The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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u.t'l1"o1d *14 tbo. t'ipen1 r,i eats, tQ post,tie
1rs formes the.whole 1 of.: its .domestic in.la s }a .. iT' .,.- ttntilmyrettunto",&rJd;:'streetI;an! ..itodies*'
< 'fJaC7if391 tit ttteHO to which 1j entitled:
> .- :_i h- .Jl_,' 'PII Ea ,,.arme sY No'DEB i8 0;' cannot yoM ,
lltri*Mantnni, despite the p.wrjnjues, waien.r5t &O however,feeler rest whHe.uaaglnIt g5:
seventy years had left on her faceTstill' rI thitotreiheem.a'paeiblybemisfnte'ret ;

_?jflfiT tie trace of*firmer1 beauty.V There 8fnlB has forjt&objeet bo condition r -' ,1 and therefore hasten; toschdyou'tbeviews; ;
Pea ta he*tppearance/and. dignity.iTSer of Jhe'ear4i> 1aI'i removal1" peace,. Teiiuint ,._and drTve our :fire-breathing which you are kin>r:enough(:to wish ?.peeted." '
Banner;,which prepossessed ,stranger -'"Think: ..Io'! 001' I steeds from sea to sou"; OLe t' 'S uth' reflect 'On,Ua e'topfea of your)leueri'dated the 4th '
The San ,Frandsco'Herald contains the for a momect'tbat this route into inst4 frcm Peach Point"Braiorii Texas :
faker eneyer.tbeJ. happened to electbutthls.b ."However 'm.dam.et ,not be too eonfi- confession opens oar own county;
.iSr rare y;. Living In thestrictl dentcontinue; to act with pndencet/and of Robinson, ODe of' the mea hung by 'inland sea of Mexico;that scorning European .I hAtelong entertained, .definite and decided
much ;as- interference it is oar safe opinions. 'A.:"u,y j ; somewhat diB'fftl1.trOm' *
L'retirement aDd avoiding es as possi the own. guarded
Vigilance Com l
the which aococnt'ofa
fume appearance oft\ perfect,.resignation. tt is an '
continuatioia any avowed by pucricin
the this *
arenoe of the
'berLneighbors ,he mighty Misoissippr quar
a11..1litercoarse".witb -
1aIi Frequent the church in which I minister,place seaies of sncreufnT vi1IiniegjtbojFa ?
fhoTrHe pii piercjug oar continent:.two thousand ter,I shonld,feet'diilidcatin holding or conf e =
went out except ftrfhejwrppse,
self provisions.. Her, Income consisted.._of vourself hand aisle near and Ibe I will:Tower forewarn corner of the right- a1J J;ID Baltimore;New York,'an3'Phnadeiphia miles up,'to the raftt lakes of ihe North while sing them,were it not that every day's'progress'In. ; I
of ;
null I pension;which!. she received j emy' six visit". s' yon my.next and other.cities. Th'e.-followingembracinghia In its downward' sweep it 'enfolds the Mexican .our great.federal experiment confirms tame:
"f ?
.nd'w"flndi.trade their soundness;Indeed their absolnfe'ncc'eblty.
tb.streetw1aneallhndiabe"abOO'by r' ,bringing the fertile :
Dim hs In the .ofouThe01d.Nnnftand 'Iwill.d 7 eoffatbe"r.' ', operations in Philadelphia,'Baltimore. ,:& ., to .tribute, /as it cross re the Ijthmui tropIcs and .,,I cannot wor.k'out the safety of taeTnion'

with.u&Dle.coBfidmble respect. ... 'Beshming.hi
...JUrie..MrUnni regarded usually,.lived in the room .Bridget the door.1 being summoned'" ,' by her mistress-to 3 November, 1837,1 wall Io Albany, I then beCAme ncaandbrloging them all in loviogoffering to and is fitted to'be the best and' permanent :

rt'tlecroand-floor,","where she spent r timetjieedleirorlc open that time acquainted;;with M nroe Edwards at the the South,, Thus, she .oaJd"ho1d -the key of iec8-ltifol; aaj muel> combined freedom and
From daring several months theold
a ) ; and her .old'servant Bridget0eapted / Eichftuge.Hptel enquired foe,J r.Hunt j the TJnien,"*nd.eommand the respect and infloence bippineuuaocieticsare .periiiitted'to jor,,
e the upper _'roots, which served' as aWte4enapd oftenawEither lady repaired regularly Francis but to the.be ;she he lid thaVhe was very anxious: to find Jim; ,-which' Is,h'er]right, in holding the gates and.,it, has "alSUtt tome not merely*
; never spoke; I told bins he at1 the of rash and"uraboDd, 'but grossly illogical to
employ cd berelfin.fpinmng 'fro was Howard House N. T.j the- great catioaalr. highwayProud 'old ,
i lived these twjS old women in a.state; of.J Or8.ate' her the' desired'of si aLThe' unaccustomed I went,with him and. found him there;; they Borne D.rJ ;of Tim exerclsf: to and fromchnrchv :
r t ompU fsolailotK;,'In'winter,"however..in order together with' the walking.'aickneas.of< : consulted"together. for some time;and then con imperial power rocJbifrU Kng; ring '. vitality. Union, inits political', "senseis: theopposite
,hope li. TbeViementSBecessary -
of = -
eluded to this line of efts
{ make th.eh.panner"a.l..wasa as Tehnantepec offers to be'South -
I ibe apease'of keeping twe fiJ ,
-raid up
to, Mariarini used to call down her domes ticjud dIhepn she became tq unfavorably on herhealth reify; good scribe; I was dressed rather rough;; I and through her, to every State of the Federal to a bare idea of s Union are antagonistic"
caost her to place her_ wheel in the,,chime. ; rnrt'anl her sabjt'ct.to'ait.ek of intermitting they expended abont$300 in jewels and clothes Compact. The South asks for an equal weight to those of a consolidation;.sxd yet 1 cannot,
0e earner while she herself occupied a large large' ,brigbteyetieemedeach to make' me look: genteel and not suspicions; and air admitted balance of rank and influence. help thinking that all the mistakes and mischiefs
fly day togrow: larger and brighter. One then wentto business. Here It offers itself to her here it to which we have been subjected found
the her
t at aIde. implores
s. ill! eisy-cbair gometimes sit thus, opposite evening, .after They'eetkg morning, in, passing, down the aisle,Father I We r .ga"check.on.Hod'.es Beale & Co.; acceptance.' Will she seise It at its tide 'or'supine an origin in the habitual,,tendency many

. yoild wiiboat exchanging single, word. her Francis and for a,moment bent is'lostP'his head- ttwards,- presented the "check;'.they told 'me the firm permit it to float away,and be lost in theentangling very sble statesmen to import from old consolidated
. : had not. as much money on deposit as the check I .,eddies of foreign policy?;. O. empires their'produeta. legislation
c0ni sight, however, the mistress happened With a powerful fton"Br e Mariana subdued and and fasten them the-
r called for: I returned to my part a era and told ptl( .. government; upon
tebeia-a more communicative T temper than all outward;signs of.the terrible emotion what,had happened Mr.H.took$300 and made 4' new American condition of mere federal nnion.

e '{isttl.and addressing her servant, she said i' which tl ese words caused her,and returned to adeposit; in the name; of B.B. & Co.; by this A BaII. n Expl t. tr> xcltiaf' Adveatare. How often do we hear and see the strictly de-
:Well, Bridget, hare you heard from year her cheerlss dwelling. In the i.nh1g'F'ath r ertair.fd' constitutionalised term nation substituted for
meaDS as the amount he drew another A balloon ,
e ; exploded in the air at London{
j F Francis i came to her: When they were'alone, check to'thefamannt of$20,000 presented > on that Union J:-A substitution plausible and
Y .ego, madam, although the Frankfort post she'asked:'uFathcr. what has happened it ; Mondll.th. 8th. Three persons were in it: innocent the'sphere of our foreign relations
t ;. they paid without hesitation t them ,
' c any ; got one of 'gives the following account of the
1st. comdD- Monster'de Cinq-Mars is.arrestedJ7. 'breeSlOQ bills apd the balance in S50Q bills in bat full 'of Insinuating :and pernicious encroachment .
; affair. ,the Tines: *. ,
I ,it is folly to reckon the "And the Jake de Bouillon'
Bridget on
loa see, I took it to our_ room, and inJ'Partners 'me wherever the domestic limits reservations '
fII fections of ore's children ; yon are not the 'Tied. i _. $2.500 of it; April 4th I met them in Philadelphia gave 'i We ascended steadily and,proceeded with and. guarantees': are involved. It
air Bother who has to complain of their in.grstttsde. .uThe treaty with the King of Spain 3rt' at Jones Hotel,"ia Chestnut street bneSbth moderate speed 'towards. the.mer in'a. vouthr found no place in the structure framed by the

." "At the moment it was signed at Madrid,the street;.ner.being there two days, ,'they Westernly direction.i Mir.chambers,the person convention of 1787.' WerelnotaUhismoment. "

1 Bat.madam, my Joseph is not ungrateful: : cunning cardinal received a copy of it." asked me to write Bid way's name I practised who was permitted by Mr. Bell to become the away from'home more in search'of health than.disposed

.1 k'e lores me, and it he. has not 'written'now, IiI /By rhom'was the plot discovered.?" three'or four hours/every d.tor; four daIs custodian' pro ten of the lives of three persons to labor,.1 should be tempted to note,

main it is only because be hu nothing to "By a secret'agent__ who. 'had' 'wormed himself. by this time,I could counterfeit well. ; was busy waving flags and cutting away some from congressional and executive records:some

tir.. One must sot be too hard npon young ,into. it." There/then,'wislaid before me very twenty blank comical figures of paper attached to the car, of the errors apparently run in\o.both of reasoning

peoeWJJflfat uMj inemiess.tbenatfl .triumph checks; I"moteon'them all, and but ort and Ltras admiring the wonderful panoramabeneathme and of policy;trader the seductive influence -
too,hard certainly; but we hate. a 'Kichelieu is more powerful, and the ,king number got one. with perfect signature of when 1 heard a report like that of of round language.' No stronger illustration

r. t i r\t to their submission and re.Pecth' more>subject to him than.ever.": Mr. BiJgway; I filled,the'check.b1 writing a muster above my .bead' sad immediately ex could be &inn.of.MiqbeaJL. assertion

''4ormypartdearLidy, I am satisfied with' The same night the poor old. woman'was Brown,& Co, at the- end,of Bidgwaywhicll claimed' that' there was':a rest in the balloon that S-wordsare things (aye;and fatally..serious
ItI pvessiag, ss I do.my son's affections.1' '. seized with burning fever.-la-her delirium made the.firm Bidgway, Brown lit Co Hunt an sssert ion denied by.Mr. CLanibcfs,.who had things tool),than' the extent to. which;

Iei ,. *5 wngratulateyoa, Bridget," :said her tnisr the phantom-man in red still panned her,and took the check'very coply and put it into; his got by this time among the netting;and ordered 1 WI b.IUCh, aids, the,:meaning of 'purrConstitui,

, tress,with a deep sigh. ',Alas! I am ,also :a ber rnvings:were terrible\to hear. Bridget, pocket and walked out"preseuted it to certain us'to;throw;out' ballast,-notwithstanding I Ion,if not the nature,of;our government, has;;

.'tidier: ,and J ought to be a happ-olii": Three I seated at,her bedside, prayed for her;and at bank and .drew,2OOOO'aU $100 and 150 which we descended with fearful Telocity-the been,effected. I am not so'unjust :>s:.to" question "

CM,possessing' ','fortune,glory; yet here the end of a month she begaaalowly recover. notes; became back with-his .wallet full; it houses churches' ; and.fields beneath_ as" 'getting the motives of those'wht have ihos'devia-

Itfflj forgotten by them, in poverty,"land con- Bornedown, however, by years,poverty, and: was divided j:I got 6,000;illeDt'; $4.000 to my bearer and nearer every second. ; "' ted: t1i 1mDtnth' regarded 'as. misled;
tiered importunate ,if I appeal ,to.them for misfortune'Marie Marianni' fell that her end mother,'and_ wrote. her that I drew it in a lotteiMr .Exclamatious&\V e'ie right!"half lying by;a'iort of ambitious'patriotism :so Intently;: '
u in wasi Father"Francis's'dissuasion r '" ; half despairing, broke from usy fallowed the std
kip.? Yon are happy, Bridget having an ,apprpacbingv Despite *. sliming augment greatness, wealth
italieat son-mine are hard And thankless_' abe again d' i coarse to the astrological : ; .Edwards aaidiwfc.must put the Baltimore by an awful cry from' one of us,at least,of,"It's poirer of their country,as npguaraedly tpover4 ,.

""Poor, dear lady, my Joseph loves ne'1oD411. soTra tablet, one which were' drawn, in bank through next;onthe 16th May we metis all up..with* us!' Then) sir, we,three, menfjii look the..peculiar.complications Ant.iuee'ad-
.f'' black and red figures;the'various houses! the Baltimore; ._Mr..Edwards.and: ; I drew; > check the car;stared death la the face for some forty j'uatmentaofitsPolitics.l lystem, -. \

I _> cot me to the heart, Bridget;you little sun and of the star,which
bowwbt I have ,suffered. An ;unhappy .nativity, On ibis occasion;,their omens 'werennfarorable it to'me and told me to!get the money for It; a lion) had had cat the chords attaching the servatiTepeTbaps more tamely than Is congenial !
l'd staler,I have also been a wretched wife.: Af- ';'and rejecting all epiritnal conso* I refused to do it}gays he what are you afraid neck_of: the -balloon.to the;hoop., the consequence with tie spirit'and anticipations the -

Ur ktriag lived unhappily together during latlon miserable in the present, and"hopeless I am afraid of nothing,. but Twill not take of which' was that, the whole talk flew Constitution. ..There Is:'oneprovWon Of that; ,.

