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

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rr th t'makes ,a whole tUEl1riant: crop? '' the d.and 24th ult--we 'arrived safely et'' _,_
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.':f rofwbere For if we have ,. .... .. ..... ._. ... the best crttoh'crop i Itever saw grow: ; ,W 'ar* ;'f .
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two 'thousand
ill "''''K. we un no winter ha our ":" ,n: } :' ... .. tQ 'pounds".
,5-' .,? .:- }'i4 '; OUR COUNTRY. j' ., f'j, 11/:. : i believe Ake acre-It that .tnng .the second 'picking.[ 1 : : ,.-

- ; we find scarcity prevailing all .. '. f several: acres'of my Hammock Orange -:" ,, "
& ,tUt ; Grove land, will yield 3000 and'upwards I ,,A
_- pounds ,
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** Us to look to 1 ; Ti. : 'H : :
behooves every crop .j i : to' theacr '
: 1 shall
,, be
: ; unable to aye "
rt'Sl: nourish either nitn or beast. Wet VOL. XHI / '-
; JACKSOlfVnXE my cotton,:.without helpito'a7D .
MA. SATuRDAy thtni of iarrugarcane
,
strongly rccommena pastures of rye NOVEMBER 15 'i85i. ,
o t too .. NO. 62 which I cannot to1 cb. MyJog ,-:
eIIl 'lk and stock cattle, and hogs ; patches -- :. cotton,will. yield 1500 pounds to the aer* : '
:ir;lev to cat from to feed.our hone, and cast twelve or'fifteen loads to theacre : I
j : and in Wy handsome: 'ng'felt i :
'and'as
y took '
ne1 patches around houses w, From M .Ar. O.
our. ;
itoek-* the month of March let ConmeaZflui
; it be : .
,IMP to run Barley plowed in, and his place on side of his :Excellency's bed'cer t VIitnlaEIectlw. :
upon requiresteriCbe5t5oit
t our noaltry, either of the other crops will you may expect a grateful return, in your tainly looked the lady to the life., ,At the same Xitde M rtuizia Justice to Lopez. The Democracy of this renowned'eld Coma! : '

good land and all will pay well crops time,with as much dignity as I could assume;I i.J'ft1I11I" ii 'maxim that mbnwealtbr have-just achieved one"of the brill* '
rro' In aj surrendered myself sleep"as Santa Anna I every generous spirit will sppron. tLope IafltTicforiesoverFedera1WhIggery for which ..
caltiration.. These crops will make Ground mud Unpnad-Cooked and.Uncooked : on teStedbjf5j ; .
and
the other. ? ; sincerity ,in the she is
: LI mends forthe loss of the summer crops, Food. most satwfactory so famous.' Whiggery made. desperate
W s not this a scene! With the; rich lace manner that it.was possiMe: for,him. effort to gain power in that State in the late
with
are indifpensable: even :a full In a communication from the of !J was brave ;
they Society frilling drawn under his chin ,and and, we must believe. honest contest, and left no effort untried foul or fair ..
PlIlI1prcrop. Stock of all kinds are extra concealing : ,
Shakers
va- at Lebanon.New York in the Patent though weak and '
: the incipient down of his whisker the lieutenant credulousdeceivarather to.that end. Like the Unionist.of this State
of this x nter green; food And mitk find ,
Office the
Report we the decemng--more
tjf0nd] following
upon certainly looked.charmingly and feminine sinned against than they:represented the Democrats as Secession. .
diminution either in
:
will show; of no when, suffered qnan0 relative value ground and ungronnd, cooked ly beautiful, while I flattered mvself that I sinning", We ,recollect; the: story that' ,was : ists, D QbIOfti&t.i Diao1' Dlzers, &p, and per
:, qualitY milk fed to run and uncooked corn, for feeding and fattening played his Excellency tolerably well so" far as urrent of his attempt :to buy his life, by making ched themselves, behind the masked battery
of or are on cut .
barley.,5.e5tisfiel
cattle &c.
.a pastures rye that nine-tenths of : apperaaee went, having ceriainly the advan, certain disclosures.' We ,are glad to see humbug, the "Union," as they have:in all the, '
far- that
i our "The experience of more thai thirty years this stigma does not rest the memory Southern States ''
cattle half tagein dignity that two legs may has over one.. upon ; but it, was lno go, the De
of the
too many: ; number leads us to estimate at onethirdhigher abrave taan. We
ketp ground corn
The publish with
lieutenant'who was of course'the sole pleasure, mocraey were every where true to their colors,
ijjjfc.pt! will piT better and be less trouble than un-ground as food for cattle, and spectator: applauded to tie'skies,and flittered the following letter from the Delta:, and stood up to their candidates like men. The
whole flock. We would recommend .
tbl the especially for fattening pork; hence it has me much upon my chances of sncces and a& a :iHAVxifA. Sept. 17, 1851. result is one of the meat Jhorough..and complete *
that few.
C; tfU1 firmer can procure a bushels been the practice of our society for more than delineatopf h%hdi. nitariu. After a succession L.J'.SJGUB.-Dear Sir: I have the honor of route that Federal,-Whiggery has ever ...
bushel of to it
ofyyP or a and birley, put in the n quarter of a century to grind all oqr prot of hearty laughs'at: oar strange if not addressing these few lines to you by request of encountered in that State.- Out of lttCA members _
forthwith ; to every housekeeperthitbUS end -"':.
er. ludicrous the unfortunate Don : of Congress the Consolidaiiomsts have '.
position, we finally fell off into a NlLopez, executed in this ,
D4 few chickens, we say, plant n emil! "The same experience induces us to put a sleep which was not destined fo be of long con- I city on the first of this month-a: request by the skin of their teeth, saved tnt, and one .
10- pat hiI wheat-then, with the addition of a I high value upon cooked than upon raw meal, tinuance. which he made to me as his brother-in-law of these is an "Independent77 at that-beating

00to: JtttJesnim food, you my have fresh eggs alljter. anti for fattening animals, swine particularly' It must have been two o'clock in the morning arid his testamentary executor. ,I was permit the regular nominee the party.. So 'much. _

:t is presumed his, that every provident I we consider three of cooked equal to four The officer of the guard had long since made : ted to confer with him, in prison, a: few mo- for Whiggeryand its humbug of Union? in f
I
atso fTu1erbas already got turnips and rnt ba- bushels of raw meal. his.round with meats before his death and he Virgin1J.IacD1l Telegrafh.
the ,
time relief, and.all save tie sentries charged me in a ;
lose in
sin; if not, no planting turnips I 'Until within the last three or four years, were most particular manner transmit .
best to his
doing.their to sleep ween I was you .
lit -tl1tl1fi1l make: fine greens in the spring, nndojsibl7 I our,society fattened annually for thirty years, suddenly aroused by a roar and a crash, as tho7a I last adieu, and the expressions of his warm af- Curious Facts. I

u- > msy: bottom. Remember that it is not I from 40.000 to OOOO, pounds of pork, exclusiveof tremendous battering train had dashed .the 'fectioi and gratitude for your constant kindness The Boston Journal: upon the authority of a .. I

of QIr, your white fataily that craTe something I lard nnd offal fat, ond it is the "constant building to atsms about onr ears, and old Tot- aid great services to him. He also requested thoroughly ipformed and reliable correspon I
winter but the blacks
reeD in the the horses.' practice to cook the meal for'wbich purpose ten himself were coming Vera Crug over the me, and mentioned it several times, dent, states the following facts:
lit lie males, the cattle, the hogs. the sht'epi I Irtall six kettles used."
or seven-potash insistin
are hacienda. ( repetidas
and I For the first moment, although voces.:) that I should nsk 1st. That the South Corolina Railroad, from
:ij the bipeds quadrupeds about the The Shakers are a, close-observing, calculating awakened I bewildered young a hat favor,to place the trunk "
was ; the next moment Ofplpf'l'S, Charleston to Hamburg,was the first rosd that .
and he is the best
17 plantation! them all farmer and the people, and go in for the practical xeali- I had seized my sabre.and at once rushed to the letters, &r, which he left with you in my j>ossession -- was commenced in the country, with view
[tsiman that gives a supply. P. tics'oflife; and, therefore, in the of rail so: that I .
economy where all the men who were not out on might destroy such as relateto of using steam instead of animal power.
food, must be presumed to be ,rood judges. For duty hAd been sleeping on their arms. As 1 his expeditions to this Island,of a character 2d. That1 the first locomotive engine ever
From tJte Farmer and Planter. our elr. we are disposed to believe the T conclusions burst into the to compromise: in the least built
room,.a sulphurous .t'mopyof: any person connected in this country was built for and used on
Marsh :Mud.: to which they have arrived are correct smoke was curling up toward the ceiling, beneath with these enterprizes. Jthis road.

Tie subject of another crop will shortly Ed. American Farmer. I : which the men were standing in line carbines I,ther for.. entreat you to afford me the facilities 3d. That, it was the first road carried the

7 presi itself upon the mind of the planter. Per- in band, and gazing intently towards the of extcuting the last wishes of our: United States mail. .

4 bps we should i.iy it has already been considered omtmmCcatrlr. wall where once there had been a mirror. Just common frien, and as I cannot travel to your 4th. That 'When completed, ready for use, .

and the general outline determined upon*, then, before a question was asked, vidette was city, I beg you to inform me if you are disposed which was on the .2..loC October, 1833, it.was' ,

ius much as every systematic agriculturist brought in, who reported having fired upon a to accede to his desires; in hich case I ,the longe railroad int'heworld. .

emJncts: his operations so that crops of a differ- From !1eX. O. Picayune.A small party of guerrillas evidently.reeonniter- will send, you a person clothed with ,the, proper We.travelled upon ibis road: in 1830, five

eat: nitnre may succeed each other in regular Tale- of the Mexican War. Ing the hacienda,but who finding us as they powers, who will execute, in your presence, mile, in a car rigged with sails and propelled _4- '

S :Jrr. It is.! then, a fit time, while there is I I supposed in force dashed off at top speed when the destruction ef those papers, reserving only by 'wind at the rate* of five or six miles pet ,
ONE OF SANTA ANNA'S UACIEXDAS.' such as interest his and heir '
opportunity to change, to re-survey in the challenged. son nowresiding hour.
I chid the plans and satisfied they are judi- A Visit while His Excellency: was not at Home- The whole rumpus was now explained with- in Geneva.In .

tijcj and complete. Southern planters] and The Bonnet de Nuit of La Senora Santa-Anna- out a word being said Hearing the report of his last moments,when he was alone with The Whigs of the United States now have

urseUes arnocg them, by confession have so A Dragoon Officer in a Lady' Night Cap-The cur vidette carbine, our half roused fellows his confessor, and marching to the place of execution ftntr Governors but ,of the thirty-one. They _
btg committed tho error of working too much Smashing of the Mirrors-A Regular Stampede, sprang to their feet, fancying themselves attacked he returned again to this subject, en had five untilJohaston of Pennsylvania, was

ImJ. thit they would d o well to be doubly Ac.Ac. ; and mistaking, by the dim and uncertain treating the good priest! to remind me' of 1L defeated., How.long will it be, if they go on .

tat they are cot still perpetca'ing the same I Immediately after the battle of Cerra Gorda light their own reflection in the mirrors wishes upon this point. I ,decreasing at this rate, before they hove Mud?. .

Rifj-aining practice. The doctrine is pretty and the unavailing pursuit our dragoons or for an antagonist party, they had blazed away, I avail myself of this opportunity to unitimy Four Whig Governors, all in a row;'

gnerally admiited now, that it is for the true I Ampudia on his white horse and Santa Annaon slap-bang, into them, smashing the beautiful grateful thanks with those of the deceased, 1 'Count 'cm and mark 'em, and let'em go.

iiterestof the farmer to manure, and that I Lid mule, a detachment which I had the glass to atoms. And that's the way Santa An for your friendship and services, and remain .It would be.'.well enough to bell them also, it .

while worn-out lands must be regenerated oibadouel honor to command was ordered to take possession na's mirrors were destroyed.The .Your obedient and humble servant. it is expected that they will rcnge the country

newer and less exhausted lands of one of his Excellency's haciendas, which whole thing of course flashed across my COUNT DE POZOS DULCES. for any considerable distance. They might

last not be neglected or suffered to degener- Jay some distance from the main route of the mind in an instant, and I fairly screamed with The'Submarine get lost, and then what rr0u7,Whigism do?

u(toni a want of rotation of crop?, manures army. My orders were to overhaul and exam- laughter. The men looked sheepish enough The TeIegiaphThumph. Just four, and no more Ealeight, N. C, .
r bj reason: of washings. In accordance with Inc the place thoroughly and to seize and destroy first; but soon a general and expaniTe'grln. achievements of the magnetic union of Standard.,

iis doctrine many: an increasing number,now such military stores as might be found. spread over every countenance, and the next Prance and, Great Britain by the submarine .

