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 8, 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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I Aiding cnder the The widow started, :remained silent' -, -. n storm impend over her.: Abolitionism J
sometimes influences ofnirriDg a moment its if he had been ---- is a fire (
and a dog. He seemed to others to whIch' has been-fit in
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then'wentlnto'nlong r louder and new engine is also, NorCh. Wi'thia tfie
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circumstances; admiraor utterly indifferent to what an aparatusfor
?! merrier lAugh than stie had indulged in before kfter. He men .usually long, tensing the gas after it has n- 'last ten years we hare seen it spread to"a eot 113.
1 4ifit' .' uncnligbtcued zeal, crown the posses- n t the end of which she drew her seat nearer, splendid achievements always professed he' amid his most cylinders, and returning it: to passed theef through the ration; and never" can rest, tatisfiec d:until '"'

;' laurels or deify him with tho proud the; General, gravely .laid her hand on'. his ;eachinjr''chemistry would rather' be hus,using it over and ''oTer"and rtirigpoint taTC17lsUcked froniexl tence. We ore:in a

: 'Siflctionof'tlieGod.like"-constitute head, gently gifted his wig off, and placed it on When Kossmh sent,him than'' leading an army.- o;escape., >< ,' allowing"' 'npnc' t' 'all, 'not in a settled calm; And while its ms 1'
.the table. on oneoccasion.200,- -While the .1 us that the action California';Will make
::11 peculiar greatness of character, on which General Uncle Toby 'had 000 guilders (100QPO) to make a provision for 1 itliftcd engine,was in operation :fon'Mphay rat little difference, ingreAt.; rCultTc I
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lasts all its force and control. InvcsLtion in hot but he his future, and in order.not to offend 'him in- distance weight 12,000 pound,up the ,.hink'the southern counties .
' battle Jiow felt a decisive inclination closed it to his wife he sent it of five feet perpendicular five time are,under the,eircntnstancesmaklng -
! shrinks back abashed: before the to run away. The. widow back with the every mlnnte- '.This ; ; *I ; a reasonable demand anime
; re laughed remark "If I fall shall weigh t was
, not.need itand wife put on by which.
iny way it is '
Ii1 falgeat beams of the brighter traits, and theirroaitliog again, though she never would stop, and the can be governess, again, a*she was, before if the experiment> i and does by no.:.means indicate granL' our "dutyaafldpnbllcans, to I
General ; full .a '
was about to his :
\ i lay hat his denuded power of the M
upon we are conquered I '
coruscations throw
into ,,and escape bo .
obscurity head and bolt'when the facetious Iscan pro- The name of the ; .
lady inventor ,
fessor abroad is From SentineL
if Soloman. theEorida :
= ; we conquer, and I survive the lie :
that ,
... Ole darkling gleams vainly struggle for placed her baud upon'his arm and detained victors I need no money now!". 's about 55 years of age, a native of Prussia. Arrow Root,' Dade_Coantr. Plarlei",, _

01' Heir rlghtfal ascendancy, in, the unequal con. him. 'She' then deliberately raised her other After.oneof his gr d victories the minlstTy and Kas- reciilad_ in this, wuutrjr over twcqty ita; EDtroSeelDg;in number or..otIr" #

Jit" 'test. AdmirAtion zpretds her gd, i wI nds1Ter.Vba19ar0wl hand to her. own head, with a sorLotmilitary sent him certain decorations and orders of honors I' edrsc = journal,' a ?very [lmperfE'C':sketch; of: Arrow .
Wffti ** precision executed arapid manoeuvre with her Root making and purporting to been
ho hating
put them aside..with an
the union ; a that
splendid of sneer such
,r jar five fingers, pulled off her whole head "of fine gewgaws were not the things for'a From ;San Fr nncis.ll Dispatch.. extract:from a New: YOrk..paper,' the circumstance

ftr ,iB2 elements, and the trumpet-blast of fame glossy hair, and placing it upon the,table by People have told me that after the republic. The1 Proposed Division of California:Its'Hala- I can but consider an indication of your

A'aims the feeble voice raised in condemnation the sKle of the,General's remained seated with ,of Oben, the'only words on the lips of storming the ,tion to .the Question of Slavery dosirctogive notoriety to a new.but important

J'.' -it-"e unholy alliance of vice and virtue, tho ludicrous gravitlln'froqt her.accepted lover pleand of the army, Was;.cGeorgy! Georgy peo-! Th "Sonth, from Monterey down, are th roughly I product of our Siate., I-therefore: cheerfnlly-
quite laid! but with all the > awake to the. furbish you with the following statement:
01U between the base and the honorable demonstration before his quarters necessity of such a diriiioa I : 1
copartnercy As may be expected Uncle Tobynow laughed ha never showed himself, and remained: of our Stateas will enable each set of in. Tlio'p1n from which ourArrow1: : Root Is !
)11' the elevating! and the i ignoble principles along with the widow, and they soon grew so coldly within-indeed, expressing himself, crests in California to collect and be regulated made is known by the Indian name o"eaComtn'l, .!

II cf our nature* merry over the affair that the maid servant that "this very bombardment was the ruin of around its proper centre. From "the'ndjourncn' and grows spontaneous throughout tLe Tine ,

h The \'i ice that would hurl the poor and unpretending peeped through the keyhole at the noise, and Hungary,! of the Constitutional Convention there Woods soil of all the eastern_bordcrof the Ev t

.I' to infamy is but the glittering foilto saw the old couple danciiig a jig and bobbing ..He always sneered at every body, even the bas uisted a jealousy'on the part'of the South erglades d wherever dug loon "reproduces I!
6* their bald pates at each other like a pair of friends who idolized him; and was almost the against the,North. 'Wo have':the numericalstrength anot.herand more' valuable> crop;: Its",manu
show off the brilliant rays of the falsely i Chinese mandarins. So the two very shortly only man in Hungary who was perfectly indif- and notwithstanding thai concessions facture ha*, now been:'progressing for several f

[ laid their heads together on the pillow of matrimony ferent under Kossuth's eloquence.Amid the have, been made to the South, the Government year?;and.although still in a, rude and infantile .

-, TUv.Through tattered clothes small vices do appear. .., ___ __ splendidly dressed Hungarian officers he always has been any thing but favorably. that section state, there are some well established Mills, I
Robes and furr'd gowns hide alL appeared in his old major's coat, and in of the State: IThe propelled bysteam] or water which furnish II

citizen: Religion in the United States. boots which he had not taken off perhaps for a mcuntainsi'nvers; and valleys of pa1iorDla employment for a. large number 'hands in
j tbchoncst, plodding through De Tocqueville's work on Democracy in America week. are so arranged as to form a geogr:1phlcdsystem supplying them with the Boots,which is a sep- !

aapulse or overpowering temptation deviate has enjoyed a very great popularity in A lady told me that she met him after,the naWally snggwting.the: proper bound arate and 'distinct business from'' the grinding! ,

: bat i in n single action from the straight course .France. The tfiirteent Edition has taking of Oben, in a vile.looking coat, with a daries for aStato. And when we regard these and manufacturing C latter requiring power .
- moral rcctitu-Ie the overwhelming torrents just been great hole in one of the elbows. the coast counties from Monterey to San Diego, and extensile buildings machinery, utensils .
a,. published. reviewing it,M. Chevalier, who She remonstrated with him for wearing such seem attached in our State rather by an arbitrary and apparatus, costing at least three to five
IIIf cf public denunciation crush him to e\rth- is himself well acquainted with this country a thing '"Poh !I" said he, "I'll be known rule, thAn from"any'geographical or economical thousand dollars whilst the RootKligging re-

at1D1p Jaiua v.ith infamy, and cast him forth his the-following paragraph: through all my rags I:' considerations' quiresno capital beyond a horse and cart,some

from the pile of virtuous and honorable asso "Here," said she, pointing to the rsnt, seethe A bird's-eye view of California presents to tools and a boat. AYith' these preparations the
"It is easy to show how much the success or Diogenes peeping through the hole 1" at ,tho mind fourparaUeltines. The first is therora new settler may at once avail himself of a'profitable -. .
His is
ciation. mine a by-word and the slow ,
, the Democratic Republic in j line of breakers buSiness-as the
the Mills
States which he seemed very unusually disconcerted. along -the P 1cific"sh re. are at all times
(-' n'iuoviag finger scorn" is pointed at him is dm to the religious feeling of the people. In And no doubt that the lady had hit.the matter Klamath San Diego, the second is the ridge< capable consuming a Larger supply'of,Roots .

/ amidst the vulgar gizc ; whilst derision and Europe most of the disorder in society has its exactly. It was not that he was indifferentto of the coast range, the third is formed by the than the labor of the settlement can'furnish;

Ia.ta.. mockery fall upon his guiltless offspring-the origin in the domestic circle, and not far from people's opinion. He took ,this tery courseto rivers Sacramento and San Joaquin'the former and an additional numb rot handare'now de- _
. the nuptial couch. Frequently the European show.his own pride-his ruling traits seems 1l0wlDgsoutherly. thilatternortherly, sirable. The roots are dug contiguous the bay
laplcss victim of the spurns that wait on his finds it difficult to submit to the until or rivers thence hauled with
they meet
.. powers of the to have bean a mean, selfish pride. He was unspeakably j'the fourth .is lhesglittcrinj carts and boated
naicJilcss condition. State only because tumultuous passions agitate jealous of Xoss th, and would rather snow-tipped ridge of the,Sierra Nevada. From in large boats to the Mills, where they always

Turn we, now.: and behold the man of [:ana. his own dwelling and that be is there a prey see Hungary a hundred times ruined than the latter line to the great rivers of our State; find a maket at prices that will enable. the 'employer -

Gloating liberti'nisA may mark Ins \othc-rrOflr **i of the heart or instability that it should conquer under him. There is a lies an inclined plain; sloping towards the to pay his laborers,a dollar per day and .
,. of(fesf rcsti Oe United States th e residence little difference of opinion even now in Hun- west. From the two rivers to the summit ot find them' .' -v
tLroagldaten all the stages of lawless, C3it"1 of the citiT-L-.a" the image of order and of i gary, about the amount of his treachery, The the coast.range. lies another. Thus is forme The roots '(which grow,very large and re.

:r i. -vietims of his beastly, pen ct'. North America.nccordin to the) limn general voice. howover;nronounces him Q trat- the treat valley ,ot. C3liforn' the mrthern sembe b etsJ' are taken.at the Mills and thrown.

" eoaccpsccce may fall beoreaQJ around him- imous opinion of all who nave visueij it, is the j tor. I may speak mor of the details hereafter, half biing called Sacramento Valley;and tile;t inta alarge.Cylinder cOvered with '* tticer,

. Ue marriage tio be regarded like the dicer's, country where the conjugal tic Is most respect- for myself, I,have no doubt, he was- meanly, southern the San Joaquin. where they are revolved in water by mocbine-
ed., and where conjugal happiness is the most basely false to his country. But in consistency We have now glanced from the eastern boundary ry until they are thoroughly washed'froni sand
MIL, and all the moral and civil obligations as appreciated. This! good state of morals in with his character, he was determined his of onr State'down into along valley/and and dirt,when they 'are ihtroduce'd into\ 'a'machine '

, I play of worJs-promises, a joke-unpaid America has its origin ill religious faith. Religion treachery should not. be forced upon him, and up to the ridge of the coastrange ; as we.look that' grinds them.into a perfect pulp

debts,a witty effect superior genius over the would probably be powerless to restrain he did not consumate it until he had shown further,west, we. find a third inclined plain and passes it over two Vasiotis strajhers.of-dif- .

ed I tonfiiin: and credulous bribes the dues of man in presence of the temptations to which by a masterly'retreat a'nd a series of'splendid sloping, from the summit of the coast range ferent fineness 'amid a copious .suppiy of'pcro
? he is assailed by fortune ; but it 'reigns supreme man uvres, what he might have done had he down to the Pacific. : water' which washes out'aU the starehand-pas- ".
1ict I plHs-liJ debasement and the rewards of pf rrertca over the mind of woman, and it is woman willed. Thus the eastern portionTof Stale is composed lea off ''into'large Tats: 'where the; 'starch soon .

, genius and talents-an J still the hoiaijeof who forms public morals. As long as Whatever may be said ofchis early course, tor- of onq, great.>: ally, and-the.western of settles; and the ..water Is :: 1f.';' It then .

; the woiUmay breathe tDe incense of its Americans shall preserve the severity of their his last act of unconditional surrend and betrayal au inclined plain upon whose green hills the his to undergo a process of rpurifying.in various

moral conduct, they will preserve the Democratic at Villagos, no excuse or palliation can setting sun shines, and at whose feet the breakrs changes of water until all extraneous mat
I" altthtion arouud his till the
pathway, gilded Republic. If their morals become reIa-- i be foand. lIe could not have lost more, had he of the Pacific 'dash., Along this western ter is rejected leaving the pure starch, which is
;Ii i, gtpulcbre of his fame shall end in ed if slope from San Francisco then dryed in.small lumps by solar heat alone
they become vicious it.will be because fought out the war, to- the last inch of ground Bay southerly, lie ,- ,
f1Iti ".\ be that Hinds his glory with hi! shame." religion has been deprived of its authority. I,-on the lIungurian Pusztos. All his faithful the counties desiring to separate from us and and. IS ready for' market.

" Gentle reader, would you know the portrait- Instead of a free nation, there will be a degraded comrades who had stood by his side in many a form a territory. They are Santa Cruz, Santa Under many and great1"disadvantages/:
mass,governed by the corrupt rich. Itc- hard-fought field, and had messed at his table, Clara Monterey, San Luig Obispo; Santa'Bar business is not assuming attitude of compe
'If" tie ? Go : follow back the voice of Echo to publican institutions may exist in name, but were left to the gallows or the axe. The brave barn,'Los Angelos, and San :Diego. ,Lying,as tition with wheat and potatoe' :.ttarehJ to both t tofwhich

tiecrtrapl and listening Sc.-nate-mark the the name will become a deception. It will belike soldiers who lad followed him through his they do, they form a geographical system of it is acknowledged to be greatly su-

, audi-ncc, how they catch, in breathless the Roman Republic, .which existed in l long and weary retreat, with unshaken confi- themselves. Their interests, are! identical, peIiorl fend I confidently predicLthatthe: day _
stillness the worJs name under the Caesars, bat the reality of dence and love, believing that their "Georgy their soil is fCJtileitbeirclimatefpre.e: ts'-few is,not:far distant, when most.profitable business -
I glowing eloquence-note which had completely disappeared. would come out right aflast were abonOoned I changes,their.population is;as a general thingj/ will be prosecuted: ''all' the pinewoods

't I the lofty tone of patriotism that infuses its In the United States religion also governs to Austrian dungeons. or left to be drafted.into agricultural, and they are separated from' the oll'ln',: FIonid.'i-south of '28' or.SOdin; the .

