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 20, 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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Succeeded by: East Floridian (Fernandina, Fla.)

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Tl Treport commences by noting the,move* -" ,, ". -, _. 4'. L t. ,M 1IE"DE. And.of:the South. '. ,,"
's:1e ts'O f tnr several naval squadrons during -" :'Y- .' OUR'COUNTRY.'- > .f -. ., ", '." .... .Jh ,C"9EtI.WK mt,my home in the
ear-compliments Com.Plattof the'AlJJ : 8 uth.,';.*. *f" s* wu to be my dertiny to affiuiewun -
: !; ftrthe energy he displayed at Havana, the,J).mo r K>j- <>r tn. norm. 1

5Sff the Ute invasion of Cuba-refers to theJSTof ., : '--l -t could not affiliate with .the,.Democracy o! theSouth
to the coast ol VOL.' XIV. JtS 1J .jThe.Southern.Democracy were,in toy
the Mississippi Turkey lYVJLLEj .. SATVRI 1tmEn : I
ITJake oa beard Gen. Kossuih, and her retun . ..>- &O, ,1831. ;, ; opinion, as wrong on' ma questions aa the
,,. n. States-and anncnnces that the IndeBdence .Northern, ,Whig*, 7hey were seeking to tear
b... U. S.vessel in the Mcditcr- recommended by the board of officers above op the.foundations ofZ; Government!, whilst
the only referred ifornia ;together with deficiencies in the With
the j ,
respect department of the Patent the Abolitionist North
ordered home unsuited to, providing that courts martial beordered ,estimate ofthe were seeking
being may for
been the'pr l t
has rear,swells the amon nt Office the noticed
principle is the mission to produce, excitement t ,there that -wocld *d
each officer in I
SwhVter in that sea.Ike by command of a ship beyond the '
cruising sum the
properly chargeable to of Mr. Charles F. :
and held to 'determine I Stransbnry1 to London, for to the ana*,result. ::1 ecuU uotafSIutc with
under Com.Lavalette summarily
African squadron, 'J'Oi1t'aDdthen' Department. Xeaving these out the amount tie purpose of minute examination"of natural the DisunionnU and Secessionist* tUbe fcxmth,

btta assiduously and successfully engaged, graduating punishments as therein stated, properly chargeable to the next, fiscal' year productions, implimenta,'machinery, nranufao- or, ,with.the,Abolitionists of the'North Whig
in as well as holding out, rewards will be
or by
some .
the English squadron, suppressing $822,036 47.In tares and of
aided by processes, ,works of or Democrat. ,:
tf le but RS Braiil has abolished the I other and more approved method, is referred. the matter of "Indian Affairs" 'difference art & and '
the shte a< a &, to report them The report is ii.preparation. ,I came here believing that'it was my destiny
tl ve tra>!e among her subjects, it is proposed I to the determination of Congress. of about one million of dollars is referred .. to affiliate with the Northern Democrats and
u inform Greit; Britain of our determination The buildings at the Annapolis Naval School to estimates for deficiencies included in those The importance of an' agricultural bureau is such Southern Democrats as will stand*y the

so Itbdww oar squadron altogether from the .are in progress of erection, and the sloop of of the present fiscal year; and the appropriation discussed,and its operation and general duties Union and the Constitution as it is. For had

African coast, and increase on the coast of Bra- .a1'Pnbte bas been attached to the".academy of unexpended balances- to the" financial i proposed in detail; and it is earnestly be observed, in the course of my Congressional experience
ril leaving the Home Squadron to guard as a practice ship for instructing in practical demands of the next. : hoped that Congress will take measures to make ,that there were more sound men in

i iinst the use of our flag for the slate trade seamanship. An important change has been In the"census" department a further sum of this great theory a snbstantial riatit | the Congress, the United ,States upon this

with the Spanish West Indies. Such an arrangement made in the plan of' education, so as to require $150,000 is required.The I The Mexican 'Boundary Commission is stated question the Democratic party than aniuug

it is believed, would more certainj a continued course of study of four years at excess in the estimates under' the head to be in operation,.though it has been involved the Whigs,end I had confidence in their assurances
j conduce to the suppression of the slave the academy, without going to sea', except that of"United States Courts" for the next,fiscal in difficulties :originating'id' misunder- for the future., I came here for the

trade and at the some time promote the .ealthcf the cation of.'three.month* in'.each year is 'year, is caused by the demand. for California. st and ft gs about the 'respective functions and I purpose of taking thofe men by the hand, regarding

the officers nnd'erc-s of our vessels. spent fa_a cruise in the practice ship, the former New Mexico and Utah. powers of its officers. .Major H.Emory is them as brothers, who "ere willing

The Cambridge, of the Brazil squadron, hasten course requiring two years at the academy The diminution of expenses apparent in the now supposed to have joined the commission to stand with me by the Constitution, of the

ordered to relieve the Perry on the Africa three at sea,and then two mor at the academy. estimate for the Penitentiary of the District, and a vigorous prosecution of duty is expected.The United States. I will not mention1 individnI -

Coist the latter being ordered home. A class of fifty acting midshipmen for 1853, is attributed to the increased productiveness ,report closes with an'earnest and appnvpriate I I ali or I might point to the gentleman from Indiana -
The Braiil squadron is under the command was admitted in October last, and will constitute of ,the institution arising from its recommendation of the iitereats of the |: [Mr. Gorman] who has been named by

cf Commodore McKeever. and its efficiency is the first class to which this new system better management District of Columbia to the liberal consideration : the gentleman from Illinois, and to the gentleman

duly commended as are also the Mediterranean j jlIludron. I will apply. It is now beliaved that for all the The difference in the estimates relating to justice and magnanimity of C. himself, [Mr. Richardson.] It was my

Com Morgan; the IIome, squadron, i purposes of naval education, the academy affords the Mexican Boundary Survey is merely an The importance of its gradual improvement expectation that I should 'act.with those men. .
Com. advantages equal to those for military apparent one the expenditures for the present embelishment is considered that should
Com. Parker; Pacific squadron, Ucca.u-I I and the necessity I I was willing and even expected,
Jej,and the East India squadron,Com.Aulick, education at West point ; and, under the efficient fiscal rear amounting to$180.000,and leaving of introducing a supply of water urged with a east my,vote for the gentleman from Kentucky,
who is on his way out in the Su uehLnn- command of the present superintendent, only $.20,000 properly chargeable to the next. proper regard to the interests of all parties. [Mr.Boyd,]' belief ing .that he would be the
The Marion will be relieved on the arrival of Commander Stribling, It is hoped that these On the business of the Pension Office the With a recommendation that the office of Solicitor nominee of'the Democratic ,put ; that that

the Soitqaehanna: and Plymouth, and return advantages will be fully realized. most interesting statements refer to the claims be created in connection with this department party, after all their professions on this subject

borne by the way of the Cape of Good Hope, Tbe expediency of appointing ten midshipmen under the bounty land law of 28th Scptembtr, the report is closed. And we cheerfully would indorse the compromise measures,
bringing, it is expected, valuable varieties of to be made"at large," is again urged. 18 O. Sinie the passage of that law the number confess that Mr. Secretary Stuart is entitled which I feared the Whig party.would not do.-

,the seed or root of the sugar can*, and also of The Naval Observatory and Hydrographical of Applicants has reached 150,000 on the to the amplest confidence of the public, ifhis" We had been told all over the'South that the
the teaplant, collected under the orders of the Office have be.n in active operation during the 1st of Nov. 1851. report is, as we believe it to *>ea, fair index great Democratic party of,the country was

Department for distribution in the sections of year. A second volume of Astronomical Observations By great application, and perseverance, of of the manner in which he has discharged the sound upon that qu tion.

oar country adapted to their cultivition.In .. has been published. The wind and this number, 7C,000 had been examined, and duties of the Department of the Interior. Mr. POLK, (interposing.) I wish to stale

all quarters of the globe onr vessels have current charts planned by Lieut. Maury, the 54,000carried into warrant; 22,000 have been """"" I fact which has not been heretofore stated: -
been conliilly received, and the officers well I Superintendent of the Observatory, are being rejected or suspended for further considera Report of the Commissioner of Uxo General Land that I introduced that resolution in the Dem

treated. The interests of commerce, international extended to the Pacific and Indian Oceans. tion. The numbtr of warrants now issued Office. and that there was not a"
peace and friendship are, it is believed, i This work has materially shortened the passage doily exceeds 400. It is alleged to have been The annual report of the Hon. J.Butterfield, .otc cne caucus in contradiction o

promoted by the visits of our armed vessels along the highways by which our commerce the invariable rule cf tbe office to act on the Commisssioner of the General Land Office,presents principles embraced in th reolution. The

It Is recommondcl that the officers and men bringing the ports of those distant parts all cases in which complaint has been made of various operations of this important branch of and, as it was not a full caucus, thE objectionwas
of the late Grinncl expedition be allowed the of the world some ten days, and "some several a departure from this rule, they have proved the Government, but as many of the facts and also raised, that it would not be right for

time pty and emoluments that were granted weeks, nearer tons than before. A letter from to originate in suspensions for some defect or statistics which it sets forth have already been a portion.of the party to take action on a great

tothoe"in like positions in the late exploring the Superintendent of the Observatory states inform:ity. given in ft condensed form, in tbe President's natio question of this eh l'acter.

expedition to the South Sel!. Mr. Grinnell the importint fact that vessels sailing from the The following suggestions of amendments message,and the report of the Secretary of the )1.ST.-NLY. How tttny we?' there i

las oCVml his vessels again, should Congress Atlantic to the Pacific ports of the United and modifications of existing laws are made: Interior, we must confine ourselves to the following eucs1

pee fit to authorize a second expedition in States, with the instructions afforded by these first. That the benefits of the pension laws extract: Mr POLK- Uighty-nine wee present, and

search of Sir John Franklin. charts, make the voyage in forty days less, be confined to those who rendered the military The locations by military bounty land warrants I say, that of those eighty-nine, cot one ra ember

The brig Dolplmir Lieut. Lee.: has been despttdiei upon the average, than those sailing without service,and to the widows aad minor children during the fiscal year commencing July gave"utterance to I sentiment in contradiction

to tee* new mutts on the ocean, pointJouf them ; and that there is reason to hope the of such as are dead: 1st 1850, cover an area of 2,451,000 neres,making of,the principles embraced in the resolution.
< 1>y the sjpcrintendent of the observatoij. time may be still further reduced. Scord. That more efficient provisions be an aggregate of cash 'sales, and locations We have a_right to nsk fcr time, that '

nnd f.&Tor.lble results ire :anticipated Du- The reports of St. Gillis. the Nauticnl Alma- adopted to prevent frauds under the various by warrant, during that period of 4,300,847 we may have a full expression of the opinion

rirg the ye.r, ninety officers b.ive been em- mc of Lieut. Davis and tbe experiments of pension Uws, and more especially under those 49-100 acres which, at minimum price, would of the Democratic party

plojel on the co' st survey the supervision ofwtich Professors Page and Epsy, are referred to, as relating to invalids. amount to 5,376 059 36-100 dollars!, The ,Mr. HUNTEB. Do I urderstind the gen
it is recommended should be referred to well as the success and condition of our numerous Out ef 231 applications invalid pensions sales however exceeded the minitnumrprice! by, ten a saying that all r ho TTere iu.atten
mail ,from two of the Western States, on investigation at that caucus indorsed the compromise
thtNavy Department. steamers. ,_ 62.388 09-100 dollars. The whole number of nc
The CO:5t \C the hre tone dock at Brooklyn, The sum required for the sUfportf the ,only el were found' to be just ; the residue land warrants issued to the 1st ,November, ? '

bts been 32,142.555 2G. It was so far completed Navy and Marine corps for the year ending were fraudulent. 1851, under the Mexican bounty land'act, ofllth Mr. POLK Theie was no expression of

in August AS to be delivered to the commandant June 30,1853 is estimated at $3,540,693 09. Third.' That warrants for bounty lands under February, 1847, is 80,781. Of,this nnm- 19inst it
of the yard. The floating sectional which $2,684,220 89 is for special objects. theactof28th September. O, be made assignable. ber 66,618 have been returntd to the General Mr.. No, not a sentiment

dock basin and railway at Philadelphia is reported The sum estimated for the Navy and Marine Most,of the holders of these claims Land Office'as.located; and'of. located, CAEL orForda.It, nt thtj voted
ready for delivery, and the one at corps last yesfr was $5.900,621, and for special are persons far advanced in life, or widows land warrants 66,200 have been patented.' The it. They voted to lay it table-

, Portsmouth N. IL, nearly ready. The balince objects $2,210980. There is an excess, tbereforc.uuthepre or orphans who have hot the mean* locating whole cumber 'Ian
dIck, at Penstcoli, willl not be ready before .ent.estimates of $478,240 89, tke a to rrantge, and can therefore oulj make tbe same period, under the general bounty there was truth in what we had heard; and
tbe ensuing summer. The floating sectional which is occasioned by the addition of pay for them available by sale. land law of 2Sth September, 18"*0, is 54.201.Of with a determination to cut myself loose from
dock on S,in Francisco Bay has been contracted increased service to the Pacific Mail Steamship Fourth. The enactment of a law making it a this number, 3,708 have been returned to all party "affiliations ; to stand by those whostood

for at SCIO.OOO, nnd will be completed in two Company, directed by the act of tbe last session felony to forge,.utter, or publish as penuine of, the General Land Office as located; and of the, by the, rights of my section of the Union
rears from May last. Its location cannot be of Congress, the completion of the dry any forged land warrant or other located land warrants of this class 1,950,have and by the Constitution of these States When
determined until the site for a navy yard is selected. dock in California, am) gome additions under claim against the United States for land, or been patented. I came to the city of Washington yesterday, T

l The dock, it is suggested, when not in the held improvements in navy yards,buildjrs any endorsement or assignment thereof.The Since my last annual report, there have been learned that a resolution approving cf the
use for the repair of nival vessels,may be used jrs and machiner,. passage of a general law on the subject of issued and transmitted to their respective destinations compromise had been introduced'into the Democratic

ly merchant vessel?. Adequate appropriations The total expenditures of thft Department, of forgery; provision, for the appointment upwards of 'seventy-five thousand, caucus, and, much to my srrise. had
are urged for the San Francisto navy yard.Messrs. during the rear, have been $9,0.t4.597 11, of an assistant commissioner of pensions; and in n letters patent for public land titles of all,description : been defeated. The Whig party -

