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: December 6, 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 )
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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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Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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readied Panama: on the morning of ihJltf < bcOUR 't'w' : 6l A FarceUal Maa. H
: A
man endowed.with:
e l having but little time oropporI an extraordinary capacity
July, .f&r forgetfulnesa tried A day or two
f.. 2.I to criticise much about the city, pro- ago for vagabondage. He gave his name as

2Jimmediately on our way to Cruces.- > -... Augustus Lessive. and believed he Wfcsborn at .

have been Bourg es. As he had forgotten hit the
!Tt that it must a T age, registry
'11 <>ticed, from COUNTRY. .of.births in,that city from 1S12 to '22 s
of considerable importance ap- was consulted, but only one person of the name

L.. p1sCt' being strongly fortified and formerly, of Lessive had been born there during that
nee, -
the most built) time, and that was a girl
lsi Sled. The houses are for part VOL. XIV. '
1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "Are sure is Lessive Asked
SATURDAY you name
If tf.I 5Wcj. constructed after the old Spanishwith .. 1831. NO. 3.Kescinsk the Judge. .

bl1onies projecting m m so as almost "Well, I thought it was, but may be it ain't. .i

a- tf11t] t across the space occupied by the nar- mf cellalrou Russian army were gloriously repelled, before (i I England and received public honors "Are you confident you were born. at" 'Bonr-- _
to lD the Polish lines wavered and it when ; were geaf'
) row JIIred streets. The soil for a considera- *and Kessnth. catered with wounds and; exclaiming was only, "Thisis I and similarly the administration treated by the tor.y press of ritain "Well, I oilers supposed I was but yet 'I

He'distance outsiJe of the.city-gate is fertile Did the resemblance between these two the end of Poland," Kosciusko fell, that the States, and welcomed with press heart in the United should not wonder it was somewhere else."

almost an excess, while the ruins of what names, dear reader of The Times, ever occur to Cossacks achieved< the victory. Warsaw: drop- I here. If the Magyar returns enthusiasm "Where does'your family live at present T7
'e- to ? If not learn ped into the hands of the monster Suwarrow salt is expected ; *1 don't know-I've forgotten." ;
have been mansions of grandeur you ml: pronunciation I to Europe, the parallel will he complete. Kot
mast once EnuhllSO and Kosshut-md try how glibly and 20,000 citizens were slaughtered. Thou- ciusko, then,and Kossuth I "Can you remember ever having Ken-your
intervals. The road as to be
at frequent : was demon father mother .
sands of the or
nit the eye and companionably; they fall from the tongue. most conspicuous rebels were sent ; strated, are patriots of the '
- Panama was thronged with travellers. Two patriots they ; great men glorious menthe to Siberia. The chief of all consigned to the ; tenal though doubtless same: mould and ma "I jcan't recollect to save my life; sometimesI
. from odd dungeon of a Russian fortress. the balance of intel think I have, and then again I think I have '
the and dead
footmen toiled on over miry rocky one now these thirty years,though I jlectcallrr.ndeur and force descends in favor not. .
The his name lives imperishably and the other Catherine IL died a year after. Paul her 1 of the latter. They
if life depended on every step. ; are primitive "
as sparks: TThal trade do follow f
nl, gigantic living I successor,was inoculated with French ideas of you
: entity, whose shadow rests flung out from the
t ttniost skill and strength of those mounted on re-actionary Enrope, the prophecy of coming on I liberte rf egalite, and then Kosciasko's prison lutions of Europe, to fiery form turbulence the and revo "Well, I am either a tailor or a cooper, and
; mules were called into requisition to prevent heart-stirring events. The. Kosciuskgof the opened. The hero was extremely caressed by spheres and revolution!,. We in of new for the life of me, I can't 'tell which; at any
the sides of then the Kossuth of the the ('Z31'. His friendship and society were aU all may, paying rate, I'm one or the other.71
he dashed against rocky past: present are equally intimations respect to tbesurvivor sacrifice
king becomingly -Have
of a free millennial future for the .the lntterpr.ofenedto_ care for. Fifteen thousand and gratefully to'tbe you ever been in prison TJ
mountain defiles, or plunged headlong: down worldIt serfs and twenty thousand rubles were us honor the manes of the dend. Let "1'don'tmnchthinklhave: ; if I'had it seems
J' : hundreds of feet beneath them. unfortunate Pole in honoring to me should recollect it. "w ,
precipices presented to him. He rejected all and turn-
be without ; the
to turn back
orad may profit an ageor equally unfortunate Hungarian. -
sure-footed mules ing his back Russia and his Mr.Lessive was accordingly sent there, and ,
the proverbially were and upon helplessly
teen so, run a parallel, after the manner of ;
of aix months retirement he
during period
enslaved a ,
sometimes fell the Plutarch between these heroes. country, sought once more the hospitable -
as they to '
' reliable!
10. ,
of for
not shores of America. Regatta all JVaUons. will have superior advantages refreshing

10 earth M night we found a fitful repose be- Poland:were, at jealously the time defending when the American their natural Colonies :n the spring of 1797 Kosciusko arrived in The soreness! of defeat still shows itself in his memory,jided, doubtless, by too great a

tont cott-, within miles London the first the members of the nautical stark of useful knowledge, acquired by long
oath thatched ge, eight rights, was, like Hungary, involved in a sharp stage of his pilgrimage, and profession in Eng
land in intercourse with vicissitude and misfoxtune.
111 of Cruces Early next morning the perilous conflict for the maintenance of its national in- was welcomed with enthusiastic feeling The in consequence the American triumphs
Tory alone hostile. The Courier the recent Yacht race. The idea of eri. Part Cor. N. T. Express.
press was an
1e teskirss resumed, and by noon we reached dependence. For centuries it had: enjoyed: a P
constitution and The Post were most insolent. Komaledic rv-Jvlfi any form or Degree on the element
that of the
n-of Cruces, the! terminus of our land travel: having Magyar. The resembling King was essentially elective. There was: tions and slanders were too bitter to pour out which has been the great: theatre of British Western Etiquette.

; accomplished twenty-five miles in one day an aristocratic diet. Its seperate nationalitywas upon the head of the patriot. On the other eminence, is not to be endured. Pre-eminent The Chicago Democrat says that the Yankee

ae jadahalf': We met a great many pilgrims unquestioned. Very little authority and hand, the liberals were as devotedly impressedwith has naval been the only word admitted in the English traveller whd saw the live Hoosier has written

11 crossing the Isthmus, among them were not a no absolute power had been entrusted to the his merits. The Whig Club, on the mo- merits Tocabu'.ary of ,whilst measuring the relative again to his mother, telling her his experienceas
I tion of Gen. Tarleton the well-known building, navigating
King. So restricted were the rights of the partizan or fighting follows:
:iy females and several children. The fey ships. This term has lost its
few commander in the Southern spell which kept
revolutionary annals ,
that -
, crown, were times when it were difficult "Western people are death on etiquette.You .-
ae niles :appeared we.rj, fatigued, and fearful ; to find a wearer for it. The government seconded by Charles James Fox, voted other nations from the field of competition and can't tell a man here that he lies, without

'f, al well they might, for the jaunt from Cruces was a republic disguised as a monarchy; and,, him a sword. His levees, while staying in the silently proposition resign the to test superiority the to one. The latest fighting. A few days ago a man was telling

in to Panama in the rainy season is nct a desirable like[ that of Hungary, was a source of perpetual I' capital., were At Bristol attended as numerously as theKing's. different countries has been made relative merits of two of his neighbors in my hearing a pretty
; the of embarkation by proposing
uneasiness and
of troubles
: perpetual to the I
- large story. Says
: one. The children were carried on theshoalJers for America, he was greeted with an address a grand Regatta of all nations: which as the
whose territories the frontier.
\ despots lay upon I "Stranger, a whopper.
of natives, and frequently in the The year 1768 witnessed an allianc of Austria. I from the Sheriffs, and a tremendous public de- capacities Great Exhibition of brought all the industrial -Says he, 'lay there, stranger.'n
countries into
coarse of the journey were more than a mile int5e Russia and Prussia, for the dissolution of the monstration. The citizens procured a splendid rivalry, so a Regatta "And in the twinkling of an eye I found myself
obnoxious kingdom. The resistance of the mild set of plate and presented him as a parting ted including all, will bring into competi- the ditch
rear of their parents. We delayed untilthe tion their maritime capabilities. A British in a perfect quadruped. Upon
of their of-
timony veneration.At .
King Stanislaus was like all his actions with- ficer another occasion, says I to a man I never saw
succeeding day at Cruces awaiting our proposes this scheme in the
Philadelphia where he disembarked following
out His nobles their before
spirit or energy. played terms as a woman passedu -
- bapgige, some of which, like the Dutchman's puts with more fervor and gallantry ; but not- from his transatlantic voyage, the expressionsof : 'That isn't a specimen of your western wo- .
i t. pigSj'taatfw/JCTJiiflif"7 I.is understood thatMT withstanding the most desperate endeavors, joy end admiration: were extravagant. Sa- "Is England, the greatest naval power the men, is it T

e application to the American Consul at Panama the first treaty of partition was signed by the lutes were fired from the national forts, as the world ever knew, to allow herself beaten in her 'Says he-Tou are afraid of fever and ague,
vessel element
t allies in 1773 ascended the Delaware. His carriagewas own Our security, perhaps our very stranger, an't you l'
: : to assist by his influence in the recovery The kingdom or more properly the republicwas dragged through the streets to his lodgingsby existence as a free nation, depends upon our ;Tery much," says I.

d *f lost baggage, :s perfectly useless, as he'proela shorn of its fair proportions. Its most the enthusiastic mob. The great men of the naval superiority. Our pre-eminence as a commercial Well.." replied he, "that lady is my wife,and

:ms that .that is not his business there.7 I courageous defenders had despaired of better nation gathered about him instantly. Jefferson people will in future depend greatly if you don't apologize in two minutes, by the

it is well Known that travellers in : inns, anl sought the shores of America where then Vice-President, Dr. James Logan, npon the speed of our ships. Let us then chal honor ef a, gentleman, I swear that these two .
chief justice \ 'Kenn, Gov. Mifflin, Senator lenge the whole world to compete with in held
heir blades still advocated: the principles of us pistols, which he cocked in his handy,
that particular are entirely the mercy of the liberty which they bad vainly worshipped, and Mason, and .nil the republican members of naval architecture at a grand regatta of all na "shall cure yon of that disorder, entirely. Soiton't

r culcteers having as much as they can attendo trusted to perpetuate at home For nearly Congress were in constant intercourse with tions-comprehending men-of-war, merchant fear,stranger."

: in taking cire of their own necks. score of years the land enjoyed the rest of ex- him. The republican papers were loud in his ships, and yachts-in like manner as we have 'So I knelt down, and politely apologized. I II
uastion. The people were paralyzed and utterly praise while the Government orguns, sympa- done this year in arts, sciences, and manufac- admire this western country much, but darn '
The British Consul treats the application of disheartened with their hopeless effort.- thising with English toryism, abused him at a tures. Let the different kinds of vessels be me if I can stand so much etiquette i it always I

e British sul-j cts -ho may become the victims The republic had sunk into a mere outside province round rate. It n amusing, in glancing over classed, and let every vessel which enters for takes me unawares*

ofsin-iar impsitions very differently. He of the great monarchies ndj scent. The some of the articles the time, to observe the the competition pay a certain sum of money
identity of sentiment and of language towards a grand for the s
nits the Alcalde of the cit informs wish for freedom was there, and burning more frequently winning nation How de Accident Cvm.
upon with what we now have daily of the (having an appropriate inscription) as a trophy f
widely than ever but the time and the manor *
, him of the tacts, and describes the stable from a fresh assertion; of independence has not Hungarian.: Neither the President, Mr. Adams to be placed in its academy of arts. Of course Few people have an idea of the numerous

t thence the mules and muleteer were hired, arrived. nor any of his cabinet, paid the least attention there might be, in addition, other prizes, honorary vexations attending on keeping a large public
yet to the illustrious Pole. did or otherwise for establishment, or understand the cares of a .
They or each class. I will
venture '
sal hints that the articles in question must bt The French revolution broke out. Europe
landlord. For instance
said consciousness of his to that such a negro approached:
nothing indicating a say a grand regatta of all na- j
within time. This has i invariably : was stunned, and the rn1ists-Je1ighted withan the other and commenced with -
given day
forthcoming presence iu the country. But for the tone of tions would do more to improve ship building 1
been found sufficient. Private application entirely fresh set of ideas. They were studied their: organs, we might suppose them to have in one year, than it has been improved, com 'Massa, you know dembig glass shades, what tam
idolized .
secretly adapted everywhpre.Poland '
: : to the same source, it unavailing.Cruces was in a ripe state to catch the infec- been ignorant of it. Washington, on the other paratively, for the last hundred years." 'Wel1 arlbe' said last night the master.? I
hand wrote from Mount Vernon under date of ,
, i is situated on the Cbngres river.- tion. She now believed her hour had come- 'Well dey was put in the store-room,' continued -
August 31,1797, a cordial'letter of welcome, I From tfa
Albany State R \
The homes are generally small, built of canes and the man. The man was Thaddeus Kosci- from which we quote: !JIsrt1' the boy.
usko. Another Triumph American Infennitv. j "'yen continued the master looking inqui
about two inches in thickness, stuck up-right .. The leader of the Polish insurrection: was: of ',1 beg you to be assured that no one has a Recent advices from England inform us that ringly._ ,

ill the ground. Household furniture is not an gentle parentage; had received a thorough higher respect and veneration for your character American ingenuity achieved another triumph 'Well, I was peelin' de apples, when Mr.

