The Florida news
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Title: The Florida news
Uniform Title: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. 1852)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 62 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: George C. Powers & Co.
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 29, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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rd6c so that when within the, harbor, [; :'. ', '.1rr "" :: ,copy.the. ,abstract from the:Ezprea. .
nee' The ,Judge reviewed the> variona points in

, *lich though scarcely a league from ';,8 ea. OUR, 'COUN Y.. the case, referred to the facj,that tbc3ktbcdistcharchwas !

ocean cannot beseen.. It is emphatically organlte'd Iri the United1ates, in

tae ked harbor and so systematical: in 1784, under the superintendence and,sovereignty
Jand.J<< of the traT U1ngp cn htr!,who"in General -
that it appears much smaller 'VOL. XIV.
sa prorortionS, .A.CKSOllTILLE, FLA., SATtTBDAY NOVEMBER Conference, 'were the uL'olc-Fower'ef.; tho
29 1851.
than it is in reality. 'On either N0 2. '
church the
II first glance _. p lay members then, and now, hiving -
of the harbor there no voice in church &ciak '
Of the entrance are goTt1' 1: -
odetae a military point of view ) for The Slander set at Rest. A Remlnscnict .! Kotsnth.Whoerersaw .' Before this the Methodist Chi: rch: was << 2-
(Yin Spft"Uh
positions The editor of the New York Times gives the Tyranny and lnxleace.Mr. ducted by Jobn'Wesley' 'lUl.d.lila :Ienti&id

its entire command. The present fortress, tho'escellrat following explicit .statement of an interview who surrounded the snn-burnt the faces form of the of Kos-warriors ..the By the arrival or the Isakl,' at Ch leaton, the change was: made by hIS assent -tnd 1fisl.

fortification, combining in its between himself and the officers of the Mississippi suth when he bending his wordsin Coxrur learns th4t-, The church was never incorporated, but held

sa r ucture. science, strength and beauty is entirety : the, ban! ks pronounced of Shumla-whoever farewell beheld and: Thrasher has been tried by a'jury of six together and:kept.' organized by certain printed.

too near the city to protect it, or afford The Mississippi arrived st this port yesterday the hot tears coursing down :the cheeks of his months convicted labor 'of treason,and sentenced to eight rules.The 'that'tae
in the plaintiffs diilcronccsrbe
morning, and now lies st the yard.- bearded HonvcdS when Kossuth bade theta chain-gang, in'the quicksilver say.
defence! to the entrance of the h:1rbore navy mine ,
We are informed tween'the Northern and Southern branches of
a a sicgxate We paid her a visit during the day, for the ex- "tow,"adieu-will have been reminded: by the : that Mr.Thrasher
Behind it. to the south, are high hills, press purpose of &scertninilg! from her officers incident of the"Old Guard," who maintainedall : having established a newspaper in Havana, : the church sprung u'p'previously to 1844, :1.1 to
had taken the slaves
: certain oaths ownership of This breach threat-
accessible from the sea-shore affording a most the truth, or falsehood,of the statements which their unswerving devotion to Napoleon to to the Spanish Govern- ,
meet which are we ened to impair: the safety of the church. The
believe :
have been circulated in this necessary lo be ta- _
for to reduce that the last moment. That often
portion a battery upon moving scene, so ,
commanding in
1844 whether
: bj, foreigners, prior to question arose or,not
subject. Their of permIssioning
the city an,1 fortress. style conment was emphatic represented in pictures, Napoleons! farewell granted to them to iu should be"a separation, and resolutions 'were
both rather than complimentary. They did not hesitate to his faithful," was, on the lath of .February, and engage business there, i '
,. Ae'pate, although once the exporting port to brand every one of them, which asserted 1S50, rehearsed before my eyes in living colors. consequently .was regarded as a passed, by a large majority the conferenceof
: that held i in New York
Spanish subject Anti year : ,deciding that
f oft tic mineral wealth of Mexico to Spain, is .or implied anything derogatory to Kossnth They hung in silence on his every word, that laws of Spam.: tried* according'.to the I should.the annual, conference, the siaveholding .
a reduced in and i or anything like a difference between him and the echo of those well beloved and inspiring : '
_ importance States consider it best
no* greatly: population Mr. Owen, it is stated;attended the session of : to separate, theymight
officers tlf the deliberate
> ftlissitsppi tones
in did
jdri- might linger long their souls. Nor )
ciataining: but about five thousand inJubitacts. & the Court, which consisted of a President and do sol
cations, for which not even the shadow of Kossuth forget to gaze long and intently upon six All the Southern annual cnerenceswerein
of whom
; And although somewhat revived foundation had: ever existed. the countenance of each brave comrade there were for garotin
and three for that event to organized in a separate church
excitement (being one of the The officers had: instructions from the to fix the imprisoning Thrasher but ,
3 by toe California Navy features on his memory. the casting vote of the President decoded in to be called "theMethodist Church outh." It ..
8t0npng places for the steamers plying- be.tveen Department to treat Kosssuth not only as! the Profoundly agitated as he was, with a trenilling of imprisonment. favor was also decided that travelling Ministers might
guest of the nation,but as the of their voice he these words Brothers
recipient spake :- !
We have attach themselves to cither the Northern
and Sin Francisco) still too likewise or
Panama: a rumor the
f hospitality also. From the moment he come on the first hard necessity of my life for me was thent au- Southern church. *

t pithily; exhibit-, by the ruins scattered in every board at Constantinople until be left the vesselat that to which I was subjected when constrained i for: to city the effect of which that, however Mr. Owen, we do not vouch The plaintiffs allege that the Conference had ...

that the freebooter the Gibraltar none but the most. friendly feel- to abandon native soil and noble was nt tendered -
t direction. the proofs my nation ; a seat, but kept standing during the this power and this was confirmed in 1645 .bya
ings prevailed between him and every officeron the second meets me today, when I beholi, I trial .
e tsrtbqaake, and the ocean have, in by-gone myself It is generally understood that Mr. counsel of the Northern Bishops.
board. He made no demand to be landed obliged to bid farewell to Webster
a long glo-
you, The Church the then
has became
succeeded in plaintiffs
its brow IchilboJ-for its affairs cay,
arranging with
; days written upon : anywhere, nor did he request, or suggest that rious remnants of the brave Hungarian army, Spanish :Minister at the divided into two distinct bodies. Northern and

.. has: departe l.: to return rot until AngloS the vessel should touch at any port on the Med- and compelled by force to depart from Europe, American: prisoners are Washington to be and that the i Southern,. and that the South entitled. to .

I aion energy iud life shall raise it from theme iterranein, for the purpose of enabling him to to a place where the grave yearns for me. Ye President is said to have: instructed given up. As the its.share of the property belonging to the body. ,.

t of Mexican apathy and dc::.th. Strange "make a demonstration, or for any other pur- are still strong and efficient-ye are still per- Sharney to demand the immediate trial Judge release The Church owned a large amount of property :
pose whatever. The frigate: had positive mitted fate to bear for fatherland or -
orders by arms our :
1 of Mr. which was the New Ycrk Methodist
i Thrasher it is among
tt giy, American: flag docs not wave overt to touch at Smyrna and at at and to for freedom probable that he is
t Spezzia:- struggle its -a boon no longer I included with the If Book concern, worth $7 OJCOO ; but the agents' i
rest. he is
thfrMiieaceof the American Consul at Aca- both those places, numbers of inhabitantscame granted to me, for I feel my strength failing a question'whether not it will become of this concern, .as well as the principals, refused -

I, palcft: It i3 understood that our government to see Kossuth. and at both! he was greeted me with every day. I yield to. the unaltered permit the carrying into our execution Government will to allow any division. Ii
with applause. But he did nothing but return decree of destiny, and see myself doomed to the the sen- The further that of them
:1 1.S ins ructcl its representative at this city tence of the Spanish Court-Martial.: The plaintiffs say a part
his thanks for these demonstrations of same sad-lot of exile which was meted out to I travelling ministers and tLat and 1500 I
charges thus far are they ,-
; lot to hoist the flag of our country over theAaierlcin respect, and said nothing which could possibly my predecessor, Rakoezy. Brothers! ye are I purely wanton brought and against Mr. Thrasherarc > other travelling ministers, have an interest

yt : Conaulite; Whether this is done be tortured into an attempt to stir up dis yet young enough to see our fatherland in the plausabMlity.: He has, been without the color of in this fund-that the church has about 460-,

cat: of courtly to oar sister Republic, or tosooths affection. glory of her restoration to freedom. Shouldye :American citizen than prosecuted more as i COO members South, and that: there are about
as an offender
lie suggested to Captain Long that he be so blest as to witne53 this, swear to me the laws against I 639.000 North.
theMexi- of
the lately lacerated feelings of Spain and if he is will
; punished it
!should lUTe the vessel it Marseilles cross that ye will not leave my bones to moulder in only be to gratify the ,The defendants (Messrs. Peck, Bangs and
kUQ\ not ; but cipher or both seem France with his to and leaving soil in the malignant hatred of the
land the
. tiaSjire family England' I a foreign of barbarian. Spaniard for the Americans. It is otters, agents of the Book Concern,) acknowledge -
to be feared
iB Gcent: reasons for denationalizing ourgo- his children there, meet the Mississippi at Gi-I This ye will promise me, and this I am convinced that Spanish insolence will the adoption of the Resolutions,but stats

tenp.n in a foreign port. braltar. It was suggested as tho best means of ye will fulfil upon the forbearance ,of our presume Government.too far that: they were intended to meet a contingencywhich

accomplishing desirable objects, and reachingthe Here Count Lndislius Yay, with uncovered Should never Occurred and that the plan of. separation -
I. Oa the! 13h of July last, although Sunday, they press matters much further they ,
United States at the earliest moment- lead, stepped up to Kossuth, and said aloud, will have abundant was illegal because unconstitutional

:ie citizens of Acapulco celebrated the anni- Captain Long at once expressed: not only a willingness in a strong and manly voice:-'Great man! their foci-hardy! temerity.cause ere There long is, to fearful regret : and further, that the South, in withdrawing,

i marry of the incorporation of theirs, as a se- but an earnest desire, to aid him in who standest there, pure and spotless before reckoning of blood and between a did so voluntarily, and thereby renounced all
outrage and
: tat'y into the Mexican C .Ct.nfelcracy this object and stopped at :Marseilles for that the eyes of the world thou whom the Hungarian them, and they'are taking.i fair to hasten us their privileges as owners o f the Beck Concern
purpose. Here Kossuth learned that it wouldbe : nation honors to-day as it honored thee the day of retribution. II They acknowledge ,that the Beck Concernwas
-Satennah Kercs.IIrrii .
:s treat which took place a veay few years. necessary to obtain the consent of the when it chose thee for its regent-thou wilt: established! by travelling preachers, and

s IC!. it having previously: been a rortion of I French government ; and, as all know, that thou shalt, thou must live! Not thy bones, >le Cmtl'rof a SttpOlotbfr. that it is to be applied to tlinr relief, and the

r a :Suit: of Mexico. Communicition is kept consent was refused. The people! of Marselles but thy living self will we bear back in' triumph The Illinois State Democrat furnishes a synopsis I relief of their orphans and also'to the relief of

19 with the city of Mexico' by a road cut out were greatly mortified at this refusal, and made to our fatherland This we swear by of the evidence given in a trial of Samuel 1 superannuated preacher?.

spontaneous demonstrations cf their respectfor Almighty God And all fared their heads, Olmstead, and Polly, his wife, upon a chargeof : The Court stated that travelling preachers .
fthesolU granite rocks, said to have keene Kossuth and their indignation at the treat- while they uplifted their, hands to the oath, manslaughter, committed upon the person of : claim their share of the fund now, as before

bne by State criminals! under the direction of ment he bad received and solemnly repeated, "EsLuzunir1 we swear little girl only five years of age, the daughterof i separation. The'establishment,! had produced

a-Mexican o\"ernmentas, the peualty of their The incident created good deal of excite- it. Kossuth kissed and embraced those who Olmstead by a former wife.It I large profits, had been condubted with great

noes-civil and political. The celebration ment, and Captain Long expressed to some of stood nearest to him. All pressed toward himto appears Olmstead married again in three i judgment but owed its pros.critYIl1t1inly to the

f. : his own officers a hope that nothing might be grasp his hand, and bathe it with tears. weeks after the death of his first wife ; at efforts of the travelling preachers. The fund

referred to was characterized by an attempt at done to compromise the American flag.: Kos- The oU Huzzirs strove once more to press which time Olley the child alluded to, was was originally intended for their benefit, and

:t peit military and ecclesiastical pomp and pa- suth heard of this remark, and immediately expressed the hem,of his mantle to their lips. The whole about five years old. and was remarkably if attempted to be changed, it wculd. be the

nile. The deserter Riley, of Mexican war no- the greatest anxiety lent the flag shouldbe group was heart-rending to look upon ; even sprightly and healtly. This was about eigh- province of this Court to prevent it.
: involved or the feelings of the officers of the Turks-and this is saying much-were teen months ago. Soon after the marriage the The Court also considered that the Trustees
and General of the Mexican
toriety, now Riley the ship wounded, by anything that might taLe moved to tears at the sight. The train then new wife confined the little girl to,the kitchen, of,the_ Book Concern stood in the light of the -" ,

Amy, commanding the military, and the most place. He did nothing to increase, but all he repaired to Count CasimirBethyani: to bid him and kept her tied the most of the time, and Beneficiaries of a Charitable Fund which had J

:i beautiful Senorita of the city representing the could to allay, the excitement. Capt.Long did also a heartfelt farewell. The noble Count left without fire. In this situation she was forcedto been endowed by'third parties. According to

; CoJJets of Liberty, substituting, however, a not (as it has been asserted Lc did) "remon many beautiful reflections of his noble soul in remain up to the time of her death; having the decision of the original founders, the proceeds -

chariot. A Ball closed the strate" with him against writing his letter to the remembrances of the emigration. Kossuth no food'allowed her except a half pint of coffeeor and prcfits had been devoted to their
heavy vehicle for a the people of Marseilles, nor was there the mounted his horse and was borne away. That milk and apiece of corn bread each day. use, and if they came within the regulation, -

r festivities of the day. The ringing of bells on lenst. dispute or difference between them on brilliant star of the firmament- Hungary, I No bed was allowed her in any weather fur- they were still entitled to such proceeds and

add occasion-the reverberation of artillery this, or any other occasion. The statements from which the nation had received its greatest : han; a scanty quilt. This fiendish woman often profits.