Welli & Gowan of Boston, have contracted which $3,158,817 91 wns for special o jeets. law regulating the compensation of clerks and the labors of the accountants ing to-day,and I cfe sec ewhat to my surprise

ll to remove the wreck of the steamer The establishment of a Bakery In New York, this department, ire recommended. and book-keepers have been diligently prose' put upon my platform. The
is recommended as is The disposal of the public lands embraces a I cuted. \ I stand they stand
Missouri from the Bay of Gibralter, for the I for the use of the Navy i affairs. stand where ; -he A
, the also the repeal of the law prohibiting commutation "very active and prosperous condition The quantity of public land proclaimed for, 'great Union party of the South stand ; they
sam of $39.009, nn l arc now performing I the last I
in money for stopped rations. The quantity of land sold during market since the date of my last annual'report stand upon the Constitution a it is;they indorse
with doubt of
duty success.
L no the of The recommendation of the Chief of the Bureau fiscal year was 1,846.847'40.100 acres for amounts to 7,031,537 acres; and the estimated the compromise as a total and :
The report next discusses propriety the of Medicine and Surgery for the invest which the sum of$2,370,947 45 was received.The quantity: available for market during ihe coming men ,. The: gentleman from Jalsette. ,.
and necessity
gradual of increase ourselves oar of navy all ,the improvements ment in productive stocks of the navy hospital quantity sold during the fiist quarter of year, will not be less' than 12,000,000acres. Meade] arrived at the conclusion that this, action
aT tiling fund,and for retiring from the list of effective the present fiscal year was 473.140' 65-100 acres of,the Wig caucus was consummated by
) and discoveries of the age in gnnreyor- all the officers of that corps ,who are producing $601,691. The quantity sold Every precaution has been adopted] byrjofficial with a few Northern Whigs.
and all the Soutler Wig
tacce and naval architecture, appliinces permanently unfitted for duty, and supplying during the corresponding quarter of the last regulation and'system, to delect and'arrest t say gentleman, thst the distrust
1 of the
of steam. As an i irrquirf'd fiscal was 266,879 66-100 acres, the proceeds to npori thVoffice fraudulent Southern Whigs was grwit'i
it is stated that the boilers their places by new appointments, a provision year any attempts impose among the very ,,
thus !
of the age. of which amounted to $349.876 06; : under the Mexican of tte Northern
in grade of the service, are nssignments of warrants reference to the action Wh1g.
of the Ms>si sippi, planned fifteen years every a considerable increase in the sales of Land of' isthat the m
showing act 11,1847ithe
( commended to early action,and an appropriation I! Bounty February My impression Jority
one-half in
I go, cnn now be rcJuce-1 nearly asked, to rebuild barracks at the various the present over those of the last fiscal ytar. warrants in that etas having been' held to be DOt attend the caucus. were 1 tn 4
their dimensions and weight and at the snme mineral lands ,
with to the to
the Marine Suggestions respect assignable. Measures Lave been adopted ut twelve or fourteen
. time made,to double the present power of the stations The Secretary for closes corps.his report, by recommending of California express the opinion that the wisest 1 secure, accuracy and and neatness:in the:engrossing caucus. all of whom declare& their deermina-

,e *escl with about the same quantity of fuel the establishment of an additional policy is not to interfere with the present I I of all tbe patents,and subjecting them ton towithdraw. eueus, no Io:

now required. be termed the Bureau of orders and practice. II to a proper test, by a careful examination of'aBoard ger to act with the Whig party, 'it failed to .
r It i recommended that authority be given Bnreou, to the general state of Indian affairs I I mnl- national A majority
. Discipline,to which shall be assigned the com The report on ; and the business generally, in its put itself on this plaform.
to build, erery year, two new vesels, one sail of orders and instructions touching is in some respects quite' interesting It. tifarous details, is satisfactorily progressing. of those present were Northern Whigs. The
, aid the other steam, upon such models as shall: munication service and discipline, and the receipt states that the progress of civilization, is in I t' Some idea may be formed of the official operations j Northern have now placed themele
n\Tal Whig
:1 be approved; and as old vessels may be found and preservation or distribution of returns many instances apparant and that the1 tribes I of the General Land, Office, from:the where' Congswhere gentlemen ,

unserviceable, from fault of model or other and pertaining to the same, in analogy in New York,and the country west of Arkansas : statement in the report, that_ the archicves, of from Georgia ou p-
1 cause, they nny be sold or broken up. reports duties required of the Adjutant General's are living under governments established the office consist of seven thousand three hundred at a early stage of the organization
, recommendation of the Chief of tneBureau to the volumes ton We refused to
Office in the Dep"rtmentorWar. by themselves. and eighty-three folio manuscript House of Representatives.
of Yards and Docks that machinery be : -Treaties have been effected in various quarters ; that About one million two hundred and act in concert with men who were, pursuing a

erected, in cne or more of the mavy yards of the ef the Secrrtaiy .* Ute Interior I by which the Indian title has been extinguished twenty-one thousand patents,of different kind. curse that must inevitably' lead to the sub version

country, for the building of steam-engines, R..rt which is extensive than and large tracts of country have thus all duly recorded, have been issued; and that, of the institutions of ,-ur' country. Wedetermined
and construction of war et rmers complete, is This document, more come into the undisputed possession of the government. as preliminary to the preparation'of these patents 'no t affiliate with ',a p:
and a long
we present synoptical
before us
. recommended to the atlemien of Congress.A the message, details. There port"re views the circumstances the examination, of about'two ,million that Was a course.
its most important
. class of small ve *cls is much wanted, to sketch outline of the duties attending Indian depredations, and shows nine hundred and fifteen thousand five hundred Mr.MEADE. ) would ask the gentleman
,. give employment in command to senior lienteiunts It opens'office with which a indicates a pretty' large the cause of,them,as frequently originating: in title papers were neccessary,, all of which, from Florida i he intends to be delude by the
of the which the '
many of whom are kept in long and and fteeoun abmt1. the spread of oar settlements, by are on file. voices'of twelve or fo Norh'em
1 tedious'inaction before their promotion to com- field of supervision of appropriations to the end of Indians have been forced into the occupancy of L j j h took in that caucus 1 ,

tnanJ'r and would be highly useful to Auirf- The estimate 1853 is as follows: land sterile and destitute of' either corn 'orgame. The following are some of the, charges against Whig account,pt' were fourteen Southern
steam, by the year, This engenders vindictive feelings which would leave about twentyseven
ers, especially those propelled by 1852. 1853. Some Mr. Thrasher, late editor of the Faro Industrial Whigs present, '
reason of their ability to penetrate in harbors and the worst consequences eusne. excellent Northern Whigs, and as one third of
50 convicted
00 tried and
35,827 and which he
23,250 the beat on was recently
of class. Department proper suggestions are made refused to vote for 'the :resolution
and riven inaccetsable to ships larger 93,152 50 1,284,916 47 those present .
The previous recommendation to reduce the Land cerviee.Affairs 2,441,472 68 1.343,276 36 mode of dealing with them,so aa to induce domestic In nanna-Reeeiving, letters in cypher receiv it leaves t ,twelve or thirteen Northern
Indian 00 and eiYiliz tiCD. ing a llotb.re wrapped in a piece of paper eon* for it.- -
number of officers in the grades of captain Pennon Office. 2,624,72ft 31 1,566,040 habits Whigs who toted
Commander and lieutenant of the navy is re- Census. 150,000 00 ,The subject of Judicial expenses is discussed taining the arrival of the United,States ship CjaneT. I' ,Mr.CABELL. J will state to the gentlemen .

iatced at the same time that the number of : United States Courts, 692,747.00 672,053 00 with'good practical purpose. .The i irregularity That his mother sent him calces In a rcewspapcr I from Virginia; that I was present at that caucus,
I *\'Ud be increased to fifty/and the grade of6ecu Public BoHdings 481,275 00 00 418,504 10,000 00 00 of practice, and the inequality of of the fees same- which had an account of the Lopes expedition. : hiving'determined to act with, the Whigs, if .
eaenant estab1is 1 It is alo urged Pauper Lunatics Statistics_ 5,500 00 5,500 00 different constructions attention of Congress The court consisted of a president and nx military they wouli do what, ,the Democrats failed to do
agtla Ikai the ranks of commodore and two Agricultural for the District provisions,J brought to the And officers -- T -folly indorse the, compromise-and ,that-I
Penitentiary urged.
uniformity ;
rear adiciraU be Iega"ued, to be conferred on of dolumbia,' 11,900 00 9,210 00 and a system of Gen- have no hesitation in saying that there were
, _bo more than a century Boundary Surrey further,it is suggested that the Attorney the 'fractional not five gentlemen who left the meeting on the
arviricf veterans Mexican of California is likely to gain representative
in conflicts on the 100,000 00 200,000 00 t ATA, !. M made. the head of the: department of the resolution. 1 think there were
& *zo. illustrated our arm I -- -- and- his duty be to seal and countt"1'81g1'1 ,'in Congress.. Thee u. returns,'jiat passage "
to others to justice; ,
ocean. It scoujd h* a a taulaut 47 "*5,695,323 04 marshals and attorneys from that far off* stite.'sho'w the number bat three.
Totals t7,133,022 all commissions for judges, received "jJhere,were, I,am pretty sure,between fifty
emulate their ex&tDfrle.a."Ib retired list once The report states that'the difference'in the ,and to, exercise the supervisory and of white inhabitants to bo 165,000 and the blacks and sixty: members present r quite as;large

esUblubnuut of a aa columns originates in a vicious practice appellate control! over all,accounts connected 1,800.; ,This':make'the fraction 74,000 over the proportionate number as attended the Demo
more prwtd upon attention of Congress two the of the judiciary, which. is 7 lam equally sure there.were
with expenses .
I p3Sf4tndodDg allowed.
for some caucus.
years representative ; cratje.,
if rank between which has prevailed | one,
Ito Ire all the .; i .
di.putl.,1Ie.&tlon exercised this department who voted against
ihe the estimates at the commencement of now by .. not more than seven or,eight .
of nary
iheMaftSetriaci civil officers ,Some remarks of no general interest are .: '- Had the Southern Whiggeneri
actually necessary resolution. :
of officers oftae&ray the session below the amount the Improvement 'Ou cf the feats,ever attempt the
and between tUe several grades of afterwards applying for made in relation to public builiings, greatest pedestrian attended the'CA1JCUS there would have been
view ally
r and nary. with the appropriations in what is called a 'and renovation! thereof ajid I the' ,extension ed came off on the Pioneer course California-on *mneh better exhibit. The action ofthis caucus

Tat laws, for tie government of tke navy, additional bill. .' t' -- of the Capitol. ," which'-is steadily pro-' Sunday*the 26th,October. .John-Gildersle' and must be regarded as the action cf the Whigparty

pawed more than fifty years ago, have been deficiency of the report consists of detailed grlS1ng 'l = "I Peck.were,.entered,J-former: by.Hr.JBattelle in Congnss.It .
revUed by a board of officers and will be smbitU4 The residue of each class ,of the ,estimates in ,The CeDSUI retarns not ,havinjr-.been all re and the latter by U Jackson to run a match is certainly" 'f ut,and this must go forth,

far the action of Congress. The great explanations order id which they stand, from ,which wegtther report ,could be m de. 'ArrangeSentsare oUhe- for 42000 ft tide, twenty\consecutive' ndJes 111 i to'the:.country, ,that a meeting' of tK. Whiz
,defect la tbe ld laws is the falUre to provide the the subjoined information. inpwgrese rort1iep Wcjti ccnr:1t ther backed down, the'one whVrmn thelsirthttt members of.Congress was called by Advertisement
for connelu most perspicuous ftn > of-this city that all were
1A1 punUhment as a substitute ft difference of details m'tht : the'papers. ;
GDd rileovoran
tlwnentf which baa lattly be n abolished In tbe "department the fact that at the expiration m nner. The returns tor Maryland have been distance was to take the money, Invited.11 attend/and .had ,an .opportunity ofvotingfor.or
11)t11. detriment of the .lervice. A' remedy $7,577 ,50 results from fiscal : unexpended balancts selected, for,publication, both withV eW.of seventeen tmles'and'ft: quarter' when he wax stop.ped against the resolution ,and it LIt
will oe- of the last year which to,form justestimate of Peck'having backed ,after'completing ? that if they had ,this,violent
st be,profiled, or the consequences remained, e : be presumed
toan"serious.. Nruo1I"one hundred trials otQliattd of former appropriations of the !year below their the chancier of the work,and a.aspeclznenot' .u his fifteenth mfle.'''Thewinncreain uo f fresh.aswhen t1 itlUtJ'._, _thertfl .l\ituUon. that is mpu.

men,,by ;aourt martial,' have. taken brought tbe.estimates style in which it, ought to be published. It he started and', 91000 was ofensd\thatch* C j.lhti 1 oqld ha'-e ejntotbtca11
,; ,In legitimate amounts W ft;Bpwmeir, for U.IIW'SVh the D .bcr Gc\ B ,
JIlaoe sloe the passage of the law question.TMlJtwca'nnot an excts appears in also designed-approved would rpa twenty mne-- 15dO CUB ana none WM *- -- -
" effectually tried nntilCoo, In the "land:service/1 cUnregar4 & tP'peri'prihtilI aDa 4omt-Toted down Ute fewlution. ,At wrtst&t
be ( the,unexpectedly theooi "
canted by with takers.
1a the t1 D&t for 1853 ,would ton\11'=*- "
ew rtallpresent*' some lub.tUutV_ f amount re'lo1mtforUne1S in Cal general stylo of execution.
ft tlij ihajl be by the adoption of tbe system large