Dental years my husband'died, the,victim of for the future-:Marie.Marianni; expired.in: the the check there; by that, says Id wards,I,will achute.np to, the top' of the netting" ,'and formed? a.par instrument which; more strongly than any otherr'marks .

u tiususitu. And wh m, think yon did they beginning of July,'1642.. *;' >* t r._ go in.the bank and get some gold for. some. paper We. .Its practical. ,and'yet;it is curious
erase of instigating, his murder? Mel 1 In As soon as her.death wss known a magistrate money; then agreed to get Mme gold,'and >- were thenstady for a moment then oscillated to sea with what almost 'euperstitfoasdreadvreahrinkfroip'bringingit

tie,pretence of my children 1i the iri'k of Cologne'cfime to her Louse-,in order to make when they are paying me the gold you present (a of, conaparilive safety)-then went ( into action "
down with
e ce'of oy eldest son-I was prosecuted for an officiAl entry of the' names of the defunct the check; I did so;,the cashier merely.looked death again 'frightful' force. Certain I refer to the power and process of amendment.Our r .. .
and her heirs. Bridget) could not tell either was now before us; but not one of us lost organic law was put in writing,its dele
WI crime f' : at the check,and told the teller.to pay me.; he presence of mind gntionsandreatrictiongofjarisdlctionweregive .
rlin cBa doubtless, madams.- oo wars aequt*, sbepj rely-,knew_that:her lats.mistress was astrnnger. gave two thousand dollars'in one-bandredao1- of though"had Dot:the slightest ; >t _
hope escape;:Mr. Chambers.Was entirely with: and t tec.erwnt.1'b.Dtu all
tines lar notes, the. rest in Aye hundred l1arDotes. calm and collectgd.. We cut the fabrics confessedly,imperfect, and '
with. ,Father Francis arrived. KI can tell the away grapnel, human are
and had been a poor'Yoman, you Edwards staid there, some time afterwards, in *
t1fl' ; innocence names' of-'her heirs," he said.' Writ*-.the tbrew'ontitiore ballast; (bags and all, on my should.ever be adaptable to.t the tines the mode
mrSllk'r, or ; ray order,to detect suspicion we '
any ; separated and
part) with was"
a concussion not of or addition :
France Monsieur the Puke of Orleans peaceful ehangeeol'n"Ction'
But har.UjaUtiewadraaUges of
VitVl bye been publicly declared. king ; ; met In Wheeling Cumberland and Cincinnati
or.Engt ? ; nearly so severe as I expected a marketigardener's prescribed 'with equal, exactness. 'Why, is it
of 4 liCincinnatti
snitad my enemies' Henrietta France queen we were in January, 1841 remained field.
tmrpOM to deprive me of them, so they bane "And what," asked the ''astonished ,magistrate there about four days, wards and I fell .Gardiner that we endure' years of dangerous agitation*'
Mr Mr.
on Chambers 'teUo -cit
on unsettling
our as !eIl8
the nAme of thedeeeuedl"Tbe it
ubei and left in the state in which I Kwas check ,the Gas. Light .Come '
me, me myself forged a on me three bags of ballast him; and the social convulsion
Marie de : on ear and winding gradually upto a .
and Migbtv Princess
ta? High &Co. I
Bank (
Hodges signed
In pany belonging o over us all;whiletb'e'pilotiwbo had weathered rather than frankly,report to.thl*proffered = \ :
") }l said the old Hedieis widow ofH..uri IV., and mother of the the President and Edwards
Distress! woman. Hodges, signed the storm," was,thrown with considerable .expedient Certainly the Constitution cane I
Mine Marianni hid her face in her hand.kerchief reigning'king.lr-c1ambers. Willis'name across the back of the check,which violence from amomg the, cordage around the not touched with ton much reverence ; certainly I ,,
i and the reBjlaitrof bad to be done before the check was good; Hunt where, he had been ;
- spoke no more during Fuse.-1 8ea4tI&e hoop standing." ,So much what Is, usually stigmatised atinkering" -
the er-ning. The Hungarian. Illu1nJppL signed the"cashier's name;Hunt took check for an accident itself. The cause 1 think lift ,at it should be resolutely, 'avoided fbut t

'Lithe servant continued silently to tarn her The scene on board the U. frigate JJfuri* and drew the money-the amount' .was twenty in a nut shell; and I am' loth' to allude to it, when it is plain that the proper occasion has,

0, bud, sUe resolved in her mind several eir- sippiy when, the illusrions Kossutb, with his thousand dollars-Edwards said he despised a since it.argues a want of prudence on the part arisen;that nothing less solemn:on,oe efficacious ,
Clllatao connected with the "Old Nun."- fellow exiles came on board, is represented to check that was drawn for leas'than twenty :I of the person who. by his presence of mind and that the verynnion it creates and

E-,ltd .often surprised< her reading parch have been impressive; in the extreme. The officers thousand dollars.he: either wanted to make III saved our lives subsequently. When we as conservates ,Is at risk,'why'are we to recoil l

eati catered with seals of red war, which,onhJEet'sentrancebermistress"ahrays of the ship, together with the' tenderhearted big raise or tone at alL" cended. the neck of the balloon was tied round from provided sanctuary One of the authorized
burr Jack tars immediately formed a circle We th n.wen t to Lou ;lIe,toget er; Hunt with a silk handkerchief.- On clearing the forms amending is_unaccompanied s

flj replaced in a small iron box. around distinguished strangers,not to gape and Edwards forged a check on Hiram Goodrich earth, the balloon'ascended to higher and by hazard of any. d--tbat of congressional

-rac tight Marie Marianni, while suffering and stare at t hem but to show by their,looks for twenty thousand dollars' i Edwards presented much morerariledatmospbere.theatmosphereicpressnre recommendation to' be followed by the:approval
IrD' hrmsa attack of fever cried ont in A tone ofosttenble and their-pmenee and emotion, how heartfeltand It at an Exchange office a heavy discountfor become less;;the gas expanded rapidly of three-fourths of the local legislature ,

horror: "Not I will Dot see hint warm was their welcome to the protection the money; the banker said.he did not have ; and the balloon burst._ Such a process seems just now.to be nnpromis- .
D'Et i+ltatrgyon red robe-that man of blood American Republic A letter from Con* that much money in the office, (this was after lug; but It may,after. : candid and diffuse discussion -
Et.tj .rat.rdn 1'' of the. banking hours was the reason he offered it at Tkaee Sm k.r* suaai.t eweri: turn out otherwise. Surely the Unionb '

TVex troubled the simple mind.ofJ sUntinopIesays: a iCOuntJ.bG take him to the cashier of the Here are two or three hints'.for juvenile tobacco t valued sufficiently to'rally for its risk andrenovation I-
things ; With tears streaming down his eyes,and intonations bank it drawon went ,to the cashier; .smokers'sad wm".h1 :
1r of them was ; >th ,We extract twenty-fourof the thirty-one States;
Bridget she dared not apeak .
- J yet mistress.ta of voice, expressing the deepest feeling I presented It; he told I me he would go to the from the Boston Olive Branch=they ara worth or are we already;prepared to admit that the
btierasually and reserved .
the haughty' dI&111l.ork. be uttered a few sentiments, announcing President; we saw him; presented it, and he being treasured up>-Tobacco has spoiled:and American people are Incapable of" -.rn.
next evening, as they were sitting the door- his joy at finding himself derthe, protection ordered it to be paid they would not give me utterly rained thousands'of hoya.,inducing a ment incapable; of_ 'appreciating'' the true

ea- a knock was heard at of the glorious stripes and stars of the freest any'of;hilt money; we'quarreled and:aeperato dangerous precocity, developing:the?passions, loaned of their wonderful progress; and r incapable

say 'be eta it be At this hoar J" lAid tblsrie nation of the world.' Capt Lon?, who had already ;,they.west to w-Pr1eansand.another Softening and weakening the bones,'and greatly of discardinjg blind thoagh boisterous

ris ,ass, addressed GOT. K. oD'board the Turkish directionThey*forged checks on the New loIuri iCtbe spin al mari ''the brain:and thewholc'nno guides recd 'to lead
1 eanaot w think," replied her servant; tt'His I frigate, began again to speak in answer,'but his Orleans and.Moble:banks;,they returned taN s fluids .A boYt\who early,:and into mntnal and rancorous jealousies,'into *e*

:oepr set taw eloek." } I bosom swelled too much.,with emotion .Tears York and forged a note there, which caused freely smokes,o>otherwise largely uses tobac.co pendence on_'foreign guardianship; into 'ci land
L *-;leotherknoek I .Go, Bridget, and see who stood in his eyes and in the eyes of all the officers hs''eoiivlction; Iwas not .i Interested'In .the ,nevtr.is known to takesmano'much energy servile wars, and into the poor tends Of tillage

*Vnt open the door with t>recaation.n and men, and.limited! sj yIng.;uSir you, three last crimes; .not having tim, I am com- of eharacteJo' ,'and generally lacks physical trades and.tatiifs?. I t In.It' always" a .
'r Ih servant took their solitary lamp saber are weleotier Sir; yon rare H three cheers for petted '1 to elose'roy-co'nfession in reference to ,and muscular, as well as mental energy To mistake;::to falter In-selianceupon the'sBtewd "

RDaik cad went to the doorj, She_ presently. /i oy.. Axveoutu.rrAMnkivh.-...n_ thin order----- had been Edward:and.Hunt.. people older,who are naturally nervous,'and and "soberjnd8m of the great:bodyr: of bur

TItd.'tlherinR inro the room FstberFnDvaa heartily responded to, still Capfc Long, in his On the ssiwfold,this fellow"made another confession particularly to,,.the phlegmatic,to.. those '01 acold feJIow itiiensT" They werewise enough to disc

pried who lived in the.city.: 'iHe was a joy,and.. sympathy, could ,add 'nothing.better. implicating some of the most respecta: and more than a Dutch.temperament, to- cern'the untried i eUe of'the CocstitutiOB
sus- of about fifty "3 earn .old! : hose hollow than Three.eheers'more"for GOT. Kossuth," ble men in California in villainies. His last bicco.may be compua h J7 harmeless, but they! wererwfMrehongh, "to;amen d,?aJeanJ K:
;' rp(l"atul'fS and piercing eyes wore We are glad to-learn that not only Kossuth confession believe to occasioned by spite; wren to those'it' is' worse':than useless.We most admirably thework"as: it came from the

1 b der and far from hallowed expression." himself; but. his family, and indeed the whole because the persons dial not 1 interfere to save would particolarly,warn boys} who wish tabs hands of Washington,',Madijon, Franklin sad'

.2:. ,l, father''am I Indebted for this late party were In excellent health,when last heard him. la bis:last confession-he raid his name '*by body in the world, ,to avoid tobacco.as""a' Hamilton n i are they not:'wlie: ehoogh'then to ;
'"-r.llked the oM lAdybaDOrtaDt -- from.:Only,one adult person had deceased during .was Wm Benjamin EeppardW.ak deadly.polsod., ,.. _v _. J %_ j. apply single and situpie'carefor' afdjseaee .j .
tidings" .replied .tht priest, 'their residence at.Cutahia :Madame Wagner which,after mtny years Joflatenlliorpor,;hsjsuddenlyralarmlngly
1. I liracome taeomm nicate.< exhausted by her fatigues, exposures and the-isatl Owes.. -A young man from the country,going,to aIl ; ,'developedf.Wlta 'mo '

Js Bridget,"said her mistress., The alarms.during bar two successiveattempts to Southern Bat"oald- lift"'their.eyei on some musical y oung;ladies vlhe*other, evening there is no doubt that if my :conntrymen bq .

\ "n old Iron Ump*,ind .*efiinp_ .rescue ', 'Kossuth from the power' ',ofAustria. I.above If the arena of party strife,and keep them, ,he'was told he,must,ask them:tossing, given lac legitimate opportuiit jrj'they:wi ;eipressly !

.. her nreless ehamber.! ,. a:"' MaThere,Is.no certainty as ,the timeX wise and loyal helmsmen,OD'tla.4Iid.tatl and should they refuse,he ought topretisthimAocerdinglr and oaqmalifiedly'prbliibit,. sooner or
RI, &,havayoa to tell mgt .pb4 _Marie: 1. looked for;la ,this'country. like their course from Heaven;how brief he commenced by requesting Mil&Matt afar,what:i have heretofbre humbly believed .
d'rib that point with .
maf sakes him to. Shonthsmpton favor hint a-son g.>;' Sh.1'FtJ1 had by the strongest Implication
o t her visitor. The .Mississippi wouW aeeui some'of their objects of they already
l. *bad news fromFrstneepaI.a : first,bat his stay in England is not likely to be and petty.contention, before,the'permanent glories declined said she bad a.eo1d;&. .,_ prohibited.:, They will pro '. iroai' being .iiI':
oe +! DCVsr t t, rvg > prolonged. 'W: may 'look for him about 'fierce their protection.' The great highway.. "- Well,then, Miss/* said oar hero"tbn e forced by the sophistries of sealots to'enact the "

$1r. ) esay.rsrotaalll prove SO J! very the middle of Zloaembe.s .-' to that the woo Pacific,to California;to-Oregon,. to the I1thqaeexa: iJt yon.,* don's** ";,:.you, think. .. Tr you{.liiSi.-might park of a consolidation; they t will'place' ,.theooaititutional'anentoo'
e2ht 'bea, have not deceived nieto "'' MMMMMMWMMV- MMM M MMWi and the-!yet;untouched pearl>fiaberi, DI1" 1n J for .m : SB Qu. whole; The girl fainted Immediately.:: :the ftlrBlnighter '
Afltatiar eea ;against of intermeddling
I" the Prleitin&repro.i'sa whose1 gemstnddeasetptre -
lIid&ID said the commerce of'Ash "
,. N.H informs to '
Hanover '
at with"JDltit1lUo Js'lnd;
correspondent. :
"do 'credit to this Oar aT"abo.t the locked rights exeluafvelr -
01 Attach now portals
; say enn
the.marnlng An Xitcrney died exceedingly
t at Jn
Oct 12J of Bta#
si'Believe.ni'tt.best last Sabbath ( :. Btatejereatlbn; .
that 'j whenever possibility,
1eapt us hands
l itself to our
illItro1o oatJ!College and offers :set '
at Dan a shilling subscription'-Was on '
Church poof, control vtfl
the College .tV? and State they
at ; rtnder It
JIAe, service the seal iapossl-
+sa toe1sii$ forth to unbar gates; .
it.r wbiela'1'" oqkt had proceeded a little we pat them foot to pay tha"ezpeue'of his AineraLL'Meet 1o.1.r .Ja-'of; .
as theclergyman 'thisdisdea ,n'.iat or.nvoin.
without, flirts magnificent bond of onion, .r" .011
'I1c.a'D'ot l
r real jaUfortano the dootwassaddenly of'empire, ttha caUorneya and,ibarriat era'having;cubiibed tieatocoaterttbetonf
SS la fttonMtoweakness l anterrors1.a. wayIn his.icrmon, front of.honor'lies at the feet;of,**' Qth 'I' Qaf7 Jntothemeana1 s
s nightclothes entered. ; TTI1h ;; 6n.e! otahemraggliedao ole. afteij- of
!' 1 e ;fatheritfcomnion -'Ii ones 1aich 'tn"it and a person, the' broad aisle spme 'the'6i 8h wi '.Tehaantepec;;'ana her sons viand Lord Chief Justice oii, i 1 destroying etr&lityef its cwirmembers.of. "
. ba ,with gt.-; ; rapidly np sQttabbUnrUke peversechildresi-oYettope bli tbaf he":would subscribe his hiUml.Dll' 1 onto'dtiectitsraergieito'fu'1fil'thq1
many was arrtsted a>d carried oni. are :hope; : far
when he some Juglet like the C1altlci of :
rib J sudoebt the inflaencewhlehJher'f]-, distance ntenstltfe and delirious look at and toys,abonttkeir private and persottaltan-should bell l a shilling,"said'Toler,cool,.*DUfI the minute from stifftior'the everratrginif iip and.baIri. ) .
es bare His ghaitl"conOnce this hoar of fife they
Oil I ities. At ikeafQaBd .
s' thIDgs if ieCTpomaa&Msck,: toburyssnsUortaey1: Heretsag ;
1 ,the tmtL]..t> f labVt phsataalesof lae'lnner min? ; -
; revealed l rac4tiontosnatch'for ,
--'nl1tlf.a4 '- HoC'call' armed atan7P 1DI;i.:ud art '' f '
'eTI'ortd&er. v of them. .
G'li1i i1e.sick of typhoid hsraess burl,0At.ent7 ,sr .
Ii froitt > !
': weed aiDe lib m sltael( the Senior Clas a her golden''tnnmpb.Theother t. I bane d1s7assioaaielj. ;bQtanxfons1ywsUh.ed I .
1.F: ; fever had,,. escaped. from'hls sick itehmus routes'panama'aDel N carsgualay ; A'Uxy-fellow;'namei:V.J.Hole'Us e dipt.ed the mans kU t 01" political $sentimeut .t -f
j .eeor.ii.aUflAdt.&Dd
v r. : : the mbtoenUrr : ade'rth"p lot France and BogkaoVwho *."y,.-peljipg' his .naae which:throws lhrrRaath'esd. Blti slaWtte "s4joernB>entefbe
1 II
.t ;U'rani t,u the -'t'fi .'to t her '' !""I on hU-" ,toettid meal.M'taiftV Injaechurch'A MJdlTbeIBU. e eirdoir 'like fclconswpen' "eI r-pn'JJ i.. F Fonotopy. ,clear,into the.taade. Remakes, a, Ce6 'M3 taB most.hiHy'te'L..I'find,-JUT. J
can. :
.bt. l *" isthr ss4ws+Iom"Fr'saa r.1r {' "1 ,-u'tl'it-iJtfc..e. -h s aI dl, '.'rafrestorea.aaa": rroa SeTecolo2efjad cut.of at will. from. 'bi". g uJf"ant..' tfujta'.in 'l r.o.r.t4L l 1btD tsc- h ". ths. :: I.iedee bemovwaentaof--r n the.a.h1l.ataeswereiedeienfeninoble"J 0. un'
''r ; Order'hoVeverj 1urftle.m ai .P.- es .
4D PD\J'.i'th.' 'ilmlt.-i: : course.1 thou suet pe .rt.p.a4 war 'atnen'toitilgttitl
,. d service $L* ched its:' ;;Hfa'de r _died./ _.'Dd-.tiat 11: .teotharaflaxe; .OUIB'.CiunreU"._. NlWO.t__ J ;1II1 tbi't msintatycthe; ,
N* .s n 31 woala toodoforhonorandoi 1-" 1 ,. .. ,
t B; aarafer .
oev7 ekt..ttr-Ia JotlfiddtXeokaq.r a instlttttlos ted Union bat
ajf of'ntieeaitd)1ekttlo } r'l "Bess omea/w. ; of.tbe .
, f\ ''JI.j drawaltoh' !plo t'eJoeti. ttoitt &TiJJC o' ..- "ease&L1a.td a&JMtt 41, trfpdo ,.'onld:.osrt. vn j jQ 1 ri. .'t dad aosai gbi tisai r'z g'; wrf X say Hwtti=rtTueUae:1 b54aOn.iiuaiiietigpteitrfttidKittWiatalttiitl'
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f OlY.
; Abolitionists beUagiin* ii-barbaric gong ip ; .Jy I am, dear air yotw!friend and 1"obedient ser- preserve.the Unioa J'aappportunlty to reliere .i .alB11l'f New
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f the-lov'o' bJrepfe3gnt4tlr: .klar'or .--'- --- /ant, f : O.Y. DALLA8. themselves nd & H'"the'.git&tlo )Yo .Dg PAJUNn"I ,.

