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 13, 1851
Publication Date: 1852-1859
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Fernandina (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Nassau County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1852.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 14, no. 26 (May 15, 1852)- ; -v. 5, no. 44 (May 19, 1859).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended in 1853?; numbering later resumed.
General Note: Publishers: J.F. Rogero, <1855-1858>; E.A. Papy, 1859.
General Note: Editor: Charles Byrne, 1852-1853.
General Note: Published at Fernandina, Fla., 1858-1859.
General Note: Democratic campaign paper for the election of 1852.
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Preceded by: News (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Z31r.he door of the inner office, one afternoon. : thatlrom! which they:had, twice"po' narrowly
eDt Andre1rs..' -. .V ,' escaped.: He then ordered the boatto: put for
Cft je day, Mr. Andrews,' 'was my prompt :.i : I.. the ship as speedily as possible ;.Andno sooner
aciril greetiflg: 'I hate good newsor you.1te j' T had the order been given than they discovered
aD Ch. ., ., the monster of the deep making toward them
f $ humored, rather intelligent, and with his,jaws widely, extended. Fortunately
keg clouded countenance of the new = the monster came up and passed them at a
,oinecb3t brigbte0 d up at these words. News .. short d'utance. The boat then made her way

corner Oasin Archibald!' he asked, as heeteI VOL. XIV. JACKSONVILLE:. 'FLA..LTURDAY DECEMBER "'t' .t bibs ship.and they,all got on board in snfety.:
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himself. .. .. After reaching thelhlp a t ub dispatched .
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He laments your late failure, and --' .for the;oars of the demolished boats, abel it

'leL the changed: position and pros- I did not speak; a suspicion too horrible ton and his son Charles on precisely similar promising this guilty was determined' to pursue the whale with the
cmiser3tes client, the boat
and Archibald his god-son. god-father's bip. As soon as the returned with the
wife -
be hinted at held dumb
me conditions withthe
or your exception that an annuity hlegncy could be
for the '
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pect son. sail setand the ship after
for inasmuch oars, was proceeded
0be has not much compassion 'Unfortunately, Andrews continued, 'this of seventy pounds, payable Jesse Andrewsand I A conference the next with
to morning Mr. the whale. In a short time she overtook him
attributes your entirely insurance was only effected about a fortnight his wife during their lives was charged Flint resulted in
our for
he the want of sending Mr. Jesse Andrews and lance was thrown into his head.. The
pro- before death and the office refuses -
:ismtnagement, uponit. and advising Lim for fear '
!' accident oriniscariage .hPPliSed; on by him, and immediatelyafter
payment<< although as I have told you, the lad Two letters were dispatched the same evening in our plans to betake .
4ence. I himself to discovered that the whale was maklng'Cor
'CandiJ! certainly grumbled out Mr. Jesse' was attended to the very hour of his death by -one to the fortunate cousin, Mr. Newton, the kingdom of .France for a short time. We the they ship As he came up near her, they hauled
t.ws- but an odd sort of good news! Dr.Parkinson, a highly respectable and most who lived within what then the
.AD* i kinder than his words. He : was known as had then no treaty of extradij;jon with that to the wind. and suffered the monster
'If15 deeds are unexceptionable gentleman. Very much so two-penny.post delivery and another to Mr. country. As soon as I knew he was safely out pass her. After he. had fairly passed, they
till Archibald attains his majority indeed.! Jesse Andrews, who had taken his abode in of the realm
-riD allow, up upon the insurance people. kept off to overtake and attack him again.- ..
how old is that: boy of yours 'I in that' I answered after
see St. Alban's. .
-Let me ; quite agree a a cottage near Hertfordshire. When the ship had .reached within about fifty
10.2' while. Dr. Parkinson is a highly respectable These missives informed both gentlemen of the 'The money ought not to have been received rods of him they discovered that the whale
'Ten. De was two yean old When hIS god- and eminent gentleman.: What reason,' I added arrival of the.Indian mail, and to them, important by Jesse Andrews, you say,Mr.Sharp?' observed bad settled down, deep below the surface of the '
went to IndiL''Well Mo the company' assign for non payment?' dispatches it contained.Mr. the managing gentleman sundown
father Ilokingkeenly" water, and as it was zie ,. they concluded -
then, you will receive two hundred 'The very recent completion of the policy. Newtdn was early at the office on the following in my face.'Precisely.. to give the pursuit. :

pounds per annum, payable half yearly in ad- 'Nonsense! How can that fact, standing morning, and perused the will with It ought not to have been received Capt. Deblois np Was at,..this time atandicg 1 -
since, for the next ten cars-that is, of aknf,affect your claim?' huge content. liens really quite sorry though by him.' :t ,* the; nigntneaos on the larboard bow,1rh craft
course, if Jour son tiTe8-in order to enable 'I do not know? Andrew replied l-nd all for poor cousin Jesse5 the loss of his eon'was a 'And n-1 y'not, Mr. Sharp in hand,ready to strike the monster a deadly ;
TOU tI bring him op, and educate him proper- the-time I had not been u.bto look him full in sad stroke, much 'worse than this of a fortune, 'That is quite an unnecessary: question, and blow should he appear, the ship moving about "1
\ly. Af"that period has elapsed, your cousin his face; 'but they do refuse.and I am anxious which he might have expected to follow as a one that you know 1 should not answer if I five knots when working on the tide of the
--Btimates that he will place the young man ad.1.nagcously that your firm should take the natter in hand, matter of course- And the annuity Mr Newton could. That which chiefly coicernsyou is, hip, he discovered the whale rushing towards
; and, I do not doubt, will do50mething and sue them for the amount.' thoughtfully observed was, after all, no that I am ready to restore the fair thousand her at the rate of fifteen kno's ? In an instant, j

for jou, should you not by that time 'I must first see Dr.Parkinson i answered, contemptible provision for two persons without pounds once, here on the spot, sad that delays the monster strvcl the ship triM tremendous rfoI'nee -

h 3Te conquered a fair position for yourself.' {and convince myself that there is n> legitimate family, and of modest requirements are dangerous. If you refusi> why of shaking the ship from stem to stern! She
'I! that all?' said Mr. Andrews.'All reason for repudiating the policy.' A very different seen? was enacted when late course,' audi rose from the chair,' I mt.st take quivered under the violence of the shock as it
why, what did you expect?' 'Certainly, certainly,' he replied. in the evening, and just u I was about to leave back the money. : she had struck a rock I Cspt.Dedlois immediately -
Two or three thousand pounds to set me 1 will write to you to-morrow,' I sail risingto the office. Mr. Jesse Andrews rushed in, whiteas 'Stay-stay I will just consult, with one or : descended into the forecastle, and there,

doat 'gain. I know of a safe speculation, I terminate the conference, 'after I have: seen sheet, haggard and wild with passion.What : .- two gentlemen, and be with you again almost to: his horror, discovered that the monster had
that with, say three -thousand pounds capital, Dr. Parkinson, and. state whether we will or devil's fables are these you write me?' immediately.In struck the ship about two feet from the keel,
iroald realize a handsome fortune in no time) not take proceedings against: the insurance he burst forth the instant he had gaintd the about five minutes he returned! 'Well abreast the foremast, knocking great hole entirely

Mr Jesse Andrews, I may observe, was one company on your behalf I threshold of the room. 'How dare you,' he Mr. Sharp he said, we had, I suppose, better' through her bottom, through which the
of that numerous class of persons who are al- He thanked me, and hurried off. went on almost shrieking with fuiy-'how Core take the money-obtained, as you say by mis- water roared and rushed impetuously! Springing -
TJJS on the threshold realizing millions the Dr. Parkinson confirmed Mr. Jesse Andrewsin you attempt to palm off these accursed lies on take.' to the deck, he ordered the mate to cutaway
only tad constant obstacle being the want of a every particular. He had attended the boy, n>e?' Archy rich-rich-and I-. But it is 'Not at all; I said nothin about mistake. I' the anchors and get the cables overboard I Ito

jufficient 'capital.: a fine light haired lad of eleven or twelve a lie! An infernal device got up to torture me !told you it ought not have been received by An- keep the ship from sinking, as the had a I
; I condoled\ with him upon his disappoint* years of age, from not long after his seizure -to drive me wild,distracted mad.) The excited I drt ws.' large quantity of pig iron on board. In doing
I Bent; but as words, however civil, avail nothing till his death. He suffered dreadfully, and man literally foamed with rage, and so 'Well-well; I understand, I must I suppose, this the mate succeeded in relieving only one 1
t in the way of 'capital,' Mr. Jesse Andrews died nnmitakeabTy' of Asiatic cholera, and of astonished was I, that it was a minute or two give you a receipt1''Undoubtedly ncor and cable clear, the other having been 4
t having: pocketed the first halfyearlyinstalment nothing else; of which same disease a servant before I could speak or move. At last I rose, ; and if yon please precicely fasted around the foremast. Theship was then
of the annuity, made his exit in by and female lodger in the same house had died closed the deer, for the clerks in the outer of- in this form.' sinking rapidly The Caption went to the cabin

n<)means a gracious: or grateful frame of mind. just previously. 'It is, of course,' Dr.Parkin. fice were hearers and witnesses of this outbreakand I handed him a copy on a klip of paper. He where he found three feet of water; he,
Two other half-year payments were duly "?on remarked in conclusion, 'as unfortunatefor lead the way to an inner and more private ran it over, smiled, transcribed it on: a stamp, however succeedod in procuring a chronometer
paid him. When he binded me the receipt on the company as it is strangely. lucky for apartment. Come with me, Mr. Andrews,' I signed it,and as I handed him a cheque for the sextant and chart.. Reaching the decks he ordered -
the last occasion, he said:: ,in a sort of off-hand, Andrews; but there is no valid reason for refusing said, 'and let us talk this matter calmly over' amount, placed it in my hands. We mutually the boats to be cleared away, and to get

tireless: way, 'I suppose if Archy were to die, payment.' He mechanically followed, threw himself into bowed, and I went my way.Notwithstanding water and previsions, ns the ship was keeling
three!! payments would CMFC V Upon this representation we wrote the next a chair. and listened with frenzied impa- Mr. Newton's opposition, over. He again descended to the cabin, but
'Perhaps not,' I replied unthinkingly.,: day to the assurance: people, threatening proceedings tience to the reading of the will. who was naturally furious at the unexpectedturn the water was rushing in so rapidly that he

'At all events, not, I should say, till you and on behalf of Mr. Jesse Andrews. 'A curse upon me,' he shouted,jumping up as the affair had taken: the identity of the could procure nothing. He came upon deck,
. your wife were in some way provided for. But Early on the morrow one of the managing I concluded; 'the curse of God-a judgementupon boy-whom that gectlemnn persisted to be ordered all bands irto the boats, and was the i
J jonr eon is not i11!' I added. directors called on us to state the reasons the crime I but the other day committeda dead and buried-was clearly established and last himself to leave_ the ship, which he did.by t
, 'Xo, no; not d present;' replied Andrews which induced the company to hesitate recog- crime, as I thought-drlt that I was-eo Mr. Archibald Andrews on the dayhe became throwing himself into the sea ana swimming
coloring, and with confusion ofmmner\Thich nizing the plaintiffs claim. In addition to the cunningly contrived, so cleverly executed! of age, received possession of his'fortune. to the nearest boat! The ship was on her
r inrprised me a little. It flashed across my doubts suggested by the brief time which had Fool, Villain, madman thai I have been; for The four thousand pounds had of course been beam-endher topgallant yards under "ater
. mind that the boy was dead, and that Andrews, elapsed from the date of the policy to the deathof now, when fortune is tendered for my acceptance repaid out of Jesse Andrews' legacy. That They then pushed off some distance from the
. ii order not to risk the withdrawal or suspension the child, there were several other slight I dare not put forth my hand to grasp it; person has, so fospeak, since skulked through ship expecting her to sink in a very shoit timeUpon -.
of the annuity, had concealed the fact circumstances corroborative suspicion. The fortune, too, not only for me, .but-Oh God, life, a mark for the covert scorn of all acquainted an examination of the stores they had
: from us. chief of these was, that a neighbor bad declared it; will kill us both, Martha as well as me, with the very black transactions here re been able to save he discovered that they had
. Let me see' I resumed *we have your present he heard the father indulging in obstreperous though I alone am to bame! for this infernal corded. This was doubtless a much better only twelve quarts of water, and not a mouth-
I address-Norton Folg':ite, I think}' mirth in a room adjoining that in which chance fate than he deserved; and in strict or poetical ful provisions of any kind The boats contained

'Yes, certainly you have' the corpse lay, only about two Lours after his This outburst appeared to relieve him, nnd justice, punishment ought unquestionably to eleven men each; were leaky, and night
. (I shall very likely call in a day or two to son had expred. This unseemingly, scandalous sank back into his chair somewhat calmer, I have been much greater-more apparent also, coming on, they were obliged to bail them all
tee Mrs. Andrews and your son.' hilarity of her husband the wife appeared could understand nothiug of all that rhapsody than it was, for examples sake. But I am a night to keep them from air-king.