item of much consideration with the inhabit- raining,at the military school of Warsaw ; fallen than I have ; and no one more sincerely in the failure of Mr. Garbntts, a celebrated Johnson told me bring one of dem out.

tnts There i, a dilapidated church sandiug, in love, desperately and therefore foolishly, wished, during your arduous struggle in the English mechanic and a proficient lock picker. 'Wen,' said his master, impatiently.'Well ,
with a fair daughter of the governor of Lithu- cause of liberty and your country, that it mIghthe to pick the Newell Parautopic Bank Lock, after : ,just as I was gwine7 to do. '

en which many names are inscribed. A few nn" ; w;s bitterly disappointed ; and consoled: crowned with success. But the ways ofPi an interruped trial of 30 days. Mr. H. the 'You let it full and broke it, you careless I I

miles from the town, on the Panama, road: is a himself by crossing the ocean, and giving; his ovidence are inscrutable, and mortals must accredited agent of Messrs. Day & N.; of 5S9., scoundrel anticipated the master.

large ship's anchor, with which is connected 'id to the apparently hopeless strife fur liberty submit. I pray you to believe, that at all Broadway, N. York, after having picked all the No I didn't tindder,e said: the negro sulki "
in which Washington was then embraced times and under all circumstances, it would beat English locks, (Bramah's and CbubVs) iy-
aa interesting story of the days<< of the DucaI To the staff of that chieftain he was attached mike me happy to see you at my last retreat, and pocketed two hundred guineas in British Well, what then?' said the landlord recov

'I I ncer as an engineer, with the title of lieutenant colonel from which 1 never expect to move more than gold as his reward then challenged all Europeto ering. -

I The descent of the Chacrea river is effected ; and not only learned the art of war in a twenty" miles again. With great esteem, I re- a trial of skill upon his Newell Parautopic, 'Why, I struck him again de corner of.de

ia boats or canoes, which are borne forward by general way, but the art of warring for the main, &c. offering $1,000 as a reward to the person who shelf, and he brake hisself all to pieces '.
dearest human rights. at the expense of the Such was: the language of the noble patriotof should succeed in picking it. Mr. Garbutt accepted -
; t swift! current. even over dangerous rapids dearest human comfort. luxuries, and other earth, to a man, whom executives of those the challenge, and after having tried Ilansehold Definitions

r We passed Gorgona: and sever&1 other villages 'emltnts of inglorious; case. From thischoolmsr days and these, would join in insulting. Kos- thirty days, admitted that the "obstinate Yan- Home-the place where children have their

sc.l 'oth* leadership of the cinsko did not visit the father of his country. kee bolt" was impregnable. Mr. Hobbs, too, own way and married men resort Mica they

to Cruces. The lands that: border the Polish! revolutionists. Ui preparation was Still suffering from the wounds received in the jive him every possible facility to workadvanageously hate no where else to keep themselves
ompletc. inal battle with the Russians, the hero seldom having placed in his hands the foci Wife-the thing who is expected to purchase
Chagres river are rich, and well adapted to the The motive of the first .monstration of the left his room or his bed. Thither came visit- to be operated upon, for examination, as he wish- without means, and sew on buttons before they

I where of rice. Birds and butterflies of brilliant patriots: was the exclusion of external influences ors, male and female, from New York, then two ed, and afterwards: gave him a duplicate to come off.Babythe

hues enliven the air. The rail.road in and the restoration of ancient bounda- days journey away,to pay their respects to the further aid him, and yet, with all these surprising thing on account of which its

l process of construction by American compaj ries, franchises, and constitutional rights. As sufferer. The officers of the army; all the advantages added to the stimulus of mother should never go to the opera, consequently
in Hungary, the demand was not for democratic first men of the land who congregated at Phil- his national pride, and the hope of carrying off need never have a new hat.
has proceeded but nine miles, after immense institutions, but for a re-edification of the adelphia, then the capital city of the Union, 1,000 in gold,the thirty days expired and as Dinner-the meal which is expected to be in

labor expended and that too but insecurely, institutions of their fathers. In this spirit, the were in daily attendance. Congress voted him Mr. Hobbs quaintly remarked, t1lt Yankee bolt exact readiness whenever'. the master of the

I ia consequence cf the nature of the soil. It league of Targowitz was signed, not only by so ire: $13,000 the administration members of $t&11stllck out" When Mr! Hobbs picked the house happens home to eat it,whether twelve

with the river. Kosciusko, Peniatoski, and other popular the House Representatives opposing the ap- Iramah and Chubb locks, he had: not examined or half past three.
runs from -
Chagres parallel champions, but by Stanislaus himself. The propriation. The public land, to which he was the inside of them and had no such favor' Washing day-the time when a woman can .
We continued: our voyage down the river without allied despots despots once poured over the entitled for his revolutionary services, he gave shown him as he had given :Mr. Garbutt: but throw a broom at a thievish dog, or say "I '

the occurrence of any incident worthy of rentiers. The year 1792 witnessed deeds of away to a poor Welcbman. who had been fel- had no difficulty demonstrating their entire won't without being thought cross.

notice, except the philosophical manner in chivalry on the part of the patriots that astonished ow-voyager. This liberality called for indignant insecurity.The Trowsers-the disputed territory.) '
the world. Kosciusko was hailed as a attacks from federal papers. lIe was advised Newell Parautopic is now the champion y
which we endured the repeated and profuse second Washington. Among other valorous travel west, weak and helpless as he Jock of the world, and as such has received the LET tfs.ALL LAUGU.-A Southern paper tells

showers that: poured upon us, and at night feats, it is related that he erected a fort in was, and cultivate the land he was entitled to. prize medal at the World's Fair accompanied by about a talking-match that lately"came off7 at ;

larded at Chagres. wenty-four hours and in it, with 2,000 men, He was said to despise the generosity of our the following flattering declaration from the New Orleans, for five dollars a side. It con- ; ..

roadstead to the withstood a Russian army 16,000 strong, for government, because declining to turn buckeye jurors who awarded itThat, not withdanding tinned for,thirteen hours, the rivals being
CLagres is
on an open several days. After an engagement of six : farmer, be proposed to return to France, the prize in question was the highest gift Frenchman-and a KentuckiAnThe bystanders

Bean, at the mouth of the river of the same hours, on another occasion, and with a (similar and there end his days. After he had done so, in Class XXIII. (their class,) they could not injustice and judges'wen talked to sleep, and when

uac, which divides the modern and American disparity of force, he succeeded drawing off in May, 1798, slander was still busy. The tender ito Messrs Day & Newell, of they waked up in the morning, they found the

frost the ancient Spanish village. Au exten- his men without any mentionable lose. But it terms in which he expressed his gratitude to the United States of America, without adding Frenchman dead, and the Kentuckian whispering -
commandsthe was in vain The enormous excess of numberson the French ministry for acts of courtesy or that their highest premium was given with the in hie car.HEALTH t
life fort on a prominent eminence the part of the invaders was irresistible. kindness were construed into a malicious re- special approbation of the whole class; that it .

anchorage.: The only mode of conveyancefrom Peace was signed, and Poland again dismem- lection: upon the American people. But, happily hud not been overrated by the Queen of Great .or EcRorE.-The Emperor of Austria -

CLagres to the steamers is by open boats; bered. Kosciuskp! despairing of the republic, the hold of the glorious Pole, upon the Britain, Prince Albert and the Duke of Wellington it is said, is; so extremely weak, that: it is '

and although the waves rolled heavily, and the took refuge in Leipsic.In hearts of that people, was too close to be shaken when they exclaimed that "the great impossible for him;just at present, to get vp I,
1793 be reoppeared in his hapless fatherland by all the official misrepresentation in the American lock hAd no rival for mechanical alone (a loan.: )-Pimch.
breakers dashed furiously over the bar, by The, banner of freedom was again rais world. At his death, in 1817, on the anniversary -. kill andibe security it afforded in the whole I

this means we reached our ship in safety, and ed. His eloquent invitations and addresses we believe, of the day when the fatal area of the Crystal Palace An old fel'ow being visited by his pastor, the a

)athe7thcf! July bide adieu V> this pest- excited the national feeling; into phrenzy field of Maeziewics was fought, the expressions l\Ir.lIobbs has since placed the Newell P.lr. Utter assured him that he could not bo a good
the autopic Lock on the Bank of England and isat Christian unless he took up his daily cross-
C. about him of sorrow were AS general throughout ,
house of the Atlantic. Twenty thousand men gathered ; s
and Warsaw was once more in his power. Poland Union, as if one of its own favorite sons had present negotiating to place them on all the whereupon caught up bis"wlte, and began
government institutions, instead of the Chubb lagging her about tho room.
at his feet he was declared general- departed.If ;
lay ;
John Q. Saxe is responsible for this, on an in-chief. His manifestoes aroused the sympathy our patient reader, is not struck with the and Bramah: locks. No doubt he will succed in the
for debate before Union
of similarity between doing so,and then Great'Britab. will have ad The question
W-read It regardedas extraordinary points
America. was
lawyer of Europe and many
; Committee at their next meeting: Can.
is mitted to the whole world that other than Safety
fault none
its and the Pole the ,
the last effort of nation to recover rightful Hungarian ,
An idle attorney besoaghtabrether and Kosciusko in our necessarily hurried account of the lat a "live yankee" could give the desired perfect a man who is in the habit of getting tight everyday
For something to read, some novel or other, independence ill security for their gold and records. be termed a man of loose habits?x
all in all to the republic. He administered ter. Age, character, objects behavior, -suc- government
That really freeh new; was
was The Newell is the only lock at theWorld'
Take his friend civil affairs. lIe revived the constitution cess, and subsequent fate, all have their tan- Parautopic
the Pans
Chitty, replied legal Fair submitted to the test of burglars The-Jockey Club in have been amusing -
There isn't a book that I could lend which he prepared and promulgated two gential points. Both were qualified bygeniusand themselves with a"contest between two
novel to food ammunition education for great national leaders; both and others, that mas nit successfully pitted.
Would moro yon before. He provided eta
prove twelve rats the floor drawing
and on
years of Messrs. Day & Newell we learn, have already owls ,
the schemes tyranny
Contributionswere excluded from their designs
Written after going to law: and all other sinews of war. room. Eleven of the'rata and one of the owls
had orders for their locks for the England market -
recruits ob- ani jacobinism. Both, self denyiogly
The law nature's chain eenaects, raised, proclamations issued, killed;and the surviving rat and owl put
they say great Prussians who their almost absolute position solelyfor and have shipped large numbers of them were
That a tUd ever must produce effects tained by his authority. The occupied countries to Mr. Hobos. These gentlemen it should be hors de combat. The stales are to, be given to
In me behold reversed great nature's laws, had apprached within a day's march of the the benefit of their respective which, further stated, were the recipients, of a gold the owner!the combatant: that shall live tho
and and resisted the dazzling temptations "
AU lost tauu. repulsed expelled. -
by a angle triumphantly ,
tay rffeetM capital were
revolution was confirmed; and corrupt ambition most have yielded to. Both medal for their Parautopic Lock at' the late longest.Mrs. .
Fair of the 'American Institute in New: York .
which contended for natiouaVfndependenceusedthe -
SIC LY SEASON & '( .-We never hear rat for the treachery and anarchy surrounded and when we reflect 'upon all their triumphs I Partington. on being told that Mr. Bitchis
of such saints in this part of the wcrld. Bat in the the ,chief, the Polish republic might same arts of arms and eloquence-were both at home and abroad and the fame I had sold "The Union" ,exclaimed.-Alas! alas? I
and refused they
Southern country u the sickly season approaches, haTe existed until the power of Napoleon had half deified by the popular masses,- reared he would do something awful when I heard
many hardened sinners join the church, and slide lent it permanent: strength.. To combine he to traffic for their: individual security and haTe given to American ingenuity, we are cer- that Congress had dejected the bill toidei1tilY him! -
back about frosL Vtcl- found the they had engaged tain that every lover of his country must exalt and it}have
again to their old ways conflicting; element, Koscinsko resigned the profit. when they cause A WUUUCt.u he sold the people with it, '
DlI.rg 8erain.l and betook'himself to the sword. in f3i1inl!. Both were betrayed by confederates at their prosperity. Perhaps,the best 2 concision got to become a r&egfsr slave? If so; I shall emulate -
dictatorship, is memorable At Ma.eziecwlcs ; imprisoned ; after about the same we can give to this matter is to say, that to the';South,Where't.hey know how to treat

Why are ladies drcs cs about the waist likesyeneral Thf': ,campaign the of 20th 1794 of October, c* ne the final period ,of incarceration, released ,proceeded I in claiming the championship the-,world, the poor critters., .And M v,Ftrtington sighed -

meeting? Because there i a gatheringyes conflict., on Four different assaults, cf, the 'orthwilh America,pausing momentarily in J JI lessrs D. i; N.invite the attentivn of persons ,deeply' and said no more, <
there. cf bustle
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j ; fi ------ -- L Tariff: There is not a whig in to such a length ns to cause'rn$ to-fomt

i Letter fr.m Mr. Tlna tr. ., Several othen'were in great danger of destruc-' 2. ResoheZ, That the said Indians be removed Now, aslo:who can pout to a clause in the con we are brethren of the same Republic! 'hat

: tien. Total loss by the Art is from $30 to 40-, from the State at the earliest period practicable aeorRi which authorizes the enactment or aTariff -and now that these contests have t fait\
i The New.York Daily.Times of the 24tb,pub- 000. and thai all the means be employed, sUtuUon oat of the Union is we again: breathe. freely, and feel taiii01tssmtwlftftritnit.
which portion I
lishts the following Utter, received: from Mr. = and power of the State be immediately wielded by another. The true Whatever: '( Tlty

t Thrasher the day previous: to effect this most desirable end. constitutional the, doctrine upnse, is a tariff for revenue. I have been aroused, for,the success orfhe1l1i 9l

f' la PRWON, HAVANA, NG'f. 14, IS51.j ) THE NEW'SJACKSONY1LLEFLA.: 3. Resolved, That this subject' being of paramount not be inconsistent with the ciple in other .sections, has passed: & ..