uJ,-1r"1 and ticdic- To "tiona.J'irB&YA t .1 wlilchnowcofl- York j4greorgsziorthe Northern .. -.-, ,_.,

. r' lire 5 paltry ,and),personalambition!renewed .. ," 'OUho dIIfr$ ns tillLftqe. FreSoa paIiitt : (contrast it, with the ft. ; .
agitation bTwh1thaoie ItsTiopes sire fed e4,4; tEtt e Im (9r a long t tTfiW >
. ; fruoiaiis
Vermont, Mass chttsTla71)Wol ? ewYorkj and i THE' NEpf3J|t i } ; -- 'TOkthe>4 %:: .1I1 nJ1fe' hare 'be\ 1 p"e of ci.,1I'a' among our-the i 'P wlfeia' JI ;Jfd; .

even PehsylvaniiitibUed:In succession sad fi reaQ1; tDauiljtl*rto_ be oonInc4f sliee i i.43aMInthem: possible, from ,i &IIM_ 4 ,.r&e w

'" proof that their respe'c reiportipns pf.tbf great : :thefact. LVttti ifthereis' enouih en anda, ,11i so fantliar to them. The ,hulhIjQdlciQo,1.1 tCbrdJ\lh 1l:;
1 1 Whig paiI'er i u wUli g. to 'forew. .the spirit '
". > question ot mined Ate secession consequence m.Ib well-to affbrtf fcjatii
t ouato1DAfl' hllJ'lai.0 t st!J 's uth" left amongit us to induce nit follow"the lead ;
'1 '
i ted not io :( liVe the ofthe past aggressions"of the Federal Government ,mitlatzatbi stekL f _
TheyAaffe< ,
kBpw : friend
of eveu Northern man, who Is a pf f *;< "** t ,,
t t ast&uctful: Ortodqtz.efreaI,3ize''daiger$ f ,seenw now to be set at rest, by the decided .Hia Excellency* :: it i'M
South. .7.TTVJ{,) .iJQ'-._ \
or.. heir course .the bbid .nt1. a- ,
; buJlylo expression public opinion,on that point, once the supervisor of
theabilitywho'from'hls 'ot,.,
defied :
toiisfee thV.elOquent of
very : opostja
lot Union,' and .defied him; jth'quuhy: ;, Thif SCAIVDALUM MAGNATUM."all' are inVvery Southern tat 'wJ er.it has been,madean'issne i :hfgh'p rtioza"1aI iii i1
In a republican: government men
f !editoHalsV ii with'exceptions few befpre.the people. BjrtltBis.jlltforcason i learned in the law
newspaper his
andt ; JcKSONVILLFJ4V echuracferorthe. I .as
1 far between merged in ihe'commbn'cutrent at O3 q l'fln4ie'ej o1thi11ii } States to sorHo :Excefl4.
: : I why the right ot the r injegrity of the law officer/"li B'1 '
( / l dU' has becone quite manifest.( tnot, t ,Saturday, ,JVoTcmlicr, J..18:51.. .humblest.citizeaJs as.dear tohim:as that aTpeacable aarisebougtt fulnMe gw hoota prbse v \
; remedyj'if behalf of the.Stale : :
;, i aud%hy suppress convictions) that the expectation -. -o{"the hizhcptfunctienary.in 'theState. Thereputatio'n6fkthepoorest"man7br I besumnderedvforcing '1ie4 : t ,amdwhocbeiegJ '

I I Iuuu1ye4nauLeQ, or, tranquuiitng e AGENTS the lowest constitutional cffleercaa na'thenable'to oq, ,
FOB THE NEWS. State Iormap'W the
' country by the1egis1aUameasurtsiselntie.The ; a sovereign ; birsnd
act for the extradition of fugitive is .the' ,Maj. JOHS BEARD,'-Tal1 has eeFla., 'functionary"in! the Slate, is.as much entitled Union against her consent is too ridiculous even thinscIincegcfjwbo ,
pretext for protracted and perj" v,,* s'.< rr 1J.; 0.: ,BEAN, Esq, Ocala, Fla. to protection from misrepresentation as that of .'TrihuM-to enterialnf The EditorS !are.swoni'toto decIdejiIfce :' t
for 'NT
t the etJln.Constitution and if.ire'are them according to,the, l&wss
: upon guarantee* ; ,JOHJI FIL the Governor himself 'England it is different :d1v4t
DABuspEsq7 Tampa '
- ; to raise the seigetowhich th. t.tnstrumen' .; "Shall, 'we/etaV a'ist lster::Slate; in the the courtind, the'evidence disclosed I '
', to
There attack the conductor motives 4
Gen. S. ; to e.'
is still subjected, can we do better; than, RUSSELL Newnansyille Fla. : Union by.fire and 11I'I rd,,and., compelkto}:, The if'TthIsVhizhuireTirfra >
.reinforce it from the arsenal, ;and with the orders ;: B.. FJIISBT tEsqv Q rey's Ferry, Fla. of -'high'functionaries"., is: called "seandalumnagnatKoi1 be assumptionsuppprled ) l t.
and rem to '
members to our
send Congress :
; of the people? I much by.the. act that he torestingW
nothing as quo. CEKTBBJEsq st.Augustine Fla. ?-great. scandal-and is punished power (
; the safety of the Union -.place it beyond the ,. the associate and equal, when >be is in ,ra tour,; it must,somewhere basbee
A. according to the/size nd.importance 'Of DEu.
STEELE Cedar Fla.
; striking distance of'cunning' ..u.w u ne ,mad Judge, .. Keys, vassal f ,We. tljink.not" JJtdt fr.Cohb;, 'and gated as a'responsiblel trust

i nLtlclsm"do this;if ypu'can, without resoiting -' ,8. GUN-SKI. EsqPilatka.Fla.LEPIm ., great man 8e n alized. But a poor man,'or !I hisvfoilowers think differently., The.wgan pf to hIm'.-1&0,'

. J i i I to the final remedy; but if you caunot, then low functionary,may be assailed at a very small reasonebljuoedIseer alike uninfmug
the Northern free-soilers thinks that ita State '
"y f give to thi; 'Constitution an' express positive, or am..DALLAS.We .. expense., 'X3oy.Brown-, being ah old Federalist; ;(feelings of preju'dice' inotivesofjion;; #*
IheUnion he would
amendment which' shall : should resolveta'qriit prefer
:. prohibitery foreverend publish in to-day's paper the letter of Mr. retainiffg somfe of the high! 'aristocratic,notions Nor. it.ererstip'posed that. his,,djjcrialiju,
the entanglements and pretexts of.interpre ,to let her go,:rather than retainI'hVby milritaryprcCjV lion would extend
I i tation. Dallas to Mr. Guy M,Bryan, of Texas, with the that belong that school, 'seems.to .thinkihat: ;but the aoernor.eeat, of 1.Georgia : ,beyond 'the. invesUgitW
the "
I confident assurance that it will afford to many very palpable case'x>f:scandalum inagnatum wai whether applIcantfioni the nature t.
But what msyw"-ittlis doubtful andlihttory
,you will convene the Legislature! of his State tospowerto'retaina J
committed against ) the Editor case,.was, or :was .not ;entitled to Ex .
/ course should prove abortive "Much of our.readers_the-highest gratification, .whicfi Etceliency-- Ky' sister Sbuth'erri" State in

J r time opportunity will have been afforded. we.our (felt'in'i s'p ru8 l. ;It is a manly, of they Florida Republican-and. his "mutual clemency. An exposition of two cases 11

;: Congress, the Executive and the people will independent, and st4tesmLn1ike. production friends," when they charged him, with abuseof the Union ;by': military"force Have'renoshamoieftl ring in this countyj (will show wit'hat, .

t have perceived that the resources of the Constitution To.wbata condition of, humiliation domand his '
and''JDust'increase the confidence already felt the pardoning power. However forgivingthe propriet Excellency' ka.!ate>
t f for the defence of State rights were
have to be in-
rednced/when we '
I : patiently exhausted, and may become sensible throughout the Southern States for its generous Governor has heretofore'proved himself to are we' posed betw enthi.lawnd' : ,the crimlotC *i j
strnCtidin our rightslby enemies who
". .: that a single further step of invasion will like author. be. we doubt very muclrif..he. will soon.-'par. the very the'Spring-Term the Circuit, Court if tti.

"i t'' tue last feather on toe camars' back b eak aown Mr. Dallas has the candor acknowledge don" his -"mutual, friends'?, for their want of lore openly plotting the .d stru ti9n of our institutions coantyi1850! a, citizen of. the.county :waib> '
the confederacy. At all events, the responsibility ? And twitted for, our pusiianimity
1 of pertinaciously perverting,after reiterated that the Compromise has proved a failure, and reverence for "the highest functionary-in: the which conceded tons dieted .for assaulfer and .battery and, forfijimprisonxnent ;
in'surrendering a right was
, warning, the functions of the Union, will, the courage (o recommend amendment ofthe State f* We would advise "mutual friend, tj| the, offences'originating'. i raft

t even more strongly than now, rest with those Constitution, the United'States, as the beet who has so. provoked 'the. )te..or oar amiable. even by themselves attempt. on" ,bTs,',part to :take 'possessionJoFT4

- t who dare gravely claim to domineer the condi- "But our. view of the practical question strips house standing a lot ground clainielh '
mode ot compromising, and settling the grave chief magistrate, "to lay low and keep dark, upon
tion and consciences of others. Instead of forbearing the abstraction of much of its shadowy magnitude '
,-' remonstrance, of reasoning of appeals questions which now agitate our country. It for if his Excellency can once lay his' finger and importance. Suppose .a State,.to,bb'earnestly himself and the late Senator in the egUatvtifrom

I to the bulwark of the fundamental compact is well for Mr. Dallas that he resides'in a sec upon. him he will .be sure 'f o revive that good convinced that the Union baa become 'a curse to 1 this county. It did not appear frcta fti-

' I the quick instinct self-preservation will tion ofthe Union whore there is some libertyof old law of scandaluw magnatum, and perhaps. be her the, and coarse thereupon'of the to Federal secede'Government from ft- what? Shall shall evidence. thai. there,was, any premeditated- .. .'&>'

,. j't alone be left. Even at that crisis. when disunion speech left,'and where a man may give utter send him to the "To er!" we call out the Militia,'reinforce bur regular Amy, tent on the part of the Accused,to commtt'act
\ partial temporary, shall seem the alternative to his honest convictions without east cannon, and ,pour- down 'upon the seceding of outrage or violence but
on which to shun consolidation, I shall being SAGACIOUS. State avalanche of bloodshed.,devastation and on tbeconfctrj.I

not cease to hope that faction may yet be stunned denounced as a traitor and disunionist. A year The Ocala I death? Shall we retain a cictcr.State. the Union that what Viste legally held"to;be a' yi6latfojtf e

)4 into sobriety,and that the confronting presence ago, Col. Wigfall, of Texas, had;'the.hardihood. Conservator has very ingeniously by fire and sword, and compel her to send Members law, might.)Have" been the result. r xaischu i .
liberty and usurpation mal in this discovered why OaT. Brown has, so grossly to Congress and seem to be our associate and equal
.' western world of ours terrify the latter into to publish a plan of amendment,. which, if it abused the pard when sho is in.fact our vassal ,We think not. "If I or inadvertence.! During 'the progress of Ui
as, charged.
. retreat. could have been accomplished, should have rejoiced power, upon a State, by a decided, 'nriquestionable"majprity of i trial, the defendant fled, finding strong prrjf
him by the Jacksonville Jfcpui&vn and corrob- her people should resolve to quit-the Union we ;
I the bean of and it dices and influences
I do not think that I misjudge my countrymen every patriot' yet was orated by the NeJts; "We venture 'the asser should prefer tolether go rather than retain her by exitvg'agaInsthbn'stcarng ,

in saying that the party in the wrong must received 'With shouts pf derision,throughout. the tioD.," savs bur darinff cotcmnorarr.. ..""that', his, military force.? imprisonment. : e county- jail darfaf-
., ultimatelY jriciu, uui> 1t 18 well to remember South,by those wLo have dubbed themselves, -- the summer aranlhs. The jury rendered tier: 0

I that in order to retain the position of right) extreme par excellence, the Union men, and who have Excellency eQn"l'D'u 1J 'petiti,setting: forth Mr: Fillmore's proclamation, designating the invaders verdict of gdiltyj i and affixed hspunisnaicnt4three

i forbearance is necessary, and that perhaps the wrongs ofthe courts'decisions or the peculiar of Cuba as'r tts.wu a gross perversion t I'
gross oppression may for a season be most taken upon themselves the preservation of the hardship of the criminal's case!" This is of language, ami an..act, of injustice, towards the. V moVtbft imprisonment in :the one-eu,

honorably borne. In contests of speculative' Constitution ta apparently .f r'no other Americans engaged in the entherprise wholly inezcusable and the.other.Was.continued until, the'ezsnicj
a most excellent defence
his 3r
of Excellency,and -{Florida News.
politics salutary something can always beant'ctpated object under,heaven,but for them, to display ,Tetm.rInJbe month August, the. eetetttrn'ed.'t
from the soothing and truth disclosing if his Exce11ncycanproduceIhat: :'petitipn, no The above, statement is repeated .mor&thalionceby

. t influence of time. To fling 'the'gnantlet their skill and adroitness in distorting itjnto more need be said. The Ocala "friend" beats "the. .News.. But what .1"1't; is and the State to join his familyani;

while yet the civil controversy is 'undecided, any of'meaning; like'the ) oderii gutta the Mutual friend".all hollow'' Bat if'the' other Editors say Wbl"D.called' upon.,.to: prove was_arrested and lodged in prison, woeit&iremained'until I

,' :: to from and purcha faces Make it what be says. ..The.Prpchmat'idn? no stick November '
mutiny quit a garrison within they can assume any sort Editor ot the Conservator vill take the troubl following, tvaituf'
}? '
which you may.really have mnorefriends than visage their interests or designs may.dictate.I I language.- Yzpress. his sentence. At tbis"Term of the Coortj-ti
I foes is chivalry of the kind to read a communication, in the present D1111i ,
. : .., Napoleon, the restive painted Jnaractable by Cervantes. -, Like Mr.Dallas; we think that should be construed ber of the News, he will find that pet iiD1U had We know, as well as the N.Y.Etpresi' that plead gUilfy to the'second charge,'by the sd.'

