-
supppose protection against I e or will be spared to make an comforta- i
neutrality laws, and dtclares that if captured expense on each bottle. Where there is '
fever
/ilou1 laugh ) piracy attend-
mtans a guarantee against -
aggression ble call him.
on who-may on
fir Jam!. (rather ruffled)-"Never min tIle part of the Antrican Government. This is out of the United States, they will.not be enti The mild and genial climate of South Florida ng the disease a purgative should in evert'I

cr terms here. I aske you what is a musi- the conclusion 1 cannot help drawing from the tIed ,to the protection the American Govern (resents.many advantages to the invalids in pursuit I ate be used before the Loxecust. Should ,

'lCt'enl Cn yon see it?" intelligence which reaches me simultaneously ment. The proclamation'very similar to the; of health, and no part of Florida presents a there be a tendency to inflamatiouj purge moderately -*

tom-"No." from England. Spain- nnd Cuba. From the one, issued by President fillmore" against the'Cubin more pleasant and agreeable retreat, than the borders and give the Loxecust smaller dosea

jir: James-"Can you feel it TJ last mentioned I Irnrn that a rich Havana mer- invaders. of Lake Monroe. Persons fond of fishing and than the average dose. ,
:' Great hunting, will have every opportunity of' enjoying
mnsicUn (
can/ laughter.)
romA chant is his
to
on England and
way Slain-he
Sir James. (very nncry)--'Now pray, sir, may, in fet, have arrived by this-with the Conral at HaTaaa. the themselves streams as with the fish."woods abound. ;*with._ game, and JAtJtSOl'II.Lz May 6th, 1851 :

''.1t beat nbo'ittlic bush, but explain ta his object of trying to make an arrangement with A telegraphlodispitch announces the nppofd' ARTHUR GINN Proprietor.Oct. This is to certify it is with much pleasure-

:rlWp (Loris' Dnnnn win thp jmlpe) nnd the he English Government, and. inducing it to nnt Judge SHAEKKY. Mississippi, to the 1851. 6m that I announce to the Public,that Ihave been.


lI je.tbe mcininffof wbnt you call nccent." internal insurrection' but against foreign in- insacceptb" Appointment. called Dysentery, by. the highly recommended

Too-"Accent in music is a certain stress rigne or violence. Thecond'itionstbatbewjll The Charleston: Mtrtury ree-rds the appointment & THE SUBSCRIBER is prepared to remedy of Mr. E. Poinset;. I had resorted to 0
: particular note in the same man- of rather affair. ac- many things but of no avail I was induced to
:1! upon A in nil probability have offered, are-the suppression Judge Sharkey. a fishy JLcommodate a number of Boarders, at his ; 7
'
ras jou would lay a stress upon any given of the sfave-tradej; complete emanci- 'he'editor says ; recently erected residence in the Northwest part of try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine, 4

rorJfor\ .
vA. Thus if I were to sny_"you are antitTf4tSOfl the payment of one million per unum ,by Cuba What I. dear delightful politician he is The highly favorable to health and comfort from its el- cured within a few days, and have not 'been,

, I nsj; but ifl wore to say "Youn to Spain. exclusively of the obligation to main- President of that hot-headed Convention in evation. The HOUSE is just completed; the sleep- troubled since with that so much dreaded dis.
15:1." it rests on you. Sir James. Be and other apartments being spacious and well ease.I .
n ain a suitable military and naval force, and a tlisflissippi.which blew; the first trumpet note of
finished all & to other tmmediAte irreshdi:
plastered 0. happy
of ; am
Jeiterateil shouts laughter by the whole participation to native Cubans of plactsof organized resistance to the North and called say %
On the premises is a good and spacious Bathing under observation
come within few
Kin which the bench itsrlfjoined. followI my own a
and honor
trust under the Government. into being the Nashville Convention 'the writer -
; Souse where those its
I this rcpirtee. Silence laving been nt wishing advantages may, days. I cheerfully add my mite to the already .
of lette the .
private to.Foote'nppro.ing them with convenience.The _
nsb obtained the judge with much scorning Bloody Affray in T x... Compromise'about which on further consideration enjoy furniture.of every the House is also entirely new, great amount of testimony with regard to you**

,accosted the chop-fallen counsel thus : lYe find the following account of a bloody he was,much concerned, 'be swore be being just received from New York., j Valuable Medicine. I am, respectfully, -

Eritr Denman-"Are you satisfied, SirS and fatal affray whi ch occurred at Can ten; in would cut his (Foote's) throat if he..dared to Arrangements have been made to supply the table 4 M.EARN, Jr.
, with ample and excellent fare, and To E. Poinsett, s<].
good servants
I Ij It smith county Texas, on the 28th nit., in the mblisb_them, and which was nevertheless pub-
? Janes, (*h) deep red ns he naturally Redlindcr: Herald of the'4th inst. hsh' "Wlttout anybody's throat being cut; the have been employed to attend. to- the, comfort JACKSONVILLE, E. P.. August 15th, 1851.
Ofguesta.
T.!,to use poor Jack Reeve's own words hud An attempt was made by the Sheriff of Smith President of the first '.Nashville Convention, I shall spare no pains to r render House in f'all Dear Sir: This will inform you that one

ue scarlet ) in n great huff said-"The wit- conty to arrest one Bob Pearce for a breach of and refusing to attend the second which met in' respects pleasant to those who make my it their home, bottle of your Medicine, called INDIAN LOXE**'

errs down f' he peace, when, Wood Pearce, assisted.by Isaac accordance with resolutions be had signed and and respectfully invite,a call from citizens who wish CUST, has permanently cured two of my negroes -

lad p down he did. amidst renewed laughXin Moore and Peter Crawford, attempted to rescue approved ; the writer-of.cinstio retorts on the permanent board, or strangers who may sojourn in of a severe attack of Dysentery. I consider .

which all joined, particularly the learn- his brother Bob. The Sheriff summoned pos- National Intelligencer, vindicating 'Southern in our ,hospitable'clime during the winter months.W it'an"ezcellent Medicine for this com-. '