I j To tht Editor .IIh'lteTl Y.rkDasly Tim's: importance to all others, nnd the welfare constitution It MAyor may Decor-liig ,to he Case, to disrrmm. the occasion, leaving us once more at l liff
I of this meeting ,
| Sir,-la consequence tt the thousand false of the State in the the opinion that the ate for protection of home industry, Wherever to direct our :nnited energies to the 1J !lJ
call of Legislature,
requiring a with the constitution ment of the common good.
that circulated! regaad to myself, be done consistently
i ; reports are of the State be and he is hereby re- that can
; I would deny explicitly that Governor to do it. Perhaps in no Southern State hag
!. requeet :you to requested to convene the General it is equitableand proper : the d'
1 there have been found among my papers any .pectfullf Some ago Jr.: Clay,then the erabodi- cratic party been so nearly unanimous
letters documents' that compromise any one, Assembly for that purpose at an early period. ment whiggery years declared: in his place, in the, advocacy of Southern Rights as in FIortk:

I I in any manner whatever:: not even myself, if I The Floridian Journal, in noticing the Senate that all Intirnal Improvements, not and by this we do not mean that it has ad,

s' am allowed the advantage of defence. proceedings of this meeting, adds the following strictly nationel, ou5ht to be confined: to the ted disunion or practical secession. Xn

> I refrain from further remark pending my respective States, :t matters not whether.he extreme measures have been contended t

i trial. JZespenlfully, your ob't serv't observations : and the whig party bas acted since inconsistently demanded as a remedy for the past. In'a1t'Cl!

t J. S. TURASUXR. 6 1851 In reference to this matter: we are informed with that declaration : he gave up the. advocacy of the rights of the South *elfr
> Saturday, December upon the most reliable authority that a contract -i doctrine then. The writer of this believes that looked more to the establishment orf, ,t.t

;. t Toombs and the Nerthera Democracy. has been entered into by the proper Department such schemes of Internal Improvement as are pie as a rallying point,in the event ol fntaj:

I f In the late speech delivered by Mr. Toombs AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. at Washington with a Mr.: Blake, of often gotten up in Congress are grossly unconstitutional croachinents: than as a basis for present letiT
at Milltdgeville, he is represented by the editor Maj.\ JOHN BEARD, Tallahassee, Fla. Alabama: for the peaceable removal of these" is and palpably of evil tendency. One -and in nil this we have not ceased to ten:

: of the Athens Banner, who was present, AS G. RKABDON Ocala Fla.Joa.t Indians, and it is aid that the contractor vast appropriation leads to another, and this her that we were democrats, nor nithdrwa
J. Esq.
j having made the following pregnant admis. now making arrangements to undertake the profligate expenditure of the National fund affords our interest in the mode and manner bl.iJ
DARLING, Esq., Tampa, Fla. compliance with his agreement. Mr. Blake is:
lions: I I a pretext to the high Tariff men to cry the Republic should be administered. Fortu T
I f Oen. S. RUSSELL Newnansville, FIn. to receive $850 or thereabouts per head for all ] Besides this money is natelyin: taking our position in
| "5. That: the Northern Democrats have, in He. for more protection up toeEepnL:
.' every State gone into the iccent election with B. FIUSBY, Esq., Garey's Ferry, FIn. these that can be persuaded force in to their emigrate.removal generally spent on'works in the non-slavehold- lican line, the Democratic party of the Star
does not to use ,
a faithful adherence to the compromise as apart GEO. CENTER, Esq., St. Augustine, Fla. relies expect the influence of Seminoles ing States. But a small pittance of it has ever are at no loss in the choice of associ tes.l
but on
condemned all agitation young found will find its into tho slaveholding it is matter for the highest felicitation tlit
of their political creed, or ever way
Judge A. STEELE, Cedar Keys,Fla. already: in the West, who are to be brought that the find 'e
for repeal or modification.7 States. It is well known in large a party conservative friends
"6. That, in no single instance, have the :I S. GLUSKI, Esq. Pilatka, Fla. back for this purpose.successful We hope but that we fear Mr.that B.'i Southern Rights party. not only in Georgia, the North, who battled with us so faitifuUi t
:: Northern Whigs planted themselves en the "- may short prove of force will fail, in-ridding our but, in other Southern States, consist mainly of three years ago. and who bAn since then'il

S ., .' .. compromise in good faitL, but that, controlled TIlE PAMPERO CASE. i State anything of the of these democrats. We remember, in our early con most alone breasted the swelling tide of faut
by the Seward wing of the party, they have The communication of our St. Augustine corres I presence savages. tests upon this slavery and territorial que icism, now ready to co-operate in restoring\tie
1 Cither condemned it or insisted upon agitating sensible remarks tion," hnt we went into Southern Rights meetings Government to safe nnd steady hands. JUd
furnishes sketch of the in n The following were
I f: the question of repeal or modificAtioa of port pendent a proceedings I in various parts of the country, where we arc persuaded that all that is at preas
this interesting case, to Wednesday evening, written by Mr. Smythe, formerly Whig Editor t
tionsofit. up nearly all were del ocrtts. By degrees, true needed to effect this much (lesiredreforn.hs

t when it was submitted to the Court. The decision I oftho Augusta Republic, but now Ole of the Wbigs united with them, until the number ol cordial: and harmonious union en some! relialli!e

'1 Mississippi.The of tho Court will probably be rendered in a few Editors of the Constitutionalist $ R'pnblic. Mr. whigs in the Southern Rights ranks became and connd democrat, and this the signs i of the

j democracy this State seem fully determined days. What that decision will be, we cannot, of I Smythe has the reputation of having done formidable. But after a while some of the times indicate that we shall: hive.. Ccrtaini! I

". \ : on a re-organizAtion. and vigorous course, anticipate, but we may be permitted to hope elect and Fillmore in 1848 I democrats: became corrupted or misled, and is that since the election of Jackson! in 1523 ,
prosecution of the next Presidential cann .- a favorable issue for tho owner. Tho claim of the more to Taylor I faltered in the lice of duty. The results at the the prospects of tho democratic party haveic 1

'. It is announced in the Mississippian: that a Government against tho armS, Ac., supposed to bavo than any other Editor in Georgia. lIe honestly polls arc'kn wn to all. been so flattering as at the present writirf,8ji; (

L ''I' democratic State Convention will be held at been taken from on board the Pampero, end seized supported Taylor as a Southern candidate Now, if good policy should dictate a change we regard it as a fixed fact that: our own State

; Jackson, on the 8th of January next, to appoint by Castom-House officers, was, we understand, ,but it seems he has been cruelly deceived, of name, if it should be generally thought best will demand her rightful! share in tcuienii l tE
t. ; : delegates to the National Conveatioa at to rally under the old name of democrats,where the great political victory of 1852. Our ehiel
.. Baltimore. Tho preliminary steps for this set aside by the Court, and the property restored to and like an independent honest man, seeksto will'the Southern Rights whigs go ? Of course design in throwing out these remarks blS hUll t

; porpose have already commenced in the several the claimants. make amends for the injury he has unwittingly to those who are their best friends, and who direct public attention to the subject in or. ]

counties. The movement is a judicious and aided in causing. His example will be entertain principles nearest alike their own.- tier to the assembling. of a State Convention,, t

S 1 Si timely one. The "Union" hurrah has resulted MEETING OF CONGRESS. followed by nearly every Southern Rights Tho Bank: Tariff and Internal Improvements, the calling District i Conventions, for the par

S J, in nothing but strengthening the hands and Congress met on Monday last, and organizedby Whig in the South. They will all join the are no obstacles to a union between Southern pose of appointing delegates, and we hope tIM tour 7S

stimulating the courage of the whigs-who electing Lynn Boyd, of Kentucky, (Dem.) Rights whigs and democrats. When Southern brethren of the pms of the East antI Wej J.

S now hope to bind the State to all their federal Speaker: and John W. Forney Editor of tho Democratic party as coming nearest to their Rights whigs first saw the South assailed open will take the matter into early advitPnent.tin i t .c
. fallacies. Let the democracy re-organize upon principles. This, we are also convinced, will ly, and afterwards insidiously by her Northern there may: be united action in securing the object 1
the old platform of faith and principles, and Pennsylvanian, (Dem.) Clerk. be the course of many of the old States Rights foes-when the fabric of Southern Rights L in view. 1
J Mississippi will resume her brilliant position, The proceedings of this session of Congress shook to its centre nnd tottered for want of t

:."- : ; with Alabama: in the Republican galaxy. Will be watched with deep interest by the people Whigs who have acted of late with the so-callec sustaining help who aided mostly, and with a 5 j- We clip the following notice of Colonel
:. Mobile Register. Union party, but cannot swallow" the consolidation : noble and sublime zeal. to support nnd steady
not so much for the amount of important O'Hara from the Yrcmnn
; doctrines of the leaders ofthe Whig party.. it? Democrats, yes democrats. Southern Kentucky puMIsiei

}. I Rail Road ConsutIon.S legislative business that it is expected to per- And the few Democrats whose fears were played Rights whips who acted with them. who toiled Frankfort: 1

form, nor for the peculiar position of a Whig and sympathized and strove through a long and Our little city ha received the vKtingulshcd :tff n'avvd:. r
i The attention of the people of Florida is asked upon, and who were led astray by the cry $
gloomy with them. to the South citizens ,.
to the appeal of the New Orleans: committee Administration. with a large Democratic ma- ptriod save within the last week. In add.
I of Unioaand, were induced to act for the time from the dovouring deep of future ruin, can I tion to those mentioned a few days ago, we Lan
} t in behalf of the Southern an Western Rail road jority in both Houses! opposed to it, as for the lIon. J. R. .'"
their the valor the virtue and seen rn.j'rwood.lIon.J inn BoydIIo .
being with the Whigs under new name: never forget public :
Convention, to.held in New Orleans the first man uvres and intrigues of the friends of the devoted patriotism of the democrat. These: R. II. Etmton.lIon. B. E. Gray, Ion.Presley t-
: Monday in January next. There is a good now that all admit that the Union is in no danger : insr, Hon. ..\.. Dixon and Messrs. C. A. and JLX
different for the acts hive effaced all ancient and
S prospect that all the Southern States will be aspirants Presidency, to secure will return to their old principles and prejudices, Wiejvlife.} Among the celebrities arc Geo. X.
,,- S represented. Matters of great interest to the the nomination of their favorites. The made the Southerr. Rights whigs; and democrats Panders. Esq., John W. Tinne ard Co!. Thwd"
friends. Thus it will be seen that the Whig! faithful allies in their and future
( prosperity of the South will be discussed inS Conventions of the two great parties of the pcsent political O'JIara; the former of the celebrities is the cripa- t
that convention, and it is to be hoped that the instead of accomplishing, as they hoped and hopes. I ator of and pioneer in more great project'<< than
t people of this State will take proper steps to be country will convene in the spring, but it is at intended, the destruction of the Democratic Some people; talk of whipgery n
, represented suitable Washington that the nominations will virtuallybe being. It may live in some deceitful form, I I knowledge was the first person in this country vli
by a delegation..Floridicli party, have well-nigh ruined their own, by I, publicly advocated the annexation of Texas. 'tII
: : .5- Journal. made. The Whig party, now in possession seeking to effect its objcc's.! power an 1 plunder,
agitating the question of Union and Disunion. under the guize of Constitutional Unionism;; I I We learn tint Col. 0'IIara was received viti:
of the Executive of the Govern
, ; ; Southern and Western Rail Road Convention. Department Instead of convicting the Democrats of being but we speak of it as a party. Where is ill I: enthusiastic demonstrations of approval: all 1 ]
meat is the and will
repudiated by country, It was garroted at Milledgeville, on the 11th of
Disunionists, they have excited a general suspicion I I along his route through Tennfsse and Ken-
make desperate: efforts to retain power, by the December last by its own leaders.: Thfre is, :
:. NEW ORLEANS Nov. 4th 1851. of their own unsoundness on southern It ': tucky. We should judge from this: that: FSlmsrebiistensm Ii
same means which it used obtain it. In oth- therefore, no irhig party to go to. certainly i I
S The people of Lousianna and Missippi propose er free countries in England for example interests and rights. We allule, of course, to can hate no attractions for Southern Rights nJigs. J I bid not extended beyond the BUt!