,- fplritcf fire through the electrified audience, the mind, restrains it in its; alterations and tht -imperial regiments rest of the State by ,the natural boundary of a growth manufactures, of:this great' staple,
? that too .
utah M"tMm
i tai there it "ill whispered, in the still small thus becomes a guarantee of the duration of He saved nothing but his own miserable life. high mountain range.: and .t.b the
1n of Tar and
rapidly growing sS
And howls it with the North
the in 'the United No in Sacra.mentowith
Republic. Every body Hungary'believes that he did this .
s Toke Dan
of truth-
ECCE HOMO. tine makin ; as the roots grow:mdily
tributaries among
States The small malignant for 'It was all from furnishes a systemof
professes reIJgi 'dogmas. s treachery gold. '
the trees and.ate not injured by or
cheap highways; which bind the -
number who are not sincere Christians affect diplomatic .pride; His reward hasbeenpoor'enough together '
:them. -
o. 1mnrcLttcotIn.! to be so. lest they should be'sosptctcd,of having' ; a residence i in 'a small. town incyriaVuhder northern with half its of tributariesbinds the greattvalley: ; the southern San Joaquinv hauling.Its qualities over as ArrowBoot, 'is known to be ,-

no religion. Christianity th reforc.,bas an the inspection .of Austrian spies ; nearly -"or ?quite'''equivalent tothat imported .
half-of the '
external adhesion which js unanimous. The a narrow stipend from the government;and the great valley together, and'both rivers .
but its
A from as
mption for tho
Romance of Real Life.A and Bermuda con
meeting flowing wide 4
r through a in
result of this it that in the 'world, every howling detestation fend wrath following him gap table but limited look to the starch
" STORY OF AX OLD BACHELOR. thing is fixed although the political world from the whole Hungarian nation. Ho is said the coast Range unite each"section to the other is we great
i market most reliable of demand
the our source
and whole
to the of SanFrancseo.
may appear to be entirely given up to discus to be pursuing his study of chemistry; quietly Bay( sales. '
I: Fs'.,? ..- Gforgii Jlamc Gasftte. sion and rash experiments. The human mindin in Klagenfruit, where probably he will die.- Here we bat notice another -geographicaL sys- and.My cniei object 1tlr..Edit in this communi' .
QI&t There wai a fine old Gener once who, havhj the United States has not before it an unlimited The bitterest punishment for the proud man, tern. San Francisco is the root, and the Bays cation,is to bring to a a knowledge oMboseorI

rpcnt most of his life in the field of Mare space: however bold it may be, it feels scorn and contempt of the world, has met him, of San PabTo and Suisun, with our two largest I our citizens who are desirous: changing their'
rivers form the trunk and
knew very little about the camp of Cupid. lie that there are insurmountable barriers: before and we leave him to it. 'branches throughwhich locality,that there is ''ample/room and

I'/L vis one of tho33 rough and honest spirits oftenlIIet which it must stop. Hence it happens that, in. flow nourishment'and supplies' to thousands enough" for men of,means; as horses and verge-cat '
who are '
the mines
with in his; galliot profession innocent as all,case? there is a certain restraint, eitlur voluntary From, Ctnctrinati, l Atlas.WonderfnhInYtntlon. directly dependent:toiling among then7 or. are' : tle'arc greatly'needed"here*,'ntS"Deg labor,
-I :ii infant almost everything save high integlity o'r the result off In this upon- ;[
rce. ; mJnffi If't1: creforc'the, State 'Js to be' divided, Nature .- ; for which the, ;writer has been payingfor the
an'] indomitable bravery lIe was nearly men revolutionary tendencies are '- last five fs,$240 : and board Andas
Within the las sir months there Kavci been points out to us where'the boundaryshouldIfe. y por ycar
ft/yews (U. an'! his toils were_ over, whenaster compelled to protes3lrthey'do not feel, 'a res- in the bur Legislature'at its last ssi n/wiely appropriated -
several v gde'announcements city pa- Although a large agricultural populations '
Dan him acquainted with a : and
brought pect for- morality, consequentlyfor funds for opening.road.from
the invention of a new locomative and settling along the banks of the Sacramento
fSJow Wa-lman: in whose eye he begin? tie.tect equity, which is the substance of hristian- i Indian River to this! }lace for.the b neiit.ottho -
and '
German of. San the hare
propelling p>werf by a. mechanic Joaquin; yet mines created -1 ,
j Here something that mode him feel uneasy.j .- nbOTe theIr s ruplc!,or this city; but until tho present week the.suceess I and will maintain, interests different from State at large;we hope soon to' see it complied, _ _
was the result of leisure. would still be
V&sfa& they' thereby furnishing what west o an .
&e of the inv.ntion.has. been a mootedpoiutand those which eis1.iiJ: 'the countlesthatare to ,
At length, however, the bluut honesty of his partiZADs. Thus, avenrfe of commuriiealidn otherwise thanby water -
but little interest WiS felt in it by any I petition the next legislatures to be stt.[roff from ;
1 fcposition rose uppermost -nmong his conBict.in ; in the United States, there 18nCl, .penon.who_ save the ',Inventor nnd,;the, few friends ,who I the State. So far'therefore n*geography and This tlo'rie' enifgrahts ny6niefn: | : with.: -..
; plans, and his course was choseu. At will dare to put.forward thcmaxirothat everything [ their families learns andcattTeforhieheio '
interests concerned
had assisted him in the secutionot his are iwe are _actually-two;
pr ,
school be had onco studied 'Othello's Defence'o racy be permitted in, the interest of estate work. _, I States united together. :is ah unequllleU,range4throughbul the year,'

l&hreihe recite at an exhibition, but made a great and 'or socletY-A tyrannical maxith; In the latter part of last wefikthe, new engine :' esidcs'CaIifolnia is too J rge; long'to continue .. and mid perpetual: Spring,they-may at any- .
now recollected that there was which for misfortune in theltint commence &sina1l ;'fi* the comfort1! f
prevailed our I under, season ld'fot
in course of The
which! had been constructionformany one government. mineral .
'I wmething in this'defence' to recHe'Tery much'ke French,Republic, and which' the second has. months 'wascompIeteI awl testing characterof the North and ,tho transactions .oftheirfamilles, and at:once avail themselves
, ,
r what lie vanted.jo 8J.Y. lib gotthe book: hitherto, notwithstanding its imperfections, and, its capacity a'nd'power.the, : ',most upon sanguineexpectation8 which take placeare such nato require a State .0r-8'T ot business from;'a!e ort ajready grown

iaaeliately, found the passage, clapped on hiafto its faults, imperatively rejected of' th inventor were :more than Government whose, expenses are,enormous ,as ,and eqiialInvaluCPcr, acre to the: best growth

. the Utitha determineil air, and posted realized. OnMouday las ,the eDbine ;was compared with the> necessities;0(.the SoutB.. ofwheat'of. cornrroetEeeettulTy' f :. -
G.W. F.
;) lisarm.widow WaJoun-a with Shakspcarc under GeorsT- *11 :.11"* kept in operation, during the day. and hun. The businessrof the southern merchants,and 8 :1 '
f writes to the New York Tribunejthe ; dreds of spectators witnessed. and were, aston.ished .- the incomes of most of southenrrancherw, B u 1 i' 1!: ,_ It _
'Madam Mr. Brace '
- said General Uncle Toby, opening: 'nt Us t ceSS will not warrant the payment of their quota .

" Ms book at the marked, place; with .be solem:11t1 foliowingdescription. Georgy.- the Arnold ,The-motli" power Is obtained by the"gener.- towards the expenses or ourgovernrnezt. _Noris .3.fldtilugPeaItfon WoTiW'eaIthTWM*: .
The Marion the
of a special pleaderat the.bar-'Madam- ofnungar1! ation and expansion, .by heut of ,carbonioieidgas : it fair'(or ns'to 1l8klt'oCthem.-- wh le r Ala that the '

'Rudo am I in inypeeeh.- In reg3r'l t {'Gecrgy, one or'my frlcnd s here, ; Common whitingsulphuric acid". 1n .South find -thattbCir prOperty-1s-btin: -a'1 n'upby ; WcausIiri. the-late.c&. ivass espied: .

ADd !little Wcss'd with the pet phrase of pcaf*; lately'remarkedJ,4tha.t heWal the"opposIte of water,'are:used in jrenerating this gas, -_-- the-.. taxes.. ADd IC this atef thlflg&ccittinnes ,:: : 'perJann i: n e its-acgxiJcscetice.iii the dkision'pa.
| Tifl.arzi1ee thead anns of mino had seven yea"pith,I KoSuth:"KoSs th, was 0.' lIulYgnri'n and 'tboi1fr" which these components are held is' many yc rswill. nottlapsebefor ehiy !' 'ofille, Sotiih/auaaddsihirhereaftert'wiU '
now ; )
com DinG moons wwtod they have wed anything buta Han- similar in shape ,and else to common bomn- wcaltyman among themulIl, be a: hegga '
i kur dcarwt action in the,tcntod field nothing 1soorg1 was fight the battl (the 8ouhott the Democratic -
; ;
1 And little cf this great world can I speak, gar'iaflThere: . '\ shell;l.- small furnace, about the size Of one .Th't rire i nanimousintkispCtitiOfl tor."J'seiaintlod. ,platformThe: ditor.3yI1' 1UJ 'l ': : :: 'r
i M 1_*>re tlum pertains to feats of broil.nd battle; IS much truth In the"remark. ..GeorgyDey'er orh1trs) : ParodIats, w t.tul of,gni--. We h v6'thpol'e.to:0: t, t.mf [ : ''For our foWtp rt-wo laee 12ot'btng ttei'-:
I 4DQ tb erCloro'- has had the ;le st iynipatby'with either tedcharOoala furnishestheproiel1ing req'l1! e'sbea iforbrse it is ttne,but iwe take this st p, It e | ,than to fall back upon DemocraUc plattbthi '

Here the General closed the book; yipc(? .h'is I the virtues o'r the weaknesses ort'his countrymCn : Ibis e g1ne.ot'h'en' 11iTe lookcd'upon in no the light 'than.tb'e'trauD'cal and assist n-piakingthcpninelplesOithe De 1.ocratio :
of few .''he relaU.e poweifsteam and ,' exercise of poWer an the part tc, majority; .
Othe:1dJ looked up at the ceiling and sold I .- A. man of[ a.eold stern nat 1re 'pow ; carat pO.rtythoproainentpo1icotth&coun. { -
i -1 i kaipamolicgasp, /nant to get.marriedW) 'words Bnd.tremeQd! deeds, ; he always laugh'ed Donic.acid; gai' r.-unM! ,stated.,' .Wnterl. theywish to go hd re,: nD 1 uto 1Ii 1ft thewIshit'Ii .triJ1For*limLlMion oLtheowenzofthe Fed. ; -' -

1 The widow laughed for.teu minutes by toe ovcrth'M g'ar'fire, eloqu nce and pat-! the boiling paint gives n prflSufO ; >sto theipir1tOfrepUb1caniSm- ,- tolet 11' ,, :eraLGoyerttmtnand opoaition%othat bane of .
WItch 'tlie' t'l1lsenw he displayed at 'the squire ii w i _thoddition: of30degrees :: them go. -
.before she 'could utter a aylable and I j otis: Despite the So th.44hIgb potectlve-tariffa dathathtCnaCeofihedodninoLStatesBIghtI ;
tbe5 tho 'said with 'precious 'tears_ of humor, : Jut there is something very striking out his : of he:tth'biTr.' Is oubie, rlgivlng 30 .IV fDil adm* that.if wratio! :t "{)1 aft; : we cani,')

wiling I down her, good-natured ',checks,1And I 1 chara1cter: f. lP tTAItOTcbOWD1110; COlflmonone. pobnd-and lo ondenbllng'with enrl'l.ddi- there 3 peat preliebiWyof-" t *'duffiozi'iSZaVCy I l ok.i ont.toa1he emocraUo 'partfJJ Acting t
IQ 1 j U It you,want to General' : tion of 3Qdegxees.ofhcatuntIlWO bavp 3,84Qi I iii.fO ths tTrit"1.!.: ButCo 5istenC&Sj u'po i-tlais rconTictiodiithecrestilt of-our'best- q -:
Tx>u marry, commenced in n characteristicWIY pounds ,unc1r a heat of452, ,egre.es---aJ heat weI.ndtbe'havethe: iam'e rig1it: t fnro. .take ui1stind'on Jwaocrtu- ..
? niJ Uncle, Tobytflourishing! hIV sword I I His cl1recr ; t : j udgment'w
wi&the It z0lUde1t1bu
duce thlLt'We bdd io '
44V na'Q the : and nssainlng military altitf by bis hlngiiag up;' when''w' *s only_a wliich'no 1Cnin4can' e1\aurc. Jut IC. platfOrm. forenort4rwo, ; : "* ''t
air : l 'ng
h ft.t' thiboilingjQlntcg1T6 T1o ouhl nrgnineitt e'IitlY: 8ee ;urged
sde defiance ar If he expected an.assault Majorone or the first-noblemefli0 .Hungarlfor carbn'2P .degrecsof_ 9qJ :. Tbohigparty-ofthQStuth1'trtt19.1lY di> -
-from: the widow;immediately.' t acheria8 ind Ierent11.ns !if thoman bsci ; .1,080 Jbs, ,40 degreeafftf LO0 lnsta dlSIOn nppe lit,T1f' H atf A-1.o organlze U cannevemAkentherstafld. :' -

I JWillYu'klU mG if Irtarry jo* 'PiId' tho been:'a"r nawaytirUWnter. The affairmade. a rloilndH.sP,4egr c 3 4,320 SsSSa: of wrindderatiom two sIiieandlVIi 'cortaInI It isneibsLauce deserjingf.pf.lt that: tlpoI it8pflflCipleI&dth53T': "Jc : -
aneYeryprnml-: ,4soJb greater! ,P1'e. lpi,th ; Ztbe Ioadetofibo'partysCe .
nohennd brought.h1l ., II has dontC dertffozyeai3
( merry twinkle, m her eye. greLt T : :
conytinIier by,allowing! the southern coast p ion: t'Ca! '
hferboursewaa, 41 degre or..heat give bl U eir.e1f'or' o"dJ to' -
oJ otdiitji.replied! 'Toby in i ninbs t neDtl1 Unchj l : QI f into'iteat l 'Nd'on1rdoes thIs inTCnbonmutJpJl'po1J :; hernia to leave ttilattfye4it. be ljstrouc!dzndthust :,
'rliollJ and, 1.(10 ."U.h. his f18 G 4lscbarge : upthIofai" ,suitheyiplesent dauring tbeIast
depfccatlog : '

\ stsuclian, 1 daga'4: tPnet.Bl: i're1i pt r fS 1 )SSsSfe oad. i ,9 ers a ..!Sra! *!:*.council' cxpenetO,lm ere i ftnltet.Yi'lbu, t' a o i l1t.-M rednceB'th qe; VnoazhWrethstoxtwldohtbtattt4tO)k jrtlt ttlpqfif.'rrec1t'tJ' e :.:.uPotiU1 ctdiOf'tojjght l tUni( n.'ttli next.iresidentIa1 d5 DisJ ,cam.pajgn.W4thsuch1iigl : d'.', '

iti ''tJhnJ A 'gucei'yit' > 8 ihI' 'tie r They bii.e-to1am&they11iaTo9Pen scn. i him iI' item ouelor j A rs clasasteasner" KrsaasfyWertheNertha: : : 11S likely\& ,we shailtak nea !.. .
rnury joo. around him cinniti and New Orleans'golng re the Southi'the$ ., vr
C "'t" :the midst otn IcartuNchaige! ;; Ci chctF narlo_" U' ); : ..
l1hnk 'unl' ; /!b t. sltthgqUiCtI7iPfl_ his bor8 ..).wich pistoLin logf Js between l liOQO'' and $t 200 f 'whereas: ]ipuldYelg; tJD1ht'I1rgft\ri'eii p :..e L-f ,-_ -_ -- ,k jj2frJ1ou -
" t you, : 'saWtwUncleToby ; t o .'The moment? b, cun ia18 or p pel\ingd e. look'upon the tempest*ihutjustd3mnlenced "- li t v i t'iIl uT-l'aia.. J i tio a.

r7otigp.IDJt'laDbound't, ." 'Jfl tCl1y'. ,u'omubmf..t' :f: 't: '_ 6": "'b i'A J.1d11tnO'J ufii1 inc1he s'bot enem1,1urniaunreIei4rng7. b&Tthe-f-ame .distance 07 carbon h The-- ,$. uth"Qt..,." ,deteTrni1ied.. -" '.1i:-int1orJu'- -"' l1"fU 814" lirlum of tbatc. < : .