4 brothers except one who didn't see any re of six or seven men. Wood Pierce fired upon resistance; and finR.l1ythe; active agitator for D. WARD.' plaint; I and take great pleasure in recommendIng -* .

it in tbe matter. then, wounding Hold en. one of the guard. Southern submission ;-ever new, fresh,versa Jacksonville 11, 1851. tt it to the public. Respectfully yours, ,

Several or the J'dsse'then fired, killing Isaac tiLe Judge Sharkey does he not,deserve to be .' '* 8. FERNANDEZ. .
Toung; ladies who are accustomed to rend Moore. Wood Pierce fired his remaining barrel rewarded for the necromantic activity of his A ( A. B D To.Mr. Poinsett.

papers are always observed to possess most and then seized Isaac Moore's g nYand.fired. ergiversations? ,SUBSCRIBER' having leased the
invaWj I JAcexorYILLMay2l 1851. .
::niiog most utimW dispositions, ,
ways. it wounding two more of the guard, when he well-known house formerly kept by;Mrf Deal1 Sir boa .
171 consider it to matter of duty
: make gool wives, and always. select good was shot down by one ,of the guard, named John Clark, takes this method of informing the citizens
:isbjn
Neil and another of the guard. lie then On Bay Street, fronting'L l brick building. ,, ready to serve refreshments at any hour of the day a very:Tiolcut attack of Diarrhoea, which :,
.baffled the skill of two Physicians and rendered /
wire JACKSONVILLE from,7 o'clock the morning until 10 at night;i he
Van fugrrs, escaped although !t'Teralshtts fired at him can furnish Lunch at the shortest notice vis; Cold me unable to do any work. But fortunately !,

? ste&mer Mtgnelia,from Savannah, Oct 24,- ns lie nn. inform their friends Ham, Beef Tongue,Pigs feet, Tripe, :. Sardines when adout to give up all hope of ever obtaining
Subscribers
bPerris, Mrs Smith, Mrs Bevin and child, Min In the meantime the prispuert Bob Pierce, THE respectfully that they have established ,'Fish, Ac.; he.has had Liquors'and Wines selected relief I heard of your INDIAN LOXE- -
aeqnamtanoes
WAS in the hougevusin; a broad-axe the in New York. and the
upnn by good judges paid OUST and the of five Bottles has
use
mercantile business in entirely
H Miss Byrne, Dr Byrne USA,Messrs Ferris themselves in the this place,
his them and has be Wines
sheriff, seriously injuring him.nnd one of : and at the 'store highest prices for thinks restored me to health., take much pleasureto
and receiving opening
iphens, Perth, Livingston, Corril, Cheever, and men. He was, however, disurraed and carried above are nameda now : fall aft3ortmentivctpsifti.ng.of Dry;:. and Gentlemen Liquors will of the firat.4na1ity call and; also Porter for themselves and Ale. recommend your Medicine to all those who
please judge
ieek. to the Tyler jail. The'sb 'snapped: .Hard Ware
every Goods Fancy Articles Groceries and hl as they find me. No pains will be may be similarly afflicted. Tours, &c t
barrel of a six-shooter at his head but without Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps Bonnets.. Ac Ac., with spared to please fell who'mAY favor; me with a caU.lI BENJAMIN DAVID.' .

tick onvillc Guards, Attention! ony effect.- ,vAt our last advices a party of some every variety of goods usually-kept in Dry Goods '-.* p. .. S. 8.. TYLER. j" To E. Poinsett,Esq. '
. I ifteeu or twenty (mostly Pearces) were follown Store; which they offer for sale M cheap as they JacksoneOt.1L1Si' >- tL'F1or1dHoiseL' ,
Tn members of the above hereby .
. tmosodo Corps are this ? the prisoner supposed with ah intention of can be purchased it any arum the Southern ,,' : '.; JACKSOKVILLX..June 27, 1851.
Court-House in -
attend the '
at "
rescuing him at every-hazard. country. ii-ir ff it ? i :; r Rent. ( ptar Sir: tam entirely relieved of my corn '
'son Monday evening next,"27th. inst, for drill. .Thefr entire stock having"been selectedbyote plaintthank you for "INDIAN LOX, .
I' I By order of the Captain: witha : ,7HZ-above well known HOTEL, situa. your .t
of the.firm,with much care and attention and ECUS'1' it is the ..
/ imtl have used forth.
Ut25 GROTHE Siarg't.NoUce. Telegraphic-Ohio Election Rrtams. in ever a
( WM. .Ord. view particularly to this ,market they flatter iTrted in the city of St. Augustine, being disease and I feel *
'". CINCINNATTI, Oct. ,10;-The Ohio Senate themselves that they will be enabled-to give entire 1tI.-psrfect order, is for rent, for one or more happy recommending- to ._
Whigs nnd 24 Democrats two districts.bpinjr satisfaction'to all who'may:favor them with' their' years,with rwithout the furniture.. the publio.: Yours truly,
I'
. "t ., jet to hear from. one of which will probablyelect patronage,both as to the prices and quality of their : J June" 4 18n tf A.H. COLB. -GEORGE COULTER.

, .rnz UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co- A Free-Soiler; and the olher Democat. goods. They will be constantly receiving such addition to E. Poinsett, foq.JACKSONVILLE. '

't't.! P t I partnership for the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE, ,The House stand* 24 Whig, 59 Democrats. ,and to their stock as the solicit-ltatorlthe share market of the In Circuit\ Court : July 30,-1851 i
and
!?aBnj Jacksonville offer their professional services. to the 2 FreVSoilers: Eleven districts yet 'to hear patronage may require of,their respectfully fnen ds and acquaintances. EASTERN CIRCUIT OP FLORIDA.i Dear Sir! I have tried your very valuabla '
and its
L f S. MURDOCH vicinity.J. M. D. 'rom. Arrangements having been'.made in.New York, In Chancery. Medicine for Diarrhcea'and 'find it by far the

.: R. P. DANIEL, M. D. The official return for Governor all but 13 orders can be supplied at the Aort&RS&l6 no. Mi.ti1da"Ann'Wnord the best and safest cure for this dangerous dis/f

1, *i_oa the corner directly North of the Buffing. counties hive been'receivedj and if Wood,,the 1 f ea. E.L. vs. )>' BILL Ton DIVOKCZ.TT ease that I have ever known or heard ofi 'My '

'. House. Democratic candidate for Governor,should have J. P.- SANDERSON.' Dt.nIel'W"1If'ord. I little daughter,aged about,two years* bad suffered ..: ,.