. The man smiled in a reassured,half: sardonic to remonstrate: against. The directors bad knowing as I did that his son Archibald had man not of fiction, but of fact, tnd consequently Next: 'day, at daylight, they returned to the
minner 'Da'. he answered; 'Archy is alive, consequently resolved non o&tante Pr. Parkin- died from natural causes. 'I; is a severe blow,' relate events,,not as they precisely ought, ship, no one daring venture on board but the

. and very well, thank God.) son's declaration, who might. they argued, I said in as soothing a tone as I could assume, but as they do occasionally occur in lawyer's captain, their intention being to cut away the
This confidence dispelled the suspicion I had have been deceived to have the body exhumed- I 'a very great disappointment; still, yon are ae. offices, and other nnpoetical nooks and cornersof masts, and fearing that the moment the masts
"' momentarily entertained,and five or six weeks in order to a post-mortem" Examination asto cured from extreme poverty-from anythinglike this prosaic, matter-of-fact workingdayworld. were cut away the ship would go down. Witha
4 pissed away, during which Andrews and his the true cause of death. If the parents voluntarily absolute want-.' single hatchet, the captain went on board,
affairs were:almost as entirely absent from my agreed to this course, judicial application 'It is, cot that-itisnot that!' he broke in, cut away the mast when the ship righted.The .- .
. thoughts as if no such man existed. to enforce it would be unnecessary, and though not quite so wildly as before. 'Look Destruction .1 a Whale Ship by a Sperm boats then came np, and the men, by the ,..
of that time Mr Jesse all doubts on the matter could be quietly set at you,Mr. Sharp,I will tell you all! There may 'Wbale-Slokt: of the Ship-LOM of two sole aid of spades, cut away the chain cable
About the expiration revisited the,officeand rest. :I thought the proposal, under the circumstances be some mode of extrication from this horrible Boats and Miraculous Escape of the'Cft"" from around the foremtst, which got the ship

Andrews unexpectedly ushered into reasonable, and called on Mr. and predicament, and I must have your advice professionally From the Panama Herald, Oct. 16. nearly on her keeL The men then tied ropes
as soon as I was disengaged habited, was in the deepest Mrs. Andrews to obtain their concurrence.Mrs. .- upon it.) We have jast received the following thrilling around their bodies got into the sea, and cut a

my private rconr He was struck me that Andrews was, I found, absent in the 'Go on; I will advise you to the best of my account of the destruction of the whale hole through the decks to get out provisions.
and it naturally
mourning, country but her husband was home; andhe ability.' ship Ann Alexander, Capt. John S. Deblcis, of- They could procure nothing but about five gallons -
. either his which wife or son closer was dead-an elimination impression of his, on hearing the proposal, was, I thought, a good 'Here it is, then; Archy, my son Archy, is Ne.... edford, by a large sperm whale, from of vinegar and twenty pounds of wet bread .
, however a I did I deal startled-shocked rather-a natural emotion alive I alive I and well in health as either youor the lips of the captain himself, who arrived in The ship threatened to sink and they deemed
J1 countenance: did not husband confirm and, knowing father as he was perhars.'Whowho. I 1.! this city from Paita, on Sunday last, in the I it imprudent to remain ,by her longer, so they
e how affectionate a to belIe ,' he said. after a few moments: 1 was thunderstruck. Here was indeed a re schooner Providence. A similar occurrencehas set sail in their boats .tndlen her.
Ii with all his faults and follies, reputed silent reflection-(wlo is to conduct this painful velation. never been known to occur but once in the On the 22d of August, at about five o'clock,
j looked flurried, nervous!!!, jcertainly, but revolting inquiry?' 'Alive and wen,' continued Andrews. 'Lis whole history of whalefishing,and that was the P. M., they had the itidoccribablo joy of die*
the restless I
r there was no grief, no sorrow in directed the, 1>r. Parkinson will be present with Mr. ten: when the cholera began to spread so rapidly destruction of the ship! Essex, some twenty or cerning a ship in the distance. They made signal
d disturbed glances which he to the boy's life and of and were soon answered, and in a short
the and Dr. Costis the I bethought me of insuring twenty-five years ago, which many our
)_ floor, the ceiling, the window, the fireplace, Humphrey newly appointed surgeon physician to the assurance office in case of the worst befalling,but not, as 1 hope readers fully remember. We proceed to the time they.were reached by the good ship Nantucket -

o the chairs,the table-everywhere, in fLct.ex in place of Dr. Morgan, who died, as you for merry, with the slightest thought of harm- narrative as furnished us by Capt. Debloi, of Nantucket, Mass. Cipt.' Gibbs, who
o cept towards my face. ate'aware of cholera, a short time since.) ing a hair of his head. This was done. Very and which is fully authenticated by nine of the took them all on board, clothed and fed them,
1t What is the matter, Mr. Andrews I gravely 'True. ,Ah, well then,' he answered almost soon the terrific disease approached our neigh- crew in a protest under the seal of the U. S. and extended to them in every way the greatseatTossible

D inquired seeing that he did not appear disposed with alacrity. 'Be it as they wish. Dr. Par- borhood,and my wife took Archy to a country Consul,Alex. linden,jr.,at P4 tG. hospitality. t
I e to open the conversation.'A kinson will see fair play.* lodging, returning the same evening. The i The ship Ann Alexander, Capt. John S.Dc- On the succeeding day Capt. Gibbs went to
::1- great calamity, sir-a great calamity.' he The examination was effected and the re- next day our only servant was attacked, and blois, sailed from New Bedford, Masa, June the wreck of the ill-fated Ann Alexander, for -

Jf hurriedly and confusedly answered, his face |' suit was. a confirmation beyond doubt or quibble died. A few hours after that, our first floor 1st, 1850, for a cruise in the South Pacific.for the purpose of trying to procure something
- still persistently averted from me'has happened that'death, as Dr. Parkinson had declared, lodger, a widow of the name of Mason, who had sperm whale. Having taken about 500 barrels from her;, but, as ,the sea was rough, and the

l' Arch,. is dead!I' had, been solely occasioned by cholera. The been with.us a very short time was attacked. of oil in the Atlantic, the ship proceeded on attempt considered. dangerotn, he abandonedthe
1e 'Dead!' I exclaimed, considerably shocked. still hesitated; but itS this She suffered dreadfully; and her son, a boy her voyage to the Pacific. Nothing of unusual I project. The Nantucket' then set sail and for

ly 'God bless me, when did this happen assurance conduct could company now only be looked upon as per. about the age of Archy and with just his hair interest occurred, until when passing Cape Paita, where she landed Capt. Deblois and
y 'Three weeks ago,' was the reply. 'He died obstinacy we served them with a writ at, and complexion took ill also. The woman was Horn, one of the men, named Jackson Walker, his men. Capt. Debhis was kindly hospit( .
.1' of cholera.' verse in and the money was delirious with pain; and before effective mediu of Newport, N. II! was lost, overboard in a ably received and, entertained at Paita. ,.by .Capt

I, 'Ofcholerat' This occurred, should state, once.L__.i.1 They nrer gave to k1... Jesse; Andrews, whose joy aid. could u \oe oounneu 1..1-elia sue tr-nm...- s .]. *incat u storm. Reaching the Pacific, she came up the Bathurst, an English gentleman residing board there tha

.in kin! uauucu his sudden rih did not. I was forced to the middle of the night-she expired. Htr coast and stopped at Valdivia, coast of Chili, and subsequently! took passage on fot this
at Starbuck
: 'Yes: he was very assiduously attended admit to be in the slightest degree son, who had been removed into another room, for fresh provisions, and on the 31st of May schooner Providence, Capt. lost the 13th :
iy I throughout his sufferings which were prod dampened, appear by any feeling of sadness for the became rapidly worse, and we sentfor Dr. last, she called at Paita, for the purpose of port, arriving here' on Sunday ,

I tracted and severe, by the eminent Dr.Parkin- loss of an only child. Parkinson; the poor fellow was also partially shipping a man. The vessel proceeded on her inst. Dsblois- entered his protest at
1 and clungpiteously round the South Pacific.On At Paita,Capt
ton. a highly respectable and skillful pwcti- Andrews delirious with pain,. voyage to
Mr. Archibald which authenticated
We wrote to inform and she reached whatis the U.S. Consulate was
? her. mother, imploring the 20th August last .
tioner doubtless! sir are aware instructions wife's' neck, calling
as further boardat
you and to my and
request seamen on
of these occurrences, the "Off-Store the following offcers ,
'could the man. This dry, her to relieve him. Dr. Parkinson; arrived well known to all whalers as by
not comprehend hitherto
unconcerned business sort of gabble was not "with regard to the annuity time would at first sight of the boy, said, 'Your son Ground," in lat. 5 deg.50 min. South, Ion. 102 the time of the din aster; the two officers .--
_ paid to his cousin. A considerable of that: day at and the rest of the crew having shipped on
the of suddenly bereaved parent, could be is ill,Mrs.Andrews-I fear past recovery; deg. West. In the morning ,
language a very GreenJirst' mate
answer K.
before an
) necessarily elapse done.) I swear to whales discovered in the board other vessels:Joseph ;
be were
S considerable annuity will what can about 9 o'clock
and who had lost a Jesse Andrews but we see .
too Mr. -
cue, the mean time .third do. John Morgan, carpenter -
and in Smith
received, not till this moment and about noon the same day James ;
l1e his son's death. What could it mean? Mr. .Sharp, that it was neighborhood, ,
by into speculation yon, Riley James McRobertsv
headlong flashed Two James cooper; -
fast to
ruined us in making one. -
.. device which has they succeeded ; '
ta. I was in truth fairly puzzled. hankering to engage in, and the Wm. Smith. Henry Reid and -
long larboardand John Smith ,
he had been brain. I cautioned my wife in awhisper boats had gone after the whales-the ,
After considerable interval of silence, during informed me a few weeks afterwards, across my the F. Booth seamen.
.a a ,was, he not the undeceive the doctor who prescribed starboard, the former commanded by Charles :
which Mr.Andrews,whose eyes continued of on the royal road to a magnificent fortune. the most active remedies, and was in first mate, and the latter by Capt. Deblois.- }
to wander in every direction except that Clouds soon gathered over his brilliant when the lad died. You know the I The whale which they had struck, was harpooned One morning lately,, Mrs. S., who resides -
wd- the
mine, showed no inclination to !write speak immediately prospect. The partner whose persuasive rest room and now sir, tell me, can anything be by the larboard boat. After runningsome within_three miles of Torpoint, left her residence -

Lit will be necessary for me to Andrews. tongue and brilliant imagination had induced done;-any device suggested to retrieve this time, the whale turned upoutbeboat, to make_ call.on,the lady of the clergy- -
to your cousin. Mr. Archibald to join him with bis four thousand I this terrible mistake? and rushing at it with tremendous violence,
Andrews blunder
''OJ' Mr.
far from
miserrble had
will be continued of the parish. She not gone
Itrust sake the annuity cheat and the man
for be arrant and taking
your proved to an should Mr.Andrews,1 lifted its enormous jaws,
. ; but of course till I hear from bun,the swindler pounds; and, Mr. Andrews' application to us 'This infamous crime'(, you the commission say, of boat in open, actually crushed it into fragments as ; home when she discovered her loa had fallen ;
half-yearly payment must be suspended) help and redress was just too late to I replied ; for small as a common-sized chair! Capt. Deblois from off her shoulders, and sent her m&J:& er-
b. 'Certainly, certainly ; I naturally expected for legal the accomplished dealer in moonshineand which you are liable to be transported immediately struck for the scene of disaster vent back on the road to look for it. '("be servant ..

. that would be the case,' said Andrews, 'still prevent delusion from embarking at Liverpool for life.. that is the true word! i with the starboard boat,an i succeeded againstall met a countryman, of whom he inquired r
ia the same quick and hurried lone. Qaiteso. America,, with.every penny of the partnership Ires. crime innocent; no doubt child suffer for his fath expectation in rescuing the whole of the "Have you seen' a boa on- the road?" To which
so.' in his pocket! I But must the crew of the boat-nine number! the bumpkin replied amazement: "A crr1'1'8 -
Tou have to I ?' 1 re- funds er's offence?' in the loam nor anything else but a long;
nothing say, suppose from Mr. Archibald Andrew that could There were now eighteen men star- seen no ,
marked after another dead pause, during A favorable reply question of vital importance 'That is the only consideration businesslike board boat, cofasisting of the Captain, the first hairy snal* on,'the ,road, I've pelted it with
ict. I which it was very apparent that he was labor- had now become a who patiently induce me to wag a finger in the in the mate and the crews of both boats. The frightful stones for the last ten minutes, bat cau't kill
cousin very caught ,
bg with something to which he nervously hesitated awaited its to arrivaL his It ,came at last. Mr AnMtwibtd many*.._ _other lined clever. for rogues others.you Come are to meto-mor- disaster had been witnessed from the ship, the thing; Pvc_ Cut. U.in. ,two but. his at tail the -
t' to give utterance. suddenly at Bombay a Prow uuuu'4a'---: between this and the waste-boat was called into readinessand moves yet.77 On the servant arriving
fXo-yes-that is,I wish to consult you on aL'U A Ul. died rather arrived there after ; I will think over the matter sent to their'relief. The distance from the spot described by the countryman, he actually .
atter of business-connected with a life assurance short time ';irem1' letter will of which ,one of and then;but at the present can sayjothwg. ship 'Was about six miles. As icon as the waste found the lady's valuable fur tippet literally .
in triplicate a added d his hand was on with which it was
executing 1 with
and it in -
divided cut pieces ,
, a office.) forwarded to me. By this in- be proved I sup.pose boat arrived, the crews wete I >>
iCJ 'A life assurance office?' I the copies was thirty-five thousand 'the identity of your son than can own.! was determined to pursue the sainb, whale, and nearly covered.;
Tea.' The man's pale face flushed crimson, strument his proper1y--abou& of which by better evidence .your make another attack upon'him. Accordingly :
and hurried pounds. the greatest portion 'Certainly, certainly.) distance A din coolness and courage was stopped ,
and his became more more and at some
speech investment proceeded
for the
,cr remitted from time to time then I 'Will see you in they separated 'who demanded: his
will dQ purse,
had been ;
-'Tha_ occasions by a highwayman
Mr.Sharp such
M a' went on. Tea: fearing, British funds-was disposed of as from each other, as is usual:on with which to enforce
riould be left without re- in the morning.) short time they cameup and presented a pistol
die might In
Archy we to his cousin after the whale. a -
" -ree, I resolved'after mature deliberation, to follows: Five thousand pounds and If it should cross the mind of any reader thatI to him and prepared to give him batUe.i .- the demand. .:"GoodP, said the gentleman, J
purpose'edoeatJDg demand
the felon make the
tect for four thousand Jesse Andrews, for, have given self-confessed ,the first mate III was: :just,about to Cf3t'1e!
. an insurance oa his life Andrews the teststorsgodsontill ought to i The waste-boat: commanded by foot
Archibald that for the but comeTve got a capital job on ,
Lft pounds.' maintaining have attained the age oftwentyone into custody.I gtoremindhim I was in advance.. As soon .as: the whale per. of you ; we'll divide the
should will lend hand, -
he stated such a course on my made and if yon me a
'Four ? previously! demonstration being upon '
thousand pounds of the remaining reasons celvcd the .
whole and of us. DeceU
were gone and the "of the Tea. out his
All preliminaries \ turned course ,
necessary to be then paid overto part-was do him he the real went
thousand pounds so his confidence rogue
1'OS&b. The medical gentleman-since dealei' thirty accumulated. interest In that hid it not been Impossible intrusted .tremendous I dash at this boat;seized Ted 'by handed -
and speedily
of) the cholera the -examinad the boy Archibald, with )lr. Jesse Andrews would not have his wide-spread jswsnd crushed it with the counterfeit, was .
I by way of the death of his godson, it with of the
the event however, criminal, secret eonlyques- over to thf tendtr mercies police. -
f COuntand the inuranee-w..legall1 effectfor denied ,to another me'WUh-Lh1, com into atoms,allowing the men barely time w ,
. four thousand pounds,' 'payable, at.. '.his the entire,property and wealthierMr.was :Nor; tion now therefore was, 'whethirwitheut I
, dUtftnt
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: : MESSAGE.The con le tfd i
: _t' Camtptmtttru qtrBafrivsorsAiwican.ri r; Montery"and'about half of Mariposa,which it I Mr.Foote has introduced Into the Senate of the TilE PRESIDENT'S n tf s eh
the '
I delivered to law.is "Do
" : ; ThIrlr-StcQnd Cttjgrm..Flwt Smia* two-fifths of the entire area of the State. A United States absolution, "that ajoint com president's Message was and a burles flagrant abuse' ot poIiUCt ""11
; committee to address of on the 2d inst.. Ta- v : p tb't'eniua 0fter..
both'houses Congress
was appointed an of
: \ WAsnmcTOM' ,December' 1tliI prepare mittee of thetwo Houses of Congress to consist Institutions;'. and Chat tbe
on the subject, to be presented the Legisla ;whole it is quite a respectable doctrillu&1Id ft"tf'
f II SENATE. ture. of- members' of the Senate and- king it as a : tb'eMtmichUI whiffs, wb1ehhb"I!
:: This day commenced the first' session of tha A Convention was also in session.x in, San I members of the.House of Representatives, be state paper in style and composition. I 'I ready-*.t alt ,times ,to make a pi-ca .

i Thirty-second Congress. Francisco, for a division of'the State. Nearlyall appointed by,the presiding officers of the respective lathe large proportion of the Message which I[I ,cation ot }throughout, the Uniou Y0u14' -

.1 1 I Prayer by the Chaplain, Mr. Butler. Resolutions the southern were counties passed were in favor represented of division, and, Houses to make suitable arrangements is devoted to ',Cuban transactions no allusion doubly 3fercury' repeal .,theensetmenti!an old andWdr:J n' :..>*

The Senate was called to order by.the Hon. after considerable opposition as to the manner I for the reception of Louis Kossuth, Governor whatever is made, nor any objection on the press,'says Oct. 6, "we think it'ai Unyf.etLii I

I I W. R. King, of Alabama, President ,pro tern in which it should be effected. of Hungary, on his arrival in the United State, part of this Government intimated, to a treaty oppressive and unjust,law)' Oijj1y01 .