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':- -..,' _., ,"",, -... _,'-- .,,.... ,....' ,,' .!__ ..J .. --'< ._,.. : =" ind its'bullies and wntemnert of the- 178,000 Whigs:who S. 1hai;; i
J bravo supported
I Pre" tAt Pm l cannot be.n.1Ued'la Presidential contest j and this Convention.' So toon as YeCe1YedWe'PUpublish "
I while the proceedings i and upecttomakett law bui they'can be made to feel that the law Such,are the mazes of obscuritymen iatav ..
TIle WkII't id th hbaft. they prostrated common enemyand '
, The last Pennsylvania election has tealed dragged out Into'the _light of' day the secrefenemy. plans and purpoIII,It1l"&t"object; of edvan Is b-ol ger U1 D}! i aD the)! :thet 'wJU' respect'lL are betrayed when they forsake tratk i J. ,

the fate of political sectionalism. It has made ,and fastened in firm'soil the flag of cine the .Planters7:: -'he.'l11bject: of Our community has ,been as orderly candor, and derote theselTeitothemof Pt a:

, : r one fact historical-that no candidate for the Constitutional Freedom, have strengthened very many article," original lt communicated and peaceable In the world It is only a bad cause,by mneans'otdeceptjreprtSentttOfl. .t
Presidency the platform from which, themselves, aided the cause of their brethren and selected hereafter. VaflJI GtOfp"THij as' any i&4 fai.;.
I occupying turbulent -*
in and the South and of late-we h'eb.Ad indications of. a -\
William F. Johnston has fallen, can ever get other States. given new t .
-f the vote of our sterling Commonwealth.. The glorious hope for the protection of ther most NEWS..c spirit among' ft portion_of our inhabitants, andIt ,It is !no easy matter to determine,. 'froajarticle

, example of the Democracy Pennsylvania sacred rightsand their most inestimable priva-; is, perhaps, because the thing Is..so novel In the, Republican,whether our coteapj., oD

; I baa .lone of madi kh. Whigs it Inevitable like and now confeslons the divisions leges. : amongst us; that we: tolerate; it with so little r .rt 1 Is more disposed to weep or rejoice'CL?' C
are so
I oUts truth-so many confirmations many of what The Burial of hnstonlsm Ia Pennsylvania. patience,'and have determined to put it down. I the defeat Ithe Whig abolition .candid -I j. oj

f was undoubted and strong, without even these In an extra of the West Chester (Pa.) Republican Pen syieanIL. It he.rejoices lflbjgd5.t'-

new evidences. This example was so bold, so we find the following clever sketck: ANOTHER MATTER FROM GOV. BROWN. not say the "Democrats! acted, noblv" fo. /' 1.1c1
decided, so independent of all fractions or sections last to notice ..
that many who admired the courage GRAND FUNERAL PROCESSION We had occasion, week before. eating him, and that they are the onljytjj.bleparyatthe ] .

which asserted it, refrained from aiding it lest OF WHIGS, ABOLITIONISTS AND NO -VUTI1tS. a Utter written by Gov. ,Brown_ to the Editor North-the' only party tbJo
I their temerity might have involved them in Will take place in West Chester, on Friday FLA. of the Jacksonville: Bepallican, ,to vindicate ',Southern men can .unite to j
preserve iii
what, to them, seemed afore-ordained over. next, 24th Oct., in memory of the lamented JACKSONVILLE, "the highest functionary in the State" from Union and that the "
;. Whigs ought to
leader the late Hon. he
4 throw. If no other result follows the election I of the.Woolly-Head Party, deneo, .,
"mutualfriends *
of Bigler but that which teaches intrepidity Wm.' F. Johnston. The line will form on Quaker : Saturday, November 8, 1851. *, the charge brought ,against him, ced* for giving their, support to,a weil.kao

I among parties and politicians, the victory will]L Hill, the right resting West of the road, ," of having abused the pardoning pow- abolitionist,!I.I. he secretly deplores the t
be thrice glorious. It was the peculiar distinctness and will move precisely at the hour of 12 M, AGENTS FOR THE: NEWS. er. .In that letter the Governor asks for fall of the leading Whig in PennsjlTaaU

of the Democratic position here thit marching to Church street, and will then pro Tallahassee Fla. ificri. ions" to sustain the indictment W
,. aroused in different parts of the country-either ceed down Church street to Gay, down Gay to; Maj. JoaN BKABD,. "charges'and Ipe him weep in secret, and exhibit n'o more kj,: a]

: deep Interest, great anxiety, or irrepressible High, down High to Miner street, down Minerto J.; G. REARIXW, Esq., Ocala, Fla. found'agAinst him by his "mutual I terical, blubbering over his alL If tbe w\j_'
enthusiasm. Many did not believe this Zion Church, where the remains will be deposited JOHN DARLING, Esq., Tampa, Fla. friends." The mutual'friends, having backed have "chosen defeat and yielded' ale
I t position could be maintained while in the swamp in the rear of the church SI np the spoil,I I
even they Gen. S. RUSSELL Newnansville Fla. out 1m ofthe "charges and specifications"
which to :
hoped it might he so while thousands believing The Herse will be borne by prominent members Nens so tempting party union ntl .
; of the I
of the and will be covered B. FRISBY, Esq Garey's Ferry, Fla. were furnished by a correspondent than the interests of
i it would be made good, awaited the issue Party, by a pall peril the country,"
- i Vr4th: an impatience only equalled by the joy of black velvet, bearing the inscriptions GEO. CENTER, Esq, St. Augustine, Fla. last week, who seems to speak from the record have taken most. singular method tonaaifat tkrr

with which they hailed it when finally an- STATE,DEBT, Judge A. STEELE, Cedar Keys, FIn. f but before we,have time to hear (rom '
ru j jti _... ..... FUGITIVE SLAVE : their choice I'They hare united thrmstlrq
.uv- "ZGI.ig .ert".ft tp nl'l'I'-ition LAW '
Pilatka Fla. receive 'the :
I S. Esq. his Excellency and
1 II Lhe
to It, therefore, more than the feeling that i TAflIpVfW IR11, with abCllitfonis nativists,and
II too bold SINKEN FUND. which he promised and dispose of his t every oti,.
was a position. And this opposition: I .. firsif er faction that would join them to '
I{ what was it? How many honest Whigs wh" GEX. SCOTT, pj.truC'ROAD MEETING. letter another_ letter "from the G ; tkt, ]
man who "refused to take the
t I voted for Johston, now look back upon their L. BREECHES PockET BILL. We deem the time now highly propitious to Florida" is announced in a Norfolk paper, and t national gronji'. jtii
i associates in that struggle with profound I Upon arriving at the church, appropriate on the compromise and yet "they choose,
shame! No such before ercises will be performed and the melancholy revive the agitation of the project of a Plank comes heralded by some very complimentary (
army. were ever [mustered defeated t f7: Such is the logic and '
,. i : together. No such array of contradic occasion will be improved by the Rev. Samuel Road to Alligator from this place..'We quote ri, remarks about our worthy Governor, for which I arguments" forth art Ui: ,
tips was ever fused into one. That it held I : Aaron and friend J os. Dugdale. article from the Charleston Mercury to-day, we poor Floridians, 'it:' is hoped, feel duly I put to dust in the 9ra'. ,t;
i together at all is wonderful and !! THE SAD RITES Southern Whigs, and conceal from them
j especial;r which shows that our great natural resources grateful. The second letter takes much widerscope : tit! es1o
is this so, when we contemplate it discorJan L Will close by friend Newlin and James singing real.position parties, and the true state
the are understood abroad. The enterprising than the first. The first was onllloc.,1nnd I of
and down-trodden. following verses, composed before the election sitif public sentiment, in the Northern States
The Abolitionist,who believe that the Chris : zens and men capitalboth Savannah I functional, the .second is comprehensive of t&..

I tianna murderers did God's service in rt'sisting, From the Register and Examiner. Charleston, are now looking with anxiety to a and Presidential. The principal thing the Union. icrbe

the law and in dyeing their hands in human I AIR-Let Feds and Whigs and Renegales. future increase of trade and intercourse with] Governor seems to'dread is the re-organization INTERCOURSE'
blood, side by side with the metropolitan Whig WITH FLORIDA.The .
Whiie Locofoco demagogues oorState to an indefinite extent and amountandwe of the old for if the Democratic
who believed in Htnry Clay and: Daniel Web Arc parties; party steamship Florida was launched at Ores,;.:
std ; the free soiler who bated the fugitive Our country plotting with our stentorian ruin, voice have every assurance that the men of capital L- throughout the States should reunite on its point, L. L,on Friday last She haq been bniltfcr

; slave law, side by side with the furious Whig Cries "Whigs,be up ane doin' !' of both those cities will second, with their old platform, he knows very well it is "all day" first:Messrs.of the J. Caldwell line intended&to Co.,of between ibis city, and is ft),* rbIc

i defender of the compromise measures; the Na. The cry was raised, the Keystone Suite,' ply Chariest**
wean!, any bona fide and earnest attempt madeat with the Federalists. lIe thinks the most ef- and Jacksonville. Fla. The Florida is a
tivist remark
who the It o'er hill
.1 g opposed adopted citizen, and t rings and valley: bly fine vessel other class
; the Whig adopted citizen who believed in John And soon you'll see. bow at the cell, home to carry into effect this scheme. fectuil: way to prevent the dreaded union of special reference to the comfort, and has and been built witi

t ston's professions ;Burleigh and M'Kim, the Her glorious Whigs will rally We are aware that the prospect of a speedy; the Democratic party,is to keep'up the cry of tion of passengers. The'connection of accommoda.Charleston

I Abolition leaders, on one hand, associated wit] The gaping locofoco CHORUS fiats: commencement of the Atlantic and Gulf Rail "Union" and "Disunion." These cries have with Florida promises advantages of an eadanu' : uSIl

L the to see noisy in opponents Johnston the Abolition best who claimed of the Gulled by each juggling wriggler road is regarded- by- some as superceding- the. done good service already, and although the t and*. 1..important one v.r the character.rip.Ju'dn__ ._ That.u._ TT State_:__ .i is ,destaed__ i.. '
_champion Can! swallow CamDbeIJ8.! strain at. fJnflta. nn -- -- ---- ''UAUUU. au" .IICI.II
recent measures of Compromise J Amazing ns But they'll bo choked with Bigler.- : --' necessity of a Plank road ; but this is not the compromise questions are now at rest by the the peculiarity of its coast that it is never like"

,4 4' it is, that this mass of hostile elements could The members of the recent Abolition Con- case. The Railroad will not touch the saction acquiescence of the people of the South, still valuable to have a commerce great seaport that of is it to* own. Hence ah flu y,:
; result from the ci:
S S front hold together, and could present so bold a vention, also the Colored Brethren and Fugitive country :1towbich it is proposed to carry: the keep up the agitation, for there is not the pling and cultivation of this fertile peninsula pe it o-i\ beU3
against the solid ranks of National
t the fact is our Negroes, and all others who sympathizewith Plank Road. The building the former, so far' slightest chance for the Federal party to retain prize offered to the competition of the Atlantic ti' ,
now beyond argument tles. Charleston
TUE PARTY on account of the late mel- from her position and from I.
S I as it is beyond doubt, that no human power can nncholy bereavement: are cordially and earn- from depreciating the stock of the latter, will; power, unless they can use some humbugor affinities of the Florida people with those of eu

S I reunite that which has been condemned by the estly invited to be present and participate in enhance its value to a very great extent, as the other to draw off Democratic votes. The State,has more than an equal chance in this mtlrr.. or !

:' firt of the affronted and aroused majority the proceedings of the day. onemust the other this We have but to properly encourage all the honest' re.bo
f necessarily cross near "no-yartyism, and the rno friends to reward" efforts that made
Can General are to advance
Scott re-unite these disintegrated By order of tbe Committee. the interests ofotr
- S factions? As well might Governor John- FREDERICK DOUGLASS. place, and the Plank Road will thus become humbug of the last Presidential election, served city in this direction to secure very large share in

; Eton essay to do it, after leading them into a GEORGE THOMPSON.The one of the main feeders of the RaiJroad; and their day, and cannot be used again shortly turn a trade enlargement which is already of which considerable, and the I fb-
is almost .
.i i conflict which the beyond eon.jratation. :
whole South regarded as an even lithe latter should prove injurious the another must be found! and !own .
1 onset-and which he
was scarcely less than an Macon Fair. town Jacksonville, (which we dOnot, thinkat thinksand indeed most We clip the above
I f' onset upon her fundamental rights and inter- of the t1t. /iiink, from the Charleston 3r' flU

S ii ests. General Scott is now the embodiment of We regret that a full account of the Fair at all necessary or probable,) yet it must keepup that the new humbug will last the cury. We rejoice to hear of the state otto, r' '

t ; the very sentiment which fell in this State Macon, promised by a competent friend, has the value of the Plank Road. Our object wardncssof the
the on failed to reach us. The occason! was one ofdeep next Presidential election. But we beg leaveto steamship Florida, and cordially .