Laos the towering granite hills that encircle that have been made upon this point and which light,gradually disappeared, until it could ,amused herself by beating the child in the I The Court desired to administer the law in

: have received wide credence here, are utterly no longer be seen in the whole circuit of the I most outrageous manner, and.on one occasion behalf of the claimant, their case exciting peculiar -
the city-tot dull echoes of the discordant untrue. horizon: The waves of the Black Sea once compelled another to choke her untill she was j sympathy. The plan: of separation in.

t martial music: through the rude vaults of the Nor is it true that Kossuth 'deserted' the more ,gave back a reflection of its splendor, and black in the face. She continually forced her 1844 provided that there shcnld be a Fro rate

I Cathedral, ant the muffled sound of the heavy I vessel at Gibraltar. Capt. Long offered to remain and a long night closed in.upon that too brief to eat rotton fruit: and vegetables, and other distribution, and that each should have tLeir

- tread of ill-accoutred and worse disciplined there until his return from England- day.-Sietches of the Magyars, ,-c.y Van filth.Sometimes ; share. It bore the itcrrcss of goodwill and

I coinciding with him entirely as to the propriety Horn. she would fasten the )little crea- : good feeling, and was founded, so far as the

wldiery, upon its stone floors bat too clearly and necessity of his going thither, anxious to ture under the kitchen floor and leave her Court knew, on strictly equitable principles.It .-

{Esoastnte th t.here mauls the slave of chew everything he could to aid him, and desirousat Movements of the Hungarians. there for hours. Other details were given, was adopted by a rote of 147 to 22 in a body

1 tad ccrmony the same time, of bringing him to the United A large number of strangers waited on the which are too shocking for publication. The wJi'ere'cJ,8 than four.thousand preacheiswere

: fine bubble from the hillsides States. But on consultation it was deemed advisable Hungarians at tbe Irving House, yesterday. poor little sufferer of ten wished herself dead. represented.As .
Many springs to pursue a different course; and tint All who were introduced to them were received On one occasion she escaped from the kitchen to the powers of the General Conference,

which, flying down in murmuring rivulets course was taken by mutual arrangement. So with the utmost cordiality. They are, in their and was seen trying to climb a pole which stoodin the Court considered that they were as they

through several: of tbe paved: streets of the far from there being the sightest ill.feeling appearance and demeanor, as different as the the yard. Upon being asked where she was were originally, and that they :were not affect-

atyaJJ much to its coolness, cleanliness and between them., Kossuth took leave of Capt. various positions which they have heretofore going, she replied that she was going up to the ed by being delegated to any lesser number or

Long,'and of all the officers and crew of the held in society. There was not one, however, other world to see her mother. The heartless! the representative principle being a necessary .
Waaty. la their pebbly passage, these springs Mississippi, with the utmost wanuth feeling, among them all but has attractive airtheylook step-mother ordered her down: with curse,and incident to the growth cf the country. They,

s fcrm nice little pools admirably adapted toT -declaring to each his regret at being obliged like a band of determined tyrant-haters, the trembling little creature Ml her bead originally had the power to make as many distinct -

f Imnlry and bathing purposes. to leave, and expressing the hope of soon as the1 re. At the hotel they dispose of themselves striking violently against the wall of the hou e. organizations as theY1'1eiEed. The Con-

Jj The region arouu.1 Acapulco produces the meeting them again upon the happy shores of as their inclinations dictate ; some join .This chapter of merciless inflictions upon a ference had the same power in 1S44 as in J 78,1.when ,
the Uuitcd States. Madame Kossuthandtheir their new made friends, and converse in tbe helpless infant was at last terminated by the the' whole body acted for itself.

_ tropical fruits in abundance. Agriculture ap- children, as well as Kossuth himself, were affected common hall on the first floor ; others prefer a sufferer's being poisoned to death with opium, The members were free to say what.was the

H:fs in its lowest stages. In fact Nature to tears at the separation.n quiet chat in the parlor, and others again are given her in large doses by her diabolical per- brat polio yof :accomplishing the great design
of the Master in whose service they were engaged -

ary- aims to Kupcrctdc exertion, almost entirely' :: On the Decision .f the formal receptionof round enjoying in the galleries their mrdidations opposite their and rooms.-a promenade secutor.The jury found the woman guilty of manslaughter t the object being the spread.of the Gos-

Ijipre dine her table upon the hills and in exiles by the Mayer of New The Court alsothought that the idea that
the Hungarian: They dress for the most part in a kind of half and she was sentenced to two years' pel.
:;everof !l York, Col. BEEZFMEzr replied in behalf of the military costume, and ordinarily wear black service in the State's prison. Her husband was the Church had but limited and prescribed
Hungarians. A New York papers says. acquitted. He it sometimes powers,"was' erroneous. The Canada Conference : .
of tf felt hats adorned by a short black plume, or seems, remonstrated -
Col. B. spoke with much emotion, and in the ostrich fe'atber. which lies over the crown, or with his:wife for her cruelty, bu neTrr had was originally a part cf( the American Methodist
cea course of his remarks there was many a tear curls gracefully down the side. Pome wearanti the courage to arrest it. I Church, but in ISiS \\allowed to separate -

A TEA DKINKEH.-Hizlitt, the celebrated in the eyes of his companions. He expressed beards moustaches: while others The.Texas Conference was also brat

.' 'riteranti critic, usually rose at from one to regret that their beloved chieftain the heroic bcavy shave and trim their beards., A number pre Different View .f the Bloomer Costume. into the American Church, ,and in both cases

II. to cclock! in the d:iy-scarcely ever before Kossuth. was not there to express their grati- of fer them to out yesterday:! promenading in This new dresj will tate all opposition off by the act of the General Conference. .

'. twelve, and, if he had no work in hand, he tude for the kindness they had received at the were with their wives and children. One, the road-for' really, the. J long'dresses of the The Court considered that complainants

tl ouU sit: over brCAkt.sf.! (of excessive strong bands of Americans. Kossutb. however, he company noticed-a trim-built wear- ladies swept every thing so clean,that theee was: had the same right as previously to the sepaiation --
Mack 'French roll till. four especially, we mm left for to'clear after them: that'the claimants were s.ill travelling.
tea, sm l a toasted ,) did not doubt, was even nowon the great ocean buttonedup nothing us away -
or five in! the ft'r&a'vu,silent, motionless and that divided Liberty fromDespotismand would ing a light blue military shaped coat,number of In short I look upon the Bloomer as the.very preachers, and their field:of labor within their

telf-alscrbcd, like a Turk over his opium soon be here to refute the miserable slanders to the throat, and lIe ornament led by a little son best frietd to the Droomer.-TJit Strut Or- original jurisdiction. Assuming that the General ,
buttons. a chubby
Pooch; for tea served him in this capacity. It that his enemies had anonymously put in cir- long frog desly. Conference was not authorized to make the
las the only stimulant be ever took, and, at the culation. He concluded by saying-"The timeis of Hungary by the hand, and was.accompaniedby division; still the complainants! were not',deprived I
the the delicate state hearts will declare lady apparently about thirty yearsof oge. "I don't care how my t girls dressy as long as of their rights to chare in the fund, not .
onetime luxury when .
> ; approaching your ,bore in her arms an infant, and both they dress decently but I am sure-assure as '
- ct his prevented him fromMing of Americans The lady ; having ,forfeited it i it was not in law, in thepower ,;
: Europe.
the l
digestive organs for the liberties of .people ;
and babe looked well. They were accompanied -
mother stabs!aql 01 uo Eanq tit-magi sug3SBpaai3snbof of the Conference; take it from
fermented or touching any ship has van even i
any liquor, the tr.1cvr your gallant
by a person evidently acquaintedhere this new Bloomer costume-that is to say J
lU fol bat beef, mutton. poultry or touched dressed ished from Europe, but her memory, and that os he wore American made garments! andEtppe&rcd iC it has any skirts-if it is only ,for the sake them; the whole the conclusion of the courtis

ye t'ilL perfect plainness. He never any of your country,-will cherished the,reamong to be showing the stranger the sights; : of getting a new dress; for I 'never knew, any Vpon the entitled to their
that complainants are
wt blast tea and was very particular its oppressed peoplE. We_ know that you..will of Broadway. We saw them at different points, I girl of mine let a new dress slip through her of the of the Book Concern and
ik &, qiility of thai, always using the most ex nn deny the graves and tombs of your forefathers and, although they appeared U admire all they fingers whenever she had a chance of getting share produce be ordered Whether ; .
decree will accordingly.: -
::1', Petite that could be rnd he used when fail to help tbe ,.layesof Europe, sit i a '
got, nor beheld,yet a kind of sadness seemed to upon one. -The Good-natured papa.A the fund shall be administered by.an application .
a: bring alone, to consume nearly a pound a wt'tket and regard them as your brothersWe call their eounten:1n'ces-a.: kind of gravity that .
rata or by an -
of produce apportionment
have pro ,
'4 t c p of Hazlitt's tea (if you happened to come upon you not to hesitate to take that. position went beyond ordinary seriousness(} we PKETTY POLKA.-We observed two reserved
of the capital, arc questions
for tbe first brewage of it, ( was a peculiarJag which God has pointed out as your destiny. thought that the happy faces and busy hands polkas, composed by the same, gentleman ndveitised > until the settlement, of the decree. ,
i it. the 'Clipper'
like "Bloom.er..n
; I have never tasted anything around them reminded them the
which they The decision concludes by expressing
He the KOSSUTH, The Philadelphia the .operation ofBloomerismon; petticoats
always made it for himself, half filling PRESENTS TO that were far from their ; : be effectedfeeling
the more they away may yet
the water ou Bulletin states that citizen of that city has may we net ak'"h.tL tL r those_ two wordsdo hope that ,An'arrangement :
J Spot boiling the
with tea pouring avocations and distant from Christian
appropriate of harmony and ,
in ,, ,
.., it out for Kossuth, which consists not mean the same thing T: a spirit
U and then almost immediately pouring prepared a present scenes of their yputhfatindustry. One of the without the legal enforcement of the decree.A .'

,. **kg. with it a great: quantity of,, sugar and of a miniature of Washington., from' Stuart'sportrnlt officers with'whom, we conversed, expressed .a (Delivered.without prejudice to the real merits -, :: _

is *** To judge of its occasional effect upon set round with'pearls. The frame of great deal of satisfaction at cel'1thing ,sawn of the question.)-Don't.a lady's dress'ot 'N TYol.u. Pt cuuaarrx-The largest 4

::1! myself I should'say that the quantity, IIazhittlnakof this is a gold star ani beyond John's the points! silver of the : in the United States ; fact. they _never, by the present day take so many lengths to makeup lump'of gold discovered atBathurstha'ben.

j this tea produced ultimately a .most star projects to cross of fit. In accident, mentioned the'nnm of our:country -according toT the taste of.the wearer ?- found by-a Scotchman! .

h1 :&aJUWUI effest upon him, and in all probabililistened i neatly chased. Twodrawn swords are also represented except in marked terms of commendation.! He jmt with the Bloomer .costume, .I.should be ': '

L4 /, Lis death, ,which took place .from i between the limbs of the cross., The said he had received many invitations t01ttendplac's 80m to say to jyhi t length. the lady:ha.t:1rs 'From Punch's correspondents' to s'be> 1""Because
forms a
It "
rmrse of the digestive.organs. ,But its iuimealt. whole is suspended by a gold chain of amusement and other"public places, it might .feel inclined. toga todn I Indignant: "Why may a curate hop .
to degree of ornament about two inches square, and is a for the he has a forJawn hopraguiPby : ; ...
{ effect was agreeable, even a an but they ,shculd decline all invitations Mil1 1l r: y
.J toIIQwioD and beautiful and appropriate gift. is :Lord_Portman like criofthe heavy
and not feeling subsequent most wished to remain as qald'sss.eible .
: is to him present. They "Should Ah Bloomer. Costumebe adopted, T* Adding by way of .reply fecauso ,."
York *
- lion from it he persevered in its use to the ,A gentleman in New present till Kossuth their chief,,arrives here ; : coaches .
,J '57 last notwithstanding or three attacksJ with a magnificent time-keeper. } Mr. Henry p petticoats will bo.outand? petticoatgoing ,oat he never goes oat without era} .
, Howard Hotel is 1z Herald. there may bean endaMast ,to all: petticoat 'bIIboot"T ,. "
filar to that which terminated his 1ifetJerrold. Rhode,'-who keeps nnderthe ; In ; ":
,. *
lS .. preparing a magnificent and elaborately carved ( ; !-=of'wbch'no one will be more ::1**WhT'.i* sleep, like, ,Tournament i7 :uc. .
kt. 'If'41 The Honor N Y..Wtig: sayss ht rln iced than.eHesPeked1lasband J
meerchaum pipe'for the illustrious Magyar rfij .. : auseit', a knightly pastime. >, ;
and ,
* will raise ..
election the first cost of which will exceed three hun will' -the whig party- ,THE PB ST QnESitqy or I'Fovtcnsoia.-i ;
a5 ; aatssrrrtr--Fall returns show the Other are' likewise: prePayin8.Prysforh keep raised the slavery:, question.! nhold: if ': ; wffl :be forjumptagoresthe "Jin: do *em brand deserters wi1
of Gen. Foote Governor over CoU Jai, dred dollars parties the ichig 'partyTHAraT 0h dear! 'howdelr: htfuh-'H> : Puneb--Zara :
L LS m.. The Germans in 'N IIj'.Jii of tit first principles of' Fast ielter D" wants .to know cause,D'etai.ds for :
I ';Oo majority. It is rumored that General %'wlLU (CONTINUE. TO,AGITATETHE : : ..stilesTii .7o'xAS -- -
y to bam the nignnt .,-..' *''-*- Disraeli?" "Dclcoded Farmur. ,);
will chair and York"" al1io:preparing pay ;, lAd,.
t t. mien gubernatorial ;, '. h ODor ., .*. *'**-;? ., : SLAVERY QUESTION. -- ;,... ,:;
ant In his eat lathe. U. 8. Senate.; : >i.