), _Oct.1S, 185ton 3m the same ratio of increase in"them' as in the Sept 1,1851.. oetl8tf appearing'to the' eatizfactionofthe Court that long and was reduced to almost a skele-

r other counties,his majority the State will not -'- : X 'the Defendant, Daniel Wilford,,reddea beyond tot. and tried. part eta Bottle of:your tNDI.'i
S. N Williams fall short of 20J OOi.t4O* .*:. -WCO Great Bargains A 1\ fhe'limits of the State Florida, so that the ordinary AN tOXECUST and it"has acted like a.charm." ,-

COMMISSION-MERCHANT Subscriber wishing to devote his atten process cannot be served upon him:. :, the child is nVw improving may be seen by->t

j* -' THE etclusively to j his, profession offers On motion of W. M.Ins Esq., Solicitor, COm. by those who do not believe. Repectfully
n.M'Cl1EN : '
JACKSONVILLE FLA. : : '
for sale accommodating terms;,his lands and plainant. ,r '- AiV.COLVlN.
01tf nps eonsUntly on hand and for uietge 'BAYsSTREET, JACKSONVILLE.'FLA.TITOULD .-- on town Jacksonville with all ; ;It is Ordered, .Tbata'bearinbe. had oD'ti.taet& ) ,To E.Poins tt Esq.
stat assortment of, otsadjoinlngthe charged in the Complainant 1 Bill, at the December
BPCERIES respectfully inform their customers improvements. Tberciare" these land Term next of the Circuit Court to.be Cold- BAT&8 JSLAi ; t7o 'iB a/.t
AND PROVISIONS' vv and the publio;gene ly r that their FALL two, itrong'Chl1lbeateSprlngs, which yield a en at Alligator, In'and for the county of Colombia. .
r. if AUgnst7,1Si.-
or THE BEST SELECTIOTtS, STOCK OF GOODS.t a fred, dare now of bydrated peroxide of iron. Provided, That a copy of this order be published as .
tffl cOpious deposite
Tiflie1tthm, lower for nu1 J than th fcanbe ready tor the Inspection of thofce wishing to purchase 'assluillated.In tbeiroedicinal proerties the law.directs, for the space of three months.f '" Dear 8irT Th!* will inform jod .that .tAre V;

I .,bongbt elsewhere lathe South ;'' Good Artkl l airLess 'Prices. They are to 'be Brig titon and Turnbridge springs THO,DOUGLAS. ,.Judge,'4o3 .. of my :children. re dangerously;ill.:niCbxthr*:

fl1f. T produco taken in exchange/liberal! Their consists, ia part,'of Dry J'o('t almost .p England and the Balston'and Bedford springs ?! A true copy t 1 ; -- Dysentery Diarrhoea. fur :about six :weeks-

prices.) i.Ueorner .- evwy quality and name,'from lilks to kersey, of ,the coolest TeIt--. ScAafioiotJOH, 'Cl. rL' 1 tried almost everything that I generally-used'
Also a spring !
f this country.. .
of Union and Fonyth.streot .for- 'fresh family Groceries, HardwareTin wsreWood'enw&re -. o .to, beJ und jn.this section of .' Jaly 2,' 851.' ": r. -_.Sm for this disease, but all, .M no.effect. .'A fend"fmlnsieeorImended
LaDdoccupied by Mr..Ju.Armatrong.flCwvu1lle and Hats and Caps,'of,the common water .
Boots Sboesi me to try your )tedtcintt
Qt 2$,135L;; "ly Ladies' Bonnets, and variety tof serviceable ountryta; brick yard with on!jof Hall's! patient u In.the Circuit ; .
-_;;.__.________ latest styles. opiratiuntl'eonlythis \ ,, .Court: called INDIAN LOXECUST. 1 procured-itrr:
,.nd.fsn y'articles)'which cannot, fail to. machines ready for one.m tosathat1BottIe