( with 24th the of October.resolution His name which was intertwined refused to and varied interest. The crowd in attendance however, is not to argue the matter now, but differ ,in opinion with his Excellency, and endorse most of the remarks of the .M 1., re;
I i S sanction the Constitutional enactment in regard was immense: too great; for the comfortof merely to cill the attention of our citizens to I the whole Federal party. We believe the Dem. cur,. Though we cannot agree that our State

. I: to the Fugitive Slave Laws adopted at'Lancaster the individuals is borne to composing the politeness it. attention Yet high and testimony this subject. We propose a meeting, for the ocrats have got their"eyes skinned," and will is never to have n great seaport of its own.jtt laytxlIi N

t :,. fors by and his after own avowed blended friends.with: His cause be- arrangement at the hotels, while,the hospitality purpose of consultation in this matter, to be not, this time, be found playing into the hands we admit the probabilities ar that we dull I
t was Johnston's.Had .
] ;' he traversed the State with Johnston, he : private families is worthy of all commen- held in our town some time during,Court week,, of the old enemy. But we shall see, nests be for seme time to come, dependant upon tit

J ; S conld not have been more identified with the dation.Of which commences on the 17th inst. What say verron. seaports of our neighboring States for a war- .,

I issue. Will Fillmore or Webster unite the the Exhibitbn, it is enough to say that it our people? And what gay the people of Columbia ket for the superlbunJnncl" of
Whigs? Why we are daily told by Governor was not unworthy of this great State; yet ten ? Cannot PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION. produce waicl roe
themselves and
i Johnston's years hence it will probably be looked back to they arouse we shall have for exportation in a few eye
family that their influence The efforts of the yearnThe
organ persevering Whig politicians
as but A beginning in comparison with what send delegates to our meeting? We know of is to
destroyed him on the 14th of October; and this and Mercury light in saying that our Stale)
in the South
will then be shown. In addition to the contributions somo gentlemen there who have the newspapers to
told while disposition
t we are the most violent denuncia- is destinad to be one of the
tions from Georgia; there were a number of delude their followers, as to the position of the in tl to, !11'C
are heaped upon these, the chosen leaders and ability to place this matter in its Union and 0com
of the Compromise Whigs. But,it will be said I of highly other interesting specimens of the industry true light before the people .if they have the Whig party in the Northern States on the we are happy to find that its resources :
Southern States. Acoieac
S that Whig quarrels are nothing and that a Among these may slavery question-and the unblushing state- are becoming understood abroid: sod:
be mentioned, as attracting most notice opportunity. Let us'make one for them. ;
Whig Convention will in
particularly the
soon tha doubting neighboring States of Georgia
I" conciliate the irritable and the rebel-, beautiful Steam Engine from the factory of ments they publish to prove that "all parties AI
coerce and
lious. Let us see. Will the Whigs of the Messrs. Gindrat & Co., of Montgomery-- IMPORTANT SEIZURE! are alike"-and Democracy' no more reliable the Carolinas. Those States ought!to tinnluti!

[f South, who now all profess to be Union men, bama, and the Axes, and other Edge Tools of ALL CUSTOM-HOUSEDOM IN MOTION!! than Whiggery well illustrated by an editorial regard Florida as their colony: and take usE!a.
'I excellence Messrs. R.Archer & Co., of Richmond Virgin- On Thursday 'last a -sma1l'sChooner.which' der their 0:
S par -vlll they enter into a national in the last Florida Republican, on the fostering care and protection. Onr
Whig Convention with the Ohio New York ilL The latter are we unierstand the product: passed down the river the before 1ft!
S and day was population is composed
of slave Pennsylvania election.' chiefly emigrants
labor .
Pcnsylvania in the were made in Richmond, at a We'quote : uorthe (
delegations hands of the
0 friends of eott. ncainst, whom the Southern factory established for the especial purpose of seized by order of our vigilant Collector, suspected "In Pennsylvania Whig candidate for Govern from their borders, and their affinities nit : }

S Whigs are solmnly commuted, as the confidential supplying the Southern States. They seemedto having on board the armament of the or has been defeated because a large portion of his rally incline them towards the places of their

candidate of their enemis? And if this be, and indeed are warranted to be, quite Pampero. Curiosity S on tiptoe as'the little own party stood aloof from him, and many cast nativity, uhich is
their votes for his feeling kept alive '
by oarcoa-!
to the
obstacle did not interpose and the equal same articles manufactured by opponent on account of the failure ThW
luto the Whig Convention, and the South Fillmore comeS Collins, of Connecticut. We sincerely bore craft was brought up, in custody, and placed .of the Whig candidate to take a properlynational tiguity to them. We have often thought, t&af!
and Webster men had their representatives that extensive supplies of them will at once alongside Pampero. The mysterious boxes, has been position defeated on the and compromise because the true question He the policy of those States should be to rage : .his t

from the Middle, and Western. and Eastern be introduced into this State to the exclusion supposed to be filled with deadly weapons and Pennsylvania-the' sentiment of the sentimentof patriotic emigration to Florida. instead of to toe eneaui
j States in that body how much similar tools made by the Free Soil labor of masses of that State has been
.: hope would New En2land. "villainous gunpowder. were taken aboard the ,in favor of princi- West or South-West.; theynre' likely derive '
p lucre pIes rsrvftfv..:tint d*>strn,tirnnt. the TTninn to 061.'ne.
ue u* bringing together upon one man < _.., nr.:
ill-fated -- -- --
those who arc now ready to spring at each oth- The Agricultural Addresscf Judge Andrews, cteamer; the official functionaries which feeling the Whigs entertain their full share, ( nearly much benefit from their industry

ers' throats, because of the recent Whig disaster was an admirable performance. riot wanting were in anxious readiness tAke inventory and, have noblydisplayedit on the occasion referred here, ns if they had remained at their oil ente

in thU State? Would Johnston meet Cooper 1 in impressive and touching eloquence, it was of the rich spoils of' muskets, rifles, swords, have to. All chosen honor defeat to Pennsylvania, Whigs! They. homes besides the political : Tbe..I
-they have importance of n-
especially commendable for the yielded the
Would sound
up ,
meet Sullivan? Would Mere revolvers and !
dith meet Randall and practical wisdom'which peruaded it. Its pistols, blunderbusses of the late than poiJ.which are so tempting to party union,rather creasing the power and strength of our section

But, to come to States:-How long would it publication, even more than its delivery, will IiHtbvsters; but alas for human hopes and _peril the interests of their country." of the Union.

S require to unite Massachusetts upon Webster, add to the reputation of its author. He could appetites they were not to be found Although 'By: tbo returns of the late election for Governor More especially arc the cities of Savannah

still her citizen, but no more the champion or not have received a higher compliment from it was not precisely"a beggarly accountof in Pennsylvania, it' appears that about and :Charleston! 'interested' in We
his large audience than their our welfare and
1 the doctrines of sectionalism, which are incor- two hours while attention,during empty boxes," it was the next thing to it-it 178,000 Whigs cast their votes for the Dot .ri- progress and wo are )'InilJ
porated with the very existence of exposed, as most of them rrjoiced perceive tbej '
,. How long would it require to unite'New Whiggery York were,to the rays of a hot sun. was a collection of old harness, decayed car- ous abolitionist Johnston-for the man "who are beginning to consider the ,

t upon Fillmarj, still her citizen, but assailed by Bishop Elliot's Horticultural address we did'I touch boxes, rusty tin cups, and a number of hAd refused to take a prper1ynati: groom worth ontebdingfor.Ve golden prizi :tCIlI':

:. Seward,and Greely,and Weed,and the aroused not hear, but doubt not that it was worthy the I similar valuable articles, too tedious, to mention on the compromise question. "He has'been go and would say to them, era
. sentiment of reputation of its accomplished and I ahtn we will repay with handsome Caal
fanaticism universally you
S S as deserter from the How far the Collector has defeated/1 says the -
narrow faith of agitation How soon would esteemed author. We hope that in the due time a right to Republican, -'because the interest.. all. ,the_ capital and iris.e
,I, S Pennsylvania go for either,with Johnston, who it will be given to the public in a printed form. seize vessels and merchandize under such circumstances true sentiment of Pennsylvania-the sentiment expend upon our account. joa' !

! got 179,000 Whig votes on the 14th, at the It woul per haps be unpardonable even in this is a question that will probably be of the patriotic masses of the Stitc: -has been u S

, threshold, railing at them as the foes of Penn- very meager notice of the occasion which car- decided by the competent tribunal .Therein in favor of principles preservative not destruc I 'VIRGINIA ELECTION. tiorad
S sy Ivania interests and of himself? Well would ned to many persons to Macon, not to bear testimony I That : tJ
Ohio go for either, after going against Taylor to the beauty which graced it. The great zeal flom-a. aYI to preserve our neutrality the, of the Union, of which feeling the Whigs sterling Democratic journal,the Lynch.. tUetPOn

in 1848 fairest of all the there with Concha! entertain their full share and burg Reprtblicon, thus announces ,
S % ,because he belonged to a region which I sights seen were Georgin's have nobly displayed the late gh)

their alleged defection declared to have con- fair daughters( beautiful exceedinglie'we it on the occasion referred to. All hon- rionsDemn9cratic'vctory: ; ; in Virginia. All tail '_ JOnr

ciliated 7 And if these leaders are thus weakened -( wonder if angels are more so 1)) Without JPUBLIC_SEIVTIBIENT. or, to Pennsylvania Whigs!" ONE" to, .the Old Dominion !- !'Sitt
at home, would it be easy to bring their their presence, the exhibition with all,its in- The last Republican has an article under the HUNDRED S t be tn

friends into the support of the candidate of herent attractions, would have been comparatively above caption, in condemnation of the barbarous AI D SEVENTY-EIGHT THOUSAND, Pennsylvania; GLORIOUS VICTORY ;.. CZ1odDa

S their foes as of the representative of the principle a dull affair. _All .manner.of blessings practice of habitually Whigs cast their votes for thcabolitionist can- CROW! CHAPMAN! CROW !;t rl'S, ,

they themselves are openly.charged wtih mat blessedness to them who added so much to carrying "secret didate-being the 'full THE SOVEREIGNTY, OP .' : sts
having its interest-Savannah weapons," In which we fully concur.. The J, ,or,' nearly] the full : THE "OLD VOXIssOEL'The
We Georgian.Cotton
need not enlarge upn Whig vote,of the State_ Constitution of the treat ]
S and for this "all United; States tk ...
this idea; nor need we ask, this toipg the state press ,by Its united voice, can: do'A great ,deal honor Institutions U I arano
S of the Planter'* Contention. is due Pennsylvania of the South safe!I!
game among the Northern towards Whigs7!: The Democratic
Whigs how bringing this ab
practiceinto -
; We have i disgrace and '. i., powsift,
their rarely attended the BQCOCK AND CASEIS'
chances session cast
be of
improved in the South, a more but parry its. full vote
disrepute! after all it agiinst tbe .
: Scott respectable,talented and ; can act only an anx.I t triumphantly
plays for the Northern vote,and has play numerous body of men Whig abolitionist elected t
S ed for it, alone; and Webster and .Fillmore than the Convention of Cotton Planters, which Illary part. It Is.the,officers of the 'law:" the- and' ndid.ntcJ andeE'cated: him; ; could not raise met last week in Macon. The courts the yet,"all honor" is due, for his defeat d.Ie1t44t..
: S their Standard the South following,is its ,juries, and.public.prosecutors, that .to i "S. "A.ftD aOl
unless they could show the,Whigs .in that sec ,officer: must perform th .chief part in the 178,000 Whigs who'supported' him !II This :THEC6UNION HUMBUG SLOWED lItttYet
tion that they could offset Ex-Governor Mosely, of Florida-'Prel reforming the is : :SKT' ; ,
Democratic losses inS enta ,evil. a,fair specimen of thV mauner in I !' t ,"
They must which
the Slave States with Whig gains in the Free S VICE F&EsJnEl'CTs.-B. S. 'Bibb, Ala ,Wm. vindicate the Insulted majfs- : the Huzza:! fluz1'II'uzzaIE!" I
f ; ; j greatbody! of the Southern bI"tlt.
t. .. ftS&fpqS Rcrrell.J Ga John tv of tl law : Whiga is deceived :
G.Gambl--*.. -P1.1Aa..1.._, .n... :e, andbrID2.ltstolatm.'I\I', ,,11' : .' .
'f Bryan,La 'N. B. CroweU --.1'- --:---, 00'& and trifled with. hv. tho wt.f/ np-.cr.J; : ,: blcotaIa
; s. C. w ,
R.S. Archer degrees high -
These< and low COMPLJMENTARV
difference are not only personal/. Va ; to feel acknowledge -.0 I' U\4 If nJg VERY ,
t S ; Solomon McAlpine, Ala;: James M. Chambers itz politicians in whom they : The New Fork.
PtrlDntlllifftrmeu trust Tribune
I art toon healed when then it Ga N. B. power. Where the law: is ,vitiated Their party makes the following
Powell ; with
a solid agreement upon Principle. When:men. Holt Ga ;..N \V Ala, Thaddeus, G. impunity the feelings and attachments'aie.played remarks. ,:about',the Georgia A. "
I hate each other ; Phi1l1psi:Miss; ,Thos. A1Deck community isdemoralized,_the : upon,, and Legislature i and i
and differ In : abused the '
behalf, union personally is Impossible and'all political Miss ; and L.B. Mercer tilL 'confidence of the"citizens! its protective pow1- by designing demagogues ,and: me.tce.. probable:candidates: for ,the seat _In th 1,1'is

S- success dream and hope of SECRETAWEs-Nathan Bass, Ga Wm. "'Po erie weakened_ or nary" editors, and they"arth S United,States. Senate in the ', IDtleablQLd
a cheat This is the case. Gould Ala and J. Enowles. ;' destroyed.-:and the. law of unintentionally place of AIr Bcrrien. -,, :

with the Whig leaders' and it is this which We have;no intelligence of the Ga. force must necessarily supercede ''the:: regular" :betrayed into the support, otthe party at the .' Qreeley i ,se.ems to.have \, poor"opinion of'I ,deep
will '
S destroy them wbenevertheyarebrought before his Convention. final action of administration of North, which:ever has beenf and ;M!.. Toombs., Hp' probably Ollt Ui,
tha people for re-election to national That its assemblage wil], re justice. The pardoning pow theirdeadliest ever will!. be,. hita baa not (forgive;
: er. The Democrats of'.the country pow salt either an early or a remote day in greatly er, wehrldgid'jntho hands'of: I enemy.- .. for his ::denunciations of the,Whig partv* forget
} a 'public the
the "Who will Sol
advancing North.
their strenth by A complete interests of the planter, we prosecutor or Governor say that ,thcWh1gof Pennsylva LttUe.AJick has : *
:.combination : be probably .never ye
upon doubt not. The may_ perverted -.DI..
faith; by .. ,thorough stand which, it has taken in the nia;Jiavenot acted declared that': *
agreement most nobly when ;the
r and eternal upon broad behalfofDirectTrs4e with Continental purposes, and It behooves. compared,'with Whigs North: and South can,* 'it tJ
principles; ;and those who do not Is of itself- Europe, the people to keep the Democrats of :the same StateV': ,never again coalesce that
come to these emcugh to cause this a strict watch ,says :; 11
body ov : our
t are either.lost. in the tide ot.re..- long rthepub.: I.
resistless triumph, or hurled into the ranks of tore be remembered... Mr. ,Bailor having laid be. ..Ito functionaries J invested with-this'dangerous consistent' and, perspicuous'DegJi! of. *8o :the GEoJtGJ.LThe new Legislature rlhll Stat.S. L at tora 1 h:

S opposition. In the acclaim that seals our def Convention his views and plans in reation :prerogative., public,_sentiment& & Democrats,_,.whodefeated., ,the,\abolition candididate -politically S .&na1-UuIou as follows: .. 1.1'1' ItotIJ11th
-.. votion to one political belief to this-matter, they ,,were received.with "as justly; acted'less ; 30 ,$tateRlgbts, 8.r ,
the voice of;,the the most remarked ,by ourj ;"nobly" than I .. :JJO1se.Uaion-lO3.,
:'JI; enthusiastic' cotemporary ia' : thelVhJgswho SStI.teRIgbtZ i,:. IpQk,
recusant applause. 29. .
drowned. 80 with : Our readers perfectly, cast for T0intfleZ1ot.tJnIo ,
at the last election. Her. Pennsylvania may,expect: the address of this gentleman at an sound on these, polats,.and 'will sustain he-of-, him tbe! .whole TOte of their.parly u. 1'X'4lJn1on'I7.8. m.jority.lO5.. t.t'<
fought early : numerically a PresideDUalbatt1e a Preal. promised; us a copy, a :and ;the' conductors ort1i': ; defeated. Because;'tit .HoD. J'ohn M.Derrien Q
few ,
F hntLa1 vote, tnd contended, against *"foe:that j i At.minutes'present after,we. forbear its delivery, _,_ press, ,Inj suppressing and. annihilating: 4the true sentiment,of.the- ..patriotic.:masses of! the. :bel':g054 RobToomlaWhmamb of the r.poztedtb'4,,, ud metJt .:,..... iliaDi'tbtr
: any farther,notice of Statc"were ; Rouse will be ciosea.
to hlin II
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1; "l "has Eve tames the brains, ten tunes distorted to a,palliation of slavery white or POINSETT'srINDIAN ".; ,'
,. 1 atI.e capacity.,' and ought by an black; but we warn the wholesome::sympathiesof -
le t.,ru.:it d .Dew Senator. our readers JOXEC.UST.
6 .,..m against' trading. and officious "i
Fatv1ttr1 <-
: .... Btlte the following extract.from a letter THE'MOST CERTAIN AND\ SAFE REMEDY
W'ashlllgton correspondent of the N. O. J8 FOR THE CURE OF ;

i &h'CIA the subject of the Florida Interest In this 4 town, on the 6th inst, by the ilea JohnC. BY THE WELAKA.By "Chronic- 'lX8nh a and Dysentery !r

, TTe see from all quarters expressions Ley, Mr. Francis B. Land; to Hiss Catharine Which has ever lie presented to the pdli&. It i. .