. : a gcueral Rail Road Convention of the Southern the leaders and tacticians oftho party, and not under the form of Consti'ittional Unionism. Hero !?! Ridge. We admire the inlepcndence of cpu:-

: t an J Western States, to be held in New Ort when an Administration has forfeited the confidence to the ignorant and unsuspecting masses. But reas it recently at the polls? l\.eo11yoTlythousand I I I ion manifested t

I t 1;ana on the first Monday in January next. Th. of the country, and has been placed in read what Mr. Smythe The italics rchigf voter for .. Ir. CoM, nlile thirty thousand; : : by the Western jeople, 11'10 a

S l object of this Convention are, to bring about, Ii minority, in even one branch of the legislature says. are democrats toted for Gov. !tt DfllItlld. These seem not to bs governed in their opinions
I \1. : :: r as a unity it resigns the reigns of government to stray men or measures by triumphs or
l cJorl in all these States for the extension of OF of Southern Rights rchigs. Jfths (
make for those who the ON THE STATE PARTIIS. : tunes. We wish Col. 0'IIara all the celebrity
Ih i' their Rail Roai System, and in bringing into way possess confidence new organization i.f not bused vpon a sectional
S t rcore immediate and active connection theirS of the people, as expressed through their legis- foundation, ire know where its members nill le and substantial rewards his chivalrou

popah'ioi jmd industry. It is desirable that lative elections. But our form of government All the signs! of the of Constitutional the times show Union that the found, when Southern dtnger shall call thm I character: and efforts in the Cuban: cuss H it
S \ : i-stion of the South and West should be whig party aetioi Associations in the lormy I'I
every under past, pru richly merit.
the I
moving forms of a written constitution are ready to coalesce with Northern democrats,
r 'reseated: by their most and and
S cifizors and have been does not admit of this summary mode of such as they may deem favorable to the com the hare united tk
,. ; Delegates already for future ( mass of the dfmocrats I Slave Trade.
" misc. They know that the Northern
S r.ppointel from many of these States. The carrying out the expression of the popularwill. pr the whig and the firm, patriotic and unflinching Bills have been introduced into the Legislature

.. t people Florida are earnestly invited to take It appears somewhat anomalous, that in tion.party is But utterly let us bring corrupt the on question! slavery home.ques-We Southern Ilislts Tchigs. upom a common political I of Georgia and South Carolina, to prohibit the importation i- 1t
- ; a pait in the proceedings of the convention. platform. May their effort be propitious for them
S a GLUNDT BURKE the freest of all governments-and that in address ourselves now, more particularly to the I of flares for sale. This is intended u*
as political associates, but more particularly for t
A. D. GROSSMAN,'Mayor of .:\. 0 which the popular' sentiment is most control- Southern Rights whigs. The Southern Rights their country. defensive measure against the border slave State,
has twice ) I
. J. D. B. BEllOW, ling-obedience to that: sentiment should be late party compromise issues.badly Is there the upon least the I that are sending their slave population South as I -il

ALFX. MOUTON, longest delayed. Under our s'stem-as illustrated prospect that the result would be more favorable -: Lr Wo copy from the Florid an 4- Journal I fast as possible. To the older States, the policy is' t,
Mississippi.Committee. in tho present instance-an Administration upon another trial of that issue Why I the following judicious remarks on the present. good one.

may be repudiated and condemned by should we exhaust our efforts in endeavoring position and prospects of the Democratic: party. 0Dr.:::: R. D. Arnold Union Democrat wu .

. From The River Plat*. the people, in the very first year of its rule, cannot to accomplish accomplish an object? Why which pursue it is a plain shadow we We entirely concur in the remarks the editor elected Mayor of Savannah on the lit inst.,besting t.o t.h

By the way of England, advices have been and yet continue in power for three years, in which forever eludes our grasp ? as to the propriety and expediency of taking Thomas Purse, Democratic candidate, twehi.

received from Buenos Ayrea to Octobar 4th. epite or the clearly expressed decision of the In our article of yesterday morning, we steps preparatory to the assembling of a votes. These Georgia Union Democrats are the
Montevide to the 6th and Rio Janeiro to.the r
t. 15th. sovereign will This, at first view, may look pointed out the great inducements yet before State Democratic Convention, for the purpose willirg tools we recollect have heard cfl t ljJ3r ttZl

like a defect in our the Southern Rights party te engage its best : to the National
popular of appointing Delegates Con-
The Brazilian troops had marched into Montevideo system goverrrrnent and most devoted energies. Suppose for the : The democratic member of the Legislature

t to assist the Montevidians. Oribeitwas but it has not as yet been attended with sake of policy, and to escape the unjust odium vention to be held next spring, and we shall of Tenncsso recommend to the party p

said, was hemmed in between :Montevideo practical evils of great magnitude, and a which has attached to us under the name ol cordially unite with the other members of the meet in State Convention at Nashville the

:: and the troops of Urqaizi, and at the last dates change, if it were practicable, might lead "to the Southern Rights party, it should take a Democratic! press in forwarding this desirable on
: ; terms for different What of 8th January next: to nominate delagates
was arranging surrendering, and others that wo know not of." name? that? Is that any
object. The Democratic: : in the East
l which it was: supposed would be acconplished reason why Soutbera Rights whigs should party are the National Convention which Is to does

I S S by himself aid staff receiving passports for Buenos The people, in their own good time, will remedy shrink back: and falter in their duty By no wide awake to the importance of the occasion, candidates for the Presidency and Vice Presi! "

, Ayres.and his troops to be made prisoners. the evil. The next Presidential election means. At our convention in Milledgeville we and are watching, with some interest, the dency. 1"e

. Oribe wished passports forall, but this was raI -: will place the Executive power in the hands of all,democrats and whigs,declared: among other movements of their wily opponents, whose only eci
fused. It was reported that Oribe had thing belief that Bank of the
our a

those who will reflect the popular sentiment hopo consists in dissention in NAVAL nFSIG
sowing their : ATIo We understand that
i -I' S on board the ship Swede,and that his troops States, Tariff which favored one section at :
, ; had been taken prisoners. and we shall not, probably, soon again witness the expense another.. Internal Improvementsby ranks, by playing off some of their old tricks.I Commander Matti&on, for some time past sta-

t ; -5---- the anomaly, in a free country, ota Government the general government, not strictly national Let a time and place be agreed upon for hold- tioned ourNavy Yard, has resigned his commission ::1Jj

: MR WEBSTER.-In regard totherumored intended ruling against the will of the people. arc unconstitutional. The writer of this ing the State Convention,and district meetingswill the in the Navy. lIe had been ordered lr

1, I resignation of Hon. Daniel Webster, the article, formerly a whig as a member of that Navy Department to prepare the sloop-of- JjlC
. t Washington correspondent of the Journal of Convention, meant in good faith, just ,exactly be promptly convtncd to elect Delegates. war Portsmouth. and take command of hr,
: Commerce INDIANS. what there declared. and join the Pacific squadron but he preferred
I says: we Many of the Southern Democratic C nvrntlens.Itisnotalittlegratifyingtoob&ervethcsteps. ;
t1, I Mr. Webster has undoubtedly intended for A meeting of the citizens Jackson county Rights whigs formerly believed that Con- A resignation of his commission to active jer
was held in Marianna on the 21st ulst. to gress had constitutional to charter service upon so long a craist.Boston Trav. jeki
some months to retire from office, and his resignation con. power a now beitg taken in the seTprn1 Southern States:
t t at this time, may be peremptory.- sider the subject of removing the Indians from Bank of the United States. We believed that preparatory to the approaching Presidential

.. S When any other State besides Massachusetts Florida. it; was: :: necessary and proper as a fiscal agent, struggle.: Georgia, the empire State of the the The Louisville Journal of the 12th ind.g inI t1a

shall nominate! Mr. Webster, and a nomination The Preamble to collect, transfer and disburse the funds of Soutb,having re. rgmizt'd: her democratic phalanx I following account.of a "scene" on the Western -
fallowing and
I is expected both in Vermont Resolutionswere the coTcrnment. has issued call I waters:- (
and in New York.. a for a grand {Council
.; r i I.. Mr.Webster will certainly resign. adopted: Tho United States Bank had apparently with a view to the appointment delegates to l\ondaYlVening,the steamers Lady Pike and :J:

e',r t Whereas the patience and forbearance of worked well, and there were times, during the represent her interest in the National Convene ;Mary Stephens, coming down met at dfcCol <

, i A funny story Is told of the Queen Mother the people of Florida, under the residence of intervals of their non-existence, when the tion to meet in the Spring at Baltimore. Mississippi -' lum's Ripple, about five miles below CicinD ch:
.- of the Indians in this State in country was in a state of great monetary em- and Tennessee! have ti, the Lady Pike little ahead
epain, which, if true, demonstrates that contravention of barrassment.In already arrangedthe uein; a 01 .tAe <
j women sometimes can excel even in shrewdness solemn stipulations by treaty that they would the 8th preliminaries and agreed upon the day Mary: Stephens. The. channel is very narrow, bC
S the 'lords of the creation' themselves. itS remove,, added to repeated outrages committed constitution section of the 1st article of the when their Conventions shall assemble and as and as the latter came up, the two boats leek :

is said that when Bravo Murillo\ the present by them, inmassacreing at midnight defence will be found the enumeration it were with a projhetic forecast they have ed ut the bow, a flat boat being immediate it

- ;: Spanish Prime Minister, was Minister of Finance less men, women and children, burning their powers authorizes granted to Congress. Not one of them fallen upon a day brilliant in the annals of the stern of the two boats, which would hue fol
I': under Names he homes and devastating the establishment of a National American history-a day been, crushed had
. is agreed with Christina country, crimes Bank. But especially dear to they come together. Cap
. the Queen Mother, to have the 3J4 per cent never as yet fully atoned for,-have been en- the enumeration we fiud this clause at the close of Tennesss.ee, the glorious Sth of Janurary for tain, Fuller snapped a pistol twice at the piM
t debt extinguished. She accordingly set 1.er tirely misplaced, have indeed subjected our of the delegated powers"Congress :- it was her own great son whose genius hal- of the Mary Stephens, and then fired at hili!

i brokers in London and Paris at work to buy people to reproach: and injurious taunts as to which shall shall be have power to make all laws lowed it. Virginia North.Carolina, Alabama, with a rifle seven.1 times without effect. Tl"

up (hat debt, which was then worth only 48 or our inability to compel their removal, whilst into execution necessary and proper for carry Louisiana, &c.,are also girding on their armor, fire was returned from the Stephens. FinalljI

I 50 per cent, and with such success that she the determination of these savages not to go, all lug other the foregoing powers, and and will soon be ready to take their position n A Stephens stopped her engines, as there wt& lec
I j soon became the owner of over four-fifths of loudly and confidently proclaimed by them the powers vested by this constitution: in in line with their sister States' Florida perhaps great danger of the loss of the fiat boat,had (

LUji. the entire loan. Meanwhile\ Brayo Murillo\ in terms as well of insult as defiance. And department:government officer of the United"States, or in any the only Southern State (after excluding the two boats remAined together longer, and ti(

quarrelled withNarvaez endleft the Ministry, whereas: their continuance: in this State is Under or thereof South Carolina,)in which a public expression the Pike went ahead.:

S' .:. to the great alarm of Christina. She, however wholly incompatible with the welfare,. peace this of clause many whigs justified the tending to the same point has not yet. been The steamer Mary Stephens :arrived, las* IC
; ,at once set about ousting Narvaex., who was and security of tho inhabitants residing near chartering a National Bank, believing it was given. But the period is rapidly approaching night,and her officers give different versio.

-S then almost omnipotent, and finally accomplished them, who are kept in a constant state of apprehension ble necessary the and proper, as no fiscal ngent,to ena when we shall be called upon, to move. We of the affray. They state,'that the, two bO tI ILtL

it. Then on recommendation Bravo and alarm, and in peril of their in referenco general to the,:government to perform its duty cannot, if we would, be separated! from our left Cincinnati together the Lady Pike takioj tLPI

g Murillo wu made Prime Minister and Min pt'operty.and lives. And whereas, the State al funds. management of the Nation brethren in other States, whose interests are the lead. When' near :McCollam's Ripple the

S ister of Finance, and of course resumed the has sustained great loss and will continue to Bat identical with our own,and whose course must Mary Stephens came alongside and paSS1 Ot
' wo have was
: plan his protectress was so dreply interested sustain permanent. injury by being deprived dent Treasury seen that the present Indepen be our course. Happily for: us, there 0 have her when the Captain of the L dy P. fired set '"
in. The loan is now paid. off and of a large portion of her system has worked well during been
'", Christina territory of immense of no distracting: questions upon which the cral shots at the pilot of the .
.- ."t clean on it; S7,600OOO-not a bad speculation. value, which'mif.ht improved ,by a thriving years peace, and several years of an expensive people of our State have been' called'to Stephens.The Uo
: We doubt whether the great Rothschild himself population: increasing her war. S nounce pro !
wealth' judgement
through the
developing ballot box '
: The
S, even when in the Zenith of his career, her resources, and adding to her strength and necessity for a National Bank: is, there. I in Georgia,Alabama and as New York' "National Dfmocrnt'i'S3yl Ct
Mississippi to result
culd.have schemed more systematically.PfsmccTivs position:among her sister States: : fore, clearly disproved. Hence when 'we look in heart-burnings, divisions. that" there are now in that city-no less than fife- 11,

r '1. Be it therefore Resolved, That the ; into the enumeration ofpo\Ycrsgnntcd to Con- UcDonald nor Poote Davis NoCobb.tior; sewing ma'chlncs',driven by steam pO1'ewhlch't ,
nor Tj
e and occupancy ,press: and see how weak the : canvass rn out of paott
which an enormous number
j possession of the support ed State ,
country be immediately our those '
ms in NASHVILLE..t..Qii the they afford for a National Bank arraying of the same poitical each day 'beside of
and fine
I .taken by the, Statq authorities see It de. faith In coats and other articles
I morning the 25th;afire brake out in the and a moustrated that such opposition 'to each other.- '
S direct' efficient jurisdiction exerciicd on institution is not necessary While we have not been apparel. Ouq girl with .the aid i of machinerycan "
1 Grocery store of Mr., so as indifferent '
to enable
Bertrandt College st to make immediate Congress to into turn out much 1*
location as as six
of carry execution the girj ;
lands for the to. struggles elsewhere
which communicated with Mr. Noel's.Rev. use a single and have each had with the of 11e
A. one of those
.f the needle used
State;and for the powers, we are our by hand. The profits ,
of ,sympathies
L P. Green7*, each of which were consumed and settlers orced to the conclusion,'that its establishment our hopes.enlisted! in behalf this machine labor ,but nis.&h'
are enormous
occupants. of the ;
one or other
S j of the rival Ii.
by Congress would bi
I ,
; I qncouUtatloBi S wo have not suffered these emotions to proceed the gala who' *, owns, the macbipe S who rwlU 1

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I The-Pampero:- S :s States va Sheldon, 4 Wheaton', 1W, where the *.>In Justl e's Courts \'...-. .... t of' J '"
: Notice to
--:- Pasgengem ? W.STORi!e
Defendsntwa; charged having I '
with carried to First District .
of Alachua
1 Orft'l.drare The Tfexv*. County. :From Savanna! to, Falatfea
1 Sr. At'cusTixc Dec.' 1 1S1.t the enemy a quantity fat beef cattle, andwhich Smith A O'Bri.n', .FTa EOULTJER CO. .
. it Daricn Brksnit1t; St. Marys,Jack tout Ult.Elack R. & ,
theA1 hearing in the case of the United which appeared were driven on fool,and in John H. Ltwia vs. and wife.Attachment. Creek, and r Qlata. AT THK StRE.FOElEP.LYCCVpXiD'BY' :

:. ag3mst the steamer Pampero for her the Supreme Court 'held, that .driving .. To ]leare Thursday,,2nd! October, at 4 T. HOLMES & CO.; .