and administered strictly 'a and.literally the word "pirattP.ls,contained. in the. Presi vice of his counsel and
owned and inculcated, as to all projects, the very little weight with his Excellency when the. jury fined himiixcents.

wisdom of waiting 'till the pearls ripe," and and when there is a provision which operates he had private or party motives, for disregard, dent's proclamation, but. language of the same The_ Judge, with i .humane. regret,'ieteuced >

not imitate the savage who cut down the tree injuriously, or an alteration or an addition purport) and producing" the ,same .results is the prisoner to an .additional resides,
them. la
; ing such courts'and.
to reach the fruit. Southern men whose faith cases, juries
theret ebouldby experience prove to be desirable contained in it. The, Presidenthad i no right, i of,three months in he in
wavers in the meaning and purpose of the,Constitution I might petition in vain! prison as was : datf?
the State and'necessary would ben more honest by his mere ipse.J to he
,as equality and nonintervention > t f We confess .curiosity to see the Govern i < was c consequentlymow,'

are naturally made testy and choleric and 'patriotic, rso to propose directly an or's explanation of the two cases stated .citizen and proclaimnthemoutof, the pale ed. petition! for his relief was prepared 6 tl! I.h .

l t by their own misgivings tqt the province amendment,. to meet the necessities of the "from of'"the":;protection of this Gov ernment. J Theywefer his counsel ,
detailing he
the record" length unforts
vf ooo0clous
_ju.t1o.and ficrfcct conviction i by "Spectator. He has called for
times than to accomplish our desires by forced innocent'of all offence until 'they'were
be patient and abide inevitable triumph of "specifications," and, has got them and to nate condition of the prisoner, and entreating

tzuth. Nor ought it to be forgotten that however ''constructions. ,which is the, fashion. our days, borrow the the ; I proved guilty, and they"could not, be proved i his Excellency to intervene in behalf pf tit'!
language Jacksonville
convenient and admissible in ordinary par and'particuiariywith, 'the party before men Republican guilty until they had a fair trial 'un.d r, the family of,this man who were'
lance the language is, there are underline Constitution ; : "If he is 'right, it becomes him to .respond truthfully represented
tioned. The Constitution was treaty stipulations with Bat the President '
; : .acknowledged Spain. b '
to lick and
such i'cc inainost iui
no separate realities outh- to this invitation,and We think his omission nnhspp
' I that by its framers to be but an experiment and condoming them in advance and declaring destitute
ern rights an outrage upon reserved to do so will be equivalent to acknowledgment condition. This petition was aIl ei h

sovereignty on any subject is just.as much an was never pretended,to ,be Hbe} perfection of that he justly Charged"an We think them,outlaws, violated hi i* ,solemn 'duty by thewbolbar. ; :'anJ by'almost every iesp J.

yours infringement in_Texas of, and iny right that Pennsylvania a lajre proportion of of human reason,'" but on ,the contrary, it had so too. and furnished: a ready argument, to those table citizen of this place, each confident Wit

the people 'on this side or 'Mason ana- lUxon's been' in operation but a very few years, beforeit who were so.ready to avail themselves of it for would be only nfcess.irv fri nnMl feaieii. -

line have been taught by experience and reflection was" found necessary to alter it in several ROWDYISM. the perpetration of. the'bloody tragedy,which cifal ExecutiTe.lo have the',prisoner-releasel

to know that their dangers in peace or particulars ando to make several amendments. The Ancient City h s an article, condemning in followed The Express ,iswelcometoauy) advantage as in his case Ms punishment had been inert'(

in war have their sources in the North. A T Amendments of our State Constitutions have terms of reprobation, an outrage recently per- that may accrue to the President'scause 1
citizen who truly estimatesand loves than commensurate with, ,the offence. ,Ti>
become almost day petrated in St. Augustine.. To this there '
matters and indeedwe be from the
every can quibble the. word
'Who is capable of comprehending that the domestic on CCpirate- prisoners counsel ,addressed a long lettci U.
no objection. It is the of
duty the i
( tranquility and enduring freedom of believe the changes in the condition of our press to de. We,quote the. language of the proclamation his '
: nounce all violators of Excellency, reciting the facts of tb* tut
i the American people, it is a political necessity, country and in the opinions of our,peeple, have law, acd hold them up bear us'out in all we have said in condemnation and ,

: ; feels as sensitively,a blow inflicted, upon'ne rendered it necessary to change the Constitution to. the scorn and contempt of the community. This of'Mr. Fillmore's course:- imploring1. to .interpose. His letter

J I great interest or region as upon another,'upon of is one great means of pholding the law, and bringing was finally Answered by one bearing date Ite.
; nearly State in the Union since
the fisheries, navigation every the lawless to 'tXow therefore 1 have jssuthb 23d in which ,
pf theMississippi, punishment. But in discharging my proclamation his. Excellency writes:, rljW ,
t < the liberty of the seas,the freedom of the the adoption of the Federal Constitution. A this imperative duty, warning alt[ persons'.rrho than '
press, our c contemporary ought to be ) ; connect. disposed to consider it a case entitled t.Xttutive -
or the local. sovereignty.over soil and.slavery. few"weeks ago, the Whigs pf Louisiana adopted just, and,neither cast reproach on other :themselves! rcith aits such' enterprise'or-'expe l '
t. The right to fish is no more' 'Northern I comm ni. ditzoniii clemency, and will cause autborttZf'bfs )
than as a part of their platform,the following resolution ties, or arrogate too much credit to his iiationaloblicationstbat : -: "jj"--
ff own. He ;
i Iiscb'u'-geto9e
Southern; the right which;was in'.momentary: inflation ,: wrtl/iherebr;/ subjec&thrnseirts issued 'in a sho t time.-

.t jeopardy Ghent, of exclusive use'of.the .waters.of their State Constitution: &yB- I. to the heavy penalties "cknotuzCed9gasn4tsuc1 That time never arrived to"the poo rlpp1icul,1
;:! the Mississippi isnb more ,.Kesolvfdt That the Constitution of' "It should, in fairness to our community have aid '
,, Western the State has been offences will forfeit their clam to the 'wh'o served;'his term of six &i
.< than Eastern,and the right not.to impressed failed in the great objects for which it was created, said, when publishing in our last number the protection of this Cover or'dny INTER :months 'nthierablt :

by British naval. audacity was.cher h ed alike that it has prevented the'development of the resources the communication Bowie-knife of correspondent 'J.;'touching FERENCE*Iheit'behaJfiNO MATTER TO dciLcafledajiiland why, his Zxeeflei.,

in the fields of, Kentucky arid the' ofthe Stated-cheeked its agricultural and outrage tQ, which he refers, that .WHAT EXTREmTIES cy explain but the tiispVtt
on Atlantic commercial advancement and tho principal, if not only offensive actors in ,that they inay be reduced may .,citizens of .
coast; and so I tell yon that .the rIgh 'ot "each bung as an incubus disreputable affair tn: s. ".ce:1: their iUeyal 'conduct. have
,'t ., State to be accounted around the energies: of the people: and that the and but for were persons from other towns, -. i, -. n satisfactorily learned.ulooklt .
whose .J'
an.equtl of every other whig party owe it themselves and the to unlucky_ coming among us, bar '
country ,
f State,and to secure,if she so pleases, to her in support ,no one for the next Legislature who is not ordinarily tranquil: city would not have been sub. .TU&'.1 ,-PAMPERO.i upon picture-/ and en taisJ'i V .

habitants the enjoyment of as ample.,and unrestricted in favor ofthe passage of a bill. for the immediate jected to a degradation like that in,view." ,At the same..November term-another'h 11.**

i 1 a scope for the exercise of their mind calling of a Convention to so change and remodel "In fairness our community,"it should be said The N.O.Delitlt'Aft'er quoting our, remarks indicted I ., .

" I I and means as can be secured elsewhere is not the organic law as will unfetter. the, energies of the .that:in avery: reput'b1e.'affair; which occurred mad e a,few weeks ago,in relation to the oo,- was forzin assault witlk:intent.t MPjj '
j i sectional people, andenable the State to take her station and the evidence: .
a not 'establishW-tbc tl
a Southern but meqf fact thai
common fewmonths .pf'oseentipri.pf the
union here !
ago, "the DnlyoffeD.lve .' Pampero :mokes the
among her sister States .social: and im- actors' fp
i ;: : or constitutional. physical ;
i was .,right.< Such lam ,sure urovements.If, ., were from "other towns". ,,:also:and- "-.unnorlPli...._ f.n.. following comment.We believe with oureon. accussdwithbntlittle. if any' pioocatiNt
UCBIKU UL all those who --
as master woric- such a soil" which the Editor c led.., bimself. in'f. h&. WflOf4, nn language had been used where would temporary that tbe/lawof
men built on thebAsis of the confederation the any in havens believe 1818.c&nnot reach '. --- -""-- .--i,;

I : l 'United States; such I believe have been, the the So'uth' In'relation to the Federal Constitu- 'uncongenial to so poisonous growth!Those that thts case, 'and .we h'ave full 'confidence,in the Coming of one:.who was entirely i .ignorant

:, '; sense.of those.who after the m widely popu tion, the consolidation blood-hounds. would live in glass houses should never. throw stones' learned Court b ro'' wbTch it is to be tried:' peril, aDd sought t tuiini :u'.him,bl ineffeV;
lutorms -
' i and niereiuponits consultation accepted'and the'stracture such have instantly opened upon them, and'in fell ,ARRIVAL OF' o .,-LORING. 'purcotemparary; conceeda'tom ll. 'There, tnaJTy aeaToringy;: 'shoot ;'Mm with a rifWAn -: Iib

I t be, for the' truth is mighty occupancy and will, prevail must,the cry,'with such terms ta agitators, vltraistsdisvmonists. Cot Wm. Wi Loring,of the Mounted Rifles,passed can is no'be provision confiscated in the,-her'only act: of.1818 liability; under is for which'she. indignant! urj* visited,upon biin,the.aetrfestpeaalty
I a' 'known
i f' ultimate judgement even of those who,with the Why is this so? Why not propose, up the river on the steamer;Win.- 1 Gaston last alty of$500;for departing from this port without pen a tO.theIaw, .fer this offeae',
bigotted frenzy of cr derswould attain what honestly clearance.' .Such is the construction and consigned him to '
and.openly, IUsh.amendments of that Wednesday,on his waYt St. Augustine.' :His placed upon tie a ju&timprisftomestrfsir
, their delirium, deceives 'ap. law by the!mOt eminent
I. the frill of God.' '" them\f by depectioBT, .as instrument as.time and experience hare proved pearance is remarkably! robust, and his health im- lawyers,this wty who'-bare wo may examined say: by all the months? !This man'/l1f:1 as 'toterii"I1.:

I I J to.be necessary and proper?. ;-It mat be 'wise proved by.tie .exposures'' 'a prolonged'campaign ,The language pfthe act is any/ ell >'built tke act1 for ,known' for.hIs"malice!an f J is:cant1nalne5! f
And Smperftctly.met now;- my dear sir, having fear, tediously policy in an. .absolute, .monarchwho. .consults his In.Oregon. He is on a visit tb his numerons'friends warlike owner or'purposes owners,'to'intended'cruise tojbg' employeby the cesofthea.ca1i1.e citzzensof. .t thi 01uilJI '

.i questions/let me *d vert toy comprehensive our intimation that :own interests uloneto'bppbse,:everychange; in andrelativesn'Florida| : and left" ",his' >eg1mentYat. upon the'subjects,' citizens,,ot or.property commit of hostilities: the other was'for.hiS'quiet. andJnofff: n lhaJ
t p :I yon desire (o: publish my;answer. It.is"un- his government,' but:surely: it cannot 1.be the JefftrsonBarracksi" "o.. .' ..., ?.* I 'Princetpr, State, ete .with wh mthetfnlted any -' P rtmentfllU inti p;t '$ X 7Z

, pleasant to thought sly ofaiowliigone'asen. part of wisdom_in ''a 'free and : Tbe"PlorIda. ''Wb1g't' : are at.peaee.'lrhllpampeFO'wuD' t built to the '
.tinjfnts,,but it ;is perhaps enlightened, r ''- R.T'vedi" V for warlike purposes-Aft had w ry known and avowed wishTof \ J
i i I be more unpleasant to pie to'adopt; fundamental, laws' Which* like ". After a temporary suspenn'bnof/anibiation.'the w far from being inte-uded to arm mentt and; respectable ,
obtruding;as if Importantjfopinitns which > ; cruise,or,commil ho j citizens of this portion of tkacoUNty

J f may be'esteemed worthless,and which arelia- those of the"Medes'and Persians areTto remain' MansnnaWhsgbas< reyjved. again,,and'seems. to' to tilities her,speed*!was, *!?*: with particular reference; ,.h5.Ero lleney tnrned loose'' t' "
"T apon (coa-
I be ao.u avoid
! ble to be at once..tlgmUbed'lai' symptoms of forever unalterable.,, :It.It hot a temptation to i4e awake. "quote!the,(oDQwing oun- vessels, whjcb.excludes alLideaof uy.coict with other: rnun1t ti : : 1nbaIf;
t ; ; he'iadived
of warlike : eJ'
the prevalent: epidemic J an apparition which lately : purpose -<
' icandidateahip.! dishonesty the appeared in Mirianna or an intention to
historyof; trar own,country : croisQ hostUely.. .Wa think wberewonld
have scrupulously' abstained 7heeIn&atii made, Jt Jeeu.t
I ; since.quitting the I their appearance lntm isyery'cJar.: thatthe/ictof'1818 i1es 't:permanent rr
ICG cnlllQenc.f l"'16-1V from iboklng conlustvcly.. :.:'proves.. ,! 'TheFederal. : Constituuoms.rtgaraea Tuesday.last; and filr the time.Veing.'created on tains na warrant for the t. .cou.! .dentefSgterj. ,Andfs'
4 u13L4 '
j CTnitamAnt... Tknn,., .. ...,_ _. auite_ of, thi :1'AIQ-' grow vWi'V
cat n t Ici, aqd this'-u i as almost unalterable and K .-- ... -I, v .
variety cf motives thee --- -1' ,V4 tIOflOflaW5flcJWhJ .l
tribe, thelvbelligerent --J UleDdly : !I indral* '..""MWUII tyr.
someof domestic duty,'some-'distaste ihr the bnseqaeaot is,that all sorts of forced constructfonr upectl ;an4 i terrible &Ceou. t ;
-S implied, competition diflident tremept oHoag knives, tomahawks and battleaxes :: xw M prIi nU1 Df.t t"Tth1rt1'dl; ;fjk f.':'
ome : relaotancc aii given it;f irhereas the State Constitunf'are seemed to breathe e \ ? z N 'l i b e; gf f
_ A to seem, by even a'at.ade to differ from 1i amended at f peace and amity. One fQTth'ftzytbIng fkit'we bin a;1it'of V favonte' periodical for' Oclpbor! Wcon to'harid 1 i4"l ione,:the.citlwna ofltiii,eftt !r J 'I
: pleasure almost Doticecrin '
and ,
abler j
ADd better .
men, nd and some.from ase- are, with thelrTlsit connection andisre Ute art'tqUaDr..Joss" '
thttsIthocghb > wUhJU.ttW. interqt to ndentaai if J#
,.Ie notnesns : Jrl
dative: saipicbnthat l1lrenaUl.ltrielcon4 de. : Leoaard:
matters wopld in all likeli VOtlink Jibnsulia,1rou1cl votJonali they r were'ltidenU '' >
Scott f ?
$ seeking Ule; spirit AiCOot.79 Fiiltpn His --> '
hood i l1'oi't land, NPublisber l
th-eirdi.t1natJonqulte as well follow the same .rule, 4f applied ; u J'! t-"- ,.rll.1, II. : : .trH I Excsllencjiaifeot.phly oBgfil f&??