!by their plans. But the necessity manuring With fifty picked men, all well mounted and moment a perfect yell of merriment burst forthas cable channel electrical tell"Jm1ph-the.' stupendous ''HiGHEii L...wj M INISTE .-A Syracuse cor*.
i more generally; : understood than the mode armed, and with Lieut. C. {glorious fellow) for an accompaniment to my own boisterous twenty-four miles in length- -electrifies respondent of the Albany ,Register corroborates
the Paris _
doing it. In practice it is nbl found EO diffialUid my second in command. 1 took up the.line of' anghter. The ,noise was so deafening that it, academy, and strongly moves the statements which appear in the Syracuse

expensive a matter is generally march, all in high spirits. Gaily we cant ere i I presented me from noticing what was occuring stated whole,Paris that public. On the 22i ult.,M. Arago Star,as to the shameful conduct of a. portion. of __ __

!i opposed. A hand set apart t'SpcciaUyloithe along over bill and hollow,the chance of a brush behind! me-I was half stunned with the din.' a exact advantage determination would of be the taken difference oCU'tormo" :: the clergy: in,that city. He says: .
purpose will in two months' time manufacture with the guerrillas: adding a sauce piquante( My own uniform-drawers and.sabre-T-Tras-riv! inlontuae"of "The .
and the bore 'i
a almost incredible amount of fertilizing jna. expectancy to the interest and pleasure of the diculops enough, and had served to keep up the .:-observations"Of 'Paris and ministry in politicians a con- .<
Greenwich. Bmeansfpf the electrical telegraph spicuou6 part getting the recent riot and
trial But in the eventa hand cannot be ipa- ride. The declining sun at length saw us mirth of the men; but there was greater food in up _
r ,and the .
in each port a vessel about to sail outrage; some.of, former gentry, not
from the at this distorted shadows my rear to increase the peals which reverbera- may I
T crep secron, by taking throwIng frightfully across : satisfied with what had done '
have the precise hour of the observatory of they in the .
time by the forelock, at odd hours vast nmlaat. the spacious'patio or court yard of the haciepds. tel through th'rhatt. I turned round;'when this capital. The communication now extends I streetS, took the subject..into, their pulpit on .
one proportioned to the force, and conse- the tll dragoon horses, with their riders, there stood C., who had rushed into the room Monday and not..
from London
Trieste ( will, at no distant : only tlcsecraedthedey by
j ptntlj to the crop to be cultivated,can be pre- looming in the fading light like'mammoth elephants still rigged; cut in genora's night-cap, and who be ; fulminating then treasonable of
period, completed throughout Europe in doctrines resistance
:ired before the month of March. Muny wet with castles on their backs. The scene while rubbing his eyes and flourishing his every direction. We Professor, to the execution of the laws, but disgraced

lijiand: wet mornings will intervene that nre around was beautiful, but would require the sword, was shouting "Charge through the.1;: Morse his sensations in witnersing may (envy the resultsof their sacerdotal robes assuming the
lI inSt for picking cotton, when the whole forceR pen of an artist to do it aught like Justice in frills o( thread lace as vigorously ever did his .' character of politscal demagogues: and endeav-'
conception and
performance ,
aM be put to the business of accumulating I lescriptien.-- Let me simply say that nature knight of old through the-bars of a helmet ance. ,, persever, oringtQstirupseditionsgainst the government

iiterial for manure. No labor upon nineteen I tad offered-every facility, and wealth and art lad his Excellency Gen. Don,Antonio Lopez : and laws,'among our congregations.1The : -

out of twenty plantations: will be better or as i had ben latlshed: in their efforts to improve and Santa Anni,the well-deserving of his country, Giving it up.. ,
ellpaid. 'Manures are the riches of the adorn it.Having. been on the spot himself I think be wouldhtve I The New fork. Mirror-one of the"staUnchest notorious Lola Montes has taken her '

elin They are like colors upon the canvass; performed the first duty of dragoon forgiven both 'the breaking of the mirrors and,'i supporters of Mr. .Fillmore's administra-: passage f forNew'York in one of the Bremen or, ,

they nuke the light vod the shade of the planUko. on -seeing to the horses-we proceeded the desecration of his lady's bonnet de nui.,and .;ion=whose editor d8'an office.of special Havre steamers, andwill arrive here in No-'

Bones, flesh, blood, hair: bristles, at once to search the premises,ani after a thor would have joined us in a laugh the like' of i trust and responsibility.under federal government vember. She has'made hex dtbtu Bt.liin adansevse >

bob,horns and feathers in compost,will make ough rummagement from foundation stone to which was never before heard' within the walls' thus quietly surrenders the ntig, ,ant!I'has' been'performing from Bou
'
Unts grow any where almost, but, like the turret, 'succeeded in collecting a sufficient of his hacienda. ;Y un, &c. c game" and'puts its sole reliance upon another logne all round to Cologne, with great, Tlried".

precious metals, they are too rare for the far- quantity of munitions of different kinds to S : j. OF .D.- no-party Jtdge: .* and singular .success.v; She: professes to be-a'

!ten to have in any considerable quantities ; have equipped sundry regiments of guerillcr- P. 8.-R--- W-was there, too, end can "We do not hesitate to hazard the assertion democrat or socialist, and to dance nothing but

also arc lime, gypsum anJ gnnno beyond the as. Such as"could be of use to our own troops substantiate! the truth of all- that has been', .that the wjiigs stand no chance of'success 'on republican dances thus setting, wherever sha

reach orlhe inaj3rity: for the present we are were set aside as spoils; the balance we intended said. ; 'the old party platforms. General.Taylornenr. goes in Europe, the political waters' in terrible
at before 'left the _ ,commotion. She was to dance at Geneva, .Ly;?
therefore recommending them now, but info to destroy we premisses. could have been elected as an 'ultra whig.'- '
the attention of the reader to the swamp. Upon entering the habitable parts of the hacienda I ulIl'd.r.r a Young Ladr The victory 1S.J8'was won by the aid of allies' on?,'and elsewhere in France; but it was supposed

I Itre ii an abundant source of manure for the "we found that wealth: had.been as luxuriously A Correspondent of the N. 0;"Defra, writing ; who rushed from the ranks 'of'conservatives the' French republican: government bad

boamJs who have neither the droppings ofhre expended embellishing the interior under date -Baton Bong;.Oct. 30r says;- ,democrats,and independents, and rallied become.alarmed, and would prevent her, from
i in France.. The arrival
stocks of cattle, quarries of lime stone, liS in adorning the landscape without.Mar- A beautiful and interesting young lady was under the Rough ,,and. Reader, banner The 'dancing again next
*banks oOsi11 to resort to. To ,be SUtCrTeptble bles bronzes, and beautiful paintings, graced brutally murdered by some inhuman wretchesin statement thai without such reinforcements" the will probably bring us accounts of a little riot

I is inferior in its enriching qualities the walls and filled the nitcbes, while on every the neighborhood of; Sandy Creek, this whigs would/haye been defeated, is readily de dr revolution set going. by her_movements.: "

Minimal mould, but it severtheless is valuable. side magnificent mirrors' multiplied to mfini parish. A negro, named Rily,and a young ne-i monstrated they who'deny''it' are wilfully : '! .BAi'DlOCRA.Tta' WHIG!" At
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JLv -
There the sr lenders around. In the grand banqueting thy fac Is the a
bur blind to
is muck enough in swamps ty gress, about fourteen or fifteen )'elll'S..of age, whig partymore numerous meeting of the riends of Col. John Swift for
,
ben mixed with the alkaline salts, that:are hall, which was of princely' proportions, were taken up. tried," confessed.the crime, and more united, _oiore. efficient to.daythan the ofilce of Mayor in the citf of Philadelphia
J boy mirrors covered the one side of the wall from it waS three ? Let the sectional ,
_
mostly wasted but may be gathered up sentenced to be hung Monday, the 27th in years ago held 'the 22djnst. DavidPaul Brown deliviered
and s Ted floor to ceiling, and when the glittering chandelier divisions which'have where rent its ranks on ,
make
about our premises, to every stant.: The negress in her confession, implfca- every an address,in which he said, "I defy any
i "Ten It was lighted, stracge were the contrasts asunder answer:?
pot upon our hillsides productive. ted two white men, asbeing the instigators of body to tell what a Democratic,Whig means. '
7 be brought into use :with no very great which their broad surfaces reflected. Here a the bloody.deed:. :The report Is,that one of the I: will -giye a jpe premium'to. any one who can inform t
LOOr work of Grecian or Italian art embodying the POWEBS the besides his statue of ;
anO not a dollar's outlay of money. It white men accused was enamoured. of the young .sculptor) b1e. I am a Federalist and there'Is such
-wld be better that it be wixed with salt and idea. of some sculptor-poet's dream-there a lady, refused, to marry him, whereupon be California, engaged on one of the_U lon., A Democrat but Democratic, Whigis
thing as a
a
;
Eoe, bat whentheynre not to be had they bronzed and weather-beaten dragoon, armed in determined wreak upon 'her his fiendish revenge correspondent of the Intelligencer says he suggested between hbrseand. an asS; partaking the
*rb*.dispensed with. Quantities perfectly all the panoply war's rough.trade: here a and threats and promises prevailedon such'a.work him, when Powers took "
by qualites'of,both." ,This, then, is David Paul :
tthaostks where be bad collection ornamental furnituro, tables richy heras she, him into his \room, :and showed: him that he '
to
are every ; no his negroes to waylay was passing n own'l deficition of Democratic'Wht:." ;
fiuahu little farm without It contains inlaid,flower vases, and gilded and embroi.t from her home to I'ndgbbor.near 'the Creek, bad anticipated his suggestion,, by exhibiting Thcse:DoQsocratio: Whigs'are easily found: .
trulj the anf- ( -red oUomaithere' a pile of eaddltand hoitriers found &clay"model. representing a female of majestic
element that*plants,want ns where hermangleI corps was submerged out the derived from'the aii
.by |ong ear, pro
tail mould though in less quantities bulk for carbines and 83bm."IC was a scene of eneath\'the: weight:of 1 heavy log,:-with""the p proportions a standingattitude, with 'one iast.named by Mr;Brown. f'
'and wild strange feeTtng land resting a Roman fascia, .the emblem of .
talkmd in a form not so readily adapted to : enchantment, produced p'ron"or the'P negress ndemnrd/ about :her : en '- '
tie uws of vegetation. 'If it be carted out' of delight, such" as I bad never experienced neck, which had. been used to strangle ;betAs anion and'strength ; while-;the other nn- is A:late number of.the Mobile (Ala.) Daily Register

early in the antuma upon some' convenient spot, before.n: d never can feel as vividly again.- is natural, the people.of tie neighborhoodwere jentlynpliftcdwith! the hand pointing, to formally''renews: its pledge irifavor of

**&to save labor on the very. groun'd'wher itt But I must to the business of the night and* are, in an. intense; excitement."about ,leaven,,to".which the solemn and earnest expression Mr. Buchanan. The distinguished statesman :'

15 be applied, and here exposed, to)Lhe sun, 'Videttes were thrown out, guards were staioned. matjfr; snd, but for.their profound respect for :: Other face seehis!: toppeali Like the 6i the Keystone'State has'won for himself along '

*[rw d frost, decomposition be histened: and a fire 'having been kindled,in the I II ntf-jmd orderthe"people would have,executed other workVof Mr. Powers, ,the writer sayk, course of public service prOud position :._ '

Je 'CI tile parts poxious to vVgetatioS escape,; banqueting hall to correct the >chniness the 'the negroes on the spot. They were'tried by A i the attitude and form b. this :statue,.Ia.,' easy. in the Democratic party, in the eyes of the
Waoaia I mountain pir'webgiD' think of' our creature 'of freeholders graceful imd noble,and iseharaetertzedbyth world and"1n The noble '
the quintessence of'manures,'unite jti tlce and jury i .as by.Iawre.qulred thepageof history.
.
**t. i':1);rience has proved, this 'to be so,> smbkid bd Ms Excellency's: mahogany, while The white men accused have left the parish, although lone of.the chief attractions of his Grtek STAle, faithfullyv'atid well, may:well look to him as _
;'froti the rfch and varied stores liquid wealth, canotbccondemned even amidst bar fetters -Powers, :when ask'ad .Hestands J
*>< the prVcu'vP baIts basis on philosophiesiPtildples. ,they ..on negro evdencey 'aieadatinbegieatcOnfiictof1S5Z
/m'portant that it exposed.. Iii the cells*below-from 'ripe South' Side to < nIt 'what he intended 14d&with; it.whenjfitmhed. 'prominently forth'asoil. of those'who maybe

to tie It there'ore5bld be spread.re -. sparkling Hock-we did not hesitate to appropriate replIidTObold, it, a\ Jhedisposal:,of/.: my selected as'the standard, bearer in'the contest.
air. !
and dozen bottles with which to wash rumored in Havana at the' sailing of perhaps, when completed,:Congressmayyirchase Cass Buchanan .
elt. must be subJtOltOtk5 a few : was : country; With'such'statesmen! as Dougw .
*
re e lk&t tke woodzn'n ,jheaand. they down bur soldier fare! We ate and drank the Isabel that )fr.Thrasher, who it will be remembered it." u.4 '( Butler; and Dickinson; the,great Demo.craticpart.rcanbea _

blU'l1ed fro : _, leartily, pbldierly and wen- we ate and drank 'rendered himself!obnoxious.to the: ,$1 -_-_ ", '. ". i" ,. no loss for want of the '

lr4ere4 tkea bef4rejt can be used. M &; manure; our-finras soldiers wilL, ,.: Jpaniih authorities thereby his humane atten-.. UTAM., I"OF .AIC...AjfARlCAa.! CAITAIijA; fNZltn41 forth& .-.- t.Levi*-Times. r .

!&ats'it beeemespne qr the very bst' IhD V-! ? ,:At midnight; after h\'iDg'ITe.n! all the neeesssry ion'sto:'the' "American prisoners;' had been: 1:London; paper,mentlons wlth=approval' and as t.fwm- ;-;__: .. -! .
t"pau1'tIgk
the the mud .
lime moJ "American 'Ga1l4ntrythnCpt.
process :orders to guard agilosfa surpnso Lieut. ried and'condemned allaYerln', the.Spanish illustration ; vtoic, Mixtco.Accounts from the
it suffer decomposition slow:: of the U.'S, mail I steamship Pacific
must -
"- : c.nd'iDj lf retired ourprivate quarters, /min S;: ii Nye, Rio Grande to'the SSthtolt:, via;New: Orleans. -
buit1. before*it]i is suited tothenfe.yf ''whl for'the: night' I ha!' established in his ;, .was the first Jo commaijee firing A royal.nlute announce that; Carravsjal had! attackedsnJ :

knt&: This changn it.dee undergo by expoB.U .: Excellency's'rown' sleeping! f apartments, ,and JOJL ELECTIOL-Bigler.the: : 'Democrat. of twenty-one guns on.the'instant 'ofJueenYJcwriars t., taken-Mata 1oriLs on,.the.SOth, 150 Mexicans _