[Son in for of the justice of, this claim, McRaine all of this county the arrival of the steam-packet Wclaka, .ttandt pon its ran merits,end needs no pvf-g. .. .

a desire that the Government should disc BY THE MAGNOLIA this morning, from Savannah-we. are in pos BIT:: HAS NOT .'FAILED IN A .

t Awrttfc v obligation without further delay: (9fJftu session of the latest Savannah papers.' SINGLE INSTANCElio "

attorneys for the payment interest on DIED, in this town, on the morning of the 6th THIS Valuable: preparation is" compounded

. lie Florida[claims Messrs. Charles E. Sher- inst., JOHN' ALEXANDER, son of Alexander Will- eitgrac ptitt :Nttui. Telegraphed to the SavanruA N ftC6. several medicinal roots growiusrin.the c
;y e Cost Johnson David: L. Yulee Wilds of Florida. It is rusxirand
Trillion iam and Amelia Crichton, aged two yean and seven BALTIMORE,Nor.6, 6.9,p. m: I wnot- .
and others LY Vegetable and
: fSsLBerrien. Thomis Ewing, : ; designed EsrEcutLT for the
i fit ,laced an irresistible array of argu- days. From the SarannaA Georgian. In this city the entire Democratic ticket has cure of the above disease The Inventor and ,

UTti p' authorities, and facts, in support oCr '"Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid NEW YORS,.Nov. 5, 6 p.m. been elected. Proprietor is folly convinced that it is an invaluable -.

cause, which they hare most! xealouslyjl them not for such is the kingdom heaven." The election throughout the State it is believed .In ,New York the cotton ,market it unchanged. Medicine. In, fact, the teat; that he

erful1y l pressed upon the members of has resulted in favor of the has given it in the town in, which he resides., .
Whigs. Sales to-day, 1500 bales.. 100 casks rice
MAIL ARRAISGEMESTS. and the astonishing svcctst with
Cabinet and upon the President, until it is which it has
L \' President has become convinced;thata'J' The Northern Mall arrives between the hours of They have a majority of ten in the Senate,and sold at three and one-eighth ((3U. .) 600 bbla met, warrants him in saying that it is a POSI- _

A/Government j the should delay action in this 10 A. M., and 4 P.1\I., on Sundays and Wednes- the Assembly is close and doubtful. The city Turpentine at three ((3)) dollars.A TIVE CURE. He has therefore cane to the

Ilnrtint matter: no longer It is given out days, and will be closed hereafter on Monday and has gone for the Democrats. In New Jersey determination 'to.place it within the reach of

J PresiJent Fillmore will direct Secretary I the Democrats have received in Charleston all, knowing how many suffer with this,very
t Thursday night at 9 o'clock. alarge majority the Le- private dispatch ; unpleasant and often
dangerous Disease
2Lnn the subject of the Florida' ,par- ,
Jvns ecctrd'af to act upon to lore ; and it is further I The Southern and Western Mails are duo on gislature. dated Mobile, 1st ,lust, states that the yellow ticularly in the Southern and Western States. _

: oat that Mr. Corwin says, if the Presi- Tuesday and Friday mornings by 1 o'clock. Foote's majority: in Mississippi, is probably fever was still prevalent there. Middling cotton purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be

:feD t thnt instructs him, he will beobliged toT The Southern Mail (by Steamboat) will be closed 20,000. Nabour, Froman and Dawson, of the I was worth 7M cents. 'Freights'tor Liverpool particular tie and look for my written' signatureon .
interest on said claims, as demanded hereafter at 11 o'clock, A.M., and the Western I I were at .
the quoted a halfpenny.
Union Lave
p ticket, been elected to Congress.The .- I refer the public below to few
! wine claimants, their attorneys and by the (by Stage) at 3 o'clock: P. M., on Sundays and selected from a certificates .
'I GflTtrnowt of Spain: through its Minister inalseonntry Wednesdays. third district is doubtful. English peculators making money in citizens among cany received from respectable -

a \ : or resign his office. The aggre- (QP" The Post Office will be open on Sunday only Michigan has gone for the.. Democrats, by London by engaging females to wear the Bloo- of Jacksonville.EGBERT, POINSETT.
of interest due on the Florida '
',t rtte amount a hilf million" of dollars.ACCIDENT. one HOUR after the arrival and assorting of the over 10,000 majority. mer costume, and deliver lectures and addresses P. S. Planters should not be without this

cJ1illlsinboat :Northern MaiLOctober upon it. They call themselves "Americans valuable Medicine. Every family ought to-

I ,1I0LT .-Last week an intergfeluMt 1st 1851.iHarfne. Excitement at Syracuse.STEACVSE !I" keep it on hand.A..M..REED .

f )bU: two years old, of Mr. Uriah Bowden, Oct.31,1851.; principal Agent for Jackson- .

" Pottsburgh creek was burned to death, .gfotsrnal. The U. S. Deputy Marshal indicted for an attempt U.S. MINT.-The coinage at the Mint in ville. i

rtsdiugon catching fire. The child was left tf Kidnap Another Fugitive Slare Philadelphia during the month of October was Jacksonville, August 1 6, 1 S3 1. ly

i JT i fa clothes Case, ete. very large, viz: 650,774 pieces of gold of the I
time in the house when the sad PORT OF JACKSONVILLE NOV. 8. ;
short ac- I
lone for a ,
The Grand Jury of this county have found value of$5.231,019 ; 713,200 pieces of silver of Notice. '
jnt occurred- It EUtTlbut a few hours. indictment the value of 548,706 ; and 675,00 copper cents. Directions for Poinsett's
an against James Lear of Missouri using Indian Lone-
; .
The U.S. Mail Steamer St. btthe'"s arrivesat The gold bullion deposited during the month coat will be found the
from an officer on the line that all on inside the
Aeleua and U.S.Deputy Marshal Allen for wrapperon
Jacksonville Savannah an attemptto of October of which
within their boundary Bow. every Sunday from was $4,754,560, $4,670,000 each bottle. Where there is fever attend- i ,

.it Iniuns frequently are visits the post at Fort Myers, and leaves every Tuesday morning.U. kidnap the negro Jerry.It was mm California, and $75,000 from other ing the disease, a purgative: should in every t

litre there is a trading; house, Sometimes ac- S. Mail Steamer: Wm.Gaston arrives eve- is reported here to-day that a fugitive sources. case be used before the L ozecnst. Should

apiniel; by as many as thirty of his men.iebimstlf .- ry Wednesday, from Savannah: : and leaves: slave, the wife of a colored man named Wan. there be a tendency toinflamation,purge mod

:! quiet and seems peaceably disposed. every Friday m6>.ning. dall., whom the Marshal had a warrant for, AHOTIER TERRITORY.INDIAN TREATY GOT. -LARGE of Minnesota ACQUISITION erately, and' give the Loxecust in smaller dose
or Ramsey, than the dose,
Jones never made< his appearance, being Steamer lagtlo1iarrives from Savannah on average
.a made her from the the aid of has conclnded with the
declares escape city by just a treaty Chippewa -
innuated. Bowlegs that and leaves evening.
Friday Saturday
,:aist: sapcr ,
Indians Pembina which the whole
some friend who had acquired a knowledge ) ,at ,by .
the country is oui of the question Of
qaittinj Steamer Welaka arrives on Saturday, from valley of the Red River of the North, a tract JACXSO:'(VILLT, May 6th, 1851.:
-le is prepireJ to die on the ground-and if Savannah, and leaves Sunday evening. the intended arrest. This morning, placards of country three hundred miles from North to This is to certify ,it is with much pleasurethat

u is mile upon him, he will hive: satisfaction Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Lake were found posted about the city, warning the South, and one hundred and fifty miles from I announce to the Public that 1 have been

!'putting the< whites stir all over the territo- Munroe Monday, and returns on Thursday. pcopfe against the kidnapper. East to West, has been acquired for an annuity effectually cured of the distressing complaint-
tsal till five them at least a six or seven called Dysentery tho
often thousand dollars and which highly recommended
per year, en-
IT'S war i ia bunting his small parties ont of "' remedy of Mr.E. Poinsett. I had resorted to,
the nd The Indians
awl Copt. Blake of Taken Custom House. JJT: A. Washington letter in the Charleston tirely ceases at of twenty years. '
a fortresses swamps from the Records of ties receive 20,000 upon the ratification of many things, but of no avail; I'was induced to,
jibima: is n-"v attempting to fulfill a contract Entered. Courier says: the treaty. try his very palatable and pleasant Mediciner

;vie .iiathc Commissioner of Indian Affairs .-Brig Sabio Sawyer, SL Augustine. Wm. C. Rives, of Virginia, Minister to and to my great satisfaction' was completely "
ible removal of the tribe for the
site peace: cured within a few days and hare
Cleared. France, is about to return home. Mr. Rives not been
:isJ sum of ten thou ind dollars, with seven 1.-Sch : New York. has been recalled, and contrary to his wishes. Notice to Passengers. troubled since with that so much dreaded dis-
Splendid, Tnnnell
additional Indian
. ;:snlre-lanl: : fifty every : Sch Sarah Shaw Matanzas. He was appointed bp Gen. Taylor, and formerly From Savannah to Palatka, ease.
held the same post under the appointmentof say cures
Via Darien Brunswick St. Marys
; Indians the of whom ,Jacksonville
; country, under
come own obserratioa within few.days. ,
Gen. Jackson Another appointment will Creek my a
Black and Picolata.
:lest one han.Ired and fifty ere wnrriors.TLelndiins .- Letters on the Climate, Soils, and not be made till after Congress meets. Thereare I cheerfully add my mite to the already .

report that the list year had been Productions of Florida. but five Whig States in the Union at pres- To ]leave Thursday, 2nd October, at 4o'clock.P. great amount testimony with, regard to your 1

namllj sickly, and the mortality among inirshad ent, and there will beat least one less in a few M. Valuable Medicine. I am, respectfully,&o,
ercsting work is for sale at the store of
: been great.-Rj>ulhcan.IV THIS J
1\1.HEARN Jr.
II.McRory,jr.. and at the "News" office, days, and therefore, the President must necessarily RATES OF FARE REDUCED. ,
To E.Poinsett .
make his appointments from Democratic Esq.JACUOllfYILL
Jacksonville. Price 25 cents.
.: rierolntioii in Northern Mexico.Thf THE new and superior fast
!:trrl States.! It is conjectured that Mr.Fillmore will E.F 15th 1851.
August ,
RtroJutionists Defeated. Poinsdtt's Indian Loxecnst offer the French mission to tIre Stuart, of Vir- steam McNELTr packet master MAGNOLIA will leave, P. Dear Sir: This will inform you that one
:Xiw OJTLEA, Oct. 30th.-By nn arrival to- ginia, Secretary of the Interior. above, and continue to leave every THURSDAY. bottle of your Medicine, called.ItrolAcLoxu- ..

r irwe have: received i advices from the Rioelade A. FEW MORE OF THE MANY CERTIFI- The same letter says:-It is rumored here Returning,will leave Palatka every Saturday morning CtSTJ has permanently cured two of my negroes

to the 23J just,bringing the latest inJ2geccc CATES. tbat Chevalier Hnlseman, the Charge de Affaires at 8 o clock and leave Jacksonville same eve- of a severe attack Dysentery. 1 con.

from the seat of war in Northern MANDARIN, FLA. Oct. 1, 1851. of Austria, yesterday communicated to nine at 9 o'clock. sider it an excellent Medicine for this com*

faico. The revolution was progressing with I Dear Sir-Some time since I was on A visit near :Mr. Webster instructions from his governmentto For freight or passage, having splendid accommodations plaint, and take great pleasure in recommending

reueJ prospect of succcs. A small boJy of .I your place and was'suddenly taken very sick-- ask for his passports and return home, as state FERNANDEZ rooms. !c.,,.apply BISBEE on board t CO, or to it to the public. Reopectfullyyonrs, .
sips, composing; the advance guard of the Your Indian Loiccupt was recommended. The soon as Eossuth arrives in this country. Similar Agent at Jacksonville, or S. D.FE XA.'iDEZ.
Tolationists! Lad succeeded in penetratingrttltecItycfMitanaoras. friend that I caa visiting happened to kayo bottle instructions were given to the Austrian M.A. COHEN, Aengt at Savannah To Mr.E.Poinsett.
of house and I used it and take
it in tho pleasure
Several skirmishes Ambassador! in London. (KF":: Freight payable by shippers.Oct. .
that it cured I to JACKSONVILLE
in Informing you me. am averse ,Jlay 21, 1851.
used vliicli ended in :i sharp but brief enspsceot in but still, for the benefit 4, 18.n. tf Dear I .
baring my name print, Sir: consider it to be a matter of duty ..
: in which the revolutionists were of thorn that may bo afflicted, you can publish this Croddin & to inform you that I have been laboring under v
:sapelleJto: retire with the loss of three men. if[ you think it necessary. Webb From Jacksonville a very violent attack of IJiarrh which