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; I I Am bound to presume that the' Uoa"qt a' fiwtlt fr wnftlw to : ,In Pfd urrenderjtd11t0. 'We Cannot torge tT f1Mt1G_ f i.at n!! ::::
? f 1 *-aucul1ielc1t this,looming is the action of the country, to proceed to -s- ,-' $ atttoDlu at length) pawed the *
I themseltes of the Honse. After ird' ec iDatp ot 1840. DOr the mo folioiTlwS
; Whig party, and they bare placed thi. '
ion of welcome to Kossuth '
upon the platformwhere stand.: referred to will come to renthnmbttgof! o-pa 1.llm of'i848.. And : -
J Ir. ME ADE. would ask the gentleman to the proper time for : .Wsmlons'adTOca 'of the ,Nashville Contention Resolved; That'Congfesf; tl In '\Lif'161f
Ii state t? the Housewhether he belivesthat that The Home now : somerset I OD behaltoftbe people 'cttbe Ul1lted "J
his sudden taf
the Northern S at one timend then ive to Louis Kossuth
resolution, even it toted for by got : cordi.l Wflcom. io
I\ Wbi s present and, does !t 'In fact reflect the "TheCClerk announced i'to the Compromise_ hat left .wounds Capitol ''ot the country; aiur that a

; opinion or the Whig iwrty of the North f as tellers to count the our sensibilities fresh for all distrust this elut0n! be transmitted td falua&
t i Mr.CABELL. I will say this, that reflects Tennessee, Mr. upon then hb !ast/z% President. .- '1..tit
I, the sentiments of the Whig Representatives ot Br oks of New York to hate passed away. And The following sri the ye-as and
tneiruitut- House. I eonnot say hat land. pal io the House, we confess, has placed him Dtji"tie
are the sentiments 0111... *-.-ii rid nal'cons titu. The roll having been at the foot of the sophomore class of as- final pass*ge of the resolution. It WiU"1Iei
i I ents but it reflects the present sennit.., Of n order, the tellers I nearly that only about half the Senate toted.
majority of the WhIg IlcpresentatiTes$ elect:*, pirants.As .
f ber of totes
: given al Senators It understood
t to this House, howeter unsound the opinion I choice 107; of which-J to his, fling at the Southern Democrats, paired ff, llri"

of that portion of the Whig party may bar, ,1-, Boyd of we forgive him for it this once, on account of called. 'S
: been in former times.
Since I hare been in this and hare Mr. Stb iAv North its Impotency, but we wirn him, that we'hate YeasMessrs.Brs4btiry, Brnrat,
ft' city ccn) Mr.Chandler of .. head..Cnss, Chase, Clarke, Davis, .
\ t versed with members, I litre learned-and if II Mr. Stevens,of, 1. him at our'mercy, and are resolted,to.compel consin, Douglass, Downs, Fetch, Fish Dodg90f feou

I !: am mistaken 1 ask gentlemen to correct me-. Mr. Bayly,of. him to affiliate,with us. and upon our own Vermont;Foate of Miss., Gwin, HAmlin !
that the Democratic ,of the Stat Bill
party. great Mr. Taylor of Ohio shelf of ter, James,Jones, King. Mallorv lt1
'him the retiracy ,
terms, or lay upon lfll,1 ;
- of New York hate returned to this House bo.tI
i Mr. ris Bhett Seward Shields
Evans of \ Smith
I one member (the gentleman from the city of' Mr. Bocock of until he, becomes better settled in his opinions, Sumner, Wade Walker, aadwS SPTva'ltt'Stc.ckton
., ., :. New York, Mr. Hart) upon the endorsement o r Mr. Gentry,_of : and acquires more firmness and stability of cotnb-33.

the compromise measnreeI j Mr. Hillyer, of Geor Nays-Messrs_ Badger, Borland
f Mr. HART. I think the gentleman is In er Mr. J. W. Howie,of purpose. _ Dawson, Morton and Underwood 6., Clemeu.

ror.Mr. DEAN. As one of the members electe
to this House from the State of New York, ]J I ,Mr.-Outlaw, of of North ; Every one is now for "saving the Union f; ator'sin the negative, as we have Ifflla'dea'

: would say that the Democratic contention ol F Mr. Cabell, ,of Florida If it be not saved, it will not be for want of conceive of no Just reason why itshoaMjot i

.;. : New York of last year, and the Democratic con. Mr. Ashe, North saviors. Never was he country sa full of patriots have been adopted. Ic certainly does
: tention of this year, and the Democratic con. not_
_ ,i f \ rentlou of the Congressional: district Which ]I I Mr.Mr. Meacham Allison, of !' as at the present moment. After the fall ,mit our Government to any active support ef
..I hate the honor to represent,indorsed in full the Mr. P. King, of, New elections,the cry was, Hhe result proved that Kossuth or his countrymen in the event of a

L I I the of the compromise slavery' question.measures as a final settlement Mr. G. W. Jones, of the Union was safe." Georgia saved: it, Mississippi future struggle In Hungary, but in our,view'Is

t Mr. More, of ry savccl 'it :\bbJu1saved it-they all manifestation
\ Mr. ABELL. I did not mean to dothe. gen. simply a sympathy for &their
| tleman any injustice I assnre him. What I I I all saved it. But it appears now that "it won't misfortunes, which we bold to be entirely'

bare Raid is on the authority of his colleagues stay saved"and the saviors, are got to work to per, if not the duty of the American pro.
Goy", .
; The following is the
But I may speak of the great Democratic
party gave it over again! Nothing will eave! it this went and all similar
.: of his State, whose resolves are before the For Hon. Linn Boyd se- people in cases, and if aar
country. They do not indorse the compromise pleton of Maine, Asbe A time but a 'Constitutional Union party," to be European despot should have the arrogance!to,

. I know not what the pirty of his district may lett, Bailey of Georgia, of composed of.all.the Whig, and as many Democrats take offence at such a proceeding,he uhoaUfo

.. hire done; but I. have it on good authority, enridge, Buell, Busby, I as rein be necessary to carry the ,Presidential taught better than to give vent to such 1
tM in no district. but one was the compromise Carter, Caskie, Church ; pre.enrnptnousness. 1
measures fully indorsed by the nominating Cobb Curtis, Daniel, it election. This is the new patent taken: out by I What Kossuth exmeti af

convention.: The gentleman: tells us that the son, Dean, Dimmick, I the Whigs to secure the spoils of office for four the Government of the United States, is saot..
j *rr ;itT) .mop.rfltienftrtvftf New York have Jn.dorsol Eastman,Emu1dson, It years mor They have played so many tricks er matter altogether.

the comp.romise measures. TnisiriU Florence Floyd ; heretofore, to gain: their darling object-they
i as'oai'h! the Van Burens and other Barnbnrn- Gcmble, Oayiord, 1
have changed their name so often to gull Democratic KOSSUTH IN NEW YORK.
who Hamilton ,
era, compose a majority of that party.- Hammond,
ft; Why, vho arc the members here representing ris, of Alabama, Hart, voters-their motives for the present The Savannah Morning News says that tie'

; thj Democratic party of that State? Who is bard, Holliday, Houston move are so transparent, that one would suppose New York pipers of Wednesday contain accounts

'/. th" honorable gentleman who sits before me. Ingersoll, Ives, Jackson, they would be ashamed to come before of the presentation of numerous i4-
[Mr. Preston the head and Tennessee Johnson
King,]- great front of
I ,t of Frce-Snilism and Van Burenism in his own kansas, Jones of New the people on such an issue. But they know dresses to Kosstrrn, by various associatiMEj;;

; ;t paHy ? Who are the great majority of his as- see, Jones Pennsylvania full well that their days of power are numbered and societies of that city nnd vicinity-to,afl 1f

,I' soeiatcs Were not more than half the men Kurtz, Letcher, i -the fat has gone forth that they must pass of which be made brief appropriate rrpliet-*
t on their State ticket Barnburners? The Hun California, Mason, I i
into retirement- and hence the desperate and Among the rest, the New York 1
d Anti-SUvcr/
.. ti ker Democrats have surrendered- and are in Lanaban, McMullen. .
,j open<< coalition with the Fr -Soilen in the Molony. Morrison, almost insane efforts to retain power. Society presented an address.. The COmmllllt. Jr

: fit. te of Sew York ;and yet the gentleman tells ker of Pennsylvania Our sagacious neighbor of the R'pvblican is cation WAS couched in very moderate termsma.; :

:t the House that the great Democratic party ol Polk, Powell, Price. leader in the king no very pointed( allusion to the peculiar
becoming quite a
t the Stl\teof New York have indorsed the compromise dIe, Robbins, Robie, new patent .5- (1
: measures Go, again, to the State of' Savage, Scurry, Scmour it Union "crg" nizalion." lIe is no longer a Whip fanatics. The reply of KOSSCTH is such 11-i re 1I

,f Ohio-Kow is it there! How is it in Massa- I mour of Connecticut, : -cot a bit of it. but a good "ConstitutionalUnion bad a right to expect from the man. As oar
S Visits ? But it would be inappropriate for Snow Stanton of '' readers will feet desire know
man lIe has lately gone on a mission a to bow he net
In,, to detain the House at this time by any tucky, Stratton, Stuart, the Abolitionists of New York
F >;: further reference to this matter. Thompson of Virginia to organize the new party in Marion, who hare Urn (

. Hut the gentleman charges that we, the cox,and Williams. Alachua, and Columbia counties, and he has particularly active in their efforts to ingratiate

This of the South, hate heretofore acted in For Hon. E. StanJy-) written a letter to the Editor of Republican, tbcmslves in his? favor.re give his reply.Kossu'h's .

:,, -J 1: t'J' the concert North.and coalition with the Abolitionists of Bennett, Bowne, Briges, giving quit an interesting account of his pro. R ply to the Anti.Sfarery Address.G'ntlemn ., niJ
Ho ctndemns and denounces us man, Conger, Geo. T.
- Ii for it. But I ask the gentleman, with whom Goodrich, Harper, G. G. gress. He has, no doubt converted n good : I thank you both for your i a4- 1a
; t does he find the members of his own party- man, Porter, many Democrats to the new faith by his irresistible drsss and yom letter and though in con!i.
.; acting in caucus for the of B. quence.of this letter I am folly entitled act to
purpose securing Scndder Stanton and logic. All he wants is to "save the IiU
I : t. certain advantages in the organization of the For Hon. Mr. Union," and be that say more tlun this, yet I will offer you ay
-. nouse i Why, we find tltem-acting in concert Jell, Uibighaus, Brenton.. argues very wisely "if bumble thniks for the srmcatbv. -you ,ban III
.: with the gentleman from Massachusetts, [Mr. ler, Goodenow Haven, the Union is really out of danger the new or shown both for myself and the cause which! I ,

Rantull] with the gentleman from Conuecti. ter, Kunn, Martin, \ ganizationcan do no harm : If it be true that have the honor to represent. I feel highlygratified

;? cut, [Mr. Clerel:iud,] and tho gentleman from Parker, B. Thompson, ?, the Constitutional Union party is nothing but to see from your address that you bare IP
r: New York, [Mr. Preston King,] whose positions For Hon. Thad.ieus & tostowed the kindest attention upon the pri a.
i % upon this subjet are well known. The reso- len, L. D. Campbell. it'O'Q. humbug, (which he very stro*,ly suspects,) ciplcs which have actuated me and my people,

lution approving of the compromise was laid lascnll, J. W. Howle. why then too it would be harmless!P We agree and that the addresses which on every '- t o

[ on the table, because it was not the time to a- Sackett, 8choo1cratt,Tuck, entirely with our innocent cotemporary, as to, sion are presented to me, are in favor of ccha It(
dopt it; it was not politic to adopt it at this and Wells. the harmlessness oftbe "Constitutional Union wn-trodden) ) causeofinycountrymen.- ::1 Lave, ,
y time. It might interfere with their organization For Hon. T. H. Bavly confidence in being able to win your sympathy
and defeat n Democratic Speaker or 'hnstin, Cottman, : humbug and that he: himself is equally anti support,it is my desire to acquaiutyou that n:
It Clerk. Thus, the Southern Democrats are do. Johnson. Murphy and J. harmless. He may go about shaking salt over the fu'ure of Hungary rests almost with y",
ing the very thing that we hate been denoun. For HOIi.J.L. Taylor the Union: to "save it,*' but what is the use, and the strength you will) add to her cause.. i

ced fordoing; the very thing that I refused H Marshall, Stanly, when it was already saved and By the attention you have paid her wlicaI iD
I put
.I :. to do in the last Congress. I broke myself White. away g uher fioui your addresses-out of yours II'
: aIid
- loose from my party. And now, the gentlemen For Hon. A. t>an*- use? He may go about lathering the Democrats Wl'lIas the rest-I see that on your glorious
a ,' opposite are all voting for the gentleman who icr Morehead, and Bowie. with "soft soap, but if he expects shave shores our cause is much understood, and laert,
has been nominated by the Democratic caucus, For Hon. Mr.Bocock- them next fall-that's another question. That I I fore my "ork is much facilitated. I have not,

although no platform has been .laid aown. Woodward, and Aiken. "same old coon"that to use arguments to persuade you of the jo*>
They who have been denouncing the.Whig For Hon. M. G t/ry: got tight on "hard cider:7in I. tice of the cause of my country, foi you are
party for years past for not laying down their Jnn, and Walsh. 1840-belonged to uno party" in 1848. and sure of its jastcc, and that we merit your kiJIi

principles openly now come in here and hope to For Hon. Mr. Hillyer- is determined to "save the Union" in 1852,-is sympathy nnd support. This is so; and for attention : 1I"
I elect their candidates by the aid of Free-Soil- phens and Toombs.ForHon. to ..
a cute old chap. but he can't come, it this ime.Democrat's proceedings! of my dear native 1 Und
ers and Secessionists. We see Union Democrats Mr. Borne-J. in her struggle for her just rights.I thank y 00.' btat
t and Disunion Democrats, Old, ,Hunkers For Hon. Mr OutlaiD-' won't trust him-all he wants is to from my heart I thank 'You. Still more II :
I i and Barnburners, Free-Soil Democrats and For Hon. Mr. Cabell- steal into the public crib,and eat the corn he thank you for the position in which yon bate It