:1 EWes ia LPez's operations against I cattle on foot was not a transportation of them Bam sworn to, $50 00. ,Bond filed for $100 00 o'clock! P.,Al. mIlE UNDERSIGNED" hate. opened, tt the

Tdrticlpati the libel filed under the act providing a penalty for transporting THE Defendants and all others interested *r; BATES stand of T. 0. Holmes .t Co.. a new,
on to day, upon by OFBEDVCED..
Came andwell-celected assortment of
Cabx supplies in "a boat vessel : notified of the commencement of thiisuit large,
Government against: her under tho neu- waggon by Attachment returnable Justice's courtto THE FANCY
the f to a fr":5.: new and, superior fast STAPLES DRY, AND GOODS,
sleigh ist.
:14 act of ISIS. The testimoay in the be held at NewnanavDIe, in the county of steam packet MAGNOLIA, P.i .- READY-MADE CLOTHING, HARDWARE
tralitf The counsel for the defence Alachna, on the second Thursday in Decembernext ""k' '"
further McNELxr
urged i master, will leave ai AND CUTLERY SAD
weeks since and .
cstablisbed -
taken some : and they arc hereby and I
to above
. 'CSuse was that: the evidence did not show that there appear and continue to leave every THURSDAY. DLERY STATIONERY S
.. the fact that she took Lopez and about were plead to the same. Returning,will leave Palatka every Saturday morning BOOTS AND
any disloyal inhabitants on the Island of Cuba Given under my hand and seal, this 17th day of at 8 o clock and leave. Jacksonville sam : SHOES,
evening -
h landed them on the Island: of Cuba. HATS AND
500 men and' : November A. D.. 1851.TDOMAS. at 9 o'clock. ,
in whose service said vessel
thence went to Jacksonvillewhere, she was to be or could J. PREVATT [u.] }or freight or passage, having splendid acrommodatiocj TOGETHER WITH
. WJ and :arms on board and went to Thun. .have been employed ; Nov 29. 3m Justice of the Peace. state rooms. Ac. apply on board or to I CROCKERY AND GLASS-WARE, FUflNI- ,
That an intent is a purpose towards object BISBEE i CO., ;
i. debolt, near Savannah: :and received further Valuable Plantation for Sale. Agents at Jacksonville, or IN snORT, '
and her in being; M. \. COHEN Aengt at Savannah. Every thing to suit tho market.
::1. of men, on return to Nassau & The .
.jjjtions 3j undersigned offers for sale his valuJk
That the law n:7Freight: payable by shippws.
: Inlet YSS met by the news of Lopez's defeat, never presumes an impossibility able tract of land lying upon Big Black Oct. 4, 1851. tf Which will be sold upon as reasonable 'terms as
; Creek in the they can be afforded for in tho Southern ('oentry.
the St. Johns River where she county of Duval: ,containing about
11 ADd run Customers would do well to call and examine for
b. That there was really no revolution or revolutionary eight hundred :acres, through which Little themselves, before making their purchases else a
From Jacksonville
yU seiie. Black Creek runs to and empties into Big ,
movements among the inhabitants ef where. R. BOULTER t CO. .
: This libel against the Pampero is framedte the Island of Cuba Slack Creek. There are :about fifty acres of For Enterprise and Ittellonrille. Jacksonville, Oct.25, 1851. tf

'Jer the 3J section of the act of ISIS, which ; cleared and improved land, and about seven THE Steamer SARAH
te That if the Court is bound to take notice of hundred and fifty acres of first quality Hammock
1d follows : J&t SPALDING, having been newly E. L. HARRISON & CO.,
the public events and history of the world, it land, Swamp land, and Pine l3.nJ-, fitted up, will resume her regular .
: "Sec. 3. And be it further enacflid, That if is bound to take notice that: there really was the Swamp land containing large quantities: of rips for the above places on Monday the 26th lust., OH Bay ttrett, fronting Jwitl, iiildingt,

i anyperon ball, within the limits of the Uni- the very best materials for cypress shingles.The touching at all the intermediate landings, and will JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

1l. tel State, fit out and arm, or attempt to fit no people struggling; or any revolution goingon buildings upon said tract of land consistof continue punctually to leave every Monday morn-

oat and :arm, or procure to be fitted out and in the Island of Gobi, and the simple statement a dwelling house, smoke house, kitchen. negro leg at 9 o'clock connecting with tho U. S. Mail THE Subscribers respectfully inform their frfonds
tt be concerned in the steamers to and from Savansab. For freight engagements acquaintances that they have established\ ..
shill knowingly of officer of houses &c., &c. There are also two good
; traivl or an Lopez's expedition to ,
b : hoard themselves in the mercantile business in this ,
; pnCIt/p./!: applv on or to rlace
rid jrnisVin: ?, fitting out or arming of any ship person he wished to enlist, that there was such wells of excellent water.; The situation is high FERNANDEZ. BISBEE & CO., Agent and are now receiving and opening at the store!
cr vessel with intent that such ship or vessel and healthy: :and, lying immediately upon Big Jacksonville, Aug. 23! 1851.ENTERPRIZE. 6ui above named a full assortmentconsisting; of Dry
ut shall bi employed! in the service of any foreign a revolution progressing, does not establishthe Black Creek up which steamboats: run four Goods, Fancy Articles, Groceries, Hard Ware,

a wince or state or of any colony, district or fact. There were, in fact, no Cubans times a week and return, it possesses every Boots, Shoes, flats Caps, Bonnets,
he prrplf', to cruise or commit hostilities against war with their Government. The individuals: desirable icily for transportation. There is HOUSE, every variety goods usually kept in Dry Goods \

the subjects, citizens or property of any foreign also a Post Office at Carey's Ferry, about five Lake Monroe, East Florida.TmSubcriberrespectfully Store; which they offer for sale as cheap as they
it composing this expedition were going as be purchased at market in tSe Southern
says can any
wince or state: ,or of any colony, district or peo- miles above, on said Creek ; and good roads in

'S:, pie with whom the United States are :at peaoc, Col. Titus, to free the Cubans! a people who and around the immediate section of country. : informs the country.Their entire stock having been selected by one .

ct orsliill hsue or deliver a commissionvithin had not the courage to strike for themselves.Ths The country around is well :adapted to grazing .lif::L .public in general that this house will be of the firm with much care and attention, and witha

"d,.t the territory or jurisdiction of the United shows that their intent was not to aid in n cattle and rising hogs, the range: being excel- opened fur the reception of company by the 10th view particularly to this market they flatter
te, states for any ship or vessel to t h.intent that lent. I will sell the said trace of land upon day October,and intends to give the business his themselves that they will be enabled to give entire .
D be employed as af ores: 'lid, every per. revolution progressing, but to get one up ; reasonable terms, and will make perfect titles strict personal attention. His table will be furnished satisfaction to all who may favor them with their .

ier gie msy cffen Jing shall be Jeemed guilty of a That the only law which can bear upon this to the same. DAVIS FLOYD. with the best the country aCbrds, and no trouble patronageboth as to tho prices and quality of their
en Ian so or expense! will be spared to make all comforta poods. They will be constantly receiving such ad-
.1 hall be fined not more case is the 6th section November 29 1851.:
'1. ira"misdemeanor! ,an : of the act of ISIS,which blo who may call on him. litions to their stock as the state of the market

c thn ten thousand dollars and imprisoned not provides : The mild and genial climate of South Florida may require and respeetfullysohicit; a share of tho

: more than three ye:ira : cni ertry tuch ship ortasel That if Burial Notice. presents many advantages to the invalids in pursuit patronage of their friends and acquaintances.
'r tacVe and to. any person shall within the terri o- PERSONS forbidden from in- of health, and been made in New York
nith her apparel furniture! ALL are hereby no part Florida presents a Arrangements having ,
:It ffl\fr m'h all ..rztcruiLs5arns, amnunition and ry jurisdiction of the United States begin or any more corrpses in tho burial ground more pleasant and agreeable retreat, than the bore orders can be supplied at tho shortest possible no I
'It ir'ttc'i! Jniv war* leer procured for the bmldit set on foot or provide or prepare" the means on the hill near the Episcopal Church in the town ders of Lake Monroe. Persons fond of fishing and tice. E. L. HARRISON.

:it foTt thereof shalt: forfeited; one' for any military expedition; or enterprise, to of Jacksonville, as the same is my private property, hunting, will have every opportunity of enjoying J. P. SANDERSON.E .
i.az an Ir'iu'pmnt be carried been to else for themselves, as the woods abound octlS tfCO.
from thence against the territory or and has never conveyed any one with game, and pt.llS5l. -
the oth'T
Ia'f to ZIL' 'IS' of the informer-, and half t dominions of any foreign prince or state, or of ho use of the public. All farther tre!'pa!!'es on tin streams with f sh.

tttfi' me of the United Stall's.-U.S. Statutes any colony, district or people with whom the said lot will be resisted as I am determined no loner ARTHUR GINN, Proprietor. D. \'I'CUE .,
vol. 3 4IS.e I have appropriated by others Oct.4, 1851. 6m
:at Large: page United to my property
t1 States are at peace, every person so with impunity. MARIA DOGOETT. SAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA.,

The cause was argued by Gco. W. Call.: Esq., } offending shall deemed guilty of a high misdemeanor Nov. 22, 1851. Cm respectfully inform their customers I

Uuited Stoltesttorney, on behalf the GovermieLt 1 I : and e-lnll be fined not exceeding BOARDING.THE WOULD the public generally, that their FALL I

. Putnam and three thousand: dollars and imprisoned not Notice. i bc+ SUBSCRIBER is prepared to accommodate STOCK OF GOODS have arrived, anJ aro nou-
; : and by Mes-rs.': B. A. t tMcQueen I thin three ready for the inspection cf those wuhics to parchasa .
more Yl'\rsP-U.: [ S. Statutes at CIX WEEKS from date I shall apply to the Hon- I a number of Baordcra, at his
i. McIntosh: on behalf ef Mr. Scgur ofS"rOrle".ns. Large; vol. 5.: page 449. orablo Judge Probates of Alachua county, recently erected residence in the Northwest part of Good Articles ct Lox PTi!:. S

ere thecUimintSir That: the claimant hid established that this Florida for Letters Administration on the estate the town, the location of which if known to be Their stock consists in part, of Dry Goods, ot ar*
1tL. the refer- of William S. Standley, late of said Countv.. docei..cd. highly favorable to health and comfort from its elevation. most every by
; Call cnmTcscel argument case does not fall within the provisions of the ISAIAH FLOYD. The HOUSE is just completed the sleeping fresh family Groceries, Hardware.TIn ware, Wooden .

s: tnce to( ths law under which the libel was fran -4 Cth :section! of the act of 1818, before recited. Newnansville, Fla, Nov. 29,1851. 6w and other apartments being spacious and well ware, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, of tho
finished; all plastered.. Ladies Bonnets and a variety cf serviceable I
'J. 1 contend that: tho evidence brought latest styles.
n an To be continued
( ) On the 13
Notice to Creditors. premises a good and spacious Bathing and fancy article, which cannot foil to
-In. th'scass: within the provisions of the, statute; PERSONS having demands:: against the I House where those wishing its advantages, may suit the most varied tastes of tho vain ass: who

:: That the law (lid necessarily refcrto armed .MARRIED Washington, on the 18th inst, ALL Rebecca E. Read, late of Duval : enjoy them furniture with of every the convenience.The House i3 are especially invited to call.ALSO.
ho vessels alone but to any vessel fitted oat with Dr.DEltx.\RD)1. BVK\E, U Army, to Mia LouISA County, deceased, are hereby notified to present !' being just received from New York. entirely new, ,

au intent to commit hostilities! against a friend- daughter of CoL J J Abort, Topographical: En- them to the undersigned within two years Arrangements have been made to supply the table A select assortment of Saddle Bridle, ilartingails -

:th gncer* U S Army. Yom the date of this notice, or they will be with ample and excellent fore and good servants ,Collars,icl; Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrella,
n. lyfower; I forever barred by the statute in such case mad have been employed to attend to the comfort and all that ia usually! found la any store in this:
a That the evidence in this case showed such and provided. of guest. country. the half of which would be"loo narserossto
I shall spare no pains to render my House in all mention."
: an intent, and measures in furtherance of such The Northern Mail arrives between tho hours of MALCOM McG.BREADALBANE, respect pleasant to those who make it their home, Their stock having been wlccted by one cf the

latent : 10 A. )[., and 4: P. M., on Sundays and \Tednes Administrator. and respectfully invite a call from citizens who wish firm, and one well acquainted with the wants of S
Sept. 13,1851.: 3m board the people of this section, they only g S
who ay17
permanent strangers sojourn in
500) may
.ae Orleans with
Tint she left New near day, and will bi closed hereafter on Monday and AND
in J
our hospitable clime daring the winter months. ;E
: men, commanded by Gen. Lopez, whose avowednl Thursday night at 9 o'clock. Eastern Circuit of Florida. W. D. WARD.. being; fully assured that none will go; away uasraited -

notorious oVject was: to commit hostilitiessninst The Southern and Western Mails are due on Jacksonville, Oct. 11,1851. tf. either as to the quality of tiie good* or the pri I
CIRCUIT COURT for DUVAL COUNTY.In anked for them. '
o the Queen of Spain's Government in Tuesday and Friday mornings by 1 o'clock. Ch:1.aerrr-Blll .1 Cvaplalnt. A CAHI N.B.-All klndi of Country Produte taken in
The Southern Mail (by Steamboat) will be closed exchange for goods, at the iiatreit market prices.