!considerable number on the side of the Mex- Yours with respect, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, baffled the skill of two and rendered ,
Physicians, -
SUSANNAH IIARTLEY.Dr. For Enterprise and ltIel1o vllle.
ari were UlIcJ. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.WOUtD me unable to do work. But fortunately
Another large: body American troops, staiofdoa E.Polnsett, Jacksonville, Fla. respectfully inform their fellow- iti- THE Steamer SARAH when adout to give any up all hope of ever obtaining -

the Rio Grande, had joined the revodosary CRUELLY HILL, Oct. 20, 1851. Jacksonville. and the surrounding .J&t SPALDING having 'been newly relief I heard of your INDIAN LOXE

: party. Dear Sir-Your Indian Loxecust is a GOOD medi country that they are prepared to execute workin fitted up will resume her regular CUST, and the use of five Bottles has entirely
Orders ((1)) have been forwarded to the De- cine. Some time since I purchased a bottle fromA. all the various branches of their profession with trips for the above places on Monday the 26th nut; restored me to health. I take much
srtaaatat Washington from this city fore .M.Reed Esq. your agent and gave it to one of neatnesc and despatch, and are determined,through touching at all the intermediate landings, and will pleasureto
recommend Medicine to all those '
my negroes that bad suffered very much from a severe experience and business habits,not to.be surpassedby continue punctually to leave every Monday morn your who-
troops to garrison the different posts ont attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon 1 any establishment in the country. ing at 9 o'clock, connecting with the U. S.Mail cay be similarly afflicted. Yours,&C-

) 1:10: GnnJf' I afterwards I had another negro attacked with the SASH, BLINDS, AND DOORS, steamers to and from Savannah. For freight engagements BENJAMIN DAVID.To .
game disease. I purchased another bottle, and it or passage, apply on board or to E. Poinsettr Esq.
well the branches of
as as more enlarged building,
lie Letters to France ant the
Holland on FERNANDEZ, BISBEE 4 CO, Agent. *
cured him also. .
Cuban Affair, ire.fiSHiscTO'v. will meet their strict attention. Terms as accommodating Jacksonville 6m :JACKSONVILLE.: : June 27,1851. '
in recommending Aug.
hesitate moment
I do not a and all orders will be 23,1851. .
as possible, punctually relieved m "
Oct.29.-The Intelligencer of your Indian Loxecust to the public as being the attended to. A share of the public patronageis Dear Sir111m entirely Ic or rINDIAN com .
juwirningeajs, that the letters of Attorney most certain remedy for Dysentery that I have ever i respectfully solicited. Nov. L-ly ENTERPRIZE HOUSE plaint, thanks! to you for your LOX-. -
aeril Crittenflen, in reply to the recent com- used or heard oC If you see proper, you can pub- ECUST it is the best I have overused for the ." w

laications; from the Ministers of France and fish this. Yours truly. \ PRICE.Dr. Administration Notice. Lake Monroe* East Florida. disease, d I feel happy in recommending it to- ''
MILES T the Yours
bnJ, were plain, direct and frank, but cons E. Poinsett, Jacksonville NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That four THESubscriberrespectfnllyinforms the public. GEORGE, COULTER.

.:s nothing discourteous, as has been repre- JACKSONVILLE, FLA- Sept. 25, 1851. from date, I will apply to the Hon. .. :i public in general that this house will be To E.Poinsett,'Esq.
M Pd.ne.
Probate of Nassau for leaveto
that I Judge county, opened for the reception of by the 10th
Sir This is to certify, company
Iutpmgl'ncf'r also says Daniel Webs'cr's have Dc.been E. permanently SETT- cured of a severe Diarrhoea sell the real estate lying in that county belonging day October,and intends to give the business bis JACKSONVILLE. J\11130, 18)1.:

.J-i: u quite re-esUblUbcd. the use of most valuable medicine called I to the estate of William Hickman, de- strict personal attention. His table will be furnished !! Dear Sir: I have tried yo.ur very-Taluable-

____. by Indian[ Loxecust your after suffering for more than 12 I ceased. HE LEN HICKMAN. Adm'x. with the best the country affords, and no trouble Medicine Diarrhoea and find it by far the -

Front the London Lead. months with that distressing disease. I take pleasure Oct.20, 1351. novl--4t or expense will be spared to make all comfortable .., the best and safest cure for this dangerous disease
most valuable medicine who may call on him. that I have known heard of.
America, Cuba, and Marery.Te in recommending your The mild ,and genial climate of South Florida ever or, My

do Lot care to discuss, nor do we pretend to all similarly afflicted. Administrator's Notice. presents many advantages to the invalids in pursuit little daughter,aged about two :years, had auf- )
I remain truly and
your fered reduced almost skele-
long was a
'indicate the attack on Cuba.: Call it. if you A. J. JOHNSTON MONTHS after date, I will present my ac- of health and no part of Florida presents a ''
a buccaneering expedition a marauding of Jacksonville, N. C. SIX as Administrator of the Estate of David more pleasant and agreeable retreat, than the borders tot. and 1 tried part of a Bottle of your INDI- .
trsion of reckless and adventu- :Silcox, deceased,to the lIon. Judge Probates for of Lake Monroe. Persons fond of fishing and AN LOXECUST and it has acted like a'charm, ,.
"T- Granted desperate the course of instruction :Duval county, and ask for a final settlement and hunting, will have every ,opportunity of enjoying the child is n iw improving and may be seen by"
"" & of international that it was a gross infringe-attack A LADY, who at a has distinguished completed Female Seminary, j allowance of the same,and of my discharge from themselves, as the woods abound with-.game, and. by those who do not believe. Bepectfully, '
law and to
the streams with fish.
1 the Administration. of said Estate. A. v. COr.VL.
in teaching,
y invade: the xwsesbions of and has had several years' experience ARTHUR dEfN .
[ a friendly power. JAMES A. SILCOX Adm'r. Proprietor.Oct. "
To E.Poinsett -
wishes to form new Esq.
South a
North and ,
I at the *
certain that: not only in the Southern and both August 16, 1851. gaIn 1851" 6m "

4SUre States, but in the Northern and Ab- e ement. branches including higher BATO.I ISLAND, St. John's Beach-
addition to English }
:iiooist Stales of the Union, there exists a mathematics.In Ac, she will give instruction in the the Circuit Court: BOAR.DING.THE August 7, 1851. ,

.x ;*determination to have Cuba: a deep and Latin and French languages. Satisfactory references DUVAL COUNTY-IN CH .}(CERY. SUBSCRIBER is prepared to:LCJiiacommodate Dcar Sir: This will .inform-yon 'that three a
Jedeonvictionthat Cuba is thrown away given. a number of Boarders, at his of my: children were-cb.ngerouslr ill with the
' **,the imbecile, corrupt, and oppressiveb' Address Witt E. P. T, Riccboro, Georgia.Nov. Archibald H. Cole Complainant, and] recently erected residence in'the Northwest part of Dysentery or Diarrhoea, for about six Weeks.I .

"trnmentot. the rottenest of European pow. 1, 1SS1. _3t._ Francis Richard and John S. Sammu, > the town, the location of which is known to be tried .lmost everything that I generally used

i that the resources of the island' are wasted, Defendants ) highly favorable to health and comfort from its el for,this disease;'bnt all to no effect. A friendof .
t Boston Gifflby to the Court affidavit that ovation .The HOUSE is the
< appearing upon just completed; sleep
recommended Medicinecalled
energies paralyzed and the treasures em- IT mo to try
GENERAL Francis Richard, one of the said Defendants, ing and other apartments being spacious and well your .
M by a succession of bankrupt govern- COTTON FACTORS AND INDIAN .LOXECUST. procured it-
resides within the State of Florida but without finished; all plastered, &;C. 1 s.
vaoai tie mother country sends like ]axe COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 1 I limits of the Eastern Judicial Circuit:. .On motionof On the premises is a good and spacious Bathing and am h\ppy'to: say that l;Bottles of it. cured

to vex, detour, and tyrauize; that. to the CORKER BAY AND JEFFERSOX STREETS, I McQueen McIntosh Solicitor for Complainant House, where those wishing Its ,advantages. .,. may, all three of.my children-hoping your val .. \ .
,. "**Democracy, keen of e1 e" strong of hand, SAVANNAH GA. It it ordered.That the' said Francis Richard do enjoy them with every convenience.' uable Medicine. to.ay become generally' known,
f a of will, resolute of purpose, ready to seize appear and plead, answer or demur to said Bill The furniture of the House is also_entirely new, to that all that may be afflicted with this disease '
Wle to defend the gifts that Prod- JOHN' BOSTON.' I JOHSH.OCSBT.' :within two months from the date of this Order, or being just received from New*Yodr. may have. rteoetaiaarulsafaunmady. !
*t* belong and debauched Nov.'1. 1851. 6m J said Bill will be taken as confessed against him. Arrangements have been made to supply the table ,- Yours truly, '
. reserves not decrepit It u alto ordered; That the foregoing order be with ample and excellent, fare, and good servants JAMES LATIMER. ., .
7 ,
;'. ; aultl. :And so America will have Cuba! ; J. McBobert Baker ;published in onO of the public gazettes in said cir- have been employed to attend to the comfort_ Pilot St. Johns Bar. '

4; J 5na without the gift of prophecy, 'and suit I once a. week for two months., or.sne8ta.. -
i" t fear of fature refutation, Cuba trill be A TTORNEY&COV SELiqBA7''LA. THOS. DOUGLAS,,Judge.I .. shall epare.no pains to tendermlBoUO in anrespeeto To E. Poinsett, Esq. k-

f";} ****tt the United States.t JACISONVILLtt- ,'ly. Ftr:. Ci'renlt pleasant to those who make it their home, jACJtSOiTILL June(,9th, 1851.
t.., ler. a principle in and it is impose the- the Eastern Ja- ISADORK V. QARSIE, Clerk of the and respectfully invite a call from citikeni who wish I have used' Indian
steps praetic* in Court of Duval Eastern Circuit of Florida, board, or strangers who sojourn in Dear Sir i your Loxecust <. .
-'* of County permanent may
? deny that Spain; might have averted ,WILL Circuit, in the Supreme ,Court at ,I Court in family and have found it a valuable- ,
bday do hereby certify that the foregoing is a \correct in ,our,hoepitable. ,clime during the winter months. my very .
w ( by decreeing the immediate abolition. Jacksonville and in the United StateJ..Distrid', I of tnAugust a. gmal'order on file in mr "' '. '"W,',D.. WARD remedy for. Dinrrh 3. I take great pleasure.
aat eR. Court for the Northern District of Florida I copy ''L'V. Jacksonville, OeL ll, 18il.. iLA in recommending. it to the public. .
Having an efficient and feliable agent the at United- 23, 1851. _2m : r Respectfully. J. E..TOWNSEND..; I y
A word about institution of Slaver be will I'OIecuto'c1aima against -
this same the at CARD. Egbert Poinsett, Esq.
and Departments
before Congress In Circuit Court: ,
r: states
I e md it is there -'
odious and inhuman as
*"* Wa. ;OP FLORIDA.In kA. THE SUBSCRIBER hUlngleued the JACKSONVILLE, E. FIR, May 17. 183t. :
of tuneful cant and low charlatanism 5permanently located at, Jacksonville,. he, ;EASTERN. CIRCUIT ;
Beim .uiwell-known!: house:formerly kept by Mr. Dear: Sir: This certify to that I had -
We do not deny"thalthe Stripes' are and unremitting attention to his : may you .:'" :. .,
: his entire Chancery.Matilda .
give : John Clark; takes thisJJieth d informing the eit under < 'I .
let Miasrace but in taking entreated to his circa. a negro girl suffering ,a severe, attack of : :
"stars all ,
to the f and
4.: profession* business Ann Wilford, ) bens of"Jacksonville and vicinity, that he is now Disrrh a, and that the use of one bottJo'ot.-.
r rj**e mote from our brother5 eye, let us notP He will also attend to any business M TJ.-i '{ .1hLL roe Dlvoacz.Daniel .:::" ready to serve refreshments at any hour of the day preparation called Jndi Loxecust effectually: .. j
? the bean in It is not because COMMISSIONER WOford. Vappearing tlDtillO at he
: our own. NOTARY PUBLIC k flom7o'cleekfnthemorning night:
her and I wonld take this method "
cured of re
l jJJoth rn States are slaveholder that the ; t.he Governors of the rouo..mg to the satisfaction of the Court that can drnish.Lunch at the shortest notice, nx:Cold < : ** ..'*-- I
Appointed by commending as a veryraluabieMedIcine :
ft **Democracy of the West U to be taunted take Testimony.Affidavits;and AeknowledgmenU IT the( Defendant Daniel-Wilfbrd, resides beyondthe Ham, Beef Tongue, Pigs feet,Tripe,Shrvmps, Ear- BRANTLTV,< t
:tit tin of a part; and Iti'.noHong ago States to to b. used therein: limits of the State of Florida;'so that the ordl-: diaes,JTsh' ,te.; he has bad,Liquors and"Wines selected Yours truly,: JOHN: ; pSrNicnotas .' ::

! se of this land of freedom whose auces-. cannot be served upon him: by good judges in New York and paid the .FIi.r.n1..3.1.t: 1S31.. :' ':, 1
Virginia, .
'ltd MaineN orth Sninotionof W.M-Ives,Esq; Solicitor for Cam'Plinaat. highest prices for:them, and has,he thinks, Wines "
ought and the battles of libertI''t1t > ( is to certify that two Bottle
s won Vermont South Carolina,'. Mwnrippl, and Liquors of the first quality;also Porter and Ale. Dear Sir:,This. i .
f ",Were U active and busy slaveholder New York., Massachusetts,' Georgia,- .Ordered. That a bearing' lie 'had on.the Gentlemen will please call and judge for themselves of your Medicine called INDIAN,LOXE U$r. .. .

Carolina are now.. And :yet we then Delaware; .Pennsylvania,) Alabama, It.a charged the Complainants Bill, at the December -': and speak of me u they find ine. No pains,will be has permanensly.cured two of our Negroes,ofa ...u: '. .
J,kt Of England as the'-Tand of liberty.1: ? Kcr. :Maryland, Texas.' HovJ-:u facts Term next of the Circuit Court to be hoM spared to please all who may favor me with a call.i severe Diarrhoea... I take pleasure in recommending -. .... w

.A ..Jak' calmly, the slavery of ttf.bUeks,who en at AlB* *or, In and for the eoantv Colombia.. '. .. -- s. S. TYLER.Jacksonville .-' "your';valuable: Medicine-as being ., c ,

( &Lf.Iner tasted freedom,is'not'to bo reason- '. rida,8oese, ,Be .t..' Provided-na t a copy of thb order be published at Oct*IL 1851, tf>* without. _doubt one of the.best; and safest remedies : -,;, '.' c:

..$ r:eompartd.with. .the slavery of your white } TBX t-above wen known" HQTEL iitaa-! the law directs, for the space of three months. .'for bits. dlsiathat, Fhave heard or sesame .. ::.,.; ?-_";
dc. :
: and Russian, and' Italian, under ,: ted in th&eity.otSt.. Augustine,;being in't 1'nO.DOUGLAS.lucJc. !' ;,TCQST--A .large-ftMortmeni; f"'Ladies .1..1-' ;j;' !M. Yourstra1.L.-! : ., .' .