I deliberately without u with, me., _Unless,.therefore- you i in both cases.:_ ';4 \ PJ! ': 'Nri' J WK We'h&; re:'i cltii j '-4 p oVS' ,p a1 10' D',.'Br 4rM 1 v 5 rjiei body ii|Wmjelf: aivth i *atirlbnlesoi I Kxfooliv :
conclude th.attbe <
: ;. : ideas iq Ibis 'r English c power'and Judicial',
'letter such Jjt[ mnsybeobjectedjthstlfthe number. the. Grorgia' ,1' .r paperaieiwdty,the;. m sarreiUaact/bot**l
,art as I reference to \ open ;the at&ugusts and cdited r71"'U.puwisaeai_'4 I 9 J V ,t tJl, r.8tt t, i4 :J fmseir'thecenW .tfalSw -.
a theirbeariog noyeif.> substantially -, dppr:forrara.eadments! of the Federal ,: > > ( ., ./.M.wi 'longing jtq t carveandider i Be, i who. monim
usefaJtOtbeountryrt? 'C per annum elt b ; ..e ,e"i al a m
T 1/emocraUc nitltutlonj thVKortbV.h'atiigj a preppnderance"of a handsome!sheet; and,well got1 ftI4nearl.y44itqydby< & 91.ej! CO.rUir' q: .: l "IW.9r. hnolaltlou
party, I hope jpu will, abatflB/rom any'sort pf powcrJ:: aiterit : upj'. Wewishtheneweaterpriieat -m ended. ib Y'oor'1AUao w1.fcli 10 l nveetptsni1 P 4k,1atjout1afell9V.tMei4 '
promulgatfoa. Owing.yoa would \to suit that|ection -;: I. fJ" -- p ,_e- 4_' '' *"1., .,,L..P 1' t1bail r. J
; j "E''I'" t
; !; tara.-frrthej; ; : Not h ..X1)' .J t'4i ... i.d..H. I & 1d.tt elrt ( eA4IS
:visit which .) aor-a.ae-'et tom fIt tf : of.' Ai Vt'iP'
ou' strong enough
were4kiudenouhiopeyme; : r .. .. u tumedshowedi ," r4. I .k w" firo'.
in MaylastJball n cI r t 4&utinber tu'1idlini, s.h..t w t
j feperfecIlzIfi,4Ij prefInfInurioi"smendmt r b.Thgcn.l l qw.U fOJif ', aaUgh' O ofth"BioOkl'jy C1tt" o'' ...
: wb&&Ijiae t .pta l"( 1911 !1ol ,' graft- d 1i4Wafd ll1tofthernf JffoJ : 1o!;JII didtao'damare 5tlst been exp lIed: fbr gettIngnft 1SatigeIt, 1tIofffnteuceIb5flltth&t f nJi dl .I1.rir' l1 if.tfal .it
d : ,*-.JI j 1tv J .3 : thin i"1 !h", .
P.a 1011 OJr' f.IfJ11.'JlcJl-1iif9tIQJ-i who hojiW BfwrAlQ.dpiUf,'Justice, and 1 *baYSthatben1t1msIboomeisrms_ :'at.i r usa & oI'ted.lit Ii&1_' M9J I iI. .i ,..AW' ;
; otItaonUi.11 r i'ol atd:.JWfJ.t1 afte hIm, but ihe'Sodety f.i S11 r" Wt Wtatt 1 06Ytfca4kA wjwmflrt
4j laratioifJmaae:
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"" ._p. : 1 I..1i1 Ei 1l i In the thirteenth diM1'i t.5VaYe 7l B.McMul.en fL Prjit f tii IT"a.1\T. .., VU' )

.1 bO V DemocraJ recd; iaDariet,B jckk.ayJi4ssizz. Us1ii
t.cJl.;i i V
;. "Y.i? ssrSITi I No returni.heftrtitthdWr1ct. i
J 'B1'ii seek
tj'f : lUJS V t. aaJfiro ..: : the eftetnlfc/dtstrlct, George1 W.Thomp i.tr.-; I- :. t) :. ,'iTO I 'lh adPiulata.thic '' "t't. C'''.!, & 1 1Jj I
}Lr r nm' p
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O. \.p.l" t.cr. 1
fJJ t'rfhwi for J. Ihe protection of" ttie peacaaiVnqdestionwf .son.Democrat, !*elected.A" i" <: 4.1 grs j CJ p$ !y = I I'OR-TJm.CUU- !
: The new:constitution of'VirrfnU Adopted .s.5 Fl .c-.J'i ,
'righ'f 'j it'ltipU.t1I r 5 w .
tot -
iAi 'b11mqenhelmmg majority; '. *. i BATES OF FARE : hria''D
: 1 BEDUjgX l t '
i rM -
ef1 erlii1i t:y_ .n (1'n. *"* 1.1")1"! ,
niaTHnew and Jfrkichhaerf
soamjo?fat kePeW.ed4SAIpII&&. It
Jt, .r.cti I OC rec l1tte ezMbttedbjthe! A J uTtjt.JJux SHORT,:Piwon Bji! .,> WasYpiOUJaiiu&athelonggrAcea fUMi -
'. 1 tn wfckb : _ it-\M..MId vf InHAS I
t" ;
'f. MeFiti.Tr. maiterpwBI. 1
* 7--1..01..15.J t ..: ,, SPECTA1'Qll," ': 1 I usually followed the.meala,.he and,the-wholb BY mGNQgIK1 akorev aad*>*tumo Jean ertty THURSDAY as. ?. NOT FAILED TO ctmB flcA. ..- t
J'' i family et1UD wiZJ Ih.e Palatb f T' E.otE'INSTAIcCE:1cjst1i 7
Qct. 28, 1S1. reverently knelt except the. parson's eTery Saturday1l- j
"t.rine., .- t brother? ,-who'being o'er much :18>H un r y at *eTi J$3OMWqjIte..v. mtJy'
rafr : fat usually stood It. : 80azr4 repan.U bM..ticljR
: ,. ....
with his back :.: ..::.. '. t. _.Jc .: 'r 'I\i'ira
.M r"i''i j-: :, tot table. and overlooking the i ,1' .It ; -- : p D a1ci1 rtiP J
ia.iJ rfre
lit < .., _, ,. ,."..- () garden. ,9Det Bay, it was .snmmer". ,time, the iMpANiDIIrbif4TIc 4 aght state or passage having splendid aecom.xdodatiot the'Wilds 6f Florida? *lf i. r iLYiioiiwwjtiTTegetable ;
-1 '.l, : '' Denocraer. NEWS !_ ; rooms.'ct apj)1y.on board ort .
parson was nhusnally fivorcd I 4 and .
t 5 r appearing FARlZBI81lRE:. 'O. designed XSKCUIXT for tfc*;!, .
Yrom 'of tbejeadrvfffloeratte to notice the A rni'i'j; Ftlll- cure of the above
'be rol1 ow.-ng extracts wo : fidgety movements of his brother buteni' Agents at'J'acbonriU& diseases ThtlnvenUraad./* .

It papers of tJeorgtaforeshadowJ'WJJJv who kept twisting about until finding.no end.. 1 r "t ': .. 1 ML CORENAetj. Proprietor is fuU>,conTJaced.that it Js an ,
coarse' the\ to.the thanks he broke in with"Cut The following importantannouncement :s 1 D: Pr.1htpayabl. valuable-Meditin In
: the
,.,the probable o.uthrrD. "lhippert i .)1 : fact,< test that ho: ::
; : if btt Statewill pursue lathe it shxirt, Parsons-cut short; the cows formally and serioaahrrpttt'* fortb.in." '- the N.Y. t q4 4s:91i.s: ..:'.'Ur'{ I ti has.given it in the town in which he)resides. ** 'I :
JfPtIF'f IbGlcbog p ldental.etectJou !i That-the are in:thrgardenv play ing"=I wltlTihe.cab flerald,. otFridaf "; _K '-:'-- > '" li]' : and astnishixg : wto/with'which has) ** .

<. ap SoersUe presses in ,theState, will take bilgesct :: f _' 4 Mr. James G.Bennett; proprietor\1tth New J. ,S J PznJabbonv111ei :ir met, warrants him ylng that it is'a pLoe '! .

c." 'aihMiew of'the matter, we hare Ifttlf : The .intel'J'1Jptiont.tbo\rgh..irrn.eren was, York Herald, has returned In" the Hermann :,: TITO'CURE. He has therefore *nuatT !\ "

?_M We are elaitosee. .this subjectthusSr weTPlImed- ; andithe cows, Were. .. .'iriVenont.u. .. ., .having left his family Europe 'for the'winter. }-, For< Ennitionum.. determination to.place* it''within the reacfc of <. .
Itr being brought before the CO aryt.alc ; -- : Mrs. Bennett bidnit'r tnrned from aitexcnmon1 c lJfii; t ;,m .iS J4R all, knowing how many suffer with this Tex?...J
( IS too 7 democratrc organs in the EmpireJJti 't9a mJJtts1; : as.tir as:.Petersburg and MoscowJwhere &t SPALDINO;>hariujj i been t newly unpleasant< fZendaagerousbiseae,par.ir

If&tbl Son10-; Heretofore the magnitude f ,; ; t- ., she has collected materials for a descrip :, fitted,upy-will resume her regular ticularly in the ScuUiem.-na.Wnter State*
1'g of more absorbing interest has Per steamer Magnolia from Savannah,Oct.31<-. tion'of;Rnssian. manners and customs and'gen tripe for the atova places on Monday 26th mit, In purchasing my INDlAJT'tOXECTJST be 'j

::fed to obscure to agreat extent the less im Mrs E L Smith Mfs Newsom, Miss F Keed, Miss erally of tb* Ntfrth'of Europe. She ''Was inParispreparingta touching at all the intermediate landings and. will particular and look for my1.written' signafureV _

JLfcnt xaoUer of the.next,Presidency ButSpoUtial Drysdale, Miw Long-Mi; GibbiLMi Smith, Col mAke journey into.Spainj: continue ing at 9 o'clock.'conti ponctoally to leave ct1n ertry with'Monday tW U. S.morn Mail onthelabeL r =* p. :: .

, : atmosphere is, for the.present at ffansoi G.J'o ,IHD Clinch,B L Smith'M' a- and to spend the winter in that country-partly steamers to and from Savannah. For freight togagemenU I refer the public below toa few certiBcatar. '

{. fci Georgia has twice determined' lor'B to see that romantic land and,in some measure Ward selected from among" many.receive4/ boa respectable } .
. j-jtrttf FMatthe"s-NB: Convin, Mr,jBarher,:A Blerkin r'PI, ell or toi : .
.. rtTc)lambu Tines 8id. to fight the battle of! [ /B.Bunch and servant,'J.A Crosier, R Me-? to aid and assist any project that might induce FERNANDEZ, .BI6BKB'A CO,'AgcnU. 1 citizens Jacksonville. .', ,y
p the Union-Alabama has expresed a', Queen blbEtlla or the Spanish Govern' Jacksonville, Aug. 23,185L 6m t. ., ZL EGBERTpO8

!$ timUar raitD determination,and,. and ,Mississippi 1 erg,Whitman Newsom King, 'Galloway, Lincoln ment, to grandteprietVfnthe pooc&nericanyouths '.' ; :'., P. S. Planters should not,be, w1LboutthI'

re-iif; m echoed the decision of Georgia and Ala- Oliver,Anderson,Taaks, and 10 deck. who had been duped ,by Lopez audhis... ':ENTER, toE: HOUSE, valuable Medicine. .Every' family.ought'.' to-;
this settled it is wadjntors in New Orleans to'make the recent keepitonhand.p
Unler aspect things I Ii :
N Lake
uoi. MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.The Monroe East Florida.TBTt&abscriber
soreasoaable to expect that the Presides J :insane attempt upon the island of Cuba' <.<- -.Jc l. :' U. ; : A,M.BEED. principal Ag ent1 for"'Jacksoas. *
jot .
i Northern Mail arrives between the hours of > 9 'd .'h. oJ' a. 'fr' :11"- : .''
: : Jcwstion-rendered, perhaps, doubly important t
from the tarn events. have taken in the 10 A.M., ed'.4 P. M'on Sundays and Wednesdays <"Kouuih.It 'sa!: : publiC in general respectfully that this house informs will the be" ;. Jacksonville, Angnst 16, 1831. ly I J -! .

lit will receive hereafUr and win be closed hereafter on Monday d -, .
mentioned- more of 'C = = -- 'I
for the -
5ates appears,says the New York Herald;that opened reception company by th'elOthday -
4u lit usual share attention. Without.the Thursday night at 9 o'clock. up to this time nqofificialjntelligence\ has been October,and intehds to give the business his 7-v" ".:1Iotice.'r, ;'.!, 1", '3 .
opport of the Southern wing of the Demol"aCY11110millte The Southern and Western;Mails are due on received by.the goTermnent jitWashingtonfTespecting strict personal attention.': His table wfllbef furnished -! Dire 1iifoi''flain :nEVIld1An Loxe ;:

- ,the Baltimore Contention,.who- Tuesday and 1 o'clock. the with the best the country affords and notrouble cast will be found on &he-imt4eottho1rJ'appet
Friday mornings by mbarkatIoziafossnth in the ,
be cannot .elected. ,This is or expensewlil be spared to make an comfortable each bottle : '
on : Where -
a there ;
U 'is
tl era way The Southern Mail: (by Steamboat) will fee closed steamer \tissisi ppi. This is not at all strange. who may call on him., : _
to both sections *.
ii known, wesnppose, of the hereafter at 11 clock, A.M., and the Westernby At first it was supposed ,the 'great':apostle oi The mild and genial.climate of South ,Floridapresent. ing the disease l 'purgative; h.6t1Jd"ln "wrr ; : -
!.i (tttij-and being known it becomes the \' European:! liberty would come 'to the United many advantages to' theinvalids in can be used tfareth: 'Loe nt. Should ) : I
( Stage) at 3 o'clock P. M. pursuit '
Sundays and
I s.to "define its position ; to point oat dis- on States direct. :But Governor Kossutb, no of health,,and no .part of Florida'presents amore 'there be a tendency to Inflamation,:purge moderately .'.

... aetly aod without hesitation "what manner Wednesday*. : doubt was detained. undoubtedly; has committed pleasant and agreeable retreat than the borders ; and gite:the Loxecust: smaller dose*' : .

.)I man7 he must be to receive its support.- a7-.The Poet Office will be open on Sunday on- a great* rrerTh" avoiding England; of Lake Monroe.' :Persons fond of fishing and 'ththeayeraedose.- < ., ;
detenai cation of Georgia will hare a ; hunting,wfll have every opportunity.enjoying -' 1- .4._ ,
fcttbe 1.1.one HOUR after the arrival and assorting of the where! although he meet a royal reception! I
J influence with the other States, weasomeu may themselves, as the woods abound'withgme, and .- / JAfcxtoirTiLLx'Mfly Btb '
sjtroling I 1851.
Northern Mail. Dot
ie ja really lcotne. He will be feted and ,
the streams with fish. .. .: ._ .
too much ,. This is to it "
< not saying Fromherpo- : : certify is with much
October 1st, 1851.. feasted there; but the atmosphere" of English I!, :.... ARTHUR. Gem, Proprietor. pleasure.that
aLl the claims she has to be heard, weare I I announce to the Public that I have
aw, stink in .10ltt. been
ft. royalty his nostrils if he is the 0. L'S' 6m, ,,
DO,doubt that her voice will be respected, man:we take him to be.: He s1Ictdd have come effectually;cured'of,the distressing complaint- _.

niter final determination emulated by those ltiIrfnt Journal. direct to New York. The United States is his HOARDING.THE ., called Dysexfery, by,tie, highly, nco'ma iided'i

! nose interests are identical with her own. -- placeof exile. I remedy c.fMr.EJ'oinsht&: i had resorted to .