:Jr.t 1 Cuba; I hereafter at 11 o'clock, A. M., and the Western Francis Gaines, MTIIE SUBSCRIBER having leased the Again, CALL AID SKE. We charge nothing far
That these men were armed and under a mil- vs. : house formerly kept by Mr. showing good
' by Stage) at 3 o'clock, P. M., on Sundays and Samuel Turner and Jane P. Turner,his wife. our
: itaay organization with officers! lolling mill.try John Clark! takes this melhod informing the citizens D. il'CUEN i CO. .
; ,
Wednesdays. IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court Hon. of Jacksonville vicinity, that he is now : Oct 18, 1851. c
ranks and titles ; H7" The Post OEce will be open on Sunday only Thomas Douglas, Judge: presiding, that said ready to serve refreshments at any hour of the day -5
That her destiraticn: was the Island of Cuba: ; one HOUR after the arrival and assorting of the Defendant reside out of said State motion of C. from 7 o'clock in the morning until 10 at night; he I In the Circuit Court:
and P. Cooper, Esq., Solicitor for Complainant can furnish Lunch at the shortest notice, viz : Cold .
That she procecdel directly Northern Mail.October It is Ordered, That publication of th. filing of Ham, Beef Tongue. Pigs feet Tripe, Shrymps, Sardines DUl'AL COUNTYIN CHANCERY.

r ht'led Gen. Lopez and his forces ; 1st, 1851. said Bill of Complaint bo made in some newspaper Fish, .\e.; ho has had Liquors and Wines selected Archibald H. Cole, Complainant, and )
the composing printed in said Circuit for the time prescribed by by good jddges in New York and paid the Francis Richard and John S. ammis, >
111. Thit the of -------
object persons the statute in such cases made and prov'ded. highest prices for them, and has, he thinks, Wines Defendant )
sa this: erpedition' was to participate in a strueglc 8arine ouriiaI. It ttfurt/irr ordered, That said Defendants be, and Liquors of the first quality; also Porter and Ale. rin to the Court upon aSIdavit that

tI, i going on cr about to tako place", and to fight --5 5 and th.v are hereby required,to appear and answer Gentlemen will please call and judge for themselves; ITppe Richard.'one of the, said Ddindacts,
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE DEC. 6. said Bill Complaint within four months from the and speak of me as they find me. No pain* will be I reside within the Stato of Florida but without the
qa: in concert with those who were in. opposition date of this publication, or the same shall bo taken spared to pltas fill who may favor S me with a call.TYLER. : limits of tho Eastern Judicial Cironlt: On motion S
. -===::..----- ------ confessed against them. S. S. i
to the Government as of McQueen McIntosh, Solicitor for Complainant
; The U.S. MiilSteamer 8t.;\htthews arrivesat Witness, the Hon.Thos.Douglas, Judge, &e. Jacksonville, Oct. 11. 1851. t It it orlared, That the said Francis Richard do
of the libel is fully sustained -
:allegation -5--
JacksonvIlle Sen from Savannah appear and plead, answer or demur to ;al>l :Bill
'u that she was fitted out to go the Island and leaves every lay morning.u. : State of Florida, County of DII +l: Boarding at Mandarin. within two months from the date of this Order, or

&t. invi every Tuesday I hereby certify that the above order is a true and said Bill will be token aa confessed against him.
of\ Cuba in the service of disloyal -
s. :Mail Steamer Wm.Gaston-arrives every correct copy of an order on file in my office this hTUE SUBSCRIBERS would inform tW It ts als ordered That tho foregoing order be

b. laVitints of that Island, and that it ia also in Wednesday, from Savannah, and leaves 20th November. 1851. I. V. GARNIE, .. Jt.public that they have taken the] 'Well known published in one ofthe public gazettes in said cr-.

proof thit such was the intent when she came every Friday morning. Clerk Circuit Court Duval 4a eounty. BOARDING HOUSE at Mandarin, Duval county, suit once a week for TUOS.two month"DOUGLAS, JadW.I .

::11. ta Jacksonville and when she left there Steamer Magnolia :arrives from Savannah on Nov. 22. Florida formerly kept by Mr. C.Read and that

Friday and leaves Saturday evening. they are prepared to accommodate comfortably all V. GAUMK, Clerk of the Circuit -
13. that the vessel's ISADOBE
That it was .'so in proof Administration Notice. who may wish board, by the month or otherwise. '
of Dun County, Eastern Circuit of Florida
Steamer Welnka arrives on Saturday: from Court
her '
to papers, and cnly papers produced by was Savannah and leaves: Sunday evening. PERSONS interested are hereby notified Charges PETTY A ACOSTA. do hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct
he paper purporting to Is a clearance, signed six months from the date hereof I shall Nov. :2 1851. 3m COPY of the original order on file in my ofnce. '
Steamer Sarah leaves for Lake ,
to Spalding present my account of my administration of the tt- J. V. GARNIE. Clerk.
ircio Lopez ; Munroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday. tate of Henry Hartley, deceased, to the Honorable Aegust 23i 18510 2m
is.e That it WiS.1t!\) in evidence that Gen. Lopez Judge of Probate of Duval county, and ask for a New Boarding House

'5i. not as captain: bnt as an officer above the Taten from the Records of ths Custom House. final settlement with the same, and discharge from Great Bargains I .
my administration thereofLSIJSANNAII ;.a TilE SUBSCRIBER respectfully in- '
control over the vessel ; Nov 27-Briz Kossuth, Allen, N Y. August 9, 1851. 6m opened his new house at the corner Monroe and TOE exclusively to his profession offers
at: Deo 2-Brig Sarah Peter King, NY. Ocean Streets, for the reception: of boarders. He for ute on accommodating hlg lands and
controlled ,
That the ,
vessel ws.s 4-Bri Georgians, Gilbert. Charleston
ta- Notice. will receive boarders on reasonable terms, and use lots the town ot Jacksonville with all
itimilarrainner by Col. Titus, after she left Sen BA Tuft, Piney, N Y.5Sek every exertion to make them comfortable. :adjoining ,
Joseph Marsh, Rogers, N Y. MONTHS after date, I will present to A. COY. improvements* There are on these lands S

bT. JicVsonville ; Cleared. SIX the Honorable Judge of Probate for Columbia Jacksonville, Nov. 15, 1851. tf, two strong Chalybeate Spring?, whichyield a,
That evidence that the Pampers and vouchers as copiouideposite of hydrated peroxide of iron
; it was also in Nov 28-Sch Ontario Simonton. Porto Rico. county, ay accounts
rs commitled aggressive acts towards the subjects 27-Brig Rainbow,Stackpole. Cardenas. Administrator on the Eatate: of Samuel: Hinson, Florida House For Rent. They ,are assimilated: in their medicinal properties

' 29-:Sch Mohawk Johnson, Boston. late of said county deceased ; for which all THE above well known HOTEL,situated to the righton and Turnbridge{>rings.
the of by .
and of Queen Spain
1'8 property and the B alston and Bedford '
Dee -Brig Gntemburjr. Hill N Y. persons conceined :are hereby requested to If1ii in tho city ofSt. Augustine, being ia England springs _
"*quiring Spanish vessel to come to, and ta- Sch Guseva Nicold. N Y.4.Sch this ,AUo spring of the coolest
a take notice,:as Isball ask to be discharged from perfect order, is for rent for one or more o country.
king out and detaining on boarJ the Pampero Forrest, Small,N Y. the further administration: of said estate. years,with without the furniture. common water to be found in this section of"

:: :he captain and mate of the Spanish vessel, to --- \Y ROUSSEAU, Adm'r. June 14, 1851. tf A. H. COLX.Administrator's country;; brick yard with one orIlaU'"patient

Calvin Oak Little River, Aug. 16, 1851. 6m machines ready for operation-the only one ia
let as pilots! in effecting a landing, -. .S Notice. this vicinity,where the demand foi bricks ia.

a& Th1t the subs uent proceedings of the fortes GUNSMITH AND MACHINIST S :Notice. MONTHS AFTER DATE; we will great and rapidly'increisinA1soJ a.framed

01- under Lopez form a part of the peneral HAS permanently E. P. Ho located is prepared himself to do at all Jackson work in MONTHS after date, we the undersigned SIX present our accounts and Touchers to'thtIon. I kitchen, st"bleacd efitled carriage for house twelve, and two-'

t;: history cf the country.. of which the Court is the GW1.mlth line, both in repairing and manufac SIX Administrators on the Estate of [ Judge! of Probate for Columbia: county, story dwelling nou number of rooms,.
koanl to take notice also of the fact that turing. lIe has a new process of RIFLEINO, MicajohDeen, late of Columbia county, deceased Florida.for a final settlement, and ask a discharge nearJycompleted.1'0&lots within
-as : buildingsites garden a mile ot
'It:, which far surpasses the usual method. Those will present our accounts :and vouchers from the further Administration of the, .
Cuba is of the Queen of Spain.Mr. them made to order. All machinery the Market house,unsurpassed by any in this
'1- a province wishing can have to the Honorable Judge of Probate for said Estate of Archibald Hogans, late of said conn*,
at andgunsmithing entrusted to his care will be discharged from the further administration deceased of which all interestedare Ticinity. "yporfu.rtherparticfllarslPl'17t0'
Call contended finally that the vessel 'He close county to ty persons
attention. by
hopes application _
receive prompt for which all tnk6notico. ;
said Estate desired to
of ; per- : ..
!these causes wad forfeited under the act of to business to merit a share public pat- -JOS..B&KEB.
p. heirs legatees or interested S Z. DOGANS Adn'r.J. 5 '
persons ,
:ot 1S18. <. ronage.Jacksonville, December S 6, 1851. tf -persons:ar hereby requested to take notice. ROBERTS, Adm'x. Jacksonville,, Sept 6,1831.; tt ::4:; ;

IB Messrs. Mclutoth and Putnam: 4or. the de RHODA CORINTH, Aligator: Fix, l.by17, 1S51.) CmExecutor's .'-TflIS-SIDE' UP -
11 .dtlrci istTat:.
u. Reviewed the history! of the various acts of E'ICO' JUGE' HOME TALENT AND WDCSTKY Hirer 6m ,J; MCSl '91M'AHOH'K s av ( mjuoqlr
Little Aug. 16,1851.
l Congress p:1ssed0 preserve our neutral relations NOTICE from date rshall to the Hon. H :It'S I
Tile Illustrated: Family apply.. Cq'iord ipjnis[ i\s pps .
1 commencing with the act of 1794 and Administration otice. Judge of Probate of Duval eounty, for a final discharge .1 S S S
published at Colom.A .
.4 new and elegant paper, from tho Administration of the Estate c iSIcflYII'UaIt ,.xiians
st acts of 1797, ISOO, and J817, and argued, from bin, South CarolinA; and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That! four Matthew II. Philips, late of said! county of Duval, ., pUG :'I1I11LLZUILi : 1U13OUD 'NUOailnizo' .
BY S. .GOPMAN. the Hon.
J11 reference to the event then occurring, that EDITED and from date, Twill apply to deceased. ALBERT G. PHILIPS, pu! ''L'lDICr '!!JN JjEl ..SL.JcT S
examination challenges comparisonwith Nassau for leave .
solicits Judge Probate county, 23, 1851. ;6m 'Executor.Administrator's "
tJ Ue sale object of all these, acts was
privateers and armed Vessels from being fitted i is a,large sheet,contain, magnificently Original,Talcs printed, Sketches upon, longing to the estate of William Hickman, de : Notice. "..c' .tW1" lmnb' 1S3Q svq 001

I out it to cruise agauut.any country eplendid paper and whateverelse ceased. HELEN IIICKMAN. Adm'x., '.amJ'ru01 'q.r1r;:)<1'IIa.u q 001 '
::1' our ports : News, Poetry, Agricultural Articles, MONTHS after date, 1 will'present nnr 11" '
community Oct.2! 1351. novl-4t SIX Estate of David -: !aad 1tJ,", 1nV1 SI JO.. H)
T, I *Ui whom ve, were at peace, and contended that will interest intelligent ; I as Administrator of the '
besides! four elegant'engravings each week.i Silcox, deceased the Hon.Judge of Probates for I -uvl1b. 1.'pni 'stflv 000'01 "O.00'09i
tUt it was a fair inference that the intention .rerw, ,2per annum;.address i Administrator's '!Yotice.I Dnval county, and ,ask for a. final settlement., !*ouQuausn ; anaflY1I

*?Congress was solely to act upon.,this class ol"sts 5k, GODMAN S & JJLYOSS, I : : jJwillSpresenfc! : allowance of the same, and of m.di chugoroB I : rqdog Sps { ,
fl .alone and Columbia,,South CarolinaFoinsett's ., of the Estate of the Administration said Estate. -. c.. SS -
' and applied to armed vessels the S S JAMES .!. EILCOXAdm'r.' '-.
( John T. Broer, deceased, to the Honorable ; '
Ti LIt those engaged in a mere transport'*er- : .Indian ,Loxecnst Judge Probatta for the County: of 'Dnval. and : August IS, 1851. : 6oa Old IronBrass and Copper Wanted?!. r.

tJ 'ice.at ia this instance; :f '- ask for a final settlement and allowance of the -, .J having old IronBrass: or Copper- S

ot That tbiis a penal statute, and that it is a boD1i1le'Dec 4tb, 85l.. same,and also for a discharge from the administraQOfttidwUtTnoWjDWITH. SS __ '. .'WorSaIrnflEtflESiflCBoftb. ., pERSONS:. they wish to'dUpeso,' wiIlfind;: -:: S

1' iii t4t Dr E rot eU-1: >nr Sir: Three parts eta bottle Adm'r... subscriber,near the sale for all they can'bringi at,the:FoifwDJKT S
es 1 ready .
settled rule of law that-penal } most valuable medicine'called Indian Lox : .' tar- .
: of vour X Episcopal Church Persons wishing a '
tU liberal
or .aould constrned stfictly aud should not be cost ha entirely relieved macf: a severe attack of SpF20':1'! : .. 6m gain are invited to-examins the premises. Titles JatboniIIe,5and.; ; k* 'receive:
J recommend yoarmed"IeU1eto prices for he'a\ame.. rf.!'' .
ebecjinUy S : ->
::1' tended by implcationbcyorul their; ,literal Diarrh those L.ejmilarly: afflicted. L'OR'SALE. at the NEJVS OFFICE, Blank Pnodand, possessiongiven Immediately.X J. 1L DANTJELT' GIOBOE !MOONEY Propictor.1b17. .