II pore. The above is the only item of int rest whichwe and to communicate to him assurances of the, alleged to have been entered into by France the other law Massachusetts.ig,"unjust": whig' CODgr ",'1I.

Mr.; Morton presented the certificate of the find in tho Cherokee's news. profound respect entertained for him by the aud England, to guarantee the Island of Cuba, 'forthwithjo be, ;repealed"and\\'lcJt Natb'anJtI" .11 t

r Governor of Florida of the election of Hon. Stephen people of the United States; and to tender to to Spain, on certain conditions, which cannotbe den, whig' representative from FAII.'RiTtlr-) !;

, R. Mallory as a Senator from that State' I- THE NEWS. him on the part of Congress, and in the name I submitted to without an abandonment of the gird."the fugive slave law asamonz tieI.I.

t for six years from 4th M r*li 1a*t, Also,a certified of the people of the United States, the hospitalities policy which/has been laid down,by successive cousin edestof all acts of tholernlegislatj., .* 111 '
; f the proceedings of the .. the rule of conduct towards -- whips: are boosting that iJS.
**j.Y Legislature Administrations as our by
of tho Union. *.
Metropolis of rroN, with the free tnit.1.ggovernor tW ."....!.._. .
of that State in the said election the ---" !I;
] ; said European nations, interfering the internal Leonard J. Farewell olelli

'I' record being claimed by the Hon. D. L. Yule WHIG MANOEUVRES AT WASIII affairs of this continent. If the President -. Charles Durkee, abolition candidate, who .,ior( 'to

I. as evidence of his having been elected to that I The whigs lay very ingenious plans, but intends, by this omission, to acquiesce,in the president abolition, that he, Farewell was "i ,:,ce

.. office. I they almost invariably fail in carrying them the interference, of England and France, to the exclusive, of jurisdiction slavery wherever exii.

; ; Mr. Bright moved that both papers be refer S out. A notable instance of this want of administrative mould and modify the institutions of Cuba, according the repeal oj the fugitive slate of law COD!<'*rt8i' ana.11 r

red to a select committee of five. JACKSONVILLE FLA. talent was: exhibited in Washingtonon to their own views and policy, he has

I" Mr. Clay opposed the motion, and argued I the day before the meeting of 'Congress.The .- committed a grave error, and one which 'we From tisa Savannah ,

that Mr. Mallory having the Governor's certi. Saturday) December 13, 1S51.S Democrats held a caucus to nominate officers have no doubt will be corrected by the present Compromise Rotations Georgian.The .

i ficate,was entitled to be sworn now. cratie,and nod the. n.*** ..
for, the House. At this caucus a member Congress.The Whig Caucus

Mr. Berrien and Mr. Mason, both argued AGENTS FOR THE NEWS. offered a resolution approving and applaudingthe most important part of the Message, in As the organization of the House of&

; against the admission of Mr. Mallery to the MilJ.Jou* BEARD, Tallahassee Fla. Compromise. The sentiment of the reso- relation to the fiscal concerns of the Government senlatives, with the action of the two,Jjy**

. seat uatil the matter had been investigated.- J. G. REARDON. Esq. Ocala Fla.
in their '
lution was not objected to by any member present we extract : respective caucuses-of the'cn, u

" i They did not consider, in this case, the Govern JOHJI DARLING, Esq., Tampa! Fla. but ic was thought more appropriate to By reference to the Report of the Secretaryof laying on the table, and of the other in tfld.

t or's certificate the beet evidence. Gen. S. RUSSELL, Newnansville, Fla. leave platforms to be erected by the people at the Treasury, it will be seen that the aggregate i sing the Compromise-will, perhaps: <
1\11'.Footo and Mr.Hale cited the B. FRISBY Esq. receipts for the last fiscal amounted flnjjU
'. i L case of Mr. Carey's Ferry, Fla. their National Conventions and the resolutionwas year matter political discussion for ESSt
l Shields two as conclusive GEO. CENTER St. to $53,312, 079 87; which with the balancein montlute
years ago, that the Esq., Augustine FIn.
aside. The beard the have determined to avail
: i good the Treasury on the 1st July, 1650. gave, as ourselves of thec.
member having the certificate entitled Judge A.STEELS Cedar Fla.
was to Keys, news-that the Democrats had rejected the the available means for the year, tho sum of counts, from different sources, for the purpj
be sworn in. S. GurSKr Esq. Pilatka Fla. ,
I : : 86.
and deter- $58,917,5 presenting the facts in
Compromise- were rejoiced. They the case to
: Mr.\ Seward advocated the motion for The total expenditures for tho our!'cid.ers. .
n com same period
mined to make capital out of it, so they called a .. We publish below, letters from
mittee. G'Nr.: Charles P. Cooper, ofSav&nnah. is our were $ 005.878, : 68. seYerg

,t' Mr. Bright withdrew his motion, and Mr. agent#:>r receiving subscriptions and advertisements caucus of their own, which adopted the Compromise The toW imports for tho year ending papers:

in that city. I This was a very pretty move, so 30th June, 1851,were $215,725,995 I USIOX-SA VTh"G IN CONGRESS-PiBcT
i Malolry was sworn in. far, and the telegraphic wires proclaimed to Of which there were in specie 4,967,901 DAY'S DEBATE IN THE HOUSE.,' I
t'l J Mr. Bright moved the appointment of a select The exports for the same period wero $217,517,130
; MAIL STEAMERS.The the Stuih that the nhok Whig party had givenin Of wiich there wero of [Correspondence of tho N. Y. Trilmie. ..
commsttee of five members to whom: are to manner in which the mail contracts between its adhesion to tho Fugitive law, and that domestic products 178,546,555 WASHIXGTOS, Monday Eftnin: ]

be referred the papers in this case, which mo- the St. John's River and Savannah havebeen agUution was to cease forever. But this beautiul Foreign goods re-exported 9,738,695 December 1, i$5, !. fI fs

. ,' tion was adopted and to-morrow at one o'clock fulfilled, for several years past, has been Whig structure could not stand, for it was Spccio 5- -29,231,880 8217.517,130 I have already transmitted, by Tel' rip ,
was fixed for the election of the committee.. a subject of the results otto-day's labors in the -e'I
general complaint amongst ourfcitizens. [ tased on falsehood and deception,and was fufly Since the 1st December last the paymentsin lloj
Mr.Foote introduced a joint resolution directing When the new contract was given out exposed in the House on the occasion of the cash on account of the public debt, exclusive the election John of W.Linn Boyd of KentueqU
the appointment of a committee of the two last July, to the present contractors fine of interest, have amounted to $7,501,456: :5C ; Forney of Penr.gyhaniau
prom- of Speaker. Mr. Meade of Virginia, Clerk, with the old t
i Houses I which however includes the sum of SergeantatArms'nd
of ,
to ,
Congress wait 3,242:200paid
Kossuth ises
: upon on were made: wewere promised complete showed that all they could drum into the Whig under the 12th article of the treaty with Postmaster, and the Caucus candidate fur -tiC
I his arrival, communicate to him in the name of reform. The old crazy steamers called the St. Clerk. The machinery had been well
. : caucus was about 40 members 20 from the Mexico, and the further sum of $2,591,213 45. ntd,
the people the United Stabs assurances of the Matthews and the Gaston were to be taken off South and 20 from the North-of these one being the amount of awards to American citizens -: j and worked without a hitch on the very first 2Xa
: trial. nut before
: most profound respect, and tender him in the the line, and new boats substituted better under the late treaty with Mexico, for I proceeding to ballot,tlen
third voted
against the resolution of was a spicy debate
compromise : Union-sarirg in
of the which the issue of stock was authorized but genenl ttl
name of the ,
United ,
States to the
thehospitalitis adapted increasing trade and importance and 25 for it of which the true drift and '
\ some -leaving 5 or 6 Northern which was paid in cash from the Treasury. purport eocli tlIi
; of the Metropolis of the Union. of the route. The fine steamer the Magnolia, Whigs in favor of the Compromise! Mr. The public debt on the 20th ultimo, exclusive scarcely be transmitted by telegraph* M I 1IiJI Iit

I Twclyeo'clockwasflxcd as the hour of meet- was already built for the line, and another Fowler, a member of the Whig caucus, thus of'the stock authorized to be issued to Texas' account endeavor of to it.give a more deliberate and ludl Iif

I equally good was to be by the act of 9th September, 1850 was $G2-
Ing.After I immediately built and gives in his experience: At the Opposition Caucus
l :560,395) 26. on Saturday ere- tia'
which the Senate adjourned. put on as her consort. The iitl
I Magnolia teal puton Mr. Fowler, Will the gentleman allow me The receipts for tho next fiscal year are estimated ning, a Resolve approving the Coraprcmisi
..I 'j 'f'. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. in place of the St. Matthew, but no substitute to speak a word in explanation? at $51.800,000, which, with the probable measures," as a final settlement of the Slavery

Precisely at 12 o'dockthe Clerk of the House was furnished for the old Gaston. But Mr. Meade. Certainly,sir. unappropriated balance in the Treasury, on' question was submitted, and on motion of Mr. ,

., !i it called the roll, when there appeared 218 members after a few months the Magnolia was taken off Mr. Fowler. Mr.\ Clerk, I was at that caucus. the 30th June next, will giveS the probable vote Carter, of Ohio, laid on the table by a decided p
-nearly two to The 1//
: I who proceeded to the the mail line and I moved to lay these resolutions upon the ta available means for that year, the sum of SC3.- one. lelSOus'UJ
choice the olJ C
ijj; of a speak- Saint was put back ble. I stated, in connection with that motion 250,743 09. fairly given_ for this course imported tLaf-th
: ; ,
i er.Mr. again, to keep pace once more with her old acquaintance that I would not be bound by these resolu- It has been deemed proper, in view of the Compromise77 had nothing to do with the elec tl

;"I Campbell, of Illinois nominated Mr. Stevens the Gaston! These two old boats tions. [Laughter and applause.] In my judg large expenditures consequent upon the acquisition tion of officers of the House, and that this v& 1 be>:

i .f1 f Pennsylvania; and Mr. Jones, of Tennessee j hive now been carrvinor.. the--n mails_ _fnn__ _sovowtimonths _. ___ ment there were about forty members there.I .- of territory from Mexico, that the estimates not upon a those proper Peace occasion for passing judgment 11:
; did not count then. I will further say. that for the next fiscal year should be laid measures j1 but a stronger
; ?7' nominated Mr.Boyed, of Kentucky, for past with admirable irregularity, rarely, in the vote to lay the resolutions upon the table before Congress in such manner as to distinguish reason (nnavowcd) for the course pursued vu wit
the office of Speaker of the House of if ever arriving when due and which the general desire to soothe and
; ;j Repre- very seldom was on a division by ayes and noes, the expenditures so required from the conciliate
\ : sentatives. connecting with the Western mails. Last judge about one third were in favor of laying otherwise ordinary demands upon the Treas those brethren who, especially from the South,

- ; Mr.Jones, in proposing Mr. Boyed, stated Sunday the Matthews was due at 2 'clockbut them on the table. [rL ughter.] I wijl} say in ury.The had made so strong a fight against 'the Conpromises" : p,'
conclusion Mr. Clerk, that I deem it total expenditures for the fiscal on the occasion vf thefr enactment
1 S ., that he did so not because she did my duty next ,
he had been nominated not make Iter and who still
appearance on Sunday to have the regard them with
facts known
1 as they are. If I am years are estimated at S52,892, W919, of which very
t by the caucus which was held on Saturday or Monday, or Tuesday or Wednesday. On.. called a seceder, so be it. lam a Whig, have there i, required for the ordinary purposes of favor. There were also acme stray brethren

4 i night, but because he considered him a trust- Wednesday at 2 o'clock, the Gaston was due, i always been a Whig, and probably will ever the Governments other than those consequent<< from the North to be won back to the common to

worthy and staunch democrat. but she did not make her appearance till1-at be a Whig I mean to stand firmly where I upon the acquisition of Our new Territories, fold, and it wad wise to treat their errors- for -of

L : Mr. Brooks, of New York stated that the night and then came laden with always have stood. [Applause] I shall not and deducting the payments on account of the bearingly.: si(
the freightsand be bound However the fact
I by resolutions of others, passed public: dabt, the sum of $33,343,193 OS and tHat such a vote Lad been
.c. Whigs had held a caucus 11.is morning and had mails of her deceased consort, who, we beforehand. I mean to act standing upon my forthe purposes connected directly or ;indirectly given, on becoming noised abroad, created a Ne sp

\ passed a resolution agreeing to the compromise learn, found a watery grave near D3rien- I on feet in this House,and elsewhere.But with those Territories and in the fulfil- general buzz, and a tew Bigler Wbigs fancied ::

: measures and stated that This is the last ment of the obligations of the Government that it afforded them an opportunity fer:a mas-
, actuated by the same of the St. Matthews. The the richest part of the scene in the ter stroke. So sic
::1 contracted in an call ia
of anonymous appeared
1 I" principles which had been avowed by the gentleman Magnolia will take her place once more, and House was the figure cut, and the admissions the sum $9,549.101 consequence 11. their acquisition, tho Whig papers of to-day for a Whig Caucus voai

from Tennessee, he should vote for the we hope some other equally good boat will soon made, by our own distinguished Representa I If the vIews;ofthe Secretary of the Treasury in the Post Office Committee POODI at suet this

5- member he had nominated. supercede the Gaston. All will come right bye tive. When he left tho South, he tells us for In reference to the expenditures required for morning-at which hour many Members had fliLe:
: Mr. Meade, Virginia,viewed the and bye. We these Territories shall be met by" not finished their breakfast, and not a'few
resolution are no grumblers, but we really Washington, "He did feel it was to be his destiny correspond- tic
S1; which had been ing action on the part of Congress and utterly ignorant of the call. Sevcralwlo
passed by the whigs as a sort think we have some cause for to affiliate with the appro- had it Le
complaint. seen
Democracy of
the priations made in suspected in
I i of accordance therewith, there a cat the meal: ,and
ruse, by which to mislead the South and North and such will be sfai4: But all
St f Democrats as will an estimated unappropriated! balance in away. between forty and fifty convened th
saiihe. felt bound to rise and expose the fines KOSSUTII. stand by the Union and the Constitution as it the Treasury on the 30th June, 1853, of $20- -forty-two is the highvst number counted Ne(

.1 .55'5. Kossuth has arrived in New York, and we is. For he had observed in the 366,443, wherewith to meet that portion of by any one whom I have consulted-mi the
A discussion of course of his the public debt due on the first July Mr.D. Outlaw of N. C. was called to the Chair, .
'f some length ensued,in which may anticipate: that his reception was worthy Congressional experience that there following, with Henry D. .e.Jth
were more amounting to Moore of Pa.
t Messrs.Meade $0,237,931 35: as well as as Secretary. A
Brocks, Richardson, CabelI and of the occasion-worthy of the position which sound men upon this q estion in the Democrat priations which may be made beyond the any esti-ap- Resolve, approving and sustaining the Compromise -

: Fowler, took part, for the purpose of defining our country occupies in the eyes of the world. ic party than among the Whigs and he had mates.In measures "in this totality as a fin.litv.' 1,ry_.