aan field, less'rapidly but.not' less eerdd7o > whie} lit is needlesS almost (0.a1t were tutfuUy -; candidate has been elected Gbvernbrof Cali. }. '- r.embarkatio'iTaj. _. LiverpooL, -, T .and'others are,Sported,',tqbeve. been killed .. .
r eeectunthan th& wood burned fn fttantshed. fJ, doud&wheth fortifa by 1500( majority7! Both,the Democralio I" L; : : and the CustomHouse -
in
ro.e 1c Dny and wounded \he City, I
( SmithHerald ;
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Port
tI 1 "It U estimated that,onevhunlred; cu- A.GD 4L :WBI'u.. -The ;r
.ts C couple of tired irdoir > ever found candidates haver been :retorned;,tOiCongrtss, Sm tb and other buildings burned The American .. :
f at at, pond mud thus treated contains! r w1 A thousand mtleladylik: and all the StateTicktUlected by,one to.five! I .notices UqItybetweenLM; { \ ConiuVwas wounded I
: ; :
,Ib01 t jjtit hundred'pounds of dry TegetabU, "A te m r-c 'zT:wei 1iDg: .cattered. about,all shdw thqnsand majority. '.TherLegislatnre. i is Itro2gf! of that place tbelCttr'a.: W6T.GenvBelknip/of: attacked'and' the etmk am1iiwb1ch >{ : it1!' 1 ,.. '::- u.-.., ..t. ,-. :. .:,::' I .
added U
W- Sow if flukkenlns saltt1 e The! hole TOUt of the Stato
ta teoftbe young wtf besntifnVespo.of ly DemocritieV '.,A chip'witb'390 Chinamen, lately arrived ak IC
MiItts. IDferlor1 .stock.yard liig the "" with'chain: and &vcl blow a.1ritb his 6sc i : .
,,!$breL ,no wspeti $ ia W. ExwUencyfand !d1 o Ia.ft' thiags "W k4OOO.; : ,. .. : *, I sb.Belknap'uI&to..htemO4r1taIZCe : 1io'Whtn.UJi1ere; sold out for three .'- II\ ,
-This fact .houJd.lIrp.lD: YI .
''** 1 mid to iet my:'"'''' ipo.DaJDOPthf 3C&;"[ -r------- d 1led one standing byo y'elrs at an average of$497 a pieceAt the end : ,
**,a good bniba4ryoLthWOOd44 ) Iddt aait a.1U4 the,9th of,the present montb.yuoptie4In : : I
I i b4 qIsitS 'ha1fi'JneD ofThat''ImdtheYk T8--theirJ; freedom, three. ; _
:; ads the H6 wtefuUesB.tever ... Tht J School of De;) i SD ; "A slIghtly brjere'Waii -
upon resuIzes. :. -To Boston iewEnglu4.jbrWomeu. igi _
'a'l1awap.
> : ; lDir Ynt r .erPeu1at : difficulty* Cn': thVp rf jearCraervleeb.ing! ,the consideration.for.;their -;; ._ i
& ugbtto' be' sufferedft tbem'To: mj ',!rstlzIpdM.4tbClIP !). :._ :-r r'J'. ofthIrj.busbelsOftMzulUCkIhOUI! IbIIecIpa&4rIthrneiiatelJYIPu! : tit;.t"o or thre/S vew" slnos,,.iihiclt'*, :
ffrjlotd: tlie'carM ut c,1.:1p01I. ; MaJi" 4.r. e ",, g !p 1 gbftrtCa1&!$ I .-:" i: f4 -: ;, :'i
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enjoys
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" I : ..at.i1Bes$" .....1II1 r. baIppi. : platform with 'the ."PreWdent,and the whole bnU,(hat In th* ooMtv of Geaofa 1
I : t THE; NEWS.JACKSONVILLE I : ; ; the 'bad' uUkWj cf being next to Ashtabula 'li 16fi'iffrsytoophcth16th ,it CJii :
( A letter from Constantinople{of Oct. 1,In .. Cabl 1 l" Th'. Js
, the Aogsbarg 'Gazette, gives the following u President "'and ourielfjwHh'countenancingatiolVii6noftieVe on-the :Re l erve-Uh abolition vote In this' election 'boatmen IC n a
: tria ylawswwhile: our to democratic_ and whig D.Aei YPJy .l1 J :
the,speech delivered, by Kossuth on going onboard '. u about equal
loss
;;: in that county received ofmor.'tbanwenty.Ues. '.
t. : the Mississippi professed mo s'Xwould d.him' to expectbetter tecomblned-M'OOd having :
frigate : il
; about 700.Jin ton'.about.700, and L wl. &arbIth'ei'the' ::4mmcoll' bd ,
"Companions-May the Almighty God be things of tuL 'wVaUh, :President, mty is that the 8OOO.Totes$ '
about ,Thejkct .
: ,
l 1,400 SOT*. ,The afiray grew out:of
praised who has granted me the extraordinary :is his business this election 't :
i'o think of.:.the, compliment own given" to Lewis on the Reserve in
favor of being able to ,speak 10 'yon, worthy but for ouraelf, we feel under obligations for have usually ,given to the whig candidate ment:by foreigners of* tariff
brethren,army nation, under this flag, (pointIng basleftthe Reserve with" for
who, in such cases, temporary pus.ngire'to
to the flag of the United States.) Now on- editor's good oplnlonofus.Major -
FLA. I has been elected, '
about majorit7And so 'and the
10,000 steamers
enforcement
1.1 canI breathe freely. Now only I a 'General Worth's of
poor Sprague objects to I the democratic preponderance :
xile, feel myself proud at owing my deliver- Saturday, November 15, 1851. "memory being connected with. a cause (the' In notwithstanding other parts of the State. .Now, the important .ry:regulation on the natives. .rh. !

ant. to you, and to one of the most magnanimous Cuban) having' little to recommend it, and point in the case Is that the whigs have no clued entericg'lntot e.amn

!II "I am Cations\bout of to Europe.proceed with my companions AGENTS FOR THE NEWS which I terminated so faI Zly)' There's.the chance at all to carry Ohio' in the next prslden- exercise of tbelr.undoubted'rigbt? .

t to that generous people to whom yon have the .Maj. JOHN_BEARD, :Tallahassee. ,,Fla., rub!. :It, terminated "fatally3 The I_ "Major,.' presidency tial election be,unless In such the a position whig candidate on the sectional for the. cant determined) to drive them': ,

", that happiness Mr.rcd.1And to btV>oi ng, and I shall where kiss with joy to J. G. RKARDON Esq., Ocala, FIlL would not have,the slightest ,objection the. questions,' nndbeeo,, selected and,,brought! : Itheir own waters.: q ,_ : ;
Uberty hope '
, j i find for my unfortunate people, what I seek.- JOHN DARLING, ,Esq, :Tampa, Fla. connection, of Gen.Worth's. :memory with the forwardj as to command, his taTothis 10,000' : ScicrDB.-A'n: unfortunate woman .

.. Yes, for I seek brethren; and Kossuth will not Gen. RUSSELL,,Newnansville, Fla. cause_ of Cuban liberty,' if It had terminated whig abolition majority_,which.rules,the ,ninecounties Sparkman,.:committed suicide on '

r: !, die until he has found them. But I do not B. FRISBT, Esq., Garey's Ferry, Fla. successfully.! How, 'far. 'our' temporary's, and in the northeast". of Ohio known' as the Thursd'ay:of, last week,,by I
; seek Reserve: : ,
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your sympathies, for we possess them; GEO. CENTER, Esq., St. Augustine,'Fla. the President's ",views have'been changed,by ,Commonwealth strychnine. 'She 'lived'about I
nor an asylum fat exiles, for we shall never "The whig papers of this :
;,: i want one as long as the Magyar shall groan Judge A. STEELS: Cedar. Keys;Fla. the fatal termination cannot say, but we; have told their' readers that Wood, of Ohio, got swallowing,the.poison;t during which" : '

; ; ; under the yoke of the Sclavonian; nor a Liberator S. GLTKSKt, Esq. Pilatka, Fla can say, for ourselves? ,'that our views and feelings the abolition votes on' the'Western Reserve perfectly rational. She assignedno ;

.;; .1 ," for Hungary will know how to deliver are'tbe same) b.rore-th result.has. That'section of the State was once :true-blue i son for the rash act,. but wished to
I i herself; but I seek an avenger against the oppressor whig. 'In old times it gave the whig party an .'
THE GOVERNOR AND HIS"REGULATOR." a wretched existence.DIRECT :
:, 1. of a holy cause, and for innocent men not changed jour opinions, extinguished our overwhelming majority. The whigs felt happy, ,
r who have unjustly fallen." The Editor the Republican, 'who claims to sympathy, and we hope the day is not far distant when they thought of Northwestern Ohio. The ; TRADE.At .

I. t When Kossuth had concluded, the Captain himself the honor of being the Governor's when those who always'set their sail ,to, county of Ashtabula particularly. commanded a meeting held_ :on board

I shook him by the hand, and the crew cried, gulator,'' because he Was the first to call hiExcellency's suit every'popular',breeze; will find it 'their whig admiration. The whigs of Fayette-the Wat.
"God Ko suth." in this Commonwealth Gaston, by citizens from y
t'I save largest slaveholding county '
attention to his abuse of the pardoning policy, once, more to ,trim it for the Queen of
-once sent a flag of congratulation to of the States Georgia and F1
Kossuth in power, ascribed to him by his "mutual the Antilles. :
England* aholiMon! 'Ashtnbala account of her having Delegates returning home from
"- ( J Kouth arrived at Southampton on the 23d friends, reads a lecture to the Editor of the riven the largest whig majority extent. ,Anntabula -.

t( ,' of October, and was received on landing by the New, because he too thought proper to say a ERRORS CORRECTED.Last grew stronger and srronger in wmggery; Planters'Covention recently ,

1 Mayor ana an immense concourse of people.- word or two with a view to arrest the "pre- week, when credit: and''glory" was until she became abolition so dyed in the wool the following resolutions were j
: He.was !addressed. by t Mayor, to whom he tie that even'whig f'ry, with all its fierce abolition adopted:- ,
vailing evil and because claimed for of Pennsylvania". by
;t' more particularly he "Whigs '
repiieu! uneuy but lu eloquent ana appropriate pretentious, could not satisfy her. Rf solved, 'That we highly
i
I terms. lie was visited the following day opened his columns to the "charges and specifi. the Republican, because their, own Free-SoU "The vote of Ashtabula in the election just ', !

; I. by Lord Dudley Stuart, Mr. Cobden M. P., cations" so boldly called for by the Governor, candidate was defeated, we were tempted to passed stands thu: ments now being made byMr.

an.J many distinguished gentlemen. Early on and which his "mutual friends and the "Re the shallow artifice by wh'chitwas Vinton, (Whig) 1,368 direct trade.between, this country,
Monday morning, the 27th ult, he reached expose Lewis. (abolition) 1,727 Amsterdam, and .for the farther
London. His arrival, however, was unexpect- gulator,'' had prudently declined to furnfeh. attempted to show that the Whigs: supportedthe ,Wood, (democrat) 725 I this enterprise, we hereby call a

: e I. nod he met with no marks of popular demonstration. -: Our remarks, of precisely the same tenor a' the ,Democratic candidate, and thus secured "Tbe dp.mocratic vo'e of Ashtabula remains cotton planters, rice planters

I,k Lord Palmerston had made Rtpu&lican'sa and backed by the very thing his the defeat Johnston. We did this effectually about the same it used to be. The whig,vote ber merchants, mechanics and ship Sti
known his desire to receive him nearly doubled it and abolitionists beat the
WAS to have returned to Southampton unofficially.He on- Excellency called for-the charges and fpecifi- ,showing,bythe aggregate Whig vote for wbijrs. V- coast Florida, Georgia and South

:. Tues'lny: the 28th ult., in time to be present at"I tions-are called by our couiteous neighbor Johnston, that the whole strength of the'Whig "The vote for Lewis on the Western Reserve all other States' of the_ 'Union, to be

: : splendid banquet which was to have been given "diatribes !P Because we afforded tie Governor party had supported the Free-Soil candidate. is about 8.000. The whole vote for him in the ofDarien'on the 28th' day of.

; to him in the Town\ Hall o!that town on the opportunity, which he siemed to 178,000 Whigs voted for Johnston-as large, it State of Ohio is perhaps over,twelve or fifteen take into consideration the s

.""I i 1 that day. covet, "to vindicate himself," we nri terribly not the largest Whig vote ever polled foi Whig I triumph thousand., in'This'ptrt.is the These cause, ,abolitionists of the democratic were and Resolved advantages, That of this committee portion of of five the

,; The Democracy of '1IuonrI.I rated by the "Regulator," and the-ceo-open- candidate in Pennsylvania. This is pretty once whigs. but they are now in the habit of to address a letter to Mr.

The Glasgow (Mo.) Banner thus notices the tion"of our correspondent who furnished the j conclusive evidence that the Whigs deserved voting for condidates of their own. Wood'has I Baylor, I s

r r 1( efforts! now makirg by both sections of the Missouri 'charges7 called "baneful11 Wa can afford no "glory" for defeating their, own cand da\e. now a majority a majority over whigs and abo : sion.attendance and an JNO.address BtfSSENT from him
; litionists. And now that the result is known, ,
Democracy to unite the whole in to overlook
party a this exhibition of the '
on
temper But that considerable numberof '
; i single convention: even aupposin we hope to hear no more of Wood's getting the
... part of our amiable. neighbor, and make every' independent honest Whigs had deserted the free.soil vote." I.V. GARXIC, Secretary,
\
general"REUNION expression OF THE by PARTY.the Democratic-There has press been on a allowance for him, when he tells us that his Abolition-Whig candidate, and Toted for the "If the Presidency can be obtained for a Secessionist Jacksonville, E. Florida.COBEISPONDENCE. p1

:.' the subject of a reorganization of the! Democratic exposure of the Governor was not ''voluntary," Democratic candidate, would, this fact justifythe ," says the Republican"on. condition lie

,.. party in this State, and the mode by but was forced upon him "by frequent appeals assertion of the Republican, that the that he appoint a Free-Soil Cabinet, we shall SIR: We the undersigned,
I ,1ilchit is to be effected. The St.Lou is Times
. Lexington Chronicle, Hannibal Courier Louisiana from mutual friends" Underthese, trying circumstances Whigs of Pennsylvania have acted nobly when not envy that attainment" Of course-he in pursuance of the above resolutions, erSt

f i Missourian, Canton Reporter, Platte Argus and conscious that he has been a compared the Democrats of the same State !I" wouldn't-he would prefer things to go on fully call your attention to the same, ;

t" and Warsaw: Review,have all defined their little indiscreet, it is very natural he should get Surely not. If the whole Democratic Tote was snugly as they are at present-with an Abolition happy to have you meet the citizens
:
' IV position as being in favor of a joint convention. A little heated, when others repeat the sime cast against the Free-Soilor, 'and nearly the President and a Free-Soil Cabinet! board at the piece and time therein

f No paper, except the Jefferson Metropolitan things he hud said himtelf. A man may abuse Very RespeeU'uU"A. tm,
whole Whig vote cast in his favor what fairness

; has avowed itself favorable to two conventions"
his friend as much as he pleases, but it does MR. FILLMORE AND THE 'HAVANACONSUL. S. ATKINS. \ DO
: 31 J We are rejoiced {says the Dubuque (Iowa) not follow that he will let others do it. In the is there in sayingthat the Whigs deserved ._ W. BASSINGER, $ayann. b.
: Express] to witness the Democratic organs oft I more credit for.his defeat.than;the Democrats? We have several occasions ALEX.SCRAXTOX, Brunswick
< on expressedthe p.Th
, I Missouri a lively and commendable interest in simplicity our heart, we thought we were Further rtmark on this point would be super JOH.I 0. PELOT,'Columbia
e I i t the subject of reuniting the two conflicting serving' our nt'ighbor'sCause, when he was cornered fluous. opinion that the President's proclamation,' C. P. COOPER, Jacksonville, Thif
) 1 of the Democratic in that in ad vaDce-Americans V
wings pirty State.- by the Governor and called condemning engaged
for his.
,
]I Nothing can be gained by discord crimination upon The Editor charges us with setting ourselves : '.
. "charges aud jn the Cuban, Expedition, and declaring them
and
specifications seemed ,
and recrimination, while everything depends unable up as the champion of the Northern Democracy a'
. upon conciliation, harmony, and union. Old to famish any : we stepped in to his assis-1 and seems to contrast his course with ours out of the pale otthe, protection of their government NOVEMBER 13be