NEW. S'TOBE, suit the mostVaried tastes of the vrAIR SEX who vicinity, where the, demand for :briCks.is: DUVAL COUNTY-JN, CHANCERPAIelilb'aidII "*'..: aBdatti ed all three i happy of lay childir. n-*>hoping of'it,cur valuable
invited to call. increasing,-Also a framed Cole your
are especially great and rapidly Complainant, and) c;
C Medicine become
I R. BOULTER '& CO. JII'"' J r .ALSO,. .t ,.1 l j,' dtchcn' stable and carriage house, nnd two Francis Richard and John S.Sammis, >i may. generally kiIownt.
. "" that alUhat maybe afflicted it /
to .tM.s
house fitted for twelve, rooms "Defendants. / J. :
I .Bridles. Martincalls. story welling ,
tHE A abbot uotznentofS&ddlOs; hav certain and safe"remedyYours "?
STORE OCCUPIED BY ease may a ; \l's :
FORMERLY hubs number ,of eligible TT appearing ,to Court, sfiidavit.thst' *
Bags, UmbrelJM, nearJycompleted. upon
;b *
TrankscCarpet "
: .Collars. >4 a "
T. o;;: HOLMES & cor : ; this anile rf X *Francis Richard, one of the isldDendante.. truly .-; .:
; and all that is tuually ibund'in'afly" store, in building sites and garde Jot: ,within 1 't' : :JAMEa'LA".m-' <: .
; UNDERSIGNED'naveJopened;[ftt the country. tho half of Whfch would be! "too numerous the Markejhoi8e'flflar.dt7 dn) in this resides within the State of.Florida but"without the, ft. 'I : h. "-f
-
***'" limits of the Eastern Judicial Circuit On motion, ,\ Pilo';
: ,St'-lhna.BAr4.
wi'iUndof r
Holmes'4 Co; a'newt"fn mention'v or w
T 0. .
'
; .
; to '
and well.e1eeted assortment of .' : .Theirstoekhavingibeen selected by: one- of the vicinity. ,. .* .-..<. < McQueen McIntosh;Solicitor Complainant,,. ; ,To E. Ppinsell, Esq.JACXSOKTILU. ..1' '
; .
.
'kf 7IPLZ'. \ welb acquainted with the.wants. of I For.farther- .particular, apply It is ordered, That;the;laid Francis Richard. do "
fZWa aDd :
DRY. AND'/FANCY'lGO pne ii_!_Otio_'they stnlw. < -'JOS.S:1JItER.,.. .: r'and'ptet.d-an wer';or demur to said ,BiT .: .. ; June.Sth,18sL- .
" ,!4DFM4DE CLOTHl1f.G 'HABD.l- th.t people. or 4L 4iJJ .EfJtQ i JaWionzlle,:Seti.6,1951rn1ntstrator's.Noti"; %c ::. tf. .. within two months from the date of this m1eri\ at !Dear Sir: I:hire'u.ej jour Indian Loxecust

..FARE AND CUTL'ERY,4S4D.' ;-" "tt'assured hat none will/go away nnsnitid said Bill urn betaken as Confessed against him, .' ,Jd my family, arid hJira' found it a?e y TalaaWt J .

r ", DLERY STATIONERY,' .'t : 'either fully a< tq b e quality of,the goods or the prf- :.' ;' e ,:, '. ,It\ also ordered,' 'l'hi."'the';foregoingforder; be 'remedy for .Diarrhoea. I takeur"ecommemdingl&tothopubUe.great"pleasure/1
> the'' fir .
in of
,, ,. .BOOTS AND SHOES,' ;** c ell ftsked forthent.LBAIl ;" : : 'IXMONTHS after date, I wUl present wr ae- published a week one for two public months.eaxettcs'. ': kb6T Country Produee taken in Administrator of the Estate of DavidSilcoxdeceud't0 once, 'Respectfui'iy. J. TOWNSEND.
BATSANp: CAPS, : count as DOUGLAS : : ;
THOS. Judge. ..
,IJ '. xchange for coods.at the h1hestrnsrketsesj. thrHoiLJaaw of Probatesfor 1 ,.'f! 'S- ', I'L ,.v. gbe't.iciurettE' "q." -.; ; !' .
10I.R D"LASsSf or 'and ask for a fill settlement andallowance I4hsi 1. !
Y AN ARFVURN1'TCRE.P1OVlSlON8.ke4 i AgaIncALLAnD-dZ& Duval county r il lsA oi" V. :OAMir:(Clwk of I
,
'of the saDie, and of discharge :froaAdministration thecirculk JAC& FlavMiylT. "
, sho.wiDgourgoods.:0ct'i8i185if my nrU.rf'1 185t. I
; ; f ..lD. :.,:lCUEN; & CO.. the f a13 EetsteJfiJAMESABILCOL'Adm'r.: '/. At! f' 46 hereby certifythat thefbregoing Is"a C6rrect
'
IJ" .
'l ::1Ir.t'b.tfrl
: oaTi' <
: '
\ : J 'H'. I. a:iegro girl suffering under a severe 'ttaok-oT''
Crt.Tu'1'IpE
tbi I 3 .copy. of the original order ofl file in nayvmce. .
, tug .to "'p'i.I ine najvetrl' ye I ,'Augut 1851.A ., m t. .: .., .., f ,VfGARNIB. Clerk>v .,Diartb'ceaandl&hat.thiu bottle of .
" ?|'* > Sold.upon asreasonaMeterms,' as J'j P t, A.tft3 'tale. t ."-,U-FJl'.A fA -'A.o .>* jf' '
; called
. M ',: ;lfcitlc c ,to' Cr ditorso i : J t. ,* t* -"*-*-*j rn_>' fshall ji. preparation Indian Lose ua\ effectu'ftlly .
ij"8 afforded for In theSouthBtU- country I H I i i ,'-; cured errand I Wonldiakelthrs 'of :
-ff *","*-".do well to eall. *sd. examine cc I f : ( Q8t, RR9Ng.Jrajf i e'a I t \i' f t 4' 1. : 11'i. : re.' j.
"J aWor.. .vnrcbuu 'sls -1'- JCSI7 Jil lU Y lll1aOI\ iLt; 10 1 t. J ''N'ofice.',. adS t, i'h 1 commending it u a very Valuable' Medicine.I .
their w
I ? ofPuval f
-.oq msk1nt'\BOULTER .t CO: I 'Jt.1 1l01l Jt"'Jfr : : Estate pfRebeccaLBiadIate( t : an d i pVftccounw 'eDfGt. : 't'rYqur.JndT i; JONNBBANTLY.&iI'1aT_ .
'Mqfi'H
.'
.' I Q4U4T f l q 't.1fo.n1IltaJi'8 Plos r Count1'Jlece". ;ajetrhereby.notified ,,,.r.,., S'IX 1 3 -
.-O- -25.' S51' .; : ;.tt \1iSJaNVBJllXW- lIaNllg i sent th.m tqthrjinderwgned within two yrs '. and Vouchori/as administratrixapd I., .t'- S1''Bl / '-' I

r' !
'I L.md J>yttbe'itatute in sdeh'eastlaadent 11,late of AJachua titlt StatijofTjpricounty ; oMedIainoIid:lNDtbcJ', I
lT'1lEGRO.WOKAN ANDXHBSb57107&flold! t forever .
V0k
kto: .LtJIJ4N 'tl '
, QK:riJ' a ; a girlS, ,.11 IrjiJlilf i : '..ucf'om' ., t FOYlded.I' iSTJ a SS 11.7COMiMcthBREADAtBANE f-HIZf.i 'ZT .decd!Wu.i Ir b19iadge1it'.P ,br'aaid' haa P h n Q J 'd..oJ. r. o {N, ftMo"Il' Sled
: .
t t
'\t ; "
fJ J lit 1 the woman ii yWJ.Qldr ; ; ( ,for a fiqal; fettlemftut ttndlat'the itr i itimcweffhall & netW JaT ''lt. 8aJUt'lliendlngi .