S I the position of gentlemen themselves, and the and worthy of the principle which the great confidence in assurances for the future., But thus referring the estimated expenditures late was moved by Mr. S. G. Haven,'of our Stilt. shi t'
; party with which an account of our newly rnrtner of Mr- Fillmore PresidentToaddeus ,
t they are connected, relative man represents. the day he arrived acquired Territories, now am
I very in I
Washington the Stevens
may express the hope that of
Pennsylvania opposed
i to the Congress will
!I J Compromise measures, which however, No character in history occupies a position great Whig caucus assembled to endorse the cur with me in the desire that a liberal con- its adoption. Oric Fowler, of Massachusetts cat

I was cut short by Mr. Giddin, who said ample fuller of deep and peculiar interest than that I Compromise-the 40 members met, and fire of policy may be pursued towards them course, and moved that it lie on the table. This was vote! pro 1 1

; opportunity would be afforded for discussing allotted to Kossuth. Apart from the great Northern Whigs declared for the adjustment that every obligation express or implied, entered down;. wheieupon several :Members took tieir "itROt
E hats
tho subject, which had already qualities which Is it; wonder j into in consequence of their acquisition ; but over thirty of the eighty-five: Whigs
occupied distinguish the man-the wonderful any then, that Mr. Cabell changedthe shall be fulfilled remained and .
I too by the most liberal adopted them. They did not&t.
much -
J time illegitimately, and which would, and varied powers which he has exhib- determination he had formed, when he left for that purpose. appropriations tempt to nominate candidates, but broke en atter Ric

'I; 'he pledged himself, be repeatedly brought up ited, from his first appearance on the stage of home to join the Democratic ranks? Not at a sitting thirty or forty minutC'J. tot
I before two months elapsed. public life. to the hour of his nil-after ,At 12 the House came to order was
I departure for the such a demonstration of Whig TilE XOHTJIEnN 1VI1IGS AND and nomiaa-
t loyal- THE FUGI tions for npi 1
I- Speaker
J The votes were then taken for speaker,when United States, after his great moral conquests ty to the South, it was perfectly natural that TIVE SLAVE LAW.TheBoston of Tens proposed were and demanded. Major Polk tati

S 118 were cast for Boyd, and 94 for various in England-his position as the embodiment of Mr.Cabell should postpond, at least for a while, &atesmangives the fallowing synopsis a good Democrat and a eulogized good Compromise Linn Boyd uwz.I 3. Her

f other members among whom were Messrs. Evans the principle of European.;Liberty, now array. his resolution to join the Democratic ranks. of Whig sentiment on the Fugitive Slave I flereunon two or three Compromise WJgS, the

J f' and Bowie, of Maryland. ed in the death struggle with the principle of Law in the Northern States. Let Southern fancyi they saw an opening:rushed in-m1 edt can.

i 11;: The Speaker was then conducted the chair I Absolutism, which aims at nothing less than Charles 1. Cooper, Eq. Whigs read it and then say if they can coalesce talking own: especial the Representativt', lIon.J -Broot of a

t f by Messrs. Dinsey and Stanley, and was sworn the total extinction of freedom on the European We insert to-day tho card of this gentleman and with such a party in electing a President l"U1'y...__..._ 1 oy< Z&. loudest.Tote. or, He claimed that the WhS! ,.........r'.L
his '----- -
1 by Mr. Giddings continent-invests him co-partner, Mr. J3asing, who have associated Gov. Dinsmoor of New thirty odd( ic a priute :lndby'
t being the oldest member of with an interest and Hampshire,states the room, had placed itselfon Compromise
/.1 House. themselves in a law co-partnership! in the position of the while t"be grounds,
the He then, in a neat speech, returned raises him to an elevation of moral grandeur, Savannah. We city of democracy when hoys that adverse host had rejected the Compromise :-
; } learn that Mr. every consideration of 11 1
thanks for the which no diadem Cooper commences good faith and sound und stood nowhere.
confidence with which he had regal or earthly power could with policy requires that lIe called on the DenRic
fiatteringprospeets. Wo the latter host
hope that he compromise to come out
: been show
I honored. confer.It succeed in may should be sustained. The measures the their hands, let :
winning himself position of people know
Resolutions were then passed for is not of Hungary alone that the well as "golden golden profits as party in tho free states !is tho whig and not sail where they stood, &c., &C., ion ,
notifying great opinions, in his new location.- of this. exactly the reverse under the equivocal flag of rblSe
; S the President and Senate that the House was missionary is the advocate. He loves his na_ Though his residence is changed, yet he will nizes The New York Seward platform recog- and Preston King: blended with Gen B3111 minDen:
Jill t; organized; after which the choice of a Clerk tin land with a patriotic ardor, and he pleads tinue to practice in the Courts of East Florida, slave law.reagitation The N., Y.and Tribune repeal of the fugitive ly and of Linn the Free Doyd. He bIked quite contempto.u5- eter::

was proceeded with, which resulted in the her cause with an eloquence that touches every which the important facilities for travelling, now States constitution is "an considered says the Uuite which Soil Whigs as n small t.lctloa
I choice of Mr. Forney, who had 129 votes, Mr. heart. But he proves also that the cause of existing will readily enable him to do. The Albany Journal goes, further and compact? Law or be out now ot the swallow the FagitiTc 51411 n::
II J Walker 72, and there were more scatt irg.q Hungary is the cause of Italy, of France, of Contested Senatorial Election. that ."sacred instrument an "ATROCIOUS BABGAW. Richard? K.Mendo of Whig Virginianos-overed inty. ftT1 ttda

: Messrs. Glosbrcnner, Sergeant-at-Arms; G.rmany-nay, of England'herselfand he The United States Senate, on Wednesday, .. on the same Massachusetts platform ,whiggcry takes its place I forcibly, showing that the Northern'Democr5- 000.
with if
-. McKnew, as Doorkeeper, and Johnston as Postmaster invokes the spirit freedom, before it is too a select committee of five, to whom were appointed referred ry, amd supports for New York whigge- Yt not wholly pro-slnery, come far Dear be_ rno

I were then nominated and unanimously late, to arouse, to awake, and girt on the armor the Florida contested election. Tho members against the compromise.govcruor Vermont a man who voted Slavery Rig so than would the northern Whig, and that if part!: :
1 elected to fill for the of tho committee just re-elected whigs have not trust the former it had BO one ;
those stations. mighty struggle which is evidently< were selected by ballot, as the governor who signed allies at all... lIe
Tho House then ap follows: Messrs. nullifying the act analysed the vote in the Whig
adjourned till to-morrow proaching. This is Bright of Indiana fugitive slave
% law Caucus aid Tl
Y. 12 o'clock. at no dream of a visionary- Mason fVir- has ,and that governor utterly exploded the ilea ginia reaffirmed :
Berrien his South
: no phantom of Georgia, Davis nullification thrl'bees
a disordered, of Massachusetts aud doctrines turning to the Northern '
imagination the tie
but and Pearce whig legislature ; best Whigs as.
II'! of have
the Maryland. just champions
clear foresight htrf'mb1np ,., refused of Slaverr_
of by
a far- eeinff Statesman ; .. a
later From California to _renpni, *..v. ?- --*-* \:01. *
e Uichardson co
.r u
New TofiK Nov.30. The prophecy of Napoleon, that Florida Claims. Uov. Johnston, whom uu'ylng act.- side but of IIL followcj on the ascii
-The steamer CherokeeS "Europe must whiggery8upporte in paid his eronear
either The Pennsylvania respects here to
arrived at a late hour Jut night. She be Republican COIIIlC,"is advancing to correspondent of the Now York Times voted a bill to facilitate the CJuTRepreseutatin. He especially tT1 e'(
brings writing of the operation urged that: the Ne :
from fugitivelaw
;t San fulfilment. The Washington! and said York .Express, : are I
Francisco antagonistic under date that bad
dates of no openly Dot
November principles November allegiance ,
ti tat, 300 pas: now 30th, makes the was due to that law. claimed Fret-Soil runny years ,.
S sengers,and upwards of $2,500,000 in gold. arrayed against each other in the Old World, Tho Government following statement r Hampshire Amos Tuck,'whig member In New true 8upport'fvr the Wbigsu tit e:1s 1

The Convention for the division of Califor can never be at peace. till,one'or the other gain decided to appeal to has the as I learn this moment, gross addresses the free soil state convention.of Con Mt' Brooks anui.SlaveiExtension party ft1\d'tb&,'
nia into two States, met at Santa Barbara the mastery. The determination decision of Judge Bronson Supreme' Court from the In Ohio the'whigs.e by a coalition with' :. dodged the himself'oni] in'tho last" Congre, fiogBi
the in the the Tote
Despotic '
United soilers free on the
31st nit. District States elected otthe1'S-
Court gitive Sl'aT
1 Only four Florida Do passs&e
II senator '
: counties were powers to crush the the 'to '
reprt- upon Florida Wade congress. Law !
seated rising liberties cIaim& Treaty who F. That law
i and but 31 delegates of I says, "You know : WM stained a I'
j ,f were that or
present Hungary, and break down to the I am hostile _
The tho in/SlBi5 *
J Convention only barrier to compromise ? Northern Democrats, frienne"
;; adopted a Resolution measures and
f the line of proposing the advancement the Cossao GmhaDl'S fugitive law. I especially the Northern Whigs and but Beot
division '
I I to be run, along, the in the'north of M..zlnf.. regret to see a the three had ,
I northern boundary of Europe,' 'Is 1'hc number for anv,n ri of this state disp'ositionln found his way back to this Cea', but,
Montery sufficiently to '
significant January ,
county to the and must 1852; or this misQ engraftthe cothpro gress. Under such
,. .;. coast range, running, thence couth ,with arouse the" western nations monthly has made its popular measures, upon the doctrines or: the South circumst4nces. h. thought Jt re
to appearance The
I that a sense of and is partyJ', : would 1eUhe
: their
to aU that The N. whig Ne.
range a' point west of the its publisher : r. Tribune York gentbcinan from laveJjpli
ii 'I ,. northern danger.. Kossuth's promis d it should speaking: for 'tarr1 at JtrlcJro'
wonderful be. whigs of New the
boundary of Tulare Lake moral victories Besides 'au York a while before aocffh
IiI l1' thence east to the extra supply ,says the fugitive ling him
: I in ofsuperb 'fa aa a
/ lentleraiid -
northern England and those embefljhme an act Ye law
I I1','V part of Mid Lake, and thence in A that are to follow in the 112 pages ; i contains from which Christendomrecoils: counsellor. t
otliterary abhorrence ;
I I north-easterly direction to the eastern bounda United States, will produce,a profound Jmpres- otacknoft'lcdged iuattei'-by' American; authors ? ,and the.'h surreelonU with' Correspondence of the Evening Post =
the -Christiana .
of merit .A ts
State. at
ry This sion and Syracuse
I would Incladt\'Jn the on the. European mind and 'doub o.mmeneemen't.ottbo, sist it "are authori 'p'i WA3iIOiG1ODCC.1 Alaing.
southern section the bring forth numbers" In arncst. The *- -*: t 1851.,
S lA A& elos, San,Loufe counties Opispo Santa of San Diego, rcsaltf.that may influence the political destiny The whig of Massachusetts Doston"At1S1I;, ,' i> a ingJ' r.tJi results;, !hCf" of('the:\ > Ipresu.j jeha given you tlt,.") V Ut.(
Barbara "we ''
wcather.'for tare
the the
world tor JtL We rejoice to thai week, hu been against the infamous fugitive ns ne eQOC/atio. caucus on Mondayby Atr
,. see pleasanftor remarkably evening. an d the
\ S '*.* ,* .J. -< ;' S ,<;, the'euolL H' ,I whig, ; ratificatiol' of its procee lDl' eVeai
w party the
; "7 : ;' ''' .'" : .: proper Houseo.
i'r! : ,
J .. J ; ; ; .j.} f free, IOU partl.'l.f1Ze10 3S feat of nn'fl'ois main features were,'thede-- !he}
t<> make
1 "present the leading ineai90 ,' cr
; whig atetc'
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11 c1r ocrl: political 'friend: of'General Wm. 0. ( Arrived- ;wai ASaYannjh CooperBfc B sInger. -Kotico,. ,to Passengers.From .... : t I ''u"Q RE.I' .

$o3I Kentucky Speaker of the,House. have .J nis/iinorning,. :ve ATTORNEYS: .AT: LAW, ..Sayannali alatlto :n;". :, .
'ee rter.SOlUtLOflS Ytre presented at the lust!. the following items of! _news: iA t "- ..
.. Via la&?" Bntnsicick,.&.. Marys,Jacksonville, BOULTER & CO.
be t,B or certain southern among Tlr&bda Eledl.... ", WILL practice in all ,the CourUof the Eastern ,Black. Critic ndPjcolata\ AT.7 11lsToiiE FORMERLY" OCCUPIED,
P Cobb Georgia and General Foote ; Thirty-two counties ) .B*'
gin Democratic
a Pin
Mr of
1.1111- VxSslssippi. were most prominent: to pay off on Cass'vote,of 4,090. .. ca11tofflomdL'Georgia thom'- the Eastern Cir. To leave:Thursday,.2nd, October, at 4 T...0. HOLMES &"CO.rp .