.r, ff and lD o rt cruel_taskmaster. .2 he ,tar order it for rent, for one ,or more Atruteopj!, ti. Clerk., .. ". (' 'A' .:*fashionable Bonnets and Parasol/by, *# } P, W.Q.)( X & '.; i--: : ':.::t: "
'trJ S.SCARBOROUGH. .it i. '
.r the blacks is bo reasonably eoto-. without the fumi re. _. Test.-- .. ,&CO. ToE.l'oiI1I1UJbq. V : '
not to with or : ".- 3m :May 31, c .P.;:M'CUZN ,}
'rid with the slavery of Ee liah.v a u PtnsI Junune:1 li.. 1851;; tf A. COLB. '.. : 2'V, I

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BY CHARLES BYRNE.- hAVInG : New York-7i 'supply i of -rR4cTIo1uI: AND oflEDICINZMIDWIPBRZ !*SURGERY." ,. __Charles: : JP...COB8rrrojzjv J. .V V :" ;! ::1e! 1 .J & :1

Typo and other material suitable for ob Printing r* COVXSELLORATLAW. ; !JllEpr' 9 JfYl roJ
OFFICE on'the' corner Market and Forsyth, _
,FELIX LIVINGSTON, E4It.r'! 'we are now prepared to execute. atthe shortest no streets, opposite the Court-House. TiT A Relocated.hunsellm tic. othisprorc perachoonerTeneriffe! ,;achoI cit,

.: ', ticoafl kindi ofPamphlets' : Jacksonville, Oct.18,'1851. u n : 5S5iUBS3! : Of.Flex. !! Dry ,Goods,. Groceries cI
Circulars, :
dA and in the Supreme Court faaid StateS :
THItEZ DOLLARS TER ASSCM; w ADVAKCE.C7Adveitisements Law, Blanks, .Hand ;Bills, h Notice.THE'UNDERSIGNED. 'At.so, in the U. S.DiJtrier Court tor'tho. North: Ware, I Crockery, .& ..Jr&c. ; t bE
Business Cards,. Show,.Bills, Distri t or same, and will prosecute claim.be- 'which I he offers 'for
i : will be inierted on the following Visiting Cards, Bills. of Lading, having'formed & Co- :em &ShltL latent. the':lorrestiJ#
fore the Departments I1tYr i .
Labels, oF IbDICINEreFPCCtruUr ,1' '
terms &c.. "e. 18 1851. ,FOB CASH OB COUN1W PBOIS
Oct. : ) -
One dollar per square ofiwelre lines and under I, [ ?-All tills for work of this Lend,to h paid on I offer theirprofesslonal !services to the .. ..: .- .:-. ,I at the >tore forc1y.occupI d-fcy ; > A
it"t citizens ofjacksonville and its Ticlnity.' ifj.j' iitl
delivery. .
Juno 14.NEW
the first inseition, and 75 cents ,for each sabseqneatlnsemon. .J. S. MURDOOH,. M. D. :Felix -Livingstoni .Harrison .street.. Particular,AtteSr
j To,earl, advertisers a liberal discount S.- R,.P., DANIEL, M. D. ATTORNEY ,4'JAW1JCKSOVLLE3 : V c Hed to__his. large.and _elegant assorto J H

; 1; ;I will be made.03"A11 ..STORE Office on the corner direcOy North .of tho Dang! V ,Ladies';Bonnets ": 'to* 0ft
i ton House. FJ.A. ,
:: advertisements must be paid for before in- Oct. 25, I 3m V of the latest;and most approved !

t;: sertion,unless b, a regular customer By referring R. BQULTER & CO., LSo __ April 20. tf Ish., 'Also,to hia beautiful stock of tyIe.&Ja4'Ja.teT

;.. to Tar terms the requisite sum may be ascertained AT THE ,STORE FORMERLY 'OCCUPIED BYT. ,N., Williams, aENTLEMEWS'HATS, RRADY.Jr
advertisement. 0. ,HOLMES & CO. -ji. Smith & EL O'Brien ; !+ 11
and transmitted with the COMMISSION MERCHANT, Whit. .,.", CLO THING, ROOTS, S.HOE '
:rrj:: Advertisements not marked with the number UNDERSIGNED have opened, at the AT LAW Call
THE ATTORNEYS :, and examine ,before
stand of T. 0. Holmes & Co. : rurcI
f insertions required.will continued until forbid new, c
, large, and well.selected assortment of constantly on hand and for Bale a general ALLIGATOR, COLOMBIA COUSTT, EAST.FLORIDA where. .V D; 31CUEN' ,CQ..

:: and charged for. STAPLE DRY, AND ,F.A.NCy'GOOD5, assortment of Whit Smith, Office Alligator. Jacksonville, 3Isy3, 185KPJaiitatiou .11 ':,'

) JGpFive dollars will be charged for all announce-. GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS .
READY-MADE CLOTHING, HARDWARE ,p M. O'Brien, Office;at: Newnansville. -
me its candidates for offiee.t AND CUTLERY SAD- OF THE BEST SELECTIONS, tfMcQueen -
May 31,1851. nd1IIIlI.SItCf:
t \ One square,for Six Months, : 81000 DLERY STATIONERY and will sell them lower for#w&;than,they can bo .. I ;: ajf. VV _"
( Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : : 7 00 BOOTS AND SHOES, bought elsewhere in the South. V
produce taken in exchange, at liberal ATA I WILL DISPOSE OF,
HATS AND Mcintosh ntprif&tea,
i Application: for Letters 0 fAdministration 5 00 prices." .OLsale.: my'PL.ANT
23* All religious notices will be inserted gatui.U4Yy. CROCKERY AND TOGETHER GLASS-WARE WITH STORE corner of Union and Forsyth streets, for A TTO' EN E Y ,AT; LAW: V St. John's river, at the mouth the

FURNITURE merly owned and occupied by Mr. Jas Armstrong. in' theVV creek sixteen t.Ju1ingtQ
PROVISIONS &0' "f T7ILL attend the Circuit: Courts miles above Jacksonville,
\' J C3:: All admlssahle personal communications will IN SHORT, ; -Ja.cksonvil1c'Oct.- ,- 25,1351. ly V Eastern CircuIt the United States situation is known ta be the most beaatif 11. tI

\ charged as advertisements. Every thing to suit the market. Wm IK lawton Co., District Court' at St. Augustine; the Supreme the river, and is remarkable for its saluL..cz

, KJ Allbills for Job Printing must be paid on the Which will be sold Court at Tallahassee ; and prosecute Claims for, not a case of fever having occurred tberefo l';

I delivery of the work. they can be afforded upon for in as the reasonable Southern terms country.as FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, citizens in any part of Florida against the GOT many years.' Tie dwelling is spaciou ?,d 5 gt

C3"::: All coTimunicat ons' must be addressed to Customers would do well to call and examine for; No. J3 Southern Wharf Charleston, S. C. ernment at'Washington, either before Congressor comfcrtable, and calculated for.the acco_

1 ; the Editor, postage paid. themselves, beforo making their purchases else. War. M.LAWTOV, WM. M. TAYLOR, at the Departments. dation pf a large family. The landsout4( 40a

t. t I : I where. R. BOULTER & CO. R.TVAINWRIGUT BACOT, JOSEPH T. DILL. J7 ADDRESS, Jac\sonviHcEastFlorida.; acres) is of good quality, and well adapted U. jtCu
Jacksonville Oct.
25 1851.
tf the cultivation of cotton and w
Sept. 6, IS51. G May 11, 1850, tr corn: antlit
t fi fty acres suited for sugar cane. There
E. L. HARRISON & CO., admirable V site for a steam saw-mill '
and n
Foreign Agency $
SUBSCRIBER takes this On Bay street, fronting Leduith',hricl. building, Oscar Hart, m outh of the creek, and it possesses the adna.t -
opportunity CITY OF WASHINGTON of
tage being in the centre of '
inform the of Lone L.A.JVJOffice cf
planters : Staple on
p N D E R the direction AARON HAIGIIT country finely wooded with
Cottons that: he still continues the manufacture: U PALMER of Now York. and WORTHING. ( in the Court House, up stairs,) There is a flourishing ycllow'pinr*.
I of the latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS, Subscribers respectfully inform their frfends TON GARRETSON SNETHEN of New Orleans, orange grove CD 11,'.
t JL and \7f TILL practice in tho several Counties.of premises, which formerly ibb
; acquaintances that have produced
double and single, at his usual rates and is they established! Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme Court of VV anineoai'
: themselves in the mercantile business in this place, the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend -V of a thousand dollars a year and will
fill all orders the notice. the United States. shorty
ready to at shortest 1
.: and are now receiving and opening at the store to tho collection of claims against the U. do so again,judging from the 1be
For the of the Gins to the This establishment is formed for the followingobjects present tl rift
reputation apply above named full ,
a assortment, consisting of Dry States for Military Services,and for Horses lost, and healthy appearance of the
following Agents, or to those who have them I Goods, Fancy Articles, Groceries, Hard Ware : trees. the
or other 'lost in. Post Office
property destroyed by troops at Mandarin is
I. j in use : Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Ac &c., with 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of said within two milt*
the United States and business and the stelJners.pass and the horu
r AGENTS. every variety goods usually kept in a Dry Goods conducting professional repass u
Store; which they offer for sale as cheap as they before Congress. Also,claims for Pensions disabled Soldiers, their regular trips to and from SavanaaL-

.. t Villalonga: & Acosta, Centervillage, Ga. can be purchased at any market in tho Southern 2. For prosecution and recovery of all claims or the Widows and Orphans dece-isedSoldiers., Those Wishing to purchase this property :
Capt.B.it. Bythewood, Beaufort, S. C. country. i in law or equity, against the United States before Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and call on, or address by letter, the subscriber

7 I Scott & DeVeaux, Charleston. S. C. Their entire stock having been selected by one Congress or tho Executive Departments, or against, I soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed Jacksonville, E. Florida. ".u

4 Tison & Harris, Ocala: E. Florida. of the firm with much care and attention, and with foreign Governments before Boards of Commis officers and soldier CHARLES BYRYI erin

: Fernandez, Bisbee & Co., Jacksonville E. F a view particularly to this market, they flatter sioncrs. Also, will give his attention conveyancing, Jacksonville May 1851.
themselves that they will bo enabled to entire 3. For the settlement accounts with tho State, JOt tf
; f R. R. Dukes, Palatka, E. F. satisfaction to all who may favor them give with their Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office and Interior Do to examining Titles! and Records,and assertain- coeD

S.Hoyt & Co.Savannah, Ga. patronage,both as to tho prices and quality of their partment, and obtaining the remission of fines, ing claims to Lands. PENSION .
'i i S. L.Niblack & Co., AlligatorE. F. goods. They will be constantly receiving such ad- penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged violations .pf All business entrusted to him will meet with ANDflOUi'rY 1.ABD.: or

1 : Lartingcr & Harris,ElinbcthtowJ,Lowndes ditions to their stock as the state of the market the revenue, post office, or other laws. prompt attention; and all instruments ofwri- OBTAINED foi the officer and soii r> cftii l of

.,' I'i County, Ga. may require, and respectfully solicit a share of tho 4. For securing letters patent for inventions from ting will boexecutcdby him with neatness and waror their. legallepreaeuta.Ii 111:
patronage of their friends and acquaintances. the United States or from foreign Governments despatch. V \'ea. ell

r- ALSO, Arrangements having been made in New York, and procuring land warrants and pensions under JacsksonvilJeJan.25 1851. tf Pensions for life,for widows of such off'lCtrulld
Extra Boxes and Brushes can be had of the orders can be supplied at tho shortest possible no the various pension laws of tho United States. soldiers wliomarnred previous 1800. 011lo

j.7' subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons want .tice. E. L. HARRISON 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, !

r t ing Gins, or Gins repaired please direct to J. P. SANDERSON. legacies, and inheritances, in tho United States and Philip Fraser, I 1st'U:

:. I, f Agents,or to S. L BURNS Sept. I, 1851. octlS-tf foreign countries. TORNEYfr iuii) LANID.
\: 6. For tho purchase and sale of lands in any of COUNSELLORATLAW, lei
St. Mary's, Georgia. tho States or Territories of tho Union, and For the surviving the widows
j \ D. ltI'CIJEN &: co., loaning JACKSONVILLE FLA., or or minor ge
: f : 31 185l.
t f : t 6m monoys on mortgage of real estate lying therein. children
i ::' 1j. BAY STREET JACKSONVILLE FLA., 7. For investment, of funds in United States and WILL attend to any professional busintfsa deceased officers and private; mtml.:

WOULD respectfully inform their customers State stocks and loans, collection of tho dividends to him in the Courts of the V w served in the I ..1ab
: f
NOTICE. tho public generally, that their FALL thereon, and, generally, for the transaction of all Eastern Circuit, and tho Supreme Courts at \Var of 2S12 with Great
j. : STEAM SAW-MILL FOR SALE. STOCK OF GOODS have arrived, and are now business pertaining to a Law Loan, and Banking Tallahassee. He has also such nn advantageous I Britain ; tit .

ready for the inspection of those wishing to purchase Agency. connection with an able Lawyer at Wcih ,Mexican ar ; or in any of the In atE

; : .llin SUBSCRIBER offers for sale on reaJL Good Articles at LOrD Prices: or-:; AU communications addressed,post paid, to ington City as will ensure a prompt and liar! War since 1790. orih

1 t. L '. sTnbleterms.his STEAM S.A JV.1JIILL Their stock consists, in of Goods Messrs. Palmer & Snethen, American and Foreign dy collection of such claims spec. Terms ntoderatc, where the claim ." :
I I AXD part, Dry of almost Agency, City of Washington, will receive prompt as may be placed is estaMiiW? ,
U :MACHINERY, Garey'sFerry, Du-: every quality and name, from silks to kerseys, and faithful attention. in his hands against the United States. otherwise p<> charge.- la,
't t }
.j vilcounty, Florida., The Engine is 20 horse fresh family Groceries, Hardw rcTin ware, Wood. PALMER & SNETHEN Sept. 8th, 1849 tt.. The Subscriber i ialso) appointed Agent in the District is'or

: : t po:rcr., i'i icch cjlen Jcr, 3 feet stroke and 2 I Ii en ware, Boots and Shoes,.Hats and Cap, of the Office No. 5, Carroll Place, Capitol Hill. (fCnJUUlbiafur the,

. i h>ikr?, ::21 feet long, 36 in. diameter; all in latest styles. Ladies' Bonnets, and a variety of ser- Sept. 6, 1851. tf British en

I CJH,JMO order, and ready for immediate use. iccable and fancy articles, which cannot fail to Wm M. Tonne, Cnmmercial Life Insurance.
L It h also suit the most varied tastes of the FAIR sex, who FACTOR Comnanv.Lstiblislieil 111it
!,.' "+ is a corn mill attached. The En trine are especially invited to call. Masonry. Bricklaying Plastering S- COMMISSION MERCHANTNorth -