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f I' they toy as iras my Cornering WhiW1. ., '. '. .
\. f: 4 Great Slaughter tf the XevoJutio *isis-Flight of doo, so I 'mean'to hold them up to public riu- At the late session of the Circuit Court the The democrats have carried Ohio, Peansyl+ [(2'egrapAi

r: I; Caravajal-Prcparatiotufttr'another attack- cule once a month, which I've nothink. but a Grand Jury tt': John's county in their presentment -' Tania and'N.Jene1\o-aU; doubtful states. 1oth&savaun4 GIar-
TAt Dtff****fj *twniiu.NEW .. rights to in this land liberties,and with that < the result that par Further. I'O ]'
NjWYQTk; This gives Pe.'
I condemn In strong language, and lost
intentions I have dairy' of the ,
kept a nasty it ot a. Arrival:of
ORLEANS 19. theAt1antk4nj4
of the whole of, the shabby 'eviP-first brought to the' alien- ty A favorable posUion-reUeves
mean on prevailing
.. G.n. Caravajal, after waiting for reinforce i ,:and correspondinglY adds to the ; Yoax,.Nove $; '
I taents for several days, ,had been at last compelled fummerly, who was always hunting after their tion of the public by the" Florida Republican I embarraisments or, the whigl' The democrats The! ,steamer Atlantic has arrived.; R 3."

t to raise the siege Matamoras, and fly bargains> and their trait who bong suffered irarshtt as they' of the abuse of the pardoning power by GOT may go on nOW'and make their nominations; Cott o 'ln Liverpool, three days 39000. J

from the city-his partY8uft'ering great loss at called em-no matter long as without regard to New YOlk. With the tate$ I Imentiontdt or which 8pecula ora and exporttn
: the hands of the Mexican troops. they got the things cheap. Oh' I can't abear Brown. is sure to .Quot ons-F4ir Orleanl.. k 1
their pretty
f The Rio Bravo in such mean ways! Miss E. T. begs to throw We would not again advert to this "prevailing party JIB '' 5y; }fidd
an extra issued by that pa. but the whigs have no show at all 'Without I 4j'Fa; Uplands 53 ;
per gives still later accounts, and says that Ca herself on a human British publick as she is evil" but for the effort of the Editor of the York. They must therefore apply aU their art : mand good, prices advanced Uddhag'4J.r jtd. :
; and
satisfied it will not stand quietly by see a
f i ravajal was daily receiving larze reinforce female I have been Republican, after first bringing the charge and management to propitiate and i satisfy the .. '- '
poor put upon
I I I t march znents,to and Matamoras had already commenced his return when her subscribers reads all she has gone against bis Excellency, to endeavor to give it a great Empire State; they must come down on SecoudDtlpatchrurthrKosszth's : 67,tbe.\a..u .
'" ,being determined to make their knees to Seward they must ide-his reception i at
him ; Manchester
one more eflort to accomplish his sbject-the through. party hue, because: we had concurred with choice' and nomination- Here is a result we mingham. was one.of &l4!

i capture of the in r>nnrl<>mnn the evil complained of. There unprecedentedasm. t t1ti
cty.len. .<:. inability
i __ foretold months ago. We confess our, _

I : 300\ of.the GAno.les National Iuuarrived Guard and at l\Iatamoraswith THE NEWS. is also another reason why we think proper to to perceive any mode of avoiding it. It de. Lieut. Pin, of the Royal Navy, fs preM.

: with Gen.Ureyawasexpected make sonic further ,allusion to this subject- stroys ,H chance for Mr. Fillmore, between to start in search of Sir John Franklin.
. soon force of
a 8000 regulars : Seward there exists an irreconcilable French affairs *
and in
Governor his letter to the whom are an excited
The in
: strengthen the defence of tl-at city. published choice- condition.
: and rivalry. Seward's account of the President's
I animosity
: Recruiting officers had been dispatched to Editor of the declares his determination spr ch. Six h?
RdpubKcan, Scott. Southern
; f i the U. States New York's choice, is Gen. dr d officers of the army have declared
a report was current, that it to vindicate himself" from the accusation but will after a while lji
was Caravajal's intention soon to issue Declaration whigs may object, they may rely on them in any emergency: !
a a view of the 1lis
discover that they took too hasty a speech was regarded
as a
of Independence. as soon as "charges and specifications"eh declaration of
.. matter. The Bee, for example, previous to the of the and del.
ance Assembly, a
Business at Matamoras was seriously interrupted bo produced against him. In answer to : determhutioa to
the stilts
nomination of Gea. Taylor, got on ns oppose it to any extremity.
anything by was attempt doing. at Many revolution, and had scarce left this challenge, two "specifications"7 under the it did on Friday last, and talked strongly about dlers of all grades are determinedthe lOt.

the place and others were daily persons leaving. JACKSONVILLE general charge, were published in the Nercs pledges,-declarations of fidelity to Southern Presidency in opposition to the to'IUppert AhCtbll

SECOND DISPATCH. several weeks ago ; and there are many more institutions.-and hostility to Wilmot Pro.yi.sos. .
Saturday, November 29, 151. but when the nomination was made it .
The &C., Arrival of the Asia-Farther
..... rown.s.vil1epapen stlte.thnt the insurgents of the same sort which can be produced, and down the assurance that Advance I.C Itt.5.
at one time, had advanceJ to within two I quietly NEW YORK
- will be, as soon as his Excellency shall have of that nature were quite unnecessary Monday,
. 1 t squares of the Plaza, and that they were then AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. ;, pledges o'clock, 15 minute'j'
: given to his constituents the "satisfactory rea. from Southern planter who owned a large .
.f to withdraw ; and, though there was Miij.' JOHN BEARD, Tallahassee, Fla. The Asia his arrived at Halifax with 14
: not then the slightest chance of Caravajal's sue BOn$" for his action in those cases, which our I number of slaves. pool dates up to the 15th. 'S&g
It, J. G. REARDoy. Esq., Ocala, Fla. So it will be in regard to General Scott. If
cess- of his
men desert Sales to
( many having already consistent neighbor has now no doubt can be speculators 15000. To
t I: ed him, and he having scarce any artillery JOHN DARLING, Esq., Tampa, Fla. is true, he is the choice of Seward, but that 5000.FLOUR.; exporters r

with which to meet the powerful forces of Ava- Gen. S. RUSSELL, Newnansville, Fla. given. But notwithstanding the anxiety expressed -' does not make him a Free Soiler. Seward has .-Demand: good,prices stiffer.r F
los by the Governor to hold of the other to which he attaches a higher ., c
-yet the papers assert that the retreat of B. FRISBV, Esq., Carey's Ferry Fla. get designs, cm canal ISs 6d. --
the revolutionists was a disgra.cefulflight. "charges and specifications," that he might value, even, than the success of Free Soil.- CORN-White 2G; yellow 27s 7d. C
The GEO. CENTER, Esq., St. Augustine, Fla. The latter is which he contemplates -
Mexicans by
were making the most vigorous merely a means American
vindicate himself and the time that has Supply on hnnd
ample (
preparations to defend the city, in case of Judge A. STEELE, Cedar Keys,Fla.S. achieving great political results, and bales less than at the same time last ,ooo
since their the satisfactory
another attack. GMNSKT, Esq., Pilatka, Fla. publication his own advancement. His object is to govern, year.

reasons" supposed to be in his Excellency's I to control a great party-to be its varwic.lie .- Further ;;;the Asia :J
) Shock In: ana xorimng uccnrrencc- oriy or thinks Scott's military fame is a good fulcrum -
possession not and
: are forthcoming we now
I, FIn, School Children Killed, and Many DODGING.The ; on which to work his lever. The Southern NEW YORK, Monday Evening
Wounded. much fear from other that :;5 min. after 5 :I
Editors of Southern Federal very some cause or o'clock
newspapers wbigswill object at first, but after cooling
NEW-YORK, Nov 20-10PM.: -Our city inn and the leaders of the Federal party generally they will not be produced. For ourself, WP down they will ask themselves these questionswhat : WHEAT was stead; quotations shade lower. "

deep gloom in consequence of the melancholy in the South can only say that we have endeavored to discharge proof is there that General Scott, who COUN dull. 11
and well knowing that the
heart-rending accident which occured this I hns for his is TOlAssES-The retail demand was
what considered the fought so gallantly country, a : firm.
we to
, a duty pub
afternoon. Many homes that but few hours Federal party in the North is less reliable PROVISIONS
a on I Free Seller? lie was born in Djnwiddle county was declining except new Bacon- 11
; ngo were the scenes of happiness and joyous an the of Southern lie. Our neighbor will excuse himself ns best RICE-No sales. Carolina
question rights than the Democratic Virginia,-he h"s kept aloof all his life I unchanged. t:

of-and ticipations-where dangers were not dreamed party ; and knowing, moreover, that he can, for the "way he has"of "blowing hot from abolitionism,-his family have been raised 'fJ Manchester trade is active ; prices II1., i!

every countenance was bright with and cold with the same breath." under the influence of Southern Institutions. proving.The .
smiles, now present deep, melancholy and sad ifthe true position of the parties North,on this market
Besides, he ia too honest and high-minded a Money was overstocked. Cba- ":
; 1. lamentations.! Eyes that were bright are flood- subject, was fully understood at the South, a man to succumb to so incendiary a faction DS sols 9SKa9S. 11
:; \ tears, and the voices that were merry large and patriotic portion ortheir pony would the Abolition. Under the influence of these Kossuth continued triumphant. Toe ... d
are turned to wailing. The details of this sad We perceive by the last Sentinel, that Mr.
nonst rations in i his behalf "
abandon them, resort to every means of decep- considerations, the patriotic whigs will gradually \ were uaprecedentei
* ; calamity, as near as I have been able to gatherS Clisby has received: a note from Mr. Yule, requesting come around to S ward and agree to The new Electoral Law has been defeated g.
them, are as follows misrepresentation to make it believe :
I : him to publish his argument in sup- stand upon the same platform with him. Thisis France; yet, notwithstanding the Ministerial b
About two o'clock this afternoon. Miss Harrison that there is no difference between" the defeat
par. port of his right to the seat in the U. States our prediction short time will determia everything was tranquil. F
teacher in Primary School No": 25, was observed ties North, and that the Democratic party is no I its accuracy.N. O.Delta The' Submarine Telegraph was in snccres&I! "

J of
to faint. On seeiug this, a number of children Slavery We are pleased to see this manifestationof We entertain as high an opinion of the amiable The yield of gold in South Wales, is said:S to abe 1
than their
S S ran to her side. Others became alarmed and in agitation opponents. To bring this liberality and good feeling on the part of our pliancy of Southern whigs as the next equal to that California. $(

their fright, raised the cry of fire. This soon point to an issue with the Republican we said: The Hanover
: man but we cannot: believe with our cotem- King was dying. gl
cofemporary. It is an t:0asis in the desert of :
caused the greatest alarm and consternation cc We do not know of In New
r any northern State-and York, Cotton has ulvanccd}'d;1008 el
among the little illiberally and vindictiveness which have been porary, that they will swallow Scott, Seward,
unsuspecting innocents. Almost there be such, we should be glad to have it bales soMa Naval stores advanced tflourat 1
I in a moment they, as with one impulse, uniformly shown by the enemies of Mr. Yulce. and the whole Abolition party at one dose. If vancid 1. 1]

made: a general rush for the doors and win pointed out-in which the whigs as a party, But we think the Sentinel hal fallen into they do. it will be the death of 'cm. But we 'v _ _ _ tl:
s;T ; dows, and the stairway which it have their satisfaction an error -
of with the Com-
seems was
;; are not so rash as to set our Correspondence of the Journal of Centime. "
in supposing the election of Senator Merton up
spiral form and -
S running from the first to the promise, and their determination to abide T
: fourth story of the building by t and Mr.Mallory on the same footing. Thei e against that of the Delta. We shall see what Tlie Case of Mr. Thrasker.
t t Soon it. And we pointed out one State at least HAVANA Nov. 1S5L
the 14
.S.." press against the balustrade became i shut little analogy in the two cases. If we we shall see.DOUGLASS. Friday, i
S so great that it gave way, precipitating to the (Pennsylvania.) in which the Democratic.. party On the 12th inst., John S. Thrasher: wasirrainged III

;.1 f floor below, which was of flag: stones, used fora had defeated the Federal' party on the very issue mistake: not, Major Ward never received a ma- TENDERING HIS ACKNOWLEDGMENTS. before a military tribunaland, had red

play-ground, nearly or quite one hundred of I of maintaining the Fugitive Slave law. j ority of all the votes cast at that election. On to him the proceedings and findings agiinst tb

. I _the_..u little__ ones._.__. .The, .scene. at this. _'moment, wasChild In e!very balloting he had an opponent, and there S [From flu Syracuse Daily Standard.JWe him=/or treason. It was no trial, no opportunity :s
I "HUi anu nearr.renalD t'ynnll reply to this challenge the Republican given to him for defence and adtiser
: description-
. ; were; no blanks cast, or but few. at all events. no '
I, after child rushed down the horrible pit, ays:-"In the State of New York the Whig have ulready noticed the attempt made allowed him, as is requited by the Spanish1avfor ', h.
Mr. Yulce's main ground is that he was elected by a of the Rochester
I crushing beneath their whips: to place
weight those who had party has come out on the i issue of Spanish 5ui (!ct8. He was claimed ai a
: i gone before, while others leaped voluntarily maintaining on the first balloting, without opposition.- Frederick Douglass in nomination for( the As- Spninish subject, in order to inhibit profetthe T

t k out of the windows, and others threw themselves the Compromise!" Whether this unfounded So, the Sentinel's precedent is not iu point. semtly. The last number of Mr. Douglass'pa. action on the part of the American ConsuL- p;

: down the chasm,mingling their life-blood assertion four neighbor is to be attributed to We are not the champion, or eitaer! in this t' contains. the following "card7 from that individual The whole m-cceedin" has been in fravdvm p I.:
with those already dead: and dying. More thnn a want of perspicuity, or a want of knowledgeof but tendering his thanks for the unexpected justice-fraud upen Spanish justice---t, 5vfltU ;;

: seventy children thus inshed: into the jaws of the facts he must decide for himself but if controversy. we think it right and proper compliment : cause not to be approached by the United State

: death ; nnd, although few escaped being sericu ; that Mr.' Yulee's position should be understood. To F.Gorton,B. E. Hecoclc, N. II.:Gardner, James withjjinquiry. U

': Iy injured, some fifty were instantly killed. he will put on his specs and look into the Resolutions Abrams, of American office Joseph Putnam, S. He cannot be deprived of his American citizenship n

, The ci'imUy: would hive been still greater passed by the New York Whig State FATAL ACCIDENT. F. Witherspoon, William Bred; Ulll..tStatu Although he have to d
5' ; but for ths presence of mind of Mr. Convention he A melancholy accident occurred Dftnttv Collector, C. S. Jennings, Jas. H. Kelly, may snffertem'1o
McNully will find on Monday
the out mistake. They John C. Stevens, L. R. Jerome, United Seattt porarily, before he can be reached by the pol-