Missouri for many years held proud place in lance, and relieved him in part from,his dilemma [ ,was the indirect cause of the. bloody, Gentlemen.Nothing.will give me s
affections of in rejoicing over the defeat of Johnston, 'because ore than to attend m eting., We
t.t the the great Democratic pnrty- but instead of his thanks: we hard tragedy performed by Concha, and furnishedhim your
for a brief season: sic has been lost to the party get of his unsoundness_ the slavery:ques- oven Commerce, Ships, and ,
words for .a ready argument: in' justification ortbe t1iGb
our pains. As said .
: and herself; but there is no good reason why we on a former tion. If he had given the credit of Johnston's lumber wealth,and resources of the !
!! } 1 she should not her old occasion,'"our neighbor is hard to ple '" deed., We do'1o believe the Captain-General '
regain place-re-estnl -no bo promoted, as that interest rit.'beco
I
defeat to the party which accomplished it In- : :
:. lish her character firmer whether' of Cuba"would' have .dared'o execute .
political upon A and matter we touch him high lowdown ,fifty
up or most valuable in direct trade
stead of to thit'which worked so'hard to our *
!
ii I into the prevent ; '
purerbasis-and councils of the American
go nation citizens without trial
he and preparation or .
gets will not be buIe't
angry, pleased Success to the interests
chipping of th'for
;
1 with a sound and entire Democratic rep. it, sincerity would: have. passed :without and in violation
resentation. Our cotemporary was tod much excited to see I palpable of our, treaty<<: stipulations Let there be no faltering. I hope to :

that we did net apply, or intend to apply, the question. with Spain if he: had not been'armed follow this demonstration., Beth :
do 'for
We not contend the universal soundness
Consul Owen and Mr.Thrasher. words "private malice"to the Governor. Very with.the declaration. of our Executive that these Very truly,, jour obedient,

: ; It would seem that Mr. Owen is determinedto far from it ; we don't believe the Governor of the Democratic party of the North on" Americans had no rights-not even to a' fair 'V. C. J. pot

make himself as odious as possible in the from all we can learn of his character to be the slavery question. All we,contend. ,for, and trial. We give below tin extract from a.'Span Messrs. Atkinson, Bassinger. Scranton {

. ,, eyes of all honorable men. The Washington acting on such motives in his, official capable what no candid man of any.party can'deny, is, ish paper, La Patria, to show the 'views'entertained Cooper.ff r ,, J -*- -J --I"-- -JJr** ye
correspondent of Baltimore says: that while the' great mass of the ,Democratic the the
capacity or other. by Spaniard 'tMs'point. We COMMUSICATID.
any The fact that the ,approve
Governor
I have seen one letter which states that the true fOridr
party of:.the North to the Constitution 'TheEditor's
the recall Course The
of the Consul but Flank
did the we. ,give: \ .
American Consul, Mr. Owen,upon the receptionof i pardon man petitioned for by the : '
and the South, no.l part or a very, small fraction Fillmore Mr. 'EilitDr1 am gratified to J
the intelligence that he had been recalled jury and bar 'at the end of thejo"does no credit for the 'act-he yielded to : '11

waited on the Captain General, and informed alter the principle of the case in the least. not of,.the' Whig ,party is so. In not. one of the overwhelming public:opinion: and made a do not ,de m it beneath your

,, him that Mr. Thrasher had been active in propagating The Free States, in thejate election, has the Whig of the and, advocate measures affecting
scape-goat unfortunate Consul to
,
greater culprit who was not petitioned for carry'off p"T
to his in the at '
reports prejudice United
party come:out on.the issue of maintaining the the sins .of wbich'he to be of'our State,or even those cOnnect :
had all ought ma1ebear
States, procured his, Mr. Owen's, recall, was pardoned at the commencement of the .
'with view to succeed.him. session. The reasons for pardoning the Compromise, and suppressing agitation,':which the burden: himself: >- V prosperity of our town There are' pro:
greater is not the case.with,the Democrats. In Pennsylvania .who to think that ''
ors seem it
tri
It will be remembered' .
that a statement appeared criminal, at the beginning of the session or I Mr. Owen, Consol of the.,United States at Uarana. -. &
1 t in the New York Courier & Enquirer before it ,for instance they mustered their old from the character of their papers, rheiu
commenced who had
'
in
the organ: of Iarnau and Concha in this coun., no petition his forces and overwhelmed the 'Whig Free-Soiler As many papers have: since the article'in our their',columns with matters of local ,
try, a few weeks since, which vindicated Mr. favor, and deferring the pardon of the lesser previous issue taken this 'Ud
these issues. '
on very mother States,' as in up subject, it is incumbent matters in:which a majority: of
Owen, and intimated that a his one to the "end of the session re pI"to
person wanting notwithstanding nato show the true
\ Mr. New York. the Democratic party is diYi ed'jpart : upon .. position occupied are the most .deeply' ,interested. ,
thrasher
place,meaning had been in ,
busy the
whole bar and jury had; solicited the oy MT. uwen. ,no one can deny that
reporting that he had failed to discharge his have been adopting the Free-Soil doctrine of the the,position: of the Consol was the'most critical looking around them, reporting the ; kusin

: duties in regard to the prisoners.: The same pardon,may very "satisfactory" to Whig: But 'we do not know of: any :State- t.hat.D 'imagined.. ,We. lire very.,far ,from ments that are in progress, & "
writer says: the Governor, and if they were known, mightperhaps and if there Is'such approving: the ,inactieily '
we would be glad io have apathy mnnifes'ed pointing out the tsources of their UIgaoL
:I have seen a letter stating that the dungeon, be so to the people. But until they it pointel'out-:in"which the Whigs'asap by Mr. Owen on that occasion, especially he '
; endeavoring to excite and
in the Punta, to which Mr. Thrasher is consigned .I are mode known, our cotetnporary must excuse have rty, was before,execution, cognizant of the fact ,foster a ell i iAPfi

i is a wet hole, where no man can possi- us if we refuse to "go it blind and expressed their satisfaction with'the_ Fugitive that araoug the prisoners,there.were.some'of his terprize, home, their gaze bly long survive. It is the Spanish mode of the evil" permit Slave LaWs! and, their l determination! to compratriots worthy of commls r I !l. But! let fixed on objects abroad .As Cadigia'

:; assassination to imprison a man and, keep him "prevailing to go unchecked. abide by it. us examine for a moment the circumatancejat.teniing : Heaven i.clinging! to the skirts of J

\ in such a place, that he must die, and never For the Demochts:of:Massachusetts that event, and leave it to any candid and' tlps
whom lord mast
bring him to trial. It is demanded of this A SllORT'MEMORY. I and sincere'man,whether, Mr. Owen acted in a Mahomoud, ,so
government that they should forthwith inter- A "short m morl" is great inconvenience .: our cot mporarY loves :to refer,to;wev'have no manner to give the President'causa for soar'aloft,'t o the temple of'Fame, by caT

pose in Mr. Thrasher's behalf, and sesure him to any body,but when_an editor is afflicted with apology to make.; :Both parties in that infected The events of the Cardenas expedition:were to'the skirts! of the reputed great' lilg
: a prompt trial, on tin charge against him. district are alike. Both have foryears courted II) recent, that no,one,who had observed' them nation Had: .t ,
it;, he is to be pitied : if he have no fixed opinions with",any:interest could have th'ey the necessary
the harlotofAboBtlOn forgotten them.
aiid'each
.; Free Soil Meeting' at Boston. or principles, and his memory,happens to ," has' in turn In May and June, of 1850, Gen. R. Campbell brains, ,they ,might ,profit(by the,';4 C1tendl

BOSTON Wednesday, Nov. 5.There was a be treacherous is at sea without rudder or won the precious i prize. It concerns'us. very' Consul of the United States at Havana, had so, philosopher,who fell into the ditch' !laid

I large gathering Free Soilers in Fanenil Hall compass. He will not only forget what he said little which is in possession at.presen't. interfered, in regard to,the position of the ex. zing at the stars. price
this evening, preparatory to the coming election : In Ohio;'the,thing) is different., Ohio peditionists found on the island of Contoy and faac,
was conceive that
did from week i ,1 the main
or to week but object of
he will
: William B. Spooner,Esq, presided,with ,. frequently carried by the Demo ratsnnaHed had shown himself energetic his interven
sit: Vice Presidents Hon. Joshua R.Giddings, stultify himself the same paragraph.A : by the Abolitionists lion, that the Government of the island of Cu pers is,.or..should be't9"ttdocate'Zocal: I VerI

of Ohio, was the principal speaker. A seriesof curious specimen of this malady is exhibited although thecontrary is erroneously ba took occasionto.. .complain'to'the CAbinct. lethe principal object.of readers,in )

fifteen resolutions .. adopted, embodying in the last Republican under the.head "FiiLi- ,stated ,by the :Editor, (the, Republican. We Washington, through our rninister.Mi.Calder; toy a paper,";was'to'get, the*,news Ul.t
I the sentiments of Free-S t of white, and colored females were present. BUSTCRISX. No one can read that article and to this matter. ,He says: government, must ,have been sufficiently ,4;'J pr.,Washington. or Liverpool. ,', ,'

'I' With exception of three cheers for Da iel ever suppose that the Editor had. ever. ,been a Take tbe' editor's well founded, since ,the sime" :Prfsict n&. Fillmore .theywouidbornoi1_ likely'to ,
rule of lo and'what -
t Webster whom Giddings denounced, the meet Filibuster himself!. No' one' could read his we ay-,of Ohio? Therfl the Democracy (Tree shill deprived, Mr.:Campbell of 'his office'and pers published: in.those cititf.., .. -'STJ

In, ing was quiet condemnation of. the ,NerDs: for encouraging and sold of course) elected the abolitionist Wood considered appointed Mr. Owen,. udpnbtedlybecause, he elgn news, as-much of it as you-phase jfl lt
Governor'by a .'gentleman .
"FtllibusUnsm" and to&MV 20,000; and this by the better qualified for '
I Terrible believe that he had addressed : 091 crowd out home matters.
.
Affray.WINCHESTER aid of the whole phalanx of abolitionist* of the Ref I the station. ,Mr.A. F. Owen must ,: !
'aTe..had
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f VA, Nov.3.-A moat distres. ; an exciting.and ,eloquent appeal to a i f"SVt., What u the'consequence? The defeat of in his mind the words of ,the"proclamation .of. ,It is possible\ .the present writer : {
I f shag occurrence took"ptace in this town Filibuster and the Whig candidate:who, it is said,-stood President Fillmore
meeting
on declared that the cause for the Peace manfully of April! last, In'whlch he, fromfyou, in some of your, political ,
I' Friday which resulted in the death of Mr.Nathan up measures in'the anYas/ Then Stated '
and
must be and clearly, eiplicitely 4a
good of that
glorious which Wood all who
was course was b8l1Otbflt'c
supported elected'a ,
par' r.
I Mulliken from A shot fired by his ,own majority of 20,000 ticipatfd in the tilgalaet you for t
i.. Tbepardculan by such gentlemen at he saw around Mm! But 'Democratic Abolitionists ,TJ not this the exact of; an aped expedition; ;jtiou have' ''
son. areas follows:-Mr.Joseph ,. premise.!and.conclusion of: the'N.tJI.l" against the,island of.,Cuba mould lie'. :,;ndA4rni_ I you ever, :paid to 'C onjf nome i
Hamster went to the house of Mr.Mo1- this was not all-he was not satisfied with giving Ot1TLAW& and repuld have no Nhtlo- --'w Go ont8ir&u4.:'an enlightsnea

likin, with whom he had had a previous quarrel his countenance to the "good cause," but We now quote,an article from the Washing,V prD eai.1I of th* Unite, States as ,they, widdk jm the fail to re"arcl'u.b poblla : ee ;
,
when Mulliken met him with ton Union to show an IDcreaselpa: )l
LL a04deJgun. he proclaims. his columns,that the President I ,;by facts and, figures, how regarded"az'I'I&ATU.!, ,.(Aspiruez Messrs. Edi. :
BufmtmainDbect! ,
Th quarrel: was renewed and in in o
a struggle much truth there Is in the' tors) Mr. Owen; as any tak1nguiuy:
and the whole Republican's manofstrIgbtforwa ;
'Cabinet statement ,
MslHken -had the 'dj
was thrown to the ground. Whilst In credit) of 'that honest, intentions, and,sound to8econdy'rarpropo tr nl: t .J41
the j judgtmentmust
Wood
Democratic
tBis position he Called to his encouraging the Filibusters" candidate j Is .
son, a lad seventeen as ,well as the have taken it for granted ,that Meeting 'Ihad .
President thU woulcl
$; years'of to fire an Abolitionist and. that lie Fillmore i hoped :
age, upon'Hamster. The New, and that they dodged all the summer was elected 'b, ,wished to the done eea
boy did so, but missed, and the charge entered, out t' reach of 20,000 Abolition Democrats/- Neither In xpresSfdorh convey would meaning which he I by,the'E.d1tor"Dtdae J pdl$ *
telegraph wires party ; bavebeen.qufta '
that the j
I his father's side causing his death so poor ue:.haa feifed o' :
< it
ia.afewppp.i
?jfr
t forward
Ohio
,.takes the compliment to tha head J step
: boors. Lopez expedition might escape from New _ground_ OJi1.h.. Southern ques ,of.the,nation 'o imD. ,
Orleans lion Inc that his words did form,.thard.uiy. Ii:Is hfgh.time that _I
that ,not :
and wo could desire ,'bat express; his real ,! :
for
which sen
escape, the poor,Collector there: asjelse- tim nts: ;Mr. Owen must have borne ject should Urevaved/attd
A Washington letter says:-I am inclined to ,of that port was .afterwards :made where, whatever is reliable must be sought 'in that Mr) Campbell had been" In mind ,:I. hope ;
'
dismissed
believe thatall the theecapegMt ,the Democratic T "" __ -, .from hieaeijcnndyourcoMempy: ; :
k questions
pending between Under these circumstances ,party,-;, f his office pending a matter of lean. *
,
this Government and that of Spain as to the could'any 1 view of this gravity. In the. sutjecVlTeforeJae 'public mind.: bt
I late Cuban affairs, are settled, or:about.to be :,thing on earth, hot the very:shortest kind eta The Election I* Ohio., he intervened-aot.:at;all bejuitlycnsjdedtt If '
MjOTOS3es"J
the
.
Government ascertaining
,. eettled. There has been : ofCuba
an
dispatch has been ,received from meuioryecconntforthecnrloue Attempt in :would '
remarks many quarters have had < "
the Spanish Cabinet, in reply to one urging .innocent, and oblivious of our to mystify the sense offlor.Wood'g triumphant act, ;while, that cause of the to.,complain> such an are 1DU1,Dot 9 ",1 .o t jP;: t1'J ) ii
\vcotemporary! :on the election '' i tfnited tat
Ohio rpt
Jn > i
leniency towards the prisoners,which gives*- and.to repreaenlha',de have to reprimand would nd'DJ.ao lltrt who are ruUT.aw
.
urancts of clemency and subject Fillibnsterism In the last.Republican f mocracy were'in some sort .hln,'pja the uD4' iha l
ultimate alliance M
release In .ith"he 'ID!!' !, ,, c ,?i 1'j f. :!r1e 1.
t'r ?
. regard to them. I learn, ,indeed, that upon Why, no, it1 could, be nothing: else.and'we abolitionists' .The following remarks and fig', gve any sort ,.lff 111.f4J ,Ir. .Ro J .,
... ,terms which the government will probobly ,would never have alluded to the past If we had 'ures'which:we eopy.from the Louisville m a priclam&tu t1'rottctlDll. O J]lit fPb A I "TIlt'(II. H'TI .JJlJ f8p 11 -:

comply with, they will b, released.: not felt ft little proud'to be,placed the time crat, settle the matter. ,It'is proper to add to: -lT'ridnct l1/fIl""PruitltlltiTa"'r. tlter: k.,& !a.r ,1' Iperi&1.1.pt'1 .1t '.a
on d
what
the Democrat (JeTe1
I ., I
of the t ihe'1l'e1
In
vote ,Athta-. laws and acknowledged !jf .. ol- a;,} :
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: Yl& f. ct'UlD' $3. beIQTe. Iho1 4 "Oh,",said,the young Marquis,}am .nll;: ; _"' ''f' 7'f' ,- :i ,_ ::..) -
V .., sled'to C1&kd'inl" I 2 ; rf' }I. :1i.-- i
tog., r ePtpo.'ed. howanyCmanquantity !:"Ith 4inich' : < .
ifrt*" ,1'1&- > .
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: of brains : .IIJ.OBNEYLCOVNSE.LLOB '
JhertJ
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**. Impoverish pone but enrich ever came tabe '! ..; .'LA Wt fifu
114Eo4lrouW i 'r' --1 I :t -"
r;tt. inSlictioaof : : :, BJ UJ J j '. I
enhancing thtnJue.or. property. I ', -> r
,A young gentleman who has just married T'I1ILLpracuc lathe ";Urta'ttf Eastern = : :
an Johe .
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which it 1 t -c---. : .. "ffi .
through -
country "Yl ,
?
undersized beauty eayal she aI 1 ( .
that
. an might bare Supreme Court at THB. MOST CERTAIN AKT i SAn BKiIElr" of
proceed.and beyond its limits hold, been made taller and larger,.but that she is of Court JacksonvfflezIdk tor ?theUHedStates District ""{,FOR. ,TIH .CU..EOF \ -! :
ytIIJd the NortfeernlHetrict .
&in the above propositions such precious materials; nature.could :not 'af. Florida, '-- -- .4 t. ,
to I1Is
rf&dl .. Evinjaneffic1et'and reliable Ckroaio
at Wash.
ford it agent "JJWrhead Dyseatoy .
1.; cta aad fi res.i' ZED. fogton,he will prosecute claims against the United -' ,.
I. yitJa ; States before Congress and the Departments: Whifh AM mr ken presented 'to'ttijmlt&*It
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.;.t EfffdSJ- WhIZ Fne-..11I.. l3 _Jrr!, Washington.f Being pennanenHy Jacksonville- 1 / tin upon itsonm merits,andnecds_ no pvfbtf. t
rM he '
" crrtcuse Star-a staunch whig journal :Per5merM.gnoijfrjm Savannah,Nor.15.Mrs. .- BY BYTHEMAGNOLIA will kin his entire and unremitting attention to his TOT;IT. BAS'NOT.1rpHlS .FAILED' TO CUBE IN, JL .

t ? .knowledge* the cause of .the ,late.utterrGaUD'i .:Hicks, Mrs. wOo en; Miss'Clark; J Hicks,'J S j profession r and an business entmeted to his care. SmOIJINSTANC1l.,4JJ :' t

Ad ruin; oUhe wbisofOhi6: WoO He win(also attend to any burinea asNOTARY :. I Valuable preparation'is'compounded'*' i
.ft\ Gary, Mclntyre and servant, G H,Clark,J,WStark Telegraphed for the Savannah, Georgian PUBLIC from several medicinal '
1vt.oiusii.-Free.oi1ism bistTeyeJ &.COMMISSIONER roots growiHgin
-Ii, twrrrs OT W McCutchane' ;N Brown, J H Rice, G HHunt NEW YORK No''J2' : :, I the Wild of Florid It is .i
Whig barty in Ohio wit will Appointed the Governors rtULY QdWIlOIrf: _
by of the
' the F C Fabior, J B Cohen, J Brown,Hunt H Cotton is firm 831ri-io-da2000 fiddling following I tT Vegetable and .-
1If bales.
else in the long run, unless the State to take Testimony.Affidavits and Acknowledgments designed rsrrcutLr for.the.
" r'fI1dtrt reflating, nation whigs consolidate R Sadler,jr, H Clinch, T W Jones, Vandegrifft, Uplands are quoted at 83-8; Orleans 8'. to be used theniuj cure of. the above disease ,The Inventor and"'

.i ( f. .fLBrth le and discarding, isms of,evert and 5 deck. Rice is quoted at 2]to 3 9-16. Sterling Exchange 'Maine, North-Carolina, 'Virginia; Proprietor Is tl1111'condD' that It Is an Invaluable -' >

., ptir the old platform, sustain their is firm at 10/g Money is easy.. Vermont, South Carolina. Mississippi Medicine. In fact the test, that he'.' .' .

:..J< or 3.5117 on ples,listen to the counsels of their MAIL ARRANGEMENTS. New York, Massachusetts, 'Georgia, ,* has given it io the town in which he resides,.:, ".

,'... Jllci tril1ci leader and turn their wholernll1a The lJorio; Nor. 12. ; Delaware,, Pennsylvania., Alabama, and the astonishing:suffsr with' 'which it' has '. -

" '- 'lIe-hODorrd the common Free- Northern'Mail arrives between the hours of Morris, the negro lawyer,who has been on Maryland, Texas. Novl-tf, met warrants him in saying that it ia a POSI. ,

,. against only to pull enemy.down- it 10 A. M., and i P. M, on Sundays and Wednesdays hi\trial,charged :with'rescuing the fugitive TIVE CURE. He Las therefore'come.tu the : !

I., Sop, is nothing powerful on the ruin In Ohio but ;. and,will,be closed hereafter, .Monday,and I Shadracb, has been acquitted. Godd1ii&CONTBACToRs4ND Webb, determination to. place, it within the'reach oC'"." ." 1.

hate been Chosen to the Z'isFa.c I Thursday night at 9 o'clock.. Further from tbeElecU.ns.Tbo3lassachusettsLegislaturelsstifl: BUILDERS,' all, knowing how,many suffer with this very

H' t'tf still'rfee.ttilers*' remthat rcert once anon the The Southern and Western Mails are due on doubtful .. : .FLA.WOULD unpleasant and 'often dangerous Disease,par. '
't
ticularly the Southern and Western
districts in the State. Tuesday and Friday mornings by 1 o'clock. the Coalitionists are supposed to hate a .- : States.
'wf irAif ,respectfully Inform their fellow-citl In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST,be,' ,
"neb will be the resulU everywhere in the whig The Southern Mail (by Steamboat) will be closed majority. Mlsdulppt Election. "of Jacksonville and the surrounding particular and look for my,written.,signature .
hereafter at 11 o'clock, A.M., and the Westernby country, that they are prepared to execute work on the labeL .
Returns have ,
fitncts. been received from all
except hi an the various branches of-their profession with]
Eminently just and true. Such "result ( Stage) at 3 o'clock, P. M. 'on Sundays and four counties of this State-the' result leaves neatness and despatch,and are determined through I.referthe public below to .a few certificates -

I.II totnJ i in the whig districis"of Pennsylvania Wednesdays. Foote only 1000 ahead F; his.election is considered experience and business habits,not to be surpassed selected from among many received from.l'P ..

).' confidently hope to see, on Thursday next, 07"The Post Office will be open on Sunday on- certain. The entire Union Ticket is : by any establishment the_country. spectablejutiiens Jacksonville.. .
moreJllst such "results" of *>ew York, elected. _SASH BLIWDS ;DOOES EGBERT POINSETT.
I fey ly one HOUR after the arrival and assorting of the AND '
Itr.". ilfrt there is a very important ism which the Northern'Mail. as wen as the more enlarged branches of building, P. S. Planters should 'not' be 'without this

; fkiti have in nowise as yet Miscarried'-to wit, I Telegraphed to the Charleston Ntwt., will meet their strict attention. Terms as accommodating valuable Medicine. Eveiy family ought to-',..
.1',,. iJm. October, 1851. as possible, and all orders will be punctually I keep it on hand. .
StI' BALTIMORE Nov. 10-?I.: p.m. attended to. A share of the public patronage I : '
Letters received by the Mayor New York ll'epeCtCulJYlolicited. Nov. 1 A.M.REED, principal Agent for Jackson::-
., *-ly
Millari FiUmcre.jte jUarCttt from Kossnth state that business vllle. ,
Journal. importance }, ; ; .
New York Tribune,alluding Mr.Fill- -- compelled him to go to London, but he would. Jacksonville, August 16,1851.., ly Yo 4 1

Ur tare's professions about carrying out the Furtire PORT JACKSONVILLE NOV. 15. leave for New York in the steamer of the 8th. Notice' to, ,Passengers. :., I 1

SUre Law, revives an old reminisenceboattis He expresses great gratitude for kindness From Savannah, to Pal tka ,Notice. "

[ having given to a runaway negro bhown him on board the Mississippi. Captain Via Darien Srunsreict, St. Marys,Jacksonville Directions for using Poinsett's' Indian Loxe. .
sosey to aid him to get off from his master, in The U.S. Mail Steamer St.Matthews arrives Long and his officers deny the statement of Black Greetj and Ptcolata.. cost will be found on the iusi'Jeofzbewrapper.

following manner: at Jacksonville every Sunday, from Savannah, difficulties between them and Kossath. .
To ]leave' Thursday 2nd October at 4 on each bottle. Where there is fever attend-
and leaves ,
is altered Millard every Tuesday morning.U. The ,Minister has demanded .
I "Tie Constitution not Spanish at Washington o'clock P. 1\1. !ing.the disease, a 1 purgative should in every tease :
to Milton Clark aid .S. Mail Steamer Gaston arrives under instructions that Government ,
fJInore give money to m. eve- our be used before, thy Loxecust. Should I

c*i* his fight from slavery; and we heartily ry Wednesday, from Savannah, And'Ica.les invite back the Spanish Consul New RiTES OF FARE REDUCED. .. there be a tendency to inflamation,purge mod. '.
the deed." every Friday morning. Orleans, bring him to New Orleans in an Amercan ,
jpprove THE new and superior fast erately; and give the Loxecust smaller doses : !

Steamer Magnolia arrives from Savannah on naval vessel, salute his Consulate, restore Q steam packet MAGNOLIA, P.McNELTT thantheaveragedose. ,1. '
Scott Statistics. Friday and leaves his effects and those of other Spaniards destroyed master will leave ,.. .
Saturday evening. as ;. .;". ,
Tie increasing popularity of General Sco't" I Steamer Welaka arrives by the mob, or the Minister will demand above, and continue to leave every THURSDAY. .
from
1I jbecomin? manifest every day. The Cleavead Savannah and leaves on Saturday, his passports. Mr. Webster has re- Returnin ,wil leave Palatka every Saturday morn- JACKSONVILLE, May6tb, 1851.. 1_ ..
] Herald, the day after the Ohio election, Sunday evening. fused. Sing at 8 clock, and leave Jacksonville same evening .This Is to certify it is with much pleasure

jracl his name from the heid of its columns, Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Lake at 9 o'clock. that I announce to the Public that 1 have been '

Aereit had been during the convas The Munroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday. SECOND DESP Tcn. For freight 01 passage, having splendid accommodations effectually cured of the distressing complaint*
at&te room..tc. board, to
apply on or called
Dysentery, by the highly recommended
iirt man of the Tribune will doubtless ex- Baltimore, Nov. 10-9.5 P. M. _FERNANDEZ, BISBEE 4 CO, remedy of.Mr.E.Poinsett.. I had resorted .
Ilia tbii by saying it is only to Taken from the Records to
way pre- of tht Custom House. Agents at Jacksonville, or
-n fora grind on lanjlit for the General The war between the Uaytians and Dominicans M.A. COHEN Aengt Savannah. many things, ,but of no avail; ,I was induced to- '
Entered. had been brought a closely the Fnglish "" try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine .
ttt The Advertiser, not long ngo, C Freight payable by shippers. ,
: year
8.-Sch Harbinger, Heath. N' York. and intervention.The and to satisfaction ,
the tide of opinion favor of the GenrJ w French American Oct. 4,1851. tf my great was completely r
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r :vrilinj in obedience to the public sentiment of the 10.-Sch Amanda Clifford. Bull, N Y. Whigs have a majority in the Wisconsin cured within a few 'days,-and have not been _
Sch
Wilson Moore.N.. Y. Legislature. The Democrats have ten majority troubled since with that so much dreaded die-'
feel easier an'1 fail back into less
>aJe may Brig Rainbow, Staekpole, NY. From Jacksonville
in the ease. .
!, Maryland Legislature.
towanlds the administration 11.
quroCAl position -Brig Rowland Watts, N Y. '
-Ae only difficulty being found in the fact Brig Gutemburg, Hill, Boston. The Rev. Dr. Croswell, an eminent Episcopalian For Enterprise,and Mellonville! I am happy to say other immediate te cures have: f

gtt Fillmore wanilersabout, so that the truth Cleared. Divine, died in his pulpit, in New.York THE Steamer SARAH come under my own observation within few'J ,
on Sunday and also Gardner, Rowland the days. I cheerfully add my mite to the already
,
EIT notreicli him, as we know bo has failed to None. J&t SPALDING, having been newly
thee it in many other cases.-Detroit Free same day, of the firm of Hawland & Aspin- fitted up, will resume her regulartrips great amount testimony. with regard to,your. S
Pra. ---- wall.Two for the above places on Monday the 26th mst.. Valuable Medicine. I am;.respectfully,&CM.HEARN.Jr.,

_ New Boarding House. principal witnesses of the Christiana touching at all the intermediate landings, and will] .: .: :