:\ uu'i .Ullchinrry will us so lu separate, u dcsir CU. ,' &c. Commercial Wharf in I52Oadcmpow.tredb Irt: rr rli at
; For terms ALSO, ment. for tIre insurance of Lirr*' and the
; apply to me at Palatka, or to UNERSIGNED'takes this method Feb. endowmnofcliildren.iii te
of 14.
1 agent, Jas. B. Cole. my A select assortment of Saddles, Bridles Martin TilE -ly Charleston, S. C. London New York ueWasItingwnCil1
galls, Collars, &c. Trunks rming the public that he is ready to J't
., i ; Carpet Bags, Umbrellas CAPITAL 3OOOOOO.
A. H. do tit
and all Bricklaying, Masonry Plastering Stucco
that is '
found ,
usually in store in thi
: ; Palatka Fla.,May 10, 1851. tf country, the half of which would any be"too numerous Work, &C., &c. lIe will furnish plans and Harmonic Institute, Washington Communicntions, D, C., will addieasn receive! to the subscriber! OtJqt

t o mention." drawings, when desired,by persons for whom Corner of St. Jnlien Street and Market Square, prompt anrntfon.
-:- Notice. Their stock having been selected by one of the tie is engaged: to execute woik, without extra SAVANNAH GA. 31. THOMPSON; :!
Attorney at La Pd
SIX MONTHS after date, we the undersigned inn, and ono well acquainted with the wants of charge. He is well known the citizens of re,and Commissioner of PdU
Administrators tho people of this section, they only say- Jacksonville FZOOBAUM; & CO., Importers and Dealers! Deeds for North and South Cerofoe".
on the Estate of as u competent mechanic and
IS- CALL AND SEE INSTRCMEJJTS, of t -Uefer.if itie) UI.h
Mjcajoh Deen .a necessary heads ofDt"ptrt
late work
of he has
Oolumbia de. performed already for citizens every description wholesale
county, and retail. ments.and Members .hm
icing fully assured that will Congress ralJVushington iI
ceased, will present our go away unsuited of the he refers to an Complete Bands gen .h1J
accounts and vouchers, either as to the quality of the goods tho place, as additional evidence furnished, and Dealers supplied \ CiljNovember, ItfiO.
to! the Honorable or prices at New York V m
Judge of Probate for said I asked for them. of his qualifications.( prices. 1JWI

: ministration county he discharged from the further ad- N.B.-All kinds of Country Produce taken in rr Casts and Moulds for ornamental plastering June 21. J.,U. McROBY, Jr., -I

of said Estate ; for which all per exchange for goods, at the highest market prices. also furnished. JOHN IVEUS.N. ly Agent, Jacksonville. ST1MSVON&r: GO'S fiE

persons-heirs, legatees, or persons interested I Again, CALL AM SEE. We charge nothing for: &bfa
'" -are hereby requested to take notice. showing our goods. .D..T Planters he.would sayh has much Bounty. Land & General Agency, New-York. New-Orleans: & Mobile \[
M'CUEN cxpcriance in'patting up Sugar Batteries .and
: Oct 18, 1851. solicits work in that line '
4 WM. H. ROUSSEAU c confident that he can Express,
;, give the amplest satisfaction. Charges Moderate. JOSEPH 1VALKCK, Will gin, plp2
Administrators. Great V prompt and efficient attention to the, BOUNTY BV, EVERY STEAMSHIP. p2m
Little River, Aug. 16, 1S31.; 6m Bargains J., I. LAND
CLAIMS officers
Jacksonville soldiers V
Subscriber wishing to devote May 31, 1Sl. ly the late engaged in, OFFICES : 110re
'. TIlE his ntten. Florida War, or either of the IndiRn'Wars "

.- i fi Floats. exclusively to his profession offers in which the United States have been engaged No. 19 Wall Street, New York, and,

THE UNDERSIGNED as the Agent of Hon. for sale on accommodating terms, his lands and AGENCY or tho JVar with Great Britain of 1812 St. Chuiles Hotel DC
v L. YULE, offers for sale lots adjoining the town Jacksonville with all ( opDr. and to description of Building, N. Orleans:
S.. S. any business requiring An Mobile Agent M. Tin
Thousand heirimprovements.;
Fine Hundred There
and Fifty Acres of are on these Inudzs Agent or Attorney at Washington: '
LAND two strong Chalybeate Springs which CELEBRATED MEDICINES.Used land his procu Every attention j'aidto'the 'collcfiimij ih
yield a ring warrants charge will beT.S5.; In Drafts Notes
.: in fractions of 40, 80, or 160 acres; to bo located on copious deposite of hydrated peroxide of iron. by him tcith dstznuis1zedszeccass in the other cases it will be proportioned to the nature -; fie "

any of tho public lands in tho State of Florida,sub. They nre assimilated in their medicinal pro cure and difficulty of the case. 1.1TC

? ject to entry at the Land Office. perties the Brighton and Turn bridge springs } of He will also act in connection with Agents NOTICE.

I JOSEPH FINEGAN. o fEn gland and the Balston and Bedford springs Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, Attorneys. in Florida who be or

Jacksonville,Juno 28, 1851. tf of this country. Also a spring of the coolest Asthma, Heart Diseases,. Dyspep- I Bounty land and other claims may,on/terms employed:which in "VI".'t Ehave'fcrnl appointed T. 0.HOLMES our Gen-:; tob1 b1w

: 1 Administration Notice. common water to be found in this section a f sia, Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female may be agreed upon. ;Letters (which 'should nnd all ImsiriCSin Agentand Attorney, to settle any .:
i c country brick with : the
yard name
; one ofUall'spatient be post-paid)' will Teceive immediate Palmer&Ferris,
!! ALL PERSONS six months interested are hereby notified t, machines ready for operation-the only one in Complaints, &c., &c. Aug. 171850, zttcn'Hon. collect and receive all 'debts due'the firm 'fl 1

i present my account of from tho date hereof; I shall this vicinity, where the demand for bricks is ALSO ..--...;. ._ tf Palmer t&: Ferris, by- Bond-Mortgage- ;fotl IJm
my administration of tho es 1- rent and Dr. S. S. Fitch's -- rotherwise,. also for Darius
increasing Also Supporters Ferris
tate Henry Hartley, deceased, to the Honorable ,- ,a framed' Shoulder Charles DeWaal! All e:1ed.

I t Judgo Probate of Dun! county, and ask for a' kitchen, .stable.and carriage house, and two Braces, Inhaling Tubes, and L c- &:Ferris persons having demands against Palmer La
t final settlement with tho same, and discharge from story dwelling house.fitted. for twelve rooms; tures AUCTIONKKJX, or Darius k'CflSV' deceased will prt "

.. ( my administration thereof! nearlycompleted. Also a number of eligible Consumption: aT.the'' V J'A.CKSONJ''lLLEE., F. sent the same to 'I- Holmes for payment, aa-.

August, ISS SUSANNAH,. HARTLEY Adm x. building sites and garden lots,within a mile of art preserving Life and:, rSiLES inany partof the Countyattcnded all persons indebted to Palmer k Ferris or ,Pa Ii1D

- 6m the Market house., unsurpassed by any in this ,Health, to Old .I1ge; to. aud respectully solicited rius Ferris,arc requested to call on O.UolmtJ]

.. vicinity. 4c.- forsettlementand make payment. 'InI
NEW % c. JnckslI1ville'May6J848: ,
t CLOTHING STORE.' :For further particulars apply to I have been appointed Agent fop the -V ;SARAH P. FERRIS, :!
- J. 'AND MODE'DRY,Agent GOODS hu opened anew CLOTIJIN JOS.S.B&KER.' the above..Goods, and.will,keep tbemconstant-of JOB PRINTINGV\ V Adm'x.of D.Faunis dee" 111b

, one door East STORE, on Day street, ,Jacksonville, Sept., 1051. tf. ly on hand at my Drug store the V V DAVID L.-P.U.3JER"
of Mr. J. Finn Town of EXECUTEDtAT
ally invites ; and respect Tampa, Tampa Day Fla.1 ,THIBO1JJCE. Jacksonville,. ,Jan $50. itV 'tb.fj
' the citizens of Jacksonville andthe .Executor's.. ... .
.. -
$nrroondine t., *.' Dr.
L. To
o D. Post
ine ma .
ww for them ROGERS. V Masters Post '
IS Office : -
, selves. You will positively NOTICE HEREBYGI'TENThat ., '
t new store cheaper than over buy you your did goods in this from date, I shall apply to the Hon.six THIS SIDE V __ _Stamps..' V V _.!..,' .4dIfllnlslrntoi'. -?fnIIirs'- ----... alis
m Jackson ,
t !I sonville before. J. MODE. Judge Probate of Daval county, for a final discharge -; -: milE undersigned,Postmaster Pleasant Grove, SIXL MONTHS. 1.AFTER ;DATR, _ve wa
Juno 14, 1851. from tho Administration of the Estate of J- AUcghanr Co.?Maryland, 2Prf cnt. our 'ai11
i!; <6m< Matthew IL:Philips, late of said county of Dnval, I J; .iSl.: 9 1,isnSny. 'OHJAUOS JTOB: r In the- U..S.,who conceived 1d wjurthtf undertook first person, .Hon. judge. t.1>:accounts and vouchers to tit .
I exten robatororClu
deceased. .Jt 'xioipjii :i I ) lua.
: ,Notice. ALBERT: PHILIPS, T sively to publish,tho idea of.supplying all of- Florida.for a final county! "i'lit
r ir August 23, 1851. I flees post settlement and *>-
; 6m Executor. q 'sJJo.Jd with cheap stampi AH ask A
. MONTHS after date J flumsw Ploga9rUNVIIDUm starnpszuuio: by him chztrg3rozn the
' will further
II: SIX present to i ( are *arrented ,Administration cttl.

lumbia the Honorable. Judge of Probate for C, Old Iron,'Brass and Copper'Wanted!'IPERSONS pun auailKHOI:;S3IH300HO:;UIUNllS-'' : can bOproenrod equal at the or same superior priee to,any"olher i And whenever that;t ; state.Qf; Archibald. ; Hogans, late of said c misty -

county, my accounts and vouchers Oq, any are sent out fax deceased, of'which All
as ; all
; Lit I I t having old Iron : iJa'll any way defective persons.interested
;;, \ Administrator on the Estate Samuel Ilinson* ,Brass or,Coppe* .puo !tJDJq / V'OS1Y' u'EI cv5oL .o c tory, duplicates shall bo forwarded unsatisfac;I are' desired to take notice. :. 'prto
they wish on notice with' i
late of; said county deceased todispose of, .will find: .vLU1I out charge. AlIwho : '
for all order
411 ; which sale for a set of rtrnpg Z. I1OGANSAtim'i.
; ready all they ; :WITH '
persons concerned are hereby can bring, at the Four CHANGE roft DATES, at',Two" Dollars "
take notice Ishall requested i to car, ,Jacksonville; Fla., and -receivaliberal tUana 4flVlttjq( vuq OOt pieecsl-shall be only.fdthirty ( ;' V .J..iRO T .JAdm'%..
as ask ; .
-L to be discharged from mrj kept In stamps adlibltum.S; V ,41igatorFJa. May .Je(
the UOl9owoqs VfJM.
the further administration prices for_ same. '. : qij.j.q oor Address "Post Master Pleasant ':( em,
V .
of said Grove.: All "-r ,' .. .
estate: -
aod'o gs- I | .
ri MOONEY Ittunbi1'io! L nyCo.Md. "Ieth
WM.IL Proprietor. tnu1mb : It 'V. ,
ROUSSEAU v puulCiaqJ1 V
Adm'r. May 1 '; I OOO'or- Any editor Administrator's 'iVotlcc.
Liltle; River lg ? tf publishing the aboveand( '
Aug. thisnotfceV
1851. 1aJfth
aapAdministrator's, copy paper, shall receive' lfJ That : g':
Notice: to'Eredjt r. ; UJtId SI.9J.lS: jtia POaIoooUflr.. par ofthelljuis; in WOOD LETTE1Swhen ver twice the amount I HijSSSjSSP: tot,tb'. ,;, '
A LL PERSONS : orderedo; if preferred ; f
{Atlantic & Cnll Rail,Road having tlemandsajnstthe gtavingwilhle famished .. final Dnra! V'coonll"or' to'l
'V Ccmpanr., XL.: _Estate of Rebecca&Read .late : V head to order! or, an engraved, discharge from th OAdmiajstration 01 &'
THE'next annual, election for Directors County j of Duval Notice. newspaper ,, and. dethgnof; tho'value of'Flyet V stat. of;!Solomoli .
r of deceasednze hereby Notified .1i Dollars. V. Euffingha lid
late of
y1 & Gulf Rail Road Company i sent them to the >topi-i. SIX-MQNTUS. ;DATE I will VV ,'Juno1U:1851-, .;. : cOWltl o JnU TAl,deC aaed. '1&:
will nnderlgned'witbln V V V V .. 'I. "
beheld at the city of St. : twojears: accountft5Adminlthrofetat0 V ; ;: .., V : VV h&bi
Augustine of ,
at from the John. T. Henr.J' '
the -5i
dteof..thietjot1ce ;
Court Room In the Court House : ; .0J".th'cy will be .BroerdleceMed.ttorth honorable the BcnrsJl'' Hears 1 1 ; .t IVM.BJROsSAdnzi: ; r..
in said, city, forever barred by the statute Judge of Proba w for the WILL purchase: .MaO, 185UEiccnior's
at twelve o'clock in such County, of the'BEARS"OILran'd '
: ,cast made Dnval. and : .
: October next, 1851.on Monday the 13th day .l\\f and' ..provided.MALCOM. : = ". _.. s ask /SLfJM, ,*&* 'and ,flowanee bf the J, GREASE' that the C1tiieitofpkrtth'll] ; t .- -. .6ml.-. : .l
4 ). era dimhrg,from the 8dm1niatra.. ship to me xn' 8aTnnn h. I : ] '{
," A. G. BENSON BREADALBANE, tion ohaid esta', .: ... .One will the Oil IVoUcc. b bt.
Dollar'aGallon : : V
: & B. A. PUTNAM ,Administrator., ,. \THOM lLEDWInI.AdDi't." .,Pound the Greasy! Jf 1-roTloE:1VEnEBy-'GiVEN,, ;na iz'

.; ... GEO: n. FAIRBANKS _' Sept.13, 1851., '3PTTHll September 2y;:1851.- $' :gm ;-;. f'.- : the articles must* be Pure or/iriK,54'zoj htno.t II' 1Q1 ate, I: shall apply, tot Ibbf'Dtiii1conntyj .
1 p6ske7rjcc HonJudg "
1 ; 7 : them :lam: i 'or Probate '
:SALE.stth0 good'ji ror*
NEWS dg"tof
.. Aug,9.I65J.r % ; "'fIfft1Illn'1UTI. ..l1 ,Dee OFFICE Blank 'A 1\CQSr"'A.< Ja : themr.They must be lriheitnaturgtlstale. fl aistbargts l ftrott th #,
to .
? : W. suIt" conveyance'of Lots.konse'e' assortment' of Ladies : "V -:.'!' 4i Admin isf ration'of tkl !
:. :::. J.:" :YJ. ., ; and, Real'Estate of every : ;!J fashionable Bonnets and ,. VVV& Wi1UlP1EYS fi .. :Estati of J oJ I eonui lillate'ot 'conni/ o ,
: : description. July 19 .,,, ParasoWTby! to '+f !t- -t>.jfl .'t1:1r' ,safd t .
JIa,31. ;
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