From the Georgian Oct. 16. PORT.Of JACKSONVILLE, NO: 1. ': : SUBSCRIBER is prepared to'ae many things,'but'of no aval); 'I was induced t*
Itt .IiE&.commodate a number of Boarders, at hisrecently his palatable'and
.try pleasant Medfcine
As regards the Democracy of the North our frrom'Texas J very :
., erected residence In the Northwest part Ot and to "satisfaction '
.4f.1 K which Southern Democrats hare ever professed I highly favorable to health and comfort from its elevation. a % I Dot been
at Jacksonville Sunday fr Savannah we learn that General Harney with two
: every ,
troubled since with
I Ic dreaded disi
( niintain. We should hold ourselves in .. The HOUSE Is Jost completed.the sleep. '
and leaves Tuesday morning companies of mounted Infantry has left San_ -
every lug and ther apartments being and ease. .. .:, ,;
1" spacious weQ
nlmess to unite with them in of the -
Antonio for the Indian theSan'5aba
U.S. Mail Steamer Wm.Gaston arrives every treaty ground on ,finished. ; all plastered, Ac.On ._- -,; : lamcome happy ( jo't1 immediate cares hart.
Ul fcr the presidency wbth.s .;
' l1te.otthe party -
1. Wednesday, from Savannah, and lelTeS'cnry. bejieve.'where' large numbers of the premises is a good and spacious Bathing under my own observation within a'few
. ? Northern or a Southern man, provided hescaewort'y Friday morning. thesavages art said to bf congregating.Gen. lion ewbere; those wishing advantages; ., may. days. I cheerfully my mite to the already"greal .
:t 11 the support of Southern men : ;Smith left San'Antonio a few days since :enjoy them with every convenience.v amount; testimony with
; jililivekolders. There arc, we believe not Steamer Magnolia arrives from Savannah on for: ,the Clear Fork of'the razos. It is stated I The form tore'of the House is also entirely new, Valuable Medicine. :1 youf-

1HI nljiach men in the South, but a few such in friday and leaves Saturday evening., that he' will establish a, chain of, posts, .above, being just received from New York. f sznrespectully&e.-M.HEARN.Jr.: -' !': _

,, lelorth. Should such a one be nominated, Steamer Wclaka arrives OD' Saturday, from I which the Indians will be required to zemAl .'t I' Arrangements have been made to supply the taWewithainpleand .* ",,: \:
ToE.PoinsettyEsq. :
. rmocntic principles, no less than regard for Savannah, and leaves Sunday evening. The Antonio Ledger states that the house of3eorge excellent.fare, and good servants -

i: lestfrtv of the South, will probably require Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Lake .. "Rbynes. near the< Cibolo Springs was of guests.have been* employed,, ., tot attend to the comfort, 'AcasolIitt;1i 1; August 15th, 1831, .
/ *
I' '
,II itosnstain him. Should however the pre- Munroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday broken open and robbed 'on the 30th ut,., and 1 shall spare no pains to j render mr House in all Dear Sir: This will inform yO u that one-

erfeJ Democracy of the North bring out a hat German was..brutally-' murdered on the re pleasant to those who make it their homo bottle-of-your"Medicine, called ISDLUI Loxx

I UIate for this office,one who is in trutt nohnocnt I Calaveras? .near Canto'srranchb._t, few 'dayssince. and respectf ally invite a call from citizens who wish. this, has permanently,iured ',two. of my negroes _
) but a Free- oiier. our democracy Tab from the Records of tht Custdn Bouie. I ,"' permanent board, or strangers who may sojourn in ott: a\evere attack of Dp ntery.. I con "

Xl Qe with oar devotion to the South should Entered. i Wild Cat and his colony(Indians.ant.- negroes a our hospitable- clime during-.the winter months; sider it an excellent MedICIne for this 'complaint

f* bid us to sustain him. We must then unite Oct 21.-Brie Mary Aim, Means, N Y. I on'the' western.'side of the Rio Grande 4 W..D.'WARD.. and take great pleasure In reodmmendx '
'29.-Brlirig Mountaineer, Hall, N Y.. Jacksonville, Oct 11,,1851. ,itACARO. it to the .
rik Democratic friends in the other South : are said to hive joined the Mexican troops lately I I ,ing public Respectfully yours, _

,. ?States, In behalf some true Democrat Cleared. stationed .opposite EaglePasa'aud proceed ., '-. oJ. -. .. DwJ if.BM.AKDtt. .

.f.' ale nacompromisin advocate of the Jefferson Oct 29.-Brig Mary Ann Means Boston. ed towards,Camargo,in.order to oppose the re*. : J : ToMi.E.Poinsett.: _r -?
"OS and and him the Oct 30. Sch Bousey,JT Y. San, THE s J..CRIB.J&TiDleaser "
(f. rindples of 99- run as Madagascar olotiohify patty The1 Antonio, Ledger M. : JACxsoTvriit. May lt851., .

. affiliate of the Democracy. --- -' -- states that much anxiety prevails Eagle Pass :: house formerly _kept by Mr. 'D iSir i' I consider it to be a matter 1 f duty ,

'jr There can be little doubt that our federal opoceats r Jacksonville Jttale Institute, in consequence of the the, hostile attitude assumed John Clark, takes this method of informing the eit- to inform you'that I have.been laboring'under .

!t" 'in Georgia, will sustain for the Presi- REV. L SWAKT A. M. PRINCIPAL. by some* *% :Cai's b The arrest' inns of Jacksonville and vicinity, thai he is now Very-violent attack of.Diarrhoia"which, ; s _
., ,either Webster Clay Fillmore Scott. of John and :'another ready to serve refreshments at any hour of the day ., -
Mcy '1- Gopher ,. runaway.negro., rom.7 o'clock the morning until 10 at night; he baffled! skill of.two.Pbciansandrendeic
. IsJ setting 1:1tin the tin visa with iht prestige THE Fourth Quarter of this Institution com- at. EaglePisshave exasperated them. and can'fdrnish Lunch.at the shortest notice,"ra:Cold eel itih Enable-to ddanycw'ork.t$ Bui fortunate .

i. frictory gained in the late coutest, it will be on MpXDAY.NEXT,Nor. 3d, 1851. they threaten. rescue and vengeance.. These ,Batn'BeefTongue..PigiCeet.Tripe,;Shrympg Sar- ly, when ad out to give up'all bbpe'of ever ohr "'

teosj matter to Jefc.it them which ever of Rates of TAttun are's.s previously]advertized. negroes.are now, 'Confined in the American, ', dines, Tub Ac.;he has had Lianors and Wmes seected t.siningrellef I heard,of your INDIAN LOXE-

i, at four ran. Still we shall not dcs'pair.- For particulars apply to the Principal. ,, it camp. "_.._ ,: by good judges Inlfew York,:and paid the CUST, and the use of fire Bottles has entirely .
I II :hey have seduced in their ranks not a few __ Nov. 1. ri, '. 'II highest prices for them, and baa he thinks Wines restored me-&> health. I take much pleasure '
eaocratg who there is to hope -- 'r" -, -' and Liquors of the first quality; also Porter and Ale recommend Medicine all
i rrnson may to your those who
LADY;:who has completed the course Of id- NEWSTORE !i Gentlemen please call and judge for themselvesand T
*be induced to return to the Democratic u-- A tie-limi1a1"ly.mt ted. Tours.&'c .
? } Female Seminary may ""
. trn tion at a distinguished speak elms as they find me.' No pains,wfll be j
T. Others, federalists in heart though in time and has had several years'.experienco in teaching, spared to please all who may favor me with a call. BE5JAMW' DAVID.t..
lr Democrats. in nnme.'ire now in their apwute both at the North and South,.wishes to form anew R. BOULTER & CO.;' I I ;;J '. S.: TYLER., To E.'Poinsett,Esq. /.

.. place, and will doubtless remain engagement. *> AT THE STORE 'FORMERLY OCCUPIEDBY 1 Jacksonville, Oct 11.1851. ,tt JicLssTiLLJ'une'27 dJ
: L.
ere.* In addition English branches,including higher T. 0. HOLMES & co: -- .': : "
ma.thematies..to. she 1riU give instruction. in the -, 'Florida'House, Rent J ar Sir.l am entirely relieved of my com* '
fW tke Caiuttiutionalitt fr.Rrpublir, Oct. 15 Latin and French languages. Satwfactory refer- /T1HE UNDERSIGNEt have.opened, at the ,ilaint, JIanb'to you for your"INDIAN LOX .' 1

*bi the strangle of National: parties, we oouM eneet given ".T-ti > J I old stand'of T. 0. Holmes' _Co, a new., THK above well known HOTEL,situated BCUSTn it ill the, best I hate Overused far th. .
) Ricoboro Georgia.Nov. and W'ell- lected assortment, dJi' in the city of fit. Augustine, being in disease and I f6el in
wccessfulin Georgia, give our support to Address 1\fi .P. TH large, ; nappy recommending U
perfect order,.is for rent for one or moreyean i
. tit and assimila- I, 1851. 3t .'D'RYAND: FANCY. GOODS the Yours -
one to that set of candidates STAPLE ,with or without the furniture. ; public. truly ->

. ''g nearest to our principles. ,If, as is most 'READY-MADE"CLOTHING,-HARDWARE June14, 1851. tf A...H._COLE.InCircidt ;. .' ;: ., r > t GEORGE COULTER. :
II 3 full e, there shouldbe too much of thcleavf Boston k Gnnby, ANDLCUTLERY-' To E.PoinsettrE5q.jACKSdrnLL.

federalism and consolidation in both of AND GENERAL ''DLERYSTATIONERY. ; 'Coart':1EASTERlt'CIRCUIT ". .
FACTORS 30 1851.
COTTON : ; July .
:* at1onil parties to admit of giving i aid BOOTS'AND SHOES,' .
1'r" t1r. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, : oLouDLrJ/ bear Sir: I have tried-your very valuabl '
''d1ler.we votcs'uDOnleu HATS AND CAPS. ,.
conld concent Rite our ,.
liJatt' ornd'iitis Iol:( who COXXEK JUT USD-,EF7ERSOf STREETS, TOGETHER WITS :-J :In,,Chance_ Medicine for Diarrh&ud find it by tar th* -
our own, . .J i he best and safest cure for this dangerous disease >. :
be an exponent t ol our principles. CROCKERY Matilda Ann"Wilford ')'a f '* that I hate ever known,or heard of. ,My .

:CeorjU has more than once refused to rote JOHN BOSTOX. I JOhN H. OTTKBT. PROVISIONS, fcc;. t f J ra {}" ILL io&bivot._'_'_, H_ ittle.jdaoghteri aged about .two had atffeidlbIit"and >'

i-J f.*tte regular nominee of the party of 'the 'Novi,185I. 6m', (0 P\J 'Kl SHO Tr -y (, Daniel W1U'oMH', 1 ft'e' /? .. ., was reduced to almost,years,a skele* ,

< Moat presumed too much on its supposed ; : Every thing 'to a'uitthetntsirk t. Fappeknneio thoeatiUaetlon' COUXa tOt. and 1 triedpart ofa Bottle of your. INDI -
: Go din & Webb .,Daniel Wflfbrd, resides beyond .
. *. aleacy and do In 183G ,:: will be'sold &s reasonable terms'tbey as
mny ;eo again. : Which upon ho limits of the State Florida,so thAt the. Ordi AN.LOXtCUS'l'and.it ias icted like a D.
refused to vote iot1srdiVan Buren, the I CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS I Il can afforded. fpr in thd Southern country. oary process cannot be served upon him: : :: he child is nw% improving may Jbe seen by .. ;

*aee of the then Union'party of 'thVS'ile': lA cisOIVILL FLA. 'IWPULD ostomets! J would do well to call:and examine' else.wberd' fpr:. On motion of W M.I Tee E q,.Solicitor Com : by these who do.not believe. Repeclfully.'
t-1 **K ve her for L.,White., I l themaelYeIf"e ore .making their pnrebases .. '_ __ ''* J "- A.Y.COLVIK. ,
vote Hugh respectfully inform their: .iel oc iij j -40 R. BOULTER d CO'! lainant.f lrj. S v : :

'4.5'tjh 'Skemsv in like manner refuse to rote (orFillnore Jacksonville and the surrounding 1 Jacksonville,Oct: 511851| i.- ti,,it) u Ordered, That hearibg, b4i had on,jth* i ToE.Poins ,Esq. _
1flard ,or Daniel Webster,orany man ,country that they are'prepared execute work facts charged the Complainant I BUI.at.the December J gscj'o:
fIli. i J ,:. ; Term next of the.Circuit Court to be'hold- iillj 3.'i ( I _
tJaeir principles whom the Union Parrtf in all the various branches of their profession with'ncatnea ..J.II f' ;j I J !,., .
t: 1b2 may nominate their candidate for and despatch and are determined through t E. L. HARRISON f& CO., eri'at Alligator, in and for the county of Columbia. ,:1 .J tit-71 !., .I 1.

.*; andTmslaew'iabte.'not to be surpassedby Lt4WiI l Provided That a copy of this brder.be published air iJear'Sir sYiU inform thai. fchltt
Presidency.UttU -r experience : ps Bay,*tr**,1'g ) 1. 9.i'Kt1t. lie law-directs,'forth"spate of three months.TTi .- = you
whig party of the Union will make any establtpm.iD thVcbnntry. I JACKSONVILLE, I '! )THO.DOUGLAS, Judge,.Ae-' of my children wfcre dangerously: ill with theysenterjorDiarrhtt -

**ninationtfor President that the' Southern SAsn,13L1iis'A1D'pooa3tas ; I' : I .Atrtweopy: "JJH! 't' : ) for, about- sit; \\reek\

IIIIi fC ti party could gostain, is not in the ranger well aa the more enlarged branches of building, hflHE Subscribers respectfully inform their friends j .Te-SA SC.U.IOB.OUQB Clerk. '1 I tried almost everything that.I generally used. '

- ible things. That the National!iDemoc7 -' will' meet.tbeir.8hict: sndallor&ri.wIll&UentioQ."enns b6 aa pan accommodating t-. !'A and acquaintances that they hare established 1.12L11. !yr 7_' -.. > tor this disease,bat all ttd no #L ;Mend .
as possible, mercantile business in this place, dfmneiecVtunen&ed'lfltO Medicine'
. themselves in ttyvoiir
( make such nomination is not impos- '
may a "
the ;
_ ; ",*I lt ,Whether the' Whig or the Democratic i :,Is ally respectfully attended to.solicited.A share. public.N0r.lv patronage- .ly ind above are named now 'receivingand a full assortment"opening,' consisting at the of store Dry : -* In the Circuit Court: ""--i:: ca11e4..nmtAN.,LOXECUSt_, iiociireflIdambsppyiy&hat1BOWes --
of it
;;:*fnU will prsrail in 'the Constitutional Hara Wrt, t 'CHANCERYArchibald ; cur
Groceries DUVAL
Artielea, CQN2Y'IN "
'rt on rank and 'carry: that party for the I J. M KO'&iit'laDt. Cap\Bonnet&f: ,**,.with : ed afl1hree6hny'h1ldn-b0plhg>mryal-, ;. '_'
Bootli$hoes.D&tJ Cole 1 -
Ctnnpbunant, ,
'rr. 1\IF or the Democratic nomine,'or..wh'etherlJhuke 'B'ATKA W .very_variety ofgoods usually,kept in Dry.Goods Frauds Richard and John S. 1JJ.1 l ., uable*}.r ditlnl't /.become generallyknown; __-.
. '! nomination of.ita o-,is a mat : Store; whish they offer for sale'.as,cheap as they -- .o that aH Ibil ma .be afflicted with this:'diveas < :\'"
."l .. JACZ5O'51t E.F* market in the Southern'eountr .Defendantst 7J "TT ;eaecrtaIrtsnd ante remedy, ,' .
"fortitoettod. tnnine.F _/ :, :. ,* f ? ) thEIJnTu4 can :be purchased at any? tH. CWrup -'*lWla Tit thai r"tQay < :
TT <
; f i'ntbeCo artl of :: ; 'ri{ Yours t 11l'F; ....
uU'. well practice .? .
.ar pemocfats the orth as. ,
|In Richard one of fIts said Defendants/
Francis '
WILL Court atJaebPa'mtetand' been selected one .
, the Ronh| 'whoza'wi particularflesijtateBachnwtt Circuit 'in the Supreme. Their entire stock having Brides within the'State FWrida-but. the ;, -p "_ '; ;;JA LATThIEL.
.4: among may fa'the United StiteiDistz4ct' of the firm wftb much eWe-aDd attentionand with _. _. Pilot St Johns Bar t
t :
On \
7 lad 'Datlas'whthn the flatter imits of the Eastern Circuit: motite n::: .J ..
N rtbem ta view particularly te-thfc-market they ,
. rtbtrn"'Rights party could support VUH7 an; ''S& .''SttSSSEZA*. themselves that they will,be enabled to gird entire McQueen n Me lotosh;Solicitor for Cb 1 I TolB.P.oinseUEsq. .r ;