'iJSSons recently incurred by them to certain France fi *1' Office on the Bay over the Republican'Reading o'clock, P. M. .t II UNDERSIGNED have opened; it the
'1rii t whigs who were anxious for an admisto Room. JL old .stand of T. O.JIolmcs.& Co., a new,
$ the democratic pirty. Messrs Toombs The excitement in Franco between' the President CHARLES., P. COOPER. Wx. S. BASIXGEK. RATES OF .FARE..REDUCED. large, well-selected' assortment of

y.D.. II';$to ; of Georgia pledged their whole and the Assembly still continues-the Doc 13. tf ., THE new and superior fast STAPLE, .DRT; AND FANCY GOODS.,

Sirttion,I am told,to the aupport of the dent4ce1$0 popularity of the President is increasing. Education.A ;-7"'" _. steam packet MAGNOLIA,P. READY-MADE. CLOTHING, HAP.D

rsht nominee if the compromise resolutionsadopted PHILADELPHIA Dec. 11-5.45 Mc.1IiELT'f, master ,will leave a* WARE' AND CUTLERY, SAD'
P. M.
YOUNG MAN abo.e. and continue to leave
recently arrived in Florida THURSDAY
every DLERY
Cabell of the STATIONERY
yen!; ; and one delega- The jury in the case ot Castner Hannaway for the benefit of his health,,wishes to engage Returning,:wHl leave Palatka eVory Saturday morn;
tion sUtrd to-day in the House, that he left hare: rendered a verdict of not guilty. Judge in private family as s teacher of the usual elementary ing at 8 0'lock, and leave Jacksonville., same eve- : BOOTS AND .SHOES,

"e1- '.with the expectation of voting with the (]rIel' charged the jury ,that the crime commit- branches. Or he would accept of a public nil.at 9 o'clock. < HATS AND CAPS, .

prrnmIfl that they would. make ted was not treason. school could one be obtained a suitable locality. For freight or passage having splendid acrommodations fooi1'ntrisfl'
i.. 'hiDe:1 Y, by adopting the onJY measure Terms moderate. state rooms. &0.. apply on board or to I CROCKERY AND O[,. S8-W.:\1tE, FURNITURE .

''.1. h wbitel JI:1rty for which he co&tinut\l to THE PAMPERO. Address ABC, sUite office of this paper. ." FERNANDEZ, BISBEE CO., PROVISIONS, &c.;
01"to flf tie dec 13 tf Agents at Jacksonville or IX 8I1OBT
WIT aU:1clment.Grntf'31 much exercised We hare just learned that the U. S.Court at .I ,M.ACO1LEtegtat5avaijnaj. Every thing to suit tho market.
also to
Foote 15 very I THE tl7Freghtptyable:: !
AFFLICTED.- by shippers.
ce do for his St. Augustine has condemned the FOR Cough Syrups Which will be sold reasonable terms
.0wb5t he is to whig friends In Pampero under Medicated for the Oct. 4,1851. tf upon as as
Cigarettes asthmatic
Oror that I the the they can be afforded for in tho Southern country.
He they should all Act
promised Neutrality of 1818 and also
flisispP1. and consumptive Pills for derangements
; Hepatic Customers would do well to call and examine for
be, bplizeJ:19 democrats on Saturday eveningind under the Revenue Law. She will be sold of the liver, spleen, &c.; Tonic From Jacksonville themselves, before ranking their purchases else

broucht into full communion with the par- about the.20th January: nut.I Sitters and Pills, for the dyspeptic; AntiJgic where. H. BOULTER 4 CO.
ttt-da1< : Instead of which, the great'Jtarmonjja Pills, Ointments, and Tinctures, for the relief of For Enterprise andlTIellonville. Jacksonville Oct 25, 1851. tf

wts quietly: :l on the table by eleven ma- nephritic uterine,'rheumatic and gouty pains; THE Steamer SARAH
pitr. Pantoet me Pills and Mixtures, for arresting: !&t SPALDING, having been newly E. L. IIAHRISON & CO.,
.. The vote could have been just as much larger speedily, (cito, tuto et jecunde,) mucous and fitted up will resume her regular On Bay street,fronting LedtcitK'tlriti.building
as tbe exigency: required. Besides the be- other discharges from the urinary organs J trips forthe, above places on Monday 26th insttouching .
"e. rtiel democrats of Georgia and Mississippi the Savannah Netcs. Styptics for uterine and other .hemorrhages; at all the intermediate landings and will JACKSONVILLE FLA.

tWnrge'l the passage: : of the compromise test Three Days Later from Europe. Antihydropical Ointments Ponders and P. lions continue punctually to leavo every Monday morn.
ta ing at 9 o'clock, connecting with the U. S. Mail Subscribers respectfully inform their friends
]b1, /paying off outstanding politicalob- ARRIVAL OF THE HUMBOLDT. for reducing dropsical swellings ; Cardiacal steamers to and from Savannah. For freight engagements THE acquaintances that thay have establish

iD.r. hgitions, there others who co-operated with Advance In Cotton. Pills, for diseases of the heart and purificationof or passage! apply on board, or to themselves in mercantile business in this place,

: then fqrthe purpose of breaking up the caucus ARRIVAL OF KOSSUTH.NEW the blood; Magic Tinctures, and Embroca FERNANDEZ, BISBEE 4 CO., Agents. and are now receiving and opening at tho store
sh after it became: certain that lloyed would be tions,for the speedy relief of nervous affections, Jacksonville, Aug. 23, 1851. its nJidste.We YOEK, Dec. 5, 10.15 A. M. especially those of females; Alterative Pills Goods Fancy Articles, Groceries Hard Ware
The steamer HumbolJt arrived this morningwith Boots Shoes, Hate, Car, Bonnets dc, 'Ac., with
Wec renovation of
neXt quote from the Rrpyllican and Ar- for the the constitution ; Anti- ENTERPRIZS
Rossuth, the illustrious Hungarian exile, HOUSE, every variety ofgooda usually kept in Dry Goods
PUts for and diarrhoea
Jed. gts,tte organ; of the Democratic party of Ma- on board. The Humboldt Havre on the 19th dysintcric dysentery ; Lake Monroe, East Florida. Store; which they offer for sale as cheap as theycan
Disinfectant and Prophylactic Washes the for-
( be purchased at market in the Southern
NOT and dates } any
brings the 18th.
Liverpool to
rrlaai mer secure against infection, and he latter country.Their.
of the and In the Liverpool Cotton market, Cotton was ./t-:4 THE Subscriber respectfully informs the
"1.1h Correspondence neutralize, by a chemical process, any conta- entire stock having been selected by ono
W'ASIIINGTOKDec., 1, le:>1.Ei in good demand, and prices had advanced an gious virus with which one maj chance to JFlf.public: in general that this house will be of the firm with much care and attention, and witha

bt-line Democratic members of the eighth (ijjd.) holders not being disposed to come in contact;) Colic Syrups, for children; opened for the reception of company by the 10th view particularly to this market they flatter
held convention in press their stocks upon the market. The salesof Diccutients for day oOctober.and intehda to give the business his themselves that they will be enabled to give entire
cuieof llepresentativr a tumors pimples freckles &c.
H the three days previous to the sailing of the ; strict personal attention. His table will be furnished satisfaction to all who may favor them with their
the House, evejin? before last, to consult and steamer amounted to nineteen thousand bales Salts, for sores; Unguents, for itch, sealdhead, with the best the country affords and no troub patronage both as to the prices and quality of their
'ree canlidates for the officers of Speak burns &c; Collyria for sore Dentri/ices 10 or will be to make
3:, opn of which took thousand eyes; expense spared an comforta goods They will be constantly receiving such ad-
er, Clerk, Sergeant-at-Anns, Doorkeeper and speculators eight and and Collutories for the teeth and gums; and ble who may call on him. ditions to their stock as the state of the market

Postmaster. Mr. Licharesoc, of Illinois, presided exporters two thousand bales. other remedies are manufactured to ord,r, on The mild and genial climate of South Florida may require and respectfully solicit a share of the

and Mr.F. P. Stauton, of Tennessee, act- Trade in the manufacturing districts remains chemical and pathological principles universally presents many advantages to the invalids in pursuit patronage of their friends and acquaintances.

eJ as Secretary.The unchanged.Rice .recognized by profession, and kept generally of health and no part of Florida presents a Arrangements having been msdein New York
in beat feeling prevailed on all aides.Ererj was in active demand,. but without on hand at the brick officer of more pleasant and agreeable retreat, than the bor- orders can,be supplied at the shortest possible no
ders of Lake Monroe.
tsas change in price. Persons fond of fishing and tice. E. L. HARRISON.
une acknowledged and felt that the restoration France remained quiet. I DR. BAKER, bunting will have every opportunity of enjoying J. P. SANDERSON.
of the old-fashoned Democratic party: to Opposite the Court House.: themselves' as tho woods abound with game, and .1,1851. octlS-tf
d The famous Lola:Montez is the I
:: :
among passengers
tie Federal next f.I1yas an inevitable the streams with fish.
' PRICE bottle phial box &c. direo
in the lIamb ldt. I per ,
01"I treat a/re
< lag would say. Everybody present felt and I in extenso with medicines Oct.4, 1851. 6m BAY STREET .
New York Cotton Market, 4.c. J1CKSONYLLE FLA.oj I
"Sre nwfcnd confessed that the Union was stvji- S5: in hand and from $5 to $100 (according
respectfully inform their customers
NEW YOEJC Dec. Oth :i. 10 P. IT.
al tiit there was: no more Union to sare; but while to contract and the nature of the case.) when BOARDING.THE WOULD the public generally that their FALL.

Id, this fact was admitted it was agreed on all In the New York Cotton market to-day, Friday -!I the cure is completed, or, in incurable cases, 444 SUBSCRIBER is prepared to accommodate STOCK OF GOODS Lave arrived, and are now

illit lindu there was a Uniom to preserve, and that there has been a good demand, which resulted when the relief promised is afforded. Special a number of Boarders, at his ready for the inspection of tho!c wishing to purchase

i I Ii the restoration of the Democratic party to power in the sales of 2,400 bales. The marketwas contracts made, in chronic cases, when desi- recently erected residence in the Northwest part oJ Good Articles et Low Prices. I

at the next Presidential election, was essential firm. red. Orders from a distance, with money en- the town the location of which is known to be Their stock consists in part of Dry Goods. almost -

to the preservation of that Union-nay, was There was a fair demand for Rice, and the closed, will meet will prompt attention. highly favorable to health and comfort from its el- every quality and name, from silks to kerseys

'e-; tbiolntely necessary to the accomplishment of sales made were from $3 to $2 50 per 100 lbs. Jacksonville, Dec. 13, 1851. tf evation. The HOUSE is just completed; the sleep fresh family Groceries HardwareTin ware, Wooden -
se his task. ing and other apartments being spacious and well ware, Boots and Shoe, Hats and Cap, of tho
TIEr. The JTscheme of Kossctb. finished; all plastered Ac. Ladies' Bonnets and of serviceable -
of dittting the Democratic Reception In Justice's Court. latest styles. a variety

ed. jurtj by setting up a rltig no pa'ty candidate! New YORK, Dec. 5, 8 P. M. Fast District of Alackua County. House On! tho where premises those is wishing a rood and Its advantages spacious Bathing and fancy articles, which cannot fail who to
Kttsxith Democratic members may auit the most varied tastes of the FAIK sex,
favor among of The announcement of KOSSUTH'S arrival by Smith & O'Brien, enjoy them with every convenience. arc especially invited to call.
"f1h Cures, and the calculation: of Mr. Toombs the steamer Humlctdt, caused quite an excite- vs. The furniture of the House is also entirely new,

that he could maintain an armed neutrality, mant in New York to-day. To-morrow Satur- John H. Lewis and wife. being just received from New York. ALSO,
produce a division in the Democratic ranks and Arrangements have been made to supply the table A select assortment of Saddles, Bridles. Martin-
as1t le called in to wnoehould be &C. day, his reception by the city authorities will Attachmfnt. with ample and excellent fare and good servants galls Collars,ctc.; Trunks, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas,
bs say failed. Democratic Speaker wisdom, take place, which will be a magnificent: affair. Sum sworn to, $50 00. Bond filed for 4100 00. have been employed to attend to the comfort and all that is usually found in any toro in thai

'tris laiaentahly mILE Defendants and all others interested arc ofguests.I country the half of which would bo"too numerous .
rillbe justified of her children: henceforth, as From the Savannah Georgian. JL hereby notified of the commencement of this spare no pains to render my House in all to mention."

te 1 it iris in days of yore. NEW YORK Dec. 6th. suit by Attachment, returnable to a Justice's courtto respects pleasant to thoso who make it their home, Their took having been selected by ono of th-
The following letter, taken from the sam be hcld at Newnarsrillc, in the county olAlachca and respectfully invite a call from citizens who wish firm and one well acquainted with the watt of "!
bJ.n The Cotten Market is unchanged. Businessis on the secocd Thursday in December permanent board, or strangers who may sojourn in the people of this section, they only say-
. japer,will te found worthy of attention: almost suspended next and they are hereby required to appear and in our hospitable clime during the winter months.W. :j-CALL4NDSEE.1

lt, Correspondence of the Republican .t Argus. The day has been beautiful and the receptionof plead to the same. D. WARD being fully assured thai none will go away unsuited ;-

.teen WAS l CTO'f, Dec. 2, 1S51. Kossutb, a magnificent affair. There were Given under my band and seal, this 17th day of Jacksonville Oct. 11, 1851. til either as to the quality of the goods or the prices .