.N, t.jJf and 1rne .of hOUSE $ I -l'lt &'l Ji.Miat q 001I .Jth, 1: ,1I' 'tsU A: .t".I1'AdlDi tttta orc'd'J ; &pplYO3i&cOurtf0rletters) of- 'otJ.r,,:,l ab 6
.t I ,DTkiwulb.soll aU tgetJietr'Tctxns .' Co' ;_"lal11JtIO1'ii vq oo"puv's3tflV14OOO I s r 41. "Ueb.. 'dJs i/roqa t ei.admiaistrti6n-of said Esiuke &Jaou' ZI"Ottb, bi.toral.totUsla d aatn'rem._. .

Utehile Nasa" .\ -t, r.n' t i !.'lwnb 11. 'j, IRi&3.t *, p' ..."J..'.' :.t i-3'j 4, 1:9.1i. t.te-wAJ1."PtlfOl1'i tq ten-.ct.L" d" ;JO' W. .. a 5. .1.u. ,: ,

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: .,'_4 .. ci&1lkthd it HA Jacksonville will resume the practice of hItprttason OOhiwi Dry :
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nit 1."AITda.' :,Lw.Wk' :1 JWII and in tfceStprwM Oovrt efealdStataluio. 4pJJyS4T'L4W, Ware,
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the follow- District of same, and will claims before AttttAtox* Cotr-iiiu CotfsTT/PABT which he offers
pa, "V"1daJ'ch. ILLe .ff.J.a41ar, ro prosecute 4M..0'8rha .
.rIIPI -I,g* p the Departments at Washington. Whit flmltb,Office at AH5gtor.) FOR;CASH::
lag termi: Q7 All WUf wi" IIj'tA-t J. 0ct.l8feil. tfJIBDICINE 'Office at'NewBM IHt.M .
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One dolfcr of twelve line* .and under to at the store !
a per tqatre 'Ilflj li.TAltTASLE .. '
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for before in. of ;
: 07A11.advertUementt'imutbi. ptld JUST'PUBLISHED .'AND.FOR: SALE .flJOHN' on the corner of Market'and For ATTORNEY, .4' T' LAW, -
1'4 I' .ertion,antes*by regular customer. By referring streets the Co .. Uh. to
$. TAYLOR,; ._ opposite attend the' Circuit Court in.the
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I I to ,urtermaths r.qui tu sum maybe .ascertained .BOOKSELLER AND .PUBLISHER, Jacksonville, 0 t.I8 1851. U WILL Circuit ;' the United State

f ) and. transmitted with,the,Advertisement.T3 No 143 Fauau,Strtt,'Nw YtthfTlHE District Court at'St. Aornstlne; the Supreme CLO'

:. *Advertisement not marked with the number' ', Wm' M LawtcnkCo. _, Court at Tallahassee.; and prwecute Claims for Call and,. ,

.I insertions required,will continued until i forbid following Books will:b.,sent brnaO.;free F.ACTOal COMMISSION i -.e. P MERCHANTS, citizens in any part'of Floritla apiinst! the Qortrnmtnt where. '

and barged for JL of postage, to any part of the,.United States, AND at Wsshlngton'eltbt? before Congress Jackontnie
.on,the receipt of'the money for the same, whichmaybe ,N,.''13'Southern.. ':Wharf Charleston. S. c. at Depnrtments. '
will be for all or
CTFfte dollars charted announceme '
forwarded 1mi. atp.i; of the.Pub '
: Wif. M. TATIX,
WM.M.LAWTON, East Flni/
'ADHESS JflblJlf1i11e
its ofcandidates for office. lisher:- 7 Josxrs T. Dux.Sept '." '
g.wlzrwzoTBAeoT,
One square.for Six Months, t i tlO 00 The Sacred Mountains. ,By 'Rer.J. T.'Headjey.iTol. 1881. 6' May 11, I860, tf

Notice to Debtors and Creditors, i t 7 00 ., %1o.. Dloatrated.. Full..' \cloth, ,91; gut. 8. M I \ '
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Application for Letters o Administration 8 00 The' Sacred Mountains. By neT.J. T. ..n e&dle3'. American and Foreign Agency, O.carEart, ..le. tuy
07 religious notices will be inserted gratui.1 1 voL 18mo. Without the 11ool IS'Jobn'.
Sun
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urtj.KJ"All. edition. 60 cents. creek, sixtem | 4J
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admissablepersonal eommunlcauoni will 8uNct Scenes and Characters. JBy Rev J. T. UN D E R the direction AARON HAIOHT (Office in the Court House, up stair,) situatiou U k

Headley. 1 voL 12mo. Full cloth, PALMER of New York. and-WORTHING* ITT ILL practice In tLe several Counties ofT the river, land
charged as advertlsementa.gj f li 1.50. 'of New Orleans, \
i gilt dges, ._ TON OARREfSON SNETBEN: '
) All bills for Job Printing,mast be paid on the Sacred Scenes and Character By .:'. T. Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme Court of .Yt he Eastern t iwni of Florid, and attend not a cwsrof r .