S who principal who was in the fourth story, and expressly declare that the Compromise is an evening last, at the plantation of Captain Sad. Deputy, and of American office, Sullivan Gray, er of the United States. It is perfectly rtlia lt,

placed on himself hearing the cry of fire immediately jffcn question, and subject to continual agita. ler, four miles from town. A negro girl was Edward French. William Thorn,Justin Dayjr., that there is iot the first particle of testinscnj
F.- ugtinst the door that E. R. Warren.
: declaring John Cornwall. Rev. Charles (I. that would attaint him as a loyal sobjec ,te-
S 4 .5 none of the children should go out in this man tion. Why, ourcotemporary had read Henry drawn by her clothes between the cogs of the Lee, formerly preacher in Syracuse, M.II. Jennings fore the civil tribunal of the land. A feY 4t,

ncr. His class by this means, escaped inevita Clay's letter to the Union Safety Committee of Sugar mill, and before the engine could be Jared Coleman, United States Deputy months sii.ce, when Mr. Thrasher soogltili- re
S ble destruction.The Collector
New York, he would have known better than stopped her right arm and leg were so dreadfully cense for his press. it was denied him byleGril
following is a list of the dead thus far OentJeme'J1 have learned with some surprise ordinate tit
branch AI
of the Government ,
to hazard the assertion that the as to require immediate fcr
ascertainedEmma Whig party of amputation that in
Gilderrieeve, Anna Slate, the whig convention held in this i reason "that he iras an American citizen "-tit. th
Jacob SoinstcaJ. Matthew Wood, Edwin Glen. New York had come out in the late election on which was promptly performed by Drs. city on Saturday last you signified, by your a Spanish subject, and he was compelled,top th

roy, Sarah Boga'ri, John L. and Anne Wooley, the issue that the Compromise a final set- Baldwin and Byrne,-the arm at the shoulder votes, desire to make me your representative the license in the name of Spanish 8ul pct .-

Miss Catharine Doway,Julia Delano, A. Von Tassel, lement of the Slavery agitation. Mr. Clay and joint, and the leg near the hip joint. Several in the Legislature of this State Never having Now when revenge for New Orleans riots is fai
S Brown, Lucy Carlow, John Knapp. anna ,at any time that I recollect thought spoken
wanted when
],1. Hill, John McMann.: Mary C. Baxter, Sarah the Safety Committee take a very different of her ribs were also broken, and a wound inflicted or acted in any way to commit myself to either I people -be or is the to be malignity indulged of and the grati pluou, th,

. Bogardus, Chas. E. Moore, George Mill, Anna view of the position of the New York Whig over the region of the stomach, which the principles or the policy of the whig party ; nhich has leer fostered by the Spanish fa

S!)' Van Dusen, Goorge Walden, Jane M. DC Voe. Convention to that taken by our ,.'obliviousneighbor penetrated the abdominal wall and exposed the but on the contrary, having always,held and the United Statst-he is made a citizeuaga1itfact pl1plrJ g'

i I ': Jane Elursa, Delia Ackerman, Abby A. Jacobsj ,' and they arc deemed good authorityon contents of tbe abdomen. She bore the publicly expressed opinions diametrically opposed and truth. IDf
Amanda Hoff Anne amputations
Pike, George Quackerbuss to those held by that of the
part whig Mr ,
; this point. well but survived them Thrasher had his lettersof d3micilwlud: th
Margery Stephens, Harry Abbott, Morns Wal. only a few party which you are supposed to represent
expired within five th
,.. ,; dron, Sarah Lony, Catherine Reynolds, Eliza Well, then, it appears that our cotemporary hours. This case affords another impressive your voting for me, I am bound in courtesy to foreigner is allowed years residence-without here fot which lus'ints-)so lo(

O. Nsill, Mary harper, Mary Teackard. Be- warning to the careless suppose! is founded in a :
about misapprehension of
t sides these has failed to point out a single northern Statein working ma my He did not take the steps requited by tW
II' others political sentiments.
>::i ed. injur which the Federalists-or whigs, as they chinery. Lest should at dornicil, if he rrish d to dose, to nauiralizehlfl'
you other time commit
any a self.
left for the be
I A large number were immediately carried to choose, for the present, to call themselves CIRCUIT COURT. similar blunder, I beg to state, once for all, that resided States, where
near two
and then btre
their homes by their bewildered have The Circuit Court for Daval I do not believe that the year, returned tor
' : parrnts, so come out for maintaining the Fugitive county adjourned slavery question is since which ho had
: sought neither clcmicilB
that the full extent of the calamity: cannot settled forever. I do ris:
yet tint die not believe that slave-
Slave law and on Wednesday evening last. The naturalization
: be fully ascertained. suppressing agitation on theSln.very appliCation and is liable to a fine only rot
: : question. 'After of the holders of the old claim against the catching is either a Christian duty. or innocent the negligence. He was condemned the asking put
The half on
excitement at the school, and at the 9th furnishing column amusement. I do not believe that he who anl
ward station house of cenn.ty for building tbo Court House, for a writ of of the "Fiscal" by the military tribunal!
has been such as is seldom matter not very relevant to the pointin breaks the arm of the kidnapper, or wrests the do,
t i ever seen in our city. mandamus upon the County Commissioners,to eight years presidio in Africa as we understood .to
issue he the corartel trembling captive from his is I
: & gives following very curious grasp, a tm- on the 12th
The. spectacle. .u.of parents. clasping their dead piece of assumption : them to pay the same, was refused, and the rule tor." I do nut believe that Daniel Webster is ,-but to-day we have pretty goOnssumaiice < r I
ana aYlDg Chihlrfn, bpggnrs attempt discli nrpfui. the Sivior of the Union that he goes to death by cerretiftsd* Vel
ui ucacription that the
nor Union ,fim/ttf in :'the fltiifl-rilf-mf. mill.. .C ,.'.. 77 The
The scene was most lamentable Whigs in Pennsylvania have shown that ....} nr ltI nt
I to they stands in need of such a Savior. I do not believe A '- .v VJy "" Ull
5, behold. will sacrifice their party to the Constitution ; NEW PUBLICATION.-Owing to the press of bu. that human enactments are to be sentence is yet waiting the approval of Conch*>,> ot

. II i The police and staff,the recorder and Mayor, and we think we have pointed out" the in. sin ess during Court week, wo omitted to notice in when they are point blank against the obeyed law of find we hope that he may rectify the grossu agl

I and medical gentlemen were promptly the stancs in which Whigs as a have last nnmber tho the justice that is thus attempted" under cover of
f on party, at least our appearance of a new weekly living: Go]. And believing most fully ( btl
: spot, rendering tho suffcresall the aid expressed "in the as law. I sin informed that Mr. Owen has asfced
in acquiescence
their Fugitive Slave paper, entitled The Southern Family Friend, pub. 1 I do,) the reverse of all this, you will easily for l e
I power. law, and their determination a copy of the will protestagainst
to abide it. believe proceedings-and
by to III
be '
lished in Columbia me a )
_ An will South Carolina, at two dollars person wholly unfit to receive them.
inquest be
at nine .
: These Pennsylvania Whigs are a curious a year. It is devoted to Southern literature the suffrages of gentlemen holding the We the
morning when the and cannot get the it IS
true cause of this opinions and the fabrication, to state ,
. i ;; direful calamity will be more fully known. set of fellows, to prove thoir devotion to the general intelligence, and is embellished with several of the Whig favoring party denominated policy of" that wing I I IG it is achiercd upon stamped paper ; but the only
the }
P. S.-J0>: P; L-Since theabovr was sent Constitution mustering an army of 178,000 fine engraving, among which we would mention (ns'" Silver cause; established to make treasonable cci'ify A ,

i it his been nseertainedthat besides those kill the likenesses of Gov. Means lies in a Inter he did not nrite. nobody n*
vothers that
U i to overthrow it and our neighbor tellsus and Col. Wade With all the respect which decision i
ed, some seventy or eighty are maimedsomeof Hampton, and a sketch of tho Lunatic permits me to your read--tkat he did not rect'lrt-a711 that \n s addressed
they un.cq uicsce after Asylum at entertain for I
being well you am anD
them for life. whipped. gentle.
"j Many of the little to Mr.
ones areso writing
dreadfully Mangled as to be scarcely <: in the Fugitive Slave law I" Columbia. It is as large and cheap,...and in every men, Your f.iithful fellow citizen, rasber-and) TrasserSpanish( way of J-
recog; presented for his fccceptsne
respect fully equal to of the Northern FIIEUURICE ::
nizable by their parents. A number of the Even in Massachusetts, where tbe Democratic its ony papersof DOUGLASS.Mr. by a police officer flflcr his arrest and which B e ea.n.
wounded, it is supposed cannot survive. is class, and we cordially recommend it to the Fillmore'sDeputiegand(: Silver refused, toicceive. This ii
- party thought less reliable than in the Greys at 1etterrnspre'7afeitentrap )
I' S Lo language can half the distress patronage of our readers. Hero is an that ilDp
depict opportunity ) nominating Fred him nnd
other Douglass put on board the Georg1$'
northern a
1 S which exists iu consequence of this most mclanchancholly States, they occupy a .much of encouraging Southern talents and enterprize the Legislature 1 Who have negro, for New Orleans, wilh a request to tbe'clerktob' 88at

disaster.: more favorable position wards the South than without having to more for it gone farther than particular 1011
than and
pay is give it
paid for this to conji the to.Mr. Thrasher-
I the old Federal party. The Federalists there the Northern trash which is so eagerly devoured by Abolitionists"1-fEJ.[ News. -in person."' He did not dosD When wrested Ule

Another Funny Hook Coming. have run the notorious Winthrop for Governor so many at tho South. ,it was expected: he would have tneleW 'pp

j I The following is an abvcrtiscment from the on the Sewaad N. York platform of Death 'of Fleldiiig A. Browne, Eq, upon his person. They were dfssppointtd "b
keep tLe
London Athenium SWESTMI NSThR REVIEW. We regret to hear was not *
: -Tho October that Hon. there. Who Wedo"6
F. A.
ing the num Browne comes next?
I I "Sequel to the 'Greatest Plague of Life.-On the open law slavery agitation for the repeal ber of this interesting Review is at hand, with its of Key West, died on tho 2d 'instant.. He know but we feel that the agis of our constrM ih trur J

til : ;# the first of November, 1851) will be published, Fugitive : while the Democratic ConnnHon usual variety interesting and instructive matter. cupied the post of Vice Consul for oc. not here, protect American cituens n.,

Part 1., to be continued monthly, price one passed resolutions sustaining the Compromise The table contents France and
- areas :-1st. Western Spain and
chilling each, The Shabby Fammerly How and Gov. Boutwell was the oldest resident of the island California reul.
-4 or, planted himself on Africa; 2ad<< Tho Marlboroughs and the

'tho Stuckups. who was'Nobody' struggled l to be those resolutions ; s? if frec-soilers voted for Queen" Anne; 3d, Reason and Faith 4th Reign New-of -a man of exemplary character: !and much respected ifr. Silas E. Burroughs thus writes from?** I
Exposed ; Francisco
I by Emmerly Tiddivate and to the New
esteemed. York Journal of CoDa&hu
late 'Fun de Sham' to the Fammerly, though Boutwell, they did so with their eyes open. man's Political Economy; 5tb, Gregory jjfNazianum merest-.. 0'_'

-1 really and truly I were nothing but a common ; 6th, Decisive Battles; 7th, Life and Immor. Alabama "" The recent State> election has given thed "ti'E"' 1

pi-I house nnid, and worked off my legs. Miss E. FLORIDA SUGAR CANE. 'p tality; 8th, Foreign Literature. :\lontgomeJ'y"Adnrttser Democracy.The mocratic party control of California, and *.*. Sb''

: Tiddivate in making this her first dehitt before We omitted to mention last week the receipt of a I' LONDON QUARTERLy for & Democratic Convention contains a'oall State will be divided. In my opinion, this ,nn-
S a generous British publick the REVIEW.-We have to meet on the 8th ter '
hopes the
S cautions: roceived southern
present of two very fine canes. One of them had the No. January next for becoming a Slave State. W
; reader will this the.appointment
look her valuable Review of dele
upon anthography with an twenty-firo matured joints, and for theOeto- gates to the Baltimore value of.our possessions on the Pacific is frc*'*
measured feet J]
indignant i;as E.T.is entirely, self-learnt ber quarter. The following)) is the Convention. The call is
and table of content>> culably great 'In the march of*'
four inches in length, and five and a quarter inches .: signed by the Hou. W. R. King of greatness ;
was never brought -1st, Widow GovCollier
up'to wheeled a pen; but Burning-Major Ludlow-2nd noble Nation and the the U*
Life ex-Governor ; attachments of
I really I eel it in circumference. ,They were grown on the planta. Fitzpatriok, and most of the leading Jct
my dooty to all and Worbs of habitants
propergate the Bishop to the *
Kerr ties
3d, Puritanism democrats they have left at >{ 1-
in of home.
I tion of Mr. John the State.
A. When
and Summerlin
mean ortifuges It
about 20 '
paltry subterfices my late miles highlandsThe Men re trong as I have tile!,.
4th known ,
membered that ever bu .
I : above here ; Correspondence Governor Collier's ; .'4
I (who axchally wanted to on the St. John's. election
be wishes
mistook They were of the was and
S ;wcen Mirabeau interests they
claimed ,
the Count in this State must be consulted or
r : ,
do as '
la M' k a Union I
tof some of the one tong) was purple ribbon and ; 5th, triumph and will '
guilty of Ipurses species, set
I :-. us were very fine cane: but SVilkin'B Edition of Sir Thomas that Senator Kin is the choice up for themselves. lb&1'Mr.
*ad the Browne !< of
entire confidence of both we have much ; 6th, The many of our .
I the seen larger grown in Florida. Verily (Constitutional! Burrows Charleston Mercury,
Union says
Lexington .at4
Papers 7th democrats
young ladies and their mar In the qrrgain likewise this is the ; ,Lyell-pn Life and its Suc for the Vice s well known
land ,
for merchant ,
"rtreetdoina as a
Presidency N.York.
!.and cessive i we wealthy : ; 1-
aye may indulge
Developments the
which I told 8th hope
therk'sder for when chicken fixins" toe. S ; ,Papal Pretensions. ; Oth, example will, IlOt. be 'without 4 ita their who, for the love of adventure, has engaged ia, '
Revolutionary Literature. '. influence in 11 sorts )
: & of hair-brained The.Ial
S Georgia.- rglaJl. ,....',t-: <. enterprise. "
t we heard: of_'him beforerwas that; be" was at a RG1F


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.,hIliDg expedition heyoni.DJ rrlng' :Strait, iNSANTrI' IK J LUPOBNIA! I .': ; i.'t: i i -.... i -- - .
uncomfortable proximity the N rthr&Je The San Francisco 1Ii O tfati- G :
d to I
Courier Is pressing : .1
he and his confreres were in close the upon ;
where attention of the authorities of that State From Savannah'
turned into icicles. Paltrtka
: He
had ,
of beiag l1NDiAN1..0XEC
duty of
50pect is.,, *l lock in jetting! oat or the scrape,&.ridI I sane. The providing necessity a public of asylum for the in- ;Via,Darien -Srunsinctj St.,'Mttrys,'Jacksonville, ST..