The miserable attempt cf the administration 200,000 personS in the streets: as the steamer November D., 1351.THOMAS. asked for them.
J. PREVATT [us.] N.B.-All kinds of Country Produce taken In
3nin t> pro luce a division in the Democratic ranks Vanderbilt with Kossuth on board came up.- Nov 29. 3m Justice of the Peace. A CAIII exchange for goods at the highest market prices.

r- .f the House,at the opening yesterdays session Salutes were fired from the shores, forts and *& THE SUBSCRIBER having leased the Again, caLL AND SEK. Wo charge nothing: for

only recoiled upon the heads of the conspirators vessels of war as he passed up North river and Valuable Plantation for Sale. ..!iE3.wen-known house formerly kept by Mr. showing our goods.

who were led on by Mr. Brooks of down East river The wharves were lined with John Clark takes this method informing the cit D. M'CUEN .t CO.
a Sew Fork, and )Ir. Cabell, of Florida. vessels decorated. There was continual cheer- fa The undersigned offers for sale his valuable izens of Jacksonville and vicinity, that ho is now Oct 18, 1851. o

edin Mr. Jones, cf Tennessee, having: taken occa- ing while the steamer was passing. A national: ..=.:.;. tract of land lying upon Big Black ready to serve refreshments at any hour of the day -

:!. ion to announce to the Ileuss that he should salute was ffrcd from the South Carolina, which Creek, in the county of Duval, containing about from To'clcekinthemorninguzitii 10 at night; be In the Circuit 'Court:

: 'ote for:Mr, Bojed because he knew him to be was armed and manned. Kossuth landed at eight hundred acres, through which Little can furnish Lunch at the shortest notice ra: Cold DUVAL COUNTYIN CHANCERY. .
:IS Black I Creek to and empties into Big Ham, Beef Tongue, Pigs feet, Tripe Shrymps, Sar
the where drawn the entire runs ,
a ttithful Demoorat, a reliable man and the nntntliin Battery were up dines, Fish &c. he has had and Wines Archibald H. Cole Complainant, and )
. ; Liquors !elected -
; enemy of Whiggery, and not because Military of the city. lIe was greeted with the Black Creek. There are about fifty acres of by good judges in New York and paid the Francis Richard and John S.S aiamis, >

..13V te was the nominee of Saturday.night's convention most enthusiastic cheering. An address of cleared and improved land, and about seven highest; prices for them, and has he thinks Wines Defendants. )

and Mr Carter, of Ohio having observed welcome was made to him by the mayor. by hundred and fifty acres of first quality Ham and Liquors of the first quality; also Porter and Ale IT appearing to the Court upon affidavit that
:'0ld he should Tote for Mr. Bojed because he was whom he was introducec to the people. hOSe mock land Swamp land, and Pine land-, Gentlemen will please call and judge for themselvesand Francis Richard one of the said Defendants

ill that \r.! Jones said he w.is, and was besides suth attempted to respond, but the noise rendering the Swamp'land containing large quantities of speak of mo as they find me. No pains will be resides within the State of Florida but without tho
::]- the nominee it impossible he had to desist. the very best materials for cypress shingles.The spared to please all who may favor me with a call. limits of the Eastern: Judicial Circuit: On paotiori
of that convention Mr. Brooks of ,
:::1e said tract of land consistof S. S. TYLER. McQueen McIntosh, Solicitor for Complainant,
The the buildings upon
New York, ruse an;J informed the assembly that procession moved up Broadway, Jacksonville Oct. 11. 1851. tt I It is ordered That the said Francis Richard do
house kitchen
house smoke -
1dr lie Whig members oflthe House, having adopt- streets of which were filled with people-the a dwelling I appear and rlc d. answer or demur to said Bill

<1 the compromise in all its parts at a caucus houses covered with flags, banners, mottoes, houses, &o, &c. There are also two good Boardingatfllandarin. within two months from the data of this Order, or

A. that morning, as a final settlement of the slavery &c. The procession was three hours in pass- wells of excellent water. The situation is high said Bill will bo taken as confessed against him.
:I-: ing. and healthy, and, lying immediately upon Big Itt also ordered. That tho foregoing order bd
question ought to be entitled to the pritirfje ATHE SUBSCRIBERS
would inform the
{. Black Creek, up which steamboats run four published in one of tho public gazettes in said cir
of their nominee for the Jlauhj that they have taken
having Speaker- (! the weUknownnO.RDING week for two months.
times a week. and return it possesses every cuit once a
e" slip,Mr.Stanley,elected in pbce of Mr.Boy ed; Dec. 7. desirable facily for transportation., There is HOUSE at Mandarin Duval county THOS. DOUGLAS, Judges
ud mere especially because the Democratic Kossth was serrenaded last night by 300 five Fleridaformerly kept by Mr. C. Read and that
also Post Office at Garey's Ferry, about
nncub: of Saturday: had not endorsed the compromise Germans. a they are prepared to accommodate comfortably all I, ISADOB.E V. GAR-SIE' Clerk of the Circuit
.11J in Its ?' miles above, on said Creek ; and good roads in who may wish board, by the month or otherwise- Court of Duval County,Eastern.Circuit of Florida
af a "finality totality.
and around the immediate section of country. Charges moderate. correct
This do hereby certify that tho foregoing is a
impudent announcement was received jUatfnt Journal. The country around is well adapted to grazing PETTY k ACOSTA.Nov. I I copy of the original order on file in my oface. '
il'S tb snouts of laughter on all Bides of the 22 1851. 3m
cattle and raising.hogs, the range being excel L V. GArvXIE. Clerk.
. House: but Mr. Meade, of Virginia, and Mr. lent. I will sell the said tract of land upon August 23, 1851. 2m

..t.C ticbardson, of Illinois, held up the movement PORT OF JACKSONVILLE, 13. reasonable terms, and will make perfect: titlesto New Boarding House -..e .
::0 the reapprobation of every honest man.: ItT DAVIS FLOYD.
the same.: Great Bargains !
nothing more or less than a design to break The U.S. Mail Steamer St.Matthews arrives November 29, 16i1.'Burial. Ir' THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully I

:1t '?the Democratic party and to form a Consti- at Jacksonville every Sunday, from Savannah, .iEJLrorms strangers and residents that he has just THE Subscriber wishing to devote hi'J attcA- I

fetional Union party to make Mr.Webster Pres- and leaves every Tuesday morning.U. ftoiice. opened his new house at the corner Monroe. and exclusively to his profession offera

.lS idput, an 1 Mr. T(iamb! Vice President. But arrives PERSONS hereby forbidden from !in- Ocean Streets for the reception of boarders. He for sale on accommodating terms, his lands and
S. Mail Steamer Wm. Gaston eve- are
IJ.S :"ie joke of the matter was irresistable, when itae : ALL in the burial groundon will receive boarders reasonable terms, and use lots adjoining the.town or Jacksonville with all
and leaves more eorrpses
from Savannah any .
Wednesday, exertion to make them .
, out that: the Whig caucus!, which endorsed ry the hill near tho Episcopal Church in the town every comfortable.A.. theirimprovements. There are on these land*
Friday morning.
1 the compromise, consisted of a bakers dozen every of Jacksonville, as the sameismy private property Jacksonville Nov. 15 1851. tI' two strong Chalybeate Springs, which, yield a. v -
3.., 1f1piri:1! ;gentlemen. who have been formally Steamer Magnelia arrives from Savannah on and has never been conveyed anyone else for copious deposite of hydrated peroxide of iron..

a :"al out of the great Whig party of the North, Friday, and leaves Saturday evening. the use of the public. All further trespasses on Florida House For Rent They are assimilated in their medicinal properties

.. :3ri who can never get back to Congress again Steamer Welaka arrives on Saturday, from said lot will be resisted, as I am determined no others longer to the Brighton and TurnbriJgespnnga.
, to have my property appropriated */ THE above well known HOTEL situated England and the D alston and Be Jftrd :
7 Whig and leaves Sunday evening. springs
votes! Savannah
DOGdhTr.Nov. St.
,- with impunity. MARIA fi in tho city of Augustine, being in
Mr. Meade, of Virginia, put forth the right$ Steamer Sarah Spalding leaves for Lake 22, 1851:) : 6m l perfect order is for rent, for one or more o fthis country. Also a spring of the coolest -

ot Democratic' sentiments on tbe occasion,and Mr. Munroe on Monday, and returns on Thursday. years,with without tho furniture. common water to be found in this section ef :

. /icaardjoa, pf Illinois, declared that this Uncan Notice to Creditors. Juno H, 1851. tf A. II. COLE. country; brick yard,with one Hall's patient
, be the adZinistratIon Custom HOllse.EDtrmL demands the machines ready for operation-the only one fa
,] only preserved by confiding Taltn from the Records of the PERSONS having against
0. of the federal government to the ALL Rebecca E. Read, late of Duval Administrator's<< Notice. this vicinitywhere the demand for bricks is

1 Democratic party, whose principles were in County deceased are hereby notified to present MONTHS AFTER DATE we will great and rapidly increasing,-Also,a framed
;- 8-Brig Maria Wilder,Coffin :N Y. SIX : kitchen stable and carriage house and
:1't Derail hostility to Whig principles.C Brig Frederic Eugene, Flinton, N Y* them to the undersignfd within two years our accounts and vouchers to the fitted for twelve, two
dwelling home
from the date of this notice, or they will bb Hon.Judge of Probate for Columbia county, story rooms,
I Cleared.
: ? The majority for Wood Democratic can- in such made nearly completed. Also number of eligible
forever barred by the statute case Florida.for a final settlement, and ask a discharge
-kte for Governor in Ohio, is from .OOO to 30- 8.-Sch'Judge Tcnncy, Tootbake N Y. and provided. from the further Administration of the building sitesand garden lots,within a mile of

1 toO. The for Gov- ANE the Market house, unsurpassed by any in this ;
, separate Free Soil candidate 1 MALCOM McG. Estate Archibald Ilogans, late of said coun

-- !nor got about 16,000 vote Tho same third j jWj Wanted to Hire, Administrator.. ty deceased, of .which all persons interestedare vicinity. apply to \ )

t (properly called the Abolition party, elected BY the month 'or year, 8 or 10 able bodied' Sept.13,1851. 3m desired to take notice For further particulars J08. S.BAKER., t tlacbolTiUe
hands white or colored. For such good 11'gel1l'ill &- Z. IIOGANSAdm'r.J. .
., te Senator and two Representatives. be given and prompt p&ylnu.red.ALSO. Eastern Circuit of Florida. .'ROBERTS, Adm'x, Sept., 1031. If. I

,, The pickpockets of London are now-doing a CIRCUIT COURT for DUVAL COUNTY Aligator Fla, May 17, 1SS1. 6m THIS SIDE '
wiving business j they haa small box of FOR SALE on accommodating terms a BrickYard Bill of Complaint.Francis .
build. In Chancery- -
'eta concealed about them, and when they see with its fixtures a number eligible Executor's Notice. '
Iota improved ditto, Garden, Farmand Gaines, J1 -ICSI- 9l ;
ing one 3D-AV
, 'couple of ladies walking or standing togeth- timbered lot, of any size from 5 to 50 acres, all in vs. NOTicE IS HEREBY GIVEN; That six r '\1l01PIn .t. iiuuosr
) :roue of them steps up to knock way from the immediate vicinity of Ja.cbooviUo-Applyto Samuel Turner and Jane R.Turner,his wife. from date, I shall apply to the lIon. f
:*e dress of the ladies be The ladies JUKER. Probate of for final discharge 's 1Jo.Jd! IlVtIm ta pies
r a large J08. S. IT appearing to the satisfaction. of the Court lIon. Judge of Duval county, ,a -
are naturally alarmed at seeing the bee so 'Jacksonville, Dec. 13, 18.51. tf I- Thomas Douglas Judge,presiding, that said from Administration of the Estate of aBlaI'-iiiaiit: siiciris .
t" 4 ta.r them, and in tbe confusion of tbe moment, Defendants reside out of said State, motion of C. Matthew H. Philips, late of said county of Duval, r 1lu;< : IfjlM 'S3IUS: :=>OllD 'NUO $;

. 5iily fill into the Notice. E Solicitor for Complainant, deceased. ALBERT G. PHILIPS, ; 'ajzq, EoY:
. J the arms of others of light P. Cooper q., Executor.. plll1 "LfJ11Ner."Su.4. [ ItJt .N4'
6m .
wgtred party who fleece them. WEEKS after date,'the undersfcned will ap It ii Ordered"; That publication of the filing of August 23,1851. .' -,: ''I 031V "-
to the Judge 'Probate for Levy' county said Bill ofComplaintbe made in some newspaper ; '
BaTHE, the French dramatic author, was for Letters Administration on the estate of John printed in said Circuit, for the time 'prescribed by' Administrator's 'Notice,' ; leg' u.U1 a 1111mb isaq apeq oot

L 13xrkable far selfishness. Celling upon a Goree deceased.; ,.JOHN A.; BEGGS. t tWekyeya the statute in such cases made and provided. CJIX.MONTHS'after date,'I win Relent a.- "ami/I- UOJiWIoqt ;gq tumt 001 '
, 6w It is further ordered, That said Defendants be, my f.lard nqA1wb 'lit ,0 .l;!TtJ1Intt
'nd, whose opinion he wished to have on n Dee. 13, 1851. 3 count as Administrator of U e Estate of David "
r' Sew and they are hereby required appear and answersaid deceased to the H 'I'pU aaqru'l 00001 *
Silcox ,
Judge of Probates for ,
| comedy, he roan: him in his last moments; within four months from the OcOO'Og
. Bill
. "">.notwithstanding proposed to him to hear ? $Calvin Oak, date of this Complaint publication, or,tho same shall be takenas Duval county,, and ijjc for a final, settlement and bt:oagu.tssa>> : 1U1 anVIl '
allowance of ttb and of from
r i,red. 'Consider," said the dying man,"I ,GUNSMITH,AND MACHINIST. confessed against them. the Adm&btration same.(said, Estate.t my.-.discharge' ., : NcYos 2T2ff-1edp&TOoU1ZUt: -

\ Dot more then an hoar to live" -Aye," permanentJyIocated himself at Jackson Witness, the Hon.The*.Douglas,
J&*time.4 Berthe, "but this will occupy' only half. HAS Eo F. ljeisprepredtodoaflwOrkin State of Pforida,' County of Duvat:' August 18, 1851. Cut Old Iron Brass and: ,Copper WaiitedLPERSONS.go1d 1
the Gunsmith line, both in repairIng and ,- .
aa::== '" i turing. He 'ha*, a new. process of RIFLEING, I hereby certify that the abort order It a true and --- Iron,Bras*or coir

.JABBIED..1n Jacksonville Sabbath eve- which far surpasses the usual .method.' T08 correct copy of an order on file in my bffiee, this. Notice. dispose of will:find-,
,lOg,Dec.7th,Mr. MORTIMER JL, GonniK on ,to.Miss wishing can have them made ,to order .All; machinery 20th November.. ,1851. ,. I. V. OARNJE SIX WEEKS,from date;thatt apply to the Hera- te*Cfwe; for all they can bring,at the ForBY *-}
.t. *'*cixu RTAJT, all of this place. and gun nithlng entrusted to,his care will I *Clerk Circuit:. Court Duval county. Judge Probates: of.Alachua. county. ,*Jacksonville, lolL, an tl receive liberal -
close 'Nov 22. 4m Florida, for Letters Administration on the estate .-. -- -
A.tl'1C&IQL receive prompt attention. :Tie hopes application prices fox* the same. "
'. Grore ner this town,'on Thursday William Standby; laU'of said COU1lt de- .
I sh&reofub1io pat. :
merit r '
tr business a
.. ::''ln& 11th in L, by Rev Mr Ley Mr George to JOBPBffJTILfG eeasod. -''* .... MSAIAH ILOYD. t GEORGE HOONET. Proprietor. .
'" .. of eorgia, to Miss CymenthU,V Winter, of ...a IU.NOT.'J 1861. fir 7-xT. U.
): zonTi1Is DeetmberG 18L: :* tf EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE. NC1t11A1J Ti11.. ,
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I 1'IIE; NEW ;U' .X. ,: S s g"AR D 1f s 1"p- ., ,":', ifD S .. -r- 'eel and all auibsppytossy three that JMBotUea J Otit'a....