. 1 V Southern Rights Democrats everybody of all For Hon. Mr. Ashe-Mr. never planted. placed me, in not wishing to connect myself te'ag
f sorts from the North and from the Soutb, who Fir Hon. Mr. Allison- i If the Union requires to be with any party question. I know that you art
will come into the Democratic all ,saved every six
harmoniously For Htn.
acting Mr. Meacbam just and generous, and will not endeavor, on
) i : together for the sake of dividing the For Hon. P. King- months, over again, it won't pay to attend to entangle me with questions of a party character -

spoils,but all etudiously absolved from express For Hon. G. Janet-Mr. the business. But irAn hands have now mad while I remain among you. I must attcci
- lug their opinions on these important ,quest For Hon. M. Gorman- .i their minds to ono straight thliz
tions. : up not to destroy the Union it ( course, Dud not be forced te-
For Hon. J.Moore-Mr. will be safe the connect myself with any principle, but the i
Mr. MEADE enough for future
(interposing.) The call of the unless it
The Hon. Linn great: princple of my liberation.
f country's
; caucus was an invitation all who should take it into its
call head
I them jority of the whole number to commit suicide I avow that claim for my nation the SOfereign -

II of selves the Whig Democrats caucus, to was,attend an invitation,just as was to the all who call declared to be duly elected And in that event the ''Constitutional: Union right and independent faculty to dispose ,

call. thmelns. Whigs to att nd.Ye could GIri.as Result humbug" wouldn't be worth 'shocks." If the of duty her tO own respect domestic the same affairs nrin, and< in1ra I feel in it @urYpJace isi roy 10
Aiub Union, in a fit of cia:
f cAviuue uujruuuy. no vauic here the temporary insanity. should. '
JOT The defeat of and i in
- Whiggery every country where I asIc desire
of nominations. like go, Th
' I purpose making But will the ,the Frenchman,-jump overboard and the
gentleman pretend to that there alias Unionism, In the, cry principle may be respected for myself ,
ure ''
say none
t of bis own party who bold these utterly and out: j mil be drowned, I 'will be drowned. -and my country. in its independence and free- .

: I) Did he attempt to exclude them? Did opinions he attempt three counties heard from ( ( and nobody shall save me," would the Editor far dom. he We are men of humble faculties, and a- rued r
< as "tlsconcerned.be had
to make a nomination of the Republican jump received agreatreward
independently of
after i it
in all and
those FreeSoilers1Mr. ) show a 'Democratic in having his life granted him, but he
than 9000 pluck it up by the, drowning locks 7 This trusted, that Divine
CABELL. : !.! We need not : Providence would ensure (
I am so frequently interrupted question he must the bjW4
lature answer for himself.Daguerreotypes. right to the people of which he was aa
that I must of necessity- speak disconnect largely Democratic. humble member
cd I.). I have hut a few words more to say. tic affairs dispose of their own domes [
It is true that in the Whig caucus, as in the Prit dence anti that they would gt'in'indepeD--i 1'.1

Democratic causus, there were men of this description The Savannah" News Persons w''hing to,obtain excellent Dagoerreo- .the nation., which'would' aid the moral welfare or lie
but we did not choose compromise call published In the typo Likenesses themselves ,
i families, or friends, He again thanked the committee for their (
ourselves for the of
votes. We took our purpose .hi'spite'of securing( them their Democratic Central have an opportunity of doing so at the Pavilion or kindles, and after shaking hands with all tie1 :---

,. V and I think God for it. Those men left the, a State Contention at Mr. Hathaway raised in the yard of MI'& Hall.- members of deputation, they retired.

cancue, and are no longer Whigs. Let them go 1851, to elect delegates to_r. : This gentleman has again visited our town, where -
,' and follow the example of Senator Chase and in-the next 'Democratic he has before been favorably known, for the purpose Edlabnrg Review.

I other gentlemen from Ohio-act with the to nominate'cl1udid tes for I of'taking. Iiltenes8,lrftnd we doubt, .not. ..will, gir The October number is received. The eonteati, 'J
t great Democratic :::
party. They are no as great satisfaction u helms
N I Whigs. longer President of the U.: States uniformly heretofore are: Comparative Philology ; Dennison's Dukes ofUrblno rAt
iLl For toral ; done. We begin almost to look upon him as a cit. ; Sources of ,
tajtelt have only to say,that whatever ,ticket to be I izen, and Expression in Architecture
recommend him to'the Juvenile
may be the position of the Whig party'T.; for Presidential election., The ,pnblie., Delinquency r Mirabcau's ,CorrespOf aUI
one, Und upon the Constitution of my country throughout,the State The SoU:of the South dence; The Metamorphosis of Apulicus ; .N eapcf'man' 1
and shall act with the great Union and usual number of We have received the December itimberoEthis Justice j- The Anglo American Theory ;,Ofl. ,
Constitutional delegates to
I party, be it Whig or'Democrat. ciol Catalogue of
valaable the Great
I shell rote against any man nominated periodical, and it, as usuaU filled Exhibition- ; ,Not t,3 tYe
coalition cavcws. The Whig party could by not a A Contention of,'> ., i with matter ef :deep interest to the agricultural Artviofthelast.number. i;.4- .

expect' to elect a Whig.and hayetheretor 'rude held in Jackson, poriion of the South... We_think there is no publication ''4iJ lj

;;: no nomination; bst having placed ourselves day in January next, to ,ap ..ieaued. so:well. adapted to the improvement Col. J,W.'Forney 1-.as re1iredho m $M edit .' f

will. ,- this constitutional platform,we are willing: ;and the ,National Democratic 'of the agricultural: and grwing Interests of this sec. rial. management of the Phaadetcbto Penosj6t.anlan 1

I milt Intend Dttrocrat.wr. 'to vote. for some 'good Union'compro _UVWIWUIUD.._fd__ VI_ canaiaaie.. tion of the Union, and'none- 'of its-- kind-:;: :- tatt-- ._-!..'!-,,.. to:entrPunftn lit. dat'l4t. ..'iv, J th'U. ,

; Vice President of the Unlt ; thy of the confidence and. support, of th.- people of S. Ho s.i_ ofReprewatatites'- )(c
uiuujruus laid: As yet we not' our St te.. We ,
are organized. I / think tevery,planter of the
..,: Weare under- cratic Contention,'for the farmer, ,and ,raper now datolves :
-- acting no r.teL", Each stock owner in our State : on W V. ogean.1he ; ,
ought to iub *
: ..II., .<' member Is permitted to speak when he pleases- been previously. called to ; and we, bcpeto see lila crib. to K, 7'J
: general circn1 *'
: and his tJo
as long as judgement dictates.I
:" T, how* January j efitoyct the lUcUmood *.
ever, said he) embrace! this f J '-- We learn .
eportunity con. that a petition; is about shown on :
to be Tuesday efgH I IeighIngjaateeQuJflfl43uj
gratulcting the honorable Secretary; of State Important Movement. .; IfntedtbeComDoD ipre. : a. monster lump
_lid the President upon.t the.beautiful.:workings: wick Council of New York for at_'thre',
of their'peace )messures-1hls: quieting of agitation' A, California, letter, : ; i the .use.of' Madison Square-for the erection:pf a thousand dollars which. had been extract*44 J 1Ar.
1 will also suggest to gentlemen whappt'&r ; Crystal Palace l from the .
Times pubUihed yesterday, 'toaccommodate, _the second Louisa Mine,.now successfully' VC ked ,
so eager the
conflict,that we,the free that the GreatWorid's ,
Fair In '
? objec tof the large ,in 1832.rMr.. fcjoiaa i
; Paxton
Democracy; intend- totiffordeacb of them has county by some enterprising tfj, 14tilongiugtoJo
a *. *bo recently left San : madehl'desigd5oo'by I '
t opportunity tdeipress: their:,tiewa OD'thOde Sandwich Islands, fa;to t sI i and the 200 feet,-.two stories. ntelligent Nortfiern_ gentlewenT S
questions which,have now been so inap State there. :TothVend' i contraciorsjigree'to:, haTe the &true '
?z propriately precipitated ,uron'u...', And Dow.1 been formed 'In SID"YrA a J : : tare. completed.jn ;,three: : o hs.ifr.: Bid'die-; : S William. Ktlly, alias] )Jillt a fpgItTeIlT.b:

appeal gentlemen permit the tote to be ta departure, eontaing clause : United States commissioner : BMter,"of Carrol ll} 'count/! .
to the World's' ;
open, election. .of Speaker... ,I_thick*** ,w Introduction of at."... j Fair:'has the pledge of Boae i "i Maryland, wag* remanded at ;Harrhborg C

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THE harinfrttttrnid? to JxW. M 1iaztt4 G1pr ttu'tor&be 8tnm&- 4Frem .,., .Ew. fTd.RE, l't.,, .ol "" ..t xit.
his Sky Light Dtnermn Pavilion, tic and coiunAptivV;:jffiptfF&rJVZr, for derangements' BitoannahitPala ua. .-.:. .. \
}' Ply w Saeaxnak N*.".., would respectfully offex this M a favorabU opportunity of 4heliver,1 spleen 4o" Ttide Via Dane*, Bnaismct', St.To ., -UlTp'=__,Jeaoallrt BOULTER & CO.> "

j, -Trk Ct- Market,' ete., themselves to all or thoM friends who, wltk'trhi'with finperb very bet:likeness Snlsb.Now .'faf] .Bitttri'and Pills, !for.the d ic'rbtUgii ',BId.- .. -er".tPiUlllt. ;- t ;AT THE'STORE\FORMERLY Old'UP1BI'BY \

NEW Tom, Dee. 14 P.M P3Jsj Ointments, and 7' idtsres.for the relief of leave '. J
to the tim for jroeuxing a fino and beantifnl Thursday, 2nd".October, at 4 T. O. HOLMEs & CU.THE .
York Cotton Market on Satur- article for Christmas and New Yean pnontt;nch nephritic,'uteriDeheuwio and gouty pains; pcIO) k.P. M. UNDERSIGNED hate ned
jfew 1r at the
the Gold Panitet me pmt add Mixtures for cpf ;
Bread arresting
M a
Pin. ,or Bracelet or a fin ,
saln stand of T. 0. Holmes ..
the 4
and .
.i there was a goal feeling, Paper Machla Cue Inlaid with Pearl;or fine 'W: speedily(cito, tnto et jocund ,mucous and BATES :OF,FARE REDUCED.HB large, andwea-seleeted assortment: .of anew,
bales. We quote Up. races Cases of axe at low'rata ,Can other discharges from
two tlioiswl any a and the urinary .organs;; new and' operidr fast B'l'.A.PLE. DRY AND
examine at the Pavilion on thelcJbet..teII the houses Styptvs uterine. und other FANCY GOOD,
half for hemorrhages
((8 ; .
f"tfddlin&ateightand a 1i'cents.Orl steam packet "
of Mrs HaH and Mr Gr tJi.. Antibydryncal,Ointment PewSettoad Patio MAGNOLIA P. BE..fDY..VADE CLOTHING. E.411 n. '
at eight and three quarters ((8J.OttttJ. JAS L HATHAWAY. ,. McNii.Tr: master will leave as WARE AND' (*?*&* KV% SAD- f
for ;
a nd ns Jacksonville, Dee 20. 3t reducing dropsical swellings; Cardiacal above, and continue to leave every THURSDAY. nrjwer, STATIONERY .' t
Pills for diseases the heart and purification 'wuhleavePalatkaeverySatardaymora. BOOTS AND3BOES .
are active A sale of 1,800 of the blood Magic Tinctures, and Embrocations tag d 8 0 dock and tears Jaoksenviltesome ever HATS AND CAPS ,
nl Stores nine at 9 o'clock.Fir ,
S s Oils Tallow Grease and
Ohio tor the relief
speedy OrDeI'YOQ,affections
Turpentine was made at $3 per barrel.5itt MINERAL PAINT. freight or passage, having spteadid"aeeommodations TOGETHER wiTiICaoCBERY _
Hrrfte especially those of females \AlteratictPills .1 AND
state rooms, Ac: applyO'D board,or to
hundred barrels Roiin sold at $1,3 ;itiff'f 300 Barrels Machinery Oil; price 75 eta per pL for the renovation of the constitution; Antiifysintcric : FERNANDEZ, BISBEE A CO, TURE_ PROVISIONS, &!;

hundred at 't.40, and two hundred *t 2500 Gallons do do do do do : Pills, for dysentery and diarrhoea; 'Agents at Jacksonville, or J:'( SHORT,

hundred barrels Spirits sold at 33eeati .200 in cub of various sues. Disinfectant and Prophylactic Washes, (the former ML COHEN Aeogi Savannah. Every thing to suit tho market.
Barrels Boiled Paint Oil do 55 do
secure against infection, and he latter OP" Freight payable byshippers.
Ho. 5000 Gallon do do do Oct 4, 1851. tf win be10M upon u rearocable terms as
per g in casks of various JeL neutralize,by a chemical process, any contagious they can be afforded for in the Southern, country.
Savannah 350 Barrels Tannera' Oil; various kinds and quali- virus with which one may chance to Customers_would do well to call acd examine for
From tM Georgian come in contact ) Colic Syn, s for children themselves, before making their
ties from 35 to 60 cents per gallon. ; ; From Jacksonville purchases. ebe ,
NEW ORIEAKS, D-c. 11.Coton 1500 Gallons in cuba of various sixes. Various Diccutients, for tumors, pimples freckles,1& ; ,where. R BOULTER Jb CO.

; ,KMifiy,his been inactive Sales 8,000 kinds and qualities, from 35 to 50 cents per Salve, for sores; Unguents, for itch e:11dht"4c, For Enterprise and Mellonville. Jacksonville, Oet.:5, 1851. tfCO. .