,I Ifl. "cest teaLiand. without-ft sacrifice itaprin5pleari iBRton,,h win pro*,1t.claims agenst the.-U lilted' satisfaction to all who may:favor them-with''their 'It i$ordered., That(the said I or Francis demur to Richard said Bin dd. _. -f.t JACESosrxtLiL June,9th,'V&!.- .
d answer
ft fc'- -' ; plead,1
, : i ;, -.. State)befort' Coep-e.... '&Dd'the Dep&menta: at'Wsib1ctoI3i.i patronagboth as to,the_prices and quality of their II'' appear months from.the date thuT-Order, or Dear Sir: I haYePJIJ your Indian Jjoxecust .
'q .-0 ( ;;-- ") t i',;r"v :t1 They will be constantly receiving such ad- within idi
: ; ia BiU will be taken eoufaMd against hi.- -' tq my family,and have,1Qu arery valuable
--:1: ; .
.4 .Tfce TIrxIatm State El tl'..fTki :: 'HBeiDI teiteanInU located JaetoonvOle// be'wuhjIveLts.ntW itions to their:slock as the state of the marketmayrequfre3fld '
hev.brI3be4tb Diarrho2a 6
tbe-tGre order ,
aid uartddttUigaUeMkm:to his respectfullY solM1t I of thep.ttonsgeof \II ss;4I # v'I remedyfot. jliak ;gveaipleasuraJn j

. !CmroKi. VO t:2ja bCli1StM.triMM.CO bli eare.l their frien arid & .. bneofthedbUgizetteS 11isid1Et reconufacn3iDrf it to the cpabUc.. ., .. : '

.1' ftllowinc e- ar.-the congressmen elected- ?-CesIoD'ud..n" uct; $St( 'i gncesisdorAnted7tbe : : .ArrangdneniB having been:LU&UO ui,JCIBW Y v rk, .eDit a'M enc'Yf f )r % *C, THOS t1rom n DOUGLAS:: t.'L :Judge.4Ji, at j "-.."*,'Jte:.. "p t Ct, ._1J".1..A T _.i; ..,E.70WN. ** ,SEND,:. ;. -

la tieint 'dwtrict:5amael,Wilson,PernoT"7 rden can be supplied it the shortest possible no t. 'f ., '.. _Co.,.,. tEgbe ptj iUl *k 7s.* WJ..*.J "> >
% v ,. .i jt T Br J1JJ COU8 p Eg ..:HARRISON..rr : -'- -oM .: "n ; '.' I.
tice,3, ,. -a f a
VlaAboix.v. Lxiixi Clerk
f .of. the CircuitCourt '
tie .1 ?; i8 i. .
: .
: Oovaniom of -feUowfag 1 PfJSANDERSON. '
laj5ocrat. od Aist 1..i -1rfd4tr 'U e. Duval Fastern dreuii ot Florida,, 0tDeatS1L7b13nia7certi
.. .. tad AeknowfceArB of County, ( 4 i
Affidavits ; 18tft to"lc 1 Ja
Testimony. ,
to take J8 j *
: States J,: tf .fj r ee@f1that.th4 foreeoiog ifr 'correct
'itluao oppositOi' :' de hereby, l.8tdrcdlg undtt.a
tstobiisedtlierta5 taaiyA &negro ft, r JiLtl ck lit
i8eert n JJ t ,., I t 1 -' t -- ... cOMrotth rlci orneron m.-hi m-J'of N.
.I..JJaJt i.t" pOt !. ": l "Tfirlfi Carolma, C t t.: ){ I& .. IsF.Or'$ Npttce.: vzjG : -iT. LY.O IE.C1irkJav.gust2Srl83I. p17Fn4tb1tthJfl3e< of onc,ottle. of
th .r .: ut.ri.c : fl!hJ tr W1 mn'ci'S nth CiO1inS,!' Miaiasipc ae- -- ,:. preparalson caltedh4gj. LOxe iIeffectt11yofre .

Uareportt.C1e r. ,.A- too f'9 ".r.1 .:- J Y rkT'l'Ml.I rJ60l'' ''' mm = Parldnlcox ij'nu.J' : .AJ J3:j'4mata :-. diltr'an.d lcommendingit .takt lhl method -
1IeItg O Ca 1' .J'1 W (. t--r l rel p"I.1'AJab 't"r1 at a Valuable Medicine.
deceased,to the Hon.Jadjte prProbalea'lbfDnval tsTlQMCe.B'jO'fSIJJ A
u'atol' b wrto pI-talaa Po.rJ) TJyLW34iQ0e.IaWb $' 1i'f'd Tetu.-J1..r. tit:4..,- r. flnal1 seMement and 1 JOflBtY.
J. .,'" c eounty'andcask 'fI. .t1lfp'I
&a4 J ,) : 41 ,u_ i, allowaaee of iazaajanot: ot toy ffischartfe Ifroai C 185lTat
sldIitrIct,3!hu tlT1iUm %! .) .. T Ad .b 18 .tJ \,Administration of said Estate.'_ ''iI J d i kccount* and vouchers, as admlnistrairiz'andAdmhtfstrktdrof ; ioteat.u.e'T.,+:C'BOLA".J1.a1.r.319.1

i T < g1S.t1EimBtcdIV, Thil'to, i "f I' lI 1'JAMES. BILOOL Ada'r'.tf the estate of Jefse Staij J 61rr' '.'ff. two Bottles '

Au,'ttam-S lfar; it1. ;e.k f t. m.J lirlUi'., .1': :,AU iW.. :; j e "jt tSmbutS. 1orhutynetLietfJ1oi1ddeW of'td'..' eDIAOXBCUTti .
H '
., i LI' : ?.' Jt. JcdgecifPoxtsOt! zuu county.tarJeaeto ,.' f" t fel. 1''f
"rY1 TIIIO"tb -- '-8ate.T. .-ricism: ;; =
; pf'd t:. U iC1J"l.DRUr e1Ule. ealcsateJy1ng 1*'tat county b'UIOPIUlg.t : jinl4 ec : enemel ,' 1.\'faiWitimt'1f'Ai11 a. tship1irpeoss.4bgcetubl .

lcIitliet.d-wItbQut oppostt1outiiaiti f ,' .lstate.. pJVnIv.m..wc drd .. 4.LIgBIX.NEGRO?WQMAAiaXIfllfl i1 l1 LOrt'MIter*of ,' Medfdne-as being

,t\id2itb---aJSrfit Sf1.olh i'J&iJA' ; .'- ttRLENm, _.rA.'.d_ :'CU bQteO1&EI 8' d1rirni1ke m1ntlk-.tJoJ ot 16"J. without d &pft1i-eit and safest reme
flV t '*4. '
-: r'4-1hJ.tr'r.Y 'f.at fttJ.tz O I.JR1I'Jllw." n.-P 7ft .nitz aDd a_boVleatJLW. i the woman:IT*:yeawrBM, sate. AIptnons'iateteIt&aed4.. 4Jhjth4h&Tebcerdciesn.'tzthiiea .
? trid"11rfi-. n'I1dfltiseect .;- and good cook,, her..andirpnertorliousiv searatetofp".i serll \AU"o.tCi< O -C dIIPJr.r : ... ; i ours'truly, ., t ", J
Ptrad .J'U ItO'T.uU ilth.Il S.omCB BJaaIt together or tiF.P.QBX..ImUI.Lr.'J < "WO..; .
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'' I l p-j4s; BYRNE. ,. : Jt4'nXCI J"'t."t J'P4 %1f. wyorka'upplyolwe ( S ___ v.. : I Vci. RycMrr .I'" "' ...1. dbJ'", .o.J7 .... jott"-. '.
-- -I MEDICINE A j '
of : : : : : r 'DIBHC'r''r OM'NEW' '
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1i a ulUbu&r'Job Printing the .rCoiw iiiQBi .1 ..,, !., f" ', '' .,"ollr ,
t I .3r'IILYy. _osrOl'f..E4I..I'_ r't rsnowprejte Wetttti f ki tie shortest noClremlmrs Orriot.,streets (.' _-.L. ._ -. <. ... -. .L wi1Lrt1JRth'pruU of-his. : .Bi 'U :

: n -tttZtMS: r 1".an kbidiot: I' Jacksonville. throflttettttteEasteirn ofpaloietate.r Circuit otl'Jori- Dry "',Goods, Grqcerie ;.. H !

l t 1'\ .i.W rtK'AJUIPat r- ,".IBjLKj 'hTUa' : q.JIu4.BWi. ._; IDUie Supreme US 1 Court':Court'for the Horth--r ;Ware; Crockery,. &c/ & It.)

-I* '1"H "- .... ,tt w Bills' 1 and will proaeute'c1a1in5.b':' :
CTAdvtrUMtn..Ua. will...W.bsena. ..ka'..'the foflow-' !YIIIU1II tNsr Bills "._ ,', ,mHB'UNJ ; of same; at WuhlD ;i, which b'9ffert for sale at th1 lowest .1
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4 Iak1s.&C.&C.&C.i ;, ; JL(.pa en : I I tI, k.. FOtrCAS 'OR
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) 'I r i-i- : and under :rrr.Al tJillif_J OJ'tAU kind,to IxpaiJ ia respectfully offer d the store ""
9s! d Ua paraqaar* .of.twsIv'Ioss. -' 1 ltiiens'of at formerly occupied by lfo"
: J ,
Jane 14.1
.thaf 5 etnta for each aubse i : .: !elixLivns : Harrison, Bay street. Particular attaJi
I J. :first inaction :ana? : : :, : .. ,_
I1MraDDa."h1.u11 advertisers a liberal dia . -, ,* '-' Y LAW called to his'hrge,and. elegahi sssottftM
''.!. AT: -
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Office on
I eeatwtntMt1D .: _NEW STORE f > : i JJICKSOXITIU.SI '1.40 i Ladled, .BoHtteu,.J ,

'. t tE'A !,ci veVUemnUraaitb. paid for before ip.I I Oc .25, 1851. tf of the latest'and,most approved stilt*.*

I I MriSonJb ,Ieaabj.a regular customer.' By referring 7 R. BOULTER. 'iI, CO., 26. ib. Also, to"his,beautiful stock of,: '' .-- ::

aur'terms the' maj b.'ascertained{ 'AT THE STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY jl '8. GENTLEMEN'S
i u xequult tarn i H4TSRE4Dyj'
"* *; T.'O., HOLMES,&.CO. Whit Smith & M 'OBi4TTORNEYB
I. f and'd'h the*4v e' tr. S .! : 'CLOTB1N&, BOOTS, 'SEO.Es'

.. 02H Adverti**m nt$net marked with"tie. .number. milE UNDERSTcLM.ED'haveoPeied, at the i i"I ja AT .LAW,' Call and examine,.,before'pab,5j

.ilrtcrdon*reqired.will b,eontiaaed mntil forbid "I..L.oidsta.idotT.. ,Holmes, ft .Co., anew.. ., "_ .CotCMBlA CotJNTT,EAST'PLasmA. where. D.)1'CUEN"t.tt."
and well-selected assortment of CO $ '
I- large;
: ..: ,; EEEPS Jacksonville May 3 1851. :
: tndiEedfoF ,
Office at Alligator. ; 'lj
Whit Smith
3&cToflai will bi charged far all announce GROCE OJBrlf' Office at Newnansville. .
; me'Us'oTctndidates roft: c. WARE AND' CUTLERY"'SAD'DLERY Or '' tf Piautation and :
6 ,. 18:51. : < .EliIi.Sit11: .
square,for Six.Mlontht, I" "', *1000. -S. ; STATIONERY,:' .... nndwmieitthem : -- .S -Sale. "i.i

I Notice to Debtors and Creditors i t 00, S BOOTS AND_SBOE8," 'bought : ;:I'\ftLL'DlsPOSE !

\ f Application for Letters o f Administration. 5 09 BATS. AND CAPS, Country. McQueen;Molntosli, ill"' sale," my PL '. OFb NOII"'hC alprivate i

, !1, 03*.All relifious notices will be inserted gratai- TOQXTHCK WITH I STORE,corner' ,, 0, B .N,'E: Y AT. LAW, I be.'John's rive-, at the mouth: of!JullsffZ
'. 't. 1U1T. ARE merly owned and attend the; Circuit Courts in the creek,'sixteen' niiles above Jacksonville'fj
B3 lad s bl.personal communications will IN 8HOKT,, t', S Jacksonville. S ,:: Circuit i' the United. States I situation is known" bathe, most beamta*

charged as advertisements. '' Every thing.to .suit the market. Wm. : Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme the river, and is remarkable for ita salb, ;
: f O, XU bills r Job Printing,mast be piid1. ,the Tallahsssee i'and prosecute Claims for": 1 Oa.c&seOf fever:having occurred laenjL'
Which will hi rsodVp : Je'ivery of the work. can be afforded for in the Southern tit
; at Washington either.before Congress and 'calculated for the
03* All communications mast be addressed to Customers would do well to call and examine for No. 13 aecoaauL
themselves before .making their purchases elsewhere Wx.M.LAWTON. Departments. dation ota large family.. The land (abotciiiacres

.. t I .the Editor pottagt:pii. .. _" BOULTER ft.CO. R.WAIN WRIGHT >RttstJac\soitiHeEajtFlorida. ) is of good quality, and well adaptdi
Jacksonville; Oct. tf the cultivation of cotton and
251851. 1850 tf com.at Sept 6,1851. ,
fifty acres suited forsucareane. '
:- Tlrraw.
SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. E. I*.HARRISON 'k CO., admirable site for a steam saw-mill----at- -.
M On Bay'ttrnt, fronting'LedmtKt McJt building, American : Oscar Hart mouth of the creek, and it possesses tit am!.
mHE S. SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity JACKSONVILLE FLA. 'CITY y AT LAW tage:of being in.the centre of 'a 'stctiot "
. (I X to inform the planters of Lone Staple D E'R the country finely wooded with :yellow pi

'- JC Cottons that he still continues the manufactureS rilHK: Subscribes respecUully,inform their friends UN PALMER' ( in the, Court House, up stairs) There is a flourishing orange'grove .ttTi .