I t r IS pvblisliea'everj SATURDAY, at 3sCk$0fl MedicIne ChlldreD-hopiDl7 -
r i AUl ,IQ tii. C.untyofluvaI, and 8t.teot Fl rid.; .. i Jj. '' tAWNOTICE. 'V0 that all that may may be affiIcteeIwjth genenlI,: t1b

BY CHARLES BYRNE. "; MOST cINAND: SAFE MED cia. may haven certain and ,
; ( i 01. tr l c per '. FOR THE CURB op' Yours trnlJAMELATfl1, '. 'l,


,YELTX LtVJl'GSTO i, EdIt.r. flAVItG receled&oniNow York. IUPP)1 or ieiuriedjut; jo ed himielf In Chronic Dfarrhwaand Pilot St.,JohDl ,.

I I Type and otherinatek.laauitable for Job Printing HAVING will resume the practice othi.'prof .I WhicA has reef, beeis Presented to Ill,pulJlie.- Ii ,To E. PolDseU, :Esq. 1al.'! ,
:! TERMS : ion throughout the Eist i1i Cifeuit Florida taw its O1tJl merits,andneedi*opvffing.
'We are bOW prePared to execute, at the shortest no- and In the Spremo Com ofaaid State.ALso upon : Jacusonvu.r.u J'une,9thl t >
I TRIttl DOLUR' rx& A1U31 Ill flee, aU hd 'otPamjhIeb in the V.S.District Court for the North. I I ar IT BAS NOT FAILED TO'CURE DC' ASINOLR Dear Sir:' I hare used Jour IDdi ja Lal

I :7Adyeldselnefltl: will b.inserted on the follow- Circulars, em District or same, and will prosecutec1iIm5.h0: INSTANCE.LI1T IDmy family, and haTe toundIt.'et'J'a ,. '

I f ingterm.: Law Blaaks, Hand Bills, fore the 18 Departments, 1851. at WaIjgton.Oct. 1 UI Valuable, preparation is compounded !I Itho'Wilds remedy for Dlarrhcea. I tate great'pl

: One dollar pet .quare .Ctweh.e lines and under Business. Crs, Show Bills, : ----- from several medicinal roots growing in In re -ommending.lt to the public. -

; : j the fir.t insertion, and 15 cents for each lubsei Visiting Cards, Bills .f LadIng, of Florida. It is .UULY and waOL- Refectru1l1. J. E. TOWNSEJD.

; Tojearlj advertisers a liberal dise Labels, c 3cC., .c., .c. J.. bertBaker.ATTORNE.y' LY Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the Egbert Esq. .

i .uentlmOD.will be made.I Q7.All hill,fOf' cLerk ofthis. kind,to 1 paid 0" 4- CO IJNSELLOR. 4TLA W; cure of the above disease. The Innntcr aDd JACKIOf1'JLLE
I count JUfJfII7.' t June ,June
u. that it is in- 27.1
convinced an
J :::7AU advertisements must bl paid for be for.100 JACJtSONVIW, E. FLA. Proprietor Is tully Dear Sir: I am entirely relined oi
the that he
: customer. B1 reCerring.to Joseph S iaker m" D'JpB.ACTmONZ1 practice lathe Courts oribe Eastern In. valuable Medicine. In fact test plaint, thanks to you for :Jour "INDIAN 7 co 0ECUS'r
: .enion,unless by a regular WILL Circuit, in the Supreme Court at; has given it in the,town in which he resides, it IS the best I haTe LOX

I :) r tenos,tbe requisite sum may be alMnained 01' Jacksonville, and in the, United States ,District and the astonishing lucc sl1fith which it has I disease,and I in eTer used I.,&1,

: and. transmitted with the advertisement. MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY, AND SURGERT. Court for the Northern Distriot or Florida met, "arrants'him 'saying that it Is a POSI. CeelhaPP1 recommej51

Advertisements not marked with the number OFFICE on the corner otMarket and Fdsythstreet. Having an efficient and reliable agent at Wash.lngton TIVE CURE. Be has therefore come to the; the public. Yours truly,

the he wm prosecute claims against the United ;it ,within the reach of GEORGE C01JL'ttI.
efinsertions required,will b.continued nudiforbid opposite Courthouse.Jacksonvme determination to place .
States before Congress and DepartmentJ alWashington. i To E. Poinsett, Eaq.JACRSONV1LL.
and charged for. Oct.18,1851. U all, knowing bow many snfler this Tef1

;UFi", dollars will be charged rer an announce- Being permanently located at JacksonvIlle, he, unpleasant and, often dangerous Disease,par ; July 30, 1851.
I, its orcandidates for oftice Notice. will give his entire and unremitting attention to his, ticularly.in the Southern and Western States Dear Sir: I haTe tried your very 'alU,
me profelllion, and aU business entrusted to his care. In purchasing my INDIAN LOXECUST bt Medicine for Diarrhcea and find it by

ILl ODe square,for SiX Months, I I $10 00 THE UNpER5IGND for the PRACTICE, having OF formed MEDICINE a Co-, lie will also attend to any.business as particular and look for my written signatureon the best and safest cure for this dangerOlla'i'1Io fart5

: Notice to Debtors and Creditors, : : 1 00I respectfully offer their professional services to the NOTARY PUBLIC f' COMMISSIONER the labeL ease that I haTe ever known or beard of. 11

: Application for Letters 0 CAdministration 5 00 citizens ofJaeboDvilJe and its vicinity. Appointed by the Governors or the ollowing I refer the public below to a few certificates little daughter,aged about two Jean, !lad,j.,

,. .; o .. {tr: Alireligious notices will be inserted g&tui.UJ13. J. S. MURDOCH M. D. States to take Testimony Affidavits, and Acknowledgmentl selected from among. many received from respectable : tered 10nt and was reduced to almost i airl..

R. P. DANIEL, M. D. to be used therein: citizens or JacbonT l1e. tOt. tried part ot n Bottle of your B'Dt.

.I nr::: All adtlUssable personal communications will Oftice on the comer ton directly HOUle.OcL North. otthe BumDg- Maine, North Carolina, Virginia, EGBERT POINSETT.' AN LOXECUST and it has acted like I chsre

j t charged u advertisements. 25, 1851. 3m Vermont, South Carolina, Mississippi, P. S. Planters should Dot be without this the child is D 'W' improving and may! be ItQ,ij,

or: AlibI!!. for Job Printing.must be paid on tbede1ivery New York, Massachusetts, Georgia, valuable Medicine. Every family ought to by those who do not beUne. Repectlal1y
Delaware, Pennsylvania, Alabama,
it on hand.A.M.REED A. V. COLV
of the work. s. N. .flfigCOMMISSION m Maryland, Texu. Nov 1-tf keep J.
J principal Agent for Jackson To E.Poinsett, Esq.
or:: All communications must be addressed to MERCHANT -

I the Editor, postage psi4.t JACaSONVILLE, FLA.. Felix LivingstoD, Tille.Jacksonville, August 16, 18)1. 11' JACKsoNvILLE, E. Fla., thy[ 17 1851.
Sir This
\ 4TVO.RiEY AT LAW Dear : ma1 certify to you tIialhij
constantly on hand and for sale a ,
KEEPS a girl suffering undera
'f t, A NEW SOuTHERN: ENTERPRISE J assortment of .. J ACJtSONVJLLE, FLA. Notice. Diarrbna, and that he use of severe one attack bows .t

I COUJtAGE nOME TALENT GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, April 6. tfii Directions for using Poinsett's Indian Loxe- preparation called Indian Loxecuat efecttaDl s I:
C cust will be found on the inside oCthe wrapper cured her, and I 'W'0'11d tAke this method ot"
and will.el t them lower for lVUlt than ]
The Illustrated they can be each bottle. Where there is fever attend. commending it as a. very valuable
on ffJiciD"
f Family Friend, bought elsewhere in the South. Whit Smith k 1st O'Brien,
A new and-elegant paper, published at Colum. Country produce take in exchange, at liberal lug the disease, a purgative should In every Yours truly, JOHN BRANTLy ,
biB, South Carolina, and prices.Sroan case be used before the Lozecust. Should ST. NICHOLAS Flit.
July 31 1
EDITED BY S. A. GQD1IAN, corner ot Union and Fonrth streets tor- ALLGATOR, COLUMBIA CoUNTY, EAST FLoaIDA.I. there be a tendency inflamation,purge moderately Dear Sir: This is to certify that two, 1851. I Iofyour

) !olicits examination: anti challenge comparison merly owned aDd occupied by Mr. Sos Armstrong. Whit Smith, Office at Alligator. and give the Loxecust in smaller doses fedicine called INDIAN Bottles 1
with Northern Jacksonville, Oct. 25, 1351. LOXECUS
any paper. lyWm. than the dose.A .
M. 'Dritn Office at N ewnansvil1e.Iby average has cured
n is a largo sheet, magnificently printed upon I permanensty two or our NrgufItt ,t

pplendid paper, contains! Original Tales, Sketches, m. Lawton k Co., 31, lSI.. tt a severe Diarrhma. I.take pleasure in reeolD- t
\ News, Poetry, Agricultural Articles, and whatever FEW MORE OF THE IANY CERTIFI- mending your valuable ledicine-as ,be 1
:, I, else that will interest FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS CATES. r
intelligent community; without doubt one oCthe best and 8areshm C:

beside, four elegant engravings each week. No. 13 Southern Wharf Charleston, So C. McQueen McIntosh, From Reo. I. Sivarts.Jacksonville dies for this disease that I have heard orset .
per annum address,
S J. GODMAN & J J LYONS 'W),. M.LAWTON, WK. M. TAYLOK, ATTORNEY LAW Nov. 12, 1851. Yeurs truly, t
R.WAINWRIGHT DACOT, JOSEf! T. DILL. Mr. Poinett-Dear Sir: I take pleasure in expressing W.O.McINTYRE.t
Columbia, South Carolina. LL attend the Circuit Courts in the
Sept.6,1851. 6 WI to you my approbation of your Indian To E. Poinsett, Esq. t
Eastern Circuit; the United States Loxicust 85 afamily medieine. I have used it with '
Notioe. District Court at St. Augustine; the Supreme good Dccess. Yours, tfully, }

L i STEAM Sit JV-MILL FOR Boston k Gunby, Court at Tallahassee i and prosecute Claims for L SWART.

r SALE. COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL citizens in any part: Florida against the Government From Rev. John C. Ley.Jaekionvill4 NEW S TOR E. :

'"HE SUBSCRIBER offers for sate, on rea- COMMISSION MERCHANTS; at Washington, either before Congress Nov. 11, 1851. New Goods at Lo\v PrJt1.

t' .I. sonabte termshis, STEAMSAW.flIILL CORNER BAY AND .JEFFERSON STREETS, or at the Depnrtments.Jjr Mr. Poinsett-This will inform you that for scv- sTIlE

:: AND JIACHINERY, atGareY'sFerryDu_ SAVANNAH GA. ADDItESS, Jacbonville, East Florida. oral years I: have suffered much at different times SUBSCRIBER would respectfully I '&. torm
val county, Florida. The Engine is 20 horse from Chronic Diarrh a. I have tried your Indian the citizens JacksonYil1e and ilt f
11 18)0)
, power, 10 inch cylender, 3 feet stroke, and 2 JoaN OSTON. I Jolts H. GVBY. May it Loxecust, and received an entire relief and have surrounding country, that he hasjast receiT,

't boilers 24 feet long, 36 ire. diameter All in Nov. 1,1851, 6m no reason to doubt its being permanent Believing I DIRECT FROM
:, i it to be which I to the I NEW'YORK,
complete order and Oscar Hart a duty owe afilicted present B
ready for immediate
: : !! It has also a. corn mill attache.1. use. Goddin & Webb, .! yon this certificate, which you can use a. you per schooner Teneriffe, a choice assortments!
t- : f nnd The Engine CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS ATTORNEY -AT LAW, think proper. I will also say, that in convening

I For term Mnchincry will be so ld separate, if desixed. JACXSOVILLZ. (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) with many who have used your medicine, I have Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard. ,
,\ : ; apply to me at Palatka cr to not found one who did not receive relief:
agent, Jas. n. Cole. my WOULD respectfully inform their fellow-citi- X7ILL practice iu the several Counties of JOHN C.LEY, Ware, Crockery, &c., &c., ':

of Jacksonville and the surrouDdiDg V V the Eastern Circuit ot Florida, and attend Pastor Methodist Church,acksonrilJe. which he '
COLE. offers for sale
s. AL. at the lowest priCes
Palatka FIn.,May 10 18)1. country, that they are prepared to execute work to the collection claims against the U. j
U in aU the various branches of their profe8lion with States for Military Services,and for Horses lost MANDARIN, FLA., Oct. I, 1851. FOR CASH OR COUNThY PRODUCE,, 'Wat
! neatncss and Dear Sir-Somo time since I wu on a visit
and near
dePpatch, determined
To Post are ,through or other property lost destroyed by troops in and the store formerly occupied by Mr. IL.: U
' Masters-Post Office experience and business habits,not to be surpassed said .. your place, wu suddenly taken very ick.-
service Your Indian Loncwt Harrison, Bay street. Particular ii
Stamps by any establishment the country. was recommended. The attention ,
f lIE Also,claims for Pensions disabled Soldiers, friend that I was visiting-happened to have a bottle called to his large and elegant assortment ,11
I : undersigned, Postmaster Pleasant Grove, SASH, DLINDS, AND DOORS, or the Widows and Orphans of dece.lsedSoldiers. orit in the house, and I wed it, and take pleasure Ladic '

i i in the AlleghaDY'Co.U. S. who Maryland,w48the first person as well 88 the more enlarged branches or building, Also, claims for Bounty lAnd to officers and in informing you that it cured me. I am averse to % BOII lets, ,

; iively to pub1hh the conceived idea and undertook exun.i will meet their strict attention. Terms as accommodating soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans ot decd. having my name in print, but still, for the benefit of the latest and most approved style and b. .(1,
t ti of supplying aU of. as possible, and aU orders will be ish.
fits with post punctually omCers and soldiers. or those that may be afflicted, yofi can publish this Also, to his bclutifulstock ofGENTLEMEA'SHATS
cheap stamps.U stamps made by him attended to. A share of the public patronage it think it 'J><
; ar"wa.rrente equal or 8ope.1ior to any other that i respectfully.oIicited. Nov. 1.-1y Also, will give his attention conveynncing, Yours nece88ary.with READ .MAM P
.I4 ; can be procurod at the same prico, and whenever .- to examining Tites and Records,and assertnin- SUSANNAH IlARTLEY. CLOTHING! BOOTS, SHOES, ff. d(

4, tory any,arc dtiplicatct sent out mall in any be way forwarded detective or unsafu! e- American and Foreign Agency, ing claims to Lands. Dr.E.PoinJett,Jacksonville, Pin.GRATnLLY Can and examine, before purchasing eIae- !
on notice
with- AIl business entrusted to him .
will meet with where. d
out cha.rge. AU who order CITY OF WASHINGTON D. ?4'CUEN & CO.
a 8et or stmps, WITH HILL, Oct. 20, 1851.
CHANGE FOR. DATES, a.t Two Dollars only-for( UN D E R the direction AARON nAIGHT prompt i and all instruments ot wri- Dear Sit-your Indian Loxecust GOOD media Jacksonville, May 2, 1851. 11 f(
thirty piooes-shall) be kept in stamps adlibitum. PALMER of New York. and WORTHING ting will be executed by him with neatness and cino. Some time since.I purchased a bottle from }