his lore of. with 'some,provision for the Slack Crest and Picolata. .
' i Is since refreshed noTelty awJr reception and treatment patients :: I- r ; '': :) ,
tbe lnd of Kld* He is,'we l'1ppOS suffering To leave THE : CERTAIN'AND
of > under this dreadful affliction it Thursday, .2nd" October, at .4 MOST SAn U
urged try the TY :
observer, and writes as above BY I FORTIIECUREOP
:t a verY impartial subject we hare before great and increasing prevalence Insanity THE TOLAKA. .o'cJock-P. M. I i
to a re- .
1. II ferenee There no ioubt.' this among the emigrants. There is scarcely a RATES OF FARE REDUCED. Chronic 'Drrhathid Dysentery
appears .
3. irked upon. physician in the Btate wfiohas\ not had :
;; ]Bittfr of the division of California with refer-' patients than one. Hardly Tessel,leares more the By the arrival of the steam-packet W lakt1, .THE new ansi pup rlor faststeampacket Which has ever ken presented to Ihcpullic. It

;. t the formation of a, slate State in the port for the this from & ,MAGNOLIA P. stand upon it*tnen vterfej andnetds
fUce b7ls"eerious and th.t.lt will form the basis Atlantic States which does not take morning, Savannah, we are in possession )McNELxr muter, will leave, nt pvfag. :

fnkenextCJongressinaleCTfirfe. j away some sufferer,for medical aids A judge of the latest Savannah NerDs, from above,and continue to leave every THURSDAY.as trr IT HAS NOT I FAILED TO CURE DC JL

tr are informed that a letter has been re- I of one of the lower courts in San Francisco has! which we make some extracts.S. Returning wfll leave Palatka every Saturday morn. SINGLE L'iSTAr\CE..cD
stated that more than.one hundred. in at 8 o'clock
and fiftwcases ; and
leave Jacksonville HIS Valuable
Virginian member ---- --- same eve preparation is
;;. from a native now a has .1 at 9 o'clock. T compounded
come undtr his ning \
:-- of California which Observation' that CAROLINA-GOV. MEANS' from several medicinal! ,
MESSAGE. roots
Legislature express. lor growing in
d At city in lesss than six months freight or passage, having splendid "
and the editorof aco>mmodations the Wilds of Florida. It
t5 the confident opinion that the Legislature the Courier thinks there have been least The Charleston papers: of Thursday contain state rooms io- apply on board or to'I I is ruEEtx and WHOLLY

,jut its next session, adopt a resolution sub- four hundred victims since at the message of Governor Means, delivered to FERNANDEZ, BIFBEE 4 CO., Vegetable, and designed.ESPECIALLY: the
C Tote of the people the the settlement of Acenta at Jacksonville cure of the above disease. The Inventor and
iUiu; to question be place by the Americans. the Legislature of South Carolina on Monday. or '
whether California will or will not introduce disease is also At the mines' the The message is short, and is confined mainly to M.A.,COHENi Aengt at Savannah Proprietor is f convinced that It Is an invaluable
'U prevalent. In fact the OJFre- bt Medicine. In
of slavery. The same letter accounts review of the domestic payable bY.lbippen., fact th* feet that he
tem avows a affairs of the State. A
tie ij' make it i hat in Oct.: 4, 185J.
1 no.other: known commu. tf has given it in the town in which he
; belief tbd the! people of Californa will de- has there statement of the finances shows the assets of the resides,
been io .
ever and the
large a portion of asto1t JAuag svcctsf with which it has ,
r'f'oroftbe introlnct-on of slavery as State to be $5,133,414 and the liabilities 53 '
: eiieia '
s and u'efnl for the persons deprived of their reason, and needing i From Jacksonville met, warrants him in_saying that it is a.POSI
i. BMt econamical working of the tendercst cares of sympathising kindred 208,424 leaving A balance in favor of the Treasury : : TIVE CURE. lIe has therefore ccmc to the
: At mines &c. Should the people of Califor- nnd the of $ 04,9Sg. For Enterprise and ltIellonville.THE'SteoonerSARAH. determination
:0 guardianship of some public institu I to place it within the reach of
the introduction of Governor
to slavery we The recommends additional

I. tit agree all knowing how suffer with
feir oft Congressional excitement on tion.The to the Military Schools of the State ; ,rtJ'- I many this very 0,
rt be no causes which produce these remarkable .. SPALDING, having been I unpleasant and often dangerous Disease particularly -
ct. With a Democratic Congress, andvehaYe and suggests that the Brigade Encampments of newly ,
1. tie !11f1j results needs not be searched for far or ftIf fitted op will resume her regular in the Southern nnd Western States.
doubt) a Democratic Ad minis the Militia be discontinued.On .
( no long. They lie upon the surface, and are open trips for the above places on Monday the 26th inst, In purchasing! my INDIAN LOXECUST be
a. tin, cannot believe that f;o monstrous apropocitiOfl to the understanding of the most careless ob the subject of federal relations Governor touching at. all the intermediate landing. and will particular and look for my written signatureon

as the exclusion of a Plate because I server. California hns been a land of the most Means snys little He concludes hjs message continuo punctually to leave every Monday morn the label.

lr people preferred slavery, can for one mo- with a brief summary of the wrongs which he ing at 9 o'clock, connecting with the U. S. Mail I refer the below
extravagant hopes and the most bitter to a few certificates
eed. Should the event disnp. conceives the South has and altho' steamers to and from"Savannah. For
nest sac transpire,and I sustained, freight engagements selected from
r. pointments. Never were the most among many received from
powerful orpairoge. apply on b ard, or to re-
the Northern majority refuse the ad- reiterating his formerly-expressed opinions as
!ofll,1 passions more widely excited and FERNANDEZ BISBEE ppecUble citizens of Jacksonville. .
II though .tCO.
; : some Agent
jnission of a FIne State under these circnra- hive to the course, iu his judgment, it should pursue .
been successful Jacksonville 23 EGBERT
rst many have Ie2n suddenly Aug. 1851. Cm POINSETT.P. .
the whole South will be aroused toa yet he patriotically expresses his determination -
tinces, awakened
from dreams of bounulces wealth S. Planters should not be
sense of the outrace, and there will be but by to acquiesce in any action that may be without this
t t- doe shocks whiqh scattered these visions and vlusble'Medicine..
over. ENTEBPHIZB Every family ought to
one opinion as to the necessity of abandon- taken by her constituted authorities. HOUSE
one whelmed them pith the blackest prospocts, keep it on hand.

ill:!!a burdensome and insulting a confederacy. crushed them with the pressure of impcn.ling Lake Monroe, East Florida. A.M.REED, principal Agent for Jackson-
Governor of Tennessee in his
Campbell ,
_'RiehzDnd ER'l'ltir'r.J'rOOCi Jjr
o want and filled them, with regrets and anxieties ville. ..
to the Legislature: states that $2,600- THE ,'. ,
Message A Subscriber
and forebodings before which the respectfully the Jacksonville 16
reason August 1S5I.
::;' ly
000 had been subscribed to the Memphis and .
p'iblic general that this house _
of the Decaying Condition af the Whig of many a stout hearted man has given way. will be -
Party. Charleston Road, above S2.000.000 to the Louis. opened for the reception of the
Some by 10th
unused to labor, trained in habits of company :
Kzicker1ocker vilfonnd Nashville Road, and over S150.000 to day October,and intehda to give the business his Notice. .
from tTir Albany a Whig indulgence or easeallureJ: by the prospect
Stamp: ptlJKr4'iMStll'ard the Nashville and Columbia Roid. lIe commends strict NI'So1alaUcntion. his table will be furnishtd I Directions for using Poinsett's Indian Loxe-
sudden fortune and
never counting oa toil
all these works to the Legisliture as de with the best the country affords, and no trouble oust will bo found on the inside of the
WHIFFED CoMMUsrrr.: -The elections or reverses rushed into the wilds where instead wrapper
\ or exrense will be spared to make all comfortable
r State countenance and aidS on each bottle. Where
fhicb have taken place io Ohio, Pennsylvania, of gathering gold dust plentifully in serving who may call on him. there is fever attend:

Jaw JenT and Sev.ork., prove two things: pence,they had to meet with the rough frontier =-- The mild and genial climate of South Florida log the disease: ) a purgative should in every
On the
(I7 and after the 6th of December ease be used before
tint the Whif, jtfrty n a rclupped tomniunity and settler, the old and hardy bunter and miner, time of tbe steamer Sarah presents many advantages to the invalids in pursuit the Loxecust. Should
departure Spaldingfor
::1' there be I
of health, and of a tendency to inflamatiou I
no part Florida moderately
tie Democrats iu 51:. can make any man President the daring an J desperate criminal, and ferithout Mcllonville will be Sunday afternoon. presents a ,purge
they miy pleas The treachery of the I the protrc'.ion of law, to struggle for>> life and more of pleasant Lake Monroe.and agreeable retreat; than tho borders and give the Loxecust in smaller: doses I
1-, Persons fond than the dose
Hirer Grays mikes it impossible for the Whig bread, with a horde of jostling, fighting, remorseless hunting, will have every opportunity fishing of enjoyirg and average

:::1I prty to become an 'unitn ngain, until they adventurers. Deserting; perhaps, SRarhtt Journal. themselves, as the woods abound with game, and

b"e p sseu through$ a long series defeats and the gentle, but sure streams industrious occupation the etrcaais! with fish. JACKSOXVILLC, May Cth, 1851.

e. S1ler3. Like Ephram of e1J, they hived which might date filled the measure PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, NO V 29. ARTHUR GINN, Proprietor. This is to certify it is with much pleasure

4J'ued fit and Lick.77 A long indulgence in of their rational desires, they hunted in the Oct.4-, 185J. Cm that I announce to the Public that 1 have been

11 rOIl uck his raide them iasane and given wilderness for the rivers of gold, and too often The U.S. MtilSteimer Matthews arrives \ effectually cured of the distressing complaint ..

J \irth not to gratitude, but to vindictivencss: perished in the dusty and empty channel. at Jacksonville Sun'1 from Savannah B.OARDIWG.MTI1E called Dysentery, by the highly recommended

Fillaore!; promised t 8 revenge himself on the They had left at home, perhaps, a loving family and leaves every Tuesday morning.U. \y, SUBSCRIBER is prepared to ac remedy (,f Mr. Poinselt. I had resorted to

11 1 TTIiig p rty, and he bos done it. When he was dependent children, wanting: the means every ::: a number of Boarders, at his I many things, but of no avail; I was induced to

elected Vice President the Whips were strong cf subsis'cnce, which had been exhausted in S. Mail Steamer Wm. Gaston arrives eve recently erected rc 'donce in the Northwest of I try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine,

o ind allpowerfulThey are now brokan and carrying the deluded gold hunter to regions ry Wednesday, from Savannah, and leaves the town, the location of which is known part to be f and to my great satisfaction Was completely

tattered: -without the means of doing ill or whence he was to transmit hack immediatelysome every Friday morning., highly favorable to health and comfort from its el- cured within a fewdiysand have not been

pOi A ship without a rudder, should be theo of that golden tresurethich awaited his Steamer )fanolinrrit'es: from Savannah on evation. The HOUSE is just completed; the sleep troubled since with that so much dreaded dis

EsbU! on every stundirdin the country.1. .- eager histe. Whca worn down hy fruitlesstoil Friday, anti leaves Saturday evening. ing finished and other apartments being spacious and well ease.I .

1. Tres7t; flit last three irteks hare completely enfeebled by disease; with no kind hand Steamer Welaka arrive on Saturday, from On tho; all promises plastered.is a &c. and am happy to say other immediate cures have
hit'ii deirn the spirit of th'. party, nnd f hows to nurse or word to cheer, racked with apprehension Savannah, and leaves Sunday evening. House whore those wi hing its advantages spacious Bathing come under.my own observation nitbin a few '

tiot all attempts to elect Whig President of his own fate, anxiety for the absent Steamer Sarah Spilding: leaves for Lake enjoy them with every convenience. may days. I cheerfully' my mite to the already

ent fall, would be alike childish and impottnt. and despairing of the means for returning, Munroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday. The furniture of the-House is also entirely new, I great!; amount of testimony with regard to your -

Ti'jeis no Whig in the Union who would carry even destitute and helpless, to try a new career: being just received from New York. Valuable Medicine.. I am, respectfully,

fl ailf a dozen States. in tbe old deserted place, what wonder is it Arrangements have been made to supply the table AJ.HEARNjJr.

F/vw the iWzr York Mirror, a Whig of that madness came in to substitute insensibility Taken from the Records of the Custom House. with ample and excellent fare, and good servants To E. Poinsettj;'Esq.JACKSONVILLE .
paper have been .
employed to attend to the
for the intolerable burden of such thou bts. _comfort .
rFilinore Entered.
Stamp: .
of guests. E. F., August 15th, 1S51.
(1 What hope, then,hive the old Whig party in Sickness and penury, want,(1is1ppointment! and 22-Fch Forest, Small, Boston. I shall spare no pains to render my House in all Dear Sir: This will inform you that one

t 4e Gemini Presidential contest, overwhelmed despair, following upon extravagant jexaltation 24-Sch Judge Tenny, Toothake, N Y. respects! pleasant to those who mako it their home, bottle of your Medicine, called INDIAN Lon

I. atbrj arc by the Democratic majorities which hope and pas ions stimulated to unhealthy'excess Cleared. and respectfully invite a call from citizens who wish CCST, has permanently cured two of my negroes ._

; tare rained upon them in all the States for the these are the obvious causes of insanity: 21-Sch Harbinger, Heath, NY. permanent board, or strangers who may sojourn in of a severe attack of Dysentery. 1 con

", list six months 1 We answer, XOJCE WH iTEver. which is recognized" ns existing in California: in our hospitable clime during tho winter months.W. sider itan excellent Medicine for this complaint .