Ci. fc&itand and cited the decision'cf.theCourt \ .r' Drrdft. to mit the conveyance of Lots,Rouser tf -
scope, I Jack."OnT nIl tf ,_, S
I Withl'CfJeA"lpUl'S" 4'NribisL July 1. 1 Zf, ,
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f : : '. THE NEWS ': 'S S CARDS.ETttoB' BUSINESS. O AR'jisr.- (POINSETT'S'INDIAN. ... : /; :'):calfed and am INDIAN happy to LOXECUST.say that l :Botiles-t'procured of it it-..

t!f IS published erery SATURDAY, at LQXECUST.Ciironlo I[ ed all three otmy n''hoPlDgour*,

f'I '\ AUlfia dutCuntJ'ofDual, and ..Et, : : LAW NOTICE.: : uable 10 that Medicine all that may may become be afflicted generally with: this known di

I i BY CHARLES HUNTING OFFICE. .' '-THE MOST CERTAINAND BAFBREMEDY: ease may have a certain and safe remedy
i Charles P. ,
\ Cooper, .. FOR BBCURE'OF: Yours truly

L FELIX LIY1XGSTOX, Edlter.i from New York a supply of returned and relocated himself : Diarrhoea and Dysentery Pilot St. JohaiBlr

i HAVING will resume the practice of his Which hal ever been prtsenltd to tlle prJJlic. It To E. Poinsett, Esq. *
I TERMS : materials suitable for Job Printing profession throughout the Eastern Circuit of Florida itS DIM merits,and n td,nD P"fling.ttr .
i I TlIREI DOLLARS MR ASKCX, IS to execute, at the shortest no and in the Supremo Court of said State. stands upon JACKSONVILLE June,9th, i l
of ALSO, in the U.S.District Court for the Northern IT HAS NOT FAILED TO CURE IN A. Dear Sir: 'I have used your Indian Lox

: ; :-r: Advertisements will be inserted on circular, District of same, and will proecute'claims ho SINGLE INSTANCE..n1 in my family, and have found it a very yalntS.'

" in;: f rm : ., Hand Bills, foro the 18 Departments 1851. at Washington. Valuable preparation is compounded remedy for Diarrh a. I take great pleasant

Die dollar per square .rtwelveliuu Cards, Show Bills, Oct.-- tl THrs several medicinal roots growing: in, in recommending it to the public.
I '
the first insertion and 75 cents for Cards, Bills of Lading, the Wilds of Florida It *is *****and wOLLY : Respectfully J. E. TOWNSEND
I : : entlnsertion. Toyearly advertisers a fcc., fcc., &c. J. McHobert Baker, Vegetable, abd designed ESPECIALLY for the Egbert Poinsett,'Esq.JACKSONVILLE. '

: : Oll..t will bf made.j3Al for \cork of this kind,to be paid on ATTORNEY& UNSELLORATLA; cure of the above disease. The Inventor and June
June 14. that it an invaluable ,: 27, 1851.
advertisements mast be paid for JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. Proprietor is fully convinced Dear Sir: I am entirely relieved of

r sertion,unleI by a regular customer. By 8. Baker DI. D. WILL, practice in the Courts of tho Eastern Jo- Medicine. In fact the teat he resides that he plaint, thanks to you for your "INDIAN ny LOX e o1D-
Circuit, in the Supremo Court atJ"ackson'viJIe has given it in the town in ECUST it is the best I have
to )ar terms.the requisite sum may be PRACTITIONER which it has ever used for Uu
OF with
tho District
and in United States and the astonishing success and I feel in
I : and transmitted with the advertisement.j MIDWIFERY, AND SURGERY. Court for the Northern District of Florida met, warrants him in saying that it is a FUbi- disease, happy Yours recommending to
j marked with i efficient and reliable at Washington the the public. truly,
Advertisements not corner Market and Forsyth Having an agent He has therefore come to .
of insertions required will be continued opposite the Court-House. ho will prosecute claims against the United determination to place it within the reach of GEORGE COULTER.
States before Congress and the Departments at To E. Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE.
and charged for. Oct.lB, 1851. U Washington. all, knowing bow many suffer with this very

J'Five dollars will be charged for all Being permanently located at Jacksonville, ho unpleasant and often dangerous Disease,par- July 30, 1851.
me its candidates for office. Notice. will give his entire and unremitting attention to his I ticularly in the Southern and Western States. Dear Sir: I have tried your very valoabj
p.- profession, and all business entrusted to his care. I In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST be Medicine for.Diarrhoea and find it by far
One for Six Months, I, tie
square : t having formed a Co.
for tho PRACTICE Ho will also attend to any business as particular and look for my written signatureon the best and safest cure for this dangerous di,.
Notice to Debtors and Creditors, t OF
their professional services to the NOTARY PUBLIC fr COMMISSIONER the label. ease that I have ever known or heard of. My

l' Application for Letters o ( I and its vicinity.J. Appointed by tho Governors of the following I refer the public below to a few certificatesselected little daughter,aged about two years, had uf.

;' :U"All religious notices will be I S. MURDOCH, )t. D. !. States to take Testimony,Affidavits, and Acknowl from among many received from re- fered long and was reduced to almost a stele-

.. u ly. R. P. DANIEL, M. D. edgments to be used therein: spectable citizens of JAcksonviUe. tot and 1 tried part of a Bottle of yoar I5DI-:

[r.rr::: All admissable personal I ton directly House.North of the Buffing- Maine, North Carolina, Virginia, EGBERT POINSETT.P. AN LOXECUST and it has acted like a cnsra I,

j' $ charged as advertisements. 3m Vermont, South Carolina Mississippi, S. Planters should not be without this the child is n w improving and may be seen by

I 33* All bills for Job Printing,must be Ls. New York, Massachusetts, Geo-gia, valuable Medicine. Every family ought to by those who do not believe. RepectfullrA.Y.COLVIN., '
Delaware, Pennsylvania, Alabama,
de'irery: of the work. N. _Williams MarylandTCXAS. Nov 1-tf keenitonhttfld., '_ .
A.M.KE.EU Agent for JackSOn- To Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE .
J": All communications must be ,

1. the Editor, pottage paid. MERCHANT, Felix Livingston, ville. 1851.; E. Fla., M y 17, issi..
Jacksonville August 1y
''I FLA., ,
Dear Sir This
: may; certify to you that I
on hand and for sale a gen a negro girl suffering under a severe attack
t' Notice. eral assortment of JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Notice. Diarrhoea, and that the use of one bottle of
STEAM SAW-MILL FOR AND PROVISIONS, April 26. tf Directions for using Poinsett'S Indian Loxe-: preparation called Indian Loxecust effectually

; THE BEST SELECTIONS, oust will bo found on the inside of the wrapperon cured her, and I woild take this method of re

fllHE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale, lower for cash than they can bo each bottle. Where there is fever attend- commending as a very valuable Medicine.
1 BI Whit Smith & Iff. O'Brien
sonibletermshis, STE.AltI S.A elsewhere in the South. Yours JOHN
the disease should in truly, BRANTLY.
j ing a purgative every
AND MACHINERY atGarej'sF taken in exchange, at liberal
be used before the Loxecust. Should
I t val county, Florida. The Engine is prices. case ST. NICHOLAS, Fla., July 31, 1851.
power, 10 inch cylender feet stroke of Union and Forsyth streets, for ALLIGATOR, COLUMBIA COUNTY, EAST FLORIDA. there be a tendency to inflamatioii, purge mod. Dear Sir: This is to certify that two Bottles

't boilers, 24 feet long, 36 in. diameter Oct.occupied by Mr. Jas Armstrong. M. Whit Smith, Office at Alligator. erately and give the Loxecust smaller doses of your Medicine called INDIAN LOXECUaT

I .1 complete order, and ready for 25,1351.. -- '-ly-- M. O' rirn, Office at Newnansville.. than: the average dose. has permanensly cured two of our Negtcesof(

It has also Ii corn mill attached. The BL Lawton & Co. I May 31. 1851. tf a severe Diarrh a. I take pleasure in recommending I.
and Machinery will be so Id separate,if A FEW MORE OF THE MANY CERTIFI your valuable Medicine-as being

For terms, apply to me at Palatka, or COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CA.TES. without doubt one of the best and safest reme

agent, Jas. B. Cole. Wharf Charleston, S. C. DIcQueen mcIntosh, From Rev. I. Snar's.Jacksonville dies for this disease that I have heard or see 1.

A. II. WM. M. TAYLOR, ATTORNEY LAW, I Nov. 12, 1851. Yours truly,
Palatka Fla.,May\ 10, 1851. BACOT, JOSEPH T. DILL. \\TILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Mr. E.Poinsett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure In expressing w.o.McI TrRE.
to you my approbation of your Indian To E. Poiusett Esq.
YV ,
;I ; Notice. G Eastern Circuit; the United States Loxicust as afamily medicine. have used it with
,I District Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme good success. Yours, ropectfully, ]
SIX MONTHS after date, we the & Gunby, Court at Tallahassee ; and prosecute Claims for I. S\\ ART., 1.

signed, Administrators on the AND GENERAL citizens in any part of Florida against the GovernmEnt NEW STORE.New .
Micajoh Peen late -! From Rev. John C Ley. 1
of Oolumbia '.:
ceased, will present our accounts and MERCHANTS, at Washington either before Congressor I Ja'lso1lfillov.. 17, 1851. Goods at,"Low Prices.

to the Honorable Judge of Probate AND JEFFERSON STREETS, at the Departments. Mr. Poinett.--This will inform you that for several -
I have suffered much at different times 9111E SUBSCRIBER would respectfully i it-
ADDRESS Jartsoniifle
fjT:: East Florida. years
county, to be discharged from the GA. I. form the citizens ,
from Chronic Diarrhoea. I have tried your Indian Jacksonville and the
r :I' ministration' of said Estate ; for which I JOHN H. GUNBY. May 11, 1850, tf Loxccnst and received an entire relief, and have surrounding country, that he has just received JII

persons-heirs, legatees, or persons 6m no reason to doubt its being permanent. Believing DIRECT FROM '
t -are hereby requested to take notice. Oscar Hart it to be a duty which I owe to the afflicted, I present NEW YORK, c

RHODA & Webb, you this certificate, which you can use as you per schooner Teneriffe, a choice assortment o ti. a
.. WM. H. AND BUILDERS ATTORNEY AT LAW, think proper. I will also say, that in conversingwith
I t ) !' FLA. (Office in the Court House up stairs) mann, who have,used your medicine, I have Dry Groceries.' Hard.-L irai

-Little,River, Aug. 16, 1851., 6m inform their fellow-citi WILL practice in the several- Counties of not round ono who. did not receive JOHN reiier.C.LEY, Ware, Crockery, &c., &c.: aiII
-- --- -- and the surrounding Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend Pastor Methodist Church,Jacksonville. which he offers for sale at the lowest
J Administration Notice. are prepared to execute work ; to the collection claims against the U. prices I,
, j
branches of their States MANDARIN, FLA., Oct. I, 1851. FOR CASH OR COUNThY PRODUCE eI
profession with for Services and
PERSONS Military Horses lost ,
I interested arc hereby Dear Sir-Some timo
ALL since I was visit
on a
f E six months from the date hereof) I h, and habits are determined not to be ,through or other property lost ordestroyed by troops in place, and was suddenly taken very sick.- at the store formerly occupied by Mr. E.L.
r present my account of my administration of in the surpassed said service Your Indian Loxecust was recommended. Tho Harrison, Bay street. Particular attention ii
. tate of Henry Hartley deceased to the country. Alsoclaims for Pensions disabled Soldiers, friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle called to his large and elegant assortment of
0 I t' Judge Probate of Duval county, and ask BLINDS, AND DOORS or the Widows and Orphans of deceasedSoldiers ofit in the house, and I used it, and take pleasure Ladle 8Em
: final settlement with the same, and discharge. enlarged branches of building, Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and in informing you that it cured me. lam averse to Bonnets,
my thereof 1H'u's'j' attention. Terms as accom soldiers and the Widows and Orphans of deed having my name in print, but still, for the benefit of the latest and most approved style and i a-
I SUSANNAH HARTLEY, and all orders will bo punctu. officers and soldiers. of those that may be afflicted, you can publish this ish. Also, to his bcautitul stock of IJm
!k0 August 9,1851. 6m A share of the public patronage if yon think it .
'. f Nov. 1.-ly Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, with respect GENTLEMEN'S HATS, READY-MADE