TasCtBACASE- FRANCE AND E GLA,D.it .- outrage, has escaped from Philadelphia.Com. continue punctually to leave every Monday'morn To E. Poinsett,'Esq.JACKSOVTIIXE .. :f
W !hington Correspondent of the N. Y. THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully in- .Shubrick is appointed Inspector of Ord ing at,9 o'clock, connecting with the U. S. Mail J ,...-',
Kit steamars to and from Savannah. Tor freight engagements E.F.-August 15tb, 1S51. .
IvHS.! states positively that the Government forma strangers and residents that he has just nance. '
Dear ,
will
Sir This
opened his new house at the Monroe and or passage apply on board or to : inform yonjthatonebottle I'.
corner
informed.
ITS been officially that the French A despatch from New York, 8AY'J-we understand -
FERNANDEZ, BISBEE & CO,Agents. ot'yoUI' Medicine called InoiAif Loxt
Ocean Streets, for the recept on of boarders. He
Governments hal sailed the United
liEngli-h issued orders tint Kossuth (or'
'
-
t will receive boarders on reasonable terms, and use Jacksonville, Aug. 23, 185L',6m CUST, permanently cured two of'mynegrces -
ide of any further invasion of Cuba, toeau.l exertion States on last Saturday, from LiverpooL of att
every to make them a severe ck'orDjStntery. 1 con
se.irch :11 "twsels as well thoe comfortab1eA.. COY. .ENTERPRIZE HOUSE aider it an excellent Medicine, for this -complaint I
I aria:oar flag as any others and he aM, Jacksonville, Nov. 15, 1851. tf Organization of the Southern Democracy and take peat pleasure recommend *

8 tit Mr. Webber has addressed to the British There now seems to be no doubt of the thor- Lake Monroe-East' Florida. ing it to the public. Respectfully yot F '

itrje an iiidignaut denial of their right to All Persons are Cautioned ough and' harmonious re-orgonization of the S.D.D.FERNANDEZ. '

.> ISO.TroIIungirian. AGAINsT trespassing on Lands belonging to : Demoratic party in Alabama. The chagrin ofWhiggeryat : THESabscriberrespectfullyintorIDlthe.E&pubtic To Yr.'E.Po1nsett.'t- ._
Meigs, situated on Doctor's Lake, the prospect is ofcourse reASOna.ble in general that this house will be .

officer", in New York hsve Dnval county, Florida.JONATHAN and excusable. Whiggery's only hope in opened for the reception'of company by the 10th '. AC K O, ILLF. May 21, 1851.Dear .. : ;; :.
_. alu, fd the editor of the New York Herald MEIGS, that State is based on Democratic dissensions.As day October,and intends. to give the business his .Sir:'I c consider to be a matter of duv
I the letter Kossnth.Jaoett Per W. H. G, SaDden Agent strict personal attention. His table will be furnish. ty inform that:I have b "*
, psVishiii reflecting on these are healed, this hope is blighted. you laboring under -:
ed with the best the country affords, and no trouble :
declines that sort of interco-trse with Nov. 15. 1851. .It We remark that the press which is doing, or expense will be pared to make uncomfortable a tery-rfolent'attack of Diarrhoea,which *

JHungarians. It is believed thst the letter perhaps most to bring harmonious cooperation who may call on him. baflled,the skill of two Physicians render' ,
osly lisrcpresents the illustrious Magyar. Letters on the Climate Soils and the lately discordant: elements is the Florence The mild and genial climate South Florida ed me,unable to do any work. But fortunate. "' .

I Productions of Florida. Gazette,. the organ of the Compromise presents many advantages to the'invalids in pursuit ly. when adont to give up all hope of ever obtaining

OUSGE Wi\s-We were permitted to taste interesting work is for sale at the store of Democrats of that State. It has ably secondedthe of health and no_part of Florida presents a: relief I heard of your INDIAN LOXE

tverday asa.mpleot Wine manufactured from THIS. n.McRory,jr. and at the "News" office, movements of Montgomery Advertiser more pleasant and agreeable retreat, than th e borders CUST, and. the use of .five Bottles has entirely .

:JtSoar Orange by Dr. B. B. Same of Beau- Jacksonville Price 25 cents.Poinsott'a this behalf.-Savannah Georgian. \ of Lake will Monroe.PenoD.l have fond fishing of enjoying and restored me to.hralth.. 1 take much pleasure: _. .
'"rt. It the hunting every opportunity to recommend Medicine to all those '
was quite palatable, resembling your wh.
themselves, as the woods abound with game, and
l' \hligt wine in flavor, and we have no Indian Loxecnst : Administration Notice the streams with fish. : may be similarly afflicted. Tours,&c, I

mlt when mellowed by ae tkat it will comve : ARTHUR. QINN, .'Proprietor,. ,BENJAMIN DAVID. /. -
, ,:IS HEREBY" GIVEN That 'four ,To E. PolnzettEsq. t: w
with the rteJ article. ont
fiTorably imp NOTICE Oct.4,1851.. .
CERTIFI
A FEW MORE OF TIlE MANY .
lesion from date, I will apply to the Hon. -
S Mercury. CATES.MAMDAKII JACKSONVILLE. 21, 1851. '
Judge Probate of Nassau county; for leave
'UOAUDING.TIIE'SUBSCRIBER .
!. FLA. Oct 1 .185L Dear Sir I am entirely relieved of my'com' >',
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IleLoaJon Morning Chronicle publishes aipocal to sell the real estate lying in that county be- .
-' Dear Sir-Some time since I was on a visit near longing to the estate of William 'Hickman d. i nk' is prepared to aeiiSLcommodate plaint thanks to you for your"INDIAN LOX- -
tidied by the United Stattsand Ausi voarplace and'was suddenly taken"very oclt- ceased. HELEN Adm'x., a'number of'Boarders, at his i ZCUST,"it is tile best 1 have ever used for the
HICKMAN
aCommissioners, to transfer to New York Your Indian Loxecust was recommended. The 1"-4t- recently'erected'residence in the Northwest part of disease, s.ndlteeibappyinrecornmendingittothi

r 4njobt attncheDd valuable articles which friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle Oct.29,1351. the town, the location of which is known lobe public. Yours truly, .' __
.' TP beta exhibited in the Crystal Palace; out in the house, and I used it, and take pleasure highly favorable to health and comfort from its el ,GEORGE COULTER.To .
'''iitis s-iid that a company has been formeJ, in informing you that it cured me. I am averse to Administrator's Notice. evation. The HOUSE is just completed; the sleep Poinsett Esq.' .

s "presented in Europe by these gentlemen. baring my name in print, but still, for the benefit MONTHS after date, I will present my ac ing and other apartments being spacious and wen. ,
t Jwbom the entire management has been en- of those that may be afflicted, you can publish this SIX as Administrator of the Estate of David finished; all plastered,'Ac. JACKSONVILLE, July 30, 1851. '
. } if yon think it necessary. On the premises is a good and spacious Bathing 'Dear Sir .1 have tried' very valuable
tei" It id also stated that a large build- Sileoz, deceased to the lIon.Judge of Probates for your
those its
' {-nibe erected in New York,which will be Yours with SUSANNAH respect, HARTLEY. Duval county, and ask for a final settlement and House them, where with wishing convenience.advantages, may, Medicine for .Diarrhoea and find it by far.the I
enjoy every
:.lta fondrd wuebou..e'or of allowance of the same, and of my discharge from the best and safest cure for this dangerous dis ,
1 the reception Dr.E.Poinsett,Jacksonville,Fla. The furniture of the House is also entirely new,
the Administration ofenid Estate.
"*iifromall countries and that tbeproposedwill being just reeeivedfromNeuYork.Arrangements ease that I have ever known or'heard of. JMy\T
6ILCOX Adrn'r.August1,1851. .
: will te open about the middle of GItATELLy'Hu.L Oct. 20, 1851. JAMES A. ,daIn have been made to supply the table little daughter,aged about'two years had suf-..
4r1neit.IDYAXCE. Dear Sir-Your Indian Lozecnst is a GOOD medi with ample and excellent fare, and good servants eyed long and was reduced almost a skele i
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cine. Some time since I purchased a bottle fromA. have been_employed to attend to the comfort tOI.and f tried part of Bottle of your INDIA -
) .M.Reed, Esq. your agent/and gave it to one of the circuit Court! of guests.' : iN LOXECUST ami it has acted. like a charm
, ii Ott.!.-A New York letter of my negroes that had suffered very much,from a severe CouNii'Th4 i shall spare no pains to render my House in an the child is : ,h T:
:lh7 evening in the PhilaJelphia Lelgerj attack of Dysentery. ,It _cured him. Soon DUVAL, .CHANCERY. I respects pleasant to those who make it their home, those who n do w improving notbelieve. maybe seen.by. .
1 j- afterwards I had another negro attacked with the Archibald H. Cole, Complainant) : and respectfully invite a call from cituens who wish by Repectfully.
,. recent disastrous news from the'wba- same disewe. I purchased another bottle, and it Francis Richard and- John S. Sammis} I permanent board, or strangers who may sojourn in A.Y.COLV/N.. .
!eet cured him also. Defendant. I in our hospitable clime daring the winter months. To E.PoinsettEsq.
t ((11 learn from a private telegraphicatch I do not hesitate a moment in'recommending appearing to the, Court affidavit thu'Franci1 I: _', W. D.'WARD.Jacksonville ., B .
t from New Cedfurd,) causes some exFnett your Indian Lozeenst to the public, as being the IT Richard one of the'upon said Defendants, ;Oct li;185L ,.i: .tt'- x xD.'S .J hn-n ,. 1

there. Speculators buy up all the most certain remedy for Dysentery that I have ever resides within the State of Florida but without the _August,?,,1851,*_ .1: A.

1 soil they can get at 60 tents per gallon.Iders .- used or heard oC If you see proper,you can publish limits of the Eastern'Judicial Circuit On motion. A CARD. Dear Sir: This will inform you that three

however, refuse to name a selling this. Yours truly. McQueen. Mclntosh'Solicitor Complainant. ,' om"children were' dangerously) with th"'iDlienteri '

?** In this market, else, prices hate adee& MILES PRICE. It is ordered. That the said Francis Richard do M THE SUBSCRIBER.having leased the or Diarrhoea, for
Dr.E. Poinsett, Jacksonville. appear and plead, answer or demur to said Bill .a..wel1-known:: house formerly kept by Mr.. 1 tried almost t every thing;that generally used t

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Sept. 25. 1851.. within two months from the date of this }Order, or John Clarki takes this method of informing the citizen for this disease, but all to,no effect. A friend ;'

. *ASUIZGTO:, Wednesday Nor. :.-Cheya- D*.E. POISSETT-Sir: This is to.certify, that I said Bill will be taken as confessed. against him. ;Jacksonville and vicinity, that he is now \fmine,recommended me to try your Medicine .
.' Htlseutn] his probAbly given a strong in- have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhoea It ts alto ordered, That the foregoing order be ready toWve refreshments at any hour of the day called INDIAN LOXECCST., .
most valuable medicine called published in one of the public gazettes m said circuit from 7 o'clock the morning until 10 at night; he l.procure4it- .
Lie1 the of '
r tht Austria will be displeased at our by 'use Loxecust your, after suffering for more than 12 once a week for. two months.. ean furnish Lunch M the shortest notice,.vis': Cold cdam happy say that.lMBo"e of it'cured --
Indian
, *: P waof Kossuth, instead of taking the months with that distressing disease.. I take pleasure -' THOS.NDOUGLAS, Judge.I Ham, Beef Tongue,.PIgS! feat Tripe,8hrymp*Sar- all three 9ycthdrenbopiug'yonrva1UablMedicine -
-.e position ascribed to him. in recommending most.valuable medicine dines TIIh'Ac.; he has had Liquors and Wines selected may become generally; knownr "

to all similarly afflicted. : Is OO&E .V. GAtwnc: Clerk of the Cireuit'Co .by good judges in New.!York,'and paid the ,0 tbat'aU'that'may>be afflicted with this,dis-i,<.

UaIproa ILELND.-IIis aid that the I reinkln yours truJY' of Duval Conaty,Eastern.Circuit of Florida, highest prices for them, and has he thinks,Wines ease may,have'. ,certain and remedy .. ?r-t. '
3 ? hip Bienville recentlY built for'Messrs. A. J. JOHNSTON. do hereby certify that the foregoing is .a correct and Liquors of the first quality; also Porter and Ale. roan truly, ". ,t.1': ?

k Johnson, of New York Ins been char- Formerly of Jacksonville: N. C._ copy ot the orig.order. ou file in:i omc. Gentlemen wiH please call and judge for themselves. JAMES LATIMER- **, f.> '
: : :L V. 0 mCIerk. and speak of me as they find me. Wo pains.wfll be '
that city Pilot ShJohusBar-
t *.J u lw ran j. upon She ig the to line be continued between upon the A LADY, who has corapieteathe course of in- __August. 23, 18SL_-2mIn spared.pieasen.li-who may i :favor'8.me S..with TYLER* eaS.* ,To E.,Poinsett- Esq* *, ,. '''-. -
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P 1te for one at least etruction at a distinguished Female Seminary, Circuit. Court; 'Jacksonville -Oct.:II.1851. ,tt: -> *
. year, .
in JACKSOTVIU.C ,
and has had Myera11e&rr experience teaching : June,9th,1851.! .T : .
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ill btkrC4X P&I5OKItu.-Tbe Madrid cor- both at the North and South, wishes to form a new EASTERN CIRCUIT OP:FLORIDA. STORE Dear Sir I have used'your Indian Loxeeuit-. : .