,Ii This is an unpalitable truth; but we are com- in a degree beyond any known country ; bc- In Justice's Court. Jacksonville, OcL 11,1851. D. WARD.iL and take'great pleasure in recommend

e (:tiled. from our honest convictions, to utter it cnusein no other country has human nature ing it to the public. Respectfully yours.S.D.FERNANDEZ.,
First District of A1ach
tried fluctuations vast County.
been so severely by so ,
; painly. The doctor takes no pleasure; in tell- A CARD. 4 _
: kis patient that be must die within a twelve 80 rapid, and so distracting. It is a melancholy Smith & O'Brien, To Mr. E.PoinsetL '"
but instructing reflection, that so many of the vs.! MTHE SUBSCRIBER having leased the
Bocta the Priest in the sinner
nor assuring
". golden dreams which have heated the public John H. Lewis and wife. house formerly kept by Air. JACKSONVILLE.: May 21, l51.
I tbt be be damned all
, must through eternity. mind and drawn off throngs of hopeful and aspiring i Attachment.Sum John Clark, takes this method informing the cit- Dear Sir I consider it to bea matter of duty '.0

,. Bit the stern and solemn duty must be Jisdirjel spirits to a fountain of inexhaustible sworn to, $50 00. Bond filed for 1100 00. izens of Jacksonville and vicinity, that ho is now inform you that'I have basis laboring under .
: aud hey are cowards who refuse to ready to serve refreshments at hour of tho a violent attack of Diarrheas which: .
any day very
i wealth should have proved to be only lures to I Defendants and all others interested are ,
.: loci a frowning Fate in the face. THE from 7 o'cleckin the morning until 10 at ha baffled
the destruction of body or mind.It notified of the commencement of this furnish night; the skill of two Physicians, an>l render
, is illustration a grand scale and suit by Attachment, returnable to a Justices courtto can Lunch at the shortest notice, vii: Cold ed me unable to do any work. nut fortunately -
an upon Ham, Beef
be held at Ncwnansville in the of Tongue, Pig.feet, Tripe, Shrympu, Sar.
; when adout
France. give all hope of ever obtaining
under circumstances of unusual development of dines, Fish, Ac.: ; ho ha had Liquors and Wines up
Alachna the second Thursday in Decembernext 18-
:. The Nationnl Asjembly of France met on the the same moral law which roles in all tbe pursuits on to lected by good judges in New York. and paid the relief I heard of your IJVDIAN LOXE
and they are hereby required appearandplead
l' 4iiBst, and tbe message of the President wis of life, that excessive and il1.re .u1ated to the same. highest Iricell frr them, and has, he thinks, Wines i OUST and the use of five Bottles has entirely 4

i-1| real{ by M. de Thotigny, Minister of the Interior. desires are injurious to the powers of the intellect Given under my hand and seal, this 17th day of and Liquors of tho first quality; also Porter and Ale. restored me to health. I take cinch pleasure .

- The message apptoaches in len th to an ns well ns the qu'ietof the heart, and November, A. D, 18.L Gentlemen will pItce call and judge for themselves to recommend your Medicine to all thost wh. '
C American President's. The N. Y. Sun thinkst that he who strives to be suddenly rich, or THOMAS J. PREVATT, [us.] and speak to of me aa they find me. No pains will be may be similarly afflicted. Your*, &c..
all who
, Nor 29. 3m Justice of tho Peace. spared please may favor me with a call.S. BENJAMIN DAVID. '
the most important passage in the document ist reach eminence of auy kind by unusual means, S. TYLER. 1. '
| that in relation to Cuba: as follows: I without patient toil and steady preparation, Jacksonville, Oct. 11. 1831. u: To PcinsettEsq. :

- "We have eagerly seized! the opportunity to I rarely achieves anything but disappointment Valuable :Plantation for Sale. J.\CKSO'fTILLEJnne f7, 1851.

i (furnish Spain with a proof of the sincerity of and misery, the wreck of his faculties and the 13 The undersigned offers for sale his valu- I Boarding at andarin.TII Dear Sir: I :am entirely relieved of my complaint -

1 relations, joining England in offering destruction of his peace.-N. O. Picayune. _.aLm_ able tract of land lying upon Big Black I thanks to you for your"INDIAN LOX.

I, :ie Coibin of M.i[>rid the assistance of our na- Creek, in the county of Duval,containing about I SUBSCRIBERS would inform the : ECUST," it is tile best I have ever used for the

i IIIral forces to repulse the late audicious attack If.A: letter from Yarmouth, Englandstatesthat eight hundred acres, through which Little :; : public that they have taken the well known disease, and I feel happy recommending it to

t fligainBt Cuba. BesMcs( our minister at Wash during the recent storm prevalent in that Black Creek runs to, and empties into,.Big BOARDING HOUSE at Mandarin, Dud county, the public. Yours truly, w J

:nrton has: been instructed amicably to support vicinity, a little babe, supposed to be about four Black Creek. There are about fifty acres of Florida formerly kept by Mr. C. Read and that GEORGE COULTER. ,r|

'1 :lercclanmiom of the Court of Madrid, and months old, was picked up in the roads, off chared and improved land, and about seven they are prepared to accommodate comfortably all To E. Poinsett, Esq.JACKSON.

J :he jurtice of th'st rfdanatioas hat If en most Yarmouth. Its long clothes prevented it from hundred and fifty acres of first quality Hammock who may wish moderate.board by the month or otherwise.

:. !ball; ftconud b} IheFcdtral GDrernmmt.t .' sinking. It was fist asleep, and almost benumbed land Swamp land, and Pine l:1nll-, Charges PETTYfcA ACOSTA. Dear Sir: I have tried vi LLK, July 30,valuable 1851.
with cold. There was no trote of any of your very
the Swamp'land containing large quantities Nov. 22, 1851. 3m
Medicine for Diarrhoea
- ship in sight or of any boat for miles around!, tbe best materials for cypress shingles.The and find it by far the
Where .rrtheWhi:_ in the Ascendant: very the best and safest cure for'tbis dangerous disease .
and it supposed that tho vessel from whichit said of land consist I
was tract
: There are thirty-one State? and four Terri.r had sunk and that nil buildings upon New !Boarding House .that I have ever known or heard of. My
i had been thrown, of a dwelling house smoke house, kitchen. negro -
H lories in this Uuion. And yet, in all this vast little daughter,aged abouttwo years, had suffered .
I wtrhood of confederacies-this family of Republics bands perishrd. houses, &C., &c. There are also two good ? THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs long ,and was reduced to almost a skele
c wells excellent water. The situ-uion is high .. ., and residents that he
strangers has just tot and 1 tried
-this world of Freedom, of Progress, part of a Dt&Je..of! your INDI-
.. MARRIED, at Bethel Church, near Jacksonville nnd and immediately Bg his house at the Monroe
ii of like the healthy, lying upon opened new corner and LOXECUST and it has acted like a charm
> Equality: Whig principle. on Sunday,Kov. 23, by tho Rev.J.M. Valentine Black Creek, up which steamboats run four Ocean Streets, for the recept'on of boarders. He the child is ,
Iweof Noah has place on which : n w improving and may be seen by
1 arc, barely a to Miss times week. and return it every will receive boarders on reasonable terms, and use
Mr. GEORGE C.POWERS of this town, a possesses
those who do not believe.
control by Repectfully
tbe entire
1 rest pole of its foot. It bus There is every exertion to mako them comfortable. -
Jf tot one :state in this broai Union. This is MARY C. PHILIPS, eldest daughter of A. O. Philips!, desirable facily for transportation. about five I A. COY. A. V. COLYIN.
also a Post Office at GarVy's Ferry,
:, rennont-the citadel of Free Soilism, the very Eei, King's Point, Florida. miles above, on said Creek ; and good roads in Jacksonville, Nov. 15,1851. tf ToE.PoinsettEsq.

ji bultar>of sectionalism, where the foesof the ----------- and around the immediate section of country. BATON' ISLAND, St. John's Beach, )

: :ooctitution seemed to have: made a last stand WAIL ARRANGEMENTS.The The country around is well adapted to grazing J. EIcHobert Baker, August 7, 1851. f

r :!5 'nt the conquering legions ,f the Na'ioaalWocricj this: Northern Mail arrives between the hours of cattle and raising hogs, the range being excel- : A ATTORNEY CO VNSELLOR ATLA W i Dear Sir: This.will inform you that three

I What a contrast How Jon and Wednes. lent. I will sell the said tract of land upon I JACKSONVILLE. E. FLA. ofmy' children were dangerously ill with the
: Pwtacle rebukes the of the whigs I 10 A. M., and 4 P. Sundays : ;; 4'
3*. it : the future past pol'cy for the victories of days, and will be closed hereafter on Monday and reasonable terms, and will make perfect FLOYD.tides WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Jn- Dysentery or Dinrrhosi, for about six weeks. -
le to the same. DAVIS Circuit, in the Supreme Court at I tried almost everything that I generally used
9 o'clock. .
;. Dtmocracy !Pennsylvaaian. Thursday night at November 29, 1651. Jacksonville, and in the United States District for this i disease\:but-all to no effect. A friend

The Southern and Western Mails are duo on Court for tho Northern District of Florida mine recommended me to tryyonr Medicine{ .

.EtIR1qiop HUGHES A CARDINAL. AT LAST.cwrepondect .- Tuesday and Friday mornings by,1 o'clock. Administrator's Notice. Having an efficient and reliable agent at Washington called INDIAN LOXECUST. I procured it-

: 1 of the Ktrrark Advertiser, The Southern Mail by Steamboat) will be closed MONTHS after date, I will present my ac ho will prosecuteclaims against the United and am hippy,(o say that 1} BoUles oflt cured
_ 'rth, from p under the dale of Oct. 20 SIX Administrator of tho Estate of David States before: Congress and the Departments at three
; Qje.. hereafter at 11 o'clock, A. M., and the Westernby as I all nf my children-hoping! your valuable 1- I
. tentooces that Silcox, deceased,to the Hon. Judge: Probates for Washington. : Medicine become
may known
( Stage) at 3 o'clock, P. M., on Sundays and Duval and ask for a final settlement and Being permanently located at Jacksonville, he :generally ,
; the scirlct county,
'ircbbUhop Hughes is to wear from will give his entire and unremitting attention to his 90 that all that may be afflicted with this disease
,. of tho same, and of discharge
c Wednesdays.Ep my
$ftrr alL His has been made a Car- have certain and
irace Administration of paid Estate. profession, and all business entrusted to his care. may a safe remedy,
on- the .
will bo on Sunday
) isal at last, in spite of all opposition. The The Post Office open of the JAMES A. SILCOX. Adm'r.August He will afro attend to any business as 'Yours truly,

I .P3fli.atfct was made known, as I am well ly one HOUR after the arrival and assorting 16, 18 l. 6m NOTARY'PUBLIC $ COMMISSIONER JAMES: LATIMER.
I "ttrei, to the "congrr 410n" on Friday the Northern Mail.Octoberlet Pilot St. Johns Bar.
- JJftinst.,so that the effect of his late visit to 1851. Boston & Gunby -* Appointed by the Governors of the following To B. Poinsett, Esq.
. The ___ States to take Testimony Affidavits, and Acknowledgments .
.HoJ, See has been under-estimated. COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL to be used therein: JAcasoitLTune,9th,1S1.: (
Ppoiotmfut is been made with From Rev. I. En'arts.Jacksonville .
said to bare .
'hat : without ? 12 1851. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Maine, North Carolina, Virginia, Dear Sir: ,have used your Indian Loxecust
degree of truth I do not know, ov. Vermont SouthCarolina, Mississippi, in and have found it
'a* Catholic Bila Poinsett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure in exprwrfng CORNER BAY AND JEfFEBSOX ST&EETS, my family a very valuable
approbation cf all the Roman Mr. York Massachusetts
New Georgia for Diarrhoea. 1 take
Indian remedy
of great pleasurein
ilioli tbe United States save one, and con- "@ to you my medicine.approbation have your used it with SAVANNAH, GA. Delaware Pennsylvania! Alabama, recommending it to the public.
. to icuitMafiunily I JOHN B. CUNBT. Texas. Norl tf -
Jwj the opinion of Chief Justice Taiwey.Hwever Yours, respectfully, JOHN BOSTON. Maryland I Respectfully. :J. E. TOWNSEXD.

the fact may be, the statement is curteat good.uecea. L SW RT._ Nov. 1. 1851. fr Egbert Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE .. +

here, and is generally bettered. Goddin & Webb ... ,
From Rev. J,1n C. vy.JMbontille Burial Notice.A ,.}t. FK; 1\111.11,1851. '

&A despatch: in the New York Tribute Nov. 17,1851.. LL PERSONS are hereby forbidden from in- CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS, Dear,Sir: This may.certify to ;oiithat: I had

*'$wnounces the refusal cUbe Vermont Le-' Mr: Ponett-Thf will inform you that for times several Jterringany: ,more corrpses in the burial ground. JACKSONVILLE.: FL.,. i negro'girl suffering under_ ft severe'attack] of '

. tsIatnre to repeal its law by which the Fugi- jean Ibave suffered much different Indian on tho bin near Episcopal Church in the town respectfully inform their fellow-citi Dianh ft. and that the use 'of .-. fertile of_ '
tried ,
T Slave Law is rendered inoperative in tfcatKate from Chronic Diarrb tlI' hue re1ie your and have of Jacksonville as the same is my private property else for WOULD of Jacksonville and the surrounding preparation called Indian Loxecust effectually

: Loxeeu. and received an= ,entire permanent.' Believing and has never been conveyed All further to any trespasses one on country, that they are prepared to execute work cured her, and I wonld,take this_method of re.
DO reason to doubt being the use of the public. In all the various branches of their profession with Medicine .
Corrojt Dew.INMO4TPEUE VKEMOXT.NOT. it to be'a daty which I owe to the &filleted, I present --, said lot will be resisted, aa I am determined> Ionger commending as a very valuable ,
and determined -
Vt., 18, iiwi. 1911 this CCTtIfC& which you can,use II :YOIl; to haTe my property appropriated by 'others neatness experience and despatch business, habits arc,not to be surpassedby ,through tours truly, 'JOHN BRANTLY. .

!lQUEt.ET-Tbe bill rfpealbg oar Ihbesserpoi think pnper.: I will also .ay, that fD eonnnmg I haTe with, jptiflit7. MARIA: DOGGETT. any establishment In the country. ST. NICHOLAS, Fla, July :SI, '1851. .

> Act of the last session has just been re- with many who haTe used your medicine rebe, Nov. 22, 1851 ,Cm BASH;:BLISPS, AND DOORS Dear'Sir.:" This is to certify, that two Bottles '

J-ett.t" io IQC House-One hundred and thirti-tvo not found. one' who did.Dot. receive JOHN C.LET. Florida House :For Rent* as well as the more- enlarged branches of building. of your Medicine called INDIAN. LOn; 1! rl!