Strictly Middling is gallon. burns &c; Cpllyria, for sore eyes; Dent rifiees THE Steamer SARAH '
l n 1e" at steady prices. 50 tons Tallow Grease, for heavy bearings, knd and Collutories ,for the teeth and gums; and -'iit SPALDING, having been newly E. L. H..UlRISOS.& ., : .

acted al T3 5- Molasses is veay active-4.000sVs : coarse machinery in barrels or casks, of any other remedies are manufactured to order, on fitted up, will' resume her.regular On Bay :fronting L d+ritA'shrink knit/ing '
sold to-dvr: at 22c. for prime. Whiskey consistency required. Price 6 cents per lb. chemical and pathological: principles universally rips for the above places on Monday the 26th inst, fret ,
( 150 tons Ohio Mineral Paint, in barrels, at the touching at all the intermediate landings, and will JACKSONVILLE; FLA.
is uellin nt 3. recognized by profession, and kept
i,dull at I7c. Rice :; lowest market price. generally continue punctually to leave every Monday morning .
EF:1no.-A great meeting was held here,, MaeAiiitry Oil, warranted not to chill in the on band at the brick officer of at 9 o'clock, connecting with the U. S. Mail THE Subscribers respectfully inform tbclr friends
into consideration the coldest weather.and considered by those using it DR. BAKER, steamers to and from Savannah. For freight en- acquaintances that they hare ct blsbed
take case
last night to equal to sperm oil. Opposite the Court: House. gagements or passage, apply on board, or to themselves in the mercantile business in this place, I -
of Mr. Thrasher, now on his way to Spain Boiled Paint Oil, equal to Linseed oil,other than PRiCE bottle phial box &o with direc- FERNANDEZ, BISBEE it CO., Agents. and are now receiving and opening at the store
for white.I per Jacksonville, Aug. 23, 1851. 6m above named a full assortment, consisting of Dry
ud series resolutions! adopted, calling upon am constantly receiving large supplies of the tiens, for their use, $1. Goods, Fancy Articles, Groceries, Hard Ware,

0 Government to Intt"rfpreflJ'mpUy de- above named articles, and my motto is. "Small pro- PaL CRIPTIOl'iS' in extenso, with medicines, Boots, Shoes;Hats, Cap, Bonnets, Ac Ac., with
the instant release of Thrasher; also, fits and quick returns. S3 in hand, and from S5 to $100 (;according ENTERPRIZE HOUSE, every variety goods usually kept in a Dry Goods
Band B. F. POND, to contract and the nature of the case.) when Lake Monroe, East Florida.1IIESabscribt"r'rf'spectful1y Store; which they offer for sale as cheap as they .
hat Splin be warned against: further outrnges 56 Water at.. (under the Pearl St. House,) the cure is completed, or, in incurable cases, can be purchased at any market in the Southern

our cithens. Several speech" ? were made, December, 185L New York. when the relief promised is afforded. Special informs the country.
Their entire stock havirg been selected
snd money contributed by Whips and Demo. contracts mode, in chronic cases, when desi M.! nnblic in general that this house will be of the firm with much care and attention, and by witha one

cnts. The en-atest enthusiasm prevailed,and Sale of the Steamer Pampero. red. Orders from a distance, with money en- opened for the reception of company by the 10th view particularly to this market they flatter

manifested. virtue of decrees of the District Courtof closed, will meet will prompt attention. day of October,and intends to give the business his themselves that they will be enabled to give entire
the war fpirit was strongly B the United States for the Northern Jacksonville Dec. 13, 181. tf strict personal attention. His table will be furnish satisfaction to all who may favor them with their
ed with the best the country affords, and no trouble patronage,both as to the prices and quality of their
District of Florida in the
NEW YORK. Dec. 13. two causes In Justice's Court. or expense will be spared to make an comfortable goods.. They will be constantly receivir* such additions
2000 bales. Middling United States against the steamer Pampero, who may call on him. to their stock as the state of the market
rorrox.-Silcs to-iay : her tackle, apparel and furniture, and by virtue lint District of Ataehna County. Tht mild and genial climate of South Florida may require, and respectfully solicit a share of the

Uplands! are quoted at 8' Orleans 834. Natal of an order of sale to me issued from said Smith A O'Brien, presents many advantages to the invalids in pur- patronage of their friends acd acquaintances.

stores are active. I Court, I will sell nt public auction, to the high- T!. suit! of health, and no part of Florida presents a Arrangement having been male in New York
est bidder, the steamer Pampero,her tackle, apparel John H. Lewis and wife. more pleasant and agreeable retreat than the bor. orders can be supplied at the shortest r>oiblQ no
iers of Lake Monroe. Persons fond,of fishing and tice. E. L. HARRISON,
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. and furniture, at Jacksonville, Fla., on Jilta lt.mnzt.
bunting,will have of J. P. SANDERSON.
the 17th of next. Sum to $50 00. Bond filed for $100 00.THE : every opportunity enjoying
Saturday day January sworn .
been elected Senator: themselves the
John B. Thoaipson'hos as woods abound with game, and Sept I, 1851. oetlS-tf
Terms cash. Defendants and all others interested are the s&cams with fish. _

from Kentucky. JOHN T. MYRICK, U S Marshal, notified of the commencement of this ARTHUR GINN, Proprietor. HTCTJERT & CO.,
Count Pul"ki, agent employed to disseminate By Gcu. J. ZEUNBAUR, Deputy. suit by Attachment, returnable to a Justices courtto Oct.4, 1851. 6m
be held at Newnansville in the county ofAlachua BAY STREET, JACKSONVILLE. FLA., _
Kossoth's speeches and proclamations in Jacksonville, Dec. 18, 1851.
the second in December
on Thursday respectfully inform their customers
Hanpry, his arrived with the report that a next and they are hereby required to appear and :' BOARDING.Jfek WOULD the public ;;generally that their FALL-

refolt Ltd been detected among the Hungarian 910 Reward, plead to the same.! Jfek SUBSCRIBER is prepared to acJE&commodate STOCK OF GOODS hare arrived and are nowready
If caught in Florida or near the Georgia*, or Given under my hand and seal, this 17th day of a number of Boarders, at his for the inspection cf those wishing to purchase
in the Austrian army. IltYMu's'lIunr'1rhn D 1851.THOMAS.
nobles November A. ,
erected residence in the Northwest of Good Articles at Luc Prices.
burned ;incendiary S25 REWARDIf recently part
rrsidenceha.1 been by an J. PREVATT [i-s]
its owner narrowly escaped: with Jus caught in Midl'e or Upper Georgia.g Nov 29. 3m Justice of the Peace. the town, the location of which is known to be Their stock consists, in j-art, of Dry Good, ot almost
; highly favorable to health and from its el every quality acd name, from silks to kcrys
life. RANAWAY from the Subscriber on evation. The HOUSE is just completed; t.hcdeep- fresh family Groceries. iIardwarcTia ware\V"ooa-

Shameful Proceeding inVefialthe {ADn-rs. : the 13th lust, his negro man, JOHN- Valuable Plantation for Sale. ing and other apartments being spacious and well en ware, Boots and Shoe, Hats end .Cap, of the
SON a likely black: fellow, about 20 finished; all plastered. Ac. latest styles. Ladies' Bonnets, and a r-.ety cf serviceable
sale his valuJrA
or the- Jt The undersigned offers for -
in the On
following report $ the premises is a good and spacious Bathing
and articles which; fall to
fancy cfcncot
feet G 8 inches in
years age, or able tract of land lyitg Big Black House where thoso its .
upon wishing advantages,
of Wednesday: suit the most varied tastes oi the rata sex, who
congressional height rather stout, with a bluff manner of Creek, in the county of Duval,containing about enjoy them with every convenience. are especially invited to call.ALSO.
Mr. Smith, of Alibnrot. give notice tint at expressing himself a small crown, and good eight hundred acres, throagh which Little The furniture of the House is also entirely new, ,

11 early day he fthonld move a joint resolution teeth, not very squ'are in front. The above reward I Black Creek runs to, and empties into, Big being just received(rem New York. ,
lir'ctins the Secretary of State to furnish will be paid for his lodgment in any secure I, Black Creek. There are about fifty acres of Arrangements have been made to supply the table A select assortment olSaddlcs. Eri< lei. Merlin
with ample and excellent fare, and good servants galls Collars,Ac.; Trunks Carpet Bags, Umbrellas,
Louis Kossuth with the Acts of Congress jail where 1 may get him. He came in the : land and about
cleared and seven
improved ,
have been employed to attend to the comfort and all that is usually found in any store in this
t iimt treason and misdemeanors. to prevent beginning of this year from near Pendleton, hundred and fifty acres of first quality Hani- of guests. country tho half or..lllchvould be"too nuu.eroua

kls: mating any more seditious speeches.Mr. S. C., and has relatives near that place, and mock land, Swamp land and Pine land-, 1 shall spare! no pains to render my House in all to mention."
Stanton, of Ky- inquire if the aentle- has probably gone there through Middle and the Swamp land containing large quantities of respects pleasant to those who make it theirhome, Their stock! having been selected by one of the
am from Alabama wished: to re-enact the law Upper Georgia, though he may still be in Flor- the very best materials for cypress shingles.The and respectfully invite a call from citizens who wish, firm, and one well atquatnted with the wants art

ininst !!t"<1ition. ill:,. Any communication addressed to me, directed buildings upon said tract of land consistof permanent board, or strangers who may sojourn in the people of this section they only say- t

Mr. Smith did riot wish to re-enaact any 'Anzie Island, Pilatka P. 0., E. Florida,' a dwelling house, smoke house, kitchen, negro m our hospitable dime during the winter months. O CALL AND SEE.a
inch Itw, but he wanted no more Pampero ex- will receive prompt attention houses &c, &c. There are also two good W. D. WARD. being fully assured that none will go;; a vay unstated
Jacksonville, Oct. 11, 1851. it either as to tho quality of the goods or the pri
peditions.The J. C. CALHOUN, per wells of excellent water. The situation is high tea asked for theo.N. .

Speaker said, as the motion had been F. AI. ADAMS. and healthy., and, lying immediately upon Bg: .-All kinds *f Country Produce taken in
objected to, it was not competent for the House December 20. 1851. tf Black Creek, up which steamboats run four A CARD. exchange for goods,at the highest market ricer.

ttt.ies vote; but a motion could be given by n- The UIuron Telegraph," and "Temper- times a week. and return it possesses every" VA. THE SUBSCRIBER having leased the Again, CALL xx 0..SEE. "We eLir oie nti..g for

leaving: it with the Clerk. ance Banner," 'Pen Geld;'Ga, wilt insert the desirable ftcily: for transportation. There is JcioLwell-known house formerly kept by Mr. .bomgour good&D.

A Washington correspondent of the Baltimore above until forbidden, the former thre times also a Post Office at Garey's Ferry, about fivemiles John Clark, takes this method of informing the citizens 3TCUEN A CO.-
said Creek and good roads in of Jacksonville and vicinity, that he is now Oct 18, 1851._c_ .
send above
week, the latter once n week, and bill to on ;
Sun to refreshments at hour of the I Ifi'om
s.y- made in the House to Dr. J. C. Calhoun, and numbers of the paper and around the immediate section of country. 7 deck in the morning until any 10 at night; he In the Circuit Court:
A nnJ proposition was around is well adapted to grazing
theadvertisement.Plautation The country .
which Cov. containing can furnish Lunch at the shortest! notice, tu Cold DUVAL COUNTY IN CHA14CE8F.Archibald
iapeach: Kossuth for treason; to cattle and raising hogs, the range being excel. Ham, Beef Tongue. Pigs feet Tripe, Shrytnps Sar -
Dotv Yntnd:1n lmentwelcoming< him and and mill-Site for lent. I will sell the said tract of land uponreasonable dines. Fish &.; he has had Liquors and Wines selected H. Cole, C&nplaica-it, and )
appropriating;+ $l0,000 to his reception.The Sale.MI terms, and will make perfect titles by good judges in New York. and paid the Francis Richard and John S.Eammu, >

to the same. DAVIS FLOYD. highest prices for them, and has, he thinks, Wines 'Defendants. ) a -
Aibiny Atlas, commenting on the Pres. WILL DISPOSE OF, private tg Nonmber.29 1851. and Liquors of the first quality; also Porter and Ale. IT' appearing to the Court upon aEdavit that
my PLANTATION tbe,2 Gentlemen will please call and judge for themselvesand Frances Richard, one of the said Defendants,-
iicnt's message, says: St. John's river, at the mouth of Julington speak of me as they nd me. No pains will be resides within the State of Florida. but without the, o
The message, unexceptionable in style and creek, sixteen miles above Jacksonville. The Burial II otice.ALL spared to please all who may favor me with a call. Limits of the Eastern Judicial Circuit: On motionof

i fair presentment of the views of the Federal situation is known to be the most beautiful PERSONS are hereby forbidden from in- S. S. TYLER. McQueen McIntosh, Solicitor for Complainant,
Jacksonville, Oct. 1 1. 18.5L' u Iris ordered, That the sail Francis Richard do
party of this day, is yet distinguished by a the river, and is remarkable for its salubrity ; +g any more eorrpses in the burial groundon appear and plead answer,.or demur to raid rill
Mntnotonly of democracy or republicanism, not a case of fever having occurred there for the hill near the Episcopal Cbnreh in the town within two months from the" date of this Order, cf

iat of nationality. The references to English many years. The dwelling is spacious and !, of Jacksonville, as the same Sam to; private one property else.for, Boarding r at.'DIanda41L said Bill will be taken as confessed against him. .-
ai French supervision of Cuba, is a striking eomfcrUble, and calculated for the accommodation and has never been conveyed further any on the It if also ordered That the foregoing order b& '
trespasses SUBSCRIBERS would
wd instance of this and the attempt of The land about 400 the use of the public. MTHE inform published in one of the public gazettes in said cir
humiliating ; a large family. ( I determined no lODger -
said lot will be resisted! as am :. that they have taken the well known cult week for two months.TH03. ;
once a .
: to cover it up, by vague declarations acres) is of good quality, and well adapted to to have my property appropriated by others BOARDING HOUSE at Mandarin Duval county, DOUGLAS .
arumt the right of search by those powers, the cultivation of cotton and corn, and about with impunity. MARIA DOGGETT. Florida formerly kept by Mr. C. Read and that Judge.I

only: makes it more emphatic.It fifty acres suited for_ sugar cane. There is an Nov. 22, 1851 6m they are prepared to accommodate comfortably all ISADORE V. GA;;;. clerk of the Circuit _
would seem by the proceedings of Con- admirable site for a steam s aw-mill at them who may wish board, by the month or otherwise' Court of Dun Conntyr Eastern Circuit of Florida '

rrew as if that body were ready: to come np to outh of the creek, and it possesses the advantage Notice to Creditors. Charges moderate. do hereby,certify that the foregoing is a correct '

kefull measure: of the programme of central- of being in the centre of a section of A LL PERSONS having demands against i the PETTY A ACOSTA. copy of the original order on file in,my office. '
22 1851.
sition! assumed! by the executive. country finely wooded with yellow pine.- JEstate of Rebecca E. Read, late of Duval 23,1851. L V. GARS IE.2m.Clerk.