Notice. ti:o examining Titles! and Records,and assertain- SUSANNAH HARTLEY. CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, $.e. p

b. ; MONTHS after date I will and Foreign Agency, i ing claims to Lands. Dr. E.Poinsett,Jacksonville Fla. Call and examine before purchasing else aJ
SIX All business
'r' entrusted to him will where.
meet with
the Honorable Judge of Probate ( WASHINGTON, attention and all ORATELLY HILL, Oct. 20, 1851. M'CUEN & CO. tlA
lumbia county, my accounts and direction AARON HAIGHT prompt ; instruments of wri- Dear Sir-Your Indian Loxecust is a GOOD medi Jacksonville, May 3, 1SI.; lyPlantation
-.,..- r .r Administrator on the Estate of Samuel New York. and WORTHING- t ling will be executed by him with neatness and cine. Some time since I purchased a bottle from ----_ h

a :, late of said county deceased for SNETHEN of New Orleans, despatch. A.M.Reed, Esq., your agent, and gave it to one of and ITIill-Site for ftJr.
persons concerned are of the Supreme Court of Ja sksonviIleJan.25, 1851. tf ,I my negroes that had suffered very much from a severe Sti
: hereby attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon c.
take notice,as shall ask to be discharged is formed for the afterwards I had another negro attacked with the : WILL DISPOSE OF, at private
the further following Philip Fraser MI t-;;} eih
administration of said estate. same disease. I purchased another bottle, and it my PLANTATIONon the-LCl: (

WM.H. ROUSSEAU law in the Supreme Court of ATTORNEY! CO UNSELLOR LAW' curcYl him also.I St. ,Joh '8 river, at the mouth of Julingtoa et)
I' Little River 16 } do not hesitate moment in
Aug. 1551. a
6m recommending creek
and. conducting professional! bu.: JACKSONVILLE! FLA., your Indian Loxocust to the public as being the- sixte..n miles above Jacksonville. The hwi
most certain for : is known to be the mcst beautifulca IiI
Eastern WILL attend to any professional business remedy Dysentery that I have ever
Circuit of Florida. and of all the river
against the recovery United States claims to him in the Courts of the used, or heard of. 'if you see proper, you can pub and is remaikable for its salubrity
;t CIRCUIT COURT for DUVAL Departments, or against before Eastern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts at( lish this. Yours truly.MILES. not; a case of fever having occurred there for thi

. I In Cha'DeuT-Bm of Complaint. II before Boards of Commis Tallahassee. He has also such an advantageous Dr. E. Poinsett Jacksonville. PRICE. 1 many years. The dwelling is spacious asd i
I comfortable floth
4. and calculated
Francis Galnes, connection with an able Lawyer at Wash for the accommo ,
t t ; vs. accounts with the State ington City as will ensure a prompt and JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Sept. 25. 1851. dation of a large family. The land (about 400
; Samuel Turner Post Office and Interior Do speedy DR. E. POIXSETT--8ir: This is to acres) is of good
and Jane R.Turner,his collection of such claims as may be placedn certify, that I quality, and well adapted I to: ceJly
IT appearingto the satisfaction of the Court, the remission of fines, i his hands gainst the United States. have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhoea the cultivation of cotton and corn, and about
for alleged violations by the use of most
of: your valuable medicine
Thomas Douglas called fifty acres suited for
Judge 1849 There is
; Defendants reside presiding that L or other laws. Sept. ly Indian Loxecust, after suffering for more than 12 admirable sugar cane. &I
out of said site for
State, motion a steam the
on letters aw.mill :at
I' P. patent for inventions from months with that distressing disease. I take po
I Cooper, Esq., Solicitor for pleasure mouth of the
t. It it Ordered That Complainant, or from foreign Governments, Wm. M Tunno in recommending your most valuable medicine creek, and it possesses the adralIf
said Bill of publication of the I warrants and pensions under to all similarly afflicted. : tage of being in the centre of a husti

printed in said Complaint Circuit,be for made the time in some laws of tho United States. I FACTOR COMMISSION MERCHANT, I remain yours truly, country finely wooded with yellow pice.-

:.: the statute in such cases made and provided. generally] embracing debts, North Commercial: Wharf A. J. JOHNSTON. There is a flourishing orange grove oath!* pe
It further ordered, That said in the United States and Feb. 14.-ly Charleston S. C. Formerly of Jacksonville, N. C. premises, which formerly produced anincomiof ,

and they are hereby required,to appear and and sale of lands in JACKSONVILLE a thousand dollars year, and will shortly 'a
said Bill within any of May Cth, 1851. do so ,
Complaint four months Harmonic Institute again,judging from the thrill
of the
; date of this publication or the shall Union and loaning This is to certify it is with much pleasure: and present /
; same be of real estate lying therein. Corner of St. Jnlirn that I healthy appearance of the trees. Th otin
t as confessed against them. : of funds Street and Market Square, announce to the Public that 1 have been Post Office
in United at Mandarin
States and is within two mile
Witness, the Hon.Thos. SAVANNAH effectually cured of the ,
II _Douglas, Judge, Li collection of the dividends GA. distressing complaint and the steamers and I is
I pass the house
'i I for the transaction ZOaBAUI A CO., Importers and called Dysentery by the highly recommended repass ,
of all F Dealers their
State of Florida, I regular trips
County Duval to and from Savannah.
of : in Music remedy of Mr.
I to a Law, Loan, and Banking and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. or: E..Poinsett. I had resorted to Those
i hereby certify that the above order is a every description,wholesale and retail. many things, but of no avail; I was induced to wishing to purchase this property, may thJtr
It\ 20th correct copy of an order on file in my office, addressed post paid, to Complete Bands furnished and DeaIerllupplied try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine call on, or address by letter, the subscriber,it I ::
November 1851. L V. GARNIE at New York prices. Jacksonville E.
: American and Foreign and to my great satisfaction Florida.CHARLES tCirtio
Clerk Circuit completely
I Court Duval hington. will receive J. H. McRORY Jr.
prompt cured BYRNE.
: t _JSTpT 22.__ 4m Juno 21. ly Agent, Jacksonville. within a few days, and have not been Jacksonville
: A SNETHEN troubled since with that so much dreaded dis May 10, 1851.) tf

, t, l Administration Notice. 5, Carroll Place, Capitol HU1. Bounty Land & General Agency i ease. Un
i IS HEREBY GIVEN I am happy to other immediate PENSION AND thE
; NOTICE That tf WASHINGTON D. say cures have BOUNTY, LAND
; from come under an(
date I will own observation
J : apply to the a few
t: Judge Probate of Nassau county, for AGENCYOF ..JOSEPH )'. WALKER, Will give days. I cheerfully my mite to the already OBTAINED the officers and soldiers of", nu:

$ to eell the real estate lying in that county prompt and efficient attention to the BOUNTY great amount of testimony with regard to war,or their legal iepre entilives. 11frin
I' longing to the estate of William S FIT C1! II'S LAND CLAIMS officers and soldiers in Valuable Medicine. I your
lf ceased. Hickman the late Florida engaged am, respectfully, Pensions for life,for widows of such officers as 4 i
: HELEN HICKMAN MEDICINES. War or either of the Indian Al.HEARNJr. soldiers whomirrired previous
to 1800.
I" .,: Oct. 29, 1351. notl..!4t W ars in which the UnitedJStates have been en To E. Poinsett, Esq. to ,
datingutshej success in the g aged, or the War with Great Britain of 1812 m
To Post masters-Post cure of and to any description of business requiring an, JACKSONVILLE, E. F, August 15th, 1851. JE 1O"N Y LA1D. 'Ieatel I
Agent or Attorney at Sir: This will inform that
Stamps. Catarrh Washington. For you one
J undersigned, Postmaster .Diseases ring land,warrants his charge will be $5.procu In bottle of your Iedicine, called INDIAN.LOXE the surviving, or the widows, or mii 7 I tr
THE at Pleasant Dyspep- CUST has : children
other cases it will be permanently cured deceased
two of
Co..Maryland w.,the proportioned to the nature my negroes -I officers and privates tinthAI
; in the U. S. who conceived And undertook a, Piles, Female and difficulty) of the case. of a severe attack of Dysentery. 1 con wio served in the
eivcly to publish the idea of } &c. &c. He will also act in connection with sider it an excellent Medicine for this : :
supplying all Agents or -com War'of i
L i fi H fiec with cheap stamps.' All stamps made by ALSO Attorneys in Florida who may be employed in plaint, and take great pleasure in recommend. 2812, with Grcrat Britain ; t&* thai(

I&1k: arc can warranted be procured equal at the or superior to any other Supporters Shoulder ounty land and other claims,on terms which ing it to the public., Respectfully yours MexicaiftWar ; or in any of the In. intfA'
r same price, and may be agreed upon. Letters 8.D.FERNANDEZ. dian %Vnr
any are sent out in any1 : Tubes (which should To sin 'e 1'790_
waydefe.tivoy Mr. -
and Poinsett. -
Lec. will
be post-paid) receive Terms
tory, duplicates shall be immediate moderatewlle'r.. C
.. forwarded, on notice, atten; otherwise the claim is establish] )
and the tion. Aug. 17 1850 no
out charge. All who order a set of straps., tf JACKSONVILLE, May 21 IS H. charge. mat
CHANGE_'_FOR___, DATES. ..., at. Two_ ,Dollan ,Life and --- Dear Sir: 1 consider it to be a matter, of du TheSubseriber it II5OppOinI.JAIiIIIL0DL.UiCofCniabiafo _hiIng
A'Ufi7. lJna.u bO to Old Charles DeWaal; ty to inform
Ad'deas"FostMazterfjcuat Jlge, you that I have been laboring tlit
f'f'i ny Co. Md. Grove, 4c.,; frc. .!. AUCTIONEER, a very.violent attack Diarrhoea, which British Commercial Life Insurant itatI"

; Any editor publishing above Agent for JACKSONVILLE baffled the skill of two Physicians,and render .
n ,(and this sale of E. F. ed : Company
S times,and sending a of and will me unable to do work. But Established mat
t any
copy shall keep fortunate in 1820 I
I paper themconstant- n-SALES in nd of PI
*in Any part of the ly when :empowered by act
WOD County adout
attended ,
F pay ofilie Bill is LJTI5RS';-or whenever,if preferred twice,the a wood ,Drug Fla. store, in the Town of to and respectnlly solicited., taining relief I heard to give of up your all hope INDIAN of ever LOXE.ob. nfcbildreniuLondon.Newyok meat,for th.lr.surlUl of Lirrs and of the endowmen I'aDc}
gra'ringwill be furnished May J 848 OUST '
to order and the '
g. : or,an Dr. I, D. use of five Bottles has 1
ROGERS. entirely
head and $3,000,900
newspaper ; ,
design, of tho restored I .
: value of me to health. I takemuch andnah
j Dolla.n. Communication
' ( ;June 14, Stimson &, Go'sNewYork to recommend pleasure addressed to the .abscrfc'
Ii.. II Bears!! your Medicine to all,those who Washington. D, C..will, receive attention
be prompt
f Administrator's 'Notice.. all,the BEARS' 'OIL' and .New-Orleans:&, Mo may similarly afflicted.- .. Yours,:&0." -M. THOMPSON, IhOtIOUI

$ .. SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE I will the Citizens Florida will )hile i Express To E. PCtlnsett BENJAMIN. DA VID.- Atttnty at Lan,'erf Co w issfatr tf -
account Administrator will ; Esq. Dtedsfor Nottatf Swth ,ti- 1fe(
I w .of the. pay for the Oil BY EVERY Cai
John P.
Broer deceased, to the 'Honorable' the Grease Fifty Cents a STEAMSHIP.. BATON ISLAND St.John's S. -Refer.ifnecessury,to the Heads o1Depisneers rt pon:
: Beach
Judge Probates for the County of Duval must be.Pure or I mill ; ,OFFICES : '-) ,and Members Congress: generally. I}
ask for a final settlement,and allowance of ( ,lam ft good most No. 19 Wall))'Sli r el t New< Dear August, 18fil., | Washington City,November, 1850. '*B! .11
l&mi.'and also for a diacb.argofrom the : be in: 'their judge of St. York, ,and Sir: ,This,will inform you, .that, three -: thrcOrt
., ndturalttate. : l ofmycbildren
tion of said estate. were
; Orleans
nUMPHETS dangerously. ill with the Letters 'cm' thQ Climate ana'
THOMAS.LEDWITH, Adm WHOLESALE Mobile_Agent,'M._BOULLEMET; Dysentery or Diarrhoea, for,About six weeks. Soils tCIedf
1 J. I D vOG1'ST". I tried almost Productions
ertmkcr2O 6m of
.. ,..'. : '. .. ., : J7 S Savannah Geo 15Every attention paid. to the, collection tf. for this disease everything that I generally used florid?, -
Drafts, Notes fyc. but all to THIS Interesting 0' 1t
no effect w rk Iifor the stOT' t
; : :;r t :, -_ ,,:,, AMend ; sale at
; OJ I L ufmme .
;a : 1t: .) # ,) ., '*.j.* 32*., -recommended. me.. to try your Medicine :JkEQiiyijj J.H.JfoRorrjr,' and at the "KewVP**' .
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