/',/"-\\n spite of the lamentations here Pastor Methodist Church i aC kSOUTiflC., THE above well known HOTEL,situated will meet their,strict attention. Terms as accommodating has'permanently cured t.wo.or. our Nf'gloes, of

1(1( wewhere. ,Yours, z. W. c. -- I in the city of St. Augustine being in as possible, and all orders win be punctually a sever*Diarrhoea.{ I tak'pleasure in recom_

.tt. We iaf.r from the foregoing. dispatch -:- otlce. \ .perfect order is for rent, for one or more attended to. A share of the public patronage mending your: valuable Me Jf Ht Vermont Legislature' will not: nomi* the lion- with orwithout the rl1J'D tnre.J'UDe respectfully solicited. > Nov. 1.-lyAT without doubt one of the best and safestreme- .
Mr. now.antschool WEEKSCr0mdate.I shall apP11 to years, A. U. COLE.J : .. dies for this disease that I have beard -
,JJj Webster for the Presidenc/.just SIX olProb&tes of Maebl1& countyi 11; 1851.. : or seen. _,:.,:. u
.l 41..Trib. Judge the estate : COST-A large assortment! of'JAtlI.f.8' Yours truly,- I -' ,
Ad inItr&tion.OD ,
or Blank
= .OF.F/CS __
Voids. for Letters the NEWS /:0
tv, eent the hoUse ott.dye or'tVifliam 8. Standley,: lta or .id SSk- F SeSsTSsuit the of Lots Houses, I fashionable BoanetsandParasols, by. l i >' \TT.O.MclKTYBK' z .
boys were & ISAJAB If May 31. e D. M'CTOf & CO. ToE.PoiniettIsq i -
; : deiriptha. July l t :
fOT ceased of
; .
Cuuettl It&t wry
1tt before 1&et monU1, s, at Salem, 1I1! l NCl1 1IDSTDIe, Fla.,Nov. 29, 186L' 6w ..4 Real .. ,"


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} .. I JOB :J. ._ .._ ,. r : .N wr'{Good* 'nft'ow; Pncet ;.:
i IS ISpubluhed rt SATUftDAfit ack1a* INTING OFFICE. ,

F- Aille.in the C..nty of Daval, and Swt;'.of Florid it. _. '# H.HAVI'C'G _____ hjk ,":.M.(jD S :NXJTICE.CharlesT; ; ..- 'r .. ;:m fm., B t:STJBSCB'IBER rxiithq1tIztussurrou.nding : of wouid Jackaonrttl- f ipe tf iiV.4;!?

t BY CHARLES .H.Y HN.K. received-from New'York" ft ropply or 4C"fITIOIU" or' ?., ., Cooper" country,,that he his jiutreeefoa* :
and other for :-l I
materials Job
suitable Printingwe LAW : DIRECT FROM"NEW'; '
I corner Market Fonyth'streets
\ ,LIVINGSTON, Editor. are now prepared to execute at the shortest -
FELIX notice
himself ut
opposite the Court-House. returned and relocated :psch nerTeUeT1ffeCh0Ice; : : .
all aascrtmeaYii
kinds ofPamphlet HAYING
I ? Jacksonville, Oct 18, 1851. U j "ill ? 2l2"OTf5pJSernDisUYof .Goods Groceries
I : TERMS : *, Circulars, profession throughout the Dry Hard :

, THRU: DOIAAM PIlL ..&AKHO. u ADVASCI.CJ3Adv ,Law Blanks, hind Bills, d&p and in the Supreme Court otJaid! State. Ware Crockery &c.
DalntssCards., Show Bills, S Notice. ; U. S.Ditrict Court tor,the North- ;& ; I tisements will bt inserted on the following Visiting Cards, Bills of.Lading, mIlE UNDERSIGNED, having formed a Co- .Iame 'andwillpwccnte claim bO 'which'he offers for sale at the lowest.prfeJl 'C,

I terms: Labels, lie.: ice.: Ice.R3 : J. partnership for tho PRACTICE OF MEDICINE fore the Department* at W ash ngton. '. FOR CASH OR COUNTRY '

' .t I One dollar square .ftwelve lines and under -All 1ilhfor work of this kind,to be paid on respectfully offer their professional! services to the Oct. 18, 1851. :. PRODUCED'at :
; per
i delivery Juno 14. citizens Jacksonville and its vicinity.J. 'the'storo formerly occupied by Mr. Xr ]
each .uble
i j the 61'It inseltion. and 75cents S. MURDOCH, M. D. Felix ,Livingston 'Harrison, Bay street. .Particular attention't. I
; f. qnentlnseruon. Toyearly adver.Uer.a liberal d.s R. P. DANIEL, M. D. called to,his large and elegant .

e I count will be made.j NEW ,STORE Office on the corner directly North of the Buffing- ATTORNEY AT LAW, Ladles' Bonnets assortment it 1
-- ton House. ,
for before in- FL.. .. C
f fl3 All advertbements must uc paid ,
Oct. 25, 1851. 3m and most
of the latest approved
3 ,eriion,unleu h7 r.g&hr customer. By referring R. BOULTER & CO., April 26. tf ish. Also, to his beautiful stock style of Q4 It. 'S

r to 3>;r terms,the requisite sum may be ascertained AT THE STORE FORMERLY: OCCUPIED BY S. N. tGENTLEJIEN'S
T. O. HOLMES & CO. Williams HATS, READiJr.41JZ
and transmitted with the advertisement.
! I ; 1J3'Advertisement not marked with the number TIlE UNDERSIGNED have opened, at the MERCHANT, SHOES k. I

{ insertions required,will be continued' un l forbid stand of T. O.: Holmes a Co., a new, JACKSONVILLE., ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Call and examine, before purchasing 't1ae.j t

\ for. large, well-selected assortment of TTEEPS constantly on hand and for sale a general ALLIGATOR, COLUMBIA COCNTT, EAST FLORIDA. where. D. MCUEN & CO
and charged STAPLE, DRY, AND FANCY GOODS _11_ assortment of Jacksonville, May 2, IS.51. 1:
Whit Smith Office at Alligator. IT
.I tPFiy dollars will be charged; for all announce- M. ,
M. O'Brien Office at Newnansville.
candidates for office. ,
J : One square,for Six Months, : i 810 00 DLERY STATIONERY and will sell them lower for cash than they can be May 31, 181.: tf Plantation and Mill-Site i- f

I Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : : 7 00 BOOTS AND SHOES, bought elsewhere in the South. Sale. J

,S l Application for Letters o ministration 5; 00 HATS AND CAPS, Country produce taken prices.in exchange, at liberal McQueen McIntosh, MI: ,WILL PLANTATIONon DISPOSE OF, at thea '

ICT AU notices will be inserted TOGETHER WITH my 1j
jt-" : gratuiarty. STORE corner of Union and Forsyth streets, for. AT LAW
CROCKERY AND GLASS-WARE, FURNI. ATTORNEY I St. John's river, at the mouth of Jalingtcj]
1=: TURE, PROVISIONS &a merly owned and occupied by Mr. Jan 'Armstrong attend the Circuit Court in the creek, sixteen miles above Jacksonville.
; Jacksonville Oct. 25 135L .Tie
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t uAU: admissable personal communications wil! lyWm. WILL Ii
! ; IN SHORT, Circuit; the United States situation is known to be the most beautifulca

I \ charged as advertisements. Every thing to suit the market. M Lawton & Co. District Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme, the river, and is remarkable for its salubrity- D

((0::: All bills for Job Printing must be paid on the Which will bo sold upon as reasonable terms as I FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Court at Tallahassee ; and prosecute Claims for not a case of fever having occurred there to: f

de'ivery of the work. they can be afforded for in tM Southern country. I citizens in any part of Florida against the GOT. many years. The dwelling is spacious 1114 1

I. 03": All communications must addressed to Customers would do well to call and examine for I No. J3 Southern Wharf, Charleston, S. C. eminent at Washington,.either before Congressor I comfcrtable, and calculated for the rvccomoj

the Editor, pottage paid. themselves, before making their purchases else WM.M.LAWTON, WM. M. TAYLOR, at the Departments. dation of a large family. The land (about 40o IJ
where. R. BOULTER & CO. R.WAINWRIGUT B acres) is of good quality and well e,
Jacksonville, Oct.25, 1851. tf ICOT, JOSEPII T. DILL. |5* ADDRESS, Jacksonville,East Florida. adapted ti

5 Sept. 6,1851. 6 May 11 1850::;. tf the cultivation of Cotton and corn, and about n
t.; [ SEA ISLAND COTTON GINS. fifty acres suited for sugar cane. There! .... _,
:E. L. HARRISON & CO., American and Foreign Agency admirable site for a steam saw-mill At the v'
I On Say street fronting LedwitKtbricL mouth of the creek tn
f : SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity building Oscar HartATTORNEY and it possesses the adria.
F f E ; TUE inform the planters of Lone StapleS JACKSONVILLE, FLA.fpHE AT LAW tage of being in the centre of a section'of C;

i IH S Cottons that he still continues the manufacture UN D E R the direction AARON HAIGHT country finely wooded with yellow pine... iD
PALMER of New (Office in the Court House stairs
up is
Subscribers There a
f. respectfully inform their friends flourishing orange
of the grove
'f| latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS, GARRETSON ont tit &r
t. X and acquaintances that they have established SNETHEN of New Orleans, practice in the several Counties o f premises, which formerly produced
t double and single, at his usual rates and is Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme Court ot WILL income
t ready to fill all orders at the shortest notice. themselves in the mercantile business! in this place, the United States. Eastern: Circuit of Florida and attend of a thousand dollars a year, and will slortly cr'
: And arc now receiving and opening at the store This to the collection claims against the U.States do so again judging from the fe
'" For the reputation of the Gins, apply to the above named a full assortment establishment is formed for the following present tirity
" 'l : following Agents, or to those who have! them Goods, Fancy Articles, Groceries consisting, Hard! Ware Dry, objects: for Military Services,and for Horses lost, and healthy appearance of the trees. Hi m.

', 1 in use: Boot, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Bonnets, to; &;c., with x 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of or other property lost ordestroyed by troops in Post Office at Mandarin is within two niiI. 3D

i AGENTS. very variety of goods usually kept in Dry Goods the United States, and conducting professional business said service and the steamers pass and repass the house,ia
. Store; which they offer for sale as cheap as they before Congress.' Also,claims for Pensions disabled Soldiers, their regular trips to and from Savannai_ to
1 Villalonga & Acosta, Centervillage: ,Ga. can be purchased at any market in tho Southern 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims, orthe Wi&lowsand Orphans of dcceasedSoldiers Those wishing to purchase this bll'

., Capt.B.R. Bythewood, Beaufort S. C. country. in law or equity, against the United States before Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and call on, or address by letter, tire propertynay subscriber ah
I If' : t Scott & UeVeaur, Charleston S. C. Their entire stock having been selected by one Congress or the Executive Departments, or against soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed Jacksonville, E.Florida.
Tison & Harris, Ocala, E. Florida. of the firm with much care and attention, and with foreign Governments before Boards of Commis officers and soldiers.: CHARLES to'

; Fernandez, BLsbee & Co., Jacksonville, E.'F I themselves a view particularly that they will to this be enabled market,to they give flatter entire sioners.3. For tho settlement of accounts with the State, Also, will give his attention conveyancing, Jacksonville, May 10, S51. BYRKE.tt : c1! ,

! j S R. R. Dukes, Palatka, E. F. satisfaction to all who may favor them with their Treasury, War, Navy, Post Office and Interior De t o examining Tites! and Records,and assertain. th

.t S. Hoyt & Co.Savannah, Ga. I patronage,both as to the prices and quality of their partraent, and obtaining the remission of fines, ing claims to Lands. b3,
,,. S. Niblack & Co., Alligator.F. goods. They will be constantly receiving such ad. penalties, and forfeiture, for alleged violations of All business entrusted to him will meet with AND BOUNTY .. .

Lariiuger & Harris,Elizabethtowc,Lowndes ditions to their stock as the state of the market tho revenue, post office, or other laws. prompt attention; and all instruments of writing fox tIle officers and soliier firth pI.

to County, Ga. may require,and respectfully solicit a share of the 4. For securing letters patent for inventions from will be executed by him with neatness and OBTAINED war,or their legal leprescnta j1D,
e. i, patronage of their friends and acquaintances. the United States or from foreign Governments, despatch. lives. I1l
Arrangement haying been mado in New York, and procuring land warrants and pensions under Pensions for life,for widows of such officers lad
Extra: Boxes and Brashes can be had of the orders can bo supplied at the shortest possible no the various pension laws of the United States. Jacsksonvillc.Jan.25j 1851.::; tf soldiers wliomarrired previous 1800.! .. or

S : : subscriber, at molerate rates. Persons want- tice. E. L. HARRISON, I 5. For collections generally, embracing debts _ _ cia
Gins J. P. SANDERSON. legacies, and inheritance, in tho United States and
, jug or Qins repaired please direct Philip Fraser
I Sept.1 185]. I foreign countries. Atl
octlS (
: 'f S Agents,or to S.L BURNS -tf ; ATTORNEY 1EQJN Y 3LAHD.For .
: 6. For tho purchase and sale of lands in any oC UNSELLORATLA LAW th:1

: \ May 31, ISI.::; St. Mary's 6m, Georgia.' D. M'CUEN &CO., the States or Territories of of the Union, and loaning JACKSONVILLE FL.\, } I the surviving, or the widows, or minor, mo
on real
moneys mortgage therein.
BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA., 7. For investment of funds in United States and WILL attend to any professional business children deceased officers and privates, to j i

NOTICE. WOULD respectfully inform their customers State stocks and loans collection of the dividends to him in the Courts of the 'who served in the *

the public generally, that their FALL thereon, and, generally, for the transaction of all Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at \Var of 2S12 with
STEAM SAW-MILL FOR SALE. STOCK OF GOODS have arrived, and are now TincinAoa r.Arf oininrr. : f-ft *-i- -T.nw-... -TiAnn.--. -and-- -TtanVinfp----. Tallahassee. lie has alsa s'icli an advfinta. Great Britain ; the Brj
ready for the inspection of those wishing to purchase'. Agency. geous connection with an able Lawyer at W&sh Mexican War ; or in any of the In- or :
S1llF SUBSCRIBER o ffers for sale, on rea- Good Articles at Low Prices. KF"AI1:: communications addressed,post paid, to will dian War since
,. ington City as ensure a 1790.
', prompt :mt.l.sp'etIy ,
S &S -in: rmshis, STEAMSA W-MILL Messrs. Palmer &; Snethen, American and.Foreign :1:
}: J.\'D MACHINERY Their stock consists, in part, of Dry Goods, of almost Agency, City of Washington, will receive collection of such claims as may be placet Terms motlrratr. where the claim ill established,
atGarel'sFerry Duur. prompt
'- ..':.> Prida.: every quality and name, from silks to kerseys, and faithful attention. in his hands against the United States. otherwise n', charge. h.
'r. The is 20 .
Engine horsepo.vejvlO fresh family Groceries, IIardwareTin ware, Wood. 8th : The Subscriber is nfso! .h
: PALMER &; SNETIIEN, Sept. ,1849 ly appointed Agent in the District
t inch cylender, 3 feet stroke, and 2 en ware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, of the Office No.,:5, Carroll Place of Columbia fur tile
boilers! 24 feet long, 36 in. diameter; all in latest styles. Ladies' Bonnets and a variety of serviceable Sept. 6, 1851. Capitoll1ill. snt
: c.jplctc order, and ready for immediate use. and fancy articles, which cannot fail to tf Wm. Ti!. Tunno, British Commercial Life Insurance ior

,:; It has also n covrn mill attached. Tho Engine cult the most varied tastes of the FAIR SEX, who FACTOR Company
Masonry, Bricklaying COMMISSION, MERCHANT, T:1I:
anl are especially invited to call.ALSO. Plastering
i Machinery' will be sold separate,if desired. S Established in 1820and empowered actofPirlimem.
\: For terms, apply to me at Palatka, ur to my &c. North Commercial Wharf; .for the insurance of Lives and the endowmeanfcluldrr cat

t': agent, Jas. B. Cole. A select assortment of Saddles, Bridles, Martin. milE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of Feb. 14.-ly Charleston, S. C. n.in London.New York Washington Cil1C.PITAL

.:. A. H. COLE. galls,Collars,Ac-; Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, rming the public that he is ready to ft.i.nnn.nnn.. Tb

S Palatka Fla.,May 10, 185 1. tf and all that is usually found in any store in this do Bricklaying! Masonry, Plastering, Stucco S Harmonic Institute Commnnicntions addressed to 'the-subscriber ;b.
country the half of which would bo"too numerous Work, &c., &c. lie will furnish plans and
_ : ;' Washington, C.,will receive .
mention. attention.M.
to prompt
Notice. drawings, when desired by for whom Corner of St. Jnlitn Street' and Market Square, in
persons ; THOMPSON
I I r: SIX MONTHS after date, we the undersigned firm Their, and stoek one having well acquainted been selected with by the one wants of tho of i he is engaged to execute woik', without extra SAVANNAH, GA. Attorney at Lam,and Commissioner of lte.