There is a flourishing orange,grove on the County, deceased,are hereby'notified to present New Boarding House. August _

MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.The premises, whilh formerly produced an incomeof them to the undersigned within two years -.-.. THIS SIDE UP ' Northern Mail arrives between the hours of a thousand dollars year, and will shortlydo from the dtte of this notice, or they will be THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs -

3A.: 11, and 4 P. M, on Sundays and Wednes. so again,judging from the present thrifty forever barred by the statute in such case made ., strangers arid residents that he has just J1 :test C9I asn2av'aglrattog3vp

%., and will be closed hereafter on Monday and and healthy appearance of the trees. The and provided. opened his new house at the corner Monroe and '.It '\UOUN: 'n '''fIq'sigoid

ftonday night at 9 o'clock. Post Office at Mandarin is within two miles, I MALCOM McG.BREADALBANE, Ocean Streets, for the reception: of boarders. He ; items ta pjogaw
i and the steamers: pass and reposs the house, in I Administrator. will receive boarders on reasonable terms, and use -rSJaNVIWlI jaaNfls -

The Southern and Western Mails are due on their regular trips to and from Savannah.. I Sept. 13, 18St 3m every exertion to make them comfortable.A.. Pus 'SufhINlIaa'aaIuaJOuo': : 'NHOD .
1 o'clock. .
!eiday and Friday mornings by Those wishing to purchase this.property, may COY.' '
The Southern Mail (by Steamboat) will be clot call on. or address by letter, the subscriber, at Administration Notice. Jacksonville.. Nov. is, 1851._tf .* tuyjonmb PUD'ifJl1Ir.r 5.2W ssg'n4o: g ud'os'iv .

hereafter at 11 clock, A.M, and the Western Jacksonville, E.Florida. % :
ij Stage) at 3 o'clock, P. M., on Sundays andredneadaya CHARLES BYBNE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN," That four Florida House For Rent. 'Lr11 .wa181g H1'nb 'ti3q sareq 00tamlZ =;
Jacksonville, Dee 20, 1851. from date, will apply to the Hon. :above well known HOTEL,sitna- noauuto qZ aaq IIa.I.I q 00f.aura
Judge Probate of Nassau: county for leave MTill the city of St Augustine being in .nqAlItrnb: sat 10 Llf.
E-:: The Poet Office will be open on Sunday onT to; sell the real estate lying in'that; county belonging 1 order; is for rent, for one or more pe.u'sa 00001' -

one HOUR after the arrival and assorting of the Notlee.SIX to the estate of William Hickman deceased yean,with or without the furniture. "' !: ttl3tna loinq QHVH OOO'OnfJg .
Ai'H. COLE.Administrator's ; ..
Northern Mail. WEEKS after date, the undersigned will ap- ; ? HELEN HICKM AN.Adm'x. June 14, 1851. .tad
to the Judge of Probate for Levy county Oct. 29 l351. no.Ict. :: 1rJ1 do J.IH pUa091I snP'
October 1st 1651.fHarCnr. ,
for Letters of Administration on the estate of John :N tf c.
deceased. JOHN A. BEGGS. -' """ -> Old Iron Brass and Copper Wanted I:
Gorse MONTHS, AFTER, SATE, we will .
ouvnal. Wekyeva, Dee 13, 1851. 6w Administrator's Notice S present our accounts and Touchers to the having old Iron,Brass or Copper.

'itX'MONlHS AFTER DATE,':1 will presentS Ion. Judge of Probate for Columbia'county, PERSONS wish to dispose of, will find

JACKSONVILLE DEC. 20.1SteamerSt.Matthewsarrives. Education.A my account Administrator of tho Estate the of Honda,for a final settlement! and ask 'a. discharge ready sale for all they CaD bring, at the FomDKT ,
fORT OF Honorable
Floridafor the
arrived, deceased to
YOUNG MAN, recently John T. Broer the further Administration of the Jacksonville, Ha- and receive liberal:
-== the benefit of Ws health; wishes to engage Judge Probates for the County,'of Dan!. and :
of the Estate of Archibald Hog&ns :Iatc rBa1dcoun. prices for the aame.
a teacher of the usual olementary final settlement and allowance
M for ,
family ;
ask a
a private -
The U.S. Maj Savannah branches. Or he would accept of a public .am e,and also for a discharge from the admhustra ty, deceased; of which all,persons interested: GEORGE,MOONEY Proprietor.
It Jacksonville every Sunday, from fchool, could one be obtained in a suitable locality. of satdestate. are desired to take notice.Z. May 17.___ _
ui leaves every Tuesday morning. Terms moderate. .- THOh1AS;LEDWtTH, Adm-r.. HOGANSj Adm'r.
U.S. Mail Steamer W'DL Guton arrives ever Address A B C, at the office of this paper. September 20,185L' .:-6m: ROBERTS; ; Adm'x.
and leans dec 13 tr, Fla.. 1851. -'!6m after date, :we: the under- .
7 Wednesday, Xrom Savauaan, Aligator, May SIX"UONTllS on the Estate of 4

cry Friday morning ,Eastern Circuit of Florida. Oolumbia .de.
Administration Notice.. Micajoh Den, late of county, -;
Sfrrannab on 'Ex mtor' l'f Notice .
Steamer Magnolia arrives from CIRCUIT COURTftrDUVAL COUNTY ceased will present our accounts and vouchers

, Frida1< and leaves Saturday evening. ALL PERSONS six months interested from the are date hereby hereof;notified I shall Iii Chanfcery.:..'Bill Complaint NOTldE"'IS HEREBY,- 'GIYEN4r,That Hon.six, to the ,Honorable Judge of Probate for said .
from date I shall to the
Steamer Welaka, arrives an Saturday, front present ray account of my administration of the estate I t Francis Gaines,- of Probate of Duval, county, for a final discharge -' county.,to' be discharged: from the further ad.
.. vansah, and )leaves Sunday jwenjng.SUunjer of Henry!' Hartley, deceased to the Honorable vs. from the Administration of the'Estate_ of ministration of said Estate; for, which all per.

Sarah Spalding: leaves .'for Lake Judge of Probate of Dun county, and ask far I Samuel Turner-and Jane R.Turner,his wife. '' Matthew Philips late of said county of,DnvaV persons-heirs, legatees, or persons interested,

" aonroe on Monday: and returns ou Thursday. Anal' settlement with thereof the same, and.discharge, from appearing the satisfaction of the'Court, Hon. deceased... -. ALBERT,'O..;PHILIPS ; -ar hereby requested to take notice. ::
y pdminisIrsUon SUSANNAH'BARTLEY- ; AdmLAagpaf : IT Thomas iJkmglas Judge, presiding,'that said August 23. 185L, .--"" 6m !.Executor.Administrator's .: ,,.'. .HHODA' CORINTH '
reside out of said State,on motion of C.n \VM-:ROUSSEAU, <
; T atc,Ira tilt Recirtt of the CiuHm Bwte am Defendants ,
,9,1851. .... Cooper. Era, SOtWt.ol'tat' Cflmri&I&Ant. Notice', Administrators: "
T&Unt. It iiOrdmd, That .publication of the filing of after date I rail: present my ae- Xitlle River Aug. 16, 1831. 'Gin
Charleston. tEo made hi ,some1 : __ z'
W-Seh H M DentIns, Ba"'b ge. Notice.HX said Bifa of Com I newspaper SIX Administrator of the Estate of David

Brie Water Witeh,Lindon N Y-: MONTHS after_date,.I wilt present,to printed in said in such Circuit:eases, for made_ the and timei'provided.Ititfurthtror :[prescribed.- by. Sileox, deceased as to the BonJwke of Probates for ., ,Calvin,:Oak, "J IOUNS1iITlli'JtND.

Cleatred e' S. the Honorable Judge of ;Probate for Co- the, statute brtt That AidrDcfen4anr. be,- Duel eaunty. anel'uk for a ftni1 settlement and 4. fdtjINIST .
Caleb Portland.rijBarahP ., and vouchers as and answer allowance or the ame'anet m1. diaeh, rgefromthe : '
15-BrigSophla ,
accounts required,to ; t
lumbia county :307 and they are hereby appear t himself t'Jack_ -
of aid EItate.t: located : .
It Admihistraition permanently
T. the
H Hinsoo.
, .tcrs. ,King, Administrator en the Estate of Samuel raid BM of ComplalnVwitbln four months from : SILCOX Adm'r. HAS
' BehB A 'N,T. alperIODS the shall be taken JAMESA.. ; eEF. Heispreraredtocloallworklathe :
Tuf te. KInney, county deceased ; ,lor'.which of this publication, or same msnnfae-
late of said date 185L 6m line,both repairing and
ITT.For August 16, Gunsmith
w-Brig Water Witch Undon to them. ,, .
requested d agsiast r r -
. are hereby BJFLEINO."lwhich
'concerned "witness .J. Judge io. .. .. taring. _He_taa a: new: process,of
take notice,***Ish"nut:to be discharged from the Hon-Thos.Douglas- ;, etice.. far surpasses the uses!, method., Those p

Sale, I the further. 'administration of aid estat i Stair of.Flari&r' County-jf Duval: v EC WEEKS from date;;I shall appry to the Honforable ::' wishing can have ,them mule crtrurltd to order to Lia! ,ears All FMUehtnery will. ,: t
:fti .atook'or S and
WM.H.ROUSSIAUAdm'r.Little gnnsraithins
TSlBabterfker offers for &l e hlatIre that the Rove order a tree. and udge Probates of;AUchua.;.county, 'elcwapUcatton '"itecrve
: GOODS new ou b&Dd-d. Palatk, eons1Jtln( lifter Ang.16,1831. 6n hereby certify on' office, thisZOthNoTembe Florida IorLettenorAcbxdnjltraUon'on the eatatc.otWWlaJlt' prompt.attaatoD.! Be hones by > .
order ffie fa mv of *
of an to jaerit share public pate *.
at WUl eorreet copy a
trad deeiad.
.tftrJ1hbt g..any kept for eountry. -IJ.V.1GARNIE, S. Standl17..Jate.o! said Count:.. .
r* ;Jot, u4 wUrf. I. .OFFICESSrusttif ** lSJSl Dll. M* -.. .'ISAIAH'FLOYD.Newwatrflle ;' con age.
i'" .%eg.liW'tsl.- "'.w-_,,_HAft to. "eta'- er 3 n Cola' .c. R a&tMNBJIT the eoavwe, elr *: Houses,: _Kor.Jl.t :- a a. Clap, Cinsait .ut11)aa1o 4Ba ( Fla.,HOT. 29, 1811. .* Jacktoarffl, Pec om""t 181. V

, ,ob 11 COLE.- 1fI .
of daxrIp l- jelly
atatb, Ara) :0, 1851. Jm I pd lkalBltMe every / .