Headley.. 1 voL 18mo. Without the plates. .. the United States. to the collection claims agninst the U. many years..
of the work. .
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delivery ,
school edition. States fur > erricesnnd for Horses I lost cotnfi ruble,
< 50 cts. This establishment is formed for tie following Military ,
07 All communications most be addressed to History of the Persecutions and Battles of the Wa). objects: I or other) property 'lost ordestroyed by troops in dation eta (

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Dlttstrated. Full cloth. 50 eta. professional \I! clniuls for Pensions disabled SoMiers the
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History of the Waldenses. By Rer.J. T. Headley. amen before Congress. b1l.j r urtlif- Widows.md Orphans of deceised dien.Afo. fifty :acres ..

-. ; SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. Napoleon 1 Tol-18mo.and hJs S1U1day.choOi edition. 31 eta. 1 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all ci'iims fur Bounty Lnti'l toofflc'ra "mdl 'admirable Citi-
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rtmentlt,
De or against
I THE SUBSCRIBER' takes this opportunity .-1ft.-.-K *.1. foreign Congress Governments or the Executive before Boards of Coamissioners. ttficcr n,1 .M t'n. loge ol bring

f. inform the planters of Lone Staple Luther and Cromwell. By Rer.J. Headley. 1 i Also, will give Um streflEIOriIOCOnYeyaflVJDg- country Cody

I. Cottons that he still continues the manufacture roL12mo. Uluitrated. Full cloth, $1. 3. For the settlement of sccouats with the State, [ to ex'unitiing Titles.tnd Record)andassertain. Th re is H fl ,

of the.latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS, Rambles and Sketches. By Rev.J.T Headly. 1 Treasury, War, Navy Po*Office and Interior Department I i ng el thus to L inds.VI1 premises, I

, : ( double and single at bis usual rates and is T0l.l2mo. Illustrated. Full cloth, '1. and obtaining the remission of fines. btsin.sseulrwitetl to him will meet with ota tbous.nd i|| 1

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' For the reputation of the Gins, apply to the edges, extra 75 cents. cents.pit the 4.revenue For post office letters,or other for laws.inventions from will be executed *>y him with u".tneBlMnd j'' land healthy J

,: "I' following Agents, or to those who hire them Letters from the Backwoods and the Adirondack. the United securing States or from patent foreign Government, despatch. Post Ufflceut !

I in use: By Rer. J. HeadJey.. 1 roL 12mo. Foil and procuring land warrants and pensions under JacgksonvillfjJan.SS, 1851. tf Iind the >li.. ,

. AGENTS. cloth. 50 eta. the various pension laws of the United States. their regular
Biography of the Saviour and his Apostles; with collections debts Those ,
6. For generally, embracing wishing
': Villalonga & Acosta, Centerrillage Ga. Portrait of each, engraved on steel. With an. legacies and inheritances in the United States and J. McRobert Beker, call OD. or .
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.o' Capt.B.B. Bythewood, Beaufort, S.C. Essay on the Character of the Apoctlea By Rev. foreign countries. Jacksonville
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: Tison & Harris, Ocala, E. Florida. &ntiN; gut edges, extra ,n. o. the States or Territories of the Union, and loaning Jcso's"i.i.Ls E. FLA.
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estate
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"' R. R. Dukes, Palatka, E. F. investment Circuit in Hamilton of the millie Circuit ,
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business pertaining to a Law, Loan, and Banking BTAINED f ; ',
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r ', subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons want- ? edition. 1 rol.12mo.: 410 pages; $1. PALMER SNETHEN, Being locttedat Jacksonvelle/or life he will I 1

I- J i *; ing Gins or Gins repaired, please direct to Shanty, the Blacksmith' : A Tale of Other Times. Office No. 5, Carroll Place, Capitol HilL give his entire and unremitting attention to his J i

fr V II ;M: AgeDtBorto 'S. L BURNS, By, Mrs. Sherwood. 1 rol. IScao. DIustrated.a1 Sept a, 1851. tf profession, and all business entrusted to his

l;: it l '!* St.Marl, Georgia., oenta. care shall meet with prompt Dllnn. For the 1.J 1
1. )lIa13I,18. Lily of the VaJler. By Mrs. Shenrood. IroLlS masonry J. McROBERT ,BAKER. .Jc
F f' Cm mo. Illustrated. 50 cts. ricaiayaagiaiicr- Children of I

t The Shorter Catechism of the Rer. Assembly of ing, .c. August 1850.X f

,. ; Divines. With Prooft thereof out ef the Scrip THE UNDERSIGNED takes thir method of -- ---
NOTICE. tuns,.in words at length. Per 100, '3. the public that he ready to ttoRobert War of 2812
Baker
STEAM SAW-MILL FOB SALE.. do Bricklaying Masonry, Postering. Stucco Mexican U' 2'I

;;; rilHE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale Extracts. frem Qpinioas .1 the Press. Work, &&, &c. He will furnish plans and ATTORNEYS AT LAW, JACKSONVILLE, E. F., dian 'j"x

; i. IOn bletermsbisSTE.dMSAW.MILL on rea- J.SACRED SCENES AMD CHAEACTKRS- 5y Rev. drawings when dwired by persona for whomhe NOTARY PUBLIC. Term n xi.,*.
' : T. Headley -'nua work may very properly be is
: t AND engaged to execote work.. without extra nll..rwi..r flu rh.r
MACHINERY
;; I at Garey'sFerry Doral considered a companion the "Satred Moun- charge. He is well known to the citizens of COMMISSIONER appointed the following Slates
county, Florida. The Engine is 20 honepower taint," by the same author. Its object Is to illus to take Testimony. Affidavits j- Acknovclfdgemeats TIu'Ssibsrriberi.' i !
; J.icksonville
: 10 inch cylender, 3 feet stroke and 2 trate and "render more life-like" the Sacred Writ as u competent mechanic, and to used thertin of
,
It is not the author's work he has performed already lor'citizens be :
boilers, 24 feet loagj 36 it. diameter all in ings. design to supersede the Brililoh (' '
complete order and for immediate; Bible; but his wish is to excite a solicitude to obtain or the pl*ce, he refers to as an additional eti Maine, Virginia, Vermont, Moauchnsetta,
ready -
It has also a use. and become Jotimately acquainted and per. dence of hi qualifications.fSp Connecticut. York Pennsylvania
corn mill attached. The
Engine fectly familiar with its history, doctrines i EsaIIIid in '
". ; and laws DeUwjrcM.iryhndNorth
and Machinery will be sold desired. truth Carts aDd Moulds for ornimeotal plastering Caroling ,, ,. .. .
separate to know its to imbibe its spirit feel its power South C'arolicii ''" fu r iIi"
Ala-
For terms, apply to me at Pa.latkar. to my and partake of salvation: in a word, to prize, also furnished. JOHN IVERS. barns Georgia trhildren.iit L*>n!
: ,: 1 agent, Jas. B. Cole. in some measure,as it.deserves this treasure which N.B.-To Planters he wool nay he has much Mississippi Texas. '
l' July,271950.
. .: A. H. COLE. if indeed beyond price.' We predict:for it a circu ex'periancft in putting up Sugar Batteries and ly .,.. uDiriilioii