S. Administrators on the Estate of the people of this section they only say- charge. He is well known to the citizens of FZOGBAUM: A CO., Importers and Dealers Deeds for North and South ea"Z ra., 1m

Mic.TJch Dcen, late of Oolumbia county deceased 13- CALL AND SEE, .a Jacksonville as u competent mechanic, and MUSICAL I.NSTE.UMEMS P. S.-Kefer,if necessary,to the Head*of Drptrtinents. .
; will present our accounts and vouchers, being fully assured that none will go away unsnit- work he has performed already for citizens every description, wholesale and retail. .and Members Congress genera'Iv.! on

to the Honorable Judge of Probate for said ed, either as to the quality of tho goods or tho prices of the place, he refers to as an additional evi Complete New York Bands prices.furnished, and Dealers suppliedat Washington CityNcvember. 1850. 2m ml'1
I asked for them. dence of his qualifications. -
county,to be discharged from the further administration N.B.-All kinds of Country Produce J. H. McRORY, Jr., larS
of said Estate ; for which all in fj" Casts and Moulds for ornamental plastering June 21. ly' Agent, Jacksonville. TIM\ SON
;.' per. exchange for goods,at the highest; market prices. also & CO-'S an
psrsons-heirs, legatees, or persons interestedare Again, furnished. JOHN IVERS.
CALL AND SEE. u o charge nothing for
;; hereby requested, to take notice. showing our goods. N.B.-To Planters he would say he has much Bounty Land & General Agency, New-York, New-Orleans & Mobile nr

:; RHODA CORINTH D. M'CUEN A CO. cxpcriance in putting up Sugar Batteries, and 1VASllIKOTOND.C. i

S 'f :; WM H. ROUSSEAU. Oct 18, 1851. c solicits work in that line, confident that he can JOSEPH T. WALKER, Will gin Express, inl

\* :; AdroinistratoTs.t give the amplest satisfaction. Charges moderate prompt and efficient attention to the BOUNTY BT EVERY
t Little River Aug. 1C, 1S51.::; 6m Great Bargains j. i. LAND CLAIMS officers and soldiers engaged in STEAMSHIP.OFFICES v:

.: THE Subscriber wishing to devote his atten- Jacksonville, May 31, 18il ly I the late Florida War or either of the Indian :

: Administration Notice. exclusively to his profession offers W ars in which the United States have been engaged No. 19 Wall Sireet, New York and on

i TI'll- ALL PERSONS interested are hereby notified, for sale on accommodating terms, his lands and S AGENCY or the War with Great Britain of 1812, St. Chailes Hotel Jar
S 'I', six months from the date hereof, I shall lots adjoining Jacksonville with allheirimproveracnts. 5 OF and to any description of business requiring ai Building, N. Orleans Cb:

S r present tate of Henry my account of my administration of tho es / There are on these lands Dr. S. S. r I T (111 S Agent or Attorney at Washington. For procu Mobile Agent, M. BOULLEMET cuI

I f Judge of Probate Hartley Dnval, deceased, to and the Honorable two strong Cha1.YbeateSprings, which yield a CELEBRATED MEDICINES.Used ring land warrants his charge will be $5.: In 15Every attention'raid to tlic collectit*if i
I county, ask for .
a Drafts Notes n
t final settlement with the same, and discharge from copious deposite of hydrated peroxide of iron. other cases it will be proportioned to the nature fyc.Administrator's.
: f my administration thereof.SUSANNAH They nro assimilated in their medicinal properties by him.with dt.StanlI/&shttr success in the and difficulty of the case. pre

: S t HARTLEY, Adm'x. to the rightonand Turnbridge springs cure of He will also act in connection with Agents or Notice.

I' August 9, 1851. 6m England and the Balston and Bedford springs Coughs, Consumption, Catarrh, ttorneys in Florida who may be employed in MONTHS

--- o fthis country. Also a spring of the coolest Asthma, Heart Diseases Bounty land and other claims,on terms which SIX AFTER DATE, we.m .a
I Notice. common water to be found in this section of Dyspep may be agreed upon. Letters (which should Hon. our accounts ard: vouchers to til ,In
S MONTHS after date I will countrya; brick yard with one Hall'spatient Gonorrhoea, Piles, FemaleS be post-paid) will receive immediate atten Florida Judge Probate for Columbia county, r I
to for
SIX 1 the Honorable Judge of Probate present for Co. machines ready for operation-the only one in Complaints, &c., &c. tion. Aug. J 71850, tf from, a the final further settlement, and ask a ditchnrge We
this .. Administration of tl
lumbi i* county, ny accounts and vouchers as vicinity,where the demand for bricks is AI.SO -S --- Estate of Archibald orit
Administrator the great and rapidly increasing-Also Dr. S. S. Fitch's Charles DeWaal HOMIIS. late of said conn*
on Estate of Samuel Ilinson. ,a Supporters Shoulder ty, deceased '
: of
late of.said county deceased for I kitchen, stable and carriage house, and two persons
; which all Braces Inhaling Tubes, and Lec. AUCTIONCER, are desired to take notice.
f wh
persons concerned are hereby story dwelling house,fitted for twelve rooms
requested to ,
: take notice,as I shall ask to be discharged from nearly completed. Alsoa' number of eligible i tures on Consumption, and the JACKSONVILLE, E. F.nSALES Z. HOGAKS, Adra'r. she

< the further administration of said estate. Building sites and garden lots,within a mile of' art of preserving Life and in any part of the County attended J. ROBERTS, Adm'x. lall

( WM.II. ROUSSEAU Adm, the Market house, unsurpassed by any in this Health, to Old dge, to and respectully solicited. Aligator, Fla., May 17, 1S51. 6m

I Littlo River, Aug. IG, 1851. Cm vicinity. S-c., Sfc.I Jacksonville, 6,1848 (
For further particulars apply to have been In the Circuit 4C.C
appointed Agent for :
f" sale
Eastern Circuit of Florida. J OS. BAKER. the above Goods, and will keep themconstant-of JOB PRINTING DUVAL COUNTY IN
Jacksonville, Sept.C, 1951. tf. 1.1'on hand at : EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. CHANCEBYro
CIRCUIT my Drug store
COURT for DUVAL COUNTY. the Town of Archibald H. Cole, Complainant, and
:; In Chancery-Bill of Complaint. Executor's Notice. Tampa, Tampa Bay,Fla. I. To Post ltIasters..Post Office Francis Richard and John S. Samnm, } .E Y(
::4 4 Dr. L. D. ROGERS.THIS Defendants.
S Francis Games, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That six Stamps. .the
vs. from date, I shall to lIE IT appearing to the Court affidavit tW
apply tho upon
Hon. Postmaster
undersigned, at Pleasant Irol
; Samuel Turner and Jane R.Turner,his wife. Judge Probate of Dnval county, for a final discharge SIDE UP T Alleghany Co., Maryland, tho Grove, Francis Richard, one of tho said Defendant
was first resides
IT appearing: to tho satisfaction of the Court lion. from the Administration of the Estate of '- in the U. S. who conceived and undertook person within the Stato Florida, hut without ti. .AIl d
Thomas Douglas: Jadge, presiding, that said Matthew II. Philips, late of aid county of Duval,. JJ .1S1 9jn2nv caUAUOS1l1t! sively to publish, tho idea of all exten of limits of the Eastern Judicial Circuit: On motto .bre
c Defendants reside out of said State, motion ofC. deceased. ALBERT G. PHILIPS, .It c.\llOllIZ 'If t'4Ccj fices with cheap stamps. All post McQueen McIntosh, Solicitor for Complainant,
: P. Cooper, Esq., Solicitor for Complainant, _August_ 23, 1851. 6m Executor. '8 190.1d (U IUUHv I are warrented equal or supcoior stamps to made other by that him It i* ordered That the said Francis Richard d. thi.
/ Ordered progsns' any appear and
fj That publication of tho plead, answer or demur to said B4)within
filing of alaNVlljiaic can bo procured at the n 1
said Bill of Complaint be made in some newspaper 'Old Iron,Brass and Copper Wanted! pau 'aUlJ.INUfid .\ ( any are sent out in same defective price, and whenever two months from the date of this Order,*.
'tallla.Ollt: any way or unsatisfactory said Bill hOt
printed in Mid Circuit, for the time : ) 'MHO will be taken as confessed him. .!
I ... the statute in such cases made and provided.prescribed by PERSONS having old Iron,Brass or Copper : IJ3'tlo PUD ','l.1JlIfl'r '"'1?N U4f &DEJ.L out charge., duplicates All shall who be order forwarded, on notice, with It 13 also ordered, That the foregoing against order b
It it funkrr ordered, ?That said .Defendants be, they wish to dispose of, will find .iJLij1 a set of straps, WITH published in ono of tho public gatcttcs in said efo
and tbcy aro hereby required appear and answer ready sale for all they can bring, at the FOTN- 'O ry\ CHANGE FOR DATES, at Two Dollars only-(for cuit once a week for two months. J
thirty pieces)-shall be in
_ said date Bill of this Complaint within four months from tho DRY, Jacksonville, Ha., and receive liberal UJJ1S'3 llfnL! 19aq 11q 001 Address "Post :Master kept, Pleasant stamps Grove adlibitnm. :IHOS. DOUGLAS, Jadg 111-]
publication the the 00117 U01 Allegany
S or same shall be taken prices for same.' lwoq.t isaq Rjaaat-q Co. Md." -
_S as Witness confessed, the against Hon.them.ThO&. Douglas, Judge &e. GEORGE.MOONEY 'Proprietor. -uunb v !.3uij! ojtqAV! XiiiKnb! an.40 Li Jn Any editor publishing the above,(and this notice) Court I, ISADORE otDuval JAR "K, Clerk of the Cire l
May 17. O0o 3 times County,Eastern Florid
tf ol Bonding a copy of paper, shall receive do Circuit of }
rrl'' f ataie- .vjujn- -' *".,,,S**outy of Dlfwzl: hpIJU n.1525va U4nq aJlvn!( 00' .0'0'9 pay: in WOOD LETTERS,whenever twice tho amount copy hereby of tho certify that the foregoing is a coned
( Notice to Creditors : oldie Bill is orderedOr original order o file 1D office. _
J1dQS preferred my
lad '
hereby that Spa a wood
certify the above : en
order :
r If paAJaO
I a true and lI ;slirAdmiuis1rator'g graving will be furnished L V' QNfl.CIerk.
correct of order having demands or "
I copy an on file in my office, this ALL against the head, and an engravcd'newspaper August 23, ISjl, !
20th design of m
, NonmbcrI85J. I. V. OARNIE ofItebecca'I. Read, late of Duval Dollars. value of Fin .- ,'
Notice. -
'. Clerk Circuit Court Daval County deceased June 14. 1851.
county. are notified to S S S
'S : __Nov 22. 4m sent them to the undersigned within pre SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE, I will present ,For, Sale S
two S Bears
years 7 account Administrator of tho Estate Bears II 'Bears HE,
", Administration from the ddo ofthie, notice, or they will be John T. Broer, deceased, to the WILL T RESIDENCE of the subscriber, near tt I
:>: Notice. forever barred by the statute in such Judge Probates for.tho Honorable the I purchase all the BEARS' OIL' and. : Episcopal Church ,Persons wishing a uar-
., : NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That four nnd provided. case made ask for a final settlement County and of Daval and GREASE that tho Citizens Florida! will: gain arc invited to .examine the premises. TitZ1

i', from" date,I will apply to the Ron MALCOM McG.DREADALDANE aameand also for a discharge from allowance tho administra of the ship to me In, Savannah. Iwill pay for the Oil 'good. and possession given immediateIJaxkionville .
Judge, of Probate of lion of Oju Dollar J. M. DANIBlfc S
J !V Nassau county, for leave said estate. u. Gallon,the Grease fifty' Cents
sell Administrator. S S Pound a NOT.; oh
to the real 22,1851. tfLetters
estate'Iyjng: In that county be. Septl3,1SI. 3m THOMAS. ;-LEDWITH, Adm'r, the articles must be.Pure or I mitt most' ; SOIJ
I longing: to the estate of_William '- September 20, 1851. wsiticely reject them.- '
I Hickman gm"C ;:
de.cessed am
a good
T judge
:: HELEN HICKMAN. iA COST-A large assortment of Ladies them. 'Thelznust be In their of S on ,the Climate SoiIs&
OR NEW'S naturalttate.
p fashionable Bonnets SALE at the : I '
.Oct,2D 1351., and Parasols by OFFICE, Blank Productions Florida. :
not!--4t May,31. : L Dftd. to suIt the W.: :HUMPHEl"SI : ,.< Jur,
:0. M'CUEN '&. CO. md Real iJ conveyance of LotB.'Housej, S WaoLESALE'D.UGGJST I I TIlls interesting ifo 'o
work ,Is for sale Ii the .
,. ,
.. oofee7.description.juiyu; i
: 'J t .
J NOT,116:1600.
.. : 1 h ; 11' 'S rame< j .