. In Chancery. :IVEW CLOfHlWG In family, a hare found its very valuable-- : -
?act of the London, Morning Chronicle -en ?SSonto my
*; *.*it In ErIgHabbraDehe51nalUdIngbIgbcemathematicS. Wflford 1dOD.Agent,has opened new CLOTHING remedy for .DiarrhoMU. I take great'pleasure/ ;.
the who have M&WdaAmn J
. :,rl American will prisoners amnestied .Ae, she will:give instruction in refer-the u. )> ,BILL. TOE DITOECE.Daniel .*:AND DRY"GOODS STORE,.on Bay'street ha recommending it to,the public. CiRespectfully. .,;'.
onghtto be .
. byseeu Safasfcctory .
: to Spain feStIvaL LatIn and French' languages._. WQford. ) one door.East of.Mr.J. FinneganX' and respect-! I ._ TOWNSENDw, :.; .
grace an approaching ences g1rfl. folly Invites th&eItizens of Jacksonville :and the "
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& Addftlll M'E.P..T, Biceboro'Georgia. TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that surrounding country to 'come-and.see.forv them (Egbert' .Poinstttj Esq. ': :" '

I 4'ColFU RAISe 12 NO&TJI Cn.oLuu- 'NoT'.1> 185L, '_' 3t'_ J. -the Defendant,'Daniel Wflford resides beyond. selves. You'win positively',buy your goods in this i .jACistnrvttij:,);:Fla, MiylT..'185ti f ; ,

ae dor Pltbe Milton (Y. C.) Chronicle was'auy the limits of cannot the Stat be Florida served so him that:'the ordinary new store cheaper than ever. 'you:did fn"JackJcmIOnTiIIe :Dear Sir::This may certify to you that I hsct ., :;'-
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Boston & Oonby process upon before. ,J M9DK. .
lb.iwD of Java coffee fully _, I suffering underasevure attack of .
t a pireel On mctkm of W.M.Ives,Esq.,Solicitor for Com '1851. 6m ** negro'gtrl ; -
. ---,that grew in Dr.JOHN T. OAEI. BD'SkJ COTTOY.F.4CTOBS.dND GENERAL phaIusuTJUs lime JI,. '-. Jiarrhcea, and,that the 'use/'of one bottle'of>,, : ,:" .

ibo5 mile from, that town.. U looked .COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ordtredi That hearing /be:had n'the I pre rat1o..u called Indian Lbxetfust.effectually/. :'-r ;
.' tarlsi shrub \ in-the Complainant* Bill;at the December :Notice* take this method cf.ie-
Jj the imported srticle. The BAT'AKD .JCTTEXSO* STREETS). facts charged curtcthel"t-ll1Cl'IwO"ild: "
I. 'old -COKVXX-. Term next of the Circuit Court to beholden -. IX'UON'THS1'after date I'iutnhjresent to. ,' > :
2 ProdnVed this coffee only two'f" SAVANNAHGA.JoU.flOStOJ S ommendlngit. as a veryrvaluabie. Medicine. -< .;; ,
at AJ11gtOTtU and for the county of Columbia. Honorable of'Probate,for.Colurabia '"
wprolifically." The tree sprouted Tromef :the Judge Tours truly 4OliNaY. : ;!
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P. I 'JOBK z.GrncBLNcv..I1 : That a of this order published as .... '=, ;
Provided; copy accounts and' vouchers as 's. "
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was planted on the north county, my ':.:
the three months' ; Sr.Nzcnoz.tsiia.uiy3l,1S.5L ,. ,
fa de" 5coi:15w.kich: 'em the law dltecutor space ; .
!. Administrator the Estate of Samuel Hi SOII I : 0
1n on
: > 1 1of e 'THO.DO LA8'l df l AAtroeeopy { ''Deaf Sir rThis Is to certify:that two BottlesfyqnrMedfctn ': ; ,- 4.
late of*said county.deceased j,for''which.alporeonsooncerned.areberebyrcqneSted 4. ,
Administrator's:Bfetice.7 : .. ', ?called INDIAN.LOXECUST- '.: '>: "
said theMarquisof Townsend'thafJJJ I 'TestS.. SCAEBOEOUOH, Clerk.. ,to but Negies ', ,....:
: bai perrnansuzlycnred twpot .
S. <*1 1 jonng man and engagad In 4 jaLtIJ1 'So,. MoNTlisAFTER:DATB/of I:the wfll Estate present of t 1.J'.aJ, 1l :L.- ; -::. _: i':: .. ._- take notice as shall ask to.be discharged from severe Diah-hori.+'1 takenendlogvToof'tsW8blei lea3arV.ec3.,'of".' '.;. .....'. :
jAy account as Administrator the furtberadmlntstration of said.estate.)
rotam.er at "is' tide killed b/ cannon '. '

i.,' !n k k *w"r,d'Ws_brains Jn ererj &** John'T Probates.fofthe* Broer deceased,Coantyof'toUts.:Honorable.Duval.',and the. .".: 'd"P'd4al-.- -1ll8...-- For- -',Beit., ;, .'. -. 5t.'VM.H' ;ROUSSEAU, AdmV without doubt one.of the best,i e!ifed IcID safest RJ:remeles C-, ', ';.', ','' "._.,, .;:.-_'

, i ejeswerest once fixed on IheghastWcn ask Judge:, "e..*! 'tetUeraent and :aflowaaee of the; ,\TBE above wen known''HOTEL,situated .Little Birtt. ,Aug. 16, 1851.- 6m for this di affl'thatrl have heard or sec&c. '. ': .

II '* sernitd wholly to engross his same,"and also foradiscbarge from, thejtoiritoLBDWITH i iU01I in the city ef St.Augustine, being,In : :SALE.at'the HWB'OPPjCEZiife1it4eoit I < : ;JIi l' 4,, i. t";. Yountru1y "-.; ., :
errentfooa.ormorsyearii'wt T70E .'. f .A
a"L- A ', officer ,rfbct + ; QJu"
''.'' \. .anterior obserTInE9 ofsa14NtStL. '-',; -- 1'1IOXAS f Adm'r. ,t :orwithout the famlWe;* 7.*t' j (. thcoiie of LotgMoniii ; .,''''' .'- -' ;; ....;..;.O.eINTD1J'i'
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CHARLES BYRN&r BAma received from New York,* supply'' ofType MEDICINE,*-MIDWIFERY,',AND SURGERY. : .. ," : )I:1fJW'

, '""" 1" 1" i. dothrlefobPr1titfl. '- .. ."$ ;' Orrici: on the-corner Market: and Forsyth 'ATTORNEYKAVlN'Gl. ;O '.)zia" ,- : D'rUre l&e r OB1lJ'r. 5%
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FELIX LIVINGSTON, ,Editor. w. are now prepared to execute,ath, shortest ,. ., streets, opposite the Court-HouM. ** will resume if.,'

I tice, all kinds of= Jacksonville; Oct.18, 1851.. UNotice. rore throughout, the Eastern Groceries,, .lf dY;

; TERMS: : Pamphlets, .Circular, da, .ndln the Supreme Court of $ ,"&c. & :'
I Law Blanks, Hand Bill, .' in the U. S.'District ;
I T.i Ill .ADVAKCK.CSTAi ; ALSO,
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., DOLLARS! MR ASRDX '
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I and will ; for sale ,
Business Cards, SboWBflh1i UNDERSIGNED formed aCo- 'em District of same, *: : at the-lowett" ?
will b'inserted on the follow Visiting Cards, Bills'.f Lading, ,':having thff at.Wuhin I'
: : THE MEDICINE, fore Department : OB',. OWiT
I I Labels tc.,fee., Jtc. hlp forthe PRACTICE OP 01.18,1851 :. Rr'PRODUC: !,"
Ingtsrist offer their. services to the. .
_ professional
and under : V&'Alllilltforwrkofthisl.indttob; paidondelivery. respectfully formerly occupied:by Mr; 1t. ,
oftwslv.lines Jacksonville and its vicinity.J. '
dollar .
One per square citisens .... '
Jane 14. D. Felix LivinATTORN street Particular.
i S. MURDOCH, M. attentIb
for each subse
75 cents
th. first insertion, and f M. D. )large.and_elegant
DANIEL
R.I'; assortment'if.
ra1 di. Y ; ; :
juentlnlertlbn. o1ear11adYertilerialib I NEW J1'O'BFJI I' Office on,the'corner directly' North 1 of the..Bn.ngton : ( 4.r : dl ,',f Bonnets___ __ '."W
: count will be made.07A11 ;. House. JACKSONVILLE, '
t I advertlaementa mast be paid for before tnI Oct. 25, 1851. 3m and moat approved stjle- az.a'... I
: April 26. his beautiful stock of ,4;'
BOULTER CO.
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I seruon,unless by a regular customer. By referring R. ,
be ascertained AT THE'STORE,FORMERLY OCCUPIED' BT S. Williams H TSi'BEADY.M.iji; ,
terms,the requisite sum may '
t. 3ur
I and transmitted with the advertisement. T.O., HOLMES & CO. COMMISSION MERCHANT. BL, Whit 'Smith &' M. SOOTS,' Ho.E ,Jft; :

,' 03*Advertisements not marked with the number THE UNDERSIGNED hare opened at the JACKSONVILLE, Ps...,, ATTORNEYS : before purchasing tfiL
: stand of T. 0. Holmes A Co, a new, "D. M'CUEN.fc ,
! ; insertions required,will be continued. until Forbid large, well-selected assortment of EEEPS constantly on hand and for sale a. genera ALLIGATOR. COLUMBIA COUMTT : e, May 3, 1851.. CO- ,.S
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and charged for. STAPLE, DRY AND FANCY GOODS, assortment ofa'ROCE'RIES' M..Whtt'Smlth, Officeit }

\ UFiYt dollars will be charged for all announce- READY-MADE CLOTHING HARDWARE : .AND PROVISIONS, 1\I.O'BrltD Office. at *

r me its candidates for office. AND CUTLERY SAD OF TUB BEST SELECTIONS,' May 31,1851.: and Mlll-Slte'to"5.1<<,

... i One square,for Six Months. t I tlO 00 DLERY' STATIONERY and will sell them lower for eath than they can,be Sale. 110.1
elsewhere in the South; )

. j I Application Notice to Debtors for Letters and Creditor.o Administration, t t 5 7 00 00 BOOTS HATS AND AND CAPS SHOES, Country bought produce taken in exchange, at liberal ,McQueen 'm I : .PLANTATION DISPOSE OF, at private** the'!!tJ

1 TOGETHER WITH of' U-rd-Forsnh',for ATTORNEY, .A. at the ,mouth ot'JIIIiI2atoai
notices will be inserted gatui.I STORE corner
: \ 03"::: Aflrelgtous CROCKERY AND GLASS-WARE, FURNITURE merly owned and occupied by Mr.Jas Armstrong.: Tl/ILL: attend the Circuit miles above 'Jacksonville.. ..__.

I miy. PROVISIONS, &c.; Jacksonville, Oct. 25, 1351. ly- YV Eastern Circuit;' the to be the most beautiful*'\
gAll: admissible personal communications will IN SHORT, is remarkable for its
District at St. salubrity-
charged aa advertisements. I Every thing to suit the market. ni M L awt onCo.., Court at Court Tallahassee; and ; fever having occurred there fry-

.; 03": All bills for Job Printing,must be paid on the Which will bo sold upon as reasonable terms as FACTORS AND COMMISSION' MERCHANTS, citizens in any part of Florida : The dwelling is spacious'fcj;

delivery of the work. they can be afforded for in the Southern country. Charleston S. C.WM.M.LAwt'ON' eminent at Washington, either and calculated for the accomas.'
I would do well to call and examine for No. 13 Southern Wharf, *
All communications must be addressed to Customers family. The land (about 409 1
07:: or at the Departments.
themselves, before making their purchases else- WHo M. TAYLOR, 1I
well
) good quality ,and .
adapted
the Editor, pottage paid. where. R. BOULTER & CO. R.WAINWBIGHT BACOT, JOSEPH T. DILL. ipp: ADDRESS, Jacksonville. n of cotton and corn I
f and abott,
Jacksonville Oct.25 1851. tf
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1851. 1850 -
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Sept. May for sugar cane. There ia a

; SEA ISLAND GINS. for a steam saw-mill, at tit-:
{ COTTON E. HARRISON & CO., American and Foreign :Agency, Oscar Hart creek, and it posseSelth, adni.' 1a

. i SUBSCRIBER- this On Say street, fronting Le : ',brick builditg, CITY OF WASHINGTON' in the centre of a section _
takes opportunity '
THE inform tbe planters of Lone Staple JACKSONVILLE, FLA. D E R the direction AARON,HAIGHT ATTORNEY AT; wooded, with yellow pint-; ', I

Cottons that he still continues the manufactureof UN PALMER of New York. and WORTHING, (Office in the Court House, ) ,flourishing..orange grove oatii

: the latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS, THE Subscribers respectfully inform their friends TON GARRETSON SNETHEN of New Orleans, 'WTITILL practice in the formerly produced anlnco&i
- double and single at his usual rates and is acquaintances that they have established Attorneys Counsellors. of the Supreme Court TV, the Eastern Circuit of 'dollars a year,and will shortly p
themselves in the mercantile business in this
place,
the United States. from the
? \ ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice. and are now receiving and opening at tie store This establishment is formed for the following tend to the collection of judging present thrifty I
i For the reputation of the Gins, apply to the above named a full assortment, consisting of Dry objects: States for Military Services,and ; ;; appearance;of the trees. Th a

I 1 following Agents, or to those: who hive them Goods, Fancy Articles, Groceries, Hard Ware, 1. For law in the Supreme ,Court of or other property lost or Mandarin is within twonuIcL.;
I in use: Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Ac Ac., with the United practicing States, conducting professional bu. said service pass and repass the housejia
L AGENTS. every variety goods usually kept in a Dry Goods 1'sin before Congress. Also,claims for Pensions of : trips to and from Savanna '
Store; which they offer for sale as cheap as they 2.ess For the prosecution and of all claims, or the Widows and Orphans of ng to purchase'this property,any

- Villalonga & Acosta, Centervillage, Ga. can be purchased at any market in the Southern in law or equity, against the recovery United States before Also, claims for Bounty by: letter, the subscriber; 01L

I I Capt.B.R. Bythewood, Beaufort, s. C. country. Congress or the Executive Departments, or against soldiers, and the Widows and E.Florida. -
v \' Scott& DeV ux, Charleston S. C. Their entire stock having been selected by one foreign Governments before Boards, of Commis' officers and'soldiers. CHARLES BYRNE:'
of the firm with much care and attention, and witha '
j Tison & Harris, Ocala, E. Florida. view particularly to this market they flatter sioners. Also, will give his attention May I 0, 18t. tf I
I ; 3. For the scttlement-of accounts with the State,
Fernandez, Bisbee & Co., Jacksonville E. F and
themselves that they will bo enabled to give entire to examining,Titles -
' ji(. R. Dukes Palatka E. F. Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office and Interior Department '-------'
satisfaction to all who favor them with their claims to Lands.
may ing ,
and the remission of fines, AND BOUNTY ,
) .i S.Hoyt & Co.. Savannah, Ga. patronage,both as to the prices and quality of their obtaining of All business'entrusted to him LAND.- a
and forfeitures for alleged violations .
S.Niblack & Co., AlligatorE. F. goods. They will be constantly receiving such ad- penalties the office, other laws. prompt attention and all fot the officers and soMiers ofds" P
or
I revenue, post ;
.. < Lar inger & Harris,EliabethtoW1;Lowndes ditions to their and stock as the state of the market of the 4. For securing letters patent for inventions from ting; will be executed by hint waror their.legal represeati icIi
require, solicit a share
may respectfully
Ga.
County, .the United States or from foreign Governments,
patronage of their friends and acquaintances. despatch. life for widows of such
,
ofiicergaJ
U 1' and .land warrants and pensions under
i ; ALSO been York procuring Jacsbonvil1eJDn. 1851.
Arrangements having made in New previous to 1800.
various laws of the United StateS
the
I]f : Extra: Boxes and Brushes can be had of the orders can be supplied at the shortest possible no- 5. For collections pension generally, embracing