Address ""Post Master, Pleasant Grove, AIJegan1 TON GARRETSON SNETHEN of New Orleans, despatch.. I A.M.Reed, Esq. your agent, and gave it to one ot Plantation d
Co. 1Id. Attorneys and Coun.ellors of the Supreme Court of JacsksonvilleJnn.25, 18H. tt my negroes that had suffered very much from a severe for Jf
J.P' k. Any editor publishing the aboT't,(and this notice) the United State. attack of Dysentery.- It cured him. Soon ale. 11

i ', .: 3 times, and sending a copy of paper, shan receive I This establishment iJ formed for the following Fraser afterwards I had another negro attacked with the I WILL DISPOSE OF, fttpriT3teJlb
pay in WOOD LETTERS,whenever twice the amonnt. bjects: Philip same dise&e. I purchased Another bottle, and it JElLsale. my PLANT4TION the..... ;
of the Bill is I ordered;-or, it cured him al.o. -a
preferred A.TTORNEY co
en. practicing law in the John's river at the mouth
Supreme Court of
of JoJillgto
graying will be furnished
to order, or, an the United I: do not hesitate a moment in
engraved States recommending
newspaper head, and andconductiDg profelSional buines. JACKSONVILLE FLA., Indian creek, sixteen miles above Jackson'dUe. the tr
; design, of the value of Fin s beror.Congrel8.! your Loxecu.st to the public, as being the situation
DoUars. June 14 0 attend to most certain remody for is known to be the most beauhfulci ,j
1851. 2. For the prosecution and or all WILL any professional business Dysentery that I have ever
4, in law or eqUity, against the recovery United States claim before, to him in the Courts ofthe used or heard ot If you see proper, you can publish the river, and is remarkable for its salubrity: ; 8t
Notice. Eastern Circuit this. Yours truly. not n case ot fever occurred therefor
Congress or the Executive Departments, or against and the Supreme Courts at ; having 'dl

SIX MONTHS after date, we the undersigned foreign Governments before Boards of Comniis. I Tallahnssee. lie has also such an advantageous Dr. E. Poinsett Jacksonville.MILES PRICE. many years. The dwelling is spacious ad

Administrators on the Estate of .ioners. connection with an able Lawyer at Wo.sh- comfcrtable, and calculated for the accoaflO ,t1J

Micajoh DeeD, late of Oolumbia county, de. 3. For the settlement oracc011lts with the State, ington City as will ensure a prompt and JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. Sept. 25. 1851. dation ora large Camily The land (booUOl cr
. ceased will Treasury, War, :Navy, Post Office and Interior Depa.rtment collection 8pee- Dn. E. POINSETT-Sir This is acres) is of
present our accounts anti vouchers I dy of such claims as may be placed : to certify that I good quality, and well ad3ptedto m
f.. to the Honorable Judge of Probate for said penalties,,and forfeitures obtaining for the remission or fines, in his hands against the United States. have been permanently cured ofa severe Diarrhoa the cultivation or cotttln and COrDz.nndahout nf
II f county,to be discharged from the the alleged violations of Sept. Sth 1849 by the use of your most valuable medicine called fifty acres suited for herets II
4 farther ad- revenue, post office, or other laWs. 11' Indian Loxecust, after suffering for sugar cane. : pI
!! ministration or said Estate j for which all per 4:. For securing letters patent for inventions from months with that distressing diseue. more take than 12 admirable site for a steam saw-mill at &hI pI

. : persons-heirs, legatees, or person interested I the United States or from foreign Governments, Wm. m. Tmmo ure in recommending your most valuable medicine pleu- mouth ot the creek, and it possesses the adTID- er

I -are hereby requested to take notice. and procuring land warrants and pensions under to all similarly micted. taKe of bein2 in the entp nr A ._..._.. 'f/la.f. ....
CTOR --- ----- -- -- -- < RHODA CORINTH the 5.various For pension laws of the United Statos. FA f COMMISSION. MERCHANT, I remain yours truly, country finely wooded with yellow pine.- tb'til
WM. generally, embracing debbt North Commercial A. J. There is a
4 ; ; H. ROUSSEAU, legacies and inheritances, lathe United Wharf', JOHNSTON. flourishing orange grove cn$15
i : : Administrator:. foreign countries. States and Feb. 14.-11 Charleston, S. c. Formerly or Jacksonville, N. C. premises, which formerly produced an inccSiofa Tr

': Little River, Aug. 16, 1851. 6m 6. For the purchase and sale oflands in or JACKSONTU.LE thousand dollars a year, and will ahortI1 DC'to

; the States or Territories of the Union, and loaning any Harmonic Institute, This is to certify it is with, May much 6th, 18)1. do so again,judging from the present thriftYand

Administration moneys on mortgage or real estate therein. Corner of pleasure healthy ot the trees. n.
St. appearance
; Notice. lying .lullea Street and Market Square, that I announce to the Pub1i that hlne

:- / ; ii 1\TOTICE IS hEREBY GIVEN That four State 1. For,toeb investment and loans otfanda, collection in United ot the States dividends and SAVANNAH, GA. effectually cured ot the distressing complaint been and Post the Office steamers at Mandarin is within two miItf, at.b

weeksfromditteIwillpplyto the non. thereon, and, generally, for the transaction of aU F ZOGBAUM 11t CO., Importers and Dealers called Dysentery, by the highly recommended their pass and repass the house,m (

f i ., Judge of Probate ot Nassau county, for Jean bUlnelll! pertaining to a Law, Loan, and Banking in MUSIC and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, of remedy flf Mr. E. Poinsett. I had resorted to Those regular trips to and from Sannnd.- UIet

r, .' to sell the real estate lying in that county ber Agency. every description, wholesale and retail. many things, but of no avail; I was induced to Wishing to pUrchase this propert1JDJ1
\ I' longing to the estate or William ickml1n, de- 'A11 communications addressed,post paid, to Complete Bands furnished! and Dealers supplied try his very palatable and pleasant Medicine call on. or address by letter, the subscribers&&
ceased. Meur& Palmer & Snethen at New York prices. Jacksonville E.
HELEN HICKMAN Adm'x. American and Foreign and to my great satisfaction Florida. 'e
I Oct. 29, 13)1. nOTI-4t Agenc1.' City ot Washington, will receive prompt J. n. McRORY, Jr., cured within a few was completely CHARLES BYRn.
-. I and f&1tbful &ttcntion. June 2L ly days, and haTe not been erco
, I :I PALMER SNETHEN, Agent, a.cksonvillo. troubled since with that so much dreaded din.ease. Jacksonville, May 10, 18l. U' ,

1 A.dministrator's Notice. Office No. 5, Carroll Place, Capitol Hill Bounty Land & General Agency ;or

t SIX MONTHS AFTER DATE, I wm present Sept. G, 1851. U WARHITIVPA1J., D. r._ .1 am bappy to say other immediate cures have PENSION AND BOUftTY J.A.ltD ft'Ii
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John T. accountu Broer, deceased Administrator, to the of honorable the Estate the of AGENCY JOSEPH T. WALKER, Win give come days.under I cheerfully my own add observatIon my mite to within the already a few OBTAINED for the officers and soldiers OIt'

I Judge Probates for the County or Days and OF prompt and efficient attention to the BOUNTY great amount ot testimony with regard to "f'S. war,or their legal represeDtl'Ii ,tf.te
uk for a final seWement ud allowance orth. Dr. S. S. r IT C II'S LAO CLAIMS otofticers and soldiers engaged in Valuable Medicine. I your -
4 the am, respectfuUy&c. Pensions for life,for widow5 1.4
late nr such officefl .
same,and she for a discharge from the administra. Florida War or either ot the Indian ,
CELEBRATED ; soldiers
l tion of said estate. MEDICINES. W 1111 In which the United StAtes M.HEARN, Jr. whomarrired previous to 1800. In:
haTe been To E. Poinsett
THOMAS LEDWITH Adm'r. Used lJy Mm fD1th dutsnguzs1zezv.ccs aged or the War en Esq.JAcasortvlr.r. ;0 erIt
'1 : in tAe g with Great Britain of 1812
i September 28, 185L I_ cure of and to any description of .;; E. F. A i :
I busIness requiring an gaat 15th, 1851 ([J)1lJN) Y LAND. .
Coughs, Agent or Attorney at Dear Sir: This will inform .Anhll
Consumption, Catarrh Washington. For you that one
Administration procu
Notice. Asthma, Heart 'Diseases rIng land warrants his charge will be 8:5. In bottle ot your Medicine, called InDIAN LoxE- For the surviving, or the widows, or minor
ALL PERSONS interested are Dyspep_ other cases it wlll be CUST, has permanently cured children
sIx months hereby notified, sia Gonorrhca proportioned to the na- two ot my negroes deceased officers and prinCes,
from the date hereoZ I shall Piles, Female ture and difficulty of the we. ot n severe attack ot DyseDtery. I '.
present consider
m1 account 'irhoserved OII
ofiny inthe
tate admWatratlon ofthGes. Complaints &c. &c. He will also act in connection with it nn excellent MedIcIne for this I
oCHenry hartley, deceased Agents .
or eom-
to the War
Honorable A ttorn.eys inF1ozida plaInt, and take 2812 with BrhaintI1.
i- Judge of Probate of Duval county, and uk ALSO : wbomiy be employed in great pleaSure in recommeDd )
baf leWement with the for a Dr. S. S. Bounty land and other claims jug it to the pu hc. Respectfully Mexican \Var in .
same, and discharge from Fitch' Supporters Shouldtr on terms which yours, ; or any or tbe1' .secg
m1 administration thereof: may be agreed upon. Letters (which S. D.FERNANDEZ. dian '
: SUSANNA1I Braqes, Inhaling Tu6u and should To Mr. \Var, since 1790.
HARTLEY, Adm.'%. Ltc.turu be post-paid) wIll receive immediate Poinsett. Terms m
9 atten't1on moderate where .tabliabed 1'
AUgult 1851. on the claim is
Con.nimji ,
mNotice. nandeAe, Aug.-17 ,18iQ.: tf J otherwise no chirTheSubacriberis .11.1
art ofpreierving C&ONTILLE, Hay 2 I, IS51. ..
Life and Dear ag(
: I consider it also D1'ofCournbafor
to boa appoiDI Agenda Ihe
_ matter
: Health to' Old .;aahIes 'to Inform ordaIi ... ocem
MONTHS .flat.... vewaal, y u that I haTe been laboring the
\ SIX the Honorable after date, I win present to ,4'c.. 4"c: UC1'IONEEB, a very violent attack ot Dlarrhcea which under British Commercial Lire Insuranc' ..
J Judge ot I baffled the ,
Probate haTe
I for Co- been appoInted skill sf two '
tri 1\I lutnbt& county, my ACCOunts and the Agent tor the sale ot JACKSONVILLE, R..F Physicians, and rendered Company
vouchers as above Goods, and will me unable to doany work. more
Administrator on the I II keep themconstant-- naSALEa 1anypartotthe But tortunatoJr Established in 1820 II
.1 j Estate C .d orrar
otSaznnepflrton 11' on hand at untyattended when adout to empowered b.J act
hats ot aid my Drag store in the Town to and gin bp all hope ot mente for the .
.. county deceased ;; for which all Tampa 'Tampa of respectuIly solicited. I heard eTer ohtaIningIehief Insurance orLlvta and the endo'; theAnl
payFIa. of nr
persons concerned Are hereby Jacksonville; 11a16 848 OUST your LOXE London.New York of Washingt90 _
requested to Dr. L. and the.ule'ot five
take D.
notice u Isbll .ROGERS. -- has CAPITAL
; uk to discharged restored entirely '3OOOOOO h
from rue to health. !
l.1 r tks further ministration ot MId estate. Bean I BeRrsl! Stimson It Co's to recommend 11 take 'much plearnire i addreujd to the sabtcn'her
It WM.H. Bears r your MedIcIne to all those Washington D f
ROUSSEAU be who ,will receive attendL
J LIttl. RIver, Aug. 16, l85l.: ;61D Adm. I 'WILL GBEASKthat purch aII'the BEARS', OIL and Ne\v-York, New-Orleans' &, Mo may similarly afHIct d. Yours,&0., M.prompt TROMPS.....

ahlpto mom, the Citizena ot.Florida will ; bile'Express ,To E. PcfDseU BENJAMIN- 'DAVID. 411irey at Law,and Comiissioiiev of ,.rel
BaTaDDah Esq. .ini'del
'Iwlll '
pay for the Oil Deedlfor'NfJrA'and SiithCaf1iLP.
For Sale 0., BY EVERy
Dollar ; .
G GalZo5 the GrtfUt 8TE.tMsgI. .,
BAtoN S.-Referifnece.sajtheffeads
I THE RESIDENCE of the:IUbacriber. DI&I' the Pound, the articles must be'Purl Itftji or l"ill pentflZ OFFICES' : ISLAXtDSt.3ohn'sflecb: ,and Members orCongrees rener.lly.cfDr'meets aneb

pin are invited Church. 'PenoDi wishing i a bu. positively reject them. 'I aID a good judge mOlt No. 19 Wan Street, New ,York Dear- 4tiguIt7,18,5i. '}. Washington_ CitlNoYem .1850.' ,J ;
to ot and Sir
d examine the ]>remtle& :fltn hem. ,l'he7IDus&be : .Thls will 'inform'you -. __ .. .. .
good, and possession Pm ; In AeirJllllllNlltatl. St. Char lea Hotel otm1chiIdren :that' three -. -.- :- tI)
r 1mmedlatel : J Building N. Orleans
.. were1dangeroua17
W. ill ,
HUMPHEYS 'with Letters I11t
the ana
J. obile Dysentery cn the .
Jl. ,
D.DfIIL.. Agent, 'M. BOULLEMEr or Dlarrh for Climate SoJIs" eCamrnunicnjons
about ,
JubentJe XOY.2 '4 WOLt3aLu 11x .weeb. to
151. DRUGGIST 'I :
i tried
: tt': n-: Every Almost Productjoz
Ii i ... .' .. 'o- )101:18J. 18fO.., :17.. &nwua4, .ueo. : Drafts Nolll ltej0gj' :'. .II tl'Oll' (( Ull1j tor this disease eTel''thlng but I generally used. of ,l'l rida.J rl)'
: 4-c. ':: ,( all
4 ::.i: {,I"jI / ','', ,' .<":"'0 "' ,,'J' J ...','..,......"'.;....1" ::.- ,..'. ,..>, Lk t.ij, ( '.... ', .. ..\ r mbu.,ecomuiendedm,to to no e1fecL.. .A triej1d. THIS.IUiel'est1iJg. Ro work.. is for sale at the store;. ph'b'
tf11Qa.1Ied1cia. : 'ath.1i' '
I 0 .I i. : : : :.' : .' Jsckeonvili. Price. 25 em. It) ,

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