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published every SATURDAY Jacks- : I'- "- ,. .,. _-..."" .,- ,- : .. J ...' .... 7 ...1" Medicine inayecrme JIIe
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t *Uleio the County of Duvaf and,Suwo! FloridtBY I , t. ,..-.,.!t", ..,.--.tt. .., (. : ; j, : ;"" :J'r&" V ; ,,- !"" I 0 that all.that ma1Ibe'aSlc&aIJtJ tW
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.. r. CHARLES ,BYtE : ; JOB PRINTING' ,OFFICE.I, 1 i .-. _.... lP..f".If.Sl.. ...... .. ;'. :THMOST::;V V .1!' d]' R"TBBCUBB ,pFjs ;;!;;';;. : "* 'f! ....3 Tonn tnl"4 1&t"1ttet41: '
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V uT1LLre.th.1flthe: Court of the Eastern : o Pilot

,. : FELIX LIVINGSTON. E41ta IIATIiG received from 1 l ew'York a supply of t r VY dlolal Circuit, ;m th. ,Supreme: Court at presJ.ZEd f t. thtju5lw. tIta1uU t I 1ocsettEsq.! S&.rou!
States District ) .
i Jacksonville, and in the United fl(ever pe V ,
Type and
materials suitable for Job
Printing V iiil n< Florida ,
i TERMS : Court for the Northern District "p'1I I PfWIrnerfJ 14tlS01O'iLL.'laDe
: _
v we ale to execute at the shortest WUb'ngton -I! '\ I Ct .I i.I
prepared at
pow ; notice i efficient and reliable agent '
Having ,
DOLLARS TEH ARSUM, M ADVASCI.K3rAdreiusemem n1HA8 t NOT 'F AILED'TO A ::Dear Sir: 1 tat tried
TRREI airiinds *. l he will osecute claims againstthe United lIT V< ,.our.Ind t ix

:; f i --iu be: inserted, on the follow ,Pamphlets, Circulars, States before Congress V:and thelfcparbnents .at V '50'IISTANCE..12'" __ i. in my family, and hare toundlaatel1
I i V for Diarrhoea. -x take
compounde4 remedy
I U : Law Blank, Hand Bill, ashlngtoD Valuable preparation g plID
; !, ODe dollar per square .ftwelve lines and undtJ '" 'Bojintst:Cards, Show Bill,: Being permanently located at Jacksonville he i Tm& leYeral medicinal, root8 growing in recommending- to.the public.Bespectfully. ..;..: :

i \ the firat insettion. and 75 cents for each subs Visiting:CardsBills: of.lading,, 1 will rive his and eutire all bueiessentrnsted and unremitting attention to his care.He tobis. the Wilds orFlorida. tIs .vuLnd.U0's.yVeg J.B. TOWiis

': i t J Toyearly advertisers a liberal discount ,Labels,. cc.,..te.,,Ice. i profession, table,'and designed srEC1 u.y for the Eib'e t Poinsett, Esq. "
1 : qoentlnsemon. Qp-X//1ilZs/o". wort tli1lintl will also attend to any business as The Inventor ADd -
\ ; of ,to le paid o n 1 'curQ.\of .the above disease., JA soKnLlZ' '
; I will be made. 'ehverjf. V June 14. NOTARY PUBLIC,'& COMMISSIONER is fully convinced that..it is an. in- June 27,
,Proprietor '
I 33-A11 advertisements must be paid for before insenion. V Appointed by'tho"Governors -of the following Taloable Medicine. In fact the teat that he Dear Sir: 1 ani entirely relicTed of.ay

t !t ,unless by a regular customer. By referringto Joseph 8. ',Baker, BI.'..n"PEAOTr.nOKE&OF States to take Testimony, Affidavits, and Acknowledgments has given it in,the town in: which he resides, plAint, tlianksio you for your ''n9>
be ascertained to be used therein: it has ECUsZ" it is the best I hate ever used
aur terms,the requisite sum may and the astonishing ***SI.with. which
I and transmitted with the advertisement. MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY AND SURGERY V Maine, North Carolina, Virginia met, warrants him in saying that it lea_ POSITIVE disease, and I feelhappy V in rfeoDl1D

: .-Advertisements not marked with the number OFFICE on the corner,of Market and Forsyth Vermont York, South Massachusetts Carolina,, Georgia Mbaissippi.New CURE. He has therefore come to the the public. Yours GEORGE truly,

. I i, of insertions required,will be continued until l forbid streets, opposite' the Court-Houso. Delaware, Pennsylvania, Alabama, determination to place it lhinte.Jc of To ,E.r Poinsett, Esi.Je.cxsosvitLuJu1730. V COULT

and charged for. Jacksonville,'Oct:18, 1851. U Maryland, Texas. NOT-tf all, knowing how many'8ufl'er rery
and often dangerous Disease,par.
unpleasant is.
3Five dollars will be charged for all announceme ,
I Notice. & tlcularly in the Southern andWnttm Stat g. De rSir: I have tried your very T
Cooper Basinger
its candidates for office. ,
In purchasing my. INDIAN LOXECUST Medicine for Diarrhoea and find it by&
One square for SIX Months, : i 810 00 THE UNDERSIGNED having formed a Co ATTORNEYS AT LAW, particular and look for my written signature. the best and safest euro for this dangerous

:, Notice to Debtors and Creditors s : 7 00 offer their for the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.respectf'ulJI the, SAVANNAH QA. ontholabeL ease that I have ever known or heard of.
professional services to -
. Application for Letters o (Administration 5 00 citizens Jacksonville and its vicinity. WILL practice in all the Courts of the Eastern L I refer the public below to a few certificates little daughter, aged about two years, tl

k 4 i :JSP: All religious; notices will be inserted gratuiarty. V J. 5. MURDOCH, M. D. Circuit of Georgia; also in the Eastern Cir selected from among many received from re- fered long and was reduced to almost ator.

r : B. P. DANIEL, M. D. cnitofFloreda. spectable citizens of JacksonyiUe. and 1 tried part of a Bottle of your )

t JCF: All admissable personal communications will Office on the corner directly North of the Buffing Office on the Day, over Room.the Republican Beading. EGBERT POINSETT.P. AN LOXECUST and it has acted like a ch

V I ton House. i S. Planters should not be without this the child is n w improving be.
\ advertisements. may
charged as Oct. 25, IS51. 3m CHARLES P. COOPER. WHo S. BASWGIR
.t Dec 13. tf valuable Medicine. Every family ought to by those who do not believe. Bepectfully
I [r.r AJ1 bills for Job Printing must be paid on the .
V it hand. A. Y.
keep COLVlo.
delivery of the work.CO9 Calvin Oak, Felix Livingston, M.BEED, principal Agent for Jackson To E.Poinsett, Es,. V
All cornm'inicaOons must be addreaeed to GUNSMITH AND MACHINIST ville. v

I: the D'litur, potgc paid. HAS permanently located himself at Jackson ATTORNEY AT LAW, Jacksonville, August 1 6, 1851: ly JACKSONVILLE, E. Fla., Mjy,11, i8

,'E. F. He Is prepared to do all work in JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Dear Sir: This may,certify to you that

tho Gunsmith line, both in repairing and manufac April 26. tf a negro girl suffering under a severe

AEWSOUTIIERN ENTERPRISE! turing. Ho has a new process of RIFLEING, Notice. Diarrhoea, and that the use of one

,-. which far surpasses the usual method. Those Directions for using Poinsett's Indian Loxe.V preparation called Indian Loxecnst .
1 r: ENCOURAGE HOME TALENT AND INDUSTRY! wishing can have them made to order. AU BL Whit Smith & 'ST. O'Brien cured her and I '
machinery tust will be found on the inside of the wrapper V wonld take this method
andgunsmithing entrusted to his care will each bottle. Where there is fever attending commending as"a valuable
The Illustrated Family Friend, receive prompt attention. He hopes by close ATTORNEYS AT L'AW, on very Medic

A new and elegant paper, published at Comm business to merit a share of public pat application ALLIGATOR, COLUMBIA COUNTT,'EAST FLORIDAM. the disease, a purgatUe should in every V Yours truly, JOHN BRAN :
I bia, South Carolina, and ronage.Jacksonville. case be used before the Loxecust. Should
Whit Smith, Office at Alligator. there be tendency to in amation moderately Sr. NICHOLAS, FLi., July 31, ]S
EDITED BY S. A. GODMAN, December 6, 1851. tf a purge V Dear Sir: This is to certify that
solicits examination and challenges comparison M. O'Brien, Office Newnansrilte. and give the Loxecust smaller doses of Medicine two .
with Northern paPer. 8. N. than the dose. your INDIAN LOXEC
i any May 31, 1851. tf average
It is a large sheet, magnificently printed permanensly two of our '
r paper, contains Original Tales, Sketches uponsplendid COMMISSION MERCHANT, a severe Diarrhoea.: I take pleasure in
News. Poetry, Agricultural Articles McQueen Mcintosh, A FEW MORE OF THE MANY CERTIFI. mending <:valuable Medicine-as
, I 1 and whateverelse JACKSONVILLE, FLA., your: .
, t that will interest an intelligent community on hand and for sale ATT01NEYATL' W, CATES. without_ doubt_ one of the best and safest
a : 7C
general u
besides, four elegant engravings each week. EEEPS From JlfV. J. Lctr171"1Jacksonyillo 1t
Terms, $2 per annum address : assortment of WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the dies for this disease that I have: beard or-I ; 1f
t ;
I NOT. 12, IS51.
S A GODIAN. & J J LYONS GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, rn Circuit: the United States Yours truly
J Mr. E.Poinsett Dear Sir: take pleasure in expressing -
I Columbia, South OF THE BEST SELECTIONS ]District Court at St. Augustine the W.O.)
Carolina. Supreme
I. : you my approbation of your Indian
; and will sell them lower for cash than they can be Court at Tallahassee ; and prosecute Claims for Loxicust as family medicine. I have used it with To E. Poinsett, Esq.

1i Notice. bought elsewhere in the South. ,' citizens in any part of Florida against the Government good success. Yours, respectfully Jacksonville, Dec 4th, ] Ia

i t I STEAM SAW-MILL FOR Country produce taken in exchange, at liberal at Washington, either before Congressor I. S\\ ART. DyE Poinsett Dear Sir: Three parts of a I'i: 1t

SALE. STORE of Union:prices.and at the Departments. From Rev. John C. Isy. of your most valuable medicine called Indian
corner Forsyth streets formerly
t rpHE SUBSCRIBER 0 ffers for sale, on reaJ. owned and occupied by Mr. Jas Armstrong. f j.- ADDRESS, Jacksonville,East Florida. "IJ1lfillt".J.'Vov. 17, 185]. cust Diarrhoea.baa entirely I relieved rue o! a severe
: sonable STEAM W-MILL Jacksonville Oct. 25,1351. Mr. Poinsett-Thia will inform that for cheerfully recommend jour !
.f ly May 11, .18:50: tf you several to those similarly aQicted. tf
.. ; AND MACHINERY, at Garey's Ferry, Du- years I have' suffered much at different times With
' yal from Chronic Diarrh I have tried Indian respect yours
county, Florida. The a.
is your
20 horse Oscar T1IAD
I' ; power, 10 inch cylender feet stroke and Wm. SL Lawton & Co., Hart, Loxecust and received an entire relief, and haveno C
I I t.I
) boilers, 24 feet FACTORS COMMISSION ATTORNEY AT LAW reason to doubt its being permanent. Believing -
long 36 in. diameter AND MERCHANTS ,
all in
; it to be which I
: : a duty owe to the afflicted, I present NEW
t. It complete has also order, and ready for immediate use. No. 13 Southern Wharf: ; Charleston, S. C. (Office in the Court House, up stairs,) you this certificate, which you can use as you STOKE.I )

. '. &1 and a corn mill attached. The Engine WM. M.LA.WTo, WM. M. TAYLOR WILL practice in the several Counties of think proper. I will also say, that in conversingwith New Goods it Low Prices.rpIIK '
Machinery will be so Id separate, desired. Eastern Circuit of Florida and many who have used your medicine, I have :
: For ,
. I terms apply to not found who did SUBSCRIBES would
B me at Palatka, or to my tend to the collection of claims the U. one V not receivoreliefJOHN
k against
Sept 0,1851. 6 JL
agent, Jas. B. Cole. States C.LEY, form the citizens of Jacksonville
"f Military Services,and for Horses lost
1 t A. H. COLE. Pastor Methodist Church,Jacksonville. surrounding country that he has just j:
( ,
or other lost
f"j Palatka Fla.,May 10 1851.: Boston & Gunby, property destroyed by troops in tlld:
tf said service MANDARIN, FLA, Oct. 1, IS51. DIRECT FROM NEW YORK
COTTON FACTORS AND GENERAL Also,claims for Pensions disabled Soldiers Dear Sir-Some timo since I was on a visit near 4T,
. ; To Post Masters-Post Office COMMISSION MERCHANTS, or the Widows and Orphans of deceasedboldiers, your place, and was suddenly taken very r'ck.- perschoonerTenerifi'e, a choice !
j Your Indian Loxecnst was recommended. The
'': Stamps. CORNER BAT AND JEFFERSON' STREETS, Also, claims for Bounty Land to officers and friend that I: was visiting happened to have a bottle Dry Goods, Groceries,

e c THE undersigned, Postmaster at Pleasant Grove, SAVANNAH, GA. soldiers, and the Widows and Orphans of deed ont in the house and I used it, and take pleasure Ware Crockery &c. &c.
: : : Co.. Maryland, was the first person JOHN BOSTON. | JOHN U. GU BY. officers and soldiers. in informing yon that it cured me. I am averse to ,
the U. S. who conceived and undertook exten Nov. 1. 1851. 6m Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, having my name in print, but still, for the benefitof which be offers for rale at the lowest pri !;

sively flees with to publish cheap, the idea All of supplying all post of- to examining Titles! and Records,and assertain- those that may bo afflicted, you can publish this FOR CASH OR CODNTI.Y ,
stamps. stamps made him if think it
f by lug claims to Lands. you necessary.
Goddin & Webb !:
are warranted equal or snpeJior to other that at the store J
any All business Yours with respect, formerly occupied by Mr. E.;
to him
can be procured.at tho samo price, and- whenever CONTRACTORS AND, BUILDERS will meet with SUSANNAII HARTLEY. irrisou, D.iy street. Particular attention & '
JI';; i2 anIa1'ose1t! out in any wayd orat.ifae.- JACKSONVILLE. FLA. prompt. .attention;. and all,instruments of wri Dr. E.Poinsett Jacksonville, Fla. called to his large and elegant assortment I'V
? : tory, duplicates shall be forwarded, on notice, with ting will DO executed by him with neatness and
,I out charge. All who order a set of straps, WITH WOULD respectfully inform their fellow-citi despatch. GR.\TELLynlLL, Oct. 20,1851. Ladies' Bonnets..

,) t,, CHANGE FOR. DATES at Two Dollars only-for( of Jacksonville and the surrounding V JacsksonvilleJan., 1851. tf Dear Sir-Your Indian Loxecnst is a GOOD medi of the latest and moat ,.and
{ approved stIle
thirty pieccs-shall be kept in stamps adlibitum. country, that they are prepared to execute work cine. Some time since I purchased a bottle from
.. Address "Post Master: Pleasant Grove, Allega- in all the various branches of their profession with A.M.Reed, Esq.. your agent and gavo it to one of isb. Also, to his beautiful stock of.