'-S S the latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS, 1. and acquaintances that they bare established TON practice in the,several Counties of premises, which'formerly produced j

- Ii double and single, at his usual rates and is themselves in the mercantile business. in this place,' Attorneys and : 'Eastern'Circuit of Florida, and at of thousand dollars o-r ;and will! vl

" ; ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice. and are now.receiving, end opening' at the store : the United States.: collection claims against the U. do so again,judging from the preteD&'tnd tll

;. |i For the reputation of the Gins, apply to the above named a full assortment consisting :of Dry This Military Services,and for Horses lost, : healthy appearance; of the t1'f& ']
I Goods, Fancy Articles,' Groceries Hard Ware objects: nt
1 to those who hiTe them .
fA following Agents or lost in Post Office '
destroyed by troops at Mandarin is within
k I muse Boots, Shoes Hats Cape'Bonnets-, Ac., with 1. For twoftU ''i
very variety of goods usually kept in a Dry Goods the United States, and the !steamers paes and repass the botat ia 1
AGENTS. Store\ which they offer for sale' as cheap as they emcee before for Pensions disabled Soldiers, their' regular trips to and from ,

. Villalonga & Acosta, Center/Tillage,Ga. can be purchased' at-any market in the Southern- 2. For the. and Orphans of deceasedSoldiers Those wishing purchase this property,' !, (

-- 4 | Cnpt.D.R. Bythewood,'Beaufort, S. C. country. in law equity, i for.Bounty Land.to officers and call on, or address by letter; the subscriber .
&.DeVeaux. : Their cntIrestockbev1g been selected by one Congress or the the Widows and Orphans of deed Jacksonville, E.Florida., '
Scott Charleston. S. C.
" of the firm with much care and attention,'and with S !
foreign soldiers. -
. Tison & Harris, ? call E. Florida. a'mw.: particularly to this market, they flatter CHARLES BTR51
S I sioners,
; Fernandez, Bisbee& CO"t'Jacksonville., E. F themselves that they win be enabled to give entire 3. For the give his attention to conveyancing, Jacksonville, May 10, lS:t. tf ft

i B. R. Dukes, Palatka, E..F. satisfaction to all who may 'favor.them with their Treasury, War, ; TUes and Records,.and assertain- S

S.Hojt.& Co.Savaunah,Ga. Ttronage,1oth: as to the prices and quality their pertinent, and to Lands. PENSION AND BOU& '
. L.Niblacfc & Co..'AlJigat r,E. F. goods. They will be constantly receiving such'ad. penalties, and entru'sted to him,will meet'with ,LAUD,
; ditions to':their stockas: the,state" of the market nnd all instruments tnt the nfHeera and ilerJ'd" a
Larlinger & Harris Elixabethtowc Lowndes ,the revenue, post ; ,of wri .n .
r may require, and respectfully solicit a share of the cutc'd him .' their n
County, Ga.f 4.:For securing bee1 by. with neatness and. war.or legal,icprriw.* ,
patronageof their friendsind acquaintances. the United States tire. S JJ
; ); S ALSO., Arrangements having been made in New York, and procuring ; Jan.2 l8Sl. tf Pensions for life,for wi.lows nf sarh o1Sciii i.
:Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had of the I orders can be supplied at the'shortest possible no the various ", soldiers who'mnrrired previous to 1800. ". <

S. S \ subscriber at moderate i tice. E. L. HARRISON. 5. For :
|| rates. Persons want I '
, J.; SANDERSON. 'rtl
. and Philip: Fraser
I i fog Ginsor Gins legacies '
{ repaired, please direct. to .1,1851. 'oet1,8D. countries. oUNr LAND.
: I : ; Agents or to :.8.L BURNS, ,foreign 6.'Tor the & CO UNSELLORAT LA Wf ,

I I u _'_: .r__. St Mary's, Geor&ia.I lI'OOELY co..',: the States or JACKSONVILLE FLA. For the surviving. -,-.;'or. 'the widows. or 'mIne- .1,
I I Alaj-31.1851.- 6m BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA.f moneys 1.For on : attend to any professional business children of deceased'officers and priTIU. U'co

' d ; WOULD, respectfully .inform 'their customers State stocks and to him in the Courts of the who served in the.VTiy tb

/. : : NOTICE. the Jublic'generalIr, that their FALL thereon,'And, and the, Supreme Courts at of 2812 wilh Great
ritainYi! ,
. ; SAW-MILL STOCK OF, GOODS;:.have arrived, and are now business pertaining lie has also such,nn advanta. 1 02
STEAM FOB SALE.rpIIE ready for the inspection of those wishing to purchase with an able Lawyer atWc.sh- Mexican War; or in:any of the la- a
Agenc1'11 _.
,- SUBSCRIBER offers for sale, on rea.t Goo fr-Articles at Lore Prices. com I ,as will ensure prompt and spee dian U'ar, since1790. deCo

-isontble terms.hi s STEAM SA W-MILL Their stock consists, in part, of Dry Goods, ot almost Messrs. Palmer A, of such claims as may be placed Terms moderate where the claim is establialet
ND.MACH1NEBYatGarel'sFerrlDu- every quality and name,from silks to kerseys Agency, City of against the United States. otherwise no charge. -

) ral county, Florida. The Engine is 20 horse fresh family Groceri ..HardwareTin ware, Wood. and faithful .a'M ,1849 ly TheSubseriberis aIM appointed Agent in tot Ckniof r s?

t! power, 10 inch.cylender, 3 feet'stroke, and 2 en ware Boots and Sboes Hats and Caps,,of the S. Office" No. Colmubu! fur the .
latest styles Ladies' Bonnets,'and
: boilers 24 feet a variety of serviceable veS
long, 36 in. diameter; all incomplete and fancy articles; which cannot fail to Sept 6, 1851. Wm U. Tunno, British Commercial Life Insurance
order, and for immediate 'use. '
suit the most varied
tastes of the
FAIR six. who aJ
It has also'a mill fr COMMISSION MERCHANT Company, -S_
i corn attached.. ,The Engine are especially invited to calL masonry.. ; Established in
I and Machinery' will be so Id separate;if desired, 'ALSO"A rU* Commercial Wharf, .fr the(lr.suram-e'ofLies emjiowered ami the bj art tOO of Wlln Foiment. ae]

,. agent Forterms J., apply B.,Cole to. me,at Palatka, or to my select assortment of Saddles.Bridles Martin- THE UN ly Charleston, S. C. ofcbildrcn.in London.New York of Wa.hiotaaCitj
) galls,Collars fte Trunks ( rming '
CarpetBags,Umbrellas, CAPITAL "3000000.;
,y ; ,: A. H. :COLE. and all that is'usually found ,In:any store in this '.Bricklaying! Cmnmunicntions "

. I Palatka' fla.MsylO,1831. if country the half. .. of which would be"too'numerous :Work, &&, &c. Harmonic Institute Washington, D, C.,will addiesse receive<{ to 'the mbcrifcc Ul
i ., prompt attrntH a th
to mention. .
tV, :drawings when Jnllen Street'and Market Square, 51.'
T Notice Their stock having been selected THOMP&ON,
by one of the ;is"engaged 'to ; SAVANNAH, GA. Attorney at Lam.and Commistiovtr wr

SIX MONTHS after date, we the undersigned the firm people and onewefl of this section; acquainted' they only with sa1rrC.A.LLAND.SEE.a the-wants. of charge. He ) it CO, Importers and, Dealers :Seeds for North and South CartTist-of sti

Administrators on the Estate of : I Jacksonville as :and MUSICAL INSTHUXEITS, of P. S.-Rf'rt"',i(necesnary,to the Head of Drptrt, th(
Micajoh Deen, late of Columbia .eo nty,, deceased being fully assured that none will go away unsnited ;'work he has, tion.wholesale' and retail. ,menu and Members nrCn" rej'lellf'ralh'-:! .
will present our accounts and vouchers either as to the quality of tbe goods or the prices of the place,.he JBands furnished, and Dealers supplied Washington Ci.Ncves'lier.io. tu' spian
to Honorable. Judge of Probate for said asked for them.N.B.AUkinds. dence of his q prices.,

:. .county,to be discharged from the further administration of Country Produce taken in Casts. and J. H. McRORY.Jr. STIIUS.JN vo.

; of said. Estate ;,for which all per. exchange for goods,at the highest market prices. tering also :1Agent. Jacksonville. & CO'S
persons -heirs? legatees, or persons interested Again, cALL'AND SKE. We charge nothing for 'New-York -
-aro ber requested to take notice. : showing S our goods. N.B.-To Iand General Agency, New-Orleans & Mobile
D. M'CUEN ft CO. experience in
OcU8 1851. -
e solicits work in Express
.1' give the amplest T. WALKER, Will give
Little Rarer, Aug. U, 181.Administrators.. 6m Great:Bantains f, ate. efficient'ofofficers;, and o soldiers i"on to the BOUNTY BY EVERY STEAMSHIP.OFFICES .-
Subscriber,wishing to devote Jacksonville, engaged :
i hisatten-
THE r a War. or either:of the Indian
Floats.. exclusively\ to No. 19 Wall I
n ,hisprofeision offers ; the United States have been en Street, New ,York,. nl .
t mI'UNDERSIGNED. as' the Agent of .Hon. for sale on aecoitmodating terms, his lands, andots ; ': Warnlth Great Britain of 1812 St. Chailes, Hotel) b'uiIdkgN.or1uiMnbileAgent' '
JLv D. L. YCLEE, offers for sale1Five l adjoining the town of Jacksonville with all description of business' ing

1 'Thousand, Five Btndred and Fifty Acres of' .t improvements.: There are on these land a Dr. S. at Washington. requiring For an Jjr E-rery M. BOUL1DIE, knc
procu atteniioa
two Chalybeate paul to ihe collate, 1r3
LAND strong Springs, which yield his
: j', a ; charge will be 85. In Drafts, Nois, e.
I. S in fractions of 40,SO,or 160 acres; to be located on copious depositeofhydrated' peroxide:: iron. .Use4'by Mm with ft'will'be proportioned to the na man
They ,assimilated
are in their i
: any of the public lands in the'State of Florid*,sub, medicinal pro : ,: I ),of the ase. :
ject to entry. .S at. the. Land OtlieeJ'OSEPII; .. perties the Bright on and Turnbridge sprfnes : net cocnection with Agents or NOTICE. '; rity
-. MNEOAN. England and the Balston and Be dfcrd springs Coughs -Cop' in Florida who be : fiftlon*
Tl E
may employed in have
Jacksonville,June 28,1851. of this Also appointed T.0.Houns 60
tf country. a spring of the coolest :Asthma, H and other claims our :
on terms
which eral
common water to be'found in this .Jin Aentand Attorney to settle I .
,. section of Gonorrh : c\ upon. Letters .(which: wlJ
. J Administration Notice country; brick yard with'on*of Hall's patient sia, ; ), will 'receive'i "should business the name of Palmer&Fer hot
, PERSONSinterested are machines for .5 .C immediate .atten. To collect and receive all debts due firm ,
? ALL [ hereby notified ready operation-the only one in Aug. 171850, the HtrA
) sbt months from the date this .t tfCharles Palmer & Ferris by
hereof I shall ficinity! ;where the demand for bricks is .5.* BondMortgage.3otrotherwisealsn .
present my account of my administrati 'of*i.TZr.e*. great and ; forDarins Ferris deceiei
i : rapidly Increasing-Also framed Dr. S. S. dl3J
If tate of .t : DeWaaij
! Henry Hartley,deceased to the Honorable All persons .. ,
having demands
kitchen stable and Pah*
house jog
: against
ndeo of Probate of Dttval carnage and two \ "
! 1 fiD&f.eWe.men with the same county, and, :and discharge uk fore story dwelling house,fitted fort:twelve rooms, Bracts, : S CJ'J, ,O. E>ER,, & *mia or Darius Ferris,I deceased, will-P1 jchcto
t ; .' tuns on sent the same to T- .
; : S m'U administration thereat ". nearly completed. Also number of eligible JACKSONVILLE E.F. Holmes for payment. i
;' ;: :. SUSANNAB"JlA.RTLEY. Adm'' building sites and garden lots,within mile of -f.ri of all persons indebted Palmer & Ferris tr,J' Jail
; %
t ; _fA gist 18.5!:. .e:\ .th'cle-A"rket house_ unsurpassed by ain this ''* .Health ; innny' solicited.partof County attended' ( rtua Ferris,are requested to callon! T.O.Ho& SOU'

: r* : rorseltlexnentand.make l-t like
S ., payment
I : ,May,J 848. '
;1ZIEV VLOTIHNG S For further SARAH imm
I' : STOKE. S particulars apply to .I hate ben P. FERRIS, #
Jtf ODE,Agent,has '*, .-J08.S.BAKER. S. Adm'x.of D.FiKJusdeft, Lat
Jr"' opened a new CLOTHING the above Goods, .TOB.'FRINTIN.p;:
AND DRY GOODS STORE, on.Bay ,street Jacksonville, S pt.,8J IDSl_ tf.: : S. DAVU L.PALMEB. the
'I ly
S on.hand a*
L. one door East.f Mr.J., AT THIS. Jackson'villeJan
( :JtynnegaaX.aad respect, OFFICE., .' 850. tfAdministrator's his r
S. 1 : fully invitee tJ citizens of Jacksonville ana the .Executor's; Tampa,.Tampa. Ba. -- :' .. .rr I
: S selves.surrounding. Ton: country will to:'come and see for them. NOTICE Iff HEREBY 'GIVEN,. That six I Ittaster8 pot. Office. '" \ his
positively Notice
..: j buy your goods in this from date,:I shall apply to the Hon. stamps .. f .nity
new store .
than '
cheaper THIS .
: fr before. ever.you'- did In JacksonsonvOle Jodga Probate of Don county, for:a final :dis ,Postmaster at .J" SIX MONTHS-AFTER. DAtE ..,'
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.c ; Jan 14, 1851. J. HODE.* charge from the Administration of the Estate of *MarrJud tfcSSjSwt:' present our acco'ants and .oucberstl'-1 '
.. S :_. -i 6m Matthew H. Philips; late steak county or DUTaI, ll' .1 9 who Hon Jndge!:i'robate.for :Colnm bia i' ,.And
A"Kfcrtook uten- -fO -To.r.
j tin J. Notice: i-I. deceased.ALBERT'August! 23,'185L Gm' :G.. PHILIPSS ,- "l. '.. ? -': ,supplrfaiff all. post of FJoridal for a':final i ttlemtnt"i id ;aik*j1' TilhThe!
i .Executor. : _, ) stamps., .AU charge from the
!! ; .ati. : I i. stamps bun further Administration. nj' \
I St.1h 'date.IwIUpres nt to equal or or tSrotlw Estate
. UonorableJudgcof Probate.'fop Co- Old Iron,'Bran and Copper Wanted( I at the_samTpriee aid whenever Archibald Hogans, late of 5aId?* And !
I lnrnbiipountyy'accounteaud; .' J .. "' ." _, .,. pn oat La defective ty, deeeue'dtot"hich: aU persons inWT1are '"ore

.I Administrator on the Estate of Samuel vouchers Blazon as ,nERSONS.rr which' bavin* old' Iron,Brut or copr .1: :nyO 1.D 'uDJ : ; sbaU.bofowarded wry way OQ SSS with.. .-"S---S'-S.-desired to notice. And
late of said they wish to dis pose of, wlll1ind : AU who order 'Z.UOGANSAda'r Here
county deceased; for which 'all .5 -5- aset ot straps WITS
readyjale for all they can"bring, at the Four ) TES.4 at 'J, fOrd
persons ; oIonart. : .
oncrned-ehereby requested ,to Ji: oo {ror ; }
; wrt' Jacksonville S ,1 be S tCl ".
tat nott .be FIa,1ind i 'receli'liberalprlces'or I!, kept Instaaps adUbttur..' Aligator, Fla.,'May-17,1S51.Attministrator's .-' 1zi in.
4lfTi15t' oisehargedi f1oom S !
the further the same. : .. Master PleU&D'Qron, '. Th
said .
estate. : .
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: 'WM.H.BOUSSEAU.AdmV prieto -a.nb :, 'NflL1C1.
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May17. ) : publiahiDg the abOTt,Cud
'n r tf thisnotic, then
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te,:taU. HEREBr
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1:: ., '. paper receive -MN months frem date : r lU[
or.t L. 'i NotIce-fticredIt6rs:' !,!:vqdOg .; : ,- ,. twice the Dount '." Judge ; snaT' PPt.ROD. : Y "' hQi
.1C. OtPr6batefDnva1'00dnty
,_Atlantic;fc G U BsJl PERSONS t uhii dina 1da against the preferred s woOd en. final ,- (
'a U:Ct ;7. ALL ;. : fi lunusoeo w.order. 6rfcan engraved discharge from tbe J\cfaiJ zi1stnt1fr \
: TTH spLRebeccM; MB ,'and : Estate'or r l
nexi A nuale1ectJon, 1 t'G"Dl..TaJ f dssfgnptheyaIueopy : Solomoq '
tor.Qirect01'l ( quzitydeceued. I .HufSngbaa. : lai;/ .,
at j : tIOll'THS.. .rindiIt01l1
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