Palatka Fla.,May 10, 1M!. tf -TII lation far'NfU'beyond", Jan.any 1tA.of the uthor'sforuierworkz.. loUeitawork, in that line, confident that he can \\ .liifigii... D. C. eI'J
! tbe I Fbilip Fraser
give amplest satisfaction. Charges IDQller.I ,
Jr.p
Notice* SACKED SCENES AMD CBAJUCTEltE-Bg,J ate. -. J. L A
T.HNZ/q. author of the "Sacred Mountain : TTORKEY&CO UJttELLOR LAW Attorney at Lam.
MONTHS after date, we the. undersigned Jackspnfille/Majr 31J1831: lyAQENC1 Deeds
: SIX AeThis'work will add greatly to.the reputation jACxsoNriLic Fu. I
Administrators on the Estate of of the author.; In literary merit. it more;than r . P. R-U..r..r. ( :
. Micajoh Deen, late of Columbia county, deceased equals hit "Sacred Mountains.""' Mr. Headier excels WILL attend to any professional J business .."hl.awl M" ,

will present our accounts and Touchers in his glowing style and rind descriptions., His ''O" to him in the Courts of she Wa hi"llDh .
J
to the Honorable Judge ,of Probate for said works are a rich treasury of all the.sublimity of Dr. S. 'S. riTcu'sCELEBRATED Enstern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts .t -

county,to be.discharged from tbe;further ad thought, moving tenderness of passion, and rifor* Tallahassee. He has .also such an dAnta.fteous .
ministration of said Estate; for which. xi.l.per. pus strength of' expression, which are to be found MEDICINES.Used connection with,ni able Lnwyerat Wuth s TIM

persons-heirs, legatees or persons interested in mind-all the&languages Daffy Globe by which, Jan.mortals tohT declare' their by him with distvtKuheJ success M the i" Ington City,as will ensure a prompt nnd spee New-Yorkf ]

-we hereby requests to take notice. dy collection of such claims us be >
,, .curejaf may placed
. t RHODA CORINTH BABLM ASD S tcaesBy R '
WM. H. ROUSSEAU, Zey.-Wc "' not for long time'at'down to a' Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, 3ept.8tbl&49 ftm
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book with ly
more pleasing <
found Asthma Heart
' J Administrators. those anticipations mOl rally resEedTtha in the Diseases, Dyspepsia BY

- Little River, Aug. 16, 1851. em. perusal of the work before us-nd,:we.know Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female B. D. Kondrick
will be baaed withgrat cation ,
I by the
. of the may adm Complaints, &c., &c. A COUNSELLOR '
Floats. r&s talented author. His Naioelan and AT LAW No. 19 Wall $

rpJIE UNDERSIGNED. the Ail Maru w.perhaps'as'popuJar, and found A I.SO WILL practice in the several Courts oUh. St. C hi1'lea

. JL .D. L. YCIXK, offers for sale ,.Agent of Hon at least as many enthusiastie readers as any.book Dr. S. S. Fitch' Supporters, Shoulder Circuit, and in the onntiesol
that be
Jive can mentioned.r We think the "R.ainbleg Bract; Inhaling Tubes Hilloborough and Benton of the Southern
Thousand and Lecture Cir
Five Hundred and and Sketches"
destined
Fifty Acres ef are to be as jopular:at cult or Florida.Tampa .. I n1:? Every !
' LAND, least as any of his previously published works on Consumption, and the OilY, October 28th Drafts, NoW, 4-c
- in There 11 not a dull'chapter in the 1849. nor 17.
fractions of 40 work
' 80, or 160 acres; to be located I nrt preserving Life and
on
with,"an inftnit fTarlet1' .The hwaSli .
of the author
any public lands
in the State .
II ject to entry. at the Land Office. of-Florida t ',sub, room and verge enough for the employments of b1I HealthJto, OlMge4c. Wm, M. Tunnel
fine talents to reat -
advantago-ndmost iuoc. fa -FACTOR
: JOSEPH CTNEQAN. fullr hai be ccompliabecf taak f-COJt.1IIi8'ON MERCHANT, n; E have :'
JU TUl'.Jan..28.1851. The btograph I bare,been appointed"'Agent tortbe
gale
tf ,
ieal sketch of the. author is of.the ft.r..t.'ommrrrlnl era1
,
Wharfs
interesting -well above TiTn Agent i
Goods and wilt .,
keep tbetnconstant
considered, an 4 adds much to'the % Feb.
ralue 14.ly boaiDeaain
t.thl JS
book, which is in ly on hand at my Drugstore, in the Town of Charleston C.
Administration, Not ice. got up _a veryne&t aDd attrfj To collect and '
e.,p J'crtland Tamp Tampa, Buy,',Ia.: ,
PERSONS interested 811lb1 Transcript -
ALL are hereby notified. ., Dr.L. PnImerJt Ferris,
ROGERS.-- ,Harmonic Institiite
,
&six months ,
from the date bereoC I shall r'- ,,rotherwise,also
t I
present my account of my administration of the esUto Mr.IIci41eii.ont of the rooct.Wn, wtI. Corner .f -St. Jallnk street awl Market S '. All Ut
Henry Hartley, deceased to the Honorable ten of Hs country, sad we.hart here one ot his 'Bt 'l'Ml Bcnrst Beam !! I SAVANNAH vare* Z tFerrwor; persons, i
\ GA. .
Judge Probate of Duval county, and;: ask for a' best books- one on which he can safely rest his | WILL purchase the BKAUs' OIL'and '
:
settlement with the same, and discharge from fame. It possesses the ;nfatigning! J. UREAHEtbat' the Citizens FiorMn will F: ZOOBAUM" CO.,Importers and Dealers sent;the mrae to-1