. ny Co. Md." neatness and despatch, and are determined,through Philip'! Fraser; my negroes that bad suffered very much from a severe GENTLEMEN'S HATS, READY-M ,

; Any editor publishing tho above,(and this notice) experience and business habits,not to be surpassed ATTORNEY& CO UNSELLORATLA W attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon CLOTHING. BOOTS, SHOES fr.; I
1. 3 times, and sending a copy of paper, shall receive by any establishment in the country.: % afterwards I had another negro attacked with the Call : ,
pay in WOOD LETTERS, whenever twice the amount SASH, BLINDS, AND DOORS, FLA., same disease. I purchased another bottle, and it examine before purchasing

of tho Bill is ordered;-or, if preferred, a wood en. as well as the more enlarged branches of building WILL attend to any professional business cured him also. where. D. M'CUEN &

graving will be furnished, to order or, an engraved will meet their strict attention. Terms. accommodating to him in the Courts of the I do not hesitate a moment in recommending Jacksonville! )' 3, 1S51. ly .

newspaper head, and design, of tho value of Five as possible, and all orders will be punctu- Eastern and,the Supreme Courts at your Indian Loxecnst to the public as being the -
Dollars. June Circuiilt most certain remedy for Dysentery that I have
14, 1851. ally attended to. A share of the public patronage e has also such ever
is respectfully solicited. Nov. 1. an advanta used, or.hoard of If yon see proper, you can pub. PJBNSlOtf ANDVBO1JIWY L.
Notice -ly geous connection an able Lawyer at Wash lish this. Yours truly.
fat the
V effieers ami soldiers
ington City as will ensure a OBTAINED
prompt and MILES PRICE.
SIX MONTHS after date, we the under. American andl'oreign Agency, dy collection of such claims as may be placed spee. Dr. E. Poinsett, Jacksonville. ti"... war or_ their legal represei
signed Administrators
on the Estate
of CITY OF WASHINGTON in his hands against the United
licajoh Deen, late of Oolumbia de. States.- I JACKSONVILLE,FLA., Sept. 25, 18.51. Pensions (or life,fur widow of such officers a
ceased will our accounts and county, TT U N D E R the direction AARON HAIGHT Sept.8th,1849 ly DR. E. POINSETT-Sir: This is to certify, that I soldiers whomarrired previous If 00.
vouchers PALMER of New York. have been
to the honorable I and WORTHINGTON permanently cured of a severe Diarrhoea
J Judge of Probate for said GARRETSON SNETUEN of New Orleans, Wm. BI. Tunno by the use of your most valuable medicine called V

f county,to be discharged from the further ad. Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme Court of r : FACTOR Indian Loxecnst, after suffering for more than 12 1 OU Y LA0.:
ministration of said COMMISSION MERCHANT
i Estate ; for which all per.V the United States. months with that distressing disease. take pleas- eldi

>f persons-heirs- legatees' persons interestedare i This establishment. is formed, for the following north' Commercial Wharf, ure in recommending your most valuable medicine For the surviving, Or the widows, or

If f hereby requested to take notice. objects: Feb. 14.:-iy Charleston, iSL C. to all similarly afflicted.. children deceased officers aid privates: :
BHODA COBINTIIWM. I 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of V I remain your truly, who V .
U. ROUSSEAU the United States, conducting professional business Harmonic, Institute V A.J. JOHNSTON. served in the :
\ Administrators., before Congress. Formerly Jacksonville, N. C. War of 2812, with Great Britain
f 2. For the prosecution and of all claims Corner of St. Jnllra Street and Market Sqnnrt,
Little River Aug. 1 C. S5t. recovery ,V llexicanVar in '
6m in law or equity, against the United States before SAVANNAH, GA. JACKSONVILLE, May 6th, 1851.: ; or any of the Indian

Congress or the Executive Departments, or against F:; ZOGBAUM CO., Importers and Dealers This is to certify it is with much pleasure War, since 1790.V "

Administration Notice. foreign ,Governments before Boards. of Commas. in Music and MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, of that I announce to the Public'that have been Terms moderate where the claim! Isestablishotherwise

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That four sloners. every description, wholesale and retail. effectually cured of the distressing complaint no charge. .
from date, I will apply to the Hon. 3. For tho settlement of accounts with tho State, Complete Bands furnished, and Dealers supplied called Dysentery, by the high1recomlUf'nded The Subscriber also appointed Agentin- the Treasury War
Navy, Post Office,and Interior Department at New York prices. :
Judge of Probate of Nasu county, for leave and obtaining the remission remedy Gf Mr. E. Poinsett. I had resorted to Columbia for the .
: of fines, J. H.
l to sell the real estate lying in that county be. penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged violations of June 21. ly Agent, Jacksonville., many things, but of no avail; 'I,was induced to British Commercial Life J nsurnnc:
longing to the estate of William the try his palatable and I .
IficVman., de. revenue, post office, or other laws. very pleasant Medicine, -
ceased. HELEN H1CKMAN Adm'x 4. For securing letters patent for inventions from Bounty Land & General and to my great satisfaction was completely .i V Company, "'
Oct.- 9, 1351. uovl--4t' the United States or from foreign Governments, Agency.WASHINGTON ,- cured within a'few' days, and have not been Established in 1820,and euiKmered| bj act olPi :
I and procuring land ,warrants and pensions under D. C. troubled since with that so mo dreaded ment.for the insurance of Lire* and the endows : ,
the various dis. ofcbildren.in London,New York
pension laws of the United States. JOSEPH T. WALKER, Will gin ease. Washington

Administrator's Notice. 5. For collections generally, embracing debts, prompt and efficient attention' to the BOONT I am happy to say other immediate CAPITAL $3,000,000.V' 1
legacies, and inheritances cures have
in the
DATE and L
I will addressed :
SIX present foreign countries. CLAIMS officers and soldiers engaged in come, ,under.my own observation within to the .4Ij

, John-T.- account Droor, deceased as Administrator, to the of Honorable tho Estate the of t V 6.For the purchase and sale of lands i in any of r the late Florida War or either of the Indian day!.. I cheerfully add my mite totbe already a few Washington. D, C.,will receive prompt aMfuuon..' :
f. W in
of Probates the States or Territories of the Union art which the United States have been great amount 31. ,
Judge for the County of Dnval, and and loaning engaged testimony with regard to
I ask ifor a final settlement and allowance of tho moneys on mortgage of real estate lying therein. i or the War milk Great Britain of 1812, Valuable Medicine. I am, respectfully: &c your Attorney! alLow, ,and,Commissiover.of ... :
same, and also for a discharge from the administra. 7. For investment of funds in United States and I and to any description of business requiring ax 1 1M.HEARNj'Jr Deeds for North and South'Carotix*.
111 tion of said estate. State stocks and loans, collection of the dividends Agent or Attorney at Washington. To E. Poinsett ; P. S.-Refef.if riecesisary. ,to the Haudt of .
t : THOMAS LEDWITH, Adm'r. th reon, and, generally, for the transaction of all 1 'ring land warrants his charge willb&85in:procu I : menu and Members Congress gentrallv. .. ..

".,.r September 20, 1651._. 6mAdministration ,business pertaining_tO;. Law, Loan, and Banking' nther canes it will be ororjorfion tn..thn_ nature E..F- August 15th, 1851, _.Washington_ CiiytNcveraber.,left; .to*\
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-- DearSirr
Aeener.All and difficulty of the This will\ form that' .
case. one
j Notice. .Messrs.: : Palmer communications 8t Snethen, addressed American,post and Foreign paid, to I He will also act in connection with Agents or bottle of..'your 'Medicine. called" ICIDUJX,LOXE- Circuit "of ,i1oncIa. : erw'

L ALT.,'PERSSOX3 interested are hereby,notifl Agency, City of Washington will_receive prompt Attorneys in Florida who may be employed CUST, has: permanently cured two of my negroes CIRCUIT COURT, f;;f D UF4J.2 C UNff '
six months from tho date hereof and faithful. attention. land and other V of a severe attack ofDst> :
; I shall Bounty. claim,on, terms which ntery. I con- In Chancrrr__nui "* A1
present iny account of iny administration PALMER sider it an excellent .f complain*.
Ar of tho es- SNETHEN, maybe Agreed upon. Letters which Medicine for this! 11
tate of Henry Hartley; deceased, to the :Office No. 5 'Carroll ,should plaint and com V ank : ]
Place take
Judge Probate of Itoval Capitol Hill. be postpaidVwill) receive immediate I atten great pleasure in recommend. V.& thai
and Sept.6 1851. ,
county ,
ask far a V tf ing it to the .
: pabho. Samuel
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I1L: final actUcmcut with the same, and discharge from tion. AugJ71850.,... tf, V Respectfully yours, Tamer d3ineB.Turne1h1slf Ti
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my administration' thereof! V Bean Bear !!, Bears -.Jc.o_ FERNANDEZ.. IT appearrn t the 4
.To fctWof
.: SUSANNAH HARTLEY Charles DeWaal MrB.Polnsett.V_ < the.# ,rCH lU
Adm'x. -
August, 1851. V'I 'WILL purchase all:the BEARS'OIL and V VThor.iasflgla,: ,' tERStoVV

em GREASE that the Citizens of Florida,wHl AUCTIONEER, VV V JACKSOHTIU.B, May.21,1831. p Dctcncan'A, ( reside out of safd Stat,, option,:Jd 1 "

-; -I--: IMp'to recta Savannah. will for the JACKSONVILLE Dear Sir: ,I consider it to boa matter of da.V It oorer:; Eaq SoHotor for Complainant *1# tJJ
pay Oil E. iordered
Notice. ty to inform That, .*
that Publication
Ont Dollar Gallon the Grease- you have been cf the filing
r I MONTHS after Fifty Cents a n-S ALES: in*ay part of the County (* violent'"V laboring uner 'SBIll! Compl t be made in nenpaprDtediD inIJ
I SIX date, I will present to 'Pound;the articles must be'Ftrrt r- attended avery ; attack of Dlarrhcewhjth ,tome
or said
tj h lfIJst to and respectully,solicited., baffled the Cire1li&-to.r the time **
Honorable Judge of Probate for Co positively,reject them .I .. skill of twoPbyslciansiand the statute preseribrf i
am fasudx
li a good rerdered
judgoof Jacksonville V cases made "
lumbia'county, 'soy Aceounta and them.' Th May q,J 848 me unable to do ;vork. L and provided. .
Touchers as V V 1 most be ltheirnaturaZsg.V V any ,:BU lrortQhata111 Jftsfiirthtrordtred'nu&. aid..Defendantl U
- Administrator on the Estate of Samuel Iflnson. .W.HUMPHEYS V V when adout to give up all hone of e'er. obi ud the).are Wby required ._.. 1'0
latft'Cf said ] ,V, Sthneon&C 'S ning relief I >> said Bill sppersndsoS thto
i' county deceased ; for which all I WnoLtSALE DRUGGIST' i heard: 10urJNDQ.NLOXE.. Complaint,

persons concerned are hereby requested to NOT.. 6, 18:>0. 'ly- .: 'Savannah Geo, N. ew-.York, 'New-Orleans &.'Mo OUST, and the use ofJ five Bottles has entirely .date of this ,-,wItbinourxiontbafromb or samesbaU1! d '
I take notice,as shall ask to be discharged from V : restored me to health'I take much as' confessed against th01 1. jL_ vi: ->** C()
the further administration of said estate. V Wanted to 'Hire, bile Express,'':. V to recommend; your Medic1ntoal. thoSe pleasure Witness, the Hm.Tho ..IcugTasvJudgevle."tState :'

i' WM.H.! : ROUSSEAU, AdmV V BY the month )'yean:.8 ;-10: able bodied BY 'EVEBYSTEAMSHIP. may be limilArJa1llicted. 'Yours &oi. 'who. of Ffori/a Co:' tob
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Llttj.! BU.r;:AQS. to/1831. em hands'whlte or colored. For V I ; ty ofiDuval i $ .
such good..wa. ; .OFFICES::: V BENJ4&MINDA'yIfl. : I hereby th !.
will b. ? T ; eetWi iJ eabOY:
ges given ndpromptpayjnu.V No. 19 Wall: -l ;' tc -V I 'Pll18eU, Esq Correct onlrf}," =
SireeV-lVew or
: : an
,For,Sale, t ALSO,, :YorlcV nd I ;BJ l ,20th. Noyemr,1b.; fOD-fi1e.. in m 'J
* : St.Charles.Hotel fc p, t.John's ;v N.u.sui1.slcrk Z
I SALE, on BuildingN.Orleana' Beach ) .
RESIDENCE of the' accommodating terms,- Brick '- -- -- .
THE nbfcritxr. pear, the Yard with its fixtures a Mobile; ': 'VVV VV ;.\"gu' 17t 1 N '" Circuit.urDuv:. 'c $ 'f' .
Agent 3I.- 1. r:22.:
a '
number .
Church. of BOULLEMETJS : ;
. I' Persons wishing bar eligible boild- Dear"SIr: .: :VT: 4tq- -
a lots pl. :
ing one .ditto Jqfo'DJ \
gain are invited to examine the premises.:' Titles ImproTed Garden Farm-and : ,Every attfltOC2d:tf: thE 'tolfctiQ './. ,0frnyhlIdyen yqthat ibre.: : \: VV ;
timbered !
:rood and possession given lots, of any site from 5 to 40 acres all in e! A l1.ly ill with' C1'fr.
...... 'II- Immediately ; immediate ; Drafts.No1u14.e.V v ":, ', V Dsenfer1.9r.D/U1p! thi :the cilmi iiC
'V vIcIn1tyOfJcksonvlUeApplyto ; for
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I I V Jacksonville, Nov.22,.1851., -.tt";"" Jacksonville V V : :' "Jos.-' .BAiit. .11y.-r.rOBPBINTmrG, r"-i: :.( ..almosteieryth1vat. I g.eneran'y.uac -: &JTerfte; ; V 41:

.. .... .: ,Deo! 13_.,..1831.' ttr ', EXECUTED ''d1'JitEHIStOPPICE or.1iJ. !f t>!.aJ, 'W..q oeffe, t-, 'HIS Ini rUI&1 'aTtfi Ut'i H;
I sale V
\f il )O '" :'f"':' ,, .. I vl !)--;- .. T ',! .;. "W"CIit..c. 1 I at) ,t.: m.b19 rnC9 e.cJ JIlO to tl71oar:MedIcfne..t.rttD4'' LJ; n' C rriJrit Jd'lttU1.J"'wr .d.i!

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