j' j subscriber, at moderate rates. Persons wanting tice. E. L. HARRISON and inheritances in the United debts.I'I' Fraser
legacies, Philip : LANifl
J. P. SANDERSON. << ){[ Y
J ',( Gins, or Gins repaired, please direct to foreign countries. I
1
Sept. 1851. octlS-tf ATTORNEY
,? j Agents,or to S.L BURNS, 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of ; or the widows tcinoi stLa_
, J St. Mary's, Georgia. the States or Territories of the Union, and loaningmone5 JACKSONVILLE or '
D. M'CUJEflT & CO., of real estate therein. officers.and privates
f May 31, 181.; 6m on mortgage lying attend to ,,
BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA., 7. For investment of funds in United States and WILL any wio served in the tkih
t to him in
State stocks and loans, collection of the dividends '
inform their customers
: WOULD respectfully and for the transaction of all Eastern Circuit and the with Great Britain tEl
. NOTICE. the public generally, that their FALL thereon, generally, ;
; ; STOCK OF GOODS have arrived, and are now business pertaining to a Law, Loan, and Banking Tallahassee. lie has also War ; or in any of the la*
\ .STEAM SA IT-MILL FOR SALE. ready for the inspection of those wishing to purchase Agency. geous connection with an able War since It'lxi'
i : K7"A11 communications addressedpoetsidtoMessrs. ington City as will ensure a. 1790.
'I rriHE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale, on rea- Good Articles at Lorn Price .Palmer& Snethen, American and Foreign collection of such claims ratC!., where the claim is established,
J. dy as
sonable termshis, STEAMS A W-MILL Their stock consists, in part, of Dry Goods, ot almost Agency City of Washington, will receive prompt his hands against the United charge. ,
AND MACHINERY, at Garey's Ferry,Du- every quality and name, from silks to kerseys, and faithful attention., in ia aIM appointed Agent the Districtof
It I t.' val county, Florida. The Engine is 20 horse fresh family Groceries, HardwareTin, Wood. PALMER &: SNETIIEN, Sept. 8th,1849 ; Columbia for the
power, 10 inch cylender feet stroke, and 2 en ware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, of the Office No. 5, Carroll Place, Capitol BilL IW

ii I boilers 24 feet long, 36 in. diameter; all in latest styles!! !!, Ladies' Bonnets, and a vanety of serviceable Sept. 8, 1851. U Wm. ,M. q'T Life Insurance',' 'ii:
; and fancy articles, which cannot fail to
Company
complete order, and ready for immediate use. suit the most varied tastes of the who FACTOR fr COMMISSION "
( FAIR SEX, masonry, Bricklaying, Plastering
It has also a corn mill attached. The Engine 1820.arid empowered bjr s tofPtrii!
invited to callALSO
t are especially
and Machinery will be sold separate,if desired. &c North Commercial ofLves'nd the endowoei 01
For UNDERSIGNED takes this method of Feb. 14.- dlo.New York, C.W..bin&tolC"Jt1
terms ly
apply to me at Palatka, or:>> to THE .
': agent, Jas. B. Cole. my A select assortment of Saddles, Bridles, MartIn. nning the public that he is ready to $3OOOOOO. ,
j: galls,Collars Ac.; Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, do Stucco -
A.. H. COLE. and all that is found in this Bricklaying Masonry, Plastering, Harmonic 1 addressed to the subscriber hit
store
usually in
any Work &C. &c. He will furnish and C.,will receive attentio ,
: Palatka Fla.,May 10, ISS1.: tf country, the half of which would be"too numerousto plans prompt
i ;* mention." drawings, when desired by persons for whom Corner of St. Jnllen Street and ,31. TflOMPSOX t1;

\' : Notice. Their stock having been selected!! by one of the he is engaged to execute woik,without extra ,- ,and. Commisslover of .,. } toID

i. MONTHS after date the firm, and one well acquainted with .the wants of charge.' He'is well known to ,the citizens of ZOGBAUM & CO., :for North and South Carol J -
we undersigned F
i: SIX Administrators, the people of this section, they only say- Jacksonville as a competent mechanic and in Music and MUSICAL .if necessary,to the Head of Depth .
I Micajoh Deen, late of Oolumbia on the Estate of 13- CALL AND SEEd work he has performed already for citizensof every description, wholesale and Congress : '. :% ]

I. ceased will county, de. being fully assured that nono will go away unsuited the place, he refers to as an additional evidence Complete Bands'furnished, and City,November,18_ O. _2o l
to present our accounts and vouchers either as to the quality of the goods or the prices of his qualifications. at New York prices. 'y'opi
the Honorable Judge of Probate for said asked! for them. J. H. .
I '|I county,to be discharged from the further ad .N.B.-All kinds of Country Produce taken In f Casts and Moulds for ornamental plastering June 2L ly Agent 1U SON &GQ'E j
I
f ministration of said Estate ; for'which all per- exchange for goods,at the highest market prices. also furnished. JOHN IVERS. '

I persons-heirs, legatees, or persons interested Again, CALL AND SEE. We charge nothing for N.B.-To Planters he would say he has much Bounty La.nd' & G'e e New-Orleans: & Mobile .p

,.1 1/,I : -are hereby requested to take notice. showing our goods. D. M'CUEN A CO. experiance in putting up Sugar Batteries, and WASU'NG'l'ON, D 'Express .

? j S RHODA CORINTH, Oct 18 1851. solicits work in that line, confident that he can ,
t } c .. JOSEPH: T. W
WM. H. the satisfaction. '
i ROUSSEAU give. amplest Charges moderate. prompt and efficient attention Y STEAMSHIP.,
Administrators. J. L.
f Little River Great Bargains LAND CLAIMS ofofficers and OFFICES :
t Aug. 16, 1851. 6m Jacksonville May 31, 851. ly the
t THE Subscriber wishing to devote his atten. late Florida War or either: Street New York anf lI.:
War, in which the United ,
Floats. exclusively: to his profession off'erstor AGENCY .
t sale I g aged;/ r the ,War with Great Hotel Building, N. Orleans
UNDERSIGNED on accommodating terms his lands and )
as the y
THE Agent of Hon. OF Mobile
: lots the and to any description of Agent, BOULLEMTT,
L. YULE, offers for tale adjoining town Jacksonville with all Dr. S. S. riTCJII'S .
their There I Agent or Attorney at" attention paid to the coHecfaif) ..J
: Five Thousand five Hundred and improvements. are on these lands
Fifty Acres !
I r LAND, of two strong Chalybeate Springs, which yield a. CELEBRATED: MEDICINES. ring other land warrants it 'wifl.be his charge &c. (

copious deposite of hydrated peroxide of iron. Used by him with dllll1luuJu'lucceu in the cases
.
in ,
fractions 'H
of 40 80
. ,or 160 acres; to be located on They assimilated in their .. CuTe tare and difficulty of'the case.' I ISeI
are medicinal of
any of the public lands in the State properties NOTICE.
of Florida,sub- He:will also act in connection :
j ect to entry at the Land Office JOSEPH FINEaAN. England to Brighton and the Bateton and and Turnbridge Bedford springs springsof Coughs, Consumption' Catarrh, ttorneys" in Florida who may appointed .noL31ESour ,Get-. ,''It'I'HOt

. Jacksonville,June 28,1851. tf this country. Also a spring of the coolest Asthma, Heart Diseases, Dyspepsia Bounty land and other claims, Agent and Attorney to settle'&11 1011

r- common water to be found in this section of Gonorrhoea, Piles, Female maybe agreed upon. Letters ( in the name ofPa'laier&fTi5 ;

Administration Notice. country;;a brick yard with one of Hall's patient Complaints '&c. &c. be post-paid) 'will, receive receive all debts due the firm.f ,Ei,
PERSONS Interested machines for the tion. Aug. J7 1850 by Bond NoU'' .
ALL are hereby notified ready operation- only one in -Mortgage- 11.i
six months from the date hereof; I shall this vicinity,where,the demand for bricks is > AI.SODr. also for Darius deceased 11.c

--- present my account ofmy administration oftho estate great and rapidly increasing-Also,a framed $. S. Fitch's'Supporters, Shoulder Charles .: having demands ,against :Pataer

-- Judge offlenry of Probate Hartley of 6ural deceased, to the Honorable ,kitchen, stable and carriage ho sand two Braces; ,Inhaling, Tubes, ,and ,Lectures .: AUCTION Ferris, deceased. will f u

final settlement with the same county, and, and discharge.UK: lora from story dwelling! house; tted for twelve rooms, on Consumption, and the J to.T0., .Holmes for payment"M imlt .
07 administration thereotSUSANNAH nearlyconi'pleted. 'Also a':number of eligible artolF mingLife andHealth to Palmer & Ferris or'P'> '

HARTLEY. Adm'x. building sites and garden lots,within a mile of 'to 'Old n-S'At.'ES in any rt of the to call on O.Hcla" -of'ele t
August 9, 1851. 6m the Market house unsurpassed by any in this ..lge, to- and respecrully,solicited. and make payment. '

' ticinity. #c., '4-c. Jacksonville,-May 6,1848 SARAH P..FERRIS, lee:

NEW CLOTHING STOUE.T For further particulars apply to I have been .appointed Agent,for'the sale of Adm'x.otD.Fzmdec.- edt

1 MODE,Agent, hu opened'a new CLOTHING J08. .BAKER.Jacksonville ., the above? Goods, and will keep themconstant- JOB ,pBm DAVID,X.PALMER CEta'sbfCIrr ,.

:" a, a AND DRY GOODS STORE, on Bay street, Sept. 19M. tf., ly ,on hand at. my Drug store, in- the'Town of EXECUTED 7"iTH.18. ,'Jan 850.' i- ;tf i that

one door East of,Mr.Finnegan's.,' sad'respectfully Tampa,'.Tampa BayFla., ,.1 .- -- ,
Invites the citizens of 'Jacksonville and the Ex c tor',.,Notice. DrhL. D.ROdERSTHISSiDE1jj: ,To Post. Wasters-: Dl .. 'c'.
surrounding: country to come and see for them. 'IS HEREBY GIVEN p Irn -f.N_ J ?::
That lix Stamps. '
.
olres. You will positively buy your goods in this NOTICE from'date, I shall apply to the Hon. ,AFTER DATE, ,wU:,iII "
store than undersigned,Poatm .ster
now cheaper did, ,
ever ,
you in 'Jackson. THE'
[
of Probate Duval '
Judge for ti
.
onville before. J. MODE. county, a final discharge hany Co.,Maryland, our accounts and voucher t &'
I June 14, 1851. 6m t from Administration of the. Estate of 12 ;lSI'9ilsa2nyr'aIITAuogouri : in.the w.w.; Matthew IL Philips late of said &
: deceased. : .. ALBERT county. oLDuval, t 1l9 fr'f'. ; sively to publish,the ,idea of ) final settlement, and :a.k .iP
f' Notice. August'23,1851." 8m PHILIPS Executor. Aq 'aiuojd9mt\ ,flees with cheap stamps., ,All the further'Administration'w' ,1.: }

MONTHS after date, I will present to "I II I- c -aSI SIX Honorable Old Iron Brass and pus 1l.tINlIIld : 'JSpgi0 Can be procured at the:same'price ot which .
Judge .Probate for Co- Copper Wanted! \ '.' : UOD' any are sent out in an'vway : all persons Intieltt, -' )
lumbia county,' ay accounts and" Touchers' as :PERSONS hating old, Iron,Brass Copper: : 'J "IO 'tIo IfIJ'Pl'r; 'alN .u'El lJaOL. ,J.1y d r' tOI1'- up1icatea shall be forwarded, t" enotice-_ C

Administrator on the Estate of Samuel Hinson, they.wishtodispose of will find 'OT out charge. All who order a set Z. :HOGANS dxi' : )
. .
,
late,of said, county deceased for CHANGE TORDATES J.ROBERTS Adm'* ,
r! ; which all ready sale for all they can..bring, atthe, FOUR- UJle"L11VUb' ; at. r
persons concerned are hereby, requested, to ,par,' Jacksonville,. Fla.,' and :receive liberal L.9lrI .nosvwoqyg 4cGqijq' thirty pieces)-shall be kept in : .-,-, May.,l7,1SI.'e-, .. : .- fOriAlac
take notice;aalshall uk"to be discharged from the vjaiq OOt Address"Post. Master, Pleasant : : ; !
the-.further administration. of said estat .- ;prices for. GEORGE same. .uutb'i .QOt{ eiiit .c lvnb ur/o tn nyCo.Md." .. .. t --". 4- ." Notice- ;" Aad
MOONEY
"puv'aaqprj ?
WM.H.KOUSSEAU.Adm'r Proprietor. OOO'Ot+ ,Any,editor,publishing the above;( : iitii
May 17. ou uasu OjiOfl 'HEREBTGIVEN
Og 3 times
tfIOtiCCtQCreditdrs. '
and 1W&J
1':1.z sending
Little River, Aug.lGl85i. _6mlIotic : 0 : -M allVR a LO0W'0f p. : : \'t )1n
in WOOD ateJ
shlillapply
aos pay t g"
: -.. -',---- __ p9A_ J j oai rAdministrator' of the Bill ia ordered.-..-:-or.if, e .Probate'of.. Yal'couat1frr '
'- _
; -: -- graving will'be furnished! to from'th w
. having demands order,. AdmlnhtratfoBCf.
i
:,AUntie fc Gull:Rail Read Company; A'LL Rebecca B.Read late against of the Notice.: *> newspaper. head, and dee p.Jet'Ut : ri n: Huffincham. .:late'bVP.! 43> tit .

.._ FT\HE next annual!election ,for Director.of County, 'deceased,are i hereby notified, to Duval I SIxioTIES AFTER TlE 1 iwm>rweYt Dollars. t ; ; '. d'ceaaed44.'i' -t 1. ,
;.L th,A.tlanUo &GuU RaU present Estate \npjjnoss t1 .'
Jload CompaD,7. them to the undersigned within two John WJaccOUtMMni1fliatatorofthe Tnrsz- : loA. rr.
will beheld at the of St. years' the noaratLE -1 j 1 .. J -
city ; ,
Court Boom ,, Augustine, At the from: the dated this :notice, or &he1'wm; be, Judge Probate*for the Connty'ofDuYai.sii iWILJ.purchase aU h.JSE4 : -, -- -, ;l6m !
In -
the Court House Jn.ud.: city. forev barred. by. the statute in'such cast made ask for'.&* .aetUementnd'allowance cfthe'.ame ( E that Jht.Citixena ; --LT' 4,,
at twelve.o'clock on Monday the 13th: day ."f and provided.: .. ,and lino cars dilCharKt froDi.1hi'tfafofrfo shlpTtojzelnOs,4Jiolla1' FavannahTf 1 ,c.t ;NoIIc&w;. \;
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:
October next,.1851. < "; MALCOM. McG.:BREADALBANE, ; tion ofssld- estate.-_ 1 : ;a Gallon, th,Grtcuo ] t 9 tftlt.: .
....: ,. *A.G.BRNSON', 'I ,. Adm11ii5trator. ,i THSDWIT1JSiL Pound the articles : / at,;} h .& ":" 2e
d1-i: j must .l1 ..
1 113i.l -O &- : apps. '
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y'QEQ.B..PAIRBANKS
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them.
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