my administration.. thereat.! '" feet simplfcity and-truth. There isTgrawftU., ship to me in;8arann h. will pat for the Oilt every in Mpsio' and MUSICAL I sracMiKTs of i all persona '

SUSANNAH HARTLEY Adm'x. frankneM_m**** the,composition, which engages OM I Dollar u GvillonthOreuse description wholesale and retail.. -, I rms *erria, re'
Cents 'Conip'etBand
Auguit91831., the Interest ot tha readerin Fifty aj furnished and Dealers ,
forsettlementitnd
6m the author supplied
.
4NEW w l1 u in the subject. 'H&rambles about Rome M j Fount the aniclcs bust be Pure. or I mill most at' New;York prices. ;

/: CJLOTHING Pans.-and London exhibited a thousand:Lre pOli arelg reject thf I .' :, f* ,;l' a goo!'juJire' of 'J.-H. McRORT,.Jr., '
STORE .
Va1ti clan ingenious ziatwet.po which .mall 0'Hhem.-. 'They must be lu tluir IIllturalltate. June 21, ly ;Agent Jackionvilla, ,
KODB Agent '
-
J has opened anew CLOTHING'AND taste wm deHgbH Unger: We pisdict for thliaj W. HUMPIIEYs-
t' DRY GOODS STORE on Bay' sale equal t that of the Bounty JackSODyme.J
street, any 'WH LIsAl.E Land
one door E&tot Mr. Finnegaa'e I &ojrcw..Ya k : "- authpT's.-wok.' VaD.iGuri, General Agency .
aacl'lWpM\'i ,
t8 .
m'oY.1 .
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any Ineltesthe citizen of Jacksonville ; O lyTo &raanaFj: G tJ WASU ----------
and the 'b'cofleeUOi 11o qfwblcb author ,, NGTOtf, D. surrounding country to come and see,for ..v. no riced be '! JOSEPH A ]
.
S selves. You will them consists'indeed,'of some o/M*. Head. : :T., W ALa'R. Will give ..HIA
positively buy your goods in this 19"mOst brflliantandoftheee 1io Master* ..*ost: prompt and :
.
I h"haD OtAce efficient attention MONTB8
new store cheaper than, ever you did In ,Jaektoneonville .- h. COIDp tiQJ1, : to the. BOUNT :I. :
-. rpecime .. i.iiii
I before. orh. abUitie.\Jy 1fhich he' stamps. .LAND nf4'mtrilnhI soldiers p3.
.1:MODS. enjreged. in present our
J one 14, i$u. may.b.judged with the grestet safety to his tame !lbtt-'IIIt.\l7oritlo. War : j
THE"
6mNotice. as a world-painter and t.h1 I r erSSSW rft.PJeuant.iiove, or either. of the '/x/ftm SiI"I?* *f
: .er NftIY.l W'orgisi's I
t Tn&uns 'Dcc. ,Waither first biltL Uiiei ul ft att ..fer
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-- lrt 1849.. : : 'q In the US'who penon \,"Y.'bff'li'lI a' )
'eODelliT '
: $ ihtf Wtr
and.udertokWp. ,1ugt'tl. or with
:CB..The GreG fftarge from the
4o,3ooawul ljYely t publish,the Rritai I
'I SIX:MONTHS 'after date, I will present'to. der MtbepteesrnenUaedye QI.IIl1fU1lec1 to'or: .with cheap Itam Idea. ot supplying alI'poat of.fI .' and to nny d lecHptj.n ol'buufnrw! of.l8l2 1 Estate_of I
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the Honorable an1. : him Aent or. "II.
Judge of Probate for ColumbIA part oftha'UnIt.d- 8atcsontho NS5Iptij ordm 'tewsrrentedeqnaI or rtoanr other that Attorney rUT Washington. For 11, dtef'i ,' .t",

county toy accounts and,,vouchers:as .risk.with money' Money _71.'"),'.JoI&II Da7'JOBN c.rbe procured at Out: rhig1.1il'wHrrltlJ1 l hisohitrgt>'will be;"$procu ff.' In are desired to t. '
Administrator on the Estate Samuel unionS e &P1 aresent *tfa anr: ttSK. other! 'tMtev it rwiti proportioned ", .
I' late of said S. TAILOR tory,'duliJcatelall' o then;; *.
county deceased J for, wLl h'all ,Publisher btfoi li notice with.; ttIf'r9nsldiffleully'of. the caN.' .'
concerned 1 J\T 0 1cJwP. :wbo"ord.-aet" He c'
persons are herebr .NY..l. will iili .
requested
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take : ugup... 2m.' a .CJLUGZ wp& J ma.- Two, y1tbAgeis er ., ,
notice,as shall ask.to be discharged from 1' DoUa.noetl- A tlorneya .in Florida who be : :
ttIrty pleces-shafll
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&I__ of said eatate.Y.M.B.ROUSSBAU. placUlb tulL. .Bonmy: Itnvltib'tothvr eJItIOl
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Little. River,Aog. 18, 1831. 6mVottce. 'C NOTIvH. FKREBY GIVEN That. ats Any editor pahtJ iJchon,(and bp'postpafJf *jIlT receive'immediate. N"OTICEIS j
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